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Best ad-
iiii'iliiiin.
i    JUN 301905     £
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Lard
eau
The representative
of the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address lor $2
per an. in advance,
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C., JUNE 23, 1905.
No...:..
otenayMail"
its Below
the Belt
BLISHING A VERY ILL*
[SED ARTIOLEON THE
hUBON MINKS LIMITED
HOOT CONFIRMATION.
rs
I-
OF     TIIK      I'KOl'KKTIKS    IS
HBRK dlVEN      DEVELOP
MEM WORK   HKlil'N.
MILL   IS   A   SUCCESS
JJtlt •• Mail "   \l |-.".':intly ('"lues (Hit
Willi Misleading Information.
We regret  the  necessity which
cnus* us   to call to account the
"KOOI' ■   ■'■    Mail "    "f    Uevelstoke,
In its "t   l"'1' iii*-'. ii uives a
proloi: "1 article on the shut-down
of tlie t'lileiiilisiiig plan! al 6-Mile
and He Silv. 1 1 up mine. We do
not think io!- m.e iii'inient thai the
article in .|ii.-tion was published
with malicious intent >r to do the
COHlpni'V .111 injury,  but We ilo say
most emphatically thai a newspaper which pub'ishee such state.
ment- ■••- m.i.L '" 'I"' article re-
il to without being sure of their
and tl"' absolute correctness
Statements in not fulfilling
pission ami should not look for
orl frmn thi* people who com-
Jr the population ol West Root*
Jr. whicli is largely a mineral-
lacing district.
, Kootenav Mnil i* edited by
ining Engineer, and its state*
iits are given credence to largely
lause of the technical knowledge
iilitor is snii|»)scil to have ol
Hbiiin_ operations, but when it
Hieeinls to publish without I'ontir-
Ktion the views and statements
of tu.v sorehead, its reputation ns :t
Hiuble join mil will verv soon be
Htlnngof ilu* past. Thestateinenl
Hi.ib as to the shut-down ol tho
Kll i- correct, but when it goes on
H)il -ays 'bat it   appears that it is
Ri a temporary one, as the tele*
A.me   lines   wire   taken   down, it
Hates something Unit bus absolute-
B in. foundation, as the Rkvikw
Hn il the same line on the 20th Inst
III"  Mail   then   gOM  on to say
Hit the ' stensible reason  is that
Hi   reserves of   milling  on*   had
H-n exhausted, but that it fears
4b   true reason is the company
Tim.I its.If unable, with the plant
■tailed, lo ninke n profit on the
\i- they handled in the mill.
Without . oing to the trouble t<>
rid  .mi whether  the  ostensible
Hi-mi i- correct or not, they arro*
late unto themselves the right to
Mvo «but   they  call   the  " true
1  1 ..11"   t)f course the m.e. editor
.1 the Mail, sitting In bis office nt
llcvelstoke, might   bo  an adept at
mowing more about other people's
busintse than   they  know them*
L'lves, ami ibink it  business to
jmblisli his :-ii gathered knowledge
in tho detriment ol the country In
■vhii ii l.e does business, but we call
P<  pure anil unadulterated egotism.
Tho Rkvikw scribe paid a visit
01 tho company's offices al Five*
I Mile .luting  the   week,  ami found
foul from the propt r source, nol the
ostensible, but the true cause oi thc
siuit-iloun.    By virtue oi thedes*
triutioli by 11 snowslide of lliecnin-
pressor plant, the development ol
the   lower  workings  through   the
long "Snnshlne" tunnel was not
carried oul as originally planned.
The ore reserves in the upper workings, being practically exhausted,
ibe miiv thing that could be done
wti i" close the mill until the de
velopment work Iiml been caught
Up with. The opportunity will
also be taken to make several alterations in the mechanism at the
mill.
At the Sunshine the compressor
plant is now in operation, anil the
development oi the lower workings
being proceeded with as fust ns
men ami money can do it.
We have also on authority  that
cannot be disputed that tho mill
bus since its Installation been
treating the ore ol the Nettie Land
Silver Cup mines successfully and
at a good profit.     Anil further we
learn that a much lower grade oi
ore ran be treated at a profit than
that which has been handled up to
this time*. THE MILL IS A
SUCCESS, as the Kootenay Mail
could have found out hail they
wished,
Undoubtedly it is a hardship to
have the mill closed down and its
large force ol men thrown out of
employment, but where are the
mills in any country, mining or
manufacturing, winch do not have
to do tho same thing, The people
of the Lardeau are not cast down
over the matter, neither do they
think that the bottom has dropped
out; but they do know that we
have a mining district second to
none in the Province, and that the
Ferguson Mines Limited have in
the Silver Cup ami Nettie L. two
of the best mines in B ('.. and they
know how to work tbein to the best
advantage.
MINING   RECORDS.
The following are the records entered at the Government offices for
the past week :
Locations.
JuOe 18.    Flying  Fox,  Poplar.
('. Newcomen.
1.1. Belmont, Humphrey creek.
N. K. Lay.
'20. A.K. Fraction, north side of
Lardeau  creek,  ti-7 Mile.    Walter
Phelan.
1!). Thistle. Rapid creek. Richard Roberts
ASSI.SSMKXTS.
.June 15.    Ethel.     C.  D. Stan-
WimmI.
15. /.oolite. Byrondale, Morning,
Evening.   A. R. Heyland.
15. Imperial.   N K. Lay.
16. Charlottenberg, Jumper, P.
Landrian.
15. Copper King, Elisabeth,
Pave, Hunker Hill, Ironsides fraction, Elisabeth lona, Clinker. E.
Baillie.
17. Raven.    A. 3  Cordon, 2 vrs.
1". Vancouver, VV. IL Shannon,
2 years.
17.  Huron.    David Morgan.
17. Slute.   James Snell.
17, Silver Dollar fraction. M.
Nelson.
19. Hidden Treasurer. A. Bigger.
19. Norway,  Stella, Suliiheltna.
dust Johnson.
18, Tellurite, Majestic, Golden
/one.   .1. E. Brigham.
16. Golden Cross. Rich. Roberts
•in.   Gold   Osone No. 8,   Occidental, I. 6. l'iper.
19, (iohl Bug.   lly. Magnuson.
21. Cedai Hill.    D. Mclnnes.
TllANSKKHS.
June 16. E. Baillie to J. 8. C.
Proser, l .'12 In Cromwell and Annex.	
Thiamii.k Cau..—Hereafter on
Sunday mornings a triangle which
has been recently suspended near
the Methodisl Church will be rung
nt 9, 9.46 and 10 a.m. for Sunday
school, and nt 10.48 and 11 a.m.
for Morning Worship. For evening Bervlce ai 7.15 and 7.80 p.m.
Want.ii. - A Strawberry Picker.
About a month- work.    Apply, J.
Pullman, P.O. Troul Lake.
Poplar is Busy.    Mining News.
P1VE-STAMP MILL TO CO UP
-ASSESSMENTS BEING RERECORDED-SEVERAL NEW
STRIKES MADE.
A number of properties nre being
developed in p small way by the
owners, 'lhe parties who have
bonded the Smi'li & Rogers property on Rapid creek intend to put
abou< twivve men to work at once.
The neus is confirmed that it is
their intention to put a 5-Stamp
mill on tbe- property and make a
thoro_.1i test of the ores.
On the Mother Lode a good force
is being employed in development*
Colonel Brayton bus six men on
the Hampton group
Alec McDonald and A. G. Johnson have mode n good strike of
clean galena on their property
across from the Mother Lode.
Magnuson, Lawson anil Strand
while doing assessment work on
their claims adjoining the Spyglass
on the south, opened up a big body
of ore which will easily give average values of $100 per ton.
Edi Morgan and M. L. Mover
are doing assessment work on the
Baillie and Masterson properties
on Rapid Creek.
We learn from another source
that the deal on the Marquis and
Gilbert property mentioned a short
time ago by the Review is about
consummated. The deal is a
straight cash transaction, and when
completed wiil have a good force oi
men working on the property.
William Schnrick. one of the
pioneers of Poplar paid a visit to
Trout Lake during the week renewing old acquaintances. Mr.
Schmock reports busim bs at Poplar
better than it bus been for some
time past past.
The record oi assessment work
done In a district is a good criterion as to the activity In inining.
During the past week there ha-
beeii recorded at the Trout Lake
govern ment office $.'5,4lHI worth of
work on 34 different claims. This
is a good indication ol the activity
prevailing and the intention among
be  turned   over  to  the   new coin-;
pany, who will   at once proceed to
DISTRICT   NEWS OF INTER-1t*ev8'°P *t and put in a stamp mill
EST TO  READERS WAT<jH".;far the treatmep^ol Uiooro-
INCTHKPROORKSSOFTIJK     Home men ,.hen they have taken
COUNTRY. too freely of the   bowl  behave as if
they were beasts. Their better instincts should prompt them to control their tongues when on the
streets, und more especially when
ladies and children are around.
Severe measures should be adopted
with the offenders, even though
they should be old-timers.
New Potatoes from well-matured
Oregon stock, 3c. per ll>.. at Fraser's
store.
Milton Haner returned this
morning to Revelstoke.
P. ('. Campbell has been appointed a justice of the peace for and in
the Province of B.C.
Laid to Rest.
FUNERAL OF GEO. B. BATHO
MAS ATTENDED BY LARGE
GATHERING OF RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS.
The remains ot the lpte Geoige
Brandon Batho were interred in
the Trout Lake cemetery on Monday morning last. The funeral
service was conducted by the Rev.
1). Wi Scott, pastor of the Methodist Church of Trout Lake, and was
largely attended by relatives and
friends of the deceased. The many
expressions of regret heard on all
sides were indicative ol the esteem
in which the late Mr. Batho was
held by people all over the Lardeau. The chief mourners were
Mrs. Batho and children and Mr.
and Mrs. A. Rankine. The floral
offerings were numerous, wreaths.
crosses, etc . completely covering
the casket. The pall-bearers were
A. J. Laughton. E. G. Hodow, R.
llargreaves, Cass Edwards, B. U.
Smith and Clifford Edwards. J.
0. Piper, conductor.
The Nicola Herald, a smart iittlc
four-page weekly, has made its
appearance at Nicola Lake, B.G.
The publisher's name does not appear, but We will take long chances
that E. G. Woodward has a band
in it. We wish the Nicola Herald
a long and prosperous life.
The engagement is announced of
Miss Louie Tinning, daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tinning.
Rcpina, to Mr. J-Allen Wetmore,
manager Imperial Hank of Canada,
Broadview, son ol M'r. Justice Wet*
more, Moosomin, N.W.T.
Services on Sunday morning at
the Methodist church conducted by
the pastor. Subject: " God's Requirements," Micali ti. 8*8.
Don't forget the  Concert on the
1st of July.    Recent concerts went  the C.P.R
to show tiiat wc  have  some excellent  local   talent,   and   the programme submitted for the  1st of
We
the claim owners to mien up their
claims. The fact of only lour
claims being recorded while 34 assessments were done proves conclusively that the pernicious system of re-staking does not prevail
in this district.
A leaue and bond was given
Wednesday of this week on the
I.X.L. group on Silver Cup mountain to Fred Mills, Alec McLean,
Bert Fowler and E. R. Vipond.
The lease runs  to September 30th,
1906.     The bond calls for $20,000 July   is  something  special
in-pirvmentB covering  12 months, expect to see a lull house
There   is  close  to  a car of ore in |    Tlie Quadrille  Club held a very
sight which the lessees-will getout,' 8l,ccessf itl {\iUKi, •„ ,|... Oddfellow*
alter which they will go in for sys- hali 01l Wednesday evening lust.
tematic  development    The   pro-'
,   .    #.,     ,.   _, Rous.-On Saturday, June lith, at
perty is  owned   bv Charlie Olson,.     ,„     .,   , •       ...     . _■
1     • '|     1 rout Lake,   to the wile of New
Oscar Jaeobson and otto Olson.
A representative of the Review
paid the Big Tunnel cf the Reward  .
Kas.os    representative    business
men  paid   the district  a visit on
. Thursday,
and while the   management do not 1
expect  to strike  any  big body of;    (;.   \\\  (.'arothcrs  has returned
me   for some  time  to come,  the from  the  coast,   where he was at-
ground  through   which   they   are tending   the   Grand   Lodge  of thc
going gives overy indication ol the I.O.O.F.    Mr. Carothers says the
_c*e proximity oi an ore body. people of Lady-smith, where   the
The Triune is   sending ore down assembly met. treated them royally.
daily.     They  will soon have their
first ear   load   of the season at the
docks ready for sh pincnt.
Ferguson Briefs.
Alqx Dodds, superintendent of
mining operations at the Triune,
was down on Tuesday from the
mine. Mr. Dodds re'iorts everything in first-class Shape,
Robbie Kirkpatriok, graduated
with honors and was one of the
first five at the Columbian College,
New Westminster. He returns
after the vacation.
Guy Hamilton came iu tr. in
Calgary on Monday night.
A crew of men are at work on
Ihe Oregon group on Silver Cup
mountain under the superintendence of Jos. Brady.
Ami Hillman went out tbis morning for 11 trip to Calgary.
R. II. Battey, jun. and wife have
gone to reside at Calgary. Mr.
Battey has accepted  a position on
to   til
man Taylor, a daughter.
Arthur    Goodenough,
one   of
Company o visit during the week.
The workings arc in about 90 feel
We   extend   congratulation-   to
Newman Tavlor on the arrival of
a 1
lau.
liter.
The owners of  the Copper Chief
an* working steadily  and  gutting
out a nice shipment of  high-grade
goods lor the smelter.
The lessees of the Willow Grouse
... ,.      the luand Lodge. A.F. A AM.
sent a test shipment to the smelter
this Week.
Hugh McPberson left Wednesday morning for Vancouver. While
there he will represent Tuscan
Lodge  at   the  annual   meeting of
Work on the long  tunnel of the  ,mper,a| Bank of Canada.
Mohican   was   resumed this week.
It is estimated that 200 feet "ill
have to be driven to tap the lead
exposed in the upper workings.
I'ete Culkeen will have charge of
the work.
Tony Lindgren came in Monday
night from the Linson View, where
he has a crew of four men working.
A shipment will be made at on
early date.
Jink Rady and Jack Stauber
arc doing assessment work on the
Good Luck, Black Jack and Jack
Pot on Healey creek. The lead is
eight feet wide ami i-' traceable
across two claims The assay values obtain'd mn from 181 to 186
'11 gold. The property ieowned by
the two Jacks mentioned and Andrew Abrahamson. The boy- intend to do some good development
Being one of the heaviest (????)
depositors iii the local branch of
The Imperial Hank of Canada, we
have been favored with ooopyof
their 30th annual balance sheet.
We feel proud to have an interest
(debit balance of Oil.06)   in   one of
Canada's most   sin s.-ful financial
institutions, and while we are nol
entitled to participate in its semiannual profits, it is gratifying to
us   to   kirn*   that   we   contribute
through 13.00 per annum drafts on
our subscribers a portion of the
1800,00000 paid ..ut annually to
the lucky shareholders.   A perusal
of the liguns slum ing the assets "I
Sum Sutherland went out on
Monday on a business trip to Vancouver.
Jim Livingston is now continuing development work on tho
Rambler.
Ed. Ward has been laid up with
sickness for the past week.
Andy Daney came back from
the coast on Sunday and brought
back a big string of fine healthy
looking cayeuses with him.
Miss Kate Edwards is now in
charge of the pnst-oftiee.
Sunday night service in the
Eagle hall will lie conducted by
the Rev. D. W. Scott, the new
pastor.
Mrs Batho ami family are remaining in town for a few more
days.
Mr. Morton, of the Reward Co..
will leave in a few days with the
intention of bringing back a compressor plant
A. J. Gordon went west on Wednesday morning for a trip.
Mr. G. Alexander returned on
Wednesday from n trip to Nelson
and oilier points.
Wedding  Bells.
It is with pleasure we chronicle
the approaching marriage of Mr.
Robert G. Hargreaves and Miss R.
G. Mackenzie, both of Ferguson.
Thc happy event will take place at
the residence of Dr. W. E. New-
combe on Monday morning, the
Kev. Mr. Scott of Trout Lake officiating. Tlie happy couple will
leave Immediately after the ceremony for Vancouver and other
coast points, where the honeymoon
w ill Ik' spent.
Mr  Hargreaves came originally
work this summer.
J. O. l'iper has  done his assess-  [*■«< ■"'ght _ ■'•'   entertained of  our
incut work on Rapid Creek.    As a
result   of his  work he shows up a
couple of nice stringers of ore.
JT.   LaUthera   has done  bis 08*
sessment   work  on   the    Copper
Mountain group on North Forth.
Al indicative of the values, an assay of S. Shannon H.A. gave in thc
schist llj per cent copper. Mr.
Lumbers expects parties in next
week with n view of taking a winking bond on the property.
It is reported that W.  B, Pool
has limited a company in Spokane
with a capital ol $150,000 to operate the Lucky Jack and Swede
groups. From what we can learn,
tins prsperty which now belongs
tn the Great  Northejn   Mines .vill
the institution aggregrating over from Bolton, Lanes., Kng., a little
$38,0JO,0OO.O0 with a rest account over tWO years ago, and started
ol 18,000,00000 and a balance car* working for the Silver Cup Co. at
rii.lto profit and loss account oi the mine in the humble capacity
$176,516.05 sets at rest anv fears of mucker. His start up the ladder of success  was  preceded   by a
balance being a bad debt. Its dropdown a shaft of 121 feet, from
■Rebranches, one in Montreal, one j which he miraculously escaped
in Trout Lake, the balance through with his life. Hut "Hob" was.
Ontario, Manitoba. Territories and meant for a belter position, and
British Columbia, tho Imperial, rung by rung he pushed his way
bank covers a territory rich in up until at the present time he
minerals, timber, fisheries, fruit, occupies the responsible *>osition ol
agriculture and manufacturing, accountant and assistant Mc/ptary
The net profit for the year end*I to the Great Western and Silver
ing .'list May, 1905, is-ahown to be Cup companies.
$510,961.22 (the last   two figures'    Miss Mackenxie camj. from Van-
undoubtedly was the Trout LakeI couver, and is a graduate nurse of
balance).    The local branch is un- the   Nel.-on   hospital.     The young
der the management ol Mr. T. B lady has been associated with the
Baker,   who  although   but a short F.'igUM'ii hospital for over a   year,
time in   charge has shown himself and  in   tint   capacity has become
a capable   and  energetic manager, 1 xuccdin  ly popular.
always  willing to foster any pro* The   Rkvikw   extends    to   the
jeet   of merit  which will advance happy couple it.   best wishes for ti
the Interests ol the district. happy und pi   •       - life ■
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"THE LARJL>EAU M3NING
REVIEW.
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COMPANY.
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XH08. TAYLOR, A_»nt.
Revelstoke    and    Trout Laki:
dffg Ci
LIMITED
NOTICE,
I..!'.., Bluojav, Doubtful. 0 D. OH. and
.N \.'/,,, minora! claim, situate in th«
Trout Lake Mining Division ul Weal
Kootenaj' district,
Where  located :—Near Trout   Creek
about 3,1 _ wiles from Trout bake.
Take  Notice that  1,0.11. N. Wilkie.
noting us agent fo*'Jas, J. MovJlone,lre'
miner's eertilicotu No. IKSIM, Intend,
■*ixty dnyg from the ilate hereof
lo apply to thu Minini; Heeorder for a
i Vi urinate of Improvements, for the
,nii']iiwe of obtaining »~Ciown Grant of
lie above claim,
And further take notice that notion,
.imler section 37, mw<t be commenced
WRONG  CONCLUSIONS.
By  reason  ol Thomas' Taylor
M.P.P., going around and attending strictly to his own business.
viz.; Soliciting  life assurance,  the
opposition,   papers of  the country
are positive that a general election
v i I bo on in the near future, which
nt course will  result disastrously
for the McBride government.   A\
ilo   not   know,  nor do we care, Inii I
you may bet your last dollar thai
tho honorable Dick is not going to \
tho  country  because  he wants to;1
give  the Liberals an ppportunity
to get the majority, as their jour-,
nn is. would have us believe would j,
lie the i-urc result.
ROSSLAND
j before the issuance ol such Certilicote
£$    C  i °' Improvements.
Dated  this 30th dav of Mnrch, A.D,
1906. O. _. N. Wil.KlK.
KEPT AT ALL HOTELS'.
Fou Sale:—-Lots .'i.r/ and 36
olock -17, Trout Lake. Apply to
Mrs, J. il. German. 605 University
•t. Seattle. Wash.
•*?
—•  *m* — -
We like a good light, politically,
und when we  pet   licked we await
with pleasure the return of another
campaign, and are satisfied  to do
fO until the proper time conies.   At
lhe opening of tiio last leuislature
it   was /predicted   by  opposition
: lurnals that McBride would enjoy
but-a short period ut power. Nearly
every week   it   was  stated that I"'
was i!o lined   to il feat on the i ett |
Government measure to be intro
dr.ced   in   the house.
tt nd ing all these predictions the
:,.l of tlie session found him better entrenched  than e\-' r, and the
Opposition   forces   more   than ever
disorganized.   Now they want him
to be kind enough  to give up I is
two remaining years and call oi a
general election.   Jt dois not matter   to  t!i"tli   what   the cost to the
rate-layer   is, or for the disturbance in business thai i; caused by
Pairjter
Decorator
TROUT   LAKE
B. 0
3ERTIFI0ATE OK IMPROVEMENTS
SOTIOH".
" Humbler " mineral olalrn, situate iu
-.he Trout lake Mining Division ol
•Vest Kootenay district.
ui'cie located: On head of l.»ke
Cioek.
lake notice that I, ll. MePhetson,
ictingas agent Mr J. A. M; Alkins, Ires
miner's certificate No. B8MS0, Intend,
"ixtv ilnys from the uivte hereof, to
apply to" the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Crantof
Hie above claim.
Anil further take notire that actiuii.
uuler section 37, must be eommenced
efore tin- issuance olsui'ti Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated tliis 22nd day of Mny, .«..*>. 1905
20—6—06 H. McI'llEKSON.
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Watch-
M. "
JEWELLER,
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pairing,   etc.
Guaranteed.
All  worl.
All the Latest
agazines on
at "The
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Review.
ti
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i:;:i;;;;;»!te bm, MhkU.
Smokers* supplies in
great* variety.
mi   election.     Ho
iiisible ;   take
the defeat you got two yean ago
like men, and wait until the nropci
lim-.* comes two yeiys hence, ;tuen
if vni ore Buccesaful we will fuvait
in patience four .cars for mn
chance to turn rou down. Or, to
put il un n fair basis, get Sir
Wilfrid In re.-ii_n and give us another chance for the L'ominion
house One proposition i- as fair
as the oih.cr.
NOT /'MACHINE-MADE.",
WHAT'S thc difference between a " Kbchinc-aucV' shoe,
and a shoe made jwith macHines?
Just tbe difference there is between their products —
the average $3^0 shoe, and a "Slater Shoe-
Very little skill goes into " rruchinc-nude" shoes, thc
process being almost automatic, tbe result tnrelia'cfe as it is
cheap.
"The Slater Shoe" b practically "Custom-made," by
skilled workmen vrho vzss certain ingenious machines, as thc
beach-workman uses tools.
These complex tools work five tea
Keep your eye on the Lardeau
for its future development will si.i
prise you.
Boost for the I ardi an. for of a
certainty yon never bonked ...•: n
surer winner.
Stock companies in   mining nre
necessary.    The extensiveness of I
tin industry practi'-ally prohibits
Individual effort, ami the cpmhina*
tioa of small capital through stock
companies'allows of the develop-
n >nt of properties whichotherwi&i
tould  not he i,audit d.   Thaa in-
itions in  be effective ami t. !
make money for the slrari holders !
musl   be run on economic lim .
'J he money invested  should go to i
.eloptnent of the pr,.
i  i ty and nol be expended on ex- :
|H'neive officers nnd costly eastern j
. e-.    l romoti l -ti '1. it tin r   ;
any, sin ul I  no)  I e p act .1 on -
. ki'. iniii the i roj i rty i.i on i
- If      taining bi ilti,
; as fast as Awl, Wax-
thread, and Knife, but they do sure work nevertheless
Don't forget that they arc vzed merely cs tools, and thi t
the individuality of the workman is in no way affected.
He can pfit into each pair, the same "Custom-made"
style arad service that would cost double if he used regular bench tools instead of the Goodyear \7c!t machines.
These machines give to each v.'orkr_an five pairs
of arms, and his head can direct tlie five pal's as well
as one pair. ' _ i
Wc only permit him to use su;h of these tnacli-nc-
toc!s as do better than cti^tom-v/ork.
But a large part of " Thc Slater Shoe" is still
made and finished, by hand, though there arc machines
that would do that work far c'^tpcr tut less reiiai ly.
Ii is the skill, r.:id thc hand-wcrk in "The Slater
Shoes" that costs mosLnukesthem look b.:tter,and wear
longer tL_i "Machine-made" shoes of the same price.
The slate-frame trade-.
. /\A/./\/.>fl mark, stamped inside
*■■'{". '"■■.yVl - thc shoe lining, protects your interests, and tells t!',c
Makers' price,
$4.00 cr ^5.C0.
*,'*t :iv,i'-"   ■'   .   ■'
»-7
7
y
The
hi
Slany .noil • ro; ertli aro fi - lay
idle mid non-pri ductive bi cause ol
the unfairness of Ihe large bolderi
of promoter stick, wl o, in pufti
t:.i ir holdings on the market! at o ;
low figure, j ractically prohib.i tl,.
-. i treusury st ick for dev. lop*
.. ( ot   pui'j i SiB.      Wc. believe al i
..■ ll II   0..■ Ill   m   b''u-i  iinlictai'li '
in o for sli ei i to' Pfj offered t<
li.e    , I I.iiC    l.nh ^M     tli''     eoinpii!  \
■■/. iiucli sh '••    have an abso*
.. .  (itl_ ;.. to" (irtipi rty.
Ce... Yiuill will sell  by auction !
on   Mon dav  ii.oining m xt  al  R
o'l'.oi k    II    111*;.,-   ,o|   of  i.mis. I old
f intiitim- .'.11ij. . fleets  without  le*
.'I'Ve. j
i
^j\
0*
GOODYEAR
PROCESS
"_sf_ A
iifitistry.
'..; . ■":■ i oy i.ri'.w -
i-.ii     in N'eliAwi r.. ,(ii-.
i'. • ...r tnllr. H(nililH,l_t
1S» AbiTdcflk BVocft
r mn   I1m>   I jr.
.   ■    r*ly no  Brrt.
i !■*   -n iiiu.nl.   :   :   :
A. Milloy
I
'#m'-tMs*>&'&&2&J>F£:
NOW
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
is   tho   time   fir   juii io .fjj
!•• Bay Lit«.    Ni-\*.- were n
the Pro*ipecte nf Fcrgnsna &
so bright.
Tbe  Town   ..f FEE0D8OH
will  be one of   tin*   f-}ftfttMt
Ore Producing Camps in tbe
World. The high degree i .
Miccess achieved by the
numerous   WEALTHY    ami
PRACTICAL BRITISH and
A M E RIC A N MINI\ 11
COMPANIES now operating
there is a 'lihule to tbe
tremendous w iltb of the bills
L__________nj
'.   I.(.i:..l-   of    Mam,   r.ii.ui.
NEUIriOrM.       -        -       B   C.
Smith & j2o.
.5 Bleary Street, MONTREAL.
riKill-CLASS TAILORS.
"ILL be rfpreiicnteil in tin* bur
ili'ru   et   regular    Interval^
iv.r._!.<.ut the year.    Onlir*
for rlotl ii i.' will receive cIuhp utlenti'iii.
1      repieten_U*Hi will be iu TROUT
l,AK E ami I'Lklir.SO.N in a f«»w week..
'/"'•• h' v- a great reputa-
.:'■.*rl for Stylo and Fit.
\".-. vour Orders.
Lands and Works.
r.Af.CSI'.t.ATiON  OF RESERVE.
■'.'     Il|   in!.,   i-tipu Uml I hi* r"<irvn
Soje Local Agents
McKinnon & Sutherland, Ferguson
II. ii rs)  i 'i i im)  In  piirmuiiii-i' uf iln- | r..v|.
 ii ■ nil. >   ii ■: ".'''ii.tii itnii
■.. . •   ri i ..hit.
)•• fa*}
Iiy tisine Water supplied  by this
(£)  Company you;an   assured of nbso-
•X*   ln*e purity,    'iiivi.nini.- : An
W   to brick up i ■ :        ■
Huga MoPherson - - S«pt.
...I'I'. HI.V.  ",'*H.TII   HlllllVHV
■ . .in-.'.'..- \ iiii-ii wi re i ni.
.i   In tlie .'ir.r. .1 I-ill'iinliin on/, rn- nnd
ISM, .ci ..in Juno WPS, n">|..•
lively, nr.' i < -  ■ ■ u • .-ii.. I.
Crown .I'e.l   ■ liiiin tin- iir-.'.i < m
' I Lv tho •■.!.! n rvalinn ■» 111 I." nfie	
in t, |., rrtlleirtei't, i.-iio. Mill other illRpiimtlnii
imitei thi i in.i Inim of the " I.no.I Hit,"
Ull i   iii"i .:-... n'l.i Urn iltilenf Hie llr«l cull
llenin ! >|,-- i ml lea In ihe llrnl'li C'cnumiii*
Ontell   •  ;.:-... I.I, ,!, I.. .-..-•■ ■- •-!-.  Iiml In nil l'iir.'-«
ivli rn I  'i     nn p»iintel, nrt*t*n|it<*<*, taiMU ii*
ollirrWI ■■■   : i,-   l|,i    l,.n.nilhinl. nml
■   rienl      f. ■ i. i. I i-i i.  li,.. -iirvey nl
II.I.  Onliillililn   lili'l    I'...;. II.   Illil.v.'i'-.    Ililll-
niiiiy''i I.lm In.. I., ilo wliolli nr In |tirl within tech bloeki.linn iln ihrnoni m Hi-.i'iinnf
•uch  linirtp .iniii i.<'.|iiiie lbe.tr title* thereto
ir.mi (lie I In ll» ii y i .ii |i. ii v. wlm Iiiim ni'li-Pil
in il.nl  u'llli   i ifll]   purahoMI      ri' .ml.loin.
... o'lhr nmlDondltloni
nn tho '."i trnmeni would un.ei rn  provl-
."'one nft'ip ' -l.nriil ,..■!     exeetil  li   reopecl In
Uml      Riidl on whleh
nl to the' recu       n      ■ erl by
Ire to Mn mittlnit .-I tlmbor
■ I    • ■  .. . I.In nnd w e'li'in liiiiiwny l.mei
W. rt. UOTtK.
DeputyConunlMtpncroi Land A Wi -.k-.
Ltndi mi.i Win kn Department,
vieii ri_, i.c.rrii ITebnwr**, 1006,      i»'«
Public Sehiol, lfoejiital, ami
other Institutions.    Exoallon!
WaterworliH systefn. Strr*etn,
Stores ami RetideuOM illumined by Ki'ectricity. Dally
mail horvice. The towaeita
Jh admirably laid nut (Jet in
NOW nn the (*roini(l floor.
Lota can  now  be  purchaf.d
p.
i
PROfI
$?5
UP.
TOWNSI TI; AGKNT
FLOYD
RRVELSTOKE, B. C.
^MMsM^^m:^^^-^M^^L
; I v- G ?r_ sm. _f^_ 4_ _i _i. _*_><» & ~t j urr.,.
t»_
TLhc Ibotcl Beaton
BEA TON. b. c.
VISITORS arriving nt h>aton (the thre»lint.l nf the barileic'i
via  Arinwheail, will Und (his Hotel to hr fnllv eifiii|>|"''l
fm- liitfli-clnu trmle.   Icxi-e-lir-nt s_Joniiiiodotlon.    A well
»|ipiiinteil mul apaeious ilininj*  hall.     The heat of Wines,Spirit"
anil Cigars.   1'er.niiai lopervlilon iH siren to the reqolremomti "I
patron*, visitors to the Lardeau can rely on comfort si thlshotei.
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop I
n
.    ..-:    :.-.i-. (-.-.-* S.J-CV. _*• C. i_S_>ME*. «<_*_»•_% _rft,_Ha **i*-~
J .   .' I
FERGUSON HOTEL
u ii i inn—*.'
The noted home for travellers vieiting
PergUlon, B.C.
A well Itooked liar of the choicest I.iqoun, Winas, etc.
McDonnoll _ E2l__ok
Proprlotore.
$
&
tik
m
-»•
X
._
X
*
-ft.
I
S
500 Cord
Sbibwood
FOR SALE....
Apply:
' I
it pays to use tho Telephone. A
longthy trip i an often hi i tved, Offices
»t   Farauson : Cun mil . Tronl
Lake, Post Ofllo •; also at BeatOU, Comaplix and ArriiTslieiul,
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
dew
mad>
the
viaio
in oi
year
and '
I do
your
and
the>
hen
you;
mad
tisit
shab
Hi
tbe1
Dat
Al
l_egal Notices.
HOTl'       TO   III- I.IM.'1'.NT ( D-OWNttltM
ToP-        ' Bhith or to
fih er    they  thai'   may   have
tra '• rred theii Inten st In the
»»> . ii .alclaim.situated
on ' ol Poplar creak
___<! i t two and a ball inil**e from
the mouth of the meek, iii the Trout
Xai    M D .'is! il    I West Koot-
enn
Yon        ■ ■ hy notified that f, Arthur
^^Biji.ftuii,  ro-ownei villi  you in the
It    Leaf"    mineral   claim    above I
t.  I   have  pei formi I labor ami
izpenditure on the said claim to
•.:   ,'  ol   ..100.01),; .ui'ler the pro-
ttlsection 24 of tiie Mineral Art,
er to hold Kui'l claim, and th**
ii Which saiH labor was performed
cpanditure made having expired,
ereby give you notice to contribute
proportion   if such ezpenditnre,
ii are (nn! i r i Dtified that if at
pirition of no days ol publication
\ .01 fall or refuse to contribute
roportion of the expenditure so
together with all costs of adVer-
- eats in the said claim
e   . sted in me under and
^ftr if Section 4 of
^H*'   -' .il Art. rtneiiiled Art l'JUO.
latP plai Creek.b.c., Dec.81.'04.
rHUR 0. JOHNSTON, Co-owner
NOTICE  TO CO-OWNERS.
To T. H. Davey, nr to any person or
persons to whom he may have transferred his iiitere.te.
Take Notice, I the nndersigned co-
owner with you jn the OOOH mul Davey
mineral claims situate about four miles
Sbova leryutjon on South Fork
Oreek in the Trout lake mining
division of West Kootenay district and
province of British Columbia have done
the required work on the above-mentioned mineral claims for the years l'.iOS
and I'U14 in order to hold the same under lection '24 of the mineral act, and i'
within 90 days of this notice, yon fail or
refuse to contribute your portion of
mirh expenditure for work done, together with the cost of this advertisement,
your interest in the said mineral claims
will become the property ol the sub-
■cribedunder lection 4 of the Mineral
Act Amendment Act of 1900. Date.t at
i rout hake this 24th dav of March '0.r>,
8. DANEY,
2I.S'06. Co-owner
FIRST-CLASS EAR,
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
J_MMfl_I1_BIl_
Ti"
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
■Ml' l.; to DELINQUENT 00-0 WRKR
^Bolui I'arieiun  or to whomsoever lis
'   mav have transferred his  interest  io
the !!   ii.i itake, ibex and Cba'rlotten-
AII kinds of New Records.
Sole A_;e_ for the  ardeau:
J. C. Murray
Iiciit nl.c C.C.
Royal   Hotel
jj Fancy B_r,
Mimical BntertalotBent
Bulletin   Board, World.
ji Mining New*.
E L. MORAND, -  PROP.
Balmoral Hotel
_staUHMnin'aMrau«sasaWHSMMsi mm ttWAW MM i~M~mmm***_s_a__m__ m Muan — ■_■__ -m _»_.__n__»
VlaltQID  to  Ferguson   may   rely upon  the very hestof
accommodation at this well-known hotel    Rooms are
well   furnished  thioti**hmit.    Tbe   liar  ia Itoeked wilh
a choice asaortment of palatable quencheia.
II
Under the Management of S. Slinger
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
AbraSiamson   Bros., Proprietors
IIYTII1V0   EEW   AND    VIMT'OLAMU   I*»   AI.I.   RKS1
Fire  Proof Safe
T!i<< l-.S'iiio la slocked with ins tt-mel Wine* and r_»ri •   th* ntarket.
Trout'    Lake,
bur.   mineral claims.
Tal.'- N.,'<e\&tl ihe undersigned
cxhiki't i , . . i in ihe Ilomettake,
Ibex audCharlottcnburg mineral claims
tittii'.i.' about .i miles In a south-west
dirt', -n from in.ut I.ake in what is
known a*, tin- Homestake basin in theljun 2.S-05
TSsV'    i.'ki-   iiiir.int*  division   ol    West	
Kootei ay, l.i-.e [.erliini.ei! the m-r-enary
wori. ii- i. .-'t u.- in'..—.ay expendf-
^Br 'O the above-mentioned mineral
tra J 100, 1901, 1903, In
ler to hold ' he • ime nnder section 24
aha Mineral let, and the years for
li ii;'... jitii ami ex-
p ade ad, I here-
jrou  notice that if atithin DO
1? from the Bret publication hereof
fail or refuse to contribute your pro-
It      tesharaof aucbaxpeaditnreand
11..'   (■ its ol ibis A.ivei iseinent,
■ re. >. In the . aid mineral claims
in.   . i ••   , I   i ertj   ol .lie 'lu.ler-
ued under ano by virtue ol section 4
thS   mineral     act   amendment  act
I!' I
i a: Ir nt Laki tl ii 7th day of
■an-li. linl'i. In.i, I.amiriai*,
.'• .   ..i Co-Owner.
NOTICE.
Silver Chief No '.' Mineral Claim situate
in the Trout Lake Mining Division of
West Kootenay Diatrict Where located :
On Gold   l.iilih.  u  tributary of I i.tiuer
creek.
Take Notice that I, Fred C. Elliott,
F.M.C. So. B88042, acting aso_»ni for
Robert B. Young, .F.M.C No Ussn.i.
intend sixty days from the date
hereof toapply to the Mining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements for
lbs purpose of obtaining a Crown grant
of the above claim.
And further take notice that action
under section 37 must be commenced
before the issuance of snch Certificate
oflmprovements.
The B£ST Always !
IN PINK SHOES :
MINING SHOES !
SHOE PACKS!
RUBBERS and
OVERBHOl 31
GERMAN  SOCKS!
I* what you will set If you do your buy In.
Willi im.   l»u il.in'l fuliirl. Mli-li w.iiil.
tlilug In th* way of lout wear tOOallou aa, or
drop a I ni".
Dominion Hotel < The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Kirst-Cl.tsn in every respect.
The Travelling public carefully
taken care of.
I - Haifa Bi • Projjs.
■C»» *•■*-. r__ ■    irm*».
Dated this 19th day June, a.p. 1905.
n ■.'.{-05
F. N. Newton
MINING BROKER
Ros&land,     -      -      -     B.C.
E. Ferguson & Co.
Wholesale dealers in  Wines, Litjltl
iiud i'....-     Agents for Fabst Deer.
NELSON. B. C.
IU ROYiL SHOE STORE;
Nelson, B. C.
R.    ANDREW    _    CO.
Mail orders carefully and promptly
attended to. Agent for Slater and Net-
tleton Bhoea.
TIME   TABLE
Lardeau
i~i
ma
Sandy LwgMon
l-'roprletor.
WJIIKN visiting Ferguson you
should stay et lhe Laideau
Hntol.     Here   the   visitor
will   ho   surrounded   with
home comforts.    Excellent
cuisine,     well   ventilated
and    warm    rooms,    well
stocked bar,  arid  everything which
lends towards making your visit a
pleasant and memorable one.
Kiitea from $1 day upwards.
Wo strive tu please uur patrons.
FERGUSON.
S.S. ARCHER or S.S. LAROCAU.
Itunnlng between Arrowhead, It.-a-
ton and Comaplix. conimoncln'. ( "t...
tier Uth, IMS, will sail as follow.,
weather permittlnc.
Leaving Arrow Lead for H.-.i'.. . im!
Comaplix, twice llallj—10k nn.i .',_.
Leaving' licaton and   Comaplix  for
Arrowhead,  twice   dully —> *:I5k   ani!
I_;46k.      Malting    close    coi
with all C. H. K. Steamers a:.d lulus.
The owners reserve the rlfht to
change times of sailings without
notice.
The liaaplre Lumber Co., Limited.
e Review
is the best
Adveriishi
Medium
ootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
li Ualsr Ike urns Hin:-:i'.i.
Eo  Re   \ la-
Trout* Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout. Lake.
* LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
AadVery finest Cigars   a
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
_. —. .^
ra
In
m
jj
liAGKINNON  and
SUTHEELAND
We have all the Latest in
\J5 e can clothe from head to
foot in a princely style.
Snmii_er-¥/eight Suits
Make you feel good.
riMUSON - -B.C.
'Ui   "    -"-«" ■    . g-
THERE !m.i* hern fnrttint'B
made by Judicious Inveat-
meut in  Real Estate, and
toon f.'itu""H will In- mailc than
ever tiic next two or three yearn.
TVio oue wVii. reaps tlie hurvi.; i.
the original I ores tor, for he baa
his mouej on a certainty.
Now lit ua point out t.i you that
there is no better tpot no the Con*
tiii'iit t'. Imv Rotil Rstftta than
TKol'T LAKE.
Trout Lake h the prettieitipoi
in tho Koottjugys; n» h ploaanre
ren.irt it Iuih no equal, Boating
nnil tihhiiig may be Indulged in
the year round; whilo hi_* ;'iiii.i>
in abundance i* u> tho found «'n
the hills. ltn climate in BU_*erb,
there bring no great Dztromns, it
being mild   in winter and cool in
auuiiiie''. It cm boat "f louie »f
iho tinest hotels and residences in
Brltinb Columbia, Its streets art
well laid mit andgritil.d. There
art* two excellent genera] stores,
and ii plaiu'i" ai the advertisements
in this journal, will Bhow that nil
trade* aro fairly well represented.
Write wiih confidence tu Agents,
H. McPherson
Agent-
Trout Lake, B.C.
^
F
tut
*7)
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMSo
Make your
selection at
once.
jut
..   ..
Then call on
or   v/rite  to
jocm
tec
M
T has never had a " boom "—its
growth haa been stei.dy. It is
tho head of navigation, and
the terii.inal of the Lardo branch
of tho C.P.R. All roitda (in the
Lardeau) lt'atl to Trout Lake. It
la tho commercial centre of the
richest mineral district on tho
continent, and has banking facilities provided by the Imperial
Hank of Canada ; first-class school
accommodation under the direction of B. Shannon, B.A. j a pood
water system ; government offices ;
County Court sitting*; Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican churches
and cottage hospital.
Thrri* urn valuable ranch lands
on th" outskirts awaiting settlrra.
lta lumber resources are magnifi
cent, and a band Haw mill with a
capacity of 60.000 ft. tier day is at
the bead of the lake. The milieu
tributary are proving out bigjrir
producers every year, with new
prospects opening up rich bodies* of
ore.
There will be a big rush Ihis
summer, ro if you would kuow
more, write at once to cither of
the agents at the addresses bolow.
F. B. Wells
Gensral Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
I Ml' -Mtw^g/kmmm
I
I
■
■
Job Printing of every description will foe faithfully executed at the Review dob Dfep.,
Drug
In the matti-.h or the "Com-]
I'ANIKs' WINDING UP Aotj.1808,"
\t n Amknoiu Acts, and in
rafc mattiou of the Great
Western MIneb, Limitkd Lia-
r.ti.iTY.
T'
1HK Qreat Western Mints, Limited
Liability, lias rone into voluntary
liquidation under the above Act,
nnd Iiiih ippolntod Krlanil Q, llailow.of
tlie town ut I'Vi'Ktison. BG.,accountant,
iln liquidator, for the  imrpoBva of sucli
winding up,
Tlie rreilitorn of the above Company,
which lias its head oftico in miii! town of
Ferguson, anil all others having any
claims nj;aiiiBt said Company, are re-
qnired on or before the first .lay of
August, 1905, to send to Harvey, MeCarter i. Pinkliiini, solicitors for said
lii-iiiilator, at their offices, Firat Street,
Kevelstolie, B.C , t'.eir names an.l addresses ami descriptions, and the full
particulars of their debts or claims verified by oath, and the nature and amount
of tli" securities, and if io required by
entice in writing from laid liquidator Of
bin sol e tors, to loin*) in ai d prove
their saiil debts or claimi iu the usual
m nv. nt such time ami place at nhall be
H|iecifled in such notice.
Aftf-r the eniil tiist day of August,
I'Mi.'i, the said liquidator will proceed to
distribute the assets of the Company
a nOng the parlies entitled thereto,
having regard only to the claims of
which h* then 1ms hail notice, and tin
liquidator will not then be liable for tin
assets or any part thereof so distributed
in any person of whose claim he had
n it notice at ihe timo of the distribution
tlC'I'df,    •
Haled this 2nd dav of June, 1905.
ERLANDG. HADOW,
c, B—30 liquidator.
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
BAR WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Liquors and gigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
Excellent Cuisine
ladden & Levesque
Props
THORPE & CO started
making Soda Water in
Vancouver in 1889. Since
then they built branches
in Victoria and Nelson.
and are improving every
season.
Do you buy Sofl Goods
from " THORPE'S " ?
Co
Thorpe
Limited,
NELSON,  B.C.
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Liivery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack andOCartage Horace Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
•>**►**■•>♦■*.♦••>
Dally stag* leaves   Beaton nt 13 o'clock for Trout Lake FcrRuson ami Camborns
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake for Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Btablee nt Trout Lake, llouton, Ferguson and Camborne.
LEGAL
FRED C. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER! NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, B. C.     and Ferguson.
Qco,S.HoOarter, J. a. iiurvr.
A. M.    Plllkhliui.
HARVEY fMARTER 4 PINKHHAH
SOLICITORS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B. C
loltolton lor Imperial limit of t'miKitn
VV, I. BRIQQS       J. M. 8COTT, u.b,
Scott & Briggs
Barriiteri and Solicitors
City
A fuJl line   of Choice stationery
Just Received
ALSO,
A SPECIALTY.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES,  PROPRIETARY MED|CIN_S
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.    PRESCRIPTION   Work
STRICTLY   CASH.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Bollclton for Molaon'H Hank.
PEVELSTOKE   -    B.C
Hi ad Uf lice:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorised, $4,000,000
Capital [paid op] -   8.000,000
Reel   -      -      •    3.H.o,.K)0
Branchei in the Northwest Territories, Provinces of llrititili Colombia, Manitoba
Ontario and Quebec.
T. R. MERRITT, President.
E. MAY, Assistant lien. Man.i. er.
D. R. WILKIE, Viee-Pres. and <;..n. Man
\V. MOFFAT, Chiei Inspector
mfc-
NOTICE.
Whistler,     Vancouver,    and   Imperial
Uml ted, mineral claims situate in tlie
Trout Lake  Mining  Divisionql  Wt.i
Kootenay district.
Where located:—On Gainer Creek.
Take notice that I, J. Z. Hall, free
miner's certiticate No. 1171531, intend
cixt.y dayi nfter date hereof, to apply to
.lie Mining   Recorder   lor Certificates of
Improvements lor the purpose of obtain*
in*i crown grants of the nlmre claims.
And further take notice that action
nnder section S7 must he cominenri-d
liefore the iflouaiire of surh rertilk-ate of
Improvements. Dated this'-Till day of
April. *\. D.. 190.5.
Msv.6'08 J. 7, HALL.
IE™   you want to SeLL
I      you want to BUY
Correj pond.witli't lie
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
Wo have several GooS Troper-   ■
In*, iir-ted on which good tirin.    ■
can in- had
Trout     Like.     U.    I'.iliimli   A    Oeneral     Hanking    Puilnrts    TrasSTtsd,
Savings Department—Deposits received ami Interest allowed.
Drufts i.ii.l available in all parts of Canada,
T. B. BAKIiR,
flaaagei
United States Hint BurojM
Spedal iiiii'iii.uii.. ivi ii tu collections nnd
Mining li. mis.
CERTIFICATE OK  IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
/.■mine mul Byronodale mineral claims, all
mil.- in tin- Tnnit i,nke Mining Division ol
VYeel Kootenay district,   i
Where looaled :—tioulhof I.nnl.i Itlvi-rami
Bast of »ud adjoining the limiler New v.. rk
mineral olatm
Talcs notice Unit I, Froii Joeobs, agsai r..r
A. I'. Jnhnitoti, free miner's oertlttejlts No.
BSSITO, Inlriid, -lily ilnys fnim Iln' dule here-
nl, tn npi'ly I" t.'ie Mining Ki-conler for n Or-
tltliuli'iil IlillHiivt'iiii ills, fur Hit- |iur|Kme nf
obln n ii_ a Crown i Jim i it of ths nl- >va .-In i in.
Auu further take notice that action, under
section S7, must be commenced bafoi** the Is.
• iiiiH'.'ut surli certlllrule of Improvements.
Imir.l till- ISUl day ..I June, AH., IMS,
FRED JACOBS,
mn IU
CERTIFICATE OF   IMPROVIMBNTB.
NOTICE.
Mornin.nnil tinning nilm-ntl otalros, slf
uulei'ilie Ir.Mit Ink. Uinlng lliiwlon i.f
sv.m Koitenay district.
Wlii'iv liu-uti-il :- i in   M.ulh  Klde   nf  I»r.,.
Klvrraod emu. ti.un.i etui of Ths Lyuch ml. -
eral claim.
Take in,lice Uml I. P I.. Huffman. Igent fur
It. I. miwiiiih. fr«« miner's osntfltmte N".
EJ7W8, mi. n t. sixty days from tin- duti* her. ■
of,to apply to the Mining-Recorder r..r n o.r.
liflcate .. improvainents for Ine port ise .-r
ibtalnlns u Crown Urantofthe shore claim.
And furlliiT Uki. niitiri'Uml  set Ion,  under
action 87. must be commenced before the la
im nre nf Nucb ri-rtitlrut* nf lin|.niveni, i I.
I' ■:.   1 tills 1VU .l.ij   .,( .1  ,i e   A.l>.    111..
jun It p, I..  HUFFMAN.
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B  C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Mpters for linini an-J CcmiD.rcial in,
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,    PROFBIETf'R
W.  Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham*
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Aiinnnuiil.      ....       Auditor.
J. C MOEBAY,
TROI'T LAKB.B. C.
Outi-iili nnanys'  Interests carefnlly
loosed after.
Airrnt l.ir llrlnlininu's I'lnnns
V. M. Westfall & Co.
G"R      "RofVin    A(}ENTT FOR (ilANT 1>
I     U.    UCXibllU    RSKANl)    CAPS.
LHSSEG  of tlie ALEXANDRIA HALL
FERGUS0IM, B.C.
'OWDKR
Post Office Block,
Main Street.
Mlnins llrok.-r^.
Mlnln_ l"riii»-rii.-» lUpurti .1 On,
Mini - and rrosis rts Boiighl and Mold,
Mlnins Propi rtlee Looked Alter for Non-Keal-
lll'llls.
Ijird.-iu si., .,;,|>.
Itti*,irdln_ i linn-
Tn.iii. Lukf. B. C.
Hasaging
Hold or Silver || 50    »
Gold and 8llver $:> oo   *£
Silver and Lead      . ".o   ..
Copper     l no
Zinr	
t
• ^     ■••'■•^••■i'v^.i'vitr.Xiii'S.iirfrf.Arf.rf.^
Packing and   Fer«uson packing I
Freighting
and
Transfer   Outfit.
Get a Home
For   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Rent -——
EASY TERMS.
Lennoxville
-—fi-Hotel,
E. MOBBS  PROP
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
OE.RRARD
B c
h«_l 4 f   _..iV ii..     . •  ;;   _
0K
: Barber Shop
 Knit A —
Good Shave or Hair Cut
—   I   \l.l. OK
SURVEYORS.
0. B. N. WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveyrd
and Crown (Irani*. Obtained
Keeldeuce-Neal li«*nrd OfTlce,
TtNNl l.»».   n  I .
Coatraeta entered into f..r pstcking .,1 Mining tiupidies, otc.
lo sny point in tlie district.
Uood  ptornptService, and any work undertaken guarai.teol
satislat'torjr. ■
 fl 60   V
S   SHANNON, ikssnyer ! ^
RiKOL'SON B. C   ^
FERGUSON.        S^ Daney, Prop.
Sfl . •.-. fju j.\ ... ... ,.  S)
•:• •:• •:• ';•■ w «9» t-v- ■:■ ^
It
M
ii
v
A. B. BETLAND,
PKOVINflAI. LA.M) SlRVKViiIl
Miii«ral ('lainia Surveyed
POPLAR, KAHLO.
William Schnell.
ri Bet -"V andTKOI l i ^kl
Hot and Cold Bcths
; o   .-_-.. .
W. H. Jones,
Loose    leal    Hinders,    Fine   Job
Printing.
NELSON, B. C.
Lardeau Mines Exchange,
" Review " Bnilding.
Tr .-it l-.kc B.C.
-*« •»*»»— *_—-»_* **-.—*»■_ —*
I
Starhe^ Si Co.
WHOLE8ALE DI ALER8 In Bolter,
>"k>;m,    Clier.o,    ProdacS    asd    Krait.
Bousien Bk.,Josephine st. Nrlion.H.C
P
TROOT   LAKE   LODOB   I. O.O.F
.\<>. ii
!..•_     >r ini-Mlnir. held In
' il'ii. lk>w"s   Huh   eii-r.
Tuimliiv nlehl at   »
o'riiH-k     VTfdHni  ' ri :r,
*rn . ..rliu. 1/ ini, niiir
*m
Hs^Xra)
1. II. Hcoll. N.O. Prnd MntnniiT.v, It .t r *».i-
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No39.
A.F.  ft A.M.
oril   Thtirailay  each
nn.nth
ViMtors'Wolcmne
i. I'.iiii.ir...:, Bee.. II. KcPherson.W.M.
From well-matored Oregon Stock
prnest Harrop
Lumber
Sash    Doors
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for Cash
Poplar Creek.
  I
F. B. Weils,
R£VXLSTOK£,B.C.
RAW FURS     I
■WI
1
_lv6
l>iK___-_____________ir__-*xc
3a
per Pound   3c,
the IV C. ASSAY and CH'iriK. AL
SUPPLY c,,., Ltd.
Vamouvkk, B. ('.
Lfeadquarten tor tuayers, Mining «nd
Mill *-n|.|.l,'".. Bole agents in B, r. for
M.ir.uii < rucible Co . Battersea, Kng-
an.l; F \v Brann A Oo.'i Patent(
A. G. ERASER'S Store 1% l*.
  .  B.C.
CASH   MIICE5   PAID
P.Buras&Co
WHOLESALE   AND   Rl [All
Meat
Merchants
Dealers in all kin.Is of Fn -1   ''',:
TROFT LAKE B.C.
The Nelson
Brewing Co.
Brewers of
Vnr
*
nares,
•nrtli ."x C
Bi
iriii'in,  i.|i'.
Fine ! • i.   , i
Wrn.  An,..
Fine   Lager  Beer
and Porter
. Heitiert. r <_• Co.    -   Proi
WOOD    VALLANCE    HA
WARE I
■ LTD
FTardwara,  Minars' Buppllei
and Ranpaa.
Nl
IN    B- c

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