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Array f
l.Af 0&-&
Haa a larger circulation than any
Newspaper in V
Kootenay. Best advertising   medium.
Lardeau Mining Review
The representative
nf the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for 92
per an. in advanoe.
VOL. a
TROUT LAKE CITY, 15.C. March 29, iqo6
No. ».
tachinery
Arrives.
[aoer company  HAVE A
■RKW OF MEN WORKING
LARDEAU CBBBK.
I..RATIONS TO BE PUSHED
AS   FAST   AS MEN  AND
MONEY CAN DO IT.
That the  Spokane  Falls Placer
unpany nm in onrnest'and Roil B
iiotit the business In a inethodica
Ip-to-date way, is evidenced   by
lie arrival to-day ol pumps, hoist,
c, which will materially  I
|io cost of handling the dirt     The
hieing  of the  machinery will be
jndar the direction ol Mr   Leavall,
iho thoroughly understands this
[lasa of work.
Mr. Wagner and a party of thotf
interested in Minnesota will arrive
Saturday morning.
A  force  of  men have been employed  nil   Wtmk at the   grounds
husking preparations for a.i   active
If. ason's work.
Lo«ve» and Fishes.
The   details  below    show    tli-
Lmount of "pap" distributed by
the Dominion Government during
the Iscd   year   ending June 30,
I lOOfi.  Ai will be seen, the Lardeau
[Mining Review ia getting rich. We
hardly  think   however, the Kaslo
"Nooteiiaian toC'A fair deal.
N'elsoo Nesra... I T."j4.40
RoseUnd Miner .    056.00
Ko.it. nay Mail., 17M.15
Knowiiaian .... 37 54
Cranbrook Herald 111 77
Lardeau Review OOni'QO
Vnmonver World    710 I_
Province    937.H)
victoria Timet*     1485.16
10, LL'cKy JlM!"-DKvIi..]
A Good
Purchase.
TOWNSPEOPLE DETERMINED
TO   HAVE    ADEQUATE
FIRE PROTECTION.
600   FEET   Of   HOSE  BEING
ORDERED TO FIGHT
HUE Willi.
The recent fire in town has hail
thc effect of roiling the townspeople from lethargy tn a full
tense of the ever-threatening danger of n conflagration. To Fire
Chief Andv Craig and Hugh McPherson belongs the credit of having obtained tlie splendid sum of
1200 l>y canvassing in le-.*. than
two hours. Five hundred feet of
boee has to-day been ordered from
tlie Vancouver branch of the Canadian Rubber Co. of Monti ■ ■!
the full purchase, price is guaranteed by subscription, ele.
Practically Turned Down.
A letter haa been received from
\> A. Galliher stating that tbe
petition sent in relative to the
Arrowhead and Kootenay railway
.barter had been received. II.
did "not hold out much hopes, how-
lever, of our request being granted.
I D looks as if the CIUI. had the
•'iK- |UtlJ, and that lhe wishes of
tlrS'electoral* was to be a second-
at^'nj. i.let<Aiioii. Wo will, bow*
tvpt,iiitbbold further comment until tlie matter comes before tiie
Houae and definitely settled.
TO.'SOME SUBSCRIBERS.
Following our uaiiiil cus.oni
we are thia week drawing on
our (nitrous for subscriptions
due. As we have before stated
nil subs, are payable iu advance, and wc ask your kind
acceptance of drafts when presented. Our patrons find this
method of collecting very convenient, us it saves time in remitting as well as cost in exchange, stamps, etc.
Ihe open season is now on,
n"d a full and accurate report
w the woiking of Lnrdeau'a
"lines will bn found in our
columns from week tn week.
A small rock slide came down
in the Ferguson road on Tuesday
night, delaying the mails for some
hours.
Chinese Expelled.
Pemticton. March 24.—This
town is in a great state of excitement through the expelling by
force of the newly armed Chinese
population.
Last Monday the Southern Ok-
anagi.n Land oompany brought in
ten Cbinose to clear land. A meeting of protest was held on
Wednesday evening at the British Columbia, hetel, and delegate*
were sent to Interview W. T. Shat-
ford. M.L.A. managing director of
the company. Mr. Shatford was
aske.l to dismiss the. Chinese, but
refused. A mob was organized
and it soon proceeded to the
Chinese quarters. The party
took lanterns and had no trouble
about arousing the Orientals. The
latter were much frightened. Thev
were escorted to the iakc steamer
and their fares were paid to Kel-
owna. They arrived at that place
to-day. They will not be allowed
lo return.
A Gigantic Boos'.
A " Million Club" is now being
formed in Nelson for the whole of
the province. The idea is to get
a million population for British
Columbia, and it is suggested that
each citizen of the province will
send the facts about British Columbia to at least one person in
other parts of the world. The
main idea is for everybody to do
all possible for the province, and
for his own locality. Already
leading citizens of our larger cities
have signed for membership and
endorse the idea. Among those
already signed are members of
Parliament, capitalists, bankers,
miners, farmers, workmen, railroad officials, cWks, waiters, editors, engineers aiui hotelmcn. All
see what vast advantages it will
offer for British Columbia and
want to help a good thing along.
Everybody iti iuvitcd to join end
pay a dollar a year to defray the
expense of literature, correspondence, and advertising the country,
and each member of the club will
bo provided witk stationery bearing facts about British Columbia
and his own locality.
Local and General.
The   biggest  load   of   logs   ever
stacked  and  hauled on sleighs in
this province was put Up and hauled   yonterday   at  eaniu  !1  of  tne
The Bev. Howard Crosby (oneI BowttkT|    , umber   Co<   HiUlHle_
of B.OVs old Pioneer Missionaries) Lboua 2j  miles below Camborne,
will deliver n Leturo al the Meth* Tll0 ,0ft(1 0ollBiH,,.ri of 42 cedar loga
odist Church next Saturday night
The subject will be "Among Our
North.tii British Columbian In-!ff(
dians." Tin' Lecture will be illustrated by Limelight Views, the
views having lieen prepared by an
Indian artist. Rev, Crosby is an
excellent speaker, and n h<.<»1 en*
ii rtniitiiii'iit. is promised. The ad*
misiinn will be, adults DOc., chil*
six tiers high and seven   logs  to a
tier, nnd measured 18 f«-•• t .'> Incnee
.111 the ground to the top of the
load with a width of 14 f.-.-t 10
inches, The logs w.re 10 feet
111 length »nd the number of feet
contained in the load were 15,877
It was hauled bv two horses and
photographs of the load were taken
by Mr. Tucker of Arrowhead.   The
drcn 'Jiie.
Kolioc.   The travelling library
is  to be ohanged at once.    All
those having   books will please re-
t'lin them to the Review offioc im*
ri.i dia'.e y. I
i
Trades Committee meets at the
city hall on .Monday evening next
A full attendance is requested.
Everybody, whether they danoe
n 1 ot. nut-t take in the " ll.ird
Tunes" Masquerade Ball next
Iriiirsdey   night.     Tl.e   affair   is
h ,ng promoted bv the Trout Lake Fraser has got in this week
Fire Brigade, and lhe object is to onion Belts, vegetable and garden
r. ise sufflnient funds to purchase a "«**•, flowering bulbs, clover,
quantity of hose. You can come jTimAby, and Harden City lawn
in caiiker dresses or overalls, or 8
any old way so iong as you do
load was put tip by J.G. McCarthy
and  his   men,  who  now hold the
'record of British Columbia for the
biggest load of logs hauled.-Cam-
! home Miner.
1 The Ven. Archdeacon Beer will
conduct Divine services in the
Anglican Church Sunday next.
Holy Communion at the morning
service.
Open  season
next Sunday.
for   trout   begins
Alex McLean was nearly counted out on Manday. He was struck
down by a mass of falling ore in a
•tinnel at the Broadview, and he
sustained a severe scalp wound.
Alex, ia progressing favorably.
Dave McLennan, Beaton's enterprising merchant, came in a for a
visit on Thursday.
Rev. Howard Crosby will preach
in the Methodist church on Sunday
morning and evening. All should
hear him
pome. There will be a banquet off j
baked ivork snd beans, so all are
re-quested to cultivate appetites
and arrive as ravenous as wolves.
The ladies will be admitted gratis,
while the sterner sex will he required to cough up one plunk
The objtct is worthyand w_**Tpec1
a financial success and a jolly good
time.
Assavs are a good thing to have
but they don't buy you a side of
bacon, tiet down and ahowsome
ore.
Hard Times'' Masquerade Ball
next Thursday.
Gourlay Pianos are high priced,
l.nt worth their price. What if a
Goo (lay piano does cost a few doi*
I.i 1 - more '.' You got your money's
worth You obtain it iu extra
durability—years more of service
provided for by the costliness of
its construction ; and you obtain
it in its daily use —vour delight
and pleasure in its exceptional
1011.1l beaut v. We want vou to
we a (iourlay.
THE
BEAOTIFOL
LARDEAU
I'll IS is hardly the time to start
out on vour summer vacation,
but nr want you to consider the
LARDEAU
It is the place where nature can
li,. seen in all its grandeur and
magnificence. Its lakes, rivers, and
mountain streams are filled with
the finny trilio, nnd disciples rd
Ike Walton are in their -lory. ID W
It is a resort entirely free from the
mosquito pest ij) td m k M t*i HI
For information, write to the Secretary ot Trades Committee or to
the Rsview.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
S__fe   -
Billv Bebraook is in Cranbrook
where he is fast becoming one of ,1,»"1 ■'■*■■■■'■••
the lumber kings.
FOR SALE —Cottage and 2 lots.
Apply.
J. R. Haseh.
Jot* Murray has pone back to his Harry Rricrlv and a companion
ranch on Stoncv Creek. were crossing Fish river on a boom
  at   Compliz,  says  the   Cainlnirne
Miss Anna 0'Urien returned Miner, last Tuesday, when the
from a v isit tr Revelstoke cud of latter slipped on a icy log and fell
last week. into the river.      1-ricily rushed to
his   partner's  assistance",  and it)
doing so lost Ida equilibrium and
also fell into the rushing water
Get readv to do your assessmen The two men managed to grasp
work.      Don't  forget  that   tl   the   boom    and   kept   thems. lv, 1
qui e ncnt is a fall hundred doi* sfloat until a boot from Comaplix
lars worth.    Slop re-staking.   If rescued them from the critical sit*
you  can't  do  anything  with   the nation.      The   men   were   in   the
ground lot somebody else.
.luck Nelson has  started a In
in Wet.tskiwin.
FACTS   AND   FANCIES.
[BV OBSBBVKt.]
rle loyal—lo your flag, to your
country, and to the town you live
in. When the sun of prosperity
18 shining and peace reigns supreme, it does not require much
stamina to be loyal ; but when theJ
clouds of war hang over and trade
depression rests on us, then is tbe
time to show your loyalty nnd be
a man umong men. All towns
have their knockers, and generally
these men are the most favored.
Those win. arc carrying the burdens are those who are most loyal.
If wc ever expect outsiders to have
confidence in our resources we
must of a necessitv show a unanimity of opinion and a perfect confidence in ourselves.
Boys are always ingenious in
making up excuses to get out of
troul.le, but we heard recently a
tal.' nboui a well-known Lardeau
roan who we think ought to be
pies n'.ed with a medal.
He iva; interested in some claims
ou the Duncan slope which had
l-en .luffed off on Borne eastern
U-nderfeet and a year after the
deal was made offered to show
them a tine " showing " of high-
grade ore for a coitsideratw n. His
offer wa« accepted, and the new
owners with tbe Lardeau man
started. But his knowledge seemed
to be at fault, for no ore could be
found. Not to be beat he, however, finally stopped where some
prospector had made a small hole,
and said :
" Here's   tho   place .   but  some
d goat  has  been   here and
luialuw* ;.)i tin* o._ out.! "
Well, he did not get the $100,
but be saved bis reputation.
The usual annual appropriation
of   J_lK>0   has   been  made   bv the
11..mini.>n   Government   for  the
annual picnic up the Duncan
river for the faithful Kasloftes.
We do not know what we have
done here in Trout I.ake that we
should he deprived of our share of
the " loaves and li-hes." Lardeau
river is a navigable stream, at
least dipt. Filz. got up as far ns
lhe bridge at high water last year,
and we are inclined to feel hurt at
tint being able to share in the
annual distribution. Kaslo gets
*2000, Revelstoke gets 130,000,
and Trout Lake gets it in the neck.
We get nothing, not even consider-
ation re thc railway charter. We
Imagine we can hear the great dispenser. Arthur Bad notl nough. say
" Serves ye right, ye divils ; vote
Grit next time ! '
A number of Trout Lake's fair
daughters have recently formed a
secret aocicty. Married ladies and
mere man have no show to be enrolled We have yet to learn the
object lor which the band bus been
formed. It appears that tbe conspirators find a dirlicultv in obtaining a secluded meeting place,
and it happened one dav this week
that the seclusion of tlie wharf waa
sought for a pow-wnw, nnd it also
happened that a   harmless little
fellow named B    rubbernecked
the \\ hob* shooting match, and now
lie has the ih..iee of being
sworn to secrecy or a lingering
tortUOUS death Vr gods ! how
much   does    B know '.'     We
learn that the society's hymn is 1
" How dry I nm '"
Local
Mining.
OF INTEREST TO THOSE
WATCHING THE PROGRES*
AND DEVELOPMENT OF
THE RICHEST MINERAL
SECTION OF THE PROVINCE
The first carload of mill machinery for the Silver Dollar has
been hauhd to Camborne, the consignment including two mortars
weighing two tons each which are
the heaviest pieces in the outfit.
The machinery has been stored
here and will be taken to the property when the snow is off the
trail, which will not be long as
the sun is now getting great action
on the " beautiful." At the mine
work is going along satisfactorily.
Camlxirne Miner.
Assays taken from the Noble
Five this week gave 415 oz. ia
silver and $15 in gold. As sooa
as the trail is opened shipments
will lie made.
Jim Livingston resumed work
on the Rambler and Gold Bug last
week. Jim is a stayer and deservea
success, which will undoubtedly
come to him, if hard, persistant
and intelligent work can do it.
The Free Coinage lessees are
plugging away driving to catch
Ihe lead at depth. They are all
highly elated over the way the
property i« showing up.
One car of ore was shipped froas
the Silver Cup this week.
water   fully   fifteen   minutes   and
Were   badly   chilled   when   taken
Now   is  the   time   to  make the
lives ot tlm Government agent and
road superintendent happy,   (let
after them  for  that   piece ol trail
Calico dtesses, overalls, etc., will  you  want   cleaned  out or   built.
If you have a good showing see ni,° t'"1 '"""
what's below. If there iB nothing, |
the quicker you know it the better
If there is, send a shipment to the \ he quite in order at the " Hard j They have more money now than
smelter. It's the smelter returns' Times " Masquerade Ball next they will have later on. Go to
that count. Thursday. thew.
Smith and Rogers are doing
some good work on their property
on Rapid creek, and are iinding
good values ot depth.
Work ia aomewhat hampered
on the Placer by the non-arrival of
the machinery. There has been
some little trouble in getting the
goods through the customs at Nelson. It has now been arranged,
however, and will be up on Friday's boat. Mr. Bedell, one of the
stockholders from Spokane, did
some prospecting un the ground
this week with very satisfactory
results.
John Mortt 1 bas written that
he will U i first part of April
and will resu. e operations on the
Big Tunnel and Triune.
The big ahute of ore opened up
at the Broadview recently is getting better as work progresses.
One hundred toua of ore has been
taken out this month, three cars of
which ia now on the way to the
Hall Mines smelter at Nelson
Work will be pushed as fast as
possible. It is the intention ci
the owners to continue the drift st
the :.UU loot level. Surveyor Wilkie went up the other day, and ae
cording to his estimate about 200
feet of work will tap the lead on
this level.
Jack Neabitt is busy opening
up the Morning and Jiomestake
on Rapid creek. The lead is bet-
ne. n two and three feet wide, and
carries values approaching the one
hundred dollar mark, principally
gold. A car of ore will be shipped
at an early date. Three men are
employed,
lim Lade and Ed Graham came
in from the Beatrice on Thursday.
They report the woik progressing
favorably.
The repressntatl
of the rich LardeT
country.     Sent
any address for
per 1111. iu iidvancj
No.
sal and General.
WW& .<'.l*.!Wl.
prethewey, who has hi
DM of st.ition   agent  li
departure of F. T. AI
Wednesday   for    Nela
n relieved by H.J. Hid
bo noticed that this isl
lat larger than our us|
re hope  our patrons
hange, which will  be |
1 paper in future.
-all smiles—is not ic
or Mobbs,of Gerard, til
ith  tho  mill moving!
the  Lennoxville Ha
•ht in it—fairly in it.
•ouhle in Zion city. Doi
the bounce and genes
Toliva has got his jol
ck IV. was BUccessful
last Saturday on Trci
'alter Phelan.
has got in this w{
ta, vegetable and garc
owering   bulbs,    clo^
and Garden City lal
•chdeacon Beer, ol Kal
. services in the Angli^
st Sunday, The servi
al and some exceed in|
ic was rendered.
owsrd Crosby gave a
e Methodist  church
night entitled  " Ami
lern B. O. Indians."
\s illustrated   by lant
There  was a  very
ie.    The rev. gentled
ducted   services    in
; church on Sunday.
vho have books  from|
•e earnestly  requeste
em without delay.
ades Committee will
sy night at 8 o'clock.]
dance is requested.
L. Masterson, Secret*}
ferry, of the Silver
Wednesday's  ooat   ffj
iday trip.
Parker, inspector
and measures, is ar
inual inspection trip
Levesque is leaving
pleasure  trip throuji
jst provinces.
your eye on thc Larj
r, inining  deals  aro
hat the Provincial
Sitting, the Nelson
out the columns of
ago which was natisa
Ivel-headed reader,
tng us news—and thi
le manner.
■*•*»*»
SEEDS
■ I'M "■■■UI"fJtaB
SEEDS
' —-- Iof the Gourlay Piano linn, will be
The monthly clean-up of the in Trout Lake nt the end of thc
Eva mill at Camborne for March month. Arrange to have your
wub between $4.00 und 15000.       jpiauo t»ncd.
Slinger and Joe Iln
Wn for a day's  lisluir]
They secured soem
il non.
Jurns has   returned
trip t'> the roast cilil
or Evans has socij
tnsc for his h tel at
0 members havo bi
ml the grand OpOblf
st Saturd iy    Wo
b sn. ■
._
Dlson began ids asss
1 the Aurora al       ■
.h*  20th   inst,  Iho
ill give a basket Bull
e operations   coiitij
icer   grounds.   A
made in a few days J
  ]
ery successful dail
. the Alexandria \i{
last Monday night.
With tho appearance <
and the snow roads breakiJ
•eUitig is not all honey thei THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
ll I'i Intuit nt.Tri.iit I .uke .'lly. mid P.ililMn <l
»t  P-.lg.ll.lll  Ullil   I' l'l III I   1.11 hi- t'M'I'V 'I'lllllNilli'
Tne K liin C .t.ii'n mil mil.1 liiiii'.ilt ii.si'iin
atlilD fur lim >|.i nimis at fti.n'in|iii.iil-iiis uji-
prei.e.t lu Its triiliiiiiiii
Alt local", will In* rliin'r.'1'il nl the nit.'of 16
tenti per line. Arm Inneittuii, nn.l lliiinn. pei
Inn' furh siilisi'i|iii'iit Insert lun
Tarmnfor 1'raiiNli'ni nn.l nM'.ei' advertising
will lie minii' Known on appiioattnn ut nillee
MubnorlDlloii tli.mia vi'iu. In i.ilviiiici'.   ,     -   ,
Uvout Xahe
Mater
Supply (So.
By using Water supplied   1 *»
(g)    Coiiipiiny y u nre   assured of n 1 (0
w   lutu purity.   Government Ann ly si
v2>    to hack up stfttoments. :::::':   .
H«_*h McPherson - - Supt.
tomm$Mmmto
»•■• _*, f «sa«aM ^m»«_ hi >m-«
•***."* esiaams^speeanii-f !■■
Many are   prone to look on the
dark  side of  affairs nnd   coiiie to
the conclusion   that  by  reason-of
the quietness   prevailing   in   Ihe
Lardeau   the   past  vear that   the
bottom has dropped" out.    I'onsei-   '""'I'-"-1  owner !•"-'  rnarked I'
Devine a nnrtn east corner  post. Miotics
wesl BO I'liains, llieiii'i' aoiltil BO . I niins.
theiii'i' eiisi;So chains, thence north HO
chains, t.> point ..I conimenc nueiit,
I'. .1. IU'\ INK.
ri<n,it Lake, B.C., Nov. 18, 1006.
»        •       •   NOTICE.
f" JtoiK'8 ia, hero by given th.it SO days
nfter .Int.*. I iiileii.l(i.ii|.|ilv In llie llmi.
j%>jK« '*■ .i'iwi,.iis4"iK'i' ol Lands and
tV-TKa for a**Bflecial license to out and
'•"firry inv.iiv .Umber from ll e following
described lands, situated In West Kt...t-
enay .ll'slii.t.
Ir n | h is t |ilnnteil at Selil'.n I'aney's
vative investignlioii nt once dispels this pessimistic view. The
history of all camps aro similar,
Companies arc floated nnd fancy
prices arc paid for anything that
show's indications. Speculation is
rife, and lhe wild-catting stock
seller gets iu his deadly wofk.
Thin   naturally   lasts  but a  short
NOTICE.
Notice ia hereby given thai SOdavs
after date I Intend toapply to ibe Olifof
i ...in,i inail hit nf I.nn.la an.l Works for
a special licence lo cut and ran. away
timber from   the   following .le    Ibei"
period   and   thc   boom   has   butt, lands situated in  Weal  Kootedai his
Legitimate  work  has  been in the , *x V*I."... a nosl planted on thi nl. east
meantime,   however,   can inl   on, sideof l«rdeati creek about % mile east
i     i •! .  i, „ ,w,i ii,,„. t „. in.in Halfwav creoli an.l marked Seldon
and while money does not llou fast p       ,g nor|W,g| .nor ,„,,,, rnnn'.lg
and furious, such work   is   prepar* east 80 chains, thence aouCli 80 chain",
., . ....,.„   .., I,,.;, thonce weal SO chains, thence  mirth Mi
ing the way for a perm a.lent, basis (.,iimis „ |(0Jn| ,„,,„„„.„..„„„„..
on   which  will   rest   the future of KKI.DON DANEY.
.. Tronl I ake, B.C.. Nov. 18. 11)05.
the camp.
Butte, Coeur d'Alene, Tonopah.
R. W. EDGE
Painter -^-
Decorator.
TROUT LAKE
B. 0.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVK
COAST   I1I8THICT.
LeadviOe,  in  fact nil  of the hig
producing   mining   centres   have
passed   through  the same process.
As to lhe Lardeau there can be no IM^,™, ^"RJ
doubt as to its future success.    It :,.„:.,.!,,;;.j,:,:t:;
has   nee.    demonstrated   by   the gS^R gSf**_f*SS
operations of thc Silver Cup Co.  '%',',■!:.',''■. .,.„„ .., „„,
tU.t    .....    1......    ...„    k  Ai,        I ..,-.. i   *"'-• .'ii ..".   ■
that we  have ore  bodies of greal  ,,,.  ,;
..„l„„ „.,.l    »l_t    „i   _nlh il,..,. ,ii_   '"IS. ""verliig .. hell  ..[ Inn !  ■
value and  that  al depth tnej are ,,...,:,
_.»..„„.   „., 1    .l.u.,   ,1..,.,    ,„, «l,o   Uan.vi i resell!
stronger  and  richer than  on .lie m„.   ,„,... nam,
surface.    Operations on the Broad*
view are demonstrating   the same.  |
Many other properties which h, v.   ?$j..
been partially opened up show ore ft*S
In sufficient quantities tbat would ■»-"l«**'«*«
1 .V. S.   ' e i 1. .
if thev were situated in some i       r "      • iiiltmlonrrnriandid Worka
..... , ' • l.iu.'1-...i.; W "ik. |..'| .irlini  .1.
district he yrurth fortunes. viotoiio, „ n.i, in,*,.
Don't get  cold feet.   Stavw'Hhj	
your ante and  give some exhihi*   c •*>.—— — - -i.n - .   - ,   -  -
tion of the pluck, endurance and   1    3 ff^" you want id _n. U
intelligence that  man, the noblest   M    | |™    you want to RUY
work  of  creation   is  supposed   ...   1 Correspond ar!tl. the
have. I J   _
Lardean Mine.
Exchange.
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.    All work
Guaranteed.
Oufflldf. BM, Trent Late, B.G
AH the Latest
Magazines on
Sale fit "The
Review." ::::::
Smokers* supplies in
Si"2at» vcr-cty.
asters .n
riffith
*Wil'**V»l*«
-SS.
. Jones
9
Loose    leal   Binders,   Fine   Job
Printii
NELSON, B. C.
4tk
Genera!
Merchants,
u-.J
.
It lias long been felt and  often
remarked that  the  Post-ollice Department  of  the  federal   govern*
ment could  render excellent service in the suppression  of  Uiegiti-
mate milling companies for fraud*
ulent   use   of   the   mails.     From
Steps   now   being   taken   it   would
seem   that  the  agitation for this
assistance is to bar fruit snd that
the  fraudulent  inining   organize,
tion will have a still more difficult
trail to travel      It has been found
necessary  to secure more definite
proof of using the mails to defraud
iprospective investors, and  accord
n gty investigations of alleged pro.
perlies will  be undertaken In con*
nection with the work of the | •> -:
otlico inspector.    Careful . xamin i-
tions will he made   into th   ol I
of the until v comp antes now .*' i I-
ing their literature  broadcast
the country  and   evideno   will be
collected tli al will he useu to break
up pembinations that   now  pi yi
upon the credulity of  the inventor
who is   ignorant of  mining  and
everything that   pertains thorc u
The work of the Postoflice   llepart*
ment has been most efficient  in
copitio   with   s.iiii'.r   oi   thc   m> st
notorious swindlers in the United
i.tii.es, and should pi.ive of inesii*
nml.le value to minim.'.    Mining
Reporter.	
REVKLSTOKK    AS8KSSMKS i
district.
Notice is hereby civ.mi, in nceor*
dance with the status s, thai Provincial llevenue Tax. and nil
sensed Tuxes nnd Income Tax. .is-
sissed nnd l.vir.l under the Asiess*
ment Act aud oineiidllit'ntH, nre
now due and payable for the year,
1900.
All taxes collectible for file Uevelstoke. Assessment l)isi"et arc due
and payable, at my e.'ie■■■. situate
at the Court House, Uevelstoke,
B.C      This notice   in   .   i ins of law
ii equivalent to a porsonti I dfemand
by me to ull persons liable for
taxes.
Datid   at Uevelstoke, B.C., this
22nd day of Jmuary, 191)8.
HlKlV !'l;.\SK!:.
Deputy Assessor and ' ulleptor,
Itcv.ilsioko Asscusmeiit District.
\Ve I av • leveral <   ■  I Pre
tier. list, il "li M llicll _ ... I le: ins
ran I'.' had,
Lardeau *'<*.iri**s K\r'iaise,
i.llke,  i'. ('.
Trout e   City Transfer
' :..:.:._.. :„ :o
% Ferguson
and Stage Line.
%
\ Trout Lake \
-
AND
j Beaton
\ Daily Sta_e wi!I &
leave   Ferguson t,
7 a.m.
i Trout Lake at 8
:. ..*
'.'.
NO
W
WOOD   YARD
in connection.
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
ia lhe lime fir ynu le
ir. Buy Lot*. Never were
Ihe Prospects of Ferguson
ao luiirht.
Ths low. of .ERGU80N
will in. inii. of the Greatest
Ore Producing Camps in the
World. The Iiiiii decree of
miccena ar*hie»eil by the
numerous WEALTHY and
I. ACT1CA1. BRITISH and
A MK RIO AN M IN ING
L'OMrANlES now oiieratiiig
thera h n tnhute lo Hie
den 11. Ions wealth of the hills
u * n u i.i
Lcimoxville
-c5—Hotel.
E. MOBBS. P30P-
i      K OF THK in '.I
• IN-
i i tl, COMPANY.
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IMI   'lo ' ri'. ," " S ... I'r'ir-.il.r.l
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•'.i-l'i ivmeial •       I •      under
i . in earrr
II ,.r rmv ol   llll
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ii|blaexli i  i
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I I  MC   t-)C_vJ I    f-llWMJfn  I
I h   iu i-i '        ipila .    ,,  .I.N I' IN i', HHOE8 !
Hotel and
Centra! Store
Public School, Hospital, and
other institutions, Ezoellenl
Waterworks system. Streets,
Stores nml Residences illumined hy Electricity. Dally
mail tiervioo. The townsile
ia admirably laid out. Cot In
NOW on the ground floor.
Lots can  now be purohased
PROfl
$?5
ui>.
ai_RAR_>
13   C
T0WN5UR AGENT
1 paiiy ,- i >.< i..or.li''.l Hi"•••
\ Mi .1   Into   t v..  Iiuiidr ■ I   thouannil
alinrcn ol n i cli.
|.:r.. I..,,, .o.v   ill
1'iii Province la ail hate nt the town ol
I  ..ui  l.'.l; -, ni el '     I' liielinrl,
■   \ ■ tor,  « In lie
Hume, ia tlm .";,.. nny !'•..  11
\'.i ire ml  I ■ ... I  rauafei   ,, w
MINING SHOES !
•siloi: PACKS I
RUBBERS   •   ■.
OVKRSHOKgl
GERMAN  SOCKS I
im. >
i   I If  yen .li,   | In.Vina
Hi...'!.. i ua                                             Inf any.
The C  illv   limited   lilnf Inllia wa.vnf l»ot***ar l iluuua,br
nml,, - :  \"t                                           """•» n""'
The III limes llieeom-i 	
I'.ini 'i .         nntr i t     nTTin     f*'-,n**in
n(...;or!°i'i..le. in)   band ..   i seal nl   |_|fl   IlJl AL    UilUlj    iSillili!
ullil ■ ai   . clorin,  Tr... ii • nl Hi ill
Uolutnbia, tin" BHt1! ilnv ..(ilet.,I. r, i.
iliouaand nine Iminlren I II re,
-.  V. V.iii'".-..
Iii .Mmr nf Jollll Block t' i
R
Nelaon, IJ. C,
ANDREW   A
CO.
J. Leckie Co., Ld! J. Y. Grii in & Co.
Selling Agents,
VANCOUVER      -      PC
Mnil ' nleiH ear"'.illy r*ii'l promptly
nii.iii'el |n. Agent fur Sliiler an.l Nel-
I ie''..I Blioi I,
Celebrated Brand*,  of   Usui, Bacon
and I'lIK*,
_.J   NELSON,
A. II. HKYl.ANl),
ric'iviNf'IAI   i.ami SDRVCT0V
Miii-rnl I  r. ma Surveyed
POPLAI    v.ssmi.
M
HENRY FLOYD L
RRVELSTOKE, B. C. 9
MnWlmYmiVtAi'mtimUi
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9
TCbc Uotcl Beaton
BHA TON.. B.C.
I
YlilTOltS arriving at lleulon fthe tlirealiold of the I.ardean)
via Arrow bead, will Iiml thia Hotel to ba fully equipped
for hiith-class trade,    lr.x.-ellent accoin modal inn.    A well
appointed and Spacious dining ball.    Theoeat of Winea.Spiiita
and Cigars.    I'eraonal itlpervlslon ia given to the requirements of
palrona. V'ifitorn In the I ardeau ran rely on nom'ortat this hotel.
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
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STYLE Af.D<aRACE
RUBBER    FOOTWEAR!
Maple Leaf City Rubbers ara made over foot-form
limbs iiinl follow exactly the new shoe model",
They are the acme of pei feci inn in stylish Rubber
Footwear.
Laities ask   your   dealer   t..  show   you the new
" Calve " and " Melha " designs with Cuban Heels,
or the now " Lily " and   " Rose "   models   for
I'i'eneh IIpels,
They are jusl a bil mure graceful and chic than
anything you have seen bei..re.
J.   LEOKIS   CO.,   LTD.
i
VANCOUVER, B.C.        -      -      -       Selling Age;  s  ;
Legal Notices.
CMTiriCATKS'OF   IHPttOVKMI N I'.
(TOTICB
SoMin Chest No. 2.. (iolden Olie I N ■•
I Fraction, and Lidie mineral claims
•Hualn III Ilia IrOllt l.ak« Mining 1'ivi-
llmi of Weat KOntenay district.
Where located'! One and ..in' ball
miles sortth-wesl lr<.m the town • ■!
Poplar, It. C
Take notice that I, John Keen, free
ralner'a certifies! ■ No.
slitv days after date ber   il, to q.plyto
lhe Mining Eecordei lor Cert .
improvements for the pa     ise of obtain'
in-     iwn grants of the above els
And (nrtlier take  notice  tii*.
aarltr section  S7 musl   be commenced
before tli* isnun
Improvements      Dahdth.i Slatdarol
October, A. _., 1005.
Nnr.05 JOHN  KI    S
NOTICE.
I   ii Edwards  mineral claim, situate
In tli" 'I runt I .ake   'I i ling   Diviai in ul
West K isy diatri it.
Wbere I.   it. I   • In Ml ver Cup mnin
tain. at. nit 1S   miles  from  Bill      I
mine.
I eke notice that I, Frederick '
i   M I     No    1188042, acting a*
fur  John W.   Westfall,     ,    I
Ko.   B*)7B04,   intend,    sixty    days   foitr.
to   apply    In    lie*
for   a Cor till   ite ol
Improvements,   for   iho purpose ol oh
tabling s Crown (irant of the above
.1 nd  farther  take n itice thai
.in l-r   SeC ::-.].'
| before the lai        i       uch Certificat.
nf  I ItS.
Dated tl.ia Utb day of Aug.,*,D
It—I
Reduced to FIFTY
CENTS  A YEAR
flew He
Woman's
Magazine
rnrmerly
One
Dollar
'Tins la l i . nd I • I
1     Fashion   Mapiuine  now   before the American publlo.   II shews
New Ideas In Fashions, In Millinery,
In Embroidery, in Cock::.
Woman's Work nnd In Ri •
beautifully Illustrated In coli i
In black and white.    Above g      II
ahowsthe v-iy fashionable New Ilea
Stvlbs, mads fi m New Idea Patterns, whloh c .i only lOc. each.
Send Five Cents To-day
lerastntli eonrol ihe Nam li saWoman's
Mai..." whet irra.i value
ler il.o money li cai
th? ui.w idea publishing co.
01 fl   Broarlw.y.   H*w   York.   >'.    Y.
_.ii«
11   pays   I"   mi"   the   Tf*l<*|.|inin*       A
lengthy trip con often be saved, Offices
ui Ferguson: Cummins' Store ; Trout
Lake, Post Office ; ai'.. At Ueaton, Ccm-
tplix uml Arrowhead.
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Balmoral Hotel.
•"■"i •*M'***r a,xfr**n*«1*>a> ——MM i»ai i iiPTiwsswses
Im an/ ■*   -1 _ ■****» -**• rjL»_».. in .w.-.__-. j-eee*.****1***™.*!'! i\"*-*m-JSlain
*LW
;
Ifour Local Paper
;s a necessity to you, finan
and socially. A NEWSPA
of GENERAL CIRCULATION;
Ining thc latest nev.s of the
v. crld, is equally necessary to
you. The "up to date rr.cn" v/iil
provide himself with these two
r.tccisarics.
In
HE   TWICE-A-WEEK
Sanitarium
ARROW   LAKF.   15. C.
CMBMfc»_»
Under   New  Management*
HARRY McINTOSlI.
Of the IJoffmaim House, Roisaland,
Proprietor.
VgHtors tn  Kergnsni  may  rely upon tli* very beat nf
H(veiiiin..!ati..ii at tin* well-known h.ittl    Kooms ara
well   fnniialit'.l   tbtougbuut.    The  Har  j* stocked with
a nhoiie aaaortureiit of palatable ijiiancbera.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
ji
BO  YEARS'
5Cf EXFEn.'ENCE
■1. • DO O
Moat  complete he*!i!i   resorl ^n j
I o     ■ nl, America.   Ac-
ions  fur    Hi)  '/units,     Good
- and bunting.
* Ji, 00 to |llt.00 pur week, aeeoi -
to residence in  hotel or villa.*.   .*.
doctor in atisadaiics,
For further particulars apply to
Harry Mcintosh, Prcjirietr
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS.
1   .■'
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saw r..'r*K*i
'-\"* t!lC10N8
Cor.ii:ia..rs ic
•.'.11   V.   ...   UKI.1NUI. .. NElf
NOTICE.
i - ' [ueen mineral  i' ilm  situa'i'
It     :     ■   •
V.--1 Kootenay diatrict.
Where locsli I    (».. **iiver i 'up mountain, about l',  n.iloa frum Silter Cup
•.
• ..tire that 1, Frederick (.'liarles
I        .  F.M V.  N<*.  BS8M2   *. I
.. Charles  L. Conp, F.M C,
Charles   Mel
.   Ill,   ami   John   W.   W
3ft)   I •   '
...
Minini Reei   ler t..r   n .'•■•
«    or tne pin
lllllin'    - ,i   ..in it   .'f   the    nn iv.-
I'lai il.
er ' i. 'hat «"iir.n,
47. moai
the i.suar...'     . ■
I
W : • ti Inokitip for a plac • lo
your holiilavr*, baa*  iu mind
that Tri'iit   Lake   ii
ideal   summer   re.ii.rt.
-i" n.'ry and climate an- magnificent
r.. James <;rant, It. »i. M.iri.
■ '.  nr   to   «•
they may bat
t-reft iu the *-'!ate ibineral',;.-.
Tako noli.-.* tha*  1, Ihe ni
r with j
■
■iw^en Rai rreeks
in t!i» Trout  !..< .
Kootenay,   have  perform
■     •   .   ir
i on  the i    ■ •■
an  '.'.'HI a-.!   ;
•  ■ ,- .••        nr rei-tion 'JI
-, Act, •      ths    eats for
■
•   I
you notice ibat i. within90days
■
■
under and by virtu* ol section I
let, isoo.
I   1 .ike this iTih 'lav of
July.l JAMI.S S.NKI.I.."
i   -Owner.
SPOKESMAN-REVIEW     wiil
be found thc very latest news of
the world, its matter including information on politics, corr.rrerce,!
agriculture, mining, literature, i 3
well aa the local happenings :.i.
'he'states of  Montana, Cr-.-^c i,
Idaho, Washington, and the prcv- ,
nee of Eritish Columbia.   Ir
iition, its columns for womc-\ i s
jopu'.ar science articles, its short
ind  continued stories, its  "A;t-
.wcrs   to   Correspondents,"   and
'Puzzle   Problems" combine   to
form a home newspaper that at
51.00 per year can nowhere be
excelled.
'   •  .p. rvj ti... . >m.thing lo nil—* farm.
-»■       '\        "...  '. ■ ■ r..       i.r
I uy Kmtthlav,   Thi bt«t po*     ... ,
■..       paople who wta-i y or »-n
Iwwrl   t « mull aSt.rtlMmci
.rfi.li Rovlaw,    Th. i>r'.. o li tli. wn,. la
I   ■ nd  Ih. T*l . \
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Review Job Bcp6,
1 or Hieh-Class Work.
A
Pointer
Mr
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE
Place to Stop at
iv*.;
kt •• :,.*■' . rf.MBJr.ttr*Al -.-tmj
.... ii f7<-*J * '. (I.rr-fcn
'      * tioin* •
■.I  V  ■       ■ '.   ■■ :>tfiiu'
•lis.
.c^ln,*.:.::ii A Cu. reooin
wye, in tho
-.lean*
Rroklr.   l.nrvtt^tir-
i     n i,-91 *
. . t, Sold ti*"i»!l Tf#*rftrttMltn,
^r?*Co.M,B,wdt*-*KewY.f-f
li.. ;i •*. Cfc r Bt, iruhliifotfc ii. i.
WHEN IN KOS6I.AND.
Davis (3b Locier
Prop«.
Roval   Hote!
I Fancy Bar.
II .Uualc^: CirtrrtsiBraont
Bulletin  Beard, Worlu's
MlalntNewa.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* L-_k* Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Sublet tt Trout* L*kt.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
E. L. MOr-AND, -  F
'ROP.
!   *!***-
Ur
l%ce\\e\\t      cccmincdffition
B^sti Liquors
And Very finest Cjtsrs   ES
Jdm Simpson,      Proprietor.
Lardeau
Hotel
to
G*andy Lau^hton
I'roprletur.
il i \  visiting   Fargn on you
i  l(l«  1...1" BU
Hotel.    Iln**  tin*   \ - i. r
"/_M, .-nrnniiiilril   with
• D ^j ■■!'"-     Es
* 8    tin - n.'.    well   '- •■'
a     llll       !'    ..IIIK.       Wl'll
stocked bar,  and  i-\. i i icli
ie '•• making your vi-it a
pli'ii.-ant ami memorable
Flutes from $1  ii.iv  'ij.wnr.la.
Wi  strive ..■ please ..'.r patrons,
FERGUSON.
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MACKINNON  and
SUTHEELAND
:."■'-*
.
Oeneral
¥..::■. :'v"  "'■•
I
X ijJQ/Vjr
wm - - b. c.
heon   f.irtnnra
THERE liriTr tieen inrttnips
iniido by judicious invest-
in.: t i.i Real Eatata, and
more fortuiiM will bo mads th*n
ever the ivxt two or Ihrt-e yrara.
Tho "ii" win. raupa tbe hiirrest ia
tho original in^anlor, for he Ii»h
his in.iiii'*/ ou a certainty.
Now Irt us point oat to you that
.' i.' IM belter ipot On  \\\r ('i)ll-
;;i"iit 11> buy I.<*al iCstati* tluu
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake ir* tha j.r_ui-*atsp'.t
in 'In \\ .ronaya; .\r a pleasure
rp*< ; i it '. i.- no equal. Boating
ami fin'.ii.i' nny he indulged in
the v.'.ir round ; whi!.* big gOUie
in a'uii.l.i: r*e t1* to tho found nu
th*<   hi _S.       IU   I'linmte i-  aupriiki,
t ore bi i'i.; i." great oxtremes, n -
. mild in winter and cool^n'
b asl cf a..iii,^' f
■li.' tin t In lels and residencoa in
!'. *:. ' 'nl nii'i'.i. It'< str-**tH aro
well laul .mi iiii! pradi d. Tl .'i '■
are two excellent general atorea,
aud a glance ai tin* advi rtia«*tnunts
in tiiis journal will kIhitv thai all
trades are fairly well represent .!.
Write wiih ri.uli'!.'nre to Agents.
mil
>__s*-*
-T'T-*
Lots can he
obtained on
EASY  i
TERMS.
Make your j
s_Ieci_oi_ at
once.
••  ••
at ••
Tfc«n caH on
or  write to
H. McPherson
Agent-
TrOllt* Lflka, BX.
jaasr
or
m
M
!T has nevsr had • " boom "—its
growth haa been steady. It Is
tin head if navigation, and
ths terminal of the Lardn branrh
of the C.r.R. All roads (In the
Lardean) lead to Tr.nt Lake. It
la the con.*, "•rrial c^n're of tha
rich* a' t> iiifral liMriet Ol th"
ror.tinciit, and haa ha. tn y f^rili-
ttes jir. v.ih'ri by ih* Iujei1*!
Pant o'- Cai »ds ; first-cist* srhoc1
affiurnr. I'a'.i n under the «ir*c-
tlon nf 6. Shannon, B.A.; * co"ii
water system J ec'V*r*m.»'Ut i.flir*» ;
County four: SfttfoffS' M> th dial
Epiarojal «:d An|*licartchufdas
and cottage hoeHtal,
Ther*' are rn ua'1' ;»-<•! U't'i.
on the outskirts uwaitlhfi settiftts,
Ita lumber resources are n ai:i"C
cet't, and a 1 »n<i na* nill »<tl a
capacity of.60.000 fi. ier i'ay is a»
tl e i ead of th* ake. Tl e n li.ei*
Iii. utuiy are ^ntlng rut higpir
jrodncniH every year, wi'.h i»w
proapects opening tip rich bodies of
ore.
There will be a hig rush this
yearT ao if yon would know
mo|Pj write at ones to cither of
the agent* at the addresacs h.low.
f
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.O.
/r \
m
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Tlie rcprcsentatii
of the rii'h I,;inli'*|
I'ounfrv.     Sent
any address for I
per an, in ndvanc
No. _al
tMtt%t1trt$G$xf$t
cal and General.
>$$#$%■''-\>h
Tretheivry, who has \i
ioW of stution agent U
i departure of P. T. Al
Wed-neaday for Nels
Hm relieved bvH.J. Hifl
bo noticed that Ihis in
hat Inrgor (han our
*v*e hopo  our patrons
:haiige, which will  be
ie paper in future.
—all smiles—is not it
ror Mobbs,of Gerard, thj
Villi the mill moving!
I, the Lennoxville Htj
ght in it—fairly in it.
rouble in Zion city. Doi
the bounce and genej
Voliva has got his job./
ock IV.  wae successful
last  Saturday on Tr<j
Valter Phelan'.
has got in this
tts, vegetable and gard
lowering bulbs, cloi
, and  Clarden City la
.rchdeacon Beer, of Ka
d services in the Anglis"
ait Sunday.   The serv|
ral and some exceedii
iic was rendered.
toward Crosby gave a
ie Methodist church
night entitled "Ar
hern IJ. C. Indians."
aa illustrated  by lan(
There  was a  very
ce.     The rev. gentle^
iducted   services    in
it church on Sunday.
who have books from]
re earnestly requestc
tem without delay.
rades Committee will
lay night at 8 o'clock,
idance is requested.
, L. Masterson, Secret
ferry, of the Silver
Wednesday's Doat   fi
liday trip.
Parker,    inspector!
and   measures, is
nnual inspection trij
Levesque is leaving i
[lleasurc  trip throug
Bt provinces.
your eye on the Las
mining ileals  aro
that tho Provincial
sitting, the Nelson
out the columns of
mgo which was nam.
evel-headed reader,
ing us news—and tln|
lie manner.
Slinger and Joe H»j
wn for a day's  fisliu
They secured somrj
llson.
(turns has  returned
• trip to the eoaRt cili
ur Evans has scctj
'tense for hi* h>tel at!
X) tneiiih rs liavo bi
ind thc grand opanll
istSatur.l.y. Wo
tb success.
Olson begun his ass<!
tvthc Aurora at 8-1
Uw  26th   inst,   tho
'ill give a Imslret Hall
ve  operations   cont^
acer   grounds.   A
i made in a few day«
SEEDS
SEEDS
^mmrmMmmmwMmmwmmmT **^C
.cry auccessful dar
l the Alexandria 1i|
laat Monday night.
—;—'*— I of tlie Uourlny  1'ianiTITrui, will he — _._.
Thc  monthly   clean-up   of the in Trout Lake at the end of thu      With ihe appearanoe
Eva mill at Camborne for March month.      Arrange to have your and the snow roads breaki
wan between $4o00 and $5000.       |.piano tw-ed.
«Umg is not all honey tt -.Mi.
/   "'
I    i
^ab Printing of every description will be falth^lly^xecuted
l   . ,. • ., .i: . i.i w 0*CI ir.i'frft-o-tx*,^
;: I City Brag Store j j
Ferguson
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
Coatraoli entered into for parkin*' nl Mining Ruppliei, ecc,
m an* peini in tin' district,
Good, prompt service, ami any work undertaken imarautt'id
■all (.factory.
S. DANEY, Prop.     Ferguson.
W.  Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
II. ml Office :
TORONTO,   ONI'AKlo.
Get a Home
Foi   Yourself.
Don't Pay ReivL
Easy Terms.
67b n WILKIE, P.L.S..
Provincial Land Burveyor,
Mineral Claim* Surveyed
and Crown Oranta Obtained
CAFITHL  Pa ID   UP.   $3 300,000.00
RESERVE   FUND . .  .11...1.,,
TOTAL  ASSETS       30.OOQ OOO 00 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
|. R, Ull Kit, Proiident. ROBERT J AFFRAY, Vlce-Prea,
BRANCHES   m the JProrlnrei nl Alliertn, Saakatcliewan,  Britldi Columbia,
Manitoba, Ontario ..inl ijt>. iieo,
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TKANSACTED.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.—lli'lmiita rwi'ive'l anil inl.-r-il allowed at 111
current rate iron, date ol opening ol account.
O'-nn. Rntd available In nil parte nl Uatiada.
Uulted Btatee umi Rumpe.
Bpeclal attention given i Ileetloni ....a
Mlnlne ll.iiiit".
Till.I I  I.AKiC  BltANI II —
I. ll. BAKER,
rtanager,
L-t-IOAU
I' K K I) u. i'. 1.1, in'FT,
i
UARItlSTKlt, NtlTARV
I'llll.ir, ETC.,
Tronl Lake, B..C,     and ForRunon.
i...ii. s. MiCiiiiir, ,1    A. Iliirvry
.\   M, I'lNICIIAM
HARVEY MARTER & PINKHHAM
SOLICITORS, li'iv.
REVELSTOKE   r_. C
Hol|ult..rn lor Imperial Bnnkofl.'aiiude.
W. I. UHHiUH .1. M  RCOTT, i i. ii.
Scott &. Briggs
liiin !►•.■■» iiinl Snlii Itorfl
8nllt*itori for Mot* m'a Bank.
PEVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
PHOl'HIKTABV
Ml£ Ul (JINKS
I'llKSi I'H'TIO.N
WORK.
a
Bohool Supplies,
Toilot Artiolei, j
BTKICTLY0A8H
1
I i**-;     A FULL LINE OF CHOICE STATIONERY.
I * ***- Ij |
,. ......    .   ,,. » .- -. -,. „.; r .     .j,, .  i*. ; r O Jt' ?>-ni 42 </_ C :-* -f*^ m]
J
u.
tu.ia.uc. - N.n Resort om.f^;
riiiui Lake, ii i
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO   LTD
•Hardware, Ulnars' Hv. pliee, BIovm
end Kau_i»
NELSON,  B C
Nil
len.lera lor  Miuvral "claim lorfette I I.
the Crown.
Tendere will be received by Hit- nu
deraigned up tn 1- oclock, noon, on
Tuesday, tlie 6th day ..I February, IDOH,
lor the purcl.aai ol tbe llmle*rui>-it 11..n..I
mineral clein.e. erhteh were forfeited I"
lhe Crown el 11.*, lux Suit* held In the
Government ■ ■ rti.-.- at Ki- .. 111.., mi
the "lb day ol Deoember, l«04.
To be eontidsred, til ii-inlet- nm*: be
at least e.|iiul to i in- npeel price, an
given below, wl.ii-b i* o.ii.ivalrnt 1.. thi
anionnl Inr wbirb nidi claim, could
have been re ptiM-haeeil bv the earner*
un the 30th nl.lune. I'JOft, lOfSttter wit li
ibe lain, win. li have accrued nine* tli.
tax aale, lhe sort >>( tdvaittsin| I.n
tendere. end Orsrwa Qrant lee.
Claim Im Ni. l'i...-t price
Coneolulati'd Vi^iuih (808     |48,0
_lk MS       (0 H
Speculator I'.Wl       44 00
Each teinlrr in.i.t bt accompanied bj
a certified cbsqoe lor tl.e lull smounl
ibereol, payable al pat at Kh-I... Ii
lavor nt tin- .in.leieigue.1 The • I., .im.-
ol all unaiicreaatiil lendorsrs ».11 be Immediately returned.
R. E.CHIPM in.
Qoveramett Agent, Kaalo, a.i
H.   N. Coursier
1 R8VKLKT0KE, B. C
Wl RI    INSURANCE
LOHtiKt   PAID   PR.0M I' I I. *i
Write lor Rain.
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stable
Saddle, rack and Curlai** Horaaa Alwava for Him
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
*r ':-"     -      _    H
X.   .'    ■ ' ' .'J/*
I it;-1 I: VI',
RIGHT OF WAV   FOR   RAILWAYS,
ETC.
Notice in hereby >_ i \. * -11 thai all Crown ,
landa along the located line* .1 any rail* I
nny, power, "i   tramway i   inpany. in- '
■nl !■". K'.-.l      il".!rr    rllllli,Tl! v    nl       t he I
1 • ,r   '.inn.' nl ilii"  I'n.r im r. anil liav. !
Inn   ii  * iiiiii   nl   iiii ■,        'i     h'l'l iiii imii I
.•iii,' i.i saiil linaa. ara reserve.I loi
i I ■ ,i\' pnrtioaen for r-u. h railsay, i ower
hi tramway companv.
tt*. -  GTlRl'.
Deputy Com  of Land   anil '■'   • I *
I hii.Ih a Works Dept.
Victoria B.C., 3rd Oct., 1908
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  EJ   C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Heaflpartcrs for Miumn and Court] Mcb.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CUAS9
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROP     ''
BmBW&WB^SBWBSSBmBWBBBSKtJ
| TKe Lardeau Brewing
Company
Till.I  I    I.AK K    I ODOK    I   0.0. F
NO. 41
_     I . Una* I"'1'' In
SV     ii  i]M   iw-i   Hall   ■
r.i.'sil.i. nlihl «'   -
_m^»   i-    ..'iti'. k      ,'Ulli,i.-   ■
-*.>Vv'l.>*5*       »'-      ' '
^**^»
!
Dally etsne leaves   R«>ai..n ri IS o'clock for Tronl l.nke FWguaon and Camborne
Leavee .srgnson, via Trout Lake Inr Beaton nt 7 am.
        iiiiintli.	
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Sojourning Brethren rnrdiallv invited.
Branch Stables at Trout Ukf, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne \{i r,^,,,,,,,,..,.,   yv campbell.W.M.
I- M Bh.pheril
TUSCAN    I.i'"<  i
No. U^
■     _____________
'■■.     'x nioranay •-...
Lager Beer
and Porter.
Draft <8b Bottled.
i*iSESSE_SSBSgBSSH5EB_$B_3BSEBS E
ii ii
OK
; Eafbct" Sbop
lull A —
<liH.il Shnve or Hair Cut
i \i.i on -
SEEDS
n-.iu.i -us
Starhe)? Si Co.
wholemi.i: DEATJCS8 la Batur
EClia.    Che*-i'.    Ptinlme    and   Frail
Hooel.in Bk.,J i..'|.l,iii* M Ration,B.C
William Schnell,
*
■
Hot and Cold Baths
A. .OUI.lKlil. .... A.lllll..I
J 0. MURRAY,
rROUT ! \K) . B. c.
lllll-
.r rooipanya'  intereata carelnlli
lookf I after.
A _ imi I |.<r (it>n iln*.'. I'i:,i.".
NOTH I
[dinaiy   annual   p nsrsl
Priuirixii' llol.l Min
Ltd.   Liab.,  will U
5iTir.' 1.1 the Cofnpiatir,
Trout Lake, B.C., on  .ridaj  Feb
' mar/ 2m\. 1906, »t  li.'Hi pn) . f„r
' the iiur|M.H.' cf sleeting ulreoion
lor   the   mining   year   and  sunh
other biipinccH»- may be properly
' brought Ih ii.rc tin meeting.
J. jjf, IIItLER, Bec-TreaA
Dated at Trout   Lake, 111'   '^iiil
day ..I Januiiiv, 1-KXi.
Imperial
Barber Shop.
I'.r i,'m..|  Hairriiltnip ami
tr-llHVril'.' |(i.   In
C. A. CHEESEMAN
iin.11 LAKtcmr
Hoc and   CoH   Baths.
l_S_fi_8
The B C. ASSAY and CHHICAL
5UHPLY C , Ltd
Vaxcocvsa. B. 0
llend(|i,artere lor AsSSyerS, Mil niennil
Mill Supplier s. It Sfsnti in B '
Morgan Dmcibll (>. . BattSfMS. Kntr-
land; P. W. Hrann A Co.'e Pslsnl l.iry
Kiirnacee, Burnfia, rti IV.n. An.a
worth A Co.'e Kiue Balancee, etc., etc
SEEDS
Garden and   Vegetable
Onion Setts
CLOVER
LAWN GRASS
 S3SK BESB	
Flowering
Bulbs
TIMOTHY
A. G. FRASER, S_J_?
SEEDS
=SEEDS
V.M. Westfall & Co.
Miami Kroht-v
Minimi PrDwrtlM Bmuaru*4 (Hi
Mi in" it ml 1'i.h.i.. ( 1* Kiuuhl ami Hold,
Miti|tiKl'r<'i.i rtiwLookfd Ml* rtet Nuti*lt«Kl*
ilrtitk.
' -ar I     l-.Opp
Urvonlhit* Ulfliv
Trout Uke, ll.C.
Hssa_iii(i *
LAKEViEW HOTEL
TROl r LAKK   B.C.
 Mwrnt	
Ooldand Bilver $■-• oo
Hllrerand Lsad       2 M
Copper ....   1 00
ZUm        IIM
5   SHANNON, Kssayer
Tnitit l«ke 11 '•'
|1M1 3ar well Supplied with Liquors A, Cigars
l*argr OomforUbla Bootm.   EicelJent Ouiein* and Atteixlunce.
uioiti__ii ci Levesque   -   -   Props
.1
RBurns&ColF.B. Wells,
WHOLESALE   ANP    UKTAII.
Meat
Merchants
li.'iilfi* in all kinda of Froah Ment
TBOUT LAKE,B.C
REVXL8T0KB, DC.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH   PMCt5   PAID

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