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VOL. 1
TttOU'I  LAKE CITV,  P>.   C,   DEC.   16th  1904.
No. 6.
The Triune is
Booming.
,OPM]  i
UK VI
IN   TUNNEL
AN   EIGHT
Ferguson Items.
4
Then. Ourrle was iii from Revel-
last Friday.
•'-.     Wanted   Immediately.—A   mill
The masquerade hall on the26th for every hil1'
inst. will ho a very jolly affair. -NlllM' Haner is in town on u
Rev. E. K. Sharp conducted se
INCH VEIN OF CLEAN ORE
OF HIGH GRADE.
A REDUCTION  PLANT
Nurse   ILiner is
rofessional visit
There   is   about  2  ft. of " the
ccs iu tl,-.diai f'«"' Sunday even. |,t..lUtifll] » in Ferguson.
Our little French barber is now
Lake Locakts.
;V tfcr TaVssV ■
tftLSeV-SsV t£? x£? 3#L.
For
Oi
nt of Low-Grade
• I.   The Tram to
in the Spiing.
• • -It of development don.
Jim K.y. who i
the   Laid.an.   arrive.
couver on Tuesday.
A nice lamp, a fancy ladies1 foliar or belt will tnuke a nice Xmas
present,   Masterson, Griffith & Co
" The   ladies   of   ihe   Methodist
church beld a very entertaining At
well-known in ^^IZfatTito Coronation I Home a< !,,e re"idenco "f,!"' Rev
Van",hotel, Camborne. 'V K' s':;ir'"   ,1"r:''- ,!l" ,:i!'*'"
lend   of   last    week.     Music   .ind
A Trout Lake
Shipper.
Y< ur CI ristruns  dinner will not
be complete unless you aid in the
digestion   theieof by    amijcing a1
Royal Seal.
J. \X. Westfall is leaving shortly 	
for the coast, where fco will spend  HIGH-GRADE ORE FOUND IN
THE LUCKY BOY AT THE
DEPTH OF 100 FT. ON THE
THIRD LEVEL.
tho wiii'er and incidentally secure
•ionic outside capital for the devel-
ipment of Lardeau mining claims.
pr. entins the Fit
jew-
Flelschman,
-eler, paid a
the wandering
business trip to
ti.n
i' \i
e.\t
il
\ I
Willi.
Tl i
I llliliel
II III  I I'
ll
III   W   ■ I! ,l
ill   \    III"
the Triune i- prov-
• sa to u remarkable
vol 1;  now going on
- ■ pencil up nn 8 in
which oi\e> val-
i   tun   lying ou the
her v> in on the
• ■•   ..' oui imir iticbei
.1-1. averages the a tm<
XV. Miiiiru, i
Reform Clothing Co., was in town! t0wii on Thursday,
for several   days   this Week on  the,     G(.0     Henry    '?hhcT<   ,;f    ],.,
rusUc ; nlso visiting several mines | Koo,ennv .. Ki;hcr ^^ f;Ulii.   ;.
.1. II. Wilson ("Scottie"), who! spending his holidays in town,
has been for the past month stay-     j„9. Brady, su]d. of the Oregon
Leon  Hot Springs, re- group, was down from the mine on
Sunday im- Thursday.   He left the same day
for a business trip t > Reveistoke.
of the recent I    MrB. Anderson, of the half-way
gam '8   ivi i •   indulged in
v> ry  pleasant  evening   spe
thi lai{i*i number pres nt.
freshmenta wore   serve I   i
tuc even inc.
A.    G.    Frascr's    windows   are
Hie 1  Hi's  week   with  all ul ii.
delicacies  of the season.    Every
at  Ihe St.
tinned   t..  town   oi
proved physically.
Bob Graham, on
md n i ,., . .     , ,
part of the 'universe  has been cal-
•   led on to citei to the wants of n«r
.'     citizens.     Figs and  raisins  from
"rinc ., i ,      ..       a
° the sunny Blopes of southern spam,
oranges and ! mons from vrliero
.Johannes   Rouudqnii.,   an  old the alligator samples the festive
resident of Trout Luke, father of piccaninny, confections and-fancy
Mrs A. G. Cedarstaff, passed away biscuits from the cant  belt, rosy
$30,000.00  TO  DATE.
A New Strike of a 12 Inch Vein of
Good Shipping Ore made
in No. - Level.
arrivals from Camborne, met with house this week purchased a t. im
nn incident at the Silver Cup one j of horses, harness. Bleigh, and a
1 from freighter
k.     lie fell down a
and was exceedingly
This
i'
uncxp ct-d by
t ,ey had «j--tit- j The many
. i- tl .-y would | Little will be
-. . v ng in tlit . hit health hi
nnel   N ■    :; i-   '" -t  since be
day  tl.i^   w
small shaft
fortunate in getting out with only
a shaking
winter's f.
friends i i Charlie
sorry te barn that
-   n en none of thi
left   r  r.-n-.n.    He
felt  i
mil
WHI    be
' 1 ".'
. f
t. Wl fi
mad
■ '<
. t'lllt..-'
..(  this
has I ..ii a martyr to the pangs "f
rheumatism f-.r Ihe past month,
and he hop - that the waters "f
St. Leon, whi n h ■ is now staying,
;   : ■.,   e i it i will effect a cure,
.t t tore i- 190
n un I  betwe. n ;
Iron
which ore
The Choral Society i* preparing
a fine programme to take the place
of the regular preaching  servic"
nd sui pd which Christmas night     The muaic is
anj -■ sjetoflOOLj th(. my lat(>l um, absolutely
finding .f th-orc|th(,   Bjost   op-to-data   Cbristmas
music published.    The place the
icn'.y     ,'"'
be \ r\ plea _
mission fee will not be charged, il
will be well worth one. so everybody tmi-t g-> prepared t«> make a
goo I Christmas offering.
Even Letter than we expected is
programme t" be given by the
children on Christmas eve.   Great
I alns have been taken by Mrs. It.
II Battey in rehearsing the kiddies
'alley.
Dave Morgan came |n from the
Surprise group on Wednesday
night He reports having seen a
" strange l»'ar " on the mom.'
Geo.   Ross.   Poplar.
Wednesday,
gold camp i-
bas been for several  months,
that it must and surely will be a
great city.
last Monday m< rning at thi
Queei b holt l. The old gentleman,
whose kindly and simple nature
had endeared htui lo bis many
riend-i iu ibe community, was followed io his !.■■• !■■; ng place by
i ' rge number of C'ti-tns who
were anxious to pay to his ashes
tin it-peel  and   in.nor due to one
.-.ii
• -  from  the   provini o where
grow fish,   nlii'Oid--   rndwjl-
th i; were picked and BhtUed
n-   u
HV
of  scant
graj ea thai make th
sonny Italy feel hom
plea free.
attire  and
nativi
itok.   Sam-
^^ c-:in,.. in ,,!
He rejMirts that th
livelii r now tl
;    •   !.   He  died   at   t'i« ad- u khan ^ N
[vatctd see of 71 years from an  .,
attack of gri;i.    We extend out
A representative of the Review
took a trip through tbe Lucky Boy
a few days ago. Tuis property is
owned and o] rated by the Chestnut Ilili Mining Co., of Philadelphia, who have as tb ci r representative here, T. E. Ebrebart, who
ns well as being a practical mining
man, is also a surveyor.
The property is developed to a
The following ia from n report of | depth   of  215   feet by an incline
shaft, fit in which levels are run at
point* 50, 100. and 1G0 feet from
ihe surface. The first level is run
in Teet to the  right aud 120 feet
—b— an    interview  granted   bv F. L.
univcistily likeJ and y,-- ,    .. ,       .,. .,
-' hlln-tt to the Nelson Tribune :—
the  I. •
r John
or both,  in!-;
to the left, from which the greater
■ev is doing well.1
„  Houston,  Fred. C .
and syrnpathy t» Mr. and  Mrs. Cedsr- ,,,,.„.„.„„  mixing  ,on,...... else! part of tbe ore shipped has been
staff iu their b.-avy low. w get the to] i raphyof the
An egg omelet is to Joe Kirk- ; . '■ or perhaps
Tom   Baldwin  sm.wshocd down pa trick what a juicy whistler is t-
if   Lis   losing   his
1.1     tie
:     ft  Of
;. r •  n
ra .■•«  iii.it   tin
ore _.. r-
I.".
, ii.'twithi-l:'! tl• 11• - ,i 1
i* i .   . ■
■
*    :l*
-i r ■
1    poasimibt • it'i tin ,
the ore b »li' s of t'ic
f nu 1   only »n  the
- .
Ai o
1'ier, ... No, -1 tunn !.
tl    the same 'c.ld.
1. ■ i .-t.    Tii's ton-
al'y alwut   150 fee
and it i- reasonable
1   -■.,.-
it ibe arms grade ol
•i ouotert d when in I
'. .   t le 1
•
1      „ 1
to   t'.c   hig'i  \i nil
i miue has pi a tical
lv   ,      •
i
oucentratitig  ore   in
'
i
>   r.Hlit   III      11 tr..
duct ion
of a
mill  pact.    1 d ■ •!
•• t   .nl inns u« that
ir..tn the Triune mil • • .
Tom believes that the T
be  the    " richest    thing
country."     There i- now
snow on Triune mountain.
There were rumors in the air
Tuesday night that Bill tfa
i had met with a pun accid.
. I-
1 • programme willi_^-___-_-_-_-____________________
.  I    ■ | ,       IMHIUir-* .    li'li-lt,,   «■•■   ftlO.lt     .
.    Altlu'Ugh an ml-1      »    f
a result of the " Letper farcw. II "
In- was nnly literally shot to pi
a hunery   silver-'ip.   but—well, hirsute appendage that so aff.
not quoting Jim cow, urnd- Fred.
.-/ i rbida- bowiver, mbbed of    Tbe " At   Homo" giren  by the
many figures ufspe c»i and inter- odd! Hows on Friday night wasa
jections it r     tved  itsc I   ino a _ery  pleasant affai.-.   The enter- «-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_—
t  was goud, tainmeut was planned as a farewell l Vl1-
n  fact, so to Bro. J. Schmitt and family, who     In the drift to the right a body
■  are   li xt   week   f >r   the "fo-e 12 inches in width, averag-
taken. The Btcond level has been
tlrifted ou for a distance of 100
feet to the right and 190 feet to
i ni this level the ore iH
i xposcd for a distance of nearly
.'I feet At the end of the 190
f ol drift a winze is being sunk on
the ore to connect  with the third
llarnnnl  I rilly. manager
i • r 'at Northern Mines, Ll I.,
town a couple of days thi
He left on Wednesday I
ami after   visiting  II..--
of   the
was in
• r       ;ii  'I. it   t
d— ahem,  v. ry.
wa* biilf.     t :   \
.-•■f binutit n of t
c. at pi cket,  inst
;i.-b, mad
j l.ni.in U t.., .
gn -play—n-   at
coil isc—.
-   ,\      I tlial
	
I
' arjd didn't appeal to likfl the color of ,„
ntry,when M    - h
:       i .
8 to :   ,, ,.. , no  f tie
"t  •       '"   a c mp. and has   I'd
performer   ol ,   ; Gold, Guinea <i >ld, nnd i'.d o
'alt .   ,.„j -rn« n. prime favor-
•l ''  ,l ' ■•''■'■ i.t    with  the boys, in  fact   with
lo  nut him. everybody.     The   larve   number
ing 285 ounces in silver, ha; been
xi'osetl.    T_»»4a> '   eae Gmlitx'.y » -
-ur| rise to tbe manncMuent, as it
vas   Ibongbt   that   the   ore   bad
; inched out at this j oint
Ou the third lerel drifting is
being done to the left antl is uow
in about  100 feet md an upraise
pokane,   hs will follow the sun i,.., hands  aft-r   caressing it  in
larcwi
■   to
li am
him ami Mrs.
..f   M..tl
•i
for   ''The  Couitahi]
Goose." iiiid.i_rcat tre.it IS in -tore!     It I" expected  that the skating
f„r the audience.    We expect t.,; rink will be completed about the
see tbe ball  packed on tbia occx-
sion, as the admission ia only tourl **ftew arc now up. and the roof
bits,      Tl......    parents
to California, where he will take a|Cohl blood, was   annoyed at it- ;0 ,,ur t,,w„,
few week's rest.
wen- t ^ le id nil
I
.; i iui .
n
oca the
t
htli ■ tt tak. n from .No,
an ant a mill being
• ■•••il    and   operated.
,'!.i le ci i -ti'ii-t in
.  i ram way could
ul mi tin-, fall, but nl! ut-
.  - ,iii inado for its itirtal
i Iy In tbe spring.
Jilver Cup, tJoUie L,
I . R ,1 . ■ .i i plant nnd tin- Ti .-
I proving so sucv*e*sftil in
their opi rat i na, the lug luuni 1
rich -inc. the Bad Shot, Mohican
and Hick Prince, all of which ale
working now or making
pi pari • ii ti. sou h fork "f tbe
Lir,lean will be a writ able hive
uf inilii Irj in tin hi ;■ r future.
who   have' will be on by Tuesday.    With poo.1
their children performing will be- h*rd weather prevailing  for O"'^^,,;^.,,.,,,; ,'j",. ^ WilN a mnn
come cognisanl of Lueprowewof n-xt f. w .lays ,t is hoped that the I   ^ ^^ ,,.. .a.;,,!," „Vl rvU,i,,,
th ir eh-k-. mid il,.,-e wh.. arc l.-.t,'"" will begin on Christmas Eve. _. i(i |„,nde on atd
Ax. Lundgren came down rromLm„k(., ir ,y.,i's..,i .• V .■-.
made to connect with second level.
ed to their popnlarltj   '■    lore is being found on tbia
The loss to thel level and the npraire is practical-
cliitglng tciiili nci .-.    In short Joe J.O.O.F. will W felt ke. nly. as Bro. j Iy all in ore.
w.i   mad and decidedly emphatic. Schmitt waa one of the oldest and!    The ore produced by this priap-
btit a iur Iur detail   >f his cm - most faithful membetsof thatfra-!  rty dnriug the   last two years
All   tie - »prevented by lack of spice, teruity.     Mrs. Schmitt's absence    inc« the pniperty was opened baa
r. _„_ _.fcA. _l_. wi'ialso be felt, being one of the   ivtted the owners I30.IXK), the av-
ine   iiucMfou   was HsUnlwiu! .    ,    .      . , , i   •       L
1      Una    . t(... .| riv.i s in  the  camp, and    r.ige value per ton  being about
always taking an ac ive interest iu MM.   A car of 2."i tons ii now
.   h   ami   soda! work.    The j ready lor shipment which bat bean
ni-.
parents may  hive children   who
ar., or will wi-h tiny   w.re.     The
children cxjie-ct t.> see a Li;.' crowd
the Triune mine  on  Wednesday
with a virv grutifyi-g message to]    ¥n'A ('- Campbell went to l!..-s-
thcre.   Spring the 50c. and don't] President Battey.    The decision of lu,li
disappoint them. the management to go ahead with " *  ■• ; ' i!   tanghe   ts.
. , ■   ,,     ,,.    „,-«„«_ j„-i„- development work this winter Is Fraser.   Ti o suit Is an act'on for
A tun tiin'in;n our store-. iluruiL' ' . ,    ..     .. -f
.i .. rt r  ... proving a paying one.   There w l»magw   ngniiisi   Mr. Ir..rfor
the we k was an eve-opener for our ' •*    '  -    " , , „.,
r < -   -    - • ■     ■■ ■■ $10,000 ;or wrongful ntroat.    i Its
■r  llblo nr  -e "ot   t { l! e n i«  '.t . -
proving a paying one,   Tie re wi
|be a tremendous amount  of tl
i ..n.
ui ev. -", oner for our
representative.   At   McKinnon 4
,',,,. ,i  .    ,i .i I high-grade ore sacked in r
Sutherland's store everything that . B"8      . .      i..... i.,..kv   i..,..   .,      ,
for the spring opening up, and we Ian* ^ucay  -ia. »  pi    i
il
festive   Seas >ll    ile'liainU     has
been tastefully displayed. Choice
fruit-, iiwectmea'a, boxes of bon*
bona, figs, dates, and lu fact everything which go to nuking 'Xmas a
feast. Their counters literally
gronii le tie.uli a burden .if seasonable goods, not forgetting a large
nit   vie are wiiciiTi'iit
prophecy that the stockholders will Wre, ofcouw, d<m'l  wi hi
be congratulating thi mselvcs in a anything 11 »»y  wl i a t
very short tini". 'sub judii.
.       .    */•    i    i mn   i   •     I whv   Fu'I don't pay  iho mmiey
A circle if friends of Duly Ijcipcr I    ' ' J ,,,
.    i-     '     ,     #!niiduct  ritl  if tin worn.    line.
moKing room ol        fc
"   ni'i  g.t  it    ibe    Rkvikw  s ....
assembled in tin
the  Lardeau   Hotel   on   Mondaj
evening   1 ist  wi b   the double nl •
a   happy
rotis career in their new
home.
U    . Johnson of the P. Piirns &
reed that   Ihe people of
l^ike will nm
f r  Xnm   and   New   > • ii
fare.     Turk' y*, ducks, gee   •
f-it nnd  evciyl  Ing that go -
; .,..'.■ '. f un 'i icurc
A i I i and .-itcrttii.-
tueul will be held C i i-tmas eve
in ihu M'tli d it church who • the
Ci.ristn as Ciiit.at.i "Tiie Bcthlc-
' tin way'1 will be rend, ici by the
cli
taken out dutiug the last mouth.
Mr. Khrehtirt informed ihe
scribe that at present the taking
out of the ore is a secondary con
aid ration, the main work being
to thoroughly < e.clop. inking out
r ■ «'iily found while working
along that liue.
There an- sixteen men employ-
id at the mine, while packer Vi-
pond has hs string of raytuses
going every day taking supplies up
aud bunging ore down.
School  Promotions.
This
ben nie bunks of Loch Lomond,''
11(1 to Illlike
gent's I ravelling companion. The
evening was spent *t th toast, song,
dance and speech.    Billy mounted
,n him.    Wo hat ■
. ey hairi up]  at
ii.iu of m wi.i t \  a man
ii ■ d e imuiii -i. i er.
Need  we  Apologize ?   j~^y j ,i|Mi(,|(,. M|i) |W; for pre.| ject of giving him a gigantic send
,,  making sightU*tts.   At Cumming'sstore abtavo|off Prior to Lis departure to thi
mmber of our tub- *bow is made in anticipation of the
. vo this is the Christmas trade.   Here the young|«nd to make him th recipient of a
,t a ,v f..r them, as folk may fensl  the r eyes on tb-
Ea letter buying an  uty* ,f ''"' w' " ■•ocked and
daintily arranged ahow-cates. lDr.
i   ,,,,( i,   reached in handsome boxes are toothsonii
..  aould a-k iluii ca*dies t.< be taken
md trcmb'ingi Christmas trifles! throot, and a bottle of .Jo Beg. In ,;,,. ■.. roiuds of Go pi
'        M'
era* -
as our
.\ i    app'i atloti    niii.le    bi
'; iil'gC of    \cl.Ue   il   the    e i t
|]     'e'Min vs. ('ai ndinn Timl  i
-,w    M 11 .    I, d..   before  Jilt
At  the Trout   Lake School tho
litlie.i of   the   Sunday siohoo!.I followingurere the promotions this
T     tree will be open  fur the pub- ,iVl ,-. —
liuaml |.   ,l-.iie Invited to bring     Fwm'lMClftM t> 4th—
-uit.ill ■a-iu In- ihe ir l'i i-iids.  All Ethel Johnson       Hugh- Lux
..«■."  .   m.     No cnarge for ad-     From 2ml Class to 8rd—
nisi n  but a .  i-  t.n   will  t«-" | I^.tu- eiriflith       Mont Henderson
«  . l.e ii io iclp piy expense9. Alir<  Murray       Edna Hollinbeck
Naomi Vipond     George Haner
tli.it li - Haner     William Johnson
'" w! Carson Murray
(In  Wedl
• ill »•
li
the stage tho  following morning, j,,.,,,,, ,,   ;;,   . -t k" rcievdly,
without f.ar with n " puir held," a lump In bis'atVi-L.vii was   subm-tied   b'i
ijf lust we uiilo.ii
in our waieh' us
m.,1.   , f   i;,,,   ,..
Ai
In It
uivc Ihe district it f">  ''"' Juvenil'w which cultivate! Mf pocket; and wa   Whisscd away itoyclrtoka la 1   been jrejudced
wou'dttskoursnbUnevergn ' "•     ddried '!"«•» the gttlchto the aci-onipnnl- ,., a ,.„•,,,   i,, the Lin'cao Mln-
c bv iiotlat'li-  fruits which rejuvenate the patera
'     ' I . . . : .    -I. ,
Tanghe vs. Morgan.
[Special Dispatch to the Review
i     i ,„,-  sti   II.   butUnd mite,-, and an amazing stock
in  several hundred of of crisp blushing apples and juicy
Lhiiifl f..r us. oranges; fancy biscuiU of an antl
billi'Uis natnr
In tins and mit of
An ilbor , msignmrnt oonslsliiigltins,and canned fruits, tin pick ,.f
c.l hi   nil Ottl h.mlB . fault nrrivc d; the market, which would iniike yoll
*\
flllK v.
iu Montreal,
'■ t   tbe   plant nt 6 Mile,
n will speii.I 'Xniii«
fancy you w.re in California it it
wasn't for the bouses iu between.
I In vour shopping early.
mch sciv'
. 0 •  1,1 1   1 •
It
ing-. 1 I <,'- it.c!c, a. .1 . \
lngs, 7 !10
11 ii
Mi««  e' ink   w II   |
. I iki
■ ••. iiing s •! \ i -i
T
G. t    tWO    lot;,   fbr   $•"•.
Only 50
■ \.i
Froi   1st (lass to _nd—
Edith Mirahanison   Frank Abey
Pearl Me'.'b'rson      Kuth. Vipond
1 riimr to 'Jtul Primer— •
il Henderson     Ross. Murray
Gordon Johnston.
hove  remits of the recent
itionare most gratifying to
nts of the children, and re-
lug Kkvikvi to such au extent that
it would !'• Imp saible to get a
jury to decide ounltably on the .
'        '1-1 ,1   I   ..ii f„rll,nr alolr.   llckc'S tO DC Sold.      I W" of the bt -I    till   )•
Case,     inc  iill.'laMt further st,.t. a  , _. ,  , ^^ ^ ,m S. II. t'a.i.p-
Ibattbe paper m question was In Um   Abnha«wi to pay off debt ,„..,,,  ...i,,,,,) leacher.
re In tbe hotels;on skaring rink, ^^.^
nr^eav,H,,,, ^^ T"° ',|'1'1"' ■,,,"n * '""''^ » ball Under the atisploas of tbr We nvito one and autocall in
Lndcklrned 110,000,wasconcludwl granted but it spraks volume t > 8k„t|og Rink Co, will lm given in and -. ■ our new price list. It
Inst night. Verdict for plaintiff, the circulation nnd indue.. • ol the Oddfellows II ill on Monday will an "you money. Masterson,
with (TjSOO damages. the RkvI-w, | Jtwunry 2ud, 1905. ' |OrifliiheVCo.
Hossliiiiil. Dec. Iii.—The ac ion evidence every wl
if Tanghe vs. Morgan, wherein the
plaintiff sued  for wrongful arrest
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/The    LARDEAU   MINING!    It is  reported that tho Fernoau
REVIEW. Is ltcr' °'ni°b was i■■ inivc bicir'
is rn.-... ,i it i-c,,,,i i.„i;... ;:., nniii'ni.iiiie.i,:,''!'" '" Fwnio, is likely to hi in ■
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CO,
Ag Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
bJI'erttmumami r ukuevi-rj i-   i«y.   ,,,,; .,, \:r.[n\. in Alberta.
Tne Editor iloca not nolil hlmsell 'ret ill*
tie  for II: !  n).Illlnnl   of  , ,.i i [>k|iiiiii1
fllVasCll 111  tl,U columns III  I lie 'i'.l !'l. .
All I  ..   I'     ,. •       11       4   III     I i.e I.e.'  el li
oi'i.l.s per line, ii.-.i insertion, unit IU Bt
'Him, .n'li aubaequcnl Insertion.
HIGHCLASS TAILORS.
Operations of  tho   ten'.!'. Stai , 	
• at Rossland for the lasl year 1AFILL, ^ »P™«nted I" the Lar
-        I W*f      ileiiu    at    regular    intervals
show apron!  ol  $14,894.34, out ol    ^^    throughout the year.   Orders
i  total receipts of $285,000, hlng will receive close attention.
tvill i e made kimv n on    ppllei •
U i liscri pi mn 111.Oil a year, in in .....•■..
MURRAY <!_. ATHERTON PrnV'shcrs
GUTTER POLITICS.
According to the liberal press
the Mcllride government is doomed, and  the result  will bo auoi ler
appeal to the country.   They .-   ni
to take n event   deal of satisfaction
out of the thought, notwithstan ling
the fact that the pe iple of B itish
Columbia are hear ily Bick of  li o-
tiiii.s being held nearly every j ...
The conservative government has
been in   power   for  a   Utile over a
year, and during that time they
have met  with  nothing but abuse,
not legitimate criticism, from tbe
liberal   press.     They   have   been
called down   because  of their fail
ure to enunciate  a  railway policy.
McBride and his cabinet hav
called fools, asses, etc., more i spi (i
ally by such journalistic jack i - a
the Rossland Miner and tl    l\ isb
Rootcnaian.   J. A. Mac di mil I, thi
lcail'-r oi the opposition, in an address made  in  recognition  of his
assuming that  position, raid that
bis sole ambition was. not to build
Up tiie province b y wise legislation.
but to drive the conservatives out
p." power.   A pule or ruin policy is
evidently the ambition of the liberal party of British Columbia,
When   the  present  government
assumed the  reins of  power they
foil a I the finances  of the | rovince
in a deplorable condition.   They
as thi ir first work  adopted a fiscal
policy which would  place them on
a firm ba is.   Tho  result   of   that
policy is (from a  statement   made
by a cabinet nunistt r) the balai    •
.-line! oi ih -   m u-   will,   if   it ••
not ti,.'        nrplus, not show a do-
-Mi-it.    This   i-   ..!•..   evidonced   by
the fact   that   British Columbia
government securities have udvai
ed in price in the financial centres,
and are looked on with more favoi
by Investors.    We bi lu ve  that  i
would bavt been  the workofalot
of idiots to in.d. nuke  any work of
importance requiring the expenditure of large amounts of money b -
fore putting .'"' final i ■   in a  good
shape as possible.      This   has bceU
dune and the way  is  now i lear to
take up matte rs Buch as ru  ■
building, etc.    '1 he   prei ii t
announ ed th it he *\il! at I     coming Bession do so, and ive I     assured   thai nt the expiration ol their
term of office the  !»■ [I   t
satisfied that  the  presi nl  government   will  be sustained   by  a fai
larger majority  than it ■•' prt -• nt
bus.
B.    C.     Mining    Notes.
Our repsevontalbe, 8. A, Scott, is a
Manasci Rogers of tho Dalv Ro-  practical tailor, and will make oloti.es
,,   ,,      ,..     i tit.   Hold your orders for him.
duption   company,    Hedley Uity,
has made a  small cash payment
and 'iikcn a working bond of $130,-;      ANGLICAN    CHURCH.
000 on the Maggie group of mini >g|   Services on Sunday evening at 7.30
claims, in the Aspen  Grove camp, •"•'"■k-    vlBitarB   :m'   o-rdwdly *
-'- -.       . -/'   COUiec
lvision. Mr.
id.
REV. H. A, SOL I. Y,
neiiiiihent,
Nicola Valley mining
Rogers   will    spend   considerable   _   	
money on machinery to equip the k/VOOD   VALLANCE    HARD-
mii'c. ns  all development possible WARE CO- LTD-
without the ,,id  of  machinery has     ,.   , ,, .. ,,.
J Hardware, Minera   Hippoes, Stoves
be n pcrtormed. , ,,
1 I nnd Ranges.
Impressed by  the  fae.t  that ad- t\JE:i_sor>4. s  c.
ditional precautions arc needed to  _	
Bafeguard theatre audiences against DEFAULT BUMMOHS,
panics, however baseless. Fire Chief .„.,    ,     , „       ,,.           , ,,
' . IN tiiel,.iiintv Court ot Koelerav, liol.len
('inker  of   New   York   has   issued   nt Troul Lake, between Robert Madden
instructions  to the de-  and Louis Levesque, doing busineaaas
Madden   tV-   Levesque,  of  I unit Las
imperahv
piutment t" refrain from ringing
b I and blowing whistles win n
passing enclosed churohos, hospi.
tals and hotels. In addition he
i as taken this occasion to renew
his former order forbidding the
blowing of « 1< in : londing
to fires aftci     mdown.
Alnsworth   Licence D st.
NOTICE isherel y given that the undermentioned pi    ..-.i have madd nppli-
■c ion for hoi i nt the places
idr rei pc live nam. a,
under the provisions ot the "Liquor
License Act, 11
i'. I   "  ■  i, II  i wprt iga li'i il, tii
A. w.'. -.:,   • ,, n transfer i    ... 1', Kunr
Bier, I- ii": lioti I, Vluawoith.
tile L'le    .Brllln   ,.■ bi 1.1, l.iinlii.
I., under lla   ■    i ■■ :>• i   U I. I.nil
j. ii. Mel ac ' il hotel, Lord 00     !....■   .  . : ol del    inci       la
i.e i i.:.. ^ '"'"'''V,1.-, . "•'■"   •       ' •   tial ■■'. ;    10 . I   lal
i'.i'., hetelkeepers, plaintiffs, nnd
Walter B. Curtis, ai Trent Lake, B.C.,
laborer, defendant.
TAKE   NOTICE,   that unless   within
eight ilava after  the   peri mal  service
ol li i- lummona on you, yon return to
the  Registrar of this Court at Trout
Lake the dispute note below, dated
aud aigned by yourself (or your soli-
• itor    ..     tatin   bi Ieflyyourgrounda
o the a. lion, yon will not
al em.:'■.'   ■-   allowed to  make sny
ll •    laiiii wbicli the plaintiff iuakea   n you, ns per margin the
pal ticulcra of which are hereunto such- I : but Ihe plaintiff may,  with-
giving any  proof in support of
Biicb olaim,  herein  proceed to tina!
Ijjment and execution.   If you re
turn audi dispute note to the Registrar within the time specified, tha Reg'
i-: -I   will -t ...1 yon, by poat, n I ice ol
tl •• li y u]   : wl ii I: the action will be
trie I.
Claim,  $*".*■".;    Fee   I, r plaint  and
;'-   o .     . !osta,   soli litora, etc,
* sa ka li Ai -. •>     ii.|
dMk
Alexand i-  tauglil n, Lardcuu ln.nl, Ferguson,
Moll maid .'. lii-.i. ■!.. Ferguson hot. I, Fe.
-
Mi. >. i ecu.:..... v. i idaor hotel, Ferguson,
A. I'. Itnnkln, n.i nu nil hold, Fers
Kt nut "i Morrteoi:, I'ii       ■ a
rond.
i. n. McLennan,   Windsor   hotel, Troul   CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
i.i.i.
Dated this 10th day nl.-. ptember, 1'H>.4
1-M . CAM1 BELL,
Registrar of the Court
KOTICE.
i    lean Hill mineral claim, situale in
Ahnihauiaon Broa,,   Queens  hotel, Troul
Luke,
, . , I.nk.1 view hot. I.
j Trout   I....I;.   hotel, Tronl   Trout   I'ike  Hining   Division ol   \\ cat
KUward Uobba, Lennoxvllla hotel,Oeurard    Kooleaay district.
!■   I,.Morand, Koyal hotel,Poplar, >' here li.ciitetl:—-On Kiip; 1 Cr..ek. a.l-
• ' ,-•,  '- "•'' ■ m 'I.-'-- n."     ..:, lug in • i
«..".. M'.c t" ll 'It '. 1 •"    ' ll ...  I      n    D    M     \ Ll
.   .,: md ' tot.ee 11 '• I, O. B. B   \. ilkie
I
I'oj.lur,
Carry, Gianil Central hot. I, Poplar
J L_
General
You can find at our
Store a fine iot of
Apples at $1.75 &
$2.00 a Box. Also
a new lot of fine
Onions, Pastry Flour
and Rolled Oats, all
just arrived.
Flour $1.65 a Sk.
and everything as
low \n Proportion.
Pflh
• I .-v
erchants,    &
U    ]^r: :;:
NEW
and    Audcrron,   Grand  hot twice n   "i.   u. a  r   v> llRie,   snjv
• nl      •   t  it lor  r  Po ■ ir,    tj re
rk and   Hi I   minion hotel, freo mitier's  cc-rt.t'....'..   N     I 1'1'^l.
Csrey. Giand Central hotel, Poplar, lend, aixty days  fi  m  the date hereof,
«ting of the Board ni License '?"  ■ lv ',J,Il0,. ' !':   ' ' r.f',^i
:o.nmiaaio..*«.oftl.eJAtnswortliUeeni ' ''','.' cnts, for   hs
;:, considersuch !«,»«se ol obtaining a Crown Grant of  A LADDER OF 8W( RD9
By Gilbert Parker, cloth, *1.50
i
c.
i '. -1.      i   >» . 11 tic iii    iii   tonr-niri  onirii
nt li..ii-cat Troul        .' ?, i...i_..  t
k.   oi   l'i        ,... ,.  liftecnthdaj of        «<1'urther lake notice that action,
!.  .:..;   i.   1004, "ni   the   hour of  ten   '^ ,   ?i    ? "    " '",'       '   ,,"1,.?,nc°*1
,.,:   k in m. '   ;"'   :'-   '   '     eof wch CertiBcate
t I mi
W. II. BULLOOR-WEB8TER,        Dated this 2Uh dav of November, ».d.
. I    i License Inspector, . 1904. O. !'.. N. WILKIE.
Nelson, Ii. C, 24tb Nov., 1904. ..-,.]| i,t
Sandon ore shipments for tie-
y»ar arc 10,600 tuns.
<.nod on lin^ been t and at the
1.4o0 fool level of the I.   Iloi mi. e.
Ko-sluiid's ore   OUtpUt   last week
was 7,360 tons, or 322,11   tops for
the year.
The Bimilkamecn no. li ts on
ore exhibit at Vain er, sent
from Princeton.
The  Baltimore nnd   I'untiac on
Wf.idl.cn v   creek   will       on begin
ore shipmeiits,
Tho Tyeo has paid  i    'her diyi
il. n.1. having d itribut d $180,000
lo dale in divide le
A |.ii iii oi r:. i 00 i- reported as
having hi' n ii adi bj the L' Uoi
mine in <» tober.
A dividend oi one ai d one hall
per cent has be. ii di • ued by tin
Canadian  (lold   I; dd    Syndicate
Limited.
In November th.  ibri e Collcries
of tlie-   ClOW'l    '.. .    ■   ('"in Co
slii|'|ied  7;  ... to coal, and
JJ1.107 tons ' t
From tie    I ii.ien .r)0fl
tons ni ore ho, • ken out in
process of devel ,   100 ton*
Ian over $300 u ton
araeai
Hi
ot
UL
JUJL
T_\»si-7
idy Laughton
Proprietor.
IIIN   «i--iliii^   Ferguson vou
-.   uld sinv :,t the Lardeau
(___„_,';    11  tel.     Here   the   v
JMKji     will    If    surrounded   with
jfmni    lionie comforla.    lixcollonl
L-_ «J    cuiaine,    well   vi ntilated
nnd    warm    rooms,    well
Blocked bar,  and  t . ■ i_,; i. ng « I ich
terda towards  making your \i-it a
plenanut and metnoiu ile one.
Rates from fl day upwards.
Wi  strive to j'!..!'-.' our patrons.
FERGUSON.
TIIK LAST HOPE.
By II. 8. Mcrriman, cloth, 1.50
Till": MYSTIC SPRING.
By li. XV. Higgins, Victoria, 1.50
FOSTER'S'BRIDGE'MANUAL
Cloth, 1.50
Building Trail's Pockel Book
Business Man's Pocket lim.k
Mechanic's Pookel Mom1 randum
Three roll  1.501
I'nt hy the  International Corresp ii i
ence School at fl each our price |l   ..  ■—
P.
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Ff 4^»V « g J»     j.^    the    time    I .1     Me,   10
Jff   f \f%I      *"  Htiv Lot-.     N"
>8^/  ▼ V       the  Prospects
bo bright,
The Town ..f FERGUSON
will be one "f tho trreatei |
1' Pi liming C imps in the
World. The higl. degree «.f
sucoess achieved bv the
numerous WEALTHY and
l'i.' M   I'l'AI    BR1 I l^ll   and
A M I: RICAN MININ 1:
COM PA MLS now operating
Ih   i'     1-1    n     Oil.ute    to     tii"
tremendous wealth of tbe bills
■■i      ts,      ra      *»      aa      sa,      1^     re.
1   ^   1   1   1   1   1   1  1
■ft
OKINNON and
5UTHEELAND
Suits ?xr the
l
Th Glial] Ml & BoolcC i.
rS»E.I_SOrM, B   C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated  Brands ..I   Ham, Bacon
and Kin.'",
, NELSON,       .        -        B   C.
1
-S HADDEN HOUSE ftSSJSg
Do yon need a comfortable bomef lf«<.ii>
the Mi, rn11 II...I-... Well furiii-ii.'l rooms
ln.-iit<-ii  i>> electricity, 10-1 .-..i-. nonrd.   In
ilii-i.ir yen vein iln.l a > th. I--' domestic 1
Imported llquora and clgara,
Thomas Madden. Prop-
£. Ferguson &Co.
Wp can't  b- Lent  for PUIC1      ,     .1 I i'V  and Style*.
Wi   arc iigc-nl . I'.,,   n !  ihu  BES 1   UOI    i..'.
• 'in   i.e    1 nl ing   for   in  Iho «ny of White r
y   'i  '■    .  ■ L'ain  ni   .'ii ... and  wo
i"   lo give you mil ■ I • n i f icli in,
■In 1 v "■■   i .'   A In'.   << .. (foment -.f  Men's Alt-
W 00]   \ .   I   un :   i    ,: -.
Groceries.
Wholesale dealers In Wines, Lit|iior..
1
! and Cigars,   Agents d.r Rabat Leer.
NRLSON, B, C.
Mem. OI.C.A.
I
W- carry nn iinmtnso stock, Miner.' m|.plies are
our specialty. V..11 want tho Boat, Y..u are
Invited in   Inspeot our immense stook ami com.
|>ll|e    I   1
rt     iv un.thin..' special in  Winter Overcoats.
, FERGUSON' - - B. 0.
	
y,
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
Regulai and  Bpuclal  Audits,   Itefei
,1'iice;   Canadian Bank of Commerce,
isiri:L.sjorM, d.c.
ROSSLAND  DIRXCTOR/
Lion Brewing Co.
LtlVIITED
Brewers of Beer & Porter.
KEPT AT  ALL IIO'I ELS,
I ROSSLAND.   -   -   Ii. C.
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Public S. li ..I. Hospital, and
ol ■ er institutions, Excellent
U sterw. 1 k- si stem. Sin-els,
- ■ res and Residences illn-
luii'td by Electricity, Daily
in-ill 1' r. ie. 'I lie townsite
is ad nimbly laid out <lol in
NoW on tii" ground Hour.
1. its oun  now  bo  purohased
i-Kon
UP.
$75
TOWNSITE AOENT
HENRY FLOYD
RRVEI-STOKB, 15. C.
9
&\rM*i®:w '  ' *''; rA$ 'rfto'tiW
•
, Prospectors' Exchange
BEATON, hc.
v. y\ ilTOIlS iiiiMie; at Beaton (the threshold of tho Lard.
\f    tin   \.rowhoad, ivill fin I Ibis Hotel lo Im, fully squipped
for I I   Il-cl 1   ...|.       l.\. ellenl   ne,■,.mi l.il... i.       ',  well
appointed and apacinii   dlnin    hall.    The ln-si of Wines, Bplilts
nnd Cigars,   l'i rsonal supervision Is given to tho roepilremonts "I
I ml roie.    V i  'li i • n. Ihe l.nii I. .,n call n U 0 iiiiorl nl this hotel.
W. BOYD -:-
V
....... Job Printing of every description will be faithfully executed at the Review Job Dept!
The   Mining  Association
Oataauay.       iLAKEVIEW   HOTEL
Messrs. John   Keen,  president, I
TROUT LAKE, IJ. c.
and J. It Hobson, vice-president
of il.e I'.'u'. iijeial Mining association of British Columbia, met
with a number of other mombers
e.f the association at Ashorofl io
contly to discuss the questions to
come before the next convention,
which is to bo held curly in the
coming year in Vancouver.
"There is considerable business
to traniiei." snid president Keen,
in Bpeaking of what was done,
" among which are the rccommen-
d ttions air. ndy laid before the government, bul have received so far
no nuciitii.il. 'I he completion of
the incorporation by a private act;
tho 'i ' lai ti. ii of the rights
of quarta mil ers to the broken
pit s ol their own ledges
lying on tin ii claims (when recorded)   ud th.    are in possession and
0 ipation of them; and to give
quartz miners the same rights to
their claims . nd lode-, as we are
trying to gel for the old placer
miners,
mg • ther things, the ques-
I   ' •'     di.- ttion   lines ai .1
; ...■     have l»" ii affect-
> d by   rec. nt  decisions, doubt has
thrown ou tbe meaning of the
ti , which  could  easily be re-
movi I by n few distinct  words in
'1 i.e freeiucncy of
••• ight   under these
I   tn  indie.te the
.     .      .f the  two
ifacl has b. en re| i il
it. by  thi ir lordships
on i oui I bench.   This
is sii f..r  ..ur
■ n the an
itioll   and   con        ii-
'.l   snd   p
•.•ther with a chapter on
ibility   and   '!-■
t<  v.       .       . ill  apply iu mining.
i\. it j arty is in
p. we-i ilo  insist that it is
•
Ih    party   which Iend=
- matter up, nnd give
it tl ...n it  so loudly enll-
f i. without delay.
■ The ski :■ ton ..f the work i as
1 | ■ •_,   ibi- association
.   - for -iiluiii-.ion  to a
■i  id.    house,   and it
would ■  small amount of
\ piety il   ready i"r tbe
i of ihe house, Wi
arc willing and ready to assist nnd
voice the in i da ol the industry
tlint Borely need- it.
V. ■   ■ t  tell  jet  when the
ie \t .-un'. • nl ion will I"' held bul
will -' nd oui vh u - to tho pn --
shortl;
Peculiar   and   Pertinent.
'1 he  Fr- in I.  j .'Mai  departmi nl
lo replace its mail
. ie motor cars,
a lis ol   farms visited  in
-iiiiunct by city folk are now regarded n- perhaps the chief source
ff ij I'lioid fever.
All   British    public    nun   have
,i popular nit knamc.   The   ret cut
11... .il ..I   I m   Juiucso i  ni   Cape
'fov. ii wae  ain ouni cd  ns   the re-
. ,       in. Jim."
'1 l.e Japan  Society   f r tho Pre-
ntii .i   I   t ruelty  to Animals is
Id   i   niimbi r of public
dunking fountains  for   horses in
in rj of thoi ■■ il.nt havi   uffi n I
mid died in    ■     •   willi Russia.
SOl [i i. m CO oVi Nihil, Jol n  V    Mam, .1     /'.   I "lev. <•>■ I   I
Newman Bn.l \\ in. H,  Newman or lo
1,1,1   | > [ ... 11 or   |IBrgOllS    t"   « hum  ihey
I,  n  hie e iine-ieiie.l   then Interests:
Take  Ni lice   I  the   undoralgned en
,,.,, ..,., ■. M in.- t...l.l I'm.' mineral i  i  the south loii. "i
l„u ai   -' •"".   Mils   in the
in.ni i,al.e mining divlalon "i Weal
I. , nemo distrli i unci I'ruvlnca ol llril
|ah Columbia li iv« di no llw '■ .purod
work nn  I        I '   '"«l  ' ' r*1
,,,.!,,, for thoycai H4 in < rdei lu bold
11,, .  -i   t lh« mo"
1;vl H i .oui if within 00 days "f this
iioti, i I oi refuse to contribute
voui portion ol inch ixpeudlturelogeth.
,., wjt|, it n(   llill   ii'U.'it'M'iiii-nl
i,ml j, • ' in mi claims
,,i i, . '       i. ;      •   ol tho in. lei
:.,, i  i   J  the minora]
Dated ni
, ,v nl Snvoinber,
j,.,, \\ , LiviKciaTo.N
,,,.,.    i | Co-Owner.
•     BAlt WELL BTJPPLIED WITH
Liquors and Sigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
First Class Hoard.
LEGAL
FRED C. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, I). C.     and Ferguson.
Madden & Levesque
Props
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
TI1K   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Sol lie. Pack and Cartage Horses Always .'ur Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
♦♦♦*<».»■>
Daily staKe leaves  Beaton at 12 o'clock for Trout Lake l ICambon
Leaves Ferguson, via Troul Lake t ir Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch BtableBat Troot Lake. Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne
Qeo, 8, MeCarter, J   A. Uarvej
a. M. Plnkham.
HARVEY HcGARTER & PINKHHAM
BARRI8TER8,
SOLICITOR*, Etc.
REVCLSTOKEi B. O.
Branch Ofltcea  ut UoMen, Ferule anKoil
ttloole. ii. i'
oltora fur Imperial Hank of Camilla.
JOIIIillllGlCOn,
vl    A.,  I- l_,S.
y
rug
c*
AFuil LmQ  of Choice Stationery
Just Received.
ALSO,
SCHOOL SUPPLIES, PROPRIETARY MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.   PRESCRIPTION  WORK
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Best Hotel in Town,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC
Kevelatoke Station.
B.C.
IMPERIAL BANK   OF CANADA!
Capitol Authorised, 14,000,000
Capital [paid up • " I 00.000
Rest   •      -      -    l'.s.V'.Oihj
11 .-nl cm  ■
toron ro, on r \ RIO.
Branches in the Northwest Territories, Provh  ■-     British C
Ontan ■ and Quebec,
T. R. MERRITT, President. D. R. WILKIE  \      I    -   md Geu. Ma
E. HAV, Assistant Gen. Manager.      \V. MOF1 tT, I
B   J
CUMMINS
—usiiantcn  MasSBassaaaaassssassjsSfSsaajaaaaaaaaaaaasasasssjaaaj
Qenei     -• I- nil Lliw
of Cm   ■ ! '. nd*.    Fruit*
.  tssortment
...  .- ,.
Office of the Rig Bend Ti lfphone Co.
FERGUSON
Troul    Labs,    II.    C. Hunch   A    llrnc.l     Hulking    BuilacnU    Transacted.
Savings Department—De|      - fed and interest al owed,
HealgiiartuT. for Em ai ComniGrcial Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRSTCLAS3
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
W.  Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Tcwnsite.
Drafts Hold available la all pai i
Unit* i I"-.
livra lo oollectloos ami
Mining Bonds.
1-. K. BOULTBBB,
AtV'.iintiinl,      ....       Auditor.
J. O. MURRAY,
TROUT I IKE, B. ('.
iiiui.le cotnpanys' interests carefully
looked niter.
Agent !..r Helntiman'a 1 .ai
V. Al. Westfall & Cd.
".Ma. :-__,«.-« ^ ..^'^ .. S  G €-t      d
Foi   yourself.
r.i   ami a m .whTtvd.j'A^atwmmit^Kewetwt^Mmmmmmme^et^ft^t^ {
Don't Pay
Jcb Printing at Im1-
Mining Review ;Reilt ——
EASY TERMS.
Lennoxville
^^Hotel,
E. MOBBS. PROP-
Hotel and
General Store
GERRARD
"
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•«i
rtanaaer
i —FOB*-. J
iliood Shave or Hair Cut     w
 CALL OH  .15
William Schneli,
TROUT    LAKE   -    E?. C.
VJt    _D.    -DdlilO   FUSE AND CAPS
"
NT POWDER
Hot and Co'd Baths
J
SURVEYORS.
Lessee oi the alex vndria hall
FERGUS0N, B.e.
I'nst Office   Block,
.Main Street.
Mining llroke •*.
Mining 1 I On,
',
Mining 1'rop. r >
.l-'.i- .';
l.iti.l. in -1   npi
Troul Lake, B. C.
Packing and
:    .    .    : ■,
ins: v
Ferguson   packing
HSSa^ing   *        Pre*9htlng  Transfer  Outfit
0. B N. WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveyeu
and Crow n (irants Obtained
in ildence -Next Record 1 Mice,
Trout I.uke. n r.
fJoId Or Silver	
•    -:lver
I Silver and Lead
Copper
Zinc
-.
11 50
|3 u ' •
2 .-.ii -.
1 00
..    .   '.•
Co a tracts enters I into for packing .>f Mining Rupi li , otc.
to un'- |Kiiiit in the district.
Qood, prom and any work undertaken guai nt 1
aatiafactoi •..
i
shannon, tssayer
FHROt SONB. C
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop.
A. B. BEYLAND,
11.   \ IM IAL I A.Mi SUBVEYOR
M Ineral (Jlaims Surveyed
POPLAR, K \sii».
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
\\ atch-rc-i airing,   etc.     All work
Guaranteed.
W. He Jones,
Loose   leaf   Binders,   Fine   Jol
Printing.
NELSON, B. C.
Oddfellows Block, Tit Late, B.C.
HEW YORK LIFE ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
Fob Isvi -tmknt and Protcction.
TIIOS. TAYLOR, Ageut.
REVXUTon    AHD     Tbodt Lake.
a. W. EDGE
t&mE^XTrjpr&z&&zvz?z?.
T^JCrZHA.S/XiZJ 5i»iT^a
Pair|ter
Decorator
Has  made Us sole Distributing Agents for the whole of the  Lardeau.
TROUT   LAKE
B.C.
.•-■,--"-
T^-ll^.
;:<K^VfgTjna
WE have the Largest, Best, and Cheapest Assortment of
••
Ever shown h» the District. If you caiVt
I    ~s £ \F |i?   Send «i the Age. of your children
COIWC    fllld    OCC    tOr     Y OlirSCll    and tha amount you wish to spend
.: WE WILL DO  THE REST.  :.
F. B. Welis,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
A. G. FRASER  -  - - TROUT LAKE.
CASH      PRJCl;3     PAID
F. A. Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland,     - B. C.
Mi'mbvT Rossland St»ck Exihange
..f l.-iriii-.-ius ne!, 1 Writs rno ■*♦
S*f
r-trr
V
I)
radtf
OPERA
HOUSE
FERGUSON
Monday, December 28th
"fickotp $-'00  Sji. .t:..!.ils H   HI
Iiii'hnliiig Supiit-r.       LadicH Free.
^_-#^P.1
S
Apply :
J <cfc Crawford
or
Andy Craig.
Fou Sale: Lots 35 am 3(1
oloek 47, Troul Lake. Apii v to
Mrs. .1. H, German, 005 Uni
8t. Seat tl. . Wash.
TUtH'T   LAKE   LOD   E    !   0.      !
NO. 41
<",--''-,      .      i.     ilnn    ■ ■ '   > lie-Id li
tl.,'.'   K.*)*?      nl iv's   Hull      vtrt
ky£. '•'■-*"■'<-•*-* I'll-'   I .     :•_■■      l   a
\r"V . 4 ■ ;   . vi      v'ltii
Fred Mummery,rt.fl.       J. Sohmltt, 8eo,
NOTICE.
I hereby give  notii ■   that at thi
meelin ; of  the   Board  of l.; ■
CommispionerH of   the   A
Lie i . - district, to be hi Id at the
Mining Ri eorders (iflti e at I'roul
Lak ■ on   December  15th,   1904, I
Bhall apply for permission ; 11
fee my license  for the Commercial
Hotel, l'i.).Iur.  to < In 11. - Ha ison
Dat idNovemb    Itttli. 1904.
YY". Hanson.
NOTICE   io CO-OWNE1
Tu./ Up'ftl n Goldberg ai i| to 1 . Gold-
"Jot-, to any
« boi i ' I ■•..   ii ..-.• i it ■ transferred
I heir mieiV   a
T.ike Noli p.   I  the I en
owner with >•< u in the 1 itile Ri
Littb Itobert No '-' mini  .
nti.il nt the  ■ ctri me liai
for!; o( Lardeuii i-r vV in ll... :
mining division nf  Weft   Kootenay district and province of 111 il   li I
have dono the required  work on tlit-
abovc-inentionsil minei
rear 19011 in onl. i lo  hi
der section 24 of the mineial acl  and ir
within 00 days of thia nol   •■  \ ■   fall oi
reinso  to  eontribnte ynui   |ioi ion ol
auch expenditure for work ■'■        to otl
tr with tin i ..st of thi." advuri
your Interest in the said mine
will become   the   jn.ij.ei".        iheauh
fcribcil under Beet ion   4 ul the Mil
Am Aim ii<)in- i i Act "•   ■
Troul Luke tbia 7th iliiv nl 0 I.     r, 'Ul,
J. c". kURKPAl  til
Oc.7'04 i
nelson   dip.e:to .Y.
WA!
\\V arc watch pi 0| le li - • of all
We uiakv vsutcLc.- '   . -,i
iihy.     We   nre   in   I' ' ii
watch pro-, nit rs.    ' of ll.
luit-l    '•   ;. . ;    and
Jlltilll|.'.  •'     -vi.e         I ■ ■           'i   .
Ilg.i   |.r. vi -    ■   ir   ;    ■ . • r •   :,
tin*  rct.ui   ivulrli   tr.ni        Once i
jintroit, always ii luitn n.
Huiiiic; wiileliea in luequutitit}
that wc . .. ne arc ruiibli'ti ti, secure cli-. .iu,;; iniii lo tin
BIQUller ill il i . anil Wc ii.l'li then
m cr ti vnii nt :■ iiiulin,
reiliiclion in price .' . •• us i". i
prfirecs
Ewert Bros.
Nefaoit, Ko.st.luml, Irr.il.
Jewelers ami Bfl graven
Beniner      ■> ohone.
-'--r ••.. "I   .    :.      \
>_4^
All kinds of New "-.cords'.
Sole Aerent for Ihe i  rdean :
IV,v
Iicjli La!
■ *
".
Notice of Seizure and r    i
Notice is hereby Riven Hint under sml
by virtue of certain warrants ol execm
lion irsned out <.i ill i Supreme Court ol
British Columbia in anveral actions
v. I , in K. j.. K i ii ii ,i ii, t'. (!. i' ve
Ih ih I and <i. I-. i . ■■ la iarr\ no
business as J. L.Goi Ihue 4Co", Boyd
Burns nnd Company, Liuiileil, 'I 'u
Vancouver Rnalneering \\ orks, I unite.I
Northern Machinery Couipaiiy, Albiui
In n VV irka Conwauy, Limited,are re
gpeutlvcly ilaiutlffi ami the Cnnadiai
Timber Bnil smv Mills, Limited, art
defemlanta and to me tlireotoJ againi
idi ind chattels ..f tho sni.l I'una-
dian Timber and Saw Milla, Limited, I
have seized ami taken In execution th*
following dogi riba I goods and chattols,
nn inch-:
IN ENGINE   ROOM.
■I v.tinil hoi     -.1 i c'..' c>. vineler,
J pair engin i brasses,
1 quantity grease cupe,
1 lubricator, I angle valve,
1 quantity mill supplies,
I wood chisol, 1 set pipe dies,
IJ.i wrenches, 1 large die stock,
1 pair caliper*, 1 box gaugo glasses,
! 1 .:. nuts, 1 iloul le hammer,
I quantity steel chisels and punches.
l . tei I lever 1 i upb lard,
1 | it     ri i 2 axea  1 font,
i        ititv !'iv brick, 1 step ladder,
1 pillar block,
i ,1 I dies for pi peg,
I quantity grease cups,
1 quant
1 lot assorts i Bloam packing,
1 Bteam   whistle,   1 quantity rubbc r
pact
1 . onnec ting rod, 1 pipe cutter
2 pait ■   ai   tongs,
^^^^^^
: rasa tit tings, 1  b.ix rubber
I set copper oilers, 1   piece iron pipe
•
1 i ■ s ii m,
. ■       -          ga, 3 shovels,
2 iron pokei ■   i t t.-k,
e3 inch ;
IN MACHINE SHOP.
1 breast drill, 1 quantity paint,
1 quantity lies. 1 quantity punches,
2 monkey wreni he i, 1 b
I box :i\c handles,:; ; . cat Utti
12 hog knivi s, 13 t,;,ial! pii
I n k dine torch,
1 ph . t -i.e. i copper.
steam
1 ratel c drill, I
I q ..;.. ity I ■
1 mandrel, 1 qn utitj   boll • and Bt-
tinga.
Iq        ty hi    lo It,
I qti mil. ; ■'■   itt metal.
intitj
II ml cai a, i quuntil.
' ie.II. v, 1 I  n ri
1  |   ..:   ;.   '■
itity cott
-
I qua ...I'liinara,
■ •
■
. .
...
1 qua  '
i cm ry i . ity iron br	
d.N MAIN FLOOR.
1 quantity casting   and mill suj pliei
(I. t '-    '. .
i .        re I oso no i • ...• II    ckel
■ - ^ .     ig, 10 kegs iu
2 |   vies, 1 sat bli •»«■ and ro[M-,
1 I .i i n bar, I stsani ci !md. r,
1 ladle, 1 love i a      .'..  I piei * ri- c,
..'   pray
i ■ 'l"Tg,
■ tulara inws,
-
1 , .
8 wi , I
2 rail ..'■  1.21 ti . kg,
I atap laddi r. i   an grease,
:i itilV   Im  .1.   2   iron   c.e v. \ il
:
• r (Lol
• ■
,. -
1 -
i
■   •
t tighti era,
-  ..      II "IIS.
\i aide I pa la (■
I eel
■•■•.niic ana ener,   I
•
-
"
I i ■
CUP1 MAIN FLO
i tar i
I  r .    . er.
1 rscraai r|fla,
i i i
I pot,
1
r»N ■ i ■
;
I,   ! ■    I. '.II,
I... Hie,
.
0
ii ,.  .,
-   i gkid,
()UI   |  in   ■'■
pry m heels,
One Im i   poker,   I  cart enter's work
I coil tarred 1st
It), ircuiai') iw s,   2 piece a saw blades
•' nil, es eastings, 2 ham ners,
. in | irons,
One   lever   ami   ratchet,    one  abaft
collar,
Ono combine lion shears and punch,
Ono a all t I   i kel. oi a i uw anvil,
One brazing : iai bine,
i ...     , iteol,
One car barge,
Eigtei ii cnif ry wheels,
:i boxes saw teeth, one pinion,
Ono quantity saw Hies,
Ami I give i ".: a tl ..;   I a
uiii.j. Is nnd chattels  for
... aiictioi nt i i a pi mi the said
ufeu lanti ni i he tow n of Trout I ake.
I,   0.,  ou   ruesdaj.   i!..'  I5tii day of
i'lvt-nibor,  1904,   at    the   lumr  ol '
■ 'cluck iu the forenoon,
flati .I llii8fltli day of Novembi -.   904
Thia sale is adjourued unti    the   lilt
lay of Decomber,  it'fi owing to inter-
leader proceedings being lak a,
GEO. M, Yl'Il.L,
Deputy Sheriff, N • I li I ootenay,
' Tn.ut Lake, B 0
rUflOAK     LODGE    V     D
A. F.  & A. M.
Cnl    Thnrsdar    each     r ■■ '.'
Visitors VTslcoras
teo Forddred, t->e, Q, V. Tavlor, V7.W
li pnyi to usu 11 io Telephone A
lengthv trip can often be raved . O111ces
it Ferguson: Cummins' 8torc< ; Trout
Lake, Post Ofilcej also at Beaton, Com-
iijilix ami Arrowlioad.
RKVEL8T0KE  ASSESSMENT I'.'ST.
Take Notice thai I shall hold a Court
. i Revision and Appeal, under the ti
:.i Art, 1903, tor ilif Reveistoke
' - : eii Digtriot, on Hon.lny the
i>-.. ui.. eighth day of Novombar, 1904,
in tha i our of eleven o'clock In the
forenoon, at the court house, Rovelstoke,
Dated at Reveistoke, this Ut day ol
November, 1904.
t'llAS. M. FIELD,
Judge of the Court uf  Revision
and Appeal, Reveistoke Arsr-na
ni'iii District uf Weat Kootenay,
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hole
FIH3T-CLASS OAR,
A. NO. t fl JOMS.
rtaSMtetPriiisI
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahnmsoti, Bros., Proprietors
ICVMKV 1111 vn   -lew   ASM)    CIll3T.CJliA.8H   IM   ALL   BKSrKOTB.
**oolf Safe
F'i'." ru
l\ li   la*
Thahauialiatoaked with m, na*«t winen nad rng»r. o thssaarkat.
Trout    Lake,
The GEN
'** K is 4a a
HOTEL Revelsto
la iiudur t!i« un. aUaatantstit.
im m a
FOO"<" CO (VI FORTS
"111 -hi . . ■ , block with
Shoes Slippers     i
Overshoes R-..'b:.'..  ..
i   ,.,   .imi eve
' nd at prices wl
-.   ..ni.
hNTA] SM!
Ntinnn, B. C.
R     ANDREW   &   CO.
v
tiivi s   r • -L.I..
1U1
?
^_ UR'on ©Sar Factory
Manufactitrea only Onion goods, aud besides
they are the best on the market. They are
made of tl.o beat IIhvuiih tobacco, ami tlioir
excellence is undisputed. Insist on getting
"oi i:  SPECIAL'' ami   "T11K   UNION."
• Brown, propnet
. ■ cigiir Kaolory, RKVBL8TORB, n.1'
or.
Fsacy Bar,
VUsical Uatcrtnlninent
Bulletin   Board, World'a
.QtlnlnxNewj.
E L, M OR AND, -  PROP.
TD
w
TEL
j First-Class Ace nimodation
j Best Finest Liquors
Dominion note!
First-Class In every rei
The   I'ri.     ing   ; .        . .   .ully
takeu care of.
•'. 1 | so. ■ Props.
And Very Finest Cigars Q
s.s. a«c;i
.I- iit .. i       i hi
id for Dual
-
12;I" ;
li ,.,•     c
C '.,  I lolite.i.
NOTICE,
-.nc» ni and Handy No. 2 min.-r.il
■ situate in tl •• Pro il 1 al ■ M n
ii • Dlvisioaof West Kootensj  ■
» I. ated - Neiir tin- n '
. i- iek e: tbe K. ,<< A. Ry
:. itice that I.  Alfred   I. Curie,
.   igenl i'.r W N. Biaj I      I -
■ ■ lifieato No, li 77,34(1, intend
- .       late here if, to a
...   Recordc-i   ;..r Certil        -   i
ta foi ibe pur| i -
i  la f.f iii.- above claims,
e i atice thai
tidi :    i Si        "     i co unenred
lie issua
Is.   Dated ti.,- ,.
er, A. D
.   >'ul 1.
John Simpson,      Propristo."
P.BumS &C0 TR Nelson
WHOLESALE   AND    RETAIL
Meat j
Merchants
I > m!. rs in all kinks of Fresh all al
1 ROUT LAKE B C.
Iheil C. ASSAY and CH  .'IICAL
SUPPLY i   • . L'I
V* -. n mr..  B, v'.
■ -  i   •      Mining
, I'., i . for ,
Morg i ■     .   i » '.. i     .   '
land : I. VV. R i in .v t'...'i Pati   I I  .
Fiirn.: pa,  Burners, etc.       Wm. A
■ Oo.'s Fin      . .     ■. etc., etc,
Brewing Co.
Brewera of
Fine   Lagtr   Be
G!\d Porter
Pv. ILeisterer (Sb Co.    -   Props.
Starhcg &
WHOLESALE 01 M I    -      D ttei
Kegs,   Cheese,    Produ a
Houston Bk„ losepl ine -.   •
m %
■. .-*.     r..'i
9%
J      -^vw
^-Je*
:~;
:]
IT
\,j ,
Its ADVANTAGE.
r
ties, Head of Nav»g
ipross and Money O
Daily rvice, Banking
•/•■;•'. '"'    ''■'.. :...: --'A stores
Offie ,.       mment offices, Yim schools and chare:;
Water-works system new Being Instated.
ITS RESOU?--""":-S.
■■ i>m« gH      r    • • -   — ii »■ —ass. i -an ^ ■— l» •       ■      — ■   i 11 mm ii tm
Valiicible Hatches5 The Rich-
•. , T?:mb
,-.e   C    •••    -■-r;--:5
:.j-l
zone kii Im Province.
■'..."oi ,■■:••.:;;•
y, 60,000 feet per day,   shingle and lathmBIs.   A't
iho Mines pay us Tribute.
!■.
" •   Ml |X()
" oainl -.. rs, I i
F. B, Wells,
Gen'l Agt., Reveistoke.
H. McPhersoL1
Agt.., Trout Li

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