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 Has n larger cire
l.-iiiirii     than   nny
Newspaper
N.
Kooti nay. Bes1 advertising   medium.
VOL
Lardeau
R    SEP2SV
O^-^my
The representative
eif tiie rich hardest!
country. Sent to
any address for $2
pei an, in advance.
TKOUT LAKK CITY,   B.C.. SEPT. 21, 1905.
No. 40.
Lumbering
Industry.
GREAT ACTIVITY PREVAILS
IS THE VICINITY. M-;w
l-l.ANTS FOB COMAPLIX
AND GOLDEN. Till. LOCAL
Mil LCUTTJNG WPERCEN.
CLEAR LUMBER.
The lumbering industry 1- flourishing in the « Imle uf iln district,
All of the mills are working at
iheir full capacity, and it is
evident thc companies operating
are   expecting   a protective .uty
.I the local mill the band Ban
which began t.. hum u week or ho
ago is working admirably, and
lumber it coming .l.>« n th" shool
,.i a rate that i-ln.iil.l make the
loldi rs fr<l glad We learn
iiml the management ia more than
satisfied at the quality ol the logB
up. at. 40 p<r e.-ii! clear ia
. ni,nu' through, when .-. l-r> i>. r
1 .-nt only was expected.
At Arrowhead the Big Bt nd
Lumber C 1.   intend   L. double tbe
1]   . itv  .,f its mills  this winter
.1 I omaplix the !•- -• man Lumbi 1
Co, are about to put up an et
111 w  mill,  and  the  maehini ry i-
arrhing every day.    It is said thi
mill will have a capacity of 16,000
feet   a   day.    The  mill  at Thret
r,   • u ned   by   (lie   Mundav
Lumber C>.. whii I. 1
months ago,  is mailing day and
- .'lit     It- capacity  is 70,000 f« 1
.,   lay.   A new 11.ill is t 1 be . r.. i.-.l
al Goldi n I.y tbe Colombia   Biver
<... «itb  ii  greater (t] ai It)
tin ir existing plant
Prospector
Finds It.
FBED MILLS AOCIDENTLY
BTBIKEH IT RICH WHILST
ON THE OLD SUMMIT TRAIL
OF TIIK LUCKY HOY HILL
PROPERTY IS OWNED BY
JIM O'DONNELL.
It ia not always that ■ man (iml-
what be It not looking for unlesF
it happens t.. be trouble, but Fred.
.Mill-- discovered a rich ledge this
week which has been walked ovw
by hundreds of men for years.
The wonderful part of it ig that he
was n"! looking for it, and it literally forced itself into notice.
Mills is iiii . xt.. it   prospt ctor,
nml In- has been lately engaged by
tbe I bestnut  Hill Mining Co. t..
thoroughly prosjecl the surface of
the Lucky Hoy ground.     While
proceeding to the ground he has io
the   A D   fraction  mineral
claim,  «liich  is  .>w ned by James
'I'Donnell ai .1 othi is. and it was
..ii   this claim  thai   thi   or.   was
la ii, -i      Whilst    travi rsing   the
old Bumm t trail, which crosses tbe
fraction, Mill-- picked up a pii a ol
float whii i.  was  heavily mineral
A- the ground about was
.-..mi letely   mi u - cov< r< d,   Mills
. bt   little  of   it, but  sitting
., f- w miouti.- lati 1 n< _r the
• bis lunch, Li- heels
tore aw iy a small bunch of 1
ami. on   risii % pu      1   "ff another
tuft, which tin • tbe rock.
Glancing down, bis 1 xp 1
told lim. that tbe rw k wai mineralised     I. .- rly tearing sway tne
Blames
Promoters.
CONTRIBUTOR THINKS THAT
METHODS OF COMPANY
PROMOTERS TEND TO RETARD DEVELOPMENT OK
THIS DISTRII T AND THK
INDUSTRY GENERALLY,
iiii.n  have secun .1 a I- .
tract   with   tbe  Bowman  Co   f..r
ll   le.     lllill   oil   fl it.
Mule..'in Unit..11 and   Ed   Hill* verdure hi to daylight a
. foot wide, with •• inch. - ei
ore, chii fly gri y coppi r. and
tbe remain.l.-r good
Mills   thought   at  first   lie    lia.l
struck the ('..pp. r Chief !•
tbe indication! warranted tbat
conclusion, b it getting down to
business be traced the lead foi WO
feet to Lucky Boy pound. He
then stripped the surface for 150
f. . I. after which lie struck for town
to  inform  .lim  O'Donnell   of  his
1...mn
Defendants
WiD Out.
Till: POPLAR SAWMILL INTERPLEADER ('ASK TRIED
AT NELSON.
Ai the County Court Session at
N< i-011 on Monday the int. rpleadei
n. lion against   Alm.tr n.   M   .
    ami   K.  C  Klliott . xecution
. n ditors, was beard  in a chamber
-, ,-Moll.
The original case was Magnus*
a -ii ni, I Almgren against 8 K
M, Kay for an account. K. M
Perdue, hi Ider of a chatb 1 mort-
from McKay for 11,500 on a
mill plant, entered an interpleader
against the > xecution credil
A   M. .Jol.tiM^. appoint.1 for I', r
due, R M. Maodonald and R. W.
Hannington for Almgren ami Mag
nusson, air! i' M, I. Forin for K.
C. Klliott.
After spirited argument, wbiel
occupied  tn..   hours
judgment   with costi  was entered
for the defendants in  th.' Interpleader action.   The chattel mort-
gags was li. i.i  not  t.> confer any
sp. rial   lights   against    tile    other
< r. ditors
li i- undent, od, says the N
N. u-. that an important change
in thi c im:.  ;
n       ••   -.-n ami  ii ' which
tun been uml. r consideration for
some time, 1- notn 1 radically decided upon ami "ill go into effect
nt an enrlw datl
When '.in change i- effected the
trains for tlie coast will leavi V I*
-..11 in the morning about 7o'clock,
ngen will Lav. tin main line
at Rt velstoke I.y way "f Slocan,
I',,-,!., rv and N'akusp, making the
tup it..rn N. Isou io Vanoouvi r in
nboul •".|l hours iusb ad ol 12 a- at
(To the Editor j
1 '■ ar Sir, Th.- editorial in your
esteemed paper ot the Nil, inat,
entitled "The Reasons Why." ap-
!" ared to me !'• ),.- -0 many inches
of good horse sense, anil I feel sure
that th. tea 'in-.; pul.lie will nive
tie Review every credit for its
outspoken policy. There are other
forces, however, betides those you
mentioned, which tend t.. retard
the progress of our camp,  and for
officers and their associating influ*
ence as they would tin- pkgue. If
investors wen- as koen on knowing more of the mine as Bhe is as
some promoters are on hoodwinking them, the latter would soon
he driven out of   tlie   milling busi-
ness to the ultimate g I of th.- industry.
We have had more than our
share of these " gentry.'' and their
operation- have left us iu had odor
wiih the investing pul.lie. Good
properties hare passed into had
hand-, ami in many instances good
properties with bones! officials at
the he'lh. hut   with a  milling.'im li!
J. Simpson, of the law and order
department of Poplar, was in town
ex officio on Wednesday.
W. Tatti ri.-. of th. Sandon brewery,  was doing business In re this
week.
J. I.. Renter, ..f th.- Ontario
Grape Growing and Wine Manufacturing Co.. was utter orders last
Wednesday,
A     very   sure.--ful    dance    was
held in tiie Oddfellows' ball last
Friday. A good number were present   from   outside   points.     The
inn.-!,   was  supplied   by tin- Sym-
1" conduct mining  operations who j j.honia orchestra under' the dircc-
woul.l  I..-  more in  their element | tion of G. W. Carothers.
behind a  pea-nut stand, have thus
A man named Cant, employed
I.y the Bowman Lumber Co., had
one of his arms injured last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sullivan,
who hav. been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. A. (i. Fraser, started for their
Lome nt Prfesl River, Idaho, on
Wednesday.   They declared before
taking   their   departure    that    the
country had I.e. n a revelation to
in.-m. ami they would recommend
Trout Take to their friends as an
ideal summer resort,
been literally damned.
The people of Trout Lake know
Another   reason   why  sales are  and appreciate good things.    That
not so frequent as   they  should be accounts tor the speedy sale of the
fruits which A.   (J. Fraser has had
-]..r/\ '■'! in this fall.
Tin- crew ni the Noble  Five are
I   getting  out   ore.   and  packer
1- to be found in the fact that   tbe
the matter of that, tin-whii.- mm Jpurchaser too often does biu
ing industry of I:.  C.   The j.rin- wit1' ,1'" middlemen.   I  can cite
cipal reason is the apathy of cap- many instances "f  deal-   fall
it«l towards tl try     In your f™*h   h>' **">" of *? deulerj ?,'. I ia gating it down to E
arti.-l. you clearly pointed out that doubling   and   even  trebling  l .•   ^
it was absolutely essential  f..r.-,,- (m''"'r'-- l,ri("  for the  purpo*    ! 	
-io be more unanimous in ■ ' irm- the exfra amount ;i- ft Jim Hunt met with a painful
pricing their embryonic mine, a "»nuito binwelt I would say to a,.,; rit H.h-..t workin(| at th(.
much desired factor, but I am pos-l"" fntemplating   purchaser,   it .,ull:lil,,., TueK,.,y    n,  waa
. a   conveying  chain when
Mrs   <i. Johnson is taking her
holiday*, at Nelson.
When Jim Grant goes to any
outside point he invariably mak. .
It hi- first duty to corner a newspaper man and pour never-ending
praises of the Lardeau into his
ears. Jim is all right, and a perfect oasis in a desert to a scribe.
His example can be fruitfully
copied by others when they are
out 1 f town. " What will you, fur
th.- Lardeau do ? "
itivcaKrea« amount  of  the onus j-*00   Brt'   ""l   titled   wi'h   the
rests with the capitalists and their de'ller'- toraa,  make ■■ -v,>ur ''' '
-- to bt come acquainted with
the 0 rner or owners, and a different v due will 1,    placed upon the
representatives.    Lei us be candid   '"'
An aggregati if  capitalists   in
purchasing a property do not put
thi ir money into a hole in the
ground for the fun of the thing.
They either have holiest or di--
honest intentions at the 1 -• :
Now, 1 contend that our country
ring from the a'termi 'l. ol
dishonesty incapacity, ami of a
■ |uenl wariness
of the inv< -' 11 I ,•:'•• -i
hear of companies being "floated
on propt rties in 1 ur midst wilh a
than el ovei capitalisation. If
one-fifth of the money drawn from
the pubUc wi *• 1 pended in actual
inining we should I"' in a most
flourishing c mdition and tbe confiding investor would regularly
■ Ira*, dividends. I have heard it
said that a million do lars should
Eficient capital to 1 rove any
mine or prospect in British Columbia, with perhaps one or two exceptions, v.-t we know iii the "good
old duv-" of oompanies which
ipitalized for fiom two t.. five
million dollars. \\ hi re are they
Don ' \\ here .- thi m n< y ' Cer*
tail, it is that it has not bet n used
for    inining;    ami    the   investor
damns mining ami the country in
winch his money  is supposed to
■ ircul.ite.l.     In   the majority
of instances the small stockholder
has.. poor show ..f seeing the desired dividend with so much watered st.uk painfully in evidence.
Money will not come freely into
■ nt.
A- far as cm he learned it 1- nol
;,,,,!  :, half, yet decided what  changes will l»
made to ,-niiiil'   pi -• n." 1-  from
Roas'and ..nd  Boundary point- to
chare tin- hen. lit- of th'' reduc ion
it, the titn - of ile journey. The
change will lluHif) any advantage
previously offered hy the Great
Northern route i" tween Kootenay
nnd th.- coast citii •
A m.iii named Craig, a mnvcomi 1
1o   town,    wl ilst    working  at   the
Sawmill oil  Wl dliesdal   wit-  -lim '-
Iiy   a   slab   on   lhe head     The in-   Hamii "OH
juries   were   not   ,'is   serious   as at
first imagined, but   Mr   flobinson
hud   to   do   mine  stitching.     Th.
injured man is progressing.
The Lardeau  Brewing Co, now
have their lir-t brew of   lager   beer
ready, and we learn Unit an  ex« I*
I. ni i.< 11 has 1  obtaini d.   The
work   ot   kegging   and   I...tiling  Is
m.w  proceeding.    Aboul 800   al
loll- are leadv.     Tin   porter will be
ready in two week-.
Born.
\t (omaplix
j;;ti,   t,, Mr  and Mrs.   \\.  Hal
iiti.n. a son.
Mamuaob.
BM1 iiiK-l>AHHAiill     AI Calgary, "ii
-,,,! cih. at St. Mary's church,
Rt velstoke, hy the Kev. Father
I,,. Marchand, Josie. daughter of
,1 \ Darragh, Airdrie, .Mm to
H.a.iii Mackensie Bmythi son
nel H. M Bmythi Aide
1„, i ngland
projidrty   by   the   lath r,  am!   one
whicl  he thinks it worth.
Ou ■ country is not going ahead
as   j    undoubtedly  warrants f"r
these and similar reasons.     Wnen
- .:.- unanimous in their
|B, H In ti iir.'.'s'or-   ar.-  taught
•ii.- nrm-ioenoe and lucrativenen
of niiping. when   pr opera*
inj: llt-re are treated as tl.ev are
and not what tl.. v -..in. when the
whole of tl.- community is | re-
1 an d to Bee that no .-rook. 1 work
1- 1.. ing indulged in. then the
awaited reaction in mining »iil
and the Lardeau a.- the
highest-grade mineral section of
i ■ ontinent will take the fore-
im-t and its rightful place in the
future des iny of ihe mining industry.
Thanking  you  for   encroaching
so  much  on your   valuable space,
and enclosing my card. I remain.
Col MliV   Rocs
Work at tlie " long tunnel " of
iln- Reward Co.'has now begun in
earnest again. The randdr lis for
thi newly-installed Ingersoll com*
pressor have arrived and the machinery is running like a top.
The Victoria Times of the 16th
inst. was printed for the fir-t time
on its newly-installed " Mammoth
Hoe i'i, bs."     If Boini ..f tl.,- pages
t .- plank he was standing upon
g ive way and he f.-ll a distance of 8
■ akin:: Lis collar hone. I)r.
K ibinson attended to the injuries.
Jim. who is of the hardy variety.
i- walking around in hainhges.
Hun McLennan, mine host of
tin- Windsor Hotel, had the misfortune to i-prain his urist a d severely .-hake himself up I.y falling
from the roof ..f his hostelry a L w
.lavs a.o.
I-'- moie blessed to giv • than to
receive. We'll give you the credit
if we receive that $2. If you receive this intimation, give us a call.
Ours is a give and take system.
Tin- petition at the Imperial
Hank for raising the needful to
s.-nd the ,,re exhibit ami delegate
to the Dominion Fair, New Westminster, is rapidly gleaning the
di sired sum. Don't I..' scared to
app. ml vour modest offering t 1 re*
on.   This  is everybody's business
There wn.-  fifteen hundred en-
it tin-Nelson Fair  this yoar,
an increase of .".n per cent over last
year.
Robbie, son of J. ('. Kirkpatrick
of Kergusoti. left on Monday morning for New Westminster, where
he will resume study at the Colum-
■ 'i.i College. .Robbie came out
with honors last term, ai.d we hope
to bear of repeated triumphs.
Mi-- Lily Valentine, who has
been visiting relatives at Revel-
Btoke, returned to town Wednesday.
Another example of what we can
grow iu this '..untry. We are in
receipt oi some big luscious apples
grown on Frank Fiiltt*--^ s ranch
near tow 1.
Mis- Minnie JarretL stenographer t.. the Commissioner of
Lund- and Works. Toronto. Il
king her cousin. Assaver Shannon,
at Ferguson. Miss Jarrett is spend*
ing her two month's vacation taking in the " wild and woolly west."
Louis   Levesque. release. 1   from
his mixologist .1,' ies at   the Lake-
view   for  a  spell,  has  tripped to
Bnd "every mickle makes a muck le I Nelson for the fair.   He was last
ye ken."
are   -p. 1 imeni   of   the machine's
tin- country until the  investing ,Klllit!i. ,,„,, w, ,r„ ,t:1n,,i ..ff fr...,.
public   are  educated.      !.«• many..
bit1   at  phantom  prophecies.     It
W  a. Galliher,  Ml'., attended
ih, tariff commission at Nelson.
may he ask. .1. boH is a buyer ol
st... k to discriminate between the
right ami wrong   article.      In I OU*
sidering   the  prospectus   ..t   any
eiiuipany it is always advisable t..
an.iii -.-   tl e   nam. .- of  the ..Iln , i-
appeariog    thereon.      Let   them
make it th. ir first l.usiiie-:- toas*
certaiu what cot.nectiou the officers
have wi'h other limited companies,
ami if any of tin-  companies .\. i
paid   a   dividend.     If then search
• ""  >'l'1     •    i     .1 i .i
limit!   the   promoters   to   hear   the
hall-mark M honesty,   they   will
as time honest business methods,
and   the   investor mav   reasonably
expect   a   show for his  money.     It
is advisable also t.> know more of
th.- property  than  is  sometimes
contained in the prospectus, ami
I,, I. the local n.-u.-i - • I valuable assistance, If after such
I'leliiiniiai v enquiries the prospectus is found to he mi-lea,ling, let
then   slum    that    company,   its
purchasing one. as we much prefer
..in -lap ii-on and squoexe-rae-tjght
system.
Dr. .1. II. Hamilton Im- 1. ten
appointed coroner for Arrowhead
and  dii-triet
Jack Atkinson ami E. Batinder
spent a few days %mong the birds
tin- w iok. Th. y had great sport
and returned with   ov. i  100 of the
feathered .lain!
M.i'colm and Miss M. A. Beaton
Joe Morette is now mining at
Movie. He i'.-|M.rts that M-v.-ral
well known Lardeau men are operating there ami that the Review is
eagi rly awaited every week.
Will Johns, n and family have
taken up residi nee in O. W. Abrahamson. house at th'1 south end
of the addition.
Mr-. W. It. Hollenbeck and M.-r-
,1. Johnson are rapidly recovering
from their recent illni --
Don't knock come right in. especially if owe the Review a '-'--pot.
A merry party of ladies, despite
the inclement weather >.f last Saturday, made a trip up the ''up
mountain to Bludv gi o'ogy, botany
and mining. Owing to the un*
pro| itiousoletnont*several thought
liny would have to study medicine
on their return. Hut nothing Ber
and Mrs   Robt  Stevens   were visi- ' j,,,,.  happened, and   the   ladies iv
tors from Beaton Friday.
T. .1. Montgomery, representing
th- Marshall-Wells Co., uf Winnipeg, Dlllllth and Portland, was
Canvassing hti-iness in the distric
thi- w< ek. This i- his fii-t trip into Hi.- int. rior, and he says in nil
his travels on this continent he
ncounten d no scenery to compare with the grandeur of the
Laid.-au.
port   a   thrilling   time.      Among
other properties visited were the
Nob'e Five, Cromwell ami I.X.L
The merry, hut tired, party returned early the nexl morning, having
encountered  neither a hear nor a
inoll-. .
Been making connections at Gerard
Wi aring a big smile, whist a grain-
o-pbone in the distance reeled off:
"Louis, Louis, meet me at the
Fair.''       	
Speaking of gram-o-pbonea, the
Berliner is a Jim dandy. Have
you heard the new sound l«ix, a
contrivance which minimises that
harsh grating Bound, and at tbe
same time greatly increase- the
volume of sound. Lest you forget!
.1 C. Murray is ag. nt for the Lardeau, and he will exchange your
worn-out rt'-ords.
.I.W.Westfall has been iii charge
this   week  at   the  Ncl.-on  1'air of
the collection of ore simple* sent
from the Trout Lake mining division. Specimens have been sent
which set the tongues of tbo mining men wagging. It is expected
that the samples will he shipped
for exhibition at the Dominion
Kair at N.w Westminster,
Consequent upon th.- sawmill
assuming its..Id-time activity several new families have arriving in
town and have taken up residence
here. 	
Kyser M • a local gun .log of
repute, has been  in great demand
hy  the   sllOOtistS    since    the   -
Kv. distinguished himsi If
Bruoe   White   ami  I'.   Murphj   this week on the  American hill by
were in town tin.- week on business ohasing a caribou  for three hours.
connecti <l w ith
property.
the   Winslow
He n tt d. how, ver, without hi-.
quarry. 4
?HE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
jfs Printed ut Troul Lakei'lty, ana Publluhe*
nl KorKUBon it ml Traill 1.11 It i' ovi i \ I luirsuit;
Tni' K lltf>r (loot nol hold liimsrli ruKpon*
iIMe far the opinions of oorrospuntieiit* b*-
prosned in IU ooluranv
ah local* will ba charged ut MipihIi* nriA
emu per line, nrsi Inmrtlnn.. antl IU oeiil* p*-1'
llneeaoti itubsiequonl Insertion.
Termnfor .'ranmen 1 ami other a .verMnlnji
will be made known mi application al ofllei
Bubaorlotlon 19*00 a pear, in advnnoe.
tKflater
Supply* 0o.
®
united   for   the purpose of   wi
could  withstand   the  rest   ..f
world       What   could   they   not
accomplish if united  for tho peace
of the world '.'
By using Water supplied  by this
\ '•'•■paiiy y u nre  assured of abso*
lltf P«i'ity.    Government Analysis
to hark up Btnteinenta. :        : :*: :
Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
Mr, (Supt.)   Kennedy  went out
to  Revelstoke  last  Monday on  ;t
visit  to friend - yj^( jjjj
,1   A . Mrs. and Miss Lotus Glif*   '
lith returned  on   Monday from  a
trip to the Boundary country.
MR.   FORGET'S OFFCNCE.
There will be many among Lib
orals as well as Conservatives who
will regard Lieutenant Governor
Forget's action in calling Oil Mr.
Scott instead of Mr. Ilaultain to
form   n govern mei t  for  the new
provim f   Saskatchewan   as a
gross siil.ordination of Bound constitutional principles to the exigencies of the party. As the Toronto
News — nn   independent   Liberal,    otony <
paper   -ays, Mr. Forget'* nominee j of tho sotun monaay looking none
has only a  pi'iv  convention for the worse for his reconl accident
his   selection  ns   a   leader.     Mr.
JIauli .in.  on  the other hand, was
chosen I.y I tic electors of the Territories,  Which comprised the   two
new   provinces,   as tl o  leader of
their administration.     There has
been   i o   expression     of   popular
opinion '.. -how (I,.it Mr. Ilaultain
has forfeited (hat  support  or that
but for thc change in tho political C»3i VOU'."8
organization of   those  regions he
would   nol  continue to  hold   the   C|>_,+t?*-»_. .,,  «,-_J
confide oftl lectors.   On the 3*_"OBie_ y 0.1*
other linn.I if the neonle d,.-.'.-...i
2'n. W. EDGE
nnl
Painter ^__
Decorator.
lake
H. 0.
Stony Graham  came in by way
^^^      th Monday looking noni
S_S ■
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
work
ed to    _
■esuii job Printing at Ifi    Rev;
oilier hand if the people dosin
dismiss   Mi,   llniiliain  that rem „_
could have been attained atthcei -
suing elections and Mr. Forget. Mjtajnor    Rgvfew
nominee   would  have   come  into;1 ■»**«■«*-■»£_»    XVwvacw....
power in a   legitimate  and constitutional manner.    Hut Btich methods are  regarded  as old-fashioned
by disciples of tin new Liberalism
—News-Advertiser
Watch-repairing,    etc.     Al
Guaranteed.
Oddfellows Block. IMIihftGJ
AH th3 Latest
Magazines on
Sale at <J The
lew.
»»
• •.-•. r
Smokers' supplies tn
great variety.
The p.,u' r- thai   !>«• at Victoria
sre doing  their  h.-st to advertise
the res.riir.i-.- of British Columbia.
There   has   jusl   issued  from the
Bureau i f  Provincial Information
two  official   bulletins,   •(iame   of
British  Colombia," and "Timber
in Rriii.-h Columbia."   ' Both bulletins appi'.u in I.m'c form and ar,
printed   i.i   a minner which   redounds to the credit of the King-
printer    Their pagi - arc liberally
interspersed  with photographic il
lustrations, and the rendingm
sbowi Bigns of careful editing,    tve
commend the hull, tin.-1.. enquirers
after know ledge.
vou want tc J*_LL
you wait to i:uY
.n.i 11- i.   in i   i OWN I R8
lustrations, and the rcadingmattei , ro K..i„.rt F>ran, or to whomsoever be
shows signs of careful editine     Wei    n-ay have tiansferi   I his int.
r " the J.C,  l.o i • Star, Smtigglci   and
t'kiiill nnn,-ml i I nn,-.
Take notice thai '. the undei
  Irnnvviier   "villi   VOU   ill   tho  J (' , Loll.
Star,   Smuggler  and    Ukiali   mineral
The   N.-lson   papers are making claims, situate on head ..f  Lake creek,
Correspond " itli lhe
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
We In ■ ; '' ■'"!  IVoper-
listed on which gpu I terms
cau be ii.el
Ljrdca.i Mines Exchange,
f" Review " Iiiiii,Ji11l'.
Troul Lal.'   B.C.
i -~*+ Mfc— v*. —^_« -JN —*•» *^- *»A-
NEWVORKLIPEASSURANCE
COMPANY.
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
,],,„ . '      '       '""'•'••K'.'hlilllH.d	
wiciiiMlus     ridieuloii-     1...    .i   •    mil..  T. ...   i   ,'  '   ''»*•« croi'K, I
petty bicke,inM   ",',..... \l,"™\WU^hl!_ ^X™A F<" **«„ AN_  ^.^
,   .....mi.   mviSIOII o
, W. Kooiensy, have performed tho ue,-
petty bieketings.     They evidently  ,-,..111 work an I made the nccesa
all  are  making a fat thing out of nenditnre   on    the   nbove--menl
r claims for the y-ni >"< ■   n order lo hold
ll.  thin eh   each   appear.-   lo think   the same under * 'lin.-i-j
there is cne loo many newspapers :l1   }'t- '""' .'"" -J*1  '"' "bieh said!
,       , « wn- i-e.i ii in   1   having -\i ired, I
on   the  earth.     Surely   they  Can I hereby give vuiinofire that if iiiiliin 00
belle matter for ■""•J*
.   ...nn.      oiirciy   th. v   can I hereby give vou n lire that if tin
give «heir readers belter matter for '! ',,r'"'
, _ i en ln,l r.i      r i I rr,
i city of Nelson's aspirations.   ''>.■ i-
i publication hi rco
ill.III. I   IO! i     ,
veil iii, I >,r refuse to contribute your pro
a city of Nelson's aspirations. Cut portionato idiarc ol ench exnendlturi
it   out   scribblers, and used mid ■""' '••'>' "",'" ' * :v* -1.-. ....-:,t
■ Interest in the said mineral cl i
space to advantage. will becomi tho propertv of tho under- j
„, .-I lo virtue o'section 4 j
nt the  Mineral Aci   Amendmonl  Act,  \
Editor   Lowery'a   "Claim"   i.- luoo.
timid   to   appear  this   Week.     \\\       \     'A tUi* '1,h '" 'y j!*T'v„mi '
expeel io hear  thitl  fli<- mnil-bagc
\
E^endstry.
T.I*     *• ' •   '
Pit. vii i-.y I.n.
In N.|.,„, „- »„-,
t"I»r.8ln Idartal
1ft At-rdeen Block
(llvm*. i    u„    | B1
''':l" ii in-i-
,'1'.-- i" ul i
A, Milloy
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to   I!', i   I    ;- \. .. r » . i>-
the  i rgusnn
so bi ighl
■ T^i,„;, m	
"K":"r"KB   T " '-jJ- Y. Griffin & Co.
,'"1"1"'""1  Brands  ol   H«m,  Bacon
nml i
NELSON,       .        -       B. C
is
NOW
Tl..-   Town   of   I IK'-I SON
ll ill   he   one   .,|     the     ( lie.it. rt
Ur."   I'i.,,III. 'I,    .    .'nps   III   the
World. The high aagrt s i i
Buocesi ., -i... .. -i bj tin
numerous \\ I A l I in ind
PRACTICAL BRI1 I8H and
A UK RICA \ II I \ I M.
t 'ii.Ml'\ Mis uou  , i,. rating
there     Is     B      lllhll'        to     tlie
li. no I.doll- Wfaltll ■ I the hill*
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rHOKPE ,v CO »urted
nwkms Rodn    Water  in
\ in.'...iver in 1889 H,,,,-
"'••' >'>fi. buill branches
"'   \ ictoria and   Nc|
•""I   ai.-  impfovi,
•11 '
,   ,'"-v';" buy 8of  (, |a
from " rHORPE'fl  '  '
carryiiip   th'-m   have   he. n  lined
with a-l.i r-to-
The   President   of   thc   (nit..I
States   has   dl n r.n.-tral. ll    l.< v.,ml
peradventure (hat he is mighty for
peace as well as In a*ar    'I o-doy
be in receiving the commendation
nnd gratitude of thocivilin .1 world |
as a foremost ogent in terminating
the u,i~,.^m^^^
tin __ .ie   mreii
is  widely  known   and  much   ai
mired ;    Roosevelt,   the   man   oj
p.ac Ii known tbe world over and
is beloved.   Our good  k r n. Kd
ward,  dwells   in   t e n B I   ol all
people a.- I dwnrd llic i. ncomnker
Japan's military prowess h - i__5"_f_ ^Q'fZ^
'tonished and ci r.imandi <l  the
miration of tlm  world    l.'u- "*. R,<islercr(SitCo.
bravery and dogged determination
in a  losing  iir'lit   ha- n ceivi .1 iI
medc ..f praise.     Htu jinn   dip!..
liiacy   i-   li..-   . n\ y of   in.iil
bill  the I,earl of l!ie ■  ..111
to thc notion who has relinquished
great claimi to the vanquished
that human sltniglitcr maj oe ise
Truly .la| an is grei t greal In
offence, greal In defenc, butgreat-
est iu peace, li it con idercd lhal
Kii^'laiiil ami' the  United   i
Oi -,, ml BI .re,    l-uli I.n..-
.1 ■ ,  -,. i »i ,,,i       I--.mi-
In .-.,-.i-,,I,   iii^- assortment
.,i Sinoken' Hupplles.
..ni,-,- ..rn.. nig li.-..,i r. i, ei,,i.,- ,
i lerminnl
e most terrible war of modern *fcf*'   ^"i-^cftsY.
in.-.    Roosevelt,  the  strenuous, ID6 IMWHMI
wid.lv known ond .......i-   -J .^             a           *>%.
h rew_if?g Go.
Brewers cf
Fine   Lagar  Beer
Smith & Q0.
4a Bleury Street. MONTREAL
^gh.cla_s"tailor8.
f'l/_/"''i '" '"'■"■■"""'"l bi lhe I.
I   \.fr      deau    al    reaulai    ,„„.rv
If# . ..,'"""-. : Uie year.    Orders
I ........tiniiii mi' year.    Orders
- pra f*. p-*s /*«*, a   s <**«% gt^% *a a j r clothing will roeelve close attention,
I" fr   Wl-al BT^i.K J, S\l ' '" '   reprosentali-e will on in THOU.
: T __.r*^_.W/<u^V^I^ , i.u:i:i,i,.iM-:it.,r.-..\„, a f.-wiveeks
Wc have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
FERGUSO
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ft
JS
5OO0-Te,:ir^~
am NEEDED
Annually, lo MM the new positions
- -I l.v 1,'mlien,I- nnd I, 'e.-rspli
Con-pniiies We waul Vtil/MIMI-N
an.l LA0IB5 ot _- iod habits, lo
LEARN TELFGRAPHY
AND R.R. ACCOUN TING
,  M"   'l|"",r Hospital, »Dd
Waterworks system.   Btreets
's,•l"';   aod   Resldendi ,11,,.'
»'»;;■•• ».y .1::. .„,,„,    ,);„;
'""   '"Vl"''     The townslte
,    U   ""   'he  gr I   h,,,,,
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&
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l-'«ofl
Props
H.  N. Coursier
i:i;\-i i-i...ri . B. 0.
i i K i-:
U R a N C !•;
i.n
PAID   PRO M PT l.V
Write for Ifiiles
We f.in i-l, "6 per cent of the Operator*, an,I Station Agents in A mei n-n
i r, i\ rehools io.- tlie lan.esi exelu
siib iolagi.'I-1- Srieini-- IN iHE
WORLD, i'istahlishe.l 20yenrs and
endorsed Iiy ..II leading Pailwnv
| ml,id-.
Wn execute ,-. ♦-'■'.n boml i.. evei y
.< mlenl nr furnish hi,n nr liei n
Moil |,m ine from .« 10 lo f'-O   a in,iiiiii
iii  stales east  ol ■ he  llocky n nun
tin ns, ..r from ♦"". to 1100 a mon in in
«l; 1,-s   n.-.-i   of  lie-   l.'.u-lo,i(, hiwne
nic.li..I.li upon graduation.
Students can enter al anv time.
No vacations.   Kor full particulars
in.. nnv of our schools write
(li.ert    lo   mn    ex.-.-nine     nlliee   at
Cincinnati) 0.   Catalogue) fr-..e.
tip:
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Cincinnati Ohio.       Buffalo, N.v.
Ail.ini.i, Oa, LaSrosssi VVIs,
Texarkana, lex San PrsnclSCO, Cal.
The BEST Always !
IN PINE 8HOE8 I
MINING 8H0E8 !
SHOE PACKS I
RUBBERS ami
0VER8H0E8I
GERMAN SOCKS I
I- u'lml yon uiii get If fou do your buying
tvilli ii*..   .-■mIuii'i im 'i-i. when vrnntlng».ny-
iih,;; in tin nnv ofiootwoar to coll on iitf, or
drop a line.
m royal ■ m
$75
TOWNSITE A(ilii\r
HENEY FLOYD
RRVEI-STOKB, li. C.
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Nelson, |{. c.
ANDREW    s.
CO.
II Of
^:nl ordi -   , u .full.       i
&genl for Blatei ami \,.|.
''  r,
iilleinled t.„
Ilei,hi Shoos,
A* B. n i: VI. AN I),
PHOVINOUL LAND SDBVEYOB
Mineral Ulolmg Surveyed
POPLAR, KASLO,
|  ••• ^be f)oteI Beaton  ...
j BGA TON. B c.
Y'^Ar;;:;;,:,;,;;;:,;;-:;;,^;;';.;'^'.!.!,,! ,,„,,,„
for hlgh-class i;„! '   "   '""' '" b" Mh '"i»'i
I «l'l;n,nte.lio„|.,,:      r_3l       Tl*!  ' " '
•'■.'iCi'.'ars.   PersonalainSrv  Ion i'"'*,' "' -Vlnos.Sphit,
k ""•"■ an -hi, rely on comfort al Ihli hotel
W. B0YDT7- Prop
' FERGUS0N H0TEL
The noted lioini lor ti roller*, visiting
Ferguson, l;.< I,
A well mocked Bar of the choicest Liqours, Win--  etc
McDonnell &   BlacU
Proprietors.
NOTICE.
Morning nnd Evening mineral claims, all-
inii.. in in.- Troul i.niie .Mini.ik Division el
Wi-.i i;,„,n-.iii\ rtintrlet.
win-re l.ii'iii.-.l: on aoutb side ot l.ur.i,,
Hi \ ei- ,ii,,i .I.,-, lonnd oiml ol I lie Lynch inln-
oml claim,
Take notice Uml I, r i. Huffman, ngcnl Rn
ii i Oil worth, ii-.-,- iiiiii.-.'- .-i-i-i nii-.-ii, No,
IIX7UIH. liii.-.i.l. iixty .i.iy- from the dule hon -
i,i, to apply in in.- Mining it rder for .-. certificate .. Improvement! for Ibe purport. ,,i
obtaining! Crown drum or tbe above .-inn.,
And furtber lake notice iin.i action, undi r
-.ciinn 87. mu»l ho commenced before tbe la
auauoo of tuch certificate ,.i Improvements.
l.i.n ,i un-, i ..in day ,.i June. ao. IMS
Jun in p, i..  HUFFMAN,
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS
Legal Notices.
'   I  11 III I'M I I ■-   ol     IM|-|iO\ |   M|       ;
NOTICB.
Pai kside,   mineral i laim situate In i ho
I i take  Mining Division ol   We i
Kootenaj districl
Where    l<n ati-.l : - A I |   |jV(.   milei
N irth-Eaal trom Troul l.nke.
Take notice that I, i Ihai les Copn free
miner's cortiflcate No. I;«:!,is.;, mi.-ml
sixty days afterdate hereof, lo apply to
the Mining Keconlei i,,r Certificates ol
Improvements im the purpose of obtain-
ing r-rro. n grants of the above claims,
Ami further ink.-  notice thai  actioi
nn,l.-r H,-,-lion .'17 must be commenced
before the issuance "f such certificate ol
Improvements.   Dated this 15th dav of
July, A. I».. 1906.
July 16 06
notice!
Kn.hr,, mineral claim,   tituate  in the
Trout   Lake Uining Division of Wesl
Kootenay district,
Where ! -rated i In south side .,f Lar
il.-iin river between Rapid and Poplar
creeks.
l.ik,-  Nol  thai   I. l-i.-.l C. Kill,.11,
free miner's certificate No. B880-I2, in*
tend, sixty .lays Irom the dale hereof,
toapply i" the Mining Recorder for a
Ceitincate of Improvements, f,.r the
purpose ol obtaining a Crown Grant ol
il,,- above claim.
Ami hi rl her lake notice thai a.tion,
under section 'ir, musl be cotnmonceil
bel ire ihe iasuam e ol such <tartificati
of Improvements.
Dated this HI. da) ol Jul* i n.
1*06. Jul 7 05
NOTICE.
Tom Edwards mineral claim, situate
in tin | mul Ink,- Miniug Diviaion oi
Wesl Kootena* ,!i-in it.
Where located On Silvci Cup mountain, about I1.; mil.-- from Bilvei Cup
lll'll,-
lake notice il.ni I. Frederick Charles
Elliott,  I  M C   No    B88042, acting as
n.'.-ni  f,.r  John W.   Westfall,  F.   ,C
No   IM7904,  intend,   limy   days from
t lie    date    i • reol    to  apply   lo   the
Mining H rdei   for  a Certificate >.f
Improvements, h.r the purpose ol ob
tabling   . Crown u'ranl  ..i  the
. I.inn.
\iii Icrther take notice thai action
under -■-, lion 37, musl be eommi need
before the issuance ofsucli Certificate
ol Improvements.
Date i Ibis lllh daj ol An... i,n 1906.
1-   -
Fob 8 .li Lots 3fi and 36
oloek 17. Troul l.ak.- Apply to
Mrs. J. II (icrtnan, 605 University
St Seattle. U ash
NOTICE.
Bilvei Chief No 1 Mineral Claim situate
in the   1',-ui  Lake  Minini: Division ol
H ,--i Kootena) I)   ti ict, Where located
1 ni i loi I . nil. li   -in Ibutar) ol i laim i
, re, k.
Tnke Notice that I. Fred C. Elliott,
I \l C No B88042, acting as ageni for
Robert B. Voting, I .M.C. No. B88041,
intend sixty days Irom the dale
lien of to appl) to tho Mining Recorder
foi n Certificate of Improvements for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown granl
nl i In- above claim.
And further lake in,lire thai action
under section 3V musl be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
nl Improvements.
Dated this 19th day June, a.d. mo."..
jun l':mj:.
NOTICK
/.-"-in, and n- ro ii,,, ini.- mineral claims, -it
n ale In in.- 'l.eiii Lake Mining Diviiion ol
U .-I K,„,r, n,,\ dinlrlcl
When located: Mouth of Lardo River and
lla.-I of and adjoining tbe .ir.-.it.-r New York
mineral claim
liik, notice thai I, l-'.-.-.t Jacobs, agent foi
\ l' lobnson, i... miuer'a certificate No,
iniitj Intend, ilxt; day*, "rom tbe date here-
of toapply to the Mining Recorder tor a .'. .-
HAcatenl Improvements, for tha purpose ol
obtaining b Crown . o,ni or tbe above .-luim
And further take notice that action, under
lection 17, must be oommenoed before toe ls>
-ii.in,-, of -ini, certificate of Improvements,
Uali I thia 16th day .>l June, A.l'.. 1805.
Jun 10 KHKIi  JACOBS.
NOTICE TO DKUNQUKNT OO   OWNKB.
To D. li. McLennan or to whomsoever
he may have transferred I.i.- iutercsl
in tin- Kii.l.ii. mineral .laim.
ink.- Notice that I the undersigned
co-owner "iii. yon in the Embm mineral claim situate on .-null aide of Lardeau river between Rapid and i'..;.lar
,-i.vk- in the Tn,nt Lake o.'ning division
>.f W. Kootenay, have performed the ne*
ceaaary u,,ik and made the necessary ex
penditnre on the above-mentioned
claims f... the years 1904and 1906, in
..r.ier to hold the sum.- nnder section 24
of the Mineral Act, anil the years f..r
which sai.l «,,rk «as performed and expenditure made having expired, I hereby give you notice thai il within 90
days from the lir-i publication hereof
\ ou fail or refuse to contribute your proportionate share of such expenditure and
pay Ihe costs ol tins advertisement,
v,.iir intereal in tbo said mineral claim
will become the property of the undersigned under ant'by virtue of section 4
oi the Mineral Act Amendment Acl
1900.
Dated al Troul  Lake this 5th day of
Inly. 1906. Kiihi. C. El i.i.itt,
Julv 7. 05 Co-Owner
To James 'Irani, B   G. Mm I eod and
James Bouchier, or to  whomso* v.-r
they mav have transferred their interest in the Slate c.inernl i laim,
Tike in,tire thai  I. the undersigned
co-owner uill. von in the slut.- mineral
. l.-iini situate on Soul , -, I, nl I ardeau
imi between Rapid and   Poplar era ks
in tho Trout  l.ako .M,iiiii_i  Division of
I- ootenay,   have   [jerfori I  the
necossm -. work and made the i,.-.-.-- -;.. (
fxpenditnre on the above mentioned
laim foi il'- years rani and 1 ,06, in
order lo hold the same under section "I
ol iln- Mineral Act, and the rears foi
which nn,I work was performed and ex
pcndituri made liai ing expired, I here
i.y givo you noti '■ ilnu ii wiihin 90 days
from the firsl publication hereof yon
fail or refuse In contribute your proportionate slnnc of -mi, expenditure and
pay the costs of this advertisement your
interest in Ihe Bnid mineral claim will
become the property of the undersigned
mnl.-, nn.I ii\ v ii iut- of section 4 of the
Mineral Acl Amendment Act, t!<00.
Date1 nt Tronl   Ink.- tin's 17th .lav of
July, ran".. JAMES SNELL,''
Co-Owner
11 pays n. use the Telephone .\
lengthy trip can often be saved. Offices
ai Ferguson: Cummins' Store; Troul
l.ak.-. Posl Office; also al Beaton, Comaplix uml Arrowhead,
POPLAR     DIRECTORY
H
Balmoral Hotel.
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
w
Visitors io Ferguson mav rely upon the very best ol
accommodation al thi* well-known hotel    Rooms are
well  furnished throughout,   The liar ia stocked with
a , hoici assortment ol palatable quem hers.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
#
Royal ^lote!
Fancy Bar,
Musical I nKrt.iiniiunl
Bulletin   Board, World'*
Minlng News.
E L. MORAND, - PROP.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
KVKKVTUIVO   NKW   AND     KI ItST-CI.,V**S'.   IN   Al.l.  Ill's I' K< :TH
Fire  Proof Safe
Tl.i-h.iiiw I*, ntooked wilh  un- f-.-it Win.-, mnl rjlgsn on th* innrk-l.
m
Trout    Lake,
Review Job Dept.
For lliL'h-i'ia-
W'ork.
Lardeau
Hotel
Baa
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
TO"
l**P<g|
1*1 a r j II i:.\ visiting  Fergnson you
I VV {    shoiil.l ,-iav at ihe Lai ilea u
l_-._*    Iloiel.    Here  the   visitor
_ _ v _ I    vvin   i,..   gurrotmdetl   with
In ni • . on.toils    E_< el leu I
cuisine,     well   ventilated
and   warm   rooms,   will
slocked bar.  and  everything which
ir-i .1- towards making your ii-it a
pleasaut and memorable one.
Kates from -fl day upwards,
We strive to please our i atrons.
FERGUSON.
NOTICE.
Coppet Queen mineral claim, situate
in the Trout Lake mining division of
M est Kootenay ,listrn-t.
Where located i On tilver Cup mountain, about l)tj miles from Silver Cup
mine.
Take notice tliat I, Frederick Charles
Elliott, F.M.C. No. B88042, acting as
agenl for Charles L. Copp, F.S1 C. Ko
B83186, Charles McNicholl, K.M.C.
No. H7S0I1, and John VV. Westfall,
F.M.C. No. B8.964, intend, sixty days
Irom the date hereof, to apply to the
Uining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Granl of the above
claim.
And further lake notice that action.
nn,l.-r section .tr. imi-t !..■ commenced
before the issuance of Certificate ..f Improvements.
Dafed this llth day of An. a.i>.1(»05.
1- 8-1906
H inn looking for a plaos to s)*en<l
your  holidays,  hear in  mind
that  Trout   Lake   is   an
i.l.al   summer   resort.      The
scenery and climate are magnificent
TIME   table:
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
First-Class in every respect.
The Travelling:  public carefully
ink,ni care of.
& Mm • Props.
Is L'mler the unite MnnuK>*me,.t.
S.S. ARCHfc-l> or S.S   LARDBAU.
Manning between Arrowhead, (teuton ami Comaplix, commoocing October 14tb, l'.Kl.'i, will -.ail as follow?,
weather permitting.
Ix'avinj.' Arrowhead for- Boatoo and
Comaplix, twice dally—10k and ".k.
Leaving Ileaton ami Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice dally—7:15k and
l.it'.k. Making close connections
with allC. P. It. Steamers ami train-
The   owners   reserve   the   right   to
change   limes   of    sailings     without
notice.
The Umpire Lumber Co., Limited.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
'ON**   «    i*    -    TNA.St
E. R. VIPOND
TrouL Loke Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SJ'KCI.W.TV.
Stables at Trout Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent    Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   __
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
0r=
=_E3
MACKINNON  and
SUTHEKLAND
We have all the Latest in
saJ\ £
We can clothe from head to
foot in a princely style.
Summer-Weight Suits
Make you feel good.
FERGUSON - - B, C.
i
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TROUT LAKE CITY
THERE have been fortunes
made ly judicloui investment in Keal Kstfllo. anil
more fortunes will he iinule than
aver the n>'xt two oi three veins.
Tho one who reaps (ho harvest is
the original investor, for he has*
his money on a eel lain!i.
| Now lei us point out tu \oii that
I    there i.- no boltnr apol on lhe Con*
tu'.-'iit to Iiiiv Real iCstate than
Tllnl T  LAKE.
Trout Lake is the prettiest spot
in the Kriotennys : as u pleasure
res ti it has no . < j 11 a I. Boating
niirl lishinj' may lie indulged in
the year round ; while big (jaine
in ahund nice is to the Pound on
I lie   hi'ls.      lis   climate is superb,
thore being no great extremes, il
being mild in winter and .'n.>i In
summer,     h can boast of s one of
I ha fin.'-t hotels   anil !•• sideiic. s ill
lliiiisii Columbia, Its streets are
well laid mil nml grndi .1. Tiiere
ar-' tw'i excellent general stores,
and a glance- al the advertisements
in this journal will show that all
trades are fairly well represented.
Write  with eoufideiici' to Agents.
H. McPherson
AgenL
Trout Lake, B.C.
m
t« *i
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.   ::  ::
Then call on
or   write   to
_«1
_.
_>!
jj.u
••.-5
. -    !        ^
IT Im- never had a ' boom " - lis
growth has bleu steady. It is
the l.''inl of navigation, nnd
ihe terminal of lhe Lardo branch
of the CP R. All roadi (in the
Lardi an) lead to Trout Lake. It
is iln* commercial centre c( the
richial mineral district on the
continent, and bas banking facilities provided by lhe imperial
Bank of Canada ; first-class school
accommodation under Ihe dicer*
lion .f 8. Shannon, fi.A.; a good
wat'-i system j government offices j
<'"inii_\ Court sittings; Methodist
lj.is.opal ni .1 Anglican churches
and cottage hornital.
There are valuable lunch lnmls
on the outskirts awaiting setturs.
Ita lumber resources are magnificent, and a bund saw mill with a
capacity of 60.000 f' i er day is at
t' e I end nf Ihe lake. Tl e mines
liihniiiiv are proving out bigger
producers every year, with new
prospi.-(- opening up rich bodies of
oie
There wUI he n big rush this
siiinnur, so if you won hi know
im>re.   write   nl   once to   i ilhei of
the agents at the addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
uM,iiMu.ia.iu.iin(i*uuoiia*.h..*uUi)iioul»tHn.h»i..itt...iiuuiuuniului.o";t4i ;*a^M|
job Printing of every description wii! be faithfully executed at the Review JobDept.
mo.-wr■»*■> - - *•- .*"-* —'"
Ferguson
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
L
Coairacts onte.ed into for packiniol Mining Supplies, etc,
tn nii<- ....inl in the district.
i. I, pr |-t s. rvice, and any work uinleit ik.-n guaranteed
satlsiautoi v.
. DANEY, Prop. -  Ferguson
M$tiWWm$$iW
irc_.er.ial  Bank of Canada.
'•Heml Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
T
i*
JQ
>_  4_i'w*t_%
2&b€S
Made ,n Trout* Lake City.
..t'ni'iijll Auth.irizi.il, if l.ilin.OiH)
fi.l'iUl (puid Hp| -    8 .','M.}|(K1
"(test    -        -       - '  8/6 1,000
fir.inehee in the Noiilnvest Terriiori.rR, Provinces of British Columbia, ttanitobr
Ontario nml Qiii-i.ec.
T  R. MERRITT, President. P. R, WILKIE, Vice-1'res. and (ien. Man
K. IIAY. Assistant Gen. Manager.      \V. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
Trjui     Lake,    B.    I'. .Iranch -A    Oeneral    Hanking    1 u-li.--.-. . Trjn.«*.ctr,l.
• .      i*ivii!-.'R V-'nar'tiu.'iit — Dtmosits received mid interest allowed-.
-. . -
l»-,r; ; i",iui nvnlrfililr, in ni! n.ii-t-.,a-,iii:ijii,
ltnllo.1 SlliltcS in,,!  Iv-iiii ,-.
S«| < f'n.  ill*-.' rl-,..l   plVfill   ' ■ QollCOtloSe  ni'-l
H'tl-lfi:   !', llf'.K
T. B. BAKER,
""ftainaRef
.•;ale..;;. ceawford
Tills  pTonke'r
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Puck und Cartage limse8 Always for Hire
~   Freightiny Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Is     l Hi      " VTT! fl    OF    TIIK    " (!o»I*
•     ■ 11 \i'   \\ IN DING    UP    iii.   1811*     Dilil*.'»tS'.U
l.-u'v. nl I'J ii'clo.lr f,,r I'rOnt  1 ;il.e  Ferguson an I'fMinl.iiri'i'
a ... A.\.k i'.n-.    Act',"    _«ji   ix.L • -,   Itfaij; j, --' ■■  ■■ -\ '   *     ' !-'i
►—I '■«•::' y .
-
I'HR ' I*'' ntn,T8faiWeB i' T'-'iii Li
m—mmnM    — "* *""   ? "•' '■'
r llenti n at 7 a.m.
TI.
M Limji
■ *  . Liability.
NVn-P
V ninn. Forgo. >n mid Citmb'irne
L.EOAL.
1- i: i: b 0. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout l.nke, B. C.     and Ferguson,
(ii-u.s. M.-i'iii'icr, I   A   ll.irvi-y
A. M.   I'li.Uliiii...
HARVEY McCARTER & P1HKHHAM
B0LI0ITOB8, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B. C
I oHi-IIii.s fin- Iiiiprils! H inI. of .'iiiiii.In
J
r .
Ml..
PRESCRIPT]    i
WORK.
-
■
-
i
-"ll
i
li
_
iii     L ,A>A |t>)^.-   *||   ** *._v   _  t    _ I* >   **-** «*—*■ J*--*--*.-****AA   -   *   .
... •
A FULL LINK OF CHOICE -
w. I. BRI.GS
,l  M. BCOTT, i.i il
Scott & Briggs
Barristers and Solicitors
Solicitors lor Molson's Bank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
500 Cords
Slobwood
FOR.- SALE....
*   "Apply :
irafti! m isi, Cri
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B  C
Bess Motel in Town,
HvtfH for Mill and Cuiiercial Hep.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    RIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
W.  Abrahamson Lennoxville
Hotel,
TIIOI'T   LAKH   LODGE    !.•<».u.K
KO. U
i«T.*/»v ttrgutm rmeUnn I
*    . , -4     oddfellow,   ii ni  . wet:
_3KT   •  '"■',.'      in,-.,i iv nl.In in   -
^•"V..  :> V ,'   ,r.-i„,-'i     VUltim nr.:,.-
\_S     '~  •'•     ir-.,-.. Il.lly «,|,-.r.i,.
Oi -Jiir. '  • . . N   i . : A. *'. I ltS». II .» I   -■
TUSCAN   LOlx.r.
Noo'.l
A 1'.  .'v A M       j
.inl   'I I.ins.lar  .'in I. .
linn,tli.
Vir.il.ns Wele,line
i; Fordilred, Bee., II  McPhertan.W II.
Cofttractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a  Home
1-or   Yourself.
Doi-'t, Pay
Rent ——
EASY TERMS.
E. MCBBS. PROP.
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
GERARD     ~       .       B  C
f be B. C. ASSAY mul I II  (IICAL
SUPPLY ('-... I.'.i
\   \\. ...  VI ll.    II.  ('.
I Ii , *■;•:-1r r.-1 - i,,r ASM.vera, Mil
■Ntill Suppliei.     Sole a..'1-nir. ii. I   i
Morgan Crocible Co.,  I'.ntt.-r.. i li.--
Inicl :  I . W   Urntin it; Oo.'l I'1'
Inn.n is   Bnrner*, ulc      ^ -    I
iv or tli A Co.'s .l in.' Balances, ed
WCOD    VALLAS'CE    HARDWARE CO- LTD
Hardwsra, Uinan' Buppllai  W
.ml Ranges.
NELSON. B  C
i! ffiarber Shop:
 I-OU A	
Good Shave or Hair Cut
 I A I.I, UN	
I... s,i\i r i'n.. Mill is. 1 iniile I Vi
Per- r..|,| l.inliiliiy, lias jtoiiu inlo viiiun-
Inry li-iuiili'linn umler fliu i.i.ove Art;
iiinl lm> ii|.|„.ii.te,l Ilrliu .1 ti. Iliuluw.oi
the i< ,.'. ol Furguson. II CnceoiiuinuL
it- liqiiiitator, lor tho |.ur|»oaea of sucli
wiii'ln,-.' np.
I'lu- creditors of the above Company j
.. Iiicli lni> its In n,l office, in sni.l town i.f
I . -.-'>• ii. «.mI all others having niiv
■ • .-jn.i.-i soiil Company, are re*
quireil on .,.- before the Krai day of
He
t
I
ReveiHioUe, B.C., theii names and ad-
•lr. .--.--. and .!,.-,-. i..'i-.n*. nn,I tie full
pnr'i.-iiliirs ol th.-ir ,1 ibta or cl lima vei .-
ti. d bi rrniii. nnd the nntureaud amount
nlilii seeurities, if any,held by them,
nml llie snerifled value of s.icl. m . -
uriliea, and ii no required by notice
in iv ri i Inn Ill-ill sni.l liquidator ...
Iiii nolieitors, to eonie in anil prove
il.eir milI debts or claims in the usual
way, al snrli time and place ns shall beir
specified in snrl, notice. Out.-i.le coiiiiianvs   Inftresls carefully
, i •,..,-. lonke.i after.
After the si.nl flint .In p  September A_(.,,, ,„r _0.lr|liv-.s !.,„„„.
r.'j... in   -n: i liquidator ivil! pro* i to
dlatrfli'ite tho assets ol the Companv
«,.,,-,,   the   iniitics   entitled  theretd.       V. /VI. Westfall & C'J.
havii'K regard   only to   tin. claims of
which be then has hod notice, nnd the
Underwear. Sox
Shirts, Kats
.e,. '.e.i.lM-i  I.i,.".  I,.-...,!!,, Ilarv.-v, Mc-   1   \PJ * JI . ^ „-,    Qphr^fi     V
A  fiiikl.iim,  •-  . itora  for said   If   *',M,t"rl:   •3CriI.CIf,  7.     __
Iqnidator, at theirolllces,  First -;!. h-:i;..i >..n i,,„i ti.i.I't i.ai: 1 JIiLC.
yr
.
Hot and Cold _aths
J
Accountant,     ...     -      Au<lit<i
J. C. MURUAYi
TK0UT LAKE, ::. C.
liquidator will not then be liable 1 ■ lhe
assdioi any pari thereof re diallibtiteil
to m'.v |r.-r-,.n of 11 hose claim I • Iiinl
■,.-i-.it 1 lie time of Hie distribution
th -v...'.
Dated this mil. day of July, 1005.
Eft LAND ii. HADOW.
Ll II i
Mining Hr.i!<i-i-K,
Mini1,1: r.-.i|,iiili.i; ltpp.irlr.1 on.
Mln. r.mid 1*1 .■;. • i- llonalil and Hold,
I'rupeitlca Loukrd An, . tot Soii*Ui -.-
,
iii.-,.--,,,,   1 .
Troir Luke, IL ('.
r
I E. L. __
;*..'!-(>«:j;;::j;:nH
i MASTERSON I
J (il.MlllAI.    .Ml.il. ilAM'
Miners'
Supplies
ra *
1
POPLAR   -    -    B.C. !
*> « V»*>«>-^»*> »»»»■>♦»♦ 4~; v ♦♦♦♦-*. ^
tiohl 01 Silver *?l 50
Hold in ! Silver f2 00
-ii\'-i and Lead    2 60
-     1        l 00
/..uc If] 50
S   SHANNON,  f.ssoyer
FtiRQUSON !'. t
'    -*"    -^
Robertson's
Chocolates
AND
Bun"Sons
; Batge.'s
J Crystallised
Fruits
Gums, Etc.
Etc.
. Q. Fraser sssiS
lity the Best
Hardware, Tools
Stoves, Pipe
Etc.
■.   ;
••7?-
E
R
s.
Family
OCERIES
AND MINING SUPPLIES.
1,
At the
L
WEST PRICES.
'*:'•. j Clothing    \
x.
O.B N WILKIE, P.LS„   Boots, Shoes
Provlnciul Lumi Siiivevur, --,_   '      ,       . """S.
Blankets, Gloves.      ^
TP.OUT LAKE, B. C.
Miue-.'i Claims Snrveyad
and Crown Grants Obtained
***.«._---.«,.
Nails
Oils, Putty
S-W-P
Ready-Mixed Paints
'Berliner Gran&orphone.
1., tldoni ■    Ni m Uncord ..ill.-.-.
'I nml ; .       1   -
W. H. Jones, ■*=
  * ...--r im
Loose   I .-nf    Binders,    Pine
NELSON, ti. C.
 LAKEVIEW HOTEL PJBums&Co'F. B.Wells,
»U.T LAKE, B.C,
m*»», ._... l.S2J!2!H52H5EiiiL-V'**',"*j
All k:r\.i oi New Records.
S*r.je Ag«n: for the
J. CX iVIyrray
Tr.ui Like P. C.
Starfceg   &    CO. Bar Wtojl SuPP'»ed with Liquors & Cigars
j     Lfttge Conifoflable Rooms,   Kx..:ll.m CoWnc and An, .„.,,,,.,.
WHOLESALE DEALERS in Hmter,
Butti,   Clieeje,    Produce   und   Fruit
IlouHton Bk., Josephine Bt.Nelion,B.O.
Madden & Levesque
Props
WHOLESALE   AM>    RETAIL
M^t raw FURJ
Merchants
Dealers in rill kinds of Fresh Meat
raoUT LAKE, B.C.
BOUGHT
CA5H    PRICi:5   I'AIU

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