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Array I V,
*v
I Ins a larger circulation Un") any
Newspaper in N.
Kootenay. Best ad*
vertising  medium.
*-£ v. x
Lardeau Mining Review
The representative
of the rich Lardeau
country, Scut to
nny address for 12
per nu. in advance.
L. 2
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C., NOV. 16, 1905.
No. 3.
ast Payment
on Triune.
THIS FAM0U8 PRODUCER
NOW THE PROPERTY OF
THE METROPOLITAN GOLD
AND SILVER CO.
TOTAL   OF   $125,000
HAS   NOW   BEEN  PAID   BY
THE COMPANY TO THE
FERGU80N BROS.
After a hard struggle the share*
holders of the Metropolitan Gold
and Silver Mining Co. have paid
,.ut on tl) • property and nre now
sole owners of tbe Triunoaud Metropolitan groups.
The i*rice paid for the Metro-
jolitan group was «$3o,0(X), and for
A VISIONARY FUTURE.
The editor bad a dream (" pipe")
one night ibis week, and  was  curried   to  the   your   I UK).     Thia  is
What he huw :
Will Abrahamson. addition lo
the lownsite covered witb residences which would graoe the avenues
of some of our large oiticti. On the
School ground a beautiful S-roiiind
building. On the opposite corner
a $16,000 court house built by the
MnBride   government    in   1907.
Tramways lending from the HIv. r
Cup und Nettie L, Broadview,
Great Northern, Triune and .X Mi'e
summit. A smelter running full
blast with a capacity of 100 tons 11
day. Hill Baty etill talking ol
going away. Malcolm Mathieson
operating the Copper Ubief with i
crew of 100 men. The O.P.R. running three trains a day through to
tbe main line to accommodate
tourist travel. A. 0. Eraser and
Ed, Masterson occupying tsky-
scraping mail order departmental
Local Mining
Conditions.
OF INTEREST TO .HOSE
WATCHING THE .ROGRE88
AND DEVELOPMENT OF
THK RICHEST MINERAL
SECTION OFTHE PROVINCE
the Triune $100,000.     In addition (stores.   The Canadian Timber and
to the purchase price of the last
named property, the vendors, Ferguson Bros also got $260,000 shares
of the company's stock. Thi*. wns
afterwards purchased for $2.ri,00o
by the company,
Extensive development work is
planned out for the spring, and we
predict 11 great future for the company.
When about to erect a mill, send
n carload of your ore to a tasting
works and get soma com patent mill
<l.-signer siipervi.-.' it and design
a mill lo suit the needs of the case.
It may be a little more expensive
.-it the outset, but the final saving
in Ihe designing and erection of
the plant, not to mention the
siipcii<*n-''Hictic_I results obtr.ined
in treating the ore, will more than
compensate for the outlay When
the mill is finally erected, selecl a
first class man witli goodexperi-
enoe to run the mill, and not a
well spoken carpenter and machinist who has been engaged in
ore. ing fhe mill. A gnod null
mini is rarely a good millwright,
.ind the latter i- by no means al*
ways a good millman.
NOTES ON SILVER.
Silver can be rolled into sheets
1-1000 cf an inch in thickness.
and .-Uvir foil is made so thin that
11 will transmit light-
The largest single producing
mine ol silvor in the world is that
of tbe Broken Hill Proprietary
company "f New South Wales.
The silver c.iiinig.' ol th.' United
Stiiter- c titiins 900 parts silver
and 100 parts copper, while that of
Great Britain oontalns 926 pans
silver nnd T.r> parti copper.
Ths Cerio de IWo mines, oi
Peru, now operated by an Atnerl
can   company,  were  among  the
richest known   producers of silver.
Their operations Brsl begun In
1031, and up to ihe lime ol their
close in IS86, there was taken oul
462,500,000 ounces ol silver.
Silver, when molten, will absorb
oxygen to twenty-two limes iis own
volume ; this Is given off on the
metal 0 0 ing, causing lhe pheno*
11..nnn known al " spitting." This
occurs only when ihe silver is pure
and a very siiuill per cent ol
copper, zinc or bismuth prevents
it, as does a layer of some substances having no nxydi/ing action
on the molten  metal, ns powdered
charcoal or common suit.
The Lardeau Brewery Co. are
kept busy  iill   the   time.      Their
goods .ne commanding lhe attention nnd respect of connoisseurs.
Sawmills cutting 200,000 feel per
day, with mill at Gerard. Frank
Abey president of the Conservative
Association, with Bob Madden as
his right hand man. Andrew
Abrahamson mayor; Dan McLennan, H. McP! -on, Andy
Craig and Will Ahr... *•> aldermen. F. Elliot Lord Chief..... 'ce.
Electric roads through Ferguson
Ui Circle City and Ten-Mile. Lew
Thompson lecturing on the thirst
evil. John Simpson checking off
gold bricks from the mill at the
Calumet and Hecla. Sam Sutherland in the House of Lords. The
Review being published daily with
a million circulation. An up-to-
date park and museum on J. O.
Piper's ranch. .rank Laundrian
on tbe still bunt for a logging
contract. Joe Kirk Isiught out of
long tunnel stock at $12 a share
and superintending the driving of
two mure long tunnels, one from
Circle CitV to the Duncan slop',
the other from the Little Robert to
Helen Gonne. No vegetation in
the district owing to fumes from
smelter stacks; ranchers gone out
of business. Billy Cowan oper.it-
inga Marconi wireless. Dad Mark.
Steve Slinger and Sandy Laughton
directors of the Ferguson hostelry
trti>t. Only   a   dream,   but
" coming events cast their shadows
before them."
1'rov -Constable Simpson came
up from I'oplar on Wednesday's
boat.
Mrs O'Connor, of the Windsor
hotel, Ferguson, went fo Revo'*
stoke on Thursday morning for a
few day's recreation. B. ("rilly
will have charge in her absence.
The fine nstorlment "f bulbs al
Kraser's are attracting the attention of lovers of (lowers Don'l
delay in making your choice.
E. I.. Masterson moved hi- family up from Poplar this wi ek
R. E. Shepherd, "f Spokane, pre
sident of the placer companv operating here, is expected up in a few
days.
Al. Houston went to Rosshind
lust week to bring up bis family.
They will take Up their rt .idoi.ee
in J. W. Weslfall's bouse on Inr-
deiiu street.
,| \V Westfall leaves next week
lor it trip to the coast cities. He
will nol return until spring.
J. S. Lawrence, of tbe C.P.R.,
•md Messrs. J. .M. Mosthal, G. H.
Russell, nnd R. McLaohlan were
al Poplar last week inspecting the
Mother Lode No. 2 and the Marquis ami Gilbert properties.
A. Hanson has taken a lease on
ihe Gold Hug at Poplar.
A three mile trail has just been
completed to the Lidie group on
i'o, lar creek. Three men are at
work emsscutting. A cabin and
blacksmith shop has been constructed and everything is in readiness for opening up lhe property.
An offer was made to the Droad-
view syndicate duiing the week to
take over the properly at a good
big advance. A meeting of the
members will lie held to consider
the proposition. While not known
ollicially it is understood that the
parties who seek cmtrol are the
Pilot Bay and Frank smelter out-
lit, who prior to the local syndicate
getting control, had an expert examine it. At present seven men
arc employed. The ore so far is
living taken from the drift, which
is producing two tons per day.
This week a drift will be started
from the shaft where \: between
two and three fee', of ore ex ...-. i
This wi'l increase the shipments
to at least seven tons per day.
Development at the Silver Cup
is going ahead iii g.-."l shape. Geo.
Alexander, the general nanager,
who visited the mine a week ago,
announced himself as well pleaeed
with the progress, made as well as
the ore showings. It was not the
intention of the oompany, he said,
to ship any ore this winter, but to
thoroughly develop and block oul
tin nre.
The Reward long tutu.el is being
driven at tbe rate >f six feel per
day. During next week it is ex-
p. etc I to strike the lead crossing
on the surface.
The Black Warrior lessees arc
putting in two shift.- n day on
their tunnel.
When   you    feel   your   annual I flrt\c\  "Rvinlra
touch   of rheumatism,   make   i„>|
your mind that you   need a trip to
Halcyon Hot Springs, where Harry
Mcintosh will be ideas..1 to see
you and use his best endeavours to
relieve you.
D. A. Williams and Dell Heath
leave this week inr Beatrice mountain on a trapping expedition.
The Rev. Fr. Jen:nut te will arrive on Monday's boat, and will
oelnbrate muss on Tuesday morning at the residence of Mrs. L.
Levesque. Ho will leave for Ferguson the same day.
Don't forget the grand Scottish
concert on Thursday, 30th inst.
(St. Andra's Nicht.) A splendid
programme is being arranged, and
a BUpper will be given in connection.
DEATH OF NELSON TRIBUNE
After struggling   with   adverse
fortune   for   some    months.   The
Tribune,   Nelson's  evening paper,
HIGH VALUE GOLD BRICKS has ceased publication, Saturday's
FORWARDED  REGULARLY I •*trae De*n8   lh'-   concluding one.
Regularly.
TO HELENA. PROFITS TO
BE DEVOTED TO IMPROVING THE MILL.
The Eva mine at Camborne, the
Since John Houston's Midden departure Inst summer, Mr. Blake-
more lias with help been making a
strong effort to keep the Tribune
going, but financially the paper
has been getting  steadily  behind
Ven. Archdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,' Helena,
pleached to good audiences at the ——►—
Anglican  church on Sunday last.  ROSSLAND  MINER CHANGES
stock of which is held almost exclu-1 There is some  talk of a new Coil
slvelyin Nelson, is  making excel- !8ervative evening paper, hut notl,.
lent   returns   every  month.     For I jng definite bu b^- announoeA
some time to come thc  profits will! _-___
be devoted to  equipment of the
mine and the mill.
The gold brick which represented thc (.'lean-up for September has
alreidy ben reported as worth
about if6,000.
The October clean-up, represented _by a brick of tho same value
has just been forwarded through
Nelson  to the  American mint at
He will be here again for Xmas
day services, and will probably
preach the annual masonic sermon
on the 2-1 th December.
The sawmill has closed down for
the winter. The planer wiil work
forsome time, however. It is ex*
pe.-te.l that after the 1st of the new
year the plant will be thoroughly
overhauled. Logging operations
will be carried on during the
winter. Alkiut 35.000 feet of
lumber was shipped this week.
Jno.   Morton,   of   the   Reward
Mining Co., paid  a business visit
to Nelson during the week
Mrs. >fi B. ManrOSS,Ot Ferguson,
was :i visitor to Trout Lake this
week. Friends will be pleased to
learn she lias entirely recovered
from ber recent illness,
I>r. Robinson, of Fergusqn, will
receive the appointment of coroner
vice Dr. Newcombe,
A sociable evening was spent on
Tuesday evening by the young
people at the Oddfellows' Hall.
Geo. W. Carothers supplied the
music.
T.   R.
Martin
linker,  F. C. Elliott and
Lundiii     went    over   to
Galena Pass last Monday in search
ol caribou.
Ladies, attention I Leave your
ordere. lor tha " Delineator " at the
RevicA office,   The current num
b,r 1- n l-™1"1 one'
A. I. Gordon will resume operation on tlie Free Coinage lease
shortly.
Ralph   Higgills.'li     who had tbe
contract for packing on Irom thc
Mammoth came over ti rs t of the
week     lie reports ih.-   property
looking well with lota of high-
grade or.- iii sight Stippli.-s have
been laid iii for a lull winter's
work. The returns Irom the laat
shiplli. ni of ore. Consisting of 881
sac1:, or nl...nt 18 tons, which was
recently lent to the Trail smelter
were $2*181.83 net. The gross returns weie $2787.66.
Barclay Crllly, of the tin at Northern Mines, Ltd . came up from
Nelson ..11 Monday llight, lie reports matters progressing favorably
und intimates that work on the
Lucky Jack and Swede groups wi'l
be started in good -Imp.' early in
the spring.
Prices of metals continue t.>
climb.    Silver is n.'l 1-,-. ; copjier
16 8 8 lo IC.'.-S; had fl". I.-, til.
iii London.
Abrahamson  Pros, arc   having
the inside  ..f their house painted
and decorated hy A. W. Edge.
ACCIDENT TO OLD-TIMER.
Friends of Geo. N. Taylor will
be sorry to learn that he recently
met with an accident which wi 1
incapacitate him foi some time.
He was working on tbe Opera
house, Spokane, and the scaffold
giving way he fell a distance of 25
leet When picked up he was unconscious, in which state he remained for an hour. His other injuries consisted of a sprained
shoulder and wrist. He is now
progressing favorably.-
HANDS.
W. K. E*ling of Tacoma, who
for the past ten years bas been
identified with newspaper work in
southern British Columbia, has
purchased the Rossland Miner, the
oldest daily newspaper in the interior. Witb tbis change in ownership the old Rossland Miner Print-
ting and Publishing company
ceases to exist and the paper becomes tbe personal property of Mr.
Esling.
JIMMY  SHERRAN   KILLED
AT MIDWAY.
On Saturday last a fatal accident occurred at Midway to James
Sherran. lie was driving his team
from Midway to lhe railway grading two miles west, fell from his
se t and was rendered unconscious.
When found be was in a dying
condition and never rallied. Provincial Constable D. J. Darraougb
is asking for Information as to any
relatives of the deceased man Although he hat been well known in
tin Kootenays for ten years past,
nnd has worked in the Lardeau,
Slocan and Boundary in the early
days, no one seems lo know anything of his family or friends. He
was a man  of about 116 years of
age, of convivial habits and uni-1 Two ■OCil1 B*,nrt9 "'ere after
versally popular. Jimmy waa an!SroUs« ,il8t Saturday, and one of
old-timer in the Lardeau and Dun- j *•*• nimr"'ls happened to bean
can districts. He was w-.-ll known | Irishman and the other an En*
and liked in   this district, and his gHsbman.    The   latter shot a bird
Service in the Methodist church
Sunday at 11 n.m. Subject : " Receiving Power." At 7.30 p.m.,
subject, "The Elder Brother."
Service at Ferguson at8 p.m.
Dave Noyea had the misfortune
to cut his arm severely on the
planer at the sawmill yesterday.
Dr. Robinson had to insert several
stitches before lie left.
The die is cast, St. Peter said
Onto the shades of mortal ;
I really could not let you come
Within tlii~ Heavenly portal.
'Tis true rou'vj been a Godly man,
Also a worthy deacon,
But that will'not suffice,
Or my resolution weaken ;
For it is charged against you here.
In summer or in wint-r
You never gave a single cent
To help the local printer.
Now we suppose that no good man
Could e'er have acted so,
And consequently I'm compelled
To send vou down below.
Go down misguided friend, go down
To regions somewhat hot,
But  hold,  here's Craig and Crawford's rig
To speed you to that spot.
Tbe plac.r Hume ol the Spokane
Fulls Co., who nre operation on
l.iirdea.i .leek, is iib.nit completed.
The bridge over the river received the much nee '. d attention
of carpenters ibis week. Hitherto
the bridge was In a most dangerous
condition, and any,.tie passii j
over were forcibly reminded of a
1 nl.- mi a switohback railway.
Contractors Baty and Abraham
sun have ibis \w ek put the finishing touches to tlie exterior ol 11.
Christie's residence on Vancouver
street
.lim Hunt is now entirely le-
covi red from his recent accident, a
broken collar hone, nn.l Is again
pursuing his bent ns lhe " village
b'ackstiiitli."
Mr. and Mrs. W. Orillils nnd
1 >ii Johnnie, of Ferguson, 1. ft on
Wednesday for a trip t.. Spokane.
Charlie Copp returned from Nelson on Friday after a short Stay
It was the intention of the resplendent Charles .ni leaving to pull his
freight for the coast, but strings
with dollars and dimes attaohed
plucked him Lardeauwards and
he i- now working the wires with
Nelson with a mining deal on the
horilOll,
Rudden death came
his many friends.
ns a shock to
very high  up,  and  it  came down
with a plump at their feet.
" Faith,   that was  a waste  of
N() powder  and  shot."  said his Irish
friend.
Right Hon. R. J.  Seddon, pre*     ■• \vir>. •» •'
mier of New Zealand, In the course     "Because, sure the  fall   alone
of a recent speech declared that  W(HI|,j ■,.„.,. ki|,,,,| ,|l(> ,„„,,. bjr(i
th, Japanese would not he allowed without any ..f the sbootln'."
to go ti. New /. a and, .Mid that the
colony would refuse to he dictated
Hit. Crawford, engineer of tho
Lard., railway, is on a visit to
town.
t" in the matter.
A dispatch Irom Perth. Western
Australia, says it is reported that
the colonial offloe has informed! The Lo Rol Mining Co.. in a oir-
the premier in peremptory tortus I cu'ar just Issued in London reply-
that the clauses of the factories Jngto the demand of ex-Manager
amendment act relating to Asiatics! McMillan   for  a meeting of the
shareholders, refuse  to call anv
are 10. '.".'iiiinl to the feelings "f
n.ul..ns wi h which Great Britain
is nt peace, nnd must be repealed.
TA *GHE VS. MORGAN,
The appeal in Taiighe vs Morgan has beeu dismissed with costs
by the full court at Vancouver.
This was an appeal by thc defend*
in.'"ting in London until the War
Eagle and Centre star companies
hold theirs in ('ami.la.
NOTICK.
1 hereby give   notice that at the
meeting ..f the Board of License
Commissioners ol the Ainsworth
ant to reverse a judgment for $1600 License distriol to be held at tbe
nn.l costs ns damages for the false Mining Recorder's office, at Trout
Imprisonment    ol    the   plaintiff Lake, on December, 16th, 1906,1
whom he had prosecuted for steal- shall apply for permission to trans*
ing ore from the Lnoky Jack mine f,.r my license f.u* the Halm..ml
ni   Poplar, which was slaked by Hotel,    Ferguson,    t.>      S.    I!.
both parties, the claim of th ie Slinger     Dated  November 10th,
being above the other. 1005, A  IIa.nkim:, -*.*»—*.*- ~.--"«t«
i
THE LARJ>E<_U MINING
RXVIEW.
In Printed it Tr.nH tokeCJIy, mm PobUtlittl
ui Fet-pii .11 nil 1'rout i.-ii    >■ . r   :
ToeE.ll.or I >-s n >i a..Iii tllmielf r.Kpon-
• Uilor.ir tli" »piril-*its tit oori-1'r.i.tinil.lili. fl-
{.reined In It*. OOluroDI
AlllnoiN will nc rlmrcd nl the i-nlr efll
cents per jln», Aral Insertion,ead lOeentapei
line ei.eli intaMQaaai Insertion.
Termifor I'rnnfthHil imi other nl.-eHt-.ln-,
will lie in.■..- kim> i, .. i application •! :'..
aubnrripiii.il (".'..»>• >ear, In ...tvinirc
A KOLD-UP GAME.
The postal department of the
Dominion gtivernment has issued
an ort'er barring special editions
of newspapers from lhe maiir at
the regular newsjiajier rates. This
means Unit the po*-tafre in tho
future- on an edition like the
Herald Annual of lust yeir will
cost [.'. publisher $70.00 i" mail
lie C . i - I th- r-_;:i..r -':!>;-. rib
ers Sueh a regulation in .•. country like Western Canada is an otit-
rage. Ihe special editions ii--ur-.l
I.y western papers  h.iv> been   a
must potent factor in dis.e: it-
ing knowledge of lhe r;*souri*es of
the west, nnd attracting emigration to this country. As a result
capital is encouraged and the progress of tbe country is more rapid
in consequence. The order i°
wrong from every point of view.
and is probably tbe result ni a fossilized whim. In justice t.. ihe
west tiie order should be revoked
without delay.—Cranbrook Herald.
We heartily endorse Ur- r Simp*
son. It is (ertainly an outrage
that legitimate publications irhic.
'Croat Xafce
Mater
Supply (So.
©
By us rg Vs jiter supplied i>v tbi
Company yu sn assured ol sbso*
lute purity, t>> verun ent Analysis
to hack  .;- statements, -.::::*:
Hygfe McPherson - - Supt.
Masterson, Griffith
News as a Conservative newspaper.
That's a geol one. Vro\\ Forster
must have changed his political
opinions very recently, us a few
weeks since be was under thc impression th.it tin- -uii rose and Bet
on Sir Wilfrid's brow.
CKRiIFIOATK OF TIIK RFC."ISTRA
TION OK AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY,
R. W. EDGE
Painter —.
Decorator.
TROUT   LAKE
B. 0.
Comfaxub A.t. I8W.
I hereby certify thai the "CliettiMtl
Hill Mining Cooipaay," "KaiKPereonal
Liability " has tho dav Ve**n register**!
ii Estra-Proviw al Company ender
Hie " Cotupaniw Art, WW," to carry
outer effect all or any of the tttrjecni of
the Company 10 which the Je*fii>!8tive
authority of the Legislature of British
Columbia extends,
Tlie !ie*l otfk-e of the Conipanv it.
cittiaie   at    No    Sol    Qolnn-Snarpless
| K1111(1 ing,   S   1 ll.   Street, in tlie city of
Philadelphia in the comity of I'bda.lel-
pliin .imi Mute of i'ennsylvani-..
Ti.e amount of tin- capital of the Oom
i .i.-> ia two hundred thousand .).>ll«rs,
• livi.lcil into tno lintiilre.l thousan.l
■ban .- of "ne dollar each.
The i ■ :i I office of the Company in
this Province is situate at ihe town ol
rrout l-uke, ami Thomas !•". Ehrehart,
Mine Manager, whose a'Mres? ia il.e
•ame, is tlie attorney for the Company.
Xot empowered t> iae.ie and transfer
■took,
The Company is specially limited
under section .v>.rf the sail Act
The time ol the existence of the eoin-
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
U'atch-rrpairing,    et<*.
Guaranteed
AH work
OJlMuisM Troul Late, B,C
go to a large expense lor tbe pur- ?*?/ &_,'•'yi*rt tnBk tbe -»••■«•■■>■'--■'
. j July, i_■ ■ ♦
pose of advertising the resources of
the we.-t should be "held up"'
no that the Postmaster General
may make a name for himself by
showlnr. a surplus.
DEVELOPMENT   PREVAILS.
The jurorlf  done   in   the   Trout
Lake district this summer has de*
monstrated   more  than   ever   tbe
richness and   also the permanency
of the lead*.    The shipments have
been  small owing to the fut thai
develoi ment   I as   been   the   iiret
thought of th- "ivni-n. of thp differ*
i nt  properties      They  have realized more than ever  the necessity
of proving up their claims, and instead  of  gopheri i* out  twine ore
showings,  I.ave gone in for good
sound work.
Tbe opei i ig qp of ihe Pilot Bayl
smelter wi'l also have stepdencyl
to   liven    .natters   up       A   large
amount of capital   is being put in-1
to that concern, and as thin dis*
Irii t   will  bo one of  iheir  main
sources of supply, it ia only natural
to believe that bet'er   inducements I
in   the  way  of  freight and treatment rates will  be1 afforded     It is
also a known fact  that the rim iter
oompany  are  anxious to secure
several properties near the lake on
which there are Jar**.* bodies of ore
nf a medium grade so as to secure
sufficient   tonnage  to keep then
jdant supplied
Given nnder my hand  and «*al of
office nt Victoria, Province of British
Colombia, this 5St'. Hay of October, one
tlionsaii.l nine hundred" and five.
tut I 8. Y. VTOOTOH,
Registrar of Join) Htoek Oosspanies.
Theobjecta for which this company i*
established and registered are:
To purchase or   otherwise  acquire,
wn, lease oceopy, use or deie'opany
lands oontainiog _l..J. silver, copper,
lead or other minerals:
To mine, or otherwise  to extractor
' remove,  gold,   silver,   ro;.per, lead or
..th r mineral*:
T bov, sell, or (ilierwise to deal or
iratt- in (.'..Id, sil»er, copper,lead or
••the inerals and any of the produeli
then and articles consisting or partly eo      sting ;l er. ..f
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review." ::::::
S^
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
you want to SELL
you went to BUY
IF
Correspond with the
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
I Lardeau ft
Exchanj
j Stylish
f Rubber
Footwear
I
We have several Good Properties listed ..ii « bit I «... I tt-riue
can he had.
Lcrdearj Mines Eichange,
" Review " Building.
Tro il Lake, B.C.
f
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
AN   ADVANTAGEOUS   TOUR.
The   tour of Premier k/oBride
and Hon. B. F; Green. Chief Don*
miaeioner of Lands and Works, is
nf vast benefit t-. the country at
large,   and   lias   n   lei ■!-    iy   to
strengthen the h in i  of tbi goveri -
ment.   Tin- big spending depart*
moot  is tbe one under the charge
of Mr. Green, mnl it is good i olicy
on  his  part   tn  |. r.-.n all/ know
What   if   needed   in    tbe    nay  of
pnblic improvements.   We are all
human, nnd sometimes   to have
work done and money expended
that  is in t  really neoessary ju*t
because som< friends want it done,
The present government have dm .-
veil in redeeming tbe financial situation  of the   province, and it :a
pnly I.y curtailing eyery necessary
expense that  the recjemption will SSl'in
become permi nt.    of coarse «re
are not sn pe nnioug us t!m f4rmer
Tie n.-tv Map. Leaf
samples include models
for French, Cuban and
Military heel-.   They arc
a lit. e neater and dain*
til r  ihaii yon evi r nn.i-
gined   Kn'-K-r Footwear
could la- made.
A.-k vuiir dealer for the
Maple Leaf
Brand
They   COS)     no   more
than the ordinary makes,
J.LeckieCo.Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
NEW YORK LIFE ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
Knit [.1VES.MB.T.    AM.   PROTBCTIOII
IHU-. TAYLOR, Agei •.
Rkvklbtoks    and     Th..it Lake
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Dentistry.
mi. MILLOY to now located In N'< Im-ii  1%- ^i.r-
>.«u.r In |)r   slixliliirlat
~BU Aberdeen Block
('.■i-ntt*  fmirt   1 ti.     I.«r
tlfwti m.tv r**l.   "ii    l'v|
c)a**n tn-jiiriM nt.        .   «
A. Milloy
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W'MA*aat^M^
i
NOW
in     the     time     f .:      y,\\    \n
!'•   Bliy  I/it"        Nel. r «• re
the I'i- -p. cts . f FergDson
on bright.
U
B. J.
CUMMINS
 ml *>! .re.   k.i i Mm.
-     Kroita
-■>   "i    ii.h'■■•"•'•rtni.nl
ol Umoken* rtappltoa.
i.m.-..i.rn,, inK iu nil T.k|,i„,„. i -.,
FERGUSON
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated Brands of   limn, Bacon
SJl'l   t-r.*.*,
NELSON,       - B   C.
W. H. Jones,
The   Town   «.f   KKHGL'SON
Will   he   one   .-f    the    dreale«t
i)r** Pro toeing Camps in tbe
World. The high degree >.f
■ucceu achieved bj tbi
numerous WEALTiJY snd
PRACTICAL BRITISH and
AMI. It I can MINING
COMPANIE8 ni.w nnerating
there is a tiilr'i to tbe
tiein. ndous wealth . i the hills
I
•inn imi
RGUSON
I.txiee
I'rintin^.
I eal    Hinderii,    Fine   Joh
NELSON, B. C.
CANCELLATION <>K RESERVE
N
COAST  DISTRICT.
.. T li.l-. la Ii. r. I ,   turn Iiml . i,.-  n-. r    ,
II...I. iii..ii....I wlilcli   M.i-  imblltbnt    .
thi  ll . ....ir.iii .mnl a ilii Illli Aliguit,
"il.i-i.vi..e.i- u i,.'it n'lnnri un iidln** r,.. i< „
i n n .mi., in  i.,, i, tide   ..I   I,,,
.- . ■• -nn Itir.-i-  l.i-Ucoii   Kil.llnv ..-in
IliiMlten. I- .•..M.I-II...I.
•>-.ii.-.- is ni*., L.u, i, iimt Hint portion ..I th.
r.-..rviiiion. ii.in,-,. ,,r ivlii.-ii .in., imiiihii. ,| in
mnmhnr   f- , ""J "' '  ■?"-*••« ■"«* •|."."1 Win l> tnlier,
iiKiimr   I.-.in   tne   north   ITllO Ob*   late, eo.erlng a belt of land eslendlna M-
ieeled    In   h-ivino    .il,l..,.,      (, ..   ,1       ""  ' '-'-e ...<iiilli.ifK.li..,.,r nn,, „,„| iui.IIhs
jK.iirt   id  iii)iii({   riquons   lor the   Onieron, i- mclnded In h.. r»r u, n povera
Inii.l I. 1... Ik-Iiviiii Hip   Kil.l;.,.  (iiiu.iii and
ill-   ii   l.ili.l   Ii.  III.  Kilim.,1   iniii y, .ll-lnnl   |.|,
IhoOgh she was a nice _irl   he was ^W^r^tTlZ''S^TSffl
opposed to the government buying oBS?&%%SP5Wr><?£:jiS^iSKU^VU1
i ni. j .\.-i. mi .m.i iin.-r .in-. i-- i.i ,  vi ii   i,, . i
UiT.mtwln.il: Hmvlditd iimi ti..- ri.i.i  nf
\riiv 'rlHnv ml I mad muiii i,,,i i„. |0C|U t.-.i i„ j
hii.v lends so aoqulred.
W. s. ....Hi-:,
I;, i-i'iy . pmmMotii rnfLandse Worfcn i
I. ni
AiiKum, IM,
typewriter un iho score thai
triiniiiin-'s fur her bonnet.
The   Nelson   News  in   a   recent
, , ... I), puly > oinmlwliiii. r.
ISSUe r.-f.-rrt'd t.i   the Medicine Hat   '-»•"•" "'"' *Vor»« I m
i ylctoiln, n.i  . nn \
5000Z_ll_£i_______
1 '■'"■■■■' NEEDED
Annnallv, t.. (ill ibe new t<.Mii"ii-
created by Railroads inri Teltfirar.li
Comnaniea M'e nrai I Yot ISO MEN
mnl I.AI)lf:s ..I Kuod .'..ii.ii*, lo
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
ANJ R.B.. ACCOUNTINO
We famish :.'> per pent ..f i heO|ier.
Htoif ami stiiii.,1, Ai*enI« in An orii h
(im .-i\ reboots nre the lnij*i'st exrln*
live relegmpb Krboois IN 'Illli
WOWLD, lunahliabetl 20 years and
endorsed l.v nil leading I'nilwnv
Olllelals.
\. i- .-M-.-iiii- ii ypo i„,,,i i,, ,..,, u
slmleiit t.. furnish I Im ..r I ei n i. in.
lion i ij im.' from »)(»lo |n0 n i lotiili
in slates east "f the lloeky n ann-
lains, oi f.riin 17"> I.. $iini:, montii in
*r tes weei ul ihe i;,., kies, iinme
mediately npou xraduation.
.iuUHIllS   ■-.'111   enlel   nl    ilnv  lime,
.Vr. vacations. For full particulars
riyiiuiii if nnv of ■■ ii si i Is »rite
HI reel   to nm executive   afilce ai
liin inniiii, o. Catalogue f. >•-.
THK
Cincinnati Ohio. iiuffalo, N. V.
Atlanta, <ia. l.a.'roase, VA l.v
Texarkana, lex. San l-ranclsco, tal
Lennoxville
<?—Hotel.
E. MOBBS. PROP
Hotel and
General Store
OERARD        '.       .       Be
The BEST Always I
IN FINK SHOE8 !
MINING SHOES I
SHOE PACKS I
BUBBER8  am.
OVER8UOE8I
GERMAN SOCKS I
I* wlmt  you  will ifi I if vmi do y.nir l.iivin.
will. IM     Nn don't fiiiif.l.  wh.n wm.Ilnx Kill.
IliinU in II..  wii.v nf I.n,m, iir  |o . .. I nn tin r,r
•trii|i k Iln..
Public School, Hoaplial, and
other Inailtoliona. Exoellenl
Water works system Sireels,
Stores and Reeidencea illu-
mineil by Electrii lit, Oaily
mail   (,. rvi.v.     '| he' li.wn-ii*.
i- admirably laid     Gel in
NOW i.ti the ground .T..«>r.
Lots can  now   be  purohared
ikon
'i'i BOM SHOE STflfi.
Nelson, B, C.
ANDREW
*    CO.
Mail orders oareft*lly ami   promptly
attended to.   A_ent for .-jIhiit nml Net-
■ I. tun Shoes.
A. R. HEYLANp,
PUOTIHOIAL I.AM) st'KVKViiR
Mineral (Jiiiinis Surveyed
POPLAR, KASl.o,
$75 m,   j
TOWNS! TE AOENT
FLOYD |
;    I
RRVEI.STOKE, B.
j^tm 0«0« CM9 11   - .->-.,
• f= • •  t\ Jt,J    -r ,-eo-j ....
-*.  TLlx IDotel Beaton  ...
Bf:A rON. fj.c
YI8ITOR8 arriving at Beaton (tha tli-•»)._.i   , ,,    ,    ,
via irrowbead will find n,IN „   1  ,    ' "     '" '■H"U:"'),
lot hiRb-class trade    I-x  ■ "  , ,'" ,v ""'"'I'1""1
•PPolntedandap," sdlS ng ball "ti«C T"     . """
'"d Cigar,    l.raonalsunervfslon . „ ,'.', ,":  "' u'""'"N"ni'
SW.BOYD-:-  -.--Prop
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' ■*•«*«.-.,
■*"   >**Xmrs^^v*, *<»V
i
Li FERGUSON HOTEL
The noted home lor travellers viaJtln.
Fergmon, B.C. '
A well stocked Bar ol the choicest Llqours, Wi
MoDonnell _  Blaiok
ties, etc.
•"*r-aprl»tor*».
Legal Notices.
OIBTiriCATKA OF  IMPaOVSMKMT.
NOTICE,
fioldoii Chsst No. 2.,   .olden Chest No,
f Fraction, and l.iilie mineral claims
aitim. in ths Trout Lake Mining Hivi-
lioii of West Kootenay district.
Wli*r«   I". »i."l:   One  and   one half
-alias ninth west   from   the   town
fopl»r. It. C
f»k« notice that I, John Keen, free
■IfMi • ce.tiflcat* No. IW:i„1.ii, intend
•iatr .lays after -late hereof, to apply to
tb#Mining Kec >rder lor Certificates of
^Jrovements for the purpose olobtain-
prown grants of the above claim*.
nl further uke notice that action
section S7 must he commenced
 re the iisuance of inch cert ideate ol
aovements.     Dated this Hist day ol
l.ar, A. I)., 1906
p.'ov _06 JOHN  KEEN.
NOTICK.
ck Diamon.l mineral claim, situate
tlie Trout Lake Mining division of
test Kootenay district.
there located: On divide between
[Smith fork of the Houth Fork of the
lean river and llonansa creek, about
[miles northerly from the Aimrican
pke Notice that I, 0 B. N. Wilkie,
njt as agent for the Seattle-Oregon
ling Co., F.M.C. No. B83195, in-
SH, lixty days from the date hereol
laai'i ■• to tl'« Mining Kecorderfora
^^itn-ate of Improvements, for the
mte of obtaining a Crown (irant of
i«        claim.
Inl further take DOtleS that action,
ler i.rtion 37. mnet tie rnmmenred
kr- tt.e in lai.n* ■■( auch Certificate
Jlii|irn\.iii"iili.
-.1    tins   6th   day  of Oct.,   i.n.
NOTICE.
Black Diamond Mineral Claim litnati
in the Trout I.ake  Miniug Diviiion ol
V, Lin Kootenay District. Where located
One half mile north of Ilasklne creek.
laku Notice that 1, H. Mcl'herson
sgem for the Heattle-Orcgoo Minin(
to., Free Miners' Certificate. No.B83IV.'
intend sixty days from the <l_
hereof toapply to the Mining Kecordr
for a Certificate of Improvementi fo
of the purpose of obtaining a Crown gran
| of the above claim.
And further take notice that sctioi
under section 37 mint be commence.
before the issuance ol such Certificate
if Improvetnenta.
Dated thii 23rd day Sept. a.d. 1906.
icpt 2fl
NOTICK.
T..,.'.. ." _' ""n""*1 claim,   ■Ituat. In   th.
__^jE*t*_-*PB   Oalena ere.k, about
K»<>'«ll.« from circle city.
___.*i£°_ _'■"•' '• °-HN- WHS'*. *-"'t for
nfiia?  ".'''I?11".tre* miner'. SsrUfleSu No.
BSUM, lilUrnu, il.iv ,lBy, fr„m t_e d_„ b,re.
rhS.VPl l0 ,h<> klnlnt Kecorfler for a e.r-
_ffi_H--'__0M",sntl for lb. purpoie of
OM-UnlOga Crown Uraut of the alKiv. claim.
.._?„iirt,"r •"■''• BoBeS that action, under
„,_y"? 5' ***-_t b* oomm.ne*d befor. lb. Ik
i___ ._ut_ oartlflaataol Improvsmenls,
fates thu 6t_ ,.,- 0, octob.r, A.D.. 1S05.
00,4 0. B. N. WILK1K,  P._.H.
 TROUT I.AKE.
NOTICK TO llKLINHllENT CO-OWNtRW
It pays to use the Telephone. A
lengthy trip can often be saved. Offices
at Ferguson: Cummins' Store ; Trout
Lake, Post Office ; also at Beaton, Comaplix and Arrowhead.
6.
;u   II  N. WII.KIE.
NOTICE.
.foe. Kdwardi   mineral claim, innate
ia I'1"  rrn.tt  lake Mining   Diviiion of
Watt  K . .!-:a> district.
Mtl-'i. looeted : (I-i Silver Cup moun-
gtili   about I1*!   indei   from   Silver Cup
adn-
■in' notice that I, rredcri. _ Cl.arlri
Mli   i   F.M.I     No    RM042,  acting at
■i.-   foi   John  W     Westfall,   P     ,C
K. l'-M-.»,  intend,   tialy   days from
J—WA   date    hereof,   to   apply   to    the
^■ning  Kecorder   for   a Certificate of
||.r r\. n.iita,   for   the purpose of ob-
•ing a Crown lirant of the above
Inn.
tut  (nrther  take notice that action
h'"  te.lioii 37,  mn-<  bo commenced
KM the isi-imice of such Certificate!
Improve man ta.
Patad tint llih day of Aug.,a.n \*X>
r> -06
KOTIUI
Hr-r Foi.inlD.ral claim, -.liuat*. In llir
Troul l.ak. Mima. Iilvltlon uf W.itK-..i
•nay dliln.-t
Where located :—On nonanta eul. aboul
.in. mil. aoutl 4H| fruaa Black Dlamom.
illiberal claim
Take Dotios that I, O.B.N. Wilkie, agent foi
I'.l.r Mc V.litli.  frrr miner's oerllflcale  No
- intend, «ntv days (ram the data hers
tt, to aiip.y in la. Mining Kcourd.r for a Or
nitrate nf Improvements, for tb. purpoee »l
-.i lainlug a Crnirn (irant of the abor.  claim
And furtlirr tag. nolle, that action, uod.i
•e -Hon Tl. mun b. commenced before th. li
■ u ir.c.nf .ii-li certificate of Improvement..
Itatrd in. iln .lay nl October, A I... 1W6.
oet» 0. B. N   WILKIE, P.I..8
TROUT I.AKE.
NOTICK TO DELINQUENT OO-OWNER
Io D. R. McLennan or to whomsoever
he may have tratii'erred hie interest
in the Kml.ro mineral claim.
Take Notice that I the underiigne.l
o-owner wilh you in the Fn.hr.. mineral claim tituate on south side of Lardeau river between Rapid and Poplar
creeks in the Trout Lake m ning diviiion
of W. Kootenay, have performed the necessary work and made the neceitary ex
l>enditure on the above-mentioned
claims for the yean 1904 and 1SW6, m
order to hold lhe same under tertian 2*1
of the Mineral Act, and the yean for
which said work was performed snd expenditure msde having expired, I hereby give you notice that if within 90
days from '.he tint publication hereof
you fail or refuse tc contribute your pro-
port innate shsreof such expenditure and
pay the coal, of this alien, tt ment.
four Internet in the aaid mineral claim
will become tha property of the underiigne.l under anil by virtue of section 4
U the Mineral Act Amendment Act
1900.
Dated at Trout  1 uke thii 6th  day of
Julv, 1905. Fbbd C. Elliott,
Julv 7. 06 Co-Owner
To James Grant, R. Q. MacLeod and
James Bouehier, or to   whomsoever
they  may  have transferred their intereal in the slate mineral claim.
Take notice that I,  the undersigned
o-owner with you in  the Slate mineral
laim, iituale on houth side of Lardeau
rival between Rapid and Poplar creeks
ii the Trout  Lake  Mining  Diviiion of
Wt»t   Kootenay,   have   performed  the
leceasary work and made the neceiiary
xpenditure on   the above   mentioned
laim lor the yean  1904  and  1905,  in
rder to hold the umi under leclion LA
f lhe Mineral Act, and  the yean (or
vllich mid work wait performed ami ex-
enditure made having expired, I bare-
>y give you notice that if within 90 dayi
--im  the   lint publication hereof you
til or refute to contribute your propor-
ionate ahare nf   nn :h  expend.tore ami
ay the costs of thia advertisement your
.tereit in the laid  minersl claim will
jecoine the property of the undersigned
under and I.y virtue of section 4 ol the
Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900.
Dated at Trout Lake this 17th day of
July, 1905. JAMES 8.1 ELL,
Co-Owner.
Review Job Dept.
For High-Class Work.
Lardeau
Hotel
00
Baa
to
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
WHEN   visiting   Ferguson you
should stay nt the Latdeati
Hotel.     Here   tbe   visitor
will   be   surrounded   with
In.me comforts.    Excellent
cuisine,     well    ventilated
and    warm    rooms,    will
■locked bar.   and   ev. rytbing which
terds towards  making your visit a
pleasant and memorable one.
Kates from fl day upwards.
We strive tn |ik'*sa our patrons.
FERGUSON.
NOTICK.
Copper Queen mineral claim, innate
in the 'I roul Lake mining diviiion of
Weet Kootenay diitrirt.
Where located : On silver Cup mountain, about 1>§ iinlci from Silver Cup
mine.
Take notice that I, Frederick Charles
Klliott. F.M.C. So. 1588042, scting as
agent lor Charlei" L, Copp, F..M C. No.
1*83186, Charlei McNicholl, F.M.C.
No. B78011, and John W. Westfall,
F.M.C. No. B879«4, intend, sixty days
Irom the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under lection 37, mutt be commenced
before the ittuancs of Certificate of Improvementi.
Dafed thii llth day of Aug. a.d. 1905.
18-8-1905.
Halcyon  .
Hot SpriDyp-s
Sanitarium
ARROW  LAKE,  B. C.
oo<it>
Under  New  Management
HARUV   McINTOSII.
Of tbe Hoffmann House,
Proprietor.
■raH3-*3*-c_
Rossland,
The Moit complete health retort on
the continent cf North America. Ac-
coitimo lationi for 100 gueitt. liood
fishing, lioatinK and hunting.
Terms $12 00 to $1S.OO per week, according to residence in hotel or villas. A
doctor in attendance.
For further particulars apply to
Harry Mcintosh, Proprietor
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS.
m
Balmoral Hotel.
Visitors to Fergus un may rely upon tbe very best of
accommodation at this  well-known hotel.   Rooms are
well furnished thioughout.    The Bar it itocked wilh
a choice assortment of palatable quenchers.
fi
Uf
Under the Management of S. Slinger
m
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson  Bros., Proprietors
A
Pointer
Bvrarriu*<o »_w  aiso   riKHT-CLAua im all bebpkotb
Fire  Proof Safe
Tlia hMS« li ttoekaC with in* Aiwi Wlaat aad dawn eo tbt faarhal.
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Ll Uo«er th« aanra _ana««_._L
When li.nkinp for a plac? to spend
your biiliday-rt, bear in uiiud
that Trout   Lake   is   an
ideal   summer   resort.      The
scenery and climate are magnificent
TltVIE   TABLE
S.r*. ARCHEP or S.5. LARDEAU.
Ruonlog between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing October lsib, IWi, will tail as followa.
weatber permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Benton and
Comaplix, twice daily    1..a and 51c.
Learlnf* Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice dally — "il.'.k and
l2;4Mt. Making close connections
with all C. P. K. Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve the right to
change tlmea of sailings without
notice.
The iwjplre Lumber Co., Limited.
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
Place to Stop at
'VHEN IN ROPSLAXP.
Davis (8b Loder
Props.
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Mueka! Eotertalameat
Bulletin  Board, World'*
Mlalnr New*.
E. L. MORAND, - PROP.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stofelea tt Trout, Uike.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   a
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
7\
f
&
MACKINNON  and
SUTHEKLAND
General
Merchants.
FERGUSON - - B. 0.
i.
TROUT LAKE CITY
f_
THERE linTe been fortnn.a
made by judicious investment in Real Estate, and
more fortunes will be made than
e»er the next two or three yeara.
The one who reaps the hiirsest ia
the original investor, for he has
his money on a certainty.
Now let us point out to you that
there is no better spot on the Continent (o Ltiv Real Estate than
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake is the prettiest spot
in the Kootensys ; as a pleasure
resort it has n.i equal. Boating
and fishing tuny he indulged in
the year round; while big gsmo
in abundance is tn the Cum.I on
the hills. Its climate is superb,
there b»ing no groat extremes, it
being mild in winter and cool in
summer. Il can boast of I0O6 of
tho finest hotels and residences in
British Columbia. Its streets are
well laid out and graded. There
are two excellent general stores,
and a glance at the advertisement!
in this journal will show that all
trades are fairly well represented.
Write   with confidence to Agents.
H. McPherson
Agent-
TrOUt Lake, B.C.
. .et
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
•*»» *
once.
..  ..
..  .*
Then call on
or   write to
It _|
IT has never had a " boom "—III
growiii bas been steady. It is
the Im ad of navigation, and
the terminal of the Lardo branch
of the C.P.R. All roads (in tha
Lardeau) lead to Trout Lake. It
is the commercial centre of the
richest mineral district on the
continent, and has hanking facilities provided by the Imperial
Bank of Canada ; first-class school
accommodation under the direction of S. Shann. ii. It A ; a good
water system ; government offices ;
County Court sittings; Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican churches
and cottage hospital.
There are valuable ranch landa
on the outskirts awaiting aeUlcrs.
Ita lumber resources are magnifi
cent, and a band saw mill with a
capacity of 60,000 ft. per day Ig at
the head of the lake. The mines
'.lil.iitiiiv are proving oot bigger
producers every year, witb new
proapecta opening up rich bodies of
ore.
There will he a hig rush this
yea-, so if you would know
more, write at once to eilher of
the agents at tho addreaaos below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
_!
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■Jcb Printing of every description will be faithfully executedjt^the Review Job DepL
. .  .  i ;•/' n -- ■- -
„ iiMiii''n""**.V'"""i*i>i, >T,h
City Drug Store ji
Ferguson
l|    Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
±«-,*_-
I \\..t
V   - '      ^V 1     -
/,'"'_
Ci nr;.eis piiteicil into f.rr packing of Mining Bupi lies, etc,
In hip' |niinl in ti.e .list li.'t.
ii ....I. |iroui|.tsorvli'u, nml nny work undertaken guaranteed
s.it:8i'aeloi y,
S, DANEY, Prop. -  Ferguson
4. ■■■ 7*
W.   Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townslte.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
II, ad Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Get a  Home
l:or   /our self.
Don't_Pay Rent.
Easy Terms.
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Pro iiniiil I.nnd Surveyor,
Capital Authorised. $4,000,000
Capital [paid up] -   8.5J0.OO0
Itual   -      -      -    3,1*00,000
Ilranchos in the Northward Territories, Prnvlneos of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario and <jiiei.ee.
T R. MERR'TT, President. D, R, IVII.KIB, Vlce-Prea. and Gen. Man.
E, HAY, Assistant Can. Manager.      W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
LEGAL
FK K D ('. KLLIOTT,
UAKKI8TKK, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Tronl Lake, H. C.      am! ForgUSon.
Uoo.8, MoCartor, •    ■  Harvcj
A. M, I'INKII All
,.ARVEY McCARTER & PINKHHAM
SOLICITORS, Kit.
REVELSTOKE   B.  C
Holloltura lor Imporlsl I'ui.k ol Canada,
r
- li
\V, I. BRIGGS        J, M. BCOTT, n it.
Scott & Briggs
Unrrlstors and Solleltors
Solicitors lor Motion's Dank.
PEVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
Trim     Lake,    II.    C. Branch-A    Utrncral    nankin*    Ku*.lnf»»    Transacted
Savings ''m..1! it ment—Deposits rocelved and Intorasl allowed.
Drafts sold avnllaiilo in ..ii parts er Canada,
I'Hiii'.l siniivs nml Europe.
Hprclnl i.iii'iii .... jlren It oollectlona and
Mr. ine f'< r .'-•
T.  B.  BAKER,
/"lanager
Mineral Claims Snrveyrd
nnj Crown (irants Obtained
Rcal.lFIIC    Nt II ttooord Ulltri
..nn Lake, ll C
W700    VALLAMCE    HARDWARE CO- LTD
Hardware, Miners' Bnpplies, Stoves
hiiiI Ranges
N£LSON,  B.C
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Sail lie, Pack and  .tirtsw Hone* Always fur Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Mill. C   H> CO-OWNERS.
To.i.i.ii.-- ......it. ni in whomsoever he
n.1. have tiansforred his interest in
ilu* Cror..*vell mini r.il claim.
lake notice thai we, the undersigned
cooivners with yon in the Cromwell
in ii ■ I claim, sitaate on head of Brown
creek, i'i Troul t.nU.- mining division ..f
W. Kootenay, have performed the necessary work and made the necessary expenditure on above-mentioned claim
lor the years IWM IMF, ia order to hold
the same under seclli a JI of the Mineral   Act,  and   the  veer   for  which r-ai.l
work was performed ha virrg expired, we
hi r by jive yon notice that it within i»0
.1 iv- I'uiii tin. Qrat publication hereof
> ..i fail... refuse tnrontribnteyour pro
n-ort innate aliare of snch expenditure
.nel jmy the cost of this advertfremeni
your interest in the said mineralelairn
will 11 -ivim,- the property ol thenndi r-
signcd mitler and l>y virtue ol section I
ei the Mineral Act Amendment Ait,
1900.
Dated this lstl. .!..v  of Oetoher, a.d
1006.        E. M Mor'oam   I
li'.iet   a. \v. svmii     [• Ci-Owners.
s .1. Ghab oi   i
H.  N. Coursier
TU8CAN   LODGE,
N".'l!i.
P      AF.  A A.M.
3rd   Thursday each
month.
Visitors Weleoine
Branch BtaMes atTront Lake, Ueaton. Fergnaon and Camborne   ,, FoM.lrod.Bee, H. McPheraon.Vf.it,
Daily stage leaves  Ueaton at 12 o'clock for Troul Lake Fer.risr.n an.l Camborn
Leaves FeiWMOn, via Trout Luke for Beaton nt 7 a.in
\&&   :>\>
RE8ERVE,
RIGHT OF WAV  FOR   RAILWAYS,
ETC.
Notice Is hereby given lhal nil Crown
lands nl.mi: the located lines .f any rail
tiny, power, or tramway company, incorporated under authority ol the
I egialatnre ol this Province, and hav*
ii.L' ii width ..f liitv (80) feet on each
hide of said Hues, are reserved foi n.'l'i
of way purnoses for such railway, power
..I tniiiiwjiv company.
W. <  GORE
Depniy Conn of I.amir- and Works
Lands* Works Dept.
Victoria B.C., 3rd Oct., 1906.
I     PROPRIETARY
MEDICINES
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
ni
a
a
Sol.....I Supplies.
Toilet Artiol.fi      |     J
Etc.
BTRIOTLYOASH
r
J
A FULL LINE OF CHOICE STATIONERY     Url
i t
|l L^_-*•----■-■ -*--•*■•----•"*■*■'■ a»**t'M*u,nii| , , ,+^JI
,Ll    '   I •     ' ( . .        .  :.
WINDS0K HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B   C
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   I. »>.t>. t
M>.  II
i_H*_a "' aular met tin.* held In
Vr^KtJSV     i'.i'.i,.|i..m'-   linn
Ma ^Wr___>      im-i.i. nighl ro   .
*C3^*75"   sneordfaUly v«-ir •
■■&' ^S<_
ii. .Inii,Lmiii, S. fi. :   \  W. Edge, I! a T.ftt
Best Hotel in Town,
Readquarters for Minion and Cuiamercial M.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETCR
E_SBKSB_S_*S_SS_-I®H^SSSSBBS.a
lhe Lardeau Brewing
 Company	
«■,"!**;<■.'>*?»",
Lager Beer
and Porter.
Draft ®> Bottled.
I
i   ©k
J JSarber Sbop
^  TOR A  n
Good Shave or Hair Cut     ^
 t'AI.I. tI.V   --
William Schnell,
Hot and Cold Baths
KKIttil'Mi.V.
Accoantant,     ....      Auditor.
J. <;. MURRAY,
TBOUT LAKE, S. <'.
OutaMe connaiira' Interests carefully
"i-oke.) after,
Aitnil lor (imirfiiv'M l'dinoj.
REVELSTOKE, B. C
K I R i.     I N s U B A N C E
I I   — I       " \ I l.   I' ItOMPT l.\
IV.-it,. for Rales.
Starl.cp & Co.
WHOLESALE IT .ii: lis i„ [Jotter,
i^'-'" Clio! a, Produce atxl Pruil
lloimioii Bk,,l isepliine St. Nelson, B.C
Rs/elstcke Assessment
District.
Take Notice thai I shall hold b
Court ..f Revision mul Appeal
iiti.ltr tlie " Assammeni Act, 1903,'
For tha Rcvolstolte Asaessfnenl District, <m Moniliij, the 27tli ilnv of
November, 1905, al the hour ..'f 11
o'clock in the forenoon, .-it Hi
Courl House, Rsrelstoke
Dated at  Reve'ctoko thia 23rd
ilnv i.f October, 11*05
C   M. FIELD.
Jnd|*.e i.f the Courl of Reviaioi
nn.I Appeal, Revelstoke Arsesc
merit Dlstrlcl of West Kootenay.
FLOURS
=FLOUR
Raymond Flour
$3.50 per 1001b.
Imperial
Barber Shop.
i or i..«..l linirrntiing and
bharin*- •.., t ,
G. A. CHEES..MAN
f. OUT I.AKKI II \
Hot md  CoM Eat_s.
M
m
A. G. FRASER, ^^e
FLOUR=
-FLOUR
V.M. W-stfalJi* C-J.     !
in.
Thc It C. ASSAY and TH   HIC \l
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
\'.INC.TVHI,   I!. O,
Headquarters lor Assnyors, Mlnins and
Mill siipi.i,.!-. Sn!,. n.ents in it. c. foi
Moiyan Crudlile Cn H iltprsea. ling
land; !•'. VV.nraun .\ Co '.- PatentCan
Kuniares, Burners, etc, IVm Ain •
•.".rtli A Co '> I'iii.. Balanees, ele., etc,
t
itinina iii'i.k.rs.
Mining l*■• p,»rtl. > Report, i\ On,
Minn and frounce*.*, mualil and Mol .,
MliiiiiL'rri.inrll.-l.ookiil A tier for Nnn-;:. m-
dents,
l.ur.liin.   l.,o|i|. Tniii'   I .,!_.    I'   C
itecordhiaOt-sSi " rou ' J'ilk< > "• ( '
* Hasaging =
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT 1,AK1.  t.O,
\olAor^,r -..0 Bar well Supplied with Liquors & Ci__
...I.I an.l Silver  *2 00 %jhwio  u,  VI(Jd
•wiverand i,<'.oi  250!     Large Comfortable Rootns.  Excalleni Ct
':'."i'<''-   • on,
<im:  V 50
rs
isiiie nml Altcndaiice,
S   SHANNON,  A.ssayer
FKRtiUSONI'. C
Madden & Levesque   *  - Props
P'Burns&Co!F.B. Wells,
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dealenlo all feintli ot Freeh Mi„i
WWUT LAKE, 8.0
BEVEWTOKE, B, C
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CA5H   PHlCli5   PAID I

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