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Mas n larger circulation than any
Mi uspapor in N.
Kootenay, Bosl ad*
i iTtisins   medium.
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J UN 22 1905      a j
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J in- representative I
of the rich Lardeau I
country. Sont to >
any address for $'2 |
per an. in advance, j
VOL. i
TROUT LAKH CITY,   B.C., JUNE 16, 1905.
No. 82.
|A New Company
for Poplar.
Fred. C. Elliotl went to Poplar
on Monday morning with his blue
Ibag to complete the organization
[of the Laclede Mining Co., Ltd., of
B.C., who have taken over tho
Mother Lode property at Poplar,
Moneyed men from Laclede, Idaho,
nre heavily Interested in the ven*
lure, hence the name given to the
company.
I in directors elected are, President, III Wiegar, Laclede, Idaho;
\ j{ e Pn Bident,   VV. F. Henderson,
in . Wash. :  -oc. treasurer. K.
I. Masterson, of Poplar; managing
director, Jno. Y. Cole, Poplar; E.
I. Morand, Poplar, A, Hansen.
Poplar, Andrew Chrietensen, Spo
kane. !•'• C. Elliott, of Troul Lake,
{was appointed solicitor for the
, n y
Tin. company have a good pro*
I money for development, and
chnnci "1 success
1 .iin|i!ii IPs   < '"in' dians   appear
-,, 1 | *hi     They  will  be re*
bered by tl"' 1 pie here who
•nj.iviil their visit about a year
,ig.>. Tiny n ill nodoubl be greeted
pith .-I full house.
K, ep 0    tiff ii|,|H-r lip,    " Torn may be shining,
although it is cloudy t-> day."    We
havi     district thai will eventually
turn   out   more of   tin'   precious
1.      - than  any other district on
ntinenl     From   Poplar on
; 'I, south**? ;"' '" Camborne on tbe
piorth-wesl we have gold and silver
- thai  ire nol equalled on thi
nenl     When things are quiel
go b lly-acbeing an,uml t.-ll-
. ., -.,:  unit   tin   iintti'Mi
dropped oul Use, instead,
v.iiir spare time In  stiffening up
ickbone. If you don'l show
your "»n faitli in the district how
can v..u expect an outsider t«. do
so, \\ waul Iii- money fur de
velopmenl      Don'l scare him oul
.-•■   you've   got  a   lit  of 1 i.«-
K you ■ njoy good music, don'l
f.iii t 1 hear Mis Rose Govello and
violin, with Campbell's Comedians
Oddfellow's hall to-night.
.liilm  Moore, of Kaslo, came up
mi  Wnli.'-.lay night  to attend 0
meeting of tin' License Commis-
■ 1 -
The partii -   who have   bonded
[tin- Smith and   Rogers property at
Rapid   Creek   are    going   in   fur
lt>eriou  development.     During the
summer n 5 Btamp mil' "ill be pul
in the ground, which if found to
•I.,   ore successfully, will be
enlargi tl,
! 13 and  Fit d Jacobj have
i. lurm i  from  the Glacii r, where
■,   h ive been doing assessment
«  rk,   They had the misfortune to
' in ir   camp  outfll   burned
whilst   in   the  hills.     They were
fortunate, however,  in opening up
si in.   l'i.iiiI  grounds.    8ampies of
■   ' iv   brought   tn   tin'  Review
iflice gives values of 300 to-ltm 01
in silver.    The owners will return
i" tlie property at 0   later data to
■continue devclopmenl work, and if
present Indications prove out, there
will be another shipper added t"
ilie Trout Lake list.
■liin and Mr.-. Dimraockreturned
i" Troul Lake on Wednesday after
spending the winter al outside
points.
MINING   RECORDS.
Locations.
•'ni"'   6,      Red   Rock fraction,
Tonderfool oreek, W. N. Brayton.
10, Congress,  head of 8*Mile, E
<i Saundeis.
ASSESSMENTS.
June8. SilverCrown, J.Stauber.
9, Gold Park, George Gilbert.
9, Copper Stain, Fred Johnson,
9. Peacock, Nels Nelson,
IU. Homestake, F. Landrian.
10, Ibex, F, Landrian.
10. Doubtful, T. E. Ehrehart, 2
years.
in. Blue Jay, T. E. Ehrehart, 2
v ars.
10. (' D.,T. E. Ehrehart,4 wars.
10. Senorita,   Eureka, Alta,   P.
Culkeen.
12, Rurprise fraction.    D, Morgan, 2 years,
9. Pearl, Bell, J. J. Streit.
9, Gold Hill. J, W. Chiem.
A Narrow Escape.
What must bo written as an al-
mosi miraculous escape from death
occurred to Berl Fowler on Batur-
day. Along with Fred Vipond he
wn • engaged in piloting the first
ore pack-train oi the season from
the Triune mine to tho wagon
road, nnd whi n aboul half-way
1 down 1 'a- mountain a Bnow-slide
Blarted Being in the direct line
of the S ide it was a matter of im*
possibitity to cccape from the
.iv.'ilauche, mul in .1 few Beconds
be and his horse were being carried
with terrible ve ocity in the mighty
mat - of sliding Bnow, boulders,
trees, elc, Fortunately, bui Berl
cannot explain how or when, he
parti d company with h's horse,
and li" ivas hurled 10 what looked
like sure death It mav be readily
understood tho narrow shave he
had, when at an  angle of 75 de
Life Sentence On
Coleman.
EDNA HOFFMAN'S MURDER*
ER GETS NO MERCY FROM
THE PORTLAND JUDGES.
WELL-KNOWN   HERE
Ferguson Briefs.
Ami Satisfaction  is Fell at the
Verdict and  Bentence.
Pullman, P.O Troul Lake.
We   learn  that   a   well-known
Because    Edna   Hoffman   had hote] man j~ ftboul "' om,t n lirs,-
taken John Coleman's money for claM hoU8e at GerartL
years  and  had then thrown him     Club Dance on Wednesday nighl
over, his plea of guilty of murder in the I.O.O.F. ball.   Good music.
Meeting in  Review office Monday night  tn receive committee's
recommendations for the Mining  7
I,.    1 ii Geo,  11.  Pat ho, license commis-
Exchange.    Property owners are , 'minis
,   ,, •   , 1 sioner,   was   < own   attending the
reauested to turn uo in force. _     , .mnim., un
Board meeting on Thursday,
The Lake has risen considerably      i,,i,,, \i „»__,    § .*■
.      Jonn Morton, of Minnesota, came
the pas two weeks, ;,,   i.._,   l< •, .«•*..
' in   taat  Friday.    Mr.   Morton is
Wanted.— A Strawberry Picker, president of the Metropolitan Gold
About a month's work.    Apply J, and Silver Mining Co., and is also
heavily fnterested in the Reward
Mining Co. He will have charge
of the operations of both companies.
D. <i.   Forbes, laic manager of
the Great Western and silver Cup
18. Morning Star, It. II. Hattcy. gree*) he had hem carried in a fen
18. Rattler, R. H. Hattcy. •» yrs.
1 I Mi.Mie Mack No. 2 fraction,
Rovalist, Royalist fraction, A. W.
Edge, 2 years.
T KANSK.'IIS.
I). R. McLennan to F. C. Elliott,
i in Em bro.
Di c Meldrun, who for a long
time handled the ribbons over
Andy Daney's Bix-horse team is
reported sick al Medical Lake hospital frntn lead poisoning
Don't forget tbe Concert and
Hall on July 1st.
J. W. Westfall  has been laii
-ick for part of the week.
up
Mining Exchange
Formed.
The meeting called for Monday
night for the purpose of organising
an Exchange, was largely attended
by property owners and business
nn 11. The object of the meeting
was concisely Bet forth by J. A
(iriflith. F. C. Elliotl was elected
chairman pro tem, and J. C. .Murray secretary pro tem. A c in -
inittec was appointed consisting "f
I'. C. Elliot, J. W. Westfall, J. A.
(iriilith, J Stauber, Chns. Olson,
II. McPhi rson and A. W. Edge, to
consider the necessary amount of
money required to run the association fur one year, and draw up
rule- and regulations to govern the
institution
The main object of tho Exchange
will he to advertise the district :
send out literature • ?4Br^*V * faV
all probable investors ; to conduct J *'
an office wbero all information can
be secured relative t'> propi rlies in
the camp w hich are for sale.
The report of the committee will
he handed in to tin- meeting on
Monday night next
All arc Invited to take part iu
this meeting.
sec,in.Is some 600 feet. Nearing
Triune canyon, and alino-t at tin-
very brink, a friendly boulder intercepted him, and atter laying for
some time in a semi-dazed way, he
rallied, and extricating himself
from the debris, he found his partner with the pack-train uninjured.
A friendly bullet despatched Bert's
mount, which was in the throes of
iFath. Beyond a few scratches
and some bruises, the hero of this
escapade is apparently 0 k.
Oyster-Criterion.
The (lygter Criterion is again
in full swing. For the past week
a gang of men have been employed
cleaning the tunnels in readiness
fur the foic nf miners.    The eota-
pro-.-or    i-    Dgain   at   work.      The
Btamp mill will be running full
blast in a few days. s. ('. McClure,
who for some time was foreman at
the Athabasca-Venus mine al Nelson, baa charge of tho mining oner-
tions under superintendent A. 11.
1 iracey.
Everybody invited.
In  about two we.k.- Jno. Pullman  wi 1   be supplying us   with
cepteil at that town  last Tuesday, the luscious strawberries.
in the second degree for cutting his
paramour's throat after a quarrel
a>, Portland. Ore., April 2,  was ac*
and under Oregon law, Coleman
will be sentenced to the penitentiary for life on Thursday morning.
The murderer and his viotim
were well know 11 in the Lardeau,
and they resided in Ferguson for
some time last year. Coleman,
who is better known here al Jack
Gibson, has property at Poplar
creek.
''If I were where my reputation
was  known  J  would Ih- acquitted
Ho has
a    patch   see,,ml   to   1 e    in   the
country, and last year he disposed
of over I'M) orates in town. He
Las been devoting special attention to thc cultivation of the de-!
HcioUR fruit ami there are milieu-.:, ns of .1 big crop.
■fciiSJ "rTi_T_"'  ■■  :
Death of Geo; _:: 3. Batho
It is with cri al
that  we
Licensing Board Meets.
The Licensing Commissioners
for the Ainsworth District satin
Court House. Trout Lake,onThurs
day morning last. There were
pn sent on the bench Messrs. H.
McPheraon, Troul lake. G. B.
Batho, Ferguson, and J, Moore.
Ka-lo.
Aplications   for   licenses   were
granted to the following hotels :
U f i-enriiiiT. King hotel, Ainsworth
l.emiiler Manna. I.anl'. hotel, Lardo.
in   five   minutes,   but   this   is a announce the death of 01 four
strange country and I am Batis-.most esteei ed neighbors, Geo. B,
Bed," was all Coleman would say I Bath , which occun I this morning
to the World  correspondent.   He (Friday)  nt lii^ ce on Vic-
has recovered from his  attempt to[toria Avenue, l-'cr "lis 11,
kill himself al Chehalis, Wn . April     Thedeceased gentleman has bei n
4, immediately after his capture.     ailing for some time, ami helms
The parti.-had both figured in been under constant treatment for
the police court here. The woman I chronic diabetes, but like an old
left Coleman and he followed berl war-horse be has kept plugging
to Spokane, thence to the coast,• away to the last, and practically
and murdered her at Portland. Ore. died in harness. He was poat-
■ — master of Ferguson, Justice of the
Mrs Masterson and son Earl are Peaee for the province, and bieenaa
up Irom Poplar on a visit Commissioner for the   Ainsworth
- —- district, and in his official capacity
TH!-*/-*  t,'»-i<-l im-»  G . rriV. 4~    **8 the latter   attended   Court  hen-
ine iijnain bignt. re8tenh_ Uodroveback to ,.._.
guson,   nd shortly afterward.- com-
THE LOCAL SAWMILLPEOPLE pWncd „f   f,,lil;.   ,„,„.,.„      ,,.
ARESETTLING ALL CLAIMS, j,^ „ restless night, and Dr. W.E.
KINMAN   ACCEPTS   T1IEIK  \,.,..„„„■„.. ui„, had been called to
OFFER AND THE TROUBLE, thesick man's bedside, informed
Willi HIM Is ENDED. the sorrowing household to prepare
'for the worst.    The  patient grad*
We arc pleased  to be aide to ,,-illv weakened hut was conscious
announce this week that tne Cana-.',,, .,;,. ■,,„._.„„■   ;lt   ,ix  (.(.](„.k   ll(.
dian  Timber  and  Sawmil's, Ltd. breathed his last.
The renovating both inside and
outside of the Recording office adds
greatly to its appearance, and does
credit to architect Taylor ami artist
Edge, who have had charge of the
work.
supplies
D. E. Kerr, dentist, of Rossland,
■  doing   good   business   al   the
W it"l or The    il,.dor    is   Well
Known as a master of his business,
nnd he intend!   to pul Troul  Lake1
down as a place to visit frequently
Young George Hanei fell oul of
Crawford's hay-loft hist night and
broke a linger. I the Rewan
A large consignment oi
were   sent   from   Frascr's
the Mohican nn   Gainer creek during   the   week.      The  Work at this
well-known property will be under
the direction of Pete Culkeen. The;
long tunnel now being driven is to
he continued.
Victoria hotel, White*
water.
Alexander Laughtoii, Lardeau hotel,
Ferguson,
McDonald & Black, Fenjuson hotel,
Ferstif 'ii
Mis ti ii Connor, Windsor hotel, Ferguson
A 1-" Rankine, Balmoral hotel, Fer
guson.
|i It McLennan, Windsoi hotel, [Voul
I like
Abrahamson   Bros.   Queen's  hotel.
Tieut l.alie.
.Ha.I.Ifii ii; Levesque, Lake View hotel,
Troul Lake.
John Simpson, Tioul 1 'ike hotel,
Troul Lake.
Edward   Mobbs,   I losvills  hotel,
1 lei aril,
I-: I, Morand  Itoyal hotel, Poplar.
Jacobson & Anderson, liraml liotol
Poplar.
Pal   Carey,   Giand   Central   hotel
Poplar.
Chas Hanson, Miner's hotel. Poplar,
M ,i_iius'iii   .<;    Bull mock,    Domiiiioi
tore tiii hotel, Poplar,
Asa lliiliHiui.  l.'M Mile hotel, Soutl
I ,n k of I iiiilenii creek,
Dad Carothers hasgon ■ to Lady*
smith  to  attend  the annual Convention   of   the   l.c.o.F.   Grand
Lodse.
Some stringers of ore arc being
^countered in the long tunnel of
Mining Co,
An application for reduced fees
from Poplar was recommended by
the Commissioners,
One dav this week p large party
from Trout Lake journeyed to
Beaton for a picnic. The weather
proved charming, and a very enjoyable time was spent. Several
of the younger couple had a luscious ti ne - hut that's another
Btory.
have tak'-n a step which will tend
to their mill here operating at an
early date. The mill was closed
down in August lasl whin it was
generally conceded it was paying
for itself, and a deadlock has remained ever Miice. The principal
creditor of the company was E, L,
Kinman, and the matter has been
••    litigation since the shut-down.
On Thursday tho Revikm re*
ceiviil a telegram from ti. s. MeCarter, of tic law tirm of Harvey,
M> Carter,. Pinkham, Revelstoke
" Kinman accepted Company's
offer; Company pays all Kinnian's
costs.   Chi ck handed over."
A private letter decived from
Kinman announces thai everything
is now satisfactorily Bottled.
We also learn that Kinman received a cheek for $12,600.
A wire has h, en senl to Mr
I."-lie Hill asking for information
re the probabilities ..f the resumption of operation 1 at the mill, hut
up to the time of going to press no
answer has arrived.
Campbell's Comedians.
Cnmpboll's Comedians gave the
people of TrOUl   I akc  1   -real treat
la.-t night. A large audience was
there, and the varied program suh-
mitled was immensely enjoyi ,1
Campbell's show Is "all right."
Rose Govello, the musical artisl
and clog dancer, made a hit «ith
her specialties, as did the Campbells in their comedy and musical
skits. They show again to-night,
and a large audience will surelv
greet them. A gratis dance will
he given after tin- entertainment.
If you wish to spend a p'eaoanl
evening don'l fail to uoe them.
His death comi - a- a great blow
to the citizens of Fi rguson ami
Trout Lake, as thc deceased was
greatly esteemed for his many
<ti rling qualities, lie was fearless
a- a magistrate, a man of integrity
nnd a staunch friend. He was ill
business at Ferguson for several
years, and manj of thi pionei rs it
this di.-triet owe a debt of gratitude
to  the  deceased,  as  in   tl arly
days when supplies were low ami
funds lower he provisioned many
a prospector on the strength of his
word, ami roUS to a fault
He w.i- horn in Ireland
and was 42 y. an of age    ll.
eeiveil hi^   ,-arl.V   ei|llC;i | j,in   ;||   t|„,
Kauconbergo College, Beocle-, l
Ih migrated to i tnada iii 1890
ami started ranching al Olds, Alta..
with ultimate success Selling oul
he followed the crowd to th.- Koot*
en.iy country, ami he engaged in
placer minim.' near Fori Steele in
its palmy days. In 1897 the rush
I" '.'an to the Lardeau, and I.
in his lot with lhe ns ng town of
Ferguson, ivhero he remained until
the icy  hand of death  beckoned
him a.vay
In politic- he was -i Conservative, and was a   hard   worker, and
ompanies arrived in town Monday
night,
J. I). McGregor,    inspector  of
mines, came in on Monday's boat.
A handsome marble headstone
ha- been affixed to the grave of the-
late Alex. Laing in the local cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Lauder and family
have gone to reside at Vancouver.
The Five-Mil,. piant closed down
during the week to allow of a
thorough overhauling. The development work at the Cup will be
pushed with the utmost vigor. A
contract has been let to continue
the Sunshine tunnel and upraise to
the upper workings
A. W. Edge and Frank Landrian go to the Mollie Mack Saturday. Mr. Edge will make a
thorough examination of the property preparatory to commencing
development.
Dave .Morgan's eastern partners
in the Surprise group wiil he in
between now and the end of the
month.
lack  Brown cum,, in yesterday
from the Old Uoid camp, where he
has been doing .,,.,„. assessment
work on the Consolidated proper-
tieo. A new si.i ut uf ore ha.- been
ip ned up.
Freighter Vipond i.- buay with
his t.am hauling ore from the
Triune. About three and a half
ton- a day is the average being
brought to the wharf.
Robby Kirkpatriok arrived home
from school at New Westminster
ou Thursday night for the holidays,
At the property m" the Reward
jreat progress i< being made on
the long tunnel. Some nice -trin-
ger9 of ore were run into this week,
an.l everybody i- satisfied that she
will he an early shipper.
Concert and Hall at Trout  Lake
on Dominion Hay.
I'i.iik M.ilcom   has   secured th.
contract to drive tin Sunshine tunnel.    H,   arrived  from Sandon to
begin operations last Wednesday
R. T Lowery, the quaint editor
of the   Pernie   I.. dge   paid us a
frat- nial call last ».. k
Donl let the pessimist g"t in his
fancy iv.uk.    Remember that the
.larke-t hour is always before the
dawn. Keep your en mi Fergu-
for -he has the finest pro-pectin the world bar none | A temporary lull i\ ill he for the better,
as results in   the   near   future will
prove.
Campbell's Comedians al the
Lake Saturday, Gratis dance after.
One thing brought up another
and things looked l,lack. Words
led    to   blows,   and   the man  who
Mopped th" blow goes (,, |;nv .,!,,,„,
an untiring campaigner. He leaves it,   The magistrate,  haven't  d, -
Wren   dded yd who to blame
w*m     Mr. ami  Mrs. Chamberlain left
Milton  Haner, son of Jno. II |for a trip to tl oast th'smorning,
BJBJ
Haner. came   in   from  Revelstoki
Wednesday night.     Be   will do      Rev. Mi  Soott arrived last nighl
some   assessmenl   work   on   his .md  will conducl services in the
mother s property al Poplar creek Methodisl   church.   Troul   Lake
l"'f"'1 '" r,,,urM' - Sunday, morning and evening '
>n OUW I
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REVIEW.
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Is I'.-iui,' l iii Troul l/iiicriiy, ana Published
nl l'Vr_iis,u. uml Trout t.iilic I'vi-ry l.'rhluj.
Tn* mi tor doss not nold hlmsuir r«»pon
bif . "  i i" opinion* of oorrospiintteuts ex
),,-        I m Its ,-,1 ia
All locals will in- I'liui'L'i'il ni tlieratu of 15
cents ni i- liin', iliii Insertion, nml in cents i»-.
li ii,. i> mil subsequent Insertion.
COMPANY.
Fob Investment and Proteotion
TIIOS. TAYLOR,  \_ent.
Hevei.stoilh    and     Trout Laki
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
H |l
-a.for I'l-imsii'iii iiml uiii-r advertising
'.'   .1.1 !■> known on   application ut nllli'i-
'."..ilulll _0tl II Vi'lll'. Ill advance,
8 inn P
00 Brewing t-o
M'J.a\Y _, ATHERTON Publishers
I3LAME  THE  GUILTY. ROSSLAND
Their names are legion who have 	
invested money in British1 Columbia securities.    Ou many, fortune
has smiled,    i 'tli t- have lost, and i
it is with this class we wish to say
u E '.v words.
S'ol long ago we received a lettei |
fr in investor n ho   resides near j
lhe Atlantic, asking " if there were'
any hone-il men. in Dritish Colum*
l.ia '.'" I!'- had lost his money in
mining, nol through the failure ol
thc properly, hut through the operations of people in his own state.
The property is to-day in good
ship- and will undoubtedly prove
a dividend payer, but the promoters of the original company failed   _ _ 	
and'this particular individual   lost  '**<-(>l-,T    LAKE
his   money,   and   now   he   curses  r.-r  __
British   Columbia.     We have had
LIMITED
NOTICE.
L.H.. Bluejay, Doubtful. (' D. ("II. nml
X.Y.Z., mineral claim, ■iituate in tha
rnai! Lake Mining Division of Weal
Kootenay district,
IVhere located :—-Near Trout  Creek
nboul 8)*i miles from Trout Lake.
Take Notice that   I, 0, B, N. Wilkie.
: 6ting as agent fo- Jus. J, MoGlone.free
miner's certificate No. 383128, Intoud, j
flxty   days   from   tiio   date    hereol
ei apply to the Mining Recorder for a
'■■Itincate of   improvements, for the
irpose ol obtaining i Crown Grant of
ilie aboii* claim.
And further take notice that action,
i undor section 87, must be commenced
before the Issuance of such Certificate
B.  C.' ol I'uprovementa.
Dated  this oOth ilav of  March, ad.
I HK)8. 0. 15. N. WILKIE.
KEPT AT  ALL HOTELS.        CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
Foa Sale: Lots 35 and 38
. lock 17. Troul I.a!:. . Apple to
11 rs. .1.11 (icrman, B05 I Iniversit y
Ut. Seattle. Wash,
R. W. EO _B
Painter
N0T1G"'.
" Rambler " mineral claim, situate in
the trout lake Mining Iiiviiiioii of
tt'esl Ivootei a. distrl -t.
Where located: Un head of Lake
Cieek,
lake notice 'but I, H. MoPherson,
acting as agent tor J, A. M. Aikins, free
miner's certificate No. BSS880, Intend,
• xiy days fioin the data hereof, to
; opiy to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate ol Improvements, for ihe
purpose ol obtaining a Crown Grant of
tl e above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section :i7, must becommencei
before tlie issuance of such Certificate
:' 11 ii pi.-. -. i i  ■
. oi improvements
O f ^ O .^ *T _ I   . ^J "P      Dated tins _?nd dav of Mnv. A.n. 1906
V- V       t I   ( t L v J J     _c-__06 11'. McPHERhON.
li. 0.
letters from  other eastern parties (•
M. YUiLL
JEWELLER,
along  the  same  line  on  another
property.   On enquiry we find this
property was bonded and payments
were  to  he  paid   monthly.     The ,,. , ,
,    ,      •     , Watch-repairing,   etc.     All  work
propi rty  was  Bti eked  for a  large
amount and $30,000 worth of Btock Guaranteed.
soul.      i he  promoters pocketed a
large portion ofi-this, paidI part of; OBftln BM,   TPOUt I_ffi, 3.0
it on to"  property, and  did Bomi   _- ; '
development. To-day the stockholders who put in thi:' $30,000
have nothing to Bhow for their
m -ii •;.-. I he bond has lapsed, and
the investor eursi the country.
Be was buncoed oul of his money
by his own people not acting honestly with him. The property is a
good one and worth every dollar
asked tor it. The millio is lost in
tho l.e Roi were not lost becauseof
failure of the property, but because
of t.i rascality of the Loi
op Tutor-.
\V •   can   Cite  hundreds of   Other
in-'. ine >s where failure bas come
an 1 the inv -tor bas lost because
of . . incompetency or dis-
h ci'.'-'.y of liii~ own p >ople. Hut
poor old British Columbia has to
Bt i:i.l the racket. \*- e" -ay withi ut
fear of contradiction that the re-
■cos of British Columbia both
in minerals "and timber Jure such
that if inoni v invested biycarefully
and judicii nsly i '.p. nded thc
chit tic rs of failure are as small aa
in any other lino ofjbusim ■
Mow, Mr. Loser, be honest ; find
out howyour money is expended ;
lo .1; closely into and find out thc
channel through which your own
PI .i'\i-: have _v, i t. d votir mom y ;
an 1 if you can afford it. come oul
to i! C am! you will find that tin*
co intry is teeming with wealth
and • •■ '., in,],, straight.
All the Latest
Mag_zi__3s on
Safest "The
Review." .:::::
Smokers* supplies in
great* variety.
NOT "MACHINE-MADE"
c	
rHAT'S the difference between a " Machine-made" shoe,
and a shoe made with machines?
Just thc difference there is between their products —
thc average $3.50 shoe, and a " Siatcr Shoe."
Very little skHl goes into " mxzhim-mzdc" shoes, the
process bcina almost automatic, the result unreliable as it is
cheap.
'"The Slate:- Shoe" h practically "Custt-_i-__dV by
r.k-Hec' v.'or_n:en v.*ho _es certain tno*en*ous machines, as thc
bench-workman uses tools.
These complex tools work five ti.__ as fast as AwL ^ax-
thread, and Knife, but they do sure work rxvcrtheless.
Dor.'t fersjet that they nre ur.cd merely as too!?, and that
ths indhddua[ity of the workman is in no way "affected.
He can put into each pair, the sat-.: " Cr:to.-n-madc"
style and s:rvi:c that r.-ouid cost dour, le it !.e -jscd rc-u-
., '"1 l^'l' j too_lnst_uJ cl '.he Goodyear \7cit machines.
These machines _;.:ve to each v.-c:hman five pairs
of arms, ar.d his head c-n direct the live pabs a: well
as one ?•:.-.
"We only permit bim to u;c tuch cf t!-ic:e:nacf-.?r!C-
tools as do ■• :ttcr than cuslom-r.'cr!:.
3uta large part ol "the - ; ^hoc" is still
madeasd finished, fay hand, though ihcrc arc machine:;
that would do that wc:-: far c' • but Ices reliably.
It is the r!.::!, -md the ;'; i.i " Thc S'atcr
Shccs" that costs most.naakestbemlock bctter,andwear
kmgef than " Machine-:.'asV' shoes of the same pri:e.
1..; slate-frame t.-r.-'c-
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Den&try.
DR. N'T I oY linow I.i-
i-..i. In Self ", ■- - ..•-
!•  .. ,. |n [)r si .i.,e,i; ui
t» Aberdeen Block
I       ll"l'-     1-    111      I ill-        I     I- -
■ in | *--!. - ii  flr.l-
rin     :   i   :
A. PAOloy
> '$%'£&&&ft:-i'<: :_J^;_-;s v.' __s'
.*_      __.1_^_,.^I   Iff    '"   ""'   ""o    fir   you to
'" Buy I. t-     Ni\. r w< re
I hi    I'i   -|,. ■(■:». ..f l-'i i^Ubon
h.. bright.
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NOW
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fo
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;-;.:!., ctarr.pcd inside
the rhoc siiiing*. pro-
J?fL       tccte your interests, a::a tells thc
Makers' price,
..•'... otiS.CO.
V.
Slater
<:r""^-
GOODYEAR
PROCLS3
have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
Many   properties    remain   un-
h.-.-.iij-r of tic greed
of mil!'! eiin-n. The prospector
piv,. an option for, Bay, 15,000 to
June-, who i-  a ip|n    'I to be next
to - initli. who  hi- in y.   .Im..
exacts  a !<• or 20 pel  c, nt. com*
mil (dun from the ofl ui r. nnd w ben
hi   . ■ -  to Smith r:ii-e- the price
from  .5,000   to  120,000.     Smith
in. i.-:: i ih ni don ii becaUBc of lhe
high i rii ■-. and lays lhe ; rospector
m 11--1  he a  damphool.    He v   uld
have   taken   n   chaw e   ul   it   t- r
$6,0(10. hut i.i $20,000 rightly turns
the di nl down ; and  so the i ppor
ly  for ii  sal • is  1"-: and the
-led.   This i- not
Lory, but  has actually
curied nol  only one-, bnl   mai '_'rT*i-.-,»^^-.^.    0    •"■'.,' -   ^   i -.   • ' ■ • ■'"''- ""''■, •' "'■< -i'.i'"i-'i.«•• •*»•••• *
■ •    ,. *    i.     C'^IjIIIOj, I'i l*a.V»r*,1-;(-».**,.*n    HhmiIi I  Imwevsr. tlm -.. ■ *
timts in this district. —v^i.;-i_.ui_   „.> w-ij__.U- i-.j '.-Vi, J. ._,._. g JLi*jU-1 »i,..r.' lan'ta nre •<• sold, ,,n-.„,,.i,.:  ,,, r
, ,iit,-i',ii ii i,\- ii,.- i.,.\i-M,iiii-i,t.mul
I.y listing y iur  pro| ertu - with   -
J.Y.Criffm&Co.
Calebrated Brands ol   Ham. Bacon
mid I
NELSON,       -        -       B   C.
SikS:li & Co.
4$ Blcury i Ireet, MCMHI.AL
high-class tailors.
'II.!   i e represent**! in Ihe I.nr
.i.i i    at   regnlar    Intervals
tin., wii n: llis \.   r    i irders
rivclve rinse stlentinn,
in- - « ii, i,.' in I BOUT
LAKK in. 11 i.i; .1 SON in a lew weeks
ic-.
'li - Towti of FERGU80N
will he one oi tha Greateat
t»r" Producing Cuius in the
World. 1 he I igfa degree i '
luoeeaa achieved by th»
nunieroni WE \ I 'I'll \ and
I'K.M i'lr.M |;|;l| |M( .,„,)
A M I-i RIC A N M 1 .N I N i,
OOMPANIES now onerniiug
lliert' is a li Ibule to t lie
tremendous w     ih of tic
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Local Agents
Lsn^s and Works.
CA'CCCaLATIOM  OF RCSCRVE.
N u ;i ;  i    c •■ i.   ■■■ , n iiml in,- .   . , \.i
■    ni ii ii- i In |iun uiinn   ,fi  ,   i-'"^ i-
- .,.. v., r; l. ■    ,,'   mil.ii ami w.-nni liiiilmiy
iilmlill  lei   !-■». ■■     ■   - •   '       	
ii-.'.'.i In iii» lirll loli i .il'imlilii i :. ■ n.   mid
nnd Mn luni  IsBO   i  i ■
,r,' ... .. li. ..-. .,-. III il.
Crown Imid* ..in.ni",I wll iln Iln* nrwicm-
iiinr, ,| iiy ihe -  Id n- ■ VMtlini m ill i"
r,   «. I... Willi i.i nl, in," nii'l IJtliel 'I'   ,
tl l    ;,,.,.!   ,,,- |   ,,l    till     ■    Inl"!      -ft    '
i   ri*i   in.uitliK ici.i n." dslc nl tlm in*i i".
Public Sch . ll, il"S|. in!, uml
"il ir iii •titutiinis. Bxce'ileni
Waterworks >*i -■ _il
S: in en    n.A''*'
mined by Electricity.   Dallj
mail uerviee.    The towns
la admirably laid out    Gel iu
NOW  on  tbe  ground   H 101
Lota can  now  be  purchased
rnon
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$?5 ■* :
TOWNSI rE AQENT
HENRY FLOYD
RRVEI-STOKB, li. C.
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Bi
the  prop! seil   .'.l.l.iliL'  lixchli tl.'e ll I
claim owner will  be pul in din cl
t     ii   i.ill.   the   pun Im ..-.   i.n I
i\ '   '        his I . ici i- . -   -
■ ■ ditor ii ■].■ he
has  to ,   for it ; I nl if n
do • •: in ike- :.   mini ike  lie b'.iries
it.
Zxowt Xafte
Mater
Supply (5o.
By using Water supplied by this
(R) Company you are assured of tibso*
w lute purity. Government Analysis
®  '... back up statement i.:::::: :
Hugh McPherton - - S«pt.
rill' >. Iln, i|ll|.|illv   fiillliil,   |||„  '     Iln-   »11 r % • *   III
ih" O'llumula nml wi-i.ii, itmlwtiy 	
imii.i ■ blinks, In Ho wholly nr In |mri wilh"
n l«>cll blocks, III -ii Iln iwrn.i.K »•• nri|iilrliiK
Rtlch luinln .lnill ROquIri lie-r in i- llii'ii"!
I rri.m Hi" KhIIwhv i ..iii|.iiiiv. wlm lniviii_r"i'il
i" .l.iii it nn mii'ii ptirehsssn, prosmplonii
! ir«.pnii, sto.,on tin Biiini terms sud cnndltlims
ristbs •i.it*iiiiiii ni would under Hi" provl-
inn* .iflhi* •■ 1.11ml Aii."i'«i'i-|.i 10 r.-W'l I"
iltni.»r iiii.il* on Un* I'ompsny'n lilnoka, Whlrh
■ball    III' Subject   lO  till  n-. 11I11II..0- l"-il"l I'J
th" Company r*-int n <■ to il ullln« of timber
,,n iln, _>i_n)M_ „„,i w'l.ii-in Httllwi
Urant.
W, H, nun::.
DsputyCommissioner01 i.nini-.i Wmii*
Lands uml w..i k« in 1 mn 1.
Vlrliiiln. I.r, _ r,| K. 1.1 inry, liltti.        h'M
Zhe ttotel SSeaton
-  15I;A ION, B. C.
";■
¥! -I'Milts nrri\iii_ it Beaton (thu threshold ol the hai lean
iin \iiiiwlii'iiil, mil find Ibis Hotel lo be fully eqi
for blgb*euua trade,   fcxcellenl ncrointnodatlon,     t well
appointed and spacioat dining hall.    Tbebesi uf \Vlnes,8plrii
and Cigars.   Personal snpervislon laa'ven to ths reqiilremenl
liatron.. Visitors to the 1 ardeau can n'\\ on comfort nl this In
	
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
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-**>«_-£:-' 4V » » ti ■** KME_C I—sc
tERGUSON HOTEL
I *"^__f*5?~r
Tlic noted home fur travellers visiting
Ferguson, B.C.
A well stocked Hm- of tbe choicest Liqours, Wines, etc.
k/lcDonnsll &  Black
Proprietor!
tl
A
a
FOR SALE....
Apply :
h   pays to use the  Telephone.    A
trip can ofli n he snvi •!    I
nt   Forai I    uiinins'  Blora . '1 rout
i.i.   Post ' Ifflce   si o «i Beaton, Comaplix mul Arrow i ■   <
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Legal Notices.
NOTICE
To Phii
wlioni-
trans!
".• ai
on tin-
and s
the 11
Lake
enay.
You an
G. Johi.
" Matih
describ.
made e:.
the ezi
visions
in cede
year tot
Ol l.l.s.l INI' CO iiWNKUH
,<
r I,I-.., and J. VV. Burr, or to
»svei   they  they   may   have
 ,1    their    interest    In   the
.- I eal '' Diineral claim situated
east i i lai ere ik
two and ii  liall   miles Irom
ck, in the 'I roul
Mining   Di*.    i n ol Wesl Koot-
en I■-. :."' Bed i hat l   Arthur
■ m, co ow ner with you in the
I ..-.if"   mineral claim   above
i i ie, a pei toi med labor and
, i litun   oi i he said claim to
■ • ol $100 Oo, 'in,ler th. pro-
si ■ ,,,n 24 ol the Mineral Act,
■ , hoi i  said claim, and tha
. said labor was pei li i ned
nditure made having expired,
e '.mi notice to contribute
portion ol sui 1. ezpenditnre,
hi"  (urth.r notified that il at
,,( 90 days of publication
fail or refuse in , onl ribnte
i ol the expi nditure so
[her  with all costs ol adver-
r ne-  ■ its in tin' said claim
i in  me under ami
-- ona oi Section 4 of
ral Act, amei le I Act 1
,  Creel   b.c, Dec 81.'04.
fON, Co-owner
Mill, I*  TO CO-OWNERS,
To T   K.  Davey, or to any person or
persons to whom he ma)  bave trans-
(erred his Interests.
Take Notice,   I  the under ilai ed i o
owner with you in the Cwn and Davey
mineral claims situate about luur miles
.i bovs    Kergu on    on     Bouth     Fork
creek    in    the   Trout   Lake   mining
division ol West Kootenay district ami
proi   ,-.- ol British < olun bis have doni
ths required  work on the above-mentioned mineral claims for ths years 1903
and 1**04 in order to Mold the t-ame an-
' der section 24 ol the mineial set, ami i'
within 90 days of this in.u.e you fail or
refuse  to  contribute youi   portion ol
such expenditure for work done, together with the cost ol this advertisement,
j your interest in tl.i- said mineral claims
will become  the  property ol  the sub-
scribed under section   4 of the Mineral
; Act Amendment Acti !   190D.   Dated at
; Trout Lake don 24th day of Mar. i, 06.
B. DANEY,
I'I 3'05. I " owner
CEETIFICAT1   OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTil I HKI.INi.fl **T ' "   OWNER
XoJol or to whomsoever lis
ma,y i*d his lutereat in
t|,.' | i rul i   ...ilutleii-
burp '
Tgji, that I the   undersigned
co-owi '''''• Hon •   '-■
Ibex * o_ mineral
■ituai* iu a i nth-west
direct it 1 ake in  what is
know.'. l-iisin in  tlie
Troul •'   ' '•"         !   Weal
^^B<" .<• . Im*- oer foi n.-d I lie necessary
NOTICE.
Bunset, Joseph, Maud and Anna Mineral Claims, situate in tlie Trout take
Mini _ D i aii n, Weal Kootenay l1 *
trict.     Where   Irs ated - Situate on
the v  rth Fork oi Lardeau creek in
the Iiuvii ii s ol British   Col
about one mile above Circlet lly.
Take Notice  that   I,  Charles W.'lfc -
. ■  -- .1,   ,!  ti •• Citj   ol  Los   \
Miner's Certil     - '•
B67793, intend ilxty days from the date
hereof to apply to the Mining B rder
for a Certificate ol Improvements for
the purpose of obtaining a ('man grant
..f the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section  37  must  be
before the issuance of inch Certificate
of Impi
Dated tbis Srd dav April, i n. 190S.
8-4-05     CHARLES W.Md ROS9AN
work
litre
clain
orde
of ti
whii
lieue.
by i
days
you
port
P»>
vmi
will
7
loo
1
Ms
« 11..
ind mail, the necessary ex)*endi-
the ed   mineral
- under se I      ! I
-.    .   and   I Iii*  >«■_ .
k was perfo. ued nnd ex-
. ■ i e ha v ne.: ex pi red, I
i      e tl al  .;  " thin 90
tha Brat pu b ication hereof
ite j our pro-
>* ol this advertisement,
: roperty ol the
a of se I
r r.il      act    amen.In.•
■' ut  Lake this 7th day ol
I mn I isi.i   . -.
i ., i iwner.
F. N. Newton
MINING BRO
1/ B O
kossland,
B.<
E. Ferguson & Oo.
- il" dealers in  ^ inee, 1 iqv i«
nnd Cij        ' .■ n'.f f i l' ibel Beer.
NELSON, B, C.
Lardeau
Hotel
I M
ft
Sandy Laughter*
| HEN  fieiting  Ferguson y. u
Proprietor.
rV&VW'.W-TSl
>■*_, A J j I1KN  visiting   rerguson you
] vvt I    sh.iul i stuv nt the Laideau
[________]    Hotel.     Here  the   i
mm; will li" Btirrouiideil witl
V1*? _3 ! n"!!!" comforts Ki elleu
______    cuisine,     well   ventilate*
will   li"   Biirroundeil  with
t
^  ■
• and   warm   rooms,   wi 11
stocked bar,  and  everything wbicb
 la towards  making your visit a
|.l.i-;uit :nnl memorable one.
Rules from $l day upwards.
Wo strive tu pleas, our patrons
FERGUSON
ii
MACKINNON  and
SUTHSBL-ND
We have all the Latest in
We can clothe from head to
foot in a princely style.
— i
5eriinerGnaiwH)hone
*.     >.:_al
V !' ' -
tifS~m\     '_._____1__3B   ________"
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
Jiotisoi&Aiiteiii.Pi'tips
Balmoral Hotel.
*4.
j--. •
fA>
A'i kL.ds of New Records.
Sole Agent for the oriesij:
J. C •.. jrray
". i c i.i lI c  f.C.
Roya!    Hotel
Fancy Bur,
Musical iiniertaiiimsiit
Bulletin   Board, World's
Mining News.
E L. MORAND, -  PROP.
\
The BEST Always !
IN FINK BHOES !
MINIS'i 8HOE8 !
SHOE PACKS!
RUBBERS   ind
OVERSHOI 3!
'.I'll MAN   SOCKS I
H what
trlth us,
tiling In tl
Dominion Hotel
Kir ■ -.   respect,
I ravelling   public can
taki ii
lj & Nbte • Frcps.
Vi itors to Ferguson  may  rely upon the verybestof
accommodation at tlii*1  well-known hotel     Rooms are
well  furnished thioughoul     The  Bar Is stocked witb
a choice assortment ol palatable quenchers.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
TEE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
I! '. t i :t:--u   NEW   and    h .:-I rl. \s.",   in   ___,L   BK8I
Fire  Proof Safe
Tin I.-..1- ill rim -...-. 1 Willi the n-i«»t Wine* aal CSgars .>    t'li ni'r.et.
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
'il ROYAL affile ST0_
Nelson, 15. C.
ANDREW    &
CO
Mail ordei
II
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TIME:    TABLE
The Review
is the best
Advertising
i- i ludi : ; _. - ..'ii.- Manat
! £. R. VIPOND j
Trout. Lake Livery
--
Freighting
Packing
Rawkiding  !
A BPECIAI.TY.
Stables at Trout. Lake.
S.-. AKCMKP or S.S   LARDI
Running between  Arrowhead,  Boa*
t< ii and ' acint; Octo
ber   14' i .   I'.'- -:
-
Leai    . .. -ii and
Comap
l.e- Hid     I
.t-rovvl   ..  .
-
with all C. H. It
Tlie    ,ih DOI -    '   ■■'    . ■
ehin_:e    lie - i..::._-       «
notice.
The Umpire l.jniber Co., Limited.
Kc   benays.
It Has the
Largest.
Circulation.
7.^:*%
TROU i
LAKE HOTEL
j ExceMeiat   Accommodation
i Best* Liquors
? And Very finest Cig&r:   __
i	
John Simpson,      Prcprietor.
riwnm?wmwmwwmwwffmfm.??wwwwww.wwr?ww^
If p     m ^
Slimmer-Weight Suits
Make you feel good.
FERGUSON - - B. C.
THERE have been fortunes
made by judicious Inveat-
In Real Estate, and
more fin lunes « ill be made than
• "•cr tlie n>*xt two i.r three veins.
The one who ri apa t he har eal ia
tin original Inventor, for he 11»r-
lits in  uej ii   a certaint)
■ lei us [xiint oul i" you that
tin ie i. no I'll ler spot on 'ne Con*
' '    III    tn   I'UV    H '.i!    i • ..in
TRl I I   LAKE
Trout Lake is the |
in  the  Knot      ■. sure
reaurl i i iitml.
■mi I   lishii |*   may be   indulged in
the  year  i  un«l; while bij_ Rflnio
in  u'lin.il u   e i-  tn the  found on
tli ■   hills.     Its  climate is aupcrb,
there  b''ing  no ureal oxtrenn -. it
h   lll|(  111     : V.      'e     111    ;        ol in
mi mnei. 11 e '.n boast of s mie of
'h • tin ■-' mid n Btilencea in
Bi il lull C n:,.'.i     ks -' ■ '■' - are
well   Iii il out  nn . ,-• mli il     Thorn
lip'    tWO    lM'e'li'lll     : i nil   Sti'l'i s.
and n ;:''H «t the atlviTtiseinou -
in this jo i ii tl will show thai all
trades are fairly well represented.
Wi ite  wit I nfidence to Agouta.
»g
11
ff
m
Lots can be i
obtained on \
«.M
ASY  !
TERMS. L
H. McPberson
Agent*
Trout* Lake, B.C.
selection at
once.
!«;».>'
'i
I
• • ••
Then c.a<\ on
or   write  to
Lxr
■JT baa never bad a " boom "—its
B growtli Im* been steady. It is
*■ tlie li> mi i f navigation, ami
the terminal of tbe Lardo branch
of the C P.R. All roadi (in the
Lardeau) lead to Trout Lake. It
is the commercial centre of the
ricln st mineral district on the
ooi tinent, ai <i haa banking facili-
i ic*p provided by the Imperial
Bank of Canada ; Qrat-claai iclio il
accommodation under the ilirte-
tiiin of 8. Shannon, B.A. j a good
water -> sli in ; (jovi i run nl i (ficea ;
C"Utit) Court aittings; Methodiel
1-lj'i-i n|ial and Anglican churjbea
uml cottage hospital,
Tin-re nre valuablo ranch laiuls
■•• >he outakirta awaiting aettlera,
It* lumber resonrcea are mngnift
r.'i-1, iukI a band-saw mill with a
cap icity of 60 000 fi. per day la al
t o I ead of the lake. The mines
tributary are proving out bigger
■ luctiH every year, with new
p . Hpects opening up uch bodies of
oi .■
There will he a hit* rush Ibis
summer, su if you would know
more, write nt once to lithei of
the agents nt tho addresses hilow.
, ..    .   .      -a <     ■ .
^
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
v
 1 uimMiuuiumiiuiUiuaiiuiUttUiu^ •
■
Job Printing of every description wiii be fatthfuily executed at the Review Jos-,
' ————____...«___.____._____._       — —   ■    i , , - , ,        __  ™  —  -   fcUMMMEWMMMl prf (
ft
In the matt; i; of the " Companies' Winding up Ai t. 181 8,"
and Amendi i' Ai rs, and in
the matter op the great
Western Minks, Limited Lia-
BiLrry.
rpHE Great Western Mines, l.irnite.l
JL Liability, lias (tone Into voluntary
liquidation under tbe above Act,
nml has n|M ointed Lrland ii. Hado«.- I
tli.. inw-n .>i Ferguson, B.C.,accountant,
iis ii luiilutor, for the purposes ol such
win.liny up,
The creditors of the above Company,
n hlcb has its head office In sniil tow n i>f
Forguson, ami nil others having any
claims against sai.l Company, nre re*
quired on or before the first dav of
August, 1905, in send to Harvey, Ale-
Parter ,v Pinkham, solicitors for sulrl
liquidator, at their offices, Firs! Street,
Uevelstoke, B.C, tleir names and ad-
ilr s and descriptions, ami the full
particulars of their debts or claims verified b) oath, and the nature aud amount
,n( the securities, and if «o required by
"ntice in «riling from Bald liquid toi or
his sol c tors io come in and prove
.iii ileiiis or claims in the usual
■ m   ii - ich time and place ns shall In
Bill
AKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
LEGAL.
BAK WELL SUPPLIED WITH
•iquors airtd Sigars
Largo Comfortable Rooms
Excellent Cuisine.
illadden &. levesque
Props
ALEX.   CFAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
PR ED C. ELLIOTT,
BARRI8TER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, B. C,     and FergUBOn,
Qso.B,MoCarter, J. A. Harvey
a. m.  Pinkham.
HARVEY McCARTER ft PiNKHHAfl
80LICIT0R8, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B. C
Solleltori tor Imparls] Hunk ofCanada
W. I. BRIGG8
J, M. BCOTT, ii n.
City   Drug
■ft*?
line   of Choke stationery
Just Received
ALSO,
School Supplies, PropniETAnv Medici
Toilet articles, Etc.  Prescription
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
WOB,
miss Livery and Dray Stables
 I..      l -.1.1    l    .1. : ~> U
I'I
,11.
the parties entith .1 thereto
* regard only to the claims of
which he then has had notice, and tho
liquidator will nol i lien be liable for the
assets rn any pari thereof so distributed
to any person of whose claim he had
nol notice at the time of the distribution
t   ! f,
Dated this 2nd day of June. 1906.
KIM.AMi ii. HA DOW,
ii 9—80 i li.i'iiuroR.
: •*/_.-
Saddle, Tack auduCartage Horses Always for Hirn
Freighting Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
S . . I I »»»
Da"y ■•*» leaves  Di        at 12 o'clock for Trout Laki   Ferguson and Camborne
Leaves I erguson, via Troul Lai ■ I ir B laton at 7 a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake. Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne.
THORPE &  CO Btarted
iinikiiii.' Soda Water in
Vam ouver in 1889 Since
then they buili branches
in Victoria and Kelson,
and are improving i very
season.
1 >o vuu huv Soft Goods
from "THORPE'S" ?
Thorpe db Co
Limited,
NELSON, B.C.
Scott & Brings
Barristers and Solicitors
Solicitors for Molson's Iinnk.
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
T
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Head Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorised. .*!." -
Capital [paid up] -   3.000.000
Rest   -      -      *    3,00 .
Branch    in       Northwest Terril     «, Provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontai. >: ..I Quebec.
T. R, MERRITT, President. D, It. WILKIE, Vice-Pros, and Gen. Man.
I-:. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager.      V7. MOFFa I'. Chief Inspector
CKBTIFICATE  OF   IMPROV1 MENT8.
NOTICE,
/.e.iiit.'mul Byronodate mineral Dlalms.ii r
mil.- in the I-.-ni Lake Mining Division of
U'i-i Kootenay dUlrlcl
Where located : Boulnof l.unl.. Rlreranil
East of and adjoining the (ireater New V.-ik
mineral elnlm
Take notice that I. Fred Jooobe, agent for
\ P. Johnton, free miner's certificate No.
B83I73, intend, *lxt) duyi from the data hereof, toapply to the Mining Keeo - fornOr-
tlncate ,'i ImprovenienU, tor Ihe pui pot, nl
obiu nhi_ ii Crown i Irani oflhi above claim.
Ann farther take notlci  that action, tinder
nectlon -t. miut n. m ed befoie lhe ii-
■uanceol tuch certificate of improvements.
Dated tbla 1 itb • h   ol Jum . _D« 1 06,
JunliJ i in i,  .1 .COBS.
WINDSGK hotel
TROUT LAKE,  Et   C
Best Kolel in Town,
firalprterc lor Mil and Commercial fe
ACCOIV1MODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CL.AS
d. r. Mclennan,  proppo.?
0
W.  Abrahamson'Lennoxvilie,
-—*-~Hot_
5_H__
NOTICE.
Whistler,    Vancouver,   and   Imperial
Limited, mineral claims situate in the
Trout Lake Mining Division ol Weal
Kootenay dlstri i
Where located:—On Gainer Creek,
that I, J, /- Hall, free
miner's oo liflcate So. B71631, Intend
sixty days after .late hereof, to apply lo
the Mining Recorder loi Certifli sti
Improvements for t do purpose of obtain-
in.' crown grants ..i the above i.
And further take notice thai  sctioi
nnder Bet tion 37 must be com mei I
before the Issuance of soch ceriifl
Improvements.   Dated tbis 27th dav ol
April, A. I)..  lWi.
Mgvi'OC. J. Z HALL.
Truut    Lake,    R.    C. draacfa    \    li n,r..l    Hanking    Holiness    Trjn.._l*il
Bavii     " i i .ment— Depot, I • I interest allowed.
D able In all parts or Canada,
United States and Europe,
il all i.i,-ni glvon i i collections und
Sfli Ins Bond .
T. B. BAKLR,
nan.ijjt-
. I mill. ITE  OF    IMPBOVI Ml ST8,
NOTICE.
Morning and Even In; mineral olalnu.il..
u.i Ihe  ii.nii  l nk" Mining Dlvisl (
\i. -i Kn itenay dlstrli i.
W in i h-•• in .1 i m M)uth -nl" "f I.anlo
i'n. r mi.i ,-...s, i..nml eut of Tbe Lynch ml -
, ral claim.
• "I- lice thai I, P. i.. Huffman, agent for
K    I. In -..--.,. miner*) certifli ul    N.
BfmtIR, int.n !. -i\u ,i„i. (torn thc date hi r .
••:. toapp y to tin  m -   ■ j Iteo rder '■ ■
liflcate ..   improvemi nu i ir Hi" purpn r
obtaining u Crown Mian! of the a bo v. claim
Ana further take notice thai .otlnn, under
-i'-.-ii..n 17. must be commenced uefon Ihi
miiiii.-.' of .uch ,-.-rlitl.-..|.' ..I I ii 11.-.iv i in. i, t.
Dais l iln- ISih day ..i Jans A D.  IMS
inn HI
P.   I..   Ill I I M IV
Accountant,     ....      Auditor.
J. C. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, 3. ('.
Outside rompanyi irefully
tool
a." ni for HeinUman's [1_   -
Gr. B. Batho iszizzi?' ",K
LESSEE of the ALEXANDRIA HALf,
V.M. Westfall & Co.      FERGUS©^,    B. 6.   !_i!,,^!m°ck'
Fyou want to SELL
you want to I1VJY
Correspond with the
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
We have several < iood  Proper
ti.-. listed mi which good term
can be had.
Lsrdcau Mines Exchange,
" Review '  Bt ilding.
I ronl Lake, B.C
Starhcs & Co.
WHOLESALE Ml 11 l l.'- in Bolter
Egg*, t'ie.' e, Produie an ! 1 n I
Houston r.k., losephine 8t, Kelson, B.<
TKull    LAKE   LODGK   I. 0 0  I'
Ml ;i
'■i lira
Mining Pro i -,,
wn.l |'i,i.|.. , - i,|_
I'ropertlei LoolcpdAII* rforNou-ltesl-
.    ■
denU.
I.i.r,!   an Rt„ npp
.     ■
i rout Lake, 1!. C
L
- ■ ■
-- assa_ ng =  :: Freighting
Peking and   Fersus°» packing ■
and
Transfer   Outfit.    .
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
TownsJte,
Get a Home
For   Yourself.
DcsVt Pay
Rent —
EASY TERMS.
 SURVEYORS
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Sarvcrved
and Crown (irants Oblainvd
U.-I.l. no     N. ri I...
■ I  ik     I.   ,
E. MOBBS  PROP
Hotel and
General Store'
GERRARD
I - •.- - ;
b :
■- :i .
Gobi Or Sihrr	
Gold ai
Silver ami Lead
Copnei      	
Zine	
»1 .-,0
.    ..."
  2 60
..   ..    I   ui
*
Promp.-wvice, and any work nnderUken guarant I
SHANNON, f.ssayer
FHRQI SON ll. C
Ferguson.
S. Daney, Prop.
A. B. HEYLAND,
PBOVIMCIAL i.am, SOB. r vmi
•Mi.i'iiil (Jlnlma Surveyed
1 "I'l .R, KA8LO. '
W. H. Jones,
Loose   I.ai   Binders,    Fin.
Pi inting.
NELSON, B. c.
  R£VELSTOrtE.B.C
OK
barber Sbop
i -   i.   A
Oood Sha.c or Hair Cut
- i \ i ■ t»
William Schnei
111
Hot and Cold ,r
rjnjsst Harrop
Lumber
Sash    Doors
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for Cash
Poplar Creek.
F. B. Well
J_S_L
id .nla11.  ■ tins" I" !•' In
n.l ! l.-'l...,'.    Hi. II    . v. i -
I ii. -..I,,* nl tin ni   i
\
i r> oordlally well
,#y "**«_.
1. II  Boott, N.fl. I n-'l Minim, rv. I: .'. I  Ul ■
Tl SCAN   LODGE
No89.
\Jf     A.P. & A.M.
.'Inl   TliurHilny each
month.
Visitor. Welcome
ii Forddred, Bei    II. McPhorson.W.M.
The B. C. ASSAY and CH :HICAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vaxooovbb, B. c.
Headquarters lor assayers, Mlninnand
Mill Supplies.    Bore agents In B, C, foi
Morgan Crucible c
lain I ; F. W. Ilranii ,^ I"... V PfttontCliry
Furnaces, Burners, elo.     \\ m
-.-..rtli .i i.'o.''- Fine Balances otc„ i li
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ttttttfcttttttttt
TT
TT
TT
TT
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RAW FURS
A» G. 1*,
30c 40c 50c
60c 70c
$1.00
Por Pound
mmmmm
-——*«— ■—., 5_B»—__—m^m^~^'-'
S Store Trout L<*e
CASH   PPUCIi.s   I'll.
P.Burns &tt
•VIIOLESALE   AMi    Rl
Meat
Merchant
Doalerain all kinds ol PresJi kT<
rROUT LAKE, B.I •
B.C.
-
i
THe Nelson
Brewing Co.
Brewers of
Fine   Lager  Beer
and Porter
R. Reisterer __, Co.    -   Props
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARD
WARE CO- LTD
Hardware, Miners' Supplies
nml Kanges.
MELSON, B   C
■I
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