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MAR 12 1901
VOL. a
The representative
of the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for $2
per.an. in advance.
TROUT LAKH CITY, B.C.. March 8, 1006.
No. 19
-r
,adies H
jlK GREATEST OA1 !' '
PLAYED   IN'  Till-:
LARDEAU.
To Handle
Hevenua.
llOCKEY ON  TUKSDc V
KING, BUT WAS Pi
)!Y Ql El NS
TRA! '.    ( OMMITTEE HOLD
MEETING.
t»j    Local and General.     |
The   Trades    ('01
1   meeting nn
S'umerous It'
■ ing  sup     '
I iade ■•.■ linsl tl 1
_______________________JA. .. K. I'liiir.'.'i . xtension.
i| red to  petition I h«
Hie greal  game between Insrgu* rsl   !" have  all   ol   oui
ion    and    Trout    Lake    Ladi   ' te paid Into thu  Kaslo oli.ee
\\,„\, v   Clubs    [••[    ■' '   ' '■   "'"'   r''A'> e^i*1'' ,;ix
I ver trophy was palfed 08 on goes to tbe Ret lokt office, and
ipUeg(]a, night before a crowded the mineral ta: nnd fees are ban*
■ ni|. died by tbe Kaslo   offid .    It  mis
11.   two    teams lined   up   al considered advisable by  tbe I
|,e whistle of  Dr. Robin-on  who mittee  that   being a  part ol  tbe
laced   tlm   rubber   bete en ,■ toral  riding our taxes
ti...s .f   Mrr.  Elliott un I I  through   the
Idirrctt nml gave the  '
go it did towards th 'am was ordered !•• be
lend.   Witit tt •  a**' Commmsioner   of
,lo or d'e" 1 'he 1 re  rivt r bank
;. ,. 1 I.i vers,   ll. »».
fr.ini   one   end  to ■   '"r
•  1 Q [nlite and  a  half, when
Dan McArthur received word
during tbe week of the death of
his lather nt Lancaster, Ontario
ll.- I.ml arrived ut the ri;in old ii^o
n! 5, A tew days ago he reoeived
n t a ral vtic stroke, the ffe -if
',■ hich, com bin "I w 1I1 ... i age,
'. 1 v il too inr..'!., and he pn I
1  !• greal   divide     Dan   Ins
ll"     rVlllllltliV     .if     llll     ill     Ilii   III
■ .'•].,nil,   more especially sine
th      1' •■       Im-    < ..in t    "
after  11 >•
little .iv r
death  o!  hm
1 year ii);.'.
s. 1 11
mother 11
Woul.l that many of our readers
in the Baetern provinces and states
h ul  the opportunity   of   sharing
with us the  glorious   weather now
prevailing in  the Lardoau.    The
first brush t,{ spring is in evidence,
and  with it comet the clearest of
blue skies, the piercing rays ol Old
Sol, tin   welcome   re-apnearance
through the hoary crust of Mother
Kurtli ..ml  11  heartfelt gratitude
that we an;  permitted to dwell in
_ii.'"',,'*j Harden—the beautiful Lar*
flpt'.uij   tljur eastern patrons should
1 ii.     that  Nature can be
I   "   Bowt 11, htirser of 1'..I
1 ( ■ liege,  New Westminster,
paid   11   visit   to   . rout   La .   last
Fl iila)    i      li; ■   inlcrists   of    tlmt
Institution.     In conversation with
n v.  gentlemen he expressed
tlm gn 'ire the   trip   gave
him, and he  puid n high complli
ment   lo  our   .1   lUlHnl   town and
surroundings.      Speaking   of   the
Columbian Colli ge he said that the!
sci.i;.   snd art  department would
111hr.11'.' mitvng and en*
erlni,   ami   a long (elt went
liv
A'ma   Thomas,    with
swiftness eluded the  Pi r 1
fence and   sco i d  Sri'
iiii* time I
! whs v. armed   up ni'
I sunutl.     '1 he   I •
1 alter ^l >i
mnl       .   about ten ..
I.."." i.v Mrs   .\
,
V   . D ■■ lid] rrtl '
'
•.    • . OlV
Sl'l'-OKT    B*i
.... LADE.
. ^^^B
seen here in all its pristine glory,
and tl.tit there is no choicer spot
under the canopy of heaven for a
summer vacation.
''illy At hoc came in from Camborne during the week, und is stay-
in * here for a few days.
(iourlay Pianos arc high priced,
but worth their price. What if a
Gourlay piano does cost a few dollars more ? You get your mo... y.
worth, You obtain it in extra
durability—vears more of service
pro' ided fur by the costliness of
its 1-instruction ; and you obtain
it i> its daily use—your delight
uid pleasure in its exceptionul
;onal beauty. We want you
tee ii Gourlay.
The Lead
Question.
Local
Mining.
I.
■ ■   - .. :l ft™;-**";,
jt'ciiiiii  lectured  on   Ldueation
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     at the Methodist  church lhe   .me
'':•' ''"' evening.
.   1. ,   ,:-      Betsy Bnker will  pay a  visit to      S[ Patrick's night a grand Irish
Department   Prout   La •   on the   17-h.    Bhe eiUtr-ainment will   be  given   in
. ,,.. ipani      hy Mr. .-.nd  th« OiLlf. How's hull  by the ladies'
un.j   Ira. tfouter an I cousin Crummy.   _|(* |fldety o{ (',P Catholic church.
The proceeds of the entertainment
wj]   i,. devoted to the  building
where he fo*L „| ,-,<> ,„.«• church.   The pro*
prJjm  will   consist  of  Irish songs
s few -'.a s.   m,l recitations, and a special farce
Mrs.    Dewar,   of    ,1,' tt iti.lsor  Pitied   " *•*-'   I*--*." *W .*_»■
„n will, i severeVM.   Morton
ilinesi hospital at Ke
.
Engineer Jacobs came down from
; the   .. pitul Wednesday,
■ .ti with a crushed  i.i gi r for
;',,
A paint and oil man in Hpokane
has been lellin. the people that
lead will noon sec ten cents per
pound.
If the coming season sees the
same industrial activity throughout the I'nited States, says the
Sandon Mining Standard,lead will
certainly climb to prohibitive!
heights. Last season the demand
was enormous, taxing the capacity
of the lead minen nf the States for
supplv. No new sources of lead
supply have been opened up, and
the demand for construction purposes will be very keen. These
facts will throw on Ihe lead mines
of the States, such a demand, that
they will not be able to keep up
with it. Should the coming season
sec _....d crops Again, the United
States will be forced to go into the
world's markets for its supply of
lead.
Lead a** a fluxing medium is in
sharp d.'ii.'iiid. ;i..il the dry ore
miners in the States are feeling its
scarcity kiwhTy. !'. ices for smelling 1' ad i.r s over there have fallen
to verv low figure*, while the coming seuMi.i promises to see smelting
deductions wiped Out altogether,
and even a premium will be paid.
Competition is promised to the
Lead Trust and this Will sharpen
the demand. It will,send the lead
people all over the States, Canada
and Mexico looking for supply,
and the Slocan will feel its good
effect.
OF INTEREST TO THOSE
WATCHING THE PROGRESS
AND DEVELOPMENT OF
THE RICHEST MINERAL
SECTION OF THE PROVINCE
The winter's work on the Beatrice has proved up the value of
the [ro.eity to a lari.'e extent-
Shipments fiom this proporty during the summer will add materially to-the output of tbe Lardeau.
On the Hioadview ihe crosscut
from tl.e shaft ha« eucountered the
ore body and the output will be increased to at least a car l<>ad each
week. A lest shipment iB being
made of the zinc ore to the Pilot
Pay smelter tbis week. If satisfactory about three cars will be
sent immediately.
•
■ '   IJ
. from
n.
• Mi.W
.ui.l from on* end to 1 ;
aboVC  tlie   gon!,   itnut i I   tbe s
Copi
-
four points more both In London
Nt      V..ik I II two
i oiats on the London market    It
is now at i"..r. IT-, fi.i .  and kbout
.i bounty is payable.
I    !.<• rigl i  and  Ui
wl   r • but in  i hat ^u! worrld t ha I
rubber   travel.     Mrs    McK
and   Mr*,   tin
and Mi.-s Alma Thomas
there and averywhere.   Mrs   \V s*
ii.iiu.  Main!   Burrell and
Woods Bounded the   p
J   .i tbe il .tier zone  Ui
Bierab e, Mr-   Ellii it being al
-put u   move it across the
• line towards the  Fai
i n,. tWO it'lU ''ar-. tt • with
ita .'dii nut l.ise any titni-
in  returning)  anil  in   the   -     m«
b wmk.   '..  ■
-i  ih    L.iuglitot.   . I    ':
was like a solid wn I.
thing bus to (it lost 0
•■•ine    it'
n ..red am.I'
and ior the -.-.•;
at Trout   Lake.     'I lie   b
girl-.,   the   tin u   mul   ffo'mcn   i*'!
I   m.i the
.m re <i\.'i...
,i veil
yi . Annie O'Brien
i "   li   . this ivie';.
 This   is  extremely
funny   and   will   cause   roars   of
..neuter.    All the best local talent
[an* making prepar itii ns to t
•In- succ-      ■ taint)
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
lations.     .
lor  Ft a III   i   movi d
Tho playj     >•.       .   I ■
Mrs I mtghton point Mi    '
Mrs briffits
Min A Garrett IVde.  Mrs
Mr-- '.    .,:,r .-I!
Mi   M Kionon     ' Mil   M
Mr- c  umins r   Miss \ T
Miss RusT lintr'  Miss Char Alter
goal.
The uuiiibcr of I hineso employed  ou   the  Rand,  November •
1906 waa 45*804.   Lardoau! nit 1
The   h.s.   Piper    is    once    again
MAC] I   BILVER
t.i.Ai:.
A '.;
t   I...-  i  -
m i.t  ..( three carl
i »r the stamp ■■>■  I an I
-
r  mine at
■   1- to Ih   a
when
"     Mr
, tha mill iu
,,,   rati.
tween I    -
■  "
1  Lake
The plav
nd entirely
The  SOON
•   Trout Lake.
LO RIDING
. loi
year.    No
i    ; rivei bank protection oi Korth l-ork wagon road
Billy Burrell has changed bis
mind about the  Vernon trij.and
be i. ft '.■•■■   '' i'i" ■ r"i"' A'"
|fty,    H, his received a good
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ •   training ..utli
making her regular tripa between ., .  Billy ha* gone  with
Beaton    and    Arrowhead.      Tl     both feel
a.s. Kokaiice, plying on the Koot*
'nay Like is in   tlo.'k for temporary repairs ;  ss.   Moyle is moking
THIS is hardly the time to start
out  on   vour   summer   vacation,
ut  WO  want you to consider th.
LARDEAU
MM—WnMBMBSWSWBWIl
It is the place where natur .an
be seen in all its grandeur aud
magnificence. In lakes, rivers, and
mountain streams arc tilled with
the finny tribe, and disciples >>f
Ike Walton are i.i their glory. W W
It is a res. rt entir lly free from the
moaqoito pest. W l)> m t*j m tj) tj)
For information, write to the Secretary of Trades Committee or to
the Rkvifw.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
Nate Lay came in trom the
Beaton-llillnian logging camp
yesterday.   He's looking fit.
Ceo. Cheeseman lias a hair spec*
<:'■•• at $1   a bottle which contains
ysterious ingredients that will
i.ule the most obstinate case of
dandruff and raise whiskers on a
snowball.    Fact !
Services Sunday morning and
evening at tbe Methodist Church
conducted by the paator.
Frank T. Abey and family left
town on Thursday. It is Frank's
intention to visit hi-* relatives in
the east, but he will spend a ehort
holiday at Camborne.
If vou an- at all afraid of lati^li-      Fred Elliott  was  at Revelstoke
'.an  heartily, you  are cautioned this week on legal business.
- - r~
Betsy Baker on St.
Patrick. Day,
Krcl Mummery and Malcolm
Mathii - ii returned t.» town on
Monday. Trout Lake looks good
to the wanderers.
A lar. ■ number "i visitors came
down from Forguson Tuesday to
cheer tho ladies on to victory.
Well played, Ferguson!
When tl.e CPU. Co 's summer
schedule cornea into force on May
16, the slocan route will be abandoned BS a part if the main Koot
The Waterworks company have
a crew of men at work putting in
hydrants for (lie protection.
F. E. (iroffman has been appointed station agent during the absence of P. T. Abey.
Harry Rogers and partner are
back at Rapid creek working on
their properties there. If stick-to-
it-iveness is indicative of success
they will certainly " get there."
The lessees of the Free Coinage
adjoining the Silver Cup are putting in some good work this winter. Good ore was encountered in
the shaft. Tbe work now consists
of crosscutting at a depth if about
_00 feet
The Silver Cup work is going
ahead along development lines.
Manager Alexander is now in England; conferring with tbe owner*,,
and it i6jsurinh»ed that on his return the Nettie L. will be re-opened and something done towards
the .resumption of work on the
•">-Miie plant.
Lou Wi Mains is pushing devel-
opment at the Mammoth. The
property is looking well and good
ore is being blocked cut for spring
shipment.
Ed. Mobbs, of Gerard, has been
.1 ling some pood work on Canyon
creek. The tunnel is now in about
1U0 feet and nice galena and grey
copper is showins up. The lead
is about 2 feet in width and carries
values which will pay a good
profit.
tiie run for the Kokance.
The twiii .in.!- Will meet again
for a hbdkey match next BatunUy
evoning a* Rwnwon ''■••■■•
Ai 'ly l'Oiiian came do.'.n from
t'ie Cup Monday for a little recreation. 	
In the provincial estimab - there
is t?-2(Mi appropriated for r. ident
physician at Trout Luke and |800
f >r the same purpose at Camborne
Billy Crawford bus been laid up
for several days with la grippe.
After   the   ladies   hookey  match
on Tuesday night the viotorioui
team invited the  Ferguson visitors
10 a dance in the LO O.K. hall.    A
ihle lime was splint and
Mrs J. C. Murray is taking
charge of tbe post-office during the
absence of E. T. Abey.
,llliviinc, and steamers will again very enjoyi
rlln ,,,„„ K„ote„ay Lending  to all wenteway happy.
v   on. and from Robson to Arrow*
p         ' We  are pleased   to report that
  Mrs. J.  Johnson  is again conval-
Boh Walmaley and HeeCraw* ,,„.,.,,t. 	
ford   were    visitors  from   Gerard
this week
Jarv. Cook is in from Beaton.
.lack Scott has purchased n well
established cigar and tobacco business at Spokane, Wash. We wish
.Iiu'n the best of iuck.
In response to the message sent
'o Hon. R. F. Preen drawing his
iltention to tho unsafe condition
of the .ivcr bunk near the Court
ii..use. and pointing out that no
appropriation had been made, a
telegram was received last night
by the secretary of the Trades
Committee from the lion, commissioner to the effect the chief engineer of Publio tt'orks would in-
SpeCt the liver bank without delay.
J. 0. Piper returned from the
Beatrice camp Saturday.
Ed. Mobbs is having the Lennoxville hotel at Gerard thoroughly
renovated.
Tlie Spokane Falls Placer Co.
arejexpected to resume operations
in a tew davs. T. Leavall is expected in by the*next boat.
Wanted.—100 Capitalists to investigate the resources of the Lardeau.
Subscribe for your local paper.
KEV ELSTOKE ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given, In accordance with tbe statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax, and all assessed Taxes and Income Tax, assessed and levied under the Assessment Act and amendments, aro
now due and payable for the year,
1906.
All taxes collectible for the Revelstoke Assessment Disliicture due
and payable at my nTice. situate
at the Court House, Revelstoke,
B.C This notice in terms of law
is equivalent to a personal demand
by me to all persons liable for
taxes.
Dated at Revelstoke, B.C., this
22nd dav of January, 1906.
FRED. FKABER,
Deputy Assessor and Collector,
Revelstoke Assessment District
I
The representAt
of the ricb Lardel
country.     Sent
any address for
per un. in adviiiKJ
No. SH
ill and General.
j rethcivcy, who has ll
tt of station agent 1]
Isparturo of F. T. a(
/ed'ticsday for NeW
relieved bvH. J. Hid
tn re
I—
be noticed that this ii
fat larger than our u*i
'e hope our patrons
pange, which will  bej
i paper in future.
-all smiles—is not 11
>r Mobbs, of Gerard, til
ith the mill moving
the  Lennoxville Hj
it in it—fairly in it.
luble in Zioncity. Doi
ie bounce and gene
'oliva lias got bis job.
    L-
ck IV. was successful
last Saturday on Tr*J
'alter Phelan'.
has   got   in   tbis
ts,  vegetable and gar j
oweriiig   bulbs,    clo|
and Garden City la
thdeacon Beer, of Ka
I services in the Anglil
t Sunday.   Tlieserv|
1 and some exceedii
was rendered.
•ward Crosby gave a
e Methodist church
night entitled "Ar
era B. 0. Indians."
fa illustrated by lani
There  was a very
,k.    The rev. gentle^
iucted   services    in
; church on Sunday.
ho have books fros
earnestly requestc
m without delay.
les Committee will
iy night at 8 o'clock.|
dance is requested.
L. Masterson, Secret
erry, of the Silver
IVednesday's ooat
day trip.
Parker,    inspectoi
End measures, is a|
tual inspection tri[
cvesquc is leaving i
jleasure trip throu|
j**t provinces.
r
at tho  Provincial j
Itting, the  Nelson]
ut the columns of
|ge which was nausfj
Jvel-hcaded  reader,
tig us news—and th|
Is manner.
our eye on the Lai
mining deals aro|
(linger and Joe fIj
n for a day's fishil
They secured  som»J
31011.
turns has returned
rip t> the coast (ill
Evons   has   sec^
|nse for his hotel at
incinb , -   Inivo
d tho grand o|n*ni|
It Saturday.   Wo
I success.
Ison began Lis a**i
the Aurora at  H M
fte 26th  inst. the
I give a basket Bal
operations  cont|
Cr   grounds.   A
id.- in a few tieya|
Ey successful   dal
he Alexandria
it Monday night.
tt__J_tJJS3
SEEDS
wmmmwmXmmmmwmmmmmW mmfff
|WUS DOtWeen vi*AM auu fovw.    '   j^nuuo **»•**»«•.
t the appearance
l snow roods breekij
■~~..i is not all honey tbe TrfE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
la Printed at Trout i.uii.'.it.v, ana Pobllihwi
ht Fcrgiuon aud Troul Uaku evorv .tiiirwlti*
I'n ' K tllur iI.iim inn .mill hltrtKull ruapol).
• llilo I'm' I hf ilpllllOlia Of i Ml'l'i's|...l..l.'iili- BX-
innnsi'il in lu minimis
AlllocaU will Im irl.HI'L'.'.l   lit    III.'..id' "M'i
ceuu par Hi.**, prat Iniartion, ami iooaim i»'.
iiiif.i-u.-ii mbsaquant insertion,
TermR for TraiiHlrnt nml oiler ii'lvi-rlMim
■vill in- inmii' known on »ppllc»Uon m otlla<
'.,.r»t<irliill.).i (U.miii year, In ...IMin.'.'.
\\
THE BUDGET.
.   herewith an editorial
from the Nelson News of lib inst.
We congratulate the editor on his
i.biliiy to Bee something worthy of
commendation in the political sit-
ation. British Columbia is pro*
. ri eive, and such editorials in op*
position papers will do much to
itdvam ii tbo interests of tbo province Other papers in oppn Ition
to the pr. sent government would
do well to follow the lead given by
tin* News :
■JTrout %a!.e
Mater
Suppl\> 00.
Xtfc.
®
mmmwrncww
By using Water supplied   ly th
Company yu are hbbui'i d ui tibfo
lute purity.   Government Analysis
to back up stai.'iu.'iits. ::::::   i
H*.j3*h McPherson - - Supt.
pmttotoflitotomt&to
Notice.
Notice \. hereby given that SO days
afterdate, I intend toapply to the Hon,
I'll.!..I'       I' ,'._1.... .1    '   I
Pi. W. EDGE
Griffith
art a •' nwua>s«4Mts.a •>
H8i» Co.
Oliief   Commissioner  ..u   Lands
Works for n special  license to cut nn.l
carry away timber Irom the lollnwing
ilesrnl'.il lands, .-11H nt tr. I in Wosl  Kuot-
eoay district.
I'nnn n |nist planted at Relilon Daney's
iiortli-wesi corner post marked P. J.
Devine's north east corner poat. thonce
west 80 chains, thence lonth 10 chains,
thence'east 80 chains, tlionco north 80
chains, to point I'i ooninieiicenient.
r .i. PEVINK,
Trout Lake, B.C., Nov. is, 1005.
Painter -~
Decorator.
TROUT    LAKK
B. 0.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that  30 dayi
after date I Intend to apply lo tbe Olifel
' i.oiiiii.issii.ner of Landa nnd Woi      toi
n .pedal licence to cut and earrj away
The excellent showing made by timber from  the   following de   iihed
his
lands situated  in  West Kootcday Dis*
i the   Hon.    I!,   ti.    Tallow   in
bu.!;:'t s eeoh   \ 11  rday,   the  re*     Krom a post planted on the north
,,,,,, •        [ t nrdi'iiu creek about ?£ mile east
Port of  which  up               ■   ■ ., |-anw8v creok and marRed 8eldon
mn     this m tnatl north-west corner post, running
 •  ,,_„,,   ,,!,., chains,  thence south 80 chains,
Bincerecongratulations not onl) to -a no chains, thence nortbSO
the finance  miuisver, but_to every chaiiu io point of commencement.
., ti , sl'.l.lniN DANEY.
reaid ut   in   the province.     lhe T| i:|t ,,,,„.,,. ,*. Nov. 18.1906.
great length ol the report i ub
lished to-day while an exhibition
of commendable enterprise on the
part of this newspaper has made it
only possible to speak   Verv briefly
hereon the Bubject,. further comment being necessarily delayed.*
Whilst tbe pleaaing improvement in the revenues is undoubtedly is due to th 'lory ex-
CERTH.C.1 r_ OF THE*REGI8TIU-
TION OF AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY.
Compas-iics Act, 1897."
Building, s  I ii,  Street, in the cit v ei
Philadelphia in the county oi Pbiladel-
[ hereby certify that tl"' " Chennul
Mill Mining C pan.t." "Non-1
Liability " bas this day '  ed
n- an Ext*a-Prot Incial Con
tlie " Companies  Act,  1897," i" .anv
I OUt or effect  nil or nnv of  tllO
pansion  of  the  industries  oi the the Company to winch the legislative
province, as stated bv the minister a-ithorityol theiLeglslatnre ol   British
1                             .                       . nmbia extends,
in   his  speech,  it is  oniv fair to Tbe head office ol the Companv is
accord the honorable geutlemai
large share of credit   due for a fin-
uncial  condition   ol  affairs  upon I -^tS_Trf IbfflM^Cm.
which tin-whole province is to be I pany ia two hundred thousand dollars,
luivided  into   two   hittidred   tliousami
| iharea >.f one .i"rar each.
The bead office ol the ('•....i
this Province ia situate at the town ol
trout Lake, and Phomai E. El
Mine Manager, whose sddress is the
tame, is the attorney for the Company,
N'.t empowered to Issue snd transfer
itock.
Tbe Cm.puny   is   specially   limited
under section ".o.'f tli" sai I Act.
The time nf 11 * istenee of the company is littv rears Irom the 28th day of
I 104. **
('iven nn.ler my hand and seal of
.ffice ai  Victoria.  Province ..f British
(' 'I'.inl'iri. this l'si'i day nf October, one
!.".i.-.'.-,'l nine him.Ire.i mnl live.
S. Y. Wi'i i M.N.
Itegistrar ••[ lolnt Htock Companies.
m hich this oompany is
shed nnd registered Bra i
:n  | i I.■'...-    or   otbera Ise   ■
ase, occupy, use or develop any
hiing gold, fcllver, copper,
.•■inl I-:
1      ;rie. or otherwise to extractor
rem. • liver, copi er, lea.l or
olli   r niiiirr.
Tbuy, a ell, or o herwise t.. deal or
trntli      in gold,   silver,  copper, lend   or
..the mentis ;U .1 nny I I lhe  product*
then      and articles consisting or partly en     etin^ 11 ereof.
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.
Guaranteed.
All   work
M. front Late, B.C
Al! the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at " The
Review." ::::::
congritulated.
Whatever causes of dissatisfaction there may lie in regard tn the
government's xecutive£an<
lative nets in other respects, no
fair-minded man will seek to deny
Hon. Mr Tatlow well merited
commendation for the careful manner in which he has perforn ed the
exacting duties of a minister ol
provincial finance.
The Daily News has soldo
opportunity of expressing its approval of tbe _ meral policy i
provincial administration, and it
is with pleasure therefore, that ihi*
morninj' it can heartily congratulate the province upon the healthy
and satisfactory state of its fi.i-
atic. s, and tne minister upon his
admirable and businesa-like presentation of the budget."
Smokers' supplies in
great* variety.
. Jones,
I *-af   Binders,    Fine   Job
NELSON, B. C.
I I I    B
Printing.
eneral
erchants,
Canada is going to than up all
the United States silv r in circular
tion and give ui ^ md Canadian
stuff dug out of the " Lardeau " hv
special contract. This will ^i\,
the Dominion treasury a profit ..i
about $400,(KK), ibe  Trail   wneltcr
CANCELLATION OF Rl - i'UVK
■    >.-r  DtBTBIi r.
|VI"i ■' I   I* hereby alven that th*
itim iniiiri- ni u I. '-ii  ...ii published in
in.  ;. '    • In . rn . nnd d ill il Oth  A'JRual,
boost the J iirdc.iii as a great silvei
producing district.
We have no  kick coming at the
I ait. r. iv ri in; :i bell ol land extending r ,,i; „
Hsu..''* '.I i.Mi mltei en each aide "f iim
Hkeena River i'»*i veeii  Kite n and
low.-it.in. i ii . I ed,
refinery 5 percent over nnd above     NnUce U also gleen that that portion or tba
*a.rratlon, noltoe of whloh wai published In
the   usual   smelting   charges,   und   the B.C, Oaaetu and dated Wth December,
...   i • .,; land extendi
reed the mouth ifKltlmal Klverand K Italia*.
 .ir   eluded In I oovers
| rrn.l i. :                 ii tl     K llailas L'an        and
' ii   • ..im in the K II   n'.i   -                           i
ii n northerly i reel on             ■ mouth
ir mat   Itlver, nml tin.,  r rown
'eagle,   but as patri'itict anadtni -. i
, I ,, ' "l'"! ' - of Un'
the   "beaver      would   look    much   '«■.•«> .ct,.tnundafl
,                                                                             lleremlH'l next: Pmvlded that  lhe  rlfhl   "f
better to us on the gold   OS well RS   '<'■•"'■■      not h
.       .. . • ,       , ■  , "i.\ tu ii quired.
the silver coinage, witb which »• . w. s. oori*,
buv our tri-weekly beefsteak and •■_■•!• rnrunda* worki,|
' l.u'.'N .m.i v, orka Heparin
oatmeal. '■• l;' . lN| *"Si
Dig up  your " ear_le " coin
and   either   take then, to the bank
or   pay   your   suiiscripti.ui   to  the
Review with them befon it   i- ton
late.
Trout   Lake   City  Transfer
and Stage Line.
' Ferguson    1
- I
Trout Lake |
i
Beaten
^-i#<*tb^.iyi\WMitim
^ Daily Stage will
K leave Ferguson
7 a.m.
|j Troqt Lake at 8
_
WOOD   YARD
in cor.nectior..
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
I NOW
is the time f.r yt.u to
i" Bi v Lot* Ne. er Were
ih.   Pruapecu id I. rgasne
t<>   hlio.'it.
Tl.e Town ..r FERGUSON
will I., .me i i tl," Greatest
i>r- Producing ' imps in
World. Th.- high degree uf
achieved l>v the
■ umi i .us U'KM I 11. and
)'<;.m TIOAI. BR11 I8H
A M KRICAN M[NING
COHPANIE8 now oneratlog
iheiM \n a Hlbule lo the
tleineii lous w.-ii'i.   of the hillt
nunn *i I
you want to S_LL
you want to BUY
proapeotor locates the pr.,.    ' lu-qrCieSl! f
The prospect  attracts ihe  *' .  •*
er.       The    promoter   audi* a!»*XwIMlXI(
tor uecure the claim     The   ) «^~-«««
The prospector locates tbe pro.
pect
promoter
prospect
claim furnishes l!,e lia-us for a
Ktock company. The stockholders,
found through the efforts of the
promoter, provide the money. The
money tinder the supervision of
proper officers, develops the prospect.   Thu mine furnishes tl re,
which, properly handled, is turned
into   money ;    and    the    fund   so
secured, after payment ..f operating expenses, i« the source from
which Is paid   the  dividends   thai
make glad i he hearts of the  Wck
liol.h rs. Such should be the hit*
lory of uii'b minini' inve-tinent.
IF
Con   -j ni.il V, ith lhe
?6.zzm Mines
-; ,__aiag2a
i
I (li   it Proper-
tl  S hh'li l.'onl ler 1U8
I nil l.e liilil.
Lardeau Mines Exchange,
" Review " Building.
Trout I,uke, li.C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated  lirunil*. <.l
and I'-hk*.
NELSON,
Main,   Hn'.'ii
Mapls
Le.f
Rubbers
Btylei to
cov.r    every
ll e.'d   f r 0 III
line city wear
Best
to     lumbermen's or mill
to
ers' footwear.
53a.
'1 bey  ar.'   nil
just as honest
as the emblem
Bigniflt a,
Best
to
J. Lgc_1g Co
Buy
Limited
Vancouver,
B.C.
" Best
Belling
to
Annuls.
Wear
/
Lennoxville
E. MOBBS. PROP-
Hotel and
Ceneral StorG
ERGUS
Public Scire.I, Hospital, and
other Institutions, Excellent
Waterworks a j stein. Streets,
Stores   hi rl   Btsid -
Iniiiidhv   I .'r< ' i nit \       daily
mail  ■ ■ rvice.    'I he lownslte
i- idrairalily laid oul    Get In
NOW  nu  the ground   t ■
Lots can  now  be  purchase I
GERARD
B   O
rt'on
11'
$75
town sin; aq! :.\i
The BEST Always !
IN FINK SHI IKS!
minim; 8HOE8 1
snoi; packs i
RtJBBERS ami
OVERSHOE8I
GERMAN  Soi'KS 1
Im what you will ret If yon do your buying
wtiii us.   ho don't rot get. when wnnttftg Any*
liin k ■" tho wity in footwear tu '"all on Uf, or
.li'*i. h line.
'I'llS MiL SHOE 8T0i
I HENEY FLOYD
.^
RRVEl.STOKE, \i. C.
...  ".be f.otcl Beaton   ... i
B UA ION.: h.c
Nelson, It. C.
ANDREW    &
CO.
Mail orilc.ru carefully nnd promptly
iitleiiileil to. Agent for Hluter anil Set*
tleton Shoes.
A. R. HEYLAND,   ,
PROVINCIAL I.ANI) SCRVKVOB
Mineral (jloims Surveyed
l'OPI.AK, KA8I.O.
- rlSITORH arriving el Benton (th* threshold ol ths Lsrdean)
\|^ vis (.rrowhesd, will Ilnd this Hotel lobs full* squtppso
lor hlgli*clsss tiail<*. Bxcsllent socommodstloti. A well
sppolnted and spsoinus dining Imil. The best ol Wines,Spirits
mnl Cigars. Personal aupervision is given to tlm requirements ol
patroni   \'ipitfirH to th<* Innleuu cnn rclvon coinlnrt nt lliin hotel.
W. BOYD -:- . -:- Prop
..*>«M-S3r** t*v*4iU'«'J._..-_   «■ -w_ mtar C»«»<V««>KJHO•»
i
mmmmpmmmmmmm«A»'''^t<litm **>.  1*1 l*«  uAmmtmi*
Aiiiniiaianmiaiiiaaa m» nil.'*"" t/Loa.>
Maple
Leaf
Rubbers
Best to Sell
Best to Buy
Best to
Wear
Styles    in    cover   every   need
from   the   city   wear   to    lum-    \
barmen's or "miners'   footwear.
Th.y   nre   all   just   as   honest   |
uh   the   emblem   signifies,
J.LeckieCo.Ld.
Vancouver :: B. C.
SELLING AGENTS
Legal Notices.
CSHTiriCATCl  O."   lMI'il'.Vi-y.l M.
NOTIOR.
(Jolden Cl.est No 2., Oolden Chesl No,
J Frsrimn. and Lidie mineral claims
situste In the I'rn'li I .. (s Milling Uivision of West ICootenS) ■ 1 iht ri<.-1.
Where located: Ons and one hall
miles »nnth*i»"et from the town of
Poplsr, B, G
Tske notica that I, John Keen, free
■liner's c«.tinea'." 1*0, B83.338, inien.l
siity days stter date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder ior Certificates ..f
IinproTfuiwnts for the purpose of obtaining crown Krauts of the shove claims.
And further tske notice Unit action
nnder section 37 timet tie commenced
before the Issusncs of mr'i certificate of
Improvements. I.n d ths Slstdavof
October, A   I)., l"0.ri
.Nov 2 05 JOHN KEEN.
NOTICE.
Copper Queen mineral claim, situate
in   the   trout   I.ake  mining division of
W eel Kootenay district.
Where located   Ou "diver Cup moua-
* i-    almut I '-_   miles   Imm   Bilvei Cop
mine.
I it,- notice thai I, Frederick Charles
.   1  M.C.  No.  B88042,  »otin- as
■ ii Charlea L. Copp, r.M C  No.
IHHUMi,    Charles  McNlcholl,   F.M.C.
;  HOU, snd  John   W.  Westfall,
l m ■   K- ' WlW4, Intend, sixty dais
Irom tiie dule hereof, lo epplj \-, tne
'      ii Recorder for  h Certificate  •>(
nts, for the purposi
I a Crown Grant of the  above
And t.irther take notice, that action,
under section .ST. musl lie commenced
before " ■    ■     • Itoof Im-
(i.iiveir        .
When looking lor a plac i to f|«'i.'i
-  I olidavs, bear in  mind
tiiat  Trout   Lake   is   an
ideal   summ.r   resort      The
sc i.cry and climate ere magnificent
NOTICE.
Tom Kdwards mineral cliii.r., situate
in the Trout l.nke Mining Division ..I
West K...itenay dial i let.
Whero located . in Silver Cup moun
'.sin, shout l'_ mil"B from Bilvei Cup
mine.
Take notice thai I, Frederick Charlei
Klliott, K.M.C. No. B88042, acting as
agent lor John VV. Westfall, F, .('
So. B87M4, intend, sixty days Iron
the date hereof, t" apply ti the
Mining Ki'cor.lcr for a Certifli
Improvements, for ibe purpose of ob-
taiuing a Cruwn iirai.l oi the
i-lai 'ii.
And  further  take notice that action
under section 117,  must  be com 1
lieforr*  the issuance of such Cei
of Improvements.
Hated tins llth day of An*., a.i. 1905
18- K-u.'i
Nul'li'K To   liKl.INt{t:_N'l' CO-OWN KUM
To .lames '.rant,   It   G. Macleod and
James Bonchiar, or tn   whomsoevei
they mav have Irsnsferred their in-
terent in the slate mineral claim.
Take notice thai I, the nndersifrned
en-owner with you in the Klatfl It
'Inim, situate on Booth side ol I ardeau
mer between Rapid ai.d Poplai i reeks
in the Trout I.ake Mining Divi
West Kootena) bave performed the
necessary work and made the necessary
> i penditure on   thi
.■'aim for  the   yen*-*,   IV i|   .-..,!   IH08,   in
order t.. hold ti>*-* mm. m Isr h i
of the Mineral Act, aud  the years ior
which mid work waa ; erl rin -d and expend nun made having expired, I here-
by give you notice that ll within SO days
from ths lirsi publication i. reol you
lad or refuse lo contribute your propor-
Eh_ru .rl such expenditure and
pay the costs ol this advertisement ir
interest in tin- said mineral claim will
i .'ih' ■ ty of I i.e undersigned
under and bj virtue ol section 4 of the
rat v. " S      I »ct, WOO
Date** at Troui  I .-'  this 17th day oi
July, i ' "AMI - 8NEDL.
('..-I lw ner.
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Perhaps jou hava aGma'.„ini- to Mil—a firm,
l mm. farm ma.rlnnrry V u may with lo
r i \ ■ rn.rl.lnr*. Th. ti.il poifllrl* way t" Mesne with people who wlvi ti hiry >.r a.ll
li by Ins.rllnf a .mall a-*r. -l..rn.iit in '.lie
Bp I'uriii Reil*». Tha piles la tlie aama IB
tn.  dally  ar I   ':.  Twl  . a '.\<e.
It pays t.. US« tlm Telephone. A
loiiKihy trip '"ll1 often lw saved. Ullicos
at Ferguson: < iimmins' Store ; 1 rout
I.ake, !'•.?! Office; also at Beaton, Gom-
aplix ami Arrowhead,
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
ABROW  LAKK,  B.C.
CMB-ttO
Under   New  Management.
HARRY  McINTOSH.
DI tho Hoffmann House, Rossland,
Proprietor.
The Most complete health resort on
the continent of North America, Ar-
cominodalions for too nu.••.!«,. Good
Balling, boating and hunting
Terms V- oo to |1B.00 p''r week, accor-
ding to residence in hotel or villas. A
ilor't.ir iii attendance,
j For further partisulars apply to
Horry MdnLoih, Proprietor
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS.
. r-    ■   ■ ___•*.*■*
Balmoral Hotel.
i
&mz
&?
Visitor*  tn  Fergliaon  may  rely upon  thn yery best of
aci'oruiuoilatioii  at thi*  well-known liolel     It.xjms are
well  furnished thioughout.    Tba Bar in stocked with
a choice asaortment of palatable quenchers.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
BO  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
_MnJ
Trade MARKS
0'0ICN6
^^^^^^^^^       CopvniCH-;* tic.
Anyon* i»*n .ing a ikateti ,    . ■>
'     qnlrklr iit-'ttr-uin onr opm       tn Lh« kj<
|     Invf-ntinn i* r*rohnbly p«t< ■ '■ ■ la   l
■rot Froth oiitoit •Benry f.,r Mcorlni p_t_uUe
Pttentl int.i!i  throtiL'h  Jt.mn .. (u. itcnlva
rpffi'U notice, without chnrtto, lu tM
Sckntific Jhnerkasir.
| hi ■ .i.:■•• ..'I? llhintrnt* . watklf.    I •■''    "'
. iilntd 'i n| ' Un imil ......   ". .-Mi. i. }:. a
>uf months, $L sold by all pi*» «ii- iier*.
i  fiiiiNfUCo.^'^-'NcwiCik
lir WOO .<"•>'•• . 'l^S K Hi., IVashlnvl.rn. 1). C.
4(19 'rS;*fe-to!<Hl^
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tri!i!__n Slr<>el.NeW_3i.
i.
- "T COS!  MUCH-
18 WORDS ; be=1
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*«c
■.'. -..   i bueii -'* raea ar. i n*w-
mi a,     -    •  - 1 a::         :'a-"-ra,  ato km.-a,
i..ml.in.-i.   .nl mrt.ri    a.',    i..   ^Wii'F. A-
•* IKK.
24 WORDS j S=
A
Pointer
S/
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE !
Place to Stop at
WHEN IN B088LAND.
-o-
Davis (8b Loder - - Props.
Review Job Dept.
For High-Class Work.
Royal   Hotel
!' Fancy Bar.
Musical bntertslaraent
Bulletin  Board, World's
Mining News
E. L. MORAND, -  PROP.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A BPECtALTY.
Stables at Trout. L_k«.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent    Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigrirs   S3.
John Simpson,      Proprietor,
Lardeau
Hotel
Baa
to
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
I ill.'.  »i-it,.i^  Ferguson you
should stay st ■ I..' Lardi au
Il'.t.'l.     Her.'   the   visitor
Inj M j    will   ti"   surrounded  *itli
S \jA ras comforts    Excellent
I     i    ,i    cuisine,     «i-
warm   11 r.in*..   *• 11
stocked '.;ir.  nml  everything which
tn da towards making your visil a
|i|i'iii»iuit ftn.i memorable one.
I*n't*-, frm i (\ ilay upwards.
Wi' strlvi  t.. please "t.r patrons.
FERGUSON.
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CITY
E3
==_=S
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
General
Merchants
MM__i_^
FEEGUSON - - B. G.
tA
THERE Iistp lini'ii fortunes
mads by judicious Investment in Krai Kstnt**. ami
in. re fortunes will be mml* than
ever the n^Xt two or three years.
The one win. r*!\|'» tl>»* hurvrst te
the ..rigin.il inv»r.tnr. for be b*r
liis in..noy on a certainty.
Now let n« point ..nt tu you thnt
there i* no better spot on '.be Con*
tinqnt to buy K*.il Kstnte thuu
TROUT LAKK.
Trout Lake i« the jirettirst sjmi
in  the  Kootenays; .in a pleasure
rifi.rt it bas n . '.|.iiil. Hnating
i.nl li-.!.in(* inity be indulged in
the   \i;\r   rutiti'l ;  while  big  ^'iiiiic
in abundance i* t.> tbe found on
the hills. Its climate ia superb,
thoro b.itig no Rreat sxtreines, it
b'-iti^ mild in winter aiui cool i"
summer. It can boast of some >.f
Ihe lini"«t hi.rvlM aud residences in
British Columbia. Ite streets r.r.'
well laiil nut and graded. There
i.r1' two excellent _eoeral stores,
an.l a glance at the advertiai meuis
in tliin jonrniil will show tlnii all
trades are Fairly well represented.
Write with confldeuee tu Agents,
r
* st >
Lots em\ be i
i obtained on '
EASY
TERMS.
Make yom*
selection at
once.
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
..  ..
..   ..
Then en!, on
or  write  to
Ik
__
!T baa never hail a '.boom "—ita
growth has been steady. Il is
tl.e li.'iiii .( navigation, and
the terminal of the Larth.'branch
of the C.P.R. All roads (In the
1 ar.leau) lead to Trout Lake. Il
i» the commercial centre ^f the
rich-et mineral district on the
.. Dtinent, and lum 1.ui.kin'* farih-
tii". jir. vii'.iil by lhe- Iu>]eiial
lank ..f tat ails ; first-class school
accommodation under ths direction .( B. Shannon, B.A.; a good
water systen : government offloea;
County Court slutnga; Methodist
l ' ropa] ai il Antl.iai. chur'has
and i.'ttage hospital.
There  are valuable ianch lands
on ihe outskirts atsaitinc settler*.
It« lumber resources are wagnifl
cent, and a hand i-aw mill with a
capacity of 80 000 1-. i or .lay 's at
tbe t'Mil < I tlm Inke. Tl.e nines
tributary are proving out l iruer
li.'l'n'ris every yiar. with t>»w
].r.«; -i tr* i'i < i ii g tip rich I oilies of
I • "rr will he a hig rush ibis
v**,i', tu if ion would know
more, writ" at one* to sheet of
the Btfinu at the addresees below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
U
uufiuMiw^
Tl11> represebtali
ff the rich Lardei
cmintrv.     St'tit
any address for i
per an. in aiivnno
l_
No. ";;
al and General.
reth.ivcy, who  has
of station  agent \\
eparturo of F. T. Af
_d:nesil.iy  for    Nolri
irelieved by If. T. Hit!
bo notici.1 I lint this is
mt larger than our ua
*e hope  our patrons
Iiange, which will  be
'» paper in future.
-all smiles—is not irj
or Mobbs, of (icranl, 11J
ith  the mill moving!
the  Lennoxville  Hd^
jht in it—fairly in it.i
ouhle in Zion city. Do|
ihe bounce and genoj
roliva has got his job.i
ck IV. wa. successful
last Saturday on Tr{
'alter Phelan'.
has got in this wl
ts, vegetable and gars
owering   bulbs,    clo.
and (larden City la
•chdeacon Beer, ol Ka
services in the Angli
It Sunday, The serv
al and some exceedii
ic was rendered.
 ■
oward Crosby gave a
e Methodist  church
night entitled  " Ar
ern li. C. Indians."
ih illustrated  by lanj
There was a  very
re.     The  rev. gentled
ducted   services    in
; church on Sunday.
rho have books fromj
*e earnestly reipiestc
tm without delay.
ides Committee will
ly night at H o'clock,
dance is requested.
L. Masterson, Secret^
ferry, of the Silver
Wednesday's  uoat  it
iday trip.
Parker, inspector
and measures, is ar
mual inspection trij
fcvesqllc is leaving I
asure trip throuf
pt provinces.
jyour eye on the Las
mining deals aroj
hat tho Provincial
atting, th>'  Nelion
ut the cointnim of j
!go which was n.uise
roi"headed   nnder,
ig us news —and till
e manner.
«_jjn;iJt)
-T-
■■■'"-'^'■■"-'a »"-*<      ' -
SEEDS
JWUH UClWCfll flOW ttuU «.AW. ^lUUU Vw.cm.
Hlinger and Joe 11^
n for a day's  fishitj
They secured somtj
mon.
turns has  returned
trip to the eonxt citi
Evans   has   MM
reo for his h lei at
members Imvo
nd the grand openli
t Satur.liy.    Wo \%
1 success.
Ison began Lis a-^
the Aurora at H .^
h.   2fith   itiKt.  tho
I give a basket Hal
i operaliona   contj
.'■it   grounds.   A
made in a lew daysj
try successful dan
thc Alexandria hj
list Monday night.
tin* appearance i
»snow roads breakij
.{, is not all honey the! .'.
'
I
■r
./
*
Job Pr«nt1Ag ovT efifety description will be faithfully exacistod ai the Review Job Dept
„.........     ■-._..__.., -....            ' " —  _ _-».,. ___■- -  as .11 i _._ ,     -,  _~*,-  ,  -— ~ ■   ■■ __J.*.**" '  "*"""*'"" - ' " ■■*■*•—■"****—   ~"-fr*^_
ajMae__ttes».rr -•■- i-:v*n.i*er_Hataiaa
.
tbf.si, tiflteWuS_*.V "^frW*^)t.
F/arg 1130,0
Flighting
ang
Packing
O jr. Jit.
Qo.iirit.ts entered into  :■ i packing of MiningiiitpplioB, ecc,
t.. .-isi»- i i.inl in iiii' llifil rii'i.
11ooil. prompt servicei ami any ivork nndertnlion guaranteed
aatttnncloi y.
S. BANEY, Prop.    Ferguson.
W.   Abrahamson
rac£or
*w
And
.Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to I
Townsite,
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Head Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
Gel; a Home
l:or   /ourself.
j     .   -.«.*_Msa«ii       —■"  '«•■*■    »
I Don'__p__f.Re---
Easy Terms.
r;,V|T.1L F.MD UP, 53.000 0C?.13
RESfRVS FUND O.COO.OOO.CO
TOTAL   A.SSETS       39,000 000 03
i>. R. wi: KIF, President, ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vlce-Prae.
BRANCHES   in tiio tL'rovinres ol AJhertn, Saskstehewan, British Oolumbls.
Nnnitoha Ontario and Qucnec.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
SAVINGS £^r-v'^MrptT.—Depositsr ived ;i;>'l intereal allowed at highest
nn rem rata from .Inte of opening of ar count.
Iiii.is -I.-; i n. i all iwoin .if Canada,
. i..
altenl nn jlvon |/i oolloetlona i.n.1
1
ThoL't I.aki; Bkani ii—
T. B. BAKER,
rianp£er.
0. B N. WILKIE, P L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Mineral Claims Surveyed
and Crown (intnts Obtained
IWdlMH'"  -N.*St  R '.,   ,,,W,'.M    -
WO-?D    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO* L" D-
Hardware, Mini  a' I*.   pi
.aii'l Ranges.
tvi_:i_,_ot**J. & c-..
KOTII i.
•Tenders for Mineral claim forf.
tha Crown.
Tendi ra will 1 i '  '
up to 12 .
i i'i.'iy ni IV'
I.ir the pure! i niideri
mineral claims, ■■ lo
the Crown at tli" Tax Bale held in tlie
i lovernment office at  Casio, B.C.,
the 7t':i day of December, l!in4.
TO be considered, -.ill tenders mi
a:  least equal to ih.' upset  •
itivt-11 below, which ic equivalent
anioniit   foi   wlii.ii m.'l. clain
havebeon repurchased by the
on this 30th of June, 1906, t. .
tin' tax is which have accrut
tax   salo, t'ue cost of advert .-
tender... nnd Orwwn Grant lee.
Claim '...-. So. Ci    t price
Consolidate! Virginia
Elk
gpecn 3994      H.OO
mnst I
a certified cheque i..r the full amount
ilisr.*')f,  payable  :.t   p.ir r.i   I.
favor ni tl.e in..1" signed.   Tlie cheques
^ all unsuccessful tenderers will be Immediately returned,
B. K. CHIPMAN,
Government Agent, Kaslo a.i
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THK   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
>_ and Cartage Horses Always for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
l_e:gau
KB K DC, !•: L.LIOTT,
ii.\i;kisti:i:. mitaky
rrr.i.K', etc.,
Trout Lake, H. C.    and Blorjyison.
.ii'... m. M.riiiiii. .1   A. Ilarvc)
A. M. I.NKIIAM.
HARVEY HcCARTER _ PINKHHAH
SOLICITORS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B.  C
■**uii"itiii> lor Imperial Bank of Ounads.
. .—
\y, i   tmiGGS        J. M. BCOTT, i.i.....
Scott & Briggs
Biirristeis iin.l Soli. it..i k
I S tKHXXHK CJI-4J A. -ya-g. _? -_>4_ Q__. i q
. -» ▼ w'<t * . . <*|»i.i'l ill ev9\vm .vw.vwmrw...vi vv i,,,ti ».—, y
Solicitors (or Uolson's Bank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
■£__fc
1-**,   V*
RESERVE,
EIGHT OK WAY FOR   RAILWAY8
ETC.
Notice is in ri'tiy given tlmt all Crown
' indi along tl e located lines >f any rriil
way, power, or tramway company, in*
..: iiu'riii'il Hii'l.'r euthorit) of the
itnre i i thi*. Province, and hav-
in• iv ui.lil. of fifty (SOI feel on 'a»li
. said lines, ark rw?rv_il for righf
. • miv puriK*ees lot such railway, i ■ are*
11 iramway rompanv,
W. 9. CORK.
Deputy c..r,i >.f Lands and Works.
1 anils <*< works Dept
Victoria B.C., 8rd Oct., 1906.
:
V
I
!*.
City Drug Store
i
D
I'HOl'KIKTAl.lY
MKDI0INK8
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
isal
m
u
d
i......
School Supplies.
Toilet Articles,
Etc.
STRICTLY CASH
A  Kl.'I.L LLNK OK CHOICE STATIONERY.
.•.___._ _
J
b1
■l r  .„":-.' .'.'.■'     -r      .r.<  r. .rr.u ,:._   I ;..:__:.I*.   '      ;-.:; f -, £;;. tt J .   ,  ■
il
WINDSOR HOTEL
XROUT LAKE. B.C.
Best Mo£el in Town,
_______ -4'     *■
Healplen for Wm and Commercial Ben.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R. WcLENNAN,   PBOP
l}^BWB^BB^BWB^SB&BB^BBBm^
I TEe Lardeau Brewing i
 Company j
learning a specialty
■ . .. ■
.tables at Tn '   •
TK0U1    LAKE   LODGE    1. O.O.f
NO. 41
_*MrriTi_  _     it»vi' r n'.'.vi v« i" '.iti.
VtvI'Ik** *'■*   n**"  "v "
1JK *:*W*_B_*
"mirf-wC _F ,,'('1'"'''
^I'Tiy"   -        araoordiallj srals
**^"*-»
i). Jaeobsnn, n. <;.;
I*. M.SI.ri'irrd. Sr,-.
I    LODGE,
No. !
M
lar  t-Hcli
lir.
miri : sill
•   Campbeli.W.M,
A V    .    A
3rd   TIitimlftT
r***np»>"ttf^si
Lager Beer
and Porter.
sworwvwNWP'ii
Draft <Sb Bottled.
a>aBBEBBEBu3BESB35BBSBBEBBBBBB 0
©K
.   .. L'i.f.  .• - ..   -v i
■
i
l
William Schnell, '!
 ft >K A	
Good Shave or Hair Cut
 I'.tll   UN	
r'ri. iN.
Hctand Cold Oaths
;*
iiur.t,     ....      Auditor,
J. C. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE.B. C.
r,,,,,, ;,. . il    c.-,r. fullj
■ .i   :i""i .
•,.■•!•   lurluv'i Pianos
H. N. Coursier
UKVKl.STOKl'., B   C.
FIRE    INS 0 RAN C E
LOS r K k  PAID        Oil :■ r l. \
Wri'o !..r   RaU
Starhep & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS in '
y.Zf,   Oheeje,    Produce   and   Fruii
Iloiisinn Itlt.,T isephine 8t, Nelson,B.C.
Imperial
Barber Shop.
,..,..'...,,.,..
For ("i. "l Haircuiling ami
Bnavlng go t«
G. A. CHEESEMAN
r . vi i '..•:.ri.y
anJ  Cold fc_'..t.
PLOUX_=
=FLOUR
NOTICE.
The   ordinary   annual   general
meeting ol the Gold Min
ins Company, Ltd. Liab., will lull. 1.1 ut tin; office of i'i Oi
Trout Lake, B.C , on Kri thy, Iwi.-
rimry 2nd, 1906, at 3.30 prn„ foi
the purposi of . lectin
/nr the . ;ih' iui' j ,r and stinh
othor
■
i    d.   * >; ....   , .-,..■..Trrn.,
I'nt'il ut  Tioiii   Lakjjr, B.C. 2nd
d«y ol January, 1906.
mond Flour
$3.50 per 100 lb.
NOTICE.
During the   Winter   Months our Store wl!!
be open  from   8  a.m.   to  7   p.m.,  excc_>t
Saturdays and nights preceding  holidays
Trout Lake
FLOUEr==
-PLOUR
.v.t
ThoB. C. ASSAY and < H: HICAJ.
5DI"PLY Co., Ltd.
Vanoivvui. tt, ('.
Headquarters ior Asssysrs, Wli
Mill Supplies.   Sole agents In i   I
M..r«an Crucible Co.,  Battersea, Eng-
.nn.l ; lf. W. Hr.u.i, ,'. Co. . P   ■
ffarnacesi Bornora, etc, .   Wm, Alne
fOt^b A Co.'s Kim* Dslsnces. stc, sir.
V.M. Westfaii & C-j.
Miiiinc .mkers,
■.•i.i.ri«'it On,
Bo . tal mil hi,....
■ .. rilesi.'i.iki'.l aii. r rorNeO'ltSSl
llrulk.
I.un!.""i   t.,npp.
; ii>_ < iiTicu
Troul LukS
« Bmn^inQ =
i    IT $1   "ill
 I.
1 ■    '    '' 90
    I no
/in" V 50
■'-•■■'LAKEVIEW HOTEL P.B_ins&Cofr ^ Wells,
Kit   B.C.
ar well Supplied with Liquors & Cigars
Large CofttfortfiMe Booms,   Excellent Ouisioe and Attendance.
3   SHANNON,   .<
Trout
5S!q.v Madden & Levesque
Prop s
WIIOLKSA LE   AND   ItKTAIL
'ler chants
Dealers in All k
I. r lai
REVBLSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CA5H   MIICE5   V \W
mmt
i_w.mU^«'*Sl'ia*i   fc <ll^ ii li'i WiiaiiSi !.««**»■
misii assssaa ma i is ■ ■»■**>
»»_ i..

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