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Array I Huh n larger cirou*
' liitiuii     llinii   any
Newspaper   in    \.
Kootenay, Bosl ad-
vertiaing  medium,
DEC6-W-    *y
VOL. 2
St. Andrew's
Concert.
LAST NIOIH'S   FUNCTION   A
BIG      SUCCE8S,        local
TALENT RENDER A FIRST-
CLASS   PROGRAMME   TO  \
CROWDED HOUSE.
	
'I'wiih a l.niw black bleak nidi I
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TROUT LAKE CITY   B.C., NOV. .30,   1
/
lie representative'
I of Hie rich Lardeau
* country.     Senl to
any address for $2
per an. in advance.
005.
acit*ng of Miss Marjorie Fraser
Whose acting throughout for one ..
young merits highest commenda-
[on, A duet by Mr. J. J. and
«**8ter Willie Atherton, entitled
"Larboard \Vatoh," was then
givon,and the audience demanded
•'"' encore, The singing of " Auld
Ung Syne " brought a mosl successful night to 11 close.
Legitimate
Mining.
manner iiilliiene.. i(,(.
NN E WORD8 FROM
GRIFFITH.
.11M
■ !.
1 low,
. . 1 Midway, ll c   N
receipta, for ti . 1     1        r*
"standing room only"   was   i.i,0 U„rdoau Minln« l:"
cry  long  before the curl ang     r.   f{rout UJe, B.C.
»P H  t'"'   Oddfellow's hall   last, Gentlemen.--1«»P««
night.    Hat. off to the promoter!      "" •'"" lhat l
fur   it   was  a  great  success     The ,        ,       •        -        mama
audience opened up and bestowed  ' Plea8ed'° note the 1 lid ad
applause unatintingly, and  let it  I^T™'1*', ofthe T''">; Lake dia-
'1 :
^^^^^ am recei .:.,■
esteemed  paper every   .
lo
Mr. Tlios. Tongi*, the   Imerican
representative >.f the London Min*
Ing Journal, recently delivered an
nd dress    before    tho     Technical
Society "f the   School ..f Min
Golden, Col., on the above subject.
Himself a resident of Colorado for
many years and an experienced,
practical mining man, who has seen
•1 il Bides '.'f  tho  bu im -■■. both the
winning and   lo log, the following
extracts from  (he address "ill  be
read wilh a great deal of interest
by invi .tors.
"Legitimate mining may be
briefly defined ns that class where
tho ■ round in worked and the ore
Local Mining
Conditions.
No. .5.
Local News.
Preparations for the Xmas tree
are going along famously.    A good
sum Las beep subscribed and Santa
Clan- lias '".'ii wired lo respecting
supply that will keep Trout Lako
JiKVFJ oi'.MFNT    OP '" ''"' memory of the little ones,
,.,,, ,,  ,,     „,„_„,.   no matter if they live to be a bun-
liilil.'- I      .M l.M.K.t 1,    ,     . ,
,\   '.''.ml   program   in being
OF     INT-EREST    TO    1'IIOSK
WATCHING THE i'ROGRE8S
AND
THK
SECTION OKI HE PROVINCE
Good Opinion
of Lardeau.
well merited in every instance,
The programme was of a diversified
order and consisted of two far© -.
a " menagerie" entree, vocal solos,
iliiels, trios and choral trifles, It
ir* not to be wondered thai the
ren ion of the Sco'ch dialect wain be vera 1 Instance likely to grate
on the . ar ol a true representative
from   Allld   Scotia,   but  a cockney
twang lilies out, anyway, and so
Brf.
in thi is solely relied on
......    , 1 1    •      •    ,.     Iforprofits,  and  where, by  reason
U bile   I   was   laboring  m   tin       . .' '    J
great  gold, silvi r. copper and iea.i
Jr.-
The Review man visited tie- Big
1 umi.■! .luring ihe week, Twelve
men an mployed and operations
; rocoed rapidly. 'The tunnel 1.-
now in about 460 feet. The Pilol
lead, it is expected, will beancoun
tered in a few days.
arranged which wil
people.
.1 n n 1 b
Robt. Scott cam • in on t.
nighl Irom Three Valley.
nida*
district, it was nt all times the
height of my ambition lo bring
that large scope of r.eli country
li. fore the eyes of the outside world,
as it is my opinion  that once this
of honesty of financing mid efii-
cieny of management ihe people
furnishing the capital get la square
deal' evi n if the enti rprise do. s
not prove profitable.
" Illegitimate mining may be re
is done the Trout  Lake   ii-tt iet yarded as divided into two classes,
The Silver Cup operations are
proving very satisfactory to the
management. The usual numbi r
of  men   are at   work on develop-
Tii" early closing movi nent hat
struck th" town, and our many
mercl ant- ha re with their usual
good t-ense ado. t".I it. Hereafter
if you want a grub stake for breakfast, don't wait until bed-time
before you find out there is in.
coffee or  mush  for the morning,
PLACER CO. OFFICJ \L VISITS
GROUNDS OF OPERATION
AND EXPRES8ES HIMSELF
AS HIGHLY PLEASED WITH
THK PROGRESS MADE,
..,...-0 mi me morning,
incut. No ore is being taken out I but get to the store before 7 o'clock
other than that met wilh in course! p.m     It  is  a   good thing, has the
and we trust will
of development.
• i
wiil r.-ci ive her Bhare of the enormous amount of eapital which is
lying   i il it.   and   awaiting   invest*
-_,..._    .,..»,     ,1110     ,'inaillllg
the performers were all mica, nines menta BUC_ „ are ava;i;li,,. in til.lt
and ,Tonnld«  for  one   night only.
Joe Atherton was allowed to warb **
viz:
byviriueof  his  owning  a Scotch
collie;  A. W. BdgO was suffered to
participate on  the strength  of a
tartan   necktie ;   Kev.   Scott   was
admitted  on the assumption that
his cognomen  looked  good  to tho
doorkeepers and his arowi d aj alhy
in tho " wee drappie " ;   Bob. Mc -
Oord was passed on no other qualification than  of boosting oatmeal
ami his assurance that Bt   Patrick
would square matters for.him with
. t. Aii'lra.    Hut, i<. it.e pvnfrain .
Mrs.   A.   Peel opene I  tbe  ; i i
cecilings with   a   pianoforte   sol..
" Marche Militaire,' the rendition
of which was excelleut.    " Sco -
whaHae"  was then sung by the
<'li..ir in u  pleasing manner, afur
which Mr. F. IC. Groffman sang in
camp.
It is only Bince I left there that
I realized the great strength a
!i.'ViSpa]..T maintains and the
many ways in which a paper, such i
as yours is, advertises, aseis _, and
in fact takes the initiative iu every
scheme to advertise the district in
which it is located.
It  is  my .-iui ere hope that the
people   of   Trout   Lak"   nn.l   the
Trades   Committi - keep up their
good  work, especially  regards an
in ono of your  n ci nl i
as   to   lhe   I'.iM,'.   eXt.r'IiilillL
liin' from Gerard to Arrowln
Vonrs tr .
3as, A. Giiiunu.
" (1)   Where well meaning and
In neatly intentioned, but  inexperienced and incompetent people go
into and get others to go into ill-
conceived inefficiently carried oui
inining    enterprises,    inherently
(loomed to failure with lo.-.  of all
tho money involved.
I    (2)    Where   unscrupulous  and
irresponsible     professional     pro*
moters organize a mei :. tt II*
The  Broadview    syndicate   an*
■ liat   hampered    with   tli ii '
shipments this week nun ■
Bhortage   in   sack.;.     The rr.vhiil
trail is now in  better Bha
the ore will be moved more.,
thai*, heretofore.   One car of ■
the .lock   and   two  at the i
the re-onl for one months n
Miy or
■   nl n ie I
Fran!    1
the i riteii .
i •'   ■     E
y bas bought oui
H tel at  Camborne
'•     We   are not
The ore in the bottom . f ii<
Free Coinage shaft " Gordon lease"
is ini|iroving as depth is attained.
The Mother Lode people are
driving to catch the lead Pre* r-
tions are made an.l sup- li: a are in
for a winter's work.
[ng scheme, by which tho Ignorant,
speculative and gambling public
i- worked rather than tho ground ;     J"!111 !*r,» '■■ ;> c'"^«' at
whore thegold and  Eilr i iu other fork   none of hi.- Poplar proper*
li't pocki:: nre relied  on  bv  tu'*-
Opportunity with
r sponsibility.
ability make:
excellent voice, "Asleep in the
Deep." A duel bv Mi*-- Hoe and
Mr. Atherton, " IIuntingb
hit the fancy of the audience, who
vociferously demanded and i
(dan encore A farce in one acl
entitled " Ih ttei than a Doctor,"
next afforded unbounded amusement  the characters being as foi*
n i
lows: Pete  Toiiso, (i   A. Cheese- •
Money begets money, and no
other form of investment begets it in
Buch goodly quantities as inining.
hut the Bamu as ii takes lim.
the | r.- ■•' r- ;' ir profits ; where
•iii; ■ off' and 'graft ' predominate
and n hen*, hy reason of dish
f ;i:: Dicing ..n ! n. in genient, the
dupes furnished thei ipital do not
gi i 'a square deal' even if tbe
property prove good and capable
of being profitably .;•■ rated,
■•»In the i   - -  f thei   definitions
there is verv much more illegiti
mate mining than legitimate mining.
Moreover, these various da -•
tablish  a  paying  business, culti- of  mining  merge   gradually into
vate a crop, fatten Btock, etc. it
takes time to thoroughly develop
a mine and place it io tho productive stag., then fore don'l become
impatient at nol  recoiving a divi-
man ; Dr. Robinson, A. IC Noble ;   ,    , .
. ,  .lend to-m.irroiv.
Adam Abby, P. Shepherd ; Aunty
Cragg, Mrs J. Craig ; Anna, Miss
Fowler; Mary, Miss A. Thomas.
The characters were well sustained
and the mi isles tea ive.l unstinted
applause. Mrs. .1. Craig ting a
humorous tritle next entitled " 0,
Alexander " in a capable manner.
F. E. Groffman then recited the
"Gaelic Dutchman '' in a masterly   wav,   after   which   Miss   Lulu
uuruig mm    year.       i ne iiiiieience
Hollenbeck executed a piano solo betwcen the8e amount* of about 15
very   creditably.      Mr.   Atherton nt o|  ,■     _„. ,, .  lota, pro.
chortled "John Peel," and was foi- ducli0U)  ffa„   ,.,,,  liv  tho trade8
lowed hy Mrs. Elliott, who sweetly ;u] , M|_     n , , jg on0 u,t,.h fac.
sang " The Wooden Shoon."   Mai- tory in th( suites that  uses •8,000
col... Mathieaon ......le a great hit worth ol pur0 gold overy working
will,   his   sword   dunce,    and    I'"  ,iav i'i !!;i''.   u. a v.u lv c .iiM.inp-
recetved a well earned encore, as  ,._„ i;f h ' ,.lv f._ ,,„,,, ■„ ,, ,M
nisi, did Miss Hoe for her rendition Each t|. 8eBg tho world's supply
of'Ca'ler llerriu." Mr. Atherton I. go]d adM ,„ . ,.„.,, V.,M. wit.
then exhibited some very strange noMeB t* Id's unsatisfied cry
aiiiinsls anii   the audience roared
We can't all be rich, but we may
all improve our condition l.v wisely investing our earnings in an income producer.
The total output of gold in one
year recently was more than
$295,000,000. Ol this amount
(248,000,000 was coined into money
during thai   year.    Tho difference
each other, so thai it i.- by no
means casi sometimes to correctly
classify a | articular company.
WON OCT BY8TICKING Ton-
Mrs. Fowler sang iu sweet voice
" Bonnie Prince Charlie," and a
farce" A Precarious Predicament,"
was then acted in a splendid manner, the characters being, John
Biggs, (I. Ai Obeeseman ; Jane,
Mi-s Marjorie   Fraser ;   Iliac1.,   A
W. Edge ; Brown, D. W. Scot: ;
Gray, A. E. Noble ; White, J. J.
Atherton ; Smith, F E. Groffman;
Tom, Willie Atherton, Special
mention   must   ba   made   of   the
for in..:.  in.I more.
Gypsum (sulphite of lime) i-
miiii urn s found in Hui" mil b of
gedimcinl .ry        origin,      Otliei
ii ii ■ ;i is ■ ndi bs linrite (sulphate
of hi.i'iiiin) witlieriie (carbonate of
barltii !|.v he found either finely
disseminated ll.tughthe rock or
as segregations
. .^ -
Jim Comerford is down from the
Duncan slope.
It took the Homestake Mining
companv ah tut ten   years to bring
their present   plant  to the present
perfection.    Their first mill of 50
tons   barely   paid   expenses,   but
when they succeeded in raising the
capital necessary to add anothei
fifty ton capacity, it was the turning point in   their  history, for thc
added ■ I I    i was clear profit, as
it took  very  little additional ex
to run.   The ■ ime number
of men. with the automatic machinery   al  their disposal    .1 .1  tin
work that it formerly required t..
run  fiity tons, thorefore the laM
fifty   tons  was nearly o'ear profit,
Aft. r that it was an easy  matter
to add i.inrc  machinery  fr in the
proceeds of t ie mill nnd the I
is thc great Homeslak ■ mine of to*
day   is   paying   it"   stockholders
^6,000  ! er annum on an original
investment of  perhaps  $l"i0,  or
leas.      Providing   ihey   hung   on
from the start, for in mining a« In
all else, the neri   with   COUragl    to
help build and  to stay with his
building   is   the   one  to win out
sooner or later.
now   within thru' points
of tie .:   which  the  honu;
will be   automatically  abol
there si iii remains the insigntfican
sum    of    about    four    cents     o
hundred wi
lhe snow lias now come to stay.
and thc rawhide trai's will soon be
I  shape.
A fine line of china-ware at the
City Drug Store suitable for Xmas
.I'M.
.    '   ether   Frank   has
'   I       , ■     lation or is going
•  ;'      We trust, how-
.   ll    t  it  is   the  first,   as  we
■o   lose ..'ir genial
i   :. I '   .' iil   ud at the r-.iiue time
d  citizen,   Howev r, " suili
cieut   unto   tbe   day  is the evil
thereof," and «'e but express the
opinion   of  the  citizens   when we
say, " Frank, don't go away."
rlie  Dulmage left  on Monday's boat for a trip easf.
The skating and curling rinks
arc !.■ ing j ut in shape for the
season.   Advanl       w is  tak n of
-.!  Hi.-.'it..  and  it :-
b ith will b-.- in  commission end oi
the wi
The   K. V.   Mr.   Scott   vis:., t   to
thank most heartily  all  who
Irlbutcd   to   lhe  success  of   la t
night's entertainment.
Jn... Mort n  left  this afl
| for a business trip to N. Ison.
Have   >ou tried  the  Raymond
Flour ?    Fraser sells it.
NOTICE.
Tl e regular annua1 ttieetii
ihe Trout Lake Kink Company,
Limited, ai the otii.'e >'t tho l 'om*
pany, < ddfi How's block, on S tur-
iliy. December 2nd, 1905, it .**
..'.•.. . p.m.
.1. c. Murray, Secretary
TIC MUCKS.
Tendi rs will be re i ive 1 by the
undersigned up to noon, December
2nd, 1906, ior the leasing of the
Skating Kink for the season 1905—
1906. Specifications al Ihe I.
office.    •'. C. Murray, Secret try.
Craig an ! Crawfor i have b
out the transfi r business of Frank
Al.ey. The deal also take.- i.
the mail con!:;::'. Andy is the
Btag ■ man of the district,
and the public can be assured cf a
•v i . irvice to Beaton, Camborne
ut.l Ferguson.
R. IC. Shephard president of the
Spokane Falls Placi rCo, operating
n came upon Wednesday's boat.
Mr. Shephard is one of the solid
business men of Spokane, and in
an interview with the Review, expressed  himself as   being highly
satisfied with tbe prospects of his
own company, th   Lardeau,and in
the    whole    province.    The
betterment of our   financial position, and the stabi ity of the po'»
itics of thc province  were  factors
in  the restoring of confidence in
theminds  of the investing public.
The n - mices of British Colombia
were great, and  as  ihey   became
better  known,   capital   instead  of
having  to be looked   for,  would
l.ave its agent*  at every available
point.
In speaking of bis own venture,
he state! that from a thorough investigation  and  sampling, he  belies.-.1 there was  sufficient gold in
Lanhau creek to put his company
..n a  dividend-paying basis.   The
work so far had   been .lone  witli a
view to economy  without  detracting from it- efficiency.
The flume was finished, and the
dnery installed, and.if weather
was favorable, a clean up would be
made   in   a few days     He  paid a
com) ' ■'-.    Wagner
and   ' evall    for  the  manner   in
h   i . y    had    conducted   the
busbies.   oft_:      inipany  at  this
end.
Mr and Miss Edwards are visiting their aunt. Mrs. A. M. Craig.
Geo Johnson, of P. Bnrnsand
Co . informs us thai h" will have s
full line of fine poultry about the
10th     ■ ber.
. Dr. Cross, veterinary sutg^oii ol
Ni Ison came up on Monday's boat.
Mr. Cro-s i- recognised by author*
- as a master in his profession.
He    will    make   regular     visits
i this ] ni of the country
hi :■■  foT.
Wc are pleased to bi e Mrs. A. G.
a boat again after her recent
iilm -.-■
Joo Kirkp.itriek got mixed up
in a runaway to-day without any
injury to himself.
Mrs N. Abrahamson nnd Mrs.
Burrell left Mon lay for a trip to
I r ■ iaal.
AMI lim Distil
NOTICK.
I hereby give notice thai at the
Ladies, attention !      Leave your
orders for the " Delineator " at lhe
Review office.
meeting of the Board <>f License
Commi sinners of the Alnswi rth
License district (.■ be held al thc
Mining II corder's office, al
Kaslo. on December, 15th, 1905, I
shall apply for permission to trans
Clarence    Brownlee,   who   bad
■ i ging camp
ia-t  sun     r   .'..ii. ■ in on a visit
during the week.
Mr. and M rs. E  L   Kinman, old
res'dents, cam* it. I from
Revelstoke  to r. new old .   [uaiiv
i'l'.Ut  1 ake
A mi eti ■:. ^i the Tradi a Committee will bo iii ill on Monday
tiL'lii n. vt A full attendance is
ri quest d.  Bu i I imp irtance.
S.iv ic iu the Methodist church
Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 30 p m.
conduct. ,1 by the par-,or. Subject
of evening sermon, " Greetings to
the Snow."
A grand ball Will bo given in the
fer my license for the   Balmoral Oddfellows'  hall on Tuesday, Dec
Hotel, Ferguson,     to        S.    I',.   12th, the occasion   being the nnni
Slinger Dated November 10th, I versary. Good floor, goo J manage*
HA)"*. A. II.wkim:.    'ment, good music.                        I
NOTICE is lioreby given tli.if the un-
tier mentioned persons hsve mi de appli-
cation under tha provisions of the
" Liquor Licence Act IHiXi " for hotel
Iii •;.•.-■ nt the places set opposite their
reioectiva Damns:
John Ulrtfe Miner's Hotel, Col.il.ill.
Ole I'lvin. Britannia Hotel, I.nnlo.
Leander Ham.a, l.nr.to hotel, f.ardo.
,l. li UcLacblan, Commercial  hoiel,
John Munro, King hotel, Ainsworth.
t'. !■■ Olson, Hot Springs hoteL Ains-
Marv Madden, Central hotel,   Ains*
a .ni..
J A Mclsaae, Victoria hotel, White*
wat. i
,   lander Laughton, Lardeau hotel,
....
nald .*i Black, Ferfuson hotel,
Fera i    n.
■. I lounor, Windsor hotel, For*
.
.-. B, Slinger, Balmoral hotel, Fer-
git son.
|i li McLennan, Wiinlsor hotel, Trout
Uke
Abrahamson   Bros.   Queen's  hotel,
I mul Lako.
Ms i li*n & Levesque, Lake View hotel,
Troul Lake.
John Simpson, Ttout lake hotel,
Trout I.ake.
Edward Mobbs, Lennoxville hotel,
i lerard,
Jacobaon ,v Anders .. .Irani hotel,
Poplar,
i ii.,.. Hanson, Miner's hotel. Poplar,
.1   Blatichnnl,  Pilot Un.   hotel, 1'ilot
Bay,
David Oiark, Clark hotel, Pilol Bay,
A meeting of the B >ard of Lieenea
Commissioneri of the Ainsworth
Licence District will ho held io.- .nsi.lar
jun 11 applications at tho Court House,
nt lie' city of Kaslo, ..a Friday, the
15th day ol December, 1903, at tha hoar
.4 nine o'clock in the afternoon,
\V. II. Bullock*WxasTaa,
Chief Licence In«|ieutori
Chief Constable's Office, Nelson, B.C.
NoyeiiilH'.' 1>S, 1008, j—sd^/rfm
.-**»••■
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the lardeau mining
review.
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|. I'rl'il.* I ill TroiM I a'l." I ■>'. re. I I'i."   -:.<■.'
11 Korgu  ' . •'' ii ' ■ •'' I r  '■ ■ ■ ■ 11 l'i.u.'r..l.i'
•im i _ III      iiii   i .1 no i  III ma
alblc   > union ol    irr«r»r
preutid Iu IU oolumns
All Ine .!• trill .1 nl  il..' rale nl I •
cent*, pei line, Brut Iniertliiii.ned lOoenw i" •
lim' i .ii'.'. lubtetiuenl m«eillo*i
T«rm»"or I'rarmlenl nnd rrii er n I
will in. ma le known on iippllcnll .1 nfllei
Mill.st'l'llrlniii f-'.oi.'i win', in advance.
(Trout 3LaI.e
Mater
-—-fSuppIg iSo.
Xt6.
®
I',  in ng Water sup) Iii .1  by Ihi
Company yu are asstn i d ol ..I. o*
ril v.   Government I
to I its. I :  •  :  :
H-? .. -son - - Sy_t.
HEALTHY OUTLOOK.
NOTICE.
Not in ii hereby given thai
afti r date I Intern! to apply lo the I
An  ..     urnging sign as lo Ihe C*hiiiiiiis*<ioiu'rof Lands and Works : r
i . inn  r,, i„ ,,.:   . ,•. ii, .,',,•  a aneeial licence to cut ami carry aa-ar
!"* '   timber from   Hie   follnwii
that hardly a wi ek passes but wi
Bee in Borne ] uhlication an interview in n bich mi n  who arc ut tie
i   It -    ati .1 i" West Kooteda* Dis
irict.
l'ii in s i» si |.lanii*n on I he north east
-M -..i I... lean >-i ek s
■      ,    •      ,■ ■    ....   ,i, .,     i,      from llalfwav creek and marked Seldon
head ol affairs declare tben.sehes ;,,,., ,v ,1„1,j,.n.^, lS.r
as well  pleased  with the outlook   re .  ■, thence south •■■■       .   TR.;        LAKE
ii i     i ;,, i ,„.), ■,.;•!, i', 10 chains, thence north JW
Men  who keep in touch with the ,.,.,.,,,,... („.1:i, „,■,,„.,,„ ,„,.„„.„;.
financial  situation, men  who are SB 1.00N RAXEV.
e     *i- ,i , „'.   i    .   ■ I Lake, B ('.. N. v. 18, 1005,
familiar n ith  ev< ry pulse be il oi
H. W. EDGE
viiintiGr -««_
Decorator.
business life, lock i
in   (he  future  of   lhe   I'rovinc
Tin  . , f u.- i i   labored >>
•• IIoji.     gj ringing   eternal "   n<
Bon clin      pn ne  to give  up  I
battle, take  . ncouragement,  and
are imbued aith m iv life when wi
CEItm h'Ail' OF THE BEGI8TRA-
riOJi "1 AN I'Vi RA-PROVIH*
CI U   i OMPANY.
" I'miMMi'. Act, II
1     rel »• certify thai  tho " CI
I.i.i h'ty " has this da* I    n registered
*.. i  i ■     11 i * nae  tins ua* i    i »f,   -ifcuu
read the articles.    In the Lardeau . i-Provincial I
•    ,   .•      ••      'W«   I, .'I,.  , ' ' '■'•'''" earn
ur   '"•'      B'!l-f( m   ''■'    ' onto, effect all   i • I M**c«ol
that ..ui'.! Becond to none lhe Company to win lithe legtalntiv.
""'•■   continent,  and buoyed up "j S_«|t.nHa^g,,tatqM "' '
I        eh belief will never r si until     The head office of thc  Companv ie
-he precorneals now treasured ffiff-^ & SJjl'ffl
In our hills are passh ■: as current Philii.lel[>hiain Iheeoiiuty ol Phitauel-
/  .i i       .i     .,,.;,,.,-.,•' I'l.ia a f Pennsylvs   ■
com of the realm imd securing foi   ■  ]; . m ,.{ f,;,,,,,;itil
the   poor  and   rich   alike the lux-  pany in two hundred thousand dollars,
I divided  ir.io   ir...  hundred   thousand
si.ar.-s of one dollar each.
The head office 'i the Company In.
thia Province i.i iiiin.ie at ilia town of
lio.it l.nke, and Thomaa E. Ehrehart,
.Mire Manager, whose address in the
uric- oi the world.
B. 0
Griffith!
	
—* " —• ■-*-—,•»•■
G, M. YUILL
b-repairing,   eta    All work
ilu tranteed.
t MhkM
THE   E.'YECT  OF WILDCATTING.
All the La.es.
Magazines on
Sale ct "T
Review."
^
......
Wc
are    upturn
isti
i     .*iii »      .•i.iiirtj."-* ■    n in/p»   iriuifi^    in    111 ta
same, is the attorney for thi Company. I
Wi are  Nol empowered to lasae and transferl
future of the  Larde
such  because of   tin
and en.li ions.    We have demon- under section 6nof the said \ct.
.!...,..„,  ...;„ I .ii.ir.i,,.-     Tho time of the existence of the
u.
•   i.    ,•        stock,
The Company is   specially  limited
,    , -i   u«_J. 1'"' tune of tlie existence ...' Hie eon;
ntrated that our  mineral showings , iny jg flft,r years from the 28th
are richer than anyoihei district July.WO"
t, ,     ,'■ •    t _       Given nnder my ham!   ai ' seal nf
ui  British Columbia, or, in fact, ...    ,. . .    . ,   ,      ,
the United States.    Al expositions Columbia, this 88th day of October, oni
,... . ,...        . , tl.oi.i«»r.il i.ine linnilre.1 and five.
at different times and at differenl        r_,g.i B. Y. WOOTON
places we have secured tbe highest        Registrar of Joint stock C .--..
andbea' awards nguinal  exhibits     Theobjreu for which this company la j
.    ,    . established and registered are:
from   all  orer  the   United  States     To purchase        otherwise   acquire,!
and BritishCo]  n • m - "'''"•■' «*• "f "
.ar, * eg gold, silver, i opper,
we are asked why  our production  'ead or other mi erals
is not he!-, r. and onranswer, made , j V _•'•'_**„ lo ext,
remove, gold,   silver,  copper, lead or
aft.'r dm   thought  and examine* oth r minerals:
iinn  i   .1,:.. *   buv, sell, or otherwise s.> <?»•' <.r
Hon' ''  lBM .   d, ciWer. i   ■   •
THAT   THE   DISTRICT [IAS '■*"'      inerals and any of the pi
OI    1' V     .il I   1,    ■  .    I -I-L-I, '    ' : '•'' i;rl        '■"   C'"       •'
!'.hl'..\  W J I.ln Al i ED. j ,, •
The   rich   vr ifi-   and  showings	
make  il a  favi rab'e  Bo df ;    | | | \   ;   .*■ . •;  RESERVE
. ulous promoters, wh -•■ meth-l 	
ods nr    to mine the u wary and coast oistbict.
, i .      •   •        l_r '  li E li ■ ' 'in- merva
mere .      I -       i i      -.   [«y ..i„.,i (.,
.i i c .. ■    i       i ' 'be II t;.
. ound.    ror y. ars this I u
of work  i....- been  going ■ n, with -
.i ii'.
the resu i   that  in ti y thousands
t i ,1      i •
nf dollars nave been put  up by in- ....     .,, :
/ i    ' •
\ thi j urj ;-  .
. n< ■.  .     t an* ...
luriiii r   i  an   me   pocKei i ot ll
promoter s. tin ■
This practic   is not so > rev
now. as it  was a year or Iwoago
but stiil there  is som w   s
on now, ind aa si on as wc aresui        I
! -        .
Smokers' supplies in
great* vsrioiy.
I e       >oy K.-.t to ROY
Com
Lardeau Mines
-p—*■ -     _.,
',>
kk
General
Merchants,
Trout L
IT
xenange,
i i
Lcrd
"lie.
of our position we ivilJ n t h
wan! in thc ex]
G    If      d operations are b ii .
carri  I o i, b iwi v r, and tho resu
put b
llltir.
'
all  |  radvenl  r
'CCESS."
'Smiih & eo.
4$ Blauy Street, MONTREAL.
"-. ••:■■'. "   ■ i
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• • • •
• • • •
• • • •
• • • •
• • • •
Dentistry
DR. MH LOT l.ei.-ii>
. .."I t in n> i-.'i ft- ...
 ru- Xtt -'.. Mirtnt
IA Aberdeen Block
I'lltnki from  in*.  i.»r-
iS oi iiim} r»-l>  mi  llmt-
cl»m Irralir.. nt.
A.
J
'mXf-MmW2m^
NOW
iii lhe 11cdc f >f ti ti io
t" Ji'.'y L i4 Htrvtrn rt
the Vrt'tpeitfn r#f Ferguttm
• • • •
• • • •
• • • •
• • w   •
■ - • •
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
brated Brai da of   Ilnm, I ... •
and t^'.s,
NELSON,       -        -       B   C.
The   Town   of  FERGUSON
will l.e one of ii ,. <;,ealeat
<)r.- Producing Camps in the
World, 'flu. hi^.h digree . f
succeas achieved by the
i.nu:. ...us \\ K'AI.I II V a., 1
PRACTICAL BRITISH at..I
AMKRICAM MINIM,
COMPANIES now operaling
there in a Iril u:e fo lhe
tremi iiIoiik wenlth of the bills
j m n n n
i
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>.
FERGUSON; w. H. Jones.
Loose   leaf   Hinders,   F*ne  Job
I'r niin..
Every metal in  lhe mark
vanced in   pric 'i.i • •■■ •■■ k
gained four pointi     Lea I on
London market  a   ned six'po
•';|"l reai 11 d  . new high point for
: i  ni years. £15 2a  .;!.    < v .     '       '
*■     ' •      . MOLT
copper gain. .1 five and eli ctrolytii
. ■'..(■ ints.
EfJGn-CLASS TAILORS.
1 '•' S  l.ar
■
-nan  n   i kr.o
i invest.
He :-  i  itiae
when and
Lucky Is the man whose aj iril
is no'. - ..n've as in prevent
his taking ad . . den
opporttmi y
A nil     I isttna
ware o| ■ i .1  uj
.'
NO-   .
Notice i
•   •
'-hi.       I .      .     I .i      .
Work i for a *
.any  a i r     ■.
• i i- tribe I ii. I-. -  ...i ,. i in .
enay dfsli
Ir un
II   .. th-   I     -r    I    ,,•  ,,.-     .,.,..     ,„.  rl;  . |    p_     J
Devine's n n h i
wast v leli i i-. ■ ,,„,,
the . north
Cll ll.'l-    t ■ |,„:,-
■
W" h*"1 Bt rtputa*- I
■i'j'.s and Fit.
Save ycur O.'dcrs.
/
rs
Supplies
I
I POPLAR   -   -   B.C.
0.
Footwear
■ -
Maple Leaf
ubbers
NELSON, B. C.
I
Subscribe to The
Review.
■
ex pei ting
l.« af
• — awa .   ... m-  *,
J. Leckie Co. Ld
VANCOUV
Lennoxville
-=s»—Hotel,
E. M0B8S, PROP-
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
RARD        .       .        BO
1 lie BEST Always!
IN i INESHCE8 I
MINIM. SHOES I
SHOE I-ACK8I
RUBBERS and
OVERSHOESI
LL UMAX SOCK'S!
'   "        ■      r-«l If yen <!.. y, ur l.uvlet
ih im   fndun't *r>rg*rt. irltrn wnntlnf eiiy.
nor x In llir wii.v ".fl .   I.iri,r I.i mil i„i ii, ,,r
"lr..|i it line.
Public School, Hospital, and
other iiiMiNiiioiiN. iv,.,,:,.,,.
Waterworks syatem. Streela,
Si..i.-« and Reaideiicea Illumined li> K.'ectrIcily, Dailv
iimil wrviee. 'I),(. towswite
Is adtairali i laid oul Gel in
\<>W on the |round (!■ or.
Lois nu,  now ,„. purchased
I IM.T
$?5
ii-
rOWNilTE AOENT
I
PLOYD
RfiVELSTOKfi, fi. C.
W-^*^toajBriii?>eag '^m^mu
JKO O S_< r..v o-t-t-o^j trxv4>0 0
Km**** ■ ■  _ rj>r^
i mal ■ nn
Gbe Dotel JSeaton
BEATON, ox.
n
Nelson, ft. C.
ANDREW   A
CO.
Mnl ..ni, ii carefully and  promptly
.i'l'ii.!el to.    Agent fir Sister an.l Wet*
I, -I,,. I,
A. ft. HEYLAND,
I'lt'.VIXI'IAI. I.AMi HIKVICVoli
AIi;i**ral Cliiinis Snrvoyed
POPLAR, KAH 1.0.
YlSfTOns arrivlM ■''"•"".rthy threshold of the UrnVan)
>li   -l ri.,H lii.,...|, «||| /,,„   i , ,  ii   .   I        ,     .  . .'  n">
^2«sa_,«a ; ■: :■ „:■"''■''■?'
aadCfgers    l-ersonsl Boperv"sfon i. _,•,',   ,'   I, l    "'    '
0
0
i W. BOYD -:-
■'    ''' '■™+'t<.\»-%**&€ft»43&
^-*»^__________! BH
FERGUSON HOTEL
The not  I horai for travellers visltlna
I 'rguson, B.C,
A -rsll storked Har of tlie choicest Lie
|oun, Wines, etc.
Wi*
*
■ft
McDonnell St Black
r=»r.
NOTICE.
Ijiinls rnlUBral claim,  lUuata in   (bs
iajr diifrlot • Dlvulon of WesttCoot-
i   iueatodi   tin   Ualani cre.k, about
...UeMl.iluuril.lUy.
EDnraliWi..',1?**.1" °'B'N' Vv'***l«i M«»t for
..r I,,, _ ,', ",d' "ljiy t**!»'"•>» n." data bare.
iiii.M?,,;l>."J,,'"A,"'"'i
HI.
Trou
twu
oblalnl,
...f lleoordar for a err-
"iipruvcmantfl fur  Hit, jiurixne of
_ » Crown Granl oftbe ab ivaolalta
•aciinn _rf"1" '•**•• notlje tbat action, under
•uVii..,'' '"'',"' '"> commanoad befora tha la-
_aiVd ihi_u -**«••.«•»• "f Improvement,.
( "»"'1 Hill 6t|, ,i_y „, OcUib-r. A.U.. UK*
O. 11. N. WILKIE,  P.L.B.
It raji '" -  Telephone.     A
lengthy trip can . ,,
»t Peri iiumiiis' Store ;   i roul
Luke, Post Office ; also at Ueaton, Corn-
aj.lix an.I Arrowhead.
N. WILKIE,  PL.*.
TROUT LAKE
Legal
Notice;..
Blac
tflCATM OF 1HPB0VI
ICE.
ill,   nn.l   Lid
. Che • N
tl  laims
NOTICE.
k Diamond Mineral Claim iltaali
»the Trout l.ak., Miniug Division i
west Kootenay District. Wherelocatr.
uns half mile north of Hasklns creek
rake Notice that I,  II. McPhere.
»g« j   lor it,, Seattle-Oregon   Mini
<". •■'•"■: iriftrti
11 is iily to lhe Mining Be. ■
or a Certificate of Improvements
,:,"i'"' (obtaining a Crowu era
ol the above claim,
J   I    irther uke notice that sctlo
:1:-' r - ' '• ■' 37 limit be commence
before the musne. of such Ctrl     .
of Improvements.
Dated this 23rd .lav Hunt, i.o. 190*-
nrpt tt r
hull
I f
:
■
ii tow
Keen, free
ler's cs   IfJ. its
ci. days all     lute I ply ;,,
•eo  .btain*
trai i» -il ii. ■ above . (alms,
»r   tnlre   i r    ,.   |C|jon
seel
s the ii   . ince ol such c< r ifi its oi
re   snti      Dated this 31i    ti ol
■
Not : .1 IIIN   I.    KV.
A:
NOTICE.
i Diamond mineral claim, ill ate
■.      t Lake   lining d
• ii Ko itenay dii
..te.I: < in   ' • -eon
fork of lim South Fork ol the
ri re» a-. 1 Bonani (    . .     _,,ut
....:.   from rican
r tiiat I, 0 B N  Wilkie,
•r* •-■ n    ' - • tile-Oregon
1   ■ .   I   '•! ■ .   Mo   ' •    M, in*
sizt) days fr. m the dale here if,
lo the Minli • (or a
ite of   J r t.'ie
. i
■ ■       action.
■   'mil .ir. must be
» the il  . icate
*
' '  ,    i.D.
NOTICI
Brnr Pol, mineral claim,    innate  In tl
Uke MlnlDf Diviiion of WeHKooi
•nar dutr.it
« bare looated :-Oa Bonansa «.-»«*, aboie
one milt loutb-eaal rr.ia. niec* I>i_ii„n :
tnltieral rlaiin
Take DOUea tbat I, O.B..V. Willie, .g-ut I ■
eler Mr.\ elab fr— mluefs crrilflc.t- So
UWJ - lutand, »lity day, from the dale btr.-
. I   a, ey Iu tu- Mi.nua tUoord.r for a Cer
.I l.'ii,.r'i'.-.',ii..:,;i, fur the puri   ,-    ■
obtaining*.! rownUraot of tbe abort claim
*.. I farmer Uke nolle* n,_t action, und< r
leeUon 17, muet be oommeneed before u., i,
■   .   ■ tof •...■:. cerlincklc of Improvement*.
Dated tbiaitu day ol Uetober, A D„ IW6.
oc*& 0. B. N   VVII.KIE, P I..S.
TKOUT LAKE.
;u. li N. WILKIE
I. K
.. i
N C TO KEI.INQrK.NT (J.J-uWNK :
To D. R. McLennan or to whomsoevei
he may have transferred his intereel
in the Kin bro mineral claim.
Take Notice that I  the   uiilereigne.l
n .wner with you in the Embru min-
eral claim aituate on south aide of Lardeau  river  between Rapid  and Poplar
creeks In the Trout i.ake tn ning diviiion
i.i W. K.Hitei.ay, have performed the ne-
canary aurk ami made the iieceiesry ex
|*enditure   on    the    above-mentioned
claims for the years Iuu4 and H'iJj, hi
order to bold the aaina under section 24
of U.e Mm'ral  Art, and the years foi
which aai l work waa performed and expenditure made bavins expired, I hereby give you   notice that if  within WO
.lays from '.he tint publication bereol
u.ii fail or refua* to contribute your pro-
donate share of such expenditure an i
its   .1 this advertisement,
reel in the said mineral claim
[ajl   ).     ,     ...    me tbe property of the ui,>r-
. .    * *rie.l under anil by virtue of section 4
.     :   the  Mineral Act Amendment Act
Motile To DELrfcU.UXNT io-o\VN_lw
I'o Jamei" (irant,  li. Q, MacI eod and
Jainrd Boucllier, or to   whomsoever
Ihey  mav  have  trantferie.l their in-
tfreit in the Mate mineral cluim.
Take notice  that  I,  the undersigned
o*pwner with you in the Hato n.in.ral
l:; »', lituale on .South aide of Lardeau
river between Rapid ami 1'oplar creeks
lithe   J rout  Lake  Milling Division of
'   '■    'r-iiHy,   have  performed  the
leceiisry work an I n....le the necetsary
t ne on   the above  mentioned
- a loi the yc.n  l'.<04 ami  1H06,  in
■   ll r lo hold tli. eame in, ler section 1!4
lis Mineral  Acl,  ami  the  yearn for
> ..:• h. . d work v. nn performed und ex-
lendilure made having expired, J l.ere-
■ give;   u notice that if within UO days
r'".i ii..   tinri  publication hereof you
ail or refuse to contribute your proportionate share of audi expenditure audi
..y the costs of this advertisement your
utereit in the .... l mineral claim a ill
• lhe property of the undersigned
inderand by virtue of leciion 4 oi the
'•'■ neral Act Amendment Act, 1900.
J'*:.'1 at'1 rout  Luke this 17lh day of
July, 1905, JAMES SNELL,
Co-Owner.
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
AEBOW  LAKE, B. 0.
I
Under  Naw  Fiianagement
HARRY McINTOSH.
Of sir.- Eloffmau i Etou •. Rossland,
Proprietor.
'    O
The Most com pi. '..  h lalth   r.-iort   on
the continent of Worth America.    Ac-
uis for   inn enests.    flood
flahln -. '   ..•: ;■ a id bunting,
according t i    - in hotel or villas,
dot-toi In attendance.
Fur
T5^1
Tirs
•    »   .—-       ''
All
Hotel.
!
*■-**>
^
't^
■■■
•'i«'...   mi y  rely uprjn  thn very beat of
laoijation at this well-knows hotel,   Rooms are
well furnished thioughout.    Tho liar is stocked with
a choice assortment of palatable tjlieiichers.
Under the Management of S. .Jin^er
.. ■
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
|V
ICE.
I wards mineral claim, situate
rrout l*kr Mining Division of
■e. ay dial rlct.
■' . Sliver (' ip rnoun-
miles I .- Cup
* '
■
... i.i ...( the a
it acl
• •  ■ iced
li
-
' Aug., 4,0  1W-5
. • 0.
I ated at Trout
nHtt.
I    Julv 7. US
Lake thia .*'.:. day of
1 a an C. Ll: i tl,
Co Owner
Review Job Dept.
Foi lli^h-t-'lass Work.
NOTICE.
Ci | |.er Queen mineral claim lituate
in the Irout I.ake mining division ol
.Vei t K   itenay dietrii t.
'■ ";" ocaiod: On Silver Cop mountain, about \\ miles from r-iiver Cup
mine.
Take notice that I, Frederick Charles
Elliott, F.M.C. No. LSHU41', acting as
>i,:"t,t for Charles L Copp, ..M.C. So.
BH3186, Charles McNieholl, K.M.C.
No. II7S011, and John VV. Westfall,
K.M.c. Nr.. i;*-j7_«;4, intend, sixty davs
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Vinii.z Kecorder for a Certiflcate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of lhe above I
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under leciion 37, muet be commenced
b for.- the inuai.ee of Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this lltb day of Aug. a.d. 1005.
IH-b-VMo.
When looking for a placn to spend
your hulidava, bear in mind
tint Trout   Luke   is   an
ideal   summer   resort.      The
sc-nery and climate are magnificent
mllier j ni t::u' lii
Harry Mc"ni,osh', Proxiet*•*
HALCYON HOT 8PRING8.
Bvcarrmxa .ikv as:)  rinaT-cLAsa in all rbbtsotb
Fire  Proof Safe
Tlie Loane U afjcaaa will) Uia Sl«et Wloea US (Jlfare ta tin market.
Trout    Lake,
NTRA1 HOTEL Revelstoke
nr
TIME    TABLS;
ardean w
L
*
lote
0.1
1
Laughton
,'ii. !• r.
Ill* N Ti-iuiig Ferguson you
„h uld auy at ih" Lardeau
Hoti I.    Here thc   rialtor
w ll   h •    » ■!" Ul .1 Hi   "ith
Diufoits.    K.\"
im-,i..*.     "ell   ventilated
an !    i\ .n in   rooma,    ***«-ll
i    ,..  4i, I  ei. ryihing wl Ich
. :    ii. iking >' nr »i«H a
; .  ...ii.t and in. in irahle .rue.
Rates fi"iu ll "'ay upwards.
\\,  strive to pi) At* our |«tr« i s.
FERGUSON.
S.8. ARCHLP or S.S. LAR. liAU.
Ituunlr.g between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, cominesclc^ October 14:h, 11103, Kill tail tr, loliuwr.
wealher permitting*.
L»avint,' Arrowhead for Dentin and
Comaplix, twice daily—Ink and ok.
Laavlng .'ir...u..n t>;.d '■ ;- ^i"iix for
Arrowhead, twice daily— 7:).'.k and
U.t'k. .Making close connections
with all C P. H. Steamers and tralaa.
Tbe owners reserve the right to
change times of sailings without
notice.
Th* Empire Limber Co., Limited.
A
Pointer
V
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
TEE
Place to Stop at
WHEN IS BOSSLAtfD.
—o—
Davis ®» Loder - - Props.
Royal Hotel
Pancy Ear.
Musics! Eijlcralaacat
_u!letla  Eoerc?, World's
Mlnlor Newa.
E. L. MORAND, -  PROP.
U L'l.dcr tlie n-M Utuffrun,!.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Sk__es at Trout* Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
tiy.cc
llent   Accommodation
Best. Liquors
And Very fmest Cig rs   C_
Ichn Simpson,      Proprietor.
iAGKINNON  and
SUTHEKLAND
-a
n
i _
General
Merchants.
FERGUSON - - B. C.
CITY
THERE liuve be-n f.'rtnnea
made l>_ jmliclouH loveati-
niciit  in  Keitl Eatata, and
ni' re f.irtuii''H will b<> i. a than
ever the next two nr tlire- */r>i.ra.
Tho one wh" reaps Hie I,nr est is
Uie origin.il lnrsstor, for oe has
Lin in.nny on a coitainty.
Now >t us point ..ii". I ■ •'! that
tbi it* i» ii > better spot on the Con-
tiifiit to Lur Real Batata ti.au
TROUT LAKE
Trout Lake is the prettleitapoi
in iho Eooieoaya; an a pleasure
resort it haa no equal R atin_
Rii'I fisiiii.f; may be Indulged in
the yiar rouiiil ; whi'.' big riiiuo
In abnndance ir* to tho found en
the bills. Its olltnal if •• :j crb,
tliiTK being DO Krt'iit rji.'.'ii.. h, it
being mild in winter and c ol in
summer. It can beast of a..me of
Ihe fineit hoteli and r gidc M in
Brltlah Colombia, If streets aro
well laid oat and pru.l. d. There
sp' two oxoellent general atoreg,
and a glance at the advertiseuionts
in thia journal «ill lllOW that all
tra.lee ar.' fairly well r*1 prose 111 .1.
U'.it*  wiih con lid i-nco to Agenta.
ir.
■
5 * ff' I
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
Lets can foe
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at ;
i
a i   .
once.
.. ..
Then call on
or  wiite to
■•"
Ilk
m
JT his !.. vrr hr.d a ' boom "—Ita
growth has been .teudy. It is
® the head if iroviga'i.iti, ai.d
the tirnii a! of tl o Lardo 1 rai eb
the C.P.R. All roadi (is the
J . . ; I. .id t>. Tr. ut Liik.'. It
Is t mmerrial cmtre of the
riii I mini ral trict on the
ct utlnent, and has banking facilities pn v di il hy (be In ; dial
Bank <•' Cai adi , Brat-claai scl.oiii
accoi .ii in.ler the din ■
tion . f B SI ait ir, ll A : ii got d
wati r py. m ; gi n rami nl i ff... e ;
County Courl ilttii gi; "ii. Ihi dl*t
Episcopal and Anglican cl.urobra
ai.! >. ttage hi >\ il il
There ar<» valuable rr.' •!• lands
■ t] outskirts awaitli tr sotihri*.
Ita lumber reeourcea are irB(.n;fl
r. nt, and a bai d saw n ill w.th a
capacity of I 0.000 ft. prr day Is at
t e bead of tha lake. The mires
tributary hm- proving not bigger
producers etery yiar, with new
prospei t*. i penii g up rich l odiei <>f
ore,
There will ho a big rush this
v ,.', nu \( you would know
morn,   write   n!   oi:ra  to   illl.fr of
the r.h'''i.;r« at the addn lai n l.t!(.w.
F. B. WcHt,
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
&}
0uiBaiM^ ■
i
Jou* Printing o? every description will bs faithfully executed at the Review Job Dept
Ferguson
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
Vm
Co itrncts. Dieted into for pai
In nu"' i ni   i in the .li-trirt.
> I. I'l'.i ).t sen iii., and any
Rutisfiti uiy.
S. DANEY, Prop.
LEGAL.
: ■
_ P. K li C, E !. I.I "TT,
UAHRI8TER, XOTAHY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, B. C.     and Ferguson
rug
itore
...'■
.;,... s. MoCaiter, J   A, llarvi j
.\. M PINKHAM.
HARVEY McCARTER & PINKHHAM
SOLICITOUS, I.n.
REVELSTOKE   E. C
>l loi torn lor Imperial I'm i k ..I .'.in.ul...
"ROlMUETAHY
Mi:I'U INKS
PRESCRIP'IIHN
\\ ORK.
13
U
n
Boliool Supplies
Toilet Article*
Ita,
8TRICTLY 0A81]
W.    AbrahaiTISOn        Imperial   Bank of Canada.
Contractor
And Builder.
11. ad Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital .ottioriseit. $1,000, OO
Cai itai [paid up] •   :> ".vi.0,1.1
11 ■■•   *      -      -    3,500,000
tranches in the North wesl Territorlee, Provinces of British Colombia, Manitoba,
Ontario an 1 Quebec,
I'. I!   MERR'TT, President. D. R. WILKIE, Viee-Piea. and Gen. Man.
Owner   of   tlie   Abraham" j R- HAY, Assistant lltn. Manager.      \V. MOFFAT, Chief Inspect-*
.on Addition to the
IV, I. URIUG8        J. M, SCOTT, it. .i.
Scott & Bricks
Solicitors
'.ii n i-i.' i.*
Bolicltort fi r Mols n's Bi
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
^!'.    yV
c
**& &K •
TownsJte.
Get a Home
For    /ours* If.
! ___ss___ _Pay.P?!__:
Easy Terms.
Tr..ui     Late,    B.    O, rlranch-A    (fcrneral    Haaklna    Bottnea-.     Ir.n_.rcJ
Savings f**>partmanl—Deposits r.-i--.iv > I and intereal allowed.
Dmn - *•"! I RV ill .'i;i- i'i nil p'irlr* «.f i'n I.n,la.
'lilted HJtatee mi.I  Baron >,
ii •Itanttnn'i
il i.i ne ! • ■   «.
IliH'tlons und
T. C. BAKER,
nan.iger
ALEX.
ORAWF<
THE   PIONEER
RESERVE,
EIGHT OF WAV  FOR   RAILWAYS
ETC.
Notice ir- hen l.v _r.. n ll at nil Crown
laiidr^along the locnieil lines if any rail
way, power, or Iramway con pany, in-
..n i,villi ,1    under  authority   ..f    11 e
Legislature ol this Province, and hav-j
ing :i «idili i.f fifty (601 feel on
-i.i.. ..f said lines, are reserved for right j
of way purposes f r such railway, powei
oi tramway ci mi anv.
VV, 5. > n'v
Deputy Com. of Lands and Vi'i ri -
v Works Dept.
Victoria B.C , 3rd Oct., 1905.
, ...  .-.,„ , r,
.*•-*    A 111 I. LINK OK CHOICE STATIONERY,    •**, •
L,__*******- ***--*•-*.-*-***■-
•   ■     •    ■ ;
****** **J fl
*"k1
WINDSOR
Best
HOTEL
i In Town,
TROUT LAKE, B  C
Hpirln for Iiii aafl Cioercial Mc..
ACCOMivlODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   FF.O: R!_T R
mWll^BmBWBmB^BB^BWBSBBm
ISe Lordean Brewing 1
__
0. 3 N WILK!
Provincial Laud Surveyor,
—^Livery an{* ^ray Stables
LANK   LODGE    I. O.O. F
Nd. 41
.Mineral Claims Snrveyed
end Crown (Irants Obtained
RaaldtfM i   Next Reoord QMi e,
Iri.nt l.nki'. II C
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO- L   D-
Hardware, Miners' *-    plies, Stove*
an.l Ranges.
NEL-'.OrV-. B.C.
Saddle, Puck and Cartage Horse" Always for IIire-
Freightiny, Packina and
Teaming a Specialty
Daily stage leavea   Heaton ai 12 o'clock lor Tronl fa'e Ferguson and Camborne
Leaves Ferguson, via Troul Lake for Beaton at 7a.i .
Briiitcl. Stables at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson at..! Can borre
TRODI
&>_
—a-WvT. I -*     ora cordially
O. Jaeol ton, N. <
ir, i.n' ir in. • ting
Ki* '    ...M.. ll.m '-   ll-' . x. n
**\t,r'zt      . ■ '■   -
.'lull ire bl itb-
_
1
1
A. \V. El
1
TU8CAN   LODGE,
s ■■..:>.
K[     Vf\?      A ''   & A M-
/'x^/X  ''"'   Thursday each
'   N/ mouth.
Visitors Welcome
i.   I ■ nldre I. Bee. II. MePhersoi . W if,
a
_
Company
Ltsger Beer
r:.
.       Draft (2_» Bottled.
9
■ I*..—- _? j_; ._-—_. _§i __ _s -:>_? =£_
XOTIi E  TO CO OWNER?.
To Jhiii.'- lir-.int. or to wlnmsi
|.ml  l..ivr l>nn("f-'rr.>.l    l,ir  in t
tlie'Crouiwell mineral claim.
Tdko noliiv that we, tin* umltr*
ro owners wilh yon in the Cromjioy
,mineral claim, situate o:i head of Brown
creek, in Trout Lane minim: division of
•V. (Cootenay, have performed the nee*
easary work and made the ncpeasaryex-
pendltiii. .. i nl. re-mentioned ri.iini
fortl.e years 1904-1906, in order to hold
the same under section W of the Miner-
.il Act, and Ihe >ear for wliicl. said
work was perforn e<l having expired, we
hereby give you notice tlmt if within 90
days from the firsl publication hereol
y*>« fail or refn-e tncinlrihule your pro
portiouate >lrnr.- ol sneh expenditure
anJ pay the coet ol this advertleemeni
your iiitrrei-i in tl... ^ui.l mineral claim
will become the proper!v ol tho underlined Dndes and by virtue of (.e.'tioii I
oi tlie Mineral Act Amendment Av»,
1990.
Deled tliin lSih dav of October, a.i>
Ifxw.       E. M. Moaoas  )
liioct   A. W. Smith     [• Ci-Owners.
8. J.   "i.  >!i    M     \
H. N. Coursier
REVELSTOKE, 11. C
«g
© K
Barber Sbop
j' — TOR A —
Qood Shave or Hair Cut
— CAM. OR —
{ William Schnell, 1
KKltliCSON. |jj
Hot and Cold Baths-
FLOUR
Aocnoi.tiiiit,     ....      Auditor,
J.C MURBAT,
TROUT LAKE, B. C
Oatsme comnanya' intcreets carcfnll*
looked after.
Afpiill,rUourtav-i I'lai."!.*
F I B E    I N s U K A N C K
LOSSES   PAID   PI! 11 M I'TU
Write fr>r hate."
Starfteg Si Co.
WHOLESALE DF.At.KKS in fluifer
Kg.*.", Cliooje. Proluce anrl Frnii
'HoiiNton llk.,f nepliine St. Nelson,B.C.
=FLOUR
1
R«v2isto'.e Assessment
District
Take Notice that I shall bold a
Court of Revision and Appeal.
,undbr the " Aaacaament Act, IW8,"
for tbe Revclst. ke Au asment Ui.-
trict. on Monday, tbe 27th day of
November, I'.iO.j, al the hour of 11
o'clock   in   th.-   for.ii i, nt th.
Court Houee, Ii- velatoke.
J>at.'.l at  Revelstoke this _.lr.l
•lay of October, 1906.
C  M. FIELD.
Jiiajre of the Court <.f Revision
and   Appeal,   Revelstoke   "	
iii-iit District of Weal Kootenay.
Imperial
Barber Shop, jjjj
PorGon] Hal rent ting and     I
Hull ii _ go to
C. A. CHSESEMAN
T. OUT I.AKI-.. I! V
er
Hit. one!  Cold Batlvi.
!__^B2S_»_282B3S__
ThiB CASSAVsnd HH   "HCAL
SUMPLV Co., Ltd.
Vaxcoevaa, _, c.
»;,|-'N"**-;«rs In,-.\,,ttvi.„t Minin.a,,,!
Mill supphes.   Sole agents In B.C.fo
Moruan Crurtble C,. Batteraea F	
and; r.W.Brann ,H'„'« PetentCari
« .I'l'T,'' ' "r."r"', ""'  :   "'"'   Am'.
w.irtii a i „. „ piDS Balaaeoa, ate., etc.
NOTICE.
During the   Winter   Months our Store wiil
be open  from   8  a.m.   to   7   p.m     exceot
Saturdays and nights preceding holiday,
Trent Lake
'.<*i3J^L._J
FLOUR======
V.M. Westfjil A Co.
=F.TJOUR
M;.Hi.i. Brokers,
Mining ProiiertliM Reporied On,
Mtnmnnrl Prtwiiecti iI.i.ikm ami Mold
N|  ■• Properilee Looked Alter (brNon-Uei
I.HI1I.1111   l.,oii|i T.,,1,1   T    1.      I>   e,
i:..-i"Ii..«.iiii.-'.        lro,|f- Lake, H. C.
* Hssa^ing *
Hold or Silver  <i r.n
■oidniiil Silver  ♦•■ no
Silver ami [.cad     " ., -,,
cpPi*1, '.'.".".' i no
/""  f)60
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE" U.C.
Bar well Supplied with Liquors & Cigars
Large Comfortable Booms.   Excellent Cuisine and Attendant*,
S   SHANNON,  t.ssuyer
PURQUfiON
„ j Madden & Levesque  -  - Props
P.Burns&Co'F-B. Wells,
U'llui.,,. ., rA1L REVJ8L8TOKE, B C
JJea* RAW FURS
Merchants mma]
»< '•Inallkind.ofFrertM,.!
rBOUTLAKE,B.O
CA5H   PRICES   PAIO

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