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Array Mas n larger siseu*
Intion I linn .-iii \
Newspaper in N.
Kootenay. Best advertising   medium,
VOL. 2
J
■
y
ining Review
Tin   representative
of the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for $2
per an. in advance.
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C., NOV. 9, 1905.
Meeting of
Lumbermen.
LUMBER RATES 8TEADY,
BUT WILL BE RAISED AT
TIIK BEGINNING OF THK
YEAR. c. P. R. 0FFICAL8
AM) LUMBERMEN MEET.
At a meeting ot the Mountain
Lumbermen's   Association   which
wan held ill Nelaon this week it
vt'iiH decided nol to advance the
price of lumber for the present, although it will be aim..nt certainly
advanced at tlie new year. There
«a.« a conference at the nam.- tim.-
lietween F. VV. Peters, C.P.R, wen
tern freight trallic manager und If.
Macdonnell, assistant freight
agent, and the associations! which
certain |>oiiiis relative to rat. « lo
new territory in the North-west
Mere discussed at some length.
No. *2.<tf
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist gave n very enjoyable social at
the   residence  of  Mrs.-Haner on
Thursday evening.
were present.
About thirtv
Stanley Mcnliinniek was in from
Kootenay lake, where he has been
officiating as engineer on the S.S.
International. Brother Cory is
about  to  take  11   trip  to  the old
country.
Capt. Gore, C.P.R. superintendent of navigation, was In town
this week on business connected
with his office.
Service in the Methodist Church
Welcome to
the Premier.
ACCOMPANIED BY HON. R. F.
GREEN THK PREMIER OF
B.C VISITS TROUT LAKE
AND FERGUSON AND A
BANQUET IS GIVEN.
A SPLENDID SPEECH
Delivered by the Hon. Gentleman
to .1 Very Large Audience
Is Greatly Appreciated.
Premier McBride and Chief
Comm'ssioner R. F. Qreen came
Sunday morning conducted by Mr. ' up on Monday night's boa*. They
Mover, and in the evening hy the wen- received by a delegation of
pastor, the Rev. D. VV. Scott. Sub- citizens and escorted to the Wind-
by  adopting  sound  business If Annl   TUT;___.*_„.
-is. had   placed the province | L'0Cal Mining
Conditions.
The meeting of the lumbermen
and tlwir coiifcn-nce with the
C.P.R.   freight  official,  occupied
aliout the whole of the dav, and
■was hardly finished it midnight.
There are So mills in the association which hat been recently reorganized, and evcrv one uf these
was represented in person or bv
proxy.   The agreement arrived at
with the railway and the determination as to the advance in price
of lumber may be said 10 be unanimous.
Among those present were Leslie
Hill, of the Canadian Timber and
Sawmills, Ltd . Trout Uke, T. A.
Liidgate, of the Big Bend Lumber
Co., Arrowhead. .11, I Messrs Herman and Sine, of lhe RowrM.11
Lumber Co, Comaplix.
Otitside uf   the   r.*u'.i:.
which   necessarily  occupied much
time,   the   meeting   discussed   the
reorganisation   generally and  as
the association now p,.-s, --,, ,,
permanent office and secretary in
Nelson it was felt that it would
now be in a position to set .is s
medium of information It was
determined to organize a uniform
system of grading of lumber and
other rules, which would facilitate
business. The question ol tlie immediate raising of the rat.-
lumber was discussed, an.I it was
pointed out that the coast men hud
done something of this nature.
This was rebutted by showing that
the raises made by the coast men
were quite trilling, and it was tin-
ally decided that for the present
the rales should pot be increased
Still thc meeting felt that as tin-
demand was increasing and as th.
supplies at the yards on the prairies and at the mills in the mountains were scanty the raising of
the rates could not he deferred
longer than the next meeting.
Thia meeting, however, will not
lake place next month as UlUal
but will be deferred until January
8th, which will bs ihe general
annual meeting of the association.
The discussion between the OP
H. officials and the lumbermen did
not .leal with a reduction of
rates. A reduction of rates was
granted some time since and nothing further has been asked for.
The mutters treated of were the
new lines opening Up as branches
from the main line ol the C.P.R.
nil over the Northwest. Here new
stations were daily being put in
And rates were very amicably settled to all these n.w |M)inls or markets.        Naturally,    as   the   new
stations are somewhat Dumerotti
the discussion as to  rates was pr."
longed.
Tho Ven. Archdeacon Peer will
Conduct  services   iu  the Anglican
Church on Bunday morning and
evening. Morning: Holy Communion,
ject of evening sermon :   " God's
Search   for   a   man.''     Service at
Camborne at ;0.30 am., and at
j Beaton at 2.10 p.m.
Harry Rogers left Wednesday
lor a trip to the coast.
Arthur (lowing, who is lumbering on Fish creek, was in town
this week purchasing a team.
Nels Anderson has gone to Cam*
borne for a few .lav's trip.
Local niinrods have had good
sport among the birds lately, and
grouse has adorned the tables of
many an epicure.
Three inches of the " beautiful "
fell ..ne nighl lasl week; but then-
is not a trace >.f it now.
Young Dave Orr is up from
Camborne to see the wheels go
round.
Th" Lardeau Brewing Co. are
keeping up the reputation of the
camp as a high-grade   producer.
Orders were received this week for
their goods from two towns on the
main line. Jimmy McLean says
it is the beer that will make Trout
Lake famous.
It has been decided by several
enterprising ladies and gentleman
to give a series of dramatic and
minstrel entertainment.* during
Christmas week With this end
in view Mrs Jowelt called a meet*
ing at ber residence on Wednesday
last, and it was decided that the
proceeds of the entertainments
should be devoted to constructing
and repairing sidewalks. It has
been arranged for the shows to In-
given on the _6th and -7th of December. We ire asked to solicit
the assistance of gentlemen for the
minstrel show, and those willing
to lend their aid for this object are
requested to call .<n Mrs. Jowetl ..1
the Review, as rehearsals will be
at once begun.
Male.Im Heat..11 reports progress
at tbo Beaton and Hillman lumber
Camp. Over a million feet of logs
are on the skids. Malcolm took a
hig crew of men from town this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. A K Fowler re
turned on Friday from their honeymoon, and will take up residence
in town. Whilst away thev visited
Portland, Scuttle, Vancouver. New
Westminster,  Taooma   and   ;*p..-
kane. Mi-J Fowler. a sister
of Bert'- (rmn Seattle, return.'d to
town with the happy couple.
nip ctor Greenfield, of the P.O.
partslenl   is on bis usual lour.
ll,(. boat mail will now DC delivered in I■'' f|.11-011 in the morning and
be brought down with the regular
Beaton mail.
Leslie 11-11. managor ..f the Can
ndian   rimber and Sawmill Co.,
was in from Nelson this week.
sor and Queen's hotels. On Tuesday they visile.1 Ferguson accompanied by E. K. Chipman, gold
commissioner, and Road Inspector
McPherson. On their return to
Trout Lake they attended a public
j meeting in the I.O.O.F. hall. The
.iiorium was crowded to the
doors by citizens in general of all
political shades.
The Chairman in introducing
the Premier called attention to the
fact t_at it was our first opportunity of welcoming the Premier,
and asked Mr. F. C. Klliott to extend to him and the lion. Chief
Commissioner the freedom oi the
burg. This was done by Mr.
1.1 i..t: in a few well chosen words.
Ir. his address, Mr. McBride
pave a plain unvarnisbid exposition "f ihe work done by the j>resent, government during its tenure
of office. He pointed out the diffi*
oulties thai had ben met with,
.illy along financial lines.
On assuming the reins of government be-slid bis associates bad
found an empty treasury and a
sero credit.'< To put the province
on a substantial basis and to restore its credit, taxes had to be increased and expenditures cut, both
of which proceedings are generally
obnoxious to voters in genera1.
However, be said that the good
sense of the people prevailed, and
everywhere they were meeting with
endorsement for the stand taken.
The results w.re becoming felt.   At
home and abroad the credit of B C.
was good, and the country as n
whole becoming prosperous. The
new school act, which at first met
with much disapproval, was now
accepted as a wise move, and
as the people became more familiar
with its provisions he felt satislied
that the course adopted would be
heartily endorsed. Touching on
the appropriation for roads and
trails he stated that of a necessity
they had to be cut down materially, but that he hoped with the improvement of the financial situation that more could be done in
the next few years that had been
done In the past. Bpeaking generally he was pleased with lhe progress made by the province. Her
industries were on a more substantial basis than ever, towns and
cities were growing more populous
and wealthy, new districts were
being opened 114. which would add
materially to ber wealth, and pre
dieted thai B.C. would In the near
future be the greal w.alih producing province of the Dominion. The
Premier was   loudly cheered  as be
1 1 ■
result I bis seat.
The lion. Chief Commissioner expressed his pleasure at meeting
with his constituents, more especially as he was accompanied by
the Premier, He gave a short resume of the work of his department. He paid a strong compliment to the Premier and his other
associates In the government. They
were taecd by a crisis,  and   like a
and  by
methoi 	
011 a sound basis.
TJie Premier in responding to
to a eiilogium from the chair, paid
a glowing tribute to the possibilities of the Lardeau, and expressed
lis belief that in a very short time
it would be a big producer of mineral wealth.
Before thc meeting closed, chairman Murray on behalf of the
people thanked the lion, gentlemen
for their visit, calling their attention to the fact that it was not
only a welcome to Richard McBride, leader of  the  Conservative
party by the Conservative Associa- A shipment of ore was sent from
tion, but a welcome to the Premier the Broadview to the smelter thiB
of B.C'. from the people as a whole week. A good sized crew of men
The meeting concluded with the are at work on the property, and
singing of "Ood Save the King." every endeavour will be made to
At the close of the public meet- push work during the winter. The
ing the Conservative Association syndicate in eontrol, who are all
gave a banquet to the Premier and local me -, had a meeting during
Chief Commissioner. Among the the week and elected O. B. N. Wil-
invited guests were Mr, Greenfield, kio as trustee, and A. G. Fraser as
P.O. Inspector, Jno. Morton of lhe secretary. Tra Is have been open-
Reward and Metropolitan Mining ed, cabins re aired. and the out-
Co.., and Mr. Richardson, ot Van*  look for a successful  winter's work
OF INTEREST TO ITiOSK
WATCHING THK PROGRE88
AND DEVELOPMENT OF
THE RICHEST MINERAL
8ECTIONOFTHE PROVINCE
Jack   Nesbit,  gold  king of  the
Lardeau,  is   up from Poplar.    He
brought with him  some fine sped
mens of ore  from   his Rapid creek
claims.
Studying Zinc
Treatment.
ZINC COMMISSIONER W. R.
INGALLS 0UTLINE8 THK
POLICY OF ZINC EXPERTS;
CONSIDERS  QUESTION  OF
PROCESS VITAL.  .
conver After disposing of the
many delicacies provided by host
McLennan of the Windsor, a short
toa»t list was gone through.
" The KTng," God Save the Kin..
"The President of the U.S." Jno.
Morton.
"Our Guests,-' Hon. R. McBride
and Hon. &, F.Geecn.
"Our   Dominion,''   Mr.
field.
is bright.
Ed Masterson, sec-trees, of the
Mother Lode propi-i'y at Poplar,
wen'down on Wednesday's boat
to make arrangements for putting
in supplies for a winter's work.
Green-
The returns   from   the   Copper
Chief shipment  came to hand this
" The Welcome Strangers," E. E.! week.    The  values   run 255.8 ozs.
Chipman
'Our Province." Fred C. Elliott.
''Financial and Mercantile Institutions," T. B. Baker and A. G.
Fraser.
"The man who we always like
to meet as a friend, but never in
hisollicial capacity," Sheriff Geo.
M. Vuill.
"The President of the Conservative Association," Robt  Scott.
" Ferguson and Trout Lake,"
Dr. Robi son, J. Atkinson, J. C.
Kirkpatrick. IL McPherson, and
F. C Campbell.
Chaiiinan Murray as usual forgot the ladies, but was reminded of
it by that knight errant judge of
baby shows, E. E. Chipman, in a
very forcible way. J. C. deputed
the gallant K.K.I.', to propose it,
which be did in his own inimitable
way, and called on Teddy Saunders
to respond, which he did right
royally.
Premier McBride then proposed
the health of the Chairman, after
which   the  national   anthem   was
silver and 16.6 lead, in all $1 11.00
per ton.
Work on the Big Tunnel is progressing favorably. A lead of 12
to 18 inches of quartz, galena and
iron was encountered the latter
ei d of the week. This strike.
while not giving shipping values,
will be profitable when a mill is
erected.
The winze sunk from the upper
workings 41! the Silver Cup has
been pumped out, and the connection with the Upraise from the 700
feet level will be made this week.
This will thoroughly ventilate the
mine and al ow of more speedy development.
The owners of the Calumet and
Hecla on Rapid creek have bonded
the property to a syndicate of Nelson people for (26,000. It ii) understood  that   a  substantial  cash
payment will  be made in a few
sung in a way which lett no doubt] , "        ,,,, ,_ . ...
6 '.       _   , days.     lhe property is one of the
as to the loyalty of the party.
W. K. George, president of the
Canadian Manufacturers' Association in his annual address mid the
estimated output of our factories
amounts to 660 millions, and employs l.'.O.OOO of our people.
A. G. Fraser has a good assortment of rubbers and snow excluders.
Mr. and Mrs K Eldridge are
leaving for Midway in a few dayi'.
They have resided here for about
two years, and everybody is sorry
to learn of their departure, Mr.
Eldridge goes to taki' up a position
on one of the three new railroads
now being constructed there.
The recent cold snap struck terror iu the hearts of many of our
local ranchers, as several of them
had not harvested their crops. But
the chinook got in its fancy work
for a few hours and.—well, they're
smiling now and saying all kinds
of nice things about the climate of
the Lardeau.
Al. Houston leaves to-day for
Nelson and  Trail   oil   business  in
best in the district. '1 he lead has
been sunk on for some 40 feet and
shows excellent gold values
The returns of the Noble Five
and I.X.L. shipments have been
received. The values are not obtainable, but the lessees and
owners have a smile that would
indicate that thev arc satisfactory,
Thos. E. Ehrehart, manager of
the Chestnut Hill Mining Co.,
operating the Lucky Boy group.
left this morning for southern California. He will return about
May 1st next and open Up the
above property.
NOTICE.
I hereby give notice that a: the
meeting of the Board of License
Conitnisioncis of the Ainsworth
License district to be held at the
Mining Recorder's offico, at Trout
Lake, on December, loth, 1906, I
shall apply for permission to transfer my license for the Balmoral
Hotel,
Sliuger      Dated   November   10th,
lOUo. A. Raskim;.
In a recently published account
of an interview with W. R. Ingalls,
head of the dominion government
zinc commission, Mr. Ingalls was
reported as saying that "It was nut
the purpose of the commission to
appraise any mine or to approve or
condemn any process of treatment."
Mr. Ingalls, who returned this
week after spending a day at the
Trail smelter, expressed regret at
brevity of the statement, fearing
that it might lead to n.istu.de -
standing.    He said :
" It certainly is not part of the
duty entrusted to us to approve or
condemn the operation of any
plant in British Columbia, but just
as certainly, it is one of our functions, and one of the most important of them, to study the ores and
to recommend the process of treatment for each which we consider
the best and most economical, that
is the most helpful to the indjstfv
generally."
"I shouldn't like it to be thought
by any one that no advice on that
very important subject was to be
given by the commission."
It will readily be seen that Mr.
Ingalls' meaning was already implied in his introductory statement
as to the tasks undertaken by the
commission, which were to study
and report upon the extent and dis-
tribution of nine ore bodies, the
conditions of mining and transportation, and thc methods of treatment which would be found the
best nnd the most economical.
The Big Bend Lumber company,
which is owned by Ludgate Bros ,
who at one time desired to erect a
sawmill on Deadmans Island, will
double the capacity of its mill at
Arrowhead. The mill now cuts
70.000 feet of lumber per day, and
the or.lei has been placed with
II. B. Gilmour of the Wnteroua
company in Vancouver for the
machinery necessary to cut another 70.000 feet daily. The lumber industry in the interior is regarded in good condition at present
with a very satisfactory outlook.
The adjourned meeting of the
Trades Committee will be held on
Monday evening next.
La lies, attention ! Leave your
orders for the " Delineator " at the
Review office.
Professor Ragtime is giving a
concert and dance in the Eagle
hall on Saturday night. Every,
body welcome aud free admission,
P. K. Groffman. a draughtsman,,
arrived tbis week and will make :i
Bt iv here
Logging Contract
To Be>Let.
The local sawmill arc about to
let a contract for the clearing up oi
three of their timber limits. This
is estimated to mean tw.ity-tive
million feet of lumber The limits
to be cleaned up are a'on',' the
Fergus.ui wagon road, an.l extend
from Halfway creek to Baty creek.
man the Premier grappled   with it j conueetmVwith the Broad
uview.
A man named Jim Martin attempted to commit suicide today
Ferguson, to StephenI at the Beaton and Hillman camp
' by cutting his throat. He win
liken to the Arrowhead hospital,
where he lies in a precarious con*
diiion. lie has been working
around Ten-Mile t'is -mini"-, but
has been drinking heavily of lute."
Walter Ritchie, Camborne, was
in to hear the Premier's speech. -•»■•'
^mmr"
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THE LAKDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
In l'rlntn.l nt Troul Lake < lly, nn.l I'.ilillslierl
nt Kotkih.hi u.i.l Trout l.nkir uverv 'I Dili's.lay
Tin' K llt'.r 1 >.'s ri.il n.ilil   liluim-ll rtipon*
■lbMfor.ll« >|. n lions of cMitf. »t»>i.U_ i.V« fx-
prossoit In its columns
All loeiiN will hi. chiii-iicl nt tlicialc Of 14
oenU per lin.'. tlrsi inserti.m, arid ItjOSntspHj'
i nu-.-i.r!. siiiiK.'i|ui-ni Insertion.
TermsforTnwiilenl nml oil.or nlrvrllnlnR
will he i..nit. known on uppllentliin nt uflU-e
HllbarrlIII lull W.lKlii vein'. In ll.iVIUIOt'.
IF NOT WITH  US-AGAINST US.
The Nelson Tribune views with
alarm the trouble in the Conservative party of Nelson, and fears
that the result will he, tn the event
of the retirement of the present member (John Houston),
the election of a Liberal. The
Tribuno also rends a lesson on
constitutional rights to the ministry for refusing to recognise the
Conservative Association of Nelson. We do not know whether
they did or did not, but we say if
they did so they were not infring
jnj* any constitutional, moral or
political right.
The Conservatives of Nelson
elected John Houston to represent them at Victoria. Because
lie did not get a seat in the Cabinet
(th
Grout Xafte
Mater
Supply 0a
By using Water supplied by thi i
gj) Company yu are assured of sbso* j
• • luti'purity. Government Analysis i
®    to back up statements. :::::::*)
Hugh McPherson - - Supt. j
imtoiMMtotoitMi^
other factor is that by the building
of 40 miles of road from Gerard to
Arrowhead the connection would
be made between the Crow's Nest
brant'li and the main line at Revelstoke. The advantages to this part
of the country aro manifold. Our
supply depot, and our traffic is
necessarily the coast, and any direct line to there would naturally
help out the district.
(.'Kit I H'lCATK OF THE REGISTRATION OF AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANV.
" CoMrAMrr. Act, 18',.7."
R. W. EDGE
Painter -—
Decorator,
TROUT   LAKH
Ii 0,
G.
I lieieliv certify tlmt the " Chestnut
Hill Mining Company," "Non-Personal
Liability " baa this .lay Leon registered
as an Kxtra-Provinoial Company under
I lie " Companies Act, 1897," lo carry
outorclTo't all or anv of the objects of
the Company 10 which the legislative
authority ol the Legislature uf British
Columbia extends.
The head office of thc Company is
wisdom of whioh action has (situate at   No.   301   Qulnn*8harpio»B
.been   forcibly   demonstrated),   ta^^fe^^Vgffll
did all he could   to embarrass the I phla and State of Pennsylvania.
..,-i..   u.   ..,„„   „i„-t._   .^ .,,,.,,„,.!        The nnioniitof the capitsl of theCoin
party  he was elected tp support. L^ ., two hnn&ni .£,„„„,. do,,,Mi
YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watoh-repniring,   etc.
Guaranteed.
All work
(Billows BIocl.. Trout Late, RC
Wliile he did not  actually register (divided  into   tuo  hundred   thousand
hia vote against   the  Governmen
he, through hie paper and in every I thin Province is iltuate at the town of
wav tvntiaibla did  bis best   o knock I 'ro,u '-uke, and  Tlioinai B, Ehrehart,
way po._im_ aici  ins .est to KnocK j MJ|W Man,Ker) whose address in the;
the McRridc   Government.   This, laame, is the attorney for the Companv.'
or part of it, the Conservative As- ;N*kera-50,re*'ed *° im* *& mn'f*r j
social ion of Nelson upheld  him in !    The Company is   specially limited i
his   actions,   and U^^tollrilrfl^g^t^^^^
Ail the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review."
asterson, Griffitl
~—  '-"____r __P __.      H        Mwl    •*■■"" -..._....'.
ml ,..i-
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all right 'o any consideration.
If j nany is fi ft y years from tbe UmIi Jay of
Ilotisti n     felt    his   constituency
. nanv
Julv,
1IK.I4
Smokers' supplies in
great* variety.
(.liven under inv  hand   and  seal nf
slighted, and   wa« confident of   his   office at  Victoria,   Province of llritis
...„.,.  ... .i.;..i,   .i i.. i,„.,«-„ki„ Columbia, this 58th dav of October, one
seat, wc think   the only honorable  tbfmund llim. hundred and the
curse to pursue was to resign and
go before the electorate for endorsement.
The - stormy  petrels" nf RC.
fL.s.J s. V. WOOTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The objects for which tliis compni.v is
Iestablished and registered are:
To  purchase or   otherwise   acquire,
I own, lease, occupy,  use or develop nnv
politics.   .Martin  and Houston are lands containin_ gold, silver, copper.
back numbers.    One out  Md the ,e*d wether minerals:
,.   . . -iii     loinuip, or ntlierwise  to extrurt or
other   living  on   foreien  soil, and ; ren ovo, gold,   silver,  co;>|>er, lend of
we have   no  doubt   that the Hon.l ot),,'r1mi,,eral,:        ,      .    N    ,   ,
„,,,.., .,,        . ,     , , '      I     nnv, sell, or  oihemise  lo ileal or
R.  McBride   will,  with the record  tralT     in j-old. silver, copuer. lend or
he has  made in  two years, have. °,th"      iaerala and any of the producM
, ,, ,   ■• .•   * , ther        and articles consisting or part-
tho conhdeiictf not only of Nelson,  ly co     sting thereof.
but the whole province.
Ask your Dealer
For
Maple Leaf
Rubbers
The Iii e« made for durability possess a remarkable
degree of style, while the stylish lines are very durable.
You cannot make a mistake
in buying Rubber* if the
emblem of the Dominion is
branded on them you may
if it is not.
RAILWAY EXTENSION.
The Vancouver Province, usually well informed as to C.P.R. affairs, announces that it is tbe intention of the railway company to
lower the heavy graded in the
Rockies so that its freight hauls
may be more profitable. One of
the plans mentioned by the Province is to continue the Crow's
.Nest road round the north end of
Kootenay lake, connecting with
the Litido railway, and to ex.
tend that road from Gerard to the
north arm of Arrow lake, connection being made with the Arrow-
head by means of a steam ferry
over tho North Ann. This change
would cut Nelson off the main line
and entirely do away with the
hoped f..r through line by way of
Nelson, Midway ami Penctlrton
or Spence
indicated
build from the present main line
af Heaver round the Hig Bend «>f
the Coiimbia, following the Columbia river all Iho way round to
Revelstoke Either mute, says
the Provinoe, wruld givi tl easiest
grade across (he continent, and
place the C P. tl. in a position of 1
being able io compete with any
other transcontinental line Nelson News.
The  above article  is along lhe
lines advoc.it. d for sometime hy
the   Rkvikw.    Wc   mtl»l   scl
ledge that Nelson, inter, si- i.
suffer, but we believe iu Ihe 'rent-
el! good  to  the greatest number, Pf""
nn •    . . i_       In* nl    lili'h      .i-
l l.e (otiiiiletiou of the Lardo route ,
i i
is Undoubted!v   the   only   •   . n-Milieu nil '  Un
, • ' ., uml
to lhe  fi-i-.-iowing   Ire gill  i  i      "» " ■'
■ nil
Iem of the C.l'.l! .      Mr  J'. C. £ '  f which Win ..... ;.-;,.-i in
111.- I. •
Iivan. win. bas  i.robabiv  been
r • 11 mm iivei
most successful enirinecr the U i  tt. it rawer*
ever  had.   made   the statement ii,
mlli -  H i i i. i , . i ,
Trout  Lake that  by reducini   the "' ,*"!•',   '•'' ■" ■'■>..  In
Un . pre . mi li
grade at one   point   on tin- (.';•■-     , lumier tlwi oftn.
' ' nn.l   (. ■ I,    . i llllll
iNest branch   and at ,'in.. " .,-  iu_ii ,   ' i tin* i
  ' »-* ■ ii     n -i ... im I,,,!.
Knotch  Hill, the grade   through
ihe mountains would nol exceed at     ,„,„„, ■ „.  . ,,,, „
juviiihI  ......I       _■      Umdsrtii i Works Uepnilmiinl,
*■"{   I   ' '"• ' '     I"1   "'" A"- V.' I"..-. .IL   . .11 AilKii.tJIMB.
IP  you want to S_LL
i      you want to liUY
Correspond « irFt the
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
IV. I :,v.. several Ol Oil   1'roper-     8
ties listed on m hich good terms    |
.an l.e hud.    . I
I   Lardeau Mines Exch«m^«.
" Revien " Boilding,       [
Tro.il  I .,!.,, Ul .     1
« — --**—-*.—*—i-O—« *^. __-   '
NEW YORK LIFE ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
Fun Investment and  Protection
TIK).-. TAYLOR, Agent.
RicvKisr.iKi:    ami     Titotr Lake
***■**.**—..■—*-*. -.-.^«».^,
r !
General
Merchants,
Trout Lak
•   •      •   •
Dentistry,
111   Mll.l.nV I.e..* Ii»
.' ,'.    llll   V  Ih. >|i    |l.   .lie-
 iir i.. |.r -t..iiii,.ri ni
_• Aberdeen Block
I'll.-nl- fi-iin llif t.Hr-
il.:. i mil) r.lv ..ii llr.l-
rlK»i> irv.iiin nt.    :   :
A. MUloy
NOW
in thti lime f»r joy to
t.. Hi iy L"t* Neii r wt-re
ihe Prospects i.f ferguaoa
■"£»>"_
*
BO   l-n^i.t
• • • •
• • • •
• • • •
• • • •
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated Brands of
and Eggs,
NELSON,
ll.ii.i,  Pn. mi
B   C.
CUMMINS
-' '   i'i l.ln<*
■   1 ■ ■ 1      .   r .
ni muni
nl-i.n keni' supp
H. Jones,
Loope    leal    Hinders,    Fins   Job
I'rii.
tinj.
NELSON, B. C.
,_ n,;*i.       i     ,i Art for and insi'l on i-et-
s l>rid|*e.    Another plan H
by   the Province ia loll  lin8  Ml,;'1'' I,'ilf I:'!'
there  are no  others ju.-l  as
gooJ,
J.LeckieCo.Ltd.
VANCOUVOR, B.C.
S   .i      tgeuts .ii'    '.'.'. ,t.
Lennoxville
<5»— Hotel,
E. MOB3S. PROP-
The  Town   uf  FERGUSON &
will  be one i.f   ih,.   (irealeet 9
Or** Pi, .(lining Cam pa in ibe *2
World.    The  high   degree i f ]&
success    eoliieved    bi    the |S
niimeriiiis   WEALTHY    ami ja|
PRACTICAL   UK I IISII  and mi
AMERICAN   MINIM; 9
COMPANIES now ..|i,*ratiiig H
there   in   n    liibu ••   to    H,,. <S
treim ndiiiia wealth . f the hillt j"i
FERGUSON
5Q00I±^^ll
CANCELLATION 01- !: I.- J-:Ir \ i:
. i-: i- ii.
.*.-.___? NEEDED
ill the new poflliiiui.
ei.'iile.l hy I;.nl mult mid   l • I'l/ranh
■ on.-     *\. ivni   \   l M.Atli.N
LAOIESol i, In
LEARN TELECP.J.PHY
ANJ R.R. ACCOUN riNC
^^.- fin nhh "". pi.- t .,f ihuOpef*
■■ : W ■ '     i America.
11 o -i* ■ i-iio.,'. nru thu ii   - -r exi'lp-
■     liilegruiili    (*,'hi,ii«    IN   THE
WOULD     KhtablMied SOyenrj ami
—-.I   l.v   nil   le I'   : t'lii
IlllH.
'■ -     .- ■ " ! i ml |*j _vu-y
I In i-r ii
■ in    1(1
i..  nlali •  ■     ■ lie   I.-, ly n min
lilillS,        fi ■  i I,, in
•   ■  Ri      • -   ininie-
medlatelv upon graduation.
deul • ' ,ii.  ■ nii-i  ■;•  any ii	
1 - ma,    I or  hill  |
III    ■    ,11   •■    ol    r-ll:     Will      I-    *l lile
I i        • lee al
nn     'I      I'il In III "i.   Ii   •
Ira Scfiool of Telegrauliv
Cincinnati Ohio,        Buffalo, N.Y.
Atlanta, Oa. La'.'roaae, Wl#,
IL-x.-iri--in.-i. lev SanPranclaco,Cal
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
OFIRARD
B  C
The BEST Always!
IX FINK 8I.OE8 I
minim; SIIoFS !
SHOE PACKS I
RUBBERS   ihd
OV   R8HOF3BI
GERMAN  socks'
■'   ll   nl   - in   ■-.iiii ■ i,iiwi,(
■- Inn'l i-ui-i i   wrln ii w mtliin m.ii-
Iiii ....    itwn « i ..ri in.iir
rlrop n lino,
m bovu, snoii we
Nelson, 11. C.
ANDREW    &
CO.
,'lolllpll
' .i -i.Hcr ii-id Nel
lei full     • I   promptly
aliunde I lo,
tlclon
A, R. 11IV LA M»,
phov imiai, i.am. m Rvavnn
Mi.i.'i'iii ('!iiim-. Surveyed
POPLAR, KAsi... '
Public School, Boapltal, nnd
other iiiKiiiiuioiiK. Exeellem
Wanrwikt. pyalem Streeta,
Btorei Mini Rpaldeiicea illu-
nnn, (I bj Electricity, Ihtlljp
mill   iirvicc      'I |„.   |„**_»ii',.
i" adnirmbl*/ laid ..ut    t,, i |0
NOW ou tin* Kimin.I Hour.
Loin can   now  be   puri'linr-ed
PROfl
$75
LP.
TOWNSI H; AQIiNT
FLOYD
;| RKVEI.STOKh, B. C. %
■ i -..
■»*..>:    ••       H*-    r....r.l
...  tTbc Hotel Beaton
BEA10N, b c.
f
.;
i.
Yisnoiis irrlvlnf •tBealon ibe tjiraebolil ol tha l_rrlean)
via Arrowhead, mil (Inil thia Hotel to be folly equipped
for hleb-clnn trade    kaeelleut a mmodatioiL    A well
appointed and inaoinaa dining i,„n ri.ehe.i „t tVlrn. Ppbim
and ( g«ra Perwnalauperylelon re Br>en to tha reealrement* ol
paironi  \ Ititora to tbe lardean can rely one fort at Ihiiholel.
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
• *'■■=  :v*. qKH»P»q oe
* *«KP*»» «KKMI KH» «•
A FERGUSON HOTEL
TJ_ noted home for travellers visiting
Ferguson, B.O.
A well stocked H»r ol the choicest Liqours. Wines, etc.
McDonnell &  Black
Proprlet(
(_egal Notices.
ptTiriCATBI   Or"   IM I'll rV kill.NT.
NOTICE,
I Chest No. ..' .   liolden Ohsst No,
fn   im. nnd Lidie mineral claims
uuii- iii ilm Trout Luke Mining liivi-
f Went Kootenay district.
Jfli-.-e    In. ati'<l:    t tin-   in.-l    our.   bill
i--.mli wesl    f.-uin    the    town    of
i, li. c.
Le notice tlist I,   John   Keen,   free
V's oo.tiflcat* No, B88,33*>, Intend
>!io alter dule hereol, U) apply to
Slii.iiig Recorder  lor Certificates ol
jMieuients for the purpose of obtain
|rowa ..ii.!* of the above cIhiiiis.
id further  tnke   noti.-e  that  SCtioo
section M must be commenced
> the issuance uf hih-Ii certificate ol
I are iinnls.      listed this lllst dav of
Jl.sr, A    I) , ltW*
IN.iv _ <V> .11 IMS'  KI'KV
*
tt
i.i'
...
_
tt
NOTICE,
rk Diamond mineral claim, situate
ihe Trout l.ak.- Mining division ul
fell Ki'.u-iui> district,
■ here located; On divide between
li iuIIi fork of the t-outh Kork of the
ll-au river and Bonanta creek. sbout
i     .-*. northerly Irom the American
iks Notice ti.st I, 0. Ii N. Wilkie,
it in si{.-nt   for the  Bastsle-OregOO
ding  Co.,   I- M ('.   No.  1188195, in-
sixty .lave Irom  the dsts hereof,
,pplj   to tba   'I   .   | Recprder for s
ste        1 • menti, lor the
|l*nss rt a I rowti I. r_m ol
i
n ther :nke  notice that action,
isl  i.e commenced
•   •■      .    ,     •        such I .-rnticate
NOTICE.
Black Diamond Mineral Claim litusti
in the Trout Lake Mlnlus Division ol
West Kootenay District. Where located
1 'ne hall mile north ol Hasklns creek.
Uka Notice that I, ll. McPherson
akt.'iii for the Heatth'-Oregon Minlnj
Co , Free Miners' Certificate. No.BHSlUf
Intend oixtv days from tho dati
hereol to apply to the Mining Recordei
lor a Certificate ol Improvements foi
the purpose Ol outlining s Crown grate
of lhe ahuve claim,
And further lake notice that actio,
under section 37 must be commenced
before the issuance of such Ctrtlflcati
>f Improvements.
Dated this 2$nl (lay Kept. a.d.  190.r>.
..•pt 2R
NOTICK
HI.   I,,,uli mlunrul claim.   sUintl*, In    the
sum! rut „ i""'"< fclvtaUm of Wsst Koot*
WIioi-i. located!—On   Oalei.a crunk, uboul
iwo mile* film, cirrleclty.
lake iiuuim ihut I,o.|l.N. Wilkie, a_-nt fur
_"!/.'_'!".U "lu». Ires miner's ct-nllln.t.. No.
iisiUM. Intend, »iity iluya from the dal« bar*
?_i_*PJPly ""I'liMlnlnt Keconler fur a err-
i .I ", " '"'I'mveinoiiU fur tin. purpose uf
ouiauiiiiga i r.iwn liral.tof the above claim.
..»,'. fi,,r"",rl»kenutlcethal action, under
section d7. iii[iai |„ ,.oruineticed befnra tlie la-
"""'l"8 '" "iir-h certincatSdf liiipruveineiits.
outea tills !,\h _„r of October, A.l).. 1VU6.
ocl *                      0. II. N. WII.KIK,  I'.L.H.
 TROUT LAKE.
XUTIIJK TO UKUMliUKNT CO-OVVNKKH
It pays to usn the Telephone. A
lengthy trlpcan often he saved. Offices
at Ferguson: Cummins' Htore ; 'Irom
l.ske, Post Office ; slso at Ueaton, Comaplix and Airowlu.il.
dai   .if ct
A.l),
|0   H  N   WII.KIK
KOT1CB.
•»aMt« mineral claim, situate
the rrool Ijike Mining Pivision of
-■ K ■ •'■   io distrii i
.ted    "n Silver Cup inoun-
■ ii 1 >   inilea   fimii   Silver Cup
c that I, Frederick Charles
M < '• - 11*8042, acting a*
i din W    Westfall,  ..   ,C.
■ inland,   ■ sly   .I.n «   from
i .-r.-..i.    t..    apply    to     the
..    .rit.'r    for   a Ci*iii'i.-ate  of
■ ,'e,    fit    the pur|.oaa of ob-
.      ...ant  ot  the  above
> ' •■ 'r 'ske notice that set.mi
.. it. musl be commenced
. I each Ceriiticate
J
s 1 • ,     -I Aug., ».i.  It**-')
NOTICK
Brer Fox, mineral claim, situate In llir
I rout Lake Mining IMvlilin of West Koot
enay .Llrl.-l
Wherp located r — On Ronansa oreek, about
nir mile ,.,,-; _eu   it, m   e... _   Diamond
mineral claim
Takir DOllcs ll.al I, O.B.N. Wllkte, ajent for
i'eier Me.Velgh. frre miner's certlflcate No.
392338, luUuid. slily days from tlie dai« Inn
if. I - apply lo tlie Mining Ksoordar fur a I'er-
iifiittt.-'if ImproTsuants, for tbe purpose or
■-■-,.- -,ing a . Town (iraiit .if tha ab .vr  claim
And furtber take notice that action, un.lei
se Ui.n 37. iiiiim be cimineiic'd befure tlie Is
IU in.-e..r Niii-h certificate of tn.pruYi-meiits.
iuite.1 tlilsillli .lay nl Ootobsr, A.I).. 1D06.
octl o. B. N   WILKIE, I' I..8.
TROUT LAKE.
lo  Jau.es  (Irani,  It.   G. Macl cod and
James  Houchier,  or  to   whomsoever
they  mav  hsve  transferred their interest in the   ,».i.- mineral claim.
Take notice  that  I,  the undersigned
0-owner with you in   the Mato mineral
laim, situate on South  aide of Lardeau
i..-r between Kapnl and   Poplar .recks
ii the Trout I i.k'- Mining Division of
-Vest Kootenay, have performed the
lecessary »r,rk nnd made the necessary
Xpeuditurs on lhe above mentioned
laim for the years 1W04 and lW06, in
"ler lo hold the same miliar section M
fihe Mineral Act, and the years for
<l,im said Murk wits performed und ex
■end 11 ii re niH.le having expired, I l.ere-
.)' g.>e you notice that if within90days
iniii   the   hint   publication   hereof  vou
.ul or refuse tn contribute your propor-
i-.iii.le share nf such expenditure ami
ay the costs nf this advertisement your
iteresl in the anid mineral claim will
s-.Mine i he property oi the undersigned
indi-r sn.l l.v virtue of lection 4 of tbe
Mineral Act Amendment Act, l'JOO.
1>_•...< ut Trout   I uke tins 17th dav of
inly, mo.. JAVIEH SNELL,
Co-Owner.
MOTH E TO I.KI.IS'Ut'KNT OO-OWNER
To D. K.   Mcl.ennan  or to whomsoever
fie may have lransfarre.1 his  interest
iu the Kml.ro mineral claim,
lake   Notice ti.al I   the   undersigned
o-onner *a it Ii   \o.i in the Kmbr.i mineral claim situate on   south side of l.ar
lean   river  between Ita;   i   and poplar
re.-ks in the Trout i.ake mining division
ol W. Kootenay, have performed the necessary work si.d made the necessary ex
penditnre   on   the    above-mentioned
.lamia foi the years 1UIH and 1905, li.
order to hold the same under section 24
ol the Mineral Act. and ihe years for
which said work was performed and ex
penditnre made having expired, 1 hereby gne v.ui notice that if within I'll
days from 'hs first publication here..!
| ou fall or refuse to conlrib'Jle your pro-
pur I..male si.are of such expendituresnd
;.av the costs of this advert.senient,
i.i.'ir interest in the said mineral   claim
will become tbe property of the undersigned under and by virtue of section 4
of   the Mineral Act Amendment Act
ltfoO.
Pe'ed  st Trout Lake this 5th  day of
Julv. IMO."). 1"'BSD C. KlXioTT,
Jillv 7. 06 Co-Owner
Review Job Dept.
For High-Class Work.
jardeau
Hotel
00
Baa
to
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor,
W
11F.N   visiting   Kergiie.ui you
hbrtil'l ftay rit ihe Lardeau
lintel.      Here   the    visitor
will   be   surrounded   with
I ie comfort**.   Excellent
ciiir-nie,     well   ventilated
mil   \Mirm   room*,   well
■Kicked bar.   an.l   evrythniH  which
)ei ,|» towards  m.ikini: your vieit a
pl.M-.niit and  memorable one.
Kniee from $l daj Pp»»rda.
We itrlva t.. pleaee our patruna,
FERGUSON.
s--.--. =
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
W
General
Merchants.
mtwum
FERGUSON - - B. 0.
NOTICK.
Copper Quean mineral   claim, situate
in   the   Irout   I.ake  inining division ol
lVe*t Kootenay district.
Where located: <>u Silver Cupmoun-
a n, about l,tj miles from bilver Cup
mine.
lake notice thst I, Frederick Chsrles
Elliott, K.M.C. No. B88042, acting as
4|(ent fort.'hsrles L. Copp, r.M.C. So.
B8318(i, Charles McNicholl, K.M.C.
«0. B7801L and John W. Westfall,
K.M.C. No. B8*904, intend, sixty days
nun ths dste hereof, to apply to tbe
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
-.aim.
And further take notice that action,
under section _", must be commenced
before the issuance of Certificate of Improvements.
Dafed this llth dav of Aug. a.d. ]'«..
l8-8-llJU.r..
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
ARROW   LA_K.  13. C.
__^-'i_-r_       V
Under   New   Management
HARRY MciNTDSii
oi the Hoffmann House, Rowland.
Proprietor.
«__fr^-:
The Must complete health resort on
the continent of (forth America, accommodations  for   KKI guests.     I.ood
li.-hinK, limiting and hunting.
Terms $13 00 to lis 00 per week, accor-
dil g to lesu .-t  in   hotel   or villi-.     A
doctor in attendance.
For further partiuularH apply to
Harry Mcintosh, ProprieLor
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS.
Balmoral Hotel.
Visitors  to  Fergus ui  may rely upon  the very hest of
accommodation  at this well-known hotel.   Rooms are
well  furiiiahed thioughout.    The  Bar is stocked wilh
s choice assortment of palatable quenchers.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
When looking for a placs to spend
your holidays, bear in mind
that  Trout   Luke   is   an
ideal   Hummer   resort.       The
ICenerv and climate are magnificent
time:  table
S.S. ARCrtLP or S.S. LARDIiAU.
Ituumng between Arrowhead, Hc»-
tOB a-.d (jomaplll, coinmeru'ing Octo-
>er Hih, HKJ3, will aail as follows
A-eath«r permiUing.
L'aving Arrow head for H.-aion and
'omm.lix, twice dally—10k and fik.
Leaving Ueaton and Comaplli fur
Arrowhead, twice dally— "il'-k and
i2.4.'.k. Making close connections
srllh ail C. P. K. Sleitiners and trains
The owners reserve the right to
obinge times of sailings without
notice.
Th* empire Lumber Co., Limited.
A
Pointer
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE
Place to Stop at
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
EVIRTTlll,-".    HKW   AMU     ri IIHTCI.AHH   IN   ALL KKBPEOTH
Fire  Proof Safe
The Louse U itock-d with me Hn.il wins. «_d Clfam on tha msrkai.
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
1*. Under lUe _:i.e Mai.ac---nei.L
WHEN IN ROSSLAND.
Davis f__ Loder
Props.
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin   Board, Wori. a
Mining News.
E. L. MORAND, - PROP.
E. R. VIPOND
TrouL Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A 6I_.IAI.TY.
Stables tt Trout Lake.
■  3B
Irj • *£      *
t  ** S
.                                         a.       *■
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   __
'
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
A*
—E
TROUT LA
CITY
THK RE hare been fnrtunei
made l>y judicious invest-
iiu'iit in Kf.il Eatata, and
more fnrtuncs will be madr than
aver the n**xt two or three Tears.
The mie wrlm rsapa tlie linrreet is
tlie original in»»int(>r, for he haa
his iiimiev mi a certainty.
N.iw let u« point >>nt to vou that
there i* ii" Iwttrr ipot ..u lhe Con*
t.ii.'iit io l.iiv Heiil Kstate than
TROUT I.AKE.
TPOUt Lake ll the prettiest sp.ii
iii the K.M.ti'iiiiys; an a pleasure
resort it ha-* ii ' equal, Boating
and lishii.R limy In- Indulged in
t!ie Tear round I while bljj ^hmo
in n'.i11-.l.u.i •■ in to tho 'ouinl on
the hills. Its cliniHte is inperb,
there luitig no Kf'Sit I'llrcincH, it
being mild in winter and OOOl in
snmitier. It can h- n"l of a -in.' of
'he fineat lintels and residenceg in
British Columbia. Its streets are
well laid out and graded, There
are two excellent eoeral stores,
an.) a glance at the advertisement!
in tine journal   will  show that all
trades are fairly well represented.
Write  with conlideiico to Agents.
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
• €»«
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.   ::   ::
Then call on
or   write  to
• ki
Ik
4£
M
IT 1ms never had a *' boom "—Its
(jr.,win has heen steady. It is
the load (I navigation, and
(he terminal oi the Lardo branch
of the C P.R, All roadi (in the
I.au'eaii) lead to Trout Lake. It
Ih iIh> commercial centre of Ihe
richest min, ral district on the
continent, and lias 1.unking facilities provided I.y the Imperial
I'm... of Canada ; first-dims School
accommodation under ihe diiec-
ti..n . I B. SI,aim.in. HA ; a good
wnter system ; government ..ftVes;
Count) Court sittings; Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican churches
and ciHsge hospital.
1 h.re ara valuable rnnch lands
on the nntskirli awaitiuc eettlrrs.
Its lumber resouices are magnifl
cent, and a hand saw mill with a
capsritj of 60,000 ft ner day Is at
the head ..f the lake. The mines
tributary are proving out bigger
producers every year, with new
prospects opening Up rich bodies of
ore.
There will l.e a big rush this
Veil , so if yon would know
more, write at once to tiitlu-r of
the ngi'M* at the addresses l.elow.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
^
^muiiumtuiUiUiamuiiUUiiUiUUiMtUtuuiUiiUiUuiuiiUtuaiUiiuuiiuuiiu ^oj^^g oj^gvery description wiil bs faithfully executed at the Review JoSj Dent
- — ——_____ .—__..._  . ... r»v«
Ferguson
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfli,.
m
w
SS . wkMi V-...'..■■■•■" .
I
r.i.itnu'ts anlered into for packing ol Mining Supplies, etc.
t<. hip' point in Hie district.
Hood, promptsorvtce, anil nny work undnrtakon guaranteed
satis faciuiy.
S. DANEY, Prop. -  Ferguson
W.   Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
LEGAL.
. R E D C. ELLIOTT,
BAKRI8TER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, B. 0.      and Ferguson
eO. -  i- Q»OOGi£ a i -i.v U I; O I :: • ; -«-  - <=<v, ■
r____,..TT__T -...---.__ ;-;;    ■■**••.,
City Drug Store ;
I lllll  . I > I >  I  l."'l< t   l> \- Ll, ... "'.»*Jl
QSO, B, .M.'C.lrtir, J    A. lUrvrv
A.M. I'INKIIAM
HARVEY  McGARTER i PINK.HHAM
SOLICITOUS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE. B.  C
j Molleltora ior Imparls I Hunk of Canada,
W. I. BRIGG8        J. M. SCOTT, ll.s.
Scott & Briggs
Unrristers an.l Bolieilors
PROPRIETARY
MEDICINES
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
Ill
0
a
Bohoo] Supplies.
Toili-t Artioles
Eta '
BTRICTLY0A8H
A FULL LINK QF CHOICE BTATJONERY     L
>«. « »-4» IU ij-iOHij: ti,.... is Q .^rri* _» .tsO**-.**
 J)
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Head Office :
TOWNTO.   ONTARIO.
Get a Home
For   Voursclf.
Don't Payment.
i. i        ■
Terms.
Capital Aiithoriie<L $1,000,000
Capital [pai.l up) -   3.50H.nnO
Rest    -        -       - . S.SC1,000
Branches in the Northwest Territories, Provinces ol British Oolumbls, Manitoba,
Ontario an.l Onehee.
T. R. MKKRITT, Presi.lent. D. R. WILKIE, Vice-Pr.'S. an.l Dan. Man.
K. HAY, Assistant den. Manapur.       VV. MOFFAT, Chiel Inspector
Trout,     l..k«.    B.    ('. ilra*>.*>    A    O.n.r.l    lUnklnf    Po.ln...    Transacted
Paviin*s r*»partment—Deposlti received and Interest allowed,
DrnfH *»oM nvnliatile In nil partH ..f Canada.
United State* and Kumpo,
Bpeelal ettenUnn -jli-on It oollertlone and
Mil.ink- n..,,d«.
Solicitors (or Mnlgun's Hank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE.  B.C.
Best Hotel in Town,
T. B. BAKER,
rtsaaccr
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Pro 'incitt! La nil Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveyed
and Crown Qrants Obtained
ALEX.   CBAWFORD
THE    PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Puck and Cartage Horse-1 Always ,'..r Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
WOOD     VALLANCE     HARD-  Daily stage leaves   Beaton nt 12 oYlork for Trout Lake Ferjrtison and Csmhorn*
WA-1E CO- LTD- Leaves Ferguson, via Trout l.ak.- for Beaton at " a.m.
™    • -■ Branch Stables at Tronl Lake. Beaton, Ferguson and Ciinib«me
\St  '   :!_*=
RESERVE,
RIGHT OF WAV FOR   railways,
ETC.
Notice is hereby given that sll Crown
lim.i~ along tin' located lines if any rail-
way, power, or tramway company, Incorporated under authority i,f the
legislature ol this Province, ami having  a width   of  tiiiv     "...    feet 00 each
►id.'of said lines, are reserved forrjfihl
of way purposes lor inch mil way, pd*'6r
01 traina-av conipsnv.
\V. 9. GORE.
Peiinty Com, of Lands nnd Works.
Lands .<i works l»»pt.
Victoria B.C . 3rd Oct., l'.'OS.
HeadQoarlers for Minini and Co
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE
'IRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PBOPRIETGR
Residence—Next Record (ifflce.
Trout Lake, ll C
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   I   O.O.F.
NO. 41
__tSS-*Atv K'lfiilar im-itlnifK held It.
VT*SK;__SX      .'-I lf.n..»'«   Mall   every
W%^k'_-SW        rn.-l...   nl.lit  at    s
^_J^_._£xf     oVi.-k     Vi.uing  droth-
-uLC3"   siseordlalljrwsleoos
0. Jaeoteon, N. 0,; a. w. Kdta, it a im****
lhe Lardeau Brewing
Company
Hardware, Miners' Supplies, 6toves
and Ranges.
NELSON, B.C.
NOTI.E TO CO-OWNKRS.
To James (iriint, or to whomsoever be
may have transferred his interest in
the Cromwell mini ral claim.
Take notice that we, the undersigned
pO-owners with you in the Cromwell
mineral claim, situate on head of Brown
rreek, in Trout Lake mining division of
W. Kootenay, have performed the nee-
fssary work and made the necessary expenditure on above-mentioned claim
lor tbe years 1904-1906, in order to hold
the same nnder section 24 of the Mineral Act, and the year for which sai.l
work was performed having expired, we
hereby give you notice that it within 90
days from the first publication hereof
yon fail or refuse tocnntribiite your pro-
oortionate share of such expenditure
and pay the cost of this advertisement
your interest in the said mineral olaim
will liecorrie the property of the undersigned under and by virtue o' section 4
of the Mineral Art Amendment Act,
1900.
Dated this 18th dav  of October, a.i».
1905. E. M. MbMAH   /
19oct    A. W. Smith      -CeOivners.
S. J.  (i.AHAM     |
j       OK      «
| Barber Sbop
2  FOB A	
(loud Shave or Hair Cut     .
— CALL OS	
William Schnell, ■
KERGl.ON.
7        Hot and Cold Baths
_fr<* 5>^>_«-C5-^*_=*t*_>*J* S_-a_
TU8CAN   LODGE,
No89.
A.F. & A.M.
3rd   Thursday each
month.
Visitors Welcome
i.   For.i.ited.Sec.  H. McPherson. W. M.
Lager Beer
and Porter.
Draft (8. Bottled.
BULBS
Atv.iui.lati'.,       .... Auditor.
J.O. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
Outside company*'   interests carefully
looked after.
Asent for Uourlav's PJam.s
:BULBS
H. N. Coursier
REVELSTOKE, Ii. C.
FIRE    IN 8 U I. A N C E
LOSSES   PAID   PROMPTLY
".'rite for Kates.
Starfteg__s Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS in ,)utte.
Eggs, OhMM, Prodnce and Fruit
Houston Bk., I,    phine St. Nelson, R.C.
Revelsto   e Assessment
District.
Take Notice that I (ball bold a
Court ol Revision and Appeal.
under the " Assessment Aot. 1903,"
/or the Revelstoke Assessment District, on Monday, *he 27th day of
November, 11105, at the hour of 11
o'clock in the forenoon, nt tlie
Court House, Revelstoke.
Dated   at   Revelstoke  this 23rd
dav of October, 1905.
C. M. FIELD.
Judge of the Court  of Revisioi
and   Appeal,   Uevelstoke   Assess
ment District of West Kootenay.
Imperial
Barber Shop.
For Goo,] llain-uitiiig and
Bbavlng go i"
G. A. CHEESEMAN
TK017T LA KB CITY
Hot  _i<y.  Cold  Baths.
BULBS
A. G. FRASER, 2g*w»
BULBS =
V.M. Westfall & Co.
=BULBS
Mtmng ItroMi'n,
MInImk l>ni|i#Ttlr»' Hri*)rttrl Ot},
The B C. ASSAY and CHEniCAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
VancocvsB, B. C.
Headquarters tor Assavers, Miriinir and
Mill h.pplves.    Rol» .» «-
 „ . ,iii.er.,.-r ..,-|i»irirn im.
Mini-* ...i.i l*ni*|.. I1» I|.iii»Ii, nn. N<>*_, I
Ulnln*/Pm~..il- rlte.l Alter fi>r No.. Hint-
Mining Properties Loot
aonti,
l/Hr.li-nii    t.,.i|i|i
llee.>rlhi_0|H,.t,
Trout Lake, B. 0,
Hssaping
Mill rfup,^'    Solea-ge",,,; fa'O.fer
V  Rb'e Co.,  Rat.er.ea. £*«
*   Hrsun _ On '» P...... n_[
Morgs . _-—.«.» v^..., uatiersea, England ; F. W. iirH.iu 4 Co.'s Patent Cary
Furnares, Bnrners, etc, : Win. Ain's
sort!. A Qp.'s; Fine Balances, etc, etc.
•Job! or Hiher	
Gold and silver...
Silver and Lead,,,'
'Copper	
Zinc	
■   I      I     .!■■      ■
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAUVU h "
TROUT LAKK' I■.(:.
.. /../
...$1 50
...|i00'
•.. 2 50
..   I oo!
$) 50
Bar well Supplied with Liquors A Cig.ra
jP*Burns&Co|F.B. Wells
Mill...  Ii       ...
3   SHANNON, ^ssayer
F^iRacso^ q.
q Maddea & Levesque
Props
WIOLEBALE ;anp   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
"-♦'"^i" .ill kinds ofFniHh M„;ll
•r*OtTTLAKE,B*0
REVELSTOKE, D. 0,
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH    PMCIiS   l>A ID

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