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Array ' " l*0*mKA"
MAR 6-1906
Has a larger circulation than an**
Newspaper in N.
Kootenay. Best advertising  medium.
Laritcit
mingR
ST*
rcsentntive
TTHhe rich Lardeau
conn try. Sent to
nny address for 12
per an. in advance.
VOL. a
TROUT LAKE-: CITY, B.C., March I, iqo6.
No. is
Somewhat
Vague.
TAl.lv OK NEW COMPANY TO
OPERATE IN THE
LARDEAU.
NELSON MEN  REPORTED TO
BE AT BACK OF
PROJECT.
An important move ha*
made  in  Nelaon  looklug to   the
mining activity   In  tb<
district.    A  syndicate ol Nelson
men lias been formed  t.> develop
the Majestic mine, says the Nelson
llriilv    N6WS      While   BlOSt >'f   the
capital "ill '"' found locally,
Oregou and Western Washington
people  will   also    be   int. r
Dirty
Ni t   being able  to  down   t he
Umi. ( hi.'f Commissioner ..5 Public
Works in nny other way, the Van
oouver World is now having him
Bred oul  by  his own party,    [n
their issue "f 23rd ult, they    ij :
" li i:- said tbat Chief Commi
er Green  lias lieen, ..r is i . In'.
round  robined,"   and ;i   demand
rn ' I ■ i .i' bit  i ■ lignation. etc
by Conservative members,    1.
is ho, and  it  li.ust he so a   the
World k._\s it, we cMii!,..' ii.
Lardeau stand why the lion.  Bob does nol
di        In- is told.    We   known   him
i" ii'- .i  man  win. is pretty   tub
born, hut  we think if th.' World
would approach him easy and tell
what u ni."  premier the Hon. Jas
Alexander would make and what
n  i'n,"  ii n.ii it-sioner John I
Tin'   Majestic   say the News,   is would  be, tlmt  he would gii
between the Silver Cup and I
well mines, across the dividi
the Eva.   It wn-  prospected and
partly developed  many years ago
mnl linn lain idle sinoe, wai Ing
f ,   capital     There it* good   ore
gtckfld   at   lbs   mine   that may b<
shipped at any  time    Tl re ir-
niainly silver-lead  of high-grade,
audit also carries good values in
gold    It  i» understood to he the
lion   of   tin'   nieiiibers of   tin*
I.,■« syndicate to organise a company as  noon   us   possible and be
ready 11 begUi aotiva development
early >n tbe spring     Tbe move is
..ii to  prove  a great stimulus
»,.  minil ••  mi tin*  Laril.'.ii   '.Mn i<
ly   many   claim   owner*) ure
proceeding with development under difficulties.
[The above report in tbe News is
so vague tbat ive would   like our
readers to eocepl it with all reserve. The locution of tin* pro
perty under notloe might I" any*
w!ii re within a radius of Urn
miles, for as the crow flies tbe
Eva is some .M| mil
from the Bilvei Cup It i.nisl
be distinctly understood tbat we
do not wish to knock in 13
uiii.' oompany in   I  rvonic
., but the  Lardeau bs
k badly wild. an. >1 with phantom El Dorado, iu tbe past tbat
we feel it our duty to examine
..ui !_'<ns at tbe fir- il   the
enemy, an.l at the same it might
indues those al the back of the
project to declare themselves
inor.' explicitly.]
We notice quite a movement in
the shares ol the " Lardetu  Mines,
Ltd." We hav.- made some inquiries and Iiml that thin are
sous unsatisfied judgments f »i
wage claimi against thin company.
Thu writs of execution wcr- returned by the deputy sheriff en*
dorsad to the i I,, rt tbat the secretary nf tin- company had stated
tint the company did not own
any property.
The company at onr inii' .
IQtni mineral claims in the i.n
dean Mining Division, which pro*
pertyisoow, however, owned by
K. M, Klnncar. t* a would warn
our traders against purchasing
tins stock before making strict enquiry.
.'"red. Fraser, gold commissioner,
ol Revels'oke, aocompanied by
Mrs. Fraser, came in on Wednesday night, and an the guosts of
Mr, und Mrs. A. M. Craig.
•lack Staubcr c.-nne in from u
hunting trip during tin- week. He
left again the following day.
Trout  Lake vs. Ferguson at the
Hkaling Kink Saturday night.
his | usision without any hesil
i- would have
nothing   to   say   about   it.     The
World could do  il ,.1,  . ■-■
(Jo to it, World ; only next
time make it a swallow instead of
n " robin "—it's .asier to get down.
'I'h.' World is going tin' limit in
■ is endeavors to knock the C
vaine Government Notwithstanding tl..' announcements made
by it at differcul time* tiu»t the
gi v riiinciit was on the eve of dissolution, the ...-t \"t.' .'li a straight
i..i' p. diviiion wai -- to 14.   This
vol.- was on tbe famous school act
iira.1 r thi  Kaien Island
r'i -!•.." the World takes a jn si-
tiou that u  schoolboy  would  be
• .1  of.     '.t places iti*-* value
of   the  property   in   questiou   at
It ...I the
>. T.P. si,.ml.1  bave paid tl
it.    I' must  h. the impn •-
slon that tbe l'roviuciiil GoV< rn-
ineiii controls thi »■ I P. and that
there war- in. oth i i  for a terminal. We would ask the World
if it should want to buy a few lots
on the islam! if they would want
I,. j iy ti..- pi -.it valuati in '>r the
valuation 10 years i.
ing io their reasoning thi G i 1'
townsite    manager   would   he  a
hriodlrr if b>' -old to day at $60
per lot when it would in a lew
year- h* worth (5000 ; er lot. They
also forget lu state that the ::■ vern*
mint reserve for their profit one*
quarter of all lands transferred
which will in lt«eU return mon
than the World's offset price of
two and half million dollars.
I ' clovi n hoof is shown in
lb ir editorial of 28rd ult. (semi*
weekly), when it practically crowB
over the reported news thai the
wh..).' .!■.'.!  i- thrown up by tic
(i T.P. and   that   no  Imil.ling will
l.e done in 1> i'. f-r some yeat      I
Calls thi- ii' «'. " silver li' .. ^ I"
ibe cloud." They are pleased hy
th, ri port that thegreal line which
promises s > much tor our provinee
is to be delayed fer years so that
they can gei a body blow in on
their political oppom i U and have
revert hack a few acres of land ut-
H'llv worthless unless   buiit Up by
,1. brains and energy of other
The K.iien Island has
been sold for what it in worth today, not its probable worth v ai's
hence, and we trust thc Q.T.P.
Ira,ns will be pulling int.. a big
City there live years hen.'" hrillg-
in_ population and Capital into
o ir province.
Punk Stewart nine in from the
Landing y.sterdav. lie has join..!
the mill force here.
Jim Scott leaves for Edmonton
on .Monday.
WiMM$M$MW<W<^XMyfriMt.<to
Local and General.
Engineer Jacobs of the s.s.
Procter met with a painful acoil
di ni   Monday,   losing   pa _ of a
linger.    Dr. Robinson of Ferguson
I lhe wound.
.1. S. Carter, lhe genial district
I assenger agent ..f the C.P.R .paid
a visit durina the wi i,r.
Rev. Mr. Sutherland, of Revel*'
si..ke. preached  in  tbe  Metbodisi
church last Sunday.
Tne scribe paid a Visit to Camborne last week and found business
in that particular part of God's
country in good tdiape. Jim Lind-
sley, Dave Orr, Bob Qunn and
Frank Abey are nil elated over
their prospects for the coming
year. Brer Northey is talking of
putting in a big cylinder presqai d
linotype machine. The Eva
people are propoi ni: attentive development and a doul ling up ol
their stamp battery. Tne Silver
Dollar and Mammoth people are
making good headway and will
employ a large force. The logging
industry is booming and creates a
large amount of business,   (Into
:;;'s   A!,na    Th M   returned^,, boys, the  Review says nothing
::    elstoke   last   Saturday^i„ (00 good for you.
■  -he bar- been   rusticating for
Pilot Bay
Output.
SMELTER   NOW    TREATING
ONE HUNDRED TONS
(IRE A DAV.
Loca
Mining.
NEW PROCESS FOR SKl'A RATING    IRON    FROM
OTHKR ORLS.
Mrs. A. V. Craig \ ai 1 a i isit to
Ueaton during the week,
The Anglican church choir, under th" leadership .>f Mrs. 0. II.
N.   Wilkie,  are  ge ting  up  sun."
line musie fur Faster service-.
Tl.e   Victoria   and   Van.
Hoards of Trades   ;lre   taking  up
the matter of th"  A .v K. Charter
extension,and have written to the
s<crciarv ..f the Trades Committee
ling it. We are going to
have that road buiit or the charter
• ancelled.
Gourlay Pianos are high priced,
but worth their prico. "What if a
Gourlay piano does co6t a few dollars more ? Vou get your money's
worth You obtain it in extra
durability—years more of servie.
provided for by tbe costliness of
its construction ; and you obtain
it in its daily use—vour delight
and pleasure in its exceptional
tonal beauty. We want you to
see a Gourlay.
St. Patrick's night a grand Iris!
entertainment will be given in
the Oddfellow's ball by the ladies'
aid society of the Catholic church.
The proceeds of the entertainment
Doc. Robinson (Dad) is weartngH1 be f,evoted to the  bl,ildin*
-   broad aa a crosscut sat*   f«nd of the new chorch.   The pro-
He-,- days.   It's all right,  Doc: :;rara wil1 conslbt of Irish so"^
hut don't  let him practice bi .'key
too soon.
The  Vane >uv*t  World  r ■
that the G.T.P. would not build for
Some I     e.   and   tbat   the II.ui. R.
!•'. Grei n would he as*1 .'■! to i
Roth   ' oanated  from   the   Bame
; nil"   brain   oi    the
editor.
and recitations, and a special fare.
entitled  "Betsy   Raker," by Jno.
rti.   Morton.      This   is  extremely
"nnny   and   will   cause   Tcrtrs   of
laughter. All tho best local talent
aremaking preparations to ensure
tbe success of the entertainml nt.
Sam Sutherland, "i Ferguson,
left for the louth on a business
trip Monday.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
THIS is hardly the time to start
out on your Blimmer vacation,
hut wc want you to consider tbe
LARDE
It is the place where nature can
he seen in all its grandeur and
magnificence. Its lakes, rivers ami
mountain streams are tilled witb
the finny tribe, and disciples ..i
Ike Walton an- in their glory. W V
It is a resort entirely free from th"
mosquito pest, ty t# M V trl ty 10
For information, write to the Secretary of Trades Committee or to
the Ritvirw.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
m
,,- ■
OF INTEREST TO THOSE
WATCHING THK l'ROORF.ss
AND DEVELOPMENT OF
THE RICHEST MINERAL
SECTION OFTIIE PROVINCE
Excel'en I p'ogress *ib being mad.
at tbe Pilot Bay smelter by the
Canadian metal company. So far
the work done is mainly lead separation on the ores of the Dim
Bell mine.
0. 0. Buchanan, lead bounty
commissioner, says that the work
at Pilot Bay ir- ihe most important
an.l interesting of ali recent de-
velopiuents in the miningindustrj
in the Ki uteniiyi*. lie considers
'.bat U.e volume oi the work ai.d
its value are at east equal to what
is being accomplished at the Sullivan   iini,.   a. d '.he  Marysvilli
smelter.
C. Femau, interviewed on thi
subject, s. li that the product ol
the sine ler is. now about ID) torn
of lead concentrates a day, averaging about 7S per cent. Improvements are being madi- constantly
and tbe output will probably bt
in creased in the early future. A
very interesting feature of thi
work is a new piocess adopted b\
Mr. Fernau for separating iron
from other ores. It is somewhai
simpler than the Ding manhim
ui-ed in G. Alexander, separate)
at Kaslo, and is believed to hi
equally efficient.
In the Ding process iron is ex
ted trom the stream of on
flowing down the table by a wheei
with attached bars magnetised bj
an e ceirie current, revolving rap
idly in-; above the table. Particle*
of iron arc attracted to the bar.-
and deposiie.l at the Bide when
the  magnetic   current  ,\w<   nol
operate.
Mr. Fi man's arrangement sub
s itutes oil- of magnetized wir>
along the sides of thu table for tbi
revolving wheel. As the pulverized ore runs down lhe table thi
iron in it is drawn lo the sides,
while the other ore, lead or zinc,
>;,.. E down the centre.
In reply to a question as to the
source of bis ore supply, Mr.
Fernau said that he was prepared
now to receive custom ore for
treatment, and bad already received small quantities,  but that
he  smelter   was  running chiefly
ui Blue Bell ore.
It is reported on good authority
that the Oreat Northern Mines Co.
owning the Oyster-Criterion of
Camborne, and Lucky Jack and
Swede groups at Poplar, are now
in possession of ampin capital to
push work systematically. The
news is good, and will be received
joyously'by both Poplaritea and
Gambornites.
The properties are of merit but
need money to open them up, increase the capacity of the Oyster
mill and install another at Poplar.
Wh.n this is done and r>| (.-rations
carried on judiciously and economically we have no doubt as to the
future dividend-paying ability of
the company.
Tbe Laclede Mining Co., operating tbe Mother Lode of Poplar, is
netting in shape to resume active
operations at an early date.
The ground between the 700 ft.
level and the 300 foot level in the
Sliver Cup is being thoroughly developed and ore blocked out. It
has been demonstrated that the
• ne bodies are continuous and permanent throughout the whole distance with the exception of ubotu
■)0 teet. The _rade is even better
than that ah ive the 300 feet level.
Only wbal i re is met with in de-
velnpment is being sh'pped, it
being the policy ol the management i ait and thoroughly
open up the ore reserves.
We are pleasi .1 to note that the
•...wn band is making good progress
under lhe present nmnaBomcnt.
Several new members have joined
of late ainl the members are prac-
assiduou'sly. The band in
now under the capable leadership
of I. M. Brown.
Trout Lake is becoming ri nown*
ed through the product oi the
Lardeau  Brewing Co.   Wherover
yotl   go   the   answer   to   the query
" What'll   vou   have '.' " is  always
• Troul Lake i orter !
COMPANIES  APPEAL.
It. M. Macdonald is in Rossland
Bays the News, appearing for the
attorney general to oppose tbe
appeal of the Lo Roi and Canadian
Consolidated Mining companies
from the recent decision of magis
irate W. J. Nelson, imposing fines
for infractions of the 8-Hour Law
The law makes it a criminal
offence for any person or ct rp..ration to " induce or persuade " any
one to work in a mine more than
eight hours a day. The appeal is
taken   on   the    purely   technical
Billy Boyd and Dave McLennan ground that the fact that men did
of Beaton are both  doing a boom-ww* longer than  eight hours, the
ing business, and claim  that burg on*y  evidence  adduced was nol
lathe busiest camp in ihe country, sufficient ground for the finding cf
  the  magistrate   that  they  were
Lest we forget I    The A. & K. " induced or persuaded " to do so,
Charter  extension  is not yet re- The appeal, by a stated case will
fused       Don'l   let   upon  the pro- he   hear,I   in    Rossland   bv   Mr.
position.
Dad  Black   returned from Halcyon Hot Springs Tuesday.
he   hear.I    in
Justice Duff.
When   IS   the   Ladies'    lloek.y
Match for the cup coming off '.'
COMPARISONS.
The VauCOUver World says the
Indians made a better ha.gain in
selliig their land to the Grand
Trunk Pacific than the Government. The Indians got $7."x) per
acre for their lauds after the ter
minal point had been settled, reserving none. The government
got $1, retaining 2,600 acres.
'i in- World also states positively
that   the   land  is worth now Jl'oO
..er aci
Indians    sold     14,000
acres at $7 50	
1105,000.00
Uovt. sold 10,000«
atll	
Ki.000.00
Reserve 2,800 acres at
$250	
825,000.00
World's valuation....
885,000.00
Balance   in   favor of
Govt deal a.'cording
to World's figures ..
$r>3o,(w.oo
The mill company are shipping
another bar." of lumber, about
250,000 feet, thi! week.
The Broadview is getting out ita
usual quantity of ore (two tons per
day). Another crew was added
this week to drive from a lowir
P int in the sbatt to intercept the
ire at a greater depth. It is esti-
nateil that 00 tbe completion of
this drift the output will be Inert i-ed to 4 tons per day.
At a spc..! •• eoting of the
Guinea Gold Mines of B.C. held at
the office of C. A. Cooper, sec.-
treas., St. Clond, Minn., a few days
ago, funds were raised for the
pushing of work during the summer. There is a good amount ol
high grade ore in sight which will
be shipped and the lower levela
developed.
Joe Verschoyle came in from
Beaton last night. Joe is prepar-
ing for a good summer, work on
bis claim.
KEV ELSTOKE ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given, lu nccor-
dance with the statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax. and all assessed Taxes and Inconi*. Tax, as-
li ned and levied under the Assessment Act and amendments, are
now due and payable for the year,
All taxes collectible for the Rev-
elstoke Assessment District nre due
and p "ai.'e ai my office, situate
at the Court House, Revelstoke,
R.C This notice in terms of law-
is equivalent to a personal demand
by me to all personi liable f, r
taxes.
Dated at Revelstoke, B.C., this
'22nd dav of January. 1908.
IKED   FRABEB,
Deputv Assessor and Collector,
gevelstoko AsneSi-iiiLiu Lioij.t.
The representat
of the rich Lardel
country.     Sent
any address for I
per an. in advaiKJ
No.
•.;;
al and General.
Hrethcivey, who  has 1|
ijft (if stalion   agent
$eparturo of I<\  T. Al
l*Ved:nosdny   for    Noll
■h relieved b\ II. J. HiJ
tbo noticed that this ill
,iflt larger (ban our uq
"e hope  our patrons
Mange, which will be
> paper in future.
-all  smiles -is not ij
or Mobbs.of Gerard, ll|
ith   tbo  mill moving
I the  Lennoxville Hi
|;ht in it—fairlv in it.
pubic in Zion city. Doi
ie bounce  and genel
^oliva has got his job.l
ck IV. was successful
us!  Satu.-day on Tr*|
"alter Phelan.
as got in this ws
vegetable and gars
owering bulbs, clol
|and Garden City la
•chdeacon Beer, of Ka
services in the Anglil
St Sunday.   The serv|
fand some exceedii
was rendered.
Ward Crosby gave a
C Methodist church
ight entitled  "Ar
rn B. O. Indians."
illustrated   by lanf
lere was a  very
The rev. gentle!
ucted   services    in |
.church on Sunday.
io have books fronTJ
earnestly reqnesto
n without delay.
ies Committee will:
l nifcht at 8 o'clock^
nee is requested.
, Masterson, Secret
rry. of the Silver
ednesday's   ooat  f|
ay trip.
Parker, inspector
nil measures, is ar]
ual inspection trir.
vesquc is leaving i
■leasure   trip  thi..up
t provinces.
our eye on the Laj
mining deals arol
t tho Provincial I
ting, the Nelson I
t the columns of
o which was nattsd
el-headed reader, J
g us news—and till
manner.
inger and Joe III
i for a day's lislnt
'hey secured soral
non.
rns has   returned
rip ti the coast .ill
Eva ni    has   MOl
so for bis h te] ut',
lnenib  , -   havo
1 the grand opeiiirj
Saturday     Wo
BU"CC8S.
•on began till assfi
he Aurora at   S-M
2f>th   inst,  the
give a basbvt Bal
operations   cont|
3rr   grounds.   A
nude in a few days
/:
successful    dai'
ne  Alexandria
Monday night.
'b__JJiJJ»
;=
ii!tr,"i"„tf"JUi,l,lfgi4"hiiyi"Biiw,,i,._aL;
= SEEDS
'I was ociWfcu ftiAjv uuu •ovw.
I^IHUU VW .CV4.
the uppearance i
j snow roads break ij
-~....j is not all honey thed THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
If I'rlntml nl Trout l.nkorlt.v. i.no I'nlillslii'.'
ni t'erguion mul Trout Lako even Tliuridu;
'I'-i ■ I'', llliii' .liti'^   ii'.l  niiid   111 msi'11 i i'.|i<»n-
llbla.'...' iii.. ..pini.ins of oorreip.mdiiiitiieX'
J.I'lMSt'.l 111   ItS   COllltllllK
All looalu wilt tie I'liin'iri'il nt  the ratu oflS
#"*-iiIw ii.1.- llni», firsl Inst't-t.ioii, ami Id c'.iih |ie,
lllll* t'UI'll HIllMl.'qiHMII   lllKt'l't lllll.
Term! for Transient ami oil.it a lvet-tIstim
will i.e male known on application at oOloe
rKiiiis.rriiilloii fci.uil a v.'.ir. In advance,
Entertainment.
On Thursday, 22nd ult., the
second entertainment in aid of
sidewalks for tho town given bv
the Dramatic Society was held.
In spite of the disappointment of
tiie previous week a large audience
was iii attendance. The j rogram
read as follows :
TLvout Xahc
Matei
Supply (So.
®
©
Hy using Water supplied I y th
Company yu are assured of also
lute purity.   Governmenl Analysis
to hack uji statements. ::::::
Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
0ttoto0Witoto0Witoto
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby Riven that 30 days
alter .late, I Intend to apply to the Hon.
Chief    ('oiniiiissioiior   i.i     l.ainls    nml
Works for a special license to out anil
carry away timber from the following
described lands, situated in West Kootenay dfstrict.
From a post planted at Reldon Daney's
north*wesl corner post marked P. .1.
Devine's north east corner post, thence
u. si 80 ohalns, thence  south so chains,
ti.ei.ee ea-l SO chains, llien.'e noilh 80
elmiiis. to DOlnt of cniimieiiceliiei.t.
p. 1. DEVINE.
Trout Lake, R.C., ,.'..v. 18, lOOG.
Pianoforte Solo -
NOTICE.
»j*. j ii ,'. Notloe is herein- riven that 30 days
.ii..   i,. nm   after date I intend'to apply Vitl life!
Solo,    Queen of the Earth Commissioner ol Lands and Works for
F. K. Groffman  n soecial licence to cutand carry away
Solo, ".My Drearn of You " timber from   the   following dean
rson, Griffith
R. W. EDGE
Painter —.
Decorator.
TROUT    LAKE
li. ('
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
llott
lands situated m  West.Kooteday !'.-•
Coster Song
Duet,
i liet.
Watch-repairing,   etc.
Guaranteed.
All   work
Mr
Wot ther i ."'ii a post planted on the north east
T. H. linker side of lardeau creek about :'.i mile east n_jp-ii_-_.  bi...    m-.«* T.L. n a
"Huntlngtower" trom Half way creek and marled Seldon OOBllDWIl BlflCl,   Tfllflt Mfi.B.O
Miss Hoe and Mr  Atherton IWy. north-west corner r-Mt.ruuniug
I east SO chains, thence Bouth 80 chains,
Quartette    ,lSweel and Low tlioncp'west 80 chain", thence north 80
Mrs. Murray  Mis** Ho*, chains to point of com mei ment.
Messrs (iroffman and (Jheeseman SELDON DANEY.
Solo,   "Sammy'.'    Miss Edwards Trout Lake. B.C.. Nov. 18.1905.
,Solo   "The Anchor's Weigh- d "    i -	
G. Cheeseman
Glee, VO, Who.WJJIO'er the
Downs " Glee Society
S'olo, " Janet's Choice " .Mir--. Hoe
Pianoforte .-.lection - Mr.-. Yars
Solo,   "Old Apple Tree"
Mrs   Fowler
'luN OF an KN.li: A-I'IIOYIV
OIAL cnMI'ANY.
" Companies Act, 1897."
[ hereby certify that the " Chestnut
Hill Minini: rum] an)." "Non-Peraonal
"Turn Him Out,"  a Farce iii one   liability "lias this day been registered I
„„. . a- an Ext _-Provincii ' Company mider
n,e "Companies Act, 1897,"to Barry
Nioodemus Nobbs    J. J. A then it or effect alloranyof ihe objects ol
MaokintoshMoke.G A.CI Beman ^■■^■:»>^»y "•^:';'V1"' W*!*j%?
,. ,      .      ,,      ,   '.       ...   ,,   ,,  . authority of tne Legislature of I riMsli
Kglantuae Roaelea!   -   I.!.. Bab r Columbia extends.
Julia     -    -      Miss J. B. Edwards The head otllce       lhe Compar*,? ia
Susan Mrs Elliott situate  at   Nu.   301   Quiun-Sliarj>le«a
Porters, Messrs Walker and Mills £■!!•■!»A,? ' ',', s,r'" V "f,;,;i V'-V?'
t lulu.lelj.lna in the c innty ot rniladel-
Time, the Present phiaaod Stated Pennsylvania.
!'ln amount of the capital of the Com
Seen? - Koom in Sunflower Lodge  pany Is two hundred thousand dollars,
divided   Into   two   Inn..Ire.1   thousand
The musical portion of  the pr -  shares of one dollar each.
enm   mi     ahlu    „,.,;,„l   ,,„, The   head   office  of   the  Company ill
pram was   abl)    carried out,  al-  (hla Province ia situate at the town ol
though   sonic   of   the   participants   rrout I.ake. ami Thomas E. Ehrehart,
were under a disadvantage owing    ii"" ■•'■,:':'-''r' whof "l''1""* ta tba
i>arae, is the attorney for the Company.
to  had   co'ds.     Mr. T. B.Baker's   Sol empowered to issue and transfer
rendition   .i    "Wot   'Cher"   ...    Ni'.r'k- n ■ • „    ,-    ,  ,
fha  l i nn puny   is    specially   hiiiite.l
served   (he    hearty   appla.isn   hy under section 6»ibf the -ail \i-t.
.. i.ioi,  .i,_ „., ;:„„ ..  -i    ~i  .1 Tiie tune ni tie existence ot the com-
Which  the audience  show,.I tier       ? j, flhy',6ars Ir the Mthdayol
appreciation, and in  response t July, 1904.
il,„ l„,,.l   „..ll„   f ... „.,   „.. . '   "ii'ler  tnv   hn'i'l   and   seal   ol
the loud  calls  foi an encore -    . ■ .,  vic|oria; ,.rm,n,,. ,„• Britiih
the  "Coster's  Courtship"   In    an   Columbia, thia 28th day ot October, one
nsand nine bnn ire I and five.
8. V. VVOOTON,
itrar of Joint -i... I, Companies,.
AH the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at " The
Review." ::::::
Smokers' supplies in
great, variety.
Jones,
Loose   leuf   Binders,   Fine   Job
Printing.
NELSON, B. C.
a r«v "*+     ■*.** m
4&
General
Merchant
3,
Trout Lake
equally effective mannei-
Mis=   Hoc   and   Mr.   Atherton-
item   was   rendered   by special r ta for which thisrorapany is
. ii. ' stablishen and regisi i are:
qu.-t,   and    certainly   i_   a   well-'    To  purchase oi    otherwise   acquire,
merited favorite sbly rendered. ova: lette, occupy, use or develop any
_.      ,      .. lands containing gold, silver, copper,
.or the   hrst   time,   we  had  the load or other minerals:
pleasure   ol   bearing   Mr«    \    N To mine, or otherarise to extract or
.                      , remove, told,   silver,  co->per, lead or
\ ars   at   the   piano,   and to   judgi ,,t|i  r minerals:
frbm the applause that greet   1 her TL'"'V' ■ ell. or otherwise to deal or
. tram     in (rold, silver, copper, lead or
contribution to the  program   it   - ,,ii„.       Inerals and any of tbe products
the  wish   of  Trout   I.ake that WJ "■''"                                      igorpart-
... . lv CO       MilV 111. ll"!.
shall hear  her rendering of mot
on future  occasions.     In re*' on
ta an  appeal  for an  encore Mr-   CANCELLATION OP BE8ERVE
V.irs   gave    " Laughing   Water."
which was a!.-o executed in a de-
li.'ihtful manner.
.   DtSTRK
. ri..,. ii..   n nerva-
wtui puhlUI
Uli H ' I dab i Mil
Trout   Lake   City  Transfer
and Stage Line.
1 Ferguson    1
Trout Lake
Hi
I
Beaton
ylmmWlMMfimmWmmmV
K<V.<tM$MttKVii
tf Daily Stage will
| leave  Ferguson
7 a.m.
| Trout Lake at 6
| BEE
| WOOD   YARD I
ir. ccr.necticn.
'^^^MJA&'^^^'^^^^'t^X4BM^)
NOW
la the lime f»r yon to
to Boy Lots. Never were
the Prospects of Ferguson
SO    hll_llt.
The  Town   ..f  FEBQU80N
will be one of Iho (treatent
Ore 1'rodiirnig lamps in the
World.    The   high   degree  of
sucooos achieved i.y tbe
numerous WEALTHY Hnd
PRACTICAL BRITJ8H aud
ami:itican  minim;
COMPANIB8 now oii-niting
there    -   a   tribute   Ni   tbe
tremeno'UB wealth of the hills
\ \ \ % mj 11
Mrs. Wilki" kindly accom pan it
ni*   ni t iii mil*- oo I'uf'h Ride •>[ 11"
at the piano throughout thei K"* " °*Dym***I
pram in her usual brilliant »en that tbat port  .nofthe|
The   fare.
was .1 treal  Indt   I.   M r
and Mi „ Edwards  worked In  •..•-
..ii.s, j.iin.ir.i     «oik..| in   ,..        „     -  n     r   ..
feet    BViniiilli v    lliroii'riii.nl    ll.„ linn from th«
uli   sjinj.auii   iiiroivi.'.ut   men  ,,. „  ,.,,,.
tl'oilb'es and triilw       I    I    ■     Kin,      '' pre*m|il
mo.i    an.i ir.ai-.    ,i. j.  ,.    .M"
ileum- ww " It  "     nn  mnn nan 1  ,   ''"'!  N,':  »n and ol
aemuswaa    a      no more can I .... ,.,,„,,.,.,, ,,,„, ,,„. ,
ration, nullce of wblch wm publlibed In !
''   'I'lirn      Iln,,     Iln.   II    "•''   H ■'   •    'li/'ll.' Iiml   dill.
""   "u •     i  -'  . nverlna « '•   I "' ■"''', ' «teudl i    I   I
r 11 i 11 ■ ■
Although ho   i
■aid.
upset Mr.  Moke with com] aratiye
ease, from  bis song  we gat her I   i
" Tnii.'S n lot to up   I   i. •..."    Mr.
T. ;'.   linker  as the ardent swai .
and Mr. Cheeaeioan  i
wn.r.giil husband, both maintain*d
their parts wilh great   vigor.    Tl
]wrf..rmaiiee   reflects   the   higl
credit Opon tbe I'ran iy
Many   thanks  are  due to I
who .rue  m gem rously of theii
time in  the  preparation not only
of the program bul also of the h
which resulted   In such   n   >.
equipped   and   effeotit Btitd
stagOi
We look forward with pleasur ■
to the n.   • : .ii when ire shrtll
be privileged   to be present at a
similar i m. rtainment.
'■ Okk who was Tiii'hk."
Service in tl.e Metfaodisl Churoli
Sunday morning conducted bv Mr
Mover, end iii the-evening by the
pastor.
w. s. <;..iir:.
I'iii' "in r ..f I.hii.Ih A Wi.rku,
. WmK* I'.'i'.iiiment,
.:'.  II..., lUt AllKUHl.l'
v/antto S_;.L
i want to UUY
,£.   you.
H ff     you.
" pond v. it!, tl.e
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
We I av ■ • A."r.i < .'mil Proper-
■ill   M llii'll   L"' I .
. aa l.e had,
Lardeau Mine*; Exchange,
" hem 'iv " Building.
■ Lake, B.O.
i
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated  Brands  of   Ham, Bacon
and EggSi
NELSON,       -        *       B, C
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
Lennoxville
^=— Hotel,
E. MOB3S. PROP-
Hotel and
General Store
Maple
Leaf
l-Uibbers
Styles to
cover    every
11 e e .1  f r o m
!ii." city war
Best
to     lumbermen's or min-
to
. rs' f.nitw.ar.
Sell
'1 hey nre all
just an honest
as the emblem
signifies.
Best
to
J, LgcRig Go
Buy
Limited
Vancouver(
ll. 0.
Best
Belling
to
Agents,
Wear
i ■iwni**eniw i   i     mmmmmmmmmmm
OERARD
D. C
The BEST Always !
IN KINK SHOES !
MINING BHOE8 !
S1IOK PACKS !
KI Ml I! KI!S   and
0VER8H0I S!
(IKKMAN   SOCKS!
l«wli«i v... win K.'tif rondo fmtbuflnj
ll'lllillB.    NO don't full,'.',    vr In .. wui '    ',' Jlir-
iiiii c iii th^ way .a i.mi». i.r in in lou un, .a
drill' ii Iln.-.
Ti BOT&T M STORH
Nelson, It. C.
R.    ANDREW    A    CO.
Mail order*! cur'fully and   |*romntlji
attended to.   Agent for Muter ami net*
llelull Sh '
A. B. II KV LAN I).
I'uoviM iai. i.and soavi i 01
Mineral Ulnlmo Surveyed
POI'LAH, KASLO.
FERGUSON
Public Sell-nil, Hospital, ami
oiler iostitationa. Exoelleni
Waterworks system. Streets,
Store* ami BeeidenoM illn-
inuied hy Kleciririiv.    Daily
mall berviee. Tba towMite
i*. admirably laid out.   Get in
NOW nu the ground floor.
I."t-  can   now   oe   |iurcha*nil
mon
$75
i TOWNS 1 Iii AOfiNT M
| HENRY FLOYD %
Rf.VI.KSTOKB, B. C.
_,•*_'!
a
^MHUaOfiiSim
0«M*»_ftCKKKIOOO-Ot>«»<>€_ />0>C»-C»»-» W^y
Ubc Ibotcl Beaton
BEAION. u.c.
'1SITOR8 i«rri\ iriK lit Itentnn (the threshold >.f the lunlomi)
i in Arrowhsad, will find this ll'»i»l to bs fully eqninpr.l
for high*ela*s trade.   Kzcellenl tocotntnodation.    A well
appointed and Spaeiniia diniag   hall.     The hem <A Winrn.Sphit*
nml ('i(!nre.   Personal mix i vision is given t.. the ri.|iiir*.»iieiiir, ol
pati  VI  tors to tha Lardeau can rely on comfort at this hoteli
0
V
D
0
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
«w<*_*<*©*<SHc_«»e»
E»«»i
•
i ■II
L/ttOQjm^i
Thn new Maple Lcof samples Itioiudo
models lor French, Cuban and Military
heels. Thev are a little neater and
daintier than you ever Imagined Rubber
Footwear could bo made.
[j^Ask your dealer for tho
Maple   Leaf  Brand.
They cost no nunc than the ordinary makes
J.   LACKS  &.  Co.,   L_d.,
Vine '..■   Soiling Agenti
Legal Notices.
CtHTIKICATES  OK   IMI'ItnVKMl Nl.
.NOTICK
Golden I'liett No. 1!.,  Golden Olie«t Nn.
2 Fraction, ami Udie mineral. lai ma
iltnaU in i!i» rrout l.ak.. y.;ning Divi
ilon of Went Kootenay diitricl
U'h.T..  located:  One and   .,np half
inilea  tonth'WWt   from    the   town    of
Poplar, It. C
Take ii'.ii.-o that I, John Keen, free
miner'-, certificate .v.. B83.33.S, intend
Sixty itiivs line. 'In:.- he..'.if. ... apply to
the Mining Recorder lor CerliflcateB ol
(mprovements fnr the purpose of oblain-
int rr.uvti irrnnta nf tie- above claims.
And further take notice that action
■ndor lection 37 musl h" commenced
hefor.. tl.e issuance "f inch certificate ol
Improri inii Dated ths Slit dav ol
Ociot.ar. A. 1)., 1006
N«v 205 JOHN KB1 S*.
NOTICE.
C pper Qneen mineral claim, iituate
i , -.I..- mining division .■(
Weil K" itenay diatrict.
Where local. !; On Silver Cup moun-
iboui 11*  mill -  h "in "-.iver Cup
■
notice iim! 1. Frederick Charles
Elliott,  l  M.C.  No   B88042, ad as ai
ior Charles  L. Copp, KM C  No
Charles   McNicholl,   KM.C.
I   and   John   W.  vV
I mc s '. I'.'n!'.'.!, intend, i-ixtv 'a. -
(mn. !:•• date hereof, !•> apply to the
rder ■ Certificate  ol
Jin,f..      ■ ■-. Ior ihe  purpose
tin.ii..; .   Crown Grant "f tin*  above
claim
ik      itl    that ai lion,
iiinler -.•• ■       • ba.com
(N'.',.re il.r '>ri;:iii»tc ..f lin-
i
SOT1GE.
Tom Edwards mineral claim, iii  ate
in the 'I r.eit Lake Mining  Divii i
IVeut Kootenay dial ri;t,
Where located ; On Silver Cuf) mountain, abont 1^ miles from Bilver Cop
mine.
Take notice that I, Frederick Charier-
Elliott, F.M.C.  No.   B88042, a
acent (■..-  John VV.   Weatfall,  F.   .('
So, r.-'.i'i, intend,   sixty   dayi from
the     'iale     I,.'rent,    to    apply    lo     the
Mining  Recordei   for   a Certificate ol
Improvements,  fnr  ihe purpose b
tabling  a Crown  (Irant ol  lie-
claim.
Ami further  take notice thai action
under lection 'i~, musl becommenc. \
bsfors the [nuance ol   ich Ceri
nf I mprovera
I'ati* I thii llth day ol An*'.. *.,n 1905,
18--8-05
.Villi K TO  Dgl.IJ.tJ._K_r (XMJWNBIW
Wi  n looking lot a placs to, spend
your holiday*., hear m mind
thai   Trout   I.ake   is   an
■ il   summer   resort.      The
sc i .ry and climate are magnificent
Po .tain."-  (i-aiit,   I!,   ii. Marl end and
'aim -  Bouchier, or to   whomsoever
they mav have tranaferred their interest in tbi       • laim.
Take notice that  I, the nnd. t
...-owner with you in  the Slate mineral
rlalm iltuate on South aide nf Lardeau
river between Rapi I and  Poplar i
in the Tro.it   l.nke   Mining   Diviiion ol
'■•'-'   K.i'ii.'n.i; ..-  performed !:.•.■
.ry w..rk ami made tii" necMari
expenditure on  the above  nieiii
■ ; the rears 1904 and l«06. in
order to hold tne aama un li    -■ 1!
..! the Mineral Act. an.! the yean for
which (aid workwai peril nued and expenditure made having expired, I hereliy une ypU iinii •(• thai .1 tt .tl.in 90 'inia
from the first publication hereol you
fail or refute to contribute j mir , i
t'o.iaK-Nlia-vr ■; mh'.. eapei '.'.line und
nay the coattof thia advertu
nitt-rer-t in tin* paid mineral claim will
■ the property ol the undeniiined
under and b) virtue ol leciion 4 ol the
Mineral Act Amendi lent Act, inOO.
i ■ i' ■ ' at  I r.'.i;   l.akr- thia 17th .lav of
July, , JAMES SNELL,
Co-Owner.
Reduced to FIFTY
CENTS A YEAR
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for_.!n<]« ccpyof tU Nr* Idea Woman's
Magazine, and sea whit preat value
tor tho mouoy It can give y<;.i.
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Perhaps you Yt.s. iom«thlng to •*]!— a firm.
a l,.im. farm machinery. V. j may wl.h to
tiry * m.rhlnz Th. belt poae.tilr way t-> r-om-
mrrnir.it. with people who wlili tn buy *'r Mil
l» by Ins-rrnr; a email adr.rrif.m.nt In '.he
S|ii,»«man 1'.. •!»*-. Tha price la tha aama la
Ilia dally and  tha TM.e-a-Wcc..
IT  DOESN'T  COST MUCH-
is words i £s=
24 WORDS  j "r::::;::::::;:;::;*
U "Is'i to reach buainern men and n.w-
•ho  1>A1I.Y.    Ka--*»-a.   •'
....   anJ   minerr    .....    A*   "*V_1CB_
li pays ti. ii-" th.- i.lephone. A
lengtliv trip nun often tn raved. Offices
nt .erunion l ( unimini' Store ; Trout
Lake, rnsl I Iffloe ; alto at Beston, 0om-
ii|.)ix and Arrow bead.
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
ABROW  LAKE, B.C.
ooo_»
Under   New   Management
HARRY  McINTOSH.
Of the Hoffmann House, Kossland,
Proprietor.
•i^S-tOrS.
I'll"   Moat  Complete   health    resort   on
iln- confluent ol North America. Accommodations for 101) Kiieits. liood
Billing) boating snd hunting.
'(•rni*. f 12 (10 to JIH.OO p.T week, arcor-
•linc to residence in hotel or villai. A
doctor in :.it.-ii.lance.
For further partisulsrs apply to
Harry McInt*o*h, Proprietr
HALCYON' BOT SPRINGS.
._.
Balmoral Hotel.
Vli item t..  Kergoson may rely upon the vrry best of
scrommotlatinn  at thi*  well-known hotel     Kuonis are
will  furnished  ihioughuiit.    'lhe  Har  in stocked with
a choice assortment of palatable quencher*..
Jf
Under the Management of S. Slinger
*
BO  YEAR8'
EXPERIENCE
Review Job Dept.
_'or High-Class Work.
A
Pointer
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE
Place to Stop at
WHEN IN* ROSSLAND.
—o—
f)ovis (8b Loder - - Props.
Trade Marks
Design!
^^^^^^^^^        COPVrtlGHTS Ac.
f n.rrn.- ■.-!..'■ ^ a nkatrh and di.acrljiii.in may
qtilrkl. at^«nniii nur npliimn frai- whether ao
inr.'nii.iri l. pri.hably patentabla. romnmnle*.
r i .. . .tr,rtly ciiitlileiil'-.!. UaiidbiKikon I'atetita
ia.tt fi.... olil.rit air.nry fur aarrurmg t>ataiita.
I'.t..nt. taken thmuKb Munn A Co. receive
ipti lal notice, wl.linul charge, lu tbe
Scientific American.
A br.nrito«-np|f ll.nftratAd wo^ktr. Largest dr-
cnlatlon of an? iriftitlOc Journal. .>rnm. 13 a
: f  t:r mni-.tlitj, \\. Sola Lyal! nf*i(1^»lert.
J!.i. & Co.3B,Bro-*-' New York
l'.rai.' 1. on..--. ITA V 8t., WaahlDftoli. Ii. C
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout* Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar.
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin   Board, World's
Mlnln- News.
E. L. MORAND, -  PROP.
Excellent    Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   fit
John Simpson,      Proprietor,
Lardeau
Hotel
C0
Baa
to
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
W'llKN visiting Ferguson you
should '.-iiiy ut tha Lardeau
—_.... lint.I. Here the visitor
!__ t* _! W1" ''" snrrouuded with
,^(^lj borne, comforts. Excellent
I '    euiaipo,     well   yeulllaled
and   warm   rooms,   ****-•-11
.-;■■;,. i har, and everything which
teids tirw.ir.is   milking yutir visit i>
pli'naaui ami memorable one.
Kates i'i mn $1 .lay upwards.
We strive t« please onr patrons.
FERG_S©M.
LAKE CITY
l
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==__
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
www
General
i
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.lUfcSo
Qf^&mWfa
FERGUSON - - B. 0.
t_=
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5
kHERE have been f'irtun?H
made i.y judicious itivoRt-
nit'tit in Real Kr-tat.', ami
more Furtuues will b** made than
ever the next two or t!ir,»> yi'are.
The One win. rsapn tlie liurvrnt ia
the (irij»in,\l Investor, for he has*
liin money on a eeitainty.
Now let ii*) point out to vou thnt
there in no better apot on the Coil*
tii;.'lit  to  buy   Renl   Katate  tliau
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake if the prettie8tap.it
in the Koohtnays; aa h pleasure
• -***a>%t(ii«»H-.._. ,: Boating
nn.l nulling iiinv be induljjed in
tho year round ; while In;*. gHine
in abundance is to thu round on
the liilln. Iln olimste is auperh,
there bi ing no itr.'ut extremes, it
being mild in winter and cool in
summer, It can boast of some of
the tiiii*.'>t hotels and residences in
British'Columbia, its streets unwell laid out and graded. There
iir.' two excellent general stores,
nn.l n glance at tl.e advertisements
iu this journal will show tlmt nil
t null's are fairly well represented,
Write with oonftdenoe 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
Ik,
S.
IT has never had a ",boom "—Its
growth has been iteady. It is
tin' li-'Hil of navigation, and
the terminal ol the Lardo'branch
of tlie* C.P.R. All roarls (in the
1 n'.i.'.'in I lead to Trout Lake. It
ia tho commercial centre of tha
richest mineral district on the
continent, and has banking facilities provided by lhe Imperial
1'iiiik of Canada ; first-class school
at-couimodation under the direction of 8. Shannon, B.A.; a good
water system ; government offices ;
County Court aittinga; Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican churches
and cottage hospital.
There are valuable ranch lands
on the outskirts awaiting settlers.
Its lumber reeourcea are magnificent, and a band paw mill witb a
capacity of G0.000 ft. per day Is st
tne bead of the lake. Tbe mines
tributary are proving out bigger
producers every year, with' naw
proaprcts opening up rich bodies of
ore.
There will he a big rush thii
vear, ho if you would know
more, write at once to *ither of
the ngetitH at tho addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.O.
fcaiuiiuaiaiiuuiiuiuiumuimuiuiiwuimuiu,u,iumiuiuu.iuiuwu.uiu.
<«__
Tlu> represented
o! thr ri. b Lardc
■oimfrv. Sent
any address for
per an. in a.tvanc
No. S3
al and General.
llfWit-'A^-Wiw,
.etlieivcy, who  has If
iti of stulion  agent  )\
apsrrture of F. T. A^
ed:ticsil;ty  for   Nels
relieved by H.J, Hi<
•
be notice1 that this is
int larger than our iu
'« hope  our palrona
hange, which will  be j
i paper in future.
-all smiles--is not i|
or MohbSjOf Herard,
ith the mill moving
the Lennoxville Hrj
fairlv in it.
;ht in it-
ouhle in Zioncity. Doj
;he  bounce  and gene
^oliva has got his job.,
ck IV. was .ueceesfi
last   Satu.-iTny on T
'alter Phelan'.
has   got   in   this
ts,   vegetable and gai
owering   bulbs,    c
and   (Janlen City 1
lo.
•chdeacon Beer, ul Ks
services in the Anglil
st Sunday.   The servf
al and some exceedii
ic was rendered.
oward Crosby gave a
e Methodist church
night entitled ' Ai
ern B. C. Indians."
tn illustrated by lanj
There was a very
«. The rev. gentlej
Jucted services in
; church on Sunday.
rho have books fror.
*e earnestly requeste
Sm without delay.
t
ides Committee will
iy night at 8 o'clock.:
dance is re.'Ut'sted.
L. Masterson, Secret
[erry. of the Silver
Wednesday's  Doat   9
day trip.
Parker,    inspecto^
Iinil measures, is aij
nual inspection trif.
Levesque is leaving I
jleasure trip throuj
jet provinces.
your eye on thc Lai
i mining deals  aroj
hat tho Provincial:
Btting, the Nelson j
jut the columns of
Sgo which was naitr-
ivel-headed reader,
jig us news—and tlij
le manner.
Slinger and Joe 11^
rn for a day's fishir]
They secured   som^
I.H011.
urns has  returned
trip t> the const cill
Evans   has   seta
mac for his h tel al
3 member«  have lij
0d thc grand openlj
t Baturdny.    We nj
success.
Jlson began Lis assJ
»the Aurora at 8-
ae 2f>th   inst,  the
ll give a l..i-<lret Hal
t operations   COOtl
cer   grounds.   A
nia.If in a few 'layiej
iry  Hiiccessful   dar
tin' Alexandria h^
sat Monday night.
f
-»JtiJ!iJ.JS
ISSQ
sajiMft'iffiy
SEEDS
j wua oeiwcuii *'iiAw ttiiu fuvw.    '  |4>iuuu
the  i»pp.'.iran.o ol
„■»_. ._..       » *™« ™^» *•**&
—...._ is not all hone.y thetj li
Cnl3
ffergu*$on
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
.rvfeirra of evaiy description wltl 'be fffithfifMy ©xecutecl at the Review Job Dept
 Ti
W.   Abrahai
Contractor
And
LEGAI.
»■."*»--_► £_ «3-SV-» «»«•*>«* «-"i.'*4 >© ** *HW4
.'■ lO-i-p »y*lCr><&»tfji•
1- R I. I) C. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER, NOTARY
PUBLIC ETC.,
Trout 1 (ike, B, C.     nnd ForRUson
•T
Co [tract i. i:',.'..'.I .ni.. for packing of Mining Supplies,. ..■.
in hip' poini in thp dial. let.
iiii.nl, prompt service, an '• nny work unit..r*aken guaranteed
untie factory.
S. DANEY, Prop.     Ferguson.
liin. H. Ml i nrlrr. J . A. Ilnrviy
A. ii, l'lNKtl.VM
HARVEY SMARTER & PiNXHHAi..
(SOLICITORS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   13.  C
**..lt. Iti.is Inr I in in Hi. I Dank i.'.'iiniiil".
w. I. URIOCS        J. M, SCOTT, i.i,.ii.
Scott & Briggs
Barristers ami Solicitors
ir
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Towns.te.
Get a Home
For    /ourself.
Don'tiPay Rent.
:
Easy Terms.
0.JMI. WILKIE, P.LS.
Provincial Land .Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Anrveyed
and Crown Grants Obtained
K«.ldenee-Ncxt Record Office,
I runt knkc. H i
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARD
WARE CO- I'D-
Hardware, Minora1 Br  plies, Sto •
nn 1 Ranges.
M_:i_sorM. Etc.
NOTICK
Tenders for Mineral ^elaim forfeited t.
the Crown.
Temiers will be received by Hi* mi
ilersiKneil up to 12 o'clock, noon, o.
Tuesday, the 6th day <.f February, ; •
for tbe purchase of the nudermontionei1
mineral claims, which were forfeited ti
the Crown at the Tax Sale held in thi
Government office at Kaslo, B.C., loi
the 7th day of December, 1904,
To l.e considered, all tenders miiRt bi
nt leaBt equal to the upset price, a-
given below, which iui equivalent ,to:l !.■
amonnt for which Biicb claims conl.
have been re-purcliaeed bvtbeownei
on tho 30th of June, 1305, together witl
' the taxes which have accrued lince the
tax sale, the cost cf advertiving foi
tenders, and Crwwn Grant fee.
Claim Lot No. Unset price
Consolidated Virginia ."992     $45,05
Elk 3993      40 45
Speculator 3994      44.00
Kuch tender must he accompanied 0)
a certified cheque for the full amount
thareof, payable at par at Kaslo, ii
favor of tlie undeisigned. The clicque.-
.of all unsuccessful teiidorars will be im-
niediately returned,
E. E. CHIPMAN,
Government Agent, Kaslo, ox.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
H.nd Of.'icc:
TOKONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital \iithnria«d. $4,000,000
Capital [paid up] •   8 MO.OOfl
Rest   .--    3,880,000
''.i.n chi'M in tho North "...st Territories, Prnvin   s nf British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario and Quebec,
'. R. WILKIE, President and Oen  Man. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vlce*Pres.
E. H \Y, issistant Gen. Maimgor.      w. MOFFAT, Ohlel Inspector
Trim    l.ak..     ll. r.     Branch—A     .l.r-ral     Hani In.    Bualnrat    Tran.actwl
Savings Pep.trtnient—Deposits root ive.l nml Interest allowed,
n.'..**.1. fold avatlahta tn nil parts of Canada,
.Oiled Stuns unit Kiirnpe.
Bpectal Httor.t'im'Klven tn oolteotlODI null
A<li.li.tr Unm!".
|T. B. BAKIIR.
nansger
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE    PIONKKR
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Puck anil Cartage Horse" Always Tor Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
«►+»♦♦♦■*.-» A
Pally stage leaves  Beaton ntl2oVlocU lorTront l.ate Per-t^son and 0am bene
Leaves Ferguson, >ia Trout Lake fur Beaton at 7 n.n..
Branch Stables at Trmit Ltiki*. Beaton, Ferguson an ! Camborne
Suli.il..rs for Mnls m's Dank
REVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
t..-■ "'.-;.•
*«L
tt_8ERVB,
RlOm OF WAY  FOB   RAILWAYS
ETC.
Notice is hereby given tlmt all Crawi
lends along the located liner, >f nnv rail
way, power, or tramway company, in
c.irpnrate.l under authority ol tin
Legislature ol this Province, snd l.av
in.  S width  ol  tlfty  (601   f.'.t lu encl
*^i'l.' of said lines, are reserved for right
of wnv purposes for inch railway, power'
.ii triimwnv company.
w. i. CORK.
Deputy Com. of Lands and Works
lands A Works Dept.
Victoria B.C., 3rd Oct., 1905.
L, A._- _.__. A_k. _. _.«*.-••. •*-_> ____*___.
>•.**-   A.__A_AAi
PROPRIETARY
MK I) HUNKS
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
23!
m\
HI
School HujijilieB.
Toilet Articles,
Etc.
8TRI0TLY0ASH
rj
L.
i\
ii1 i*"*"*    A FULL LINE OP CHOICE STATIONERY.
Em**...* g •'. .......   I i ... •.. ri __ _*-s_^»»iJ»_^<_*-<£sMs _r t.
WIEDS0E HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, Q.C
Best Hotel in Town,
Mpters for Hibi ani Ciinsrcial Men.
ACCOfV.MODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN.   PROP
TROUT   LAKK   LOIHIK   l.O.O.F.
NO. -ll
Rcralarmt«tlnr> bald In
u.l.lf. IIi.h'k   lliiil   1'vry
I'niMt.iv ntfbl ul   I
n'rl.H'lc      ,'iallniK   bt .rl.-
eraiMirrliftlly wolc tii.i*.
O. I ' ion, N. <i.;        P. M. Btirphrrit. Mfc.
TUSCAN   LODGE
No. 3i).
^t^^f      AF.  & A.M.
.V**/\   .1r<l   Thurnlnv c.i
'   X/X x month.
aoJonrning Brethren cordially Invlti ■!
tdred.Pec. P.C Csmpbsll.W.M,
carh
_l
1Ee Lardeau Brewing
 Company	
•"T-^V.SWBPH
Lager Beer
and Porter.
asrrmv*nvr'i
Draft <8b Bottled.
_*^^_>BSS3_SES_3SSS^&SSiaSEBB 13
■    -- ■
-@_§4>^-i*--i
0K
;| Barber Shop
)
H. N. Coursser
RKVEL8T0KE, B. C
FIRE     INSURANCE
LOSSES    .AID   PROMPT!.*,
Write for Rates.
Starftegjl Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS in bitter,
Ejrca,   Oheeje,    Produce   anil   Fruit
llouit..., Rlr.,Josephine St.Nebon.D.C
NOTICE.
Tho ordirtary  annual   tfoneral
mectitiR of the Primrose Gold Min
ing Company, Ltd. Liab., will h.
hi'ld nt the office of the Company.
Trout Lake, B.C., on Fridnv, F.-ij
riiary 2nd, 190G, at 3.30 p'm., for
the purpose of electing directorF
Jor the ensuing year and sunn
other business as may be properly
brought before the meeting.
J. M. MILLER, See.-Trcas.
Hated at Trout Lake, B.C. 2nd
day of January, 1906.
— Kor. a —
Oood Shave or Hair Cut
— CALL UN —
William Schneli,
NCBGUSO..
.
 _____
Hot and Cold Paths-
Accountant,     ...     -       Aiirtllor.
J. O. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKK, R. C.
liitfi.ie compsnys'   intercBla carefully
lonki'.l  nfter.
Agent Ior llourUiv'H Piano*
FLOUKf
I
FLOUR
Imperial
Barber Shop.
For Good Uaircotting nml
Bhavlng bo to
G. A. CHEESEMAN
T  orr LARSCITT
Hot. and  Cold  Baths.
'i_arw^»_^
Flour
Raymo
$3.50 per 100 lb.
NOTICE.
During the  Winter  Months our Store wiil
be open  from   8  a.m.   to  7   p.m., except
Saturdays and nights preceding holidays
FRASER,
Trout Lake
-flm<M___3R.r*, .nsMH~.<r*
FLOUR==
FLOUR
The B. C. ASSAY and CHLTIICAI
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
V.NOOOVIB,  B. C.
Henilquarteri lor AsBayerg, Mining end
Mill 8uppl.ee. Soln a.entfl in It. O. foi
Mo-Kan Crucible Co.,  Hatlerxca   Eng-
nd; F. W. Hr.iun ACo.'n Pat.'titCar.
urnsoes. Hnrnem, etc. : Win. Ain«
M rth A. Vu'e >'ine Balance., etc., etc.
V.M. Westfall & Co.     \
Mining llrokcr*,
Mining Propfrtle* Reported On, .   ,   -,      ... ....
Mm.-, mul I'r.isi.i'irt*. It.iuglilnnil Mold, \ ■ ■ ■ ■ ..... .  ,     M[|
il inl i«Properties Looked Alter for Nuii-Hi'M-.
sw^^^'B-c-'LAKEVlEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKK  B.C
* assaying *
aoidorBiiw      H50 Bar well Supplied with Liquors & Cigars
SiW«2S/&........,.,.■.'.,.'';!!! I "o       Lli'«e Comfortable Rooms.   Exoellent Cuisine and Attendance,
. shannon. ..s.^   ^Mm & Levesque  -   •  Props
P.Bums&Co
WHOLESALE)  AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dealers in all kinds of Froah Meat
TROUT LAKE, B.C
F. B. Wells,|
R15VEL8TOKE, B. C.
RAW FURS
J0UGH1
CA5H   PIUCES   PAID
■    -
. ,' '   ..
...i^i.W.
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