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Lardeau
i 3 1905     cZ |
VOL. i
ie representative
of the rich Lardeau
country.      Sent   to
any address for $2
ci' .'in. iii advance.
! Terrible   Double
Tragedy.
CRAZED BY rEALOUSY, JACK
CO I.K.MAN SLAVS EDNA
DALBY AND SLASHES Ills
OWN THROAT.
DUAL  LIFE  OF CRIME
Both  Parties were Compelled   in
Leave Ferguson Lasl Fall
n*»OUT LAKE CITY,   B.C.,   APRIL 7, ,905
No. 22.
Por Illllllov.il  I.ivill;
A horrible double tragedy, hav
ing f<t its principals two well
knowr Lardeau characters, was
1 nacted ;.i Portland mi Sundhy
in..rniii).', when Jack Gibson, alias
Coleman and (iiiflin. slashed the
throat of Bdna Dalby, alias Hoffman ami Sulliv.m, with a razor,
n I most severing tli" head from the
body.
Tin    juiir   left   this   district last         w,     A„    ,laa   ,„
year.   They had  been residing in drifting on the lead, and is now
■   rguson  nn«l before they left, tl     "*" *   '     ~    ""
I'M. Morgan came up from Pop*
lar Monday. In an interview with
a Review man ho Btated that the
latest advices from the headquar*
\ er- of ihe Ureal Northern Mines
I Limited were very encouraging as
to the prospects of work being re*
sumed on a large Boale on the
Lucky Jack ami Swede groups.
Arthur Pelkey ami Leigh Chism,
the latter a brother of the renowned Jack of Poplar fame, cape in
on Monday.
A. Ackcrrnan, a Vancouver drum-,
hut. is registering nt the Windsor.
See lie R 'i ie .v window.
Vanner Room, Oyster Mill
A Winter's Work.
If anyone doubts that 1
'_' game
Trout uro fairly pleotlf\il.
Whits Burbank potatoes, $2.25
p'T Fuck at Fraser's.   Advf.
Ven. Archdeacon Beer will he in
to hold service* at  the Anglican
Cliureli mi   Sunday   next, :it usual
linn'- morning and evening.
Services will he conducted in
the M.F.. Church on Sunday morn*
in..' and evening hy the pastor, (lev.
A. K. Sharp. The following Sun*
diiy the pastor will conduct services at Camborne.
Win. I'earcc, Calgary, who is interested in .some property here, was
nn arrival on Monday's boat.
Charlie   Billiard   wus   in   frOD
the Beatrice.
QO0D WORK IS BEING DONE
AM) A LARGE AMOUNT OF
HIGH-GRADE ORE BEING
TAKEN OUT.
18   '',"   ''■   C:'l.ltl"*d   """"• M-I« in   CamliorneonThur.'l.lv.
•-"".il quantities, let them fret to tin
right   side ,;f Grj
ion wn- before the magistrates at
I Trout Lake on ihe charge "f as
I s nilting the other principal in the
I dy. <>n that occasion the
woman screened the prisoner at
Rth" hearing by switching around
Praml denying that lhe pris r had
II .It. .1 her. and both receivi d .1
••>>. viv I. .tiii'.' from the magistrates
Si v. r.il of the coast newspapers
Hi.t I informed their readers that
H'l.leiii.i.i was a Mcthodisl minister.
bi ;i license had been found upon
■ 1 im This was, undoubtedly, a
j M ui.r's I >-rl 1 li. ;iI.-.
Aft. r li svfng th.-  Lardeau the
Aoiiian  went  t" Spokane, .md a
Charlie (ire.ii iitmc ill from thc
Star on Wednesday. The Star is
situate about 2 mile* up 8-Mile
creek, and  In- has been operating
there  nil   winter.     He   has   been
  _M
175 feet. On the surface ihere are
some splendid showings of galena
ami grey copper. He will have
another 100 feet to i."> before lie
get* umhr this showing.   The ver*
lie.I depth of the tunnel is mm 1(H),
I'.', t A shaft baa also been sunk
■ ei the lead for a depth of 40 feet
The had i- S ft. wide at the bot-
tom. ihe property is owned by
11. Green, C. L. Brash, nml A. McAllister.
^^^^^^^^   Fraser,  one of
I Trout   Lake'd  p ip liar merchants,
and ha*, ing  done   this he wi 1 nn
I doubted y show off iii- den.     Here
will b • found ii colli ction of mounted heads and iiid' - -' i"hd to in	
iii  the  district,  and  uni
millionaire    might
II. K. Rogers and .1. O'Donnell
were down from the Lucky Boy on
Monday.
I'M i tor licit, of   the   Camborne
Miner, was a visitor on Thursday
night, and the following morning,
tlrit  .,  after extending a fraternal mit to
proud   oi.  the Baview staff, returned to Cam*
i... ._•—-*.-        '•'   '
During the visit of Gold Commissi t Chipman   last week he
was invited to attend a meeting >f
the Trade* C mimittoe to di-euss
the expenditure on roads and trails.
A proposition same up for cutting
out turn-outs on the road between
here and 10-Mile, and was thoroughly gone into. The conclusion | Joe Mur„lv ranj„ ,,iiW|l fl0m t||((
arrived at waa ... the ettect  that  Beatrice mine this week, where he
While OUtS were Ue.vs-arv. the road   „„ -^ „ot]ting ,,„.    ,„.., ^ „f
bed was of paramount Importance. Ul(. ,vil,.(.r.    j,, ,av. ,,„. Iimill.r.v
It  was agreed, however, that  In  [, developing in fine shape.   No. "l
bu.ld.nK   up    the   n,.d-bed   care tunne] |g driven  ,n  .(Mlfu),1:u,(i
should   be  exercised ... taking the j CTOUOvi f,„. ,.„ f,.,,      ,-,„. „r(, gtar.
material   necessary  for   suchwn.k'     ■-
from point* suitable   for the turn
ted iu wry narrow, but has widen-
  ■"""•' """■"""   ■'"• ■'•«' "lr"- e,I out at different places from 1 to
outs which would   i.-i.it in the es- :, ,,.,...    r||(. *.„.,. ,„•  ,,„. {llI]I1,.j hafl
tablishing many points along the n vertical depth of about 120 feet
mad. where team- culd pas,, at  Vi/ 2 tunnel is in 300 feet, and has
very little extra coat.     It was also Mi  Q,e neighbor! I of   -.mi feet
pointed out that tic road from tin- ...  .    •■   •
The collection includes 1 Bilver tip borne to jog along with bis multi-
bear and cubs, 2 brown bears. •_'full tudinous offio .-. none tin- smallest
goat hid"-- with ha'f-heads moun- of which are the nursing of babies
ted.   2 goal lead-, and a caribou and purveying hot air.
lead which i- a beauty. (Hir stationery stock i*j chic.
On Sunday evening, April 23rd,
the <tddfellows will commemorate
th< 86th anniversary of th,- [nde*
p nde.it Order by attending Divine
service at the Methodist church at
•mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmW'l''-0
nonth alio vent to J'ortlJnd, where   . , . , ,   . .    .,    „      .   _■ al
,.i •••! -.1 I..- il,. ■_.«■   \   ]\  .-harp,
he Imd been w>rl;i'_■   around   re I ■■■■■■
■ ris in  the  t. nderloin.   She a as
I lowed   then   bv   her nar.imour,  ^--^-—^g—————————^^^^^^
nnd a quarrel enaaed the Bam. stere dashed int0 lh« Review offii
nighl in a bedroom over the Palma to borr0w °u>*'"round square," and
•alopn. Th- bartender heariug several prospective purchasers en-
be screams of the woman rushed 1«*™1-for "strap oil" and "elbow
io the  room,  where  he found hi
i\p;nnL* mi the iloor with her Geo. Johnson, of the P. Hums
throat cut from ear to ear. Tic "'"• took the tii-t wagon if the
man had made his escape, but was '?••«>«• inn. Ferguson this week,
captured at Chehalis, Wash.. r,n This is a full month ahead of last
the arrival of the train from  Port* year.
land hut Monday. He was placed Green uilons, ciulifliwcr and
in jail wiih. ut being thoroughlj **;.|,.ach. H is supposed Hie ex-
searched, and. being bfl aiom a ,„-,>« h„\S nte the raditli am! let-
few minutes, slashed bis threat tuc*"** tftOy fatted to materialize
horriblv A. »i. Frarer.—Advl
All   Ford's I >.i v found a few innocents  abroad.      Several   VOUUg-
I be woman has an evil reputation, and is well-known as a box
roatli r ami a street walk, r Si ver*J
montl -be  was am-sted oi
ihe chttl | '■   "f   robbing ti man in a
loom   over   the   -une  hotel  where
the tragedy occurcd,  grtting if 1' k •
at that lime      1 .iter the man preferring tl hargl   left the city ami
(he woman wa- reli ised .\ month
ago be was arrested on .-i charge of
iin'i. but a wealthy Portl indei
i- -..id to have furnished the neces
sary $16 bond and ihe left for thol
. Ity
i ■ i.-on i the name In preferred
to l.< ti' own by her.';, is n well-
luioH ii " tinhorn " He was thought
i   11 a bo i-t. i for several gambling
^'.inies ill Spokane, but WO* nevi i a
dealer. lie was the OWOI r of a
good claim at Poplar creek, which
i- recorded in the name of John T
< oleman, which is undoubtedly hit
coiiaet name lie was formerly a
prop.letor of a gambling housi .it
lliillidriim.
.....
r.iiit.   Gore,   stipcrinlendenl   of
i, i'. e iii.in for   lhe   CI'.It ,   paid a
Mr. Wilson, inspector of schools
cam.- in on Monday night's i .at
In conversation with him be cx-
!•' -- d l.im-i If as well pli a- ■■■
with the profieieiii y "howii by the
scholars in general lie compli*
in. nt.-'l the trustees on their having .-.'.'III. .1   tie   - > of so i nm-
j.i tent a teochi r a- tin  present incumbent of that office
i; cording Offioe to the docks was
in \t.-ry bad Bhape. In the past it
was considered •.!:.•.'.:!. i lads within the limits "f tie town were not
enti.led to any expenditure, with
th.- result thai notl ing has beea
'i".    for yi a; -  to keep ih
only  what tie   townspeople
have   d ii-   themselves.     It   was
pointed out t '  tie- honorable commit ioner that i: was j .-t a.- neces
s.uy  to  have thi ■ end of the r.'.-i
d shnpc - Ih ol e-r end
Ti.'' c 'i 'iu-i. n arrived a: WUS lav
orable, and th uxpeudi-
i in allowed.
Is an Excellent Prospect.
Siinin Mill  0s*nt*nree Oronn
C
■^/l'^
We k
house nl
fruit is
Griffith & Co - .\d\t
HI
it   a   stme   iii   our \i a'. •
winter,  and our canned
not   frozen.    Masl
The Chestnut
The tow u wa- visited   this week JimLarr.oii  retimed from Van*
I.y a  lady  carrying  all  kinds of comer,  where  lias be n spending
■•wl-M1 *«•■■■    Mo happened lobe „,„„. holidaj^ on Monday night
up around the school building, and ...,.,,           ,.
,            i •     .                   ,    , »»ni 1st away Jim  ran across some
made cnquirie i  from  a couple . f
the little tots wb,,e the teacher v,,,*v "M frlends   uh" Wn would
wis    Tb-yin their innocence in- have  him  stay  at   tie roast. In I
-^ '•'■'" -^ ('"   formed the enquirer that she would all their  wily charms  proved un
nnd   he's   up aim.in; lhe
 I	
operating  the  Lgoky   Hey   group Bnd the object of her queat in the availing, ami
sent 30 ton* of high-grade ore to school, omitting to inform her thai  precious talsa
il,,. T,.,.il ...... I.... ii„. .,,•,!„. w,,.|5    |li(lil. ,,..,,.]„.,.  ,vafJ  ., -I,;,,,."    si,,	
Xl-eel
The Rambler i- shon ing uj
with development.     The property
ie i      - • ■!'■   tie'   10-Mile   \\  eon
road ;lt 'be 6-Mile  point.   Operations  were   resumed   .   few weeks
by Jim Livingston, and i:; ihe tun*
:.'-i  which .lim  i- drifting on tin
lead some  nry   high-grade   concentrates, ai.d some ni. •■ -ii ingi rs
>f. I. an or.- are being i ncountercd
\fn r drifting for another 30 fi i; >
i' w ill I. ■ ma Ie to get under
he  -b"W ni.*.  which  i- exception
illy large.    Tin
• in-   f,.r  a   mine.     	
ibiimlaii.e of water and good tilii-
I. r on  the pro] i v.y.    I ivingston
"f tic   vi ry oldeil titm r- in
untry, and we hop.- that his
about to ii ■ amply
'. wauled.
I to go yet to their objective point,
when aii upraise «ill be made to
connect with a winze being sunk
from tunnel No. 1. No ■'! tunnel is
driven for about 360 f et, the objective point being the ore shoot
.opened n the upper workings. To
roa" injdemonstrate the in   rovement  in
the on- ! ■,'.  there  was Borne 160
f high-grade ore taken out
during the winter'- work, of which
ami.' nt 80 toes were .taken out
during the u-t month. From i .r. ■
fui sampling and testing the ore
will ave-age a k od $100.00 to the
ion. Work on the property will be
piish-d with the utmost vigor, and
with the completion '■' the work
already   started   the   J.''a trice will
undi ubtedly lie one of   the
mines of the district
.Mr. Murray, who is one of the
o'd-tiiiiers in the Lardeau, ha- got
-mitten with the northern lever,
and intends to feerv< shortly for
the northern part of ihe Province.
We wish him all SU<
In).*
Is the Mono-Rail Coming
tain.
the  trail smelter lirst of the WI
Fred Staikev. the Nelson com-
mission man came upon Monday
ami made arrangements with the
Ferguson and Trout Lake iii.r-
i bants p. Mipyly them with the
many delicacies bandied hy his
iii in.
I m ■  Pi arson bro gut in sevi ral
•ar hads of fed from Koslo on
Wednesday. He lias several more
;.. disp ■-■ • i before he strike- the
trail t.. Uulkley Val
.1. Anderson and I \V. Simpson.
Nelson, are registering at the
i^ leen's
The A nl.erst  sic.'-,  from $2.50
lU $4.0 I,   i'c    t ii'   b.nt    sill c   value
.Ml   . Tel. ll   .11   III.'   I.lllh'lUI I ' 111
and coin nice \ Ml 1*4*11*,     To he liail
only nt A <i. I'lasn'-.   Advt.
il... lb I In tho went lo Nelson on
Fiid  y.
I', e Milloy'- ad ap.ie.irs Oil : a .'e
2 of thi- issue.
Good Placer Results.
T
daily     clean tips   at     lb.
iiokiiy made her entrant
in^' to dispose of a bunch of fern*
in ine fancies, Imt h.cr olive complexion crimsoned when she ran
uy a_-ainsl our est. onied Bachelor
of Art-. Sam Sbaiinon /.- nice
le.ldv hastily   retreated
.liinie* a Gr 111 Ii returned Mon-
i-iht  from ii  ti Ip t.> \   i m
While   away   b l ,
mis i uini \   work
ilny  ^^^^
an I   11 is-biml.
did   Mian*   li'iinl
in
Til -  par   ol III.'
• -1   i"        ....      un,ij       . ."..n uI's    at      ilie
Hying yiail this week   He arranged placer grounds of the 8poki Fall* 'li'1 """' l""'
tohave lhe Bs,  Victoria put into Co, are surely going to create ;i  f" "'" ''" l,',i
commission as „ Rrst-class hotel stampede i, the g l result, cm. ,'"m"rv'  Mr   (in|,il11  wya, Hal
f.r   the   acoomniodation   of   the tinue.    Recognising that they have ,rMCt,"« * ,ot ofatlention from In*
C.P.R, oibeiak    A grand openingL   g I   thing   ihe company are m,ori ,D tho mWn9 *■"«'"ommor
will take ,,iaee --1,. ,r 11 v.   [t Is ln-| about to put in another large flume, ' ,"'"",!H "' ll"' i"t 'n'"''
f rred by what the scribe has learn-  ami operations will  be carried on
mi that the  inside decorations will on an extensive Bcalc.   One man
equal  nny thing yel attempt.'! in    hoveling one day last week netted office.
ib.-ir fmii.niM Kysteiy .,f hotels fnu,,   !.Mwt-. ami  the reinaiiiiuj. daVs      Dick Roberts and Jim Beeves re*
""' A"ant,fl tn ""• Vto-to averaged 25 | i,ln,e,| ,-,,„„ Qoldflelds on Monday.
Camborne  1ms been granted the
sum "i $200 towards n government
I'. H Gray, a mechanical engineer and brother of tiie chief en gin-
.        .,   . i eer of the proposed monorail in the
p..t   I- an ideal    .. .    _,      ,,
1 ,    , slocan, ami   Hr.   Roeers, a Slocan
and   tlu-ie is an ,    ,     .   ,.    .
mine owner, Mb .1 Kaslo, :ir>- at
Spokane, en route t.. Victoria,
•■ here ti.i y .-., in  tie interest* of
lhe proposed railway, capital for
which,   -ays   l»r.   l;..L"-rs. ha- been
: tised.
•• This  is  to  I..'  th" Brst  l.i-
i.iil. or single track railroad to !,"
built in tic west," said Pr. RO|
" Similar railroads are in op ration
in Ireland and Switzerland,
one ha- been recently built between
Washington and Baltimore. Tl o
mono-rail is especially adopted to
a mountainous country. The
trains are supported by one rail
beneath them and bv an   overhead
rail. Steam, electricity, or compressed   air   may   be   used    i-  tho
motive power.
" Two branches of the propos -1
railroad have been survey, d One
survey Is from tin end ..C navigation on the Upper Dune nit' the
we t f"ik of the Duncan river, i
distance of 27 miles. The other
line is from Ka-do up tbe South
Fork for 17 or IS ... Ic*.
•■ It is a wonderfully rich mining
section through which 'be road
to pass. Mine after mine of silver*
lead ore has been disC<l\ <■'.■■ d, and
there ave vast veins of low '.'lade
:n the country that woul 1 paj
were there a railroad to gel lb • ore
. ut All that remains to bllil I lb.,
road is ihe endorsement of the
i nincnt, and that endorsement
i- hoped for."   Sandon Standard.
Estimates Passed.
Interior Power Plum. Camborn* Qioup
Viet ilia,   April   4      (Special   li
lie I! \ i.w ). [S-tlira'osa*< brought
low ii | ass. il llollSU 1 i-lilghl   w ill.
ut amendment nn I »ItHnul di -
russlnn after one d ijV il 1 a'g ;u
I'n nniltteu of s ip| [y, ■. I-! ':i ■ i
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THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
rich and poor  may
[hv good work.
share aliko in
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| s Printed at Trout i.hIcim iiy, mm Publlih'd
at i-i'i-Ku»i.ii ami Trout Lake, every Friday.
Tne Editor dosi not noi.i btmitilfreapona
biu f.ir iii.' opinions of correspondentsea-
presaod lu iti oolumns
■ill local*, will be churned ul  Hie nil.'<>f )•'.
<*...it■ perllne, first Insertion,and iu eenis i*'.
11II" I- 'Cll Slll.SCIJll' III   in-, I I ii.ii
I'sr.nsfoi .'-onslenl »mi other advertising
viu in in.i le ioni.-n >e. application at ofttc*
Hi   - -r. el ii.ii 12.0(1 h rear, in ii.lvunce.
The Post-office department of
the Dominion have been oongra'u*
bitinfj themselves for some time on
their big surplus. This, of course.
is very nice, provided, however, the j
surplus is not made nt the cost of
efficiency of the service    There is
no doubt that postmasters in towns
the size of  Trout Lake and FergU-
MURRAY _, ATHERTON Publishers; son   nre  underpaid  for   their scr-
■:' vices, and it follows that when suf-
floient remuneration is not forthcoming for services l'e.ulci'cd there
is not the same oare observed, nor
!
Dentistry.
Ull. Mll.l.iIY Is now to-
i-ui.'.l iii N.'lsnii un giio.
oesaortoDr. Btoddarl at
TfTe Aberdeen Block
(,'llents from the Lardeau may rely on llrst-
olass troatmuat,    :   :   :
A. MUIoy
PROVINCIAL ESTIMATES.
The estimates were brought down
on Tuesday, the 28th ull . and the
Hon. R. (i. Tatlow, Minister of
delivered    his   Budget
do the public receive   the same at- TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   I.O.O.F.
Ki
mi: nee
tention or courtesy as they would;
if the position was one where the
salary requirements were met. We
n surplus made by grinding the
smallest official is not very commendable.
.-speech the same day. The speech.
like the statement itself, wns remarkable for being utterly devoid
B •. complaint at these offices, but it is
nl"   those  flowers  of   rhetoric withj     t f   , ■    ,. , ,■ ,
la defect in the system which pre-
v. hich   weaker   men   and  weaker      ..     .. .  ",. ~,
vails all over the Dominion,     fl.e
irovernnients otten seek to enhance'. . ,      , .,   ,. .
laborer  is  worthy of his hire, nnd
lhe value of their   successes, or to
minimize the extent of their failures, in the public eye. It wns a
very plain, unadorned Betting-forth
of the present financial position of
the province, without any attempt
to place an undue value on future
possibilities or to misrepresent existing facts. Throughout the
B] ch was every evidence of careful painstaking endeavour, and of
a conscientious and by no means
iinsiiii ful attempt todo the very
best with the materials in hand.
The Minister's utterances, in short,
were in u tone and  of n nature to
&
NO. II
Regular meeting! beld in
Hitiii.-iiow'i  iii.n  every
.'u.'-'li.y nlK.il at   »
• iVl'i.'l;     Vl-lllnir  broth*
.isoordlalt) welcome.
A number of charges of irregularity have been made in connection with the Lands ami Works
department. These charges have
not yet been proven, although some
of the Liberal press have tnk"ii
them as already investigated and
proven true. We, however, do nol
believe it either just or right to
pass judgment until such eharg -
have been thoroughly investigated,
still further increase that belief in »nd if any blame is to be given let
their ability to administer advan- ■■ ,,<' on the rij-ht lead. We know
tageoosly the affairs of this pro- the Chief Commissioner of Lands
vince which the present govern- anu Works. He has -town up
ment has already instilled into, an*on8 m ; risen from the rank
the people. ia,u* '''l' through the different Btages
He pointed out that there hud "{ BUCCess until at the present time
been, f..r the first time in the his- h®occupies second highest position
lory of the province, a small sur- possible for him to attain in the
plus of some 137,000 for the fiscal province, He has risen to this
year ending June 30th, 1904, and position through square, honest
that   another  surplus  was antiei- dealing with   his  fellow man, and
J. II. Senll. N.H. Fred Mummery, R A F.Mii-
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No. .'.'.»
'•' A.F.  & AM.
3rd  Thursday  each
month.
Visitors Welcome
Q. Forddred, Bee., II. McPherson.W.M,
pated for the current fiscal year, "e can Bay with assurance that
Hut a small deficit of some five or whatever the verdict is that the
six thousand dollars must be an- Honorable Robe_ F. Green will
ticipated—though not an absolute -*>«*••* 0"* of the ordeal with uncertainty -for the coming fiscal "nairched character and honor.
year covered by the estimates just 	
brought down. This deficit, should The opening of the lake has
It occur, will be directly due to the made things lively around town,
loss of revenue from the Chinese There is no doubt thai had it been
Restriction Act, which revenue, it kept open during the winter the
is worth noting, amounted to near- traffic would have been kept up in
ly 1500,000 for the year 1908 g0od shape.
and l'JO-L The new Education
Bill, and several other reductions
fn public expenditures, together
with anticipated large increases in
timber royalties and lenses, and
sales and grants of land, will be a
distinct saving on the other hand.
It is perhaps worth while reproducing here the Minister's general
summing-up of the position :
" Whilst," he said. " there were
no signs of " boom " or under inflation, the reports, lmth commercial and agricultural, from all
jinrts of the province indicated a
condition of general prosperity,
improving business conditions and
progress. In spite of adverse comment by critics of taxation, the
most encouraging reports were
coming to hand from all our mining centres. Wear.' becoming more
and more accustomed to hear cf
dividends being declared, and advices from London indicated that
capital was showing a tendency j
once   more   to  seek investment in'
the province."
IS© Nelson
Brewing Co.
Brewers of
Fine   Lager  Beer
and Porter
R. Reisterer <&■ Co.    -   Props.
Smith" &eoT
45 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
Masterson, Griffith
<&.Co.
HIGH-CLASS TAILOR&
w
ILL !»• represented in the I.ar
deau   at   regular   latervali
thronghoul  the year.    Onlera
for clothing will receive ciose attention
(lur   repre.eiitali'e will be In TROUT
LAKE end FERGUSON in a few weeks.
We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
_t
__^
Full line
of
Vegetables
Cabbage    Turnips
Carrots.
Fresh Butter and
Eggs.
Masterson,   Griffith
and Co.
vW_
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
WCOD   VALLAMCE    HARDWARE CO- LTD-
Hardware] Miners' supplies, Stovea
nn J Itangeg.
rsiE:i_sorM. et. c
Lardeau
Hotel
S
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
0=r_r:
W|'
HEN   visiling   Ferguson you
should stsiv nl the Lai dean
Hotel.     Here   the   vinitor
will   be   surrounded   wilh
home comforts,   Kxeclleut
cuisine,    well   ventilated
and    wnrrn    rooms,    well
stocked bar,  nnd  everything which
lords towards making your visit a
pleasant and memorable ouo.
Kutes from $1 ilay upwards.
We strive to nlcine our patrons.
FERGLTS0N.
NEW
BOOKS
A LADDER OF SWORDS.
Iiy Gilbert Parker, cloth, $1.50
THE LAST HOPE.
By H, S  Merrinmn. cloth, 1.50
THE MYSTIC SPRING.
By D. VV. Higgins, Victoria. 1.50
POSTER'S'BRIDGE'MANUAL
cloth, 1,30
Bnilding Trail's   Pocket Book
Business Man's Pocket Book
Mechanic's Pocket Memorandum
Three vols. 1.50
Ful by tin* I.-iii-rnMi.iiiiil Cotrespund-
ein-e N.-li'K.l ai fl each onr price tl 'o
NOW
I-.
the   time   fir   yon to
aa
to Buy Lots     Nev. r were    ■
the Prospects of Fergusnu   Q
So  hrii'lit
li
Four first-class battle shi|>« are
being added to the British navy
bearing naines in honor of four of
Britain's greatest colonies, "Dominion," "Commonwealth," ' Africa,"
"New Zealand." Fur a long time
it has been the custom in Great
Britain when a battle ship was
named in honor of a city to con-
tributo a shilling subscription to
nurd a fund to establish a library
and other   comforts   for   the ship's
company. Carrying out the same
iile.i in Canada a twenty-five cent
fund has been started for the
Battleship Dominion. The Imperial Hank in Trout Like [a receiving contributions for that purpose in Trout Lake. It is the rule
not accept greater offerings than
26c from any one contributor, thai
MACKINNON and
SUTHERLAND
With
the arrival
of Spring a Young
Man's Fancy lightly turns
to Love and. Summer Raiment.
We have received a Huge
Stock of Up-to-Date
SUMMER
Suits.
NELSON.  B. C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated Brandt of   Han, Beeon
an.l Eggs,
NELSON,       -        ■       B   C
1ADDEN HOUSE §_#$£
no y.iu n.'i'.l a .-..iii'orliil.li- Iminr?   Ir h.• I r>
the Madden Home,   Weil furnish..I rooms
Igbted   Iiy il.'.lrli'.l.v. HutCllaSS lioiM.    In
li. barren win find nil Uu i«-«i dfaneetiaand
Imported liquors ami olgan.
Them s Madden. Prop-
JM____L
Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION   OF  RESERVE.
Prices from $10.00 up.
FERGUSON - - B. C.
O
NOTICE li hereby (Ivan thai tbo raMl-n-
ii.... cxlatri tubed in peraaance ..f tho pn.vi-
alonaofthe "l*olambln and western linilivuv
SiiImIiIv A.i'1 ..'Hi." notice*Of WhlCll were published In Ilic 11 rl II s h i ..I'liiil.la Matetta nml
i ii. .I 7iii Mm. imixi. in111 .in ..un.. ikui, rupee
lively, arc hereby .-a lied,
I'rmvn landa situated wltnln ihenreaem-
iiiii.'.ii hy Hi, . 11.1 reaervatlon mi., be opened
loHi.i.', mui.in.'iit, leaaeandotberdlipoaltlnii
iili.l.'r III.' nrovlNloim of th*' " l.t.inl A.'l,''
ll.rfe iii.intha i.n. r llm data of tin- ili-i eui.
ii.iiii'in "f n,i- notice in th. linn ii i'..nunLiu
Oaaelta; provided, however, itn.i in all niHen
where inini* pre w. told, pro-empled, leased .»r
ollicrwlae alienated i.y ilu- fiovernment, and
are aiibaequently A>mid, upon theaarvejrof
tli.- Columbia an.l wenerri itiniwi.v uont*
l.nii} '» l.l.i.kH, it. .In wholly or In purl nil liin ii li IiI.m'Ich, thru lhe |N*ra..nK an a...|iilrlni;
Kii.h  Im..l< ahull iu-.|ii|re lli.-.r nil. tli.-rriii
rroin tin' Railway Companr, who paveiiKn-.it
to deal  with   audi  piiri-liiinerK, pn- trnptort,
I.'ns.'1's, rl.-.,nn the "iiini' Irrni" iiml .'"iiilllliiii"
nslhi- i ..ir.nun. nl  wi.nlil  uiiilrr lhe provl-
sIoiih or th* '• I,am. Act," except In rea|H'Ct to
lln.lier h.i.il* on Hie I'...np'in.v'ahloe.iB. whleb
kIii.II   be Kiil.J.'i'l tn ih,' ri'i/iiliitloiiN laaue.l I.y
i in Company relative t.. the cuttlni oriimbi-r
un the Columbia mid W'eat.rii Hallway i ......i
<lri.nl.
W. H. 111 III K.
iii'pni.i Commlulonerot i.iiii.Iha VVorka,
Landa and Worki Department,
Vjctorla, l..l'.,K'r.l Kehniary, IlKB.        fyj
The  T.iwi.'   <.r  FERQU80N
will he one of the tireateat
Ore Producing tlarupB in the
World. The high degree of
auccesa     ueliieved     hy     tho
numerous WEALTHY ami
PRACTICAL BRITI8B ami
AMERICAN MINIM;
OOMPANIE8 now o.ieratinj*
there   ia   a    tiihute   to    the
tremendous wealth of the i.n -
LLLl________li
FERGUSON
Publlo Bcbool, Hospital, anil
other Institotioss.    BxosIImI
Waterworks HjBlem. Streets,
Btores   ami   Residences illu-
ininril I.y F.leclrieiiv. Daily
mail btrvloe. The" lown«iti>
i*i a.liairal.ly hii.l out. (iet in
NOW on thi, ground finer.
Lots can now oo purouassd
FRO"!
$75
UP.
TOWNSI TE AGENT
HENKY FLOYD
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
{,"' ,!     ' r'   ,T;' -•;«_.»>«'.* W'rtWu ; '1-NCl
j  •**  tCbe Ibotel :«i3caton  ...  ?
(      — BE A ION. B c.
ill
YI9JTOR8 nrmiiif* nt Beaton (the threshold „f the Urdeau)
yja Arrowhead, will find this Hotel to be fully equipped
for hlalKlau trade,
appointed ami ipaoioui dining
and Cigars.   l>rm.riai loperrTilon ia given t„ the requirement* of
patrons. \ leitnr. to tl,« u„i,,m ,.„,, n.,v „„ e„uifortal thlihotel.
Bxcellenl aceommodatloh.  'A'well
mil.    Tbe beat of Wines,Spirits
'
IW. BOYD -:- -;. Prop
®£
ill:
?i* FERGUSON HOTEL I!
The noted home for travellers visiting
Ferguson, u.e.
A well stocked liar of the eholceat Liqours, Winei
etc.
McDonnell *  Blaok
Proprletora.
1.1
la?
is,
'."
#
vi.
I*'
&
e-
It pays lo use the Telephone. A
lengthy trip can often be saved. Offices
at Ferguson: Cummins' Store ; Trout
Lake, I'ost Office ; also at Ucaton, Comaplix and Arrowhead,
POPLAR       DIRECTORY
HEW YORK LIFE ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
Fin Invkitki.nt and  PBOTtCTlON
T1IOS. TAYLOR, Agent.
Rkvki.itokb     and     Tuner Lack
NOTICE.
L.B., lllnejav, Doubtful, C.I)., C.II.and
y. Y/.., mineral elaims situate in thu
Trent Lake   Mining  Division ot  Went
Kootenay district.
SfWhcre   located :—Near  Trout Creek,
about .'1'., miles from Trout Lake
Take notice that  I, O. B.   N. Wilkie,
ai'lo ,: an agent for Jus. J. UcUlone, free
fl&n.r's ce.tilicatc No.  BH31S7,   intend
Bfelv days ufter'dute hereof, to apply tn
jbe Mining  Heeorder  lor Certificates of
lafciiirov.'iiienlH for llie pur|x>sf olohtuin-
*S|" crown grants of the alxive claims,
And further take  notice that lotion
_nder section  S7 must  1»-  commenred
Kf'iri' the iasuauce of such certificate of
rjBlproveinenta.    Dated  litis 80th day of
lliu.li. A. II., liKVi
garaiir. o. B. N. WILKIE.
To Contractors.
TQRIOKLAYER   (Abstainer)   wanU
work.    Write, Stating wages offer
ed to J. W. JONKS, Fort William. Ont.
The B. C. ASSAY and CHiHICAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vancouvsb, B. C.
__j_n*rttw" U,T Assayers, Mining and
Mill Mippl.es. Hole seeuts in 11. C. for
Morgan Crucible Co , Battersea. England j K w. Braun A Co.'s PatentCary
furiini-es, Burners, ete. t Wm. _ins*
worth A Co.'s Kine Balances, etc., etc.
All kinds of New Records.
Sole Agent for the Lardeau:
J. C. Murray
Trout Lake B. c.
H«.ii. i: to iii.l.l.NyiK.NT CO-OWNBBJB,
•IV' Inn. ip Kiv.i and J.  W. Smith or to
Hahomsoever    they   they   may   have
■ transferred    their    interest    iu   the
I '' >'aple I..■.!' " mineral claim,situsleil
Si nn the ninth east aid** of Poplar cre?k
mi'l  nln'iii in.i und a half, mil.'* from
.   the mouth of the  creek, in lhe Trout
Lake   Mining   Division of West Koot-
I bnay.
You are hereby notified that I, Arthur
6, Johnston, eo owner with VOU in the
" >l:i|ilb l..-af " mineral claim shove
deMiib.'.l have |>crformed labor sn.l
ma'le expenditure on the said eliiini lo
the extant of $100.00, 'under the pro-
viaeiiH af section IM of lhe Mineral Art.
in order to hold said claim, and the
j-iwr for w lo. I. i-aid labor «a* performed
end expenditure made having expired,
I il" hereby give you notice to contribute
j-onr proportion of such expenditure,
fUi.l \ ni au> further notified thai if at
Hie expiration of  UO days of publication
hereof you fail or refuse to contribute
•onr ; i"|Kirtioii of the expenditure so
JAiade. together with all coats of adver-
Vb-iik'.  >oiir  interests in the said claim
1 il a i  I mr  u-i-ied  in  me under and
bi vrlue of   provision! of  Section 4 of
the Mineral Act. amended Act 1UO0.
bated at Poplar Creek, ax., Dec. SLIM
AM HUB Q. JOHNSTON, Co-owner
■.1-1905.
g NoTlthTii t__Mt«UCrTT OO-OWHBB
T" John Parisian or to whomsoever he
may have transferred his  interest  in
the Homestake, Ibex and Charlotten-
Imrg mineral claims.
Take Notice that I the   undersigned
Ho-owner with   vou  in  the Homestake,
11, \ andCharlottenbarg mineral claims
■tuate  alinut 3  miles  in a souih-west
(lire. Hon   from Trout   Lake  in   what is
known a* lhe HoincHtake   l.asin in  the
■rout   lake   tninini*  division   of   West
KontensV, have pernrmed the necessary
V'irkaii.l made th** necessary eip.-n.li
no.  on the above-mentioned mineral
Claims for the years 11>00, 11101, 1908, in
unler to hoi.I the same under lection _'t
fif the Mineral Act, and the lean fur
which said work was performed and si*
penditure made haviui; expired. I hereby give vou notice that if within Ml
(lays from 'he first publication hereof
you fail or refuse to contribute votir pro-
port ionat a sheru of kiirhexiienditiircand
ya> the cot-ts of tbis advertisement,
your interest in the said mineral claims
will become the property of .bounder.
s.iri el uinler am* by virtue of seel ion 4
of the mineral act amendment set
11)00.
Dated  at Trout  lake this 7th day of
March. I'.iii'. Khans I.akiisia*.
Mar 10,08 Oo-Owner,
FBurns&Co
WHOLESALE   ANU   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dealers in all kinds of Fresh Meat
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLA33 BAR,!
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musical entertainment
Bulletin   Board, World's
Mining News.
E L. MORAND, - PROP.
Balmoral Hotel
Visitor*  Ui  Ferguson  may  rely upon  tlie very best of
accommodation  at this  well-known  hotel     Rooms are
well furnished thioughout.   The Bar is stocked witii
a choice assortment of palatable quenchers.
<_.
n
Under the Management of S. Slinger
Wi
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
Titiva   KBW   A.-rii    riUST-OLAJBa  IS  ALt, RK31
Fire  Proof Safe
Thehatwetoiteeka** with me n.-at wio»s ant rjgan •  tha mirk**.
Trout    Lake,
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
la Una.r tha tame afaaas-em_t.
CERTIFICATE OFIMl'KOVKMKSTs
NOTICE.
11 '.nn
situate in the
Divlilon of   West
Hevengr iniii.ru
Troul   lake   Mining
Kootenay district,
When located i --On Triune Mountain
! a north-westerly extension of the Morn
iri_ Star mineral claim.
Take Notice that I, George ft. Mc-
Carter, acting as agent for Andrew Ferguson, free miner's certificate No. B88W8
intend, lllty davs from thu ilale hereof,
to apply   lo   tha   Mining  Heeorder for a
Ceitlocate <.( Improvements, for tbe
purpose of obtaining a Crown (.rant ol
lhe ala-ive claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section It", mnet be commenced
before the Issuance oi inch Certificate
ol Improvements.
Dated this 16th day -if March, ».».
1006, GEO. B. McCARTER.
17-3-05.
e —•«—
IF
you want to ! r ■ 1
you want to BUY
Correapond wilh the
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review."::::::
The BEST Always !
IN FINK SHOES 1
MINING BHOE8 !
SHOE PACKS!
RUBBERS ami
0VERSH0E8I
GERMAN  SOCKS I
First-Class in every respect.
The Travelling public carefully
taken care of.
My & Nelson
lawtiat rou will ret ir you do yoarbnjrlna
No iion'i mtget, when wonting any*
with ii.
llilng In ih- "
. pflootwear t.. eaij ouoa,or
ilrop a Una,
Til! ROYAL SHOE STORE
Nelson, B. C.
ANDREW
A    CO.
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
500 Cords
Slobwood
FOR SALE
...»
A-*ly:
Jack Rrawfoiu or ADily Craig
Mail orders carefully sn.l promptly
attended to. Agent for Blatei and Net-
tleton Shoen.
TlMe   TABLE
S.S. ARCHEP or S.5. LARDEAU.
Uunninc between Arrowhead. Beaton and Comaplix, oomtaeaoin*- October 14th, 19_, will aail as followa.
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for B.-aton anil
Comaplix, twice daily—10k ami 5k,
Leaving Beaton uml Comaplix for
Arrowhead,   twice   daily— 7:15k   am'
12:15k.    .Making   close   oonaeoUons
with all C. 1'. It. Steamers ami trains.
Tbe owners reserve  tho  right  to
change   times   of    sailing     without
notice.
Thebrapire Lumber Co., Limited.
The Review
is the best*
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout, Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout Loke.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best* Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   Vt
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
i
Knit Sale. I^its 3.*» and 3«!
nliK-k 47, Trout Luke. Ajijdy lo.
Mrs. J. II. German, BOS UnivereU*
St. Seattle. Wash.
NELSON    DIRECTORY.
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
We have several (iooil Proper-
lies lilted on which ooodtermi
can be Iiml.
LoHeau Mines Exchange,
" Review1' lUill.liiif;.
Trout lake, ».('.
WATCHES.
We art* watch people firat of all.
Wp niako watches our gvfat aperi-
all.v. U> are in fart universal
watch providers. We boast of the
most oompfflhtnilfe stock ami
promptest scrvico. Our patron*
iiro proves our pre-aminencn in
the- retail watch Irads. Ones a
patron, always n palron.
Bnyllig wiitrlira in tho t|iiautity
thnt wc do, wp are f niililed In se-
ouro diseounta impossible lo the
smaller dealer, and wc turn thetu
over to yon st a oorrespomliug
leilnction in price. Write Dl for
prices.
Ewert Bros.
Nelaon, Rosalaed, Trail.
Jewelers and Engravers
StatRe? 8. Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS in nutter,
Eggl, Cheeie, ProdUt* and Kruit.
Houston Ilk..Josephine St Nelniii, Il.C.
m
TROUT LAKE CITY
•HERE have been fortunes
made by iudicioui investment in Real Kstale, and
nn.re fortunes will be made than
ever the next two ot three years.
Tin- ono win. ranps the harvest is
the original investor, for lis has
his inmiey on a certainty.
Now let us point ..ut lo you that
thi'li- i. im heller spot on lhe Con-
I.' "nt to bui Real Katate than
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake iH tbo prettiest spot
iii tho Kooteonya; as a pleasure
resort it has no equal. Hunting
nnd fisliiiir* tuny be Indulged in
tho year round ; while big (*nnie
iu abundance is to thu found on
the bills. Its climate is superb,
there In in^ DO great exlreines, it
briii)* mild in winter and cnol in
summer. Ii can boast of some of
ihe ti11*-*-1 lintels and realdeocei In
liniish Columbia. Iti itnels are
well laid mil and graded. There
nr" two exeolb nt genera] stori s.
an.I a glaucu ai tin* advertisements
in thin Journal will show thnt all
Iradeaare fairly well represented.
Write   with ciinlideiic.' to Agi-uls.
H. McPherson
Agent.
Trout Lake, B.C.
III!
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.
Then call on
or   write  to
r«_
_i
»»•»
I
T line in vr had a " boom "—Its
giowlh hns been steady. It is
the head nf navigation, antl
the terminal ol the Lardo biauch
of the C.P.R, All road, (in the
Lardeau) lead to Trout Lake. It
is the commercial centre of the
ricln-st mineral district on the
continent, and has banking facilities provided by the Imperial
Hunk of Canada ; first-class school
accoinmoduilon under the direction oi B, Sliaunon, B.A.; a good
water system ; government ofiices ;
Cunt) Court sittings; Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican chorobei
ami cottage hospital.
There am valuable ranch lands
nn the outskirts awaitinjr settlers,
lis lumber resources are magnificent, and n band saw u.ill witb a
capacity of 60.000 ft. per day is at
the head of the lake. The mines
tributary are proving out bigger
producers every year, witb new
prospects opening up rich bodies of
ore.
Tl ere will bo a big rush this
summer, so if you would know
more, write al once to either of
the ageula nt the addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
iiuiiiiaiauiuuuiiuiu«iiuiauiuaiiiaiuiuiaiaumauiuiaiu»u.
rs-A*
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.W«4. ■
I
Job
. *+e*$*4-4 i
Ferguson Items, j
fHttMI»l»»tl^MttMMHy
The first pack-train to go up the
South Fork this spring went up
last Tuesday* Th's breaks nil previous records. The earliest known
licfore was Inst year, when the pack
reach 10-Mile on May 5th.
Tlie printers are anxious to have
three squares a day. Don't let
this worry you if your sub. is paid.
For tbe next two Sunday evenings the Choral Society will render
Services of Song.
Born. At Ferguson, on thu .'.Oth
March, to the wire of A Ian Uhis-
liolin—a daughter.
The election of ollicers for the
J ardeau Branch (No. lt!») of the
W.K.M l\ resulted as follows :
President - - Chas. Halsey
Vice-President' Chas. Abrahams
Sec-treasurer - Allan Cliisholni
Conduotor - - Hugh.Macdohald
Warden    -   -   Win. Keith
Frank Barber removed a link
with the past this week in the
shape of a soni 'what dilapidated
tenement which had stood on Mam
Street and did duty for some early
pioneers.
Mrs. A. F. Kankiiie left on Tuesday for n trip to the Okanagan.
The magistrates had a knotty
problem to solve oneday this week
Two friends had been arguing the
point of some trivii.l mutter, and
some coarse expressions were nl-
1 -gi'd to have l»een used, whi?li the
magistrates were unable to grasp.
Fred Klliott's diplomatic dashes
made confusion worse confounded.
and until the Attorney-General
has said "let there be light," thc
friends won't rub shoulders.
There is a movement on foot to
hold ft snored concert on Easter
Sunday under the auspices of ih i
choral society. The whole will be
t.i ler the d'rection of Mr.- If. H.
Battey, and that luing so. a musical treat may be eapeeted.
Decorator Edge has this week
been making Sing Sinj look a- i'i-
yiling as possible. The red roof
blushing under the astral beauty
of a cloudless sky is immense, and
tiie black trimmings to thc somewhat sombre Iwdy color is a jier-
fei'l drea n. Heigh ho ! we'ere not
ngin' the Government.
(1. B. is tho important personage
this week. Monday he built an
addition to his stable. Tuesday
his clucking cow strayed. Wed*
nnsday lie found it again. Friday
be went to Nelson, and we expect*
when he returns he'll stop his subscription.
Everybody is pleased to sec J. C.
Kirkpatri.k around again. The
gen'al Joe has had u serious encounter with the grim destioyer,
and at one time came near pnssing
in his checks However, he Is
around again, uml wai down al the
Inke hi ie this week. Although
y. t a shadow <>f Mi former s.lf Jos
sayr In  ..in lick any two cdftors
that ever run a boost. Vive fc Kirk '.
The grcal unw il i I put in two
dajrs work this week    Th" remain*
ing live \\.n .-(.cut in gating al th.
'■..-li registers
8am Sutherland hat been away
for two wn ks visiting tin twast
citii > in the interests of ihe Ira of
Mr-Kin not] iV Sulln rland lie re-
tuii.L.i on Tln:r.-dav night.
Ed. Morgan tvft8 in ftoii. Poplar
do \i'i Int'sday,
nting of every description will be faithfully executed at_Jjw_Rg^gWjJo^Dept,
Store
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
BAH WELL HUl'J'UED WITIi
Liquors and gigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
Excellent Cuisine.
LEGAL.
PR ED C. ELLIOTT,
HAIiniSTKR, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC,
Trout Lake, B. C.     and Ferguson.
Madden & Levesque
Props
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
SvJJle, Pack and Cartage HorBo** Always for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
♦♦<♦»»♦♦
Deny stage leaves  Benton nt 12 o'clock for Trout Lake Ferguson and Camborne
Loaves Ferguson, vin Trout Lake for Beaton nt 7 a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake, Benton, Ferguson and Camborne.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Hi ad Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorize.!. $4,000,000
Capital {paid up] -  3.000.000
Rest   -       -       -    3,000,000
Branches iu tho Northwest Territories, provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario nml Qnebep.
T. I!. MKRRITT, President. P. B. WILKIE  Vioe-Pres. nnd lien. Man.
IO. HAY, Assistant lien. Manager.       W. .MOFFAT, Chief Inspeetor
Trout    Lake,    B.    0. Branch-A    Oeneral    Hanking    Bmlneaa   Transacted
Savings "-.pertinent—Deposits received and interest allowed.
Ilrin- Bold nviillul.l.' In nil |i»r|snruanailn,
I'liltoil smics nml Kum|M*.
Bptelal nlionl on. given In ollcrtlona anil
Mining It-.ml-.
T. B. BAKER,
rtanager
(loo, 8. Mcri.rt.or, J   A. Ilairr.v
A. IS,   l'lnkliHin.
HARVEY McGARTER & PINKHHAM
BARRISTEI.N.
SOLICITORS, Ktc.
REVELSTOKE   B. O.
Ilriiu-li Offlooa  nt Unlil.ni, K.rnli* nnK.nl
SU'.'I.'. It. r.
oltoralor Imporlul Bank ni I'nnii.in.
JOHN IA HUG SCOTT,
B. A., L..L..B.
City   Drug
A full line  of Choice stationery
Just* Received
»■   q/\    school Supplies, Proprietary Medicines
AL/Swj   TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.   PRESCRIPTION WORK
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
H.MM1ISTKRS,SOLICITORS, KTC.
Revelstoke Station.
B. C.
B. J.
CUMMINS
(icnenil store Ku!l I.lnp
nfrniim-.l i tooda. KruilH
In .*-..ns.tii. Bignss.irluu-iit
»l Simik.-^s' BuppllM.
tun.r of ilu- nii; Bend Telephone vo
FERGUSON
Job Printing at Tft
Mining Review	
Accountant.    ....     An.utor.
J. O. MURRAY.
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
r>uteiile company*'  interesta carefully
looked after.
Agent !"i lli-lntaiimn's I'lnnoa
ft S Batho
AGENT FOti
FUSE AXU (
SSE of the ALEXANDRIA
V. M Westfall & Co.
Minim llrnltcr*.,
i'i'iinb |-r»|H*rtti» ItriHirlwt On,
m.i.«—11 t.l Prospect* it..tight nnd Hold,
Mining l*rn|i.-rtli'Kl.oiiki*il Alti-rlbr Siiti-lteal-
<l»-ut-.
I.iir(Ii-nn8t.,npp.
K.-i-i.rillngiilllei.
FERGUSON. B.C.
T POWDER
Post Office Block,
Main Street.
Tron'. Lake. IL C.
= assaying *
Rr_T_i tit sir __(£* .*__•» tie riV r> \}- -.:-•:■
I Packing and
I Freighting
1 sir sir tit sir ->/ sit sift •}/ sti.   '. '. ilz
Ferguson   packing I
and
Transfer   Outfit.
i
A
(iol.I or Silver fl 50
fold nnd Silver $2 00
Silver nn.I L.-ati  2 50
Copper    1 OOj I]
Zine $1 60 ' V
S  SHANNON, *\ssayer,       | %
Ffc'RflUSON B. C   &5r*** *** *** *0* *v* iptf*** *** *v
Coatrncli! outeied into for parking of Mining Supplies, etc.
to nil" point in the district.
flood, promptservii'.-, ami any work mi.|i*rtnken guaruntevd
eutnifactory.
Ferguson.
S. Daney, Prop, 'i
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B C.
Best Hotel jn Town,
Eeaiplers for loin ami Coiamercial Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS  ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETCR
VV.  Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a Home
Pot   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Rent —
EASY TERMS.
Lennoxville
^^Hotel,
E. MOBBS. PROP
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
GERRARD
B C
-•">
SURVEYORS
q.Yh wilkie, p.l.s.
Provincial Lantl Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveyed
and Crown Orant.s Obtained
(-■••EStT-Sj «_»P *_K*->*tk_i
l      OK
;! JSarbcr Shop
• -i
j —roa a —
Oood Shave or Hair Cut
— CALX. <>N —
William Schnell,
'FBttoraOcI «mI 1 KiHT UKK
f ,. .-
Hot and Cold Baths
I.-a B'HOOCCMB :'t-'
Itcntd'-iioi-—Ni-xt It.'.-.ml . .11!.
I niut |jik>. 11 C,
A. R. IIKYLANI).
I'llOVIXI IAI. LAM) BUBVKTOB
Minfra] CMniins Surveycil
l'OI'l.Ai:, KASIO.
W. H. Jones,
lj>»tn    leaf    llin.lera,    Fine   .lol-
Printing.
NELSON, B. C.
. — i  W—  •»*-
n
C. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-ri'iiairinp.   itr.
(iiiaranU*iil.
All *»rk
OMfellcws Bloct, MlabU
H. W. EDGE
Painter
Decorator
TROUT   LAKH
H.C
I'LL ill-IC.VTI. OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE,
SiniM'l. .l.iM-pii. Miunl and Anriii .tinier
nl Ciain s  iliiutU-  in   tli.'  'I innt Lai,.-
ig |i ii-i'jn. \\'.'>t Kooteimj |ii«-
Iricl.    V h' "•   locati '1:—Situ
the North J lean cri
tl" ' "llllllll.
nl "I" nni
.    »l<  -
1 i..*..
1 '        ', ate \,,, '
I      •     iiti mi -ixi> rln.va i  the dale
lu'i.-if n.r.wply to the M ru_ Kecordei
l..r a t'.'iiiii.air ■ i liiiprovefflenla for
tlir I'lirnoeoOl obtainiug a-Crowu graul
i.f llil .'lien" clainu,
. Ami (uriitt-r lai." notice that action
nnder auction ;;." mod i..- cominenoed
bi'f'.re the IwtwneeefaaoHOfrtifkate
Of lliipii.r.'tn.'iilr..
Iinied llii.-^r.l .l,.v April. «,n. 1806,
1-4-(Vi     OtiAKLEH W. Ai.ri'"
I
Until F«rther Notice!
2 lb. Tins Roast or Boiled Mutton   .   -   -
3 Cans Canadian Tomatoes, 50c.
Evaporated Cream per can, 5c.
25c.
See our " Amherst" Work Shoes.  Best Value ever
Offered in Kootenay.
6percent, offforcash.   "THERE IS A REASON."
•*—-—■   ••*   »f»   ai ...—
A. G. FRASER'S Store ^«>#
B.C.
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH   PRICES   PAID
NUTICK  TO CO-inVNKI.'S.
Tn T.  H. Dttvtf, or in nny penonot
pertoni in ivhora he may have tr;m--
frrrml In. Inlsretlf.
Take Notice, I tin* untlenlgm 11
Owner with vou in the Own and Dnwy
iiiiiii'iiil elairni iltonle abotil four mlM
Ibove Perguidn on smnii I'ork
cr.'i'k in the Trout Lnktj minlnw
division ofWost Kootenay .lifiriri »n.l
province of liiiiiah Columbia havoilone
Iho required work on the above- »•
t o ie.l inlnoral i-lnim-j fonlm viwn Mi
nml Mini In Order fo Ih.IiI I In-'mini.' iiii-
ih;r Hvt'il.in _ „f d„. rnJnefal scl, irnrf i'
WJlliiii IK>«l»yt> of Uiii, ,,„ii,.„ voiifmliT
rofiiw) to contribute your portion of
mirli expenditure tor work done, togoth*
br with the cost of Ibis ijdvertiso.npnt,
your inleri'dt in the hhI.1 mineral clnlnn
will lici'onm Un, iiropt'i'iv of thesnb*
scribed under section i ofthoMinorsI
Act Amendment Act of mon. Pnicdal
rrout I-itko ilii- _ili dny of March '05,
a-J.3'05. t',,.„,vui't

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