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Has a larger circu-
ilian any Weekly
Newspaper in N.
Kootenay. Ibst advertising   medium.
Lardeau
VOL. J
NOV 25 1004
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a
Tie representative
of the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for $2
per an. in advance.
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.   C, NOV. i8th 1904.
No. 2.
The   Famous
Lucky Jack
TANGHE WINS APPEAL IN
THE POPLAR CA8E AFTER
WEARISOME  LITIGATION.
After many days Tanghe has be-
ci me firmly established in his
placer cluim located over 11 part of u
lode claim at Poplar, the lode claim
being ihe  celebrated   Lucky .lack.
Tanghe  has been  described  as a
claim  jumper, a   holdup man, a
blackmailer and  a  thief, obeying
nol the voice of the gold commts-
-ion r.   Mi. Tanghe has had much
difficulty in obtaining a title to his,
placer claim and  has. incidental! v, ' U"'" Hhki"K ,he Pwlncial K<>vcrn-
placed his name in  the law librar- me,,t "' cl,a"KC l,U)  l,reHeut  "r
enact new   laws   which   would for
nil time lo come  aettlo this vexed
question.
which will obviate any difficulty
along (his line in tho future.
Tiiorc is no doubt in the present
cast) it was a miscarriage of justice, although   it  is Ihw, and thai
the decision will  havo a d<' .'
effect on (he prosperity of the
richest gold district in British
Co'umbia. Under the decision II
is practically Impossible for a lode
locator to do any business unless
lie placers bis own ground whicb
enlaila heuvy costs and untold
trouble. In fact we have known
several locators who have staked
ground nnd I'ovt-rvd up tho gold
showing, until such times as ihey
can operate without danger ol
having their claims located as
placer ground
We would suggest that a petition be framed and copies of it be
sent all over the district for sigmi
has the claim.
It wa- p,  September,  V.ny.l that
Tanghe  located the placer claim
ovi r the Lucky Jack.   The Lucky
.lack was a lode claim that -prang  •'
into BUdden fame   as  a modern Fl
1- • do
Ui   langhc he-ird and Investiga*
t d      F\ idently   he  found that in
tl II W 1-  g dd   that glit'er-
I -o he staki d a placer claim.
Mi    I of the   Lucky Jack
lined to tin- gold commission-
■ 1    It   I'aughe  was jumping his
and   - valing   his gold,  and
M   coiiiniiasioncr   ordered
I
woul I iven   Tanghe  n new
I'll!   ..1 t the   one he wanted
I. ■    I" fore   whom  tho
use na-   appeared,   Mr. Justice
M Him lie trial judge, and chief
Hun.-r.    with    Jus'ic.s
Irving 1,ml   Duff   of   the full court.
Ferguson Items.
■:•
I/w Thompson and Will Welles had a BUOOt-S-fal prospecting
trip up Gajuer ere-k this wei k.
Thiy report having staked an
eye-opener,
Iu conversation with our representative ibis week, Jack Ohism
an expert milling man of some 20
years' experience gave it as bit
opinion that ihe Lardeau coiinirv
T,,is had 1 p.al in He world. Speaking of the 1'oplar cati.p Mr. (hism
said that he had never seen anything to approach the mineral
wealth of   the Swede gtoup.    Hi'
Was of the opinion thai the whole
of the provinc- would flourish with
the revisi >n of the   mining laws of
ah   .     the   appeal   was eon-   ,;„.,.„„„,„.
■ i  il.-  morning,  all agreed
:    t the 1 old commiss'oner had no
■! ' this.
;, r ii.     civil   action  following
ng oi Tanghe  int. prison
. 1 J.  P's   Mr   Tanghi took
Iter to il,,  supreme court in
:   1 .u.d ii nas  tried by Mr
\!      ,,    Mr   ..»    11  Mac.      Rev.   F. K   sha.pc  conducted
Neil fought for Tanghe aud Mr. W,     rvioein the chapel on Sunday
\  Mai |oi ild K c. .ils....fi;.,- eveningla»t and a- fair-abed con-
land,   defended the   Lucky   .lack gn-gation greeted him.
from the Inroads of  the  plaintiff      ,;,.,llt activity   prevails at  the
Mi  Justice   Man.:,  held  that the Feiguson saw-mills and somd fine
tith of Mr   Tanghe to his phuer ll)r,s .m. be| ^   ,,,1,.,!    by   Frank
claim was perfectly good, so Mr. Lcbeau.
A dauoo was held In the opera
bouse   on   S.itur lay   evening  last
and was very well attended. Miss
Edwards thumped the ivories to
the satisfaction of the devotees of
the 111:1/.v wait/   until   the dawn of
Sabbath.
II   Ma -      Re*-   B-  K.  Sharpe  o
At    Five-Mile   houses  are  sth'1
L'oillg UJ).
Mr. J. W, Bennett, yard foreman
at the Silver Mill met with a very
painful accident whilst at work on
Saturday last. lie was supervising
the haulage of some lead concentrates from the huddle floor to the
exterior of the building, an deviling tramway hy horse power being
the mode of transit. By some
means his left hand got under tin
wheels of the car, and two of his
lingers were severed, and a third
one badly contused. Mr. Bennett
has the sympathy of all who know
him, and especially is this tin- ca»0
Bt the Five-Mile camp, where he i-
very popular.
Business in Ferguson has brightened up considerably the past few
kays. There is a feeling locally
that busy times would come with
the first fall of snow. Indeed, this
prophetic notion is proving a recognized iruisin. Tho stores report
gnat activity. Every man in t vn
has lots of jobs confronting 11 1,
and the pro'pects look exceed.. _lv
rosy for the winter. The mill has
now n full s aff of men, the Silver
Cup, Kettle I... Triune, Surprise
and several smaller mines will be
fully employed all winter, and
good times  will predominate.
My " Lady of the Snows " spread
a hoary three-inch mantle over
our peao ful city after " curfew
tolled the knell of parting day '' on
Wednesday last. Pedestrians,
riders and drivers v ill welcome the
icy clutch of Jack FlOSt Oil the
king's highway, as the latter is
now a veritable sea of mud. Tin
local kids had a (ireat time among
"the b autifiil" on Thursday
mors ing. and many a pater had to
rejuvenate with nail and hammer
a sleigh which bad done good ser-
\ ice fcr the kids in previous years.
Hats off to the promo! rs of tho
Ball held ill the Alexandria Opera
House on Thanksgiving Day.
Twas   n   glorious giddy  success.
... Lake LoeaSets.
■*
:i rh vfr.rfr *!r xtt vS/ rf? rb rf» <r iti -.;.- '.
Joe Murray was down from the
Beatrice mine during the week. A
force of lee men are working en
the properly. Supplies have beei
taken iu aud work continued
throughout the winte**. The vein
averages two feet of clean ore
samples of which give an average
of over $100 per ton.
Fob
block
Mis. .1. il. German, 608 University
St. Seattle. Wash.
rink
SALE:—Lots   85    and   86
7, Trout  Lake.     Apply to
Alec Crewford was i:i from Bea-
1011 Tuesday attending the sheriff's sale of mill property. He
went home alic becoming the
purcbeser of the horses and harness.
Malcolm Matheson an 1 Charlie
Copp have imitated the bear and
holed ihemtelvel up at the Triune
for   the   winter.      Unlike   bruin,
iwevor, wo expect them to come
out in tho balmy spring piiat in
body as well as 111 pocket.
Simpson says: I never drink
behind the bar but I sometimes
smoke a good cigar, Royal Seal.
The management of iho Mill Co.
have evidently made up theii
minds to do tho right thing. \X>
are iufonned tl a* the men who
had accepted the eighty cent compromise are having tho other 2(1
tenia sent them. Wc are always
willing to givo credit where it is
due and ihe company is to be eon-
gra'ulated in accepting the situation and going furllor than they
were legally lound to do.
Will   Abraham-01   ha d   a
sutv>y made and plant prepared
for u new toad extruding, troin ihe
piece built this summer, through
his addition and connecting witli
the main road at a point about the
bottom of the bill. The plan has
been submitted to Go.ernmeul
Ageut Chipmou and a grant wih
ha asked   for   tho   gradiug  out if
The ball given by the
people on Thanksgiving night was
a'grand success so far as enjoyment went but financially will not
be of much assistance in putting
in the needed improvements. The
directorate of the rink extend their
hearty thanks to the ladies who so
bountifully provided the refreshments also to the musical director
Mr. G. XV. Carothers and flocr
manager, Mr. Jack Smith.
I). McLelland, George and Eli
Edge were in from Camborne on
Thanksgiving day.
George Lux, the model rancher
of Beaton was a   visitor Thursdav.
At the sheriff's sale of logs at the
mill on   Friday  nearly  a   million
feel of logs w.rc sold to K. L. Kin
man.   Th
.-.I   down
Open   Letter
from Union
Officials.
Rossland, B. C,
Nov. 2, 1904
Dear Sir and Bro.
On account of certain influences
being brought to bear to work up
a feeling against the Conservative
candidate for this riding, Mr. C. H.
Mackintosh, we beg to inform you
Ihat Mr. Mackintosh was the only
friend we had during the late strike
here, and that housed his influence
on ou* behalf not once, but a dozen
times ; and, furthermore, his whole
career as a public man proves that
he  at any and all times has atood
■ l„t of piles were knock- uP,for th.e rights of organised labor,
' and on that  account the  members
to    Mill   Abrahams,.!). 0f the Rossland  Minors'Union are
f the  rest  of Ihe goods almost  unanimous in  supporting
The sale
advertised was postponed   for one him for parliament; and we appeal
week. Ito Ton ,0 ''" tn0 Fiime-    Please read
this letter in your meetings.
. \ J. C. SCOTT, F.S.
Fra^k Hooker wishes to announce his retirement from the
partnership exisiing between himself and William Schnell. Frank
will however be found in tho same
place and fulfilling his duties as
heretofore.
Signed
I C. B. DUKE, Pres.
Some twenty-flv. couples  graced
.,       .j ,   ,'., •   ,   ...  , .next years  grant.     Wo  tim.k i
the polished floor to music supplied I       (* (
by Mi.-s Edwards on the ptianoforti
These   People are Backing Galliher.
A. C. Gait oi  Rossland.  counsel
Don't forget the concert on the f"r the C,'Dtre ,Star Minin« Com'
cveniiwof the 22nd in the Odd P»* W!,nls ^"ik Wocalside put
Fellows hall. We wore all voung inJal1' Mr. Woodsidc was a mem-
ourselves and looked forward to l''r of the executive of the Rossland
the Xmas tree as the event of the Miner" Ulllon' ^>i"st which the
year. Everybody get in and help J604"3 Star obtoined Judgment for
provide a good time for the child-1*12'000 from Mr- Ju8tice Duff-
ren by potlatehing four bits for tl... fhat ^ecutive does not seem to
concert.   You'll enjoy the program. |,,ave h:ld nmch property since the
Andy Craig pulled off  a BUCCess-
Mor 1  n   appealed, and   tho  two
, 'in    I avi'  fought   over   the  old
.   nnd before   the   full court here,
the ■    ' ending before lunch in the
dismissal of the appeal.
Their lordships decided that the
im locati d   by Tanghe  was  a
bona   fide   pin ■ r  claim   and   that
1    lot ated it in  good faith as
a p'ai   . in aid   not as a black-
mail'   ■ sell, me.
1 hi. f Justice Hunter added that
the I'l.e'i r Ad should be amended
Ml   .1 tO
1 can  bo  loi ated  over
■ i except   with   the  pcrinis-i  n
1 f 1 he gold commissioner.
There is 111 truth in the minor
thai mayor Marshall has a jmt-
luanent situation.
The long tunnel is Ihe one th me
of gossip in Ferguson now. All
sorts of conjectures are on fool as
to the exact point of commencing
the great drive.    Certain it is that
wl 111  operations  arc   fairly under
way this will be  a veritable land
of milk and honey.   The disgruntled   pessimists   returning   to t"Wn
are seised with a   species  of stage
provide    Il1.1t   110   placer , '
.  -   fright   at   the magnitude  of the
11 lode       " n
deal .   .
and As P. ol with violin. Basil
I". Smith as master of ceremonies
was all that ould be desin I. The
party dispersed at an early hour
highly delighted with what must
be voted a SUCCOStful night
After  November    1st   1901   the
Send iv trips of  Ihe   Steamer Geo.
F. Piper between Comaplix, Beaton and Arrowlund will be ili-eoii-
linni (I until flirlher notice
Act Should be Remedied.
The supreme coutt of British
The lower   tunnel on   the Mohi-
;in is in H) feel.
There's  a   fellow   in   town   who
as   snob  a love for a enyctisc I hat
Columbia baa given Its decision (n he takes it to bod with him.   This
t..v r of Ti-itgho   io  ihe fiuuous may come ns n surprise to»very •
l.lickv ,l.n I. case,     We do not lil.d   hilt tllC'e's (10 cause to  be illll'ioll-.
fault wiih   lb.-   honorable juallcn ,      A ll(lg . boulder   King acr SB the
for wo bolf«vo they Int. rpretu.l th- ronj   jUB,   bulow   the  main  road
lav,   as  ihcy found  it.   It la nn- bridge    was    removed   by   Andy
fonuuai .   however,   t'at    there'panov»B mon jtt8t Friday.
shoul I bo biicIi a looseness In the .'.,,,                     ,  ,.    .,
,.   ,      i             iii Mr. \\ . Gunlerinaii   and   lamily
lauiiiio of the   laws   which loaves /
,     , .         .                   .   .     ,, . wore in town on Silndav last  visit-
any   doubts   whatever   as   to  the ,      ,,       '     .,              ;    ,       '    ,
.  ,.      ,  ,.      ,,r . ,. ,   -i.-.-. _j ing Mrs. Need bain at I bo hospital,
rights  ol   the different  classes ol B                                            '
locators.    Our   Country   is young, Through  falling down a shaft at
and woof courso cannot have all Nellie L.  mine on Tiiosday last, a
matters in u state of absolute per- man   named Con very sustained   a
fceln.ss.   We must live and learn, broken wrist and a severe bruising.
nnd   wo   have no  doubl  that the lie is being well  cared   for  a,t the
jiext legislature will  enact laws Miner's Hospital,
Poplar Creek Pars.
Billy .lost has qui! Poplar and
gone back ip the cattle ranges of
Wyoming territory.
George Matthews and his crew
arc down from tho Spyglass mine
which closed down  for the winter.
would   be
the town
a big improvement U
• have ih • WOl k done
Lardo   has   not
from   the   I'ffeets
celebrated  there
•Jiiih nil.
fully   recovered
of tin- wedding
on  WCliii   lay.
F. L. Mora ml  led   Monday for a
pleasure trip   through   the Okana-
gaii, via   Trout   Lake  and   Arrow
head.
The Poplar saw-mill ha* closed
down for the winter, Low price of
lumber in   the  Northwest   is the
cause
John X. (lolo Ml ruck ore in the
tunnel   of   tho   Moth t   I. idu   on
Thursday and reports tin- property
steadily improving with development,
The Gaudy group   is   How being
worked  by   contract,   Paul    Ulan
chard   having been   awarded   the
(irsi loi) feel of tunnelling during
the past week.
Halloween was celfhraled by a
surprise party lo Gust al the
Grand,    Dancing was  kepi up nn-
lil I or 5 a. in.   and all thoroughly J of  1160   per  ton.      We   wi
enjoyed themselves, | lessees all kilidtf ol sii SB
ful shoot for chickens on Thursday
Competition was keen and the
shooting go.xl the outer ring of the
target being shot almost to pieces.
A revi Iver match was the event of
the day the contestants being such
well known shots as Fred Elliott,
Jack Chism. Ed, Morgan. F.I.
Yip.mil an! Jack Crawford. With
the .Mept.ii of Jack Crawford,
who never held a revolver before
all the rest were wdl known as
crack shots and great interest was
centered in the event Jack's shot
was a.  .  to hil  tho outer i
the    tar   "I     '.el   of   .'.Ill's .   he  was
i. 11 ii it .   : >ly told  that h • was i
of it. r Bt  of ihe ii. r\-
shots . ■ ' not be «1 i-1i11:_ lished
ami it wa.- ..f . ..iir-c supposed they
were all embedded in the black
spot representing the hull's .v.-
On close inspection, however, with
a microscope dlvil S mark was
tl ere at all and Jack went home
champion revolver shot ami the
jio Bessor of the chicken,
A. G. Fraser   has  ordered a nice
variety   of   Toys   and   Christmas
A   Shipment  from Lucky u    Is    Don't send to sweat shops
Boy goes S170 to
We have to congratulate Mr.
and Mr-. N'al, Abrauatuaou on
ih«* arrival last Sunday of a son
and ht i r. Notwithstanding hh
rheumatic, Noah la as lively as a
kitten, ami has a gigantic smile
for everybody ihat drops in. Say :
the lir.st boy is not t" bo suet-Sod at
We've experienced thai joy.
Grand Values.
tho Ton.
The shipment of ore sent from
the Lucky Boy a week a.'o returned value- of $170 a ton. Mr
Fhreharl tho ma agcr w n- a roe
ably surprised as the shipment was
n •! i f what might b ■ termed their
best grade of .uc    Bo wen l'> and
until you bi e his stock,
The polling   booth   f ir   Tuesday i
next will he upstni a  in the reception r.n f ihe OddfellowB hall.
Tro'.i; Lake.
When yon want ■:.,,; fn ill
churned Ii itter ask Masterson,
Oriffltli .'   ^>-. for Wild Swan
Malcolm Beaton, after who u
the   town   of   Beaton    was  nannd
20 men are employed on the prop v,„ „ yltU , , ,ls ftcek
eriy ami th■ devclopniciil  work i-  	
progrpssiiig very   fav rably.     No NOTICE
ore is 1. ing taken ottl only n lial i-
neoesrary iu ftirthcring the plan of ' hcri'b.v -iv" n,,,i  '  thft< :" ,l"
dcvul .pmont.    When thee is suf- noting'of the
liei, nl SHOW    t'l    pUl   ihfl   rawhidi
trail in good shape   sloping will hi
colillll 'lie.
Coinmissioiii rs
. ■ i _
d   t!i,
Ol     \.\v.   |1 (.'
(Vinsworth
License district, to  lie   held   at l|ic
a,,d\o"l Vubstnnlial Mi"i''' l;"""''!'''   «««»  '' Trout
shi|utie is made,
Work oil tl|0 adjoining pruporl \ .
the lloi.scshoe, was resumed this
week under lease to Alex McLean
and L. MoLellan. The ore is of
the same grade as the Lucky Boy,
Last winter the owners Messrs.
Craig & llillinan worked the prop
..:. .... December 15th, 1001, I
shall app!\ for permission to trans,
for my license for tho Common [nl
Hotel, 1'oplar, to Charles Hanson.
Hated November Iflth, 1904.
XV.   II \NSON.
A Service ot   Song will  he given
judgment was obtained, and on
October 1st Mr. Gait secured an
order for the examination of Mr.
Woodside in connection with this.
This examination took place on
November 5th, and Mr. Gait claims
thai Mr. Woodside's answers were
unsatisfactory. On this ground
Mr. Gait applied to Mr. Justice
Morrison, in supreme court chambers in Vancouver on Saturday to
have Mr. Woodside put in jail.—
Tribune.
Galliher  the   Enemy  of
Labor.
Following Up the allegation that
W. A. Galliher had signed a peti-
tion received by the Department of
Mim- at Victoria, asking for the
Repeal of the Fight-Hour Law, we
append the following in reply to
Mr. t.ailiher's Hat denial of signing
such a petition :
•J. B. McArtbur, Chairman Lilier-
Committee,  Rossland, B. C.
"Sir:   The undersigned, having
at your request investigated the
truth of the charge made by John
McKaiie. Liberal-Conservative candidate at a meeting held in Ross-
land on the Kith day of November
1900, to the effect that W. A.
Galliher had signed a certain petition to the Minister of Mines, dated April 1st, 1899, REQUESTING
THE SUSPENSION THE EIGHT
HOUR LAW, beg leave to report
as follows:
Tli.it on the 29th of November,
1900. Mr. Dickson appeared before us and submitted statutory
declarations of himself and George
8, B. P. rry; that Mr. W. A. Galliher was present and also made a
statement,
"II.i\ ing hoard the above declaration and Mr. Galliher's sta'emont
We arc of   the   opinion    that    Mr
Gallih.r signed the petition referred I" by Mr. John Mck'niie.
(Signed) "J. v. McCRAE, Lib.
"Alex  HICK. Lab.
' A. II. Ma.NKTLL,
Con.
erty and shipped quite a quantity 'nJere"0" "" .S"?3*? T^P
, . ,' ,     ii 80.     I nere   will   he duets by the.
of ore which gave an average value ,.hli,|,vl,,   and M|eciions  by  the
of   1180   I"'!'   toll.       We    Wish   tl   '   ,.]„,ir    nnd   everiooe   is    e,„',li..ll..
choir,   and  everyone   is   cordially
invited.
Save up your cash—money saved
is l  v made      On and   after tho
1st day of December \ve will Hiave
all of our goods in Ih estore marked
down Ic look-lw.iloui prices, and
from lh.it lime OU will sell for .ash
only.—M \-ri:n-o\. (;un 11in A Co,
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HURRAY 0> ATHERTON Pubbshsrt
HONOR VERSUS PAP.
MINING   tl.QU relit,,,  d to O'.l, wi.       Not  to
|lo knocked out, ono of the officers
"' 'he Union look individual
;'"'"0M !,I"1 Bvcurod convictions,
h-avlng   himself oi.cn   to  heavy
iC-'sts  bid   l.e  failed   to make  lb
charge stick.    It  was  the du.y of
Ibogovirnraenttopush tl.echarge,
bUI   Ihe  influence of the "hill"
was greater than that of tho men
who were striving for their rights.
Mackintosh,  ou  the other   band,
did   all   he   could   for the men j'
talked for t hem j worked for them,
'""'stayed witHthem to the finish.
Where was Gallihir all the time?
Ho   must   have  been   pushing for
Hie  $2,000 for Duncan   River im-
provoinci.'ts.
On Tuesday next, tho 22ml, the
free and  independent voter will
exercise bis supreme right of franchise.   It S'cms presumption that
newspapers    and   stump   orators
should attempt to instruct voters
of Ibis  enlightened  era.     Every
elector should be credited with in
telligenco euongh lo exeicise lha!
right without dictation from men
who   assume   a   superiority   because Ihey happen to be in a position   to    practically   force   their
opinions ou us.     In our own district   we  have   the   Liberal press]
culliug all men fools and liking
good   judgment  because  tiny fail
to see that Galliher should be re-  was impossibl
turned  by  reason  of the Laurier officer to visit
government  being sustained.     If
the Liberals are so devoid of lionor
BIG HILL'S BIG BLUFF.
It hits a sore spot when we accuse
Galliher of putting off theolec
 ..ons
in Kootenay riding until after tho
general elect ions.    The Kootenay
Mail,  Camborne  Miner, Rossland
Miner,   and the rest of the Liberal
press    evade   the   question   in   the
same  manner in which  their candidate evades it.    Tiny say that it
for  the returning
in seven days each
polling  sub-division,  appoint   his
agents, and deliver the ballot Im.xcs
that they would sncijfbe principle  We assert   this is a direct evasion
t> he with the  winning.side -and   and  a misrepresentation
expect for  no other reason  thatjBoultbee, th
fill    the   electors   should   .11  the
Two tchool tcacln rs were on tin
car just after the classes hud been
reformed, and they wore talkin
interestingly to themselves about
things generally in the departments in which they were engaged.
and the number of children in
their classes. Opposite to them
sat a rather old and neat woman,
who had a largo basket on the
Hour beside her.
" How many children have
you ? " asked one of the teachers
of the other.
" I have forty-seven."
Tha old woman looked up with
look of bewilderment rather than
surprise. " How many children
have you?" asked tho other
teacher.
•' I have sixty-five."
A look of deeper surprise came
over the face of the woman with
the basket, but she did not say a
word until she reach -1 her destination. While getting out of the
car she turned her head an 1 -aid
in a loud voice :
" I do not know who you are or
where you come from, but I think
you are a sliek pair of liars."
Masterson, Griffith
=—H&Co
dispute,
Dili.
same—we can  inform  lli'm that
Conservatives are maJc of better
atuir.    We arc inf.uni"d lie'.will
be no favors given to this riding
)f Mackintosh   is elec:cd ; that be
will not be able to get as go  1 appropriations    as    il   the  1/bera!
member is returned.     Is not this
puirup-ioUi lock, stock and In rrcl V
What manner of people do they
imagine, us?   Evidently a shoal of
grafteM recking government pap ije representative
We do not want one cent of money
frou   (be   Dominion   authorities
nnletta we are justly entitled lo it.
"When   the   Jailer  is tin caso, wo
wan1, and shall demand our rights
po mat er who sitsiu the high audi
mighty scat of the pap distributor.]
With the price of London lead at
£18, and with   the   price of copper
at  1-1  in  the   United States,   the
t'T" I mining   men   of    the   Kootenays
_____ Joan should be in g (spirits.   Silver
^^ returning officer, has „eepa a little below 60, hut th
H. P. McCraney as an assistant, I tone of the market is firm anc
and as a matter of fact and beyond etrong, and indicates a rise in the
dispute,    the    deimtv    -» :—Inear  fu'uro      After  a   long   dull
period it looks as if  good luck and
deputy
returnini
this   Wav
ioer was appointed and the ballot | JJJJ .,,„,._ „,.r„  ,,„„;„_,
box   sent  into Trout Lake by a i to stay for a while.
messenger.    The  return ing  officer  _r .    	
DOES  NOT   HAVE   TO   VISIT A MJNING man for a mining
EACH  SUB-DIVISION.     W. A.    country.    Vote  for c. h
Galliher DID in the House of Com-     MACKINTOSH.
nions  speak   against   the  election """"
being held simultaneously with the     Christmas in coming on apace,
rest, at the same time stating before and you will be buying presents
a representative body of men that   forth, old folks  miles away  and
the district which he represented
was   a    ! ovling   wilderni ss,   ami
could he traversed only with great
Save up
Your Cash
MONEY SAVED is
MONEY MADE.
On and afterthe 1st
day of December we
will have all of our
goods in the Store
marked down to
Rockbottom Prices,
and from that time
on will sell for Cash
only.
for the little ..in-.a home.    Just b
word  on   the subject,    Don't -• i <l
hardshi,
time.
nd   a   lose  ' f  valuable
BIG BILL AND THE Bit: "I.'
Galliher says he disrv.s the
Support of the voters because he
secured u. daily mail for us. After
lighting for two years, and /aving
filially to go over that honorable
gentleman's hcid, we got what was
coiii|ng to us. And Galliher
tomes in on I bo home run and
His us: *' I "(big eye) DID IT."
BIG HILL'S " PIG PULL"
Uallib'T claims by reason of bis
" big  pull "  nt  Ottawa   to   havi
forced the government to |ay the
Lardo Railway laborers. Wo know
that as a firm of solicitors • iallibei
& Wilson hud the collecting of the
acjounta,   for   which  tin .   were
paid in the same manner as am
Other law firm,   " for  prof, ssiona
scrv»c is rend, red." Notw i,:,-landing his   boasted " pull"' and pn ■
dominating   "I,  MK" everyone
knows that  it took so Jong for the
government to get action, Ihat !<>>
per ooitt. of the  men bad left Ihe
country and had todispot   ,f Ibeii
time checks  as low us 15 tents on
the dollar.    As a mallei of fact in
Trout Lake one  man v a   seen t<
rcar  up  his chick   after iiying in
vain   lo   got   a week'" board ou
something    over    llO'i   in   time
phicks.     Good work ou our member's part, wasn't il V   Tin o days
w; s sufficient for our C nisi rvatir.
inember   foi   the  provini '  I house
to d i practically the sauiu  thing
with the Mill Company
A vole for Mackintosh is a nail
in the enflin of boodleism. If we
send Mackinto-h to the Commons
we may n si assured of our interests
being advocated.     If Galliher will
cease blowing and tell us what he
CAN'T do, Mak will set about
ac omplishing H if It 'ends towards
advancement of the Kootenays.
back east for  your presents ;
local   merchants   can   d
or   even   bettor  f' r  you.     ii vou
doubt  this,  call  on  your favorite
storekeeper and talk the thing ovi r
If he has not the goods <.-n hand
you require, let him get them for
you.    Jie loyal to your local trad-
men, for  they are  ever  ready to
support with an open purse anj
improv men)  to their own town.
Tim Baton won't dip down to help
your town  build   new sidewalks,
uor will Simps .it  he|p  u.s out in
any shape or form.
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
a
II
[llIN   visiting   Ferguson you
m  i M Slav al Ihe Laideau
Lintel.      Hero   the   visitor
will   be   surrounded   with
homo comforts.   Excellent
cuisine,     well   ventilated
and    warm    rooms,    well
stocked bar,   and   everything which
In da  towards   making your visit a
pleasant and  memorable one.
Bates from $1  day upward-.
We strive to please our patrons.
FERGUS0N.
NEW
BOOKS
A LADDER OF SWORDS
By Gilbert Parker, cloth, $1.50
THE LAST HOPE.
By 11. S Mi "ii!,, .i . cloth, 1.50
THE MYSTIC SPRING.
By D.W. Higgins, Victoria,! .50
FOSTER'S'BRIDGE' MANUAL
Cloth, 1.50
liiiild'ng Trad*i  P.. ket Pi>ok
Business Man's Pocket P.«.k
Mechanic's Pocket Mem random
Three vols  1.50
Put by Ihe International Correspond
enre School at (1 . «' I. "in price tl
MACKINNON and
1    SUTHERLAND
maflmgaMCoJ
nELSON,  B   C
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
|>i^_^^^aji^^^a^%^
NOW
is Ihe time f»r you io
to liny Lot*. No ■ r w. re
the Pr mpectB of Fergnson
b<» bright.
Th* Town .,r FERGUSON
win be one of the Greatest
< ire Pro locing I' imps iu the
World.     Tha   high   degree  of
success achieved by the
numerous WE v I.TH V and
PRACTICAL BRIT18H and
A M I RICAN MIN ING
COMPANIES now opera I leg
there   is   a    tiibute   lo    His
tremendous wealth of the hill*
Celebrated Brandi   >i
and Eggs.
NELSON,
Hum, Bacon
B   C
FT&GUSON
S I'l';,'li<: M,nl Hospital, and 3
P^v l it '   •. i-   i ■, i i . i ..» : .. #™*
BIO HILLS WATKI; ,oo.
When Urn strike was on m K„M.
land n great many ,,., „ „,._,. jt.,
ported from MlSfOUr] to i„|<o the
place ol (he strikers. Tie Minors'
I ""nsskMltlio Domini,,, govern
ment to send their ,,,„,,„,aliv(J
puttoennirru Into the affair and
prosecute under Ihe Ali,„ Labor
Act-      The    lepiesentn,,,,   ra„1(,
did not Interview ihe  Min-i
Union, hui climbed the bill and
hobnobbed    nit),   Hie   high   and
mighty,  and  ramc to ii,„conclo-i
»  tl'i'1 l'"c..iil.l.|.1|i„,1,ijlgi ,,,,,,'gj
Suits for the
Winter.
I.' beat for PHH■!•;. QUALITY and Styh
■ agenis for all ihe BEST HOUSES,
yon   ..I-'-   looking  for ii H"> " ■•■■ -T Winter
It   I be   Way
Hi
We ,,
We are
Wl.ai
,V '''"'"''   y " "•"' ,|",,i" "i our Sio-c   and ,.
.   /-"'." ••'-n.ey ,, „„,,.,, „ .■■i;;':;i'ii-
Groceries.
invio       .       -y' Y°U   VV"'"   U|L'   Bust.      Vot,   Hru
;:;,,:1U::.,",h"""' ™ -•— .< - J* :z:
W' ,l"v" • ^N V«l In Winter Omooata.
FERGUSON - - B. 0.
flADDEN HOUSE BSKflES
lie \(,ll I., »'i! a e, lllein.'i.l     iieti..'-     tfMl.tr.l
ill- Madden 11---.--■.   w,    rarnubed mania
llgtlltd   l,.v ilot-lrlelly, llr-lcln^-  l."iird.    In
tl,e l...rVIMI Mill llll.l II III.' U-SI llolMI'Klll' Mint
Imparted llquori end olj
Thomes Madden. Prop- _____
E.Ferguson & Co.|     I
H
I
Publlo Bchool, Hospital, ftIlll
other InsHtariona. ExobIImi
J u-erwoika »jr«cin. Slri„.t
Jores ,„„ Residences ill„-
»»ned by i,:,.e,riei,v. Dailv
!""   »'. rv.ee.    The townsite
--JHitablyhiidou, Got In
•M H on the -n,u,„l ih,f)r.
Lota can   „ow   be  purchased
o
FROn
Wholesale dealers In \\'itim. Llqnon
mid Cigars.    At'elilii for 1'iibst Peer.
NELSON, B, C.
y,
Mesa. O.I.C.A.
CHARTBRBO ACCOUNTANT
Regular and Special Audita,   Refer-
enoa.   Canadian Bank ol Commerce,
NELSON, 13. C
iOSSLAND  DIRECTORY
.... a
Lion Brewing Co. J   V
I       IK.  I-__»-_■  -—
$?5 __
T0WN51 m AGENT ^
HENRY FLOYD 1
REVEI.STOKE, B. c. |
9
m
Prospectors' Exchange
l>i; a r/vM   _ ^—'
L'MITED
Brewers of Beer & Porter.
KEPT AT ALL HOTELS,
BEATON, iu.
ROSSLAND,
B. C,
l i FORA arriving al Boaton (tha threshold ..f tha Lardeau)
\ii \ i I'ovlieiid, Mill find thii Hotel lo bs fully squipped
for bl|ib-clBM trade, Kxcallenl aocummudation. a well
appointed and ipsoiout dining ball The best ol Wines, 8pliHi
*nil Cigars. Personal lupsrrlsion i« given to the requlrenenti of
patroi.i  VisiiniH to il,t, Lardeau can rely or. comfoii si thli hotel.
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop. f!
■ D \
■M *'•■- _T2LrM
kU/
There is not one mining man in the House of Commons   -   -  Vote for Mackintosh
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
BAR WELL BUI'l'LIED WITH
Liquors and Cigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
First Class Board.
Madden & Levesque
Props
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEKH
Livery and Dray Stabes
Saddle, Pack aud Cartage Horses Always for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
♦+♦»♦♦♦»
Ilailv Stag, leave.   Ileaton al 18 o'clock for Trout Lake Ferguson ind Camborne
Leaves Fergnson, *ia Tiuut Lake for Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Btablee at Tr..u; Lake, Beaton, l-'erguson and Camborne
IMPERIAL BANK   OF CANADA
LEGAL
FRED 0. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, B. C.     and Ferguson.
Q«0, H. McC'-rt*r.
A. tl
J   A. liarrey
1'lnkiinin.
HARVEY McfJRTER & PiNKUHAH
BARRIBTER8.
SOLICITOUS, Etc.
REVEL3TOKC   B. O.
Branch om.-.-s  ut Gulden. Kcrnle an Pert
HK-ele. U. (J.
cii.irar,»r 1 ,i.[.riki. Hank ofCnnada.
JOHN MANNING SCOTT,
A., L..L..B.
BAUKIKTKKS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
Reveistoke Station.
B.C.
City   Drug    Store eambome.
*""^ Bob Gunn  has-  taken over   the
Coronation hotel.     The Imperial,
vacated  bv  him. will be dosed for
A Full Line   of Choice Stationery
■       .   n . ■ Andy  McKay i" now receiving
JUSt iVGCClVed. medical  treatment   in New West-
ALSO,
A SPECIALTY.
School Supplies, Proprietary medicines,
Toilet articles, Etc. Prescription work
STRICTLY   CASH.
WINDSOE HOTEL
TROUT L.AKE. B.C.
Best Hotel in Town.
Headquarters for Mini anil Coinmercial Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIR9TCLAS3
D. R. McLENNM,   PROPRIETOR
W.  Abrahamson
Capital Authorized, #4,000,000
Capital (paid ni>] - •MO,O0O
Kent   •       -       •    MSOiOOO
Mad Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Branrhf* In lbs North weal Territories, Provtaees of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario aad Quebec.
D R  WILKIK, Vice-Pro. and Gen. Man.
W. MOFFAT, Chiet Inspector
T. K   UERRITT, Presi.lent.
K HAY, Assistant ilea. Manager
Trial     L«««,     B.    0. Hraaca   K    Ornrr.l     HinOn;    BailatM    Trai-tutW
Baviajts Department—Deposits received mid intereat allowed.
nn,n< loM avaUabM in nil parts of Danada,
I'.. lad Klataa »...t Kur..|N.
npr<-iM "if 'i ••» «!»•'> lo ooMacUoaa and
Mining Boada,
K. K. BOULTBEE,
ria-afor
B. J.
CUMMINS
(leneral Btora.    Kull I lol
<,f * ■k,i,h-,i (too la.    I rtuta
In so,iw)ii.   lllg „--^',rtiiienl
Ol Smoker-' SnppUl -.
offlpri.riiip Blf Bend TelepboM Oo
FERGUSON
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Lennoxville
^-^Hotel,
E. MOBBS, PROP
Hotel and
General Store
OERRARD
B   C
Job Printing at Hw
Mining Review	
Arc'iuntatit.       ....        Amlitor.     I
J. ('. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
o.itc"i,lo eosipanjrs' intereati carefully
looked a'ler.
lf«al lor HatnUmao • 1'ianoi
V.M  Westfall & Co.
ft B. Batho
Get a Home
For   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Rent—~
EASY^TERMS.
»€5 ,»*>«**,- t^iX^L^F
I
04H
©K      J
Barber Shop :
AGENT FOR GIANT POWDEB
FUSE ASD CAPS.
SURVEYORS
LESSEE of the ALEXANDRIA MALL
FERGUSON, B.C.
Poat Office Block,
Main Street.
MIii.uk Hroki n
Mining .'r..i»riir« R.porled i>n.
' r   ..p.. i- rfoujthl a...I K.   i
Mli lusPro|wrUaaLookM UttrfbrStaa-tleal-
d. ala.
'
lUBlea
Tr.nr Luke. B. C.
Hssaging
Packing and
Freighting
.     .   rfr. •&
>ackinz w
,  -.    .    .        :    .    .    .  •:.•.-■.:••:■■:• ■:.• •:■•:.• rf  ■:• •:• ■& ~:>
Ferguson   packing
and
Transfer   Outfit.
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveypd
and Crown Oranta Obtained
Kmldciica-Neit Iteoord "(He*.
'In.id ..akf. B C.
— von a—
Oood Shave or flair Cut
— CALL OK —
William Schnell,
"TROUT   i_ake:
o c.
aoooooc w--i.--
Hot and Co'd Batha
r
tCtO-C'
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,    etc.     All  work
Guaranteed.
Cold or Sllvei
Hold and Bilrei
VM\. r in 'I Lead
< • Ppei     	
Zinc     	
tl 50
|S 00
I 60
I 00
|l 50
Co jlraelp eiit.ieil into  f..r parkin? of Mining Koppliep, etc.
to anv point in ths district.
Qood, prompt sondes, and any work nnditrUku guaranteed
■atiafaotory.
SHANNON,  '.jsayer
FKKOC50N It. C
v
i   :
Ferguson.
■:  ■:-
S. Daney, Prop, t
•:■•: ■ :■-:-  :■•:•■•••■• •  ■•  Jjoft
A. R. I1KYLAND,
I'KOVJNUAl. I.AM) MRVKVoR
Mineral (JlsitDS Surveyed
POPLAR, KASLO,
W. H. Jones,
minster.
The Mammoth Iws a tremendous
amount of ore in readiness for the
rawhiders. Tlie wagon road from
town to Ruby Silver creek is now
completed. A bridge across Fish
river has also been constructed to
facilitate the hauling of ore from
the Mammotli.
A concert bv tho scliool children
was given yesterday (Thursday).
Wo lenrn that a nice round sum
was raked in, and Santa Claus will
lavishly bestow his Xnnis pre—ins
acoordingly. The entertaiment by
the tots was a complete success, and
the performers gave promise ol
histrionic merit, a tribute to those
• sponsible for toe organization of
the entertainment and the tuition
b. stowed upon the children.
The last gold brick from the
oyster Criterion mill prior to the
closing down was of the value of
82.800. Nothing definite is yet
■ una- tn when operations will
be resumed, but it is thought a
short time will see the mill pound-
_ away again with an additional
IU stamps. In the meanwhile the
affairs of the Great Northi rn Mines
Limited are being straightened out.
The Eva Mill co. are having pipes
hauled from the  Landing for their
tern plated   compressor.     The
J j tram v ill   be  completed   shortly.
1 the mill will be in active
"(.oration in another week or so.
At the Silver Dollar a number of
m.n have made much progress
with development work, and the
ground is being cleared for the
sawmill.
Voters. At the present moment
it is imperative that a mining
be sent to the Commons. Th re
- NOT ONE MINING MAN at
Ottawa. There are SHOALS OF
LAWYERS, and the sensible
elector will realize the jobs they
are seeking. Let as put A MINING
MAN at the toji and help out our
country.    Vote for Mackintosh.
0
5
*■ MUiM Beaton Paragraph...
NEW YORK LIFE ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
For Investment and Protection
Loose
Printim;.
leaf    Hinders,    Fine   Jul.
NELSON. B. C.
THO.«. TAYLOR. Agent.
Revei-stokk    and     Trout Lakk.
Get Ready for Win
Let us sell you a stove either for cooking or heating
or both. We have The kind that* gives most heat
from least fuel and at Eastern Prices.
A. W. EDGE
Pairjtcr
Decorator
TROUT    LAKE
IlC
Let Us Show You What We Have
Groceries, Underwear, Shirts,   Shoes, Rubbers,  &c, &c.
A big stock ®> a good stock to choose from
Best Goods, Prompt Service Lowest Prices
Correct Weight, Courteous Treatment
\. C. FRASER - - - TROUT LAKE.
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOUGH!
CASH      PJUCES     PAID
F. A. Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland,    - -    B. C.
Member Rossland Stock Exchange
If you have Lardeau Stockg Write mo
Mr.  and   Mrs.   W.  (Junterman
and son  Harry left yesterday for
Bi ittle, Wash. 11 is their inten-
I ii to remain there with friends
until shortly after Xmas, when
they will migrate to'Frisco, return-
to thir favored country " when
the summer conns again."
Billy Boyd intends to give a
grand dance and gigantic welcome
at the formal opening of the 1'ros-
(.■. ton' Exchange hotel. May we
be there to see. Excellent progress
has been made the past week with
he interior, and when completed
il will present a \ery pleasing
appearance,
Th. lumber industry around
Beaton is in a flourishing condition at the present time. Alex.
Crawford has a vast quantity of
splendid loga piled at his camp,
and be is filling orders as speedily
aa possible. At the Hurr ifc Bush
logging camp the dam being eon-
structed near Thompson basin is
well nigh completed. Here, too,
-nine excellent logs are to be seen,
ind a large force of men will be
mployed among the limb r this
.i inter.
dredger which is cuttii g .
channel  from   the  laku is BOW in
i  a quarter ol a mile.   The
.   nel   when    ri.iiipleti.il  will  bo
i ii mens, service to tire town of
Hi .' 'ii,   and   the   hitherto   ineoii-
nee experii m "I al low water
will be ol.\ iated
\ vote for Mackintosh Ii a bullet
fired into the Commons on b liall
of tliu working
M.ickillto.-h    b. I      been    proved   a
frii ud of the workei    Galliher has
" be n tested and found wanting." - -
E?
rrL—!^»'  '   "-'■ rr-r;
Notice of Seizure and Sale.
Notice is hereby given that under ami
by virtue of certain warrants of cxecu
Won issued out ol the Supreme Curt ol
PritisU Colombia in several action-
wherein E. L. Kiiiiinui, C. C. Cleveland and CS. F. Cleveland carrying on
im.ineas rb J. L. Goodhue & Co", Boy.I
Burns and Company, Limited, T'n
Vancotlver.EngineerinK Works, I imiteil
Northern Machinery Company, All.i.:
Iron Works Company, Limited, arc r
inactively luaintma and the Canndim
Tinibor and Saw Mills, Limited, arc
defendants and to me directed agaiin
the goods and chattels of tho said Came
dian Timber and Saw Mills, Limited, 1
have seized and taken in execution th'
following described goods and chattel-.
jiamcly:
IN ENGINE   ROOM,
4 wood horses, I tube expander,
1 pair engine brasses,
1 quantity grease cups,
1 lubricator, 1 angle valve,
I quantity mill supplius,
1 wood chisel, 1 let pipe dies,
1,6 wrenches, 1 large .be stock,
1 pair calipers, 1 1k>\ uaugc gla
1 box nuts, 1 double hammer,
l quantity steel chisels aud punches
1 steel lever. 1 cupboard,
1 pUco rubber hose. 2 exes. 1 fork,
1 quantity fire brick, 1 step ladder,
1 pillar block,
1 stock and dies for pipes,
1 quantity greaso cups,
1 quantity files,
1 lot assnrtuil steam packing,
1 steam   whittle,   1  quantity rubber
packing.
1 connecting rod, 1 pine cutter,
'j pair chain tongs,
1 small die stork,
2 boxes  brass  fittings,  1  box rubber
In .-.'.
1 set copper oilers,  1   piece iron pip-.
I galvanisiid wash-tub
1 pevic slock, 3 pieces iron,
5 piecet castings, .1 shovels,
'J iron pokers, I pick,
1 piece .; inch pipe.
IS M.u H1HK shop.
1 brenst drill, 1 quantity paint.
1 Quantity liles, 1 qnantity puuel.es,
Sfnionkey wrenches, l boxsrrews,
J boxax« handles, 3 pioees tilliiua.
12 hog knives, 1j small pinions,
1 gasoline torch.
1  pleee sheet copper.
i qnantity iloani packing,
1 ratchet drill, l quantity file-..
I quantity taps, s pieces shafting,
1 mandrel, 1 qnantity bolts and fittings,
} qnantity lath tools,
1 quantity babbett metal.
1 quantity drills. L' oil crns,
3 oil cans, i quantity castings
1 irou pulley, 1 box livets,
J pulley wheel, l Uiriug machine,
l blacksmith's longs,
L* Iwxes electric fittiiiL>,
1 quantity OOtton Waste,
" nose bncketa
1 quantity chalk, l brush. 1 back law,
! qnantity eandla wick,
i lathe chuck, 1 quantity woo! bush-
Ing, l emery stone,
l keg nails, l quantity fittings
l blacksmith's vice,
I quantity irou fixtures, ".hammers,
I pick s. re-. I pine tongs,
l roller door, l grindstone,
•j box.-s parings, l ship aneer,
\ scrubbing brush, 1 atecl punch bar,
1 '.IXC, 1 pipe \'.-0,
J phlngle saw carriage,
l qnantity asbastoa paper,
I emery stones, l quantity Iron bracei
ON MAIN FLOOR.
I quajUtv casting!  and inillsiippi.es
(Lot No. 1).
!t lengths lire hose noasle an.l bracket,
10 pieces, ihaftlng, 10 Leas nails,
" peviat. 1 set blocks and rope,
1 pinch bar, 1 steam cylinder,
1 ladle, I lever weight. 1 piece zii.i.
8 roll. belting, l spray,
1 bbl. sliiuglu bauds, 18 pulleys,
1 aroerv wheel, ;iIsmail circular!     I
fl abingle packers, 1 piece ropi ,
1 quantity planer wronches,
n wood rollers, l grindstone,
2 radiators. - lumbei trucks,
1 step ladder, i can grease,
1 quantity brick,  ~  iron conveyor
boxes.
'J piece rope, 1 lot steam pipe.- nnd lit-
tings 1 to 4  Inches diumetiII
Wo. ■-'.''
1 pi.ee iron plate. 1 niu'gor head,
2 j.ike poles, 'i shovel-..
j pieces chain, 1 chain lever.
-' bell stretchers, 1 fun, 1 shafting box,
1 wood •htveblock, 1 tee hammer,
1 wrench, l shingle edger,
4 cast iron rollers, 4 bolt tlghtnors
I pair pipe tongs, *
1 quantity planer knives un.I l»>!l>-
12 side heed*, for planers,
1 set oilers. I iron whaell arrow,
\  automatic  saw sharpener,   1  ...il
wire.
. ;USntitV link belting.
. carpenter's bench, ' nan oil.
I WOOtl wheelbarrow,   '■'•   \
Ing,
'.'. sacks asbestos.
i piston connection,
CUPBOARD ON MAIN FLOOR.
1 piece tar rope, 1 crosscut saw.
1 shovel, one quantity lace leather,
1 quantity screws, B fie, 1 di Iftl .
1 quantity belting, 4 povles,
1 glue BOt, 1 .pianliu bulls,
l qnantity wider, 2 hamnior I
UN BAW1NG II oDii.
1 piece fire hose,  nozzle nnd hn   kol
1 water bml et, 1 pieci ilni Iron,
1 carriage trailer, i letter file,
2 lengths iteam cj Under,
1 pieces iteam pipe i Inch,
'20 iron rollers, I saw anvil,
2 quantities link belting,
1 shingle iiiaeliiiiu, one pinion,
One water bucket, 18 pieces casi uga,
Ii pieeei round iron, on.- Iratltfi        u
One band saw, 3 vyrcinbos,
One sluif'. coupling,
<lii. pair winch handles,
3ll circular saw a, 6 emery » lux■',.,
One inn.   poker,   1   carrenter'.  «ork
baoah,
I coil tarred lulh rope.
ON FILING 1 J.tXIIc.
7 oil COIIS, 1 laminar, I bar steel,
i baud laws, 1 set filer's tools,
P psviea, 1 axe, 4 shovels.
■'■'■> circular saws, 3 pieces saw blades
2 pieces eastings;, 2 hammers,
It brazing Irons,
One   lever   and   ralehel.    one  shall
collar.
One combination ahears sn.l punch,
One water bucket, one saw anvil,
One bratlng machine,
One straight edge steel,
One ear barge,
Kigteen emery wheels,
3 boxes saw teeth, one pinion,
One quantity saw tiles,
And 1 give notice that 1 will off. r the
said gooils and chattels  for sale by public miction nt the   premises of  the said
defendants at the town  of  Trout Lake,
';.    C.   oil   Tuesday,   the   loth  day of
N winder,  1904,   at    the   hour ol ten
.'clock in Ilia forenoon.
fiate.l tliisiith day ol November, 1904,
This sale la adjourned until the 25th
lay of November,   lilOl  owing  to inter-
■leader proceedings being taken,
GEO. M. YUILL,
Deputy Sheriff, North Koptenay,
Tn.ut Lake, 1!. C.
R.
Stationery at Ihe Review Office.
 ; ;—! TV, ■■..-1- [ q-
Smith & 6o.
15 Bleury Street, AiONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAILORS.
111. bo  represented  in the  l.ar
dean    at     regular     intervals
throughout the year.    Orders
for clothing will receive close attention.
Our  repscventati'e,  S.   A, Scott, is a
practical  taiior, ami will make clothes
fit,    Hold your orders for him.
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS EAR,
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
Ji
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
KVKKYT1UVO   MBW   AND    »'lllST-ri,.\s!tf   IN   AI.I.   BUBPROTS.
Fire  Proof Safe
The hoiiKo Is Rtoekod with Hie Il'iont WIiko m> I OljHM o   lbs n»<ri«ot,
Trout Lake, B- C
The CENTRAL HOTEL Reveistoke
Is Under the Fim.i Mumici'iiiei.t.
REYELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DI8T.
Take Notice that I shall hold a Courl
of i..-vision and Appeal, under the As-
sessnieni Act, 1908, for tie. lievelstoke
Assessment District, on Monday the
twenty eighth day of November, 1004,
at the hour of eleven o'clock in the
forenoon, :.i the ,\mrt house, Kovelatoke.
Dated at Reveistoke, this 1st day of
November, HHI4.
(HAS. M   FIELD,
Judge ol the Court of Revision
ami Appeal, Rovelatoke Assessment District oi West Ki«teu:iv.
TIfVIE:    TABLE
S.S. ARCHER or S.5. LARDEAU,
Punning betwooi Arrowhead, Dca-
ton ami Comapllx, cominonolng October I lih, 1003, will .-ail as follow*,
areathor permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Tieaton and
Comapllx, twice daily—10k and .">k.
Leaving Beaton and Comapllx for
Arrowhead, twice  dally— ":l".k   and
12;4,')k.     Making   close    conne.
with allO. P. !'• Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve tho right to
change times of sailings without
notice.
Tho t:mpirc Lumber Co., Limited.
The B. C. ASSAY and CH .ftlCAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vaxoocveu, li. ''.
Headquarters for \asayers, atlhtnaand
Mill Snpphea. Sole aneiiti In B. C. tor
Morgan Crucible Co, Batteraea. England; F. W. Brailn ,•; Oo.'a Patent Cary
Furnaces, Burners, etc. i Win. Aiua-
w irth .^ I'".'.- Fine Balances, etc.. etc.
It pay- to ii-. the Telephone. A
lengthy uh< can often Is- saved. Offices
nt Ferguflm: Cummins' Store ; Tn.ut
Lake. PoatOfficei alaoal Beaton, Cotn-
0;dix and Air)« head.
Subitribe forth • '• Review " To-day.
j  l-ancy Bar,
ire w ii
:   Musical I UK. laiiimcnt
|j Bulletin  Board, World's
Mining News.
E L. MORAND, -   PROP.
Dominion Hotel
m
?
Ihe Unicn Qigar Factory
Mano
(.,
tines
OIllv
1'nioii
goods,
nnd besides
thov
an
■  the
lies
on the
market
.    Thev are
made
of
the
best
Havana
tobacco, and their
excel!
ence  is
ninl
touted.
lusi-
1. on getliug
"(it
R
HPECIAI
." and
"Till-
TNTON."
H.fl. BrOWIl,   Proprietor.
UntoaClaar ftetonr, i:i:\"i-:i.-> r< nct-v. B.O."
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
First-Class in every respect,   |lj
The Travelling public carefully   i
taken care ol.
Mi?i & Nata • Props.
First-Class Accommodation
Best* Finest Liquors
And Very Finest Cigars H
ANGLICAN    CHURCH.
Services on  Snn.l.iy evening at   7.30
..'dock.    Visitor-   .na   cordially welcomed. REV.n. A.SOLLY,
Incumbent,
NOTICF.
Low Fraction and Handy No. -' mineral
claim- Biluatein the Proul Lake Mln
ii.g Diviaiouof We i Kootenaydiatrid
Where located:—Near the mouth of
Lynch creek on th. K. .< .'.   Ry
Tiike notice that   1.  Alfred   I.  Curie,
acting as agent for VV, N. It. ay ton, free
minor's co:tifloate No. B 77,346, intend
sixty daj ■ after 1 tie herci i. t.. apply to
the Mining Recorder lor Certificate* of
1 mprovemei ta for I     pur pot   ol obtaining crow n granta ol the above claims.
Andfurtnei take notice that action
nnder section 37 musl  be commenced
In-fore the IssUauCC Ol BUoll e. ml,, ^le ..I
■ mi i.ts,   Dated tl.i.- 28th -lav ol
r, \. D., V".n
ALFRED 3. CUIU.E,
I John Simpson,      Proprietor.
ip.Bmns&Co|i7^HJM>H
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL
Meat |"
Merchants   |
Dealers in all kinka of Fresh Meat fyj OPLAR-,
Curat   Mrc'iint.
WINERS'SUPPLIES
THOir LAKE BO.
Q^^SS: n 5S2SBB3
ITROL'T   I.AKF.   I.ofxii:    I.o.O.F
TUSCAN     LODGE    U.   D. so. 41
A. P. & A. M.
Brd    Thursday     each     niosth
Visitors Welcome
ii- nilar ii., • 111,k-_ in-lit in
\JW<i/ Ui|..|.-ll.i»'«     11:01    io,rv
hHL               JW 'I'.H-mI.IV     ■   -i.t   III    |
y\ - ,,ffF o'eloefc    Vlafllni brotb-
*< *^r^T ii-.-.r.llM'y WslSOlaS,
&rs+
lieo Ford! red, Sec, •!, N. Taylor. W.M   l-v- I M i a a I     V
J   .-.lo..Ill, Hi-
is a Snap.   .. Buy Lots in the
t town in Kootenay.
CITY
Its ADVANTAGE.
NOTICE TO co-()WNi;i:s.
To /,. Gprdon Goldberg and to L. Goldberg or to any person ..r persona to
whoin Ihey   may   ll»ve  transl'erreil
Iheir Intereata
Take Notice,   I   the underalgned co-
owner with von in the Little Robert nnd
Little Robert So, i mineral claims situated at the eatrc  head of the th
fork of Lardeau creek in the Troul Lake
..lining division oi Weal Kooteuay district oud province o! British Columbia
have done the remiire.l work on the
above-mentioned mineral claims for tho
year 11)011 in order to bold I he same under sectiun "I of the mineral act, and l'
within 90 day I of Ibis notice you fail or
refuse to contribute your portion pi
such expenditure for work done, togeth-
ur.wlth the ooat ol this advertisement,
your interest in the said mineral claims
Will b«l e the properly of the subscribed under seel ion 4 of tho Mineral
Act Amendment Act of niOti. Dated al
Trout Lake thia 7th day of October, 01,
J. C. KIRKI'ATRICK,
OcJ'M Co-owner.
NELSON    DIRECTORY.
WATCHitS.
We are watch people first of all.
Wo wake watches our great specialty,    We nro in fact universal
watch providers. We bonst of tho
most comprehensive stock aud
prompt est service. < *ur patronage proves our pre eminence in
the retail watch trade. Once n
patron, always B 1 .itroti.
Baviug walchi-s i.. ihe quantity
that we do, We nre enabled t.. i e-
eure discounts impossible to thn
smaller dealer, and we tnru thain
over to you at a jjorresponjing
rcliietiiiu in price. Write ua f■■.
prices
Ewert Bros.
Nelson, Rossland, Trail.
jewelers and Engravers
Ihe Nelson
Brewing Co.
£'
Brewirs of
Fine   Luger   Beer
and Poller
R. R-eisterer (8b Co.    -   Props.
Dainty,
Stylish,
Sturdy,
The daintiness and lyllshnesi ol oine
stylos and the sturdy wearing qualities
of others commend tin m to the favoi ol
fastidious dresaors all "',.-i the country,
TUB ROYAL SflflG STORE
Nelson, B. C.
R     ANDREW    &    CO.
Dally Mai! service, Basing Facilities, Head of Naviga-|500 Cords
tion, Good Hotcr and stores, Fx; -ess and Money OrderL, , .
Office, governmi     ^fic^s. FL'ie schools and churches.|^iflDWOO<i
FOR SALE....
Water-wcrks system wow Being Installed.
ITS RESOURCES.
Magnificent Timber, many Valuable Ranches, The Richest GoW and Silver Zone in The Province.
INDUSTRIES
Saw-mill, capacity, 60,000 feet per day, shingle and Lath mills.    All
The Mines pay us Tribute.
F. B. Wells,
Gen'l Agt., Reveistoke.
H. McPherson,
Agt.f Trout Lake,
Apply to:
Jack Crawford
or
Andy Craig.
Stauhes & do.
WHOLESALE DEALERS In Bult6r,
I'iKK", Cheese, Produce snd Fruit.
Houston Bk.,Josephine st. Utlion, I'.c.
WOOD   VALLANCE     HARDWARE CO- LTD-
Hardware, Miners' Buppllei, Stoves
mid llunneH.
NELSON,  B   C.
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