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FEB 15 1805
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VOL. i
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C.,    FEB. io,
1005.
No. 14.
,,,,.,   •    ,.!.,.:,,' icompeting in all events according Culkeoustales, however, that it in
,       ,  , °  __8 tn __ i being d/lvcn through ground where
'1 rout Lake.   I'■'•' l ' •' *• '	
A 1< rg<
We are Isolated.
CUTOFF FROM THE OUTSIDE
WORLD—BUT WE REGISTER A KICK AT THOSE
RESPONSIBLE FOR IT.
Isolated! No mail for four
days! All supplies coating from
one to oiie-iiiid-ii-ipiiu'ter cents
more at the present time, and the
prospect of a three to live cents, per
pound advance staring us in the
face when the snow roads break !
Mines put to (..rent Inconvenience
nnd hiss through macfil fiery being
delayed !
The above are a few of tho in-
i-onvi n iinc-t'rt the people of Trout
Lake mid Ferguson are being put
to by reason of the action being]
taken   by   the
transportation on Trout base, i in
reason given in that with their present facilities the recent hard
weather made it impossible to keep
the ice broken,
We agree with them that their
facilities arc not tip to the mark,
hut that is no excuse. Tin- s.s.
Proctor i- gtrong enough t<> break
and keep a channel through the
ice mi Trout Luke during the iinrd-
est weather known if her engines
and boilers are in proper shape.
The   officials whose   duty it is to
look after thm pnrt of tin- Work
Were notified ol the faot long ago,
but their answer was to wait until
the boat got tied up and then send
the defective parts to the shops at
Nelson for repair. The barge, also.
is in poor condition for breaking
fee. It is too late now in the season
to do anything i« strengthen it.
hut Hi»nv wan in. season why during the summer the how should
not have been sheeted with good
boiler plate.
The whole pum ami substance nf
the mutter was that the Lardo and
Trout bake branch was not paying
during the latter pari of the season,
and so it was closed down as farj
nn the Lake was concerned.
We do not believe this is [air
treatment, as there are many
branch lines on all of the big railway lines that do i ot pi v in m
tine years end to the other, hut the
concessions received and the ra'es
charged by the main line entitles
the people wherever communication has h en established that they
received the benefit of it throughout the year, and not only at
periods that suit the convenience
of C.P.R. officials.
However, if (prompt action is
taken, there is no reason why
transportation should not be resumed within two weeks. Th.
'hardest weather is over, and whili
it Wight be probably a little difficult to resume, it is easily within
the possibilities.
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Sam Sutherland returned on
Monday night from a trip to Nelson and Revelstoke, When in
Nelson   Mr. Sutherland  told a few
truths re the closing of navigation,
which we trust will hear fruit.
Ferguson people arc enthusiastic
over anything   that   will  make
things   lively.     To-morrow night.
Saturday) things are going to hum
| Will be Big Mine
Till-: MOHIQAN 18 LOOKING
WELL WITH THE DEVELOP-
OPMENT WORK WHICH is
PROCEEDING THERE.
Pete Culkeen came down from
lhe Mohican on Oainer creok a few
days ago, ami reports thc property
looking good, I'cti is one of the
oldest a nd niosi conservative
miners in the district, and iii conversation with the Review f-<-ril»<-
faith thai the
Out to Ii1 one
up here.    $100  have  been put up said   he   had  every
far- prir.es for differentiating races]Mohican would lui
in the rink.    The events are open of tho Lardeau's big mines.
to all comers, and prises are await-     Tie long tunnel which is bein
ing father, mother, sister and bro-j driven to get  under the big show
ther,   The fui
Hockeyists Meet
ENTHUSIASTS ASSKMKLF TO
FORM ASSOCIATION —THE
LARIiEAU HOCKEY CLUB
IS THE OUTCOME.
A representative gathering of
hookey players and supporters met
on Saturday last to inaugurate a
club, and as a result of the meet-1
ing the Lardeau Hockey Club finds
existence with enthusiasm unlimited and a body of officers who
it is believed will push matters
along successfully. ' The oilier
elected wen- |)r. \V. F. Newcombe
of Ferguson, president ; George M.
Vuill, of Trout Lake,sec-treasurer ;
Death by Flames
BIG BLAZE AT ARROWHEAD
LAST MONDAY — W. R,
BEATTY AND R. TAGGART
FATALLY INJURED
to  mil  starts at 7.30, and  ing on the surface and 80 foot level E.  Crawford,   Ferguson,  captain,
the admission (50c.) allows of you , has quite a distance to go yet.   Mr. | and Jno. J. Atherton, Trout Lake.
manager.      The membership   fee
was fixed  at   $1.   and   the  colors
irxty of ore is likely to be opened j adopted, black and while.
Jack  McKinnon paid a visit to' up at any time.   In  fact, at the     The association   comprises  the
the commercial centre last Bunday.  present time the formation is high-  locsj clubs of  Ferguson and Trout
ly mineralized, and shows every Lak|, and has on its membership
number from town and . indication of the close proximity of roll sour- of tne lest hockey players
6-Mile went down to the Lake for (ore. in tKe province.     It is altogether
the hookey match on Saturday. D. T. McTavish, Nelson, one of | probable that if arrangements can
. I the principal shareholders of the
John Johnson resigned his post- indicate, was "at   Ferguson a few
tion at 6-Mile thin week.    He has days ago. and made particular en-
gone down  the lake to rejoin his quiries relative to the value of the
{.U|1j|v I properly  from   men   who   had  a
thorough knowledge of tin claims,
Joe Kirkpatriek, who has been j and came down to Trout Lake well
laid up with a severe attack of satisfied that tin- syndicate share-1 support from the two towns, there
rheumatism, went out to the Hot holde™we» fortunate in  holding is  no.reason   why   the   pennant
an interest in so promising a pro-  should  not grace tne club rooms
pertv. during 1906.
made, a team will he Bclected
and sent to the Kossland carnival
to do battle in the championship
matches to he played ther. next
wi ok,
There   is    lots   ot   enthusiasm
among the boys,  and  with good
Springs dining the week. \V.
trust the move will he a good one
and that the genial Joe will soon
he home again entirely recovered.
In the meantime everybody i< on
their best behaviour, so there has
been no call to swear in a special
constable,
Sam Shannon is to be congratulated on hie management of the
rink. So far it has been highly
successful, as well as Uing a source
of pleasure to all who uti'ize the
Well-kept _e.
Charlie L'ttb. who for some
time managed the local branch of
the P. Hums vV Co. butcher busi-
iness, returned from the Springs
last week. Chronic rheumatism
contracted in the Transvaal was responsible for his visit to the hot
springs. We hope to wv the versatile Charles as sprightly as ever
this spring.
Joe Brady came in from Revelstoke on Monday, where he has
been on a business trip.
Charlie Manderson, of the 6-Mile
restaurant made a trip to Nelson
last week, returning Monday flight.
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Oddfellows' Hall, Trout Lake. (
St,. Valentine's Night, Tuesday Next, Feb. 14
Masquerade Ball.
PRIZES for Best. F<mcy Ladies* Costume
Original   "
Fancy Cent's
Original    "
COOD Management
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GOOD Music   COODFk>or
Tickets "* $2 spectators 5qc.
The Pool Creek Bridge.
The suit Hrnntfnnl v. Pool over
the Pool ('reck bridge is again he-
fore Ihe•OOUft ill Nelson,where Ml
Hodge for plain! ff applied for ai
new trial, and thc application was
■adjourned till March 7th.
■■i»
R. L. Borden again M.P.
Ottawa, Feb. I.—R. 1,. Borden
'was elected today by acclamation]
•nt Richmond. He will he in bin
•seat iin Tuesday.
W. A. QaPiher introduced a hill
in the house yesterday respecting
'the Nicohi-Kiunloops and Similkti-
miccn Coal and Railway company,
nnd another hill respecting ths
Kootenay-Cariboo and Pacifii
both wen- road a firsl time,
I Races (Sb Hockey Matches
/   During thc Day at, Kink.
Lake Localets.
Four days without mail or express has been the experience of
Trout Lake and Ferguson this
week owing to the breaking of tbe I Arrowhead, Feb. 7th.--About
barge on the run between Arrow-midnight on the 8th Inst, the
hea'd and Beaton. Iwatohman employed hy the Arrow-
Aii incipient blase took place at ftead ''limber Co. discovered whilst
the residence of Mrs. Gauthier ou B°inK ,lis rou,u,,i tl,llt thc boarding
Wednesday night. It was extin-lhoU8e "f th(' company was on lire.
guiahed, however, before any dam- The alarm was immediately given
age was done, thanks to the efiv and responded to hy practically
cient Worh of the local fire brig.uk,  thu wllok' town.,... The flames &fld_
got a complete hold of the building
.   Company are. jn a Vcry Hhort Bpacc of time, and
getting ore down  every  day and| ft wau ieMtf ,hat arj ^occupants
The  Lucky   Boy
down every
storing it at the C.I'.H. sheds until
transportation is resumed.
Some of tin- machinery for the
preliminary work necessary kfttbe
long tunnel drive arrived   in town
this week,  and several men have Poplar Plck-UpS.
been put to work cutting timber,   ^
Jim Livingston ban completed
a small logging contract with tho
silver-mill   people.      lie   is   now
Sec  Dodgers.    Come one, come al'.
Blaze at Poplar.
On Monday last thc golden city
of Poplar was visited by the tire
king.     The   Hotel   Kaiser,  which
Work   on   the  Mother  Lode is
being pushed as vigorously as eon
ilitiuns  will  permit.    The forma-
about   to   resume   his   unfinished  tion is nowfcehig erosn-eut. Several j was leased by Henry Magnuson, 18
labors on his own claim, the Ram- nice stringers of ore have been en-, now completely demolished      The
hler.   This is an excellent property countered    Al. Houston and .I. Y. loss  on   both the house and the
and unless we are great y mistaken, Cole have a bond on the property. | slock will he   In nvy. as practically j
more   will   be   heard   of   it verv       .        ,     .   ,       •   ,
,,.,,,;       A carload of ore is .hcHur got-out
shortlv.     I he tunnel TOlich ,lini is ,      .. . .    .„
,      , „       . for shipment from the Pluto.owned
horing was in III) feet last fall, and  .....   ,, .,,.        . ,     ..      ,     ,
• .        hv r.d. Ii.ullle and .loc \ erschovle.
is all  in   ore      ) he projiertv is a  „',     ,,,, . , ....
..   o   _ _ _i   'be lhito is a free-miuing propo
sition, and gives average values of
nothing was saved. The amount
of insurance earried is not known,
hut it is not supposed to cover
more than hn'f tin- loss. No one
was injured.
The mineral production nf  19CM
| exceeded that oj 1908 by $2,660,000
(ietting   Hour under difficulties!
has-heiiii the experience of McKin-
niinute's walk from thc South Fork
wagon road,and immediately below ^.{(. ,K) ,,, {\[K. ,„„      |t \\a between
the  7 Mile   waterfall,  a most .fav- tiH. Swede group and  the railroad
bred spot for a mine. track, thus giving it exceptionally
Chummy "Johnson  had  (he nits- good shipping facilities,
foriune to «Un 'ii  nail in his hint      ,.;il ntastcrson and W. Sclunouk
one day tine  week, and is const-- vvi(l;,(,(i -p,.,,,,, I_,U«- .tin.- first part of mm <& »uthorlaiid  this week.    A
quently lain«up and unable to ne- t)i(, W(1),k) r(llninj, up over the ice car of iflour arrived at the foot ol
gotiale    Andy     Daney's    Ii horse ,wali   a   ()tl)_r  ,(..l|1:     Both of those the   lake,   hut  Hie boat being tied
teams.    Hill Johnson is now hand- p,.„t|,.n.,.n, w] 0 arc pioneers of the; up it was eitln r necessary to scud
ling onc-of the hitter's six. district,  expressed   themselves as  it   around    via    Arrowhead   and
Good reports come down  from highly  picas-d  with   the   outlook' Kenton or let  it   lay there.    How-
the Itig Five.   Jim Livingston was for the coming season.     They told ever. Andy Daney with  charaetcr-
a visitor there last week, and he re- the   Ui-vu.w scribe that  matters Utic energy and  onterprisc took
port   that they' have a wonderful wore a tittle quiet  in the golden the contract to bring it to the head
showing "i ore up there.    Good city at present, but the amount of |of the bike.   .So far about half has
New line of lad;
new  department
. ..i.- in
(lllli     I'oSt-
lollicc).    Masterson Griffith A Co.
lievelopmeiit work has 'beuii done work laid out hy different property
hy the two men now omp'oyed owners will make it a busy town
tliota. ' iM mon M "u< 8now e*068 °^'
boon brought Up, and if the ice is
at all bearable Andy will have Unbalance at this end shortly.
If sufficient tickets are sold, the
two lots in the W. Abrahamson addition will In- rallied off on the
night of the 1-lth. duly 50 tickets
will he so'd at $'> each. Now is
chance of vour lifetime to get some
real estate in one of the best towns
in the Kootcnays.
J. 0. Piper has gone over to
Three Valley, where he has accepted a good position with E. L.
Kiinnaa.
Hockey. Ferguson ladies vs.
Trout Lake Ladies on Tuesday
next at the Trout Lake Skating
Rink.
Cal. Garrison, who has been suffering from inflammatory rheumatism, went over to the Halcyon
Hot Springs last Monday morning.
Wi trust it will  havo a beneficial
effect.
The hockey club are trying to
get in the running for championship honors.
The curlers are hard at it getting into shape for the bonspiel,
which will be arranged for at an
early date.
Andv Craig is sti'l guessing who
corralled his cluokers. One day
this week he received a pail of
Bold-dust twins stuffed with the
identical feathers advertised for a
week ago. Andv returns thanks
to the mailer, anil m paying a
tribute to the Review as an ad
vcrtising medium, he wishes us ti
state that he has made a pillow o'
these returned feathers. He slept
on the bundle last night and
dreamt a dream. Andv says if
his dream is to come true someone
has to mail him a bucket of tar.
Then—well. Fox's hook of Martyrs
must take a hack seat.
Ar angements pertaining to v.
billiard tournament have been put
off until after the "sports day,"
which, in ease you might forget, is
next Tuesday.
1). Stevens, C.P.R. boiler inspector, was in this week looking over
the s.s Procter.
Frank T. and Mrs. Abey left on
Monday morning for a holidaj
trip to tl e coas! and California
Stanley Meiihinniek has sent in
resignation ns .engineer of the good
ship Procter.
Arrowhead vs. La-rilcau, February 11th at .the Trout Lake rink.
Shi Graham came home "from
Kossland last Saturday from at-j
had not sticceded in leaving the
burning building. The worst fears
were substantiated, for notwithstanding the promptness of the
alarm, KohtTaggart.of KovaSi.-otia
was empowered hy the smoke, and
perished, and Mr. \V. R. Beattv,
president and general manager oi
the company, in trying to save
some of his effects, delayed too long
and being caught hy the blazing
debris was severely injured.
The building and ci ntents was a
total wreck, the loss, however, is
covered hy insurance. A large pile
of lumber adjoining the burning
house became ignited, and for a
long time it was thought that the
large new mill was doomed to des-
teuction. The citizens arose to the
occasion, and by heroi" work managed to subdue thc flames and
saved the mill and contents.
A special train was ordered down
from Revelstoke, and .Mr. L'eatty
was taken to the hospital there,
where everything that medical
science could do for bis relief was
done.
Arrowhead, Later.-—The origin oi
the fire is supposed to he from a
dog jumping on a table where a
lighted lamp was standing and
upsetting it.
Revelstoke. Feb. 8.—We regret
to announce that notwithstanding
all the efforts put forth, Mr. W. R.
Beatty sueeumlied last night about
12 o'clock to injuries received in
the Arrowhead'fire. His remains
will be taken to his old home at
Lansdowne, Out., for interment.
\V. R. Beatty wo* one of the best
known lumbermen of the interior.
He had just returned from Ottawa,
where he had been intervi- wing
the Government on matters per*
tabling to the betterment of the
lumbering business of British Columbia, in which he was heavily interested. He was a man among
•men, highly esteemed and respected by all who bad the benefit of
bis aequauitivuee. The (BOWS oi
his untimely death will be received
with heartfelt sorrow bv all who
knew him. Of Mr. Taggart. tlie
other unfortunate victim, nothing
could lie learned more than that
he hailed from Nova Bcotia. His
comrades are all bowed down with
sorrow at his sudden and awful
death.
B.C. Mining Record, Ltd.
At the  annual  general meeting
of   the  shareholders   iu  the above
company  held  at   Victoria on tlie
1st   Inst., Messrs.   H    Mortimeu-
icmliiig the annual ijneeting of thejj Lamb, Thus. R.  Cusack and   K.
Californ'n syndicate. The syndicate purchased the half interest ii,
the Empire claim which«was held
hy Bert Fowler and huiwelf.
A   farewell  SUp| er  will ,he tendered   to   Messrs.    llotilthee   and
Benson  on  Monday night at the
Lakeviow Hotel,    The committee
who have thc matter   in   charge
wish'us to state that they have not
been  able  to-see every  person in
dividuallv, hut that everyone win
can come are cordially invited ti
take a chair at the festive board.
Jacobs were elected directors for
thc etYstliiig year. Mr. Jacobs,
who early in January succeeded
Mr. Lamb as editor, was apooin'ed
managing director in the place of
Mr. La mh, ,wh0 has retired from
active work iu connect on with the
journal. The date gf publication .
of the Record will be changed from
the ,1st of the .month to the 12th.
Luwis 'Ihoinpsoii was a visitor
on Monday to the city on long
.tunnel business.
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„    . ,.    ,      ,,    ._       „ WHOLESALE DEALERS In Butter,
Pred.Macdouad.iifRutie.Mont., Kggg(   rlu,l, „   Prodl,CB   mul   PruJt,
and ii'i  old  side  partner cf Hugh   Houston Bk„ Josephine St.Neljon,B.C.
MePhei'bon ii'f .ours, is a visitor to - -—    . —  —r—
town.
W. Skinner and rlnughter arrived in Ferguson from Crnnbrook
last week end.
Weather Conditions.
R. II. Bnltey,  presidont of tin
IMitiopoiilan Gold and SilverMiu-
«—■— ling Co., returned from Miuneapi 1 ■
Tne local  aenther ofllce.ieport tn-d^ when he  has bceu attend
t'ie following figures for the week. < j„g „ gl,|ienil meceUng 0, Uu. (. .,.,
The figures recorded are the lowest: pany,
noted eicli day :
Im Nelson
Brewing Co.
Saturday
Suinlnr
Monday
Tueiilay
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Keb.
4
6
u
1
8
9
10
7 below
5     "
8 above
20     „
25     „
ti     ..
24 below
i'wo Good Games
Don't forget the big night at the
Ferguson rink. To-morrow (Saturday) at 7.30.
Mao wants but liltle here belov
—below z'l-i fo? instance.
W. E. Mullou, purser of tie b -.
Proctor, leaves on Mouday for Ne!-
son, where  he will join the h '11
office staff of tbe C.P.R.
Rev. Fr. JeanuoHe bsft-on Mouday for Ainsworlh.
It is reported that noiivo opera
tioiis on th.- • Long Tunnel " wil
be Ciiininetii't-.l in two weeks,
.'ho
The trustees o
school art> aego
vic.-s of a firs'-
hone to have tl
that the school
in a few days,
the Tiout Lsk
■    f p lhe sei
I.:.--, [i aclu'i-, an.
matter settle i b
will be i". - 1 'in .
Hockey Sticks
for sde
at UT© Review office I j
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The twin cities of Ferguson and
Trout Lake had two more friendly
bniis nt ihe popular winter pastime gince <ur lat-t issue, and still
they u,-e a.-kiii:r for more. Thou-
wiseactei who predioted financial
failure by reason of a rink being
plotted at Ferguson, are beiuj;
badly left, for the crowds have
fo'lowed the boys at both ends to
the mutual advantage of each
town. Last Saturday night a big
muster from Ferguson and 5-Mile
lined tie Trout Like rink to watch
t!ieir undefeated string do battle
1.nee again. This was the third
meeting of the two teams, victory
in the preceding games resting
with the Ferguson team. The
home team justified the hopes of
ilnir supporters by winning at
il e third time of asking by 6 goals
t> 3. The game throughout was
nevo." iu d..<ubt, and the best team
w.e. Several of our novices
sli .wed some very promising form
ami if practice is faithfully adhered lo a place may yet be found
for ot.e or two in tho fighting line
of the recently formed " Lardeau
II ..-key Club."
Teams: Trout Lake—F. Schulse,
L\ Crawford. Woods, Toll, Yipond,
McArthur and Langstaffe. ^
Ferguson—Lauder. K C. Benson. 1
II. Porteous, F. Porteous, Barber,]
Cliffe and Thompson.    Dr. Newcombe, referae.
List Wednesday wilh tho flush! T)(?Hier8 in al,
of  vu-tory   still   upon   them lhe» TROUTLAKE Bl',
Trout   Like   players   and   a  bi_
bunch of router* ascended the hill
to show the spectators how battles!
were non and  lost,  and  after A
ding-dong match of an hours' dur-j
1 tion  Ferguson  came out on top!
to the tumt of 9 to 3.     Both winners and liners put up a perfectly
clean  fight, and we wish to place
1 u   record  the good   feeling now
existing between the two towns in
matters appertaining  lo business
or sport.
tli Tuesday next Arrowhei
will make lhe trip to try conclusion with the " Lardeau's," and
il gins without saying that a yery
keen struggle is anticipated, a*
ilu visitors have Home smart performers in tlieir ranks.
The same afternoon the ladies
of Ferguson nnd Trout L ike me> 1
iu friendly rivalry, and as both
teams have practised assiduously
tin interesting; game may be looked
for. The local ladies ave they
can do what their sterner con-
fiv.es nro not capable of, whilst
ll.e Ferguson damsels will admit of
tin possibility of a defeat.
Miss Carrie Cooke, who since
h«r arrival hero some ten mouths
ago has endeared herself to the
hearts of many, is shortly leaving
for Arrowhead with Mr. and Mrs.
E. K. Uonllbee. A large parly of
friends assembled at the reeidence
of Mrs. W. R. H.illenbeok on
TiiursJay evening lo lender their
r gn-'slo Mi-is Cooke on herdepar-
tor* from their midst Occasion
was iniiile ti present Miss Cooke
v.iih h handsome volume of the
'Life of Moody." Tho retiring
lady has associated herself since
her arrival with the acrviros ut
UieM ilvidiat chiiroh, and herself
cm.ducted the Sunday evening
services whi 0 tho pastor minis*
Hired   to   his   Feigtisou   missiou.
Brewers of
Lciger  Beer
and Porter
R. Reisterer <8b Co.    -  Props.
Smith & Co.
45 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAILORS.
ILL bo represented in lhe l.ar
dean    -.it    regular    interval*
throughout the year.    Order.-.
or clothing will reoe ve close attention
Our  1. 1 - ■ >.   Mii- ■ .   B.   A. S.-.itt, js u
practical tailor, and will make clothes
itt:**_o1il yottt orders l'.Trtrim.	
ANGLICAN    CHURCH.
{Services nn Sunday evening at 7.80
I'elock. Visitors nru cordially welcomed. BEV. M. A.SOLLY,
liii-iiniheiit.
■ lUI.  1 ,   .If-i*ll|. "I  ' .'*
asterson,
(SbCo.
WOOD    VALLAMCE    HARD-
WA?.£ CO- LTD-
Hardware, Miners' Supplies, Stoves
and Ranges.
IMEL-SOIM. B   C.
Dl    M'l T st MMONt
nolenay, holdon
Robert Madden
doing business as
,  ..( Trout Luke.
plaintiffs,    ami
Trout Lake, lit'..
1AK1
I IN th.-r iunt) Courl of 1
! ut Troul Lake, b itween
and Unis   le\ wqne, d
Madden  .\:   Le\ isnue,
C.,       I.St. Ilvl't-i
slier Ii. Curti«
bo 1 r. lulendsnt.
; NOTICE, that unless within
1..' . Ut.vs Bftcr tli ■ |iersonal service
of this summons on you, ymi return lo
the Registrar of this CiWrt al Troul
I . the dispute note below,dated
Igned by yourself (oryoursoll-
ig briefly your groundi
of defence to tbe notion, you will not
afterwards be allowed to make any
defence to the claim which the plaintiff makes on yon, as per margin, tl.e
particulars of which are hereunto on-
Hexed : but tbe plaintiff may, without tivinc iniy proof ni !-!i|>|..irt ol
inch claim, herein proceed to tinal
judgment and execution. Ii you n-
turn such dispute note to the Registrar within thetimi'specified,tha Rag*
i-'nir will send you, by post, notice of
tli ■ .'ny 11; on w-f.ich the action will In-
tried.
Claim, t'3.75;   Fee  for plaint and
.   . $3.00 ;  Costs,   solicitors, etc.,
110.0   . Iota! amount of debt and costs,
f •. " ■    i.N Ms 1.1 garnishee, f:(.IO ; Total
inclndiug garnisltee, tH!l.85.
Dated this i'J:h day of September, liWl
F.( . CAMPBELL,
Registrar of the Court
^_y_?
Our Goods
Were all shipped in Las.
Fall, and are the
NEWEST AND
FRESHEST  IN
THE CAMP.
-•->'v-
When yoti want the
At Lowest Prices
Call on Us.
iil.X  visiting  Ferguson you
should s'uv at tbe Laideau
Hotel.     Here   lhe   visitor
will   li-i   surrounded  with
home comforts.   Excellent
nii-iue,     well   ventilated
ami   warm   rooms,   well
slocked bar, and  everything which
teida towards in 11 king your visit a
\'.. .ir.ini and ineinorable one.
Rates from f I  day upward.-!.
We ,-trive to pleaso our patrons.
FERGUSON.
General
Merchants,
9 iff*'-
*>* > _d.
NEW
OKS
■
NO
&
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ti
t.
bo
A LAUDER OFSWORDS.
By Gilbert Parker, cloth. $1.50
Till-: LAST HOPE.
By IL 8. Merriinan. cloth, 1.50'
THE MYSTIC SPRING.
By D. \Y\ Hfggins. Victoria, 1.50
FOSTER'S 'BRIDGE' MANUAL
Cloth, 1.50
Building Trails  Pocket Book
Business Man's Pocket li.H.k
Mechanic's Pockel Mem' random
Three vols. 1.50
Put by the International Correspondence School at |1 each our price 11.50
iii caila Sin & Bool Co.
NELSON.  B  C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
MACKINNON and
SUTHERLAND
W_ have everything at our
Store   that   you   Require.
s..-*.
;':--;.
The Year  1905:
Celebrated Brands of
nn. I l-Vi."..
NELSON,
Ham, I'..»■ ■ .11
B. C.
Finds us at tha Old Stand
strTvi.^rj to pteasa you All
with QUALITY and PRICE
LT
-   - B.C.
lime   f«r   you to
.   I       Nevi r were
IV Hpects nf Ferguson
ii.'iit.
The Town of FERGUSON
will he one of the (i • itesl
Ore Producing Camps in thr-
World. 'I lie high degree nf
success    achieved lhe
nutueroua WEALTHY and
PRACTICAL Hill I l>JI and
A M 1: 11 I <' A N MI N I V i;
COMPANIES now operating
then, i* a tiibute to I ho
tremendous wealth of tbe hill*
i u n u u
1
i_
HADDEN HOUSE 55"lV;.r„s,nrr!
!>»> you iiw.l it .-f.mr..rliil>l.- Ih.iih-'   11m. Iry
ilii- Mi.iiii.n Homo,  w.-ii nirnlabod r	
iulit.-.|  I.y €-l<'.-lrl.'ll.v, OnUoIlM iMMtrd.   In j
Hi. i. ir j mi win ii i iii nil in.- neat domnllc mul
Imported llquonand i-imin..
Thomas Madden. Prop-1
£. Ferguson & Co.
Wholesale dealers in   Winea, Liipiora
mul Cigars.   Agents for PahM Hecr.
NELSON, B, C.
Publio Seh >il, Hospital, and
other Institution*. Excellent
Waterworks system. Streets,
Stoies and Residences illu-
iniii.d by Eleotricitv. Dally
mail nervlce. The townsite
ia admirably laid ..nt Get iu
NOW on the ground Boor.
Lota eau now be puroliaaed
i tton
UP.
V
Mem. Ol A
.
8
CHARTBRBO ACCOUNTANT
[tegnlar ami Special Audita,   Refer-
ence:  Oaiiadlao Hunk of Commerce.
NELSON, B.C.
ROSSLAND DIRECTORY
Lion Brewing Co.
LIMITED
Brewers of Beer & Porter.
KKPT AT ALL HOTELS.
ROSSLAND
B, C.
$75
fj TOWNSI TE AGENT
| HENKY FLOYD
& REVELSTOKE, B. C.
^?%^^^^^'s!__0_;;:^r: 'a
-^IJji «>-3*v»V-  =••   '-**__* _.
• ••
XLhc Dotel ffieaton
_= BEATON, B.C.    .
ill
W.WISIT0H8 iirriiiin; nt Region Cthrt threshold of tho Lanlsan)
Y
via arrowhead, will find thia Hotel to be fully equipped
for hifli-olaas trade, Issosllenl secommodatlon, A well
spnointed and spsototfi dining hull. The best ..f IVInes.Bplrlli
and Cigars, Personal superviaton ia given to the requlramnnti of
patrons, Visitors to tha Lsrdesn run rely mi oomforl at this hotel.
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop.
I
M
i PERGUS©N H©TEL
The noted home fur traveller, vlaillns
Ferguson, U.e.
A well Stocked Hnr of the nlioinust Liqours, Wines, etc.
Proprietor*.
McDonnell & Black
is?
i
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS.
Tn Z. Gordon Goldberg ami to L, Oohl-
berg or in any permm or person, lo
whom they  may have transferred
t heir intereita.
Take Nuiiee,  I  the undersigned co-
owner wiih yon in the l.itile Robert and
Utile Hubert No. 2 mineral claim, iltu-
| ai.-il at ihe extreme head otlhenorll
i fork nf Lardeau creek in the Trout Lain
[mining division of West Kootenav dis-
(trict and province of British Columbia
Iihm- done the required  work on the
above-mentioned mineral claim, for tin.
year 1908 In order lo bold iIn- mine under - ictlon 21 of tin- le.tui'.ui.l.ni'i. and i'
within DOdays of this notice you fail or
refute   i .  contribute youi   portion of
such expenditure i..r mirk dono, togoth
ur with the cost of this advertisement,
your Interest in the *ni.l mineral claim,
will become the  property of lhe sub
,cribed under ,ection  4 of the M ral
Act Amendment Act of  1900.   Dated ri
Troul Lake lliin 7tli d.iv of Oi-IoImt, 'Oi
J. C. KIRKI'ATIUCK,
Oc 7'0-4 Coon hit.
Ivelsie Assessment DM,
Notice ii hereby given, in acccdauce
wiih (hestatute,, thai Provincial Revenue Tax and all attested lax.-" and in
ci ii■■• tax, .i-r. tted and levied under Ihe
■ Ataeei in. m Act, 1908," for tin- Rev-
• i. ki- ActCtimenl District, are due
find payable f»r the year 1906, at im
office, Miiniie ,ii the Court House, Revelstoke Thlt notice, in terms ot law,
ia equivalent to a per)...mil demand by
ii..- ii|«ui all persons liable fur lanes
Dated at Revelstoke, If. C , thlt 8rd
.lav uf January, It 01.
FRED FRA8ER,
A-scaor and Collector, Revelttoke
Asset, me tit District
0EIIT11'ICATE OF IM VROVEM BNTS
NOTICE.
Broken Hill mineral claim, situate ii
Trout Lake Mining Division of Wee
Kootenay district.
Where located :—On Rapid Creek, ad
olnlng the Coronation.
Take Notice that I, O. B. N. Wllkle
acting an agent for Cutler T. Porter,
free minor's certificate No. H8388Lin
tend, tlxly days from tho dale hereof.
to apply to tliu Mining Recorder for u
Ceiiiiieate of improvements, for tbe
purpose of obtaining a Crown (Irani oi
lhe al.nU' olalm.
And fiirtlicr lake notice that action,
under lection -17, must bo commenced
before the Issuance of such Certlficati
of Improvements,
Dated tiii« 24th dav of November. a.i>.
11*04. 0. B. N. WILKIE.
_•->-! l-oi
| Deiiiner Cjaij^phona
All kinds of New Records
Sole Agent for the tardea j:
J. c.
Trout Lake B. C.
TUSCAN    LOU (IK    U.   I)
A. F.  & A. M,
3rd    Thursday    onch     niontl
VisitorH Welnorne
(ieo Korddrod, Sec, G. N. Taylor, W.M
TIMBER I.HENMK.
NOTICE ia hereby given that 30 days
after dale I intend to apply lo tho Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Woika for
a ,peclal license to rut and carry away
limber from the fi.Mowing described
lauds ii, West Kootenay, commencing at
a p.i.-t i.n the east side of Lardo River
about 3., mile below Trout Lake, marked
K. L. Kinman, K.a., corner pott ; thence
80 chain, weal; thence 80 chains south ;
thence 80 chains east; thence SO chains
north to point of commencement.
Hated this Kith day of December, a n.
I ISM. K. L. KINMAN.
le-1-05
NOTICE.
The ordinary annual pencral meeting
i of the Old i.nld ouartz nnd Placer Mining Company, Ltd. Liab., will he held
ai the office of the Company, Troul
Lake, It.C.i on Pritlav, Srcidayof Feb-
ii.ir. t'ie.). ii :t o'clock, p.m., for lhe
I .|...,-,- of electing director, fur the ensuing year and -mil other hii«int-aa at
may propsrlv ci me before the meeting,
Bo kn will l>e closed for transfer" fr	
.Ii..  L'Kth, l**iio. until after the meeting
M. P. ClIKSIM I,
Dated at Trout Lake, II. C, 6th Jan-
nary, l!»07i.
NOTICE.
The ordinarv annual general meeting
. t lhe Primrose Cold Mining Company.
I • I  Liab., will Im. held at the office of
I bo (..miaiiv,  Tii.ul   Lake.   B.C , «.n
II lay, February 8rd, 1905, at8.80p.ni.,
f..r .In' purpose of electing directors for
the ensuing year and such other Imsi
ii -- a- ma) be properly brought before
the meeting.
li.H.ks will l.ocl.ise.1 forIrantfortfrom
.Ian. 28th, liajft,until after lhe meeting,
J. M. MII.IKR.
8ecy. Treasurer.
Dated at Tront lake, B.C., (th day of
January, iwiii.
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
I It pOJ'S lo use the Telephone. A
lonjrthy trip can often he raved, (iffices
nt Ferguson: Cnmmlnt' Store i Trout
l.nke, I'.si Offloei alsoal Beaton, Com-
.-iplix and .\ row head.
IRBVELBTOKE ASSESSMENT HIST.
Take Notice that I shall hold n Court
of Rovialon and Appeal, under ilm Assessment Act, 1903, for the Revelstoke
Assessment District, en Monday ihe
twenty eighth day of November, 1904,
at the hour of i ii cen o'clock in lhe
forenoon, at the court house, Revelttoke.
limed nt Revelttoke this 1st dav of
November, 1904.
('HAS. M   FIELD,
Jud^o of the Court of Revision
and Appeal, Rovelstoko Assess
ment Distrietof West Kootenay.
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
tBBM___B__
FIRST-CLASS 3AR,
A. NO. 1  RJOMS,
Royal  jrSote!
'   Fancy Bar,
Musical lintertainment
Bulletin  Board, World's
Mining News.
The BEST Always 2 E L. morand, - PROP.
IN PINE SHOES I
MINING SHOES! '	
SHOE _AI KS !
RUBBERS axd
OVERSHOES !
GERMAN  SOCKS!
Is what you will aetlf yon do rourbuylr
wiili n*.  Ko don't ioigct. when waulingacj
thin, in the wit\- of toutwear location ua,<
drop a Un.-.
Balmoral Hotel.
3a
Visitor, lo Ferguson  may  rely upon the very best of
accommodation at thi" well-known hotel     Room, are
well  furnidhed thtoughout,    The Bar is stocked with
a choice assortment of palatable quenchers.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
W
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
BVttBYTHjya   HEW   AVIl    KIItHT-(H.\«rt   tN   AM.   RKSt
Fire  Proof Safe
The lioimo Ustoclted with ine (i-i«*t Wlnm an I BlgaM .> j£ • n.r^)l.. .
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
l* L'udcr thu same Management.
Dominion Hotel
Ihk Union gigar Factory
Mauufaetii'e, only I'ninn gnnU. and betide,
thev are the best o ihe mrrlcet. They are
ma.le of the best ll.ivnna lobaefo, -nl their
excellent-'* i« undisputed. Insist on "'ttinir
"OUR SPECIAL" and "THE  UN   ,v "
H. A. BrOWII,   Proprietor.
Inn..i il-iur Ksclory, RBVBLBTnKK, B.C
Review.
♦»
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
mSSSSSSm
«...
NOTICK TO I'Kl.l.sql KM I o-oWNMls.
To I'nii.ir Kim. an.l J. W. Smith or to
whomsoever they they may have]
Iranaferred ilu-ir Interest in ihe|
" ■ aple Leaf'' i..ineral claim,situated
on Ihe south east liila <if Poplin ere k
un.l ahoui two .ii..I a half milsa from
the mouth >.f ihe creek, in the I roul
Lake Mining Division of West Koot-
enay.
You are licrehy notified that I. Arthur I
(.. Johnston, co-owner wilh von in the
" Maidd   Leal"  mineral claim  above!
described    lave   p. rf..niie.|  laN.r ami
made expenditure on the Mid claim to
the extent of $100.00,'under thepro-
viM.His afacctloii L'4 <>f the Mineral Acl,
in order to h«l.l sai.l claim, and the
year for w hi.-l. sai.l labor was informed
nnd expenditure made having expired, I
I .I., hereby Rive you notice to contribute!
v..ur proportion of such expenditure,I
and you are further imtit.il lhaiifat
lhe expiration nf 1)0 .lava of publication
hereof you (nil or refuao to contribnli
your proportion of Ihe expenditure so
made, together «.ii. allcoataof adver-
liaintfi your Interests in tlm ssld claim
shall  I.....   vested iu  nie under ninl
bv virtue of nrovlriona of Portion I ol
tl.- Mineral let, amended Acl I*• (I
Dated al Poplar! leek.n c , Dec.8l,'(H
ARTHUR G. JOIINSTON, Co-owner
e-i-isos.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNER.
500 Cords
Slabwood
FOR SALE
A»ply:
Jack Crawroit or My Craig
Kok Sauc: Lota 85 ami 3«
,>hiek 47, Trout Luke. Apply to
Mrc. .1. H. German, t»0.r> University
St. Seattle. Wash.
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   I. O.O.F.
NO. 41
Itrgiilar meetlnga h.-l.l Iu
.i.Mfpllow'a   Hall   .v.-ri
Turaday nlRl.l at   k
o'rl.M-k    Vlaltlna l.roth-
era roadlally welcome.
ft ROYAL HUB STOBS!
Nelaon, B. C.
P».    AMDREW    &    CO.
Mail or.l.-rs carefully and prompt))
attpndeil to. Ai,-ent fur Slater and Net-
lleton Shoes.
TIME   TABLE
First-Class in every respect.
The Travelling public carefully
taken care of.
-1
MMm • Pups
S.S. ARCHEP or S.S. LARDEAU.
Kunnini; between Arrowhead, Ot-a
ton an.l Camsptlx, oommcneiai; Oct..
tier 14ih, 1903, will sail aa fuiioWB.
weather permlttlar,
Loarin); Arrowhead for Beaton-and
Comuplix, twice daily — 11sir and ok.
Leavini; Beaton and I.. mapLx f..
Arrowhead, twice daily— 7:l.'.lc ain
12;45k. Making close connections
with all C. P. Ii. Steamers and trains
The owuers reserve tho right to
change times uf sailings without
notice.
The Umpire Lumber Co., Limited.
NOTICE.
! o v Fraction ni:d Handy No. 2 mineral
claims situate in the Trout Lake Mining Division of Wert Kootenay district
Where located:—Near the mouth of
Lvueh creek on the K. .<: A. Ry
Take notice that 1. Alfred I. Curie,
acting as agent for W. N. Biayton, free
miner's certificate No.  B ",:;.;, ii I
sixty days after dale hereof, lo apply to
the Mining Recorder ior Certificates of
Inn remeuts for the purpose of obtain-
in •   r   -. ■ M.-ints of she above claims.
And further laki- notice that action
under section 37 must be commenced
ln-foro the issuance of auch certificate of
improvements. Dated this 28th day of
October, A. D., 15-04
...j-im ALFRED J. CCRI.E.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best finest Liquors
And Very firmest Cigars   fit
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Subscribe for the Eeview
This is a Snap.  .. Bay Lots in the
Busiest town in Kootenay.
J. Il.svi.tt. W.fl, K.a.l Mummery, It A Mae,
NELSON    DIRECTORY.
To John A. Mara, J
New man and  tin
Foley, Goo T
New man or t<
any person or persons to ahom thej
limy have Iranaferred their interests
in i- .Noiiic  I the  undersigned en
owner Willi lull ill the I mid Hug lllilll-
i.d claim situatcit ou thu soulh fork ..!
I.ndo creek near Seven Mile in Ih.
In.nt Lake milling division of tt'esl
Konlenny district ami Province of lliil
Ish Columbia, have done the required
Murk on the above-mentioned mineral
claims for the year 'IM iu order to hold
the same under section 21 of the mine
r;>l act ami if within !'() days of thn
notice you fail or refuse locontributi
your portion of such expenditurelogcth
er with the cost of this advertisement
your interest in the sai.l mineiiil claiini
will |..-coiiie llii- property of the under
signed under section 4 of the mineral
acl amendment set of '00. Dated a-
11. 1.1 nike this IjOth day of November
1901. Jas. W. I.iviniiston
,2,'0I Co-dwner
WATCHES.
Wo nre watch people first of all.
We make watohea i>ur great speci-
ult.v. We nre in fact universal
watch providers. We boast of the
must coiuprojienstrs stock and
protnplost service. Our patron-
■it?' provos our pra-stnluonoe ii
lhe retail whUIi trsile. Oooo n
put i on, nl ways a patron.
Hiiyiug wntrboa iu the qanntiM
(hat we do, wo aro enahleil to pc-
curo dlsoountt impossible to the
smaller dealer, and wo turn them
ost-r to you st a oorrripoudlnp
rednotlon In price. Writs us f..r
prices
Ewert Bros.
Nelaon, RoMland, Trail.
Jswstera and Engravers
- ma if ji_   i
Its ADVANTAGE.
Daily Mail service, Banking Facilities, Head of Navigation, Good Hotels and stores, Express and Money Order
Office, government offices, Fine schools and churches.
Water-works system now Being Installed.
ITS RESOURCES.
MagmUceRt Timber, many Valuable Ranches, The R.ich-
esi> Gold and Silver Zone in IKe Province.
ITS INDUSTRIES
Saw-mill, capacity, 60,000 feet per day, shingle and lath mills. All
The Mines pay us Tribute.
F. B. Wells,
H. McPherson,
Gcu'l Agt, Revelstoke.
Agt.. Trout Lake I
Pr
..iff
g or evory
HaSAGoodStartLAKEVjEW   HQTEL
TROUT LAKE, $. C.
I.EGAU.
THE CALIFORNIA^ SYNDI-
DICATE GET SATISFACTORY RKTLRNS FROM
TBE SMELTER.
I.urge Comfortable Rooms
First Class Boar.I.
iadden & Levesque
A general meeting of \Uq California Syndicate owning mining
properties near Camborne and near
Trout Lake, Hfss held in the board
of trade rooms, Rowland, on Wednesday, i»t. Out of 200 shares in
the syndicate, over two-thivde vvt ro
represented :it tli-- meeting. It
spas refreshing, and indicates that
a now intv'tst is being taken in
mining mattes**, to sec such a large
gathering of the business men uf
tin- city present ami deeply interested in the mining affairs of the
y ;:npany. The history i i Ihe -yn-
dicate under the activo manage- __l
Hunt of Edward Bai'Ik, shows the
good, results, of the _)4_j..uii-'Ji. i-i
canful business methods to mining
affairs. The walls of the l>..;ir.l
of trade rooms were decorated with
drawings allowing, so that the
merest tyro in mining might understand the exact situation of the
Mammoth group, including the
various buildings, as well as the
government and private trails,
which have been built, by or at the
request of the syndicate. By thc
report made I.y Mr. Baillie, the
manager for the syndicate, it aj -
pcared that $14,000 has been spent
by the syndicate in the purchasing
and developing of the properties
of the company, which itis.elajtr.cd.
an- among the mo.-x promising in
the Lard'au mining division. A
considerable quantity of ore was
ruined from the Mammoth group.
and the first shipment, consisting
<>f 2-1 tons, war- recently sent to the
Trail smelter and-tbe net returns,
after paying for freight and
treatment, were $2,684. There
arc now Borne 35 tons of ore of
a -similar grade at the mine,
which will he shipped, to th>-
smelter later in the year.
Work was closed down on thi
Mammoth group on December 19,
on account of the snow, and it is
expected) that it will U resumed
curly in.April, as the results bo far I     V. M. Westfall & Co.
reached have been of a very satis- j —	
factory character, which convi -  "JSJJJf ""££4, Report* on,
those interested that the Mammoth
jan he developed into a valuable
mine. There are four, claims in
■he Mammoth group, which is located about ten miles from Camborne.
At the Wednesday meeting the
members of the syndicate decide*]
t.. incorporate forthwith, the com-
dasciipdon will be faithfully executed at the Review Job D .^t.
City   Drug   Store
A full line   of Choice stationery
Just Received.
BAR WELL SLTPL1ED WITH
Liquors and Sigars
FRED C. ELLIOTT.
BAUKISTKR, NOTARY
mu.ic.KTC.,
Trout Lake, B. O,     nnd Ferguson.
Props
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE   riOXEEB
Tivery and Dray Stables
___Jlle. Pnrkaud..Curtate 11..i-e_Vl\vay.s.i_r..._Ux*>.
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Spacialty
Daily stage leaves Beaton at 12 o'clock f..r 'Front Lake Ferguson and Camborne
Latves Ferguson, via Trout Luke for Beaton frt 7 11.111.
Branch Stubles at Tront Lake. Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne
U.o.a. McCiuter, J   A. Iliirvoy
A. M    Plnkliaiu.
HARVEY McCARTER & PINKHHAM
barristers.
SOLICITOUS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   SB.  C.
Uranoh OJHoe« at Golden. Ferule ant'oii
tjleeln. H. V.
. 11...--. r.r Iiu|ii-rlal Hunk of t'kuada.
JOHN BANNING SCOTT,
B    A.,  I-.L. B.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
a I   q/\    school supplies, Proprietary Medicines,
/\Ly_»»W9 toilet Articles, Etc. Prescription Work
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
Revelstoke StiUion.
B. C.
11, ad Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
CiVj-itaJ Authorised, $1,000,0)0
Capita! [paid up] - 3.noo.o00
Real   -.       -.      •    3.000,000
Branches iu thcN.orth.iv,est Territories, Provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario and Quebec,
T. R. MKLRITT, President. I>. R. WILKIE, Vice-Pres. nntl Gen. Man.
E, 1! AY, Assistant den. Manager.       VV. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
Trout    Lake,    B.    C. Branch-A    Ucneral    lianklng    ''n-inoj    Transacted.
Savings Department—Deposits received and interest allowed.
Drafts 80W nyuil.il.U In all parts of Canada.
E. K. BOULTBEE,
flanagei.
United Htali - and Europe.
Special nltenuon. given to collections and
B. J.
CUMMINS
(icneral H|..re. Mill Line
of Canned Goods, STuita
In Meiisun. Illij assortment,
ol Smokers' Mipplli-a,
onti-eofllie liin llend Telephone Co
FERGUSON
WINDSOE HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Heajpto for Miiii _ aal Csnircial ffica.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
W.  Abrahamson
Contracto
And Builder.
Lennoxviiie
^«^HoteI,
E. MOBBS   PROP
Job Printing at TEi
Mining Review 1-  2ii 2 _
Owner of the Abrafram-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Gel a Home
Toi    /ourself.
Don't Pay
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
OERRARD
B   C
• S_»0«_IOO_S_KO_HQt Ct^j
ti      OK      •
i JSarber Sbep
 Kt>lt  A	
(jond Shove or Haircut
 Ill.l    IN
Accountant,      ...     -       Auditor.    I
J. C. MURRAY,
TBOUT I.AKK, B. C.
Outside companys'  interests carefully!
looked utter.
All nt for HeintanuuVs Plunos
a"D      "Dq flin   A(iEN*T fOR GIANT POWDER
,   i-).    JjCtlJllU   FUSE AND CAPS.
LHSS-jf; of the ALEXANDRIA HALL -
FERGUSON. B.C.
EASY TERMS.
Post Office Block.
Main Street.
Mln, ~anil Prospects KoueM mul Sold,
Mining I'ropei Ilea Looked Alter for Noii-tteal-
dents.
• $* _. ^j»
l^irili-nii SL.opp.
I;■ .-■ i.Ii.il ilfllee
Trout Lake. B. C.
» _t3sa_ng -   Freighting
! Packinq and   Fer«us,m ■>**"■*-
and
Transfer   Outfit.
Gold or Silver...
Cold and Silver
Silver ainl L. mi
pony to be known as the Ed ware]  *j;n
Baillie Byndicote, Limited, with a
capital stock of $40,000, divided into 400 shares of a j»u r value of $100
each.    Messrs.  K.   E. Mackenzie,
W. J.  Nelson,  Harry   Mcintosh,
Thomas R. Mqrrow and Edward
Baillie were appointed provisional
director*   tn   take   the   necessary
-t.I--- for incorporation.   Yesterday
tli- provisional board of directors
met and Bigncd the necessary, iu-
cprporation papers jn thi  office of
W. J. Nelson, which will at once
be forwarded ty the registrar of
joint stock companies.    It was decided to isous, one Bhare in the new
cpmpany for one share in the syndicate.    The new  company will
Mart out with good prospects, ami
inti-r. -t- il feel confident that
it   will lie successful.— Rowland
Miner.
License   Commissioners.
The? following appointments of
license commissioners for theAins-
worth district have been duly gazetted :
.Join) I). Moore of Kitslu. IIujili
McPhers.on, of Trout Lake ; George
II, li.itJn) of. Ferguson.; VAi'ni constable iV. Ii. Bujlqek-Webster of
Kelson, eliief licence inspector.
Jim rui'll wan down from the
Triune mino last Saturday. Ho
informs that th•>. Snowshoo Chum-
pjonship of Triune mountain was
nin for List week, and resulted ne
fyllowfl :   Copp 1. Mathieson 2.
 H50   ;■
 $•.' w •>;
  2 50    ,-.
  i oo* a
 *1 50' V
5" SHANNON, f.ssayer
FtiROUSONB. C
Co a tracts entoteil into  for pncKitif of MlniiiK-KuppliMS ete.
tn nnv point m the district.
Good, prompt service, anil.un» work untlerliifcen gaantntesd
sstisfactory,
Ferguson.
/•a tp zji tifty KsrtVi ■'' ■".• •'■ ■ :• '-l4 '?
S. Daney, Prop. >
SURVEYORS.
O.BN WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveyed
and Crown (Irants Obtalnd
William Serine!?, ■
i l i;..i MO.\ andTIti
2 Hot and Cold Baths
Umlilciie.-   >«it Record i
I ... ... i  ...   II I'
A. It. HEYLAND,
PKAVINCtAL I.AXD Bl'UrSYOB
Uia.-ial C.t.imn Surveyed
POPLAR, KASl.o.
W. H. Jones,
I-«*sjl    Hiti'Ior*.,    fine   Job
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   i tc
Guaranteed.
A11   n    *
t, Treat L8t6,B.O
Loose
IV, tiling.
NELSON. Bi C.
NKW YORK WFE A88URANCI
COMPANY.
K.«K [yVESTHKNT   AMI   PlWTBCTlM
Tlina   twi OR, .A^nt.
Rcvklstoki    ami     Trout Lasi
a. W. EDGE
VALUE!
Value should be your guide when buying
Newest Goods.  :-: Best Values.
Entire Satisfaction.
Can Always be found at
»■■■■ S___a__Ws_M_M --    " --     i i ii ssissi —      iii n i       an
FRASER'S
Paii] tor
Decorator
Trout  lakh
h.c.
F. B. Wells,
EVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH      PRJCHS     PAID
F..N. Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland,     . -    B.c-
Member Rossland Stock Exchanr,**
II van hive I ardSSU StOLksW rit.  m0
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