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TROUT LAKB CITY,  B.C., SEPT. i, 1905*
Shooting
Season Opens.
WHAT TO SHOOT AND WHAT
NoT TO SIKK/T. A DIGEST
OK THK PROVINCIAL GAME
LAWS. SEVERAL NEW
FEATURES.
The hunting Heiis.in begins today, Friday. Local sportsmen nre
this appears nre oul ntier grouse,
duck, snipe mul 'leer. The Kootenay Game Protective association
made strong representations to tbe
provincial gov. rnmenl in lavor ol
greater protection by stricter reg
ulations. The requests wen- endorsed Iiy the associated boards of
trade of southeastern British Columbia, luit no fur no definite re-
1-11I1- have been olitained.
British Colombians as a rule.
however, are fair sportsmen and
Local Mining
Conditions.
OP     INTERE8T    TO   THOSH
WATCHING THE PROGR1   I
AND    DEVELOPMENT    <>l>
THE     RICHEST    MINERAL
SECTION OFTHE PROVINCE
Taking, iik it were, u bird's eye
view of mining operations in the
Lardeau, we cannot help hut be
impressed with ths progress made
during the past year. It is t>ue
thnt many companies who wn
operating more on the line oi
inining other people than the
grou' il Imv»* fortunately susp nded
operations, hut the actual di ve op*
ment 'lone I.y legitimate mining
has   shown  up  the  value of   oui
No. 48,
Murray Creek
Properties.
KLONDIKE AND DEWEY
CLAIMS ARE LOOKING EXCEPTIONALLY GOqD   AS A
'    I'l.T   OF   UEi'KNT    DEVELOPMENT.
Andy Ward and G.W. Carothere
came down list I bdrsday from the
Klondike and Dewey respectively,
Andy brought ,-om.; niee looking
-1 ii,] galena taken from the J.I011-
md Granite Butte, belonging
to Joseph Murray. Mr. Carothers
is .lining n tumid] lo tap one of
the Dewey ledges, which he expect, to 'lit M.nii) -10 feet distant,
and meet wiih good results.    This
B.C. Zinc
Resources.
EXPERTS ARE NOW ON THK
WAY OUT TO INVESTIGATE
FOR GOVERNMENT AT RE-
f)UE8T OF ASSOCIATED
BOARDS OF TRADE.
It is now definitely arranged
by tho Dominion Government to
at once proceed with the examination into the zinc resources of British Columbia. The necessary investigations will be made ly Mr
Walter Ronton Ingalls, M.K., editor of the Engineering and Mining
Journal, New York, and author of;
"The Production and Properties
of Zinc," assisted hy Mr. Philip
Argall, M.E., of  Denver, Colorado,
A Big
Deal
Pending.
EXPERT M. V. GRANDIN
VISITS THE BURPRI8E
GROUP, AND AFTER TWO
WEEKS AT PROPERTY IS
DELIGHTED WITH IT.
will observe the spirit oi tie game are adding regularly to the ■■. 01
upply ..; gold,' while the Mammoth, Beatrice and Silver Dollar
are developing into first grade
silver-lead producers
laws without compulsion. Every
conscientious sportsman will familiarise himself with the game
laws of the province, which are
here summarised, before starting
out Do not kill anv pheasant
robin, gull, chaffini h, Engli<<h
in.11 kbird, thrush, linnet, skylark,
Bwan, or lur-lt- that eat noxious in*
sects; beaver, cow or calf of cari-1 facilities are accorded.
u^mjmjmjmjmjmjmjm-mjmjmjmjmjmm     1 lead  nml can be traced
mineral deposits in a way that is across the fhree claims-  it con-1    Jui   a ■'• r    1   V '     1	
encouraging.    A,   Camborne   the tains   ,„„-,,  and  u n.   IZ^fiT^TV"
■>an*P IU- ^ the Ev Oyster solid ore all of tto Z   it vari^lS __Tn£  £    ?T V™"
ummmm umma -  > u  *,lr" s -sohdated   Mining Co.,   at Sandon,
in width frojn 30  inches to 4 feet, |B.C.    Mr.   Garde   has   for  year.
taken   an   active   interest  in   tlm
the major portion of which is a
concentrating ore, although some
high-gi ide may be selected. Th
local zinc question.
Acting   under   recommendation
„_ 1     j i-       .                                                 —         i,i;iiui£     miner     mei).iiuieimuiri.il
ver-lead producers. claims Ikalongside the contact ,,f   -'•_*_*         u       1
,-,   ,,      v   ,.    _.   , .1     ,1       1               ,                (oinact ot.,,f ,s Eugene Haanel, superinten.
1,. the North  Fork, over   the thi   slates  and   granite.   Beside-,L_.f_» ~T—   .».- -7.i-_T'. ....
I.-ii ..r mOOM, wapiti or  i Ik,  fawn
nr deer, ewe or lamb of hig horn.
Open 80] t. 1 t.. March 1 Duck,
snipe, bittern, meadow lurk, heron,
plover.
B< pti mix 1. I loti ber,   Novi mber
and December   Kill grouse, prai-
dt   eliickeii  and  ptarraig
of moose, 1 Ik. caribou, wapiti and
rabbits,
S.pt 1 t.. Dec. [5. lb•. r, mountain goat, nr mm oi big horn.
Nov. 1 t.. March 31, uke land
otter and marten
hag limit—Pit b caribou, 6 < 1. <-r.
2 111: or wapiti. '_' moose, ."■ go.it. •'■>
sheep, 250 duck aud Sot)snipe in
one .-■ ason,
Sell duck, snipe, heron and plover only between September 1 ami
February 88.
Sell inoisr goat, big horn ami
caribou only during Ocl Nov Ami
Dec, nl-.. 1,nre.
Ruck deer, s.pt. 1 to Nov. 16.
Do not at any time export game
in :i raw state, or any part or t>or-
tion oi .-nine, except bear, marten
and otter and game killed on ribn*
r.niiii nt license. Do nol take or
kill any game imported forjaccli*
inati. iug
Don't hunt .leer with a dog, or
for the bide, I><> not trap, net or
.-nine or tuke with baited line or
drugged bait, etc, any protected
bird, or attempt it.
Do not take or try to take trout
with explosives, lime, poison, net
seine, drug or device o
hook ami line. Ill lake-' of oO
s. pn in- miles or over  you n.nv use
in-ti-1. Do noi use salmon eggs as
bail, 1,or buy and si II heads of
sheep, elk, wa| Iti, moose, caribou,
nor' lk teeth.
Do mit sell grouse, ptarmigan
or prairie chicken, or 1 tpose f..r
nil.-  any  game bird plucked, 01
any   deer,   goal,   sheep, I11111.se, elk
or wapiti nr caribou beheaded,
Kill no gimie from one hour after
sunsel to one hour before mini o.
Sunken punts, snivel guns nml
batteries are forbidden for duck
and geese.
I'o not cold slorc game, nor export from the province, deer, or
anv portion.
Troul under six Inches long arc
protected.
summit,   the  01.1   Cold   lead   lias
been tapped al a depth of about
260 feet, which  practically makes
it a mine as soon as transportation
\   On Sur-
pri-e   creek   the    work   of   Dave
M irgan has opens 1 up] in in
body of low-grads nr., oi   •■   ■!
oil.-   of   til"   Wrrr   li'r   t'    »l     I   \)-   tl I   ll.lS
reported on as beings gi .ii pr -p -
iition.    The early spring    . it to
see work started on this prop.rty
in a large wav. The opening up
of this will als.. afford sufficient
transportation to allow the oiu
Gold and Guinea Gold to market
their  product.     Down within   n
.. . ., gwwite. Besides dent of mines, the minister of the
neabOYe ledge there are at leant interior has decided to have an
four others, all of which are par- instigation made into.the cha-
alleilod by eruptive dvkea of
diorites, porphyrias and altered
granites.
These properties ar-> only 3|
<""■- from transportation, with
water aud timber at hand, and the
owners should be able to interest
people with the necessary money
'""l" n them up ami prove their
value.
I »n I iies.lay morning a wire was
received from pror.-constable (1. Ii.
Campbell, of Arrowhead, to arrest
one Ernest White for committing
^^^^ —  —r
mile from Ferguson the Baltimore|a "numerousassault on parties at
Conia_ti*_     Sheriff Georg<
i- opei ing up good.       The   |
the tunnel is highly Impn gnate i
with iron, galena and pey c ipper.
M. V. Grandin (the expert who
examined ti,.   Surprise creek pro*
amaplix. Sheriff George Vuill
had the man in charge ten inin-
iit. s Inter awaiting further instruc-1
tion.- from Comaplix. hater eon-
stable Campbell arrived with a
warrant, and took the prisoner
hack    with   him.      Bv  what   the
pertimj  advised tlie eontinuauoe
of the work  on the Baltimore, and     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
intimated   that   the   probabiUties{J«1,vl*w could learn, White got in*
mre that .i g."«l hotly nf clean ore
would be opened up within a  .."rt
distanoe.
At the bead of Gainer creek
the Mohican jteoplc are steadily
working on their long tunnel,
which will tap their lead at a good
depth. On the Triune the lower
tunnel is being erosf-eut. The
formation Is identical wilh the
upper working*, and it i^ ouly a
matter of time until tl 8 ore shuts
i« opened up In the meantime a
full force of men nr? employed in
m tting out ore from the n; per
workings. We trust that the friction being caused by lhe late
chang. of management will be dip*
^^^^^^mm^mmi     I lomatically handled, and  thnt one
device   olhi r  tli.in (,,f our high .nub- shippers will not
I suffer   in   consequence.     Al   the
Rambler Jim  Livingston   is .-till
oroescuttiog to tap the lead
The Silver Cup property has
more ore in sighl now than al anv,
time in it- history and of s better J
grade. As soon hi the upraise
connecting the 700 foot level with
the upper workings is completed, a
lar.'., force will be put on pushing
development and taking out ore,
The operations of the Rewaid
Co, will Be pushed more rapidly
lv reason of the installation of a
five drill compressor plant.
\t the head of Brown ■ reek the
Noble Five owners nr. taking oul
ore. The lend [s imi m- inu with
every shot Tbe same pi iplo are
making a shipment from the
1 N.I.. (Swede). A deal i> now on
which \s i11 mean the workini of
the Cromwell all winter.    On thi
.Milloy I.X.L. the ore showings nre
' "   Arrangements are  being
to a row with one of the mill
hand.) and after doing him up,
ran into the boarding house and
sttaoked the cook, II. Wallace,
with a slingshot made up a stone
tied  in a towel.   At the time of
constable Campbell leaving Coma*
plix. the injured maa had not rerun.'il consciousness.
Don't forget the Trades' Committee meeting Monday night at
the Kkvikw office. Business of
importance,
ac'er and extent of thu zine deposits of British Columbia. The
points to be determined hy tlm expert are brie  y as follows :
1. Examination of present development of mines and approximate determination of tonnage of
ores immediately availahlo ; occurrence nnd character of the ore and
future access, together with cost of
mining.
2. Examination of present met
hods of milling.
:!. Investigation of adaptability
of the ores of the new methods of
concentrating—magnetic, electrostatic, and so forth.
4. Study of conditions affecting
marketing of concentrates, including tiio question of smelting in
British Columbia or elsewhere in
Canada.
5. Investigation of the desirability of utilization of zinc ore with
silver content.
Ed. Morgan arul W. King came
in from tho south on Wednesday
night.
rN,
i    The  hig car barge  built for the
j mill company which has been lay-
i ing at Gerard  for over a year was
i    a
brought to Trout Lake on Tuesday.
It will be loaded with a fine grade
of dear lumber for shipment to
outside points.
M. V. Grandin, mining engineer,
of Cape Breton, .VS., returned to
Revelstoke on route for the east.
He has been thoroughly examining
the Surprise group on the north
fork of Lardeau river. The expert
was sent here by capitalists of the
east who have unbounded faith in
his deliberations, and who are prepared to put up the necessary
capital to any amount. The Surprise group development has been
re(Kirted upon from time to time
in these columns, and it now transpires that the Mr. Grandin, who
spent two week on the property in
making a thorough examination,
before leaving for the east made
some very flattering remarks on
the property and the owners who
had developed it to such an extent
before putting it on the market.
He gives Dave Morgan and A'd,
Foote, of Revelstoke, great credit
for the way thev have ftuck to it,
and expects a deal of great magnitude to result. He was satisfied
that a large body of good grade ore
is there, and although it will be
some weeks before his report is
in the hands of his employers, we
harn that he will recommend putting in a concentrator and locomotive power to transport the clean
ore and lead concentrates to the
landing at Trout Lake.
Mrs. Burrell is greatly improving her restaurant as well as adding to tho beauty of the town by
a judicious use of paint.
Mrs. Kennedy, wife of superintendent of mill, returned from
Revelstoke on Wednesday.
W.  II.   Green,   who during the
former operations of the sawmill
handled the power department,
came in on Monday night on a
short visit.
llhe Sportsman's Paradise
D
A
_EW items of local interest, which, however go to
prove that Trout Lake City is a Veritable Klysium
for the Sportsman or tourist. At the present time
fishing is particularly good.
Nate   Lay   ran   across   two  fine  31L\rER-TIP BEARS in
Johnson Basin hisl week
A   CARIBOU    was   seen   last Sunday
g'.isoii  road hy several citizens.
light ou the Fer*
*'-•   R.   Vipond   has  moved into
■'• Wi Westfiill's house on Lardeau
Stn r I.
good -^.^^^^^^^^^^
made  to work this propertj
I « Inter.      The   work   done   on
all
th.
C.orge   Proulx came down from
thu Cup for a holiday this w. i k.
T. K. Khrehart brought home a'string of TROUT weighing
from .'t Ih. to 7 lb. each.    This was the result oi 1 hours' sport
Billy Adams,   n   local  rancher,   secured   two   SALMON
tl is wei k, tl it combined weight of which were 26 lbs,
Bill Baty brought homo a SALMON weighing 17 lb. li ox.
hist Wick.
PTARMIGAN and GROUSE are plentiful.     SEASON
OPENS TO-DAY.
b
iu supplying any information,
It is not often that a sheriff can
summarily  take   prooeedings  aud
execute the criminal without going
through  some  process of   law.    A
case happened, however, this week,
when Andrew Abrahamson caught
red-handed a   dirty thief in  his
ohicken-house.    Quick  as a flash
he caucht him by the hack of the
neck and   nether  end,  and with a
vice-like grip held on and shouted
for   Sheriff   Vuill.     At   first   the
sheriff     suggested    throwing   the
robber into the river,   but Andrew
was afraid of hi> return uiul urged
summary execution.  After a guarantee that he would be held blameless, the  sheriff   took  out his dirk
knife and beheaded the rascal, and
thus became  a   benefactor   to the
chicken race.     There   was trouble
afterwards,    hut   the   high   wind
blew it off,
Mrs.   .1.    It.   Ilaner   and    Miss
Alma   Thomas  are   having   for a
| trip to   the   coast   and   also to the
Westminster Fair.
Leslie  Hill,  managing director
of   the   Canadian   Sawmills,   Ltd.
came ii]i on   Wednesday's  boat oi
business connected with lhe mill.
We are (.leased to announce thai
the Canadian Timber and Sawmill
Co., Ltd., have definitely decided
to run their mill here for all it
worth. L'clie Hill, general manager of the oompany, has dome to
this   conclusion   after   conferring
with Supt. Kennedy.   Resumption
may be looked for within 10 days.
It is cheering news at Ibis stage,
and the people of Trout Lake
while congratulating  themselves,
wish the company the best of luck.
(ieo. N. Taylor, one of our most
BSteemd citizens, left this morning
for Midway. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
have resided among us for the past
three years, and tlrey will lie greatly missed in social circles.
Tho merchants of Trout Lako
and Ferguson were put in a very
peculiar position this week. On
Monday Fred Fraser, assessor, was
hunting them up, and of course all
wanted to put their vast property
interests down to the lowest possible ebb. Well, we got through
with Fred all right, when in walked D. E. McCutcheou, of the Dunn
Mercantile Agency, and of a necessity we had to travel the Other
wav and make our balances as
high as possible so as to ensure our
credit for tbe coming winter. It is
an imposition on us to have these
two gentlemen come together, and
hereafter we want to have at least
three months to change our mind
and our balances between tho
visits of these two gentlemen.
Bokn.—At Beaton, on Wednesday,
Aug. 30th, to the wife of Win.
Crawford, of a daughter.
Jack Stauber returned first of
the week from the Crown claim on
Haskin's .reek. A cabin 16 x 20
has been put up and preparations
make for all winter operations.
The lead has been cut foi 30 ft.,
giving 1^ average gold value.-.
Another lead of galena 14 inches
wide giving values of $100 has nluo
hern opened up. The work done
consists of 80 feet of tunnel and
numerous open-cuts. The property
is a good one, and being worked by
practical men, has every chance of
developing into a good paying
mine.
Dr. R. R. Robinson has Imen appointed coroner and medical health
ollicer for the district.
Alec. McLean and Hid Graham
came down  from   the   Noble Five
for a short rest yesterday.
Mr. J. Morton, manager of the
Metropolitan Gold and Silver Mining Co., left for a business trip to
Minneapolis on Monday.
A. C. Cummins, the new postmaster at Ferguson, has ir«\.'? ___
an excellent set of boxes and fixtures for the convenience of tho
patrons of the office.
Asa Ililin.in is out doing assessment on some of his claims.
Reports from tho Old Cold camp
confirm the strike made in tho
lower tunnel a week ago.
MoKJnnon   &   Sutherland,   tho
Ferguson merchants, report business good.     This old reliable firm
curry everything   k*C.   in  necessities and luxuries
Mr. Gopell, government Auditor,
was in first of the week going over
tin' hooks of the local office,
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Abrahamson
and family left Oil Tuesday for a
trip to Revelstoke,
Service in the Melho.list church
OU Sunday morning at 11 a.m.
The singing will l.e conducted by
the children and the sermon do-
voted to them.    Vou are invited.
Andy Daney has his full pack
train on the Blank Warrior ore.
Two tons a day are being brought
to Circle City."
Packer Vipond Is busy hauling
ore down from the Triune. —-- , ^
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'I'.-r.Uh l.ir r.-uiiKit-nt und other uiivwllHliiK
will lie i.mill- known on applloullnn ut otUoc
Irilll.si'i i|,l i,,,i f.'.lll   II Mini'. Ill Mil Willi'.'.
Jpiater
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By using Water supplied by tbis
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to bai k up statements, :::::::
Hugh McPherson - - Supt
good. Pool in opened to be criti*
oised the some ng any other man
who deals with the public, but the
evident personal animosity that is
shown is nauseous to tbe goners 1
public.
JUMPS   OLD   MAN'S   CLAIM.
A  claim-jumper  in  all inining
nioiien.iieui   :n ',', .l,ie!llpl.      il,,
ire exceptions,  however,  and  "'<'ig*
feel justified   in saying that man*,   ^*>**1'-
THAT  TIMBER   TAX.
The   statement     made   by   the
Coast pacers and copied extensively by interior publications, including the Review, relative to a two
per  cent, tux   on   the valuation of
nil timber under lioense,  is now
found  out  to  be s clerical error.
The tax  only  applies to timber
lands which are now  under  the
valuation  of wild lands.    We believe this tax to he one which the
owners of nuoh land.- ought to pay,
aud,  in  fact, we will  go one step
further  and  say  that  nil   Umber
lands under license which   are not
worked,   hut   held for -.peculation.
should be taxed on the same basis,
Wc have an instance of the matter hem in the district,
A   certain   oompany   have   held
BUCh   limit!   here   for  peart,   and  ^h vt.a,.    To pet a ,vay from thi*-.
Have not cut a stick.  Other people tl„. ,,;,,„„ illU. hM, ni staking
re paying thnsamf priff.jw ,, imllll^(1 in.
limit, and  are at the same time     All „,htuiu,.. however, came up
paving ina  "stumpap," tha-nni tl     l|,.4.ii< ■„  Jvh;,h „,, tllillk t!„.
giving s  further revenue, but'-
TL. W. EDGE
Painter	
Decorator.
asterso
oampp is a  man who is ii-:.!it',- • i
wroni'ly. held in 4btaterapt     There
a
f
times if jumping were mon' indulged in. there would  be num v niore
i-liiii 11  opened   up.     We know of
many,   who,  year after  year, re
locate claims without making au>
attempt  to do any   development
work, and by their re-locating keep
■ men off who would gat in and drill.
The  government gives u  man 62
acres on the understanding that he
will   do   a certain amount of work
TROUT    LAKE
B.C.
.   m-.*    -r  ijw»UMS
YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.
(Guaranteed.
All  work
-._§
to
Block, Tront Lake, B.C
-*-
also employing labor, which is an-
othei source of revenue, On the
Dnnoan the same thing prevails,
Wc believe thai a company who
are holding for speculation special
oonoeesionB from the people siiould
be taxed a reasonable amount
more than the people who gel in
and develop the country by the
erection of costly
jumper is entitled to nil the opprobrium   tha!   can   bo  heaped upon I
him. i
An   old   man who has given tin
district the beet of bin life and whoj
is almost ready to cash in    broke,)
both   physically and linancially— |
had  remaining  but  one interest.!*
UI ihe Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review."
Smokers' supplies if:
great, variety.
Not   h. in)*  able to  ihi his work,!
^^ .and being of tbo proud liisti blood j
^^ plants   for   the  ,„„,,.,„,.   ,,..„.,,,,.,,   Wl.m  m to
marketing «f our umber resource.. L^ ngfti_ wlm| bethough, ffould'
Timber land, tue becoming more L, fi)1. en6ugb  h   keephimand
valuable  every  year, and there is  ,,„_„ ,;jm wj;,K)(U   ^-^ oh;mt_
no valid r. ason   why th. people_f L,e M K01   kn()„.   lim,   „,, ,„. l|;u,
the province should not benefit is t0 ,,„ Wttt ,0 cnlA-vili hifi de,irea t0
some   way   by   such   increase.    If
the timber in cut we
fact   that   the    money
__&
•SS
tP-
you want to Se_L
you want to BUY
Correspond with the
—. .-J.
^^^^^^^^ derivd
used   largely  in   building  '.'p our
towns  and  cities,  and
roiiriigeinent   to   other   industries,;
one nf the boys around town, who
gi in by the wouk]  ill|V(,  reli«»ved  him  of the
" neoeeatty o_ doing the work, but
i with  a  heavy  puck on  his uged
giving en- LhouWeri, .th [ witJ: f:ilt„nil. toul_
•istepe he climbed the hill andas be
whereas, if held for speculation, it. thou>,|it „,„■ u, We think he did.
is bringing in nothing but a no.ni- rt,.etllk,(l his UTOV(.vly. A Wend
nal license fee. I who knew  his ciroutnstanoes put
■ up the necessary  recording   fees,
Fellow jiilgrim. While journey, and the old man was happy—but
ing through life's rough highway, for „ time only.
did vou ever pause to think that.' Tlie jumper bad got in his york,
far away from the heat, dust and and as fast us a horse could tuke
turmoil of your town or city there him, got lo the government office
lie.- a spot where you can enjoy the Und recorded the claim.
gentle cooling zephyrs, the grand-i Friends ol the old man are. how*
est nf scenery, the acme of hunting .ever, m.t .ranting, and they wi
and fishing, the   most  romantic ,.,.,. that be has justice done him.
jaunts   through   dell,   glade   and >	
forest, the choicest of climates nnd
the quintessence of hotel Mccomb-
dution. Trout Lake is the beauty
epot of British Columbia, and. in
Cons ipn nee. the very spot to bring
your Weary body for rest.
Lardeau Mines
£xcha_|
General
erchants,
Trout Lake
We have several .ni.nl Proper.
tiei. Ii.-,e,i oil .-■ Iniii guilt] ti'i'lns
can be luid.
I ardeau Mines Exchange,
" Iieviev.' " (infilling.
Trout l.nke. B.C
# •
■:•.'_    - : *&& K
NEW YORK LIFE ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
P'nll tNVBSfMBNT   AMD   PROTECTION
Tiio.*-'. TAYLOR, Agent.
Dentistry.
l>ll. Mll.l.oY l«n.iw In-
euti'it in N.-1-....r h-. Mill.*
e.»Mir in In   *-i,Mill.ni »l
TSi Abet i tr, Block
. iiciil. trnin ll,. l.nr
lli-iiu limy ri.li 1,11 nr.l-
clma ir»iiii..,-.il.    :   :   :
Ao Milloy
NOW
is   tha   time  f»r  you to
l" Buy I., ■-     \, ..', „,.,..
'*•«• P   -i ■  ti   • Ferguson
su hriolu.
liKVICI SIOKH
AND        TlUIIJT I.AKK
TH0K1 1. &   CO started
The .Minini   l: ;n
accuses VV Ji Pool of
ous—whal we would
for  A
,"   very -.-ri
 ^^^^^    L'lill—crime.
After publishinga re-hash of what
John Houston had to say about;
.he prooeedii ..'.- of the < Ireal Noi
tin rn Mines in the issue of tbe
Tribune of the 8th ult„ the Record
;- .. on to .-hv that Pool tried to
deceive the Provincial Mineralogist hy showing rich gold spec-
he .'..!,-. ,'v alleged wen taken
from a claim in which he was
large'y interested,   seemingly  for
*od:i Water in
Ytirtt.iiver in 6 I ince
tie :i they built bran -.' -
in \ , o.... am! Nelson,
siid ine J
■     -  ■   i .nods
from •• IT   .,'' . - " "
The Town of rT'.'Kf.l -uN
will l.e irtie nf tli^ (4reatesl
< 'rr 1': .di:. ing Camps In the
World The high degree of
sue ie** achieved by iln-
nun erons W KALI li V and
PBACTICAL lU.i . l-ll .,
AMERICA N M I N I N '.
COMPANIES aoa operating
I litre in a tnhu ■■ to I
tremendous wealth • I the hills
J. YB Griffin & Co,      jUlU   ^^
The Nelson
Brewing Co.
Cel
l,Illicit
Brands of
linn.
,  linn
nml
Rggs,
NE
LSON,
-
-
B   C
CUFVIM.NS!Smith & 6o.
"~~ ~  45 Bleury Street, MONTRliAL
i. GH-OLASSTAILORS.
.I"... ml  *-t..r...     t.,:!i  |,|,„.
proiinii ii Oiind,
rr l.tuent
oi siuulntri' .upplltni.
■
Offloeofihfl Rig Rend t.i.'|,i„„„. co
FERGUSON
foi
ssjr _n
               i
_xuu__: _r~7Tf ttnwuawmzzzans
aO
Browers of
Beer
Fine   Lflger
"'.: ■: Porter
kJUUteror<E,Co.   -   Proti
e.\-
H. ... Coursft
i:i:\ • '   it. < .
V I  li
the purpose of influencing the
pooled ollieial report.
We do not  hold u  brief .from
""Pool oi anybody else, but we tidnk
it pretty   io ai   time  that publii u
tions that profess to deal uquarely
with tho mining industry should
oeasc such  infernal pcy personal
strife.    'I hi absurdity of the above
chargi made bjr the Record is plain  1.08SB -
to all who know the property.   The
Lucky Junk claim ul I'.vlur is the
one   in   question, and the scribe ^^
happened  to be at Poplar at the OCt VO'tHir
time  of  the   Provincial   .Mineral- #».    .-. •
ogists visit.   The samples shown otQ._0K8ry CXiOt
to that gentleman came from the   ■   «   m%  *   j.%
Lucky .Jack  for  the sun- reason JO.*  I'Tlftki-\j^ Bit   Ifca
that   nt   that   time no %m*    • ■-*» »
other claim in B.C. could show a«;Min.ing   KeVieW	
%f^(%f^ Teie9PaPhePS
f N B 1   v .' N ■   E
PA I li   r H <> \l I'I L v
Write |,n   I:
_t2__3_: N E E D E L'
Annually, t" lil: tlie i    iHiHitlnnn
nl •'! Lv Uallronifs uml Ti>l***_r»«iili
-,,,,,..       We win" Y'M!N<irVi:.\
iiiel L.ADIB5 of K I
LEA3.N TELECRAPH7
AND a.R. ACCO'J.NiING
v , r 11 • ■
,,    ,i nl Ktfli li '■     -. ■'•' ■
relim ,.,.,...
!- ll     '.:   ill     *-eli,„,|--      |"v'     THE
WOWLD Kstfllilii                  r nml
il by   all    i- ul in ■   i
ink
Mr-, ,.  «■:•.-
.It it t fin ninli lilni in i ■
in  cm us en ■ he   I.,-.-i. y u onh-
i.i ns, or from ti "> lo *luu n month in
eh en worn ni the Hookies, linmc
mediately np<n> Krailuatlon.
Student! can untei ni nnv time
No \ii.-iit.il).is.  'For full iiiiiiii'iiin.n
,e -..irlil.e    nny    ,,t   (l-.,-   yell   iili-   \: f.l,
ilire.-t io onr executive office at
Cincinnati, <>.   <latnlogua fr ie
Seboof of Teleertu)_t
Clnclnni tl, Ohio.        Buffalo N "•
1 ■ i, iii.i, Ua, LaCroaee, wi.*,.
TexarMna,Tex. SanPranclsci  Cat
... represented In ihe I.ar
lieu-'    ic    regular    Interval!
mi,  nl  llie  yenr.    OHen
it!  ii^i u     re.   -ie cloae attention
' '       r,-;>ii .eiiliui- e i. Ill be in THI IUT
I  iKE nnd f f:•''.f *-f>n in B few weeks.
J We have a great reputation for S^yle and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
Tho BEST Always!
If -: SHOES !
MINING SH0E8 !
.     SHOBJ I'M KS !
IM BRERS  .wn
OVERiHOESl
i  MI.M.-W   Him'K.-!
■ mn ii - .' in.r lulling
I ,,     rmgi     ni, ni atiiiillng ii...->-
ri.niK in li,,  h.,- of I..,,in-,-in   tn null un ii , nr
ilme a ii io
GUSON
Public Sch ml, Hospital, mnl
other institutions.    Ejmm llent
VValerwi.iks cvntem. Stro«*lB,
Sioren mnl Residences illu-
iiiiii**(1 by  Klfctiicify.    Iliuiy
mail i.ervice.    The townaite
jh iidiHinibly laid out.    Gel hi ,.
NOW   nu   the   ground   floor. y
[iota can   now   be  purobased S
: won $75 m :
TOWNS!TE AGENT
 FLOYD
RBVBf^TOKB, li. C. >;
'_■
isj^ji^i^^ .■.■.■■■'
IT. '
i CX_OtJ ».'j-g*»«j-_«_^___> —	
■ > 1.- '.*••...'•■• •
*•♦
* BDJfAL SHOE STOEE
R
Nelson, U, C.
ANDREW    A
CO.
Mall pi-den oarafully -..,,|   hromptly
Agent lorSlatei and Net-
l.i-l',I,  Sill l!   .
A. B   HEYL/* ■<>>.
PfiOVlNI ,.ll   I.ANIi BOBVEYOa
ral Olsifjis Surveyed
i'..n.'.i., i     i.u.
Hhe t)otd jBeaton
«HA I ON. B c.
YWITORfl arriving stBos <tJ,e threshold ef the Unlean)
Via  Arn.irl.Pa.1, Will find this  Hotel  to I*   Blly   'tie
.,„„ f;.r '""''•"In"* trade,   _xco|,6n( „, ,„„„     "• I   ',
SSScu__ »n<k!*J»Ml0"« dinin? hall,    The besi ol  Vlws,8phit!
nati■„; h    i life? !T7,ion '" *m"1'" »■ r'"i»» «S "i
patmni  Uaiton to fbs ranleau can rely on OSmfortat thi! hotel
Mine
W. BOYD -:- -> Prop ' T^.
FERGUSON*.©!
The noted boms fur trnvelle.ru vi.ivitig
Ferguson, H.C.
A wull Htoekril liur of tbe choicest Uqoun, Wines, etc,
McDonnell & Black
Proprietor i
Legal Notices.
CERTIFICATES OF  ttlPROVBMBNT.
UOXIOE.
Parkside,  mineral.claim situate In lbs
I rr.nl l.nke Mining Division ol  W'eot
i ontensy district.
Where lousted:—About five miles
Nortli-Easl from Trouf l.nke.
rake nnin-.■ that 1, Charles Copp, free
miner'i cor liflcate no. B83,180, intend
, \'\ dayi •- '-' I ni* hereof, to apply to
the Mining  Recorder lor Certificates of
nprovuniei i*- foi ilu* pnrpoae of obtain*
ne.' crown I'riiniK of the above otnimi.
And further take notice tlmt action
,-iulei aectiou 87 mu-i In- commenced
liufore the Issuance ol snch certificate of
Improvement*. Dated this 16th dav ol
July, A. I'.. 1906.
Julv 16-06
NOTICE.
i iiii,m mineral olaim.  situate  in the
Troul  l.nke Mining Di virion of Weal
I lenay dial rict,
\\ li.-ii- located . On Bouth side ..f Lar*
j-i river between Rapid and Poplar
creeka.
Taki   Notice that I. Fred 0. Elliott,
.- minSr'i certificate No. B88042, in*
tend, sixty days Irom tbe date hereof,
ly tr, the Miniug Recorder foi n
liflcate «f   Improvements,  for tbe
purpose of obtaining a Orawn Grant ol
• lie above claim.
a ml further take notice thai action,
imder auction 87i nui-i be commenced
■ ..■; ire • lie I iuch Certificate
ol Improvements,
■ -1.  da*   ol   Julv a.i).
jnl 1 06
NOTICE.
■     pirn.;,
ill 1 : - ill lm», lit-
n ilu- I ,      uivi i ...  ul
!—Oi      i      I i.	
Ion , .urn! i,i,»i ,n '1 be l.vui i, tuli
i -■    in,n.-r- nml I, V. I.. H,ir,nun, ogonl fur
'■    'I    llnn-ii'tli,   frfll   e.l.iii-        i-i illlniti-   No.
i Intend, ila'.v day* from the dule liere-
11 i- apply to ('..- Vising lleourd r foi n «••■
Ullnul. ,,   impruvetneul   r,u- the mm uf
 flu .,i„.,i- olaim,
-e-iiii-i- no.i- iiutlno t.in,i notion, under
'. in ,.:  i„- ■ m. inonm I befui   - iie I -
u" i.r nueh eertlrliiuUof lniproveiuuiiU,
l.;«|.-.' llll* I'.lll ll-i-   ill.luiir. A.l'.   III..
' I" P.  I..   11'  I i M IN.
-'iii. TO  oKl.lNyriiN'i' (.i-ov.'N l-: us
it  paj'H to UH« ii..- Toll plio'm .
length, t.rlpcan ol   n ',.   hvi,'.  i iffli •
ui-   I ■■'-'.--"ii: i -1111.11.1111-    Btori   ;  Trr.ut
Lake, Post I Iffloe ; also ut Beaton, (Jobi-   j
uplix 1111,1 Arrowhead.
POPLAR      DIRECTORY1
\m
I Stiver Chief No. 2 Mineral I la •■■
i in tin. Trout l.nke M nioi    i
I Woat Kootenay District,
• in Gold i.tileli, u tribol
i creek.
Take Notice thai  I, fi   I
F.M.C. No. B88M2, ac	
Rob. rl B. Young   F.M.C   '
; intend   Bint.1   dayi   ■ oi ■
hereof toapply to the M
' for a Certittcal   ,.i  I u
the pnrpoM of obtainiog r ('
, nf the above claim
Ami further tal i   not
' under  lection   II"   mil  '   ■•- '
before the issuance, of an
>.f Improvements
Dated Uiin ltuh day Iu      u
jun 2e-0.'.
1
HOTICE
/.iinhn-llllll lliT'.'.nrllll'   ..i   <mi.
tiute  In tin.' Trout   lulu   .Miii'm
\i'.-' I'.mieiiiiv- dlatrlol
tl',„-ri- |,„...l.-il  ;■   SoUtll 01 ,e
J i-i ■-! ,,,,i u<'1,111,1,.   I,    lie-iii'       L-ir Yorl
liiln-H'ikl elnliii
Take nolle*, tlmt   I, Kr..-,| Ji Lm.ii , ,ii f-,
A.   I .   .Into.- hi,   1    -,- niil • -I.     Ni,
it- iitj. luteud,    .1 ,i,o - 'r, ue ben
nf, t, apply to UieMlo.in  l:.        • ■•   ui al'er.
tirl'-:i   ul Improvements, i-   'i    i"   i*.-. ■<!
..I.lu'lll'r; -,u ll ..mill ni 111    u    ,v.     ,        ':
Ai.,1 inriii,-i ini.r iiuLl.-e il ..'tl-in. under
leeUou87,muat.be oorameuoi benireib. .-
Kuanoeof eueh i-.-i-Uii,-..t,- of itnpmv*>mnani
bated lliih IJin iluy iit.lmir. AO.  1MB,
Ju , Id I in '• JACOBS.
NOTICE,
mineral claim, situati
■  : i.i,.- \| ining  I'r. ision ol
\\ e.l    i\   „.|,-|.U\   lIlHll I '! .
Where located   On Bilver Cup n.oun-
:«iii! lri  milei  from  Silver (ui
i.
'1 ake nol ice . hal I.
,tl    ,   m • ,   No
il   loi   John W.
No   I.-','"..  ii
dai.     hereof,
Frederick Charles
H-Mi-i.. acting ii*'
Weatfell, F. C.
sixty   dayi  from
t.,  apply   i"   the
Minim •    for   u Certificate "i
I inproveuieiita,   for    hi pui poee ol   • •
Laming a ' rown Graul  ol  the
■,II!IIV.
An.l  furthei   taki   n t hat action
37, i tial  be commenced
ufifoM    the '  l e. til.rule
il I uipmvi ment!
I'm.*, Un- 1 Md day ol Am:.. a,i> 1006.
■    fi
NOTICE TO DKI.IM'IKV'l   00   'IWNI-'K.
Toll. l:. McLennan or t-  whom ver
he may hii ■ tranafarred Inn Interest
in the Ktuliri. iniii. r...   laim.
Take Notice thai I Lhe   undersigned
co-owner with you In the Eratorn mineral r'luiiu filuat'- on  m,ut|, side of lou-
ileuu  river  between K.ij.io  an !  Poplar
creek! in the Troul Lake u. lliiu .In,.. <
of VV. Kootenay, have performed tbe no*
ei- -hi i unrk uml mad** the necessary ex
penditnre   on    the    above-mentioned
claims for tbe yean n*u-i and Ift .".. in
,.r,|er to bold tlie same under section -4
of the Mineral Act. and the vears for
which said work wns performed ami ex*
.pendfture made having expired, I hereby give ymi notice thai if within W
dayi from 'l.e Ant publication hereol
you fail or refnae lo contribute youi i ro
portionate share of inch cxpendilureai I
pay the   costs ..i bliia adverUsenieut,
.  -in inter.-.-' in the said mineral   Claim
I will become the prqpcrty of tlie under-
■igned under and by virtue ol ucctioi
I of the Mineral Act Amendment kcl
1900.
Iiul'.i  nt Trout   Luke this 5'I:  iluv  .{
Julv, ltH.fi. I KM, I. . I  . 1 .
July 7. l).ri Co*< 'win
nei   • Irani,  1!. <'«. Macl irrvi nml
• - ■     r -, • it    n   v.-i, .mi ,,i v n
trai  f.r ad their in*
■   in
■ In    ..        -i„ .
I it - late mineral
,t:    i-   ii   -,| I-
.   -
i .. i    in ni
fo a -     tha
in  ■ tary
: on. ,1
' -       ii
Hie Bi   ■  ■    . hi 'Jl
III    ' CI Ill    i -his  li,.
-1   put lorn mA and r-x
lilt  I.n or. , ipired; I
.i      ,e notice li at it mil..., .".< -i ■
lie I    '  pi b'ii ation i I ■ on
n     h to eoiiti bute i mr prop n
-   ■  '    e ol    uch expenditure and
,n i teen ts of thia advertisement your
1 in in. said  mineral claim will
 .i '.hi i i- perty ,-f ihe un leraigneil |
-''- ei in '! In   .r lie- i.|   seer.on  4  nl   tllOl
'.o i ral Act A inoiitlnienl Act, IHOO,
i'..'-' al 'J rout    l.i.ke this I7th 'lav ol
Inly, H"!-".. JAMES 8NKLL,
I 'r,-( iw ner
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS _AR,
A. NO. 1   ROOMS.
]nr
Jdb
i
Balmoral Hotel.
rfM
I feC
Ninit.rH to  Ferguson  muy  rely upon  the very beat of
ui'i'iiiiiniorlulion   at thiv  well-known hotel     Boom! nre
well furnished' thioughout.   The liar ia stooked with
ii choice at'Hortiiiuut uf palaiuble qoaualiers.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
Royal   Hotel
fancy Bar,
Aluslcal I Entertainment
Unlit-tin  Board, World's
Mlnlnj* Ner. s
E L. MORAND, -   PROP.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
i:\'EltYTIUVO   KIBW   AND    MHBT-OLABH   IN   AI.l, BJCBPB0T8
Fire  Proof Safe
The Iioiiih) lH«lockud Willi  me P-.««t Wlnen and Ultjurn ou the tunrk«t.
Trout    Lake,
For   '-.mi ■    Lots   8fi    and
17    I '.. ke     Apply
bj  I it   nan, 605 Umversi
•k-attle. U s
NOTICK.
f'oppet Queen mineral cluim, !itiuite
in im- iiiui l.nke mining division ol
Went Kooienuy district,
Where lucaied: On -»ilver f'upmuun-
luin, about l)i milea from Silver Cup
uiim-.
I uke ni,tire lhat I, l-'reilerick Chnrlui-
Elliott, F.M.C. N'o. liMi-m, actiniiii!
.inem for Charles 1,. Oopp, F.M.C. No
B83180, Charlea McNiclioll, K.M.C.
Nn. B78011. and John \V. Westfall,
K.M.C. N... 1187064, iiiit*nd, lixty da/i
from the dam hereof, to apply to tne
Minini; Recorder lor a Certilicute of
Improvements, for the purpone of ol>-
:;■ i..i.i- a Crown Qrant of lhe above
olaim.
And further take notice thut uclion,
under section S7, tntisi be commenced
before tho issnance «.I Certificate ol Improvements.
Illllerl thii llth .lllV Ol _ng., A   I.   1006.
18—B—1U0G
When looking lor h plac ■ to Bpend
your holidays, bear in mind
that   Tr.uii   Luke   i.»   nn
i.leiil   Btunmer   resort      The
scenery and climate are magnificent
TlfVIE:    TABLE
S.8. A-kCHtS** or S.S. LAKDliAL'.
Hui.tii e between Arrowhead, i.,-.i
• m ami I i'n.n, .ii. oomamocinjr Oeto*
,-    i-iit..   11*03,   will   sail   ae  follow!.
.i.-nthe,   | . i u     ti!.^'.
lieaytng  Arrowhoad f...- 1 lemon nnd
u ip ■    twice daily— !" i and 5k.
I ••• ■ -ri  and   i iiion n...v  for
> lead, twii,    ... .-. I'k  um.
>      ii.    .'nun.    uuiiiieeUoni
'    P. It. -t.-   ",i '.. iitui triiins.
■   -   -■ - irve   tne   i Igbl   in
. ,ics    ol     sill  ll.|:»       without
•
The trmpir.' Lumber Co., Li-r.ited.
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Kint-ClaHB in  every  ruHi^rct.
The Travelling public careinlly
taken care of.
HamMy & Nelson - Props.
Ih t'ndirr tbe wiini- Manaxciat-ut.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A Sl>KCIAl.TY.
Stables at Trout* Lake.
_K____E
_ff*_-'
■    "^S;l_B
■
ViSOND •   OACH   TMAiN
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
. .And Very finest Cigars   £_
i
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Lardeau
Hotel
Boa
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
w
-
HK\ viaitinft Fergtwoo JO-
r-ii'iuki Ht«v :it the J.anie^i.
Hotel. Here the vififi.f
will he an rn.iii.ded wi;h
bot&e conforia.   EiceHeut
OBUline.      Wi*H    vei.tiUleit
and    warm    room*,    well
BtnaloBii bar,  and  everything which
iei da towarda niirklsg jonr visit •
|.h*nnant and  mamorahle one.
KHtea from |1 day upwardi.
\\\ strive ti> pleaae <mr patrona,
FERGUSON.
^TROUT LAKE CITY ^
S*ss
ridT
MACKINNON  and
SUTHEELAND
We have all the Latest in
<£\ 1 \$9
m    _f-__B*_a»^**" .."■"—  — —
I    We can clothe from heaa to
foot in a princely style.
Summer-Weight Suits
Make you feel good.
FERGUSON - - B.C.
THERE have heen fortune*.
iimrle hy judicious Investment in Kaul Estate, and
more f«»rtunes will he made than
ever tiie in xt two or three years.
The one wlm reaps Un* hurveiit ia
the origin,tl Investor, for he ha»
his in may on a certainty.
Mow let us point out to vou that
there i» ■ better *-|n.i nn Mie Con*
fi "fut i.i i.uy Ileal Instate thnii
TKOI'T LAKE.
Trout Lake li the prettiestapni
in the Koi-'eiiiiys; as a pleasure
reaori it Iimh no equal. Boating
and lisliini' may be indulj;eil in
the ytui' ri'tm i; viiile hit* gams
III  11-11
llli.ll
I I    I-.
ilia llllll, li- eliiiint*. il Niiperh,
ther. h.-iiiR do creat eitremes.il
being mild iii winter nnd eool In
suininer. Ii can boaai of mine of
the tiii»>-t hnteli ami n*sidencet in
r|,   I'..I.
table     •'       •. ik are
well laid out iiiiii graded. There
ni.' two excellent general iton.,
and ii glance al the advertiat-menti
ir this journal will ah..in   that nl'
I 111 i|e.~ me   f'.iil'ly Well   r •' (iti-Hfll 1 fil.
Write with oonfldenon tu Agents
H. McPberson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
i»»•
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
Make your
selection at
•».j
once.
..   ..
Then cal! on
or   write  to
„_
:_j
IT has never had a ' boom " its
growth has been steady. It is
the head of navigation.* and
the terminal ol the Lardo biauch
of the C.l'.K. All roads (in the
Lardeau) lead to Trout Lake. It
is the commercial centre of the
richest mineral district on the
continent, and has banking facilities provided by the Imperial
Bank of Canada : first-class school
accommodation under the dicer-
lion of 8. Shannon, B.A.; a good
water system ; government offioes ;
County Court sittings: Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican churv'hes
and cottage hospital,
.ii- •*!'■ fire wi;.,ii.i6'7tinch lands
'on the outskirts awaitiue settlers.
[ti lumber resonroes are magnili
cent, nnd a bnnd t.w mill with a
enpneity of .0.000 ft. per day is at
the I.end of the like. The mines
tributary are proving out bigper
producers every year, with new
prospects opening up rich bodies of
ore,
There will be a big rush this
summer, so if you would know
more, write nt once to cither of
the ageiitf at  the addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
—
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Job Printing of every description will be faithfully executed at the Review Job Dept,
PMW*^IUKEVIEW HOTEL
1
NELSONi
FAIR.   I
1905. gji
DAYS -
Commenolng SEPTEMBER Ri
ZOth, Larger and better than
ever Everything new and up*
1...lal... {All kinds nf i.pen air
attractions, Bach day loine-
thlng Interesting, You will
meet old friends there.
Bingle fare on all llnei of
travel*
Write for prize lilt,
TROUT LAKH, B. C.
BAB WELL SUITLIED WITH
Liquors and Sigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
Excellent Cuisine.
||Madden & Levesque
Props
J. E. Annable Sec. p«J
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
Till
PIONEER
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PR ED C. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER. NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Tmut Luke, l>. ('.     !uul Ferguson.
Geo, 8. MoCartor, J   A, Harvey
A. M.   1*1 tl Ic lilt 111.
HARVEY McGARTER _ PINK.HAM
SOLICITORS, Bto.
REVELSTOKE    a. C
solicitors tor Inpirtsl i'.uii- oft ioa6a
W. I. HUKKiS
J. M. SCOTT, li.ii.
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Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack and Cartage Horse" Always tor Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
♦*-*-»»< -. >
Daily stye leaves  Beaton at 12 o'clock for Tronl Lake Ferguson fend Cinborne
Leaves Ferguson, via Troul Lal e I ir Beaton at 7 n.in,
lirant'h Stables at Trout l.nke, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne.
Scott & Briggs
Bnrriitert mi.l Solirttori
s .Helton h.r Motion's hank.
R_VELSTOKE   -    B.C.
500 Cords
Slabwood
FOR SALE....
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City Brag Sto
PROPRIETARY
MEDICINES
PRKSCRIF1T0N
WORK.
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al
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or
A I'll I. LINE OF CHOICE STATIONERY
i.i L__^_^__-^..-.--*-.*-—.— ---..
I!m*»»0OO '»<>CK>|-''   ' ' »_   .*
Sohool Supplies,
Toilet Artie!.-,
JO to.
STRICTLY CASH.
H
.t.. -.-.'1 ■    ■     ■    •'
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B   C.
Best Hotel in Town,
MprteR for Mini and Commercial Mei.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRSTCLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PBOPRJETCR
W.  Abrahamson Lennoxville
Hotel,
Apply :
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Capital A ti thorixod. $4,000,000
Capital [paid up] -   3.600.000
li.'.-i   -      -      •    5,600,000
11. ad Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Branchea in the Northwoal rorriloriea, Provinces r.f British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario and Quebec.
H  R. H'H.KIH VicwPrei. mnl fien, Man.
IV. MOI I .T Chief Inapector
T. R. MEBRITT, Preildent.
E. II.W. Auiitanl Hen. Manager
i.\    Till;    MATTKU    oK    THE    " Cok-
i'amiis' Winding  dp Act, 1898,
ami Amending   Acts,"  and   in
THK     MATTER     i>K     THE
'   S
I I.VKit
Cup Mini_,  Limited Non-Peb-
bonal Liability.
' he Silver Cup MineH. Limited No«-
IVrsi.nal Liability, has gone into voluntary liquidation nnder the above Aet.
.inil hie appointed Erland (.. lla<lnw,of
the town oi Kcrptiw.ii. B.C.,icconntant,
its liquidator, for the purpoiai uf inch
winding up.
The creditor! of the above Company,
which i-n- its head offtru in laid town of
Ferguioa, and all others having any
claimi igainil nid Company, are r.--
iiuire.l on or before the Brst dav ol
Keptember 1905,toaend t-. Harvey, il.-.-
I'arter i\ l'inkhani. Bolicitora for fai.!
!i.|iiidalor. It their i.fl'u:es, 1 irKt Stn-r'.
lfrvelaloke. B.C., their namei ami ad-
ilr.-Hr-ea and deioriptioni, and the full
partieollrs ol their debts nr claimi veri-
fied ly molr. ami the natoreandamonut
of the aecuritlei, if any, held by them,
ami the tpecifled value ol snch sec*
niitii". and if nn required by notice
In a'riling fr.,m sai.l liquidator ..r
In-, aollcitori, to come in ami prove
th.-ir-aid debta or claimi in the usual
win, a. iuch .time and place as shall be
r-i„ ,-ii:.-,l iii such notice.
Af'r-r iheisid tint .lay of September
r.'ii., ihe ilid liqniditor will proceed to
diatribnte thu assets of the Company
.among the parties entitled thereto,
having regard only to the olalmi oi
allien he llift, hiii* had notice, and the
liquidator will not then bn liable for the
•Muti or any part l hereof s<. rli.-itrih. ted
ito any person of whole claim he had
n ol notici at the time of thedlitrlbation
ithe*Vof,
•    Hated this 10th day of July, 10
Ki;LA.vim;. HADOW.
LiqCIDATOR.
Trout     l.akr.    B.    ('. Br»nch -A    Urnrral    Hanklnr    I u*ln,-.»    TraaUctad
savniu's ''"i.artitient— I'.'i- red and inl     -   i     ...i.
Drafta Pnlrl tvotlabli      nil j ida,
i ailed .-■ lataa and Europe.
B*n*c il ;.!■-• t,<,i,^m.n t.i oollectloni and
Minini t'< .ei--
T. B. ll vbi M
"Ian .;,-!
Jack Mr. er _flf Craig
Hit II   LAKE   LODGE   I. O.O.F.
NO, 41
i*"***-***^ ItMnlar in.-.-11 ti ir*. lii-id In
X    V«i/'>»>*'      " ■■'»   ll1111   "vi rv
■*_!•._ *    Jfnti     r I:i* ">*h{ *•' "
V\Jm.f'l£.    i.Vl.i.k     VUilini!   Iir.'.li-
\>£%f..'.-^    •-rmsir.tliillv wul.r.ime
it. .in.li -• e. N. r. :  A. W. I.,'i-..  11 .1 K.N.-..
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No39.
A.P.  & A.M.
3rd   Thursday each
month.
Visitors Welrnnie
I Q.Forddrod, 8«c, 11 McPheraon, W.M.
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a Home
Hoi   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Rent --—
EASY TERMS.
E. MOBBS   PROP
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
GERARD B C
The H. C. ASSAY and ' H :/_ICAI I
SUPPLY Co., Ltd
V AM..I  VKIl.   1'.    I
11.     |uarteri lor wm.-i
■**! i! t Snppl igent
Mnr^ini Crucible Co . L.-
land . I-   \v   r.r.iiin & Co.'i Pali
Kiirnii:.•«-. Burners, att       W      i ■
a    •    \ i i, '- Kine Bi inn
|.
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO   LTD
ll ir-lv. ,i.-.  Minora' Bopi "■
mi 1 Ri
rjt_.i_sorsi. b c
' - £2   "
:B.n ber Shop
 Kllll A	
Good Shave or tlair Cut
— I   W.l. O.N	
-
; William Schneil, -
ft KKUi.n.so.s and riloU. LAKE.    I
ii1 .	
__. .__^..J _.._,
■
.'
Hot and Gold Uaths
Aocountant,     ....      Andllor.
J. C MURRAY,
i'Kul T I.AKK. i'.. C.
Outside company!1 intereiti carefully
looked al  n
Aglnl fui (ionrIn      i lanoa
Underwear. Sox
Shirts, Hats
Etc.
A. G. Fraser Sr;
ner*l
rchant
V. M. Westfall & Co.
*«—•>-*«»-•>♦ »»♦«>♦♦»♦ ♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦
E. L.      —r— "S
I MASTERSON I
Ui-lNKKAI.   Mku.'IIANT
Miners'
Supplies
| poplar -  -  B.C. |
.i::.H:.ti-.:iii'.it".v-- t.
Mlllinv lioilo r-.
.Vim,... '-,.i.-; ■ .-i
Mil,i in   il i-, i i- ■       .    ..       ■,,..'
11. .ii-i i   -., -i in.-i f"r Soii-ftatl-
dent*.
Robertson's
Chocolates
Bon-Eons
Batger's
y\
c
o
N
uality the Best
Hardware, Tools
Stoves, Pipe
Etc.
E
C
T
i
lOI-liir*., „■ '   111
Trout Luke. B. C
j Crystallised j
Fruits
as £l3$avnn0   =   | Gums, Etc.
Etc.
Oohl  ir -ilvi-r
'r-.I i in i Silver
siiv.-i it ni Lead
I '"i i-.-r         ..   .
ZilHI      	
%\ (10
..%. 00
r/i
S   SHANNON,  f.ssnytr
I I.Kill 50NH. C
N
E
Family
RliLo
....
p
BerlinerGrai^ophona
i WILKIE, P.L.S.,
I't'iviii.-iiil I n nl Survej or,
Mineral Claimi Surveyed
irij Crown flrants a >uincd
-.llll-lll-l-       '..-\1   | Ml   , -I   I--,   .
Illlllt Lull       fl  I
W. Ho Jones,'
Clothing ^1
Boots, Shoes
Blankets, G]ove...
AND MINING SUP5>LIES.
At the
LOWEST PRICES
\
IRGUMbAKE, B. C.
Ready-Mixed Paints
,  Minul iwitll.iJHj.— ,w-wmn
■     ■    ■    .. ■ • 1 - ■.     . • >*■/ yj
AH kinds of New Rec rds.
Sole Agent for the Lardeau:
J. C. Murray
Trout Lake D. C.
 ■!' | ii
riiniHiu'.
1 ..nf   Binders,    Fine   Job ■
NELSON, B. C.
Packing and   pw^p*w»«
Freighting
Transfer   Outfit.
Starl.ep & £o.\
H IIOLEI VI V. >'K U.KU8       er,
Eggt,   ('In'.. .-.    Prodace   nnd   11 till ]
Uouiton Bit,, loflophine ':t Xi I-r.n, ii.c I
i ,,.iir.i  . -r,i. r,-,i n •    ■ ., pn i |Dgo( M^ing Hupplles, ote.
to anv |,..ini in il,.- diilrict,
, 11
.ll || i.i- ',,n
rl mi,I. rtnldn ^Uhranleed
t
FERGUSON.        S. Baney, Prop.
t -.-.;    ;. «■   .*
FBurns &Co
WHOLESALE   ANI>   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
iJeiilcrH iu ,iii kinds of Fresh Meat
IfiOUT LAKE, B.C.
F. B. Wc
REVELSTOKE, B. C
RAW FURS
B0M|
CA5H   9KKES   MlDl

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