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The representative
..f the rich Lardeau.
country. Sent to
any address for $2
per an. in advance.
No. 10.
Holiday
Shows.
Skyward.
LARUE AUDIENCE   WITjlSSJOPINION   CURRENT   IN  KIN-!
THE     EFFORTS    OF   |tfE|
LOCAL   ETHIOPIANS   j.''(,j
PUT UP entertainhAmt
I.N  All) OF .IDKWAI.kI.
'I he min. ir.'l show ■jive by
local talent hint week wm a r i ess
financially. It w.is certain! fl***1
for the performers ; whether [was
tn the audience or nol we air not
qualified lo say. Ar imitatrr- ol
lhe " coon," many ..f lhe ilrfor*
iii.r.i .'.iniii nol cover their i sh,
English, "r Scotch brogue, .1 ; us
;hi .'• nter ).i' ce ol the st«(_-.■ w us
trimmed up regardlei s of i a a
dress suit two sizi ■ b > small ornamental if nol beautiful On his
tight was ranged   Banker   I   '■
(who    ;im    ll    tb'lin. Btor   Of    .   -1' ■
character in  black was a da y >-
Harry   Nellis,   of  Ferguson, who
pul up c- on .iii' io      ii •   - s
nn ol.l lime Chiisty,  Aiec '.' lei
imported   especially ""
southern Illinois,   Bar ier i
num. Who  rji-e, ill.-. '        !-:■■
with  a cockney dialect, an]   Joe
All. .t.n.  win.  put  up   phi
i life   which  entitles  lai ti a to
fci .1 nu possum  and  sweel   | lato
ih      -; ..!' his life    On thi   rj
S'ul l.uskett, <>1 South Wal.        U
N. Wi kte .ii.il   Prof. Groffms   all
did their work ami .--an? plantation
medleys   ir.    plca.hif*  style.    1» » .
Robinson and  S.".m  Noble the left
end it.cn  were  resplendi nl I   i   ■
tun.' a   that   looked  anvthin; be
twi ei n h bust uji toy ballootj   ,1 ..
rag factory.   Tl ey secme ! 14. ijoy
thetnse v*p,  h iwi vi r, with 'ryii.e
t-i | ii k ii scrap v.ith the orr.
in  tin-   center.     Willie  At   rt.
mp' King ;it   the feel of tho   utrc-
*ii< c    helped  out  in  the J   uses
imil n him .1 .. ballad on hid
The usual n."<h of proi c re in
entertainments >'f Ibis kind     i r
t*..i no in  the an.lie!' -  I
up aiui I.quest o rcpetitiol !  the
performance al  sonic ful i   .i
We onti'i.H understand wlr
omitted in this en*-.*, im
able thai tin-  audienc ■ km   th. ir
business o*nd the limit- "f t   r ei -
durance.
Att.r ii:-  Coon show, tl.- L'.l-
wards, Harry N< llir-. Sidll skctt
ami   O    I!    WilUic   put   rt;
really fine music, uml tveroil .m.i
encored.
The Vl.. e iif the I.. :i •rn^R- nwas
a farce entitled " Coin S.mi " l.v
Messrs. Atherton,   Choi -■   I
Groffman, which waa we     ii oi
and bean ilv applauded
Mrs.   Wilkie.   who   :ie|.*tj   , a.
('ompaiiist,    iv ai.   everythjb.'   thni
could be desired.
_
The Xmas tree was a s)U' -- in
every respect. The hall \ya- ,-,,u-
iled, ami the cnlertaiiiliiqjni jv.'ii
by    the   little    or es   was    I    , 111 \
appreciated.    Appended   ie  with
is the liiiaiieinl stnleineiitj
1-58 50
Cash donated
lvx| eases—
li. Simpson Co. .
(26 sfi
T. Eaton Co.   .
.   •__•
Exchange   .   .
18
Stooklngs    .   .
.    1 iK)
Fruit   ....
"75
Tree decorations
:; 10
Mask  ....
-)R
Express  .   .   .
. I5.fi
Extrs presents.
.   1...
i
W-Bk 50
Ki'V.   Fr.    .leaiinolle    mi
Rervlcos  in   town   on Suuq;   ,,,,,1
Mini.lay last, ami     t   Fenjv   , ,,.,
Niturthi v.
ANC1 .L CIRCLES THA r UYl
REASON OF SHORTAGE]
SILVER WILL BE AS II Kill I
AS Ti) CENTS PER OUS   E.   '
The continued high price nf sil |
ver betwei n 65 and 68 cenl    pi r
ounce is causing heavy shipments
of Mexican dollars lied into bul-j
lion through this port. Seattle snd
Vancouver to the Orient. The shipments are being si nt by VV* lis,
Fargo & Co. from Mexican poinU
under heavy guard in the ■
conipanys curs It is said that during the pasl sixteen day*
mil i vnrbullion ha*
Mexico lor    .  mi nl
to the Far East from thi   i
In  financial circles prcdii
are heard thai - going to 70
cents I.    H.     the surplus | reduction .-  imited while tlie tli num.! is.
mtly   growing.   I..il   mini
annti d pro
diicti.iu of sit vi r in th world it noa
i:i']y 17.'..".").    i oi
'his   amount,   80,1        0   ounces
an- consumed in the arts.   I luring
. the past yeai   il   -     timat. d that
■.,.
; shippe 1 tn ih- (hi ni leavin 1 ti."
'surplus  ttboul
available for the subsidiary coinage
of Furojein and American nations.
If silver should go to Tt) oauts,
both the   mint and local   hank
i peoplestate that the Philipinc ;   90s
; uml ti. ■ - .-.• die 1  Ni would
i.e more valuable than  ever as -il
, bullion, "and   in   the  latter   f..rm
i\..iild be draw n lie.re than .-ver to
"jrcat'trade 1    ters ol  India.
China and'Jap in
In this connection, people in I'm-
■ anciaPcin !•■- call att< ntion t" lhe
f.i -t that all   Bilvoi bullion pur*
-■ 1  by'the United Si n- • gov.
nt under the acts'of Is***. and
1 *• ' 1 1- now goi '.n.t.-. \\ ith
it closed and th
mi end unless in
the futur 1 new legislation upon the
■ i- passe '. b* d ngress.
• Naturally,   bcci rding   to   the
rs,   the   continued   ri
■   in  silver
mining where the profits ns:
;i r. uli nre being materially en*
Iso make the 1  ler*
eating Mali men I that al thi pr. sent
- de of Mexico and Bolivia,
1 a by product,
;-. ii is nb: lined in conn
Vn nb coppei       ! and ton sm 1 '. ex*
lenl With so The
r|.iiitiiitv obtain, d, therefon. doi t
nol vary direct  with the demand
for the metal itself, but rather with
lhe demand for the the  tals oi
construction with which it is associated,   San Francisco Exam ner,
Fred Mummery and Pete Cul*
[keen came in from Hillman ami
I Beaton lumber camp to attend the
11,0.0 F. Installation.
The air is fu'l ..f new reso'ulions,
fjftts, -. 1.- ..f .'lollies and evory
old thing is bell g wn [ered belwoen
our prominent citisena as to liioir
staying qualities on tho "ai"'- wag-
.. 1. if this kind of business keeps
tip and the boys -1 iv willi il, we
WOllder   where   "Uf     genial      hotel
men are going lo gol off on   llconsi
day.
John .lohus.ru was up from the
Unmbler-Cftrlboo sponding Xmas
*,vith his family.
Earthquake
Shock.
TWO DISTINCT SHOCKS FELT
HERE LAST TUESDAY, NO
l)\ V1AGE WAS DONK, BUT
SOME ALARM FELT. DISTURBANCES IN PROVINCE.
luu.vbiv morning two severe
shocks of earthquake were felt
here. The s. ismic disturbances
occurred shortly before 0 a.m.. ami
building*: were 1 hakon to h ich an
extent that in.my inhabitants were
awakei ed from their morning
ll ■ surmised at first
;' tl 1 iwder mills in
tie vicinity bad 1 xplode I, but en-
quiry elicite l that nothing of that
nature had cm iirred. Advices
from Nelson, Grand Forks, Rossland : '-• ike, S|.!ikaiie and
Vancouver d< I -rmine that the disturbance »a- general. This is tbe
first time that such a disturbance
is km.wu to have occurred here,
and fortun itely no damage was
done iu the district.
i ■ :;      I nf the '  limaX lioti I,
loke, whilst   crossing from
Arrowhead  recently
on the goodjship Pip?r,  ran*.
shape of a Bohemian
ni pictun squ ■ garb with
\\ iti, \- eyes and coal black tr -*.-■
The genial Ed [washolidaying,and
the dark trifle waa bent on telling
his fortune, which, by the way. is
tbe .r.ift she works. A wi I. known
official with a penchant l-r
mary jurisdiction potlatched tlie
price, ind the intcrcsti i 1 - sengers
wen edified to learn 1 f Ed's mosl
secret secrets. After what lhe
dainty bit of fluff told Ed. in our
bearing we would'. . tru,Rt him m ar
a church collection plate.
i'i. d Campb II spenl  I.i-  Xmai
in 1 Ir riid For -
Deputy mining ]rect rd r Simp
son,   of_ Po| lir._ is n visitor _tlii-*
"New Year
Pointers,
A FEV   POINTERS  TO STICK
IN    YOUR    I! AT.     A    FEW
Oddfel!
and Masons.
THE   FAITHFUL    OF   BOTH
ORDERS    MEEr    FOR    IN-
DO'S   AND   A   FEW DONT'S|    SPALLATION   CEREMONIE8
AND BANQUETS.   VISITING
BRETHREN NUMEROUS.
WHICH IF FOLLOWED WILL
HELP OUT.
Talk the Lardeau nml write the
Lardeau any and all lhe time.
Don't knock, but boost.
N.ver mind big assays, but open
the or...   Tonnage counts.
If you have a good showing, see
hnw far it goes. Don't hold it for
exhibition.
A large number of masons gathered in town Thursday for the
annual installation of officers. The
installing ollieers were Past Grand
Master E. E. Chipman, D.D.G.M.
II. Giegerich and P.M. W. J.
Holmes, of Kaslo.
Members were present from Fer-
guson, Ueaton and Camborne in
goodly numbers, and the following
brethren installed in their respec-
~ .    .,, j tive offices •
Do your assessment where it will,    p M   „ MoPhergon     w M   F
count, and when you arc at it do a 1 » .
good one. C. Campbell r B.W., A. M.Craig;
j.I.W., J. C. Murray ; Treas., 0. B,
Quit  re-staking.     If  you  can't K. Wilkie: See.,   (ieo. Forddred :
afford to work it, let someone ;j>, |. Fitzsimmons ; J.D., A. W.
do it
Edge ; 8.S., <". BnPard ; J.S. J). Z.
,    ,     ,      ,      . , M iLennan : Tver,  J. C. Kirkpat-
In   selling—don t    h«*   hoggish. . ;    , .
r  .  .t f n__. „,„»„ L in rick : Organist, G. It. Northev.
Let  the  other  fellow  make some- *• j
thing.
The hills give better facilities for
inining than street corners.
Give everyone credit  fordoing
their best, ami you will receive the
same court. SV.
Th. boys .1 Ferguson arc as full
of practical mke- us an egg is full
of meat. Before New Year a well-
known tonsorial artist who has a
penchant for chickt n. had a very
tine fowl presented i" him for ln-
iien year dinni r. Hi-, eai ly training in t'. ■ south taught him bow
to 1111 up a chicken mulligan in
a way thai would tempt an 0| icurc
A » I.' 1 party *mis invited t-. 1 intake  of tl e fi OSt, 'IU 1 "Ii Nell  Year
I.ub.r chef got up
early ami with condiments nn.l,
ipiees fixed u|. the bird Hard
work, however, created .1 thirst aud
a desire to have, an Intercourse
with bis friend Scotch John IX-war,
who has his aboil.' next door
While there hit Scotch friend became so entertaining that his 1111
invited English friends, who
thought thai the dinner might be
delayed nml the guests kept waiting, made up their minds i" assist
him in i'> preparation. \ window
gave . .^y access lo the kitchen, bul
the admirable   way   in   which Mr.
bun 1 nns dress? d 1 roved lo 1 it-
ira.tive. am' before tbo aiii-i ro*
turned,chicken and ill had disappeared. Dn bis return his oniaic-
ment can bo better imagined than
.le (ei il.e.l. War was .1. clarcd "ii
the unscrupul 'us thieves, but they
were non est. 1 he inviti I . its
arrived, bul sauerkrout, ,sn
ami limburger cheese « is al
could be produced, and it wis
—" bo Dutch, or go huegry ! "
I hey were Dutch,
Don't" Bay you have two feet of
ere if y iu only have L*. inches.
Patronize your home markets
They are the people who will help
you. Simps m and Baton are not
iu the mining business.
Our New Year Message.
We   t  atik
advi rtising patrons
p'rt   during  lhe   past   yea;
solicit a co ■ of lhe same
for I.   I
We aim to maki tl | 1 nssi-
bilities ..f the Lardeau a** a mini rai
produ ing district known :
w..r'.l That our efforts arc successful is evidenced by tho fact
that our weekly mining news -
copied exi. 11 si vei v bv all the leading mining journa's and new
1 apt r publications throughout
Can.uli and thi United stale .
We a»'k tl - ip ration ■ i 1 v . y
ownei in the country in  bi curb .
re'iable new.-.
I.
After the business of the meeting
was finished an adjournment, was
in ide to the banquet ball, where a
sumptuous repa8t was ?»rved by
Mrs. Jowett, which was highly appreciated and a vote of thanks tender.'.I her.
The installing officers were accompanied by Brother Archdeacon
Beer, A. W. Goodenough, Geo.
Whiteside and A. W. Grote, nil of
Kaslo Lodge.
While here the visiting brethren
were taken for a sleigh rile up the
hill  to   Ferguson  and shown the
es  "f   the   Lardeau   in   its
.vintei £:rb  Notwithstanding that
our subscribers and ;'i:M'  t-wrnbemi  thirteen all
for their sup      turned to Troul Lake in safety.
u„ Tuesday night the I O.O.F,
I dge installed the following
ollicrs. l>i-ti'iet Deputy Fred
Mummery as   instilling
officer :
V.G . Oscar .lao ibeon : R S , .1
O'Donnell : L.S., M. Lundin :
V.G., ('. Olson : R.S., ti W. Car-
others ; l.s. N. Abrahamson;
Se.- A. \V. Edge : Fin.
Sec. P. M. Shepherd : Treas . K
L.   Masb Warden.   N.   (r.
Erickson : Conductor, D. R. McLennan ; Chaplain. .1 K. Ilaner ;
O.G., A. E Fowler ; I.G., Hy.
Jacobson ; I'.s.s. A. <i. Fraser;
LS.S, A M Cra'g : D.D.G.M.,
i'-.'d Mummery, installing officer
Ai. 1 ii." cere nies a lunch was
served in the grill  room,  and ad*
- made by the new lv installed "i'ici rs.
Local and General.
llecnt advicen from Nelson report J. W. Westfall in a precarious
condition. We, however, trust
that the treatment he is receiving
tlnre will prove beneficial, and
that We will soon have him round
among u« again.
Fred Klliott and 0. B. N. Wilkie
went to Uevelstoke this week on
business.
Sid Graham is working on a
bottle which it i.s claimed will bo
absolutely non-refillable without
detention. There is a million in
sight for Sid if he can produce lhe
goods at a marketable price. Tho
Review will have a new plant if ho
succeeds.
Notice ! Trades Commtitee
on Monday evening next at tho
rooms on Kellie street. A full
attendance is requested. Matter
..f A. & K. charter will be discussed.
It is gratifying news to British
Columbians to know that the Liberal Senators and members from
Montreal and this district are
keenly solicitous over the cabinet
situation. Thev have decided that
Quebec ought not to lose a port.
folio, but in onlcr to pacifv British
Columbia they suggest that the department of the interior be divided
into two, namely, interior 'and
mines, and that Senator Templeman get the latter portfolio.—Colonist.
School re-opens next Monday
with S. Shannon, 13.A., in charge.
A full attendance is requested.
The annual school meeting takes
place en the llth inst. This meeting will be of importance, and it is
the duty of ev.ry ratepayer to attend under the new Act. The old
hoard of trustees will retire and
nominations will be made to fill
the vacancies. The Review sug-
gests a lady !>:* put on this trip.
The 1 hristmas numbers
by    the   Phoenix    Pioneer    arid
Cranbrook   Hem Id  arc a credit lo
Canadian    ni"  , m.     'I I ■•
Pioneer i> this vear published in
bo k form, an 1 consists "f 11
pages with about  100 engravings
which illustrate the resources of
tbe boundary    li  i* .m excellent
1 number, and Brer Wi lc.>\ hits . I
' there with both feet The. live
editor of the Cranbrook Herald has
..nee mop  excel'ed himself.    '1 he
j Herald is also | ublished in b ...1;
form aiui ns pages are HPod wrllb
Instructive matter o'i Cranbrook's
I natural  n Kiura 1,    The   inserted
photogravures of I icnl Scum ry
ine   w.'rks  of  nr'.    We con grain
I bite Old Man SiinprOll ami his
1 OW partner nil their BUCC0IS     The
i III rahI and I'i.nicer arc amu   |
best,  if nol  the in., i.e-; |>rin'ed
weeklies which regularly c
our desk.
11".\ wo ild you  lii^c t.. be the
ic ■ man '.'    Fred   M ill- has leased
th. rink for the *■• ason.   There is
I good ice, and we can rest assured
Fr< .1  will keep it In  good
shape.
The  Kootenay   M .il pub'i»hers
arc to be complimented on their
Christinas number.    It  Is without
■i  doi !.'  a Ihigh-cluss production
. longratulations, Brer Haggen !
The 1 1 >.i..i :■ ■!■.- >i thi ri '"nt minil ; il »how wi . 1 ' thank nil who
s.. kindly gav • t;: lir servi 1 1.
A quiet wedding took place on
Christmas Day at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. A. (>. Fraser, the
contracting parties being Miss M.
(i. Duncan, f'.anghtcr of Mrs. M. J.
t'lark. of Victoria, and Mr. A. N.
Vara, of Camlrornc. The ceremony
was performed by the Ven. Arch*
deacon Beer, of Kaslo. The happy
bride wi'l now be in thc fortunate
position of being able to celebrate
three anniversaries on the one day,
—the birth of Christ, her own
birth, and the anniversary of her
wedding. The happy couple have
taken up their residence in Trout
Lake, and are thc recipients of
congratulations from their many
frieuds.
The firsl mn«<iu 1   lo   irntv.il ol
■
sk. ink on Tl ven.
Service   will  i>'   conducted   hy  in       ■       M : Mi      ■   l pre*
Rev. I>. VV. Sett in the halt at sent two costume prizes, one'each
Cumborno on Sunday af I moon nl for lady otid gent. A hockey
I        in.I at 7."ii p.m. oi match also  between   terns   from
odist church, Trout Lake. Subject Ferguson and Trout Lake. Good
of sermon, "Tho Mis-jionury Society music I tied ice ! Lots ol fun
—its Place nml Woik." and popular prices,
Thanks are extended lo.nll who
rksI :•■ I wiih the Xmas trap,
NOTICE
Tenders for Mineral claim forfeited to
Ihe Crown.
Tcnilere wiil lie received by Ibe uii-
rleraigned up m 12 o'clock, noon, nn
Tuesday, the i.tli day of February, 1906,
for the purchase ..f the undermentioned
nun rul claims, which .vere forfeited to
the Crown ut I lie Tax Nile held in tha
Uovernmeni office at K tslo, B.C., on
the rih .lay of December IWI,
l\i Ire considered, nil t. iiders must be
ni  least equal to the n  -■'  pi Ic
iti ven below, which is e<]     -lent to the
Miionnl   for  which such
have been repurchased  l.v i1 ■■
in the Will i.f .tune, 1005, I .:■ rritli
. \   ■   ■ I nb   i  :!i,.
i • of advert! It.g
• fee.
Claim I '        nrlce
. rmsoliilateil Virgini i   ■'"''     * IS I I
hi 15
Spec    . :       Ir""
Each ten.ler inns' be accompanied by
: rutted cheque for the full amount
i thereof, payable at par at ICasI., In
favor "(the nndeisigned.   The ch iqui
of nil nnsncceasful tenderers will be im«
mediately returned,
V.. V.. CIllI'MAN,
Government Ageut, Krwlo, u.e.
>K
A
ltative
.ardeau
lent to
for $2
Ivance.
). 23.
has held
■nl here
T. Abey,
Nelsop.
J. HickB.
his issue '
ur usual
•on« will
1 be the
tot in it
rd,these
aving to
le Hotel
n it.
*. Dowio-
general
i job.
•essfully
.n Trout
lis week
1 garden
clover,
ly lawi>
„
B____H
- *
*m
inn  -iy**.* '
A,
Kaslo,
Anglicanr
i service*
«edingly
ve a lec-
irch last
" Among
is." The
* lantern
iry poor
jntleman
in the
Jay.
from the
.tested to*
r?
will meet
lock.     A
ed.
jcretary.
h-er Cup,
■at  for   a
ector    of
is around
trip.
ing short-
rough the
3 Lardeau.
aro pend*
rial House
.son News
i of politi-
auseous to
ler, and is
d that in a
I Hawkins
lshing this
some   nice
ned from a
t cities.
secured a
1 at Beaton,
vo been on*
icning took
^o wish tho
assessment j
-.Mil. 11• i..I
the  Ladiesi
..ML ;
continue  af
JA clean-upj
lays.
dance  wo«
ia hall, Fer
iht.
_____
vjo of spring
..eaking, trav
^ is not all bonny these da| THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
I« I'll I lie,I nl   I Hull  I.n li,'I || J . nml riil.ll-.ht'.'
ai Ferfiuun .iui Troul LaUu ever\ TliiimdH'
'I'.." 1-'. Ill i.' .I . is  ni>| rn.t.l   linn-til reHpm..
• llll.* 1,1 - I   I-   l|llltl.>.|. nl    fill'|-|.N|iii|lill1,1m \
lirtiHst'tl in ||a ooliimiiB
All lootll* Will '«• i'l.;..r.'i-.l nl the lull' "I I •
neiita i>."- Im.-. ih-i ...-i-i him, mnl In t-t...-1" .
I....- sacli uttb«H_ mil Irowi't ton.
'1'f .in- l«.r I'.iiiisH-nt una  till *.|.  ii l\ . 11 i-inr'
will lie mn |.' known on u|i|>iietit.lon ui nrtlci
H.iur.arlnll.nl fci.lHi n venr, in i.tlvoiii*,
TAKING   CHANCES.
Bocnuso ;i promoter has failed t..
make  dividend   payers  out   of   a
organized, ii does not necessarily
follow that he is either dishonest
or iie tuu| eli nt. siiyg the Daily
Mining Record.   Careful and coon-1
Grout Xahe t^wwwiiww
M. lly using  Water supplied   by  th
flr<**ls (S)   Company yu are assured of abeo*
• •   lute purity,   (Livernment Analysis
SU-DDlP      <S0. '" 1,'"'k "■•-Int-'nu'i.ts. ■               • ■  .
T *   *- Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
%tb. totoM\tototototototototo
»" ■>■
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that SO days
after ilale, I intend to apply lo the lion
Chief (Joniniissioner .•! ban.la and
Works for n special  lieBi.se t.. cut em)
number of  tho  companies  he haslcnrn  a«ny limber from the follim-ing
.Ibs.'iil.eil l.-ta.l.-. Miuai.-'l In West Kootenay rlisll'irl.
Ii'i'iiia |niri 1.1.inie.l nt Helilon Daney.
ii.iiih-wcnl corner post marked 1'.   .'
Deri lie's north east .'inner   posl. thence
wesl Ml chains, thence   ponlli so chains.
R. W. EDGE
Painter -^
Decorator.
asterson, Griffith
—(lb Co.=
^■h                     ^^^                 ,     i llit'iiee eii-i so chains,  thorn*** eo. ll. so
omicnl manngeniPiit does not make ,.■„,*„,,, ,,, ,,„•„, ,,, ,. neemenl.
r. ,i. I'lii'iM:.
TRoirr   LAKE
1J  0.
il
every   pri)inisni(j
mines   oul
prospect.
Suppose   that a promi'ing pn
peel is worth $20,000,   and Bllppo
that   $30000 were  . m ng
velop it into a   mine  worth  a mil*
I roul Luke, B.C.
ur. 18, UMI
NOTICE
Nntifi is  hereby Riven  tbat   SO days
lo   ih- ' nliir ilritc I hitenif to sppl) to IheOhiel
ii.ii.isi-i'iner of Lands and Works i"i
n m eeii'.l licence to  c.it mnl carry xmhv
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
i
absolute| timber from   the   following ileicribeil  Watch-repairing,   etc.
hm.U nitiinteil in  Wesl Kooterlny I*.-
a   nunc   in
lion.    Ii  there  were
certain'v   nf   mukilii
I MCI.
every c .se. there would be a sudden      !•>• in n pogl planteil nn Ibe nnn li east
advance in the   price oi promising  "idef Ur.le.u -reel sfarml ', mileciwl
1 ■ "   from Ilallwav creek ami mnrkeu Sel.ion
prospects, Danev's north-wei>t corner post, running
All that a promoter can do, with  'i,M >"ri>»\"'- '!''"" •""'h M,"'l,;!i"j;;
1 iiion.'.' he.-i st) chain*, titmice north so
the ass is la lice of the bent engineers,   chains ." pumt of c. .in ii H nee men'..
is tosi-leet a prospect on which the 'Tr„llM ,lli(.n <*.. >!-v.Ts.^iil'^^ ' N
indications  arc  good, ami then to
waste ii" money  cither  in the collection or the outlay of funds.    In   ORRI'inCATK OF THK RKOISTRA*
one  cum.  the  result  would  b,    n        l|,,Nl"' iN IAI':^I;I,V,N'
.                   ,.        ,,                     C! \l   COMPASY.
mine ; iu another case a discredit- 	
All  work
Cuttrinitecd.
ows Block, tal Late, B.C
cl prospect.
A list of promoters may be clean
and   sli'l   include failures
" CoMfAMKn Act, 1807.
I hereby certify thnt  tlie "Clie«tniil
What   "'ll Mining Com iiany," "Non-1'emwial
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review."
.                            mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1.in'.iililv ■' lias ihi- .lav tree.i  Ie^i-l.-rr.I
tlie   i rem..ter   snou d    be   able to!as nn K**.tra-I*r.>vincmf Compnny under
show is that he has  made the best   ll"' " c panies  Acl, 1897," to carry
.                    .   . out or effect bII or anv of ibe objners ol
use ol expert   opinion   before buy- the Company  to which tbo legislative
ing, and that his flotation methods nnthoiitv of the Legislature ol  British
. Columbiaexli •   -
are economical.     li he can do this     The. hetui o e of thi   Companv is
he is entitled   to  the confidence ol situate  nl    No.   3ul   Qninn-Sliarplesii,
.      .                       , ,.         ,,.,.,     , Building.  K  1 il   Street, in the city of
the   investing   pul. ie      V\ bile the Pbilmlelpbiajn tbe comity of Philmlel-
develoi inenl of prospects  must al- pldn and State ofPennsj-fvanis
,                     ., The amount of Ihe capital ol the Com
ways be productive of failures, the pany i* two hundred thousand dollars,
successes   are   so   numerous   and  a,ivi '   "lt"   "'"  '"•■"■red   lliousaml
.                      . -i.n'. - • : one dollar each,
great thai this kind of mining will The  h a.l office ol the Company in
 tinue   attractive   to   i   visitors. lJ'*» Province ia sin   lo at tbe town of
,„ I mnl hake, ami   I Ihhiiih E, Ehrehart,
Ihey   are   willing   lo lal..'chances Mine  Manager,  whose address  is the
on thc prospect.    If thev are re«B- same, is the attorney for the Company.
Nol  ei wereil I i issue and trnnsfei
unable, they   will   not In.Id  a pr,<- itock.
raoter  responsible because surface Tlm Companv  is   specially   limited
miner .-ecu..ii _ i of the saul Act.
indications  arc  not   borne  out ns I he tnncof the existence of the com-
Ihev   will   be P""'" '* ■**■} r* are Irom tlie 28th day ol
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
W. H. Jones,
\xrote    I e»l     Binders,    Finn   Jol.
I'i inting.
NELSON, B. C.
Mo
._y_
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
d.ePUl    'li   *&im -'     " '   J„'.,1..Hi4.
right.     how.-ver.    in    taking     no      (liven  under m.   baud   and  seal "f
chances on the promoter's honesty f\"'ic •'•. V,i,l'-"ri_;'ul!,roviT,e \''\v'nU,u
1 i i lun. "in. thii 28tvi dav ol   ctober, oue
and competence. oneai.d nine liumlred and live.
'  [l.i. B. Y. WOOTO. .
I:. Kiel nn "f Joil ' Stock ' ompii
The object! for »' ii-h ihi* rompanj ia
established and r. gistered are :
Te  purchase        otbei * ise   si quit .
un ii, lease, nceu; y   ns • oi    i relo| an*
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M        laieli- '-I..
The   holidays   have passed, and   lead oroibei
_„__.,  ,      i „ i" „        :  ,; ii 'In mine, i.r  otherwise in extract oi
everyone  had  ag  time,    ll-i    , ,.A,    g .,   ,,„ ,„„.;,.„,
genial  Hilly Boyd surpassed  him-  "th r miueri -
self  i„   tl,,:  bountiful  spread fur*  , J, *«{• "«       ^^a    -
liislied at .1 in1..er X mas . la v. the in-  otbe       inernlx m d nnv of the product?
vitationto  partake of which was  j""1      '" '  ^" '"'"
ly co      ■tin_ i!.' I'"
Beaton.
1*10111 Oil.' ».wu ' IIJI'I-
t..  partake i
free un.I general. ^M	
Quite a number of lhe lioys from
the logging camps went  to outside  * •\-N*('l
jioints   for    the    holidays      Jim
lirahai.'.   Kenny   Mori ison,   Nate  _.
Lay and Waller   Bell   Bpent a few   IN
I
,1.\|'I< >N OF RESERVE
COAST   DISTH1
in K i- Ik re">y -'"' " ''■
Hull. Illlticu "I « ll" 1.    WB«    I'"''
Trout   Lake   City  Transfer
and Stage Line.
% i
I Ferguson
I Trout Lake I
AND
i Beaton
_ it
W&WttVWmmWifi ' ' '■
r.
is Daily Stage wi'l fg
| leave  Ferguson
g 7 a.m.
Trout Lake at 8
BBS
WOOD   YARD
in connection.
( kWVW0WmWftW&i)
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
IS
.9
u
M
M
M
i
1
NOW
ii th*> time f»r yon lo
to Hoy I>.t». Never were
the Prospects nf Ferguson
b" bright.
The Town nf FERGUSON
will be one . f the (ireatcet
nre Producing Camps in the
World. The I igh degree of
success achieved by the
numerous WI *. I. Ill Y and
PRACTICAL BRITISH and
A M KRICAN M I NI KG
COMPANIES now operating
there is a llibu s to thu
tremendous w<-.. tl. • f the bills
I
jjj n u u \
_L
ui. ii.
mnl .lun-I Mil  Aim   -r.
GUSON
.lav-at S'. I,-,,,, Hot   Springs and  K^nA^fi^^a^S'S^w1	
ri turne.l apparently beneliited.
Fislicrniiin -lack is nt
Kk*enn Itlver belwei  i   KUhIIim Gauj'oii mul
llnzrluin, i       mi
ic in rrpttint*      Nullcc e n ,*.. _c. .-n tii»i Hint |iortl f i n--
fc-t      h' I.   mu-rviiluiii.iHilin iifwliieli \vn» piiljllnlicrtl In
>d   work   out   of Ti m ami .lerrv   ''"   l;'     iln»*lle imil dnied Wth iHreinber,
'. IHWI.    I-,.Mil,    •    11    I..   !l     i'i      llll.l    .   XL  IKl III.    I.il
(the bull   liam)     ami   everyone  ig I w*c«*rt tlie montlt rirKltltnal rilverand KltHllan
good    Hi.:'*
I inn
i-  i..' i j.l. a  it.
farting  thc   new  j-ar by betting ^'llnlT.'Tn.T-Viln'rn^^i'.rJ.'n'!
suits of clothes a,.,! bats u,ey will .,:i,r1;;;,;:l;,,T,v::r.,n,Xn:-\r,;,:,.,viv;";;:;:!/:
never, never inke another   drink
NOTICE,
ordinary   niinua
genera J
Tin
llieelilig    .f    lb 	
nml Placer Mini■ ■: Conijiany, Lid .
Liab . mil be I i Id nl the office of
the < 'oiopniiy, Trout Lake. B.('.
on Friday, 2nd da} ol February,
1906, ;.i •". o'clock, )' in., for thc purpose "f ih.ling directors for the
ensuing yeiir and such other business as may pin] .rly come before
the meet ing Looks w ill be closed
for transfers from Jan 21st, 1906,
until after the mi • ting.
M. F. ( HESTNUT,
Dated nt Trout   1 nkc. ll.C. 2nd
January, 1W)6.
Ilii-ri'ii t will lit-.»[..ii I" -:tir. |...  ■ ini-ri hi u"il
nil.. . ills,k.rill i . i   .if   :    .   ei.un nl the
' iiml \' ..' n nml i.n. r iImti lirlitl.   *illi  In) nl
I I i" M :   I Iill .1   Mini   ll,f   I     h     'I
.. i. \ ..i ;.i i i.. i -.. i     .tintI  ii -1 I*      '
nn.   lniiiU iti ne |hi
V.     -     i .
^^^^^^^^ 1 ii i i r nf I .nn.l. A Worki,
<M.|    (inhl t^liail/.    Iji.mI--"iii Wt.ikk |ii-|iiriiiii-..l
N Iclt'i.... H '
.  . nil   .'  '
NOTIl.'l..
The ordinary annual general
meeting of the Priiurosi (!o!d Mining Company.   Ltd.   I. ab .   "ill lie
held nl the  olli f the <lompnny,
Troul Lake. ll.C , on Friday, I > b
ruiiry 2nd. I!)3 '., at " 30 y in., f"i
the purpose of electing dire.'tors
for lhe ensuing year ami such
ot ber business a inn f he properly
brought l.ef.rie the meet ing
■J. M. MILLKR, See.-Ti'.iis.
liai d ill Trout I ai.e. B.C . 2nd
dav of January, 1900.
f   you wont to S_IX
you wait to I'VJY
I'm i cr.|iui.il nil li
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
Wt> luive m-\ .-r nl tinoil   I'rt,' i '
t:e> lisle.l .ill  M lllcll '.'"    I li-l Iili
. ;ni  In- bail.
Lardeau Mines Exchange,
" Kev lew " building,
Troul 1 ill;.'. 11 I
Aft. i many  \ .ai- >.f Wi -i-
. rn     c\|.eri.'lll'e     l!i       Klltib. X
r      .'.. ar. and \\ill. the ■
[ii   i   "i   i 'no i :i in inaniifai -
tun ; -   i.p. i.   i"  us,   «'■ have
selected
Maple Leaf
Rubbers
■•s i he iiio-t s;. I isfuctory Li and
fer Iwlb dealer and consumer
in tins province.
I h.y possess nil the <|Oal-
iiii s "i ma', rial, utyle, lit,
i       i and   durahilil v i :
I'I Ir-tie of good   Illli. bei-.
And ni'■ io. i'. i ■ vie. able
under Wester,, climatic i on*
dii inns.
Just ar-k your di aler I n
tle in
If he hasn't th. in, he'll gel
if you ask him bul he sun ly
bus them,
Lennoxville
<***- Hotel.
E. MOBBS. PROP
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
Public School, Hospital, nml
..tl er institution!!, Excellent
Waterworks system. Streets,
Stores nu.l Residences illumined by  Klectricity,    Dnily
Inlil    Id-rviue.      'Ibe    i    «ll-:ie
in admirably laid ..ut Get in
NOW on Ibe jiiiind floor.
LoIh can  now  >■-  purchased
i won
UP.
OCRA RD
B   O
The BEST Always I
IN FINE SHOES '
MINIM. SHOES I
BHOE PACKS I
RUBBERS am.
OVKRSHOKB!
(.HUMAN   SOCKS 1
Nwhui  yon  vtiii km w you do yuorbaylni
Willi us     Nn dnn*i fntget.  WhfH w.mtlng hm.\ -
Ihi k In * i"  -*nj "I'"  I wear to --nil «n ua, or
drop a line.
GRAND
CARNIVAL
| J. Leckie Co. Ld
**"■    s, tlln| I im ivm  II .
TROUT LAKE RINK
Thursday   Niaht   Next. *
ins R0Y_L SHOE STORB
Nelson, li. C.
R      ANDREW    *    CO.
M:ul orders carefully mei   promptly
Riieii.le I in.   Agent I rr sinter nn. Net*
iIr'.'ii Shoes.
A. IL 11 KY LA NU,
'K0V1NI I A I   I.AM> Hl'KVKV.iR
Mineral ('Isims Surveyed
POPLAR, kasi.o.
i
i
I
I
1
-*
1
■  	
$?5
TOWNSITE AOENT
HENEY FLOYD
RRVEI.STOKE, B. C.
r
*> 4i-J3-tt-t*r rrs-o*_>■«. *_-€>o-_; r>s_Hi>«t_! •"•wcao-re *™ v
...   XLbe Thotcl Beaton   ...
BEATON.; b.c.
Y|g| roitH niniiiiK »t Beaton [tlm tbreihold of the l«rdeatt)
vis Arrowhead, will find thi liotrl t.< be fully equipped
for hidli'dnss trade. Excellent accommodation. A w«ll
appointed and spacious dining hall The best ol Wines, Spirits
»n.I Cigars. Pergonal supe.rvlsion ii given to the requirements <>f
patrons   Visitors It th** 1 ardeau can rely on comfort nt this hots),
i
v
| W. BOYD -:*  -:- Prop
"*■€» «-»-*_-«»-!>:. UO «>■« *>i»0*> «MM» « •It.
FERGUSON HOTEL
The n.ite.l home h.r travellers
Ferguson, B.C.
riiitlng
A well stock*. Har uf the eholoest Llqours, Wines etc.
MoDonnell A.
Haok
Proprlatoi
-:•
A
•ir/
ft
;-.'
tt
■:•■:•
NOTICE.
HI.   I.iiula .- i  *.«   maim,   iltutU la    th*
Troul   !••»•  Mlulrif,   li, .'i.
en*/ rll.trl.rt.
\Wisre located:—On   Ual.na croek
two iui,.'. from ie-.. i lly.
im.* notice oik' i, u.n
I 1      ,■ .    . (i. Hllll, fir.
■Ion uf wen Koot
aboat
\l llliln, »(»nl for
lull.**'", irtrilflc.ite .No.
KDI
.^Jm.h''.''',",11^,'1-^ fr'"" ••*« >lui«l'*re
uft<_up„'y.i?tb**-*'nlnS tteear
_?._!.!        ""|TO»fIli«,.U  for   u
And •_*r__r_ln 'ir""1 ,jrtUe »''«'v«cr»Ti_
_,   „_        " '»k«l'"t!c«tll»l
,...'.   ;''""H bs commence
,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,"*,*l u" coriiiiieiic.u b.ror.
n. ,V,i , '. Mrtlfleauol Improvem
iislea thia *.!,, dur ,„ October A..D., I
Legal Notices.
CBBTiriCATES  OH   IMI'll" V__ UN I.
NOTICE.
(inlden Chest No. 2., Golden Cliait Nu,
2 Fraction, ami I.i.i. Inerai claims
• it.nt*. in tbt Trout Lake Mining I>lvi-
llon of Wen Kootenay district
Where   located:   One  ami   one   ball
utiles  fonth went   from    the   town    ol
Poj.lar, II. C
Take notice that I, John Keen, tree
miner'i certificate No, b_3,:'...;, Inland
suty dayi aflei .lute hereof, lo apply lo
tha Mining Raoorder lor Certificate* ol
i iiii.tm-.il.euti In (be purpose of obtain
Ing crown grant* nf the above claims
And further ti. Ire notice that sctlon
under lertion S7 must be eominence.l
before tlie Issuance ol such certificate ol
improvement! I ■»•- this Slsi day oi
October, A. II , 1908
Nov 2 (16 JOHN  KI E.N
NOTICE
Black Diamond mineral  claim,  iiimte
1b the Trout Lake Mining divial i    '
Weet Kootenay district.
Where located: On divide between
tbssoutbforkoftliebo.nl, Fork ol the
Lardeau river ami Bonanta Creek, about
two miles northerly from the \meri sn
mine.
Take Notice that 1,0 It N. Wilkie,
acting ae igr'nt tor the Heattle-Oregm
Mining Oo , t M 0, No B831M, intend, mty days from the data here I
toapply to the Mining Recorder for a
o.nticate ol Improvements, fo» the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant uf
tl.e i       claim
And furthei take notice that action,
uri'ler lection  .'i*.   most   be con
NOTICE.
Mack Dili'in.inl Mineral Olaim iituate
in the   Tronl  l.akn   Miniug  Diviiion nf
West Kootenay District. Where located
One hull mile north of llaxkiuH creek
Take Notice that I, II. McPheram
•Kent for the Seattle-Oregon Mn inji
t;.i , Free Miners'Certificate. No.1)81 V
intend eiity days from tl.e dati
hereol toapply to the Mining Recor lei
f..r • Certificate r,f Improvements foi
lie purpose of obtaining a Crown gram
ol I lie abovi .'laim
Ami  further take notica that set
under section '.i'i must be coniinen. *
before lbs Issuancsol such C<rtifica'<
i.f Improvements
/■a'.- I thii 2Srd day Se.pt. a 11   190'
■epl M
Ul l   '
0. I).
r lor a eer
purpose
ivu
arlli.n, und
.-I b.for. tha 11
menu.
_______  '***•
N,  W11.KIB,   P.I..S
TROUT LAKE.
It payi to me tl.e Telephone A
lengthv trip can often he saved. Office*
at Ferguson : Cuirmina' Htore ; 'I rout
I.ake, Post Office ; alio at Beaton, Comaplix aud Arrowhead.
NOl'ILK TO  _KU.*«CIIJI.N_ CO-0WNEIM
To James (irant,  B.  U. MacI eod and
JameS  Bouchier,  or  to   whomsoever
they   mav   have  transferred their iu-
tereit in the Slate mineral claim.
Take notice that I, tl.e undersigned
co-owner a ith you in  the Mate mineral
. laim, situate on South side of Lardeau
river between Rapid and 1'oplar creeks
in the Trout l.nke Mining Division of |
''Veil   Kootenay,   have   performed   th*
Decenary work and made the necessary
expenditure on  the above  ment.one.
claim loi the years 100-1 and Itt06, in
order lo hold the same under section ".'<
of the Mineral   Act,   aid   tl.e   >ears (or
which stud woik mi performed sn I .1
penditur* made having expired, 1 here*
• give you notica u.ai .1 within wo days
rem   lim   liiat   publication  hereof you
£ I Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
ARROW   LAKE,   B.C.
r 1: j- K   ' i.
w
Balmoral Hotel.
Visitors  to  Fergus >n  may  rely upon the very bast of
accommodation  at tbi* well-known hotel    Booms are
well  furnished  tlnoughout.    The  Bar  is stocked wilh
a choice assortment of palatable quenchers.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
Under   New  Management* ~
HARRY  McINTOSH.
_i
of the IJ.'ffmftiiii House, Rossland,
Proprietor.
>S   -t    *  \   f  t
The Must complete health resort on
the continent of North America. Accommodations for 100 guests. Oood
fishing, hoating and  hunting.
ail or refuse ti contribute your propor- Terms $12.00 to fin no per week, aecor
ill..at.   in t is
of  H'eil K.i .1-
NOTICE
Br.1   K.11. mineral   elallil
I rOUl   I ...   M I l.l UK lllvl.lt
• nay Ulalrit'i »"**^^
A here lin-_t»d ;-.)n irm.n.a   tresk. about I
.me miie ...111I1 e«.l   fruaa   llla.-a   DUmoud
mineral claim
1 . - - notici mat I, OB N. Wliaie.steal f ir
I'.i.i Mc Velgb, t". miner*! certir.c.te .*-o.
IoUj  I. ili'-j 1a>« from tl.e d»U li-re-
Of, I i*| pi) '•. I'.e sflnlnf Keo ir ler f'.r a . er-
r Improvements, for tlie uurrn- .r
ublalDlnf a CrownUraotof tbeabovi  1 ■   ■
And furtUer taki notice that action, under
• * ■   ■ IT, mult oe oommanoed oefure, u.« l|.
iui    eofiu     certlfleaU if improvement!
p.1.1 ibltdtu day of October, a.ij.. iws.
octS I.   II. N
mate share  nl   iuch  expenditure and
... 1 b costs of this advertisement -your
lerust iu the said mineral claim will
e 1 roperly of U.e undersigned
11   lei t    '. b) virtue ol section 4 ul the
Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1U00.
.' ate ' at i rout   l.akn this 17th dav of
Jul., i "i JAU-8 8N-LL,
Co-Owner.
ing tn residence in   boiel   or villas.    .
doctor in attendance.
lor fuiiher partijulars apply to
Harry Mcintosh, Pronrietr
WILKIE, 1' '   I
TEOOT Uk't.
NOTH E TO I.KI.IN'mlKNT  ..-iiWNI.it.
tn 11  R   McLennan or to whomsoever
he may haie transferred  his   intern!
in the Kmbro mil '"al .'laim.
lake Note e thai I the undersigned
o-owner with you in the Rmbru mineral claim situate on south side of Lar-
lean   river   between Rapid  and 1'opb
NOTICE.
Copper 'J'leeri mineral   claim   situate
-   I rout  I uke  mining division of
V. e.' .'.   itenay district.
\\ i.eie I oca Iod : 1 In ^.!ver Cup mountain, ahout 1;-, miles Iron, .liver Cup
mine.
lake notice t;.a'. 1, Frederick Charles
Elliott, F.M.C. No. B88042, acting as
agent for Cnarlee I.. Copp, F.M (', No.
U831M, Charles McNicholl, K.M.C.
No. B7.011, and John W. Wenfall,
F.M.C. No. B8796., intend, sixty dayi
Irom the da' hereof, to apply tn il tr
Minim Ken r for a Certilicate ol
Improvements, for the purpi.se ol obtaining a Crown (irant of the above
claim,
And  further take notice that action.
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS.
A
Pointer
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
KviaTrinr-r.   new  anij   riBHTci.AHB in an. aanraoTS
Fire  Proof Safe
Th* hen.* Is itoek.S vllh in. Pi»l WliW aad ''J»»i» >s ii>. _.,..,
Trout    Lake,
JThe CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
The Strand Eotel
ROSSLAND
■ ,ieau met oetween Kapia ana ropier under section 37, must 'be commented
tief.ire th. issuance of such « ertifli ati ,„,.., ,„ ,.,. ,. ...., ,,„g dlvll„,n M t) 1„u„.C(,oMJerli_c,leo, hll.
of ImprovemenU. „( w, Kootenay. have performed the ne* Iprovementi
Hand    Ibis   .'ill.   day  of (ii-t ,   a n  , ,f„ary work aiel mad. the necessary ex  |    Dafed this llth day of Aug. a.d. 1905.
1 °8. .,    „  _   „.,,..,,     penditnre   on   the    above-mentioned   i.-__iyo&.
oct 6. ,U   li  N   m I.R IK  I ,.!,!„„  for the yean  1UU4 and 1905,111 I
IS
NOTICK
Tom Bdwardi tnitteral claim, innate
lu tli-< Trout lake Mining llivision of
.Veil Ko ita •> distri t
Where locate I I 'n Bilver Cup moun-
tain, about IJ^ milei Irom *-i.\-r (up
nine.
Take notics that I. Frederick Charles
Klh .it, K.M.C. No B83042, acting as
axent (•.- J •'.*. W Westfall, F. 0
No B'Cii'it, Intend, six'y days from
the dats hereof, to a| plj to lbs
Mii.inj Recorder f .r a Certificate of
ImprovemenU,   h.r   1     •- '.I ob
taming  a Crown   'irant   ol   the   above
claioi.
And   further   take   notice that aeti   :.
under   Section  -IT,   iit>ief   be I 'mn,cored
ttal  re   the :is 1 nue  ..f sil-h Certitii
of Iinpr iveineiil.
Hated tins Illli dav of A.ig.a.n   I •
IX    n -04
order to iinld tin* same under lection iM ....        it,       .       _____                     ,
of the Mineral Act. ai. 1 the yean Ior « hen looking f.r a plac? to spend
which said work was performed and ex* youi li'.lidays, bear in mind
pei       re made having expired. I here- that Trout   I.ake   is   an
hy  ((■*«  you   aotiee  that  if  within  .0 i,le_l
days Irom the tint publication l.eroof
THE
Place to Stop at j
WHEN IN R088LAND.
I. I'nl.r Ihi aiM Uiu(i:iii.l
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A BPECIAl.TY.
Stables «t Trout L«ke.
mil .'«.. .r rehire t 1 coiitritcjle yourpro-
port aU share ol iiicliej.;end!tureanii
pay  the   CoeU ol Ibis alvert.ieu.erit,
Ureal in the said mineral claim
Kill bet-'ime the property of the under-
■ ■ ed in ler ami I.y virtue of section 4
of the Mineral A.l Amendment Act
1900.
Dated  at Troul  I.ake this 5ib day of
.i.i. l-aao C. Klliott,
J, us Co-tiauer
summer   resort.      The
.-••nerv and c!;matL'are magnificent! Davis (8b Loder  -  • PfOpS.
TirVIE    TABLE
"' Review Job Dept.
Foi High-CUag Work.
Hucnir.g 1
ion and Con
tier Ulb, ll
«*eati sr , •
Leaving .
Comaplix, t
Leaving ,
Arrowhead,
t;45k.     M»k
lt_ allC. P.
Tbe owners
'hange ll_.es
notlte.
Tha Boy. man Lu
O-U. P   PII'LR.
t«een Arrowhead, Hca-
pilx, commencing Uctu-
i, will sail as follows
atlrg.
rnwht-ad for HeitoD and'
r*e dally—10k aud 6k.
-.too and  Comaplix for
twice dally—7:15k  an.
g    close    connvciions
.  Steamers an 1 '.rains.
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musical !.Btcrt»ls_ent
Bulletin   Baard, World'*
Mlalac New*.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
reserve   the
of    eatuuga
r.ci.t   toi
Excellent    Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   a
•ithoui'E. L. MORAND, -  PROP.
■ber Co.. Limited.
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Lardeau
Hotel
Baa
to
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
m
171-
WII1EN   »llilin({   Fergus .11  tu ll
eh ul.l stay hi lhe Lardeau
Hotel.     Her*   tl..-   tisil
wl!   be   surrounded   wub
In me comforts    Bx< el lent
cuiaina,     well   tciitilatcd
and    Kami    r uiii,    w.-ll
. ■     ba:     and   <•»• rylhing  **' 1''1
Is   Ii towarils  making your »iah a
|iliiaaant and  men   -»  le 1 ne.
Rates ft   iu fl  .lay  ..[.wards
\\ .   hit ..e  I,, l.ltis* 1 i.r 1 atr. : s
FERGUSON.
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iv
Q:
=E
_
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND __
m WWW y
General
Merchants.
FERGUSON - - B. C.
=D
TROUT LAKE CITY
THERE bare been fortunes
inmle by judicious investment in Heal Eritatn, and
ni ae fiirtuucs will be marie than
*»er tbe next two or three years.
The one wh.. r*nps the harvest is
the original lavastor, for he has
his iii'.ney on a ceitainty.
Now let us point out to you that
there is no better spot nn the Con*
t ii"i.t to buv Real Estate than
TROl'T LAKE.
Trout Lake in the* prettiest spot
in the Kootenays ; as a pleasure
retort it has nn equal. Boating
..:. I fishing may bo Imlulgeil In
the year r. un'f ; while big game
In abundance is to iho found on
ih* bills. Its climate is superb,
then* b'-ing DO great extremes, it
b.'ing tiiil.lin winter and cnol In
summer. ll can boast of 8>ine of
1I10 finest hoti'lH am] residences In
British Columbia, Its streets aro
well laid "nt and graded. Then'
are two excellent -**enernl stores,
and a glauoe at the advertisements
in this journal will show that all
trades aro   fairly Well  represented.
Wiite wiih confidence to Agnnts.
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
««*»
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.  ::  ::
Then call on
or   write  to
_T ~d
IT line never had a " boom " Its
growth has been steady. It ia
the bead cf navigation, and
the Uriiiii al of tbe Lardo branch
of tie C.P.R. All roads (in the
Lardeau) bad to Trent Lake. It
la the 1 n menial centre of the
richest mineral district on the
continent, and has banking facilities j rovided by lhe Impetlal
Bank of Canada ; first-class school
accommodation under tbe direction of B. Shannon, BA. j a good
watrr system ; government offices ;
Cunty Court sittings; M> tin dial
Episcopal and Anglican churches
and collage hospital.
There are valuable ranch landa
on ihe outskirts awaiting aettlera.
Ita lumber reaourcea are magnifl
cent, and a band saw mill with a
cspHcily of 60,000 ft. per day Is at
ti e bead of the lake. Tbe nilnea
tributaiy are proving out bigger
producers every year, with new
prospects opening up rich bodies of
ore.
'Here will be a big rush ikls
year, so if you would know
more, write at once to either of
tbe agent* gt tho addressee below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
m%
'uiiUiumuiiwaiU.iUWiuui»i,iwUsiuiwuaauuMUiiisUiUiaiiuuiiiiaawmiuuiui
uitrttivo
Srurdean
S.'l.t   to
s for $2
dvance.
0. •_;;,
«.
nSwiJaW
hus bold
cut hero
T. Abey,
Nelson •
.1. Hicks.
lliis 1KSU0
>ur usual
ions will
11  be the
not in it
lrd,these
oring to
le Hotel
in it.
jr. Dowio-
general
s job.
cessfully
in Trout
lis  week
d garden
clover,
ity Iawa
of Kaslo,
Anglican
B pervicca
jeedingly
.re a lec-
irch  last
" Among
ns." The
r lantern
ery poor
entleman
in   tbe
day.
from the
nested  ti»
r«
Tvill meet
l.K-k.     A
ed.
ecretary.
Iver Cup,
int   for   a
ector     of
is around
trip.
ing sbort-
irough the
e Lard.au.
aro pend*
ciai Boom
Ison News
I .f |>.iliti-
iaiir*eous to
dcr. and is
J that in a
*   lliiwkinsj
(i<hmi* this
some   nice
ned from
t cities.
secured
I .it Beatod
vo been ct^
oeaing tool
- i-di tin
aaeesstiieirj
le th:
ibe   I.adi«
. Rail.
rontinii"
A   . b'i*n-*j
Jays.
■ I nice
ia Itail, Y\
<ht.
we of iprlj
^^w ..— ..taking, tr I
»4 is not all hon^y tbeae da^

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