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Newspaper   in    N,
Kootenay. Besl at
vortising  medium,
VOL. i
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,    MAR 801906     £
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country.     St nl in
any audiow for if'J
l» i .-.ii. ii. Edvance.
^eetingof Trades
Conmittee.
TROUT LAKI-: CITY,  B.C.,   HARCH 24, 1005
         No. 20.
paid ■ visit tti<i"lorMl.thi,w^_^'0!'lU''iV'j!Mf "/' ""' yr8' Dr      ""' "'";,i'; "" ,:'' VU9m r'"!i     !|"' ^mpl.onia Orchestra  ha.,! -p^r, „" '"*-,.."
P:ob.nson on Monday got the boy,  batm Tr  Uk* an.l lun-MlieIthis week  k*eu  urn-in.,,*,! by th,   - lOgrOSS   at    Thi;
„ SldGJaham "turned the first of out with their tin cans and horns, is sure to lie heavy this summer =,,t»-,, Iw-,i  , ,,, ,  ,    ;      . *.-..
GOOD   MUSTER   DISCUSS   ''" ffeeJ   '  ^ttle. wher.ha. .«d lhe result was „ regular old*  A Uttle expenditure in  w        h       1   -     1,              , ^ MlIXCS.
MATTERS   OF   GREAT   IM> £\«**«!« M»* t. thepast time, ivari    While out they-^,. making a  few  "tum-ina" would biend,*uS21,iti,tTg .'I
PORTANCE   TO   THE    DI8-      »w' "illy Crawford   a serenade,   nnd facilitate .natters considerably, wind chorda, and 'the  itlaver  V,        ■'■' t thirty mr n.,-1,-,
IIMl"!'                                                               '''"i  Mi'Li'liliiiii iiml  N.mli  ikn.   Utter   plavilii/    scVcrul    ....ii,.,...;,,..        ...    . i-   n.. ...                , ,  ,1.   v   .,:     ,'       ,, .              .    '
1RICT
The meeting of the Trades (lonv
tli'.- mi Monday night last is ai
■hivini/    SHVuru I    unllt.niiln.fi      m    i K'-liv in   an   adeUt   I'll nil It 111 w     1
.'i.iiiin uml Noah Ainu pwying   seviral   .ninoning      We have not seen any indication \ .,     , .      property is keeping tiw Pivu _;.j
ami   twoof our popular hotel "v|,'"'"'-;   <* was found  thai the ,,„ tij,.  |Mr,  0f the post-innster in \ue.   ' '","
III. 11 m^—^— (     dirSCtMlll   <•!    * ° '     '
II   (.pun   tliti;      '1 he repairs al Five-Mil<
iterost in the affairs of tl
i'c   wuulil   like   to  sec ev
men, rusticated at  Revelstoke for \%» - -Pt.V, BUI,  I M,. toZnTL.Z^T'Z  "«' '«     «*« «■
"Veral day. this., k.                    Crawford having g„ ut to gJ)t, : ■•(:,,,.,,,,,. |{,,,|. r" will, r,,;,|.,„ !'i,l  Carotin*    wi
the din.I    <».   B.   N.   Wilkie returned fromr'!J,ieVe,;;n|t' theektahllaliment o* U.xeaat difT-|**aHo„  with  a dance next Thuia*   -nm,,!, U'^J iii^P^ZI'
"■•"' '   " '   M«__,  night     Heis      '}• f-™,»? , Miner is agifal- ^ parte of the town. day ., U,e I Review Hotel .,,„. |   ^ j "  V'
«otown. now busy surveying the  line for.gI \ ,_ ," _• ^oX^"„_!?i, , /'""" '"^ wili  ^\vn,,wH    Jim  Livingston i, d..in«   somt   'igures are not obiaiuai.le, iu,.   „-
erypn-  the big tunnel up th,* t„„th I'Wk.   |„|„,.,,      '       ' '"''  - »Mh "  J* |-J» !')nu^3,;,03,^t ^jj, «* "K ht«Kl work oi,   th.  I.n.nl.,. r u,. :...-  '■" 1   tl.ej   ar,   ,,;,,,,,,   .
11        	
uguryof better times lnthedis-|    0.  B.  N.  Wilkie returned from I *l„*Vei!.,n*
fift. It gave evidence of inerei
actory in tiie managemen
:^</'o    ,
A   VI. .. ..f I l
w
'      '..'•,   foil e U Hill la fi ■ ".. •••   - i'i-iI.
|Krt'.' owner in town attending tin'
^Kctings.
I I' .-i.It-Hi .la...   A. Cirifliths occu-
Si * • I   ti.    i iair,   while   secretary
fewnian-Taylor  took  minutes   •>'
tl"     |'l"   ' .'.iillL--
The   secretary    read   copies   .*f
immnnications t>. Trades   Com-
tittetm of Pcrgnson  ami  Poplar,
pnpt.  (itirc,   rtiijii.   of   navigation
.IM!., .:..!..! II. OreentHteifh l'.o
hspector:    Secretary    Board   nf
[ratio,  Nelson;   J   8.   Lawrence,
pvisional superintendent C.P.R.
\ communication was read from
[.  K   Oreenshield, P.O. Inspector,
ancouver.
Tlu<   By Law   Committee   read
|...rt   ami   siiliiuitt.il achedille of
lwb to. govern  business, and after
iveral minor alterations had been
hade thc by-laws were adopt   1
Two new members were enrolled.
The  committee enquiring   into
fur standing re incorporation re-
orted progress
K. It. Vipond brought up n mat-
ttr relating tn tin1 widening nf tho
*ai.'i.ii mad between Five mid Ten-
Mi.'       Mr.  Vipond  pointed   out
■hat it would   In-   a   matter nf im-
■.ns.-iliility for two teams meeting
Patronise mir home merchants
Between Ferguson »nd Trout Lake
thc merchants carry cverythim
that can 111mk> B lif" a joy, and tl.ei:
prices make th** eastern sweat
shops look like a copper Cent
Ah soon hp the line of lhe t nine'
is run by Surveyor Wilkie about
twenty men wi I bo put to wnrk on
the lug tunnel proposition
We are nol boomers ; we're h km-
•rr*    There  in  an  opening  for a
booster clnh in town.
The Blides are all down o i the
Silver Cup, and a hi;: force of men
will i.s'ii derations al an early
date.
Placing an incompetent man in
charge of the mine is like refusing
to place insurant on y.iiir buildings.
Two attempts wore made this
week to open communication with
the smith.     Five mile point, how
ever,   was  as   far  us  could lie l*nt
owing   to   the   heavy   ice   ami  the
barge not being in shape to *>tand
the pressure.
A North Fork  ProporLy    Reosoiw Why the C PR.
Boinjr T*k->n. Should Extend.
A Karly I'lrtnrv ,,f Penja o i arlth the
WI N.
A propoaitinn is pending wi.
Ju»t one   hi:.'  r.'as.iri   and a f w
A 'juiet wedding waa ix*lebrato*J
n\ the St. John'* House Van-
etiuvor, oh March 17:li. bt the Kev
Ktibt Laird     flu utractiiiK par
ties   were   I).-
■K i'
It.   i».    KoOlii Kill,
>I
1'. e Mohican - \ ndict .••...■>.,.  -
iaj away at   the   Im ;  n ... • I   ..;   1
...     II llkil.g    ]i  V.:. \ .       I . .
i • v.- |h.int will mil  ll   r ■ ■
,i.;i  ./ !!,•■    .'{ he  grt un •    '.,...,
which ll e luiiiit'l i- l>. in. d
Ti.e   i.-.i i '..-   iu  ■
wit!   the pi
"...riu.'ted by   '
. I'l icer »li.iin_- Co ...
»-«rly in Api ii.
At   th«  Lucky   Pi n r.ie
employed.    I>n- is !..-.i._'  '.
iiv the Big Fivt up up the X«rtl.i9,,,n'* «*»«« why  the 0 P.K   kLoiiLi    "'   " '-"'■  "   which the tunni'l i.< bin. d ivm i.
Fork   will   be  taken upon a Isni*! rx,<?nd tbe road lo ^ h"ttd «if thl'|       " '"'' ""' ''"" ",,n l"""1'^"-  highly  mineralize*!,  aud   ..
by Eastern capitalists.   Thc '*- „       ,     , at Troul   I ake, and   Kva   Patou.jorc shute is Llcr i x    ...
onsisU of five claims, and has two   ,T?W *Ut?inf lhe development dauKhter of Tl  Paton, of Essex atanytimt.
..   . 'uf tho* district   l.-.MiH"(,f  the un-J Villa,   W ardell   ral.   Peteralwm,
certainty attaeheii to gelling in or J ^yl/nf v. Sew Soutli V.'ai-s Ti.
nut during winter, and the mprea |bridegroom is a Soutli Airiean vet-
sion prevailing on the outside tluit'eran. Ths bride arrive! at Van-
we are 'isolated !:ir five lo b x couver thwsaaie day fr.n.i Sydney
months of the year, whicn difficulty by the mail steamer troangi. TK«
would h- overome by the cxtco- happy c <uple took tko train same
Bion of th. road. I day fur their home in Troul Luke,    -.,..•>...    "h-im™.:   ...
The cost of building the  road arriving here on   .Monday   nit-lr., teadily, and by the tiiu
very litrht, as it ia  nearly an  even   'hey  will  reside to.n|«orarily   atiii-in is ojwiwJ  .- c.-ril c. ■■- nil)-
•.'r.ide the whole distance. the vi ia of 0.   II   N.   Wilkie un j eady  i >;• the sniol'.er.    W.ir«: • .■
tilth, neoussary iiltonitio.i*j Lave lie 1 w r levo is im .>•• ■< ■ i .< r;...
been made ai the hospital for their i i the Bow 11 surfa wa i
eatdnce ihere. ihe Rkvikw At the Triune a crew of men ar«
extends cougratulaihnis to thei «0rking on the ore and aii.uh.-r
newly-wedded couple, which are erew pushing the lower In m*i.
shared bv everyone  n Troul I ake.l Vsa   llilman ha.* the timtn
, '   ,, , ._ .,   j .iiiilding a  bridge aero -   t
where l>r. Imlunsnii  ia   i.-s. rn-tllv I       ,     "
.     . ureek,   over   which   the  proiaM .1
The cost .if operating the lake  popular, and trusl   they  will I. nglwaj{on rond wj|j  (.,„.;, ..   rtjt|
h >at w ml I Ii • wi;. ■ I.. it.              | remain with us ami flourish. *i,.m terminal.
Good revenue would b  d-rvel	
i ,.   . . .        ,
j •'.: tin*-!   Vriii:'   r'lliiiltirf   th" entlrt
Irngth  of th,- claims.    No. 1 vein
I has boon uncovered foi  a  diatane.
of 2,0 m.'retv and consist of a tjt: it'./
L'anauc   with   4    inchea   nf   solid
galena, *_:ivi:»_ vaiuss >>'. $33.00 pei
toll.
• m No, t? rein from I >-> 8 Inches
. f galena i,; expoaeii, Ihe values of
which run a few dollar.- bettci '   u
No 1
In a report made some Jim   agu
by   It.   Roberta,  Aseociato of  thi
Royal  School of   Mines,  l^indnn, quirements for tin
Ivig., the projwrty  is very favor-|
aldv   cemmented   on.    The onlv
drawback is the lack of transport.*.-
tion.   which,   however,   would   be
largely  overcome  by the building
of a wagon road up to Circle (it .
The .-am-' rolling stock and train
crews that now run from I. tr In to
Gerrard would be ample foi al  re-
extrt  run  to
t roit Lake
The cost of handling freight at
Gerrard wou d be entirely deleted
_^ v-'
\ ..i.i. i ai.'   1 nil dlr PlOOr III t.n- MiL'i
I n Mir llni'ii. ■■ iivMni; I i.i'tln;ni HImt-iI ti,p Xurlh uml Hputh (•*' rk JUMCtli
~W
to pa.-- each other on this mad.     The  Miner  says   the   Bowman IThe ononina- of iho Stirm-ine nrnnk f, i • ,
nd suggested thai  the  matter bo  Lumber Company will employ 200 ,,,„..'    '      . '       ''   ,   f'   '' ""' '*»»"«■« «'t*i'U.hura I.
jono into without dclav. mm.  I.,  n,,.;    i_«i , .„,'. .,.i. ProP«ties and others up tho North system.
st  A, l>:.iu   'i Paok'Tralo Provlslonlns,
ma
II
nl
t
sll
ii
no into without delay.                 men  in  their  logging catnpa nd- ProPe»'cs <vncl others up tho North system. , "" *'" ^niiitio,. ..I ilu* wenthe. A|cx. McLean  is   acking    n,.,
P. C. Elliott said that this was a jncent to Cambomo this summer.   |Fork  mnke ''"' hiding of   this     Thi,   lra,n   nflw   fnnnl      f iw jwat week his «wn  tho snow of the richest ore ever mi Ii
ittor requiring urgent attention. ; '•"•'' d easily with n -hi* possibilities |,.,r,lo ,„ ,;,.,.,..„,,    -.,' .'" ^'.p''! ', H,'v''"   lw,8!lllK.   nnd   Mother Up district at the Horscsho
wasknown that a vast amount;     'l"' '"'in win dees his mining in either this year or noxt. ,„, ,,.,„-,   ,    ,,.   "'"'Prni-neauj lurlii is oneo more in ovidoncc        ood-sized    ,!,„,, ,    ,       ,vi
machinery would bo drawn over tt bar-room seems dazed when un-     Tlli- wil\,    .,       ,   ,         , no trftmc would bo well patronised n      ,„ . V        w"l»m«nl    !«   sacked
tr.        ,is  s   im    TdhJdorground in a working pmlWty.   I      ' ^   '  £-   ''"f "»/'"•«•! if tl.nmgh i - the head „f the lake, 1.i°n" «'f th  ^—'■""» ' «»«» '«- -
 u.„,i .1,.,. ,.,„ , ;,„'   f,„;„i,i.|    ,.      ..                                 .    and the ones that havo been closed       knows a good thing when he sees „•.,,_   i.„. ,
.1 machinery wouhl be drawn over;' *»r-room seems aazea when un-     This, with other deals mi foot i*#.i       •
that road this summer, and ho derground in a working pmperty.        ,,. „„„.,.,       ,'      .     .' "throagl  .,.„„,„ ,.„. ,.lK,..   , ,
...,. L.i...i D...I ,i... .....: . . f.-,i„i.i       . ana the ones that havo been closed       knows a good tluntr when he sees     w ._   i  . t ,
 Dominion government would I it.    Whilst delivering an order at  ,M ,"'""
'■»•■*    i la.i:   in   ll.askin      |J    i
.,,,,.              .     '     ,    .   .. ; ami ine nnes mai  ll.'ivc Ii'en cln.-
ggested thai.theL various freight. Dan  McCttrthv went unto the th|8 spring,    indicate,   thai   the
ngandpacking firms should give Horso Shoe during the week to as- u. ,„,.,',,,.                 ii.it   tn.
xpert opinion al a meeting of the siM  A](,x   M(1, e»n in Wll,ki          wealth contained m tho rocky fast-
Committee lo be called whon the silver dollars                             r|nessesof the hills of the I_rdeau
gold commissioner. (E,  10. Chip
man) was present.
The meeting then adjourned.
are attracting capital, and  a r -
Ralph Bigginson  left Thursday vival of   the ipining industry  is and  Ferguson   wonl  ii   and wi
morning for a trip to Calgary.       [assured, |kco.. „u ,,, i;i„ rfng .;;tjl ^.^ .
undoubtedly assist  by nay of at
least$3,000.00 per mile.
Lastly, t'.e pooplo of Troul Lake
Ferguson   want  it, and will
t.
a residence   this   Week,   .lack Soott      ;,,     , |    ,
left Ma.-ier-nn and (irilliths rig for1 ,•    ,• ,
, ,,    , ■ i •> ■   hdge  and   S.   i    i
a  low  minutes.   Ou his return he
found it cayeusc piitliii.Lr the finish- rork done has al some nic.i
ing touch's to 3 lb. of butter which 're.   The fore.! will he tin     i  •
it had " lifted " frim the ri.u. he season op
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7(
THE LAR.DEAU MINING
REVIEW.
/s Printed at Trout Lake city, nnn l'niillslictl
'   at Kt'iRiisiui uuU Trciiil Uilic every Friday.
Tae Bdltor doea nol hold hlmsuUreapont.
bio for the opinions of porrospfiadaulAax-
prosaed in its oolumns
All loruis win be ahnrged ni  UioraUioIlJ
.-.'ills per lint, I i i-—r Insi'l'l inn, an,I in cciua pe.
lIlll'.'.H'll  NUljM'','.'.'lll   lllSt'llll.ll.
T'-r.iisforTmnsii'iii nnd otj-.er advertising.
win he made known oli applloultnn nt otllce
rljijsoi'lnilon I2.IKI u jeor, in advauoe,
MURRAY (_. ATHERTON Publishers
HOLD-UP, OR WHAT ?
Mr. Mots", vioe-prosident nnd
gt*neri I manager ol tho Q.T.P.
Railway, Rcoompanied b) his followers, left Victoria last Friday
for tho East. Their departure
was without ostentation, and, it
n ay he added, without regret, at
it on the pari of the Govern*
i i nt. Ih fore leaving, Mr, Morse
made a definite statement, once to
tin. press und mice to tho Board of
Trade, to tho effect  that a propo-
(j.T.I1. will—,n Mr. Morse puts It take a plaoe on tho ground floor
—arrive in British Columbia tin j i" <'*'J <-f tliu riohast mlucral di3-
sehodiilii time in 1911, and the,be- triots on the continent.
wildered public Ut beginning in t^ii
up iiml nsk tho Liberal party what
il all iiieiins, anyway.
Had Sir. Morse's proposition to
V e government bcon of a business-
1 ke oharactoi', such us could have
been fairly entertained I.y faithful
representatives   of the people, «
A live  trades com mi lice will be
worth a loi of mousy lo lhe Lardeau and the people of this  town.
Ii you are not u  member of the
board you should be.    The lime, to
join is now.    There  will   he  a lot
doing  her.i  during   lhe   next two
| satisfaotoiy   arrangement   might [years, and the time to drill is the
have been entered  into.    But the summer
nature of his proposition wns s.i
altogether out  ol proportion, that
no    self- respect ipg    government
could co'.isidcr it.
it is not yet  known  what explanations   Senator    Templeman   ruoUT
| will offer to the pei t hi of Brills
' Columbia.
Suuo organized effort should be
mado at once to Bi cure the proper
facilities for fighting fire. We
hivu a watT Bystem with head
enough to do good woik. Tho by-
iIrante are on the ground waiting
sition had beon  made by his oom-lto be put in, but outside of a oouple
]iuny  to Hie  Provincial Govern** j of small private hnea there is not
ment, lot bad not been accepted J*a foot of hose  iu   the town with
and   that,  therefore,   failing   the
desired provincial inducements  to
commence cinstruction   work   nt
this end,simulti'iHoi!ftly with other
points, tho company would adhere
to Iheir original  plan  ond build
the line frim tho east westward.
Negotiations in this direction being new broki n off, ii is worth while
tiikintr ii glance, a  pitying glance,
/it the muddle the Liberal party
has got iiself into over the matter.
JVinr   to   and   dm ii g   lhe   tec.ciit
General Election, tho   people  of
The Review has one desire and
nnn hop*', and that is the advancement of the Lardeau.
LAKE   LODGE
NO. 11
I. O.O. F.
which wo can take advantage of
the water pystcui. So far we
have been lucky, but we do not
know the minute the occasion will
arise when the cost of the proper
appliances will appear like a white
chip compared to the loss thai
slight bo sustained for the waut
of them. This is it matter for the
newly-organized Trades Committee Intake up nnd push to a
finish.
Regular meetings hei.i In
Oddfellow's   Hull   every
t'uesdny nlclit at  K
o'eloek     Visiting i>r,.th-
era oordtally welcome.
l. U.S.' .it, n.ii. i'n-,1 Mnmmery, ll .t i-'.sec.
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No. 39
A F.  & A.M.
-N       y'\   3rd  Thursday each
'    \y    ^ month.
Visitors Wolcoino
Q, Forddred, Bee., II. McPherson, W.M-
mm
rewing U)
The early opening of spring will
British Cohiinliia were solemnly a"0* «* » *:*rge amount of work in
assured bv persons In high placee the hills nt least n month earlier
tint em-Uruotion would commence tIian for f""ll(' J*"*™ lJ**--t- Tula
in British Columbia simultaneous- fr*"" promises >.. be one of lhe best
v wilh other points in the pro- known* The aimmnt of work laid
vines and territories lyiag east ofi"u* ln the diffen m companies has
ns. The Hon. Mr. i'ri-foniaino )H,1,'l'sl B0' aU I"' vioi:N n cords, and
told ns so-iu fact, look thcjwi" undoubtedly result in the
inuble to come all Hie way over doubling if our mineral out] ut.
ihe  R*ckies  to say it.   The Hon.}1,1'8 "*' «I of tho pessimist that
Fme
Brewers of
Lager
GV&i Porter
R. iLeisterer (St. Co.   -
Proa;
pa,
:_M_^
Senator Templeman  told   us so.
•the  ore  doesn't  go down" is
Trap, there was no word of 8ny|Provcd •" ovcr>' «" tobe utterly
M..-I. airangcmenl in lhe contract, without foundation. The Silver
b..i n.c mutua w..k )Ji,a«tt*alyaa-jCuP* ^'t'oLiTriuue.LBckylJoy,
sur. d anyway. Ami the people "'"i others are all finding an iih-
belioved Messrs. Prefootaine and provemMt in the values, ami ore
Ten. pieman—they being very hon-! todies witi' n'ori-' continuity as
citable gentlemen iu high places—( depth is gained.
and sent seven solid Liberals lo] As tMe8a oondiiions become
Ottawa. I known on the outbid*?, capital will
But the dictions having been J bera"'a CMl,y 'nflueucid, I. fadi
won,   things   began   lo  look Ve.*y|wi11 De«°me nnxious to gel in and
different.      It   became   apparentI   -    ■ -     ■-*—■	
that lhe G.T.P. was not, and ncv. I
Smith & So.
45 lilcury Street, MONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAIL0R8.
I LI. h" represented in I ho I.nr
dean    st    ri -.-'.' ir    intervnli
tin. u dioul the year.   Orders
i.,i el ithing will recoi i ti in
Onr reprctentsti' >■ will 1h> in TR( IDT
LAKEmnd FERGUSON In a few we tka
We have a great reputation fes* Style and Fit.
Save vcur Orders.
WOOD    VALLAMCE    HARDWARE CO- LTD-
Hardware, Miners' Bupplies, Stoves
NELSON, B. C.
1
| OG JAMS are scarce
on Trout Lake. But
if you want any nice
Strawberry
rry
Jam
at
51b. bucket.
Come to us.
Masterson,   Griffith
and Co.
<mm
General
Merchants,
ymsMm%m;<L %mm%'mj®>
NOW
ih   lhi<   Iinio   fir   you  to
lo Buy Lots,    Nfi. r w r-
I be Prospects of Pei i
bo bright,
Iiml  bein, entertaining the least
idea of Martin1'; construction work
»l  t.iiti  ci d.   nubs,  it  was wry,
well paid for it. No one can blame
tho (ir.ind Trunk—h.it wli.it about
the  honorable (jontlom**n In highl
places   who    lud   pledged   tbeir
words?   Tl.oy  were as dumb as
oysters, hut Sdiiator Touiplcman's
organ in  Victoiia  in di-rtook   to
drag « red herring acio.*s the Irail.
And the herring wasacooidinglv
tlntpgml.     It.  i..ok ih'i  form or a
theii   and    deadly    plot—which.
according to Senator Toinploninn'*
mnl o'pin. the Victoria Tiinvs-
lutd h.-. n entered into between ilm
Mi Briili   governrneni    and    the
S< V.P., whereby Mr. McBiido and
ni.s colleagues   wero   to   Require
vM-rne but   enormous wealth bv
handing over a vael expame of
territory    to   the   Grand   Trunk
I oople,  who in  return  f. r  i uoh
Cuiiiplaocncy  wen-  to  cuininoucc
c.uisiruction right away.   Ormny-
be   not,   bill    they   WOUl 1   gi t tlie
Jai tl anyway.
In the matter of object and d«-
tail. Ihe plot seemod lo tho judicial eye to bo mimowhit lacking in
fini-di; hot it snili tl lhe Liberals
ndiuirably, In that it cloaked thei
J',.1.-. In <> > and folly of their loaders, ',?
and they raised a terrible outcry
■igaliisi the Provincial governrneni
for its ii.ii ndtd sse'rifice of the
j enple's heritage.
Tlioit Mi. Moire ani'cil. Then,
al- ■ n lining In; j>ei;cd. Ai d li c
vici k- went on mul slill nothiiif:
)ia|'p.iii'i| li began !<> be whispered thai Mr. Morso was seared
•>l' ihe I'ioviucial go«eminent,
The lion Wouldn't ioiii ; il n rai;-
oally t'otiMivniiv.h n-fiiM.I to bo
■ i '-ii-.    N ■»■ Mr. Mt roe lm< cone|  '
lllllitis.     11
T
I t
ardeau
Hotel
it
Sandy Lau_hton
Proprietor.
WJllEN visiting Ferguson you
I    t-h'iuld ''.' at ihe La.deau
J
m
Hotel.    Here  the   visitor
will   be   sum uude'l   w ilh
In ni" cotnfoiis.    Excellent
cuisine,    well   ventilated
and    warm    rooms,    will
stocked bar,  nnd everything which
teid- tow trds making your \idt u
jd'-.i .ti.i and in in irable ono.
Rates from Vl   '..y upwards.
\V. strive to pi...:-, oi r patrons.
FERGUSON.
A LADDER OF SWORDS.
By Gilbert Parker, doth. $1.50
TBE LAST HOPE.
By II. 8. Merriman, cloth, 1.50
THE MYSTIC SPRING.
By D. VV. Higgins, Victoria.1.50
FOSTER'S'BRIDGE'MANUAL
cloth, i.5o
Building Trail's  Pocket Rook
Business Man's Rocket Rook
Mechanic's Pocket Mem minium
Three vols.  1.50!
I*n t hy the faternational Correspondence St:h....l ut |1 each  our price *fl.M)
Thi* Town of FERGUSON
will In* ono of ilu* Greatest
Dr.. Producing Gamps in the
World. Tim hijfh degree of
success achieved by tha
numerous WEALTHY and
PRACTICAL RRIIISil and
AM ERICAN MINING
COMPANIES now oneniting
thcrci   ia   a    tubule   to    the
tremendous wen!th of tho bills
lis nnnl
MM CO.
NELSON.  B. C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
™q
< MACKINNON and
S
ll)nl
We have everything at our
Stcrs   that   you   Require.
T??^
•4/
Y       19Q5
Celebrated Brands of
nnd Rggs,
NELSON,
l hi i.i. Bacon
B   C.
riADDEN HOUSIi .^T.rV.:."'!
I*.. y»n iic.l ii.'.iiif..rt.il.l.   Im.ii..?   II mt try
tie- Mn.i'i.'ii IIodbs. w.ii riinii.ii.il rooms
llfbtsd I'.v sleairtelty, Brst-olaas board. In
Hi. I,,rvuu will And nil tlie bMl domralll mi. I
Imported liquors and olsjais.
Thomas Madden. Prop-
Finds u3 at ihQ OiU Stand
striving to please you All
with QUALITY and PRICE
FERGUSON - - B. 0.
Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION  OF RESERVE.
Public School, Hospital, nml
other institutions. Excellent
Waterworks system. .Sin«'tn,
Stores and Residences illu-
iniuid bv Electricity, Daily
mall wrvloe. The it.wntiio
in nrlmirably laid mil Q§| u.
Now on tha ground Boer.
Lots can now be purchased
t«on
UP.
$?5
TOWNS I f[* AGENT
Pr^?'"*' *
-ej
NOTK'K li hnrcliy r^ven thnl lie- ri'icrv..
II.in .■Mliilile In | in   |n    tii.t. ,r I,,' it'.i'.
lions ..r I li.' " Tel iiml.in anil \\ i -i.-rn lliiiii.n v
Hiilolily v.-i iMiii," nnllepantwtileli were i till-
llatipd In tlie Itrllialt tol'tinlila ussrltp nnd
dntiHl 711. May, WW. mm .'.in Juno IMiti, reapco
11'. .'I.. HI.' ll.Trl./ cj.i'C. le .1.
re,.in innds alluntntl ivllnln Iho iircnrin-
'.ri.t-.-.l I.y Ihesnlit r.'-er\t.tl'.ii \.til iKtnppliPd
'   .    ,-lt!' Illeet. I.   . ■>   i.'l'l'ilie f   .ls|i ^lll'tll
nnder tin* provlainns ..f the "Ijinn  am."
.1" in..' lie ni'. in.- .i.e. ..,' ih< ilrxl |inl.
leal ion nl <tii. notice In lhe llnllli Doitimliln
ii. ■.'(,■: |i.,vl'l..t, lnHi'M-r, Uml In a'! en-.".
«li. re li.ieiH nre «o sold, nrp ciiiplpil, Im I I i I
..Hi. nil '■ nili'tmii.1 by iIn- tii.MTiiin.'iil. nnd
hi ■ kiiIim'inriiiiy fiiuiii, ii|h-ii lhe aitrve) ol
li," Columbia nnd W»alci*|i iiaiiway r..ni-
|.iiu>'» bio rkf. |.< lie who lly or In purl w II liin «ii ii blocks, then I In- persons an ■■>-.|itlrltiK
inch ii.n<i« hull ncqulre ther iii:.- [hereto
frnni tli.. IliillniivI'.iiii|i'iiiv, ul... hnvonglued
i''I i.l .villi mii-Ii p.irehi.Hcn., proemplors,
i."•■..'<••., .le....ii tlie nun.' terms and oondftlons
i.<<ihe >.MM'ii.iiii'iit unni.i under tin- provl-
lionsoftlie'• l.iunl Act,"excepl In roa|ieol to
limber Innda on lhe Cntn|**)ny ililnnlta, Which
-iii.ll be aulijccl bi the rcKtilnllniia laaunit b)
the Company relative In tlm culling of Umber
<ni Hi.■ i "liiini'i.i uml Western IbilUvnv l.nn.1
ilmnt.
W. 8, OORB,
naputy Commissioner ol laindsdi Works,
i LiiinN m,.I Works liiju.rlineiil,
'       Vlctotla, l..i\, Jir.l I'Vl.r mry, IIW.,       r. i{
FLOYD
RRVEKSTOKB, B. C.
I
I  ...  tlbe Dote! Beaton  ...
BEATON, B c.
i
^71-niuis Arriving at Beaton (tha threshold ol the hardean)
^    j In Arrowhead, will find this Hotel to bo fully equipped
|) tor Idah-olnts. trade.   blaoollent aeeommodatloii.    A well
.1        Bpnolnted and spaolona dining bnll.    The best of Wines, Sniriu
nml < Igars. Persons itiperyTilon hi given to the raqulrementi of
Q        imtroiiH  N Isitors to tha Lardoau can rely on comfort at this hotel
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
■
. - ■■t-*r» ; ->o
J FERGUSON HOTEL
:  '-*.- -■»
ti.e noted home f
ir travel lorn visitina
forguson, U.e.
A well Bluelu-il liar of tint
oholosst Liqours, Wines, etc.
McDonnell &  Black
Pro
prletors,
WnerGrai^rphonal
All kinds of New Records.
'   Sole Agent for the Lardeau:
To
NOTICE T() CO-OWNEBS.
i z. Gordon Goldberg nml to I., Gold*
berg "i t" iiny psrson or personi to
whom iliey inny hive transferred
their Interests,
Take Notice, I tin1 undersigned oo
owner with you in lhe Little Hubert nnd
Lltlle-Uobert .^>.'-' mineral ulatras sltu«
nicil iii tlie pxtreme head of the nortl
fork "f Lardeau crook In lhe Trout Lakt
mining division <.f West Kootenay die*
iiiit und province of British Columbia
jinve done tin* required work on the
above—mentioned mineral claims for the
year 190S in order io hold lhe same miller taction l'I nf lhe mineral set, ami i'
within BOdaya oi ihi*t notice you fail or
refuse to contribute your portion of
such expenditure for work done, together with the cosl nl this advertisement,
your Interest in the said mineral claimi
will become the property ol theBuh-
icribed under section 4 of the Mineral
Act Amendment Act of l"0u. Hated ni
Trout Lake this 7th dav of October,'04,
.1. 0, KIBKTATRICK,
Oe.7'04 Co-owner.
To Contractors.
jDBICKLAYER   (Abstainer)   wants
•*•*   work,   Write, stating wages offer-
'I toJ.W. JONES, Fort William, Out,
jJ.C.
urray
Trout Lake D. C.
It pays to nan the Telephone, A
lengthy nip can often be wed. Officoi
nt Ferguson: Cummius' .'ore; Troul
Post Oitlco; also at Boalou, Com
aplix ai '1 Arrowhead,
mn* ntmmm ...i
«,•,' .. WI i     w .
BEVEL8TI
ASSESSMENT DI8T,
i he B. C. ASSAY and ( H  HICAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vakcoovib, U. C.
Headquarters n.r Assayers, Mining and
Mill Supplies. Sole airi'tits In 11. C. for
Morgan Crucible Co., Battersea, 'Ing-
l.iinl; I-'. W. Braun & Co.'s PatentCary
Furnaces. Burners, etc. : Win. Ains*
worth & Co.'h Fine Balanvi'S, etc., etc.
.sum k to ii!.i.i.\'i.)t'i-:.vr coowneub.
To Philip Kin., and J. W. Smith or to
whomsoevei    they they   may  have
iransferred   their   interest   in the
mineral claim,situated
on 11 it li ' est fill" of Poplar cm ■!.
and 'nil a half  miles from
the inoul       : lhe   creel;, in  the TrOOl
i ..„•   Ml Division of West Koot
enay.
Bed  that I, Arthur
(i, .I.,1 ■ • er with vou in the
Diners!  claim   above
! . il'irii cl   labor an.l
i   the said claim in
i  nl <.i 1100.00, guiltier the pro-
• tlie Mineral Act,
I   said  claim, nnd the
. . i .ifor wsi perforn iii
un : i'i|i le iture nia.li* having expired,
I do 11 rebj give you notice to contribute
v .xi r  proportion of such expenditure,
■nd you are further notiOed that if at
the. v pi ration of '.'0 .lays of publication
i fail oi refuse to contribute
your proportion ol Ibe expenditure so
made, io_»thei  with all costs nf advertising, your  Interests 19 th* said claim
shall b eil in mi- under ami
by virtue of provisions o' Bcction-t ol
tlie Mineral amended Act liKXl.
Dated at l    • .' ■ reek,B.C., Dee.81 ,'04.
AKTIll i: U. JOHNSTON, Co-owner
6-1-180B
NOTII BTO 111 lN.'i'KMTttl   UWSKK
in Parisian or to whomsoever Us
may havt   i nsferred Ins interest iu
the llomestakt. tbea an.l Cbarlolten-
burg mineral claims.
T.ik.   Notice that I the  undersigned
ro-owner »iUi you i'i the Ilonievtake.
II. x ami Ciiarlottenburg mi in"ral claims
situate ah. ut :i miles In asouib-wesl
ilireclion  from Trout  Ijiki* in whatii
known ss tbo Homestake linsin in the
inn!   t.iiki' mining division of  West
iv, have periormad the necessary
.1 made ths necessary expend!'
lure en tbe above-mentioned mineral
years l too, wot, 1003, u.
order to hold the same under section 24
i tie Mini tal  Act, and the veers for
which raid »ork wh" performed and ex*
lcinliiuie made having expired, I here-
l v givt tics thai if within BO
<i iv- from the ilrst |Hibllcstion hereof
}i u fail. r i< fuse to contribute your pro*
|i.ii,ii.'.t    i ii. ofsuchexrenditureand
lay the   costs of this advertisement,
v..iir Interest in the said mineral claims
wilil..  :. ■ the property of the under*
■ itiiiei ■ w* i'.v virtue of section 4
ii  i. u,l    net   nii.i'iidniiul acl
1900.
Dai   I    iTroul Lskethis7th dnyof
Mat) •     I I 'HANK  I.ANI1KIAX.
Ma, Co-Owner.
i I I. ill li  \n:ni'IMPROVEMENTS,
, situate in tin
Division nl   West
NOTICE
Rl •.  ii,;.  ;.     . ral r'niu
Trout  Lai e Mining
I lennj ■ 1. ^ -. i
li i .I-. .I i—On Triune Mountain
a inn tli w, iii iiy extension oi I lie Mm ii
ins War mineral claim.
i        .   Ice tl ..i I. George s. Mr.-
i . agei i (or Andres For-
gnson, tree miner's cottiflcsto No H885M
Intend, sixty days from the tiaie hereof,
io apply i. ihe Mining Usonrderfors
I provemen'ts, for tbe
ol ' blsining a Crown Grsnl of
the nli.A ti claim.
11!    i niiie that action.
37, must be commenced
Issuance "I suoh Certiflcati
ol In
I'.i. i  this  Huh day ol  Mnrch, a.h.
tin. k. McCABTEB.
I
you want to SELL
you want to BUY
Corrcspt nd with ilu*
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
We have several Good Proper*
lies listed en which good terns
cnti be Iiml.
Lurdeau Mines Exchange,
" l,i \ ii w " Build   'U.
i like, r.C
P.Burns &Co
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dealers iu .ill kinds of Fresh Meat
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Take Notice that I shall bold a Court
of Bevlsibn and Appeal, under the As*
■essment Act, mo.'t, for the Revolstoke
\ ii ssment Dlstrii t, on Monday the
twenty eighth day nf November, 1004,
at the hour of eleven o'clock in tho
forenoon, at the court house, Revel itokt*.
Dated nt Revelstoke, Huh m .lav of
November, 1904.
CHA8. M. FIELD,
Judge of the Court of Revli Ion
uml Appeal, Revelstoke Ars iss*
ment District of West Kootenay.
>OPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,*.
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
Jacoteoa&ADilarson.Prop
&.^:__&:»:%Wj
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review."
The BEST Always?
in pine shoes !
mining bh0e9 !
shoe packs :
RUBBERS ami
OVERSHOES!
GERMAN  SOCKS I
Nwlial you will ml If you 'In your leivlie-
with us, *>o don't toiKL-t. iiliri wanll
tolnf In lbs way of loot ir. .r loealloi
drop a Hue.
Fancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
fit-      in  Roard, World's
Mining News.
E L. MORAND, - PROP.
\1
Balmoral Hotel.
Visitors lo Ferguson may rely upon the very best of
Roc nlation, at. this well-known hotel    Rooms ace
well furnished llnonghout.   Tbo Bar is stocked with
u choice assortment of palatable guenoheBfl.
Under thc Management of S. Slinger
&
THE
QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
li :'.vr;i!N'»   S:.'X   AMI)    PlK9T.C_A_a*IN   ALU   UKSl
Fire  Proof Safe
Thetaooas Isstooksd wltll mo fl*i«s* Wlno.i and f:ijj.iri o   tan mirli_
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Is Under the tamo Managemcut.
n
:.".:   .-
......
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
&:&&.*.■s_*j§
500 Cords
Slobwood
FOR SALE....
Apply:
BOYAL SIS SMS
Nelson, B. C.
ANDREW    _
CO.
Mail orders carefully »n<l promptly
altPiideil to. Agent for Sinter ami Ket-
llelon Mines.
TIME   TABLE
S.S. ARCHEP or S.S. LARDHAU.
Itunning betweeu Arrowhead, Bca
ton ami Comaplix, coiuiucncio'; I'eto
Iter Htb, lUoa, will tail as follows.
weather permiltiu/.
Leaving Arrowhead fer Henton and
Comaplix, twien daily—Ilk aed ok.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice daily—7:15k and
12:45k. Making close connection*-
with all C. P. K. Steamers and trains.
Tbe owners reserve the right to
change times of uailinjjs without
notice.
The limpire Lumber Co., Limited.
First-Clas^ in every respect,
The Travelling pul.lie carefully
taken care of.
Miy & ilelsaii • Frops.
NOTICE.
Low Fraction and Handy Nn. 2 mineral
claims situate In the Trout Lake Mining Division ot West Kootenay district
where located:—Near tho mouth of
Lynch creek on the K. it A- Ry
rake notice that I, Alfred  I. Curie,
letini! as ngeiit for  \V. N. lliayton, free
ininer'a oorlificato No.  B 7",3ilj, intend
sixty .lavs after date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder lor Certificates of
Improvements for the purpose of obtain*
inii erowu (.'rants of the above claims.
And farther take notice that action
under section 3T must be commenced
before tin* issuance of such certificate of
improvements. Pated this 28th dav of
October, A. U., 1001
oc.'-'S'O-i ALFRED J. CURI.E.
vi"OV. »   PACK   THAlf
£. R. VIPOND
Trouv Lc':o Uvery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best finest Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   SSf
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfmwnmmmmmmtt
For  Sui:   Lots   86   nn«l   .**«
olook 17, Tr.mt  Lake.    Apply to
Mrs. J. II. (iirninii, CO") I'nivereity
St. Seattle. WllKh.
NELSON    DIRECTORY.
WATCHES.
We tire watch people li'tit of all. |
We iniikn watebea our •{.■'•h*. »peci-1
niiv. Wo nre in fact niiiveraall
watoh |irovldere. Weboestofthe
most comprebeneive Ktock nndj
priiio|iiist service. Our imlroii-
iijju proVOI our |)ro-eininoiu"
ihe retail wuii It I rude.
patron, nhviiyn n patron.
Iluying witlrhen in tho qiiimtily
tlitit we do, wo nre ennhled to sc-
curo disoounta Impoaaible in tbe
smaller doalir, and wo torn them
over to   you   nt  »  corn ■ponding
red notion in price.    Writo us for
prices.
•n
Once a
Ewert, Bros.
Nelson, Rossland, Trail.
Jewelers and Engravers
Starke? & Ca
WHOLESALE DEALERS in Mutter, |
i Bsss,   Chee e.   Prodnee   nml   Fruit,
w i Houston Mk„ Josi'|ibine St. Nelson, B.C. j
m
E.
r
•HERE luivo hern fortunes
iinule by judicious Investment in IJt>;il Estate, nnd
m.iro fin (unit will be made than
ever the next two or three years.
Tbe one who reaps tbe harvest is
the <ir:(;in.il Inveator, for be bus
Lis in'.iH-y on n certainty.
Now 1. s us point nut to yon Hint
there i< no hem i spot nn the ('..n-
tlneiil i.i buy Real KJatate t'.mn
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake ia the pr< ttiesl •* nt
tn the Kooteimys; us ;. pleasure
resort it 1 us n i eqnal. Boating
nn I fishing may be Indulged in
the year round; while Lie; gitme
iu ii'tui'il nn t- in to tho found on
tho hills, lis 11 mate is superb,
thore being no (treat extremes, it
being mild in winter nm] cool In
summer. Ii can boast >>f s>n.e of
ihe liiv-t hotels and r. si lences In
Iliiiish Columbia, lis atneis are
well  laid out and gradi d.   There
nre two excellent  c f«l stores,
nn.I n glance ai the advt i tisnments
in this journal will slue tlutt all
trades are fairly woll ri'picscntcd,
Write  with confldencn t'> Agents,
H.
McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
ntr
Lots can be
obiainsd on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.
e.
11
Then call on
or   write to
_*7
SW
I
» » i r,
1' bus never hiul a   ' boom "—its
pmiviii bus been steady. It is
tho bead <f navigation, ami
the terminal ol tho Lardo branch
of the C.P.R. All roads (in the
Lardeau) lead to Tront Lake. It
in the commercial centre of lh«
richest mineral district on tho
continent, and ims banking fncili-
iicn provided by lbs Imperial
I!;uik of Canada ; Brst .lass school
uoconimoda Ion uoder the dlreo*
linn if s. Shannon, B.A.; a good
water system ; government ofBoes ;
Count) Court sitting; Metli ulist
Episcopal ni.d Anglican churjhes
and cottage hospital.
There i\r» valuable ranch lands
on ilu* outskirts uwuitiiisr nettlcrs.
lis lumber resources are magniti-
cent, and a band-sawmill with n
capacity of 80,000 ft. per day is at
t"c bead if tho lake. The mines
tributary are proving out bigger
producers every year, with new
prospects opening up rich bodies of
ore.
There will be a big rush this
summer, no if you won Id know
iiuiie, writi* nt onco to cither of
the ag 'ti 'n nt the addresses below.
1
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
SJ
iii_iuuuiUi.UiUiUiuiuiUii.4iii_iUiiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiia_i_ui«_tiiuiiit„,iiiiiiu *
Job Printing of every description will be
p_ -
faithfully executed at the flevtewJob u&^i
,«^«-s-o*« ♦♦.♦.•><-*-♦«»*-♦*♦< *»-«^
^rgusonItems. (|LAKEVIEW HOTEL
Trmit Beason opens to-morrow.
Will Waller paid an important
business trip to Trout Lake on
Tuesday,
Mrs. A. 0, Cummins has fully
recovered from an attack of la
grippe, In company with Minn
Short a cutter drive to the Lake
was indulged in on Tuesday.
The silver-mill at 5-Mile in a
beehiveol Industry again, A large
number ol men arc actively eni-
ployed producing bullion from the
low grade base orea of the Nettie L.
mine, Fred Allen is acting as
Bhift-bOSB.
The undeveloped mineral resources of this district will alone
give remunerative employment to
thousands and provide amide fortunes for hundreds ol people,
There is a man in town who is
so gratified at having lost property
returned to him that he forgets to
thank the restorer. We returned
a pocket-book to its owner this
week after receiving an abusive
and ungrammatical epistle. Such
is life !
On St. Patrick's night a very
enjoyable dance was held in the
Opera House. There was a good
company present from both towns.
and all voted it a success. Casey
Edwards made an efficient Boor-
manager.
Surveyor Wilkie is out on the
Nettie L. hill finding the line lor
the long tunnel.
With the prices of the metals
going up and freight and treatment
charges going down, the outlook is
tlie briglite-t ever known in the
history of mining.
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
BA'R WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Liquors and Eigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
Excellent Cuisine.
iladden & Levesque
Props
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack and Cartage Horses Always for Iliro
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
♦<*.***..>**>
Dally stage leaves  Kenton at 12 o'clock for Trout Lake Ferguson and Cam boms
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Luke for Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake. Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Capital Authorised, $4,000,000
Capital [paid up] - y.ooo.ooo
Rest   -      -      -    3,000,000
Head Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
Brauches in the Northwest Territories, Provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario ami Quebec.
T. I!. MERRITT, President. I>. R. WILKIE, Vlee-Pres. and Gen. Man.
E. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager.      VV. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
Trout     Laic*,     II.    1°. i'.iiicii    A    General    Hanking    Rusincsa    Transacted.
Bavinga D ipartment— Deposits received mil Interest allowed.
Draft- Kola available In nil parts of Canada,
United States and Europe.
Hjwoiiii attsnUon.tglven to collections ami
J.  Houlahan came down  from JMln,n*Bond*
the Triune Thursday, ami will take
T. B. BAKIiR,
rianager
LEGAL.
FRED C. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Luke, B. C.     and Ferguson.
trs
tVns    Store
(i.'ii. H. MeCiuler,
A. M
j   a. Harvey
A faH line   of Choice
Just. Received.
*xft
onzvy
I'liiklmin.
HARVEY McGARTER & PIKKUHAM
BARRISTERS.
SOLICITORS, Kit.
REVELSTOKE   E).  C.
Hr.iiii-I. "Ml.-"< nt U.ildiui. Perots an Fori
Steele, it. U,
oltorifor Imperial Hunk nfcanada.
JOHN MANNING 8C0TT,
SCHOOL SUPPLIES,  PnOPetlETARY MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.    PRESCRIPTION   Work
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY    CASH.
B. A., l_.l_S.
UARRISTER8, SOLICITORS, ETC.
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT  LAKE,   DC,
Bes. Hotel in Town,
CTters fir Miitt -"1 Conunerclal Men.
Revelstoke Station.
B. C.
s
Gen en*. >•*■>..-. i- ull Mn«
*.f i fen net) < rood*, i-i un-*
In HC • .■..r-11V
ol tjmokei -' tJu] ,
Offluaoftba Rig Rend Telephone Oo
FERGUSON
E. MOBBS. PROP-
Job Printing at The
Mining Review	
ACCOMMODATIONS   AREZ    FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
W.  AbrahamsonILMSloxv51^
^-■-Hotel,
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to thc
i
Townsite.
Get a Home
l:or   Yourself.
Do&'t Pay
Rent
Hotel and
Ccncral Store
GERRARD
B   C
n holiday visiting friend* al Rosa-
land and Xels.m before resuming
work.
The magistrates Bat in tho courthouse   mi   Monday   to   hear   the
Charge of assault and battery preferred by a diminutive specimen
of misjudged manhood against a
l.ij,' burly ruffiian with a mit like a
]e<;  of  mutton.    The prosecutor
called   a   bunch of  witnesses   to
prove what a nice little fellow he
was. anil to fhow that his ponderous adversary had iioun.le.l him
into  jelly.     The witnesses  were
emphatic about the jelly part of
the business, but the 260-pounder
was just an positive that he playfully smote him mi the neck, which
was   undoubtedly in   the   rubber
category, ;i9 no marks of violence
were visible on  his person   after
an  oflieial   microscopic  research
L.id been made.    The magistrates,
however, after diagnosing the extent of the injuries and analysing
Ihe evidence, thought an assault
had beet) committed, and demanded
|.r> and costs from  he "f tin  i.ig
mit. with the option of 15 days in
the Hotel dll Kirk. The revenue
has increased by said figures, and
the lion ami lamb now fraternise.
Messrs. Bernard, Drew and
Rogers, win. put In some time
placcring on Lardeau creek last
summer with fairly good_*esults,
returned this week.
LAKE LOQALETS
Methodist Church services Sunday morning and evening conducted by the pastor. The evening Bong service wiil be conducted
in honor of Fanny Crosby, the
noted writer..f hymns, March 24th
being the Will anniversary of her
birth.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church will hold a parlor social at
the residence of Mr. W. R. Hollen*
heck on Friday evening, the Slsl
instant The ladief extend a cordial Invitation to all. If the
Rkvikw may be allowed to glvo a
bit of advice we would s.iv " Go."
8yverl Olson returned thi* week
from Norway, where he has been
visiting fur the past six mouths.
\       ntant,     ....      Auditor,
J. O. MDBRAY,
TROUT LAKE, n. C.
Outside company*' interests carefully
loolie.1  after.
Agent for Uslntsman's 1'iu.no*
G. B. Batho:
AGENT FOK
USE AND i
T POWDER
SSE of the ALEXANDk'IA
V. Al. Westfal! & Co.
FERGUSON. B.e.
Post Of lice Black,
.Main .Street.
Mining Brokers,
Minim; Propcrtlea Reported On,
Mlneaand Proaprcta [souahl and Mold,
Mining Properties Looked Alter for Non-Residents,
LardeaaSt.,opp.      Trout Lake   H  0
RecordingOfflce        lruut *J»**ci "•    •
= Essaying *
liol.l or Silver $1 60
Gold ami silver if: 00
Silver nn.I I .en. 1  2 SO
Copper         1 00
Zine |l 50
5   SHANNON,  '.ssayer,
FfciROl'SON B. C
,...:   .:.'-.:.•-.:•* r.r rir tjr.jir .   :■ ti, -:.-•:.- .    .■
•*r <i tit
ing and
Freighting
packing v
*.
Ferguson
and
Transfer   Outfit.
i >
.•
Coatrart* euteie.l into  for parking of Mining Supplies, etc.
to anv [Kiint in tl.e district.
Good, prompt Service, nml anv work undertaken guarantee.!
satisfactory,
FERGUSON. S. Daney, Prop.
EASY TERMS. U    »«
0K ';
."Barber Sbop
i    'I.   A
iiikiJ Sha\c or Haircut      •
: William Schnell,
I . i.. I win
nml i i ihi
and Cold Paths
...
SURVEYORS.
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims >iir\eyed
snJ Crtiwn Grants Ohtaleu-d
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
'
Rea li K.xtlte.   rd .iffV
'pairing,   etc
(nnirniite. il.
rrei I    ■   ■
A. R. HEYLAND,
I'l.'.ivivi IAI   I ami IDBTITOl
Mi;i-rnl (''.liiii'. Surveyed
POPLAR, k \-'|t>
W. H. Jones,
! OiidMlcws Block, Trjnt Laks, B.C.
ft. W. EDGE
*     ;.    j ■. *j.i 131 av. ;ji .-;.-. /•■.   •     -. .-     ■     -.•.•.•
'     '
Loom
Printing.
I rut     Hinder.
NELSON, li. C.
I *ei_r|tw
D^^oral or
Tkntf  lake
B.C.
VALUE!
Value should be your guide when buying
Newest Goods.   :-: Best Values.
Entire Satisfaction.
Can Always be found at
RASEiVS
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
«A>II    PKICIiS    PAID
^M ii  i     TO  i ii HUM I.
R.   Dnvoy, "i   ■
»S In nlii.ii, hi   n .u'   In>.
Interest*, ^^_-_^^
Tnks v.'ii',..   |   d mlerslgi •
I*"" \ ..ll in I |l(. c    Rn<l Dsvi |
iiiinnal claims sltualo aboul loin n
-■'",T0    l '■'.  ion    . ii     Bouth     I
"i    the   Tn.nt    l.;iU   mlnins
ilivislon ol Wesl   Kootenai i
l,|">' 'ol llritlsli Columbia list
""' reriulrerl  srork on tin al" r<
t o id niiiiM.il claims for ti.e want 1903
mi" I'"" in order lo hold the isms on
■i-i f-'eiiMii :'i ul tlie mineral set,
•.illiin OOdsysof this notice you fail of
refuse  to contribute your  portion ol
iii hears ndltnro for work done, togelh*
er mill the i oel ol this advertisomeni.
your Interest In the said mineral clAtms
mil become (he  property ol  the nib*
" r|l""l imdei     11    i ,,, n,e Mineral
lei tinendmeiil \. i ,,f   ijoo   Daieil si
li'.ni Lake this _th day ol Man li u6.
.,,..,, DANEY.
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