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 n largi r cii'ou-
mi    than   nny
|i\ paper   in    N.
ii. nny. Beat ad*
tuin.   iiiciliuiii.
y^yt
eview
The representative']
of tin- rich Lardeau
country. Bent to
nny address for $_
per nn. in advance.
OL. i
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C., AUG. 4, 1905.
No. Sg.
>eaks Up
For Lardeau.
.   I 8   RAILWAY   FACILI-
[!-:s.   GIVE   US   CAPITAL,
,1>   WE   WILL   ASTONISH
UK    WOULD    WITH    OUB
III I'M i:\ts.
ry vw i'i; ue send oul n large
i- of 1 xchamges, in which tha
rn w is freely copied. The f.d-
^Hii n from tin Rossland Miner
^H >.- no doubt attributed in tin-
^^^rts published in this paper :
Tin- development of the great
i-r-leud depoaite of the Lardeau
itry it a mutter deserving the
iU_ consideration und enthusi-
• Btipporl of hoth the provincial
initnanl und transportation
■ "H. The Lardeau ii one of
heat nnd most extensive
lields iii southern British
•ia. All tlmt ia ineeesavy
Hi  ike it produce nn enormoui
< 11 age of high-grade galena la tha
Iding of railwavs,   roadi   und
tls.    Tin-  district   is  :i' rugged
and  mountainous ns  nnv  in  the
Silver Cup
Is a Peach.
ANOTHER RICH STRIKE HAS
BEEN MADE IN THE 700
FOOT LEVEL — RICHEST
ORE IN THE HISTORY OF
THE FAMOUS MINE.
The recent strike in the crosscut
oi tl.e Sunshine tunnel of the Silver
Cup property has been followed by
another in the upraise.
The management Rtate that this
is the richest ore ever found on
this famous Lardeau property. The
strike allows 20 incher. of clean ore.
To net an idea of tlie value of the
strike, we need only say that the
operations now going on are ut thc
700 foot level.
To test the dip of the vein, a
winze was sunk from the up|sr
workings for a distance of 150 feet.
The winze proved to be in ore all
th" distance, and this being ascertained, a drift was run on the Sunshine ground for a distance of 1700
feet. At this point a crosscut was
made where the  first  ore was en-
Local Mining       Frank Smelter
News Items.     After Zinc Ore
Colonel Brayton, manager of the
Lordo-Duncan Mining Co., is doing
11.000 worth or work on lhe Carl- j
boo creek properties of the qpmpany
A   Kelson   im.pt*   reports   that
Bruce  White  is  making prepare
tions   for oommonofog operations
on'the Spyglass group.
- M 1   Ql   li i: UNITED MINE
OF AINSWORTH MARKB BEGINNING   OF   \N EXPAND
[NO INDUSTRY.   HOPEFOB
LARDEAU ZINCS
Consolidated       j Thinks C.P.R.
Officials! Must Build.
.lack
Ernest  < Irawfoi ;
The folioft ing from the Nelson
News would indicate thai the zinc
furnace al Frank is netting down
to   business.     The zinc-lead   in-
making ii small ihipmenl from tin
dusti
of   tin      Ainsworth    and
Silver tiny en Trout creek
A.   G.  Street    lim-   returned  to
■ Lardeau districts will eventually
be ii Iii;: factor m tli<- upbuilding ol
thesi   districts.     In  the  Lardeau
■■t   but it   !•    intersected   withIcountered.   An upraise was then
started   which   will   connect  with
the lfiO foot winze.     Thc distance
■inii  valley*, along which rail*
^Hvs can '« constructed with com*
ruiiic   ease
spoil   roads  nnd  trails from the
•      t to tin mines would be fnl-
Svi-ii   by   widespread   industrial
ivity, and the steamers on the
luinbia river would   be taxed In
r full cupiicity transporting ore
Un    river   to   Trail.     The
gem-rally   would   greatly
t !"• the inauguration of atirh
■•(untie development, and  it is
be  hoped  the C.P.R   nml the
ivincial   goveramwif    will   6o-
.ii.il  do something nt  an
mrlv  date  to  give the Lafdeau s
Bailee to take its rightful place in
i ■ ink -ri orr- producin*; dis-
•e't- in l\.«itemiy."
Three Good Properties
In   k  Undv c:inn* down this week
Camborne to ki8tul) the compressor there nre many  sine propositions
ut the Silvi i Dollar. , which by virtue of this venture of
Mr.  Femau, can  be worked at a
The Camborne
Calumet, Mich . i
Mn.in.  Co., of Lro_t whichhavehitherto lain Idle.
a new company ...,-,„. *_•„•,,.,, MmetA Ainsworth
formed with $1,00^000 capital to ,„„. ()f lh(: ^^ Kooto_av lak(.
operate and develop tl„- Goldfinch ,,,,,,,,,! ghowings, has puss
property at Camborne. It is pro-'
posed to add onotfier ten stumps
to the mill.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ eo
the control  of 0   Femau of the
Canadian Mi tal oompany,of Frank,
       Alberta.     Thi*- ilea! marks tin  !,e-
Tbc  leseuss   of   the   I.X.L   nre  ginning  of an   industry for hand-
sacking ore right along.   At pre   '-"R rinc ores that cannot but soon
sent they are working on 18 inches
of clean ore
Sid Graham left Monday morn-
The building of j between the bottom of the winsejing for the Noble Vive group to do
and the  point  where the  upraise! some pros|>ectiiig
int.- been started  is about 2. I feet.
This  gives  400 feet of  practically
virgin   ground,   with  ore  demon-
started to work  on.     In   addition
to the clean ore found below, there
is also  a  considerable quantity of
concentrates.
Df. New combe (Joes to Midway.
irom   Haley  creak,  where he has
i orking on tin  Good link.
lack  Jack  and Jack   Pot.   The
I u been opened up by s drift
;.; 86 bet   auotb i of "J" feel  und u
i. in-cut,   showing it to be
|i'iin •; to -'ti feet wide.  A thorough
- ''.   test   gives values in   gold
liuiii 17 to «M'.    John Stauber and
.  Abrahamson are partners
ck in the grmip.
Wedding   Hells.
Dr. \T. E. Ncwcomlie left tUa
morning for Midway, when he will
take n position on tlie medical Staff
of the Oruut Northern Railway
The doctor came to Ferguson nearly
live veurs ago, and has held the
positions of medical health officer
1 for the Province and ooroner. Binoe
' bis arrival the Miners' Union built
I and Equipped a first-class oospital
at Ferguson, of which he hat had
oharge. Dr. Newxnubs has made
boats of friends «ince his arrival in
the Jjirdcuu, and his friends while
wishing him all prosperity in his
new venture are all sorry to set
him leave.
A quit • wedding was a lebrated
« Iftlh   inst   ut St.   Peter's
1 Revelatok • by the Rev. 0.
[A.   Proounier.     Tbe   contracting
parties wen Mis.- Jessie Clam Fish,
I of Thornton  Heath, Burrey, ami
••ft .  r   reel,   of  Trout   Luke, but
[late  of   East   Dulwioh,   London.
Eng.    lhe young lady arrived the
previoui   evening    from    tin    old
country, having made s i|iiii k pas*
save acros   I be Atlantic on th   i s.
i ui    After the nuptial   i i
«   ' was ended, the happy couple
leit   for   Troul   Lake,   where   thev
Hiave  takeu  up residence   in  the
villa  latel)   oooupied   by   Harry
odsoe.   The  Review extendi to
i-lieiu   cpugratulatioui    nnd   best
"•sin    for  ,i  long and prosperous
life.
Sadie  Madden,   who has  been
■M ling her   holidays   witb  her
''"''I"    Hob.   I.-ft   for   bar   home ill
"' "ii Monday,
Aren't yon aware,"   said the
kind lady, "thai there in something
'Ifiodaboul honest labor'.'"
"•<'«, ma'am,** answered the un-
Smslter Wants Oypsum.
The Hull Minini! and Smelting
Co. is on the look out lor a deposit
of uvpsum. and would be glad to
Investigate   nnv   property nf  the
Messrs. Vipond  and  Fowler left
Monday for the Mammoth oi  Fi
'•reek  with 17 head oi   pack  lento commence on   their
getting ore from tha:   propertj t
Beaton.
INCLUDING JUDGE MILLER,
DR. C. s. DUDLEY AND II.
I, ABCHER WITH EXPERT
GABDE VISIT OLD GOLD
AND OTHER PROPERTIES.
Judgi J. M MiUer returned to
camp Tuesday night with a party
of i onsolidated Co people who
are heavily interested on the
Duncan. The party consisted of
Dr. C -'. Dudley and H. L. Archer,
of Miiiiienuoli.-, who nre offii
the company, K C. Morgan, of the
Great Northern Railway, Spokane;
A. C Garde, of Nelson, mining engineer : W. H Christy, of .hilli-
cothe Mo., nnd F. T. Zimmerman,
of Auburn. Ind. The party went
up the Duncan from Hawser Lake
and cami over tbe "Divide" to
Trout Luke on their return trip.
In ci in versa tion with Dr. Dudley
he .-aid that the oompany would in
all probabi i y confine their operation- to tlie i>ld Gold and I'rimrose
tlm year, and if tbe development
I d ;.s good us the indications,
B Wilson loud would be built next
year up ti.i North Fork and Sur-
prisi creek He stmke very highly
of what he had Bern, not only on
the  properties controlled   by  bin
in
ENCOURAGING WORDS FROM
A GOVERNMENT RAILROAD
OFFICIAL. SAYS WE HAVE
AN IDEAL HOLIDAY RESORT HERE.
George Windsor left Wednesday
morning   tor   a   jprospectin*
down the lake
(ieorge Carothers
ment work on the Dew< y ou  Murray creek.
W. Waller, .1 Morgan and l
In Smith,  who nre  worki i| - m<
properties up the  North Fork, are
striking some nic. on
The Copper Chid boy- an soaking some high-grade galena and
grey copper.
Colonel Brayton is doing 18,000
worth ol woik on the Hampton
group at Poplar Tb'' group is
owned by the Lordo-Duncan Co.
Dill Raly nnd Jim Hunt brought
down   some   very   nioe Ban ;■
galens and  grey  cupper obtained
from a drift on the «I.K. this week,
John    Morton,   nulling' r of  ihe
kind  with  a   view to  purchase.IReward Mining Co..audi
Gypsum is a hydrous sulphate of j Andy Garret! left Mon.lay morning
lime, generally occurring in folia- f,,r  Rossland  to   arran
tions that are transparent or nearly! shipping of n compressor plan; lo
so.    It rcscniblcs calcito hi uppear-i |,e   installed  at   tin   long   tunnel
uiiet.   but   may   be   distiiiguislit*d
from   it  easily as   it is less heavy,
2.3 against 2.7,  less  hard 1  1-2 _
expand into one of the very largest
of the country'- industries. The
propertj whs developed in the
early 90's to a depth oi 150 feet,
ai ii was ut tlmt time mined exclusivity for lend und silver, but the
r.iie    penalties  coupled   with   the
lead  duty   nn   ores going into the j company,   but   of  the  country
United i   I      bo operated against general
- is uf  the iiuik. that the
property was closed down and has
remained closed until the present.
Mi. Fernan is now in Ainsworth
-ruti.eiiii'iu-  im  the im-
i.im nceini n1 of work on
j|K-r:y. und  it is confidently
.\ ('. Garde, who has an enviable
reputation us an M.E., and who
was up with tin party to expert
their holding.-, w.as, of  course, not
at   liberty  to  express   himself on
particular  properties.     Hi
.-aid.  however,  thai   the  result of
ed that Ainsworth will take this trip as well us many others
bei I'luei as a big producing camp, paid to this country, impressed
Mr. Fernau, jr.. will have charge him favorably. Th« surfn.ee show*
of tin milling operations. ings be said, were hard to beat,and
- — - l it  was  only a matter af  develop*
Ah* Crawford met with a heavy I»*«■''   ;" determine the  value at
thi   Camborne road a fev.  -*ePt***    ■-*■*■ »« pleased at tbe re-
days ago.   While working on the «u-<  ,,f   *■"' -*«eP working of the
road, recently burnt out, a tree un- Sllv«'r Cup and Triune, nnd felt
,x,„. across   the   road, •!••■>  :t   ,v<ni1'1 B*ve confidence to
killing ime of bi- I- -    Th,- others  operating   to get  down to
driver, Jack Quarrie, narrowly es* deptk*    K*e day bud passed, be
cap..I.    The lose to   Mr   Craw ford , **l*d, when a surface showing could
i- f ->oo.
Normau McLennan, an old-
timer, came up on Monday from
tin    south   and   went   through to
be sold for any large amount. He
was satisfied that the Lardeau bad
a gu'tit future, but it could only be
attained bv judicious und system*
atic iic\r lopment
W. MoCarty, government railroad inspector, paid an official visit
to Trout Lake on Wednesday. Interviewed by a Review man ho
said :
" I had no idea you had such a
pretty townsite. Vou jieople are
certainly slow in not advertising
Trout Luke us a holiday resort.
The scenery is really magnificent.
The residences, too, arc far ahead
of anything I had imagined. If
the town were on the main line
you would have thousands ot
visitors yearly."
Speaking of transportation facilities Mr. McCarty said : 'There
will be a railroad running through
here sooner than you jieople may
expect. I don't mean to infer that
that this will be done to cope with
local traffic, but yuu must know
that the C.P.R. are in a quandary
all the time with tlieir main line
freight traffic. To successfully cope
with the ever-increasing freight
and the comjietition of opposing
companies, they have to find a new
freight route. They have no
choice in tlie matter, they simply
have to do that. This country lias
all been surveyed witli that object
in view, and tlie C.P.R. know that
this is the onlv route with a one
iter cent grade. You will sec all
tbe westbound and eastbound
freight passing through this country, and you will have a large and
thriving city."
" We only hope," ventured the
scribe, " that your prophecy will
come to pass."
" 1 am sure of it,'' returned Mr.
McCarty. "and you will find I am
correct at no distant date.
Poplar Hotel in Flames.
against 8, and docs not effervesce
with acid.
This  iiniiotincctncnt   was   made
last Tuesday by J. J. Campbell,
manager of the Hull Mines Co. It
will probably be of interest to
prospectors, as gypsum is not a
rare mineral, and bus probably
been often passed over in the quest
of more valuable deposits.
One Day More.
workings.
A Present and a Sarprlsc
0. o. Buchanan has returned to
Nolton from Kaslo, where he will
remain until the end of the week
The date  fixed   by   the dominion
lb i Mr. Scott ; paying R.>s.-- Paddy Murphy's liver spaniel is
land a visit this week He will re* increasing iu value every dav Pat
turn in time f"t Bunda*, bas l" . hing his canine pet
era!   pretty   little   trick i,   hi-
Rev. Fathci D Jeaunotte niadi pieo 1- resistance being the tews*
one of bis periodical trips to thii ing of a coin placed upon his soft
section ol .it this week   nose high into the air and catching
On Saturday mast was celebrated lit between his teeth.    As Ami
!• rgUBon, .mi on Sunday loa silver predominates in town just at
wav -aid at Trout Lake. In present it is supposed Paddy a !><•
the afternoon the rev. gentleman has got familiar with the taste, for
gave religious instructions to the while exhibiting tbe dog's antics to
little ones, and In tlie evening cor,- to a select ass. mbloge this week he
ducted service. Prior to his leav* put up his crowning trick for the
ing on Mondays steamer he ceto-1 edification of bis audience. He
hinted inns'- at nn early hour, also placed a half-dollar on the
All the services in town were con-(the dog's sneeser, but it was a good
ducted ut the residence of   M-   U   Canadian one. and before you could
Madden, nml at Ferguson at Mrs. say " Window* it wns in tbe dog's
O'Connor.. interior        Paddy   was   so   non
plussed  for the  moment that  he
■■■■■■■■■■■■i   _.    _     r_t j Gold Oommissionei  L'. E. Chip- rushed to ring the lire alarm, but
for be pulled down th,'nbop blind ,    ,  .       ,.  ...                    ,.         ,                ,
'.          ..              ,' man visited  wns pint of in-dm- before reaching there bethought
Our  prize    rubberneck,   however, .,     , ,                ,   ■   .        ,                        ,      ,                  .
.   ,     ,     ,              ,   , i sum   the   hitter eml   of   last UBOB a   visit   to   the  drug   stoic   for an
negotiated the  kevhult . und this I- .                              i           ,        i                                       >>. ,                       ,      , .
,      ,                  ,,.,,            ,.    , Owing to nn   nulls poMtion his tu'i- ,.|„.:k W"Uid lie Hire appliciililc
what be saw : -  Hillv  on In- km .1,1 1
vate secretary, Arthur Goodenough,
box about the I _,_ .. , __„_,„.,  l,;„,    i„,m„J
W. tr Stout, general manager of
Everybody envied Bill Bchnell
the other day when they .-nw
the express man struggling into
the O.K. barber shop with a prodigious box The rubbernecks sa«
Bill potlache s dollar for express
charges, and saw him with feverish
Imsti rip open the box. At Ibis',
point Billy   bad   sniffed   mischief,
did nol   -ii ronipany   him.    Imnu -
...    ,        diuteh   hi*- arrival  in   town   witsi .     ,      .  .      « ______
\10ut1d thedogV  , Dominion   Kxprcss   Co., came
known, in was up  against   it, and • "■*******'
extracting from th 	
worst apology for a   dog   it  is po
,-  ■"''.''   ''TT' '   •■■;••" ;•■••"'' I Kt.own, lie was up  against   11, u..» •  , ,  .,, ,   kt, „„  ,lN llllluml
«oWn,na,.tf..r cluing ln„dl«.,n,tyI'^V^'r'Ti"<"'< '-"-■',bos,   wanting   ..mis.   mad.-   and "J flf        dw     „,
claims for 190M, August „ n,xi,l ""d «o bis tml wiim—'I n cl,c,,uc  (,„i(,r   ^^   „„,,,,.   hi<   , „,,
make*; it imperative that all claims
be presented •" the coiiiinissioiur
by  Saturday,  August 6, at the
for li'UKH) and tbe following poetic
■ doggerel" 1
" Billy, Hilly, use me kind ;
I'm old and -ilk nnd very blind
Other  matter-   unoor  nis   ™.,_.,        fta.0IH,,ani. d bv R. Ilelm.div-
k-pi him busj untH the departure [giona] sl,11(,.ml,,„ic„t. s. T. Stew*
oi tin steamer on  Monday morn
ing.    With  his usual di ilomacy
however! hi. as far as we know. |
'"i;""-" I'obo.   "l-vc , 'd  av latest,   Tl 1 out 60 „^5SJ^iTtheui'ho^   —I' \[ M}" " "T* '    n,,
MJerswol Btoodon their dignity, I claims outstanding, most af than    You'llstew me down for barber niMf>d    "   ''"' w'"' 1,VViV   M     °"1 ••"
l'"' '•■'•sHier-lid,. feet on mine."    for small .....ount.s. ■0»p." |" bapp*y as a Qtam, the l,..,pin
art,  of Vancouver, and bis son,
W s.
The Dominion Hotel, Poplar,
1 wned by W. Scbinoek, was completely destroyed by fire last Thurs-
day morning. The proprietor and
hi.- wife were out berrying at the
time the outbreak occurred, and
in less than an hour thc whole
i edifice was cuiupletely consumed.
The cook was engaged in preparing bieakfast at the time, and during his temporary absence from
the kitchen some bacon which was
left frying on the stove caught tire
and tin- tlunies therefrom ignited
tin ceiling A plentiful supply of
water In the kitchen proved u»-
availing, and the willing workers
wen beaten back. The fire spread
with great rapidity to other parts
of the hotel, and in .1 lew minutes
the building was enveloped in
tiitmes. The total loss is estimated
ut $G,(J00. Thc insurance carried
is unknown.
Jack and Jim Scott have returned from the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Portland. The boys
report spending a good time, but
say that Trout Lake looks good to
them.
As we go to press wc learn that
n very big strike has been made on
the  Baltimore,    The property is
one of 11 group of eight claims on
the North Fork, about a utile and
u quarter up the wagon road. The
strike is said to consist of a trc«
mend uis body of rich concentrates.
 o	
W. 11. Struthorn. lire warden for
I the Slocan and Kaslo   riding.''., wns
-  Anderson has been in b«ire on official business on Thurs-
tal for several weeks.        |dnv.
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fHE LARJ)EAU MIN^i**
REYIJSW,
i» I'rliiiteil at Trout Ijikei'lly, nnn Pni.il/-ilicii
Hi (iVrifiiwiii imil Trout UiKu every r-'ii I.i;
Ton ffiflttqr ilitPH not nolil IiIiiimi'II re»i>itii
Lie  fill'  ll)i* opinions  iff ci>ITe*,|lollllci|il.sc.\
pl'l'SM-il In  Us  i;..| ki I ii Ji -
All locals will |bu rtymxed ivl tin* rat.v nf I.'-
MIllHRUI' illlC, ll)'H. (llkt'l'flOll, llllll UllK'lltS |H'i
Jllll- I ll.ll sulisl'.jlLHII   ins. It lull
Tcrii>nfi)rT*ai)(iteiit nnd other «rtvertl'*liii
will In- in.till- Known on itpplU'ittlon at oiliri
.iiiMorli   - ,i HUM uvour. Hunt vanca. TlllUlks   to   tlie   efforts of  \V. A
flalliher, M.P., the dominion gov
comparisons. jcrnmeiit have arranged to have ■ n
Many of the Liberal papers {tlfljoxport investigation of the ssinc it-
mnking the result of the few Dom gourceB of British Columbia am.
inion bye-elections which have re- (the bet means of utilising them,
turned government candidates, a
sure evidenco that the policy oi
Sir Wilfrid Lauricr is what the
people of Canada want. We say
with equal confidence that the result of the Allierni election for th'
provincial house proves that tl
people of thnt district nt least lim •
confidence in the Conservative gov*
eminent of British Columbia. For
some time the Liberal press hits'
been begging, practically, for an
appeal to the people, stating tlat-
footcd that the McBride government had not strength to carry i;
.on. We trust the result of tin
recent bye election will effectually
out a stop to such agitation.
l$y us ng Water supplied by this
Company you are assured of ubso*
lute purity. Uovernmeni Analysis
to buck up statements. :;:::::
•i.ujh Mc. Iierson
Jasterson, Grifi
- Supt
. We EDGE
Painter —.
Decorator.
A platinum  expert :•
Columbia to investigat
poets of procui'in
inuni.  as   th-    "
not shipping muc
Ipresonl     lb.' pi
I tiic Fraser, and
| regarded os being
' points of ti.'- ' xi
in liritisl
gate the pros
supply of pin1
mini
.  1!"-  .'.".;  .      :
rROUT    LAKLS
■**'
V.
YU1LL
JEWELLER,
Watch
bilver is
")],   and
oniloti.
:tt ;i:
lead
'pairing,    etc.
Dun ran teed.
All
a i   .
Britisl
ill        Ol
I;, IUQ
PAY THEM.
Many letters are being published
daily in all of the big city papers,
and many of them editorially an
scorinir the   Ottawa   government,
ami, in  fact, all of the Dominion
representatives, on  what they call
the salary grab.    We do not  believe   that  the  Premier gets one
,cent too much, nor do we think,
that it is wrong to pay the hade:
of the opposition a salary commensurate with the duties he has t"
perforin.   Hjs position is just at
ntpessary to the good government
.of the  Dominion as the leader of
the   h.ouse.     Our   representatives
^irc  men  of   ability,  ami who in
their jirivate business make sieri-
jiccs,   financially,   compared    to
which   their  salaries   look   like a
*" white chip."    Canada is prosper- .
PUS ; i); is conceded by men who
make it a study that  our laws   r-
eijunl to,  if  not better  than any
.other nation ; why then hhould we
be " pieayunish " in giving to men
who have brought our country to
tbis   enviable   position   a   salary
.equal to the responsibilty of the
juliice.
Colorado hai
COO.000 in Dim.
bad  n   populal
200,000 i'i 1000
timated thai t'    total
products  of   ■ iiml
gold silver; lei I   ■•
cattle, .slur p, oil, frui
tural  prodtu tti
('i lorudo! I    -  •
lii'iiaiiT*. Iu i' ■■ • ' is ci.
'iiut the total value of Lhe pn
of British Columbia, incl
gold, silver, li a I. oppi r.
cattle, lumber, lish, frui     u
I'll tUl'Sll plodlK {.-.  ..
br;!i-i. Colutuhi i  h-i- po ...
puuplu wIlOB    'i. a!'. .1   II     .   i
at ovi    ■.,. n     '.-       .. .  i
two, ti lorudo      i.i i ish 1 o
is the tx-tti • off"
uimuifl
till! I
IfliWuwsBM, Tram late, B.C
All the Latest
Magazmes on
SaJeJat "The
Review."
A   LESS
IN ; S
A lii.li' i*ii
A 'li'- is
A n;,. bum
in
DEVELOPMENT  PAYS
The opening up of the ore body
jn the lower workings of tho Silver
Cup mjne both in the crosscut, iu
the .Sunshine tunnel, and iu the
upraise, demonstrates that systematic and judicious development will,
and does pay. To tap this ore
body a drift of 1.700 feet had to bo
.driven, which would give a depth
,of oyer 400 feet below the upper
workings. This was done, and
success crowned th-.ir efforts. Its
importance to the Lardeau in general cannot be computed. It instils confidence in others working
along the same lines, as well us
showing to the English shftrehold-j
ers (who own the bulk of the Btock)
that their investment is a good one.
The Lardeau is a rich country, and
it. js slowly, but surely, beinf
opened Up, and it is only a matter
of a short time until its production of the precious metals will be
faking a place well up in the list.
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Smokers' supplies in
groat variety.
ijt*^"   you wont to SELL
you want to UUY
i   rifstx,.: .'.tli tl,.
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Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
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MO.*. TAYLOR, Agent
Tnoirr Lake
Dentistry.
Hit. Mil.I/O V la lion lo-
I'llll'll III  NclKOII   ll*.   hllr-
n-~s.il-to Dr. Sliiililnrtul
IS* Aberdeen Dlock
tllaiita triiiii tin* I if
ilri»u tuny rrly un rtrM-
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Celebrated  llranils  of   Hum,  Hncon
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1 v ^^  ww       lhe Prospects of Ftrgubotj
BO  bnoiil.
The Town of FKKtilSdN
will be one of the (ireatent
Ore Producing Camps in tbe
World. The high degree of
success achieved by tin,
numerous WKALTIIr hpiI
PHACTIOAL BRITJ8H and
A M B K I C A X M I N I N U
COMPANIES now onerming
there   is  a   nibute   to   ihe
li .lin ml. .11- W ill th of tin* bills
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service to  the miner and prosper -
for.    in   this  and other countries
it is mapping ami desoribjng tbi
regions in which valuable minerals
occur.   It is also constantly con-
jtributing to existing information
regarding the origin and occurrence '
of ore deposits,  and   in  thiswav,
facilitating the work of the intelligent operator  even  in   those  dis- i
tricts where   tbffroi)gh   geological!
hivcstigutimis may not have beenj
fiegun.      ■
A  repr.scntative of one of I he (Get YOEif
largest copper producing interests j *»
writes ir. the Mining World ■ •■ The{513tlOHery GHd
/iigh Jcvel  of   copper   jirices will   .    «    ,_   .      . ^^
continue just as long u„ the present JJC_) rr.ThlWifC &t Iba
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•iv. ' -i... .,.: Scl ""i- IN THK
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en lorm ■! by nil iBSiling I'liilttm
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iIi'hu   ut   regnlur    intervals
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NuTtllK I* in why al .'I'll Uml ihe "enervation i-itiilill-hi'il In purNiiiiiiri* nl' tin* provl-
j ....•■ o • i-i,linn Mn nml Wi-lrrn Itiilhviiv
| -iiiIhIiIv Art IH*." I'.ntlrPHnf which WfPBjtnlt-
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i.r i by ilu--...lit rooervatliiii will boopfiioi
in «iii-. -I IIIi-iiimiI. Ii'iim- mitt other ili-<|iiir.lfii.ii
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llir*,'   nl.ulfh*.   Mill l fin' .hill- ul   ll..-   flr.l I	
Ileatlon i.rthlH nnflce In the lliill-li tNiiuniliin
ri-'-rif'-: i.n.t'iiii-it. however, Hint In all canon
wi.,-if imiiin iin- *n **iiii. jiri'-i'inpii'il. h'liMoit nr
olhertVlne iillrnnf, il hy ilii' iliivi'i'iinicnt. nml
i.r,■ «"l.-*"iii.'iitl.\- fniiiiil, n|ii-ri the survey nf
the Onliiiiihhi nml Wpnlcrn llnllwiiy rntn-
i.imy'i blockn, in Mr wholly nr In curt tt'lth-
In nioh hlochn. thou »I,..,» ,-• >ii w> ni»|iilrliiK
siir'h IiiiiiIk Kliitlt ni'i|iili'|i their title therein
frcrn tlie i '.i.i .- ..v i mil imil v, who Imveiinreeil
tn deal u-lrh Niieh piirehiiNcrN, pre.einptom,
lennaea, ate., on the Barns innn.i iiiiilcnnrtlf Innn
hi the Unffniini'iif irnnlil uiwler the |i|nvl-
iliiimifflini'• f.nnil Arl." exei'|if In rea|lMt lo
HiniiiT im,tin on the (Jompnny'nblotncti which
slmii be aitbjecl to Hie rafiitlallnaa laaiied by
lhe Company rein live In fheeiiflliiHor lloiher
mi the Colombia nml WcnUtii Itallwny Lund
ill,ml.
W. S.flOBB,
Deputy Comralaalonerof Liiniti.t WortMi
I, null iiiiiI Worloi tii|.iii'lii,"iil,
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The noted home for travellers visiting
Ferguson, B.C.
A well atockwl liar of the choicest I.iqonrn, Wines, etc.
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Proprletora.
NOTICK,
Legal Notices.
. i HI II Ii'VI'KS  or   lMl'ho\'K.M|..\T.
NOTICE.
• -.    i il i iiiini   altUBte in Lba
■I   ,.   Mining Division of Went
,. -.iii
ousted:     A.bouI tive miles
1 ii i ir.i'n Trout Lake,
, tic. noii" thai 1  Charles Copp, Iree
. .-- liflcate No. B8S.180, miend
Iiyi after date hereof, to apply to
i i Mining  Recorder lor Certifli ates of
, ,        -e nti mi ih" purpose ofobtain-
i,. ■: iwn uinn's nf the above claims,
irthcr lake notice tlmt action
-   Ctioll   .'7   iiitn-l   In iniiicni-c'l
I  fori i i.c issuance nf such certificate of
I '.it.-I  thin I'.lh dav "f
I)
-
Nuijri-;
, !■ claim,  situate in the
•   i.i,' Mining Division of West
11-.  listrlct,
here lo .itnl   "ii south hide uf l.nr-
.11  between  liapid ttinl Poplar
:
Notice that   I, Fred ('. Klliott,
 rtili.-iiK- N'..   B88042, in-
i 11- Irom  tic date hereof,
tu the Mining Recorderfors
lie oi   Improvements, (or the
.1   ibtaiuing a Crown Qrantof
• claim.
tint further uke notice tlmt action,
{,-linn :tr. niiisi  I..- commenced
i      -nunc .if such Certificate
Lilt",
i'n*   -itii day  of .Inlv a n.
Jill 7 06
S'OTICE.
mineral i ..mn. situate in
j   i uke   Mining  Division  nf
'   •    .-IM-. ili-tri  I.
When   located    on  head *.f   Uike
Cteeli
• thai   I   II  McPheraon,
' mi  I    \   M. AikiiiH. fiee
nnn.•! -    Ttitkrate Nu. B828H0, inl 1.
- all .        ■ in   date  hereof,   in
I;.- order   for  a
I Binenla,  for  tbe
•'..-.( !rown  l.runt ul
on.
;i;riin-r ij tbat action,
1   'i  ..   ii 'i-i li.- commenced
,. a ui -m-ii Certificate
. f tinpi
Snd day ,.f May, ».i> 1906
. -05 II, McPIIKUKON.
NOTICK.
Silver Chief No. . Mineral Claim situate
in the Trout Lake Mining Division of
West Kootenay Distiiot. where located ■
On (ioid Cm lob, a tributary of Gainer
creek,
Take Notice that I, I*'red C. Klliott,
P.M.O. No. H8Kai_, acting as agent fur
Robert H. Young, F.M.O. No. ukhimi,
Intend nixty days from the data
hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements for
the puriMiKe ol olil liming a Crown grunt
of the niiuve claim.
Ami further lake notice that action
miliar section 87 miint be commenced
before the isnuancq of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated tliiti lllth dav Juno, A.n. 100.ri.
jun 2:j-0.r>
NOTICK.
/.iinlllcionl llyriiimdiili mineral cliiimn, sit-
ii.lie In il.. Troul Idiki MIiiiiik ImvIsIihi of
u.-i Kootenaydlalrlcl
VV'lier.  I.ieiin-il :   -..mill of I.iirilu Itlver mul
Kast of unit adjuialng the Uraatar MaatYork
mineral elnliii
Tilke nollee Iiml 1, 1-reil .luenli*. Sgenl Im
A. I*, .lohlimiii, frit' niiin-i's ei-rlllli-iili- N<>.
IUCU72, inleuil, Nlx'.v ihiyvfroni Ihe iluie h.ie.
nf, toapply to ths Mliiln. Ki-eiiriler fur n Car-
iifieiiteoi ImprDveiuenU, fnr Ibepurposaof
iil.liilnliiH a rrou-u limnl of lhe iil.ote  elnliii
And further take notice that action, under
-,ll C. mtl.t he eoinlneliee.l   In-fnri- tlie !*■-
Itilliceo, -ueli i'i-rlirlel.le nf llii|iroveni''lit^.
Dated ihi- isth day ol Jul a, a i>.. IMS.
inn t'i FUKIl  JACOI1S.
Morning and Bvonlnn mineral ulalms, sit*
nnn-In ihe limn l.iiku Mlnliia Dlrmlon
Went Kniiieniiv district,
1*1 Where loeiileil :—i in south xluu of l.nrdo
itlver mul i-ii>Hu>iiiiiil east ofTha Lynch iiiIii*
'Uil .-lull,i
Take notion Mini I, 1' i,. Huirnmn, ug.nl tor
It. I. I ii.u.i il,. free iniii, rs ci -iiini-.il... No.
IIX7U1S, Intend, nl.xlv daya from tin- date bare
of, to appiy to ihe Mliiiiui lleciiriiei' for ;i eer-
tlll'-ule o   liii|iroveiiieiit.s for  lhe pur] i
-'Ii'iiuj..1 4 ii Crown iiraiit of the above nlalni
Ami farther take notice tbat actl i	
section .'17. nulHt he eoiilllleliectl before thc 1*
kiihmimi nf Hiieli eerllllcnte of iinjin.t, mi ul
Dated this l&th day ol Juno, A.I), is i
Jun 10 I', i,.  HUFFMAN.
It pays to use the Teli phone. A
lengthy trip can often hi saved, Offices
nt rergusoi Cuaimins' Store : Trout
Lake,- jpest Offlco | also at Beaton, Com-
aplix inn! .'wrowliead,
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Balmoral Hotel.
-     B:    l-..t-    36    and    B6
.'    1 rout  Luke.     Apply to
Mrs. J   11  i . rnmii  80S University
V  oh.
**>IHI. In DBUNQOJtNX OO—OWKER.
I'.. D. IC  .McLennan or to whomsoever
lie may have transferred his  interest
in the Kinl.ro mineral claim.
Take Notice tlmt I the undersigned
co-owner with you jn the Embm mineral claim situate on south side of l.nr-
leau river between Rapiil and Poplar
•reek- iu the Trout hake m ning division
of W. Kootenay, have performed tbe necessary work an.I made the necessary ex
licii'liture mi the iilHive-iiientioncil
claims fur lIn* years IUt'4 and 1!HV>, n,
Order tn hoi.I the same "tiilcr Section LM
of the Mineral Act, and the yean for
which suiil work was performed and n-
pcniliturc made having expired. I hereby give jun notice that if within uo
lavs  from  'he first publiettkm   hereof
yuii fail ..r refuse to contribute your proportionate share ot such expendtturaand
pay thu costs of this anvert-eement,
your Interest In ths said miueial claim
will beoome the prdperty of the under-
signeil un.Icr am1 hy virtue of section 4
of the Mineral Act Auicndiiu nl Act
1990.
Dated nt Trout Lake this 5th day of
July. 1906. Ikeii C. Ki.i.iott,
July 7. 05 Co-Owner
Review Job Dept.
lor High-Class Work.
Lardeau
Hotel
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Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
I^AflllEN   visiting  Ferguson you
I W I    should stay at tho Latdtaii
' I    Hotel,     lieu-   the   visitor
will   bo   surrounded   with
borne comforts.    Kxccllent
 Ctiiaino,     well    ventilated
and    warm    rooms,    well
Stocked bar,   and  everything which
tei'da toward*,  making your visit a
pleasant and memorable one.
Kates from ll day upwards.
Wo strive to please our patrons.
FERGUSON.
NOTIC'IO TO  DKI.INlJUK.vr i'imiaM -.its
Io James Grant, II. (i. Mad eod and
James Bouohier, or to whomsoever
they mav have transferred their interest in the Slate mineral claim.
Take notice that I. the undersigned
co-owner with you in (he Slat n eral
i Iniui, siiiuiie on Bottl !i i iili nf Lard   tu
riti-r liettM en Itapiil and i ks
in tin* Trout Lake  Mining
West   Kootenai.   l.nvi   perl
necessary work   nd made tlto nei    i-.-u..
expenditure on  the al* . lioneil
I'laiin for il.c  veai *   1904 Bad   tW      in
onlcr io hold the same lion "I
of tlm Mineral  Act,   Slid   thi    .   in-  (or
which said tvoi k v. a- |. ■ i . '     la        >
pondittirn unci'' havi pis
oy give you i"1!:- e tin
fron   i he  ftril   pul licatioh
fail or refuse io . onti ibute    ui pi
lioiilltc share ol   n       ••   . ■ -i..liturc uu.l
pay the costs of this    Ivertisement   oui
Interest in tho shkI in      . in will |
become the property of the undci
iimler and by virtue of section
Mineral Act Amend meal
Date' at Trout  li.      ,, av ol
July, 1005. .IA Ml"    f     Rl !..
Co-0
The BEST Always l|
IN FINE SHOE*
MINING SH.KS :
SHOE I'ACK.- ' j
RUBBEHS  axd
OVERSHOES!
GERMAN  601 KSI
l< what ymi will gel if > ■■■■ i
witb u.-.  Ho iloii'i fbigei      In any*!
thing In the way in tool
(lrop ii .
FIR-T--CLASS SAR.'.
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
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\'isitorH to  Ferguson  may rely upon tho very best of
accommodation at thi*. well-known hotel    Booms ar,e
well furnished thioughout.    The bar is stocked will;
u choice assortment of palatablo quenchers.
Under the Management of S. Sllnger
Royal    HoJel
Hancy Bar,
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i   Bulk-tin   Board, World';
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TIME   TABLE
S.S. ARCHEP or S.S   LARDEAU.
Running between Avowbei
tun anil Comnp!i.x.   COD O    ••
ber  Utb,  1803.   wfll   sail   ks (olio i
weather permit! in>*.
Leaving Arrowhead f«n   Ilea eon
Comaplix, twice liaii.t    10    ,
Leaving Beatoa ami  c f.
Arrowhead,  twice  dail.t — 7:1 -. -.
12:45k.     Making    close    coi
with all C P. It. Stcamr-rs in I
The   owners  rossrvo   tbe   I
change  times   of   Ballings     with
□otice.
The Umpire Lumber Co., l.liniie.i
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Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A BPECIAI.TY.
Stables at Trout* Lake.
LAKE
ExceUerit   Accommodation
Best, Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   a
Ll
Circulation.  , John Simpson,      Proprietor.
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I MACKINNON  and
BUTHEELAND
We have all the Latest in
ATS.
We can clothe from heaa to
loot in a princely style.
Slimmer-Weight Suits
Make you feel good.
FEEGUSON - - B. C.
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i.i
,1""'r
"J>
m
CITY
fir.
THK III    linvi    be«»n   fortunes
r.. •■; n rest-
mom    .  i. • il i  • i:-. -mil
more  fnrHiiies >*-1 i I be ms
ever ths    ••> •  i Ihn
The onn who   roup i I irvesi is
tlie origlu.il has
It is mom v on    ..  taintj
Now 'ft us poi ,t ..'it in \. i: :1 il
there is no hi
tin  nt to  I state  I ..in
troi; r .. r.i-
Trout LiK. . -I"'
in tbe K -'''im'■.-; ita u pleasure
resmt   ii   .... - .jmil       ll   .ling
Bnd Ashing itiriy i a Imlu .:■ .1 in
the year riiumi; while big gsmo
in abuiidtiii'. is lo tho round ou
tiio Iii1 Is. Its cliniinti ii si pt rb.
tliore bi ing no gi it - tl reines, it
being mill) • \y i-iiir mul cool In
summer.     It can U a i   ' stun ■ ■ i
lilt' fillf**l III '.        anil I'i Bldl i    ■     ill
British Colu nbii      its str<*els sre
wi'll  Iniii mn and grndi I.    Phi re
nrn (wo i neellenl
And ,i glanco ni tlm aili ■ ..i-
iu thin j.M iiinl will si on  iii-.' nil
traiii'H mi. fairly woll fi'pn    i '
Write  wii h confiilcni    iu \ s ■ i -
-^._;-_n-_^*
Lots can be
I obtained on
(Ei 111
EASY
Make your
selection at
k"_***S»"'"*>- •» ••
Tiicn cal) on
or   v/rate  to
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
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EmT
t *J7
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mm
IT litin never Imd a ' boom " itM
gn iMii hu*< been steady. It is
tin' li'-iid of navigation, and
• In* tiTiniimi of the Lardo brauch
of tli.- C.P R. All roads (in the
Lardeau) h-ad to Trout Lake. It
la ti r c itniniTcial centre of the
riobesl mineral dtstrid on thc
continent, und ban hanking farili-
li."- provided by the Imperial
. • ida first-clriiis -cbool
ui'ci.iiiin'odi'ii"ii undnr the dicer*
tiuii I B. Shannon. L.A. | n good
water system ; government ollicen ;
County Court Hittingn: Ali'tlmdist
Rpiscopa] and Anglican I'hurjhes
in.l collage hospital.
There are vainaole ranofa landn
i.n Ihs outskirts awaitine tettlets.
Ita lumber reaooroea ate magnifi-
.'i'n', nnd a hunt) saw mill will) a
v.i city of (10.000 ft per day is at
" . I r.i . i the lake. Thp mines
tributary are proving out bigger
! rod ti eera every year, with new
prospects opening up rich bodied of
ore
There  «i]|  be a big nnh thin
summer, hi. if you  would know
mors,   write  «t  mice to either of
.ir-ni the addresses below.
\0)
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
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i
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Job
Fi-ROUSON,
Another big strike of rich ore ie
reported itt the Triune uiine, lliii-
tinie i<> tlie lower tunnel.
nting of every de&riptign WW be faithfutiy exectrtecl at tfic f*cv.ewjob Dept
Drug
LA REVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Sandy Latlghton went over to
Camborne e.irl'V  in the week on ..
'a prospecting trip.
The strike at the Silver Cup and
the Triune are making everyone
feel happy.
Mrs Dr. Newcotnbe and mother i
left on Wednesday's boat for Port*
(and.
Martin Lundin and Fred John*
.-nn came lidwn from the Old  < <*. _tl,
property last Tuesday.
Mrx. Hairy Carter left fur Portland, Wednesday morning, where
sin' will meet Mr. Carter.
Frank Barber, Ed. Bell and Neil
O'Donnell are working on a group
of gold properties on Winslow hill.
AH WELL SUl'IMJED WITH
Liquors and Sigars
to
I
M
adden
Large Comfortafile Roi nig
i ■. selleii   C'uiait . ■
& Levesque
Props
Mrs. C. M. Nesbitt and family
left on Wednesday morning for
Vancouver, where ihey will tnk.'
up residence.
Joe Morette eanie in from Camborne early in the week. He is
spending a few days at the Lake.
Mr. Merry, late of Salt Lake
City, Utah, has accepted the jmsi-
tiiiii of resident superintendent of
the Ferguson Mines. Ltd.
A.   A.    Stemarud   and   IL   A.
Stratte, of Minnesota, in company with Mr. E. C. Ward, superintendent of tbe property, visited
the I.X.L. (Milloy) this week.
Hoth of tiiese gentlemen on their
ri'turn spoke very highly of what
they had Been in the way of miueial Two men are at present
working the claims, which force
will l>e increased at an early date.
A number of others from Minnesota who have invested in the property are expected in during next
week.
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
rilE   PIONEER
Lively and Dray Stables
Saddle  I    ;. and Cartage Horse* Uwavs for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a 8p3ciaH:y
Daily BtaRC leaves   Beaton nt 12 o'clock I r Trout I .a:..- Ferguson and Camborne
Leaven (.rirnsnri. via front Lake for Beaton at 7 a-m,
[.ranch Sudden nl Troui Lak«*, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne.
LKGAl.
FRED 0. ELLIOTT,
BARKI8TER, NOTABY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, H. C.     and Ferguson.
City
tore
U.'ii.H. MiViirU'r. I   A. Harvey
A. M.    I'llllllllllil.
HARVEY McGARTER _ PINKHHAM
SOLICITORS, Btc.
REVELSTOKE    B.  C
Wolloltort lor Imperlil Mmik nl Canada
VV. l. BRIGGS
J. M. SCOTT. 11 ii.
Scott &, Briggs
Barristers snd Solicitors
Solicitors lor kfolson'a Bank.
PEVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Fraser lias something in the way
of confectionery seldom seen in the
'ruterior. I-ast week a consignment of Batgcr'a Bugliah "sweet"
•_. .-m1.- was received. The Revibw
sampled them when they were first
opened, and now can't kee|i away
from them.
I.N    THK    MATTKK    OF    THK    " Coll
I'aniks' WisniNii   ti* Airr, 18U8,
ami Amkmhv;   Acts,"  a.\o  i.\
THK     JIATTKIt     UK     TUB     SlLVKB
Cu. Minks,   Limitkh   No»-Pbr-
sonai. Liability.
'I h« silver Cop Mines, Limited Ron-
Psraooal Liability, Ims none into voluntary liquidation under the above Act,
iu.il t|BB#ppolnted Krliiml (i. Ilmlnrt-,.ii
tlie to«n oi Ferguson, B.C.,accountant,
ill liquidator, for tin* purposes of Bach
wiinJiiij; up.
The creditors of tin-nUive Company,
wiiirli lias its ii.'u.l ofBoe in said tours oi
rargusoa, an.I ull others having any
daiin* i|iuinst said Company, are re-
qnircil   on   or   liuforc  the  firnt .lav nl
September IMS) losend to Harvey, Mc*
Carter A I'liikliiini. Bolicitnra for said
li.jiii.lator, at their offices, 1 irr-i Street,
Revelstoke, Bv'., their name* and addresses uml descriptions, an.) the full
particulars el their debts rn claimi reri
liod hy oath, ami the nature and amount
of the securities, if nny, lielil hy tliem,
.and    the  sfiecilie.l value  of   such   sec-
iiriiii-i*, ami if *<o required by notice
ui vrlting Inua asid liquidator or
hi* solicitors, to come in Bnd prove
^hiir saiil debts OT claim*' ill the usual
n.iv. nl inch time mil placti as shall be
specified In snell notice.
r After tin* saiil fltst day el *-.'pteinl«*r
I'.'uv ths "iii.i lii|ui.laii«- trill proceed to
distribute the assets ol ths Company
fuioni; the parties entitled thereto,
ISVilig rc|!ur.l only lo the iliiini" ol
which III; then lias ha.I   liolli.'.   am) the
li.piiiliiitir mil not then be liable for the
a-r-.-l" or any part thereof so distributed
lo  any   pcr-oii  of   whose  claim he Iiml
not notice at tbe time of the distribution
thereofi
i   Iintciltlii5 loth day "f .luly, 1008,
BRLAMOa. HA How.
UQOIDATOB.
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E. L. _—_5,
MASTERSON i
♦
QKNKHAI    Mr'.lti'U.w i
Miners'
Supplies
Capital Authorised.$4,000,000 Head Office:
Capitaltpa J*   S.ooO.Onn TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
({est   -       -       •    3,000,000
Branches in the Sorthwest Torritoriiw, Provinces nf British Ouluinbin, Manitoba,
tMilan.i nml Qnebei .
T. R  MKRRITT, Presi lent.
15. II VY, Assistant Omi. Mai
I)  ft. WII.KIK  Vice-I'rus. iin.i Gen. Man.
U   ...HIT IT. Chief Inspector
500 Cords
Slabwood
FOR SALE....
A fuJI line   of Choice stationery
Jiist Received
*   |    Qft      SCHOOL SUPPLIES, PROPRIETARY MEDICI
/\l*0\/j   TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.   PRESCRIPTION Wouk
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B  C
Best Hotel in Town,
Headquarters for Minion and Cuirifuercial fei
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLAS'j
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
Lennoxville
*—& -Hotel,)
Apply:
W. Abrahamson
TROUT   I.AK<:   L-OtKJE   1. O.O. K.
No   11
-mML9m>. It.-g ill il r iiii-i-lln.- h. I.I In
V  flH^FSV       ...Ml. ■!..»■.    Hull    evil
tX. w**___s*      ruerAu nlsnl *t   I
V»"V__/10'   ovii.-k     VIsltniK t.r.ilti-
\jSOp->^    >-i-'- .nlliillv n.-li-.iii..-
10.   V*
ir .im..i ion, n. n.
\   \V   l.'i'.-.   11 ,t K Sit
Traui     l.okf.     R.    C. Bransh-A    (1 it-r.l     llinklnB    Builneu    Tran.ucltd
Savin.— '' 'i..ir!iih-iii - Dnponita receiveil and inter -i nI!-.«.-1.
!>■ ..i nsnlil n'.-n I Iii i.ii- In nil purl- "fi a i ia.in.
ir,-'.-.| sun.- unci Bump**.
s|. ,   .. .it---.it ..n (.'inn i" collection*' "'"'
..iiniiij Uonda
T. B. BAKER,
riaoagsr
TUSCAN   LODGE,
AF.   ft A.M.
3rd   Thursday each
nii.utii.
\'i>itorc Wsloorne
ti I'.nMri'.l. Sir..  II. Mil'ln-r.-oii. \V. M.
Accountant,     ....      a mill...-.
j. '-. MORBAY,
rROUT lake, b. c.
OotfidS roi.ii.iuivi-'   intereste carefully
looked after,
Atf'-iil l"i ' i...ir,.i.   . i'i.ii.-i«
V.M. Westfall & Co.
The B. C. ASSAY nnd (H^.TICAL
Starhcp & Co.      •*>»*■** c... m.
~" Vam ..i vkii. B. ('.
Headquarter! lor Ascayers, Mining and
uiHUKs \i.i-: DEAI.ER8 in Butter,  Mill SrtppbM.   Sole agents In B. C. for
Morgan Crucible Co., Battersea. EBf-
i Kims,   Chi'i* -i'.    Produce   and   Fruit,  land; F. W. Brann 4 Co.'s PatentCsry
Furnaces, Buruera, etc.      VVm   Alne*
1! .u.-io:, Bk.,Jo8epbine8t.Nel«)n,ll.< . w„rt|, &0o.'b FineBslsncee.etc.. ete.
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a Home
I-'or    .'ourself.
Don't Pay
Rent	
EASY TERMS.
E. ViOBBS  PRO?
Hotel and
Ceneraf Store
<_ ERRARD
B C
■
Mining iii ..k.-r-.
Milling l'i-i.i.'-rii.- Keporlcil <>r..
Mini -.11..1 I'i >-|- .1- 110 IKllI   I"'I *oM,
MlnlntxProiwrtli - ked Alter for Nou-
denu.
.     ., -.
■
i.iir.l'-i.'i »l .'.i'i-
ltn<'iii.l!i._ .llll.'l'
Troii' I.nk". II. «'■ I
* SUsa^ing =
Packing and
Freighting
,    ■ l • '.       .       .       .       . ■    .       . '    .       ..-.  ' .    "i." ]
Ferguson   packing
and
Transfer   Outfit.
ion.i.•! Silver. ...
lilllll .111.1   Sllll'l .    .
miwi a.1.1 bead...
!  ii|i|..'r     . .
/.III.
t|   Ml
2 50     .
,   10
$1 501   '
SHANNON,  'ssayer
FtiRQUSON U. C I
Coatract" entered mm for iwcking of Mining Supplier, eto,
to aii>- point in tin- itiMirict.
i li '.I, |iriiinj,i service, and any work undertaken guaranteed
-all.-ilU'li.l y
ERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop.
■■  :'•:-'<'/*'•-> ■'•'■'•■•- .*■■'',- w-y *•-•• 'y- ■ •-■ •:-* -••• >ia *;••:• ■'*■
SURVEYORS.
0.BN WILKIE, P.L.S.
I'mviiifinl Land Biirveyor,
Mineral Claims 5nrveyed
and Crow n (lrant» Obtained
OK
' JBarbcr Shop i
— nut a
flood Shave or Haircut
- .   U.I. UN
Wi!i.j:~ Sehnell,
ll il..I HOM Bnd lli"i I I
I
Hot and Cold Baths
L.-1 i   W   li -W-^..   i ■  V*      i .:■--."•«---
I'.. -1.1- ...
Ni-xl Itw.ir.l urn. i
11 uir». a '
MB
A. It. IIKVI.AM),
l'UO\ I.M'UI. I.A*I> BI'KV«Y»iK
Mineral (,'liiiniH Surveyed
POPLAR. KASLO.
W. H. Jones,
E
rnest Harrop
Loose
rriiitinu'.
leal   Binders,   Fins  Job
NIILSON, B. C.
POPLAR    -
B.C.
_x_
tt\\ •■ mm m t
■ wer _2-**-» Wt#
_J
bLqqs
IT\W
•matured Oregon Stock
ac____ TiTZtWr M
<er Pound   4c.
A. G. FRASER?S Store i^f*
Lumber
Sash    Doors
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for Cash
Poplar Creek.
F. B. Wells,
REVE STOKE,B.C.
RAW FURS
JOUGHI
CASH   PRICES   PAID
P.Burns&Co
WHOLESALE   ANl>   RETill
Meat
Merchant
Dealers in all kinda of Preal' v|'
rROUT LAKE B.( ■
i *.♦'♦♦-»-»>«>♦»-♦•** ♦♦<•-♦ •^♦v*>*-»»41
lhe Nelson
Brewing Co
Drcweri of
Fine   Lager   Eeerj
and Porter     |
R. Reisterer (So Co.
WOOD    VALLANCE
WARE CO   LTD
llnnlttrtiir, Mmeri' BuppMei
ninl Ranu<'H.
NBSU&OIM.
PropM
*'i,n •■
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