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Gel ':*e.
._. operating at th<' Nettie L.   Hark
3tes
AT i  •
RE NOW
E   Ml I.I
llll
mill    :
from the
i
ihe null
hi   !•
Maintained
Mill it io I t'o'y
A Doiil.t
tng back i" tho camp ni Five M'lil'.
,t very satisfactory condition of affairs in noted. There has lately
been elected some very oomtnodi-
.iuh cottages for the married employ and their families.    Bev-
er.ii   new men have been taken on
thii week.
TROUT LAKE CI IV, B.   C,   DEC.   9th  1904-
SBSsaSSSSsasSsassssajassjSsas|SjSSSl mm-wii—■ m   ni"ri-   rr o   II—'     - ssr^-Suens-MsrweisuruK^sr1 -»»—--*. '  w.-*«.     *••-•-
Lake Localets.. j * Fergiwon Items. ".
D€C191904
-*_
-x2r,—
No. s.
fr'/   tj
Homestake is
In   K"ii
Bonded.
Bobn.—On Tu 'j«luy, 6th Inst., tol
,,.   wife  of   J.   •'•   Atherton—a
aughter.
.::.'•::■.■    .,- ■ './ \ft A?.^.f At At    .       '..■'■• ....". ,
,n „,   .„:.        ... Don't forgot Iho ma q ■     '   ball      Hie official re
'Dad'   Atlierloii   ilul not  o»\ ., enav   vote
•I      t '   I •    - 1111 11 I "
down the first part of the week. A* "     ,' ,       . .    , ,,    Mackintosh11735,1 m__ ,.,,.K-,,pa,em
,   1  •   ,1 . ,. , \.-    Dosordv   has   toincd  thi ,    .., . , ,. mfli       p v I> Till'.  (WNtBo hUH-
tnck lo the oarjet and a slight at- * es the 1
tack ofgrlp was the cause Itv o?
form   This'*10-000 IS THE   PRICE T0 B?
Ni win.iii Taylor was laid up for'   u '-''"'l'i"' "I'i!'i'"
,    , ,        , -   ••■   11   'I.--   ■• lr
a coup e of nnys during the wei
lor
1.  ;t Hti •
this wi ek.
■ ■ or 1 ■>-.
;, of Mother Goose"
IX A  TEAR.
with neuralgia.
1 lenrge Johnson ol the 1'. Bui ni
S. F   MeK'ty,  the  Poplar creek
saw-mill    man   was   uji tills wc 1;
fettling with  the sbriff who bad
, ,    ,. ,     ,        ,,   ''  i,,uoug it during the WS8fcsqUire.
possession   of   hit    plant.     IL , ,,        '
...,,„ . ui       Ih.'imi on .-    cow.       George    wits   .
quldated all claims against him > »
1 , , tendered a h.-urlv  voto of thanks da?
• ,       ; ;,  nii'l will   proceed   to do bus ne s '#»,_*
..nl n vi<it ' , ,, ,,     bv to" residents of Beaton for tak-|    n
.train.    W *h   "''     ''■■■''   h,iv   "" .. * ii,
ing away from  that busy nam]
ne uf its   discordant elotne
Geo. Weir has gone up ti
.ar ii to j -in the cf w then .
Another batch of men sb ■'
w »rk at the Silver Cup on 'l'i
lis the till- of the play to bo ren-j\A/eN Known PoplarClaim
... i by (!„. m ;.  naes on IXmasI
rvj ■ . : : 1, arly every
i.',-,
i j.
Work to be Continued Throughout
the Winter.
M ile vestcr-1 ,  , , ■, i   ,
.      hum.! i f ti - outfit here.
• ,.,k occat ion
lidtv i isinsl for years the   Id
,. _,,„;,,: ENTERTAIN'D BY THE
«. nn- ore
chrl t' n-
8am Sutherland  ha
.i trip 11   R. ' '; '
..II  "    ■ I
I'.'i-
,/;,!   j,.   •  ....  has been requisi-
ioned,   and   lehear als   are held
":'{::"'!y; /;':' ^b^u?1"-*   Bruce White and K-G- M4H
i-.',: iii  bisj acting on  behalf of tha Spyglass
Ladies' Guild.
b-iyine lias
: in iIih habit  of  - Bailing
I Clothes line-, lint:.' pilliii.' t "  ■
i      .i J *-'r* of iraul ns, and making fr
Tl,.   oonversasione   under the       ^ ffUh 'miMng lhi
..Ih"  e-1 auspices of the  Ladies' Guild of „r couj,| „ot j,d digosted
riving burg the church of si. John the Baptist, it is w-il known that the i
B4titleof Li/ei, on We.li, -inv oveningwas • al fluid producer swam o
, r ,   i i, ,ir iia bareo, ball a mile,  pull d oil
" "»Po»eof ibe most enjoyable affaiis bft(|of,     towd  ,1 totll0
•■ and Wi I SI
Silver Cu]
n    ■ inv this
I-    e   1- ' ,-v
..... ,,r    l,e    111.I-      It    .Mil ■ •• .III.,Hb ,,     —    ■   , .     ,'    .
''  '"   '" ,„        '  ;   , ,rl      bale of lav loved   It   to
ver   held   in    Trout   Lake.     «•,.-,- dl.voar8d   it
the ti-eni- kail was tastefully rteccrated wit:
. and con- dags, bunting auclplanl giving it a
tin-1 gnla appearance.
C
..     I.    |  .r.l.n-
lie-     BSH
■ i,   ; i nr only
.   iinil!
.1   f .r and
"nit WI
.1. .uli u  post-roor - u e •   .
to .k ptaes a*4  Us si u	
funnel to ui.itaii four di as
-itt.r "I '"' button*, -iv   pounds ol
..' C awf'.rl'j    liors -li i'   i.aii-i
j pieces of whale' one, throe • ■■
while tlie little ones, among whom (H,kers, a dutoh oven, h pi r
wen- to be found  Mother Burrill
w i-.t   i.ihies    wen
rnmid tl. . n> m for I   ■    hipl
:■ wrapl n|
■:   tin    Troul
• - ! »ve had
... :th no
al
.        .,._, | to
in   0<   the
•     |    It.
_ rmai: box, a chunk of
Lux's ranch, a n-.i;■•■■. • i I
Ktlll net's icp'it iti< ii. a ;-
Kootenaiaii editorial, an ! nu
ns "th- r ariie as. All i
beef «aa etgerly boughi u|
BeatonitM as in that way
gfll l]i ir u... nge.
i,i!tl\ appr< cia'c'l.   Afterlunch     Tie 4s grippe la most prei
ihofli«rwaa cleared .it     •     The   mly  sura  cure   yyt
.,,..1 revaia! utbei of tha big 'uus
pl.yod "ll'tg around Uosr",
\l,.'. i chairs ami otl sr amusing
.un.. .    In ono comer of the ball
ii;     i duiuty  luucb  was .--". ou n '■
full,  (J.   irnted   tables which wai
I   v.    I
i.    t»wn
, . wi is*tUe smoking ,°fa It
' Se.ii ti;.ir.     l-'or  u-linv.i.y  •
a inins nsk t' e uli'.or.
lill'iliT'd   in   l">  '1     ' ,l
hi'iir.
The Gui I hts btcn org nised
t•■,- in. mbershlp b i«g M - Linns
Ilnri.ol, .1 "     ■   B Elliott,
1,\ I r   Hi n Ci dgi  ' ]l "
heU»n".   "-' ■    S ",llU'-  ?**?
,, r"  this West fall *'"! Shepherd.     I - -,  ■-»«, ..»..-»
. ,     ,., as ui auittliary iu bsen sacked an! will be bi
.;   ::1i;,l;;,.1;,.,ai k »f .!■•.• church down ^ the ;....i»...
Rossland u»   ^ *- „,   for ns hi. ma.
.,      Li.j.i, l8 nee 1*1  at tbu time most M0"1
1:"h U ,rh owlog to tbalrbelug     Ifyouwant- -    ->■ »««>«< '
f     0
Tho li n -I. .■ M a • •
lion  i'lii.-i-iin :  "'   w
and McLellai came down
:ii i inl    -V- l'"" '■•>'    '
, .   ,iy the  property is
we'll.    A  i ice bunch of o
i   ,\1. & I). Co.,   do    i  a deal yestcr.
two day for the purchase of the Montr
y Jia-1 ing and ILimestakc claims, sttnat-
vmusl edoa  Rapid cr-'k. about a mile
rpment and   a   half   from   Poplar.     Th?
vendors are   Jack   Nesbitt,  Geo,
roe   and   A.  C.   Mackintosh.
in   amount of Hie lend is * 10,000
.1 build- payable within a year.
T.,e claims are within 100'J feet
lof the C.I'.R.  lit'-, and have most
<- !»!-.♦!,%-,* excellent surface showings.
Sporting Notions. M   Md , gaid ^ night that
re ; e! one silver-lead vein has beeeprovr
, ,i on one of the claims, and sever-
iartz lead   carrying good gold
• .  i ave !> .-ti  uncovered.   On
,, ,. of  these   leads a   tunn-1 has
T  been driven 45 fei t  and fine sped-
• of   free   gold can bo picked
•    f. . iv-load of quartz
.   f ■ -ii   the workings.     The
'%1" "! lis iln i| two feet in width and
iMrtrian  fan be traced  on  the surface for a
"",   ...   idci ■ istance.      The ore
:; .„ .     . ,  in  gold to '.he ton.
tu inel   i i question   will be
n still  furtlv-r and when 30
t of work  is accomplished,
v   i be under the richest part of
rf.i i   showing, and a little
■j   Lake   me
n in sitrlit. but
. t.vi r with
■,,;
iharm  -■■-
nick  i ■ tas
• i ■
ir-tenden
.:i
. il   ■!.,
•  li i i  wi
15 rink
ro- be
i,o ris doul minister.
". \?'-. n„v i    Tin ladies arete be coogratulat
n!i 1 • Lardeau.
,...ii   good
... chief an.i'ii.
•,: .1   .    put
■    m    ks ago.
..  ■ dca
r saying thai
.11 t   v   w
tiie R ijal Seal     V' ::-   J^»«) ,.  ,1:IVV iht- fkat b rin
ways iii"11 lem a^ anxillianes i-
his six horse team
li   i-  proved
,,; doubt that
,, -  \ ilttM an
,, il .t.- we have
I     ,n • we arc
.it   the ad
.  . lain section
v     ;;, grind."
■   |   that  tin
,,,,   t'i-    ilvci
itcd io ie
per day
i, ni intained
,    \\ it'n :• Ivei
tllilli (in «''''lt>
t    - e\treilieh
in|...iiy    hat
ig bul the low-
„  the Settle I.
radc of on
,    th    Silvel
mcemtratos f-oni
.t nv,. necks is a
m .    Sum' i111
.,     ea-h   of aii
j | I   i ii'inils i
,1,  le. the mill
i   ' i      lying nl
.,   b i.lay  ii
I   |    .•>'    Ill'llVl
remove   to tii
■   n'so lay in
,      it  In nd nun
,.ei-   of  20
1.1   he taken
,,, „„ ,„.e,tiii.nient and the
,.,;,.,.,! conseuras of opii.i >■ t-
Ul_, an , , of tie s..n... kin'
aouldgoallrighl  in  • '"'•' ■'""■
. i week.
. —- •
Our Friend the Kootena-
ian of Kaslo.
v\, -..tadifd the laogaag. of monkeys
„ .-'" ;       .     . • . of the hum-
lv  L. Kinmaii   nturned f
1!,.\- Istoke T..iii>.liy where hi  . j
oeon on Liisiti. ss i >r the pti     •
|i'mi want 1.1  mike h . by i i
,at 1'c'i'i "t'11 lbs worl i ii"'
i a Xmas presoul of a ho', p !••■.••
.Seals.
: iner-  'v
\uu.s.    There are now   10   '■ '< ■■'
ii- "on- '"" '    :   '
Bijiy   I. i -,•   • iowsho .1 down
i tbu U> take
the n
The Lue'.vv   l:>y   i-*  fov«d ipias
well.     Psakir   Vipoud   baa   Id
inin busy ge ting ilo-vn ore
tJKEU can tell what he an.
■a lie liawla.
.•Waw-lio Iw haw godam a 'bun   i.
B. C MIPJING NOTES.
r,„. Eva mine lu ihe L>rdcau
,,.-,i,„..l .re 3hi| uU December
1st.
ThcSt, |.;u,„. has IOO,OJOtons
Oforc ready [or mining and shipments-
T,„. l»r..speot'.r say* ■ '^<1-
posltofpiok I   is  to  I e dcv.l .) c«l
R, ll   i:..
effort '
day lasl bu:
Ab.-rthamson  Bros, are  pnttii     ■, ;i
„ii their st .r.u  i>nc " this « > ■■ ^
getting Into s auefortuooxp cieti £       (
-now.
i-   ait
tcrmin
.1     ,    V.
Thi United SUtes roenb-r of
the int'tea i me' '" a'1' " '■
IMu«tg,te lhi North s>
has ordored a s'lipmont    .   	
ScrI cigars t» lake io Pa
uiiii.    Iu ordering  '-   •" *
it w mid bu a gr a   fuel 0 i [
,,. ,,,;„..• Iii the Buropen   iimii;
Will Sehuell, wh
lyb ■ 'it
.-   it' wiir-rT.rJ!*M  another
i four-foot vein which g;ve« an aver-
-..,;. value .fa!> .at Jf20 to the
,. gol I "ti the surface.
At      ' :' Spyg'ass compiuy willcom-
v.  rk at once on the proper-
':,,    ,       continue   operatioM  all
.. In the  spring, if develop-
, ., |,   ,.. linn attained, warrants it, %
i' -• rinting ought ' ,
th ..- r. -oi'.l d  !taluP nn ' wl1  ln'tRCled-
,.      j    ce White who exainino 1 the
, .,... recently nnd sampled  tho
.   ■ accurately - .   ,.
, •■ ,. they be U-dges thoroughl)   .-ay.- that in his
! |       n. the claims equal  any in
■.. Poplar and while there ere no
lame nuggets ol gold  in sight, tho
  values nr- more evenly divided.
i        ;   -> far has      Mr. Mackintosh, one of the ven-
ta.   Ind   dwe dors, who is leaving for Winnipeg
- upon  shortly, says ti.e pin chasers are to
i     .i.oi be congratulated on securing the
i .••  let in, property nt  the   figure they did
;,.   ..   Mil.- rink aa the owners  prevbusly always
  .    * -.'.,■ i   .      ...i.l     , .ii 1V   'If**
ci -spiel-
!! b< ban I   t 0
.t      , i
l'i- Week
•     ISO!!.
local
held out for 180,000, and only ac-
eepted the smaller amount when
breed to do so.
Wild Horse crec
T.i.'  rink    hit ton    is    ill
-luipe  now  f r  ie-.     All
wau ed now ia rt   giMU   lllf •    '
bai.l  w atl.or.    T..c nddi iuu to
,i.,.   uriura is compbtwl.
Tom Gray t s popu'ttr irnv-J'er
for ibe W. H- Ma'km C.ol \ in
11 w th
Tii ■ c »m- j
in ising.
alignments   last o
I I V . I
t.„k ndvaniagc ofl -
Roland   ore   W«J-   — — 'w „.l|ilV  „i«h? t.
week were 5,985 tons oi »w,       (W tmU] <if lU,  |.,j., .
tous for tie year to date, | Tiilll  ttas called   «,  ib
evening by siec'al r q - bI     maH
,; ,. year I" date,
fa ,,1,,'v li   li tow   said tolw
tho date  for i "'>»'*  ""'  »cW
Sullivan lead sm Iter  at Marys-
ville.
I, l8 proposed to Intmduco go d
dredging InUi Caril  Hw Ward
HvdrauicC. havngarmngedt
hetall a dredge on thrfr prop, r-jr. JjJ0^,   ,(   H
•M,,. |i,,. linbngovi rnmcnl o I   I   iiudi IIumiu  "   '
,  i .„. .;.-„,.1 ii pamphlet form aiiovolllug in will bo
lll",m i     i',.,,f  Brook ww-' Judging frointht
a valuable ropo.i  ^   I <" ■ " °*K „a,nplnitt given  the   run
„„ poplqr crook and othn Lardeau nirnroul well.
amp. ar.
i.,.  in
ipplicablt
ii ' un. •
rsclf t i"
in.nit
have tn!
a ajuoih Ncc If " '."
audii nco w i ■ e ler i n n
How of oratory audi us i ■
mard lu   IVmt* Lak '.     "
|.0 will  bu in  for   into h f
taiuiiii :il 'a'ei- on,
T.mSpnkn ie  I'lu-i M n
hard ..    .! n
il.   nu.
nt
Trout Lake Fast Become
Like Outside Cities.
She has  the  finest  water-works
'|i„ Uritifh Columbia that can sup-
' rUu ply von wit', what may be termed
,1. .Mi FELT  WANT, and that
j, go ,1 water and plenty of it.
'  •;1"', - lb, also  has  big dpart.n t.tal
lhat carry a large supply of
i anything wanted aud at
low r on some linos than
ii buy at any outside city
,le;   freight   iJ   paid.      Ihe
nd ibirt win low displayed
Itor is -tHlicieiit pro il <u
iitment ol goods that are
ami  when   you  get 20 p C
,.( al of tlicse goeJs ill'8
,.,,. ii,.. prices mi, fTu'low-
ilk i. easy, when yen wanl
money on all of your pui-
.ai and  gel prices from US,
, ,,,,'i   it. n to otl.i people
,   IFVITK i   Co,
11 v   •
I   y-   I   '
rial   to
iads are in a
'  ,l'" '"',vv      Arrived totlaj by   xpres
-   • ieSilw',1   ...,„,.„ ,„ ,, ladies   collnrs end
.,,„ niiik IU     Latest  styles     Masterson,
arc stll   (ll
AC
.1. It.   Henderson  sectir
did for the full   a-tnoi
claim againsl the 0«»n
berandSaw Mills Ltd
was tried m Rcvi I toki
ri
[1 LirtiiH
Like Ths   LARDEAU  MINING
REVIEW.
la Prlnteil at Trout Lake City, aim Published
at Ferguson am' Troul Lake every Kriilii.v.
Tne Editor il.iea not Hold hlm«Hfreiipon»
ble fur the opinions of oorreapoinlaiiU6X-
prsSSSd In tlie columns 01 tha TOPIC.
All locals will be rharui'd nt tin1 iali- ofl6
Benin per Hue, Aral inaertlnn, and 10cents pei
line fiu'ii subsequent Insertion.
Terms tor Transient and oiler adrertlalng
will he Hindu known on application at otllee
H .useription sum a year, in advance
MURRAY <gb ATHERTON PuMishers
From what wo can learn it is the
intention of the C.P.R. to keep the
lake open this winter if possible.
This in it-elf shows thai this great
corporation has satisfied itself that
the requirements of this section are,1 Mr, Barker, "and that  is Borden
worth looking after.      W.  White,
& So.
Borden Will   Remain the
Leader.
Robert Laird   Borden   will continue us leader of  the conservative J
I arty    Mr.   Borden  accompanied
by Mrs.. Borden, arrived in Mont-L, ,_,,,, , .   ,,    ,
teal Saturday and were mot a. .he ^"^ 'WTSL^&SL
Wimlsor station hv an ndvanco "'*k throughout the year. Orders
guard of representatives of tho for clothing will receive close attention,
party in the house of commous,!    0ur rep8e«entati*e, B, A, Scott, jsa
s*»/S
4<- Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAILORS.
iiitgc'y from Ontario and who
ha»o come to attend tho conference which will bu held to-morrow
aays a Montreal dispatch of the
6th. Heading the delegation of
Ontario members is S. Barker, M.
P. for Hamilton.
"There  is   only  one,   name for
leader suggested in  Ontari ," said
practical tailor, ami will make
lit.   Hold your orders for him.
•lotht'H
ANGLICAN    CHURCH.
Services on Sunday evening nt 7.HO
o'clock.     Visitors   nra   cordially  welcomed. REV. II. A. SOLLY,
Incumbent.
one of the leading officials of the
West, has written asking for the
RKVIEW to be sent to him regularly
bo he can keep posted on the growth
aad necessities of the district
The success of the reduction
works at Five-Mile should he an
inducement lo capital to construct
similar plants in this district.
There are numerous properties:
■which have large bodies of concentrating and low grade ores which
would not pay heavy freighting
charges, hut would pay handsomely
if treated on the ground.
People recognize his strength and
they want him. Ontario is Cor
Bunion to a man.''
Tiie members already here include, besides Barker, Kidd of
Carleton, Mr. Sproule, Kemp of
Toronto, Brodie of Dimdus. Clements and P. H. Pop".
Mr. Borden has been o lie red
se\en or eight seats, but it is like-
ly ihat the Beat offeted by Kidd of
I'liHetoi, will be accepted, L \*
al.-o understood the government
has offered to do what it can to
expedite Mr. Bor ten's early reentry into the house of C iiuim ns,
hut the feeling among the men-
hers now In r.' is that i .. favors
should be ncc. pud from ll e government but that Mr. Borden's
return should be entirely due to
tho streugth of his puny.
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO   LTD-
Hardware, Miners' Supplies, stoves
! iiml Ranges.
l\Ji_l_30tM.  B.  C.
The agitation to have the Placeri
Act amended should not be lost
sight of. The legislature will soon
meet, and a petition should l>o sent
in asking iur such changes as arc
needed tc obviate the recurrence of
the Liickv Jack trouble.
What We've   Maintained
Always.
During the past month a m< re
thau usually large number of deals
iu mining claims are reported lo
hate been made. A sigi ificsnt
feature of those transactions is the
clrciituatar.ee that in nearly every
Instance, while u.(. consideration
has b.en large, n i actual cash hn.«
been paid, the properties having
Uen acquired ou "working bond"
lei int. It is an ill wind thnt
blot, s no one good nnri iu_> <io
prtvsion under which the mining
in.lnutry of the province I.H6 suffered for the pnst few \eais has at
least bud the salutary effect of
knockiug reason into t•■.- heads of
prospector* and claim-owners,
who arc now much mure ready to
tri'at with capital iu a businesslike spirit. The result will be—as
has already been si.own—that a
far greater proportion of claims
Will l>' taken over and developed,
and thus the cbnnces of acoosldi r
ablo addition being mad • lo our
number of productive mines are
so much the greater
1,000 Ounce  Ore   in the
Beatrice*  Mine.
A body  of K"lenu,  lich iu grey
copper was opined   up at the lieu- j
tn'c-c this week, .'ays I he Camborne
Minor of tho 2<itl.  ult., whnh it ia
said will average from 700 to 1,000
ounces of silver to  the ton.    The'
new ti...! willed is iu the old work-1
Ings, was made quite act Identally, I
.^oiiio of the iiiiii.rs employed at'
tho property were engaged in ihe
old  properly   getting   t   „,,* ,„
shape for ore shipment, when one
of ihe men noticed a sm ill showing of galena in ono of the walls of
tbo tunnel, and ..rn of curiosity
put a s'lOl Into il.     After the shot
wm fired he weut hack  and to his
asti nishmenl there lay exposed a
vein in which   thogal-i.a sparkle I
like a  tbonraod diamonds in the
candle light.   Samples .f (be ore
wen lakcii to Ihe  lu,rn. is month,
audit wis Been thai grey copper
wee scattered all through Hie g* 1-1
ciin.    More Work was d neon the
vein, winch   widened   .,,t   with
•Vory -Lift, until „„w |, „„.„„,,,;
ov. r two feci i(.ril:.,  ,|„, f.l(. _    A
MmV fthe or,, was brought 'o
'own   and    ,,|.„,d   in    |na    Miner |
Window, whir' it I*  \}K M1|,j,.r. ,,,
•''   B "d   d-al   of  alt. nt,, „.      Tne
J:";'"""' oompnuj    ......   continue
wmk.,n the lew find  .... . i(l ,, |ie,
1'"" '"ri1 •' ' ■      ; ..    be ready
101 raw hi in, ))t, (||C.k|
arrive." **
Ainsworth   License  Dlst.
NOTICK in her.ln given that the undermentioned persons have mini I application lor hotel   licenses at the places
set "|i|)08it» lo their respective names,
under the provisions of the " Liquor
License Act, WOO :
C. F. Olson. Hot Spring! Hotel, Alnawortti
A. W. Uooclsnough, tninsfsr n> U. 1'. Kour-
nlrr. Kin*: hotel, Alnswi.itli.
Oli- I   tin. Ilriiuiiln hotel. I.i.r.lo.
Leande? liunnu, Lardob. lei, i .n.lo.
J. n. Mi-l.Hrhi.in. Commercial hotel, I.nnl.i.
Die I'lvln, Miners bote), Hiiilhlll.
.1, A. Mi-laiiar, Victoria I. itol, w hltewater.
Ai-xander Laueliton, Lardeau hotel,Kef
guson.
MoOoiialU A Black. Fergus, n hotel, Ferguson.
Mis. h. O'Connor. Windsor hotel, Ferguson,
A, K. Kaiikln. Balmoral hotel, Ferguson,
Krnneth Morrtwni. 1'iirli hotel, troul I »ke
ro.id.
I), it. Mi-Lciinan, Windsor hotel, Troul
Lake,
Abraaa—ison nr<.»..   i^ueem-  hot.
Lake,
Mii.ldr.i ami Levesque, Lake View hotel,
IMIII I us.
DEFAULT SUMM0H8.
IN the Count) Court oi Kootenay, Imhlen
at Trout Lake, between liohpri Madden
Hinl Louis Levesque, doing business a a
Madden A Leveequo, of Trout Lake,
ii 0-,    hetelke.pers,    plaintiffs,    and
CV.iller 1'.  Curtis of  Trout Lake, B.C.,
li borer, defondant.
TAKE NOTICE, that unless within
eight days after the personal service
of thin summons on yon, you return to
the Registrar >.f this Court al Proul
Luke the dispute note below, dated
nnd signed by .\. -lr-pif (oi your solicitor , and s ating briefly your grounds
of defence to the action, you will not
afierwnrda be allowed to make any
defence to the claim which the plaintiff make- on you, as per margin, the
particulars of which are hereunto an -
lieic.l : but Ihe plaintiff may, without giving any proof ni support of
such claim, horein proceed to tinal
judgment an.l execution. If yon return s'l.'h dispute note t.. the Kegis-
trar within tho timo specified, ths Keg-
istrar will Bend >-i n. by post, notice of
l'.•• lay upon which the action will be
tried.
Claim, (83.75; Fee for plaint and
service, 13.IW ; Costs, solicitor* etc.,
$10.00 : Total amount of .lebt nml costs,
»9u\7fi : Coats of garnishee, 13.10 ; T..ihI
including garnishee, |99.85
Dated this I9tli d i embe    19 H
F. C CAMPBI i I .
Registrar of the Court,
isterson,
k&k^
<S* Co.
-i»*-*»' ■*
i ERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS,
NOTICE.
Broken Mil) mineral claim, situate in
John Simpson, Troul  Lake  hotel, Troul  Troul  lake Mining   Division ol   WeBl
Edward Mobbs, Lennoxvlllshntel,Ueirard. Koolenv'dlslrlci
K L, Monuid, Royal hotel, I* iplar. \\ here located :—I hi luipi.l Cr««k. a.l
William Hanlon. transfer to Charles Han oining the Coronal   u.
a. ii. Miners Iiotcl, l*oj iur. \ . i    ,,   I-   v   u*.iv:_
Jacobaon   and    Anderson,  -Grand tot. '     '   v   lr« •'"•• ■    ' -J  V   "'
I'oi.ler. I net.i .■ aa   aget I < ■ :.■ i   I     ..rier.
s.i.iiiock and   iiii.ni.iy,  Dominion hot. v    I'.-. .ill, in-
Jobii Carey, Orand Crnlml hotel, l-oplar ''  ">,«»!•   days   from  the late hereof,
A meeting of the Board of License !'.'"i |.!-v,'° '•■•. " "*"« "«;  ''•''■;;"
Coramlssioners of Ihe Aina worth License •""'''«'• -»'   Improvement,, f.,r   he
Diatrrist will lie held to consider such
applications, at the Court hi niso.it Trout
Luke, ou Thursday, the fifteenth day ol
December, 1904, at the hour of ten
o'clock in the forenoon,
W. ii. Btfl.LOOK-WEBSTER,
Chief Licence Inspector,
Ne'son, B. C, S4tl. N..v., lUut
purpose of obtaining a Crown (irant ..f
ihe nhoTe claim.
\n I further take  notice   that   action,
- .     n ';r. n :-'  be commenced
I., fore  tne   > I  such I'ertilicale
ol Improvements.
listed this 84th dav of November, a.m.
1904. O. ii. N. WILKIE.
25-11-04
L
PRJCES
You can find at our
Store a fine lot of
/*-oles at $1.75 &,
$2.00 a Box. Also
a r.ew lot of fine
Onions, Pastry Flour
an-i Rolled Oats, all
just a-rived.
Flour $1.65 a Sk.
and everything as
low in Proportion.
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General
Merchants,
B
NEW
Lardeau
Hotel
it)
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
n
lAT.IIl'V   .iritinjj   Kcrgtisoi  you
»lt I    shuiild Btav at the Lai dean
M
ll    lei.       Hole    till      »   -  '    i
will   !>'•   surrounded   with
j SI85 i    '"'" inf.'-    Excellent
* '    ouisine,     v..-ll   ventilated
and warm rooms, well
Mucked bar, and everything which
tei d* towards making yonr visil a
|.l''i-anl and  ineinoi able one.
Kates from ?i day upwards,
We htri*• t• to ple.ife .mr patrons.
FERGUSON.
0:
a
MACKINNON and
SUTHEKLAND
Suits for the
Winter.
We ..i.i'i be bc,-.i for PRICE, QUALITY and Btjlc
We are agents f..r all the BEST 110USE8.
Wliai   yon  an-   l-niklnff for in iho way <>f Winter
'••'nn- nt     y  'i  '••,,, obtain nl  ..ur Blore, and  we
l." ar m ir i . , i .  > nib .un led sa'i I icl Ion,
.In-' r>ceh ill   A i.'c" co islgiiuioul .( Men.. Al1-
\\... i vests mid I'.nits,
Groceries.
We cam- an imm. I'-
Min '     ui'p'i
W.
i'Ur spec ally.       V.ni waul tb.   I;. v  ..   ,,,.
int   cl lo   Inspoci our Immense stock and i im<
pare i rii es,
have lomotlilns special lu VVintor Overcoats,
FERGUSON - - B. C.
A LAUDER OF BWORD8
Bj Gilbert Parker, cloth. $1.50
THE LAST HOPE
By II 8. .M.rriu..rn. cloth. 1.30
THE MYSTIC SPRING.
ByD.W Higgins Victoria.1,50
| FOSTER'S'BRIDGE'MANUAL
Cloth, 1.50
Build'ng Trad'H  Pockel Hiaik
llusin. - M in's Pockel Hook
Mechanic's Pockel Memorandum
Three vols.   1.50
Pill by Ihe International Correspondent a He i ool at l' eacl r pries ll 50
TtmCaiada Di ne & BookC i.
INIEL-SOIN,   ll   C.
• J. Y. Griffin & o.
Celebratod Brands ol   Mam, Bamn
and Rgga,
NELSON,      - B. C.
HADDEN HOUSB !i;r:,r„T,H
'
I... i n '.- table bom. *   It w. try
Ihe Mi. ni. ii IIo.ih Well l-mlabed r..»in«
llghleO b) el. .ui. u>, dra^elasa iK.ar.l In
thei.ir >..« will and all the best domestic umi
Impurted liquors and el|
Thomas Madden   Prop.
E.  erguson &. Co.
Wholesale dealers In Wines, Liquors
amI (Vara.    Audita for Pabsl I'.eer
NKLSOIM, B, C.
'now
i-.    the    tine
In  Hnv I    •
Pi    • ■
-,.. bi iirh!
The   Town   ot   I ERUl SON
n      be one of the  (Ii•■.,\<-r'
l Ire   IVucltl. ing   I   	
W oi Id.      I lie   bigh   degr (
success achieved bj the
niiiiier.il- WEALTHY and
PRACTICAL BRITISH and
\ M I RICA N M I N ING
COMPANIES now operating
there la a tribute to the
tremendous wealth ..f th" bill*
t>       -x       ha       -,       _,       _,       < ,
«B__f ^•ftft^'Taie
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Public Sch >"l, Hospital,
oil it instiliitinna. Excellent
H ,ii. i \ieil - system. Streets,
Stores and B. sidem e ■ illu-
i.lined by Ei'ectricity. Daily
mail ii'Tvice. The townsite
Is admirably laid out Gel In
N'i >\V on the ground fl tor.
Lots cwi  now  ne  purohasetl
BJ,
d;
Mem. O.I.C.A.
CHARTBKBO  ACCOUNTANT
lingular aiel Spe. ial   tiidlli,   Refer-
ce:   Canadian Link ..f Commerce.
NELSON,  B. C
i Ron
$?5 "" :
TOWNSITE AQENT
HENEYPLOYD
RRVELSTOKB, li. C.
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JWM*&tim'&&M3Mtir:,i .
ROSSLAND  DIRECTORY
Lion Brewing Co.
LIMITED
Brewers of Beer & Porter.
KEPT AT ALL HOTELS,
111
rgj ROSSLAND,   -   -   B. C.
Prospectors'Exchange
BEATON, r c.
YIPITORH arriving ut Beaton (the th., iho I of |
tie  Urowbead, will fuel this Hotel to ha fi u  ., ■:
foi bull class liadu    \.\.,      •  ,    ,_,,„ „. ,
sppolntecl sncl apscious dining hall     Hie beat of tVIm
and Cigars.   Personal lunnrrlalon la given to the riHiulreineii   ol
patrons   \ I Itora lo the Larduau can r.-iv nn comfort al tbia hotel
W. BOYD -:-
•      T;t"i/~, -i
-.-     I   I 'J
*
l *»«»•«..
jsasssjSjBja Job. PrJnUn? ,?J every description will ii
_L «» ,- B    -•   (.
'/JU-
•$~*snr'
Urge Lumber Tariff.
Vancouver, December 5th. — A
i-ory Important ennforeuoe took
plaoe lni'ii this morning between
Hiitis'i Columbia lumbermen nnd
senator Tvmplouian aud Messrs,
Ralph Smith, XV. Bloan ami Duncan Ross, M. P'a i lict. regarding
the question of the imposition of n
duty of if-' per thousand on rough
lumber, thereby shutting tut
American lumber from Manitoba
in d the Northwest territories'
market.
Ii wus pointed out that while in
1903 imports of American lumbei
were 60,000,000 nd in 1904 they
reached 140,000,000 fi   I
A i a result of tbi.-1 unfair competition many British Columbia
mills were closing down and the
industry would be ru'ncd, il was
claime I, Ii was furl In r useoi '.< d
Hint the iin; ition il a duty
woul i ii"t cause an advance in the
price of lumber iu the nurthwost.
Farmers there enjoyed protect Ion
on their prod nets nod It was only
fair Hint Ilrit'n-h ('ulumb'a lun b. r
mon should 11 iccoi .1. d pro i c
li rn.
-■   eral of Iho   lumbi rmen  ex
press d themsi Ivt   ai  agreeable tu
I". i| -ui'itv   ia    lumber    with   the
l     • 'd St tic  w lei would increa -•■
niiikti
!' ;   Itiiii-
n    I i    I   \  . ' .••:.'
petil Senator 'Iewpl< man in
reply, j romi ed I he matte r
• l.i- d nion cal inot colleagues nnd adi ised lhat a do] nta
.. »....i io Ottawa by th •
inilliiieii in -u|.|. irl nl the i etilion,
liy   niii-t
Th. r.
ith Fork
With  '  ■       Ivent   ..f   the
up the  Mori     1   rk  capital
will ]■• ui   .       • lion, ..- the
many   prop rl
fa iliti. •  .ir.- lm;
i.f in.i'.
<e .d.u..vLity" executes at
'.-■ i:.;
i I
••'.. ,-•." r*.'*ft
ssv
\:
-#C|3ls
LAKEVIEW
TROUT LAKL, B. C.
-■.
1--JL-I
.ihgal
BAR WELL BTJPPLIED WITH
Liquors and eiqars
I.argr. Comfortable Booms
First UlasB Board.
Madden & Levesque   -  - Props
ALEX.   CRAWF'CKb"
:"    " D "   F LLIOTT,
.     • .     ITAI v
I     I    ■
. at Lake, B, U.     11 a Ferguson
OSO. 8. il.-l.'urtor, f   A.. Harvey
A. M.    I'::il: liam.
HftVBT HoMRTER k PINKHHAM
BARRI8T] R8.
SOLICITORS, Etc,
6*
tivXg
V*r»,'     '    S*
HEVELSTC'^E    13.  C.
i. Perule aiil'ait
ic ■    r  Canada.
I.r ■
. •. I . 11.
THE   PJONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Paok and Cartajre Horsoi Always for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
JUe.i :;L.  ;..«   Cifl;;,
'    '.    '3
ii.Ull.  -...,: ■,.-. '  ClTOivft,i.i. .
'      1st k .
B. C.
Daily stage leaves Beaton at 12 o'clock for Trout Lake i.- roson and Camborne
Leaves ^rgoson, via Trout Lake for .'..-..to,, at 7 aan.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake. Beaton, Ferguson ar■! Camb r:<   I
.---------_-_---»-—__■»_______________«_ I
a
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IMPERIAL BANK   OF CANADA
cuwirviiNS
Capital Authorized, ♦I.Oon.iioO
Capital [paid up] • 3 000,000
lift-t   ...    2,R5<i,000
H. adOifite:
TORONTO,   OMAKIU.
! nil I.lne
I .. .   Is,   -Fruits
■  -••.•-• n. ..rtmenl
. .' -.
I     ■ "i.        , ■  • tephone (..
Ilraiichea in the Northwest Term .-i a, Pro   nces .f British i olumbia, Mamioba, ''•■
Ontario and iniela-r.
r l; MERRITT, President,
!■. IIIV, Assistant lien. Manager,
D. It. WILKIE, Vic.  i ri       .....     .
W. MOFFAT, C f Inspector
FERGUSON
-a-ttiuu.i...
AFd. I ilua  of Choice Stationery
Just RecevvcaS,
Saf-^W'j,  7c:-r.'apvicles, Etc. Prescription work
A SPECIALTY.   ST.iCTLY   Cf." A.
WINDSOR
HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
st HeJei in Town,
Wprtn lor
.a   ' r
iuluii.
ri Ciircial EM
ACCOMMODATICMS   AR".   PIRSTCLAS3
D. R. ;;lcL£.',r.1,   PROPRIETOR
'Lennoxvilie
W.  Abrahamson
Traa.   i aha,   a.   C. Brass*   a   timi-ni   p-aaving   Baalacss   rr,.i.»»t,ii
^_^ n.^e DepSTtm. nl- I'      •    -
Drafts Hold available In all parts i.f i'..:..i<I a,
■   .:«• I — tj»t.--. „i. i Kiirnpe.
H|»rlal aiviii.iiu (iven 10 Sollsellona m 1
Mining 11..mis.
Controls?
And Builder.
Owner of t;c Abraham-
son Addicion to the
Townsite,
Get a Home
For   Yourself.
Hotel,
1.   IDBBS, PROP-
Hotel and
Genera! Store
<3-i
^RARD
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t"     ■'-
»4»«S=^€r
-"?
ST-_-               —
IJ!'.:!>  • i'ii   ■   IJJ <-t 'ibe
^was
t ray
li. K. BOL .TBEB,
rtaBSgtf
l'__---.i._^.    !,„»;*   ew.....,"**3-*
Tl [il  • —   the
i
i t.. . . iq. by the
citiu'tis      I      • now of a
lake hold
•   • brat ion and n ak<       nieces*
.. :<  no .It ubt that il
.   ..f a   i"t id
l   too
I.     1.
NOTICK    ■' i   i-OWNl II
1.. I ulm A    Usrs, J. I I
Hi • a at. ami W in    P    '■  a • I
II ■  :■ 'ra».u ..r   ■ t     n lie ,■
.   i *>,- Irai iterred  Ihe      .'. •• -:-
Tal«   KotitS   I   tin-   unl. i- l'i e I   ...
ownei * itt. jrou ia tl II
ral . all   -■   ■ Hi lb fork . '
i i,.I., i ie. k  neai   -• ■.. i    \'i ile   in Ibe
Trout   i..ika  Rib aion  ..f   Weal
.   . *        nut  I  • . I Rill
iah C .lmntiia  I are dm e  Ibe
• ii    .,  the  ib. lied mineral
rlaii a for the year "W in onlei I
I of the none
• al s. t  an.I  if  will I  litis
I t:  .- \ v. it   fall   . r   i
'
II wui . .•    (i       i Ivertieenienl
• - lid  I.OIlel  I
■• i .• ii ,     ruperlj    '• ths under-
•Ik'ne I    i   !er   aecl    II    I   "f   Ihe mineial
, endm. m ... t ' 10 liatesl at
! ro .i i»Le il.,. ^.:ti. lay ' v "•" bsr,
1904 Jas. w   l.tviai
(.,.,  ;'. iM i .   . inner.
Aeeoaotaot,     ....     AeclH
J. ('. MURRAY,
TKi.IT I.VKK. B   ('
Outside comnanys' Intereeta earafa i>
i      >-l after.
As"i i lor Hetniamsai - i",,i;«<
aK     "RofVsA   AGENT FOR Ul ANT POWDEH
.    -D.    -DdlllO   FUSE AND CAPS.
EASY TERMS..
V.M. Westfall & Co.
LESSEE of the ALfT.V\: D«l >  HALL
FERGUS?^:
t
i'st 'Vice  Click,
. LUrest,
Mi t.s Ke'Ser-
Mining l"r>.i*Mi., Itepuned Cln.
I Pruaaeeta Boucbl ami Hold,
M '.ieigl'ru|>-ilH<. I^fked Alleifl^ N--
.Irnls.
Trout Lake. B.C.
-.-  :
.•  .    .-
■
l,*r<i>»u ■'l   npp
ltiH*i>r(tlnc' 'ftW
Essaying
;. ■ ■ ■ ir rflj
I Packhiq and   ^vg^^ckilvs,
Freighting       Transfer outfit. :
SURVE'i ^r   _
0. B. N. WILKIE, F.L.U.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claim!  Surveyed
jnd Cro-.vn (ii  i ti ...    . ,.J
It..-I.I..ncc—Neil tlc-oxl "nee.
trout iai.ie.lt I
3 11
1 Barbec Sbop |
 KOK A  'j
Good Shave or Hair Cut     f\
__ CAI I  ■ H —
Wiiifatn Schnell, h
TROUT    UAKC   •   I3C.     ■
Hot and Co'd Bathe        ¥
I
1 oi Silver...
Hold an.I Silver
Silver and Lead
t'oppet	
Zinc     	
ii M
f2O0 •
i oo ;
♦ . • - '
Coatraetsentered tnte forp.       | >fMiningHuppliei etc.
to any poini in the district,
Good, i •" .i tservl ■■. am! any wort undertaken , laranteed
satisfactory,
e
•:
5   SHANNON,  ^ssayer
PHROUSON B. C
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop. I
.•■:••■    '• ■ •    :• j   :  •;•• •:  ••• ■•
:  ■'■ •:• -V
A. K. iiKYLAXJ'.
PROVINCIAL MM. .-    r.V   v -iv
Mineral Ulaii j '1
POPLAR, KASIO
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER.
'. repairing,   etc.    All work
Guarantc. ,i.
' I      MS
Lcfiu
I Tront Lais. B.C.
. H. Jo^es,
i..' •■(.
Pi in'ir.g.
if    La..;."-..    Fine   l l
NELSON, 13. C.
;k\v stork life assurance
COMPANY.
OR iHVl      v,.m'   AND   I'ROTECTIOS.
.N.'lh 1. or   Bl IZt Li    ASH   BA1 E
Notice is bor. 1 . • • n thai niider nnd
by xirt.ieof a «Mir-isiil of niecntlon ism-
e.'l . nt of the count) i url ol K nlcnay
holdei at Ireiii \am hi an action where*
in MeD. line il .v Bli li are i lamiiff. and
■ i,unit   is dofendani and lo me
.1 ii.'iilliM
..f Ihe %uu\ o. 1   i  '      •
r imereal oltbe
,.   ■    .1   .... (elloH
in,; iniin. .I  in aiii       lual   I   n
the Tr. ni ! .ike n Ini is   Ih laion ol lv. a]
I.., c,. , ii    na nelj    Cromw. ll  icral
claim sitnat. m In • aoutb I .rk nl Ifciwn
ttrttek, a t' Ibuiary le ll a ••• lib fi '•- w
! nrdeati i reuk, mid adjobibiB Ibe tlic-e
ml ,. io clal ii lbs wssl    Vmn»> n In
eral i lalm altnati ■ n I'roa n i seek, ml-
,. ,,,, ,.   i i,.  i Irou f all   and   i roinaell
Kraetloii on the *eal   i ■. ky Jim mine
,1,1, iltuatocl i. si il   i | nilliMi nasi
,   n,e -me  i ,n n       il el i in mil li a
I     id i •   . ,, (   i' ,   \ i.   luis II  tal
,   . ,, ,     llllllll .    '       .    l .    ,rn Silll
• ■ ■  I .a In
and ... on ' ' 'i'""'
i.itf thr N"r.i Loe . '. 'I.   • • d U !
nun.mi i kahn aiiiintc ..i" ill hah n n Ile
eaal of Rapid i asek snd elgl i inllesi ul
„f 11.mi l.tvae nu the nit'l" fiver,
AikI l give iioiice lhat I will offer foi
sale by public suction at the Courl
Mouse'at Tront LSI • B. I . i n Baturda)
i. .. : .i.   Jay ol  December,   W   c. the
hem ..i elnveii o'cloek In ln« '■ '
nil the InWresl ■»( tin   " ' defendaiil In
tbu said 'i Insi il ci ii-. I'nle.1 ai  front
. , ,„  i:  ,   ,r i ibei i.'h   \   I'       '
tii...   ..
... i nu   -h ,. ....•••in\
ill i.ii.t   1) C.
THO-'. TAYLOR, Agent.
. i LSTOK1     AND      Ti;..i : LtK]
A. W. EDGE
• "  . *"•
&
■Saax-fc-i "
WW
Zil I i.l.iZZlaOi i. -:Jki^i 7>- V
■   ■   *u i ■ ■...;.,
Pai_qter
Lkscorator
Has made Us sole Distributing Agents for the whole of the
BnE^'tK'*- • -"'*^"'"" " ■> -*v" !»<■«■«". '"\1 ^ »'' ." 'T-~AT3«rI5W»vtKt:^5aan
LoTiijau,
r '  iT   LAKB
B.C.
WE have tine Largest, Best, and Cheapest AssorfemesiS
<»c
W >
yt>:$/
Ever shown In tiie District.
Come end See for If
<*>-
li you can't
* r»   Scitd t»s the A^rei of] our child : i
»   r .      «r?d J»e amount* you wisht.^o si   ' J
*. Bi. WeOss
REV5LSTOKE.B.C.
" runs
BOUf: :
.: WE WILL  Do   £ti&  k£5T.
»
A. G. FRASER  -  - - TROUT LAKE,
PRICES
NG CR.OKCR
it»iSlaI1fi, .       B. J.
. :.t island St   a ".   nge
. Lardeau 8< i k    '       nta
/
■ Hi
■■ WWwJj i. $}%$l
AN   ESSAY    ON   MAN.
.Man (hat is 1 irn of wopuvi Is
Bma'l j' tatoes, and few in n ill.
Ho ri 08 up to-day arid flourishes
liken weed and tomorrow or the
next day the und< rtakor bath   lin,
lie goeth forth    in  the  i  i g
warb'ing like a lark, and is ! ; eked .nit in one round and two * c*
'onds.
In the middle of life he U in
debt, and thi  : i r,  collector pu
in when ver hi ••>•. h The
i: t t of life is mil of Bplinti rs, ' .1
lis slidoth down with considerable
rapidity, Ho walketh forth i the
bright sunlight) to nbsorh •
and niob'.oth a bank teller with a
Bight draft for $3&7,
He   Cometh  homo   at   ev
and  iiieei. th  the whei Iba r      in
his path.    It riseth up and si i
him to the earth,  and ffillcth njaon j
him and  runneth ono of its legs
into his < ai.
In the gentle springtime hi   mt
t. tii on his Buiun        lol  . ;. n -1 o |
blizzard striketh  him alar
home rtnd  filleth  him   w
nords and  rheumatii m.     In  tho
winter time 1     |■ .;
tro isers and a wasp th .1 a       I
ill' :. .. V II'   .
sta rl th down  into the i ellai
an oleander and  jjoe'h backward
•. •    . i.fi  r and '■
eitteth upon him.
ii.-  buyeth  n   watch   dog   and
wh   11 in   '. ll       h
the un eh .1"- treeth hi nd sit-
ti't'n in nr him until n ; lorn,
II       eth to the horsi I bet-
le'li his •■ •        n nan
at;.! tl     bay J   Id
face winncth,
lie married a i
vtith a wart  on her  i
in xt  d iy   the   |
: b  und :■   ■." ■ '
aft. r :. I     f atij am   in  in. gaol
con Itomi   • •  live n ith his be-
lovcd son-in-law.— Ex.
Unties of ScizurQ and Sale.
Notice i* hereby giveo thai under an.
by virti irtain wai
tfoi in I the 8upren
liritiab Columbia in aaveral octioni
wherein E. •-. Binman, C. 0. Cleveland and ii. F Cleveland :ai • • ii
IniH.'iit as nn l ... I h" :i ue ■•
Burns aud Company, ].;■ •.....
Vancouver Engineering Works, I Iroitc I
Noriheiu Machinery Company, Albioi
Iron Works Company, Limited, are n
apectlvely itaintifTi and tho Canadian
Timber and Saw Mills, Limited, are
defendant! and to me directed attains!
the goods ai»: chattels of the said Canadian l. Saw Mills, Limited, I
have seised aud taken in execution tb.
following described goods and chattels,
namely:
IN ENGINE BOOM.
4 nood horses,1 tube expander,
I ;   ireneina brasses.
1
■■.::.- valve,
mpph'es,
■t'a circular ra\
V
One   le\ ir
collar,
i)  ■• c   ■ "
the  Tclsnhaao.    A |
6ces Bawblades|   It  pays lo .,.
)ength\ t lp can often ba saved. Qfflcoa
nt Ferguson: Cuinmin's' Kloro ; Trout
Lake, J'. ; Ofiice ; a,ltio at BeitOU, Coiu-
aplix and Arrowhead.
• nd   ran lv i,     ..s shaft
'■■ irs an I pni i h
m   i i
•r.   11"
t
'.ay,
Hi
riii*   .ii- ia adj
,;. of I iccatnber,
eader proceed in;
GE
Denul
r.:i)t o>\ lug I    ntei
"KEVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT LIST.
j . Take Notice that I Bhall huld a Court
j oi Fti i   Vppeal,  iimlsr ih« Ah-
I, (or ihe Reveistoke
. lent District,  ou   Monday  the
• eighth day of November, 1904,
the  hour of eleven   o'clock  in  the
,   oou, at the court bouse, Reveistoke,
at  Keveletoke,   this 1st dav of
iber, IU H,
illAS. M. FIELD,
i        of the Court ol Revision
..   . tppeal, Rovelstoke Aissss*
i > iu District of West Kootenay.
"Ui
Q
LAR      DIRECTORY
I'UBCAK    LODOB    U.   l»ii-Oi^_-
A. F, & A. M. ^_ll Oi
Crd    Till i ..:.     .
Visitors Welcome
33 wrei
1 nair calipei
1 bos nuts  I •'■ i.
1 quantity gti el i ind j in
1 steel lever. 1 .
1 piece rubber hose      tea 1 fork,
I quantity lire brick, 1 ate]
1 pillar bloc k,
1 steck
I quantity gi  i   i
i     .   .
io For,
-nl '..■■
FIRST-CLASS BAR,
X. NC.1  ROOMS.
iiJaiiiitat&Mtai.PFiij
Abralianison   Bros., Proprietors
ICViil'VTIItyil   NKW   AN1J    KtltST-tlliASd   IN   ALL   J'.'.ni'i:
ie
Fire  Proof Sa
The lianso It stookea wltti Hie fl'.att Wlai-i. ail CJijr«ri a   tttS aiirs-t.
Trout Lake, B- O
The CENTRAL HOTEL Reveistoke
Is UatUr Hi* mine Mu> agrmtut.
*kim-.*n .ae>*w_-.*_>_a-r*ss
'
i
2 iron
l piece 3 '
Fob   Bai b:    Lots   35    and   o(J
olejk 47, Ti   . Ap] Iy to
Mn\.i. II. ('    •• 05 University
St. Seattle. Waah.
TUOUT   LAKE   LODGE   I.O.O.F.
NO. -II
^»r>>..*_.   - lte«ular meetings held In
V ?V >v2o*F Od.lfi-ll'irt-'a   Hull   ever.,
V-vJk'   *•-'   3x\"        '       '.iv nlKhl ul   8
H«' ■*K-.^F+3 o'clock.   Vlaltlns   .r .'.h-
^rwS^J^ em cordially ».:,■  ...
Kratt Mummery, R.O.
J. Scli'nllt.Hce,
NOTICE.
I hereby give notice that at the
inc. line of the  Board of License
Commis i nei I orth
License district, to be h Id al th<
{fining Itecorder's (>::. I ["rout
Lake on  Dew ml 104,1
shall apply for permi %   i-
fer my license foi the Con nerciaj
Hotel, Poplar,  to I lharles Hanson.
Dated Novemb. r 18th, L9Q4
W. I
N0TIC1    1" CO-OWN1
To 7. Gordi .       ". erg ami!   I . < ■
lajrg or to any person or pen
whom they   may bsve i . isferred
lla ir Interests,
Take Notice,  I  the urd. r  irned n
- iter »ith you in the Little R. I e.-t nn.'
Little Robert No. 2 mineral       as situ
ated at the extreme head of ll e north
fork . I Lardeau creek in the i      I ! .
mining division of West  Koottuaydii
nil! <nj province ol Britlah Columbia
have  done  the  required   vrmk  on  the
sbove-menti. ned mineral claii .a f..r the
>»ar lliOli in order to hold tl       ne u i-
ib-r section 24 of the mtneial i  i nnd i'
wi.hin BOdnys of thi^ uo'i""      u lad or'
refuse  to contribute your   ] irtioo
auch expenditure for work do  i, togei
er with the cost of thiaa
your interest in the sail inn, -id cla
will become   the   property • • |
scribed under section   4 oft     Ml
Act Amendment Act >.l   i^ •    Dated a
Trout Late this 7th dav ol i      1« r, Vi4.
J. C. KIKKi'ATi      K.
'le 7't'l owner.
IN MACHIN1
ii hog knit
1 gasoline .
i .
1 ran
1 maudrol, 1
tings.
1 quantltv ! .'ii ni \*
1 quni   ii
1 •.■     .    .    .
I pullev t .       ine,
1 blacksmith's I
2 boxes electric;
i i isntitj eott   i wa
?. bus* !ni.
1 quantity chalk, l brush, 1 bar!; eaw,
1 quantity eai.dle iv'tck.
4 latliechuck, l quantity wo.i bush-
log, 1 enery none,
1 keg nail', l quantity fittl
1 blacks;:.itb's vice,
1 qnaiit.tv iron tixi.ii — , ■'! hamn
1 jack k rew, 1 ;>  - •  nge
1 roller le  r. 1 grinds
, er,
.
s, 1 pipe ••   -.
■
4 emei t si :     . Lr.icci
L.i .,i.v:.t i l..
! qnantitv cs'i'.   ■
kegs nails, ,
:: r" v e .1 ist  ih rks and re
j .
!
■
!
:   te|
1 Qiiauliiv
>ya!   Hotel
y Bar,
Musical Entertainment
iiii'.-'-ia   Board, World's
ins; News.
i AW
! Dei
a
cp
lhi (Jnioix (gsgar   "     ory]
Manufactnros only Union .
thev  are  the  heal i
made of the  bea    lla   i
excellence  ia  uiitliapul I
"OUR SPECIAL" and   " fll
H, A. Brown, i     tor.l
Union c'luar Kactory,
.... —
>
'   - $ 9
1 »-,  c..,
'  •    ' "'
%/ *•  V    Ul &
o - , .
. )RAND, -   PROP.
TROUT LAKE
f
&u i
MM, ,_,ij,.^..fc^.,_,._    ii..
U 1
there <   ra
...
Thfl RflYU  r
1UV ltv'li.JliJ tJiiU-U
linion Hotel
rat-Class In every reaped,
'.celling public caroiully
are of.
7 & Nelson • Props.
J!
j First-C!ass Accom.nocsatic
j Bast Finest Liquors
And Very Finest Ci
John Simpson,      Propneior.
i ■ -> - i
-
Nelson, I	
R     ANDRE    .'     i   CO.
NOTICE.
TlP-TEl   TAiLr i and Handy No. 2 mineral
~" "" -        itein the fruit Lake Min
S.S. ARCHER nr SS. LARDEAU.   | ! w''"1 Kootenay district
; t              ated:—Near the nmutli «f
Runs Lynch creek ou the K.& A. Ry-
•   ix, csorarooBcinirOeto-l Take notice that L.Alfred  I. Curie,
tier 14th,  1003,   win  sail  as foil
FBums&CoTSeNeisoE
Brewing Co,
WHOLE8ALE   AND   RETAIL!
rmiailng
Lo li b .;  Arrow!
' '..n..'.n;  ...   *
I acting a- aitsnt for W. N. Bi ay torn 're
.iric.iteNo.  I! 77,346, intend
.  sty . . a after date hereof, to apply to
rh-r  I'.r Orl.ti, u'.rt of
■• for the purpose of obtain-
sj   f' he above claims.
t ike notice that action
:. ')7 must  I." commenced
nance ..." sue h certificate '.I
18      I»ated  this 38th dav of
'.    !»., V.lO\
ALFRED J. CURI.E.
Merchants   Fine  l
Deulors in all kinka of Fresh Meal
TROUT LAKE BO. **'
UVni
-
Tho II C. ASSAY and CH  fllCAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
v_hcoov..,b.c       5tat1»ev
ili-.vli|iiariera f..r .\-sayers, Mu.ini; and
Mill Mippl.ee.     S.le aqan's in B. C. for
M'.r.-ii'i  ('••        •   '   ■.   Unite"--, t. Bng-       WHO   I
land; K. VV. Bran n A Co.'a Patent Cary   -
run.:,.-.  Burners, etc,  :   VVm. Ains-     Vi"''
worth A Co.'a Kine Halaucea, etc., etc.      Houston Ilk., J.
•r-;
'      '•:
S A/' #& ''fev  W-iJ_
  :mi
•   ^
.    Sown I
m
in
Buy Lots i
Kootenay.
< ■
<
i
■;
I piece ii
8 ;*iec.
■
%v;>  >'   V v3.
NELSON    DIRE      )RY.
WATCHES.
\Yo lire watch people fiifit of all
\Xk milk" watel      • ur g.tfjtl
nlly.     We I"-  u.   f       mivi    i
'.' -
Iquai
1    ii inlii .•
-   ■
••-if.
I service, Banking Facilities, Head of F?
' lotels and stores, Express and Money Order
.:. .merit offices, Fine schools airi ll
■ .;iis system now Being Installed.
PS RESOURCES.
li  5
I _'.
■ . - .
W
i     il:'
ink   am
I.) u r pat l
t
watch providers
hio.-t   c iiiiji. i. i,:-ive
protu| .e-i  i ■ •.
iigo  proves our  jue-
llie  retail  watch   ir^
natron, always ti pali
. Buying watches iu
tbut «■<■ do, We are  pi
cure diicounta imp      'nie  t" i u
Kin illc/ dciil?r, nii'i   v« i   luni i''.i
overt-   you   .it  a < intsfioacjing
re.i.n-e,[, in j,ric-<.     '>Vrito  Us for
prhtr>s
'i''•'  '
led lo rn-
Ewer- i-.cs.
-... • .
Nelson, Rossland, i
Jev. <
i ,il,
0 p|.  ,
•
ii
ii...- iron  ]
lu.l-el
i
i
nagnif '   t limber, many Valuable R.Gnchec, lEe.Rich-
4ind Silver Zom in IS© irrovince.
ITS INDUS"
5aw*mill, capacity, 60,000 feet per day,   shingle and Lath mi       Al!
1ft Mines pay us Tribute.
»• -       - -»     ... a      *«
-—».--.-«
B. Wells,
*>rrr,.1^- ?v
H, McPhersoi
Agt.., lrjm

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