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TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C., JUNtf 30, 1905.
NO. 84,
be Outlook forj Football Match.
Poplar Camp
Is Good.
ere
Tr
Or
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be.
IDUBLES   OT"   TDK   GREAT
JOUTHERN    MINE8,   LTD.,
|\ I ill THE FAMOUS LUCKY
ACK ARE ENDED
v.. v hi- ago Trout Lake and
surrounding country wns eleo-
. .I by the report* ■ [ fabulously
gold   discovi rift _at   l'oplnr
k,  12 miles fri'tii the foot ..f
it    Lake,      Phil.   O'Connor,
n ;e !lninilt"ii und Monte Mor*
were   the   lucky discoverers,
the samples brought to town
; • boys pul   b jjjbi .1 peradven*
tliitt t;    1       ■.'[.nit- bad not
. in the :ea,-t 1 xaggerated
•a . ol  _■• richest thing ever
overed   in   liiitish   Columbia
1. legraphpd nil over tl   1 on
nt,  mul   like  magic  a town
ng  up  uf  a   r_UBhroom   in a
>   at   the   confluence   of   the
do river and IV) lar    Excur-
.- were run, ami '»fore it eould
tlized  almost    hundreds oi
I miners,    n
> 1    the
, ,!lll  till   li- \' |_
I :      '       ■
1       however,  f>>r  the camp Ihi
• ion  proved  ti->  strong  for
•   with oovi U»ua in itini to, and
lack
by 1 i I
.   mnd.
i-  ihi.   time  V.'.   B.  P
n the
Mini -.  Ltd., .ami
fighter   from   ths   I
Bitter creek he n I •
what   I
' jump rs," and the fighl 1
I to was taken to ti,,-
fi.. ■ 1 oar*
.
.sting thou ands • 1 .1
fit'n the r.- tilt ol th
.1. vi lopmi i.- of t
The • t the Lucl     '
iy a, i-la cation ah
, ■    •       >ver   up their
ftp': 1 • v.: ti _r- for fear they would be
Bump<*d in a like manner. While
■<>r thi ••• r. :i <>ii: tl..' camp received
In ■ • baek aa far
I .'I ital In to .M>rk t:
I 1 pul in stamp mills, man)
■ftaviil with the propoeition and
Bi. v.- worked away In the face ol
Biiinl.Hl.ns i;.'-i;''i,. hr.i- ilttiT-
l> of the
B   intry from b ■ lar prai
Be 11,,
Bi galena
W
■the  ii
I "■■■■ h tuate
I      l.'i| i.i creek n -li ■  '. rj
I i--t  equals  in   ticli
I " '. .1 strike of tl
I Jack.
1 lie   pros|    •        work   "ii the
' w< I. gr mp,  Marquis and Gilbert
I    oup Mothi r Lode, Calumei ami
Morning   and   Evening,
• mpti ii. and a score of
I has demonttrated thai a Hold tot
I ' i" n  thai i*- ran ly
All ..( thi   litigation on
I the  I.inky .lark has been settled
Internal  troubles of the
'   '    • rthorn Mil es, Ltd. caused
[ hy 1 '• ,i- now been arranged, and
j we 1 ..'i  look f.,i an early reiutnp
I Hon nl work on pro*
j i"nil i, ii,.. dovelopn 1 nl ol which
H 'I'  !"•   1   '      . otor in lhe pros*
] ol the whole d
Martin O'Brien, ol  tlevi
;.'   Landing  on
11.1  ii
the mysteries nl 7 Up.
TROUT LAKE 1, FERGUSON 0.
SPLENDID GAME IX THE
PAY-ROLL CENTRE LAST
SATURDAY EVENINfi.
NEW PROPERTIES OPENING
UP IN THE LARDEAU.
Rich Strikes Made the Past Few Days on the Hills
Which will be Big Factors in the Future Development of the Country.
A fnst ind exciting match was I
played at Ferguson last Saturday:
night before a large crowd of ipeo-
tators, Neither eidr-s were hilly
represented, but the game was full
of surprises and as in usual when
tin - old antagonists meet, everybody lnnk the keenest interest in
the game. The play throughout
was gentlemsnly, and no semblance
nf rough work wns ever noticed.
Unth team- played strict  ball, nnd
   Sllnger'a duties were light
and withal a pleasure.
Hargrcaves kicked off for Per-
guson, who defended the Nettie L.
end, 'unl tbe play for a few min*
utes was confined to tbe visitors
35, but Higginaon nnd Bnell at
Lack broke ii]< the combination "f
tin' Fexguson forwards whenerer
thev became realty dangerous.
Thc Lake forwards brokeawayand
the home goal was in jeopardy fur
a few minuted. Hell punted put a
beauty from tin- toe of Won.'-, and
saved brilliantly a drive at close
quarters by Thomas. Keeping up
the pressure it looked dollars to
chickweed <.n the Lake scoring, but
Basket, and Barber* at buck did
-nine great work for the homes! rs
A t'1 ndidcleai byHadowenabled
the Ferguson forwards to secure.
and the defense of the visitors was
pierced. Rube Shannon sent a
h'.t one to Atherton. who managed
to clear. Ferguson continued to
ml mi the aggressive, but tin* final
touches lacked |Kiwiler, and good
work   mid-field   was   thereby   dis
ted.   A corner against Trout
was well placid by liar
greaves, and in the resulting scrum
the ball went over tbe bar. From
the free kick the Lake forwards got
way, nnd Woods, Edwards and
•-oliul/.e w.re responsible for some
_kh1 combined work for thevisi*
tors. Hell, the Ferguson custodian-.
was tried with a long shot by A.
Peel which was punted away, and
the next minute Woods sent in a
daisy-cutter which did the trick.
Half time was called in a minute
with Trout I ak>' leading, 1—0.
At the resumption Ferguson at
once assumed the offensive, Hadow
tried an individual run which came
to nothing but was worthy of better
lack. Shannon and Kirkpatrlek
beat lhe Lake division, but they
mulled when a fine opening occurred The ball hovered dangerously
near the   lake  goal for some time
but by dint ol good defense work
their goal remained intact Alec
Cummins did yeoman iervi.ee for
the home team ns centre hall back
The   bill was  gradually worked
inwards the Ferguson end, hut no
further scored oould be mad". The
Lake team had the best of the exchanges from now on, and they
in, 1.ut winner? by tin scon' above
The return match will be played
at Tronl Lake Saturday afternoon
next.
TRIUNE,  BEATRICE,   EVA,  AND MAMMOTH
ARE SHIPPING ORE.
ltillv Hoyd Is hating the exterior
of tin' Hotel Beaton artistically
touched up,
Tom Downs   inspector of roads
and trails wu*  in the district this
week siilng Up thi had Mate of ll
mads
Camborne people are having bus
..f fun to-morrow (Saturday).   A
rock drilling content  is the chief
feature.
The Victoria Times ban celebrated it- 21sl anniversary by is*
nuing .,,, "Of \ge"edition. It is
splendidly (.ol up nnd mosl ol the
pages are d< voted to advertising
Hie resources ' I''*-"' The Rovlow
extends greetings lo tho Times,
Tho Copper Chief will be-a big
mine. Malcolm Mathieson cairn-
down on Tuesday highly elatid
over lhe way in which the property
is opening up A*'strike made during the previous week sets at rest
any doubj of the richness; nl the
property. The strike consists of
the "iniing of a well-defined ledge
of quart/, with a paystreak of six
inches. The ore. samples ofwhich
were brought to the Review office,
carries grey copper in large quantities. The work of packing on
is proceeding merrily, and Malcolm
says he will ship n carload at an
early date.
Not since the big strike of free
gold on the Lucky Jack at Poplar
has there been such excitement as
witti caused the latter end of last
week by the uncovering on the
Smith and Rogers property a showing that as far as richness is concerned equals anything ever found
in the country. Samples brought
to town, some of which weighed
40 ibs., were practically solid ar-
lenfcal Iron, which when roasted
were fairly blistered with gold
About 200 lbs. were brought down.
which when spread out to the view
of the onlookers fnirly glistened
with the precious metal. This is
an entirely new strike, nnd taken
in conjunct?! 11 with the showings
in the Finis already developed
makes the property a bonanza.
The American Eagle Mining C
of Minneapolis have a bond on the
property, and under the direction
of Mr. P. J. Kith*, of Seattle, a good
force of men will be put on to
thoroughly exploit the claims.
Messrs: Porter and Glen oi
Spokane have taken a bond on the
Morning. Homestake and Pauline
claims i.n Rapid creek, Tbe property is owned by J. Simpson and
has had considerable work done on
it.   The price is $10,000.
Marquis and Gilbert have an
offer of $10,000 cash for their property at l'oplar.
Nate Lay and J. 0. Piper Went
up to the Arinlu on Monday taking with them a large quantity of
supplies.
The Beatrice is making a shipment of 40 tons of high grade goods
this week.
The Triune shipped 30 tons 01
it- Usual higb-grads or*- the end ol
last week.
Packer Vipond is taking a string
of pack horses over lo the M	
moth this week  to  get down a ciir
nf ore for shipment.
The Willow Grousemadeite first
shipment to the smelter last week.
Tony Lindgren took up 11 consignment of ore sacks 10 the Lin*
mui on Monday.
Squire Mobbs is getting some
nice ore in the drift on his Canyon
creek property.
W. Bitty hits gone up to the O.K.
in do some development work on
the property. Some excellent simples were taken on this property
last fall. I
Colonel Braytrm Is expected in
next week to open up the I.X.L
group lately purchased irom Dr.
Millov by Minnesota men.
Barney   Crilloy returned  fron
tho south last Monday,    Mr. Crillv
has covered  a   lot of ground
leovin '     H       ys money
I is-plentiful and people are willing
to invest once they are assured of
a square deal. The great need of
tbrCO«ntry   is good legitimate ad-
Local News.
Dud Langstaff leaves nexl We I*
for Enderby.
ii igh McPberson returned from
u : Wi Inesday,
Ri v. II. A. Solly  ua ■ nt Beaton
and Camo »rn s/ei k.
Don't lot rt lo-mor*
I row night.    Dance afterwards.
Football !   Dominion   Day   il
ji in., Ferguson vs. Trout Lake.
Wet. stormy weather has  pre*
1  1. the district tbe past week
Fred   C.    Elliott   has   been   a
Revelstoke for a week attending
court.
George Eel 1 is making an addition to hi.- residence on the Beaton
wagon road.
A meeting of the Trades'Com-
ii iltce  bas  b en  called  for   next
Mon,!-.-  •
Sam Lo
ignt.
.'ett. all
old-timer in the
vertising. He gives the Review
credit for doing its best, but thinks
some method could be adopted
which would largely augment it.-
efforts in that line.
Advices from Spokane, the !••■ d-
i-uarters of the company operating
the placer lease on Lardeau crei k
state that a large crew "' men will
be put to work as soon as t; e wati r
goes down.
Work ii* bci; I vigorously •     	
on the Sunshine tunnel of the Sil ! Lardeau, returned on   Monday to
ver Cup.    A large quantity ol air- re tew old acquaintances
piping was hauled  up by freighter]     u   (;ul,u.nu;in. ,;ili f.iniih-, ffho
Daney during the w,,-k.   Ii  is re- have been wintering in California,
ported that a ..ic body of ore has ^roed to Beaton this week.
been   struck.     Some cress-cut: n
will he dune and a raise made to*1    Krwl  Mummery has completely!
connect with the winsc sunk from recovered from his recenl accident.!
the ur;,r workings, which is down.11'' ,!;,s ioined tlu' Triu,ie {orces-
150 feet.    The vertical di ptli from      Mrs. J. J.  Langstaff nnd family
tho bottom of the winze to the pre* ;, ft Thur8day  morning for Van-
Bent workings is oyer 2150 feet, thus couver, where  they will join Mr.
giving   ovei   4X0    leet   ol   virgin   j
ground to work on, Ihi .    ,,.   ,..   . , , _   ... ,„
,      , , ,   , t     A.   \\.  Sinilii  and K. \\. >aun-
ore has been demonstrated. ' .      . ,  ,
iK-rs have returne I  from don
D. Johns, who had chargi oi th     ,..:!  ,   ,     ,,     ,
■ tion  and  rubsequent   op- con2reS8
cration silver Cup li'
onstitution and
,i,"">» on Cup mountain.
Harry  fi ing Vai,-
■
1 the End rby 1 lour Mills.
_. t-  Fraser hat  always a nice
if fruit.   '!■■ has also re-
vivi rnment of fine choc-
Works ut 5-Mile left  th:-
Lir a trip to Sudbury, Out;   I'D
conversatii n with the  Review, Mr.
'      ':.
• I t  ■  . I   I.   ;i   highl;
ceesful.    It has b» n demonstrated
to a c-.rt diity.  Le  s.a.i,  that the
plant could treat 11  oz.  Bilver ore .dates.   The   Review has sampled
ai a profit I not an- -cnj ■ they're o.k
ticipated
dow ll.'
.1        . ded
:    Subs •      Review    By
.. "i you ore hi Iping us I        I
out a (taper to the world  which is
■ d from in every mining journal on the continent
The election
[.take.th- place of  Mr. li. McPher-
' boh, wh       I ni:  , i ..'':. e has   s*
The   Review   1    Is $2 a  y_*r    .  . •     he,d .,,.,h,.    ,,,
if we thought it was worth ten wo McPh , eligibl.   for re-clec-
Bhould ask it,   The Review doesn't  j^ .,
scab; worth two—price two, that
all there i.- to it.
The Reward 1 . ushing thu
long tunnel.   It is now in 120 feet.
Chas. Short and   .1 . ':   •
arc ii- veloping with vi rj* gral
results   (h.ir   p n  Rapid
Creek.
MINING   RECORDS.
The following are the n coi
tcred at the Governmi nt offli  - f ir
tho j ast week :
Location.
June
Richard
19.   Thistl
Robi rts,
'1 be concert  to be given in the
i I O.O.F. H.tll to-morrow night promises tii be the event of the •
The artistes who will contribute
1 to Mie eveninsr's entertainment ore
.:: I illows   Mi sd mn s l.liiott. Wilkie,  Hooker and  Murray,   Misses
T! omna,  Vallentinc nnd Vipond.
Mr J. .\ and   Miss Lotus Griffith,
Bnpid 'il  Messrs. G. W. Carothers aud
J. J. Alb. rton
ItA! si
.tune
Hy. Mn
_ if citizens visi
K. M. Mi rgau to J. tl, h d the Metho list pa        .< on tho
Dimmick, all in Dimmick Fra .      evening of thc 2"tl     ' and
22    A. McDonald to A. G. John s were indulged in and
in Mother Lode ?>'o. 2. refreshment!       r    Borvcd.     The
new pastor was welcomed to his
11 iw :'. Id of labor, il- expresstd
binis :i as delight id with tiie surroundings, and trusted his stay
with tic people ol Troul Lake
would be ph as int.
l!c\   Mi   Si "tt   lias .1 j rojeel .>n
hand 10 raise sufficient  money to
I start a public library.    His pan is
'along tho co-opi rative line.    To
start   the  business  he wants '..',">
I people to put  up 11,00 each and
A8SES8ifK.VT8.
June 17.    Gold  Bug.
uuson.
21.   Cedar Hill.    D. Mclnnes.
'22.    Minerva,  Broken Hill, Sel-
mii. M. Nelson.
23,   Golden Shield. F. Marcus.
21    t 'rown   King, ((olden W< st.
Gold H ill. F. Carlson.
21.   Bridgeport, 8. Cavanaugh,
2-1.    Manilla, P, A. Lindgren.
Esther, C. D. Stanwood.
24,
28.
No   2
patrick
rbeit, Little Robert|mako nri,lj(,atjoll for ^00ldschoo
and   Isabella, .1. (.  Kirk* , '     .
I In.use as a library
Ferguson Briefs.
Mi>y Short was down to the Lake
yesterday.
Andv   Daney   has   now a smart
iggy,
The   1 le Hon   of   school tru-i. e
place to-day.
Jack Marat lefl for b trip south
yesterday morning.
Steve Sliuger  paid a busim
triji to the Lake on Wi dne day.
A. .1. (ionloii and Hob Lurns are
up ou (iold Gulch doing assessment.
Andy Rankine and Guy Hamil-
werc visitors to our sister town yesterday.
Jack McKinnon, the Ferguson
merchant prince, was a Lake  visitor on Thursday.
Joe Morette is in from Sandon to
do the assessments on several of
his fine 1 i lims.
Ed. Vi rid Charlie Halsey
are taking a  lease on a property
owned  by Dave  Morgan on (.lold
Culch.
M. Kinnon & Sutherland havi
i me a record business this spring
supplying the want; of the pros*
l" otora.
Charlie Abraham's brother arrived on a visit from the cent belt
this week. Charlie has now recovered from hi? recent itlni ttt
Dad   Black, of the Hotel  Fer-
;.. i- taking u well-earned rest,
and is now basking in the sunshine
ind smiles of Mac. .•' t'Hot Springs.
IMurn  match at  the  Laki I
morrow   afternoon   at   4   o'clock.
uson   vs.   i t        Lake.    A (I  1
■ lotball mi   ill   '..n't forget .'
concert and dai
A I'. titioo 1 circulated
and signed by every  adult in the
district  prayii .  thai  Mrs. (i. B.
Batho be appointed  p
for tbe town of Ferguson.
We are phased to announce that
: nd  Mrs.   Allan   Chisholm's
ittle daugbti r, who has been seri-
nuely ill for sometime, is  now   on
the read to complete recovery.
Tin Bummer vacation has begun
and the school childn n are taking
their holidays. Miss Henderson,
the schoolmistress, has gone to
join her parent- at Grand Forks.
Mrs. KJVkpatrick'a nepben fr.
the bonnie bonnie banks of Novia
Scotia is payings visit Ed. Ward
is showing him the liger. He wa-
surprised to be able to partake of
dried N.8. codfish in the mowolad
mountains of U.V.
A steel that has been hung by
the Eagle hall will be rung at 2
p.m. and '■> p.m. on Sundays. Kev.
.1 W. Boot! will conduct a
Patriotic S.iviie in the hall next
Sunday at 3 p.m. Special music
will be rendered by the Ferguson
Choral   Society,   and   the building
will be suitably decorated for the
occasion.
Dave Morgan and Bid Basket)
have gone up thc North Fork to do
assessment on the Bob. This property was formerly known as the
Jenny Lind. and was originally
staked by the veteran Bob Mc( ord.
It is conceded by experts who have
visited the property to ho/e the
richest surface showings ol any
property in B.C.
Mr. Robt.  G.  Sargreavea «
united  In   marriage  on Monday
morning last to MIsb ft. G. Mackenzie,       The   Wedding   ceremony
Red and Bluo, :
'
He litis offered        ,     _________________________________________
took place at tin •■"- idi nee oi  Dr
think thc plan a good ono; and we! W' k N'' .^"'1,;'' ,K'   l!"v' "' W
feci satisfied that in 2 »l,n**i <\mo .   ' "tl officiating.     After the cele-
^2^.    Coi
IS, San
11  am  I
 a si■ .-. i; _______________________________________
happy couple left for
■ ■        Mexico ftOooinruinit'd   by (he i
II wl    ;   .en tl
.' II %*m) m i —
.
THE LASJDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
ll Printed nt Trout l.iik.i'lly, nnn .'ubllalii-d
at .cniuvin and I'nml l.uKe every Krlday.
To • K litur ii.ii'" not tin Id  blnim-lf reapon
ii.. e.r ri' opinions uf correspondents ei
uri'iseit In lit .'".iimiii.
All lr.c-u.ln will be churned at   the ratu of 15
.•'ni- |...i .ii..', ilrsl IiimmIiihi, and in cent* pe.
Hue eucli nulMi'.ueiil Insertion.
Tex _s for I'rutir-i.'iit and otl.f-r a1vert)*ln_
•Till ha made km.wu on applli-iilliin at oUiif
8 J'vi'iniiuii t_.Utla year. Iu advance.
MURRAY i_ ATHERTON Publisher*
NEW YORK LIKE A8SURANCE CKKHFICATEOI IMPR0VSMBNT8
COMPANY.
Fob Imvestuxnt and Photsotion
TII08. TAYLOR, Agent.
Revelstoks    and    Trout Lakj
L
ion Brewing Co.
LIMITED
DOMINION   DAY.
To-morrow (July 1st) we celebrate the 38th Anniversary of the
Confederation of the Provinces
From the union of the provinces
whose western boundaries did nol
exti nd further than Luke Superior
has grown a nation bounded only
by the two great oceans, and oem*
Baled together by ribbons of steel,
i i the vast stretch of country wesi,
of Ontario nothing was known
Ono portion of this at that time
unknown country to-day lias wheat
fields tnat cmi provide bread for
the Empire. In the interior ot
British Columbia there have been
.opened up for lhe markets of the
world timber resources which are
not equalled on the continent. In
precious metals it is fast taking a
place among the great mineral*
producing states to the south. Cool
fields have been opened up which
in size and quality are conceded by
all to surpass anything ever discovered. Jn Britain's diadem the
brightest circlet of gems is Canada.
the center stone of which is British
Columbia.
ROSSLAND
B. C.
NOTICE.
L.L., lihn-jiiy, Doubtful. C P. OH. and
X.Y.Z., mineral claim, eitnite in tlie
Trout  Lake Mining Division ol Welt
Kootenay district,
V* her** located :—Near Trout  Creek
about J1, miles from Trnut Lake,
Take Hotlcs that 1, 0. B. N. Wilkie.
noting an agent fo* Jus. J. McGlone.free
miner's certificate No. 1183128, intend,
.sixty dayi Irom tho date hereof
toapply to the Mining Recorder lor »
CeiliJQcate of Improvements, lor the
purpose of obtaining % Crown Grant ol
ilie above claim.
Ami further uko notice that action,
under section 37, must bo commenced
before the iss'iance of such Certificate
of Improvement*..
Dated tliii SOth dav ol Mart i.a.d.
1905. O. B. N. WILKIE.
KEPT AT  ALL HOTELS.
CERTIF1C VTE OI' IMPROVEMENTS
Fori  Baijc:—Lotc   M    and   81
.dock 47,  rroul  Lake.     Apply to
Mrs. J. 11. German, 605 I Diversity
It. Seattle. Wash.
NOTlUl''.
" Rurr.hler " :-.:. eral claim, lilmtr In
thu  lrout   I.ukc   Mining  Ditiiion  of
Wti\ Kootenay itistriet.
Ulere located: On bead of Lake
Oreek.
       Take notice thnt  I, H. McPheraon,
acting as agent for J. A. M. Aikini, free
a_ i _       «_-**._*■•». >-« _-_   miner's certificate No. B3S890, intend,
\AJ       Ki if *   p'**1? ,iava from  ",e  «■•*••  hereof,  to
•     St % •     i_* fl-r ^_I fl-*   apply to  the Mining Recorder  for a
  'Certificate of   Improvement!,  for  tbe
i purpose ol obtaining s Crown Grant ol
the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the lisnanee ofsucb Sertifieate
of Improvements,
Dated this 22nd day of May.A.D. 1805
26-6-05 H. McPHERfcON.
Painter
Decorator
fROLT   LA KG
B. 0.
KNOCK NOT.
Don'l knock, lest ye he knocked '
An instance came to light recently
wherein a knocker pot his just desserts. A. had for a long lime been
knocking for private reasons a certain property owned by !>., but behold the time arrived when he had
a property of his own on which Ik
had a Bale. The purchaser knowing 15. intimately wrote askinc
him what kind of a man A. was.
\W are not g.riiij,' lo publish whal
the answer was, but A i- .-till looking for a purchaser. The moral is
obvious.
G. M. YUJLL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.    All worl.
Guaranteed.
Hitflmlkt. Tul Late, U
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review.
»t
••••••
••••••
Sr.-iukers' supplies in
S?2S&, variety.
NOTHING  WRONG.
What  is the matter with Koot*
emiy'.'     Kootenay   is   all  righl
'J'bi- is suggested  by D. B. Bogle,
intelligent review of the subject in
the   Wiiinijieg   Free   Press.     il' I
knows  something  of  the  district
and he is not in the  least discouraged   because  things  have   been
■jn . t for th" last three years.     H.
regards thi- rtl the natural reaction
after seven years of feverish  ac
tivity.   lie is only surprisi 1 lhal
io much permanent work has been
done in t. n years    This it the tun
inslgh'   of an  observer who 1 ink-
below the BUtfaoe      There may b
few people in  the .Slocan and thi
Lardeau, but  if the people have
g.ine   away,   the   mineral  is .-till
there.    Counter attractions have
always been the nan- of breaking
ii]i Western communities, but they
come back to anything thai i- per
man. nt.     '1 hen there \\, re prat Ileal difficulties to !»• ovi rcome, and
problems I ■ b. solved.   They are
all on   the nay t.. a M'ttiem. ni
i heap treatment of low-grade cop
per or. >. i.i.lindane. .,f fuel,  r- I
ery of Ion values and by-product
utl Isation ■ f tine-blende   all rbi w
iraoo mplisbi d,   In lhe i
ural   order  of  thing-. at tbe fa its
become known  to the outside investor, capital trill again How into
the country for steady mining, nol
for wild-catting.   The second it ■:
in the evolution of a mining o nutty iias been reached, and w.
of those who are convinced thai
" the tide hat lurm d." and from
now on mining conditions throughout  the  Koolen iy   will   impn ■.
and   loeal  smelters will   he   ko| '
h ,- v.   Every im xperiem ed sthii t ■
starts hli Aral long distanoc race..
il |l \m re a si.tint :  si
the firsl lap hi   is winded ; hi Im-
!•- stely un i
g':- bin         . . Ind             f hi
■
whicl    K and il
jusl   fti ttinj,   iti   -ei ond    -
Velnon Tribune,
COMFORT AND  WEAR
DEPEND ON FIT.
AICEY that pearly fits a lock wont quite coen ft.
A shoe that nearly, but not quite, fits a foot wont
give complete comfort, r.or full vftzr,
A loose shoe chafes — a tig-lit .hoc plncJiCs.
An ill-fitting shoe brca hn v.-bcre it wrrokles and wean
out where rt stretches.
Comfort, and ccoriorny, therefore demand shoes that fit
"h«st right."
And fit depends uoo:i the shape cf the lasts, as well as on
large variety ci sires, ba!f sizes, and widths.
There are f 4 up-to-date ii.apcs oi Slater Shoes.
In each shap,: there arc II haif sizes and 6 widths.
This means 921 chances of fitting your feet perfectly.
No other Canadian rhoe is mace in such large variety of
shapes, sizes and widths.
No other Shoes, of any k:::d, arc carried, by the
Retailer, in ruch full assortment of shapes, sizes, and
widths, as "The Slate Shoe."
Bcc_u_ " Thc Slater Slice " is sold to only one
R:taL!er in each town, who must contract to carry a
full representation, fe order to secure the Agency.
When you buy "The Slater Shoe" you get more
t'ian sure-valoc every time tip to the Makers' price
stamped on «.-ch p„;.-.
Yoj abo get S_4 chances of perfect fil against 200
chances of ihcos uncle in the _s_aj Incited scale of
shapes, sizes a-id widths.
This is only one of a docefl reason, why three times
as many pairs uf Slater Slices are sold, as of any other
£igie make ia Camda, at$4.00or $5.00.
Lock for the slate-
^.1 fr.-.rna   trade
mark, and the
Makers' price
stamped on the
I'nlng.
M*
-.^.fe
General
Merchants,
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Dentistry.
DK. VIII HY lanowlo-
c»t- 1 Id N»1«o:i u mc-
r. . -. r Ul Dr. hi.   '.'..''. n.1
Em Abcrdcea Work
i iie.iU from th-   Lai*
d*B'i in»> rely i.n f.r.t-
rl*«« treMmrn'.
A. MDloy
• • • •
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• • • •
• • • •
• • • •
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;«*'!
Ih the tinio fir you to
tn Buy Lots. Never were
the i'mnpects nf .Y.gaeoa
■" bricht.
The Town of FBBQ08OH
will he on« nf tlm (treatwit
Or** Prodnoing Cam|>i* in thr
World. The high di'Kree of
success arhie»ed by tin
nunieroim WEALTHY and
I'KACTICAL BRITISH in I
AMERICAN MINIM,
COMPANIES now operating
there Ih a fributo to tin-
tremendous w allh of th** bills
J. Y. Griffin & Co.      iJJJJJ  ______ Ml
C>l**bratcd  Brands  ol   Ham, Btcon
•od Eg«»,
NELSON,      -       -       B   C.
Smith & Go.
45 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAILORS.
WILL •»  repreiient*'il  in the  Lar
il'-iui    ut    ri-Bular     intervalt
•I, iiiurle nl the year.    Orden
for clot!.inn will reerive close attention.
Onr  repri'»cntati*i* will 1* in TBOU 1
LAKE andfEBQUSOK in a few week-
We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orderr..
l*W_r,*^,"*V_W"
Lands and Work*.
CANCELLATION  OF RESERVE.
Sole Lof a! Agents
McEinnon & Sutherland, Ferguson
tTront Xnfte    wm®m&$$iKW
TIYTIe $■/>%■* '     "  ' supplied by this
vU'lillCi 'i.    I of ,'ib'i-
•      Government A'ualyiia
Supply (5o. ®,,"ii-k"i---!'"-:-'■"'-:
Ig   * HurEi McPhe^on - - Sup*.
IfOTICBtl lirrfli)' KlvfiilliKl llir rrniTTa
lion establlnhed in pnnnanrt ..f tin* ernvi-
■!mn nf tIi*_ "i iiliimliiti mnl Wedern Kml way
Hlltm!-))' Act   lMHi." lii.lli-r. of ul.lili «. ip lull
iln*..-_ in tlie lirilati (Xil'imbla Haaelta hi..i
iiai<"i "tn Mny. idiM. and fiin Juna i-ki, respfe
tlvrly, _r.. hereby panw-llMl,
i'iowii iniMii hiiiiHi>"i wi'niii Hi" area em.
ei r.... i,j in- .1 id reneryatlun «ill be "i" m .1
t.i mie, •''iiirini'iit. ipa^naini other dlnp»ll	
lUlrfer the proflnlonn of Hi- "Land Art"
Ihree .n.iiilh« after ths dHt*. >.r I be flml inl.
I lent Inn ..f iliin nut lea Iii the llrlll-h Oiluinhla
Oaaette; prorlded, bowertr, timi in an mi»*»
where tandu are *o inlrt, pre empted, |en«eil nr
ntherwlM* Bllei.uti .1 hy tne IJOTI n.in'i.l. and
»n-«nlMei|iienlly found, ii|-'ii II.i- mneynf
the C.iliiinlila ai.t Western lliillway rnm-
nany'i Mnckn. to II* wholly or In |iurt will)-
In lorli liloekn, then tlie pereona •>. nr.|iilrln_
itli'h lande, nhall aei|iilre Onr line llierelo
from (lie llallwrn" Otnpany, who have an reed
tn deal with tnrh i.nrehiiHer., pre emi'tom,
lemeen, ate., on the name term. iiiiiiii,ndltloti«
as tin- ii.iTniuiii nt itiul'l nrnler lhe provl-
alone nf the ' Land Art," ej-ept lo reapeet lo
llmher lm.de on Ihe rump.ny'-hUn'lo.. Whlrh
ahall be auhJ'Tt to the re{uinMoni laaned I.y
the I'onipativ relative to llir rullina of tinibir
OS He Columbia and WeMirn Itiillway l*nd
Urant
w. R.OORK.
iieputy Oonmlssloaeroi Lends A Worke
Lan.le and Workd Dej irtfi 11
Vl.l.Tla. I ,C., mr« K.lirnary, 1006,        feu
FERGU
Pnblle Sch. il. HoeplUl, and
utl.er inntltiitioiia. Kxoellent
Waterworks eystem. .Str.t-tx,
Stores sad Resideucra Illumined by Electricity. Ihiily
mail Hcrrico. The towaatts
In admirably laid oat. (hi in
NOW on DM (troii ml finer.
Lots can  now  bo purcliai<*"*l
.Hon
$75
UP.
TOWN5I TE AQIiNT
HENRY FLOYD S
% RHVELSTOKE, li. C. %
J  ...   «Ibe Uotel JScaton  ...
1
BEAION. b. c.
VIM IOKS arriving at Healon (the threshold •<< tho I.snleon)
via Arrowhead, will |j,„| ||1|(, |l.te| .„ \)f. •„■-., .quipped
for liiRli-rlseri tr».|,..   |-;i,.e||«nt tOOOIDtnodation.    A well
appointed and ipeeuraidlnlna hgii.   Tbebssl ei Wlnes.Spli '*
and ( Igari,   ivrennai iQMrvTsion ii |lven lo the requirement* ol
patrons. \ leilon to (ha Lsnloaii can rely on comfort at this hotel.
0
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop \
'*--..      .. > 1 »"»r»''>_j_>^»
j FERGUSON HOTEL
""^_f*?—
Tlie noted home for tr_Yellen vliitin.
Fergmon, b,C.
A v.ell itocked Bar of the ehoiceit Liqouri, Wine., etc.
MoDonn«ll & Dlaok
Proprlatore.
•ir.
I
t
i
*4
500 Cords
Slabwood
FOR SALE....
Apply:
Jac_ Gra _ IM or iaily Craig
It pay ■   he  Telephone     A
lengthy ti ip can often be i ■ fed    Offices
at l''err.iiBini : Ciiininina' Kture ; Trout
I.like, Post Offli e ; alio St Ueaton. Comaplix and Arrowhead.
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Legal Notices.
H0T1CK. TO  llKLISQUKNT tO-OWNIKS
To Phi;
wboi
Iran
"»!»
ontl
and
ths ii
Lake
ena.
Youai
G.Joh
"Mapi-
deecnl
made i
tbe e-
i   Kmu ami J.  W.. Bmith or to
-v»r    they   tliey    may   bare
irred    their    intercut    in   the
le Leal " mineral claim, litnatrd
r.'ilh east tide nf Poplar rre*k
out two and a half  miles (ram
ol the  rreelt, in the Trout
M iniiiK  Division of WeBt Koot-
i.*reby notified  that I, Arthur
on,  co-owner with you in the
I,eal"   mineral  claim   above
have   performed  labor and
euiliiure on the laid  claim to
it of $100.00,; under  the pro-
• afie Ition 24 of the Mineral Art,
^■d ;  to  hold  Slid  claim,   and tie
in: w bit ii laid labor war. performed
•.ne  made having expired,
greby give you notice to contribute
I   rtion of iuch  expenditure,
art,  further notified that if at
ation of 60 days of publication
. l  lail or refuae to contribute
-non of the expenditure io
i ^ bet with all coats of adver-
ir Interests ia the said claim
;.    ii e   rested iu  rne under and
tu   "f  |,rnviaion§ of  Section 4 of
_Ct, emended Act 11KK).
, ...lar Cicek, B.C., Doc. 31,'04.
ii. JOllNfcTON, Co-owner
I
KOrll   Bl.TO DELl*-<.t'K*«T OO-OWMT.
ToJni ii I'ansian or to whomioeier he
nun have transferred hie iutercit in
the iln:i ■ •"..!.' . lhcx and Charlotten-
Imr    - ..mill.
Tsk.'  Nutii-e that I  the   unJenigned
rner wit!   yi.u in  lhe llomtttake,
: ai '    larlottenburs mineral claims
fct,* shoot 3  miles in a eouth-weit
ii  Irom Trout Lake in  what n
rn as tbe Homestake basin in the
Trorr   . »•-   n .i.ine diviiion  of   West
Kool ' /.   !a^- performed the neceiiary
Wrk ■■ ■      - i-' th* n-coiiary expendi*
•« »hive mentioned  mineral
- rears 1900, 1901, 1903, m
the k.me under tectiou 24
•a!  Act, and  the yeari for
laid work was ;ierf... med and ex-
_ la bavtal expired, I here-
•    i   notice that if   within 90
'he first publication hereol
:..l or refue« to contribute your pro-
LioUS te share ol »urli expenditure and
.':..-    .-■   tl  i,f  this  advertisement,
Ml in the said mineral claimi
e • lhe  property  ot the under-
' i under ana by virtue of lection 4
li.e  mineral    act   amendment  act
aiej  al Trout Lake thu 7th day of
*   . -i Lavdxias.
Co-Owner.
NOTICE  TO CO-OWNERS.
To T. R. Davey, or to any penon or
perioia to whom he may have transferred his interest-,.
Take Notice, I the undersigned co-
owner with vou in the Cwn and Davey
mineral claimi situate about four mile's
above Ferguson on South Kurt
creek iu the Trout Lake miniug
division of West Kootenay district and
province of Itritiah Columbia have done
the required work on the above-mentioned mineral claimi for the years 1903
and 1904 in order to hold the same under s-clion 24 of the mineral act, and if
within90days of this notice you fail or
refuse to contribute your portion of
iuch expenditure for work done, together with the coit of thii advertisement,
your interest in the laid mineral claims
will become the property of the tub-
scribed under section 4 ol the Mineral
Act Amendment Act of lflOO. Dated at
Trout Lake this 24th day ol March '05,
8. DANEY,
24.5*08. Co-owner
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
^TJerfinefGrai
All kiftds of New Records.
Sole Agent for the  urdeau:
J. C. Murray
7tcu; ol.e E. C.
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,
A. NO.1  ROOMS.
tah&Afca, Press
„
Balmoral Hotel.
^
Visitor!  to   Ferguson   may  rely upon  the very best ol
accommodation  at  -hie  well-known hotel.    R_ mis are
well   furnished  ttnoughout.    The  Uar  is storked with
a choice aubortment of palatable queucheis.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
li
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin   Board, World's
Mining News
E L. MORAND, -  PROP.
TEE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
NOTICE.
tare
elei:
per
pa?
En
wi.
el
ift
j
Bilver Chief No. 2 Mineral Claim situate
in the Trout Lake   Miniug Division of
West Kootenay District. Where la Bled
on (iol.l Gulch, a tributary of Ualnei
creek.
Take Notice that I, Fred C Elliott,
F.M.O. ho lie, MM2. acting as ifmi I foi
Itobert B. Young, F.M.C No B88041,
intend sixty days from the date
hereof toapply to the Mining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvement! for
tbe pnrpose of obtaining a Crown grant
of the above claim.
Anil further take notice that action
undtr lection 37 mint be commenced
before the issuance of iuch Certificate
oflmprovements.
Dated thii 19th day June, i.n. ISO'.,
jun 23-05
F. N. Newton
MINING BROKER
The BEST Always !
IN FINK SHOES |
MININC SHOES !
BI10E PACKS !
EUBBER8 and
0VEESH0E8I
GERMAN SOCKS I
Ii what you  will get If .        "
with un.  tto don't forget, when*
thing tu th* way of footwear locailo
drop b Iln..
Dominion Hotel
Pirst-ClaSI in every respect.
The Travelling public carefully
taken care of.
tr.TTHl.10   HKW   AKIJ    riBST-OLAflSJ   1.1   ALIi   MM!
Fire  Proof Safe
Tb» liauu Is eluckiMt with in* n-i«a Wlaas and CX»»*i •   lb.a-.rkil
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Is till: Us tans _>■■_«__'
Mly _ Kb ■ Prpj),
ft RBYAL SHOE STORE
Nelson, B. C.
R.    ANDREW    *    CO.
Mail orderi carefully end   proi
attended to.   Agent fur Slater and Net-
tlelon Bboee.
TlrVlC   TABLE
Rowland,
E. Ferguson & Co.
Wholesale dealers in Winn, I it,in
and Cigas    Agents for Fabel Beer.
NELSON, B. C
B.C.     8.8. ARCHER or S.S. LARDEAU.
Kunnlnj between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing October 14th, IMS, will sail as follows,
weather pel       ting.
Leaving Arrowhead for : aeon and
Comaplix, trrtcedi   ■      I and Sk.
Leaving    ■■•••. s
Arrowhead,  twice  dally—7:15k   auc
12;45k.     Making   clobe    oonm
with ail (.'. 1'. K. Stnacert ami trains
The  ownei-  reserve   lbs   r,
change   time*   of   ._...'■_*>     wiihojt
notice.
Tke tiaiplre Lumber Co., Limited.
Lardeau
Hotel
B_€_
Sutdy L _nghton
I'roprlttor.
WHEN  tiaiting  Kcrguaon you
should may at tbe Laideau
Hotel.     Hers  the   visitor
will   bo   surrounded   with
home comforts.    Excellent
cuiuiue,     well   ventilated
and    warm    rooms,    well
stocked bar,  arid  everything which
tends towards  making your visit a
•ilrrtpant aud memorable one.
Rates from H day u. wards.
Wo strive tu pleaw onr patrons.
FERGUSON.
Ihe Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout, Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Kawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables At TrouL Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best, Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   £_
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
pj.
B
i
IA0KINN0N  and
SUTHERLAND
.1**1  ■■!!  m     I ■-■•■■*t___W__S^MM«*__^^M^W^"»*****-*1*>1-*1-*>*****W*********»^*******t-*'*-^t*111*1
We have all the Latest in
HATS.
We can clothe from head to
foot in a princely style.
Summer-Weight Suits.
Make you feel good.
- -B.0.
._.i
OUT LAKE CITY
THERE bave been f^rium's
m nl" l>y judicious lo vestment in Real Eatate, and
more fortunes «ill tn- madi th*n
»»*/rr the next two or three jr-irn.
Tho one who rsajm tin* harvest la
tlie original investor, for he ban
hip money on a certainty.
Now let ua point "Ut to vo'.l that
there is do better ipot nn Ihe I   i -
tn.it to buy Ileal Bitatfl than
TK'ilT LAKE.
Trout Laka li the prettiest irmt
in the Kooteuays; an a pleasnre
reunrt it baa n > eq lal. Boating
and fiHbiiig tu iy i" Indulged in
the year round; while big game
in abundance i» to the found ou
tlie bills, lit* climate la inperb,
thoro biing no great estremea.it
bving niiid   in winter and  cool In
lummer,    It can boast of a-uno of
iho tin"'' ii itela aud realden
Britiab Columbia,    i et« are
well laid "tit and gradi d, There
are two excellent genera] stores,
and a glance at theadv rtisemeuta
in tliiii journal »tii ihow that all
t-.lien are fairly well represented.
Write   with enniiileiire to Agents,
H. McPberson
Agent.
Trout Lake, B.C.
la**
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.
..  ..
..  ..
Then call on
or   write  to
»•».
ST has never had a " boom "—Its
growth han been steady. It is
the Lead of navigation, aud
tlie terminal cf the Lardo branch
of the O.P.R. All roads (in ths
Lardeau) lead to Trout Lake. It
in the couinierciul centre of the
rieheet mineral district on tho
continent, and has banking facilities provided by the Impel ial
Hank of Canada ; first-class school
accommodation under the direction ol B Shannon, B.A.; a good
water ■yitem ; goverunif nt offices ;
County Court sittings; Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican churches
and cottage boepiUU.
There are valuable rauch lands
on the out.kirts awaitiim Mttlers,
Its lumber resources are ruagnifi
cent, and u bund paw mill with a
capacity of 80,000 ft, per day is at
the bead oi tbe lake. The mines
tributary ure proving out bigger
producers every year, witb new
prospects opening up rich bodies of
ore.
There will be a big niBh this
lummer, so if you would kuow
more, write at once to either of
the agents at the addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
Ti
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B=
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UiUiUUUO^^ BS__H_ppwpBi
Job Printing of every description will be /uify executed at the Review Job Dent
f : __        ■ : z j —   .  1  ^      f*li
•■•: /" la] iervi<  s in t
.nr::   at 11 a.ni, und 7.30
Bunaa"}*.   Subject nf mo
mon, "Isaac,  tho Beloved Child.
e>enjt22-10.   Tins service  will iir-
'"riiiuce a series of Children's Day
St rmons,  but the  " children of a
.' r growth " are invited.  Even-
:".: "object, "Patriotic Devotion."
Ite view  readers   will  please  note
that   in   honor   of   July  Ut  this
theme has been substituted for thai
3f ''God's  Requirements,'' ns pr<
iot _ly announced.
V   6. Fraser y_ftdrday received
$800 check  from   the   Anglo*
 an Fire  Insurance Co. per
•'. N, Coursier, of Revelstoke  The
imount was settlement in full on
>v■> int   of n building nt Beatoi
...■iiig ' itroyi 1 by firea fewweeki
This  Co.   is   the one to d
*E=jLAKEViEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
BAR WELL rill'l'LIED WITH
riquors and Eigars
;t
Large Coinforlablu Ronms
Excellent Cuisine.
fiadden & Levesnue
Props
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE   PiONESI.
LEICAL.
FRED •'. i U.IO'TT,
!'. .RRISTEB   NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, B C,     nnd Fejguson;
■ a a, MeCarter, J. A. Ilniv, y
A. M.   I'll.Ill;,i.i.
HARVEY McSARTEl? S PiNKHHAM
BOLICITOB8   Kre.
NCVKLSTOKK   a   O
solicit,n> i.n ni..  rial r:n'ii oi Panada
City   Drug    S
x ui-*  i ii.   is   tne one to U*>-(• fit   i -|   "T-v /"**J I       "11
 ! _______, Livery and Dray Stables
i..   rax   m irri r  i>y tot  " Com
,.       v    . '       II*  '        ■
Wi.M'iVr, op Act, ISB8,
ind   Amendi d   Acts,   ahb  i_
THK     MATTER     OP     Tin:      (JBEAI
IViitJTKHN   Mikes,  Limited Lia*
li.H.ITV.
rj.HK Great Western  Mines; l.lmltei
l.ial llfty, fu ■■    ■ Inntar
liquidation n      .   I .■■ . ■ ■ ive A si
md 1     appointed Ei
ol i nrguson. B.C., tanl
its I     iilator, for tho par) oaet   : buc!
■ up.
i   litors i'i the above Con ; aa; .
. lias its head ofll ■.- i,i aaid town oi
all -'. i .ii.I Copipany, are re*
■ ■   reil  ".i   or   before the Hi -i day ol
..■..-:, IPOS, to send to Harvey, Mc-
< tortt r A l'ii.I:!, ii i, for said
liquidator, at thoir o_ I - Street,
Bevelfttoke, B.C, their name; and ad-
i et ••■ nnd descriptions, and lhe loll
, i • ilars of tin i" di bts or lai ..- . ri-
nod by oath, and the natareand a ■ nt
il.tlis securities, and if bo required by
: tha in ivriiin** firm) said liquidator) r
lis "-licit irs. ni coins in and prove
i heir said debts or claim? in the usual
i'i-v. ii' such timi and place as shall lie
urn r ■>}■■! iii gucli notice.
After the said tiist day of August,
IP05, the laid liquidator will proceed t •
,n ...it....- .i
Saddle, Pack and_CartoRe Horsca Always for Hire ^^^
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
laily •in.-' leaves  Beaton nl 12 o'clock I i .'i nl take Fersnaon and Cain borni
Leave" Ferguson, via Trout Lake for tieaton at 7 a.m.
[.ranch Stables at Trout l.nke. Beaton, Ferguson nnd Camborne.
VV. I. BBIQG8        .1   II
St'HIT,
n. ii.
Scott & B
riggs
I ... i ittei - sod Sol
[fit on
Solicitor*, . -i M
i j   t.k.
REVELSTOKE
-    B.
C.
"^
A fuM line   of Choice stationery
Just Received
A I    QA      SCHO°L SUPPLIES' PROPRIETARY MEDICNE.
/i.L_OV/a    TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.    PRESCRIPTION Wr,
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH. "K
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  B  C. *
Best Hotel in Town,
Eeaflprlm for MIejii. _ Commercial __.;.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLa    .
D\ R. McLENNAN.    PROPRIETOR
CERTIFICATE  OP   IMPRO\ I'Ml- S R.
Mining In-.       I
..  Unto iii    r m I
W.  Abrahamson
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Capital Authorized, $4,000,000 11.»U Office:
Capitsl [paid up] •   8.«0.0on TORONTO,   ONT.RIO.
Hi it   -      -      *    8,000(000
tranches in the Northwest Territories^ Trovinces of British C   imbia, Mai
i| | nl H. R. WILKIE Vice Pn
I rtll   lie  s
mi tli   data ln'i.
tor ii ivr- f
.   tha purpose of
' ... ,-liilni.
■ i»t nrtlon, under
| -...-I ion Ih :»ii. th,- i*
* tmumvi iiu'iiih.
|     lint,   . \  P.. I "i.
Contractor
And Builder.
r. 15   Sn.RR.TT, ','■■
.   ' i        iftatil i
 ■■   i-iKi.cii 191 Trout     l.a»*.     P
distribute the ssseU ol the Compaut j ^.    jr      ,.
ninoiiir  the   parties   entitled   tliaretb.l
litvi.ii* 1-,-L'irii   only lo   the claims <;!   |.-.-.   <oi,io    Isbt
ivltieli ho then has nad notice, and the I ui ...     ■ ■
liquidator «i!l not then be liable for the
Ai... ts or anj. part thereof so distrib      ....
lo ,1'iv person of whose claim he had f
nol notice at the timsof thediatribuUonl -."■ — ■'««■■■■"■ "*» ***■"*
thefof.
Paled this 2nd day of /une, 1905.
Kltl.AMMi. HADOW.
Jo—80  —-
nnil
Tf3n._.it_.
T. B. BAKl:!{.
i n jai on
•VKMK.N1..
.,•1 . all-
lllilsi.ill   ut
''111 v- III)■     ■ 1    I   ,r,l_
■ ■ in Ii inii •
purpose nl
ilmvs nami.
.1
!.- Hi.' i.-
nveim i.i-.
\ D   1KB
1'. I.,   lit I 1 MAN.
LennoxviHe
E. MOBBS. PROP.
Hotel and
: Mfc'
J. O. MURRAY,
jStarfceE & Co.
ulh
WHOLESALE DI
rHORPI & CO. started
, il;i"_: Rods Water in
\ ancbuver in 1889.   Since
then   tliey built  bl
in Victoria and  Nelson,
and are improving every
season.
Do yon buv Soft Goods
from " THORPE'S" ?
Thorpe tBb Co
Limited,
NELSON, B. C.
 '*•--•-    Cheese.   Prodaee   and   Fn
V. M   Westfall «5: Co.      . Bonston Bk.,Joeephlne st. N,«.     | C   h
Mlinnp ':-.     ri
t.. - IfppnrtPil
Mi.,    in    i • ■- .    _ ..
•   '   .
,i  ills,
The B. C. ASSAY and CH -HICAL
5U.PL. ■-,. mi.
Vav. ,-.   1*   ('.
Hmdqnarters tor tsssyers, M ■   if and
ler, f Mi" fn; • i    -,.,■. ,-. ,.,r
■   i ■< .  Bat ti im'ii, l'"nj-
• ii   !'..• i.m ,. Co '- Patentt'niv
1 :   Win. Ain..
I    sflneBslano    etc.etc.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a Home
Foi   Yourself.
Don't Pay If
Rent —_-
EASY TERMS.
Ceneral Store
I
GERRARD
>.»__t_;_*-a*_ ^
-      -    I
©K     I
ffiarbcfSbcp;'!
 fOR A -
Good Shave or Hair Cut
  I'AI.I. IA      -
William Schne".
IKKROL'MON r.i. I :
Mi
SURVEYORS.
!^,;.?V!''     Trout. Ink-. B. r.
l
 ._  Packfng and   Fer*?uson packing i
* Hasa^ing * ;:: Plighting       Transf^ outm. ;
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial I.ami Surveyor,
Mineral Cfalms Snrveyrd
and tr>'« ii (irants Obtained
lit-klit.-urv-Nexl Record Ofllci.
Tronl t.'iii,-. ii c.
Hot and Coia L
Gold • r silver. .
flOl*' .\i
..-.
. *1 60
,.»2 00
5   SHANNON',   i.siayer
PBRQU50N _. C
Coatracti i otered into for packing   i M nin ■ Hap| lit s, ate.
to hi,    ; lthe   isl'ii't.
1 ■      i   pi  '.'. ./..;.       .;   i:! W I
aatii fa toi)
l Ferguson. 'I
**• *-FK'-
S. Daney, Prop.
'•- 'v"*l
A. R. HEYLAND,
l'i:n\ im lAl. I.AM' BDBTSTOR
Mini ral (Jlsltos Surveyed
POPLAR, KA81 0.
W. H. Jones,
Loose   leaf   Binders,   Fine  Jul
Printing.
NELSON, B. C.
flVI
•   •! t'lt'j
■ii..i Wc •'
NOTICE
AVhi-ili-r,     Vniii-MiviT.
I.i mi ted, mineral claim
■   J'ront L.iKi'  llining  f>
Kontena** district
Win re located:—On Gwiner Crei k
Tul-.   notice that  I   .1. '/. Mail, i>. •
mn'.,'   '0 tiSeate ICo. V'i'.:.'    i ,
li • days aftei I U* •' ■
.de Mlnins Recorder lor I
[inprovennnU for the purpose of obtain-
ion riuu n sranl - • r_ i Inims
And fiirih.-r take notiei  tli»' actioi
nndoi section Bl ..
I:, fore 11 ol
Improvements,   f'ntr i this 27th dav ol
April. A. IX, 1905,
May.6'0fi ,f. /. UALL
a I' SCAN   LODGE
^V\ Ko3fl
/\*y\  'inl   TJinisitiiy each
'  \/   y month.
Visitors Welcome.
0 Forddred, Pec.. H. McPheraon. W.M. I
|^•><■-^>**-^*'*^*^^*-^♦-**>«♦-^«*^-^«^. ■
E. L _e__
MASTERSON
OfiNEBAl    MfiBi HAM
-
r_
h
■
i - ■
''."■   ;•       .-if*'
Firm well-matured Oregon Stock
i   3d
-v.-:*
.* a _
ist*_
Miners'
Supplies
! POPLAR
A. G; FRASER^ Store %l«i
1 '■ B.C.
-   B.C.
4 ,
fSrnestfii_rrcpj|
Lumber
Sash    Doors
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for Cash j
Poplar Creek.
F. B. Well
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
JOUfiHl
CASH   PRICES   PA»
P.Burns
WHOLESALE   AND   BETA!
Meat
Merchants
I'l'iilr-Hin all kindH of Fresli VH
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
The Nelson
Bre wing Coj
Brewers of
Fine   Lager Beer
and Porter
R. Roisterer (Sb Co.   • Propjj
WOOD   VALLANCE    HARD|
WARE CO* LTD-
Iliirilwnro, Sfiners' Bapplief, fi'tir',|
mid liatit*i'H.
NSL8QN, B c

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