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of the rich Lardeau
country.     Sent  to
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per an. in advance.
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C., JUNE 2, tgos.
rster-Criterion  mining records
[ill and Mine
No. 30.
MEN
fORK
Resume.
WILL   BE PUT TO
COURT CASES.
Locations,
Miiy 20. Smuggler, Fisher creek.
J. 0. Morgan
Union, Fisher creek.   S Daney.
27.   Poorman, Trout creek.   A.
IPT.   A.   H.   GRACEY
lake of the Progress to be Made
tlie Forthcoming Beason.
\T   ONCE   AT THIS ^""'' 'ltM' M'"H> A* McLean.
 ,,,,   ,,,,,.„,,,,,„., 81.    Svw Denver, Nettie L hill
VMBORNE PROPERTY.        r  .,., ...    ' ,,
: L. lliouipson, W. Waller.
TllANSfKUH.
May 25. E. Simpson to Daniel
t'osgriff, a'l in Ledise.
'-'9. Jno. Pullman to A. G.
Fraser, one-third in Anaconda.
80. Exeoutor of late J. A. Marshall tn Ephraim G, Sills, ail in
St. Louis and Daisy.
81. Geo. McCartney to J. W.
Westfall, all in Tom Edward.
A.HSKSS.MKNTS.
May io.    Lidia.  A. R, Hcylund.
inder the sup irintendence of A.
(iracey, manager of the Eva
fd Mines' property, the Oyster*
lerion  mill  and  mine at Cam-
no owned by the Great Northern
ins, will  l.e operated  at once,
ome   25   men   will be put to
Golden Chest No. 2  fraction, A.
Ir.  Qracey has arrived to start, '*• Hcyland.
ilimis.    Manager Cochrane, of I     Independence.   Ernest Marshall.
29.    May Day.   C. I). Stanwood
Anaconda.    C. If. Ahercronihie.
Bismarck,    Coronation,  Maple
Leaf,   Humming    Bird.       Henry
Great  Northern   Mines,   and
he of the directors, called in Mr.
v for consultation, with the
lult already stated.   The Oyster-     ^-_
itcrion  group at Camborne was Smith.
cui'lieil   along   with some Poplar 	
last year.   Some differences]    Galena Garden.    VV. Waller.
C.  T.  Porter
e among tbe shareholders, and I    Broken  Hill
mine and the ten-stamp mill years.
tul  nt   tbe  miii"  were closed
30.    Golden Farm.    W. Waller.
3
Gladstone.     II.   K.   Rogers,   3
some   months ago.     A great
if development has been done
iii the pr. i erty  is in good shape
miik''    a     tine   showing   this
Bjnmor.
king of the properties of the
i Gold Minns at Camborne,
inch he will continue to manage,
r. (iracey told the Nelson News
i 'i: »:'li.'k was verv t'vur-
The ten stamp mill was
I'Uiidini*  a.vay
mine was progressing satisfac
Irilv.      The   management   wen
low considering a  proposition to meet   in
ler -i-i
years.
31.   June.   J. B. Windsor.
June 1.     Pilot.    It H. Battey.
Rambler.    Angus McDougall.
The Mammoth.
Fred. 0. Elliott, our local solicitor, was the busiest man in the
Kootenay country Tuesday. All
of the eases on the docket were
bandied by him either pro or con.
Judge Forin presided, and we venture to remark that if more of the
good sound common sense enunciated hy his honor Mas the practice of the Judiciary instead of
legal technicalities which too often
prevails, the cause of Justice would
he In Iter served.
The first ease called was Crawford 4 Co vs.the Big Rend Lumber
Co. The cause of action was the
non-payment for timber cut by the
plaintiffs owing lo a difference in
scaling. The ease is a jury one,
and was adjourned until July,
when it will bo tried at I .«••.. !.-t. >I*-.
Costs on defendant Elliott for
plaintiffs: MeCarter for def pdant.
Masterson, Griffith iV Oo. vs.
Stoney Graham. Order made for
the payment of $10 per month.
El'iott for plaintiffs.
Masterson, Griffith iv Co. vs C.
1). Stanwood. Action to recover
payment of nceount for $1,000.
Judgment for plaintiff, with costs.
Elliott for plaintiff ; Hodge for defendant.
Olson vs. Great Northern Mines.
Ltd. Action was to recover for
wages while employed at the I lyster
Progress at Beatrice.
Harry Anderson, secretary of
the Beatrice Mines, Ltd., wns in
town on Tuesday on business. We
learn that mining operations in
the future will be conducted on a
much larger scale than hitherto.
The company, we are pleased lo
learn, is in an excallenl financial
position. We also learn Cat an
offer had heeli   made  the company
by ii syndicate of mining men. Al
yel nothing definite has been done
in the matter.
Thinks Poplar Good.
Allan Chisbolm, the popular
secretary of the Lardeau Miners'
Union,   returned   on   Wednesday
from  Pim!
plar, where he has been
for the past weelj  visiting
the best  properties  there
111' uf
_ This
was his first visit to the gold camp,
and the scribe knowing him to be
conservative in his estimates, was
anxious to hear his opinion of the
prospects of Poplar
IL- said he had seen some wonderful gold propertirs ther.', and
he confessed himself as being surprised that a big city had not
sprung up ere this. Poplar was
bound to be a great and nourishing camp  sooner  or later, and In
felt -lire capital Would get next U)
the good thing In fore many moons.
Farewell   Social
in   Honor   of
Rev. Sharp.
EXCELLENT CONCERT GIVEN
BY LOCAL TALENT BEFORE
LARGE AND ENTHUSIASTIC
AUDIENCE.
The fiirewt || social given Thursday night in the LO.O.P. Hall in
honor of the Rev. A. K. Sharp was
largely attended, irrespective of
denominational lines. A well*
arranged literary and musical program was presented, after which
refreshments were served. The
retiring clergyman was the recipient of many expression of regret
at his departure. A goodly sum
was realised for the salary fund.
The proceedings opened by a
fjW well chosen remarks from the
chairman (W. R. Hollenbeck),
i which he echoed the sentiments
• f i vi none pres'-nt by referring to
the departure of so faithful a pastor. Tho Ch ral Union then
; rendered  Excell'a famous
Camborne Miner : On the Mammoth thc lead is being drifted on
at two points. On''drift goes in
from the surface  and is in over 7.">
tB*m\^*m\^mtmmm\mm\^-tm\Wtik*t^L^LtBM
and   the work at  feet,   whilst   the  other  drift commences   at the   end   of a   55-foot
cross-cut tunnel    These drifts will
... another   20  feet,   which
■ the   number of stamps al   "ill   not   take   long  to drive   as
,       , . . i.i_      ii- — _-».       i.i .
mine.     The defence   was that a! He was  disappointed, however, to
time cheek had been  Issued and learn that no individual or com*
that   payment  would  be made on j Kin,.,]   action  was  being  made to
its  presentation.       Judge   Forin
however,  refused   to  a-'kin wledm
m, " liaise waitetbfor Thee."
V'DOIld   SWeel lv   w:irli|ed
reel n compressor.
accomplished thii
\\r mill and t<
nth i
|i miner.
I think the Camborne eam|
till look up this summer,"said th<
)vster-Criterion's   new   manager
'the walls are soft and the ground
breaks well ; one foot a day being
averaged by each hammer. When
the work is completed, a drift over
1100 feet in length will have been
opened up, after which the drift
* Capital appears to be finding its j will probably be continued further
ray there, and many of the proper- j ***tO the hill. One good feature is
Ids will be investigated during the t,iat 1,K> or(' *° *'"' drifts is a good
i-esent season. My time and at- grade of galena which is sacked an
[iitii.ii is pretty well taken up '• 's 's U-ken out. Assay returns
fith the properties in my charge, of $226 and $204 to the ton were
km of course 1  see what is going received a few days ago from aver-
(n around me, and am glad to note 'ip' samples taken from all across
gns of increased activity in min the face of the drifts. Work will
ig circles all over the Lardeau, be conducted on this property all
nd particularly around Cam- 'summer, and as soon as working
We are getting along verv  »'• nditioiis will permit, the fore,, of
augmented.
I
t
"rl"'' „  „ „ —. 1
ic iiy .it th   Eva, and as far as tho i '"en employed will bo
yster-Criterion  in concerned my|Ql-ver Hartline, who is in charge
I'-tni ti..ii- are to push
nd  wl   tin'  mini' oiicned up am
'.ft   to.'   mini
mill working, and I shall carry
t»ut   my    order*    as   rapidly   as
I'.s.-ible."
jWor.ion thc Sliver Dollar.
matters "' operations at the Mammoth, was
in town for a few days this week
and expressed himself as lieing well
exprci
satisfied with the nianner in which
the prop< rty is showing'up.
Geo. S. MoCartor, Of  Revelstoke,
came down  from   that  city to at*
The tin drill compressor for tin
filv.-r Dollar will be on the ground is ,,m
■ Ins week. George Lemon will go
I" -he millsite in a few days to
Iiotiiiiii'iiii' the actual work of pre-
Ip.iriug tin' foundation on which
Itlie compressor will rest. Mining
■operation are progressing to the
L itisf i -tio.i of the management.
tend court sitting.      Mr. MeCarter
of  the  leading   men in the
company operating tho waterworks
here. A lest was made during his
visit in front of Eraser's emporium
which  was  very   satisfactory,  a
Stream being thrown clear over
the highest parts of the building.
Robt. (lodge, solicitor and secretary of lhe Great Northern Mines.
name up Monday to a1 tend court.
In conversation with Mr. Bodge he
stated that matters were progress*
rv favorably   with  the coiu-
kev. Bharp will conduct services
nning and evening Sunday. This
II be tho rev. gentleman's last i
v here as pastor, |ingv« ..
.  . jpany.   and   he  felt   satisfied   that
John   Ludgate.   H. Kirk and II. jautl„)ri(ativ(, information could l.e
ok, of the liij. Bend Lumber Co.,1
' An-owlie.id, wen-  Trout Lake visi
tore this week
given in a few days of the resumption of work on both the Poplar
and   Camborne   properties,      [As
(' w, McAnn, solicitor,ofKaslo, will be seen In another column,
was also a court visitor this week. I the Gamborne properties have re-
Mi     McAnn   reports  business   in  sinned,  and  W(
K i do good.
rust  the Poplar
[properties will do likewise.—En.]
the time check ns settlement and
gave judgment for plaintiff- with
eocic Fhiott for plaintiff; Hodge
for defence.
Forin vs. Silver Cup Mi  ■•■•. Ltd.
Action to r ..'over for log (ing Bhute
built   by   plaintiff.     A
missed   with   costs.      Elliott   for
plaintiff; MeCarter for defei
Lundgrcn, Anderson, Bergland,
Keer and Nelson vs. J. J.McGli ne.
Action to recover wages at th I L.B.
mine. Liability for tne amount
due for wages was acknowledged
by defendants and atUOUnl paid
into court. The matter of costs
was a hard fight  between th-op.
posing lawyers, and ail were allowed with the exception of Anderson, who was unfortunate em ogh
to be a blacksmith instead of i
miner. McAnn for plaintiff- ;
Elliott for defence.
Thornfeldt vs Beatrice Mines.
Ltd. Action dismissed with costs
Elliott for plaintiff; MeCarter for
defendants.
Jack   R-idy   is  opening   up   his
property at Five-Mile point (lake!
If stick-to it-iveness will win, Jack
will surely ha\e a mine
Captain Seaman of the Kokanoe
came up to Trout Lake on Wednesday's run. Our Fit/, went to
Nelson in charge of the Kokanet
.lack Stauher was rjp doing his
assessment on the silver Crown
property in tlm Haskins basin.
The work done consists of drifting
on the lead. A good vein of ore |]
exposed 11 inches in width parrying values 100 os, silver, 8 I pi r
cent lead lllld fS to 81<i iu gold
The claim is well situated, and
with some more work ought to develop into n steady shipper. About
7 tons of ore is on the dump as a
result of the lust work.
advertise the camp at the forthcoming Lewis ami Clark Exposition.
Among other properties visited
by Mr. Chisbolm, was the Hampton, a free milling proposition oi
great merit. A crew of men are
-tend lv employed under the sup-
dis-|eiiiit_4_enee of E. Ward, an!
crosreutting is being proceeded
with. At presort then was nothing sensational . • report, bnt the
indications went to ebon that they
had a grand property there. Mr.
Chisbolm bad set n some wonder*
tul p eim ns from the Hampton,
assays for which were away Up
into five fL-".r. I.
W. Maclean is hard at u..rk
with a cr. w of men g.'tiing ii.nti. rs
in shape at the brewery. Brewing
will be started 1st of July.
Q, W. Meinrath. representing
thi Berliner Gram o-phone people
of Montreal, i.- going through this
part of thc country in the interests
of the firm This company has
improved their sound boxes largely, ami have also a new al
ment which reduces the sound to
to suit small rooms.   J. 0. Murray
is tlie BKi i*t for t'.'   I..i;.|.'ail.
capi
antl
Miss   ifi.   Vipond   sweetly warb
'■ 'I Lings wc leave undone," and in
res ]   use to an encore di lighted her
audie ce  with   " Dreams  of   the
Golden Past."   Mrs J. C. Murray
and J. J. Atherton received tumultous applause for  their rendition
of the evergr en vi cal duet, " The
Gipsy Countess." and the audience
demanded a repetition.    Miss Lily
Valentine then eloqnent'y recited
•• Deacon  Brown's Courtship." tbe
artiste greatly pleasing her hearers
by   In r "complete  mastery  of   the
all   lines,   and   applause   in
ibondanoe   was   bestowed.      Mr.
Uherlon sang "Syk'ark." and for
an it. ore  recited " Kissing Cup."
Little   Martha    Johnson   sweetly
tootle!  •• Nobody's  Darling," and
th   au lience den and< d a   repetition.    Misses  Lotus Grrillith ai.d
Alice Murray  pleasingly rendered
••Tlie Little Lord."    Made a great
hit did Mrs. W. K Hooker in  her
vocal effort  " Beloved again,'' the
audience  showing  their appreciation  in  marked   manner.      Mr.-
Hooker, resp Hiding to lhe encore.
exquisitely rendered   " Twil ght
A born comediau is young Gordon
Johnson,   his   troubles   with   his
"8cotch Grandpa," as told by him
in  verse were very funny.   Hats
off to Dad Carothers, for he  was
the lion in.; .. sal Eo of the i veiling
Hi-   i or net   solo.   "Sing  of   tbe
Roses," a sweet creation by T. L.
;;. Ilison,   literally   brought down
the hou c   His double and triple-
essays were equal to any-
Ferguson Briefs.
Ferguson ! The Payroll Centre !
The place where mines are being
and have been made. The Silver
Cup with it! payroll of between 40
and 50; the Triune adding daily
to its number ; 15 men on the long
tunnel, number to be increased as
the work progresses ; at the Five*
' Mile mill a full force of men are
employed. Without a doubt P'er-
guson is the busiest spot in the
West Kootenay district.
The Consolidated Co. sent a crew
of men over to the Old Gold camp
this week.
W. Waller left Monday for
Seattle to complete a mining deal
with parties there.
McKinnon & Sutherland report
sales of mining supplies good.
A. J. Gordon went to the Landing on Friday morning to meet
Mrs. Cordon and baby, who are
returning to Ferguson after wintering at the coast.
Some miscreant " swiped " Frank
Lebeau's buggy Thursday night at
Trout Lake while he was enjoying
the social. It goes without saying
that Frank "said nothing.-'
Wadds, the photographer, left
on Wednesday. He did a thriving
business during his stay here.
It is expected that the Triune
will be shipping a consignment of
its high-grade ore within the next
few weeks. Wc understand that
an attempt to take a pack train
through is about to be made.
Reaton.  iv as   a
I thing  ever  heard   in  town.    Mrs.
KM.  Baillie came   through this Murray gavo a very pleasing vocal
fay on his monthly trip to tbefeolo, and an anthem by the Chora]
Mammoth on Fish creek. {Union concluded the musical por-
I tho proj r i  i tie.
The   Li.dii.-'   A id   wish to thank
I
The returns from the Horse
Shoe en ine to band a few days ago.
The exact figures could not he obtained, but the owners are highly
satisfied.
The regulai meeting of Ihe
Trades'   Committee   will be held
, I        run   i-Al.l .       '.go
Monday night in the Review office. Was fre-di in March
Business of Importanoe. ' Sharp, Trout 1
F. L Fowler, mining engini i r ol
Ri velsloke, was n visitor this week.
le went down d Pop'ar to cxamiin
some propeitie- with a view to
purchase
Joe Verschoyle came down from
the   Willow   Grouse   during   the
week for supplies. Joe is great!J
el.iled   over   the   proSpeC'S   of   the
property, and sees big money ahead,
of the lessees.
M. S.    Fletcher,   ol Comaplix,
lame in to alt nd court this week.
I
Tetley's teas have stood the test
of time, ll makes the cup that
cheers but does not inebriate. Iu
the year 11KVI the firm ol Jos.
Tel ley. of London,   Eng , exported
more tea than the total consumption of I'.S. and Canada. Fraser
keeps il ;    why din'l vou (ry it '.'
Fok Sale,   A good fan lly cow.
"    "     Apply, i: ■.
everybody who contributed lo the
-s of lhe evening.
Bobx.    On Ml ml.iv.   May 28th, to
the wife ol V.. R. Vipond.
Aii enjoyable dance was given
in the l.O.O.F. ball Wednesday
night. It is the Intention of the
club under whose auspices the
dance was arranged to have them
twice n month, ti ol music, good
floor and good management ensures
a happy time.    Everybody invited.
Alee. Ol.ver came in from Vancouver Thursday, where he has
been all winter.
(!.  W. Carothers, our brilliant
local   cornettlst,   has  been  the recipient of many eulogluras the past proposed Convcn
two days, none  the least of which,!'" '''' '"''' ''''  'r'
learn,  is an offer  by the Bel
Arthur  Evans
visitor this w»'k.
Andy Garr .: '.tperintendent of
the " big tunnel " proposition, was
down attending court on Tuesday.
Three shifts are at work on the
property, and the tunnel is well
under way.
Jim Livingston came down from
the Copper Chief during the week
for supplies. He report? opening
up some fine shipping ore.
Cutler T. Porter came up from
Spokane Monday night to look
after his mining interests at Poplar.
If you want a good map of the
Lardeau showing all the mineral
claim locations, send to this office.
Price 81.00 for paper, $1.50 for
cloth.
We are proud to know that tho
Japs love their country so well
that they are willing to sacrifice
nil, even life itself, in the war with
the Russians. We are also glad
t.. see them win. Our only hope
is that loving their own country so
much they will not bother about
migrating to ours.
Jock I. ling, who has been around
Sandon during the winter, returned
this week, lie has conic iii to dp
the assessments on several of his.
inining properties.   •
Until the new pastor arrives In
tlie district, the Sunday evening
services will be conducted by local
auxiliaries.
W. II. Morrison was down from
5-Mile yesterday.
Fred Mills was up from the Lake
on Monday.
NOTICE.
A meeting of the Con.-ervativQ
Association' will he held at tliQ
Review ofEco Wednesday night
next  at S p.m.  sharp.    Object of
the  meeting   is
sharp
tO   ii-
tion of the
in
liner Gramophone Co. to produce
ords of his selections.
middle of July.
other btisines
ii porta nee.
F. MUMMERY, Si I
I
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THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
1.1'rliiU-.l ut Troul t_keirily, nnn I'uhllihi 'l
ut I'Virfinnii unit Trout l.ulii' avorji Kriihi.v.
I'n • K III >r il.ies mil gold Iniiixrll reapon
tali' .ir He! .villi in nl i'iil'l'i.'s|iiiiiili'iil> ex
pruaauJ In Ul unlmiuu.
All J.mils will In' I'lui-m-il al tin* inii- il I
ouiiN per fine, Oral Inaeilion, undlOcaaiautii
lluaOiMili Mii.-t'.iiii'iii ium.tIii>d.
I'.T.iisfiir liiiiiali'iil uml oiler ii-lvertIsloi-
win in* in.11*' known on lapptloatlon ut oflloi
*d.ri.ci'ii>liuii tl.W ll u-iil', III iiilvuni'i.'.
MURRAY <& ATHERTON Publishers
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CKKltFICATEOFTMPROVBMBNTS
NOTICE.
i.*w. _juw*_».   -y—i-
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COMPANY.
Foil Invkstmk.nt  ami   Puotkctio*-.
THUS. TAYLOR, Agent.
Rr.vKisroKi:     AND     Titorr Laki:
HONOR THE PROSPECTOR.
The prospeetorii uro sharpening
their  nicks,  nailiug their shoes
und securing "grub-Btakes " preparatory to rolling their blanket
aud starting fur the hills.
These are the men wbocotnprhv
the advance forces ol civilization.
Tiiey blaze tho trails which al'tei
wards become lhe highways ol
commerce. Behind ih-ui follov
lhe speculator, ready to grab tin
fruits of their labor. Later comet
ihe merchant, the printer, preach
e.r. schoolmaster and inventoi
Out of the wilderness of oanyoi
mid fore.-t spring up the towm
and cities teeming with population. Drinking from Hie fbuntaii
of etcrual hope in solitude, tin
hardy pioneer seeks out nnd uncovers the richness that ualun
lias stored in the mcky fastnesses
of the mountains. Many danger*
are met with by tbe prospector.
ami frequently the unexpected
happens ; a blip, a mis-step, and
the pioneer goes devn to a lonely
d»ath. No kind hands are there ;
110 comforting or sorrowful words
nre spoken ; alone and iiucared for
life's fleeting breath departs, and
lie stands in lhe presence of the
Ureal Unseen, when the mysteries
ol° the dread unknown are made
, lebr to him.
Yet Ihe forward march goes on ;
another tills lhe breach, and per-
Juip-i a similar fate awaits him.
Ucdth has no terrors for him.
None are so near to Nature's heart
a-, those who year after year blaze
out ihe trail*i to parts unknown.
(io Victoria Cross avails him for
ileedt) of bravery,—yet on lie jjoct-,
laying in heroic deeds the foundation of empires and kingdoms.
Verily, his reward should be
great !     	
A PECULIARITY OF THE LAW.
In one of lhe cases Lef ire Judge
Forin at the County Court this
week a mechanic's lieu had been
issued by oue K. Anderson. Othei
Ji'-ns were also i»sue<l against the
KHtim propei ty, but owiug loAu-
ileison.H occupation being that ot
sharpening the steel, his easo was
a judgment without costs.
As It appears  by the decisions
already   made    by   the   supreme
court, no person  unless actually
engaged   in    mining   can   file   a
mechanic's   lien.    The   <jue*-ti>ii
naturally    arises,   what   could   a
miner do without having his steel
in  shape ?   or again,  if a mimr
sharpens his own steel, would In*,
jf wishing to lien a claim, have tn
Keep fepaiate books of  his lime?
A    mucker,   who   in   many  cases
spends a lot of his lime in nipping
strti'l,   can   file   a   lien,   but   lhe
•nan who put it up for him to nip
cannot,   h  is olaimed  that   tin
b'ackBinith  does  not actually en*
-.'age   in    developing   the    mine.
Neither does the shift boss. Neflhw
pf them hits a drill, but.a black-
mi tli is the more  necessary of the
iwo; jet   the  one can secure his
wanes while theolherlsshiitofl
ns fir «s liens go.
The action of the courts is no
doubt law, but us far as equity anil
jiisiicu •foes—rotten ! Tho si a tilt t«
governing surely need amending.
NOTICE is hereby given tl at the undermentioned persons have roadoappli
cation miller the provisions oi tin
" Liquor Licence Act 1900 " for hote
licences at the placessel opposite theii
res'iective names:
(J r luiiriiier. i\nie hotel, Ainsworth
Leander Han no, l.ardo hotel, Lardo.
J l) McLachlan, Oommercinl botol
l.nrilo.
J A Mcfsasc, Victoria hotel, White
water,
Alexander Laughton, Lardeau hotel
Ferguson.
McDonald A  Black,  Fereneoe hotel
I..1!.. Itlnej.iv, Doubtful, C.D.,C.II.i,nil
X Y./,., iniueriil  clai -itiiBte in the
Troul Lake Mining Division of West J
Koolnnay district.
Where  located :—Near Trout  Creek
.ihniil o1.- miles from Trout Lake.
Take Notice that I.U.H, N. Wilkie.
icting a.- agent fo- .his. J. Moulone,free
mi tier's certificate No. liSHigs, intend,
•ivy   ilnys    from    the    'late     hereof
0 apply in the Mining Kecorder (nr n
,'eiiiiiciitt' of Improvements, for the
iiurpose ol obtaining a Grown (Irani of
- in- above claimi
And further take notice that action,
under section 87, must be oonuneuccd
before the Issuanceol snob Certificate
01 Improvements.
Dated tins 30th dav ot March, a.i>.
W05. _ ll. N. WM.KIK.
Masterson, G
——(_, Co.-
serous in
Mis s (i r. nn, r. Windsor hotel, Fer
Balmoral hotel, Fei
OERTIFIC*TB OK IMPROVEMENTS
Ulisol).
A   I-'   I.'iuikii
fU« ni.
I> It McLennan, Windsor hotel,Troa
Lake.
Abrahamson    Bros
rrout Lake.
Madden it LeTes%ne, lake View hotel
rrout l.nke.
John  Simpson, Tout    Lake  hotel
I'r. nt l.nke.
I-Muiinl Mobbs, Lennox villi* hotel
. lernrd.
E LMorand Royal hotel, Poplar.
Jscobton >*« Anderses, Grand hotel
Poplar.
Pat Carey, Giand Central hotel
Poplar.
i'i-.,*. Hanson, ■Miner's hotel. Poplar.
Magnusnn   ,v    Schmock,    Dominion ]
hotel, Poplar.
A«n Hlllmsn, Ten Mile hotel, Bontl
Fork of l.nrdean creek.
A meeting of the Board of licence
Commissioner! of the Ainsworth
Licence I istricl will be bold locousidei
sn.h applications nt tbo Uovernmeni
office, Troul l.nke. on Thursday, tin
liiteei.ih day ol June, 1905, nt lhe bom
uf teu o'clock in the forenoon,
W, ll  BcuACK-Wramnu,
Chief Licence rnspactoi •
Chief Constable's Office, Nelson, B.C.
Mny 28, 1905.
NOTIC '.
Rambler " mineral claim, situate iu
he   I mul   I nke    Mining;   Division  ol
iVi-.t Kootenay dlitrist,
While   located:   On   head of  Lake
I'll'.-I'.
Take notice that f, If. McF'hersnii.
acting tu agent for J. A. M. Aikina, free
miin r's certificate No. B8889Q, lntepd,
iixiv ilnys Irom the date hereof, to
ipply i • lhe Mining Recorder (or n
(.in,'.-ii- hotel lOsrtiflcste ol Improvements, for the
purpose el obtaining! Crowu Grant ol
the above claim.
Aiiil further take notice that action,
nmler section ■'.". cinsf beeommenced
lefors the is.-ii.ince of such Certificate
■ if fmprot emeuts.
DhImJ this _tnd day mi Mav. &.B. 1008
j>-&-er. a. Mcpherson.
AH the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review."
••••••
••■■•••
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
QUIT ^GAMBLING
IN''SHOES.
NEARLY all Shoes look alike, but-
Thcrc's as much difference  in Shoes as there is in
people.
Yet these differences in Leather. Workmanship, Wear
and Fit, are so juggled in shoe manufacturing', that they disappear from sight in the made-up shoe.
That is, they disappear to the eye— fcut thc foot finds
them out
Aye — and thc purrc finds tfcrr.i out too, when you draw
the wrong' pair of shoes in the usual store lottery.
Why should you gamble on shoes when you might, at the
same cost, invert in them?
Why purchase ?. shoe of unknown value (pric:-fixed by
the Retailer) when you might, at thc same cost, b*uy a
sure-value, Maker-priced shoe, with a twenty yea; record of
uniform merit behind it.
j*    „•*   j*
"The Stater Shoe * is the only shoe in Canada made in a
factory which makes nothing else— and which has specialized on the mak:ns- cf that single grade,uniformly as its best
and surest, for two decades.
It is the only rlioc in Cinada which is p.-:ce-controlled by
the Makers, who alone c^n know thc hidden value in each
pair, without p-uc_ work.
Nearly all other :hocs arc so'.I for what they look
like, or for as much as the Retailer thinks he can get
lot them.
A genuine "Slater Shoe'" is price-branded at the
factory for exactly what it is known to be worth in
wear and comfort, with no charge whatever for its
extra fine appearance and its style.
When a " Slater Shoe " goes bad, if it ever does—■
you know where to get your money back.
The Slater Shoe Company, when they once
brand their own price on a shoe, arc responsible for
its service up_to that pric. — and they never shirk the
responsibility.
Let your next pair of shoes  have  the tlate-
frame guarantee inside the top, on the
lining.
'7_        Two prices
only-$4.00and
$5.00.
;in
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LOCALS*
An e/Tnrt i-i Mng marlfl it, if.
Inhiifh a Lawn Tenuis fiiuli in
lowii, and as the ineveinent in „
jiiihlip one, ihe ultimate success nf
i In* |nvj'ct \* assured, Johnny
llickuian hrtH placorl bis wellikep'l
lawn nl the (lfJfo'sal o/' the plnyeis.
A meeflui* will be belli at an earlj
dale.
Berviees will   Ic  oomliict'-ii  ai
tlm    AnglicHii     Church   Bumln.v
piiortlilig  anil  evening by  Rev (i.
(JiMik, of Kaslo.   Holy Ciinuiunion i
at uioniing K'rvict*.
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COODYEAR
PROCESS
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General
Merchants,
Trout
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• • • •
• • • •
Dentistry.
int. Mil.I.i.v iKin.tr locator] In NrN.ni H- BU0*
!•.--.ir Inllr. S|,.,!,l.iri ill
TSi Aberdeen Block
i ltODt*j ir..in   ilu'   l.ur- .
'le.ui in.-iy reljr "it llr.l-
C_a Ir.-iliiiml.    :   :   :
A. MOloy
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J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated lirnmln <>f   Hnm, Bacon
am! K>:t,'«,
NELSON,       -        -       EJ   C.
Smith & eo.
45 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
HJGHCLA88 TAILORS.
WILL be represented in the Ler
dean   nt   re**nlar    Intervals
tbrOUthont the  ye«r.    (Inlers
for clothing will receive doss attention,
Our   re|ireaciil!ili'e will be In TROUT
LAKE and FERGUSON in a few weeks,
We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
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NOW
Is the time fir yon lo
.ii I.uy I. t• Ni i-i v.. re
lhe Prospects »if Kitru
b'i  biiv'l,t.
The Town of KERGU80N
will be mie of th" Greatest
or- Prodnoing Catnpi In the
World. Tbe high .1. gree uf
biiccces    scbleved    bv    the
mi in i r, ms U'KAI.TIIV ;iie I
PBACTICA1. BRITJ8H nml
A M i:k ha n  m in i :. c
COMPANIES boh op rating
there   is   n     IribatS    to     till
tremendous n sltli of th • bills
!•»
Public School, Hospital, and
<>tl er Institutions. Exoeileui
W'iiterwinhs system. Streets,
Sliiics iiinl Resiliences illu-
iniiieil hy K.'ccti icily. Onily
ui'iil i.i rvicc. The' towasite
is admirably laid out. Gel in
NOW on the ground floor.
Lots Clin now i>e purobased
Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION  OF RESERVE.
Slater Shoe
SoIeJLocal Agents
McEinnon & Sutherland, Ferguson
NOTIl.'KIa inri'iiy ilventhai ilu* rsaervr*.
lion rsliilili.li.'l In | ni i—t ti 111.«- nf llii' |i|..\|.
•lom nf I In- "i'iiIuiiiIiIh nml Mi-urn Itiilliviiy
MllliMi.lv Ai-l   IMII." l,iill(.|.<.if v. I.ll'h ll'i'll' pull-
ilalii'd In tho in i i. riii'iiniiiii i.n/, in nml
(inti'ii nil mm.v. ishu, nml Ma .iiini- nam, n »i*«
llvi'ly, nrr borehv oaiiooIIi ,l
Crown lands Him.ui-.i irllhln lhe urea em-
iirm'i'ii in ibemild reaervatlon win beo|K'iieu
in • Ic, aril lenient, leaae un,l otberdlapualtlm
Ullilcr Un |irui|.liiiiH iif tin. " l.iui'l Arl.'
Ilin.. iiimitliN udi-i-Hi.. .Ind-nf Ihr Ilrsl |illli-
Ui'.illii'i .,i tin   im In- |„ in,, mill h mil.in
uii/riii': provided,however, Uml InallcnaM
where landa nre an until, pre-empted, li'iim-il nr
olherwlae allennti il bv Inn IJovemmonl, mul
ireanbaoqueiitly in I, u|k-h tbeiarvoyof
tlit- oiliiniiiiii nml Wnlerti Itnllwny uom*
panv'i bloeki, tnllowholly nr in imri. wiih-
Iti ...-.i-i! blooka, in-ii Un, |,..r..in-- nn iii',| ilium
-i-.-ii iniiiin nun poqulre iiir r ni!" thereto
h-iun ihe Railway Company, who havoagreefl
t" ileal wiib sni'h iiurchnaora, pre-omptora,
ipnifCH, i*ic.,-iin IheNitiiif terma nnm <*<>n<iItimi-.
»*i Hip Uovernmeni would umii-r inn provl*
floiiaorilie *- I.iiiiiI Ai'l,"i'xci|il in respect In
llinlirr lui.ils mi tin. i ■niiipiiiv'B bloollli wlili'h
-luiii in'mii.ji. i in ihoregttlotloaiinned by
tin. Company relative to id" "iniiim nf limber
on iii" i.'oiiimiiiu nml Weatern iiniiwuv ijnni
ilruiii.
W. h. num.:.
Deputy Comralaatoner oi i.n ndi 4 Work a I
Land* nml Wot us Department,
Vlotorli.L.a,Aird febnur**,iiki-i.      /v^J
IROH
UP.
$75
TOWNSI rfi ACJENT
HENEY PL0YD
Rf.VIiLSTOKt, B. C.
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BEATON. B.C.
r ISITORfl iirrivmu at Boston (thn thresho) I of the UrJoa i
vis Arrowhead, will find ibis Ibn'l to be fullv equipped
tor li(uii-clan ttade. UxceJleut necominodatlon. A well
appolntad and spaoloiis dining hall, Tho best ol Wines, Spirits
an.K Igars. I-ersonal stipervlslon is given to tho ronuireinonts ol
patrons, \isitors to the lardoau can rob on cotnfortal thlsbotol
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop.
-    . L_x__S<^ij       ,       igodftcMH I     4
^-^^^kihi— ■ FERGUSON HOTEL
""^cf*?"-
The noted home for travellers visiting
Ferguson, B.C.
A well itooked Unrof the oholoatl Liqours, Wines, etc.
MoDor-ine-.ll & Block        _       Proprietors.
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egal Notices.
Iii M'l.l.N'ql KMT CO-OWNERS
f'uil.ii' Kim. anil J. \V. Smith or to
niiii-iii'Vi-r the/ they may huve
insferred their Interest in tin*
I uple l i'nf" mineral claim,situated
^Hi the south east side of Poplar ere ik
^■tel about two nml u half milei Irom
■[m nn ml, nf il,- creek, in the Trout
Hi.:,-- Mining Division of Wait Koot-
Hny.
|Hll    '•   I .'ii-!-.  i.. lifn -I   Hint  I, Arthur
^HmI:-'mii   co owner with you in the
Hh.ii!'   Leaf"  mineral claim  above
UK- j- !   have performed lubor ami
^B'" expeinliture on the said claim to
extent of tloo.oo, 'under tlm proms afseetlon -I "f the Mineral Act,
rler  to  holil   siii.l   claim,  uml the
fm « hii'h said iaiior wiih perforn ed
expenditure mail" having expired,
horeby give yon notice to contribute
proportion of such expenditure,
you   are  further notified that if ut
expiration of !I0 ilave ol publication
I-. f yon fall or refuse to contribute
r proportion of Ihe expenditure so
Ic, to_.il. r with all costs of adver-
iij.-. your interests in the oaiil claim
become veited in  me under ami
of
NOTIt K  TO CO-OWN KM.
To T. It. Davey, nr to my person or
nerioni to whom he may have :uin-
ferred his Interests.
'lake Notice, | tho undersigned co-
owner with vou in the (Win mul Dave)
mineral claims situate about four i*.i!>-*-
above I erguson on Smith 1 ork
creek in tha Trout Lake uiiniug
division of West Kootenay district . •
province of British Columbia haved ne
the required work on the ibove-n
tioned mineral olalml for the years 1908
nml I'.nii in order to hold the same under lection IM of the miueial net, und if
«ithiu tlOduyi of this notice you fail or
refuse to contribute your portion il
such expenditure for work done, together with the cost ol this advertisement,
your Interest iu the said mineral claimi
will become the property ol theiub-i
scribed under section 4 of the Mineral
Act Amendment Act of 1900. Dated p'
Trout l.nke this 24th dav of Ma:, i    05.   I
8. DANEY,
213*H5. Coownei
500 CorxL;
Skbwood
FOR SALE....
Apply:
'lorMyCii
T  	
BerIinerGram»n;phona
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r*fr-s w_^j______-__
i l i erguson , minim Sioie ; i r.
Lake, Pom Office ; alio at Beaton, Cm
uplix and Arrow head,
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
FIRST-CLASS BAR,
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
Balmoral Hotel
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Visitors in Ferguson may rely upon the very beat ol
accoini lation nl this well-known hotel    Rooms are
well furnished Uitoughout,   The liar is stocked with
a choice assortment of palatable quenchers.
_        Under the Management of S. Slinzer
Royally Jftaael
I:ancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin   Board, World's
>   Mining News.
f New Records. II g L, MORAND, -  PROP.
tXgtmt for tne tr dean:      ! .	
J. C. Murray
"uii.U D.C.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
K'l.'  rillVfl    NKW    AMI     I'lllHT.CI.Asy,   IN   AI,I,   UKS1
Fare  Proof Safe
Tin: house Ik Blocked y/ltii me t'-.--s*. Win,") an I "l.aM n    th.- in irt-t.
r r>
rrout    Lake
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
CERTIFICATE OF I.MI'ROVKMKN
Iviriui' of provisions ol
Mineral Act, niueinleil
Bection H
Act ItHHJ.
ted at PoplarCieek, B.C., Dec.81,'04.
RTHUfi ti. JOHNSTON, Co-owner
1905.
It,
sit
NOTIOE.
Bunset, Joseph, Maud and Anna Miner ,
al Claims, situate iu the TrontLake
Mining Division, West Kootenay Dli
tnr'     where   located:—Situate on
the Ni-th Fork of Lardeau creek in
the  i'rovieec of  Itritiab   Columbia,]
shoot one mile above Circle l.'itv.
iTake Notice that I, Charles W. He -
ICroasan. of the City of Los Angeles,
| California, Free Miner's Certificate Ki ,
B67793, intend rixiy day* Irom the date!
hereol toapply to tne Mining Recorder
I for a Certificate ol Improvement! fori
the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant
'of the above claims
And  further  take notice that action
under section 37 must be commenced
idChsrl ittenburg mineral claims before the mauancoof suchCiiiiticate
about 3 miles m t south-west „■ improvements.
Dated this Srd day April, aj>. 1MB.
S-4-0.)     CIIARl.Kt* W.McCROSSAN.
in KHT0 HKI.lNuiKM 00   OWNKR
in Parisian or to whomsoever h«
> I.nvo transferred his interest lo
Ihi  llniiii-take, I hex ami Charlutteii-
pin. ii iii end claln *■
:iki- Ni,tire that I the  undersigned
»vner *ii'h yon in tin' Homeilake,
The BEST Always !
IN FINK SHOES !
M  NING SHOES !
. HOE PACKS ! :
RUBBERS and
0VER8H0ESI
li Kit MAN  S0CK9 '
lawhal  .   a i. ;i citil you do your buying]
orllh ua,   sorton'   rbigrt. uhpn wntiUnr auy..1
iinii_ in Un Hii. ,,i in. iwini  tucalj 'i  an,or]
line.
First-Clat   in every respect.
Tbe Travelling   public carefully
taken care of.
H:il)!y & __■ • Props.
•___*
'i.n  irom Tn.ii l  Lake in what ii
.in a:- the Homestake basin in ihe J
ut  mke mining division "1  West I
itenay, have performed the necessary
kiUai.l made the necessary expeodi*
i. in the above-mentioned mineral
nn- for the vears 1900,  1901, 1903, ml
ler in bold tbe same nnder Mctioo 24
the Mineral   net. ami ilic yean fur
hi li -aid work WSS perfi.   iie.l ni.,1 ex-
i.iiiiiiH made having expired, I here-
.   r.m  notice that il within 90
yi fr.nn 'he tirat publication hereof
ii fail or refuse to contribute yourpre-
rtionate share of luchexnenditureand
v ihe   i'i.-ti of tin." advertisement,
ir interest in the tai.l mineral claimi
III become tbe property of the under-
neil under am' by virtue of section 4
the  mineral    BCt   amendment  act
KM.
Hated nt Trout  lake thii 7th .lav.,'
laiCll, I90S 1 HANK l.AMUlllS.
j.Mar.10.li". di i inner
F. N. Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland,     -      •      -     B*c*
£. Ferguson & Oo.
Wholesale dealers in Wines, Ii<|to i
mil Cigars   Agents for 1'ubst Beer.
NELSON, B, C.
Lardeau
Hotel
Bf*€L
ft
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
j-sif JlIKN tiniiiug Ferguson you
i VV I    should •>••»> at tbe Laidesu
» __j    Hi.tcl.     Here   the   visitor
will   be   siirrmii.ilcd   with
limiie comforts.    Excellent
cuiMtio,     well   vinlilatcd
and    warm   room*,   will
stocked bar, end everything which
lends towsrds  making your visit a
pleasant and memorable one
Bates fiiuii ll day upwards.
Wc strivo to please our patrons.
FERGUS#N.
1 ROYAL SnOB STBI
Ne! ..>n, II. C.
R.    ANDREW    &    CO.
Mail order, ear-fully and promptly
attended to. Agent for Slater and Net*
tleton Shoes,
TirVIE   TABLE
S.f*. ARCtlliP or S.S. LARDEAU.
Running' between Arrowhead, Ilea-
ton and Comaplix. cunimoncinjr Oeto-
•«•■• U'li, I'.i'.l. will ftail ns follow*:.
areathcr permlttln**.
Leavinn Arrowhead for Ren ton and
Comap'ix, twL-edally- luk and Mc.
Leuvint; Beaton am! Uomnpltx for
Arrowhead, twice daily—!:13k ami
I2;4'ik. Making close eonuectliins
with all C. I'. I;. Si.au'.i'i*. unii u.iins.
The owners reserve the r,_ i*. to
chmge times of sail 11_ l without
noi ice.
Tke Umpire Lumber Co., Limit. I.
Ihe Review
is the best.
Advertising
3<Mum
*Sa    /? *»*"
in the
Kcofcenays.
Ifc Has the
Largest
Circulation.
Is Under tlie same tbuia_n__t.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lfike Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at TrouL Lake.
LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   a
K. A^k-mmmmm—       ■ ...—.■-■■-  --"-"--""-————- —'"■ ■ ■       '    ■      ■—■ -- ■   -  ■■■--——
Jean Simpson,      Proprietor.
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TACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
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.
FERGUSON - - B. 0.
CITY
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•HERE have been fortunes
imiile   Iiy judicious  invest-
...«•"•'"'"'• In l*''a' Estate, und
more fortunes will be made then
ever t re ti• xi two or three years.
The one who rcapt* the harvest is
t'ie original investor, for lie has
his tnmicy on a certainly.
Now 'et us point ntit to yotl that
there i* no belter spot on 'he Con*
tine nt in buv 1. a! rCstate than
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake i.-* the pi ttiest •*-.*••■'
i-i tlie K"ntciiiiy; as* a pleastiro
ir. irt it has ni equal. Boating
mil Qshitig mar lie Indulged in
the yiar round; while bin game
ill .-I'mril nice in tiilhf fund nil
the bills. lis climate in superb,
t'lere. bi ing no ureal extremes, il
b-iii|* mild in winter and cool in
summer. Ii can boast of sunc nf
iho Boast hotels ami residences In
British Columbia, its st cols are
well laid out and graded. There
nt'* two excellent general atoris,
and a giauce at the advertisements
in 11mm journal will show that all
trades are fairly well represented.
Write   wilh  cnnli li'iice tn A'.i'litH.
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H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
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Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS-
Make your
sekction at
once.
a.
I a
Then call on
or   write to
J»B
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f lias never bnd a " boom "—its
growth bus been steady. It is
the lo'iul of navigation, and
the I. rmiial if tbe I.anlo branch
of the C.P.R. All rosdl (in the
Lardeau) lead to Trout Lake. It
is the commercial cntrc cf tbe
licbtst ini:iernl district on thu
funtiiiciit. and has banking facilities provided by the imperial
Ihmk of Canada : first-class school
accommodation under the direction nf 8. Shannon, 15.A. \ a good
water m'Mcui ; government oSoes :
County Court sitiing**; Methodist
Rpiscopa] and Anglican churches
and i'i tlsgu hospital.
There arc valuable ranch lands
nn tbe outskirts awaiting settlers.
its lumber resources are magnificent, ami a band saw mill with a
capacity nf uo.ooo ft. per day is at
t'c Lead if tbo lake. The mines
tributary arc proving nut bigger
producers every year, with n«w
prospects opening upnch bodies nf
ore
There will be a big rush this
summer, mi if you would know
more, write at once to eltbei of
the agents at the nddresBcs below..
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
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__|
..
Joto Printing of every description wall be faethfully executed atJihejH^
(. ;■'-'•   ' -^.:^— : = =* == | — —
ft. v^BOGBLAKB^ftEW^HOTE
aii]ter
Decorator
TROUT   LAKE
II. (3,
iDP
rHORFJBS ,v CO parted
making Rodn Water in
Vancouver in I •*s'1 Bin< o
then they buill branches
in Victoria and Nelson,
nnd me iin| roving ev< ry
season.
Do you buy Soft I!
from "THORPE'S " "
Thorpe (§b Co
Limited,
N&LSON, B.C.
TROUT LAKE, Q. C.
■I TT -    _______
BAR WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Jquors ami Sigars
Large Comfortable. Rooms
Excellent Cuii ine.
LEGAL..
FREP C. ELLIOTT,
BABBI8TEB, NOTARY
PUBLIC, l.TC,
Trout Lake, II. 0.      and Ferguson.
adder) & Levesque
Props
I-SSS'i,
Sale: Lots $15 !>*'d 3fi
ol ... 17, Trout Lake. Apply fo
Mr.*'. .1. H. German, 605 University
St. Seattle. Wash.
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
IVntch-ropairing,   eta    All work
Guaranteed,
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE    I IONEEB
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack an I .Cartage Horses Always Tor Hire.
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
++4+-S **^
Daily s-t'i.i- leaves   Beaton al IS i'cIocI  forTronl Lake Fi*rgn«on and Camborne.
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake fur Boat in at 7 n in.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake, Beaton, FerguBou auJ Camborne
Imperial Bank of Canada.
H, ad Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorised, $4,000 I
Capital [paid np] - 3.000.000
Best   *      -      ■    3,000,000
Branches in the Northwest Territories, P a of British Columbia, Manitoba,
' ntano ni I Q
T !:. MEBBtTT, President. D. R. WIT.KIE, Vlcc-Prcs. and Gen. Man.
I-:. HAY, Assistant Qen. Manager.      \V. MOFFAT, Chlel Inspector
oaflisBM, MLaMC-pB,D»Bood*
Trout    Lake.    B.    I". .-lranch-A    U-ntrat    Baaklng    l'u«fnr.«    Tran»act«J.
Bavingi u ipartment—Deposits reci ived nml interest allowed.
Drafts Sold available In all parts nt Cenai
i ...::.-,! Hlatca and Buropo.
Special alti   Lou i;i>.ii i'i i 1U1 tl      and ' "*' *•*'■'•'•">
Manage
•NOTK K.
nhisller,    Vaneonrer,   and] Imperial
Limited, mineral claims sit late iu ;*i»-
Trout Lake Mining Division ol West
Kootenay district.
Where located:—On Gainer Creek,
Take  notice thnt  I, ,1. Z. Hall, tne
miner's certificate No, B71631,  intend
alxtv days afi-r date hi reof, I   i
: .■ Minini* R« i rder li -1 srtiflcati
:- for the i i      leofo] ain-
ing crown grants  f lhe store claims.
And farther i.ike notice that artim
mi ler a<vti.in   :;7  in ISt   !.••   oomm I
before the issuance ,,f snch certificate of
improvements.   Dated this 27th day oi
.'.'•nl. A. V.. ]'■• .
May.5'0,'. J.Z.HALL.
you want to SELL
you want to BUY
Correspond,with the
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
ivest vera! i •-   I Proper*
ties listed on which good term
can he bad!
Lerdeau Mines Exchange,
■ R< view " Building.
Trout Lake, B.< .
Started & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS to Batter,
Eggs,   Clu'ce,   Prodsee   nnd   Frail
l!..u«!nn Bk., Josephine 81 Net ten, B.C
Geo, a, MoCarter, J   A. Hero*
A. M     I'liikliiini.
HARVEY McGARTER & PINKHNAM
B0LI0TTOB8, Ktc.
REVCL9TOKE   B. C
Bollolton inrlni|irriai iiimii of Canada
W. 1. BBIGG8
J. M. BCOTT, i.i b.
Scott & Briggs
Barristers ami Solicitors
City   Drug
%e
A full Ime   of Choice stationery
Just Received
A3 Qkf\ SCHOOL SUPPLIES, PROPRIETAHYMEDlci|.Es
/\Lr-JV) TOILET APTICLES, ETC. PRESCRIPTION Work
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY    CASH.
Solicitors for Holson'i Hunk.
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
CUMMINS
liciifi-il S|.ir».    Kiill I.Ine
of Canned floods, Prniti
in Haaaon. HigiiHsortiiii'iii
Oi Smokers' tiapplles.
i ill'.rc oftlio Hlg lli'iul Trlr|i|inni. i'n
FERGUSON
Get your
Stationery and
Job Printing at T&
Mining Review	
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, BO.
Best Hotel in Town,
Mpters for KM. and Cammercial H
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,    FROFPIET? __
Accountant,     ....      Auditor.
J. O. MURRAY,
rBOl :  LAKE, B.
ro   panys1 Inti rests, carefully
looked afti i.
*„••■'.  f-.r Hi Intxman'i i lai a*
G"R     ^RofTl/l   A(iiA'T FOR niANT POWDEB
i    JJi    UdlliU   FUSE AND   CAPS.
W.  Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a Home
l-or   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Rent —»
EASY TERMS.
LennoxvIHe
>—- -Hoi
E. MOBBS. PROP.
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
GERRARD
B C
■-.«■•
5
■-■ CM
0K
m
JCarbcrShop
LESSEE  of the ALEXANDRIA HALL
vT»l. Westlall & Co.    >FERGUSON,   8. @.   5
	
ost Office*  Block,
Main Street.
■i .
Rcj    rl.-.! . i:i,
'■'      -        I       ■
' Packing ar "
aTassatfng =    Freighting
rf*j^_rf?_jC/_.-. -.:■ -.:• •
r7TL«ke,B.c. :; Packing and   Ferzuson packin^:
i -
i?t >:_r(*
and
Transfer   Outfit.
Golil or Bilver |1 60
Qold .iii-i Bilvor f_ 00
Silver and Lead	
; oppei        ]   |Q
Ziiw  ? j 50
Coatracu enti red into for packing of Mining Suppllea, otr.
t'i any point in tbe district.
Q . "i. promptaervice, and any nurk ondertaken ouaranteed
- Factory,
•
Ferguson.
K13U5UIM,        S. Daney, Prop.
PHRQUSONB.C    '   •"  "" '• ■:• w WWi'-'i   • ;..- .-   •;•..;
SURVfYORS.
0.BN WILKIE, P.L.S.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Atlner.il Clai.tii .^nrvcyrd
and Crown liranls Obtained
iii-M.i.-..   n, ti i:....r,i ■
I   '     I l.ilkr. II   C
A. R. HEYLAND,
I'ltOVI.M !AI. I AMI «l BVKTOB
Mi:i,ral Claimt Surveyad
POPLAR, K \-|o. '
W. H. Jones,
Loose   I r»i   Bindera,   Fine  Jul
Printing.
NELSON, ». C.
r
— ron a
i     Oood Shave or Hair Cut
— CAM. Oh
William Schnell.3
i i i ..I
Hot anc
...    . _• ..
id Cod Bathe
rjrnest Harrcp
Lumber
Sash    D.;ors
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for C.-sh
Poplar Creek.
-,^.-/<». «•.,'.-..'"';..'.    ...
riiuft   I.AKK   LODQ1   I, O.o. f
NO. 41
<6*V AV_W       . **" ll     -
^■-y^Ti^   anoordkall) trulooma
j. H.Beott.N.8, ii & MommtiT, [;,u-s,r
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No89
A P. «\ A.M.
8rd   Tlitn-hilnj each
lllolith
Vial I ore Welcome
ti Forddre., See., H. McPheraon, W.M,
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F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOW
CA5H   PKKES   PAID
■
\i%-
30c 40c 50c
60c 70c
$1.00
Per Pound.
Meft_WI_|
P.Burn3&Cc
'wholesale ami be hi
Meat
Merchant
Pculerain .ill biada of Freeh Mrti
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
The B. C. ASSAY and ( H -HICAL
SUPPLY (:,,., Ltd
ViKootrvia, U. c.
Headqnartere tor Assay era, Mining and
Mill -n| pin -    .   igeiid j„ j-  ('•   f(ir
Morgan ( ruclble Co, Batti reea Kng-
iiiin!: )•'. W, Itriiiin ,. c, i PatentCary
rornaces. Bnrners, mc, i Wm. Ains*
Aonli \ Co.'a Kim Balan i - i Ic,, etc.
. ^-».
A. G. FRASE2US Store Tront Lot
B.C.
Ihe Nelson
Brewing Co.
Brewers of
Fine   Lager  Beer
and Porter
R. Reisterer (_■ Co.    -   Props
WOOD    VALLANCE    HAHD
WARE CO   LTD
lliinliviirn, Miners' Bupplles, BU»W
nn i r;.-111(.-I-.*.
NELSON   B   C

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