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VOL. i
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C.,   HARCH 3, 1905.
No. xi.
itraight Talk To
The C.P.R.
[INDIGNATION MEETING WAS
HELD TO DISCUSS CLOSING OF TRANSPORT.
SUGGESTED REMEDY
By Means oi Long-Deferred Lnrdo
Railway Extension to the
Hear! of  the   Lake.
Mr. Spohn arrived during the
week from Strathcona, and hereafter will he found at the teller's
wicket at the Imperial Hank.
Frank anil Mjw. A hey returned
home Thursday night from a visit
to the coast cities,
In connection with the ever re-
|_ivring trouble ol keeping the lake
open during the winter and spring,
would it not be a paying proposition for the O.P.R. to extend their
road to the head of the lake ? The
running of the train to Trout Lake
would not entail any extra expensi
for rolling stock or train crew. A'
it would cost extra would he the
iiiaintainance of the roadway. O
the other hand the bout servb
would be done away with entirely.
We venture to say that it has not
cost less than at the rate of $6000
per annum for the running of the
boats ami the expense attached
thereto since thc C.P.R. took hold
oi the service. This means interest
at 4 per cent, on a capital of
1160,000. The Dominion government grant for the part already
built was $:1.000 per mile, and we
do not doubt but same would be
granted for the extension.
The cost of building the necessary is miles of road would not exceed |15,0C0 per mile, or in totnl
$270,000. As an offset thev have
tho two items above pointed out
which amounts to $204,000. Another feature which would s„va_hi-
road a big thing annually is Unbundling ■ f every |KUimi of freight
cither coming or going at Oerrard,
whereas if ears were run through
to Trout Lake  the employes of the
C.P.R. would not  be required to
handle any of carload lot* at all.
as the transfer men would load ami
unload themselves. In plain
words, when freighter Dane; was
loading ore he could put it into the
car ; nnd when unloading salt, for
instance, would take it off himself
As it is now it has hi be handled
from the car at Gcrrard to the
boat, and off the boat into the warehouse at Trout Lake by railroad
employes. The same applies to
ore going out.
Now. gentlemen of the C.P.R.,
get in and figure this out for yourselves and see  how it   stands, tak-
|ng in consideration the benefit
you would be doing this part of
the Country  by  giving  us twelve
month's communication with the
outside world.
A representative meeting ol the
citizens and tradesmen of the district was held iu the Oddfellows'
Hall -ni Wednesday evening last
to discuss tbe transportation problem. J. ('. Murray was elected as
chairman and Wm Adams secretary. After spirited debate a very
strong resolution was unanimously
adopted, ami a committee to carry
nut specified instructions were
elected. _
TO SOME SUBSCRIBERS.
This week we are making drafts
on a number of subscribers for
their annual subscription. We
iiml that our patrons like this
method far better than thc old one
of having to write a letter, go to
the post or express office, buying
an order ami mailing it, in fact
going to a lot of trouble which is
eliminated by the draft system.
Wo pay the exchange ; all you
have to pay is the *2.
Trusting we will have none of
them returned, we arc,
Yours truly,
Ml'KllAY  &■   A'lllKllTON,
Fretl Mills has now taken charge
of the work at the Lucky Hoy.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Adams enine
in from their ranch last week to
upend the remainder of the winter
in town. They were accompanied
by brother Fred, and together they
will reside in the residence vacated
by J. Dimmiok, which they have
purchased outright along with all
the household effects. Though
it is only six years since tlie two
brothers left Staffordshire in the
mother country to try their fortunes in a new land, their success
is a striking example of what
any other Englishman may do in
our glorious country if he at once
adopts himself to his new surroundings. The fine vegetables and
fruits with which they kept the
town supplied last year is a sulli-
cient guarantee of their future success as producers and neighbors.
The Metropolitan Company Will
Have a Busy Season at
The Triune Mine.
50 Men Will be Put to Work on this Famous Pro-
perty in the Middle of June Next.
$42,000 from   Shipments.
Trying a Bluff.
THE O.T.P. WANT THE PROVINCE TO RENDER THEM
ASSISTANCE HY (JIVING
LAND GRANTS.
Mr. Morse, general manager of
tho Grand Trunk Pacific, said at
Victoria last Sunday that he had
lv-en a_S*__I that n.° 11 result of the
issuing of the Grand Trunk Pacific
pr >SpectUl in London, subscription
for ten times the amount asked
had been received from the public.
Heja'so said " 1 am only sorry
that the people of British Columbia have not signified a desire to
oo-operate with us to the extent of
giving assistance in tlie way of
laud grants, that would justify at
this time our taking up the subject
of early construction at this end.
I think it is generally known that,
in order to build the road in a
most economical manner, ami to
do justice to our shareholders by
obtaining the railroad at a minimum cost, it will be to our advantage to work from east to west. Of
course, in doing this, the expenditure! n British Columbia, compared
with that which would lie made if
we built from west to east, would
he materially reduced. It is, however, for the people uf British Columbia to say whether or not they
can afford to make it possible for
us to depart from the methods we
are now following in reference, to
the construction of the new transcontinental line."
[Notwithstanding the glowing promises made prior to the repent
general election that work would
start from both ends of the G T.P.
thev now try to hold up B.O. for
a big land grant under tho threat
of building all from the east,
thereby shutting this province
out of any benefit that might
accrue from the building of the
rond—Ei>1
Mr. J, R. and Mrs. Benson left
Thursday morning for their new
home in Strathiona. It is safe to
say that few men ever left town
that were parted with as unwillingly hy the residents and bust-
men as " Hob" was, and we are
sure the feeling was reciprocated.
We wish him unalloyed prosperity,
and trust that the next move he
has to make will Ik* to return to
Trout Lake as manager.
J. J. Langstaffe has secured a
contract for cutting timber for the
mill at 5-Mile.
Mr. R. IL Rattey has returned
from the East, where he attended a
meeting of the Metropolitan Gold
and Silver Mining Co. The meeting was very harmonious, and all
the shareholders felt the ultimate
outcome could not be anything
but success.
Mr. Hattey has returned full of
vim and vigor for the carrying out
of the comprehensive plan of development he has been following
during the past year. Until thi.-.
gentlemen took the management it
was a matter of getting out ore,
very often to the detriment of the
property. lie, however, recognized the fact that if there was a
mine to be made out of the property, systematic development
would have to he done. It might
be opportune at this time to give a
short sketch of the work done and
the plans laid out for the future.
At 7,800 feet above sea level,
where the ore was first discovered,
it was in an almost inaccessible
place, and ojierations could only
he carried on for a very short time
during the summer each year.
Tunnel No. I was run in to tap tlie
ore a short distance down, from
which considerable ricli ore was
taken out. 130 feet further down
tunnel No. 2 was run in to tap tin
chute, ami an upraise made to tunnel 1. From a small crosscut made
from this upraise 31 tons of ore
were laken out, which gave average values of $133 l>er ton. In
this tunnel a large hotly of concentrating ore was opened Up, and
about 1,200 tons stored in the
drif's.
last, ami on the 1st of January
reached its objective point, 416feet
from  its mouth, which shows re-
A very pleasant time was spent
at the social held under the auspices of the Ladies of the Methodist Church on Friday night at the
residence of Mrs. J. Johnson.
Cal. Garrison arrived home from
the Halcyon Hot Springs on Wednesday feeling   much better as the
result of the trip.   Joe Kirkpatriok
will not return for another week.
He is feeling very much better and
trusts to be entirely recovered by
that time.
According to the Camborne
Miner ihe townspeople of Beaton
niarkably good work. A careful]are after tbe scalp of gold commie-
estimate matte of the ore practi- sioner Fred Fraser. Go to him.
cally in sight now above this level: His life lias been a bed of roses,
gives approximately 360 tons of and a few thorns mixed up in it
concentrating ore worth 848.000, i will make him frisky,
ami 5,500 tons of concentrating ore i Jirn Uvin&Uma was down from
worth $82,500. Ferguson today   on  business  in
The workings are well supplied ,conncction with his properties.
It looks as if  the  mild weather
Mining   Activity
in Lardeau.
OPERATIONS   EVERYWHERE
WILL HE ON  A VERY
EXTENSIVE SCALE.
MILLS   WILL   GO    UP
will be the means of destroying the
ice In the rink. Tlie last few days
the rink has resembled a swimming
hath.
There is scarcely
at Rcaton.
anv snow now
We Karn that Squire Thompson
with iron cars ami steel tracks,
and in the different drifts, upraises and tunnels 38 men will be
put to work about June 15th next.
On thc 1st of October last another, or No. 4 tunnel, was started
175 feet further down, and on thc
15th of February was in 303 feet.
Anot! er .".00 will, however, have to
lie driven, when an upraise will he o{ BL.aton ig trying'to v:\\ out.
made connecting with  the upper j	
The Rihlet tram,  for  which a   Cup ClOSeS DOWn
contract  has  been   let,  will  start 	
from the mouth of this tunnel and  AN    EARLY     HREAK-l'P   OF
connect with thc wagon road be- 1    WINTER     RENDERS    THIS
low- j STEP IMPERATIVE—SNOW-
The   mine   is   now    connected c. ,,.,_ Tttu. „.„,,,,
,,        ,    , , ...».,. Bt___SJ  lllhi 1,AIjej11i.
through  from the mouth of  No. ,J
tunnel  to  the  surface, and when,
No. 4 is completed  and connected '
with No. 3 it will greatly facilitate s'lvt'r Cup mine, when with the
mining operations. break-up of the hard weather came
Altogether this coming summer U **l08t disastrous snowslide, has
there will he about 60 men em- •**» profited by, as the company
ployed, 38 on ore and 12 on dev.l- recognizing tlie grave danger ever
optnent and other work. When existing from this cause promptly
No. 4 tunnel is coinpletod then- i decided this week that operations
will be close to 40J feet of ground111 Uieir famous property should
Ijist  years'   exjierionce   at  the
to work on  in  which  the ore is
cease until  safety   was practically
opened  up, and  practically none assured.
taken out. i     Indications  of   thc approach of
Preparatory steps have been :*u early spring are in evidence, as
This ore, it is estimated will run J taken for the proposed coneetitra- •everal minor slides have already
from $15 to $40 per ton. 180 feet ting mill, and experiments in occurred in this vicinity. Old-
fuither down Tunnel No. 3 was analysis for succesful treatment of Oiuers aver that the present winter
run, and at a distance of 375 from tbe low grade base ores will be 's a total'y different one to anj-
its mouth ran into a body of high-j made as soon as communication hitherto experienced. It was in
grade ore which continued for a | with the mine and thc outside wor'd l1"-' afternoon of April 14th last
dis'ance of 40 feet, where an up- ig established. when the disastrous snowslide took
raise was made to No. 2 tunnel. Al $42,000 has been received by the place, in which the company
large amount of good concentrating I company fo£ shipments to date. achieved heavy financial less by
ore was also opened up. This tun-1 The Triune is an infant, but we reason of the demojishing of the
nel was started on the 1st of August I believe she will jirove a wonder.       baby   tram   and   other   valuable
assets'.    On   this occasion a young
Off to California.
An old-timer in the person of
Hugh Brown left this week for
California. Hugh during the past
four years has had charge of the
Mountain Lion, Consolidated, and
Lucky Hoy properties, and filled
the hill in every respect. He goes
now to take charge of property
being worked by the Cataract Gold
Mining and Power Co. who are
operating near longville, Cal. 1 he
offices of this company are located
in Minneapolis, and is ollieered by
the gentlemen who at one lime
oontrolhd the destinies of the
Mountain Lion Co. here, viz.
Messrs. J. N. Greer and (J. M, Maxwell, We wish Hugh all success
in his now position.
Before leaving the Lucky Hoy,
Mr brown was asked into the
commodious dining hall of the
company, where the whole mine
force was gathered Mr. E. R.
Vipond In a neat speech tendered
on behalf of the employes gathered
there, regret at his departure, and
presented him wilh a handsome
watch as a token of their esteem,
and wishing him all kinds of success in his new work. Mrs. Hrown
and son Archie accompanied him.
Exciting Hockey.
What was aptly described as an
"electric match" was played in
the Trout Lake rink on Tuesday
night. The competing factions
were Ferguson and Trout Lake,
and although several meetings between the twin cities have already
taken place there was no lack of
enthusiastic partisanship.
The game on Wednesday night
was essential y spee'aeu ar, supporters of both teams expressing
satisfaction at value received. The
game was a gentlemanly exposition
of hockey, ami at the end of a clean,
exciting game 2 goals each was
the score. It was agreed to play
an additional ten minutes each
way, and refreshed by the rest the
teams fought* like demons for the
mastery. In this additional time
Trout Lake scored three goals, and
Ferguson two, leaving the home
team victorious by 5 to 4.
Teams : Forgusou —- H. Smith,
Sliuger, McCorvie, Thompson, Por-
tcous, Cliffe and Snell.
Tro\lt Lake—Robinson, W. Crawford, Bohulie. Toll, Woods, Vipond,
and E. Crawford.
L. Ilillinan, referee.
Wc learn that an effort is being
made to get a match on with Revelstoke at an earlv tlMe.
T
man named Jos. St. Arniand lost
his life.
On Thursday last the mine was
closet! down and the crew paid off.
A large number have been transferred to the Nettie L., and it is
saitl that an additional force will
go up as soon as they can be
placed.
It is confidently hoped that the
snowslide will not be of such area
and f rce as last year by reason of
the lighter fall of snow thus far.
The Silver Cup Mines, Ltd. have
had their troubles, and their persevering qualities compel us to
express the hope (hat they have
seen the end of them.
The school was opened on Wednesday last after being closed down
for nearly a month. The trustees
have secured the set vices of Mr.
Sain Shannon, who is well-known
as a capable teacher. The seats
will lie removed shortly into the
new buildjng and enough new ones
added to give ample accommodation for the scholars. The Superintendent of Education has put himself on record as saying that when
WO reach the average attendance of
50 we will get the second teacher.
That number of children are in
town, and we trust all parents will
see tin necessity of prompt and
steady attendance on the part of
the children.
At   Poplar,   Ten-Mile and Otlwr
Points, and Success is Now
Practically Assured-
It had to come !
All over the Lardeau country
everything looks good /or the coming season. Arrangements are being made by many companies for
the introduction of machinery, and
we have every reason to believe
that it will he a season of lug work
and good results.
At Camborne the Eva people are
making arrangements for the installation of a compressor plant.
The last clean-up of this property
was close to $3,000. The Elwood
Tin Workers Co are also installing
a compressor plant. Work on the
saw-mill and development is now
being pushed vigorously. The
Mammoth group owners are putting up a development fund of
$40,000 wijth which to put the pro
perty in shape for ihe economical
working of thc property. 100 tons
of concentrates have been sacked
and will be shipped from the
Oyster Group to tlie Trail smelter.
It is the intention of the owners of
this property to double their mill
capacity this spring.
As will be seen in another column the Triune people will put on
•50 men early iij the season and
push work vigorously. While the
Silver Cup has shut down at present il is only for a tew weeks, um
til the danger of snowslidesisover..
At the Nettie L. development work
is being pushed by a big crew of
men. In a few weeks work will lie
started on the big tunnel scheme.
We understand all of the stock has
been taken up which provides am-
pis capital for the working of this
big proposition. The Mohican
crew are driving .1 long tunnel
which will be completed by the 1st
of June. The Lucky Hoy is showing up better than ever, and the
working staft increased as tho
ground is being opened up. So far
an average of a car of ore a month
is being taken out, averaging $150
per ton. It might be said in connection with this property that
only the ore met with in the course
of development is being taken out.
The Horse Shoe is proving a good
thing for the lessee, and a good
shipment will be made as soon as
navigation opens.
At Poplar tilings are brightening
up. Harney Crilley is authority
for tlie statement that a 40-stamp
mill will be put in for the Lucky
Jack and Swede groups early in
the spring, which will make these
famous properties big pnxlucers
Active development is planned for
the Pluto, Marcus and Gilbert
group, Calumet and Hecla, Hrokeu
Hill group and numerous others.
The Broken Hill Co. have the erection of a mill at Rapid Creek under
consideration, which will greatly
facilitate the operations of numerous other good properties in tho
immediate neighbourhood-
The bonding of the Winalow by
Bruce White is also going to prove
a factor in the success of the district. A large amount of work lias
been done on the Silver Plate during the winter which has shif./n up
well. Over the divide, the Consolidated Co., according to latest
advices, are preparing to go to
work with a largo force on the Old
Gold, Primrose and Treadwoll.
The promoters of the recently
! incorporated   Reward   Mining ami
Smelting Co.. who are driving the
I long tunnel this summer, are ex-
j peoted to arrive in Ferguson on 01
about the 15th inst. iWBHKHmmJmmmBm^^mtB^BBBi
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The   LARDEAU  MINING
REVIEW*
Is rrlnlcJ nt Trout Imket'lly, nun Published
ul Kiii-xusiiii u.jil Trout l.uk.' every l-'rhluy. i
'I'n-' i'Mlliir diios not hold himself rpapons
lila for tin- opinions uf oorreapimdeuta ox-
preaaod in in oolumn.
All loc-iils will bo chanjcj nt tll6 rutu of 16 I
nents per llni-, Urol Inaorunn, iiml 10 ceiuu poi':
lino each -...!... ..ui'iii liisi-i ii..!i
Tennnfiir'1'raiiKli'iii mid other advertising]
will tip made known on iipplifiiltnii ul ollli-o
Subiorlpl ion S'.'.Un ii rem'. In advautM,
MURRAY (_ ATHERTON Publisher* \
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i >:ir iepr ■aeututivH had1
view with the new bank i
Mr. Uaker, during tlie'wuk. He
said he was much pleasod wilh Ihe
outlook for mining during tho
coming Benson. Mr. Baker, while
new lo Trout Lake, 1ms put in n
number of years in tho Imperial
Hank at Revelstoke, and naturally
b- wry oonversRnt with operations
. n here, and think" liters Is
no doubt as to the future success
of the Lardeau Mining Division,
l'_iii_ij i     _j_.   ij_|.a.i.'.niu..ui.i|..i ...mi
,_?,;; I StavRes & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS in Butter,
Egg*. Clieo.>e, Produce ami Fruit,
Houston Bk„ Josephine St. Nelson, B.C
m
Tne visit of tho Amei'cau Institute of Mining Engineers to B.C
is approaching fast. Wo oxpea
to bine a hu.ich of tlnun down in
this part of the distriot, and w<
announced soveral weoksagot n
the !>' bv •■ Bee would be opon
for the r - '"1 ( shibit o
samples. It will bo impossible fo
these gi iillemen to v\ it ail prop
. rties, a id a go '.I rssi rtraei I i
on a v. I ii h description of the pro
perty would be of hen. fit to ua all
Come on with your Bam pies,
The mooting on Wednesday
.right was a move in the right dir
ection, Although nothing mucl
was done of a practical nature i!
was n start. This matter ol' traimportation is one In which ever}
man in the diatrict is interested in,
and the only way in which auy-
t'.ing can be accomplished is b\
unity tiir j .
THE STIFF-NECKED OPPOSITION
Compare the stands taken ns to
pur province  being  n Held for investment or enterprise.
The first surplus in the history
of B. C. was announced in the
House ut the opening ns being
•2^706.88. Mr. Maed maid, the
L! ber.il leader, said In criticising
ihe statement, that it was not the
first surplus, as the Senilin-Cotton
government also had one. After
being called down by Mr, Cotton
as ti his error, lie replied: "l!
didn't matter; the McBride government hud not got a surplus
anyway."
Great statesmanship ! Anyone
would think that Mr. Maodonald
was displeased at the i.lea of having a sin plus.
The. same speaker after deplor
ing the bad state of the mining in
dnstry in lhe province owing to
tail legislation, said that the rev-
,o3uo from F.MC. had'greatly
fallen oil'—"a sure sign of ruin !''
Tuis is good advertising for onr
country v?).
Mr. McBride strongly condemned j _i %
the opposition for raising the out- flt ]&.&\/8Vi§WQf_tCG
p.-y that the  mining industry was' ,	
on the verge of  collapse, and said _.    ~  ~   ~ ~~
that such was liable to do grieyoua j1* B ^^ CH"niCAL
injurv  to a  very  prosperous in-'
dustry, and t-roi-ed the statements Hi>o.i«n«..i «.*,.. a. '       „, •
J noauquartora for Aesayera, Mining and
of tiiu opposition leader lhatthe  Mill8nppl-ts.    Bole agents in B C for
mining laws were respon-ible for ^.^ftbK^**;
retarding   ihe conn try'a develop*  Furnaces, Earners, i*tn. :   Vfm. Ains-
m.i.t. pointing out that oui lawBjworth*e°''8FiMB»-»»«*.etc.,etc.
Wt rj good enough lo bo copied in ' "
pinny respect a by other pro
pn>l oountrioe,
Iu reply to the criticism on tho
lack of railway policy of the government, Mr. McBride Baid " he
wished to teil them plainly and
emphatically that the government
was going to  movo carefully.    No
tl
The Nelson
re wing Co.
Drawer, of
Lager  Beer
Porter
_. Reisterer <_» Co.   -  Prop*.
& eo.
45 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAILORS.
W
ILL be represented in the I.ar
deau   at   regular    interval*!
throughout the year.   Orders
(or clothing wul receive close attention
Onr repretentaUve will be in TROUT
LAKE and 1 ERGUSOH in a few weeks.
We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Savs your Orders.
_ockey Stic)
for s_S_
WOOD    VALIANCE    HARDWARE CO* LTD*
Hardware, Miners' Pupplies, Stove,
aud Ranges.
NEI-SOIM, B. C.
neu iu — r '•  -—
":.,!P.Bnins&Co
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL
er
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
matter what the urging of tiio op- r_,,i„_, u .n i.-   i    r ^    . ,,
,   b wealors In »il kin-la of Fresh Meat
position might he. the government
had no sort of intention of jeopai ■•'■- ]
i/.'ng the credit of   the  country to
yield  to a popular cry ; nor did
th'-y prop'.se to give away any uf
the as«.i-ts  of thu  country unless
they   got     very    good   value   in
rituni."
DEFAULT SIMMONS.
IN I he Canity Court of Kootenay, hol.len
nt Troul l.nke, between Uobert Hml.len
mul Louis Levesque, doing business _
ii .'.- Levesque, of Trout Lake-,
B.C., hetelketnera. plaintiffs, and
i. Curtis, of Trout Lake, B.O.,
lal. - ir, lefendani,
TARE NOTICE, that unless within
eighl day. after the personal service
i this summons i>n you, yon return to
tin* Registrar of this Court at Trout
l.nke the dl.pute note below, dated
and signed by yourself (or your solicitor), and stating briefly yourgroundn
of defence to the action, you will not
afterwards be allowed to make any
defence to the claim which the plain-
liif makes on yon, n» per margin, tlie
partu ulara of which are hereunto annexed ; but the plaintiff may, without giving any proof .n support of
such rltiim. herein proceed to tinal
j i U:'irr.t nnd execution. If you return sneh dispute note to the Registrar within thotirae specified, tha Registrar will send you, by post, notice of
the lav upon which the action will be
trir.l.
Claim,  f^H.75;    Fee  for plaint and
service, $:..0J ; Costa,  nolieitors, etc.,
tit      ; Total amount of debt and coats.
: i oats nf lurnislieo, f.i. 10 ; Total
including garnishee, $89.85.
[>..-; ; this 19th day of September, HKM
F.C.CAMPBELL,
Ke-jistrar of the Court.
the Review Job Dept,
Masterson, Criffey^re
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Our Goods
Were all shipped in Las.
Fall, and are the
NEWEST AND
FRESHEST   IN
THE CAMP.
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When you want the
At Lowest Prices
Call on Us.
JS'
General
Merchants,
Tho McBride government intent', 'to carry out every pledge
i hat they have made. It is exactly
lik.t Mr. McBride to tuk.. Btrong
l*i-und on Much an important question, as the transportation problem
ami there will bo few itltclfigenl
tun! honest men in British Columbia who will jiot pgt-ee Willi him.
The government intends a* far as |
possible Iii foi'iiiulato a tuiUvny
piilicy tint will ho acceptal le lo
tin* country. The iniui or ....;-
puny who oxpectstogel assistaucc,
privileges or monopolies fo: dding
nothing will not be considered by
tiio    present   government.   Foit
Stelle Prospector.
OoiU
iiar
Hotel
,;
33* S
£i.r.jy Langhton
Proprietor.
[HEN  visiting  Ferguson you
fh'iiild sUy at the Lardeau
I j    Hotel.    Here  the   visitor
?K^Vy«j    will   h-'   surrounded   with
ne comforts.   Excellent
!______._?    cuisine,     well   ventilated
nnd    warm    rooms,    well
stocked bar,   and everything which
tentJn towards making your visit a
pleasant Rnd memorable one.
llntes fr..iii ?! day upwards.
We strive to plc.ise our patrons.
FERGUSON.
NEW
BOOKS
A LADDER OF SWORDS.
By Gilbert Parker, cloth. $1.30
THE LAST HOPE.
By II. S. Merriman, cloth, 1.50
TIIK MYSTIC SPRING.
By I). W. Biggins, Victoria. 1.50
FOSTER'S HRIDQ K' _ AN UAL
Cloth, 1.50
Btiihlinjr Tradts  Pocket Book
Business Man's Pocket Book
Mechanic's Pocket Memorandum
Three vols. 1.50
Put by the International Correspondence School at $1 each our price *1.50
NOW
in the tiiin. f.r reti to
to Buy Lots. N'evt'r were
the Pro pects t.f Ferguson
eo bright.
Q
Our rcciit Brticleson the Nettie
i... Lucky Boy, Horseshoe, Triune,
and several others, have been
p.i;.ied from Ocean lo ocean by all
the leading mining journals and
newspapers. We send out everj
we.-k over Ion copies < i the Rkvikw
Id all tiie lendiiig papeis and mining j mriials, for which wo do uol
receive auc conl. We are gratified,
hy the way, on being so extensively copied. This be :i'i ntlv* i
tiring medium for our JUtrict en
r.o'. bi heat. Your subscription i r
ail. helps us out. We are trying
to advertise thin district, aud we
want all who are interested to help
us. \\'e Iwve fulfil in lliu couiili-y,
nn I ai'.i trying In Instil that faith
in otilsiiiej-'. if you think our
efforts are worthy, get in nnd pr .m-
your (inHi by helping that medium
which you have in the Review In
reaching the nui.--iilii world.
MACKINNON and
AND
it.
We ?ave everything at our
Store   that   yaw   Require.
: The Year 1905:
Finds us at the Old Stand
striving to please you All
with QUALITY and PRICE
FERGUSON - - B. C.
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NELSON, B. C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated  Uraiuls  of   Ham, Bacon
and Kggs,
NELSON,      - B. C.
HADDEN HOUSE gtfaMS!
|)n yon nn-A a i-oiiifiirlnlili- limn.-? Ifwitry
Hi.- Mini l.n IlmiHe. Well f.n ni-li.-.l riMima
IlKliled I.y electricity, rii-xl-claa* \m»rt\. In
thrliiiryuii will Iiml all the lien iliinimlic hiiiI
lm|i»rt>*il li'in..i« mi.I clifani.
Thomas Madden. Prop*
£. Ferguson & Co.
Wliiilt'.sale (Icalem in Winea, Llquori
anil Cigara.   AgentH (or Pubgt lleer.
NELSON, B, C.
y.
Mem. OI..A.
1
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
Regular and Special Aiuliis.   Refer*
enee:   ('anmlian Hnitk of ('oninmrce.
NELSON, B.C.
ROSSLAND DIRECTORY
Lion Brewing Co.
LIMITED
Brewers of Beer & Porter.
KEPT AT ALL HOTELS.
ROSSLAND    -   -   B. C,
The Town of FE„GfJ80N
will be 0:10 of the (ir.-.il t
Ore Producing Crttiipc in the
World. The high degree of
.- .. ei-.-■* achieved by ih«.
Dumeroas WEALTHY and
PRACTICAL BRITISH ami
AMERICAN MIM.m;
COMPANIES now orjera
there in n tiihute to Un-
tremendous w alth of the hills
UJJLU ^ % *
l'liblic Sobool, Hospital, nnd
other institntions. Excellent
Waterworks avftein. Streets,
Stores and Besidi nces illu-
inined hy Ejootricity. Daily
mail uervice. Tbe town
ii admirably laid out. Gi iu
NOW on thu ground Ouer.
Lo(S can  now  be junchu-..!
PRon
$75 up- :
T0WN5IIH AOENT
FLOYD
RRVELSTOKE, B. c.
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■SITOBS arrivlni »t Beaton fths threshold of ths lardeau)
•la Arrowhsad, will find thi, Hotel to be r..uv im S
for hilb-claH trade. Ki client aceommodatloii. A wall
•PPoInted an, ap.no... dining hall. The be.i „("";, BpWt
an.l Oigars. Periona lupervTiion ii given to the requirement^,ol
patrons. Vimtor. to tbe Cardesu can rely on comfort a tthii hotel
a
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop,
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FERGUSON H©TEL
The noted home for travellers visiting
Ferguson, I'.t'.
A well stocked Bar of the choicest l.iqour., Wines, etc.
Proprietors.
MoOonm
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NOTICE  TO CO-OWNERS.
To Z. (iorilon (iolilberg and to L, Goldberg or to any  person or per.uas to
vrlimn they   may hsve  transferrctl
their interests,
'lake Notice,   1   the undersigned 00*
kwner with vou in the Little Robert ami
l.ittl« Hubert No. 2 mineral claims litu-
kled at tlie  extreme  l.aa.l  of the imi"!
ik uf IanIf.iu crook iu the Trout Liikt
sniiiiig division of  West Kootenay district »nil province of liritiah Columbia
liave done tlie required  work on the
Tbove-inentioned mineral claims for tbe
^<_r li/O.') in ouler to hold the same miller .action 2*1 of the mineral set, anil i'
viibia Wlilays of this notice you fail or
[•fun**  tu  contribute your   portion of
icb expenditure for work done, togeth-
r with the cost of this advertisement,
your Interest in the said mineral claim.
prill become  the  property of  the subscribed under section   4 of the Mineral
|Act Amendment Act of  1*00.   Dated at
I'u.ut l.ako this 7th day of October, '04.
J. C. KIRKPATRIOK,
Hi-7'04 Co-owner.
teelsis Assessment Bisl.
Notice is hereby given, in accordance
I wit I. tbe statutes, that 1 rovincial Rev-
l.-iiiH- Tax and all assessed taxes and Income lax, assessed and levied under lhe
••Assessment Act,  1903."  for the Hiv-
Jelstoke   Assessment   District, arc due
[and payable for tbe vear  r.'e.'i,  aim.
lofflcs, tiituale at the Oourt House, Kev-
itoke.    This nolice, in terms of law,
lis oijuivalent to a  personal  demand bv
ii..- upon all pei-.un. liable for taxes.
Dated st  Uevelstoke, B. C, this 3rd
lav of January. I!i0">.
FRED FRA8ER,
Assessor and Collector, Revelstoke
Assessment  District
NOTICE.
Tha ordinary annual general meeting
Lit the Old liol.l Quartz and Placer Minting Coin puny, Ltd. I.iab., will bo held
[al the office of the   Company, Trout
Ijtke. It Oi on Friday, 3rd dry of Teh-
-nary, 1905. al S o'clock, p.m.,  for the
purpose <>( electing directors for the ensuing \ear and such other  business as
may properly come before the meeting.
Itoi.ks will lie closed for transfers from
J in   "Ml., P.ni.i, until after tlie mcoting
M. P. CHESTNUT,
Dated at Trout Lake, B.C., 5th January, 11)05.
NOTICE.
Tho ordinary annual general meeting
«.f 1 he Primrose Ool.l Mining Company,
Ltd. I.iab., will ba held at tho office of
the Company, Trout Lake, B.C., on
Friday, February 3rd, l!f05, at 3 30 p.m.,
fur ib>- purpose of electing directors for
the ensuing year and such other busi-
liens i- may be properly brought before
t la-meeting.
Bunks will be closed for transfers from
Jan. 28th, r.nV), until after tha meeting,
J. M. MM.I ER,
Secv.-Treasurer.
listed at Trout I.aka, B.C., 5th day of
January, 1905.
NtilRK To UBUM«4UBtrrCO-OWNERS).
To l'nii.ii* Kisii and J. W. Smitii or to
whomsoever    they  they   may   hare
transfer rod    their    interest    ill   the
" .i ... I.< Leaf " mineral claim,aitiuitcl
on the south east sid>* of Poplar creak
und abotu two and a half  miles from
tha mouth of the creek, in tbe Trout
Lake  Mining  Division of West Kootenay.
Von are hereby noliticd  that I, Arthur
<i  Johnston, co-owner with vou in the
"Maul*.   Leaf"   mineral claim   above
described   have  performed labor and
made expenditure oh the said claim to
the extent of $100.00,'under Ifaepro-
vi.ion. affection 24 of the Mineral Act,
in  order  to  hold   (aid  claim,  and the
year for which mid labor was performed
and expenditure made having expired,
I do hereby give you notice to contribute
your  proportion  ol  llicll  expenditure,
nnd you  are  further nolille.l thai if ut
the expiration of 'JO davs of publication
hereof you fail or refuse to contribute
your proportion of Ihe expenditure so
made, together with all costs of advertising, your Interest, in the said claim
snail become vested in ine under and
by virtue of   provisions of  Section I  ol
the Mineral Act, amended Act 1UU0.
Dated at Poplar Cieek, s.o., Dec. 31,'04.
ARTHUR 0. JOHNSTON', Co-owner
6-1-1905.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNER.
.1     n A. Mara, J.  J.  Foley, Geo. T,
ii .'      mint nnd Win. 8.  Nuaiuan or to
any person or persons to whom they
may have transferred their Interests:
Take Notice  I the  undersigned co-
pwncr with you In the Uold Bug mine*
ral claim all unfed mi the south fork of
l.inlo creek   near  Seven   Mile   iu the
Titmt  l.ako   milling division  of   Weil
Kootenay district aud  Province of IJril
l.h Columbia have done the required
work on the above-mentioned inlneral
claims for the year '04 iu order to hold
the same under Election 24 »f tho mineral act and if within 00 days of this
notice you fail or refuse to contribute
your portion of such expenditure together with the cost of this advertisement
your interest in the said mineral claim.
will become tho properly of the under*
signed under section 4 of the mineral
act amendment net. of '00. Dated at
day of
Jab. w. LrtrwaeroH
Co-Owner.
Triiiit i,ako this 30th day of November,
11)04.
Dec.2,'04
CE RTIPIOATE OF J M PRO V EM ENTS
NOTICE.
Hroken Mill mineral claim, situate ir
Trout hake Mining Division of West
kootenay district,
Wh.ro located :—On Rapid Creek, ad
oining the Coronation.
Take Notice that I, O. B. N. Wilkie,
acting aa agent for Culler T. Porter,
tree miner*, oertifleate No. H88881, Intend, sixty days from the tints hereof,
to apply lo the Mining Recorder for a
Cettineate of Improvements, for tin
purpose of obtaining a Crown (irant ol
lhe iihovu claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before tha issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 24th dav of November, A.n.
1904. 0. B. N. WILKIE.
25-11-04
All kinds of New Records.
Sole Agent for the ■-id.au:
J. C. iVsurray
Trout Lake B. C.
it pay. iu ubu the Telephone. A
lonu'ihv trip can often l,o saved. Office.
at Ferguson; Cummin.' Btoro ; Trout
Lake, Post Office; also at Beaton, Cuio-
.-iplix und Arrow head,
REVELSTOKE A88E88MENT DI8T.
Take Notice that I shall hold a Court
of Revision and   Appeal,  under the As-
isessment Art, li/03,   for  thc Revelstoke
Assessment District,  on   Monday the
' twenty eighth dav of  November, 1904,
hit the hour of eleven   o'clock  in the
; forenoon, st the court house, Revelstoke.
Dined  nt  Revelstoke,   this   1st  day  of
NoveiLher, 1904.
CHAB. M, FIELD,
Jndge of  the Court  of  Revision
and Appeal, Revelstoke Assets-
moat Diatiictof West Kootenay.
TUSCAN     I.ODOIJ    V.   D
A. V.  & A. -M.
8rd    Thursday    each     moots
Visitors Welcome
Oe0 Porddred, Bee, Q. N. Taylor, W.M
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
11MIIKK LICENSE,
NOTICE ia hereby given that 30 days
after daio I intend to apply lo the Chief
Commissioner of Land, and Wotks fur
a special license to cut and rarrv awav
limber from the following described
lands in West Kootenay,commencing at
a post on the east side of I.ardo River
about ^' mil* below Trout Ijike, marked
E. L. Kinman, M.S., corner post ; (hence
80 chains west; thence 80 chains .out h ;
ih. in . 80 chain, east; thence SO chains
north to point of commencement.
Dated this 13th day of December, ad
1904. K. I.. KINMAN.
6-1-05
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,"
A. NO. 1 ROOMS.
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All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review."::::::
Smokers' supplies in
great, variety.
SSSSSSSam
500 Cords
Slobwood
FOR SALE...
Apply:
The BUST Always!!
IN KINK 8H0JSS I
MlNIMi 8HOE8 !
SHOE PACKS I
RUBBERS aad
OVERSHOES !
GERMAN SOCKS I
la what you will      '. if jr. ,-.
with uf. hi, ! a'trarget. when wanting any*
thing In tiio wnj of'outwear to call on aa, or
drop :i ;:-.i -.
ST
snos
Nelson, B. C.
R.    ANDREW   &    CO.
Mail urd-ts carefully and   prompt I \
Asetit fur ijlator and Net-
alteii.le I tu
tleton Sinn*
TIME   taejl-e:
S.S. ARCI1EW or S.S. LAROGAU.
Kuonlng between Arrowhead, ilea-
ton and Comaplix,
bor 14th.  IH.'i, a* fuilowi.
weather permitting.
Lesrlng Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice dally—10k and .".k.
Leaving Beaton and   Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twloa  dally— lilSk   an
12;45k.     Making   i Lose    oonneciiont
with all C. P. K. Bte in ore and traius.
Tbe  owners reserve  the  right  to
change  times   of    .*...._•     without
ootice.
The Umpire Lumber Co., Limited.
Royal   Hotel
'• Fancy Bar,
I  .Musical Entertainment
I  Bulletits   Bojrd, World'*
MiaingNews.
E L. ftlQRAND, - PROP.
Dominion Hole!
First-Class in every respect.
Tho Travelling public ca.-eiully
taken care of.
Eaito & ifea • Preps.
■^*w_,'ai'rn,-»r*>..-i_i-''aa_. u.^jflfcuju _.-_-. tsb-.i w-ttvsi
Balmoral Hotel.
w&
Visitors  to  Kergnion  may  rely upon  the very best of   •
accommodation  at this  well-known hotel     Room, are
well   furninhed  throughout.    The   Har  is .li.rked with
a choice assortment of palatable quencher*.
^
Under the Management of S. Slinger
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
EVartYTHIMtt   MKW    \NIJ     KIIIST-CI.AH8   IM   ALL   KKSt
Fire  Proof Safe
T>..-ii«iu»#!«.it™-«*s with ma n i*_ Wlaea aad QJfaM «   _. uiira.V
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAfliOTEL Revelstoke
la llniltr la. sara* ataaac.m.aL
Are m a
TiGi Union (Bigar Factory
lot
Manufactures only Union good., and beside,
they are the best oi the market.   They are
made of tha best Havana tobsno, and their
excellence  is  undisputed.     Insist r.n'retting
"OL'U SPECIAL" and   "THE   UNION"
?
H.fte BrOWIl,   Proprietor.
Union Cigar KRCtnry, KKVELHTOKE, B.C.
NOTICE.
!.ov, Fraction and Handy No. 2 mineral
claim, sit.into in thu Trout Lake Min-
ing Din.i -a'd We^t Kootenay district
Where located*—Near the mouth of
Lynch creek on the K. A A. Iiy.
Take notice that I. Alfred  I. "Curie,
acting us agent fir  W. N. I!ia> ton, free
miner', certificate No. 15 77,346, intend
»ixty days after dale hereof, lo apply to
the Mining Recorder tor Certirirates of
Ii .     /etnenta for the porpoaeofobtaining cro>. n grai t. ol the uliore claims.
And further lake notice that action
under section 37 must be commenced
before the issuain-c of such certificate of
improvement.. Bated this -Sth dav of
October, A. U., 1804
oc.28'04 ALFBEBJ.CURI.E.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excelteftt   Accommodation
Best, finest Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   a
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Subscribe for the Keview
uy Lots in the
tenay.
Fok 8AUt:—Lots 35 nnd 3«'
nlock 47, Trout Lake. Applyto
Mrn. J. H. German, tK)5 I'tiivcrsityl
St. Seattle. Wash.
-_»-i-»»ter> < anas«■■»■« *
TROUT  LAKB   LODGE   I.O.O.F.
NO. 41
H-*gnl«r nii-ctliiKS licld In j
tiiliirplliiw'a   IUII   .Tery .
l'.-.-vIm   lll.llt »i   s
n'elnt-k     ^'lullln.  Iirnth-
craeurdlHlly welconio.
Its ADVANTAGE
W**sr-*»_trilaT»sraM»*_*»aTl.»» -»*»--- - »!---• ♦■
J. II. Scott. N.6. rred Mummery, It A r.See.
NELSON    DIRECTORY.
WATCHES.
Daily Mail service, Blinking Facilities. Head of Navigation, Good Hotels and stores, Express and Money Order
Office, government offices, Fine schools and churches.
Water-works system now Being Installed.
ITS RESOURCES.
r. I at _»■''    * rmw—rt
We arc watch people lirat of all. i
We make wivtchea onr great sped- '
ally.     Wc nre  in   fact  universal
wnlch prof liters.    We boast nf the
moat   comyrohensiTS   slock   anil
promptest service.    Onr patron*
ago proves onr prft-tmiueDue in;
the  retail  watch   trade.     Oucea.
patron, always a patron.
Hnying watches in Ihe qnautitj
that we d0| we are enabled to .e-
curo (liacotuits impoasible to the
smaller dealer, and wo turn th.m
orer to yon st a corresponding
reduction in price. Write us for
prices.
Ewert Bros.
Nelson, Rossland, Trail.
Jewelers and Engravers
agnific^t Timber., m(23\y Valuable Ranches, The Richest Gold and Silver Zone in The Province.
ITS
Saw-mill, capacity, 60,000 feet per day,   shingle and lath mills.   All
lhe Mines pay us Tribute.
F.B. Wells,
Gei*T Agt., Revelstoke.
H. McPherson,
Agt., Trout Lake t
■Job Printing of evsry description will be faithfully executed at the R.-f.fcw Jgfe 0ept,,
17^_H^riLAKEViEW hotel!"-  CityDrug   Store
Is*
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A.  JiLii.'ui--.   who is  Jon-man  ut'
the fcjalver-dDollur. was in town tbis
week, om Hiiiiini; bueinesi
A miniature SDffwelide tit-;.rly
wijiod out the e-mail liLiU'lit-r shop
(ii.'i-u].icd by t.lu- I'. Boras Co on
Wednesday night.
The paster will conduct r-crvici
in the dbape] next Sunday night.
Hurry Nt-li- is on   ti vifit to tht
toivn.
Bttsmess in town (s pkJringop1
iM..n.-.l.-1'fiilly.  iiiid  indications  un
not lucking of ■ Breal spring ru.-h
j'r»*|iiir!itkms nre beiag inndef.it in
< .1 riv opening and  ■   lung und so
\lvi   seatKB)  (>n ti.1 bills.   Jt i- t.
!.<  l..|.e.J the   CP.B  "ill have tin
lub   open  for navigation i
as possible, as a trt mendous unioun.
of machinery i.- esjMCtsd to arrive
this   summer,   and any   delay  ii
transit  will  seriously affect   local
mining interest*.
With the arrival in town of tin
Large foroe of men from __ Silvci
Cup (..ii Huirsdajr, use town bore
an ap]H-ai_nc.f of " L*wui " times
In one or tw. .*ollapsiL<l<
"joy  im  rejo__B|  dvilirutioo and
jprttd lit and Mill for duty in
_M mnrning. and a l.ig bunch went
Up to the Net tn J. tin -::m<- day
m'f y.re informed that u;l '.he remainder will be sent uj. as so
pt___e,
A fire brake out on Wednesday
night at  tbe residence ol  Mr. Ed.
liell  on   Main  .Street,  ami befon
any'.!.ing could be done tbe cottage
was completely devoured by flame*
The owner had bare.v _dm   I    I
a re;nut. and  ali bis r.**rs«*nal cf-
_-. wbicli eras i
in.-ur.-d. Mr. E. ssj sftSOO
I    •    if pants wbicb a
,-a'jH? iate.
With tm ?>.'• •■ (    |   1
tl •     _m r  prop rl yii.i: a
large noaaber ..f men the eooaag
rummer, tilings  look very g   ■       •
■m.    Bw ryb rdy it ia f
humor at  thc  way   matters   are,
DRaxro__tt; b   I■•■ ..". !iiiiiin<: affairs.
J. McC'-rv;- . srl ) is l*-en the
guettof Stew and Mrs. Btiosj • •
trim- weeks. :< turned to TTf inslfliii
n WTedncsday.   Before Leaving be
piuinsmd biiiiKlf as greatly j
with tl.. town and its futur
-    -  ami av.iwed hi«  attention of
-     :.g more of it slortiy.
A hockey match btsw«_j j.j.-k-
ap team* of F. . nd Truut
Lake was j.laye-d here on Saturday
.   I     The  game -    •
sted, and  Ferpuon sq*a
home by 4 goals to 3.
Osrios] to a  breakd'wi.   (
tbe shaft*, the miii at Five-Mik
snu -:.;.*. fof • reta] dav
ww-k. -md Ihe staff are laid off until (be ri>..-- _ry papain :.;•  i
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
BAB WELL SUMMED WITH
Liquors and Eigars
Large Octnfurtalile Booms
First Class ISoar I.
FA EL* p. ELLl'iTT,
UAKR1PTER.N0TAKY
rn;i..u\ etc.,
Trout Lake, I). C     and Ferguson.
Quo, bi. Mi'C'ui'tfr,
J   A. Hurvej
tVfadden & Levesque
Props
ALEX.  CEAWFORD
the nosm b
Livery and Dray Stables
S tddle, Pace aud Osrtacs Horses Alwavs for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Daily state leaves   ileaton at 12 o'clock tor Treat Luke Ferguson and Cam borrrn
Leaves Fera-tisuu, via Trout Luke tor Deal  n at 7 a.m.
I'. ranch Stables at Trout Lake. Beaton, Ferguson and Camborre
A. M     I'liililium.
HARVEY McGARTER 4 PIMHHAH
hai:KIstei;s.
BOLK'lTuLs. Ltc
REVELSTOKE    B. C
D ranch OtBou  al Qoldeu. Feri.li atr.Fc.il
Bltltll.'. II. I'.
i-Hi.ri-li.i lu.|.rrial liuiik <.ICktii.au
JOHN M ANHISG SCOTT,
E    A . !_._..
A foil line   of Choice stationery
Just Received,
a |   q f\    school Supplies, Proletary Medicines.
Aa_*r*Jr,V/s    TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.   PRESCRIPTION   WORs
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE. B C.
Best Hotel ifl Town,
Eeaflpartere for Mi ail Cwrcial to.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARC   FIRST CLASS
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOUS, ETC.
Bevelstoks Station.
B.C.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
H ad Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO-
Ca|.iltti Authorised, jM.OOO.CKiO
Caj.iU: iiuuJ u; . - 8.008.000
Beat   -       -       -    S.'KKl.OiKl
Br audit*, ill t!ie WiS.Hi aaSaS lerritonos. I*r -iiiee? of British Oclumbia, Manitoi.s,
Ontario and Quel«-e.
T. 11. MELHITT. President. D. R. WILKIE  VkavPtsa. au ! 0*r_ Man.
I-.. 11 IT, ft Miami Gaa. Manager.       Vf. MOFFAT, Cbief Inspect -.-
Trum     Lake.    B.    C, Sraacb-A      ...irni    Hanking-    Bnsinrm    Tr.nMtfted
•its Pejiartmeut—!'■  ■ :•-•*•!:'   ..«cd.
Draft* Hold availcUU it. nil purt^ "f Oiutdit.
[___Ma_*aa4 BaasspaV
Bjwrial iv*.it 'ju j.u-s Ui oollw-tionii acd
Mtmiif Bciudti.
T. B. BAKER.
rtaoa*cer
(»enrr»l KUire. Kull I.ln*
of tlanund GuckIr. Fruit*
In n_*oa. KI. aaaonmriu
ol s>iu<»lcer«* Supplk-a.
Offl.f of tb* Bl» Bend Telcplioni- Oo
FERGUSON
d. r. Mclennan,  propriety
W.  Abrahamson Lennoxville
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Job Printing at T£
Mining Review K_JPt
Get a Home
For   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Hotel,
E. MOBBS  PROP
Hotel and
Cencral Store
OERRARD
B   C
r
I
CS ^»V_^_s_k_s _►_*-__» 0«
OK
j JSarber Sbop $
'•'lltllUt, ...
J. C. MUKKAY.
ntOUT LACE, 8.
* r*o_ paays' l_
ktOUal  after
Ae'-h: for Helntxiuau'a i-uuion
Aoilltc.
G. B. Batho!_____
ilAXT POWDEB
P<.
V.M. Westfall & Co.
LESSEE of the ALEXANDRIA MALL
FERGUS0N, B.C.
Po»t Office Block.
Main Street.
EASY TERMS.
SURVEYORS
Oood Shave or Hair Cut
 CAM. OX	
William Schnell,
'KKM.rwnS rudTIHilT likl      »
Hot and Ccid Baths
.->»-5>^>^>*»0«S_s__
Minmr Hr-kfr-.
Miiimr Pptwro*. lif-iionf-d On.
•'
-.11.1 Jt_. N..i>-t'.«-»i-
___
lt»^'..rd!..f .
	
Ir at Lake. Ii. C    i
* Easa^ing
';..ldor=ih«-r 1190
•ml Silver »*.' 00
Silis-r *ti>\ l^-f.<i
< Bp|»ui  1 fK)
''■'  $J 50
5   SHANNON,  s-ssayer.
FEROL5•** B. C
Packing and
Freighting
*
Ferguson   packing I
and
Transfer   Outfit.   I
t
Ccatraets entered into for [.acairig of Mining Kuf>j>l»_, etc.
to »nv j_ot in the district.
_*mmL fjwr.i.t service, and any work undertaken ftiar»ntee.J
satifi'actorr.
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop.
.> asa-aarssraaa
O.B.N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land .Surveyor,
Mineral Claim. Surveyed
and Crown (Iranta Obtained
Realdfur.—»it Urcord irfflre.
Troul USf. 11 c.
A. R. HKYLAND,
I'KOVIXCIAL I.ASD .fBVKVOB
Mi.i ral (.'IsiqiB Surveyed
rOI'LAB. KAS1.0.
W. H. Jones,
l«*af   Biniier.,    Fine   Jot.
NELSON, B. C.
I.OOSC
Printing.
To Contractors. I
TJl.JCKLtYKl:      '!_,;f.,    m,n\M
****   aors.    Vt'nto nj.iiaj.w_r..
t«i toi  W  .!(..\f -   j   .; v.
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER.
WaUli-repairinp,   ete.    AJ]  .* rl
tiuamnteet).
Oddfellows Block, Trout Lai?,B.C
SKW YORK I.1FK A88URAKCE
COM TAN Y.
Fob Iavuiatun asta Pwtv
TH08. TAYLOR. Agent.
RaTVatLirou    and     Tkoit LaKI
A. W. EDGE
CANCELLATION OF RESCRVC.
...11
t-rt. .»_i,,,.i««i fr, i^r.  ».r.   ,' ;.,
*.j..»,/fii^-
Suuiflt A.1 las.- ,_m_,„ »„, ,  ,w ,.,.„
imst, _* 'ir,i''b •-"'■"*■«• *'*<_i» a.i.i
«al«I TO, ««,. ] _i. ,_i Mt, JwH. IK|
H>»l^. in liwfly .mt.nelteS.
«-r»,wn   »..(V «t_l*d wlu«Jfi llran.iii.
«ni»4 |>> 11. _,,) r»»-T\»wm win wopaaair
_,__»*_'**■>««*■ i.._«kii4Mi>«f ahritosjail
.Doer III.   (.it,, »,,„,.. 0|  ,,„      ,_ ,     ,,.   .,
Hi..*-   MIMttUai   nt|. i tl/. .!!,> rjf ft,#   I
BS-altnn of i_» »qik» n, tu. I m
'.H/*tw . providt-j; l,o». •. ,,   ,_|_]
«l.. I'-lvtid.awtnm.,4. )**+*<*• L l«a»e4
<»ll..-nri- all „at«4 t.j |,V i^oTt-miiiVni"a
ar>- •ul»>-'l_.i>tijr (ou»4. ii|K)tt u,^
KM  C.."iH4a Ml   »'a*m, l_i!ta-».   t .'.tn
a»ij.i .!•..»■»<..»« ite n^mnj   or In i»rt •
in »■' Ii I • . j* nnrn »
;u<-l) i«r.l. rl_ 1 i..«rutr» »». r (_, u,
btm, lb. H«iitn,> r-omr-aar. who tarn aat«»j
■• 4«»i *«illi ao_ panSuwera, pr» ►mpl/.r.
ax.**. *>t' >.'. tli» aa»iU't«iiiiaan4(viMiriioii>
a*t_> <MivatAi_t«t ».,ui4 and., tl,. ,«r,,,
w.*«oftl« *-l*n<; Art.-.•!».,! «. r.,,,^1 i„
-iml_-la..4«oi, fi-,.
.iiall  u. iiukw< i. fi "i rarniaiiftn. |_n ,| i ,
Sti. I -.li.|»ilii t.i-.'.
Mil Ihfi;. Hli,l.(:.  ui 4 \*,t«.1«ri. J'..
•.run. ' •*"
W. S    ,<>RK.
Op**ot> O i        .      »-„.l;.
Lan4. ki.4 W
'    V|.-H-i«, I' .     j , l I ....   „.       ,, „ ,
VALUE!    VALUE!
Value should be your guide when buying
Pe
ulster
Dc>co]\'itor
Newest Goods.  :•: Best Values.
Entire Satisfaction.
Can Always be found at
.
FRASER'S
TROUT   LAKI:
i>
F. B. Wells,
EVELgTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH      PRICES     PAID
F. Ns Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland,    .      •     -   B. •'
Msrafer Rowland Stock EnehanRf

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