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VOL. 2
Developing
Broadview.
TROUT LAKE CITY    B.C., DEC. 7, 1005.
No. (;.
Above the
Timber Line.
Work Going  on  Steadily
on the Famous Nor-
thern Hill
EDWARD BAILLIE TALKS OF
THE   MAMMOTH  AND I HE
DEVELOPMENT OF BIRD/
■\ JD   CRESCENT    ( LA1MS
WORK GOING AHEAD.
Large Quanti'y of Ore Got
Out by Local Syndicate.
Will be Big Mine.
Ed. Baillie,  general m
Iward Baillie yndicati
ing the Mammoth group on  Gi al
—   — mountain and other mining
Thework on  the  Bioadview i-' ,:   ■ returnet-  last Friday from
proringoul satisfactory to I 1   on*    :      'nd where  be had  I... , at
trolling syndicate.   Seven men are tendi»K thi annual meeting of ih
employed, which  number will be Byndicttt0  which  was larg.      al
nd.). .1 t.. as the work pro. .  -*
nded, the | resident T. I!. M  mm.
l4i*t week one car of ore*wa. -i, 1-  "Pying the chair. Oul oi
ped to the Trail smelter; another '
car is being shipped  tr. day, and
two inor. cars nre on 1!.
the  li;ll  via Vipoi  I     p
route.   Thi n- nre  in | he group 10
claims and two sections 1 32
of well-timbered land.
dona oonsists ol a sbi
the Broadview claim 120 '■ •
which .1 .Ir fi ir- run 118 fe t, ill • !
prescn 1
Mr, 1... Bays tho meeting
I . ..ff v. ry - itisi ictorily, the
main quest on at issue being tbi
of a tramway to les» n the
ii.: porl
charges vrhi h now amount to MO
per ton foi up fn ighting and £35
for down. The installation of a
tramway would t rduce this  to  -ft
the mini rs confine their vi Its to
Camborne, 11 miles away, to two
or three tri| - during the winter.
I hi re i a wagon road to tbe fi ol
of ihe mountain, lending from
1 'ninborno and it i'i to this road
il. ii this en urprising syndicate
1 to build linn tramwny.* Nel*
son Ni wn,
'     . Vuill ri turned from a holi*
•i 1. "i. .'..'row l-.il.i • Tuesday.
An ontbusiaslic mei ting of mem*
I  tho . I.) Iii : club n
8 iturday night.   The officers  foi
'   are .1- follow - j
Fred     i lliotl     1 resident ;    Fred
• ai.'i Ir   I, vice j res, ; T. D  B iki r,
Mi srs. Elliott ami fampb il
■I  ! li. 1'..- lo ti..'  Ki it*
'
Metals Are Still
Advancing.
8ILVER THE HIGHEST POINT
FOR   TEN    VKAliS.     LEAD
AND COPPER CONTINUE TO.
ADVANCE IN PRICE.   ELECTROLYTIC COPPER FIRM.
A New Industry
forjCootenay.
Ed. jon   has  gone  ..ti  a
business outii ,   1 Poplar and Boas*1
land.
which ir- in   i*ein  m itter and 1 1
Sixtt teeth ...,  . tisn ""' Th" matter was laid over
inwhiel   one I     .     " '
ilar in nature to that found in the
ahaft
At 120 let t ii« pth a drift is m de
11 nt      Winter    quarters
havi beei sn cl   '. and Bupplii • foi
four men  for eight  months  have
I at t!     mine.   The  fol*
011 ore for 1. - !••' I.     At thu depth
alaoacrosacut n  In about "'"''■            '"cl,"! directo"  f';
160 feet.   Al 200  It  level a «he ".stung   >'   ■    ■'■ «  Mow*
,,                   .   . ....       1 iii rquhart  of  l.o&dand;
small  amount of drifting is done
,, , ,    ,    C rem   1.  Ah x    I.e.tli ami   Ed.
on  the ur,'  so as tn demonstrate
V.h continuity.     A  drop  is   then
baillie oi S Is. n.    At the meeting
of the dir< I afternrar
EL Morrow was elected oresitleivL
A.    l.-.i li.   vii-.'-, 11 ml   E
tary-treasurer     and
. inager.
Edward   ] syndicate
made to the 200 ft level, whi re
thi* .inii il in nn tic ore ffn ovei
200 feet, From tin;- level n cai ol
oopper ami carbonates waii --i 1 i|■-
pod. giving good valu - in cop 11.
Bilver a> .1 .
.-.in as a  I'ir. -•   "ii
From tliu shaft nearly t r<   cars   , . , ,,
lhe part ol soma N. ison and Ross-
of l'mIci .1   ore   has   1" .ii tiiK.-n out   , 1 •      •    .1    1      1    ..
*■ land men, working in ihe Lardeau.
during the last half ol  November. Afte_ _ome _ucceM  ,ja(. ,,,u.irii,,i
Ontheold  .-'.'.i 11 olaim a shaft their work the Byndicatewa8 incor.
has  I...,,   sunk   for   100 feet, from rf ^      .       and work   was
...i.:„i. ,1... . .1    ....,-   . _ t.- - ■. ■!■■. ' ....
which lhe old company 1 utracted
some high grade ,- 1 This
shaft is all in ..re and vein n
A 200 ft .ro-s.'<it has been driven
mi this .I...111 i" conm cl with tho
nliaft. rin re are also tomo high
grade showings on lhe Alp is
claim, on which no work has b en
done. The Phillipsburj* claim li u
also Hom-' g iod Bhowings ; thi
work, however, is being confined to
the Broadview claim al ; r -
Tlie presenI price of metals ir* a
factor «lii.■!. tli" owners are nol
overlooking, and while n large
quantity of ore is being taki n out,
curt' is taken to pn venl gutting by
tin drifting 1 n the 300 tool 1 vei
and ..).. ning up of new sloping
ground.
\V,. believi thai the Broadview
contains all thai is essential for
the making of a mine Bnd a big
dividend payer.
The erection of 11 tramway l<> the
Mra. Burrell (" Molhi r" ) on
her way to the coaat last wi .k waa
unfortunate 1 hei
railway ticket and $70 in cash.
i I    Trout I ake Rink  Co., Ltd .
their annual   meeting at the
Ri vien ofli ie Saturday night.     A
large number of -    reh ild in -
■ res nt.    The li * ncial stati menl
showed   liabilities   of    $500   a d
I |2 000.   A resolution was
pai -■ . asking all  who nre interested to take up bi n e mi n  st< ck
and wipe off the ind< bti rin. --. .\ l
I signified their intention 11
subscribing,  bo thai 1 pany
may  !..• e tirely fr. ■   fi
1 ho new dirrcto     1 I were 1
C. Elliott, O. Ii. N. Wilkie,  O.  W.
BTEEL RAIL8 TO BE MANU*
FACTUREDON THE SHORES
OF KOOTENAY LAKE. MC*
MILLAN AND ROBINSON
IRON MINKS PURCHA8ED.
.N'i'Xt Bummer, says the Nelson
New.-. «i!i  the  manufacture of
steel rails added to the industries
of Kootenay. A plant will be installed at the mouth of Crawford
creek, or near it on the shore of
Crawford Ha v.
The iron mines  owned by G. B.
McMillan   and   H.   Robinson,   of
Nelson, have been sold to a syndicate   of  Cleveland   and  St.   Paul
Thepriceof silver in New York cnpitaliata,   headed    by   Mathiaa
San Francisco, Dec, 1. Silver ii
;:..'.. 65J cents per ounce, the high
est i ..iui Bince 1898. Two months
ago the market quotation was 50
cents, Brokers In accountii
tl ■■ higher price, say that in addition to a legitimate business demand ti;. r.' is also a -j ■ eulative
demand which must be taken into
■. nsidi 1 atiou.
- aturday to 65 cents si
ounce. Neither the variation frun
tbe Sun Francisco price nor th.
fractional decline from the \
luring the first bait of the wi h
has no special signilicance.
The speculative demand refi 1 •
to in the San I 1 lispat ..
ir'r dly due to the 1 x| ecta*
tion of a large and rapidlyezpand
ing market for silver in China and
Japan. The awakening of the
orient ia certain to produce among
its earliest results a rapid development .: tic and foreign com*
rr.' t . f ir which a plentiful supply
of current .'..in is almost indisp n*
sab e. Tlie 1 irrency to which
oriental mi reliant* nr. n
I j   : 1  .' !• xican silver d
uh sr excha  _•■  value  in   l.
only half a .1
humpoii,  F. C Carol bell an 1
'    B    Bnki r. . . tpaKeri  that |K>th L_in«
' '.::■•   of    '. rs   F.   <
1 iii..tt   ivas  .■ ecti .1   ; rcsid. nt,  * >
VV.   Aliiihamson   vii   . and  T. li
Baki r   s. c -treas.     Ar a
are being made to have skating   I
;:.. earliest ,   ss:bio 11 oment.
actively pushed on the Mammoth
group while lhe syndicate contented itself with doing the required
.  -  -ment oil iheir other holdings
i • Mammoth is probably tbe
hi 'h.'st mine in the province, the
Sir.l.ir claim of the group being
situated in Goat mountain at an
iltidudc of over 9000 feet ; above
the g'neiers and, apparently, as
ii... miners say, above >"«< rythinj
ei.. io sight. Wood Iibs to i... '.il-
en up ii iongdisl nice, the workings
i...i:i.. above limber lino No water
is procurable on the ridges, and
melted Bnow has to serve the y< ar
round.
Most of the work has been done
.rn the Crescent cl dm, whore a
tap nol has bi n run 180 feet with
orosscu's making a total work
done of 227 fi i I Altogeth i on the
group son i 100 f< el of dev. lojiment
work h is been accompli! bed be-
Bjdes  aln ••'  ns   much stri| i ing
Lake while nol absolutely BB8cn* The ore Bbipp. 1  is a high grad
tial at the present time, would
save a large expense in the handling of tho ore, and would ndd
materially to lhe profits.   We be-
galena and grey co| per, which has
shown by tho smelter returns that
ii carries from 186 to 371 ounces
of silv.r and an  average of 40 per
Heve, however, that steps are being ce_( , t*)0 total thus running
taken to pul one in early n0XvLDoU| $160, groas smelter values
summer. I This is, of course, the average of
already    made
NOTICE,
il,,       bipments
which   .im..unt   to about  40 tons
,i   . ,i 11, , for tliie Benson's work.    A  further
I here .v ffivo   im lee   that at tlie ""  """
i nereo*, gt>    n T| ghintnenl of 20 tons  is in  transit.
meeting of the Board of  Licene
Cotnmbsionera of the Ainswoi h
License distri ll   to  1"'   held al the
Mining    Recorder's  . office,    al
Kaslo. on December,  15th, 1905, I
Hhall
fer  my
Hotol,     Ferguson,      to
Slinger.    Dated  November 10th,
11)05, A. Rankin*..
I i j"8 claimed that  there is no  better showing of high grade zine und
»rey   copper   ore   in the province
tun what ii Been  on tho Sirdar
I   Otl   I )('(Mill  )l 1 .     I • M 11,    1 ••■■•',   I , , , f
•      "ououJ     > I •       \ garflp 0 i no Bhipment of
iiiu.lv for permission to trans• ,l"1"'   '        ■ ...        ,   ,
, t     .1 .  Rnlmnvnl  107 sucks will slioi'i'v be made to
iv   icenso for the Baimoiai     ■
,, . .       n     ii   the t'rank Smelter.
\,, egg to the mine can only be
md in winter upon Bnowshoes and
Ladies, attention 1     Leave your
orders for the " Delineator "
Review office
Some ciianges are announced a1
the bank. \V. J. Walker, teller,
goes to Arrowhead for a month:
our own Oswald lakes the cash
wickel here and Mr. \\ C, Aid
from the Nelson branch will take
■i in • of in.' colli ctions.
A decided change for the better
is reported in business circles the
past two days. The hoodoo quit
town eai ly in tbe week.
Tbo Nelson Daily News will issue its customary Bpecial edition
on Deci mber 31 devoted lo a review of tbo mining and kindred
industries of thi _ rovince during
the pa-' i year.
Every phas* of the mining Industry is covered and the story
told is based upon authoritative
- atements is.-m.l lo Tne Daily
News by the mine i nd sme i. r
managers of the provii ,
1 be Daily N iws anni al mining
review reaches practically every
mine opi niior in the province, in
addition to going to thousands of
investors in these mines,
Stop puzzl
vour  bra ins over
what   to  buy   the   children' for
Xnias. present,   Tho gram-o phone
speaks for itself.
Arthur and Mrs, Peel left on
Monday for Camborno, where tbe
funnel'   will   take   charge of thi
Criterion Hotel.
Preparations are being made for
the firsl  o'ean up at  the p aoer
grounds.
i
:.nd Japan will so,1.1 develop a
i tr_e fori i.n trade, and for tbat
reason will require at nn • .;'..
date to assimilate their currency
;.. iln! of the lea ling li ancii
trading nations of the world, benci
ihe ex p. ..'tat ion of a big demand
fi i I anadian and American silver,
and tin ' - . ...ly a.ivanc.
in the price of the mi tal.
Lead is also Bteadily advancing,
Thc London quotation last Saturday was £16 2a. 6d. a ton, as the
English ton is 2240 i ounds, in tbe
ratio of 28 to 25 to thc short ('anadian ion of -000 ; ounds, the price
is a little less than four cents a lb,
But as Ibe i-ri"'. ■ less i an i
a_. was only about 2{ cents a
I ound, tire increase in that time i-
inorc than 50 per O nt.
EInraling, of Cleveland. The pur-
e price is in the neighborhi ."1
if $75,0 0.
Ih • uew ■ wners will begin active operations on June 1st next.
rheir plans include theconstruc-
:..ii of a mono-rail line from the
iiim - tq Cru . lo d Hay.
I new ipertiea will be op r-
iled in conn, ci ion will Bti el w..rk-
alieud, ..• ee.  either at tbe
Coast or in  the e.lr-t.
The company propose- to   expend $1.0,000 next summer ia put-
ting'in rolls, and providing  transportation   facilities    between   tbe
- and tbe lake shore.
Tin n v. ill be no delay or inter-
i in tbe work of the new
corn pa   ■       The de] .'-its of iron
will be  .aoroughly developed, and
■- will be made as soon as
they arc iustified by cirtunistances
Ih.-re is no uncertainty as to the
ompany's plans to develop their
vty-acquired   property  and   to
aanufactun si el on the shores of
Kootenay lake.
Seen at his residence, G. B. McMillan said:   "Yea, lhe mines an-
sold    The purchasers are  Cleveland and St Paul people.  M itbiaa
Horsling, of Clevi land, will be the
•• The purchase price is round
$75 01 0. That's i ear em ugh. Be-
that, the "otntany has declared i'- intention of spending
{150,000 for development and
transportation next summer. They
niil begin on the 1st of June.
"Tii.v will build a mono-rail
line from the mines to Crawford
Bay    'I hi y will put in  rolls, and
With tie' Canadian  bounty ar*  -,\ili   Kegi-i   as  early as possible
rung. .11 n a sliding scale, it really
made no difference t.. lead mine
owners what the price was while it
varied between El_ 10s. and i 18
Below £12 IO.-. they lost and ab vi
i'li'. tin y gain. ('onsequcntly each
future advance means increaaid
returns to the shi| pcrs and | rob
ably an increase in the prodi
I
i . p| r is attracting a greal d< al
of an. ntion from financiers. Its
ra| id and steady advance is general y attributi .1 lo a grow ing de*
mai d for the metal for power
transmission lines all over ll...
country.
Saturday's quotations on the
New York market sh..i\.d a fiae
tional .1 !:: i for casting copper
Electrolytic co| per Bhowi .1 firmer,
the variation being reduced from o
half t'i n quarter ol a i'"iit.
Tln.se who have the I O.O.F,
hall in hand intend it lo he a brilliant success. Don't forget the
da e, Tu lay next, December 12,
Tickets $2.00, including supper,
Ladies free.
Mrs.   and   Miss   .Miriam   Elliott
laic visiting Nelson friends.
lanufacture of steel at some
point on the shore of Ciawford Bay.
•• No, the transfer da t not in-
the mines on Gray's crei k,
which are still held by Mr. Robin-
so i and my elf "
....
.li . Morton, managi r of tbi
Metropolitan company, left for
No'son Wednesday on bu iness.
Otto Olson got a fine new Gram*
o phone lasl w.ek and is supplying choice music to the boys at
5-Milo and Cup mine   through  the
te ■, hone lin<*.
R lar 'i party of friend) paid a
surprise visit to Mr. and Mrs. J.
Crnig on Tues lay night, prior to
tin ir departure for Detroit,
Ern. Crawford has gone to Fernie
to play h..i key for that well club.
Ern did yeoman service for thi
Pud. ail last winter, and he will
be a great loss to the local team.
HoiVOVI r. We congratulate Fi mie
on s. curing Ern, who   is a si ir in
any position.
Fred Klliott and t>. B, N. Wilkie
went to Nelson and Rowland on
business this .>.'' k-
C.P.R. Want
Extension.
S      Application is to ).u made S
S nt  the   next  Bession  of the S
5 I Ions.■ ut Ottawa for an ex- g
S tension of time on the A.&K. S
| branch of the C.P.R.   This is S
8 a valuable franchise, and car* S
| ries,  we  believe,   $8000 per S
S mile grant.    Its value lies in T.
2 the fact that it is  the only !5
8 through   route   in   which   a S
S grade   of   not   over  one per S
| cent   exists.      It  is  a   well-  S
2 known   fact  that  the Great S
2 Northern is anxious to get S
B through   tins    part   of   the S
country,    connecting    their S
Nelson   and   Fort   Shephard S
line with some   point on the S
Grand Trunk Pacific.    It is a m
battle royal between the G.N. S
a id OP P.., and we  can rest K
d the G.T.P. will not S
prove'a friend to the C.P.R. g
It is up to the C.P.R. to move »
and move quick, or tbjs neck S
of the wools will  see  a con- m
nection  made    between   the S
two  hig railway lines.     In S
the  meantime  the   Board of S
Trade ought to take the mat- g
t.r up at once aid UEe all the
pressure   possible to prevent
? the extension oi the ciiar'er.
Ferguson Locals.
The lessee, A. J. Gordon, of the
.':■- Coinagfl, is crosscuttingfrom
the long tu nel tfi get under the
magnifici nl Bhowing exposed in tbe
Bhaft. About 80 feet will have to
be driven to get to the desired
point, when an upraise will be
made to connect In the shaft
ihere is some fine galena aud grey
copper.
Sam Shannon came down from
the Black Wairior. The contract
will be finished about the end of
January. He fully expects to open
up a good body of ore, howevei,
before quitting.
Continuance of work ia all there
is to report in the Big Tunnel and
Silver Cup this week. Andv Daney
is getting ore from the Cup terminal at 9-Mile and freighting
to the Lake. 1'our more men wero
put  to work at the Cup this week.
Ferguson   rink   is in fine shape
and   lighted   up   in magnificent
shape.   The  formal opening will
tike place  Saturday night, and a
good crowd is expected. The management deserve credit and tho
citizen- generally are to be con-
gratulated on the public spirited
way in which they have gone down
in their dip and provided funds for
..ne of the best rinks in the interior.
Mr. I.iiieh.i'ii, who has been em-
ployed at tbe Cup. had one of his
tinge's severed on Wednesday. Dr.
Robinson attended the injuries.
Pat Cantwell is down from the
Hig Tunnel taking a well deserved
rest.
Sain Sutherland il at Spence .
Bridge in connection with the road
Imil.ling contract he and Jack
McKinnon have there.
Sandy Laughton is preparing
for a good time at Xraas,   Ask the
editor
Barclay Crilley is still the host
at the Windsor, while Mrs. O'Connor is enjoying herself on the maiq
line, .
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"THE U f_U MINING
REVIEW.
1*. Printed i.i T oul i .koi II*. una .
ul Fori i ,'i,'
'.' i ■ •: ill ,r ' .  -   tot noid   liliim.
■I       ,     ,    ■     ■ r oorrcspoi
I In ita    ...iiiins
Allli.r-.iN irlll be churned al
c-.nu per line, I        im • i nn pr,
Ilnesaoli ml Insertion.
Term* for Trannlenl and other »!-
will he mn I. ;-    >w ■ bpd
Babiorl.tl in KLnOn year. In ndviuicn .
m*out Xafee    wwww
*.
later
We understand   the   syn lie.'.
who own thc  Broadview < !r iup 01
Great Nortliern  Mountain  ii
to stock   the   proposition    rathi r
than sell in its entirety.   Ii being
handled by tborou ;h busim .-.- mi n
who also are pracl ill prevent
the error which has bo  often  b 11
made of Bky-e ■
tion.   As  we are  li d  to  I ilii \c
ihan - i'. ill be is*
bu  I nt a  par value . f $1.0
i put i ry of tlie
company   sufficient capital   to .!■ -
tnd pul   in  a  tramway to
Trout Lake,     l'ii   mi \ •■  is a
Supplg
<5o.
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©
3Lfo
By us upplied  by th
yu arc assured of abso
(J. ,-ernment Analysis
,is. :::::::
Hugh McPherson
rti
Sapt.
u
McBride government with a
majority that w. 11 nut tl
firmer basis than ever.
A nic    line   f  Ihristi       china*
openi d  up al   .\!»'y's   Drug
Stor •.    M ike voui rly,
iGE
Painter ™*
Decorator.
NOTICE.
N .tic
lifter .late. I intend to apply to the Hon,
.
\ 'iso to eat and
r-a ■ -r from I
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11.
Id m Danoy'a
irked P.   J,
I
80
north 80
TR'.l.T    LA'CO
b. o.
one, ai i hich we I
1'. J. D£\ INK.
pay the syndicate more in the long  i B r. 18, J  15
run. as «  11 as o ntn I     \ the buE-	
ineasforthel f the dish Notice.
at large  The Bros I view is the key     *
,,,-.,,        ... ■. ■ l   .:   '
toi nd if a   system  , :. . -   . rks ior
f trai recti       bat wil   lai :
t Trout  L .  West i.
the po isibilitii s for  th .,       .,
Practl ' ... about *i i
I
Iran it
80 chains,
itce north 80
SEIJX).  DAS
: ii . B.C.. Nov.;-.
EY.
'11..-  Nil-. .1  News  is evidi ntly
cle ii i'i:' decks for action. ■,
cally, and ia using
I.. • --. ■ 11• *-  ni !   lead used  Iui
and the year previoua :  '< Driftii       ERTIFICATE OFTHEREQ1
with   thc   tide 1"     "No   rail fRA-PROVIN.
policy!"   "Surplus   through
creased t ucntion I " etc . • I
Thi v acknowledge in ti.- ir issui
of 3rd 'o- . that the finances of the
province show an improvement,
but refuse to allow the gov. .
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch repairing,   etc.    All work
Guaranteed.
IM jisBM, Treat Late. B.C
Ail tbe Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review."::::::
Smokers* snpplies In
great variety.
-
I her.
Hill SI . any," "Non-11
.'
' Ixtra-I'rovia is • under ,
the "I 1887,"to carry I
W. 14. Jones,
onl or i un ■
any credit™ the matter.   Natural , lf ,
can-. 5 has 1 I    I t, says   '"'    ■■■■■:
the editor. We are of t, i opini in I   -j ,.,„v j,
thito'./.i ' sitnaie at   Ko.   801   Quion-SharpUs*
■   ..... i     . , ;, S 1 th Street, in the city of
but it i... • hi un, grM   nd mono*   pi . «,, !v.. i.
■ •;,     ,..,;. phis ami State ol Penoeyhou i«:
,   ,           . the capital of the Com
,,,in- an'*              : red tl    isand dollars,
be such thai ■ ;"     d   thousand
to the men  with  bran Company in
;ii, i    i'.   . ■ . lituate nt tho town of
'•  '    ' -      Ehrehart,
■■   ad Iran is tlie
,.,...,.,,,,,        * rney for the Company,
government i Xo, B|| .   , nd transfer
;.--   :, • I  power the province >\;i- -
practically bankrupt.    Mi u«-*«
had money to invest did nol knot!      The time of the existence of the earn-
from year to year in what positi
tbeir.investmi I.     Given qnder my hand   and
.' I
C .  ■ 'i Hay ..I October, one
e
on,
omp.ini"i.
: ii.. objecti for which this romj any is
lls'ied and registered .'.re:
To  : i     otharwiae   acquire,
; tt II.   I .    . or     ,.  \-
Loose
Printing.
I eit    Binders,    Fine   Job
NHLSON, B. C.
_y_
> .j**—. mm '■   ' ■ •*
General
Merchants,
ital li
When tbe McBri I
S. Y. W
R. gist
nnd tbe result wo   it did i   I
in.     flcBri '." and  his a*soci iti •
faced the probh m, in (acl a crii is
We have the  result.   They have
been accused of " drifting n i''i the
tide."   There is no n,.'^   u ifavot
able Icgis'ation  or anything that I'nD,,,a ' silver, copper
tn i ' . , sl« i
Will lose a party votes quicker than     To min**, o   i    ertrise lo extractor
increased taxation.     Vet ther did re*novc« ■'     op***"* lead or
not li -!..:     tod   so.     Many hire"      r   buv, cell, or otherwise to deal or
financial institutions even held u ' "'• "[I    r>
.,,,,.,.., *   otne      . . ii* of i lie products
tne i Inn that ii  th    .. , ingorpart- .     .
Acl carried they would pull oul of '•''
tin' province,    Well, il |
Trout _ Lake_ City Transfer
and Stage Line.
uson
Ferguson
Trout Lake
AND
i Beaton
I
Nwttiwii^  ■
Daily Stage will **
1$ leave  Ferguson
i a.m.
| Trout Lake at 6
__s
| WOOD   YARD
in connection.
.......
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
^:<'^jmm'2.'M^^M^K£m'imm%M^
_
NOW
is the time fir yon to
t.. Buy Lots. Never wit**
the l'r"s|.. ctl of Ferguson
M bright.
Tbe Towi- „[ FERGUSON
will ho one of the  Greatest
' '*"•* Prodocillg Cam pa in llir
World. Tha high drjjrei* of
auierra achieved I.y tl.e
numerous WEALTHY and
PRACTICAL BRITISH and
A M 1; RICAN MINING
COMPANIES now operating
Ih. in    ia    A      till,I.   a     In      lhe
t:. ii.end..no wealth    f the hills
2
Li^ *) u n|
we eii I s •(•  Ibe aforesaid  institu- fjAN'l
ti.nis ii ,i',4 busim ss al  tb
old stand an i  showi k by tbi ii
balai ce   eh. ets    iii.it it   i
iLATION OF RESERVE
:    ran r.
N. Ilial
i   ■
...   nml .1... I lltli Annual,
h l" 'I'" "        . •....        . ||„.  I,
i..   i.   :
nn I I C myon nnd
M      it. : ...i
i ..r Itm
I.' ■ i"il  remodol i „•. an 1  the cry
"■"' ,l'r"-1-   "*'    Liberal , . [| , , ;.: :;\!!,hV:\
from the prairie to the ocean ih t »    '
the e,,v. run,cut were going back to i:;';;,
ignorance and  barbari m, yi l I .
dav.  bv \ irtue  of  the nnn '■' '    ": ' ' •
1    "'' , r      ilc, ,.,«• ..ii|ili ill  •' d
he   (    I  ilu.r.. I  '     ,   I
■ '   '""' ''""       '    ' mi.I  lei
lllfl*   il   tl-oo   _   in ' UCP.
lllll     ll   HHS WB , ^    . .    I i
i.    1 thai could be
hi ..i.i st l rtcrs of thc
i rirnnii in .1
llll   In. I
. hi.
... '. in  ,.;.• of  t  e
tin' pro* .1.      ay
' Mc-ple Leaf
; Rubber
'! Footwear
(.I'M. in Montreal and the G T P.
in London were roUi d al  their re*
fus I '■'   : md  ■ ul I'1 ind
inotn y fir tho i
sj stems.   Our pro"   ice     uld
j:"t  along  v\ tj r -.: ;,
and !■• _ t  ii. " i-i-..   •    .
and r.sk  nothing " waa iii i ad
of the Lil.i ral pn .- . i nd  ■ In n tbo
graftci i wet ■ tt)i i   n ith  a _ |
fni-1'.   i.r. :i the country wi uld in
their opinion go to i  e devil    The
rcsull : More railroad building in
ilc province than  al any Hmn in
its hi-ioiv, .'in '. v.iii oul subsidies
.\.i\ ices from Vic'.i. ia pn licl an
i./l.i.il lo tbe, i r ite ojrly in
tin* v..i. : if so, u   pn did ■< return
\V. M. tiOilti.
"llllll I nf l.ri.iil. ,ll V. .    ll   .
i . ii-mrtiuoul
V'k'l i '   .1 .-    1,1
F
y.-it. '.'.^ntio 5ELL
yvn vf-it to BVTV
I   Hit!,  11.0
eau Mines
Exchange.
! iivo several Ooi l P oi er*
ties listed on which goo l tenm
cm, lie hail,
L:rdo«ii Mlnoi ExchanR**,
" Review " Buildli g,
Trom Lake, B.C,
!
Maple Leal Rubbers
are made from I'ura
I Para Rubbi r,overall
I styles   and   si,:. I   nl
footform lai ts i
Ilnv
Look Well
! til WELL
W_A!t WELL
■ ie.it i
For Bale by all good
J, Mie CO., Lfl.
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
s'"'iinif tgenla.
Lennoxvilie
<r*-HoteI,
E. r/OBBS. PROP.
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
GERARD
B   O.
The BEST Always!
IN' PINE SHOES I
MINIM; 8HOE8 I
SHOE PACKS I
RUBBERS a.m.
OVJJR8HOK6I
GERMAN SOCKS I
I..'.' J     i  will g-l If yen it.i yntir Iniylnf
'. i.'l f-.ii(i.|. .fli-n wmillng nny.
llllll .n II.,   im) i.i Imil«im tn mil nn u«, i.r
drop » linn.
'iii'] S07AL SHOE STOlffi
R
Nelson, U. C.
ANDREW   J>
CO.
Mall orders carefully and  promptly
attended t«.   Au.'i.t f.ir Bister ami Net*
t let..11 Slioe*.
Public 8chool, Hospital, and
oil er Institutions. Excellent
Waterworks system. Streets,
Stores   and   Residences illu-
iniiifil by Electricity. Daily
mail i.f-rvico. The lowaafte
la admirably laid onl Gel In
NOW tin Hi., ground floor.
Lots can  now  be |.iiicliascd
i won
ip
$75
TOWNSITK AQBNT
FLOYD 1
RnvriLSTOKfc, B. C. M
_____rgaiir_ra_fs.__Hyterj
r
_ a'w.. ooofji>_*out. o*t4i ach»o«ifi*->'<?,
-SJLhe 1f3otci Beaton  ...  '
BtiA 1 ON, B. .
A. 11. IIKVIiAND.
PKOV INl'IAI. I.AM) ItTRVITOI
Mia.nil ChiiniH Surveyed
POPLAR, KASLO,
YISITOB   »«oin| ■tBaatoa fthe tlfreshold of the Urdeanl
i. Arr„«ii..«,i, will find ihi, iimri to be fully aqalppad
.......mite,'il','i     ""    'I '■   l:Vvl1"'"1 sccommodatloo.    A well
,,i ,•. ''n'' ,H|,:,,'ll,r 'i.i'if i1"*1 ' T,l« *»»• "f Wlnas.Splrlls
n r„„ vi .^nfi!u__!iT,ion l88|ven ""ll" requlremenlsof
patrons  \ Isltors to tha I ardsati can rely on comfort.t this hotel.
t
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
Cf 91190 ** 9 -**«* o-**«**r»«»0» w 9fapo k*o 9**» FERGUSON HQTE
!_5*5
<*
The noted home Inr trav.<l!en, rliltlni
Ferguson, _.(),
A wall itocke.l liar of tbe choicest Llqours, Wines etc,
MoDonnt.il tk Bl.ok        .        Proprietors
-Go
Legal Notices.
CEKXJUOATKS OK  IMPBOVKUBUT.
NOTICE.
loo Ohsst No, 2., Gol ten Che t N i,
■ Fraction, an.l LIdle mineral claims
situate in tha Trout I.ak«i Mining Dlvi*
Ejonol 'A'cst Cootanay district,
where   locatedi   Ous and   one hnlf
■onth'wesl   from   tho   town   of  '
ar.B.C
ake notice that I. John Keen, free
-, a certificate So. B83.333, Intend
ley! aftor .lain hereof, to «; ply ...
Mining Recorder lor Certificates ol
roveoenti 'or the purpose ofobtain-
crown xraiiis ol the above i laims
nd fiiriliir i ike notice that ■
r lection .v7 must be com mei
ire tlm lisuani e of iuch ceriifl rate ol
irements,    I>_t•*■ I this 31st de,- oi
il er, A. D., IHO.')
' ..'.• .05 JOHN 1
NOTICE.
Black Diamond Mineral Claim iltuat
;■" the   rrout  I.alto  Mlnillt*  Division I
Kootenay District, where located
One half mile north of llseklna creel
"eke Notice that I, ll, Mel hi rsoi
lor the  Beattle-Oreg in   Minim
'    i Free Miners'Certificate. N0.B8SK
ntend   sixty   days   from    the   uV'
I lospnly to the Minini* Record*
for u Certia. ate ol Improvements f.
NOTICE
1. Dial   md mineral  claim, situate
 t Lake Mining d ■•      n nl
I'..est Ko itenay district.
\\ here I wate l    On divide  between
outh fork ot th   South 1 ■■■■.
.'l mt»ii 1 !'.... 1 ai.ru creek, ..'•• ut
Jg*     ilei northerly (r un the \
fake Notice that I, 0 It. N. W ilk ..
■r.gas a^.nt   lor the   i settle-! li  .•
ng  Co.,   F.M.C.   No
I, sixty days from the date lie
.  to the  Mining Rec. rdei
ate ente, for the
■ir| >r- ol 0   ail ing a 1 rown 1 .r,.',: . |
J.t» ove 1 ill
« • 1 f.irt'ior lak*.  notice  Hint  r. I
I: ler «■  '   -.    7, must   be
.
'   ,     A.l).
improvements
' B puri  se of obtaining a Crown gran
of the above claim.
And ( trther take ti'.tire that « tlo
under se. tl ri 37 must be commence
bef .re the issnannenf such Ccrtifical
..f Impi ti
Dated this 23rd day Hnpt. a.d. 190.").
lept 2«
t
Brer Fox, mln.ral  olaim,   slLiats In lb.
irout l,aai .        1        .- \s>u Ku-.i
.  .
- ioB oaoaa «r«e*, .1.
- ■ sal   f. .a   Black   Dtamoi I
laim
ithal I. o.B.N. Wim«. .g.at t 1
I'eter Mc \ <■ i»,' 11. fr— miner*! c»rilflr»t»  No,
I, .1x1     l»y< ,■« _*r*
of, 1 • k, ,   . • j ■., r ,r a I'fr
•   for ih- pur|   .-
. ■ aboTi claim
..        tics thai action,      I
snes 1 bafbrrj u.- Is-
'^ki» of Improvements.
' iniiSiri .Uy ol October, A.D . : ■■
• ■
o. 11.
N. WILKIE, P.I..H.
TH IDT LAKE.
NOTICE.
__'.. 1 "_• rnlneral olaim,   nit.mt*. in   the
entyrtitiB """'", D*Yl,*M "' Weil Koot-
v.  „,.,,,,,., .   0n   (jHi.,ia creek, about
two miiM from circle t'ltr.
iake nollos Hint I, O.B.N. Wilkie, ri_*nt for
■Rnraimo Hills, free miner's eertltlcute No.
r .     ■    ' ''"'|. "'"J' lll*>» from U.e ■!..•<■ lif re.
., 10 apply i„ t|„, Jii„|„t Uooorder for a err-
, 1 "t ■ ' ".'irov-.iiei.le for Ilu. uiiriwae of
.n.ikiMi,, » criMvii Urm.t of Hie above rlalm.
_£_ '.",'""'lake notlre that aetlon, miller
■•oviou 17. must he i-oiiiinencetl l.rf.n. tlia la-
wanesof 1lucb ctrllfloats of ImprovemenU.
u ted inii 5tb d»j ot October, A.D., Ik'.o
oc* 6                  0. II. N. WILKIE, IM..e.
 TBOUT LAKE.
NOTICE To DELINQUENT i:o-0WNEi«
To James Grant,  R,  li. Mad coil an.l
Jainr-ii  lionchier,  or  to   whomsoever
they  mav  have transferred their interest in.the slate mineral claim.
lakenotiro that  I, the iinderaiirneil
. o-ots ner v, ith you in  the slate mineral
. laim. iltuate on South tide ol Lardeau
rii.-r between Hapi'l ami   I'ojilar cri'tike
In the Trout l.nke Mining Division ol
•Vest  Kootenay,  h»v« performed the
necessary work and made the nscMsary
"i; inditure on   the above   mentioned
claim lor the years 1U04 and  11105,  in
■1 lei to hold trie same under section im
ol the Mineral  Act,  and   the  years tor
which pm.'I unrk nn performee ami ex-
penditure made having expired, 1 here-
•• give you notice that il within00 dayi
the   lint  publication here../ you
.... or refute to ronlnbute your propor-
•hare ol  hucIi expenditure and
-.  the costs of Ulil advertiieinenl your
lilereit in U.e said  mineral claim nill
. the property of the uii'lt-riigned
under and by virtue ol section 4 ol the
ral .ct Amendment Act, l'JOO.
1 «•>■•' at 1 rout   1 .like, (his 17th day of
. 03. JAME8 BNBLL,
Co-Owner.
It paye to use the Telephone. A
lengthy trip can often he saved. Officee
at Ferguson: Cummine' Htoro ; Trout
I.ake, Poet Office ; alio at Ueaton, Comaplix and Arrowhead.
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
ARROW  LAKE,  li. C.
Under   New  Management
HARRY McINTOBH.
Of thn Hoffmann House, Rossland,
Proprietor.
_*=*_•!.»
The Moat complete health retort on
the continent of North America. Accommodations for 100 gueits. (,,„,,)
fishing, Wl.ox and  hunting.
Terms $12 00 to $ IS.00 per weok, according to residence in hotel or villas. A
doctor in attendance.
For further purtioulare apply to
Harry Mcintosh, ProprieLr
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS.
2
Balmoral Hotel,
&
w$&
Visitors to  Ferguem  may  rely upon the very belt of
accommodation  at this well-known Lot..I     Hoorai are
well  fumiiihed  tluoughout.    The Bar is stocked wilh
• choice assortment of palatable queuchere.
I
Under the Management of S. Slinger
JH
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson  Bros., Proprietors
EVIRTTHirXJ   HEW   AND     riBHT-CLABB   Iff   ALL MUrKOTS
Fire  Proof Safe
Ths he—** llItoeked with ua n-._t wiim and Clean •aib.H.n.t
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL WEL Revelstoke
;o. B.N. WILKIE.
NOTICE.
I I wards mineral claim, eituete
il 1 aki Uining  11 ri
enay dleti   I
-1   On I
.    m ll •   : -liver Clip
r tbat I, Fre lerl k 1 harlei
l.C. I        1)83042,1
Vi   • fall,  P      .'
14, 1  ' nd,   eiaty  da*« from
«'-    I ei of,   to lo   ih*.
• It   for   a Ci te ol
tl    I ■-   r he ; ■•;   M of ol.
i n Croe .  ' >ra: t  ol the   •
ther take 1 st «
•
. 1 of en     Ce 1
••
'i.ia llth day of Aug.,A,o :
-   05
.   S 1 < DEL1NQUKM 00-OWNBIt
1     '  I:    '■'  . ennan or to whomi   » 1
In may 1.a', i- traniferred :..s interest
in the Kml'io mil ''ral claim,
lakf Notii e that I tbe
•   • 1 ►..tn you iu the i.n.iir.i min*
aim ei    ate on 1     b siJeof Lar-
deau r        between Ri       and Poplar
. ike .- liviiion
i.     may. I ive, ei   rmed the n.'-
. u:. i n._ io the necessary ex
■ ire   . n    th>*    above*menti
llimi  f..i   tl.*1   vrars  l.nit and I
order to hold the name un ler section IM
ol the Mineral  Act, ar. 1 the rears (or
which uld work »a« performed »:. 1 ■ 1
nade bavino expin 1.1 l.crr-
"   11 .tice that  1!   *.:'.:.in     I
, 1 the fi ret 1        1        hereol
- . - .     •     .irpro-
.-. •  .      feu .ffana
j _\   the   '    •• '1! tbii adver.tiement,
1 then	
under*
- - .     ...-      . '
■j v....-rai Art Amendment Act
Del ■ i a; Trout l.nir thii 5th day ol
i-aio C. EtXlOTT,
Co-Owner
NOTICK.
1     per Q sen min. i_l claim iituate
.1.   ike ...  I.ake mining division ol
BUS ■     ict.
Where located : On *-ilver Cup moun-
tain, about IS miles from bilver Cun
mine.
lee tbat I, Frederick Charles
t, F.M.i'. So. B8804S, acting es
nfc-.'i.'. for Charles L. Copp, r.M C, No,
IJ83180, Claries McNicholl, F.M.C.
No. B780U. and John W. Westfall,
I'.M.C. No. 58*964, intend, sixty devs
from tha date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Heeorder for a Certilicate of
rementl, for the j.uri.oie of obtaining a Crown Grant of thu above
claim.
An 1   further take notice, that action,
under section  "7, must  he commenced
' before the iisuai.ce of Certilicate of Im*
l r rementl.
Dafed this llth day of Aug. a.d. 1905.
18-8-1
Wh: d looking for a plac? to spend
your holidays, hear in  mind
th&t Trout   Lake   is   an
ideal   Bummer   resort.       The
.-.'• nery ami cliiuatu are magnificent
TIME   TABLE
A
Pointer
li  l'r.4«r ta« Mitaa Ma.iatf'n.i.L
Review Job Dept.
For High-Class Work.
S.B. ARCHLP or S.S. LARDEAU.
K-innlng between  Arrowhead,  Boa
ton a:. J Comaplix, coimnenclDg Octo-
i.er It'.!., !.•>;:. will kail as !ol!owi>
*ea'.;u«r 1 ermittinf*.
Leaving Air..*head for Beaton and
llx,' ■ • te d...>    10k ar.d 5k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix f.>'
Arrowhead, t*ice dally—7:15k and
I2;46k. Making cloao oonneottona
with all C. P. K. Steamers and trainn
Tbe owners reservn the r.ght to
change times of aallluga without
notice.
Th» I'.mplre Lumber Co., Limited.
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE
Place to Stop at
WHEN IN ROSSLAND.
—0—
Davis ®> Loder - - Props.
r
Royal   Hotel
Fency Bar,
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin   Basra1, World's
Mining New*.
uroat-s  r»*cn   tr*
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stable* at TrouL Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best* Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   a
E. L. MORAND,
- p*op John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Hotel
03
St?:.y Lpughton
Proprietor.
HEN   visiting  Fergnson you
...',■:.    I irdenu
-   r .
W,H   1,.,   . deil   will.
In 1,,.' c unforls     ¥ V *-!!eiit
culeine      ffi       '
■nd    warm    ri ous,    well
rylhing wlii :h
-    Mil   A
. ile ono.
5! ilay u'.wor.is.
Wi  slrlre to |    iss   111  ,1 r. us,
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FERGUSON.
.!-:
.;
MACKINNON  and
■mTTERI   JD
FERGUSON - - B. 0.
li
■ •uaw   1* raw*)
UTL
73
THERE Imve been fortunes
made by judicious invest-
int'iit in Ke_l Estate, aud
mora fortunes will l>«' made than
ever the iifit two or threo Tears.
The one who reaps the harvest Is
tlm original inT«ntor, for he has
bis money on a certainty.
Now let us point oat to you that
there ie DO better e*iut on the Oui-
tii'iit to buy Heal Kstato thau
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lake !■ the prettiest stint
in the Kootenays; as a pleasure
rejort it ban no equal. Boating
And fishing may be indulged In
the year round ; while big gnino
in abundance is to tho found on
the bills. Its climate ie superb,
there being no Kroat extremes, it
biirg mild in winter and cool In
summer. It can boast of some of
tli.. linct hotels and resiliences in
liritieli Columbia, Its streeta are
well laid out and grad.d. There
are two excellent peoeral stores,
an.l a glance at the adv. rtisnnents
in this journal  will show that, all
trades are fairly well represented.
Write   with coii'idenco to Agents.
H. McPherson
A_oni_
Trout Lake, B.C.
CDC.
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.  ::  ::
Then call on
or  write  to
ST has never bad a ' boom " —Its
growtli has been steady. It Is
the lnad if navigation, and
the tern ii al of the Lardtr[brarirh
of the C.P.R. All roadl (in the
Lardeau) lead to Tnnt Lako. It
le the commercial centre of the
richest mineral di.trict on tho
continent, and has banking facilities provided by the Imperial
I'.rii.k of Canada ; first-class school
accommodation under the d
tion of S. .hannon, B.A.; a good
wster system ; government offices ;
County Court sittings; Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican churches
and cottage hospital.
There are valuable ranch lands
on (he ontikirts awaiting settlers.
Its lumber resources are magnificent, and a band saw mill with a
capacity of 60,000 ft. per day Is at
f .• bead of tho lake. The mines
tributaiy are proving out bigger
producers every year, with new
prospects opening up rich bodies of
ore.
There will be a big rush this
year, so if you would know
more, write at once to either of
the agents at tho addresses below.
F. B. Weils
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
■K__a._-._f_ 1 Mi
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Co n raels entered into Miitin*f8;i
or nn.1 i oi I in Ihi
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ml sfi .Inry.
3. DANEY, P .   .
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: ,. K :. HO P'T,
AHY
_I.13I.IC : ll'.,
.   ii   I        !'.. C.     and Ferguson.
., o, S. .V.i ..ri.T. J    A. llarvr)
.\. M. I'lNKIl.-M.
' IAT.VEY McCARTER & PiNKBHAM
SOLICITOUS, liTC.
REVEL   ITOKC   Q. C
ollcltum lor Imperial Dank m Canada.
IV. I. BRIUG8        J. M. SCO IT, i.i ...
e
Scott _v Briggs
Barrister., nn.l Soiieilors
W.   Abrahamson       Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Towns! te.
T
l! sdOffice:
ON 10,   ONTARIO.
Cl: ' I    'I    V.      .    '
C.i j ii .:'■■•      i
. the Sort! rest 1 -  " t ol British Col .ml.in, Manitoba,
■      . •    • •■■
' I: MKUtt'TT.Pre   ■    • D. R. WILKIE, Vlee-Pres. snd G$n. Man.
:. I! \\ . \-   -m ,-.  .   i. Mn   jr.      W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
G
et a Home
For   Yourself.
I Dcn't Psy Ren*7l
»-, —- •
Easy Terms.
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Surveyed
anil Crown (irants U:
Realdcrnc-i   Seal Reeord.OtBee,
•|r..;:l l.il;c. II I
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO  L" D-
llHrilwaro, Miners' Bi    plies,
fui'l Ranges.
•Mei_'.cr>.. a c.
Trim     I t\c.    II.    ''. Hr»rnc*i -A    Oene-ral    It-iking    Iu.l*.-.s    Transacted
Savings I' I—Dei i   I and interest allowed.
'.'-... i .','■•' >..
• ■     ■ ■ ■•   |  .,m t i r-ollfn '.'inr< nr.il
I
T. ['. BAKER,
nan.ijter
Soli, iio-.j f. r Mola. n'i Bank,
REVELSTOKE   -   B. C.
■
AL1  ' ..  CRAWFORD
THK   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stab!
Saddle, Puck nn.l Cartage Horse- Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
no
I earning a Special
I   ...    nborno
ii. via Trout I. at . al 1 a.m.
Brancli ; tables nt Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson snd Cambnri e
RESERVE,
BIGHT OF WAY  FOR   RAILWAY8,
ETC.
Notice is hereby given thai all Crown
lands along tbe located lines ilany rail
way, power, or tramway company.incorporated under authority ol the
legislature ol iii" Province, and having :i width of fifty (80) feet on i sell
-i.|«'(.( said line*', ntr r. tr \ .1 f..i right
of way pnrposes for snch railway, power
oi train m.i*. eompan*.
W. ?. GORE.
Depniy Com. of lam!.- and Works.
& Works Dept.
Victoria B.C., :ir.l Oct., 1006.
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1
I City Jiinig
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;.«*.*.*•-'-** ■**^-*»-****>-v**'-v-t
kvj___*.*  »..,,
I UOl'RIETAl
MEDICINES
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
lool Supplies
Toilet Articles,    !
I I*"""*    A FULL i.i.M. ni'  ui
i
"     STRICTLY CASH    1
I, LINE OF CHOICE STATION] RY    '...',
1-—*-•-.
_:-:. » i.,.:r.vJ•,£_ii4S(0l-jeM_,O»©*OICF-OHCM^^_,v '",
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B  C.
lest Hotel in Town,
Healptcrc for Mi d Commercial Hei
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
P. R. McLfP.NAN,   PROPRIETOR
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   I. 0.0.P,
NO. -11
_     •f_"s*\,*V    _ It   III.':.- Inwtll Ig. Ill-ill III
•LrfViTii*.**' ' -   """   ''>'r
W^^***_-Wkl I'm-I.i*   r.....1   nt    ■
V"_X-,.'.'V3T ''VI.H'h      ,'Kil nr:   l.r.illi.
X*.Bp>TTJ*; er* cordially irolcome
-*' *vt.
O. Jaeobaon, tt. t;.; a. v. edge, is .t P.I..
fi} TUSCAN   LODGE,
/v No39.
*     .?      A.F.  & A.M.
'"-'•'     •    .'Jr'l   Thursday rue',
month.
Visitors Wflpimie
II. M Ph i-..ii. IV II,
m^i®BWBmB&^»BBsmmm
I TEe Lardeai! Brewing
M Company ,
i".r*-^rjv"rc»***-
Lager Beer
and Porter.
CBntr***P****ra
Draft ®, Bottled.
®E^^B?rmzm.^Bm&i£BT>SBy£ SB
NOTI* E  TO CO.OWNEBS.
Jai i  ■'. -i'', • r'   arl
m ty hare transferred hii
thi Cromwell mineral claim.
Ta i al a a, tl e
ro-ow'.•.-« writ h you in  thi- Ci
mineral claim,situate on heado i
creek, in Tronl Lake miiiin_.iivif.ion of
W. K'i itenay, Its
essarv arork and made the n ceesarv expend itn*e on above-mentioned claim
for they ara 1904*1905, in order to hold
the sam.' u ider - i :!■ n 2-1 r.f tho Min.-r-
■tl .-.ft. ami Ihe v.nr for ul.iih i-aiil
«-ork was performed having expired «
hereby give yon n itice that il wllliin !»0
liiys from iho Aral publication ■
y. i fail or r. |'. i tribnte yonr pro
portionate share of snch expend!ti
end p_y the cost '•! this advertieetnenl
j interest in the said mineral claim
will become the ni»| ertv of the undi r-
alsned nnder and by virtneol s.-.h.. •
of the Mineral Act Amendment .'.■:.
1900.
P-.'.<il tl.in 18th day of <.,->..i„.r, ..i,
190o.        E. If. Moboa*   1
.-      .
•
0K
BarbefSbop j
 Fi'K A	
Ooi>J Shave or Heir Cut
— cam. os —
William Schnc.1. j
KH.r   '  -    N
1!" OCl
A. VV. Hiirra
8. J.  UkAllAM
Ci -Owners.
H. N. Coursier
REVELSTOKE, II. C.
FIK.:    [N8URANCE
LO.S •• !. •-   !• \ I H   PROMFfl I. \
Write for Ratal
Hot and Coi-1 Baths-
Accnuiitam,     ....      Apdttor.
J.O. MURRAY,
TROOT LAKE.B, C.
6 i - irefull*
looki-i aili-r.
Atcnlf.-irUoinhv'a liaiion
FLOUE——-
=FLOUB
Starfteg & Co.
■VHOLE8ALE DBAfJSRa la Butter,
Kt'.-*,   Clioejo,   Produce   and   Frui: j
Hon ton life., r isephineSi. v,; on,B.C
Rev_lst ke Assessment
Di.tPict.
Take Notice tlmt I  shall bold ..
("nit  of  Revitioo   ami   Appeal,
nnder tin' "Anesamenl Act, 1903,"
for the Revelstoke Assessment Dis
[rict.on Monday, thp 27th day of
■ '•". .-it the hour of 11
'■'   in   tin'  forenoon, at tbe
('•.■in Ho;:..-, Bevelstoko.
Dalctl at Uevelstoke thi._ _lri]
day of October, Ifni.".
C. M. KIl'f.D.
.'nice of the Court of Revision
and   Appeal,   Revelstoke  Asses
int'nt District ..f West Kootenay
Imperial
Earber Shop.
For ■   nd I!. r-. rtUng ami
Shaving i<o to
G. A. CHEESEMAN
t ..r' i \*■ Bern
Hot and  Cold  n.u...
R
3.50 oer
V
r
NOTICE.
During the  Winter  Months our Store wllf
be open  from   8  a.m.  to   7  p.m.   except
Saturdays and nights prec-ding holidays
rf
FRASER, S^LJS
FLOUE"
=FLOUR
V.M. Westfall & Co.
Mining iiruk. i..
Minini rr.i|...|ii... Ilri^irtod On.
M i .' -■ r..I ro. |   r li riouahland Hold,
Minln*Pi ipertleaLooked Altarfl»rMon*K«|. i
Inr'..  I l     I.. ....,, 'I-.,,,,,   T  ,  i ,,     f.
ItwordinedafnS       iront Lake, L. < .
Thsli C. ASSAY and CHlirtlCAl
SUPPLY Co., I.'.i
Vaxoodvib, B, c
Healqoartera Ior Assajrers, Mining and
Jill Supplies. Sole stents in B. 0. for
Morgan Crucible Co , Battersea, En*
iiinl; P. \\ lirii.iii ,.c„.v PetentCarv
Fornaees. Burners, ete. : Wm. Ain*V
|t'*r!,h a Co.'s Floe Balances, etc  i ic
* Essaying ^
Sold or Silver  »] rl(j
fiiildnii.l Silver   .         «>i on
Bllverand Lead " ''., r,„
g?_r ■••••••■-•••■ j?
f,m V 50
5   SHANNON, Assayer
PUR0U50N B. u
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
.TROUT LAKIP    c.
Bar well Supplied with Liquor &. Cigars
Urge Comfortable Rooms.   Excellent Cuisine nnd Attendance,
Madden & Levesque
Props
P.Bams&Co!ip.8.Well«
WHOLESALE, 'AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dealers loan (finds of Fresh tint
ntOUTLAKE*B.C
REVELSTOKE
RAW FURS
CA5H   PR.ICU5   1^'°

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