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Array MAR 23 1905     & £/
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VOL. i
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C.,   HARCH 17, 1905.
No. 18,
Yades    Council
Meeting.
BUSINESS-LIKE CONCLAVE
GETS TO WORK WITH THE
ADVANCEMENT OK THE
DISTRICT AS AN OBJECT..
A meeting of tradesmen undoiti-
kcuB wan held on Friday Inst with
the object of organizing  a Trades
Council. The meeting waj very
Iwcll attended, J. A. Griffiths was
■elected chairman, andJ. C. Murray
[secretary pro U*m
K. C. Elliott explained the pro-
icedureand the necessity of a Board
|(.f Trade.
Murray—Eraser : That a Trades
Council be organized.    Carried.
The election of officers was then
proceeded with and resulted as follows: J. A. Griffiths, president;
Newman-Taylor, secretary-treasurer ; T. B. Baker, vice-president
Moved by Murray and 0. W.
Abrahamson that secretary be exempt from fees and assessments.
Carried.
Elliott Mcpherson : That a
committee ba*ppoiiited consisting
, of officers elected to draw up a set
[of by-laws for approval of Aasoi la-
[tion.   Carried.
Murray—Elliott: That the men*
ili.isliip fee he $5.00,  payable half
yearly.    Car. ied.
Murray—Shepherd : That a committee of officer! elected take steps
in approach proper authorities fur
securing extension of road from
Gerrard toTrottt Lake ami rc|»ort
lo next Council meeting. Carried.
Maker Murray : That secretary
in* instructi.. to invite Pwgwsea
and Poplar to send delegates t,,
th's body and unite with us in endeavours to open lake ; also with
regard t,, building here between
(Jenaid and Trout Lake. Carried.
Murray — MePltcrsoii :   That   a
committee of three be appointed to
obtain facts and figures and any
information as to the position of
the town with regard to incorporation.   Carried.
Messrs   R.  Scott,  O.   V    Abra
hainson   and   IL   McPherson were
nominated for this committee by
the chairman and elected.
Baker—Madden : That the next
meeting of the Council be held on
Monday, Feb. 30th, at thc Rkvikw
office.    Carried
Scott-Crawford : That the meeting adjourns.
Bert Fow'er came in from the
const on Wednesday.
Robert Scott has a deal on for
the Silver Leaf group with Seattle
parties.
Frank Landrian ami Alex Riggur
went up to the Silver I'iato on
Wednesday morning to resume
work on the property!
Mrs. Harry (iodsoe came in on
Monday from the coast to visit her
mother, Mrs. Jowett, Harry has
a good position there, ami is doing
well.
A. B. Ernst, of Seattle, who in
company with D. Longyear, uf
Lancing, Mich., was in last fall
looking over some properties in
tin- Haskini basin, has written to
interested parties that he will be in
as soon as the snow goes off sufficiently to allow going over thc
ground.
Wo had a letter last week from
Jake Schmitt, who is living with
his family at Athena, Ore. Jake
wishes to be remembered to all his
old friends in Trout Lake and Ferguson.
J. Dagg. Who eume from the
East last fall, left on Thursday for
the Okanagaii country.
Gol^   ;t.   Paving
_vu.a,il\/i y_
1'LACER OPERATIONS IN Th.
LARDEAU   RIVER   BEGUN.
CLEAN-UP  GIVE8   EXCELLENT: RESULTS.
A representative ot the Review
on Wednesday afternoon last made
a trip to  the placer grounds of the
Spokane   Falls Placer Mining Co.,
ami while there noted  the method
of treatment. The claims are within the city limits of Trout   Lake,
and the dam which was constructed last fall is observable from the
wagon  n>ad.     Two men  were at
work  when   the  scribe   made   his
visit, and  a glance showed that a
clean-up was in swing.   The past
week ha*, been devoted to clearing
thc sluice   boxes  ,,f   ice,  and that
being accomplished, placer operations proper will ensue lienccfortl.
Messrs. W. F. Dtinphy and Norris
Smith  were engaged in the work,
the latter shoveling   the dirt from
the  bed  of  the  creek  into  pans,
which were being dumped in the
sluice box about three rods distant
by the former.    The gold ob ained
being   of   the    shot   anil   nugget
variety  the  blanketing process is
not neoeasary, rilllcrs in the box
easily retaining the precious metal.
During the shoveling operations
some twenty nuggets of an average
of  \2 grains were picked from the
dirt, and after live hours shove ing
the  water  was    cut   off   ami   the
rilllcrs  lifted.     The old system of
washing the dirt in pans win then
proceeded with, and after theb'ack
sand  had   been carefully rounded,
our representative saw enough gold
to cause a stampede even in Alaska.
By Invitation of Mr. Dunphy the
scribe was a witness of the weigh-
in ; the scales tipping at 82 tlwts.
20 grs., or a cash equivalent of
$27 oH. Sp'ciitlid returns from live
hours' i hoveling by one mini ! The
men wire naturally elated at the
good days' wages, and Mr. Dunphy
who bus washed dirt with great
success in the Kl.uikike avers thai
Development on Canyon Creek Has
Produced Good Results.
— -ax*** **-  -   •——
THE   GRAND   SOLO,   RUBY   SILVER   AND
OTHERS   SHOW   GOOD   VALUES.
-On Sunday afternoon last, whilst
driving in from Beaton, Win Glenn
noticed that the roof of Adams
Bros, residence at their ranch was
in flames, lie immediately apprized the occupants, and a combined effort wns made to subdue
the flames. This proving ineffectual attention was directed to saving the household effects, and a few
articles   were    recovered.      Being
The (irand Solo group, on which ' Selma.    On   these properties is a
a  short  bond   has been   given  to' strong quartz lead ,r> feet in width,
Eastern parties, consists „f the with a paystreak of from 6 to 12 constructed of cedar the builtCng
Grand Solo and Copper Peak min- inches. The ore is galena, and was scon blazing fiercely, and in
era! claims, which have an altitude j assays show that it carries 171 ozs.
oH,600 to 6,600 feet.    Bo far only silver and 78 per cent lead to the
half- ami.cur Mas completely   de
molished.     The brothers   Adam:
66 feet of  tunnel   has been driven I toni   The   vein   has been stripped jIiad recently beautified their  resi
on  the ledge,  which  is four feet in several places.    M. Nelson is the jdence to a  great extent, and they
wide ami shows a  paystreak of 22 owner of the group. | will suffer to the tune of $900, as
inches rpiar.z nnd ,:rey cpner. A T,10 R(.,, frUl grmtp ooo.iete of f )Ta\^^j^L^
4-inch grev c .pper streak assays; |h- Rfld ,,.,.. ^ ^ vi(,or-a j hearmg of their uncle s plight W ,11
1,500 oat.inr silver and 12 percent U „„. Red „-„ there j, afi in. -ul r red Adams, who are stay.n,
copper. The property ia owned by „,iu.(1 Bhaf, o( 2, f(.(, The ore is »" town hastened to offer then
P. A. Lindgren and N. Boden. | „f ,h(. „ ^ M t,R. L*ngon t ranch as temporary headquarters.
The Black Jack Silver Dollar i View. There is an 8-inch pay- ^ letter was received by Jim
fraction. Clara Slid Grand Falls streak on the hanging wall which 'Sent during the week from Vernon,
constitute the  Black Jack -.• □ \\\ average at  least $100 to the.-''1*1 '* touring the Okanogan on
A very strong quarts lead ,,,,.   The ownere of this group are hia bicycle, and says thc weather,
posed on the Black J hich i    Messrs, Bergh, Bodin, A. M. Craig Iro8*ds and auburn-haired damsels
there are all right
10 feet wide, ami carries grey cop-  and Ed. HHlman
per.   Thc only work done on this|    Th*? llnl»v
claim   consists  in   ■
ledge for several feet.
.  Silver group
tTipping   -'"Mat the head of Can von creek, con-
situate      What  about   those  s imples for
th • Rkvikw exhibit ?
(in the Sil-
sists of liv • claims.    On the No 1
vcr Dollar fraction open cuts have '^ of ino Ruby Silver a  tunnel
been made and a tunnel driven for j ,);1R , „ (,riv(>n for 2g  ^ ,huW.
In the tunnel 6 inches of[j_g 2-  *,„.,„.„ of ore on (he fo0,_
ire running 210 o/.s. in silver to
25 feet,
rui
the  ton  has   been   obtained.
wall.   On No. 2 a tunnel has been
run for 1 HI feet, which has exposed
The Knob Hill group is made up a paystreak  of 20 inches, which
•f  the   Knob   Hill. Selkirk   and earifies   g*rey   copier   ami   native
11 y mineral claims,and adjoins silver.    The on- will average $100
Linson View mi th.-.-iiuth, and|U) *J,e tna.      On   the Good  Shot
... fi are exposed  the same lead*Llaim 0f this group an open-cut for
at   various   points.     V,ry   little _) feet shows a 16-inch pavs'treak
work has been done on thiB pro- w„icb runs 1,000 oss. in slver and
perty,   which    is   owned   by    N. m    p.,-   eenb   copper  to the ton.
Frikson- j The property   is owned  by P. A.
Next is the Broken Hill ■-    i|    Lindgren, M. Nelsen, Gust Bergh
make tip of the Broken Hill and land N. Bodin.
The Horse Shoe
Looks Good.
A RICH STRIKE OF CLEAN
GREY COITER ORE MADE
(IN THE PROPERTY THIS
WEEK.
Steady work pays ! For some
time Alex. McLean has been working the Horse Shoe under lease.
and has met with great success.
During this week he opened up
a vein of the richest ore ever found
in thecountry.    *V sample brought
t i the Rkvikw office is causing con-
k   sider.'hle attention. The new strike
Two Good Hockey Games theother end once more
— minutes later time was called leav- 'consists of clpnn ^rov C0V]}CT aVer-
Detcnniiud to get  as much full   fog Ferguson victorious by 5 to 2.    jn„*nR *j ',00 per ton".
out of departing winter as possible,  — ' e,,„ ..    ,  .,
those old  antagonist, Ti„ut Lake      The curtain was rung down   on        *e property ,s  owned by A. il
and Ferguson, who neve tire of Wednesday evening last, when the *•* «"'   ^ »•"--. and hs
twin cities met for the final dust-1had considerable work done on it.
turns of $17b* ]icr ton, and another
Dr. Thompson, M.P., for Yukon,
who is now en route to Ottawa, has
b« en on a visit to Victoria, B.C., to
see the minister of mines, l'rein er
McBride, in reference to the placer
mining laws of British Columbia,
which Yukon miners think are
among the best in the world.
(Jeo. I'roulx went Up to the
Lucky Boy on Monthly to look
after the cooking for the fores
there. Johnny Hickman, who has
been occupying that position for
some time, came down with a sev-
nttack of la grippe the same day.
Beaton's popular hotel man, W.
Ilovtl, wns iu town on Monday. It
is not generally known that Will
possesses cxtiaordinary skill as a
physician. Recently his prowess
in this line was called into action,
and ns an incentive to kill or cure
titan promised 11,000.   Hi; has got. ^.^ -^ aH _(()(| lls anything he has
thai amount    CoMIMQ !
'I here is no chiuiee of buying
Inn,her from the sawmill now. J.
B. Manross w.is down from Ferguson on Monday with the purpose of taking a load back with him
to build an addition to his house.
The etliet bus gone forth  that no
lumber can be
shareholders I
purchase*
1.    Pi
erguson
each other's company, had two
more good games this week. The
mild weather hail not materially
affected the ice at either rinks, and
a good crowd witnessed the game
at Ferguson on Monday night.
The line-up was as follows :
Ferguson:—Smith, gosl; BHuger, n>;
Snell cp; Barber, rj rkompaon.Cliff*)
unci Porteons, forwsrds
Trout Lulle : —llilltnuli.poal: E.Crawford, p.I VV. Crawford, cp; Rchulse.rj
IliiiuitiM'ti. loll and Vipond, torwa-da.
The game opened up somewhat
sensationally, as  the visiting team
almost immediately scored at thei
builds of   Higginson.  and   a   fowl
minutes later Will Crawford beat
the  Ferguson  goalie with a hard!
drive from centre.    Fills.! e,l by tin-
sweets of victory  the   Lake boys
put in nil they know  to increase
their   lead,   but   every Inch of   tne
ice wns sternly contested, and from
a smart piece • f combined work by
the  home seven   th,' defence was
pierced by a  beauty from Barber
Exciting pay in tnid-ice prevailed
for some  time but the I, into forward were gradually fori Ing lhe
opposition to act on tho defensive.
Two minutes befon   the  call   o
time a yell from the homo sup| or*
ters denoted that another goal hud
been scored,     Th ■ teams crossed
over witli  2  goals  each  to  their
credit.
On the resumption Ferguson had
the best of tlie exchanges, and from
a clean lift bj Siinger, tin- puck
was hustled through 8-2. The
Lake team woke up ami pul some
sterling dashes in, but the fasl
play in the first half, add to which
the combination of the Ferguson
forwards, bail a deteriorating effect
on them, and another goal was put
through by Thompson,    A spirited
large crew of montoldttsh bv  Vf. Crawford nearly had
up in the Trout Lake rink.    A fair
sized audience watched the game. ™dl'thia winter overa«ed '
Where the O.P.R,
Fails Us.
GLARINO EXAMPLE OF M1S.-
MANAOKMENT WHICH HAS
A SEHIOUS EFFECT ON
LOCAL CONDITIONS.
A sample of the way in which
this country is being hoodooed by
the C.P.R. officials of the Fast. A
letter was recelvetl this week by one
of our local merchants from a
wholesale dealer in Montreal, from
which we gice the following extract :
"Your esteemed order shipped
March 8th. We bo? It advise yon
that the Railway people linve're-
fused the ense nnd returned same to
us, stating that this station (Trout
Luke) is closed up on account of ice
forming on the lake. Kindly instruct us how to ship."
We cannot understand such action
on the part of the railway people, as
for the past seven or eight years
conditions have been the same,
with the exception of last year,
and all goods consigned to this
place have come forward via Arrowhead.
Capital from Montreal as well as
other Eastern towns is interested
in this part of the country, and
other deals are ou which will in?
tcrest more, and it does us incaD
culable injury to have it known
that we are through the winter tied
up without transportation of any
kind. Surely we have enough to
contend with getting in and out to
Arrowhead without putting us
down as being entirely shut off
from the outside world. If the
C.P.R. had done the right thing
there would have been no necessity
to have the lake closed up.
We beliove that to •- u-d 5»y re?
currence of this trouble the lake
service should be done away with
and the road extended to Trout
Lake. We have pointed out In
previous issues that it would be a
paying proposition to the C.P.R.
and at the same time be of vast
benefit to the Trout Lake district.
Another instance is likely to
seriously aftect the Review, as a,
consignment of stationery geods
is anxiously awaited here. Wc
were advised on February 13th
last that the goods had been ship-
Tlrs was the eighth meeting of thei Last year a shipment was made
teams this season, and it must be]from the property which gave replaced on record that no semblance] The splendid way in which this
of discord has marred the pleasant | property is opening up taken in
sportsniiinslikc  games.     As far as conjunction with the good showings! jk,j froniToronto, and with recent
developments we admit it keeps us
guessing. The popular refrain
around this office for the past week
has been ' Where, oh, where are
thev now ?"
ever encountered.
We have maintained right along
that if properly treated gold could
be obtained from the creek iu large
quantities, and now that this has
been demonstrated, wo hope the
Spokane Falls Placer Mining Co.
will  put a
honors are concerned, the Payroll in the Lucky Boy, the adjoining
Centre claims f> wins to the Com- property, demonstrates the richness
nieicial Hubs .'?. On this occasion of and continuity of the ore shoots
Trout Luke boys essayed a mighty) A good sizeii shipment will be
effort, and Battered their supporters made as soon as the lake is opened.
by winning by 5 goals to 1.     True' ■ m> •
Ferguson were not fu'ly represen- Capt. Fitssimmons intends leav-
teil. but the same excuse could be ing Saturday for a trip to the coaal
advanced for the home team on cities Whilst away he will 'ook
other occasions, and it is thought into thc latest methods of breaking
by tho respective partisans that ice, and on his return expects to be
fully represented two teams were fully equipped with the knowledge
mver better matched, but, to the neces'ary to pilot the boat to Gor-
gauie. rard.
At the face-off b.iths teams played A w,t„oriber of East Providence.
somewhat cautiously, and it was | R j (writog 0DC]0ging $3 for yearly
some time before the spectators|BUb_Cription:" I like your" little
The Ferguson ^f. |„.t..lu,(, j, gives such reliable
news of the mines, and because its
editors are alive." Little bouquets
of this nature lead us to be believe
that wi are appreciated in far-away
Rhode Island. Words „f encouragement accompanied by the collateral are sweot, ns even editors
arc human.
It is expected that operations on
work  ami   have  all the
that they deserve.
good luck! the desired effect, and  from the
breakaway Bnoll beat llillimin, at
defence, however was soon taxed,
and W. Crawford by a dais'ing individual run _ ,1 through and drew
1-1 blood for Trout Lake. Thirty
seconds later Schulsebeai the Ferguson goal again with 11 Or-iSS .hot.
I he visitors made 0. game response
and   for  a   time  were   dangerous.
Barber hud the chance of a lifetime
but   got ratt'ed.      Woods who was
playing a star game, pul ona third j the Lake b 'tween the ports of Uer
goat just ns half-time was sounded   rard and '1 rout Lake will bo re-
Almost directly itftor the interval sumed about the first of April.
Schulse put on another goal, and     ,,.,    ,, .    ...    .  ,,.,„,,
,    1   ,,       i    ,     1     ,t       r, 1 i"   (iovcrnnient   omoes arc all
Jack Crawford shortly nflorwards      '"
nuton a fifth.    Ferguson al this being refitted.   'I he new vault hav
tuncluro   played  like ilenions. and   ing   thoroughly   dried,   the   books
and papers are being moved into it.
thus assuring their safety in the
even! of fire. The outer office is
being re-papered and   altered, and
Fttfxn.-— A pocket book. Owner
can have same by giving descrip*
tion and pa) ing for this advertisement.
Juniors Play Hockey.
Animated by the example of tho
seniors, the juveniles of Trout I.ako
and Ferguson played two matches
this week. The first encounter
took place on Monday at Ferguson
and the home team were winners
by 2 goals to one. On Wednesday
the return match was played at
Trout Lake, and after a very interesting game before a good crowd
the teams left tho ice with one
goal each to their credit.
Trout Lake:— Illmanii, Punk Ken-
ncdv, Willie Atherton, Fred Vipond,
George Hnnerand Charlie Haner.
Ferguion:—80 Smith, Raima Berg-i
111:11111. lleiiniiiK r.etgnmi.", Willie liar-
rctt, Champ Noshitt and WillieNeshitt.
- ^.^ -
Married,
1 ye,I   lik
Bcorod by a splendid shot from E,
Crawford, but their efforts were
too late) and Troul Lake won by 6
to  1.
I'liuit Luke:—Mel lines, goal; ,1. Craw
ford p;   W.  Crawford  opj  Soltolce r;
lllggliiaon, Wiimlit and Toll forwards.
I'orgttaon:*—J, Thorn, goal | E, Crawford p ; sliiiKer cp; Thompson rj Sid
linakett, Datberanu Snell forwards,
the door has been removed Io the
corner of Lardeau street .whilst the
! recorder's tlesk will be on the vault
side of the building.
VV ILKI EiEDW A RDS—Privately.
At St. (ieorge's Church, Fort
I angli'v. on the 28th' February,
by the Rev. H. W. Luffere, Wal*.
ter 0. E. H. Wilkie, boh of the
late Henry Wilkie, Esq., to
Louisa Anne Edwards, daughter
of the late. Harry Edwards, Est| ,
of Highbury, London, Eng.
The Rkvikw extends eongnitulu-.
tions to the happy couple 1
a_y*v«_*^.. - <■ ..' -—— ■'. ■■ :	
THE LAJLDEAV MINING
REVIEW.
is Printed al Trout Uvket'lly, ana PuMlahed
at Korguaou aad Trout Lakeeyery b'rlduy.
Toe Editor doea not nold almaa-ll reapont.
I,le   I'm-  Un-  "|ililli)lis   of corri'lillolWlviili-l'Ji-
pri'ssetl hi its i-iiluriiiih
All loc.ils vvljl In' churned ill the rule of l.i
Otlllta |»'i- Itiii:, ili-si insertion. aqd 10 cents pi'.
11 in- t-.u-ii ttubaeqitent Inaertfon.
Tcpna for Transient uml other advertlalni
will In- niiiti- known 0:1 it i >i., i.iii i. ■' i at otlh-t'
Pubaorlpllotl f J.0O ii yenr. In iiilvuiien.
MURRAY fffi. ATHERTON Publishers
I        '    ...    V --J -"•'-'I-   -.   L      ....     ■-'„ ■.»'--    ~,'-":-'-i      -   ■■■•'
is a body such ns that whloh hasI
been f,>rui> ll.      Take, fur iut-taucc, <
tl^e looking after roads and trail
appropi atioiis-, the tianspoi'tatlon !
question, and  many others.   We
trust that thine  interested   in the|
welfnie of the district will become
members  and take part in   its tie-!
liberations,
E.   L.   Kinman   came   in from
Revelstoke Thursday night t,, look
after hij interests here. He Ins j (Special). The Japanese uiys-
now a big logging contract a' [tenons army, under command of
Three Valley. In moving hi, 'General KHwamurn. have turned
machinery from hereto tho present [up to the north of Tie Pass, and
work he says everything was stolen fare giving battle to the Russians,
ilmt could bo carried off. Ilu i- with Field Marshall OyHina pound-
;he Sawmill Co. on ing them from ihe front.   General
Russian Army
Surrounded.
Kurcpatkin Hemmed in and
Fighting Hard.—Choice of
Surrender or Running the
Gauntlet*.
Montreal,   Match   18,  2 p.m.—
FALSE   PROPHETS.
Notwithstanding the Liberal
piophi'ey that tho Victoria government hud but a short Hie ami had
lhe grave already for thp obsequies, **ttjl  pushin
it is ev'dciit that the corpse has J the several suits he bus BgaiuBl f Kuropatktn and army is now ab-
pot materialized vet; but, to the them. The suit for ejtvtinent Ol
contrary, the McBride govt rpment the company from the shore cornels stronger to-day than ever before, up on May 7th. Another one f,u
I -creased taxation is always oh a. 190,000 damages comes up at the
noxious to the majority, but tin same time, also en action attack-
present powers have not hesitated i log thu validity of the debentnn
in introducing measures Which I mortgage. The interpleader action
would do so in thijr endeavours tie brought by Sheriff Vuill as to the
pl.t the finances of the Province on  last  seisnre,  comes  up before the
asulslunt:ul   basis.     This  il not ] fall court ou 4th April.
the act of supine or weak men, but
mie which shows their feiirleB.-ness
iu doing what  they   believe to be
right
THE SOCIALIST VOTE-
I law ihornwaile and his a*»oei-
aiti'S in the Victoria house are re
peivlng the denunciations , f the
Liberal press because of their ad-
tieeiveness to il»o Conservative
party of the Province. It reminds
us of the fable of the fox and tbe
grapee. Tlie grapes were sour because Mr. Reynard could not reach
|h' ni. but, oh ', how sweet, were it
otherwise. All the same with tho
Liberal party and the Socialist*.
Constant    Reader  writ -s :   "I
think it would be a tjreftt convening  to  the- citizens  if th" postmaster established boxes nt differ.
eiit points around town,  say at all
tlie    hotels    und    Review   office,
This would  greatly facilitate  the
mailing  of  letters,  and   it would
not  entail  much   trouble   on   the
post-master   to  make   the   round
each night to collet than.
[Quile right, '• Constant Reader,"
you   have   our  sympathy.    We
are only sorry you  didn't suggest that he should also personally deliver the mail; also while
on the subject, why not a balloon
service lo  the  mines and tier-
r.u-d ?]
soliitely surroundedi and it looks
as though that he will be com pell
ei! lo surrender  or   light   his way
northward  through   the Japanese
army.
Starke^ & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALER8 in Putter,
EggM,    t'heejt'.    Produce    ami    Krnit
Houston I'.k., Fosephine St. Kelion, B.C
Th. Nelson
Brewing Co.
Brewers of
Fine   Lager   Beer
and Porter
R. Roisterer (_»Co.    -   Props.
«"■*■"
„|j-aa*a]*a*a***_-i >aiPt»p_p
Masterson, Griffith
——®> Co. ■
IT  DIDN'T WORK.
A snap vote taken on the school
bill by the Liberals on a. motion to
jiive   it  a   six   months'   hoist  has
acted   like   u  boomerang.     They
look   advantage  of the absence of
fuur government members, but the
motion was  deft at' d   by 19 to 10.'
If, however, demount ratfd that tlie ^
Liberals,  ou   the   first   division if
tho   liniise   could  onlv   muster  10
votis iii a house of 42.    Hull (Vic-
8t. Patrick's Day has   passed in
perfect serenity. We believe every
body in town is Iris''—if wo are to
IU. lie represented in the Lar
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ilenii     at     n'L'iihir     intertills
be guided bv the number uf people'      7    throughout the year;   Orders
'for clothing will receive clow attention
Smith & Co.
45 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAILORS
W
who sportttl the greeu in honor of
that illtiltrion*. Fa;ltt who drove
the snakes and t, ads from ih**
Emerald  Isl*.      Several  of our,
Scan,Iii,avian Iri.-h who have shot '
I'hinoccruses on   the Rhino had revenge on the eraitur beforo break
fast, and were hors du combat for
loiia), who  moved the resolution -^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
was so excited over the evident fall >,1,e ve"»"»^r «*,llp fc-tiv.il.
ofiln*  government when the vote      Kre.l C.  Elliott  went to Revel-
was taken that he ft.rgot to boldUokc on Tuesday morning on bus-
<ip his hand.
incss.
Onr representati'e will Is- iuTROVT
LAKE and FERGUSON iu n f<-» weeks
We have a great reputation fcr Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
WCCD   VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO   LTD
Hardware,  Miners'  Supplies, Stoves
ami Ranges.
NELSON. B   C.
I OG JAMS are scarce
on Trout Lake.  But
if you want any nice
Strawberry
(8b
Raspberry
Jam
at 50C. 61b. bucket.
Come to us.
Masterson,   Griffith
and  Co.
^
General
Merchants,
Notwithstanding the solid delegation of Liberals to the Dominh n
liniise ami their nnaulmous support of tlie proposition to place a
duty of ♦ J ou per thousand on
rough lumber, it was <tivcii n cold
turn-down by the Minister of
Finance. Croat is the political
power of B.C. at Otlawa (?).
The United Suites producer of
lead receives foi it at the rate if
$1.37 pi r ow*.; iu Canada, $1.70
with a hoiiiis of 75c. per cwt. In
the United Stales the maniifae-
Jii'ers of ieatl are proteeied from
foreign markets, and (be eastern
i s r of i hem lihl to pay lhe wesl-
t'.'o producer  ii   fair price   for tlie |
taw material. In Canada the . «*t
ern manufacturers of ull kinds of
niacin',n ry are protected ; the pro-
duels of the farm, r and rancher of
the i/reat prftiriea arc also protec-
I tl, and the western consumer has
to | iiy for it. U hen the question,
howe.or, comes up in the Dominion lioi.M' as to the | rot cot ion of
the product! of li.C, it is not even
worthy of consideration, and tin'
n'Milt is that our markets i.re
Hooded by the surplus of the U.S.,
and our lend mining and |uinbei<i
jug industries tire working under
Gondii ions which are uejili r fat*
tiiablo or just.
Lardeau
Hotel
Bn€C
a
Sandy Laughtor.
Proprietor.
w
HEX  visiting  Ferguson you
sh'>u)d stav at the Lnnhati
Hotel.     Here   the   visitor
will  h;  eurrouuded  with
borne comforts.    Kxcclleiil
cuisine,     well    venlilated
and    warm    rooms,    well
stocked bar.   and   everything which
i -i il- towards  making your visit a
pleasant and memorable one.
Rites ftom *fl day upwards.
We strive t<> please our patrons.
FERGUSON.
13:
NEW
BOOKS
A LADDER OP SWORDS.
By Gilbert Parker, doth. $1.50
THE LAST HOPE.
By 11 s Merriman, cloth. 1.50
THE MYSTIC 8PRING.
By 1). VV. lligjiins. Victoria. 1.50
FOSTER'S'BRIDGE'MANUAL
Cloth, 1.50
Building   Trad s   Pockel Hook
Business Man's Pocket Hook
Mechanic's I'ockct Memorandum
Three vols. 1.50
I'nt by the [nternatienal Oorraepood-
enct* Bchoo) it! $1 each  imr price $1.50
Tbe Canuda Ding & Book Co.
NELSON.   B   C.
fi
NOW
is   Ihe   time   f »r   you to
tt> lluy lints.    Never were
lhe l'ros|M.'cts of Ferguson
so bright.
The Town of FEBOU80N
will be one of the Greatest
Ore Prodncing Qsmps in the
World. Tho high degree of
success achieved hy tht-
nonerous WKALTUY and
PRACTICAL BRITI8H ami
A H K K I 0 A N M I N I N d
COMPANIES now oiveraling
there is a tribute to the
tremendous w tilth of the bills
i Li U n n e
J. Y. Griffin _ Co.
FERGUSON
The reorganization <<f tl c Trades
Clllllllil which took il.ice In le last
Friday is along the right lines.
The attendance nt lhe initial
imeliug was flood, nnd we trust
lhe membership will increase
)arKe'.v- The result of united action is infinitely gtca'cr than individual net inn. Many matteis
prise which nun be of udvaiifsge
pr disadvantage to  the to*, n ii.it
arc not tn Urn I old of unless theie
Q
Celebrated   liriimls   ot
and t'lKs,
NELSON,
ii.iiu. Bacon
B   C.
MACKINNON and
SUTHERLAND
We have everything at our
Store   that   you    Require.
:The Year  1905
Finds us at the Old Stand
striving to please you All
with QUALITY and PRICE
FERGUSON - - B. C.
in
rtADDEN HOUSE SSS/ffiS
I*., mil IIMt]■ .iiinfi.rliil.li' liiiin.-T Irx.trj-
Ilu' Miiil'l.n llntii... Well ntrniabsd ruinim
lliililiil I.y .l.^-lrlelli. llml-.-lium U'unl. In
Ih<-1nir \on will nn• 1 ull the b_t iIihiiikIIi- nmt
I im i->i lt-il llqnoil iiinl rlican..
Thomaa Madden. Prop*
Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION   OF RESERVE.
STOTICKIl herel>>- flTStt thai tlie nwrvii-
lion ratnlilUlieil In namunM i.f the pn.vl*
.Ioiih uf Hi' " t'liliiinhUi mul Wi-aierii lliiliw'ny
Xubaldy Vit Ifoi," ii»iirt-H»rivlilrli wmpafr
m-Im'.I Iii tin' llrlllHh i mi ii, i..i/.ii,   ami
luU*rl "III Mny. I«ns. mul Mil liin,' 1st*, rrap	
'Ively, tire lirrrhy ninei'lh-.l.
ci.,,iii landa nUialou u-irnlii tin- nnitrui-
ini.-i'ii by the said rea**rvatlott mil beoponed
'ii aiile, M'llli'ini'iit, leiiii1 mi.l other iIIn|hihItl.in
■iii.te,- Ilu- prnvlalona ot Un* "I.uml .Vrt."
thriT  1111 - alter ti,.' date of the rtrni iwi..
Ii'iitliin of tIiIm iiii'Ii'I' In till' Hi ill-li Clllllllil.hi
Inrclte: provided, hmieier, Ihnl In nil euw-H
iiheie iniiii« nre mi wild, pro-einplod, leaeed or
•Iherwlsi' iiii'iiiiii-.i In rli, OiiviTiiini'iil. mid
ire ^,il,m'i)ileiilly fiitiuil, ii|m-ii tin- mhi-v.'.i nf
Ilu' I'.ilninl.lii mill \V.-«li ii, Hnllum i inn
iniii.i'» hii'i'li" I" Ih « ii"M> nr In purl ii llh-
III HIICll li[,,, k ■ Mini (hi' |i/i.'ili-« Nil i..-.full lit-.'
■UOtl   IiiihIh  hIihII   ii.-'iiiIi-.'   their  III!'    tll.T.'lii
rrotn the Railway Company, « im ,»niini' -.-i
te deal with nii.Ii purobaaera, prertnutnra,
laaaaoe, etfl., on the aame leri,,*i .ind ciiii.lltlona
ii. I hi' ilnvi iniiii'iil H-niihl under the provl-
.Iiiiin of the " Land Ai't," exeppt In n'»|H'(t lo
Umber in oil-, "ii lliel'itmimiiv hIiIik'Us, wlileli
.hull   Im- IttbJaOt ti, Un'rrmilnllona Imihi.'iI ti,v
the Company naatlTc i" the .-uiiiiik of iimiwr
on Ihr Cohiinl.hi uml w.Airiu Hnllwuy I,mi.I
Brant,
w. h. ,i/iiir,.
Deputy CommlHloner ol Utndad Work*.,
Landa nnd Worki D'partraent,
Victoria, 1..C, 2"rd Ki'hrmi y, llKK,       f.'2l
I
I
I
Public Seh->ol, lli.*.|iitnl. and
other iiiMiliitioii**. Kxcelleut
Wulerworka ayalem. SireelB,
Stores and Kexidcucca illumined hy Electricity, Daily
mail bi rvice. The It " naite
ia adiairahly laid out. Gel in
NOW on tho ground floor.
I.oIm can  now  be purchaatd
r«on
UP.
 $75
TOWNSI TE AGENT
fWT.
HENRY FLOYD I
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
UBU__l___Qni
'wwtt-w^iwew^ooa^^jf^^
^Tbe t)otel Beaton
'.'■ BEAION. b c.
'
i 1.1    11 lull hciiil, ivul ||>M| .  ,,M   UAft*l   ,,,  ,,.  I..,i ,
*—li-l _. .'    ." '"*' anil  tiotei to |M. fullv ei|iii|i|iiil
lill|i|nil
A .veil
I Kirona. \ mitors to tin, Urdaau can rely on e,..„t,,ri „, thllhotel,
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop |
X> G^^E ^*^__J- 4*0_«, « _S^^ _H3__« , ., v      J FERGUSON HOTEL
The noted home for travellen visiting
Ferguson, B.C.
A well itoekod Barol tl„- choicest Liqours, K'inei  etc.
McDonnell & Black
Proprietor
T,
D»i
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS,
Wu '/.. Gordon Goldberg nnd to I., Gold*
berg or to any perion or persons to
whom they  nuiy have traniferred
their llilerestH.
ike Notice, I the undersigned co-
ar with von iii the Little Robert and
l.iiiii- Robert No, - mineral claimi litu-
Ked at tbe extreme head ofthenortl
jcirk of Ijtnleau creek in the Trout Laki
atiiiini; livisioi of West Kootenaydif
Kiel and province of British Columbia
■ave done the required »..rk on tin-
Ibove-I tluiii-il mineral eluiiiiN for the
Hear 1908 In order to hold theiame unlet lection -I ol the mineral acl. and i'
Ktitliin itOdiiys of tliis notice you fail ot
wrefuse to contribute your portion ol
Biu'li expenditure for work done, togeth
Br with the coal o! this advertisement,
E-our interest In the said mineral claimi
Brill become the property >,f theiub
Scribed under section i of the Mineral
Art Amendment Act of moo. Dated al
j In.ut Lake thia 7tb day of October,'04.
J. i'. KIRKl'ATBICK,
■ ie.7'ii4 Co-owner,
To Contractors.
BRICKLAYER (Abstainer) wfmti
••*•* work. Write, slating wages offer
■,1 to J. W. JONES, Fort William, Ont.
All kinds of New Records.
Sole Agent for the Lardeau:
J. C. Murray
*•» ... _ —
Trout Lake B. C.
The Ii. C. ASSAY and CH jHICAI
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vaxooovkb, B. ('.
Headquarters for Aaaayera, Mining and
Mill SUpphea. Sole nucule in 11. ('. for
Morgan Crucible Co, Battersea,England ; 1". \V. ltrinin it Co.'h Patent Car}'
Furnaces, Burners, etc. : Win. Ains-
worth it t'o.'s Fine Balances, etc., etc.
•'USCAN    LODGE
A. F. & A. M.
3rd    Thnraday    each
Visitors Welcome
Geo Forddred, Ben, <■. N. Taylor, W..M
TI.   D
nionti
|mui,K TO UKI.IM'I knt CO-OWNEBB.
|T,i I'liii.u- KtKO and J.  W. Smith or to
!   whomsoever   they  they   may  have
transferred   tl..-ir   [nterest   in  the
I   "a aple Leaf''mineral claim, situated
mi tlie south eiisi aide of I'oplar ere -k
and iiliniit ;■■,' and a half miles from
the mouth of the creek, in the Troul
l.nke Mining Division of West Kootenay.
JY'iti nre hereby notified that I, Arthur
ti. Johnston, co-owner with vou in the
" Mil|.h   l-enf"  mineral chum  above
macribed   I.ave   performed labor an.l
piade expenditure on the said claim to
the extent ol *Mo.oo, "under tbepro-
visions af section M of the Mineral AcL
iii order to l,..l.l said cUtim, and the
year fur v\ hi.'h sai.l labor wan |*erfornied
ant'\'"" liture ina.ie having expired,
[do ben ly give you at lie.-to contribute
(your   proportion   ol  s'leh   expenditure,
and you are furthet notifled thai if at
the expiration ol Wdavaof publication
nereol yon fad or refuse to contribute
your   proportion   ol   lhe expenditure ho
made, together «uh an costs nf advertising, M.nr Interests m the said chum
shall Imi-o: .• \.-led in in,- iitnler ami
by virtue ol provisions of Section 4 ol
ii,. Mineral Aet, uniended Act limo.
Dati il at Pordar Creek, a ,-.. Dee.SL'M
AltTHVK t.. JOHNSTON, Co-owner
t.-1-mOo.
RBurns&Co
WHOLESALE   AXI)   RETAIJ
Meat
Merchants
1 teal,'in in all kinds of Freah Meat
ntOUT LAKE. B.C.
ja_________B
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review." ::::::
NOTlOSro DXUMttUBNT no  OWN Kit
To John Parisian  or  to wliotnan*v<*r lie
ma) have transfer! •! his Interest in
ihe Homeslake, Iln-x and l.'liarlottt'ii-
l.uru miiiernl claims,
Take Not ce il si I the underaigned
co-owner aitli jroo In the fiomettake,
Ibex andCI srlottenburg mineral claims
situate nl><>ut :t miles in a south-weal
direction from Troul lake it, whatia
i own ,,*■ tie Ih iH.-take haain in the
Ttoot take mining division of Weal
Kootenay, have pertormed the neressarj
work Bud  made the neei^sary  exjeu li
lure on the above-mentioned mineral
claims for the years 1000) 1901,1908 u
order to bold the aan.e under lection Ji
of lhe Mine,al Ait. and the veers foi
which faid uork vaa performed andes*
itendltore made having expired) I hereby give you notice that if within wo
dayi  from  'he lirnl   publication  hereof
\ 011 fnii or refaae to contributeyour pro*
portionate abate ol suchexi enditoreand
| ay   the    COStl  ol  this  advert'ceinelit.
vi ut Interest in the aaid mineral claims
trill become the properly of tbe undersigned under am hy virtue of section 4
of Ihe mineral act aineiidint nt net
ItHHI.
Dated al Trout Lake this :th day of
March, lnos. Faaxa Laxdbux.
Mar.10,08 Co-Owner,
CEBTI1 ICATEOf IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
Revenge mini rui claim, rltuale In the
Troul   lake   Mining    Division uf   Wott
Kootenay disti It .
Where It cated i—On Triune Mounta n
a n eih «,»,<•,ly extension ol the Morn
iig star mineral claim,
,ake Notice thai 1, George B. He.*
t'i rt'-r, acting as agent for Andrea Fe -
;u»on, tree miner's certificate No B88668
intuiiii, hixly da) I from Ihe ilale hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder tor a
Cettlncate „f Improvements) for the
purpose ol obtaining a Crown Qrantof
the iiImim- claim.
tnd fni 11■>-1 take notice thai action,
under section B, muil be commenced
before the Issuance ol such Certificate
oI Improvements.
I'ate.1 tills li'.th day Of March, in.
1900, i.l.n. 8. McCABTEK.
17-.105.
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
i_ufii§_3
500 Cords
Slabwood
FOR SALE....
Apply:
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TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   1. O.O.P
NO. 41'
Beaular msetlngi held In
<.iiiir..|i.iu'>  lino  ever]
Tueadav nlulii at   n
o'clock     Vlnltliiu-  lirilli-
era .-orillitlly w.■Ironic.
J. II. Seott, N.fl. Kre.l MuinniiTy, It .1- K.S.-o,
NELSON    DIRECTORY.
I fj"  you want to SliLL
I |      you want to BUY
Coi n iprnid with the
Lardeau
ardeau Mines I
Exchange.    I
We have several Good Proper*
ties, listed on which good terms
oan be had.
Lardeau Mines Exchange,
"Review" Building.
Trot-t lake. B.C.
-'».
It pays to one the Telephone. A
lengthy trip can often be raved. Offices
at Ferguson: Cummins' store; Troul
Lake, J'fiHt Office; aim at Beaton, Comaplix ami Arm   ln-n.1.
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT UIST.
Take Notice that I Shall  hold B Court
of Revision and Appeal) under tha Assessment Acl, 1SM13, for the Uevelstoke
Assessment District, on Monday the
twenty eighth day of Norentlx-i-, l'KH,
at  the  hour of  eleven   o'clock   in   the
forenoon, at the court house, Revelstoke.
Dated nt ltevelftlokc, tliiM lat day of
November, ltiot.
CHAS. M. FIELD,
Judge of the Court of Revision
ami Appeal, Rovelstoke Assess*
menl District of West Kootenay'
Balmoral Hotel.
•   . — -■—••   , SJ     ■
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Visitor! |0 FergUSOn may rely upon the very ht'Kl of
accommodation at thi' well-known hotel ItiHiin*. are
Well   furnished   tlllOUghoilt.    Tho   Bar  ia storked with
ii eiioiee asaortmenl ol palatable qneachers.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR.:
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
Royal^  Hotel
1  Fancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin  Board, World's
Mining News.
The BEST Always (EL.morand.- prop.
IN FINK 8HOE8 !
MINIM; 8HOE8 !
SHOE PACKS I
RUBBERS ami
0VER8H0ESJ
GERMAN SOCKS!
[a what you win mitt yon da your buying
wilh itr,   Wdoa'iibtgWt, u'it'll uaiitluic an)'-
ihliiK In Hit1 way uf lootvcjaVr to i>h1I on m- ot
drop ■ iin**.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
Kit VTIIlNU   NBW   AND    KIK.MT.ri. VMM   IM   AI.I,   HKMI
Fire  Proof Safe
Tin-houae la Hl/M-kiil Willi ine P*i«st Wines ami Cl0-ir. o   tl.     c   ■     •.
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
I* l mler the suine Munatseinct.
Are pa a
1 Mil SHOE STORS
Nelson, B. C.
ANDREW    _
CO.
Mail orders carefully an-1 firomntlj
attended to. Agent for Slater and Set-
lleton Shoea.
TIME   TABLE
S.S. AkCMlil> or S.S. LARDEAU.
Kunninj.* between Arrowhead, Bca
ton and Comaplix, eouinn neinj,' Outo
her 14th, I'.hi:i. will Rail as follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton anil
Comaplix, twice daily—10k and 5k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaolix foi
Arrowhead, twice dally—7:15k and
12;45k. Making close connection:-
with all C. P. K. Steamers and trains.
Tbe owners reserve tbe right to
change times of sailings without
notice.
The Umpire Lumber Co., Limited..
Dominion Hotel
*   PTrst-Clasain every  rcH|.cct.
The Travelling pablic carefully
taken care of.
Hflrtly 4 Nelson • Props.
Tiw (Jnion gigar Factory
Manufactures only I'ninn goods, and besides
they are the bet oi the market. They are
liiiule of tin- heal lliivuiin tobacco, and their
excellence Is ondisnitt.il, ln»i»t«n uettinif
"OUR SPECIAL" ami  "TUB   lINION.fl
H.A.BrOWn,   Proprietor.
I'lilou fluar Kiu-lory. BBVBU9TOKB, H.f.
ROTICB.
Low Fraction an.) llainlv So. 2 mineral
claims situate in the front Ijikc Mining jiivision of Weal Kootenay district
Where located :—Near the month of
Lynch creek on the K. _ A. Ky
Take noti.-e that I, Alfred I. Curie,
actuta as agent for \V. N. Itinyton, free
i,tiller's certiticate No. B 77,8411, intend
sixty days after date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder lor Certificates of
Improvements lor lhe purjiose of obtaining crown grants of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
nnder section WI must Ih* commenced
before the Issuance of such certificate of
improvements. Dated this 34th dav of
October. A. D., 1904
ocffltN ALFRED J. CURI.B.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodatio
Best finest Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   a
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Subscribe for the Keview
This is a Snap.   .. Buy Lots in the
Busiest town in Kootenay.
TROUT LAKE CITY
Its ADVANTAGE.
WATCHES.
We are watch peoph* firat of all.
We uiako watchua our g.*eat sprvi- ,
alty. Wo «r« in fact uiiivt>r«a>
watch provider*. We boaat of the
molt comprehensive Mock and
promptest service. Our pnlroii-
aRo proves our pre-eunucnce in
the rctiill WHlch trade. Ouco a
patron, always a patron.
Boyltig wiitches in the quantity
that wo do, we ere enabled lo secure discounts impoaaible lo the
smaller dealer, and wo turn them
over to you nt a oorr**aponiliiiK
rerlnctiou in price. Write ua for
prices.
Ewert Bros.
Nelson, Roaaland, Trail.
jewelers and Engrayfra
Daily Mail service, Banking 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.
Magnificent Timber, many Valuable Ranches, The Richest Gold and Silver Zone in TR Province.
ITS INDUSTRIES
Saw-mill, capacity, 60,000 feet per day,   shingle and lath mills.   All
Uto Mines pay us Tribute.
P. B. Wells,
Gen'l Agt., Revelstoke.
H. McPherson,
Agt., Trout Lake JM
..'■'
I.
Job Printing of every description will be faithfully executed at thcjFjeviaw Job _Dsp>,
Drug   5
v ^^-*,.«^>*^ *•*-»♦<>->*.<. *•*<->-, «-4*» l>
* ''
I Ferguson Items, jj
VJli4l||lliMI'»IIM'IMIIMlM
Cns-s Edwards returned to town
this week after spending six
months on his homestead near
Old.*, Alta. He says the mountains
loo1.; cood to hi ni.
Contractor Skinner wns down to
the Lake on business Montlav.
It. IL Battoy for tho Big Tunnel
Co. has purchased the Pilot claim
on the.. South Fork road from Jim
Livingston fur a cash consideration.
The fine weather during the last
three or four weeks has made it
possible to start work in the hills at
least a month ahead of any season
during the last six yeais, A large
number of men are waiting to got
out to th" their assessment wink
and prospecting!
Ike CagUO has gone up to the
Nettie L. to look after the compressor.
[Jp the North Pork the slides are
nil down, and properties in that
direction will receive attention at
a lunch earlier date than heretofore. The same applies to properties on the Silver Cup mountain
nnd all the lake slope.
. Mrs. A, (.'. Cummins lias been
on thp sick li-t the past few days
with a had eold.
A good-sized Crowd followed the
hockey team to the Lake on Wednesday. Owing to three of the beat
players nol being available, it wns
a scrub team or none. However
they went down to defeat, hut don't
begrudge their opponents the victory.
The Metropolitan Co. have staked
Ihrcc cluini8 on the South Fork at
tho mouth of Triune creek, which
nre recorded as the St Paul L, St.
Paul II. and Good Luck.
Eil. Ilillninn came in from Arrowhead Thursday, lie in company with Maleoiu Beaton have a
big log contract for the Arrowhead
mill, which will keep them busy
ft>r some months.
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.    .
LEGAL
BAR WELL SUPPLIED WITH
"s ai
(Bigars
Lo_0 Comfortable Rooms
First Class Boar.I.
FBEP C ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, B. C.     and Ferguson.
City
WfaMm & Levesque
Props
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Puck and Cartage Horse* Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
«y*>4<4> *-«■■>«>
Dally stnj-e leaves   Denton nt 12 o'clock for Trout l.nke Ferguson an.l Ciimhornc
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout l.nke for Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Head Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorized. $1,000,000
Capital [paid up] - s.ooo.ooo
Rest  • 'i.tno.ix.'O
Branches in the Northwest Territories, Province* of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario nn.l tiuel.ee.
T. R. MKKiUTT, President. D, R. WILKIE, Vice-Pros, ami lien. Man.
K. HAY, Asaiatant Oen. Manager.      VV. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
Trout    Laics,     ll.    I'. Rranch-A    Gc.ioral    Hanking    L'mines    Transacted.
Savings Department—Deposits received and intereal allowed.
Drafts Sold ovnllablolu ;i!l purlx of Canada,
United suites mul Burop*.
Special nttp:il.o:i given io collections and
Minim: Bonds,
T. Ii. BAKHR,
Jtanager
J. B. Cri'Esman. tho Revelstoke
art'tailor, wns in this week taking
Older:; ami iiR'astire'iients to taut
the band.
St. Patrick's Day. Everybody
siiorted the green to-day, and ns is
usual sonic outlandish Irishmen
Claimed relationship with the dis-
tbresful etiunlbry. Mingled with
others a " wearin' o' the green " we
noticed two skofki's, one Dane, six
llvo. H. Alt-Carter, J   A. Ilurv.y
A. M.   l'liiltlimii.
HARVEY MoGARTER 4 PINKHHAM
B A It It I ST filtS.
SOLICITOUS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B   C.
iir.i-ioh offtmiH at Golden, Partita an Fori
Steals, 11. c.
ollurafor Impurlal llmik ofCnnada,
JOHH MANNING SCOTT,
B.  A., I-.L-.B.
A full line  of Choice stationery
Just Received,
A | 0/\ SCHOOL SUPPLIES, PROPRIETARY MEDICINES,
AaUOV/*) TOILET APTICLES, ETC. PRESCRIPTION WORK
A SPECIALTY,    STRICTLY   CASH.
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
Revelstoke Station.
B.C.
B. J.
CUMMINS
Oeneml Htore.    Full l.lne
of ('untied Hood*;.     I<"ruil<
111 M.-11MOI1.    Illu- llSKortlllCIll
ol Smoker*' Supiilk's.
Otll.t'ofilii. Rig llend T.l.-i.lione Co
FERGUSON
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Best Hotenn Town,
M0m for Minii_ ami Gnrtl Hen.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROTRtETCR
W.  Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
LennoxvilSe
^-^■Hotel,
E. MOBBS. PROP
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
Accountant,      ...      -       Auditor.
J. 0. MURRAY.
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
Outside company*1   interests carefully
lookoil  lifter.
Aifi'nt for HelnUman's rumoi.
Gr. B. Batho
Get a Home
rut   /ourself.
Job Printing at Ibcl
Mining Review Rent -^-*
EASY TERMS.
GERRARD
B  C
'
'
AGENT FOR GIANT POWDER
FUSE AND CAPS.
LESSEE of the ALEXANDRIA HALLr
J^wertMisc.;^ :FERGUS©N, B.6.
Poat Office Block,
Main Street.
Minute lir..u. !■«.
.Mining Properttea Reported Do.
MlnoaandHrospctUHotit'liI nnd Hold, S>2-*^z '../ tit ___»i*_rtr s__v *-."- sir rf*__** sir •_• «_.:_• sir ri_*__*/_*•&*___
Mining;Projtertlea Looked Alter for Non-ltMl-1 J ' W
aw Lako. b. 0.1 Packing and   Fer*uson packin* J
and
•J*
KocnrdinrfOmn
asa^unj =*
__ and
Freighting
Ferguson   packing
and
Transfer  Outfit.
•.
Gold or Silver	
Gold nml Silver	
pergs, and two vitob's,  led bythe Silver and Lead	
ouly   fall blooded  Sioux  in  the|£?l,*ier       • °°
55.ni"	
ti 50   r
$2 00 $
2 50    A
Co jtracts entcieil into for packing of MiniiiK Supplies, etc.
lo an" point in I lie .liutrict.
Good, prompt service, anil any work undertaken guaranteed
satisfactory.
it
country, tho D'Bates.    Chinamen
(l.m'l co in tlicdi' parts.
The Eighth Annual Meeting of
the British Columbia Provincial
Teachers institute will ho held in
Revelstoke on April 26th, 26thand.
U?h, 1906. Arrangements have
been made with the C.P.R by
which a return tickets will lie i.-<-
fiiftl f..r .1 single fare to teachers,
irtHfe. h. and others attending this
convention and becoming members
«>f the Association.
Cbummie Johnson is taking n
well-earned vacation at the Lake.
McKinnon & Sutherland have
just received a consignment of
men's clothing for spring wear.
Mr. ami Mrs. Griffiths were down
to the Lake ...n Wnln. stliiy.
.i. ('. Kirkpatriok is still on the
lick list.
The mill is again, running full
blast
With the lake ntill frosen over
Daney's 6-horse teams arc resting
ami fattening up.
The snow is gradoalfydisappearing and several parties axe out on
(he hi Is after bear.
Townspeople are Wondering why
the pa.viiiiH is silent so long.
Harry L'ortoous is acting im fhifi
boss at the mill.
L. <..iii.-ili II and wiic have removed from Trout Like, ami have
i'lkeii up residence at 0-Mile.
?) .50
5   SHANNON,  ^ssjycr
FliROL'SON B. C
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop. I
v-"*v* *V *H <js tp. /;-. ijs ..*..,«« ,'^i ,;-. ,•. *jr;^
*v» K-~
SURVEYORS.
o. b" n WILKIE, P L.S.,
Pro !neial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claima 5nrveyrd
and Crown (irants Obtained
ll. -l.l.-nei - Ni-xt ll.coril lltltf...
Tn.ul Ijikr. II f.
A. R. HEVLANI).
i'iiovinciai. LAND ■rarsroR
Mia ral (?! limn Surveyed
POPLAR. KA8IO.
W. H. Jones.
fyiOCO
leaf
Binders,    Fine   Jul.
Printing.
NELSON, B. C.
0K
arbcr Sbop
[w
— ron a —
Good Shave or Hair Cut
i   M.I. ON	
i
illiam Schnell,
ONandTI       I l..*.KK.
;
Hot and Cold Balhs
L>C>_HtMES-C} _>'.'.
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc    All s/orl
Qua ran teed.
lows Block, MlAiM
NEW V<M;k LIFE A88URANCE
COMPANY.
Fou Invkstmknt ami  Protei
THOS. TAYLOR. Agm'
Rrtcutoxs    ami     Thoi ;
.IKI.
ft. W. EDGE
VALUE!
Paii]tor
Decorator
TROUT   LAKB
i:.C
Value should be your guide when buying
Newest Goods.  :-: Best Values.
Entire Satisfaction.
Cam Always i>@ found at
■>u*-r**4 . »n*w    — ■——-—■— i.     ■ ..     .ii	
—. "-jspsg-
FRASEIVS
F. B. Wells,
EVEL5TOKE, B.C.
RA^? FUHS
BOUGHT
CASH     PR.ICE5     PAID
F. N. Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland,     -      .     .    B. c»
Member RostUnd Stock Exchange

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