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Array OCT 31 .W       2J
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TROUT LAKE CITY,   B.C., OCT. 26, 1905.
No. 52.
(Silver Cup
Development
IL GIVING UNBOUNDED SAT-
18FACTI0N, HIGH GRADE
ORE IN BIG B0DIESI1S ALL
THK WORKINGS.
Tin' Silver Cii]i lia*. now palled
|„ \.iiid    the    pOSsihililil I    and    i-
entitled   to   lie   called    11   11111,1
l-'m   -..mie  year-   lIn- property has
|k en worked iin.l.-r   dill' n-nt maii-
ents, iiiiii el.'im ore t.. tl..
. nf over half a million dollar!
shipped to the imelter. A large
quantity of low-grade «<t concon
trating ore hut- also l» en treated
.,• in.- oompany '1 plant, the value
of which ii* 11..t known.
11..- depth attained for the production of tbis ..re Ma.- about 300
f.ct. Iii the summer of 1899 what
i- known as the long Sunshine
tunnel sras riarted,  which  whi n
 ipleted would give a depth of
about "(Hi feet. Work on tiii- tunnel war.   carried   ..it tpasmodii ..Iii
in.til tlie present management
look charge, when all other work
was closed down ami th.- tunnel
work pushed to completion. At a
distance of 1,650 feel from it-
portal a crosscut was driven t.. iln
Idind lead, which | ar.'illc!.-   60 f' Si
ml ii-' .-ilver Cup lead on
which the long tunnel was driven.
Ore of a high grade was encountered in tin- crosscut. An upraise
was then itarted :.. oonn ct with a
-link 160 feet from the upper
working-. 4u feet hu_ yet to Ix-
driven to make this connection.
In the winze mink from the 80(1 (I
lave] the ore ia expoeed tor 100 ft,
and in the upraise thi workings
have lr''<n in ore f"i nearly the
whole distance.
The blind lead is now being
worked lioth way- from tho]uj.rui->
with good ore in both drifts, about
120 feet each way. The Cuplead
hsi been pushed in over 1.700 feet,
and a hotly of e'eun ore opened Up
two feet in width. I his gives on
in every point of tin- lower workings with 400 let t ..f \ irgin ground
to slope out. The grade of ore is
equal to if not bt Iter than anvil.ing in the upi er workings.
About 26 men are at | r> sent . m
ployed In the mine, wlii.-h number
will lie added   to   ai the ground is
oponed up.
the development ..f this pro*
I. rty   means the  making >.f the
I.ni.lean,   M   it   effectually   puts a
stop to ihe old cry "f the ore nol
jj ilng down. It is there at Tiki
feel Letter than th.' surface, or at
.i.i Intervening point, and ».• can
reasonably assume thai i.y virtue
of   the   lend-   and ..;.-    bod}   I" ing
itrongei at this daptn, they will bt
found sti 1 battel at   a   Still
d< itl.       Mr    I    i.    Merry   has
.-. of il..- work i I
Service in the M.-tl«►* 1 ■ -1 church
Sunday morning and evening.   In
th.   morning conducted   i.y  Mi
Moyi i. and in  the evening i.y tic
pi-i....     Subject   of  the  evening
-.■ii....ii. " Thank giving " Mi Scott
will also preach at Caiuborm  it 11
a in., and 1'" at..n at 2 80 p.m.
N... i Vol. 1 ..f the Montreal
Standard is to hand. Its sdvenl
■ uniks* ih,   beginning of^anothei
.-| h in ('ami.linn news) ap. rdmn.
Seldom have Wr- v-i-n slid. B mag*
liilicent collection of Illustrations
hy the half-tone process, a,id the
general   get   up  ami   contents en
Iities it t.. he designated as a high*
olass production.
\V. are pleased lo see Mis. J. 11
MnnrocH ban nOW abOUi entirely
recovered from   her   reoenl s.-iinus
lllllCKI.
Local Mining
Conditions.
<>F INTEREST TO .HOSE
WATCHING TIIK PROGRESS
AND DEVELOPMENT Of
THK     RICHEST    MINERA1
SK< TION ni- THK PROVINCI
•In.' Simps.in tvent down to th,
Calumel and Hecla on Monday
H" reports work on tho con tra c
going mi in good shape, and thi
lead holding out in values. Bonn
samples brought up in which ihen
wai im vi ilii" gold even through a
strong glass, was panned oul by a
Review representative, and streaks
"f colon varying from one to foui
inches obtained, li is evident that
:i stamp-mill in all the property re
.piir.-B to make it a paying pro
position.
Great Northern Mountain
Will Shortly Be the Scene of Great Activity.
Immense Amount of Ore.
Broadview Bonded, Substantial Payment Made
Work to Begin at Once.    Other Deals on Same
Mountain Pending.
Some More
Reasons Why.
ANOTHER CONTRIBUTOR IS
OF OPINION THAT SWINDLING IS BEING OPENLY
PRACTISED.
Ralph Higginson, who has the
contract for packing ore from thi
Mammoth, was in town We Ines-
day looking for  men  to assi.it  in
. down tin- ore.
A itrike oi some importance has
been made in the big tunnel of thi
Reward Co. A body of iron and
quartz was encountered, and while
in it->-If does nol give values - iffi*
cient to mil rani the handling, it is
1 indication of the near proximity ot s good body of pay ore.
Fifteen men are employed and 300
feet has been driven. Two drills
..- now at wmk on th- face of the
tunnel and good 11 ign .-- beiug
made.
The Placer Co. an going ahead
tepidly with the Hum.-. As many
men arc employed aacffd be work*
. k  t.. advantage.    It  Is expected
thai iluicing will hi- started within
the next ten dav-.
County Court
Sitting.
I IVII. ACTIONS DEALT WITH
BY JUDGE FORIN. NO
CA8E8 OF GREAT IMPORTANCE THIS TRIP,
Tlie County Court Bitting » is
held nt 1 roul Lake on rueadaj
■ ,-• Hi- Honor Judge Forin prodding.    I ht ■ .- - were disposed ol
by '.I p in. tie' sain" day
Burrell vs. Smith. The plaintiff
claimed 11-'" f«r meals supplied.
Order to pav 116 per month
Klliott i..r plaintiff,
Houston \- Mcintosh. Hanson
w Mcintosh. Klliott for plaintiffs,
Hamilton   for   defendant.      Dis*
i.     -    I with   COStS.     These  actions
were vv ,.-•     laims for w.rk done
f,.r   the   Lucky  .luck   Mum .   '
Tlie e\ idence produced cou .1 not,
I, wi v.-r. put the liability on   Mc
Intosll.   who   i<    n- n   - "lily s
shareholder and   director "I   the
company.
O'Donm 11 vs Davie. 'I hi- »
;1 claim for wages for assessment
ffor_ done on a mineral claim
Judgment for plaintiff, $50 and
coats Elliott for plaintiff, Mc -
c ,i ler for di fendant.
Lai gford vs. Grant. Adjourned
to Nelson. Elliotl for plaintiff,
A. M. Johnson for defendant,
lli'ow n vr- Bowman Lumber Co,
A -'1:111.1 for wages in which there
was a dispute. Judgmenl given
f,,i plaintiff al the rule of 10 per
day and costs. Elliott for plain-
,,n   MeCarter for .1.-fen.hint.
Orr v. l.cpni'l- Claim for hoard
account.    Judgment for plaintiff.
Klliott for plaintiff.
Mr T. Mud.Icn and family, of
;,,,. visiting  Mrs. Roberl
Madden of the Lakoview,
''ne of tlie mo t important deals
made in thi- section for some time
nn- jij*-1 been closed between A. I..
Houston an I the owners of the
Broadview. Ths group of nine
crown-granted claims is situated
on Oreat Northern hill, and during  the   (Ill's   was   worked   by   the
Horn Payne Co., but as the prices
fur silver and lead were then very
low, and the est of production,
freight ami treatment were high,
tiie property was closed down and
has been idle since, although
ther.- is an excellent showing
.ni the property and consider
able ore in Bight, both in the
shaft and drift, and many were
ih.- covetous oms. It was left,
however, for a syndicate of Trout
Lake's enterpris ng people to demonstrate their faith in that mountain i.y putting up the necessary
money to secure a bond and further iis development.
A crew of men will ut once he
put i" »ork. and more added as
opportunity i> made
From this mine several substan-
The Lardeau Rrewing Company
are covering the whole district
from Lardo to Arrowhead, Camborne, etc.. Their goods arc made
of the best material and by experienced workmen.
W. K. Hollenbeck left for his
new location on Wednesday morning.
Chas. Bonter, representing the
Hamilton Powder Co., is up from
Nelson on a business trip.
Jack Smith, now of Comni lix,
one of our old-timers, was a vi-itor
during the week.
Kaslo has organized a 'nrass
hand, and so far there has been no
protest on the part of the citizens
W. M. Walker, travelling auditor for the C.P.R., came in on Monday night to check up thc local
oflice.
Andy Ward and Jack Stauber
have a trapping contest on. A
Stetson hat is the wager. Both
are o'd trappers, and the Lord help
the fur-bearing animals.
Rossland's Meyor.
Chas. Hamilton, mayor of the
golden city of Ross'atid, was a
visitor this week. In conversation
with the Review man he expressed
himself we'l satisfied with th.- pro*
eress made in n.ii.ing in his city.
He stated that iln* large companies
operating were all in good financial
condition and in a position to do
business along the most economical lines.     He predicted a great
future   not   only for Rossland, but
Jack   Doyle,   accountant for the fijr ,pp whoIe of the KootennvB
P. Burns Co., was in (lunng the,   The I.nnl.*.,u. he said, waa very
week on Lib regular tour of in.spec-|{avonib)y  gpoken   „f   am]   .. w
""■• fonly a matter of a short time until
Jack   Knowles.  one  of  the   ''i;, it would   be     better   appreciated
tial   shipments   were   made,   the! boyscame in from Olalla Wednes-jThe   winning   of the trophies at
official   returns  from   which   wire  day  nii*ht  to  renew old acquain- Nelson   and   Spokane   would,   be
164.00 per ton, but at the present [lances.         thought, have quite an effect in
'making our  magnificent resources
Will Skinner and Charlie Foote
were,  hunting  for   big  game   last
week.    They  returned  with a fine
liiishing development also shipping       ..
1        ,     , ,                             ,,_.      caribou,
considerable ore soon as raivliiding 	
price of silver, lead and copper
would be much better. Supplies
will be hurried in   with  a view tf
will permit. If the standing and
business ability "f the men wh0
compose this syndicate goes for
anything, it means that they will
operate along conservative and
legitimate lines, all of which augurs
well for the undertaking, and one
that is reasonably sure of BUCCCSS.
Other deals arc pending on the
-a mountain with outside cap*
italiats
The O.K. barber shop is to have
a new ...vn.t artist. Next week
0. A. ('i.e.'-.'in.in, who bails from
London in the smoke, proposes to
slew Ul how a stubbly chin Can I"
converted int.. a Btnooth dutch
cheesi while the average Yankee
barber is stro; ping his razor and
fixing the fly-papers, lie will remove the surface croppingaquicker
lhan you .'an dn.p a hot plate,
evei  though the birds have mated.
Baths hv the wet or dry proci BS,
tic latter being a novelty | erform*
med' with  the aid  ..f ink eraser.
Ho    will   he   on   deck   fr .in   early
morn to dewy eve. an.l expects
spol cash for iill operations.
A parlor social was held on
Monday night at the Met!....lis'.
parsonage. An enjoyable time
n ns -p. m.
Bandy Laughton, one of the dispensers of tic drink- at Ferguson
was in town Tuesday looking after
delinquent bibs.
T. B, Hik.r. the popular manager of the Imperial Hank branch
here, had a good time among the
grouse one day tbis week.
known.     The effects of past wild
catting were now being gotten over
and  legitimate  work   being done,
and   the  results  are   proving encouraging.
Mi. Hamilton was delighted,
notwithstanding the rainy we ither,
with Trout Lake nn.l its surroundings, and intimated his intention
to run up at a later date and < njov
Some fishing and shooting.
Great Nor-thenr* Mines.
Tbe Great Northern  Mine-. Ltd
have called an extraordinary gen
eral meeting at their offices in Nelson, lor Friday, I 'ct. 27th.
The shareholders will he asked
to pass a sp. rial r. solution authorising the company to borrow the
sum of $10 O xi ,\ it!i inter.-st thereon at 7 per cent.      Such slim to be
pay al.le on demand, from any person or persoiir-. who will  he ml ing
lo  advance such sum ;   iuch ad*
v.ii to l.e secured by a mortgage
on the assol ol the company, an d
iu case any pen I i ■ 1 nnd willing
to advance such sum to authorise
the proper officers of the company
to execute such mortgtge,
2, To | ass a special resolution
authorising the Company to borrow the sum of 1200,000 by way of
debenture in irtgag i, secured by
the assets of thc companv. Such
mortgage to hear interest at 7 per
ecu1 for thc term of ."> years
.'{. To | ass a special res ilution
authorising the proper officers .-f
iln- company to execute such de*
benture mortgage lo James Murray
I. iy. Esq , of Nelson, Ii. r , to bi
named as trustee for the debenture
holders.
That if such resolutions 1..' passed
Abey put several stitches in the "" »"■-*-»-■««"». «"*« l« ™V*^ an Extraordinary General Meeting
wound, and barring blood-polaon* fendant on the claim for refund of _.,, ,w ,,,,,,, ,l(-,,,„ ,,,,.,.,. iif „„.
ing   no  serious   results are looked   deposit,   without   costs   to   either  company on   Saturday.  Nov   Illli.
I to confirm BUCh resolutions
Ed.   Baillie,   manager    of   the
Mammoth, came through Sun.lav
Ho  rep.rts  good   progress   being
iiiii.lc along development lines.
McKinnon St Sutherland go: iu
a car of line Aahcroft potatoes this
week. Tin- spuds ..f that district
are gaining an enviable re; u tat ion
At the Revelstoke County I'.cirt
last week, before Judge Forin, the
case of the Trout Lake Townsite
Companv v. E. L. Kinman was
beard. The claim was for |200 balance of purchase of land at Tr nit
Lake. .1. M. Scott for plaintiff,
and <i. S.  Mr 'alter   for defi nl int.
memory is not too elastic, therefore
to he on the safe side a notch will
he cul in the ear of every client
who   expects  tick.    Those   are  bis
only tick terms.    Choose man   is
here to do business     Same old U appears defendant had paid $200
price, same   olrl   stand,   hut a diff* for an option   on   some lots, and a
.■rent smile. balance   of   Jf'JlXI   was   required   to
~~ .        complete the transaction.     Defen*
O.   W.   Al.rahanisoii met with a    . , .     ,
• i    , ...i ,,,   I  „      u'l.n, 'hint put in a eoiiiiter-elaiui for re*
severe accident Inursaay.    While,        ■
doing some work on VV.8. Andrew's fund of the 1200 he had paid.   His
Honor decided the transaction was
closed   as   it   stood, and refused to
caught his thumb, splitting itfrom|glva judgment for the plaintiff on
the top near  to the wrist.    Doctor14, ._, , .,_,„    .. ,  ,..,.._,..
house   lie   was  u-ing a. hand   axe
and   his   fool   slipping,   the   I.lade
foi
Hide,
Dear Mr. Editor,—There is one
reason, it may he an indirect one,
but nevertheless a good one, why
people fall In making money out
"f their mining investments, nnd
consequently gel cold feet and discourage other probable investors.
In magazines, mining journals and
even iu reputable daily and weeklv
newspapers, we see advertisements
as follow- :
"Dividend Paving! Dividend
Earning! A limited number of
shares at oc. per share."
"(ire vain six feet wide. Average IliifJ per ton.   Shares only oc.''
" Buy shares in tbe ' No Good
Mining Co.' to-day at 3c. Mil)
surely be advanced 1st of month
to 15c."
These are only a few of the
Cit(h-|cnny highway robbery
schemes advertised to dravr the
money from the investor's pockets.
and which ultimately prevents
money irom lieing put into reputable conservative inining projects.
Any p<r-..n with ordinary horse
-• nsr- when offered a dividend paying stock at 5 cents per share
ought to know that he is heing
buncoed, for the palpable reason
that if a mine is in shape to pay
dividends there is noearthly reason
why stock should be sold by the
company operating.
Again, buying stock at 3 cents
on the promise of tbe seller *.o advance it to 15 cents is like buying
fog for future delivery. If the
g.H.ds are In sight to make stock
worth 15 cents, then any sound
business concern would not think
of -a. riti.-ing it at 3 cents, and if
tbe goods are not in sight, it is impossible for any man to say they
will be at a certain date. Think
for yourself. If yon are a farmer,
will you sell your wheat today for
'25c. if you know absolutely you
will get $1.25 for it 30 days after I
If your farm is paying you good
profit aid worth IliK) per acre,
would you sell part of it for $5 an
acre ? Yet this is exactly what
these unscrupulous schemers are
Irving to make y..u believe they
ar>' doing with mining property.
Handle mining investments with
,; • -inic car.' and "ii the same
business principles as you do your
ordinary business, and the result
will   be   the   wiping   out   of   these
fraudulent schemes and the build*
ing up of legitimate enterprises.
The l.adie- Guild of the Lnglish
church   will  give   an   At Home in
the Oddfi Howe1 Hall on Halloween
night, D.-t. 31st.     Everybody w.l-
.i.lii.•      Ki li. -hnn n:- -■ :i. -I
Harry M.Tiito.-h, manager and
proprietor of the Hal.von Hot
Sj rings, paid his first visit to thc
camp this week. Harry says it
co t him $150 for his trip, but that
he was well repaid bv the meeting
of old friends and the enjoyable
trip iu from Beaton. Harry is
otic of the mOSl Slicccssfil hllr-iness
iu. ii   of   the  interior      Com n_; to
Rossland in'06 prastically broke,
he has by energy, good judgment
and ability put himself on easy*
street.   We wish him every success
in his new undertaking.
Oavc Orr has been feeling so
very lonely of late that nothing
hut   a   trip   to  Trout   l.ake would
satiate his hunger for oompany.
Dave came up from Camborne on
Tuesday for a change, and it goes
without    say ii g    that    he   got    it
Oave keeps, or rather we should
Bay, the Camborne Hotel keeps
him—busy we hope.
.,.  ■ 1 *r, i
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THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
Is I'rinleil at Trout l.nke (lly, nnd Publisher1
Ht Kei'diison nn.l Trout Lulu- overv Tiiiu'siliiy
Tne I'Mlloi' U.xm ifot niilrt  l»iiiis.-lI redpoll*
fllilet'o.' tli-' )|>ll»loili ol' (s>. Ti-K.imiule.ili.ex-
(.o-<-i-ii in its ooliimui
All locals will be obnrged at the i-nte oflo
cents |h*.' line, Aral llisei'lii.l. nml 10 (runs pei
liii.'.'i.cli siilwii.i. nl Inserllmi.
Terms for Tn.iw.i-iii anil oil-.er a Iveriislnu f.
will he inn I.- known on application m oflloe
kl.iii-.rii i-li-.i, l.'.n'n \ ri.r. ill itllvtliil'f.
»«... ■ .Win.
Grout Xafte
Wlatet    ©
Supply (So. ®
mmww^mw
By usint' Water supplied by this
Company y u arc assured of al n-
lute purity.   Government Analysis
to back up stateiucntM. ::::;:;
Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
Insterson, Griffith
 LUII.IWT-.     .   ' ...
Madame Calve, the celebrated
soprano has contracted to appear
in several cities in Canada. Everyone would like to hear thc divine
Calve, but that privilege will he
afforded but comparatively feiy.
Tlie next best thing to do is to
hear her best efforts on a Berliner
gramo-o-phone. Murray sells th
niachiiits and records.
"If I wen to give yon an
orange,." said a judge, " I would
simply say,' I give you the orange,'
but   should    the   transaction   be
HOW TO HELP A TOWN.
Help to improve it.
-: o :-
Talk about the town.
-: o :-
Paironize it. merchants.
-: o :-
Advertise in its newspapers,
-: o :-
Speak well of its public spirited
enterprising citizens.
-. o :-
If  you  think  of no good word
to eiiv, don't say anything   had,
about it.
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It you are rich,  invct  in something ;  employ somebody ;   be  a
Ie''courteous to strangers that Watch-repairing,   etc
R. We BOG
Painter —*.
Decorator.
*     - *        »*—4W.
TROUT   LAKH
B. tt
G.
. YUILL
JEWELLER,
All  work
entrusted  to  a    laWver  to   putfcome :,!",on« v"".; "ll'.v."»*v g«| Guaranteed.
'away with a g iod tmprcEsion.
in   writiii}.', be  would  adopt (his
form : ' I   herein*  give, Jjfrwit  and
convey   to  you all  my   interest, I invest   in  a       rmanent  improve-
right and title to suid orange^  to* m,'nt is *.*•* ""!,-'!l ,,u interest.
celher with   its  rind, skin,  juice,.     . , .   "'" ° '"  .,
,       ,   . ,,,.,,        ,;    Always cheer on  the men who
pulp and l tts ; and all right*  and  g0 *_ f,;,. jmproyep,entg . your ,,,„-.
wm
advantages therein, with full power
tion of lhe cost will be only what
is jllsl.
to bite, suck   or  otherwise  eat the
Binie, or give away with or without
the rind, skin, juice, pulp or pits ;      Dtm>l kjck "'  ""-' .P'"?-109*- iu)"
, .      ,      .... proveiueiit   because it  is  nut   at
anything hereinbefore or   in any   yonr ()Wn (,00- f|,_  feu. t())U vom
other deed or deeds, instruments taxe* will ha raised » few cents.~
of any nature or kind whatsoever jCraubrook Herald.
to the contrary in anywise notwitli
standing.
Eureka ! There ip yet hope of
eternal reward for delinquent subscribers. One in forwarding n 2-
spot this week says bis conscience
was troubling him. At last we
have found a dink with a conscience ! Contemporaries, please
stand off; wc found the specimen
and be is ours.
Mining is business, and the
sooner the people who wish to invest in minini* liarn it. the better.
Some men are so hidc-bo'.inil
politically, that if ihey were go to
heaven, they would want to find
out how St. Peter stood before they
went inside.    Cranbrook Herald.
All ths Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review." ::::::
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
44
I P"  you want to S_LL
I i      you wait to BUY
Correspond with the
I
The Canada Gazette contains
notice of the disallowance by tbe
dominion government of the following Acts passed by the legi&bu
ture of British Oo-nmbia t An Act, Get VOliF
to amend I bo Coal Mines Hernia
tion Act ; an Act to regulate im- i C*9«.»/•>__•_ _-»_.. /ihJ
migration into British Columbia MatKHItfry <H1_
an act relating to employment on '
work* carried on under franchises
granted by private Acts.
General
fVJerchants,
Judge Forin at Ihe Conrt sit tings
Tuesday made the Statement that
he would si ways strain a point of
law to give a man equity and justice, more especially when by the
sweat of bis body be had earned
wages which lie eo«ld not get The
applicants, he said, must, however,
come with " dean hands." We
are entirely in accord with his
Honor along the line. Oftentimes
justice nnd n|iiity are overridden
through some technical point of
law, and we mimire and honor a
man who has .trenath enough in
his own position to set aside (jtiilv
h'es and give a man what indue
him.
The   new   school   law   colli'-   in
force 1st of tin- coming year. Tiio
ratepayers will then havi the opportunity of i xprcsslng fhemsi In .
on tin- im; rirlaiil subject m' the
education -of tho voung, f'nt}er
the provision- of lhe i .« Aft there
is iiii allowance >-f (40,00 per
month, mi.I an  .,- I allow- "
line-   up   |,,  film   I,,   ,,, : ,|   ,i„.
iiiiio'int put up locally.    I! n
grant   will   niiiounl  to 1580 p. ,
aniiiim.    li   i ...i   Hi *j  within
own | r..\ ini-i- ns  to  whelhei
we j.'.'i   n  good t( ii. her w   •,.   I be
able t > | ..'.• n .- ilin .- th il •■< ill ',
him.    In  ih.' | ual   ii   was
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salary was totally  hmd f| ...•.- nu i   i
the   result   was   l':.ni   Unite Wn
IDadfl   a   ci.rivrui nee of utilii   a
more lucrative position was open
Starting u. der the new Hvstem wo
look lo see more iiiii-n *i displayed
iu school m.iiLis.
If the dimensions of (he  '• lake "
in front of the Review office assumes much larger proportions we
Intend to agitate to have ii pi I
(in the map.
Job Printing at 10,
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Legal Notices.
CBRTI1-jeATKU OF  IMPBOVEMEHT,
NOTICI'..
|)oldon Clioil No,:.'., Golden Che I \.-.
-.' I ractlon, nnd l.jdle mineral ulniina
hili.ate in .!.o Trout l.nke Milling llivi-
ii if \V< it Kootpniiy rliatrict,
Where  located:  One and   one I all
hilei  .-..illli treat   from   tii»-   ti.w.i   of
. i.j.li.r, B. 0.
T.ik.' notice tlmt I, John Keen, free
fcuiior't. .-•• liflcate No. B83.S83, Intend
liny .lain after date hereof, to apply to
lie Mining Recorder lor Certificates of
■nproveiucata fur ihe purpoie of obtain*
Tn.-   row n grants of the ahuvu claima.
And further take notice thai actloi
lii.li'i- n.-.-ii'iii .''7 limit be commenced
lcf.,11- the laiuance of iuch certificate of
Inproveinonta, Dated thin .i_t dav of
iber, \. !»., 1905
Nov 2 OS JOHN KKKV.
NOTICE.
I|a L Diamond mineral claim, iltuate
in the Trout l.nke Mining division ul
Went Kootenay district.
I Where located: On divide  between
li.- ►..nth f'.rk of the South Fork of Hutu i ! -.in river and Bonanza creek, abnul
mllei iiortlierly from the American
Uke Notice tlint 1,0. B. N. Wilkie.
cling aa agent for the Seattle-Oregon
il, ing < " . !• .M 0. No. Bfl 119 •. .ii-
n.l, aiiiy nays from the date I..
i apply to the Mining Recor li
itiricate •>( Improvements, tor the
■irpnte of ..i.i.i. inn. a Crown Grant of
\i. above claim.
J And further tuke notice thai action,
pidersection -1". must be commonred
.-• re il.' Issuance of inch Certificate
If Iinprovementa
Dated   this   6ih  .In.   of Oct.,   a d,
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l-'ih-'Ji"",'.1''''""" I.O-B.W. 'Vllkle.agcnl Coi
,-l;i .in,,., Hills, free miner's cunillciiui No,
i«wi i liileini, slaty days from the dull'liero
'■ '"-O'l'h   |,,||„. Ml,,!,,,.  |(,.,.,|,|,.,. |,„   .,,.,.,.
ni i,./'   '"'»"'**• "i.K'iii-. i'n- ih-  purposeof
'■     'i« a i roivu Urniil uf tlie aliovo olaim.
„,.?,,    "irilier tuke notloe tbat action, under
suutiM .J" ""i*1 '"• eiimmonceil lit-fort tlie I*
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TH'I T LAKE.
NOTICE,
, Black Diamond Mineral Olaim iltuate
'" ''"•  "i ml Lake Minini.' Division of
Woal Kootenay District. Where located
One half mi!., north oi ({asking creek,
ink.- Notice that I, II. Mcl'lieraoii
■-"■ -! for the Beattle-Ordgon Mininti
1 ■ I " ■ Minora' Uertifloate, So :
intend sixty dayi from the dati
•ereoi toapply to the Mining Recordei
for a Certificate of finprovomenti for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown yraut
..f the above claim.
And further take notice thai action
under section 3i musl bo commence I
before the i--- inco ol iuch c. itiii.-.it.-
of Improvements.
Dated thii 23rd day Sept. a.h. 1008.
•ept _-
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Ho r l-'iix, niliii-nil .-Iiiiii,, sltuab. Iii I'-.-
l.'.i.i l.;ii,.- Mi,mn; Division ..1 u.-iK'.-.i-
■nay dlslrlat.
Where located :—On Tlonaats ereel ib ■
..ne nnn. itiutu-ea.l from lilack Ulamoiid
mineral claim
rake i,-.ii. ■ nml i. ...i; \. wilkie.agent r-..
i-i -.|.-.\ i-il'Ii. free miner'*, certificate  No.
I, kI.1v i!i.v» in.in the date h. re-
• ■ i ." Htiiing KccoHi r for -. .'. r
! ilcut.   ..- : , i     ■     | . ■ im -.1
l.'rownU  ml of Hi   n . iv« .
.vn.i further ink.- notice thai nel Ion,
■'■ in" i I    --'.11.111 1 before Un is
<uai ■■'  .1 leal, of I in pro- indents,
: thi. .i .-:.-..: . i.-i ilier, A.l'..
'"'•'• (i. n. n wilkie, i- • -
TROUT I IKK,
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10. II. N. WII.KIK.
NOTICE.
' T.mi Edwards mineral claim, iltuate
|i ii... Trout Ij.kr- Mining Diviiion of
t Kootenay district.
l-.-f.* Incited: "n Silver Cup monn.l. .it I'» miles from .-u-.r-r Cup
rake notice that I, Frederick Charlei
llliott,  KM .0.  No    B88042,  acting st
■nt for  John fl*.   Westfall,  K.    .('
I'.>7'i n, intend,  sixty  dayi form
■   date   licrcnf,  to apply   to   the
j  Ree irnWr   f-ir  n Cei tiAcate of
ivementi,  for  .be porp me "f ob*
miiK u Crown Grant ot the above
lai -...
And   further take notice that action
Slider 8irtir.li n", piual becommonced
I-     ■    the llSlI S  of ,-n'h Certificate
|f Improvements.
Dated thii llth day ot Aag.,A,D 190S.
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S 'I ill   TO I'I l iVvl'l-A"!   00   OWNER
l\i I'  Ic.  McLennan soever
lie may li iv<  li iiiefei*r**d liL« iirt. real
in tin- l.ii.li." niiueral . ..nn.
1 ake Notice " u I the   un lei
o-owner «iih you In the Em bro min*
rrtl claim lituite on sauth side of Lar-
li-.i i  river between Rapid ai. I i'.';.lnr
•r.-.-k" iii the Tronl Lake tti ning dii iaion
ul IV. Kootenay, haveperfon I the necessary work and made the i ary ex
i.i'ii.liiiir.-   on    the    above-menti med
■  i'n  the yean 1904 nnd I
.r.un to hold i he r seel
■ f tl,.- Mineral Act, and ihe yean foi
which *-»i-i «'.rk vi-ai. performer) and es
i.ci..inure made having expired. I hen -
by ni\.' you notice that il within BO
la - ii'iui 'he iii-t publication here, f
. oo fail or refute id contribute your proportionate share of inch exnSndltnre and
pay il.'- costs ot 111i. advertisement,
vour interest in the laid miueial claim
will become the property of the nnder*
• .i.i-i under aut' by virtue ot section*]
of the Mineral Act Amendmrnt Act
1900.
Hated at Trout  Lake this.'.I I. day of
J(II V, 1905, 1 KKI> C. Iii I '"IT,
Jut \ 7, ...". Co I Inner
NOTICK TO liKI.IMil'K.NT .'.i-.i'.VSl-.llw
io .luiiics Qrant', it. G, Mad eod and
.lames Bouchlsr, or to  whomioevei
they may have transferred iln-n in-
1 '-r.-r-i in the Slate mineral olaim.
Take i,i.in-.- iimt  I, the undersigned
.-..-.i«m i- (mi, ygu in the Slate mineral
.liiiin, (-itiiai. .In South side ol Lardeau
': 'i u tw. en luii . I aim  l"oplai**creeks
i" the  i rou| 14.k-f>  Mining Diyjiiou oi
u.hi   Koolenar,  luxe  performed the
necessary work'ahd made tin- nee
I'X'ieiiditure on  the ab ve  mei I  mi d
laim (oi  i! •• vei ra  1904 and  li"1".. in
irder io h.   ! ihe  ams an lot lection "4
-  Mineral Act, and the years for1
'. Inch said work mi* I-1 formed and ex
■ iid ' :-- |, J here*
'•;. give you notice thai il wiihiu 90 days
from  the   lirsl   publir Ition  li reof you
fail or i.i i-   to contribute your propor-
■ of mi.-h expenditure nnd
"-.> I e costs of thin Ivei'tiierrfenl (our
"ii> rest in ihe laid  mineral claim will
become lhe projierty uf the undersigned
unl I . vnl i« -f M-c.ioii 4 . i the
Mineral \ i .\ ih.ii I n ml Ai t, 14900.
Date i al froul  l.ak • thii I7ih day ..f
July, I JAMES SKULL,
i'i.-i iniii-,-.
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAH,
A. NO. 1 ROOMS.
Balmoral Hotel.
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V'ialtora to Fergoi i   muy rely upon the very beat of
accommodation  at ihie  well-know u  hotel     Rooms are
«ell furnished thioughoot.   The Har Is stocked with
u choice asiortment of palatable quenohero,
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Under the Management of S. Slinger
Royal   Kofel
Fancy Har,
"ilu. i:;il I rilerl.ilnineit
Hull. Un   Board, World'.*
Mln'njt News.
E L. MORAND, - PROP.
NOTICE.
Copper ( ..iii .. al claim, tiCoAte
in the I'icui Iii- : lining dlvijl. -. ol
W • -i lv -        ,     Uriel
Where local! I. On -tiller t'np liiousi*
min, about \)i miles from Silver Oop
mine.
Ink.- notice thai I, Frederick <
Elliott,  I!-'..V.C  So.  B88042, acting aa
igcnl for Charles I.. Cppp, I ..M C. No. i
BSol^u,    CI arles   McNIcholl,   l-.M.C. '
."-ull. and   Jolm   W.  Wi
F.M C No. B87904, iniend, sixty da/a ,
from the date hereof, t I apply te Inn
;  Ri i-'.r.li-r f..r  n Certificate of
Im rovemenla, i..r the puipoai
■a ning a Crown Granl of the  above
claim,
And further take notice thai sol ion.
under section .-.", must be commenced
:- ■ io the iuuauce vi Certificate of Im-
provemi i ti
I'.i' I il ii llth dav of Aug. a.i>. 1906.
18-8-1006,
'.'. iien look   .    .    plae ■ to ipi ud
your holidays, beiar in mind
thai  Trout   Lake   is   «n
ideal   .-tiiiiiner   resort.      The
ac i ' ry and climate are magnificent
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
IIVKHVImy |   * ;\v    ash     HIHSI'-I'l.asm   IN   ALL BKSPKOT8
Fire  Proof Safe
Tin-Hour..-Is socket wltli t  i n-.»m Wlne-i and (.'l»arH on tho market.
Trout    Lake,
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Is Under tbe sains Honaaemeut.
TIME   TABLE
Review Job Dept.
tor High-Class Work.
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I    Ii i    b'll i. iliui'd    w itli
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we'!    Vi niilal   i
iiii 1   warm   rooaie,   «< 11
glockf'l bs*. and evi-ryili 'ip *»hi' b
i.-, ds towardi i. i!  UK your vi-ii n
pleasant and memorghle 00*.
Bates i.-i'in $1 day upwards.
We strive to pleats ..ur patrons.
FERGUSON.
S.8. AHCM£;P or S.S. LARDb'AU.
Itunnint* iH'tween Arrowhead, llea-
ton and Comaplix, oommeuetog October 14th, 1903, will sail as follow*.
n.-uili. r pei in i'n )*.
Leaving Arrowhead for Boa cod and
I iomapllx, t» i.-<- dally— lute nn.l .'.k.
Leering Beaton ami Comaplix fm
Arrowhead, twice daily—Ttl.'k au.l
1 _.-4.■>k. Making oluee connections
with all C. P. It. Steamers and t.aiii*.
_he owners reaerve tbe right to
change times of sailings » tboui
notice.
The l:mplre Lumber Co., Limited.
ftrat-Clais in every r.-sj- -t.
The Travelling  public carefully
y    tiik.-n cure of.
JpMy & Neiisiiii • Pifs.
The Review
h the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kcct>enay5.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
viroio'i sacs   ma
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A H'U'IAI.TV.
Stcliles tt Trout Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
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Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   a
Mm Simpson,      Proprietor.
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TROUT LA
CITY
MACKINNON  and
SUTHEKLAND
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General
Merchants.
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FERGUSON - - B. C.
THERE   Iiuve    lieen    fr.itiiiios
made by jmlicloiii Invoat*
ment In  Real Eetate, and
more fortynea will be made than
ever the ii. xt two or three years.
Th. one ivli'. raapi tlie barveal is
t rigio.ll   investor,  for  lie   ln\s
liis inooev ou u certaintj.
Noiv lei ii- ['..iiii i at to you tbat
there i- no b< t ler ipot ..ti 'he Con*
tin nt lo buy llo.il Ketatu tbnu
TROI I   LAKE.
Trout Lalte li the prettiaal ipo»
in ibo K.M.ti nnv-; us u pleasure
K i- ri i it has iiii i ijunl. Boating
nn I  Helling may bo  Indulged in
tin. year round ; while big game
in a'.uml.nice is to llio fiiunil 00
ilia   hi'li.      Its   eliiiinte is  superli,
iliore  h iui; no fjmat ostromea, h
li ■ i11j» mi!.I in wn ler nml cool in
Mininiei. Il oatl h ii-l nf 8 -ti I of
' he Ann*!  lintels   inn! resiliences In
Uritish Columbia.   Ite si in nre
well In.] ..ut anil graded. There
B.n Iwi i'xc.'!l''iii (reoernl mores,
mil ;i kIuiio." at lhe n.le i tisemenls
in this journal will hIiow that nil
I rail es are fairly well represented.
Write  wiih confldeuce to Agents.
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
-7-__ •« _>*1'
if 11
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.   ::  ::
Then call on
or   write to
♦ .;.»•
fi_y
IT lias in ver hud a " hootn "—its
growl li hiis hern steady. It is
the In nil of navigation, snd
thr* terii.il al of tho Lardo luanrli
of tie C.P.R. All f.... Is (iii the
I.ni.'inn ) inii! to Tr. n't Lake. It
Is lite ci ii nun inl c. nlro i f lhe
i i. hi •; n ii eral Jii-w li t on tbe
i-oiiiii ( i,i and has '. nnking facili*
lief provided by iho [uipeiial
I'uiiK of Canada ; first-clnss acliool
accommi daiii n under Ihe dici r*
lion of P. Shannon, B.A.; a good
w;iii r sysli in : govi rnmi nl i dices ;
('. in.I* ('. nr! sittings; Mi lie <list
Episcopal md Anglican churches
nml c. tlage lio-[ iinl.
i here nre valuable ranch lands
on ilie-outskirts awaiting sciiUts.
Iib lumber resources are magnifi*
cent, r.iiil n Imiul saw mill with a
enpneitj of 00.000 ft. per day is at
c e l in.! .f the hike. The mines
tiihuluiy are proving out bigger
producers every yiar. with new
proipi (Is opening up rich bodies nf
ore.
Tl ere will be n l>i(* rush lliis
summer, w> if you would knew
more, write nt ..nee to . iihei of
the agents nt the addresses bi low.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
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aiauuuaiiiiuuuiiuiiuu^aiiu^aiiiiiiuiuuiUii^^uiuuiiiiiuuiuaauiaiuiuu JobJPri
f i   ~ :
tna of every description will be faithfully executed attha_T     ■ >£    ;,
Feiv'tison
F>.i_hting
and
j    Packing
Outfit.
a
■':„.J->. '
j "  -ta
Cojtriirtfi enteied into  for packing of Kilning RupplifrS, etc.
'n nn'- point in lhe district.
li.io.l. prompt service, am) any work undertaken guaranteed
patiplnoloi y.
S. DANEY, Prop. - Ferguson
LEGAL
FRED ('. ELLIOTT,
BARKISTBR. SOTARY
rt'iu.ir, kit.,
Troul Lake, B. C.      and Ferguson.
(loo. 8. MeCarter,
J   A. llarvry
lontv Court, held Tuesday,
1 i- rii.ht an influx "f visitors,
nmong .bom were Hi* lienor
1• Judge Forin,nolieitors G. 8. Mc*
t'ni ir, Revelstoke, Uhaa. Hamil
ton,  Ro-sliiiul. Robt   Hodge, Nel*
• io.i ; lltisjatitr-nn.l « itne-ses. F. E
Loder,   Kosslaivd,    H.   Mcintosh,
. Halcyon, A. F. Dudgeon, ti. A.
Clio. B 'lnnn. Oomai'lix : H. Sine, J
J. Smith, Revelstoke. F. Q. Brown,
• Bsttleford, Al an McDonald Ar
roviieipl; D. Mcintosh, Dave Orr.
Oamborne.
The Committee of the Skating
Rinl are aanonneing a jzntiid eon-
cert for Friday, November 17th.
Revelstoke Assessment
District.
Take Notice that I shall hold a
Court of Revision and Appeal.
under the " Assessment Act, 1903,"
■ fortlie Revelstoke Assessment Die*
triet. oi Monday, the _7th day of
Nov. mher, 1906, at the hour of 11
o'clock in the forenoon, at the
Court House, Revelstoke.
1). td   at   Re.e'Moke  tbis 23rd
dav of October. 1005.
C. M. FIKI.D.
Jiul/.. of the  Court   of  Revision
and    Appeal,   Revelstoke   Al	
ment.District of West Kootenay.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Head Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorized. $4,000,000
Capital [paid up] -   3.500.0;>O
Real   -      -      -    8.W,000
Brandies In the Northwest Territories, Provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario and Quebec.
T. R. MERRITT, President. D. K. WII.KIE, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Man.
E. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager.       \V. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
Trout     Lake,    B.    ('. Branch-A    Oeneral    Hanking    I'uilnc.i    Tc.u.acteJ
Bavinjn Popart ment—Deposits received and interest allowed.
Ornrtr. uol,| nvnllAlilr- In nil pArta of Canada,
United isintoH unit Eurnp*.
Nncclnl Attention  glren In oolleellom and
M nil.ii Ih ...I-.
T. B. BAKER.
rtanager
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE   riONEKR
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack and Cartage Horse" Always for Hiro
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
The B C. ASSAY and CH IfllCAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vancouwsb. B. C.
Headquarters lor Assayers, Minini* and
Mill Supplies.    Bole a.cut* in B. C. for
. Morgan Crucible Co.," Iiallersea, Eng-
. land; K. \V. Ura.in A Co.'s PatentCary
Furnaces,  Burner*, etc.   :   Wm. Aine-
worth A Co.'e Fine Balanree. etc., etc.
«»♦♦♦♦»♦
Daily Mape leaves   Beaton at 12 o'clock for Trout Lake Ferguson and Camborne
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake for Boston at 7 a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne
HARVEY McGARTER & riNkHHAM
SOLICITOUS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE    H.  C
>-> illcliura lor Imp-rial Hunk ..t i-anad*.
W. I. BRIGGB        J. M. SCOTT, ll.s.
Scott & Briggs
Barristers and BolialtOFS
KMt.O_NBH^*
j^jOSI.^-.
f. City Drug Store
I
PROPRIETARY
MBDI0INE8
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
-*-*■•*-■•-"--*-*■-• ^-■ ^ *.__ J
_oh0ol Supplies.
[Ol Toilet Articles,
& Etc.
itt!     STRICTLY CASH
c
A FULL LINE OP CHOICE STATIONERY,
-*"tk  A-4. J
ttmtm itt&t&O OOCM 0= O 4/ 4_^^-»4»fHe»*Oa_; _, tit.
_J
Solicitors for Molson's Bank.
REVELSTOKE
B. C.
\ ■'■'■ ■ \ $
v_^* ■ -j
RESERVE,
RIGHT OF WAY   FOR   RAILWAYS,
ETC.
Notice is hereby given that all Crown
lands along tin* located lines if any rail
way, power, or tramway company, In*
Ciir|vorated under authority of tlie
Legislature of this Province, ami having a width of fifty ;-r.n) feel on each
r-i-lc ..( said lines, nre reserved forrinlit
of way parpones for such railwny, power
oi tramway oompany.
w. **. gor;:.
Pepntv Com. of Land!- and Works.
Lands A Works Dept.
Victoria B.C., lir.l Oct., 11)05.
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE. B  C.
Best Hotel jn Town,
Heaflprtei. for Miniri and Connercial Med.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
TROUT   LAKE   I.OPGK   l.O.O.F.
NO. 41
M
ft
Hi-.rui.-i r meeting, lielit In
...1 !l. n.-u'.    Hull   every
Tiit-mliiy nlcht at   -
O'clock     vi.ii i.(   broth-
m*5-*^    wncnr.lliilly welcome
O. Jacotwi.n, N. fi. ;  A. W. Kitfc  II A K.Her
TUSCAN   LODGE,
N.39.
AF.  & A.M.
3rd   Tliurt-ilnr each
month,
niters Welcome
' K<c, H. McPherson. W.M
S_SBJ_HS_S__S8___B_S_S. BBBBE _
lhe Lardeau Brewing
 Company	
rVTTj^-.—Tfjr,
Lager Beer
and Porter.
"<*-a;jT.'_
Draft ®> Bottled.
s
' WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO- LTD-
Hardware, Minors' Bepplies, Stoves
and Ranges.
NELSON.  B.C.
♦ ■;-'.-*.♦♦*)«
MASTERSON
Gexbu_ Hsbcbak
I
Miners'
Supplies
*> t? «*_-? _i-_s_s=s?_^o«-
I
0K
1
JBarbet Sbop
-FOBA-
]i     Oood Shave or Hair Cut
— CALL ON	
I William Schnell,
*\ KEilUlrtO.N and TIloUT LAKB.
Hot and Cold Baths
ArviHintaiil,
\ .,«.i..i
J. C. MURRAY,
TlTOCT LAKE, B. C.
Outritlt eofMMBTa*  ir»ter«-ti rarvfullr
kroke? after.
r1tr.il I -r . «ira. . I>_nai
V. M. Westfall & Co.
POPLAR   -
B.C.
>*><»«**;•<_,,-},; .» .««»»♦
M"iii  '-....
Minim l*rc>j^r»ir« Rmjflett On,
Mln»-»i«r>rt l-r.*»f*-*n. Ift*u»*it »nttM4,
Mli'iirPriv"--*.'-" *"1Mt»rf»f >«i lli.i
J(Ul».
I .art. an   I. .'-it
Kw>rllc»..rB^»
BULBS
Troul Lake, B. C.
* Hssa^imj
Ooln'or SiKer $1 50
• ii.lil Mini Silver .    . .|2 00
Silver end J_-.vJ.... . 2 SO
• '"[.("■r .   . ....
Sine	
1 00
f J A0
NOTICE  TO CO OWNERS
Te James'.rant, or to whomsoever be
nnv have transferred I.i* Intereal la
ths Cromwell mineral ilmn
Take notice thai »c the un*Jersi{*ned
co owner null vou in the Cromwi ll
mineral claim,aftuata on hes*fof Brown
.-re. k, In 'I root Lull'   leinii.
w. K.riri.'iniy, have performed ll
i-r-Miiv work nn.l niaik lh« ncceaaarves-
penditoi. on   nl iv« n
(pr the yearn loot 1005,   n on ..
lhe -nine n. der .i      , .'i   fthi
ul Act, nn.l  Ihe v. i- for wli
«nrk iv.i- |ierformed having . siiire.1  I
liereb*. |*lvo j that If wii
dayi   *nm  tho drM |>ublica
y hi fail ..r refuse toi   iiiiii.i. . r.,nr |.r.,.
D..rin.iiii-«. .-I nr.- of inch ej penditiire
ami pay the nosl r-f Ihiaadvi ri -    onl
5   SHANNON, fssayer
n i'.it mis b. C
0.BN WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Lan»l Surveyor,
Mineral CUImn Snrvcy***)
ami Cnm n Oranti Obtained
-BULBS
A. G. FRASER,TitHrtUke
*^ ^^ J      aBuar*>ii,a<«ai**--«.sw
BULBS
==BULBS
• > •.! ..fdee.
In ai bake, fl ('
W. H. Jones,
i i.
!'•»(    1. „-' ,        ; ||„    .; i
NELSON, B. C.
?
AKEV!,EW HOTELP.Buras&Co'F. B. Wells,
rROUT LAKE 11 r.
war inierest In the sgld mineral,           CJ-Jf C| fb.^n O      /T/%   ■ Ba
will become Ihe property ol ll h.iei   I ri?lci L ItC V CV      \X0. D"
win r nnd hv virtue o'bi  lion 4 u '•»»**'.
•  . |  i'
p well Supplied with L
IWHOLEBALE JAMJ   BBTAIL -^VBLSTOKE, (i.e.
arKe OoBforlable if,., mp,   Excellent Cuisine and Attendance
iquorstl Cigars     Meat "•   '	
hnwi   i »_-„.0
Madden & Levesque
Props
Merchants
"""'••'-in all kinda of Fresh Meal
I,BOUTLAKE,B,C
BOUGHT
Cash  phici;_*  paiu

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