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Lardeau Mining Review
—
Th.' rcpri L'ntutive
oi tl. i rich Lardeau
country, Si nl to
any add reus for $2
per an. in advanci.
VOL. I
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.   C.   JAN. 37th  1905.
No. 12.
OPINION OF
EXPERT.
BELIEVES THE LARDEAU IS
THE RICHEST MINERAL
DISTRICT IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
WILL  ERECT  A   MILL.
At Tenderfoot Creek to Treat the
Ores of thf Lardeau Valley
Mines, Limited.
The above company, a Spokane
concern, of which Colonel W. N.
Brayton    is  president,   owna   11
elafmfl on Tenderfoot erei-k, a mile
from the C.P.R, line, and some six
miles west ol I'oplar.
John Mackenzie of Spokane, one
of the directors in describing the
property to the Nelson News says 1
"Our 11 claims are all crown
granted. There are two main veins,
known as the John 1. and Liza
Vrins. In the No. 9 level we arc
working in the John Lin 11 feet
»if concentrating ort. It averages
iiboul *11 a ton unconcentratcd.
In No 1 level we have three feet
of solid high grade ore which will
average over *50 a ton, and fin-
Wt nf concentrating ore.
" We have made an eic.ll.nt
Bhowiag   Ior   lhe   work   ilone   and
money expended. 'I hough we
have onlv expended on the pn>-
]*rty a little over lU.UUO, we have
100,000 tons of ore available which
will net the company ♦■"■ -"> jarr t.-it
ami ever} foot of work now being
don. is in ore, which is getting belter all the time as depth is attained.
IIv the time ihe present contract
for work is completed, which will
be May 1. we will have about
300,000 t.'ii- of good ore available
for treatment. The pro|>o*ition is
n very economical one from all
points of view ; in fact it is nn
Ideal mining proposition , the veins
are exceptionally large, and there
it- abundance of water jmwer and
timber,
" We propose to erect a mill and
concentrating works at the mouth
..I Tenderfoot creek to treat -mr
ores, in conjunction with the ores
of the Handy mine, one mile and
a half up the railroad track. 1
consider thc Lardeau to be the
moat promising field for the mining
Investor, It had 1'2 mines ready
uniting t.i ship when the C.P.R.
Lunch was built up Lardeau
valley. High grade ore and big
vins with great depths are the
characteristics of the Lardeau
country, which I believe will shortly be recognized as the richest
mineral district in Britiah Columbia." The annual general meeting
i«f the Company was held recently
in Spokane.
Looks Good to Us.
There is n well founded rumor
abroad that the plant at 5-Mile was
only intended  ns an  experiment,
but that ROW its success is assured.
ii plant  commensurate with  the
needs of the district will be erected
during the coming tu.nrucr.
Will the hungry party who
lifted the bunch of chickens from
Andy Craig's back-yard kindly return toe leathers?
There is some  tnlk of  a match
Mug ratified  between young Geo.
.. ■ i    ..    • ;    Swndn
•     : the I
Mr*. Patton and family left town
on Monday for Toronto, wlmre
they will in future reside.
Billy Cliffe, came in from Ban-
don on Friday, and will cast in
his lot with tlie forces at 5-Mile.
Since his arrival he has proved
himself n., in.-un exponent as a
puck pursuer, and he figured most
conspicuously in both thc recent
hookey matches.
ITS UP TO YOU.
This is the opportunity of your
lifetime, Mr. Miner. We are to
be visited by the American Institute of Mining Engineers. The
following interesting communication was received this week :
Revelstoke, Jan. 20, 1905.
Secretary, Board of Trade,
Trout Lake, B.C.
Dear Sir,—Kindly bring under
the notice of the Board the fact
that the American Institute of
Mining Engineers will visit this
Province about June, and  having
been   requested   bv the Committee
J.    I horn   is   contemplating   a,.,  „„,i',„i„    ,,   ' ""mi,e1
, .   , .. , „ .   '        ,     ,   to  umkrtak-« the arrangement of
trip to see the old folk in England.   ,he  trips  for  visiting members in
He left 5-Mile on Sunday. this section, I have to ask your co
operation and support in dealing
with the matter such a way as will
A   small  congregation attended
_, . b   6,        , ,     „        w«*» ww matter sucn a Way ns wll
Divine service conducted by Rev. J ensure the members of the Insti-
Sharp on Sunday evening. Next! tute having a pleasant time while
Sunday the Choral Society will I ,lc're- as well as being afforded op-
render an attractive programme. A Portuoities of seeing something of
good attendance is anticipated.
J. Parisian piloted a sleighing
party on Sunday from the Lake to
6-Mile,
The jail is now completed, hut
constable Kirkpatrick is not in a
particularly good shape for running
the mineral resources of the die
trict. It appears to me it would
be well to get together a good collection of the ores of the district ;
to organise a steamboat excursion
to Big Bend ; to arrange a trip to
Fish Creek, Trout Lake, Ferguson
and Poplar. The visit of thc members of the Institute cannot fail to
have  an  important  effect on dir-
anybody in, as he has had to lay | acting the attention of capital to
up with an attack of rheumatism.
Evil doers, your hours are numbered, he's progressing favorably.
Did Socks too, anticipates a busy
season, and his abilities as a tripe-
hound may yet lie proved.
There was a good-sized crowd at
the mineral resources of the Province, and it appears to me the
opportunity is one, that we, in this
part of the Province, should make
the most of —Yours truly,
E. A. DAOOKN.
The correspondent hits the mark
when he says that the visit of these
the Skating Rink on the 22nd t0JKe"tUm'«" should " have an impor-
witness the hockey game between tont effect on the directing the
the Balmoral and Lardeau hotels. | 'Mention of capital" Now, the
Punctual to time Doc. Newcomte *«w»w mekes a suggestion and an
marshalled the teams \o see that'offcr whicn we hoPe will be taken
nothing uxk* murderous than the *hh a whole-heartednees by mine
needed sticks wen en evidence, and
the
and property owners.    We all cannot have the members of the Insti-
t ouce tootled tlie   siren   for
battle.
we can
ri best part of the ground.   We would
capcra were   cut bv one or   two "»W>t ^at every property-owner
of  the embryonic stars.    A scrum I bring in samples of his rock and a
Both  teams plaved  des-|tuttf viaitour individual properties.
I-crate I y  hard  for strings of ver- T
in which four or  five   players oon-
Idescription    of   the    leads,   topo
graphy, etc., and have them on ex
eluded in a mix-up was a luxury, hibit in town. We have lots of
and an unrehearsed flip-flap was room in the Rkvikw office, and
downright  excitement.     Still,   a*. *>" ">»*» arrangements to have all
times there were some dashes which ■ ^"t8"'1. d^':riP,ion» 8,l0W" '''
., .     . ,     the  best  advantage.     Now,   take
bore a resemblance to hockey,   in j thi(l matu.r      and let U|e ^^
these flight* it generally resolved ■ on the outside see that we have
itself into Em Crawford making | what we claim : Thk RIOHSST ash
for the goal with the whole bag-o'-| M,*T MVMBBKSD mineral district
,       i    w        i:™      ai   k.u   in tup: Province.
tricks   thashtng    him.     At   half-i
time he had   beaten   the  Lardeau j
goalie   five   times.      The   second
moiety was marred by an accident [
to Jack Cameron,  he having the;
PRESENTATION.
The regular communication  of
Tuscan Lodge was  held  on Thursday  the  19th  inetant.     This was
tlie first meeting since the newly-
elected officers were installed, and
was  the  occasion of   the brethren
showing their appreciation of the
services   of   Past-Master   Geo.   N.
Taylor  by  presenting him with a
silver tea and  coffee service* (with
tray), suitably engraved.    Brother
Taylor   was  mainly   instrumental
in having a lodge  installed at this
point,  and   since  the inception, a
year ago last March, has held the
position   of   Master.      The   better
halves of the brethren were invited
to attend   the  festivities  after tin-
regular business of the lodge. Those
attending   from  the   outside were
Mr.   and    Mrs.   George   Lux,   of
Beaton,   Messrs. Bullard and Coleman, of Camborne,  Mr. and Mrs.
H.   Carter,   Dr.   W.   E.   and Mrs.
Newcombe,  J   Q,  and   Mrs. Mc -
Kinnon,  J.  C. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick, and A. F. and Mrs  Rankine.
of   Ferguson.      The   banquetting
room was tastefully decorated, and
the appetites of  the  guests were
agreeably  tickled.     Bro.   H   Me-
Pherson   in   making  the presentation  made  mention  of   the   high
regard   and  esteem   in which Bro.
Taylor  was  held,  and   expressed
thc opinion  of all when he stated
that it was only through the oxer-
tioes  of   P.M.  Taylor that Tuscan
Lodge No. 39 had not only an existence, but wa« looked on all over
the Jurisdiction as  one of  its best
equipped and drilled lodges.
, '
Lake Localets.
The Horseshoe Shipping.
The Horseshoe lessees have made
their initial shipment of ore. It is
expected that the shipment will
run over $150.00 per ton. The
Uorsesh«>e is one of oar promising
properties, and has sent at different
times shipments of good value to
smelters. It is owned by Andy
Craig and Ed. llilhnan, and adjoins the famous Lucky Boy property. The present lessees have
undertaken a systematic plan of
development, and we look to see
the property turning out a sucoess.
Cut this out
Wear it m your Hat
Toll Everybody.
misfortune   to  be struck on   the |
mouth with the puck at close quar- j
ters.   However, Jack wears a heavy
mustache, so the three stitches in-1
serted won't  make  him regret the
game  and   the   loss of some mad,
magenta.      Off   again,   and   Em
Crawford made tracks with a " just
watch  mc"  expression   with pronounced SOCOSBSS three times more.
Balmorals, Lardeau nit !    Hotten 'j
But   a   change   was  about  to be
wrought,  as   Billy   Cliffe, a recent i
arrival from  Sainton  from  whom, 	
great things were expected in mat-j A large party of Trout Lakers
ters hockey changed his position ' went up to Ferguson last Saturday
bv joining the forwards. After night to pay a visit to the Skating
apologising to Mister stage-driver! rink. A 4-horsc team was handled
for being on the earth, Billy Cliffe j by Herb. Christy to draw the
went through the whole opposition I merry crowd, who greatly enjoyed
like a dose of—ask anybody how ' the sleighing Other parties made
many seconds It took to get those; the trip In cutters, and on the
four goals. The game was called,!arrival of the whole bevy, a very
Balmoral 8, Lardeau 4. Team- jolly time was spent The ice was
Lardeau: Basil Smith. W. Cliffe,! in first-class ahajic, and manager
W Skinner, Asa Hillnian, Kid ] Shannon did tha honors to the sat-
Baskelt, J. Cameron, T. Thompson, i isfaction of all. Before having for
Balmoral: Alec. Cummings, Ern home, the party were invited to
Crawford, S. Sllnger, Geo Weir, the residence of Mrs. J. Q. McKin-
Frank Barber. Kd. V ard, J. Marat, non, where light refreshments were
I provided.    Notwithstanding we are
Levi's cigar drummer was trying QmiaemUvei and high  tariff ad-
•Spiel the Bonspiel.
Trout Lake Bonspiel
February 14th.
p.spiel.  \
Sleigh Trip to Ferguson. I   150 lb. Ors Sample.
Bert Fowler has brought in from
t'ie Mammoth group one of the
rim-si samples of ore ever Been in
town It weighs about 160 lbs.,
and was taken from '.!•« Empire
claim of the above group. An
as:niy gave values of 2,«00 OtS. in
silver and (15 pr cent lend. The
sample is on exhibit in the Kkvikw
window, and is attracting a deal of
atttention. The claim is owned
jointly b.y the Calif mian syndicate, Sid Graham and Bert Fowler.
•
ttli
;,. Bonspiel
I     ky Boy
Ii proceeding merrily.
his luck in town this Week.
(•only Nellis was in from Cam
borne on Tuesday.
0.   II.   Northev,
Camborne Miner has been appoin-;on Tuesday bore out thtsargumen
ted a Justice of the Peace. i to the letter.
The Grand   Forks KeWB-Gaiette
and lhe   Evening Sun  are still at
daggers  drawn.     A   rebuke   from
the   latter  recently  for  betray ng
.editorial  dignity   by   cutting   ice
RECIPBOOtTY is the  right principle 'w»»  thought  a master-stroke, but
if participated in  by  all parties.
thc  News Gazette while not deny
'ing  the  allegation, retaliates in a
editor of   the j The big crowd down to our carnival; rt,cent isBU0 by calling the editor ol
the   Sun   a   full-blooded   Siwash.
Gentlemen, gentlemen, cut it out
4»»«« »♦»♦«.»»>♦»♦♦».»■<■»■»♦<>.♦,;
Tuesday was a gala day in the
annals of Trout Lake. All Ferguson, their sisters, brothers and
cousins, were here in holiday attire.
They went home happy and contented over their winnings at
hockey, and the denizens of Trout
Lake arc also happy and appreciate the good-will shown by the
attendance of so many from their
sister town.
We regret to announce the departure this week of J. 15. Henderson and family for Grand Forks.
When the Canadian Timber and
Sawmills Co. were first organised,
Mr. Henderson was appointed
general manager, and held that
position until the company got into
financial difficulties last fall. As
friends and citizens Mr. Henderson
and his family have been all that
could lie desired, and their absence-
will be missed both in church and
social circles Miss Eva will, however, remain as post-raistress here,
and Miss Isabel will retain her
position as teacher at Ferguson.
The Review wishes the family all
prosperity wherever they may go.
Host McLennan of the Windsor
is expected home the beginning of
next week.
Fred Elliott, Beb Benson. Alec.
Crawford, and A. W. Edge, left
Monday for Nelson to take part in
the Bonspiel. We trust the bovs
will make a good record for Trout
Lake and bring back some k;nd
of a trophy with them. As an incentive to do or die, the first three
gentlemen took their wives along.
The fourth would it he could.
Lafe McLellan and Fred Mil's
are down from the Horoe Shoe putting in a few days' holidays.
A sociable evening was spent
Monday at the Oddfellows' Hall,
the occasion being a farewell party
to the Misses Henderson. A large
number were present, who all expressed their regret at the departure
of the family referred to.
E. L. Ainnian is taking out his
logging plant this week. This is
no indication that the lugging business of this part is played out, but
only that the present company ann
Mr. Kinnvin cannot agree. E. L
has taken a big contract on the
Arrow Lakes, which'we trust will
be a profitable one.
0. B N. Wilkie and family left
Thursday for the coast, where they
will spend the new few months.
We regret to learn that the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Madden is seriously ill. We trust
that the illness will only be tem-
porary, and that the little one may
l>e spared to grow us big as his
father " Bob."
A lady applicant for a school in
a neighbouring school district was
asked the question I " What is your
position upon whipping children?"
and her reply was—" My usual
position is on a chair with tin
wild held firmly acros.» my knees,
face downward."—She didn't get
the job,
J. C. Hanson. wn« in from Poplar yesterday. He returned this
morning.
The curling team visiting Nelson
were doomed to disappointment,
for on arrival there they heard of
its postponement by reason of the
unfavorable change in the climut..
A telegram was received here to
that effect after the departure of
the' party. It was too bad that
they should miss the fun here.
Mrs Kennedy has removed to
Mr. Hunt's residence.
A SPLENDID
GAME.
It was a happy thought on  Un
part of the local ei   h tsin.81   to ir-
range a hockey match betwei
twin cities of  Ferguson and   I .  il
Lake in the afternoon prior to thi
evening Carnival ' Tin   bi        n
witnessed the fastest hockey j
cv.-r played in town.     From B<
to finish the game must be ehi rt c
terited as swift and gentlemanly
and Ferguson  won fur thc .-i..,, e
reason that 'her put s betti r team
on the ice than their opponents.
The   match was arranged OS   thi
Season's   curtain-raiser,   and    witl
the object of selecting the mosi
skilful exponents to d>; IcrM
the district throughout the .-•   -
We    know     now   that   we
make it as hot as mustard for any
junior  team in   lhe  interior;   but
this is en pat-bant.   To the game.
Ferguson defended the jzoal at
the entrance end. and on the puck
being started Trout Lake immediately attacked. Some smart passing by the Lake forwards gave
Woods an opening, but he was
checked at  a critical moment by
E, Crawford. Keeping up the
pressure the Lake team could do
everything but scor.-. the \
Lenin cleared by the Ferguson <l> •
fence almost miraculously, only to
be brought into action for a further
fusilade. The game was .v ;-
ingly fa.st, and the players were
showing the effects of it. It appeared at thi.- juncture that Fer-
gtiMiti men were wearing the best
for they took up the attack i.
spirited fashion, BchuUe in the
Lake goal was literally bombarded
with shots, and at length a yell
from the Ferguson rooters heralded
the fall of the l.ak. goal. The
latter now made a supreme effort
to equalize, and a smart run
by Henderson on the right was
rendered futile by Ern Crawford,
who was a team in himself. Half-
time arrived with Ferguson ace in
hole anrj the Lake pressing.
Immediately on resuming. Barber
lost a fine opening, and Bouli «e
securing sent in a shot whi h just
failed, and Jack and Will Crawford
were a minute later making the
Ferguson team rustle hard to keep
the puck out. Woods am! W.
Crawford who responsible for some
clever work, hut were pulled Up in
the nick of time by Sliuger. A
breakaway by Porteous and Cliffe
found the home custodian prepared, and three shots were BaVed
in as many seconds. Doc. Hobin-
son took a pot shot at the Ferguson
stronghold which the goalie pu».ted
out. Perhaps the smartest piece of
individual play throughout the
game was here witnessed, as Km
Crawford to,.k lhe puck through
the opposition with remarkable
agility, and Is'.u Schulse at the
mouth of the goal. Ferguson 'i,
Lake ii. In spite of the reverses
Trout Lake continued to play in a
determined manner, but their luck
was not in. and the Puckroll Centre
through the instrumentality >'f K.
Crawford scored twice more before
the game WM called,  leaving them
victorious by 4- ii.
Teams : trout Lake—0. Woods.
F. Schulse. B, K. Boultbec, Dr.
Robinson, •!• Crawford, J. Henderson, W. Crawford.
Ferguson—E.Crawford,J Marat,
S. Sliuger, K c. Benson F. Barber,
H. Porteous. W. Cliffe.
Referee : I>r.   W. E. NeWCOmbcj
timekeepers,    Messrs.   Craig   and
Atherton.
Average Price of Metals.
Silvir, ceiiln |»ro». ..
Ltsd, prr 10n 	
Coppar, rents per t*•
f|>elter(!St. Lmiis))..
1904
1.875
18.1
5 :•".
1903
4 1B7
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REVIEW.
js Printer] nt Trout l.afce titty, ami iuiMi-n. .t
ut Fergus ,11 and Treaty bako nvci-y Krt.l.i) .
'fas Editor does not nold himself ro»p.ms
im- for He. opinion* ,.i oorvo*pund«utiex-
prt-sMit In Its oo'iurauH
A.I1 loouU wlU be alinraed nt tba rata of 16
i'imiis ii'i'liiie, first Insertion,and iOoentape.
I nir iMi'ii aubaoqiipul la-; l'.lqn.
T.-nni.forTransient and oiler Hlvotttsini;
will I,i- made loinyvii,-.. application ut otllce
Bubsorlptloii S-.Muipiir. In mlvauce.
plUt\RAY _, ATH4RTON Publishes
nn a future occasion. A pair of
handcuffs and " K'lg niig'.il tlvn be
it[i| ropi'lately introduced.
Additional Lake Locals.
f,Starke? & Go,
WHOLESALE DEALEKS in Bulier,
Ekjts, Chec.c, Prodn. u and Fruit,
llnuhtoii Uk„ Josephine St. .Solspi),B.C.
Alec Biggai' i'ti 1 Frank Landrian |
came in yesterday froin  fhe Silver
Plate.    Cross-cutting has been the
iialui'i1 of the work t inoe they took,
oyer   tit"  property.     They  have
fp
LOW
E»A
in:-   tlii;lciit!. anil are \vc
with Hie good showing.
NOW FOR THE BONSRIEL.
The success of tho Carnival ami
hockey   match   on   Tuesday   last
ought to be an  Incentive to tho
people ol' Trout Lake and Fergh-
toii   to  jut forth   their best cn-
deiivilure  to make  tlm sports arranged lor on tlie Uth of February , ctfM u re(, ft l3othlew B0H
ati unqualified  success.     There Is
to doubt but that a team oau be      ]y Champagne,
pieked from the players who took |toW11 °» Saturday,
tift   in Tuesday's game that will
Jiohl their own with  any loam in
vim KootenajB.
8,1' ii-fiei
E. E, Chipman, gold comtnis-
Bionor Kn-lo riding was iu Ferguson yesterday* on a visit of in-
pi-ctinn to the recently erected
jail.     Wo   wonder  if   E.E.C.   e'n-
•Mile, wn*
_» n
Brewing Co.
Brewers of
time   Lager  Beer
and Porter -•>
R. Roisterer _b Co.    -   Props.
J-  l*-   it  •%    ww-  ■•» -
It remains with tho yf-ople who
will benefit largely to contribute
to tlio expenses necessary to the
pelting in of outside curlers and
hockeyistf), It cobts money, and
it is only through judicious advertising and careful attention tn details .lint success can be attained.
Riis.-land, Nelsooj Roveletoki
and other towns have always received a large measure ol BUpporl
from this part of the country, and
we feel assured that it is only the
opportunity that is wanting for
th'Ut to return it in lull measure'
Lost wu forget,     •■•••    *  *
February 1 Itu.
Is the date.
Of the Trout Luke Bonspiel.
Squire  Thompson   was   In from
Beaton  ;his morning.     He say
there is an opening dowh there fo
some Btrong men to haul snow from"
hero lo luakodeoant sleighing.   '
'ti-.-
I, >wy Qui re :   re tii g.
So is the big Swi de.
No skating ro-ni'glit.
Ferguson
IcelDOTival
On Tuesday"
Smith & Qo.
45 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
HK,II-(T_SS TAILORS.
■j A FILL be represented in the I.ar
Vw      dean   at   regular    interval)
throughout the  year..    Orders
tor clothing wul receive erase attention
Our repsewntathe, s. A. scott, jh a
.im,'Menl   tailor, and will make i-lolliea
Held your orders for him,
—    —V
*^-^_C
sterson,
i*iii_K_*&a
<&CO.
mawAMa^aa^-MSMhaii' *
AN3LICAN    CHURCH.
Services on Sunday evening nt  7.:I0
.■'clock.    Vieitora   aro   cordially we1
:orqed.
HKV.H. A.SOLLY,
incilliiheiit.
WOOD    VALLANCE     HARDWARE CO   LTD-
Hardware, Miners' Supplies, Stoves
an,I Ranges.
NELSON, B. C.
DEFAULT BUMMONS.
THE DUNCAN RIVER AGAIN.          .   ^. , j l.N \heT .titit\ Ci.nrtof kootenay. hol.leii
...                          .,          ..               , |   _ _    al _ _  __                   T"*:it Tront Lake, between Hubert Ma.i.leu
Wo m.ucc  in  the  estimates of ? AQ.-    sQ-VTVlTTQ '   a«d Lonis Lwasqno, doing-busiilass a«
lhe.   ltominion House the annual X\J'\J   Wv'll ill. V C'ji   Madden  & tevjwqrje,  brTiaiit Lake,
•   .-          r   a. i f-n.,,,-. r "             "  '. " CO..     le.'. I-• e|«'ri.     plaintiff*,     an.l
appropriation of $2,600.00 for im- Walter B.-Curtis, of Trout Lake, B.C..
provements on the puncan River. Cln    TTll 3-C-rIviO'1'''         laborer.dalendaht.
Attention ban been called repeat- V"     & H^ylliy...      .. TAKK   NmirK.  that bnlea.; within
1     C'lfht itn\s after tlie i>er.-onal service
tdly to the ulti r iis'i-lessness of ihe nf u.i.s sunintons on yon. you return, to
» vi.i ml'iurn nt rl.ia  nm,   o.wl ,,-. ,t    ,       .,  .   .                          •_                the  Registrar of  this U>"irt at Trout
expenditure or tblS money, and we Hockey M-tt-h at n:,;i.|.i.i 7 "i:        ].Hk,. the-.viuo.nte note briow.dated
think  if  tho libetal  prtss would! .                                        and.signed by voursell Cor your solli
Use their influence   With   the Gov-   TrOUt.    Lflke  VS..   FergUSOn citor(;a,ids;Htin^,rie«yy«uV|.roiimtp
*?            I .of ilofence to tlie actinii,. jou will not
ern.neiit   to curtail matters along        (-.,   ,.., in your thotffands. oftowardsk be, allowed to make any
this line it would pay a great dee.)                        "                              i" ,V,J"'m"(;,0 t,!'«(-|*i,n wWcihi*epUfri-
1 . -_ - '  _L„ tilt mikes on yen, ns j*r ^rgin, the
bptier than always har[.ii.n on th • ~~T; =—"I particqlars of which are hereunto an-
two per cent, tax imposed by tbe X\ T> O /-M nexe.l ; hntthc rlaimiii-may, «ith;
Proviiicinl legislature. Vr* \~\\\'\\\>1 e\" j ,f|L n«ch cloiin. herein MPiead to final
\Vn coi.v tir extract from tli" ''•*• ,-A^ wLL JLLlJ V/\l W\) i'l.L'ini'iit and execution. If you re-
'• t -.ni such dispute note to the Regis.
>.l<on Iribune showiug the'tn trar within tbetime specified, tha Reg-
methods   that  aro  being  adopted', VUZLE8ALE    AXJ^    RETAIL i>lrar will send v». i.y r-.rt;• notice of
, M    '        .        ?i w j. the dav upon wl.un the action will Im'
by the Kaslo liberals, and fee! as-        [Vl&£l{ tried."
Bnred  that  if all would clop tliie^      *  _      ^"      fl -     * Claim, $88.75j * Fee for plaint and
i-i i jj        r\1 Oi «o fa e-o, ^» -vt, 4. ~ seTviee, $3.00;  Costa,  solicitors, etc,
petty   bickering  and  get  in andj      i^aerCalCaae^S        ttO.OO J W amonutof debt and costs
worK  for  the  infureuts of  British' } $*"."S ; Costs of garnishee, IS.'IO; Total
U .:..mbia, that lhe outside worS j Dealers in al! kinds of Fre*h Meat | ''pS'lhTnuh'ihly!, ^.-.....r, im
h At
«&•
Our Goods
Were all shipped in Last>
-   Pail, and are the
NEWEST AND
FRESHEST   IN
THE CAMP.
When you want the
At Lowest Prices
Call on Us.
General
erchants,
NEW
would have timreconfidr — H onrj
resourcee and tho int < if the]
Province would be advanced j
materially
"According    to    advices   from
luislo,  tho official   head of poai-
uiaater "Sam"   Green ii to be
topped oft to satisfy the political
i |,. elite of bin btothor,  who is!
chief commissioner <>f i.o '.   and
woilu in tlieJuly-McBridogovernment.     "Sain"  Green   has be*-ti i
post-master   at   Aiueworlh  and
K.sln lor 14 yean*, and the public I
at   both   places   ha\o   Itcon   weilj
itrved. j;Mr. Green  has not been
an offcn,sive partisan,  in. more so
than  ihe  post-master at Nelson,
or ILisaland, or Revelstoke,    But
•' Bob " Green has rubbed it i.i o i
the   political   liberals   (f   Kaslo.l
and   not   being able  to get even   ■-.
. ih   Hoi.   they are getting even  §3"
e. id Saw.   Politics is h giime. not
;     ajs played fairly, and it ;•■
il.al ihe game at played in K;isio   jj
i- <ric i f the unfair ones.   If s. II
(ireen i» dismissed e» pottwastei
at Kasi.i, he at least will go in
i :e with t..   good-will of every
ii.i-iinicr in Kootenay^
TL'il'T LAKE. B.C.
F. C CAMPBELL^ "iff-
i *R(Hrfs;rarof tha Court
W/^AP
.LSjICiGSill
Hotel
'■:;
Proprietor.
I
. si >. i
I-
i
ii.
HEN  visiting  Ferguson you
shn.ild s'av at.J h#. Laideau
Hotel.     Here   the   rj^itnr
will   lie   burrounded   with
hortv comfortk.    Excellent
_____    cuisine,     weTl   ventilated
and   warm   rooms,   well
stocked bar,  and   rvi lyasiiag which
teid-i towards making your wait a
pTcaHant and memorable one.
K ites from $1 day upwards.
We strive to ple.-i"e onr patrons'.
FERGUSON.
—t	
NOW
1.50
A I.ADfiKR OK BWORD8.
By Gilbert Parker, doth. $1.50'
TH K L/Lgt lIul'E.
By II. S. Merrtman, cloth
THE MYSTIC SI'IUNG.
By D. W. HiggiDS, Vietoria,1.50;
FOSTKlfS'ltKllH.K'MANUAL
cloth. K50-
Building Trad'f Pocket Book
Business Man's Pocket Book
Mechanic's Pocket Memorandum
Three vols. \ .50
I'tilJiy tli.-..Literii;,tiuiial Correspondence School at f! each <.nr price U.fiO
"ii ban
NELSON, S  C
is   the   time | >r   you to    jjj^
t    Bay I. :.- New r were    jg
I lie Prospects pj
so bright.
Mmtii Dia^Mi
The   Town   of   FERGUSON
will be one of the Greatest
Ore Producing I' troj i In the
World. Tlie high degree i f
siicceas achieved by th»
num.-i a.- VVEALTllT and
PfiACTlOAl, BBI1 ISH and
A M E RIC A N M I M N < J
COMPANIES now operating
thern is a tiibute to tl ■
tiemendi.ua wealth of the bills
Biiin nu
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated  Brands  of
ami B»rgs,
=Q
:
MACK
:. lossee of tin- rink must have
b .. boru under a lucky star, as
arokdy had the «kalera i<jft tl d
i'j vv'ie i d.nvil cime t te rain Ri il
, , Ico softoned up with the chnngt
ol neathi r. He would iiave been
a he ivy loser had ihe carnival
betn tiied fur the lollowli g day.
—      ■ -   B-XJ-l.. U.
It  generally happens that nt a
gala or carnival where excitement i
bus    run   high,    someone  fancies
thiy'rc '■ il. '   lie cropped up u>-
UHids (ho close of the festivities
nt the ti'ik 00 Tuesday night, nnd '
while Lis voluminous Ihoiax gave
u'.leiaic.'   ti   the   adjectives  and
expletive* which enianaltd from a
sh'iiln.llc sponge (audepnsequeully
was  lusuiy  in  his bibiilnis con-
diii..i.),il was extremely Uatt*<
to everybody pIip.     The Hkviiu
i opes il a' the '■ It ''if thlf article
»iil be p/oinu'ly thowa the door
SUTH
NNON and
I
We hav« Qve;«ything n%.out
Sto^e   that   you   Require..
n
■"
-.. *v
.H.'
Ths Year' 1905 :
'NELSON',
11 a in.  Riie.iii
B. C.
■■'.
! MADDEN --HOUSE %G$ff!
	
l>. ymi i|W-<l ii iMiiitiiiti.til. Icmp? ir». try'
J Hie Mi.,I,l»l. 11 ,.».«. Will- fii.riilpli.-.|. riAuim
'■f M«ru»-il 'i.y. •Ir.irlrliy,' ftiabolaM board.   In
' l1irli.tryou will Hndall tie i*-.i dom«n\ieaad.
. intpnrtnl ll^iiomiait.'ic»ni.(      _. Ii   ?
t'.i    k   Thom33 Madden. Prop-
E. Ferguson 8cCo.
WTmleaaT?'diuleri ni   Wines, l.ifpinrs
and fi^ars.   Ajjeiitu for Pabst l.cer.
NELSON^ B. C.
/
•>•:.
il, B. HtDEffllD."
era. O.I .A.
Finds u'q,at. the Old Stand
striving to please you Alt
with QUALITY and PRICE
n
FERGUSON - - B.C,
Hi
tii   U\    i'iuu!>i!n:iU|
I ••. chahtbrbo accouniant
'rtegiilaV'god   Sficeiul   imiila.    l;»-i'.-r-
•iiee ■   Canadian itank ofComnartaii
NELSON,  n.C
Public School,   '. I '-|   in', and
ml er Institutions. Excelh nt
VYuterwnil>t ajstem, Streets,
Storva and Besidences illu-
united by Eleotrioity. Daily
mail (.. rvice. 'lhe lonn«ite
ia ndiairably laid out del in
NOW on ii,. ({round floor4.
Lute can  now   bo   purehai-.-d
I-KMT
c
       $75
H TOWNSITR AOENT H
I HENRY FLOYD 1
RBVei_STOKB, Ii. C.
I^__i0aa^fl*i^
Q
R03SLAND DIRECTORY
Lion Brewing Co.
LIMITED
Brewers of Deer &. Porter.
KEPT AT A 1,1. IIOTKI.3.
ROSSLAND    -   -   B, C
I
X* ,i -i_«»**f _>»'V_- _l rt _ ■ _ O •_-.
XLbc Ifootcl JBeaton
: BEA I'ON. B c.
_ v?-j
••*
V
'I8ITQR8 »rrlvln| at Beaton (the threshold ol the-Tardsan)
via trrewhesdi will Qnd thin Hotel to bs fully equipped
fur (lijli-rlana lia.le Ki.elleiit aneomtuodntion. A well
apB&Tntod and specieosdlnins hall. The best ol Wines,Ppiilts
amVCiiiara. rersmial sunervlsl in i« given to the requirement.. <>l
patronH. \'i«itora to the Lsrdeaa can r.-lv on comfort at this hotel.
I
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop,
.■ c» rs -jt>-_b-«_. <o: s >-«» r --
C,    -        -'   '*
^j «-..<«--1 ■1'..*"VJ
M
*>■
.
ERGUSON HOTEL
The noted home for travellers visiting j
I"ergii>iin, T*.<!!.
■II a>t■ n-U.-iJ I'.ar of the choicest Ltqours, Wines, ate.
Pr.jpriotora.   <|
A w
MoDonnsll &  Blaok
Berliner Graiw-phona
NQTICE  TO CO-OWNERS.
To /.. Gordon Goldberg and to I.. Goldberg or i" any person or persoiiH to
whom they may have transferred
their intofeats,
Take Notice, I tho underalgnad*oo-
owner with von in the Little Robert .'in.1
Little Kob 11 No. 2.mincal rhums snouted at the extreme head of lhe nortl
f,,ik of Lardeau creek in the Trout l.aki
mining lit ion of*Ves1 Kootenay district ai   i   pr..\ ii,. " ""I  r.riliFh Ciliniiliiu
hatva done the required work on the
above-mentioned mineral elaima for the
hold Ihesame m -
;,  .. _ i   i lie  luiiietal act. and i'
within BO daya of this notice yon fad or
refuae  to con I        •• your   portion of
-:i I, expeiiditun for work done, logeth
ei with the cost of this advertisement,
nten - in the said mineral elaima
will become the property ol the subscribed under aecllon 4 of the Mineral
\ct Amendment tot of i»ou. Pate.t at
1 rout Luke this 7th <lav o( (letolier, '04.
J. C. KIRKI'ATRICK,
i., : i i Co-owner,
Htokn iiffli Disi,
Notice is hereby Riven, in accordance
with th- slatulea, thai Provincial Itev-
eiiue Taa imU ail assestod taxes and in-
i. mo tax. assessed and levied under 'he
Assessment Act, 1908." for the Revelstoke Arsessitu nl District, are due
and payable for tl..- vear 1906, atmj
otllce, iirbate at the Court Honsfe, Rev*
elatoke. This notice, In terms of law,
ia equivalent to a personal demand bv
ine upon all permits liable for taxe*
D    d at  Revi letoke,  B, C , this 3rd
lay oi .1.. ma \   1' O-'i.
1 , Kli I I'ASER.
As-. - ■   ■  •      r, Ravi Is-tuke
Assessment District
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS,
NOTICE.
Hroken |Iill mineral claim, iiuali in
Trout Lake Mining Division of Went
Kootenay district.
Where located t—On Rapid Creak, ad-
lining the Coronation.
Take Notice that 1, 0. Ii. N. Wilkia,
Acting aa avt.nt for Cuilur T. Porter,
free miner's certificate No. UB8I31, Intend, sixty days from the ilate hereof,
to apply to tha Mining Recorder for a
Oiliiiiate of Improvements, for the
purpose <•' obtaining a Crown Grant of
i he above claim.
.Vnil further take notice that action.
under section 37, mui-t be commenced
before the issuance ol Biich.-Orlilii'ate
ol lii.proveii.eiiti..
I»ate.| thin LMilnlav/,( Xovemlier, A.D,
1904. O. U. N. WILKIE.
25-11 oi
All kinds of Nev^ Records.
if'1- iole Agent for the Lardea-t:
J. C. Murray
Trout Lake '!,,.„-,
TUSCAN     LODGE    V.   J)
JR. P.  r\ A. If!    ■
8rd    Thursday     each     mo&tl
Visitors Welcome
GeoForddred, Fee, (i. N. Taylor, W.M
It  pflfl   I ■  'ii.'  tl i<   T"'e..l".r...     A
lenzthv trip can Often ho Salted.  Office*
I at   Keri/iiHon : Cummins'  Store ;  Trout
' Lake, Punt Office ; al«o at Beaton, Com-
aplix nnd Arro,wJiead.
j KEVKLcTOKE ASSESSMENT HIST.
Taie NotkaUhat I.ahill hfl.l a Court
of Rorision and Appeal, uuilar the Ao-
icciincnt Act, 190X, for the Revel«toke
Aaaelsment District, on Monday the
twenty eighth dav of November, 1904,
at tha hour of elvren o'clock in the
forenoon, at the court home, Revelstoke.
Maieil at ReretMokS, thii lit day of
November, 1.104.
CHA8. M  FIELD,
Ju.'.ge of the Court  of  Kjvition
ami Appeal, Revelstoke \ili«ii-
men! Distrietof Wen Kootenay.
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
H
IS
iiMHKit uesMeat
NOTICE ia hereby given that 30 days
alter date I intend to apply to the Chief
C ni-.ii oner of Laml* and Woika for
a special licenaeto cut and carry away
limber from the following described
lauds ii, West Keotrnay,commencing at
a post on Uio east nide of I_rdo Rivr
about h n.ila below Trout take, marked
E, I. Kinman, n.s., corner post ; thence
BO chains kasI : thence CO chains south ;
i hi not SO chains eai-t; thence 80 chains
north to |Kiiul of commencement.
Dated this i.'lth day of iiecemU-r, a.h.
1904. K. L. KINMAN.
»',-i-<r.
NOTICE.
The ordinary annual general meeting
ol the 11|.| i Iold Quarta and Placer Min
ing Company, Ltd. Liab., will be held
»■  • -I   ihe    Company.  Trm:i
1 aki-. It C . --I   I 'i.lav,  ".r.l day ..f Feb-
i nury . ■ lock, p.m.,  for the
purt ose . i ■ d ret I ira •■■. tha . i.-
.i ..I ji i |uoli other business ai
n.ay proper)v come.before the pi ■
Bo iks w ill be i losed fortransters from
■     until afti r the meeting
i   I    CHESTNUT,
al .'t   -it Lake, P.. ('.,  5th .lan-
naiy, Un_.
NOTICE.
i   ■■   rdii   ■ ■ • imial general a acting
-    I Mn i, „■ l', n.i a'liv
1 id. ; ■ Id  at the office ol
■  . "ini any,   I ront   lake.   It.C . ""
I ii lay, Febnian 3rd   I Op.m.,
.1 ei *ting directors for
taing   year   :n.,l inn-h olht-i ' tntsl
'. |.i iiy brought ':•• f ■!>
t. . mei ;,ug.
Bo -swill be 11 ted fortranstei
. -'I . I ■    , intil afier lhe mauling,
.1   M. Ml I.I Kit,
Secy. '1:,'.i iirei
i'.,t   '. al 1 •■■      ' ike, B.C., 5tb daj ul
January, 19  i
Mggjgajga
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Grand Hotel
1        . .       ■ r-
FlftST-CLASS BAH,'
A. HO. 1  ROOMS.
Balmoral Hotel.
»5
:
Vi^itor< lo  Ferguson  may  relyiopon the very bestpf
aeeorauiodation at tl.i-' well-known hotel    Rooms are
well furuialicd thioughout     Tlie Bar Is stocked with
a cnSti s .i^» irtu enl ol palatable quenchers.
:
Under the Management of S. Sliuger
T
HE QUEEN'S HOTEL
:\
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
.' avicrtTTtiiMe  j»Kvr  a-*j   PlBsr-OtiAM  I*  all kksi
Fire  Proof Safe
Tb'«hsuss It •l»ok»4 with in-; :  .*a wi-,-- aa< 'ini ■   lbt:»vrlt«t
Trout    Lake,
Royal   Hotel !The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Farcy Bar,
Musical KntertalnsBctit
Bulletin   Board^AVorld'a
.Mln'ng Ne>wa.    «J
____i
The BEST Always! E L. MORAND,"- PROP.
Ji I'aJe Ua tarn* aUs*»tuii»t.
IN FIXRSIIfHiP!
MININil SH0R3 !
shoe packs:
RUBBERS Asp
OVERSHOES :
GET.MAN  SOCftSl .
I»wli»l you wilt i;et 1/ yeu fln ,-..iir I 'vlng .  .
wilh !• .   Ho dou't loigtt. n iu n wanting ai   -
tblt.t; ni tl.e »i..i "I loi.twiiir lo rull on u», or
^rnj i, .In,-.
Dominion Hotel
Review.
»»
Smokers' supplies in
greats variety.
________HUlMjt KNT lO.OWM.il>.
To l'inur Kwa :m.lJ. w. smith or to
whomsoever    thi-/   they   may   have
I   their   interest    in  the
' " ninr-al rlaim.siliiaieil
•   • u • tide of Poplai ore ik
.ii,.I ii half miles from
tl .. 'i anitli of the creek, in the Proul
fittfs  ,,r'i'r.-   l>i\..-ion of W.-t-t Ko.t-
•)'•
'i ■ Rl 1  thai I. Arthur
ti, Johns! in,  ." i uiiei »itii  \,iii in the
" Ma pit   Laai"   idiiieral claim   above
have   perfortntd labor and
made exi emhiiire on the said claim to
the    ,iu i ol il"1! 00, "under the pr.^-
viskhih at section L'4 "i the Mineral Act.
in  order  to  bold   snid  claim,  anil ihe
yeiir for which said InUir was |.etf"rii etl
and expenditure made having expired,
an   y give you notice to contribute
your propo tion <>f such expenditnre,
i   ' further notified that if at
i .".i 'im* ol publication
• yon fail or rattise-to contribute
your  |ir.| ..iii.n <>i the expemliture so
ninl.    to_.il    r   n  lli  all COSta of iiilier-
tir-1us-, join       ■  • - • in tha raid claim
hi,:.II becomi   n   ■ I iu nw niioer nt»l
I. virtue ol provisions ol Section i oi
lhe Hiuernl Acl     n le I Acl 1900
1... .1 mi I'oplai ' H.ik,ai , I ei  31/04
\i: nn i-    . JOHNSTON, Co owner
IM-llMX..
500 Cords
Slobwood
FOR SALE...
! fioiiL m
■
First-Class in every respect.
Tl • TYavettinS; pnhlic carefully
taken care of.
a
l!i
IS QrJon g.igar Factory
■Maniifa;tir«>B only I'nion irooda, and besides
thoy spo the  b»sl on   ' > iiifi'-kot.    They are
-of tiie   Lest  I avail '  '       '   -n I their
eTC->*llence  i* undisi uted.     Insist on   »tHn»
"UIK SPECIAL•' and  "THE   UN ">v -
 — ■■ ■
H. "ft. BrOWn,   Proprietor.
foi'.u Cit»r Kaotorj, HEVj-t.-ST >KE, b.c
••v ..o.ii   Maaaaawas
Nelson, !:. C.
R.    ANDREW    _
Mail ordntr wuefully jmd
aftr-hde 1 to.
Ileton Shoes
Hiailj & Mm ■ Props.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
CO.
pr "■!'.•
Agent for Slater and .Ne.-
TIME   TABLE
NOTICE.
I I . , : -1 Hon at.dilapiy >Jp. 2 mineral
- eiaiins situate in the Trout lake Mill-
ivlai a of Wei-t Kootenay district
i    Where lova'.eJ :—Near the mouth of
S.S. ARCMt"l> or ii.5. LARDEAU.
Running betwoeo Arrowhead, Ilea-' ' V:''oh rr,'ek ',,n nJ« K. * A. Ry
ton aod Umui lix, commcnclos Oelo take ooUce that I, Alfred r. Cnrle,
ber 14th, 1905, will sad aa foffiiwa.^-.tioe safcgant tor W. N. Brafton, free
weathor.perniiitina. " r.scc ll/cate >o.  It  ,.,8*A>, iutan^
I_srinf Arrowhead for Beaton and .t.xtyd»>» aftar daujrei'ea/. to-apply to
Comaplis, t« ie. J i   y    lOkaodSk.     '! the Mining Recorder lor CertiBcatea of
cb
UJH .     ^   ______
The bmplrc Lumber Co., Limited
AI.KRFD J. Cl'W-K-
isl 'fi   ■
Excellent  Accommodation
Best finest Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   8
John §impse_v      Proprietor.
Subscribe for the Seview
r •
»•*•
•   •
Apply:
This is a Snap.
isslest town in
s in the
lenay.
Imi   S.u.k:    I^>ti»   86    and   36
,1,.,-k 17. Tn.ut  Lake.     Apply to
Mrs. J. 11- German, W)*> University
8t Seattle, Wash.
TROUT   LAKH.   l.ODHK    I.O.O.F.
K(l. 41
V-J__   m      ,(' -'<'■'■<■ n.'.iiiic-1'..! m
'Zi  i%___# 0'1,II.|!"«'»     M..II     •»•!.»
**>C^*rjWbsl      rneadaj night al I
"?*3__£'«y  o'clock    visiting liroth-
^S«s
i. ii. »a 'it. H.Q. rrixi Maasmsnr, it a K.Hec,
Its ADVANTAGE.
J".
NELSON   DIRECTORY.
NOTICE TO ( 0<iWM-:H.
•I. Jol n \   Mara.'a    J.
rtewn hi i.nl Win. 8.
HI  V  I'.'l-  II I  •    I I  I -"'
mav hnve trim*[i ii' 1
Tiiko  Ki tie.*   I  the
Toley. lie..   T.
New man or to
to whom they
ilirir Interests:
undersigned co-
iihih'i wilh yon in (lie   Uold I'.iii; iniiu-
ral claim situated on the south fork ol
I .ml..   .1. "!.    i.'i.i    !-' ire    Mile    in  the
I tout i •■ udidiuj il, > iaion of West
Kootenay rlistrlrl and Provlnes of Urtl
n-li Columbia have done the required
work mi the ahavf-tnintJoued inlneral
clniiu" for the y.-iir '04 in order to hold
tho same under seetlon '.'I of the itinera! in t and if within t111 days ..( thii.
notice you fnii or rrfn»e to contribute
\oiii port Ion of such oxnejillttirotogeth'
er with thi .    i   .f this advertisement
i to rest in the said mineral claims
;.        roperty of the under-
..■'.: ui tion  l of  the mineral
'   .   ■■    ii . nt in • .,( '00.   listed nt
; il«y ,'t November,
II ■ Ja».  \\ . 1.1'. iN..-ii.-.
Co-Owner,
WATCHES.
We are watidi people firs* of all.
We liniko watehea our great specially. We «re In'fact universal
watch provIdea. We boast of the
must compronenslfs stock sud
promptest service. Our patron.
hK proves i>ur prc-eminetice iu
the retail watch trado. Ouca a
jnilinn. Hlways a patren.
HnviiiB watches Irl the quantity
Unit we do, we are enabled to secure discount! impossible to the
smaller dealer, and 'we turn them
over to yon st a correeposdiof
redaction in price. Write us for
prices.
Ewert Bros.
Nelson, Roaaland, Trail.
Jewelers and Engrave
Daily Mail, ssrvice, BanKlh^Eacilities, Head of Navigation, C4*e44i-of.3!s"Ind stores, Sxgress and Money Order
Offie'j, jgoyei;nment.offices, Fine'schools and churches.
Water-works^ s.ystem now Bein^ Installed.
ITS RESOURCES^ ^'CTi 1
Magmiicei\t Iimbe?,^mahy Valual^te Ranches, The Richest Cold and Silver Zcftfe in iS«i^rdvince.
s '       ' ..
ITS INDUSTRIES
'Saw-mill, capacity, 60,000 feet per day,   shingle and lath mills.   All
lhe Mines pay us Tribute.
F. B. Weils,
H. McPherson,
r^-AK P^vr-««#oke.
Agt., Trout Lake -jrn
•.».»'«*•«*
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Job Printing of every description will be faithfully executed at thcj^iewjob
Drug
Carnival-Was Big LAKEVIEW HOTEL
Success.
TROUT LAKE. B. C.
The Carnival ht-ld a' the Skating
Mink on Tuesday last must go
down to history as one of Trout
Lake's most brilliant functions.
A thaw hivil set in during the day,
but the joe in the rink was not
(materially affected, and a big
crowd assembled to participate in
the brilliant scene,
Huts off to the promoter! So
pay all of the bright throng who
glided over the smooth itie while
enchanting musia supplied by the
local orohestrn fell on the ear. And
what an air of mystery pervaded
the hall I Graceful courtiers pirouetted with meek and lowly nuns,
while a warlike Sioux peacefully
gyrated with n gentle shepherdess.
There were to bo seen a galaxy of
clowns, pierrots and punchinellos.
ladies in garb of cavaliers, gentle-
men attired as Bohemian girls, and
children Hitting hither and thither
us elfs, cupida and will-o'-wlsps.
There were a good tnuatur of sight-
re. rs, and it wa* generally conceded that the judges had a very
hard task to award the prizes.
However, Mrs. A. JJ. Jov/ett nnd
Ed. Ward were singularly successful in this, and in making tlivjr
awards hit the popular fancy. The
first prize in the ladies' series was
raptured by Miss EHie Batlio, who
looked charming as a Spanish
dancer, Tim second prize for the
funniest costume waa won by Mrs.
Gal. Garrison, whose make-up and
. rotesque capers as a nogro washerwoman wore exceedingly smart,
liert Fowler as an Indian chief
was h fine creation, and the first
prize was well merited The prize
for ihe funniest costume was won
by tlie Wild Man from Borneo, an
portrayed by Johnny Kennedy, a
most original and ludicrous impersonation.
A word of praiso mast Ix1 bestowed to tbe band for the part they
contributed to the evening's enjoyment Ere departing, one and all
Voted the carnival a huge success.
An Opportunity.
The developments <>n the Trout
bake slope of si Ivor Cup mountain during the past season warrants us in saying that the time i«
not far distant wWn there will be
H reduction plant mr smelter works
established on the .Korea of Trout
Lake. The bonding of the No. 8
and the J. XL, which are both
tantamount to sales to Eastern
parties, tho amount of ore on the
Cromwell, Link*   Jim, Winslow,
the Mra Jowett properties, and
numerous others, ought to be inducement enough in itself to capital to take initiatory steps towards
the handling of the ores. In fact,
tl.er. ought to be enough k*ed
money to establish B plant of sufficient sift U-haudleu good tonnage,
"or days of SBSpSUSC are past,
and we now know that wc have
the ore to be markeUd. and the
only mattes •» hsnr»tode«l with
ts the im _ eciHiuimicul in which to
lio it. In times i,a*t fcneigg capital   I.a-  stepped  U. and taken the
,i. un of the lata vt years of the
I ioneor, uml »v -*. „. rca*m why
i.ow that the rWS0SJSrOS«of thi-di-
irict are fully p*;«wtn, hocst capital
ihould not l»'uc(i.t by tfc*ix wan ex-
peri. BOO,
Let us etSM iiyiiifisjsj «o others
lor our neejssitios, B>_ g_ iu and
drill.
BAR WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Liquors and Cigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
First Class Board,
Madden & Levesque
Props
ALEX.   CRAWFOPO)
UKOAL.
FRED C ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER. NOTART
PUBLIC, ETO.,
Trout Lake. B, C,     aud Ferguson
City
Store
TUB   PIONKEB
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack and Cartage Uorsca Always for Hira
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
.♦♦♦.♦»♦
Daily Stags leaves   Beaton at 12 o'clock for Trout Lake Ferguson and Casabora*
Leavet Furnnaon, via Trout Lake (or ltraton at 7 a.m.
Branch 8tables at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Caauborne.
u*o.«.»ii)C»ri#r. 4- A. Harvsj
A. H. PluShaai.
HARVET IcftiRTER I PlnlHHll
RARRISTKKS.
80UCITORS, Etc.
WtSCVBCUSSTOKSE   SO. O.
iirnii.il, OtttoM al Golden. r»rnt» anFarl
lilw.l*. II. 0,
clturafor lu.|,or!»] Beak of Canada.
JOHN IlimiG SCOTT,
A.. L..L-.».
A ftill line  of Choice stationery
Just Received.
ALSO,
A SPECIALTY.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES, PROPRIETARY MEOICINc$(
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.   FRESCRIPTIOM  Wc«K.
STRICTLY   CASH.
WINDSOR HOTEL
,o.
TROUT LAKE,
Best HoteMn Town.
BeaSprters Bur" liiioi and Comrcial Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   riRJST CLASS
HAKRI8TKR8, SOLICITORS, ETC.
Reveleu.ke Station.
B.C.
IMPERIAL BANK   OF CANADA
Real Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorised, S4,UOO,000
Capital [paid up) - 3.000.000
Real   -       -      -    3,')00.000
Branches in the Northwoat Territories, Provinces ol British Colombia, Manitoba,
Ontario ami Quebec.
T. R. MERRITT, Proei.Unt. P. R. WILKIE, Viee-Pree. ami lien. Man.
E. HAY, Assistant Uen. Manager.      W. MOKPAT, Chief Inspector
B.   C. Hrwi.   a    Qeaeeel    lieafciai    Ivtaw   Ti_._ct*S.
Savings Dei»rtn»oiit—Depoaita received and intereat allowed.
Dran* KoM available Iu all part* <.f i »i.«.l».
rnllrdNuttaaiid Kunipe.
Special nttr.iiu.il.fi..ii to eolteelfcMu ana
Mil.ma 11..mis.
E. K. BOULTBEB.
rUeaj*,
B. J.
CUMMINS
l.enaral H»..r». r nil I.In*
< ■! i i.t.nf-rt **.-. '.. Tnilts
In Haaaiin. Hlf aMortmeol
ol Srookara' ■- n i>|,|lrs.
onoaoftbe Blff Hunt T»l*|>hona Co.
FERGUSON
D. R. McLENNAN,   PBOPRIETCR
Job Printing at Tb-
Nining Review.—
Thrre is u. „; «* e_j_ jroent in
I if-' iluiB to sit by y»ar hrreiili-
wi b a nice little *_», a pair of
lomfortaJWs ilip|.vrs on vo»r fiti, a
Royal Sittl nigir between your
ii).., .i:*i y«M .-tk-at child urmd-
■g t1..- latest muaie (POnaBsr*
||iii. r graoi onubon*
If you like t_> Review aad you
a-oulil do 'ia t tarn. g>*a»thf:
eatrio and a __s« ifc a hm„4 who j
in intereitedin Ibfassstj), ajid w.. i
fiij. 'i.iiil bin | namplc cttyy.,
Accountant,     ....       Anrtltor.
J.C. MURRAY,
TRODT LAKE, B. C.
Outaide companvi'  intereata carelully
looked alter.
Agent (or llrlulmmii's I*_ikm
V.M. West fa II & Co.
M ■■ i.r;x ltr..krr>.
Mining l*roi>*rtlr» Iteportrd On,
M tn, - ..ml PHnprCf. H""L-I"I »»rt SuM,
Mining I'roprrllrii tAtukri Attar lor Kon-Kwl-
.IrlilK 	
Jggjffig» Tr0Ut   L»ke'  B- ^
lialil or Silver II SO
Ooldan.1 Sllrer |. 00
Silver and Lead  1 50
Copper    100
Zinc I   50
5   SHANNON, ts&aycr,
FriRUt'SON R. C
a. B. Batho
AGENT FOR (JI4NT POWDKR
FU8E AND CAPS.
LESSEE e4 the ALEXANDRIA HALL
FERGUSON. B.C
Peat Office Block,
Main Street.
W.  Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townslte.
Get a Home
Yeursell.
Lennoxville
^at-Hotel,
E. MOBBS. PROP
Hotel and
General Store
OCRNARD
om
Hoi
Don't Pay
Rent
EASY TERMS.
SURVEYORS
$»■»-»** rfr rfr rf-r rfr t_rt» r_ rfr n*- iJr rtr. t4» T*r *tt itt _t tit iff »fi rfr ii» -.<f A-J^f
i
i
i
Packing and
Freighting
Ferguson   packing
and
Transfer   Outfit.
Coatracta eaterad into for paMtking ol Mining Uappiiee. ete.
to anr point in the district
Good, prompt service, and aa* work oudi.rtaken gnaranle^l
aatialactor*.
FERGUSON.        S. LVaney, Prop.
•s* ■&■ m >i* *> w& k*1** K* -v1 iv »5» k* w ;:> *v= ^ •:• <;* w •:•' '^ ^
a
S.
C
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I
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0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Lam! Surveyor,
Mineral Claiaee 5nrveyed
«r_ Crowai Oranta OMeiaeat
HhIUhw   s.ii llmiid oftlr..
i ...ui Uk*. II r.
t JSarber Shop
 Folt A	
(lood Shave or hair Cut
-- rM.i, on —
I
WiCIsm Schnell, a
ry in.i m.n ai rt Titci'i io.,'   m
Hot and Coid Baths        i
I
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER.
A. k HETLAND,
movi.fl 'A 1    I.A5II St'KVaT'.B
Mineral ('laitna Snrrejed
POPLAR, KASl.O.
W. H. Jones,
TVatch-rcpairins;,   etc.
(Juiiranti-wi.
Alt
I.OOf«
Printing.
1 <-af     Itinileri,    Fine   Ji.l.
NELSON, B. C.
Oddfellows Bloct, Tide! We, B.C.
NEW YORK LIFE A88URA.Ni E
COMPANY
F'iK litTa_nucrT a.tn Pbotkctioh.
THOS. TAYLOR, Agent.
KaVCI.STOKI       A5D        TiaH'T LAK. B.
A. W. EDGE
VALUE!    VALUE!
Value should be your guide when buying
Newest Goads.  :-: Best Values.
Can Always be found at
ERASER'S
Paiqtc^r
Decorator
TKOUT    LAKE
h.C
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH      PIUCES     PAID
F.N. Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland,     • R. C
Mvuikitr Rutland SO', k l\. _ll ,
If you have LardeaaStocka WHte ma

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