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Kimicii i;.  Best advertising    lll.'.lilllll.
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The representative
of the rich Lardeau
. country.     Sent to
J any address for $2
I per nn. in advance.
TROUT LAKE CITY,   B.C., OCT. 12, .905.
The Fair Good Returns
At Spokane.     From Smelter.
.1 W, WESTFALL is ON THK
GROl M> WITH THK L.AK*
READ EXHIBIT. WRITES
that (»ri:s is the UK8T
DLSI RICT EXHIBIT.
LACK  WARRIOR,   A OR -.89
Root   BHIPPER,   M'TS 99(1
PER TON FOR THE Ll CKY
LESS! ES
No. 4'J.
.1   W
>'i<;il|e
..nl\ lie-
. nil'.'. 11 ml    tli
lllll   .'f   |,e.'|,I'll.".'I.'   'lie   princip.i
- .-  1 (oplo were lined
li i-  reaching oul  on
the  sidewalks,    Tlie
The  liin.-ii   Warrior   shlpmi nl
returns cime  tn band this weak
re mn remarkably well, giving 'i| 50 ozs. ..f  silver. $1 in gold,
i« apparentlyIand  77.::   per   rem  lend. 0 total
1  was just around I va|U0)  jnciu_jng   bounty   <.f   t'M
per ton. >
The Bhipment amounted to
('.:,117 ll.s. 'The property is now
un l.-r lease lo 8. Shannon and ss-
sociates,  who are at  present run-
Wcstfall  writes  us from
"To-day  (9th) is   tbe
ilny «.' have  In 'I .- nee4!
city
.!-■
hotels, and
up to regis*
to nn.I dow 1.
exiil.it     nr.
Mining at
Beatrice.
FRANK FULLMER TALKS OF
PLAN   OF  DEVELOPMENT
ELEVEN   HUNDRED   FEET
OF TUNNELING.
Placer Co.
Resumes.
WORK ON LARDEAU OBEEK
AGAIN BEGUN. 600 FEET
MORE FLUME TO BE CONSTRUCTED.
lilil-lir ,|
1
nearly 1 laced, and will
Ii rrow   in..mine.     ,   nav(
in   fairly   good  shape, and
have the 1. Bl local ion in the build-
(or   ..re,    Ii   would   .!..   you
d to see I In- crowd at oui
on and  hoar  the   prai
-    ind   tin-   in!- 11 st tak.-n.
arc   tn..  !"H-.n -  foi   thii*.
Frank   Fullmer, of the Beatrice i
Mines, was iii town Monday. In
conversation with a Reviow man
he stated tlmt tlm company wiih
being financed by Messrs. 8. B.
Benson nnd E. Convert, of Port*
I1111.I. Ore.
During the fall and winter about
1,100  feet of  work   will   be done,
consisting   of   drifts   and   raises.
When  comp .ted  the three levels
ning in on the lead, und are under   "ill be connected, thus thoroughly
..:'!- . lie lit    to    lllll    200   feet.      The
indications nre, however, that the
nre body will be encountered before
they have driven half tbat distance
ventilating the mine and adding
largely to tbe facilities for development und extracting ore. Tbe
third   level   at   its  objective point
The great drawback to this will  have  a vertical depth of 42.
property  as   well   as others in the  feet.    There   is  about   i\i)  tons  of
■■_- u        fi-.  •mwrn      , .L   . •"•me vicinity is lack .,f transpor-1 *•>_•* grade ore now sacked.    It is
I irst, the exhibit  is genera], thu, I „. 1 ,„    -,-,„.  hoff( „e_ ., ._ ^^ 1 not U]e ^^ of ^ ^^
will be remedied soon by the build-j however, to ship any until the pro
0 wagon road  up the North
so   many different   properties
|ioi      -        I, I am
nt   !-■ explain  and converse
If the crowd is
I I hold them  just  af long as
T ■ .11 \   .,'   iliff. rr nt times
the   iii' I*-  I have  bud as
i: my     -   80   1 eople  < ngagi .1  al
ine,   i\lule   there  would not be
f.      ut   any  othei   exhibit.
I» ring the rushes  I   would rush
■ wd by.   It is easy « hen you
We b.i, ■ the 1 -
.  ■  i    d I      .- ound, ii' .1
!. .■• hi ird strangers Bay the same
'i'i.. r<- is a tii-<- lot  .'f ore
but It  -  -" i"'"i ly an
■iiii.  1 - -io in.1 get the
■  understand   tho  merit
l>erty is thoroughly developed
Fork to Circle city. The Surprise J w**en if conditions warrant some
group, the Old Gold, Primrose and J Byalem of cheap transportation
Guinea Gold would also be in posi-jwill he installed
tion  tn
built,
dp -Loulcl tho road   be
lucky Millie.
" It is better to be bom lucky
than li.h " is un old, but true saying. This was exemplified during
iy <Mt,. Billie who WSB
lhe lucky holder of u quarter interest in the capital prise of the
Swidi.li lottery. The pcjjtfl '■*
worth 100,000 crowns, and the
quarter interest will give Otto
-',-•   to $7,000.    A  brother was
Surveyor Wilkie bas been engaged to make a purvey of the
workings as well as the surface,
and it is thought that bv driving
1.500 on the third level, the Ferguson slope will be reached and
the ore brought direct to C.P.R.
landing at Trout Lake. However,
this is only a matter of conjecture
until tin* survey lines are run. In
the meantime two baby trams,
1,500an. fc,000 feet, will be put at
the present workings.
.1. Wagner and T. Lovall, of tbe
Spokane Falls Placer Mining Co.,
of Spokane, Washington, came up
on Mon.lay's boat. It is tlie Intention of the company to at once
resume operations on their placer
lease on Lardeau creek. 600 feet
more flume will be built, for which
an order for 35,000 feet of lumber
baa been placed with the local
mill.
The company  is  in good shape
financially,   and  will   push   the
work as rapidly as possible.    Plac-
ering in the creek has been carried
on spasmodically for  a number 0
years by local men with moderately
good results.     The work, however,
was done  without  any systematic
methods being adopted.    The company now holding the lease intend
to drain the bed   of  the river and
go at the proposition in a business
like way, and judging from the results  of  the  crude  work done in
the  past, their efforts should be
productive.
Right Spot
Is Here.
NEL80N TRIBUNE ARTICLE
ON SAWMILL CAUSES OS
TO PUBLISH OUE VIEWS
OF THK SITUATION.'
r values of  Ibe dis; mi cxhil ^_m_m_m^_m^_m^_mmmmmmmmmmmm9mammmmmm^_m-m-mm
, , ilso   tie-   lucky   winner of   1..0O0-    .lack
I cai .ot civc vou nnv idea .■;
it,     l car ..it give you nny 1
.1-   1   have nol had
tin,.-   to   )<.-,!;   niiiiiiitl   to-day.      I
stand the farmers are taking
more than usual interest, if - thi
fair «iii  be  n grand bu ss with
il.le weather."
After Ore nnd Producers
Bruce White came up from Nel*
-"i nn Monday. He reports the
■ i i! ..n the Pilot Pay smelter has
I.''.ii completed, and the Canadian
Metal Co. now bus 1,---. ssioo and
w ill com mi nee ..p. rations al an
. irlv 1 date a• possible Th 1 om
1. nj an . however, buyini ore,
and while b-re Mr White examined u couple ot good properties
"ii their behalf. Nothing of a definite nature was done, but we
trust to be ah'.- to 1 broniclo the
. oniplption of a deal on one ..f
il.. m in n -li.'it lime.
crowns,   We congratulate the boys
on their luck.
Mrs.   .1.   D.   Kennedy  came
fn.n; Revelstoke Monday.
Stauber is out on a hunt
after cariboo. On his return there
will   be   an   assemblage  of    old
; timers at bis palatial cabin to help
j,,   him dispose of it.
Ed, V ipond is packing op
from the Coppi 1 t'bicf.
don 11
Mis. A. o. Fraser, who for some
weeks Im- been severely ill, has,
we nre pleased to Bay, entirely r. -
covi red. Her many friends are
congratulating her and .Mr. Fraser
on ber recovery.
The Lnr.b'.iu Brewery is fast
Jink Scott, one of our old-time I gaining a reputation for its beer
boys left ..11 We.I11.1-.lay morning an.l porter. 'Their goods are made
for Midway, .lack goes to take on the latest scientific methods bv
charge of one of the -tores being men who thoroughly understand
established   by   J.  A. Griffith  al   their  business.     Special attention
is given to sanitary conditions,
and it is only a matter of time
until the whole district will be
using thoir product.
Oswald Woods and Chas. Dul-
mage returned Monday from the
Westminster fair. The boys report   a   good   time   with  lots   of
Midway. We are all sorry to sec
.lack t;.. away, but trust his new
field will prove productive and
that he will strike a paystreak
lour fc t wide.
Mir-s Alma Thomas and Mrs.
Alec. Cummins returned during
the week from the New Westinin-
itei fair. They report
but say there is no
home, especially when home is in
lhe Lardeau.
good time  moisture.
place  like;
Word    received   during the week
informs us that Waller V llkie bus
passed bio examinations successfully for Provincial Land Surveyor,
Kev   D. W. Scott   will  preach at
Camborne on Sunday morning at
11 am.
ll's.'S.- in.'lit
Service at the Mothqdist churoh
next   Sun.lay   both   morning  and
evening at the usual hour.    Mom*
I ing   service    conducted    by   Mr.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Mover;   evening   service .by the
11. Jacobson is doing
on the Yum bill.
church gave a very enjoyable
Bocial entertainment at the residence df .1.  T.  Lauthers ou Wed*
in*.lay night. A goodly number
were present and a pleasant evening -pent,
Ed. Masterson, of Poplar, was a
visitor for a few days this week.
Arrangements have been made
whereby tho old-.tlme popular merchant will take charge of tho business uf his old-time partner, .1. A.
Griffith.
pastor, Btibjecl
Man."
The search fur a
,). 0 MoKinnon and family left
on Monday morning for a trip to
die Spokane fair.
John Johnson, is visiting his
family thi--1 week. He returns to
Ibe   Rambler Cariboo   to   resume
bir. Bngineenng
duties.
1.-,, ,1 Elliott left on Wednesday
for a business trip to Nelson.
I). K. McLennan and family returned from New Westminster fair
W. dues.lay..Dan reports having a
good time with old   friends on   the
coast.
Newman Taylor is leaving for
Midway to take charge of one of
J. A. Griffith's stores along the line
of the G. N*. H. construction We
wish him all kinds of success.
Mr. Craig, of the sawmill, who
had his eye injured last week, has
partially recovered and able to
attend to his duties.
Al. Ilousten returned Wednes*
day from the coast. ,
Jim Scott left this morning for
Vernon, where he will put in the
winter.
Fleisohmann, the jewe'er pedlar,
is in town.
We   have a  few  pairs of snow-
shoes for  sale  at your own prices
to clear,    li you want them get|
after thcni i|iiick.    Review store.
Accident to Jack Chism.
A serious accident befell Jack
Chir-ni on Wednesday. He was
working iu the tunnel at the Hecla,
und whilst engaged in lilting the
fuse into a dynamite cap the latter
somehow exploded, and blew the
index finger off his left h nd and
caused ..ther injuries, lie was im
mediatly taken to Gerard, but the
train having just pulled out, a
band-car was requisitioned, and be
war. taken to the Kaslo hospital.
the boat waiting at Lardo two
hours for him. Everybody is exceedingly sorry to hear of this inis-
eortune to .lack, as he is a very popular fellow. Some of his friends
are promoting a smoking concert
for bis benefit to be held in the
near future, so that his lay-off will
not so seriously financially em-
harass him.
At Beaton and Hillman's logging camp 22 men are now employed, and more are to be put to
Work. Hilly Adams took down a
heavy load of spuds, etc., Mon.lav.
A pack train heavily laden left
for the Black Warrior claim last
Tuesday.
At the long tunnel of the Reward
Co. operations are being pushed.
A little better than 6 feet a day
is being driven.
To Some of our
Subscribers.
We nre this week nutting
through onr bank for col*
lectiim Ms'lit drafts for unpaid subscriptions, a- we
have sai.l before. WS lind
tills nimnier ol collection is
preferred by our pattous,
It saves t belli buy ing post*
ollife or cJ. |>rrs« orders,
writing letters, etc,
We   nre   trying   to   give
authentic news of tin. district, nml it c.idih money t..
run ..ur business. Don'l
overlook the fact thai |2.00
looks small, but when we
have one or two Immltvd ol
them tliey collectively amount to quite a sum tn us.
Tlinnking vou in anticipation for honoring our
draft, wc are,
You!I respectfully,
In the Nelson Tribune of the
7th inst. appears an article, presumably from a resident of Trout
Lake, regarding the operation of
the saw-mill It ig a good article,
and with thc exception of one or
two clauses, has our hearty
approval.
The remark, however, that the
mill should have been built at
Gerard instead of Trout Lake we
think decidedlv wrong.
Prior to the building of the mill
Messrs. Barton (who we believe is
"| now practically the owner) Ward
' and Cowan, of the Canadian Timber and Sawmills, Ltd., along with
their general nianag. r. J. 15. Henderson, thoroughly investigated
the proposition, and by special
boat visited Gerard and spent the
best part of the day looking over
its advantages. Tb< -.• gentlemen
unanimously decided that Trout
Lake was the logical place for the
mill and forthwith built it there,
and we can see no change in the
situation to-day.
Theie are many advantages to
be gained by ojierating the mill at
this point over Gerard.
1st. There is a good profit t,.
be gained bv th* operation of an
electric light plant here, a profit
which will increase as the town
grows.
2nd. The refuse, such as Flabs.
could, if handled right, be turned
into money, which would add materially to the dividends of the
future.
3rd. Log booms at thc head of
the lake are absolutely safe, whereas at Gerard there would always
be the danger of breaking loose
and taking the river route for
Kootenay Lake.
4th. For the successful 0; era-
tion of any manufacturing concern
it must have for its employes good
Bteaiy men. To secure these there
must be church, school, and social
advantages. At Trout Luke these
are to be had, at Gerard they arc
not.
5th. The largest and best pari
of the timber limits are situated
around the head of the lake in
close proximity to the present mill.
It is claimed that the lumber
can Ik* more cheaply handled at
Gerard. We think this idea erroneous. If the mill is at Gerard
then the company will be compelled to put a tug on the lake to
handle the logs. Tbe company
have already a car barge built,
and we claim it would be much
cheaper to handle the finished
product to Gerard than it would be
to bundle tbe raw material.
Again, it is said that at Gerard
lumber could be loaded direct into
the cars. The same thing could be
done at Trout Lake at thc small
cost of putting a slip in at this
end. If empty cars could be had
at Gerard they could be had us
easily at Trout Lake.
Again, the amount invested in
the concern would be largely increased bv the moving of the present plant. Dividends on the coin
pany's stock are regulated entirely
by the amount invested. The
earning power of the mill ii limited, but the cost of construction
and expenses connected therewith
nre only limited by the deepness
of the investor's pocket, and the
issuance of debenture bonds. If
these   bonds   eat   up  the   profits.,
J. A. Griffith
Says Farewell
GOES To MIDWAY TO OPEN
TWO STORES. GENERAL
REGRET AT HIS DEPARTURE. BURPRISE PARTY
LAST NIGHT.
Continued on pays '-'
A large number of citizens gathered last night to bid adieu t<> Mr.
and Mrs  .1. A.  Griffith,  who  left
this morning f.,r Midway,  B. C.
Mr.   (irillith   has been in business
here  for  a   number of  years, and
has always   been   to   lhe  front in
any plan which would  further the
interests  of   the   town.     Townspeople in   general are «orry lo see
him   and  his  family   leave   and
wish him all  kinds of prosperity
in his new field of operation.
In an interview with the Review
Mr. Griffith said: "You can tell
tl e good people of our city that I
am going to Midway, and that Mr.
E. L. Masterson, of Poplar, will
from now on manage the busixh -
of Masterson. (irillith & Co.
"I wish to thank our many
friends for kind favors in the past,
and I can assure you I have never
been in a city or among a lot of
people iu my past experience in
business who tried as hard to do
right and uphold the merchants as
our many patrons have do ie in
this city. I am free to ,-av that
the people here have always extended a willing hand to assist us
in any way within reason, an.l this
we most highly appreciate.
'■ While I may Bay in every case
in the store business we find it impossible to please every one—man
does not live that can do it —however, we have had our ups and
downs, but we are glad to say in
most ev.-ry case our different*.
have be u adjusted and made
right, and today I feel sure this
firm has the good-will of everyone,
and I am also sure the public will
find Mr. Masterson every ready to
attend to their wants, pleasing in
his -manner and honest in his
dealings.
" On account of business being
quiet at Poplar and Trout Lake
Mr. Masterson and myself decided
one could run the two places ami
the other one could look for a new
field'to operate in, and the latter
undertaking fell on myself. After
a little running around the country I decided to locate on the
G.X.R., which is building put of
Midway to the coast, and have now
purchased goods enough to open
up two stoics in that location. One
of these will be looked after by Mr.
Jno. Scott, und the other by Mr.
Newman Taylor, both of this town.
" It in my opinion that this district bus in her bounds u large
quantity of the finest ore in I>. ('.
The fact that there are a great
number.of properties that contain
thisjiigh-gradc ore which nre just
coming to the front, and that this
district is so enormously large nnd
rich proves that it has a great
future, and that the tinio is not fur
away when wc will see Trout Lake
a nourishing town with good pay-
rolls
"Tho first thing to take into consideration is that properties hero
are practically undeveloped, or, in
other words the owncc. only know
th.v hove large rich deposits of
ore   shown   Up.       So  far  as thev
have  developed   their  properties
this, of course, is a phasing feature, and proves without a doubt
that the Trout Lake district will
be one of the best in li. ('.
W. Burrell has moved to Ferguson and taken up b's residence
over W. Schiicll's barbt c sh ip, 1
s
.Wi i " ' ■
/THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
1*. Printed nt Iron) l.i,kii'lt>. aim Pnblhiheil
i.t l-'iii'Ku-t.iii ami '1'iinii l.nke i-vt-rv Thursday
Tin' K lll..»r door, not in.1.1 lilinsi-ll ronpon*
■ ilite I'tir Hie ipltllotul nf ci»|-ri'H|..r.liWiilN ex-
liri'SNi'll III  Its.   .-oluinii-.
All IiichIk will In-  I'llill'utll  111    llll'I ale nl l.'i
cents per Hue, in-i liiMi-rlii..., mul ll. t-t-ins in-,
.jlnooaoti -.1..,-.,-,!,i, iii iiiNei'iion.
I
T'T'linf... Tm.l-l.-lll nil.I  oil pr irlv*rl"ll»llld
win I.. i ie known on i.ppliot.lluii ut ..ill.-.
^.itiMi-rli.tl.... fil.im n v.-nr. In ...tvi.tii-i-.
WE   WANT NONE  OF   HIM,
The rumored appointment of the
Hon. G. W. Ross, of Ontario, to
the governorship of British Columbia is an outrage on the people of
lhe province. We have known
men who were licensed of crooked-
I10BS ill politics being returned to
power by the votes of tbe people,
in which case the people themselves bud to stand the consequence, but to take a man who
was turned down bv the people of
one | rovince because of the rotten*
liess of his polities, and make i.im
lhe representative of lhe Crown in
another province is an net of Premier Lniiiici's wc I'liniiot pom prebend Have we not a tnnn in the
province capable of filling the
gubernatorial chair ? of course
he must be u liberal, but linn not
the party of lil.-ikc Mackenzie
liiowii-Mowntl a man in li.C. who
is more than etpial to a discredited
politician from Ontario? If not,
ttieii let us'send to the home gov*
eminent for a man who, ai.
though he may be a stranger, will
he clean.
•
Mater    ®
Supply (So. •
%tb.
Ry us'iig Water supplied 4>y this
Company y u are assured of absolute purity. Government Analysis
to buck up statements. :  : : : :  i :
HujIj P,_cPhc_ son - - Supt,
(tmxJSitiWltimfilisfit
1
ing such iiii undignified bluff out,-7%      \AT      F-v _T_ if** I-*
of   the   cabinet.      Tbo   opposition i **1 •     W •     t_r WJ i__ L.
press has bnd many   pokes   at the
personel of that body, hut we have
good reason to bo thankful that
John Houston is not n member.
Painter —,
Decorator.
'The ruin bus gone,   the moisture
has lifted, and the snow-chid peaks TRl IUT    I.AKI
overhanging the town  nre spark-
ling   under   a   summer sun.    Oniv
more we raise our voices in praise
of heaven's reflex : " I'ioluresquu |
Lardeau."
I!   V.
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
lastersoi, Griffith
/ffik mf^Af**, .	
■r*
Owing   to   Messrs.   Griffith   und i Wntcll repairing,    etc.      All   work
Taylor loavins for   Midway, our ,, .
,„ • ,     , . '.', Guaranteed.
Trades Committee is now  without {
a  president and secretary,    It is'-,.,-,,        m   .     _       _ ,       .
hoped thnt n meeting will becnllcd • 0J (If.! !]',¥_ BM.   Tilt Lu_C,_.C
as soon us possible and   the olficors
elected.
Right. Spot is Here.
QUITE  ANOTHER STORY.
The  B.C.  Minikq   Record has
Somewhat altered its   charge made
in the August number against W.
Jl. Pool.   They  now acknowledge
that the uie  M.<>wn   to   Provincial
Mineralogist    Robertton   by   Mr.
d'ool was ore from the Lucky Jack
chiiin, but thnt it never came from
,lhe lower woakings   us claimed by
Jiira.    We  have  no  fault   to Iiml
with the Record in its campaign
against fraud   wherever it  mav be
found, but  we would nsk them to
he a little more caroM and make
their charges exact.     We nre not
jnind readers, und must hik** what
ibe editor of tl c Record writes and
..it what he means to write.    Pool
i.i I tin- Record, can, however, fi•_' 111
'the matter out between them.  We,
however, must   have something  to
say alxnit the property iii question.
The original finds were not exaggerated either by this or other
interior pul.lic.iti.. s, us chiiig.'d
by the Ki'cvnl. The 1 .w.r workings oi the Lucky Jack for a ilis-
tance of '.H) feet show free gold lx>tb
in the quartz and schist, and it is
not because of Biiy fault of the
'property that a stamp mill is not
iii.w in opcratinii turning out gold*
"liricks. Unfortunately the numerous lawsuits iu which the Great
Northern Mines L d. were involved
in have temporarily put them in
an embarrassed condition finan>
chilly. The Record *':|11 get after
Tool if they please, lie is of age,
and can look after his own interests, but we must nsk them in iill
fairness to give the district a
square deal. 'They must remember
that tlie interior bus just as good
mineral showings, uml are us heavy
producers us the const, uml we have
lis much right to b....st, legitimately, for our properties us the
^Record bus to talk about Cariboo-
11 vdrnulic
i   " ii «
The re-opening of the (Mint l!uv
smelter menus business for the
Lardeau and Slocan Already the
smelter representatives are oul
looking for ore und ore producers.
Properties that run high in zinc
which have heretofore lain ii|le by
reason of the penalty exacted by
other smelters will ijow be able to
'market  their   prod not  at  il good
tigure.
i ,   ■  . ..
It looks us i) John II..ii-l'.ii haw
quit Ne]son for keeps. His wife
lias left to join him at Guldflelds,
Nevada, and their residence and
furniture at Nelson are advertised
for sa)e. Stands Nelson where it
did ! It is now ousy-tounderstand
that the McBride government had
the erratic traits of John sized up
accurately, and they are lo be coin
1'iendcil for their foresight in keep*
Continued from page I
where   docs   the   investor   get off ?
We believe  the  proposition is   .
paying one. and that tho investors
i interests will  be better oonserved
jut Trout Luke than at Gerard
We do not wish to usurp the
function of management of the
mill business, but as this is a
matter which affects us all, we
I trust that our remarks on tin subject will be taken in thu same
spirit M ihey nre written, which is,
BU0OC88 »in| prosperity foi ull con-
Uf rued.
A!! tha Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review." ::::::
Smokers' supplies in
great, variety.
mm
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Get vour
Stationery end
Job Prii_tii\g at lhe
Minirig Review....
I
you war? to S_LL
you want to ISC'Y
l'i.rres|i.,n.l u ill. tlie
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
We I in,- -,-.,-,,i\ i;,„„l 1'innnr*
ii..-. listed on « liieh -_,i,,.| n-i nil
call be liiel.
I
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General
Merchants,
tLake
IL ji lean rvTir.cs t3t:hau_e,
" l.eiiew " llnildiup,
Trout l.iik-. \\,i\
MEW YORK I.I IT. ASSURAN'Cfe
COMPANY.
Dentistry.
DIC UII.MI. know 1 -
ntli >l In NpNiiii m wic*-
r  io \n Kind tin H nl
TR Abcr _cen r»lock
(.lent* it., ii   iii.    i.; i-
iViiti hum   i. ! .   mi   |.r-|-
( ll.'*?- I ri a\ in, ni.      j
A. Milloy
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K..U Kv;-HUM-   an,,   PuotKCTIOS 	
11108. TAYLOR, Agent,
,{KV,:I no*« *»  t •,■ ut«|J. Y. Griffin & Co.
B. J
CUMMINS I
... Ill-r.il -I -r. . full l.lni-
r.r.'n.ll|..| li , , Iv Kr il.
Ii, MniMlll     llltf  i^.r.rlliii-iil
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FERGUSON
(VI.brute.1   Itnin.ls   of    Hani,  Bacon
nn,I  RggS,
NELSON,       - B. C.
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CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
I l.\S I
nisruii r.
NOTir.K i* ie r -in _ni-ii iiml iii., e— ..,.
11.,11 II,,||, I- III >. 1,1,1, Mn- I ll-ll, I I,,
ih.. II i . (inwlte, nml um. -i mil   'u.ual,
tin,i ,.%.-i ii,i> a i„ It,,Iln.nl i \11-iiiln.i.' iiii.-k it
,11-1:, III- llf I.-II lllllfK llll lll.ll "lilu ,,f |ll,-
SUO'l-lin lllvi-l-   ImIhicii    KUMIiis   I,|Iiv,,||   mill
llii/.i-u...,. I- cmieallcd.
Nol lee I- nlwi given lhal 'Imi |> irtlnu ,,1 Iln.
I-.-..I-VIIII.HI. ii,,.,,-• ,,i nr|jl.h wn- iiiii,n-ii,,,i in
llir li, .  linxplto mul ilatad :Tn. I >• i>,i. |
imiii. niverliiK i. lull ..I ii.n-1 .-\t,.ii,iin ■ i„ i
», • ,| III,   n„,illli,,I I. .1 ll ..IviTB-el Ktl.lIlM
lllll.y.ill.   Is   r.-r*etii,li-,l   III   mi   Inl   IM II   ,-,,\,|.
I... ni i. inn I.,-, iv,-.-.. ii... KlUlUm i im ....ii ii ...i
.. IX'tlll I.i III, Kill,ii.il \'.,l|.-y, dlnlMIII t.-.i
mile- iii ii ij.,rr11*-1 l.v ,ln, ,,il,»n from I i<- innulli
nl   Kliliinii    Iln,i, mnl   iii.il   i i,em   in-ill-
llli'l.-u t H III I,.- ll'N'll ll. Mil.*,    |.l-,--«,|l|,t|,,li it-.-l
... In-.- ,IKi„,-iii,iii iii..l.-r III.- |,r ,\ i-hint of Ilu*
> hii.i i,-I. mi ii, .,1 iiii, -.- ii.,- , i.i.i i. mio ni. i.i
|i.'i'i'.iiiii i i,.-\i : I'mvlutnl Uml n,. n :iii ..i
wiiv ,,| nny r.iUiun'l sii ill in,I I,.- inrlinli-i! Ii,
llliy  lull.In Wl lie,|.Or,-,I.
W, s. iji.it,-:.
|..-|,.ily < 1..H.MIl--i..ii.-r..f I.,in,In ,1 Wurk^,
J,i|ii«K ...i.i Work- I.i purliii.-i.I.
Vl..|,>i|n, ll....,H|-l AiikiiM, HUi.
H.  N. Coursier
REVELSTOKE, ii. (:.
F I u E    [ N s i: it a N C EC
LOSSES   PAID   PROMPTLY
Write fur Rates.
i_  r •_-. _ NEEDED
Allll'l.ill', ,   li,    till   till!    lieu    |K1glti0IIK
, r,i-,-,I l,\- Itailrofldn nn,I Tel.-en.|.li
Oompnnii*s Wo uniitV IUN0MBN
and LADIB5 iif tr,...d IihIiIis, in
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
AN J X.R. ACCOUNriNC
V\'«! fiiriii-l. ".'i |.er i-i nl nf iliedper-
H t in - ..ml si ni i,, 11 A|H'iits iii America.
I 1.11   -i\     ,1m,,1-    llll- i.ueesl l-M-lll-
SlVK    Tel,r,;,|,|i    *i-l -.     I.N    TrIH
wii.ol.l) l-:-ini,ii.ii,-i UOyears nml
. iirinisi'd   iiy   iill   lii.iiliii).   I'nilwav
Illli. nils.
\\ •• ,   pi nd   n >-J-.ii Innnl in evpi.
Hill.lelll In fill I.I.I. I.illl nr lier ii  |.< -i
tinii |nij inu from *f in io ?no n mrmtli
in   sl.ile-.   east   nf '■ lie   l.'.ieky  in
taillS, or from 171 t..-f lim a ..ninth iii
slrt.s itesi ..f the Rockies, Imme
mediately npon graduation.
Si.nlenls   can   enler   nl   any lime.
No vacations. Kor lull particnlars
regnrdlr.g any of onr schools write
direct    In   ..nr   e\.-.-iili\.-     office   at
Cincinnati, t >.   Catalogue fr e
Morse Hiilinlr
Cincinnati. Ohio.        Buffalo, N.V.
aii.i,ii.i, (iii. i a 'roaae, \\i-.
I n,o I. in i, I ex  San I r.inclsco Cal
ST..
4$ Hlcury Street, M0NTRI1AL.
II 1(111 CLASS TAILORS.
7 ' Fill  ie represented in the l.ar
■  .,        dean    al     ri'tnlur     intervals
throilffhont  tlie  year.    Orders
f- rolothing srl'l receive close attention
I n.r  re|.re.enlal I' b trtil us in TROUT
I.AKK in,-I l RRlit'SOS in s lew weeks
We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save voar Orders.
The BEST Always!
IN LINK BHOE8 I
MINING 8HOE8 !
SHOE LACKS!
RUBBERS am.
OVERSHOES!
HERMAN SOCKS I
Iii viml \<mi wiii I-. i if j<m iiu jruur buying
Willi um,  -n (luii't f"i;;i i. «in ii irnntlnit tiny*
ihi/.' in the ».i\ >>i ion t wear to cull on u*f of
drop ri lino,
li ROYAL SHOE SHE
Nelson, II  C.
R      ANDREW    &    CO.
Mail onlefl enrefully nnd |iri.in|.lly
al lender! t... AkchI for Slnler nml Net*
tl.'l.in BIlOOS.
A. K. HEY LAND,
riioviMiAi, LAND SUBVKTOB
Mm,'inl CluiiiiH Surveyed
P0P1 All, KASI.d. '
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NOW
is   the   time   fir
to  Buy Lot*.     Never wi re £]
the  Pnwpvctt of Ferguson •—-
so bright.
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\
The  Town   of  FERGUSON
will   III*   line   of    the     (neatest
Ore Producing Canipi iu the
World.    Tho   high   degree of
success    achieved    by    the
niiiiieioiiH W FA I.'Ill V and
PRACTICAL  BRITISH  and
AM I: RICAN    M IN 1 N < i
COM TAN IKS now ..Derating
tin ru jh n liilm'.' to the
tieiui iidulis wealth o| the hills
RGUSON
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Public School, ll,.s|iiiul, nnd
other institutions.     Kxeellent
Waterworks lyatetn,  Streeta,
Stores and ReHideiicen illumined hy Fleetri.it*,'. Daily
mail Lcrvico. The townsite
iH adiairahlj laii! out (let in
NOW   on   the   ground   floor.
I,.its can now be purohaaed
• PRon
$?5
T0WN5I TI. AGENT
I
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!tS _T*_i
 is
HENKY FLOYD S
RRVELSTOKt, B. C.
Yzffi&sft
I
...   t.be Ibotcl Beaton  ...  j
BEA I ON, b c
Y'WTORH arriving Bt-taUmfthe threshold of the Urdeao)
... Arrowhea. , will find this Hotel to be fully e ,,pe,i
aiuinini,        >!"",H _* ft   lV"U''"1 "'•'""""-''lation.   ' A well
"PPolnte.1 and spacious dlnina hall.    The beat ol Wines, 8pl.f_
T, r.,rrVi i   "^"T  "T'T1"" iH«iv"" ,""1" re-iuiren enlno)
patrons  \ Isltors lo the I a-deau can rely on comfort at IhlshotsT
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop FERGUSON HOTEL
Tlu! noted In.in. for travellers visiting
Rerguson, B.C.
A well stocked Hur^f t,|ia choicest Liqours, Wlnoi etc
H/lcDonnoll &   Black
Proprietor
NOTICB.
ral  ,'luliii.    nil.l.ilu  III    tlie
liivisl.in nl' West Kuut.
on  (inii im oroek, n
nn circle city,
■'•lllll I, ...11.N. WIIUIc, ...-■ nl I,
111
legal Notices.
NOTICE.
CHti :i i- i il - "I   iMl'lioVTOBMT.
NOTICK.
pt(\u, i i.end ' Im...  -i'nut.- in the
fro.' i-'1
K»r' '-   "" '
Mining Division ol Wert
Hi
iniuer
[Hack Diamond Mineral Claim iltuate
ni ths Troul l.niie Mining Division ..I
west Kootenay District. Where located
One hiilf uiile north ..i lliiskins ereek.
Take Notice thai I,  II. McPherson,
»-    for the  Seattle-Oregon   Minnie
('..., l-ree Miners'Certificate.No.B88IHfi
Intend   sixty   days   from    the   dale
..    ,  ,. ..     hereof toapply to lhe Mining Recortici
localad:-   About  live miles  (,„  a Certificate of [ln,,rovSmenti foi
iai ironi ir,,u   i.uk.- (lll. |,Urnnw of obtaining a Crown granl
,,„,,„ il,ai faisrles Copp, free nf the above claim.
r_.-.illcatc No, l!H.l,|Hi,, in.e,„l     Al„|  f,.ril,e,  ink,- notice thai sctloi,
hiaya after data Iwroof, to apply to  ,,,„•„ hcUoii 3V  mui oominoneed
- »K Itocorder lor Certificatesol  before the issuance of such Certiflcati
/ Improvemcnii
Dated this _:Jr<l day S.pt. _.d, 1906.
opt 28
orU.
Tsk
silt;
the -
1,1,11*, .'i,l- InI   I lie   |.lll |„,Se nl ,,1,1.11
^n_e, -. u,l - -,l 1 lie ah.iM' rlillln-
AS' '       '    ' lk
nodei
liefer
BBC
Disc)
in
W<
w
nlie*
Un!
two
3
Mir.
hiH l_il
notice that mil,,i
11 mn .'17 must l.e commenced
the I--.inn.-e ol SUch cerlili.-ale of
,.mems.   Dated this l_.il. dav ..f
|l..  1806
v Ifi 06
notici-:.
I.i.iii  I  nnn.-ml   claim,   -itnale
I,,. Troul I i.Im' Mining division <>i
,r Kootenay district.
■ie I .rated <>n .IiiIde between
nth fork of the South Pork of the
ci river and Bonansacreek, about
ilea northerly from tlie American
,- Notice that  1,0. R. N. Wilkie.
ii ...-. ni  for) the *-.'.itil.--()re_,,ii
|ng Co , l-.M ('. No. 1183198, In*
lixty days from the dale hereof,
inlj in the Minini; Recorder for s
llcate nf   Improvements,  f,ir the
 I obtaining a Citowu Qrantof
ibove claim.
I iiir11i.-r lake   notice  thai   a, t mn.
i, ;!7.  iiui-i   be commenced
• the i»-ii:iine nl iuch Certificate
mproi -incut*.
led    thin    filh   drt?*Jf.(   (1.1 ,    i It.
1"
daffeif (
B. N  wii.kii:
NOTICE
in I dwards mineral claim, -
lii.e i roul Int.
-i KooU S) diatriet.
\\ i,-... located • On Bilver Cup U
abo it i -.-  miles  d- w  Bilvei I
|i"
rak. i.■• in lint I. Frederick ( I
J   it,  I   M .     N.,    U88042,  ... ling ai
John w.   Westfall, _.    c
Us! "i. intend,  sixty   days from
date     li, re.rl,   t..   apply    l<>     the
i|!   I;,-,-.inler    fur   a Ciir'.ili    ■
iveuients,   for   llie purrWlec Or nb
.-    ,i   I   r.iH 11    lilillll    rrl    tlie    ulluw
III.
Ami farther take notice that action
lion 'i~, musl I*' r mem • i
the issuance of such Certificate
' Improvements.
Ibis llth day ,.f Aug., \.i> 1908
nj
NOTICK
li..-r Km, mineral claim , iltuaU In tin-
limn I.., io- Mining Diviiion ol WentKoot.
ana; ill.trld
Where located;   On Bonanaa -r.*k, ni i
 • n.iie loutb-ea*.!  Irum   m.n-k  nia mi
null. ■ ii claim
'Ink.- iiolleethal I.O.B.N. Wllkla,atanl Ibi
I'.-l.-r Mi-.Ven.-li,   fi..-    ,.-r- lllll,all-    No
iitend, mm. dayi from in- data hereof, Ui in-i I] i" I'e Mining Heeorder (tot a ..-.-■
inii-ai, ,,i linproveiMcuu, foi ibe purpoM* ol
'.iiinl.il, .     - ■        llranl .: _n ..' :	
And further take notice that action, under
■ectlon 117, niu*! Im- ,->,mmi-ii,-,-,l l..-f.ii-.- Hi.- |a>
lunnceofHucii -.inii. .., nftinprovementa.
Dated iln- mi. ri»> ,,i. Ictoher, \.l... 1106,
'"'I I 0.   II.   N.   W II.K1K.   IM. -.
TROUT LAM
NOTI.K TO M I.is.'II .M OO   OWNER,
To D. R.  McLennan orto whomsoever
he may have transferred hi) interest
in  the In.In-- inn.en.I claim.
I .ik,-  Notii ■ thai I  the   undei
,, ot i'i witli  j ou in the lln.l.... mineral claim silual  south sidecf Lar
deau ii\.-r between Rapid and Poplar
■ reek, n ih, ln»ii Lake ii.'nil., divisiou
of \\   Kootenay, have performed the ne*
reesary   ork and made the u arj ex
|tenditura on the above-mentioned
claims Im the y.-ar* 1904 ki rl lt> 5, m
,,r,|.-i to hold the same nnder section -4
,d the Mineral mtf. nnd the years fur
which said work Was performed and ex-
Miniug  Division ol  penditnre made having eapin i  I
b)   _,m-   i-.n   n- III ■■   that   if   v 1'!,m   90
i.i . - from '!"• fire   i nbli. ntioii hereof ,
\,,.i fail r,r |riii-,- loconti n pro*
;• ni. uialeA expenditure and
pat   tl.,-   K>st« of this advertisement,
Bt,  noula mil
Troul Uke M,,iir
'•nay illslrlei,
whore looaur.i
two miles fr
Take noil.
iik-'i'ik!'1!1;'/' T'l""-J.'-.r n •r's.-.rrilll,-.,!,-  Nl
..I u. ;  '"";l'-l^v,i„,v, iinintiie date here
nil.,. '' •\    ""■ Mining Itoeordor tut a cer-
,        "'    'n|.i'..',-„„,,i.. for .he purponeof
..iii. iniii. i  i row,, um„tortheabove elmin,
K,,,,   '■'.'""''■'.ik.-.ioii.-.-  action, under
_„,."    V "'",-' '"' eommeneed hefbritbolr,
n...T,i.i.i.''"ertlil<*al*iof Improvement*.
inn, a tins. ,i|, day ol Octobar, A.l... IVOfi
O, II. N. WILKIE,   IM..*1.
TROUT LAKE.
N.IIM'K  TO   IlKI.I.NlJI.'KNT I'll OWNI-.llS
I'.. James Grant, K. Q. Macleodand
.luii.es Bouchler, or lo  whomsoi rer
they   mav  have  transferred their interest in the slate mineral claim.
Takonotice that I, Ihe undersigned
co-owner with you In the Mate mineral
i laim. situate on Bouth side of Lardeau
river between Rapid and l'oplar creeks
lathe Trout l.nke Mining Division ol
WcSl    Kootenay,   have   perforin.-,I   the
necoiagry work nn.l made the necessary
expenditure on  the above  mentioned
claim lor the yean  1901 and  lt»06, In
order lo hold the mine undor section "4
ol iln- Mineral Acl. and the years for
w Inch raid  Murk «as pel formed an.l ex-
pcnditun made having expired, 1 hereby -.'oe yon notice thai II within 90 days
from the Ural publication hereof you
fail nr refuse to contribute your prop >r-
lonnle ihuro nl buc.Ii cx|ieuditure and
paj lim cnslBof thia advertisement your
interest in lhe said  mineral claim will
L.e the property of the undersigned
under and by i hum ol section 4 ol tho
Mineral Act Amendment Act, li'tX).
I int.-1 al Trout   Lake this 17th duv of
•Inly, 1005. JAME8 BNKLL,
c,-i Iwner,
It pays to un.- the Telephone. A
lengthy trip can often be saved. Offices
at rerguson: Cummins' Store; Trout
Lake, Tost Office; also at Beaton, Comaplix and Arrowhead,
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
J;
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin   Board, World's
Mining New*.
I.
E L, MORAND, - PROP.
Balmoral Hotel.
Visit.irs  In  FergusjU  limy  rely U|K.«  the very beat of
accommodation at tide well-known hotel.   Rooms are
well  furnished  tlnoui;hout.    The   Har ie alocked with
a choice iiHHortuient uf palatable quenchera.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson  Bros., Proprietors
KVERVTIIISiJ   NSW    AND    KIHHT-CI.AHH   IN   ALL RKUPKOTH
Fire  Proof Safe
Tlie bona* In mocked will,  in,- r.i-i.1 Win.-* and Clgari on trie m.ri.t.
Trout    Lake,
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
iir interest m the mh-I mineral alalia
mull.-. tin* iwoperiy of the under*
ligneii under am'by virtue ol section 4
,,f   the Mineral Acl  Amendmcut Act
i-. ,.
|i«i.,l st Trout Lake Utia 6th dayol
l,.lv, i l un- C. Eli ".tt,
,l..l. : I    '
NOTICE.
Cornier Queen mineral claim, situate
iu th.- I mm Lake mining division ol
Weal Kootenay district.
Where located: < Iu -silver Cup mountain, about l'a miles from Bilver Cup
mine.
Ink.- notice thai I. Frederick Charles
Elliott, I- M.C. Nr,. B88042. acting as
agent lor Charles L, Copp, I'M C. No. !
B831M, Charles McNicholl, F.M.C.
So. B780U. and John VV. Westfall,
P.M.C. No. B87064, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the]
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
[mprovements, for tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown lirant of the above
claim.
And   further  take notice thai action.
uuder section St, must he commenced
wfore the Issuance .,1 Certificate of Im-
provi m, ir.s
I _f.-.l this llih day ot Aug. A.D.19C6.
is S-1006
When I....kin_ for u plac ■ t.. Bpend
your holidays, bear in  mind
that  Trout   Like   is   an
ideal   Bummer   re-..rt.      The
-. i, ry and climate are magnificent
TirviE:    TABLE
KirBt-ClHBs in every respect.
The Travelling public carefully
taken care of.
_ Nelson • Props.
In Under tin- wine M...».-i.i*i,i.
Review Job Dept.
!„r High-Claaa Work.
S.S. ARCMliP or S.S. LAKDIiAL).
Running between Arrowhead, lieu-
ton an.l Comaplix, commonclng October UUi. 11)43, will sail as lOllowi
» ether permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beacon and
. lomapltx, i» i.-e Jailv - 10k and .".It.
Leaving Beaton ami i omaplix for
Arrowhead, twice dally— 7:16k am)
12;4'.k. Making close connections
with ailC P. K. Steamers and trains
The Owners reserve the right to
change limes of sailings without
notice.
Thc limplre Lumber Co., Limited.
Lardeau
Hotel
-J?
Baa
ft
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
w
m
11 I'N tiaiting Fergiin.n J< U
should stay at the l.mihaii
Hotel. Here the virut'T
will   ba   sin ii'ind.'.l  wilh
In in fort*.    Kxcell. nt
cuisine,    well   ventilated
and   vwinn   room,   well
nt.,eked har,   and   everything which
lei .Is towards  linking your \i-it n
plcaaaut ami memorable ono.
Kate, from 11 d»j upwards.
Ue strive t" pit -,-u >■••!■ 1 atmni.
FERGUSON.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SI'IXIAI.TY.
Stables at Trout. Lake.
.
TROUT LAKE HOTE
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   fit
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
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Rl
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****** L*_
MACKINNON  and!
SUTHERLAND
We have all the Latest in
HATS.
We can clothe from head to
foot in a princely style.
Summer-Weight Suits
Make you feel good.
FEPUSON - - B. 0.
)■' -*. . =
TROUT LAKE CITY
all I". It I", have lieen f'.rtunes
nni'le by judicioua invoat-
ineiit in Real Estate, und
more forlunea will be made than
ever tho next two or three yeara.
Tbo ono who reapa tin* harvest in
the original   investor, for he   han
hit money on a certainty.
Now let on point i.ut t.. vou thnt
there i» to. batter ipol <'ii ;he Con*
tir-nt to buy Real rCstate than
Iln11 T LAKE.
Trout Lake is the pretties! spot
in lhe K.ioteiiiivH ; ns u pleasure
res >rt it h.is no equal. Boating
und (labing tuny be indulged In
the year r< und : while Iul' game
in abundance is to (be found nn
tl,,- Iii'Is. Its climate is suporb,
there h- inu no great extremes, it
lining mild in winter nn.l eoo1 in
an minor.     li can boast "f smne of
ill.' liliest hotels   and residences III
P.riiisli Columbia. Its streets nre
well luiil out nnd graded. There
ar<* two excellent general stori'S,
nnd ii glance at the advertisements
in this journal will show tlmt nil
Iradfsare fairly well represented.
Write with confidence t.. Agauts.
H. McPherson
Agent-
Trout Lake, B.C.
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.
Then call on
or   write  to
j.
•   •  »   »
IT lius never had ft   ' boom "    its
growlli iui- ln-.'ii steady.   It is
the   In ml   if   invitation,   nnd
the tertnii al of   tin*   l.utdo luatieh
of ihe (M'.R. All roadi (in th.
Lardeau) had to Trout lake. It
ia the Commercial centre* •' the
richest mineral district on '.be
continent, uml lms hanking f ui-
lieS    provided    by     ll."    Im,    mil
1'nnk of Canada ; first-class tchool
accommodation under the lietr*
tiou if B. Shannon, j}. A - ,. good
water systi in ; government i ftires ;
County Court sittings; Mi-tlu (list
Episcopal and Anglican . I.in.-l.es
nnd ecttugp hospital.
There, nrii valuable ranch Inmls
on lhe outskirts awaitintr seltlers.
lis lumber resources are magnifi
cent, ami n band snw mill with a
capacity of 60.000 fr. per day is at
t''o I ead of tlie lake. The mines
tributary are proving out bigger
producers every year, with new
prospects opening up rich bodies of
ore.
There will be a big rush Ibis
summer, so if jou would know
more, write nt once to tithei of
the agents at tbe addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
ti BI
aimuiiiiuiiiiiiuUiiUiiuiuiuuiiduuuiuui.uiiUiiiuuiuuaauuuUiiiiuUiaiiUUi Nonprinting of every de&cWpiion will bs falt_f_llv executed at the Beview JobD
Ter^u. on
Freighting
and
Poo-!<',ij
Outfit.
m
c
Co ilrncls cnl I m!.>   mi |ui'\ u : ..!'Minin.',*-ii|i|.lii s, ele.
10 nn'- nei-it in the ilii In. t.
i I, prniupl uuivlcu, nn.l nny «..rk undertaken guaranteed
nutisfnvtui v.
S. DANEY, Prop. - Ferguson
W    Abrahamson        Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of thc Abraham-
son Addition to thc
i own site.
Git a Home
1.1    lourself.
don't Pay Rent.
Easy Terms.
LcnSkQxville
-c=—Hotel.
E, MOB3S- PROP-
9o.el and
Ceneral Store
Head Office i
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Ci;.ilill Alltllori_oil.ft,OiK),000
Capital [paid up] -   3 500,000
Resl   -      -      -    S.W.OOO
ti titchei ni U.e Nnriliivcsi Territories, Prm-inces of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario nn.l Quebec,
r R. MERRITT, President. b, R, wii.kik, Vioe-Pres, und Gen. Man.
!'. II W, Assistant Qon. Manager.      VV. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
LEGAL
KI! K 1) C. ELLIOTT,
DAKRISTKIt, NOTARY
I'lT.I.IC. 1 IC,
rrr.iit Lake, B. C.     and Forguson
..... s. Molltrler, >   A. Ilsrvej.
A, M.    I'liikliuui.
HARVEY HcGARTER 4 PINKHHAM
SOLICITORS, Ktc.
REVELSTOKE    B. C
■miIii-Hiii. lor Jll |i.-rliil Ilu   I. ..I i ......ilii
-"'■'■'
r    '
ll'   >
.......   P  ...1
City Drug Store
d •
;
*     I'HOI'IUKTARY
! Mki>u im;.-
\     PRESCRIPTION
Sell..ul  KlI'lJllil'H
jj Toil.'I   Alliele-
□ I i,
'-
8
w tiltl
BTKlOTLYOASIJ      1       ■
A
IV. I. RRIUGB        J. M. SCOTT, U I
Scott &, Briggs
flnrriileri und Suliellori
Poll itiirs lor Molson'a Bank.
PEVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
Trom     Lake,    tl.    Q, 3ranch-A    o-ncr.l     Hanking    Uu.lnt.i    Tmns.cted
Savln**a r***partmeiit—Deposits received and lute rent allowed.
Ornda *ntit m i.i'.ii.ir in ri!i paris nf Canada,
Unlipd ^inti". iiiiii Rnmpp,
si il :>i*.-.>(...ii _lren i« entleellniii ninl
M - ine P. i.i ■
T. B. BAKHR.
manager
GERARD
B   C.
The U C. ASSAY nnd ( H   fllCAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Va.SCOPVIB,  I!. C.
Itendquariers lor Vtsayers, Mining and
Mill Supplies. Bole agenta in B. (.'. foi
Morgan Crucible Co , Battertea. England; t. W. llrioin A Co.'i Patent Car*
Furnaces, Burners, etc. : Wm. Aint
Murili ^ Co. . Fine f"... In;...-.-. r;c. etc.
W.CD   VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO   LTD
I rai     Mu   rs' Bupplles, Stove*.
e   .
NELSON, DC.
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Puck and Cartage Horse* Always for Hiro
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Daily stage leavei  Heaton at 12 o'clock for Troul l.nke Ferguson and Camborne
Leave Ferguson, via Trout Lake for Beaton at 7 n.ie.
llraiich Stables at Trout Luke, Beaton. Ferguson and Camborne.
500 Cords
Slobwood
FOR SALE....
Apply :
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   1. (>.O.K.
NO.  11
Regular meetlnn belt) in
Oddfellow'*:  Hull   aver)
Tnaadai nlgbl at   k
.'cluck    vlililni iirntb-
i-rM iMir.lliilly ivt-le.iiiir
t). .lun.l-en. N. (1. i   A.W.Iiliri.   II ,1 K Hi
^
. _ »__*?_f_ ■
TISCAN   LODGE,
No89.
A.F.  & A.M.
i\^?~/'\ -*•**■   TJmradaj each
>• mouth.
Visitor! Welcome
G.Forddred, Sec, ll. McPherson, W.M
-.VSJ.'
A KLI-1. LINK OK CHOICE STATIONERY,     ••-, j
( L ....... *-*-_-__.^_________. J j
|Q!>0 000*0 CLOCKS I - -     i ■•'•. -v - ,. jj
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, 3  C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Beaiprters for Mini awl Cuinmercial Mea.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. B. KcLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
t3^S_»B^B2®BP2B_SB2_^P_5BBBS& Q
g The Lardeau Brewing
 Company	
''"KJwrT,
Lager Beer
and Porter.
Draft (Si, Bottled.
0SSSBSB5K9_3B___®__S__K3BBH_ 0
--___ O. - ■ __? __r4_d
I OK       • f
\ JSai'ber Shop i!
K"lt  A -
i   IS.   L.   —_..
I MASTERSON I
ti   •     ' .;     Ml Hi HAN'T
m
t     Miners'
I     Supplies
♦ —
k POPLAR   -   -   B.C.
Good .have or Hair Cut     Z
 CAIXO.N	
; William Schnel!, I
PBROOaON snA TBODT LAKE, XSjLC.
Hot and Cold 3aths.
Aecoui.tiii.t.      ....        Auditor,
J. O. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
Oiilsi.li- rompsn*.i' Inl I'.-fnlli
Innlied  nfier.
..    1 for 0    -...      .
Underwear. Sox
Shirts, Hats
V.M. Westfall A Co.
:
Mil..in; llrriSl • -.
\i ■ . i r :.-s ':. porn A < In.
Mini ■ i- rtouxhl n.el Hold,
Ulnliigl*ropcrtleiiLa -<r-.i liter Tor Non-lteil.
-li i.t-
Tronl   I -ike   11   ('
iron, j-.iki . i.. i
= Hssaviinj =
l-.-i!::*.','!..;;:;;,
.">.r|.l ..r Bill .-r
' told mi 1 Silver
Silver and Lead
| op|.i         ...
21 in 	
II r.n
. |S oi
2 SO
.   1 no
|i 50
5   SHANNON,   .ssnyer
PHRQU&ON R. C
Robertson's
Chocolates
AND
Bon-Bons
Batger's
Crystallised
Fruits
Gums, Etc.
Etc.
c
o
N
F
E
C
T
I
O
N
E
R
Y
A. G. Fraser s:r:;:>\Hard0ware-TooIS
Stoves, Pipe
uality the Best
Family
GROCERIES
AND MINING SUPPLIES.
At the
Clothing
D.B N WILKIE, P.LS.,, Boots, Shoes
Blankets, Gloves.
LOWFST PRICES.
Provincial I.nml Sin\.'<■»'or,
TROUT LAKE, B. C
/F
l DeriinerGraiBBOrphona
A1lner.il Claims Snrvcyed
anil Crown Orants Obtained        j
Roaldenci    M«»l lloeord uin--.-. I
Tronl I,.ikr. II. r ,
Oils, Putty
S-W-P
Ready-Mixed Paints
W. H. Jones,
'»..-•-•_«__._.,_
AD kinds of Nev/ ftec rds.
Sole A_ent for Ilu L.id'.-i.
J. C. Murray
TojiLi'ci fl   c.
Loose   l**af   Binders,   Fine  Job
! Pitntli
NELSON, B. C.
Starhe_ 8 Co.
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
•VH 'I!.    M.I-   DE W.I.US i„ Under,
K«Wi   CI .-,    Produce   and
in Blf., foiephlm St. Nelion
Bar well Supplied with Liquors & Ciflars
Large Comfortable Boom,.   Excellent Ctjlaine and Attendance, '
3 o'lMadden & Levesque   *  * Props
P.Burns&Co
WHOLESALE   AKD   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
balers injallkintls of FreHli Meal
TBOUT LAKE, B.C
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, n <
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH   PJUCE5   PA IP

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