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VOL.  1
Sad   Fatality
at Silver
Cup.
WELL KNOWN MINER MEETS
WITH    DEATH    BY   BEING
STRUCK WITH FALLING
LEDGE MATTER.
lie considers I deoeased Buch. Deceased Las received Instructions' lo
obtain ;ill timber necessary for his
own protection. [A skei.ii of the
stop., was here handed in by Erla d
(I. Badow]. Thoacidentoccurred
in Nn. 6 slope, li is Ihe oustom
at the Silver Cup for the miners to
do their own timbering, Deoeased
was taking out dirt and throwing
it down h shute, and as the ground
was cleared the timber should be
erected to prevent caving. He
.considered a part of the vein had
become loose, Btriking deceased aa
An Unavoidable Accident J*1"11;.   "" ,^s "f l1"' 0Pini°n
r%"   that aeceaaed  was in no way to
.,     oat Held and Jury Agree that 5_*™'Rnd  h'' Wggested the acci-
dent was quite unavoidable,   He
No Blame i< Attributed    .     observed decased   half  an hour
to Any Parties. previously)   and   everything then
  appeared safe,     He did not think
The sad uowi reached Ferguson deoeased would take any   chances
befoiell o'clock on Sunday f"r "'" pu*jx>se V.f ,liul;.1"- "I";",l.v
last that Alec. La!ng,a well-known '
lie In Levi d him to tie a
most careful man,
greatly respected  miner, had     Bamuql Underhill, sworn, said :
with a painfull] sudden death  I am a miner, and was working in
working at the Silver Cup the stops with deceased when the
It  transpires that tho de- accident happened.    Deceased was
-t.tick py a large piece of ledge
matter falline fr..m the hanging
vein. They examined the ground
this | articular in the morning to Bee thai it was
safe, They innt |,,is of timber,
Deceased was at work nt the other
id.-   ..f   r i    ghutc.     Suddenly 1
mm",    it  trans]
reas-d mi er was  i ngaged in  n
.. i., nt;ales from  nn old
and
v.. -   on   his   hands  and
1   .,   tak in mi nt.- for the
of   timbering   the   spot, j^ .
; in  hi- positon a largepiec | turned around and asked" Where
of rock brok    away and jammed did that come from ?" at the same
unfortu ate   young  fellow's """• I  noticed there was no light
in the direction of deoeased,and no
j.. ul lo   th(    fo -a ill.     A   miner
answer was forthcoming.   I at once
named   Underbill  was engaged in proceeded  to his   Btope, where 1
similar work *i<mc 26 ft distant, found him with his head jammed
..,!.,,   on    hearing   tha   rock   fa'l between the vein and the footwall.
I,u, u,er^ He made no move whatever,   I
i     . i;  i . '""k hold of 11ini   and tried to null
r n                     ai"'   no I'ttni ,          .  ,   . ,       n  .,            ,
him OUt, lull I COUldn t   move hun.
from that .                he hastened ,  .,,,,, endeavoured to   move the
to thi   pot                  "■' that Ins- pieceof rock, and failing to, I called
)M;,                    I human aid. With for   help,     Ho believed deceased
• !,.              ,.f further   assistance waa killed instantly.  Helparrivcd,
* ,                                         | .. a- d  with  a  plank  we prised the
the rtnk was removed, ami it was , ,,         , ,  '    ,,          '     ,     ,,
"" fallen rock fr m the deceased.   He
thai   its   j**ged   edg' believed Laing was a good practical
. trated   the rigl'l    ;,■!•. miner.     He would have proceeded
,.;!,     ., .  ,,..   ■      ,..., ..I, It the    .m<   meaner as de i i
• death was inatam and corsidered the accident one of
.,,    ,    ,           .ii. those unforeseen events which hap-
I ho  . •     aras   ash. d to ,                     u    .,       , , ,,'
■ pen  lo miners.     He thought the
a p'i                          '! down  the management  made everything as
-1, .ft. and after being placid upon safe as possible.
,l„    ,,,,. i  ,. m   it wnaforwarded Peter Kennedy, another miner,
,                      Qner .;,.. ^ that he was working at the
, Mivi r i un at the time "f th" aeci-
'll'"               •      |8loOD1 dent.    II. mi.I. Isaw deceased at
over  t                   iioiiuity,  ai worB-  B|,0rtly  before  ihe accident,
,\1 ,. v                   . popular    Ho and I spoke to him.     Everything
...j  at the SilverUlien appeared to be all right.    At
'           ^ behaving "}•» time deceased was engaged in
, shovelling dirt into the Bhute.   He
previously spent the great r pan |,,1(1 r,.,.,.1Vl..  hjs, own inetructloni
ofi'i.   iimmer at the Triune mine. Uq aecure tho ground as he went
Ii.- li ki .wu throughout the Koot> along, at I he believed every miner
,.,,.     .     i experienced miner, a employed there was told the same
' i     ,..„ r  ..■„i .. inn. frland 'I here was ample timber for this
". ma    l' rtner, anil  a true ir.enu. '                  ,   ,        .
r-         '               ,-.            i puipose.   He was satisfied that the
Born in Aberdeenshire, Scot., in the ,„,,„.,,,„,„.„,  „,.,.,.   ,„,,  to blame.
year 1873, ha wa. scarcely83 year- u,. answerod the call for help and
of age,   He migrated to Canada lu saw the deceased  lying motionless
,l„                ,l  1899, and  ho has, between the fallen rock and the
, .         i    ,.   , footwall.      llie   portion   ol   rock
since nrnva with his two brothers, '""  '      '       '       .        .... .
, appeared   lo   lnm   to nave tiiteii
'«Jock "and "Jim," allied himsell oyer ,ll(! j.imm,,| ,i„. deccascd'a
i    .,            a, to the mining in- bead.    He had only been employed
dustry.   The former brother wa« at tho Silver Cup a few days, and
at the time of tho accident working »■■ '""  in a position to give an
.,                  ....       ,. ,,.. opinion of  Laing b   al.ihtv   as   a
nt  the Glonore mine, Hue.- Forks, ln'mr|.
while the latter brothor waa sup- JamesSnell, sworn, said he was
,d   to   I"   located al Calgary, a miner, and was on night shift on
13 ,t]  v.. i. Immi J .ii. lv telegraphed the 26th Inst.    He was workii . in
I       ■,         ., of the deceased was N"   8 stope at tho point where the
...       .   ..  ,,         | deceased   mot   Willi dcaih.    Lning
i.i,;... d   H tl ■ Mm rs   Hall, pending the
INQUEST.
["ho   inquiry   Into the ciroum
came on day shift and relieved liitn
(witness i. Al far as Ins Judgment
w ni ij.. dfti ger was apparent Hi
considered this slope was as safe as
any oilnr In the mine.    Ho knew
:.!,..   the   death   of thai th« management always told
,,„!,,  I aim/was held In H o the miners to secure themselves hy
..       | llliihcllllg IIS ihev went aliiii;:.
Mm,,-- Hall, Ferguson, on Monday Th]„ conoludod th. evidence and
il   10 o'clock, before Coroner ftjter    ^ing   ,,,1,1,-,. ;;,.,i   by   the
W. E. Newcombe, M.l».   The jury Coroner, the following vordiotwas
empann 1 ed    wi re   as    follow- i returned 1
s. Shannon (foreman), F. Barber, " After dm
\ c Cummin . A. Hillman, A. F.
Rankim md ,; A. Sutherlond. A
).uv„. n .        of . itiscna attended
(4,0 [|iqu.   1.   Cons aide Kirk pa'rick
J tho 1 ii.|uii".  on behalf of
the  1 rown       After  the jury 1 ad
.. v,. ,| the remains the following
evident 1 was laken 1
The, doiv lurihcuii, being sworn,
I ,i,|      I   Mn     ilpel'illlendcnl   ill   the
silv. r 1 'up mine,     Deceased   re
... ivi il in Inn turns from me,   The
rnthercil
chapel   a   Inrg.
I'"'"  ffhere        mt "o'WngW" Sirclsi   .1 He  'I" Mod's friend   ...
his knowledge went
l 1    .       ,,i work ho wa  engaged ritoa, the building being filled
in esquired an experienced man.•pyorllnwiiig. The ooffln rested upon
nsideration of  the
evidence   obtained   W0   find   thi
s'lid Alexander la'ng mol liia
di ..th in No. r. Mope at the S Ivor
Cup mil 0 al al.out ii. IS n.iu. on
Nov. 27, 19 I. by nelng ci ashed
about head an.I bIiouUIi i- by a
1 of lodge matter fallinr: from
hanging wall of slope. \\ 0 consider death acid, ntttl, and wo
do nol hold anyone r a, onsible."
THE   FUNERAL.
On    Tuosdaj    afternoon   there
in    tin
ll   the   del
nn.'i' and as.-ist in  the lasl -ad
a catafalque in the centre aisle, it
being beautifully draped and garnished with ehoic silver Bttings.
I l.e funeral service was conducted
by ihe Rev. E. K. Sharp, who also
gave a very impressive address.
He choir rendered some suitable
hymns, In which tho congregation
joined spiritedly ■ nnd as the old
favorite hymn. "Nearer my Cod to
'I bee," was being sung, scarce a
dry eye remained. At Ihi
elusion of the service, the casket
was borne shoulder high by eight
stalwart comrade- of thi dec. ased
to the strains of the " Dead .March!
in Saul " from tho orRan, and
placed on the henrso in waiting.
Snow was falling fact u.- the solemn !
procession wended its way to the
cemetery at Trout Like City. The
cortege comprised al] the Influential residents of Ferguson and
a large detachment of members oi
the Lardeau Miner's Union with
" In Memoriam " regalia. Arrived
at Trmr Lake, a further contingent
' f sympathisers joined the Borrowing procession to the graveside.
The chief mourn, rs w. re John
and James Liiine,. brothers of the
deceased, the latter brother arriving just in time at the graveside,
from Calgary, I a meeting oi the
brothers under such circumstances
being  st affecting.   Th. burial
service was then proceeded with'
and the remains low>-ri ii into their
lasl resting place. Al. Chisholm,
representing the Lardeau Miners
Union also read the burial tribute
to a departed e .mimic, nnd ns the
(ir>; few clods of earth fell Int > the
Crate ihe mourners retraced their
iteps.
Ninin
TROUT LAKE CITY,   B.
Lake Localets.
.V :;r t^trf/ r{r rfr rtr_ri- rir rh •:/ .;• :'.■ ..
A farewell dance was given last
night in- honor of Miss Lily Val-
lentine who. leaves shortly for
Revelsioke.
•Ins. McUirr, Vancouver, travel-
: for Kurtz's Own cigars js in
town. Mr. McGirr is making Ids
trip with a couple of broken ribs
the result of an accident which
happened to him recently.
I Ferguson Items.
iV-vI? \vr -.'.-/ 'At. :'i7 ■/.t i<- WI ■/.•.- xit rfriiizjfi
The children are making excellent progress wiih their enteitain-
meat which it is iiilended they
should pr. sent on Xma- eve.
With the arrival of n Inrge body
of miners from outside points to
opi rale in oar local minus on old-
tin e a r of vigor and vim prevailed in the Payroll Con ire on Monday and T lesday, Thn bote1
keepers wear the smile that won't
come oil'.
Frascr's Splendid Assortment of Xmas Toys.
Merchants of A. G. Frascr's
-tamp .'n enntry towns are more
apt to put eastern ilcp.irtm ml il
storekeepers i acktng a nod tl. n nil
tiie faeis anil statistics ava laid.'
A eery fair •ump'c of Mr. Fi -
enterprise is to be seen in his
show-room upstairs Where he baa
the oompletest assoitment of toys
and Christmas gifis ever brought
into the town. There is aba ilute-
ly no excuse for Banding to Eatou'a
S inps id's, Spencer's or anyone
else,because Mr- Fras rbaaovery-
thi I g you want and Diureov. r they
Bte cie. plioiially well eel- ctt 1 and
the prices are suc:» iIibi yon wi]
actually lose money   by sending
i ut.
A RBVIBW reporter   looked over
ihe selection to-day and l.e was astonished at tho up-io-d.it.'ii. - in
ihe toy-lino, displayed ou ihe
shelves and tables of ihe loy-rooni,
There were woolly dolls, dolls in
ihe latest oi Parisian o Btume*,
jacks-in-'he-box, nitchsn'cal toys
of a tiosen diflerent kinds, a loop
ibe loop coiiiriviinei, a s'eaui engine that actually runs by steam.
magic lanterns, drums, guns,
-w rd*, the man who perform-, on
a tight-rope and ih" in>n who bah
ancesona pedestal, a buglothat
vou can s.i'in I the reveille upon
soldier-style, pi^s which displai
piggtsbness so nituraliy that j u
altno-t swear you can hear them
guint. Happy Hooligans, Baldwin's air ships fresh from the St
I, urs Fa'r. Cliii.ee land i ns,
Uliibti lla", tans and oal llli t-.
Games of nil kinds nod all the
.'e'oiatioii-. riipiisiie for the most
gorgeous if Christmas trees
Tuei'c is displayed the nil'i' wh >
idlinbfl his   wii'd-iui'l   t W'T,  us
eh'valid railway which is l llia"'-
vel of llieehuieil Itigenuit) n n
niGehaiiicil skill, 1'ic'ure-hooks,
wh pa    W'th    wlihtlo*  at'auln.1
mules Willi have ( ) •• M i v on i
ehaiaeleri-tics   oil   Jap   fomplete
w.t i the "toti'vi! got to ahow mo''
iu I III Id out im s
It is eeitni'dy tin «ks 'rimed t ■,
ilullgl t ihe In int of l'i"i voletif old
Snnti ("an". But llu imi fi rget i'
is only an nssortiuent, and Willie
there is Bumeiai t lu go m-, uud
•: ill Ihere is I. I a quantity ol mix
ii .■ kind, SO lil gnl IVlllll iiiosl
oatches jour fancy you must be
present   while   the itook   is  yet
ililnct.
(ico  Johnson says   il   is Ihu iu
Icntioii of P, llniiiH  A Co. to supply  us with every  delicacy   this
Christmas.      howls  of all   kinds,
oyster*, and several kinds offish
Dr. Robinson was called away
to-day to attend a serious can in
Coniiplix.
Ed. Wis.-man, formerly foreman
at the mill here, returned fromi There were many acqn»ii.t.nces
Reveistoke a ew day- ago. HeUnewed ou Monday night and in
1 .vis shortly to take charge of the I Kym} lnatanoes it was a ease of
construction of a ssw mill at ihree „1C »TOrvJya1 ot the r,tl,st;>
\ alleys mar   Itevelstoke.
Th re are more people in Fer-
J. C. M. of the Ili.viKw has gusonnow than hitherto this year.
the grip. He caught it a few days Thi'se who anticipated a'dull
ago. it U not known just when -metal" reason and acted accord-
he started to hunt for it but il was fngly are kicking, and tbnso of the
only yesterday that he—or rather never say-die order are Bhakiug
the doctor—announced the cap- hands with themselves. With the
ture. The Staff to-day are sending arrival of some, forty sad.II • hor-
him a couple of Bftyal Seals with 0H on Mondiy, ih-wo not in th •
the hope that they will prevail know t'inught the town wa» about
with Ins Muscovite bed-mate. :to he held up.
K. L Kinriian ad  J    B.   Hen-)     P te A iders n,   Hcvelstok', was
derson are in  Reveistoke attend-1* vi«tor on Tu'*day.
ing the sittings of the county court      Bob Shield* sauntered in from
held there commencing  wednee-1 Camborne ou Monday.
The Sco'sinen cf Trout Lake
have evidently lost their taste t"..r
Scotch Vihisky and liaggs, for they
allowed St. Andre's nicht to pass
without the appropriate celebration.
J. C. Murray has accepted the
agency   throughout   the   Lardeau
for   the  Berliner Gram-O-pbone.
Billy K-est I.us cpiit tlie birber
business.
A b'f crowd of minors came
down fr. in the Cup on We.In isday
to attend the obs.quius of comrade Alec Lamg.
Mrs.   E,   C.   Ben tod   has   bee
compelled   to    rest   for   a   week
through   falling e.iid  turning  her
ankle  and   fprainiinr    her  wrisf
Now gentlemen don't  all Speak at J Mr-  aU(1   Mfs-   B«nr»n    removed
'this   week   to   the   Five   Mile  encampment.
once.
Alec M'-Lean wes downyater-
lay from the llorseghon. Ho ic-
pi ris things un that prop-rty
looking very encouraging.
WJien you want a good suit of
clothes Ohbap see Maslersou.
lirilliih & C«».
Hob Hamillnr, th" well known
drummer, pulhrd imo Trout Like
on last  night's  boat.     Defoe,  be
Geo. Morgan, J. IL Rhyner. J
E. Linds'ey, John Kennedy. G. E
Nvllis, J. C. Murdoch, J. Cameron,
and J. II. Swi/.. r came in from
Camborne on Monday.
W. J. N< haw, it dm minor for th"
Ogilvie Floir outfit was niter hiz
oo   Monday.      He considers trade
is far iii advance of previous yi ar*
in ih" Lardeau.
had ohtaiued ,. linn foitin,'on the I U, ,\. Small, Vancouver, i*
wharf he unh. somed himself of a among the attests at iho Feiguson
roar nbout our snow.    If Bob has I Hotel.
any poll with   Lorryay we would ., . ,
sune'tihat  he exert ll  lo bate L Ge? R°gere, 8andon arrived on
the climate adjusted  to sun the   ruesday uig.it with J. C-Lalng-
weight of his overcoat.
our Urge B'ock of ladies', children's mil men's shoes are cheap]
..It- r you take oil'   tl e   20 per lent.
M -   won, Griffith & Co.
Tne idiprovements to tlie main
rink and the new curling riuk will
i. • o 'inpleieil by to-morrow evening.
Fi r lack  of
reas d between Trout  L ik
iho mines.
D. A. Mad uiiild, bro. to Hugh
of tliat elan is working at the Cup.
Kenny Morrison was in town on
Tussday.
J. M. t ii'■■:' r. inspi i tor f mill".-,
made an offii id] vi>.t on Tbursyny
"Old man" McGirr, represent-
ing the Kurtz Oigar Oo. was looking   up   iii*   clients on  Tuiirsd.iy.
Whilst iu  Nelsou reoontly he bud
snow le-uning baa ,he miafortHno tn w, Bnj brPal(
two  t".!|k.     H •  is ab'e  to jauni
around, howevr.
Mise Alma Thomasarriy'ed home     The ontertainment to be given
from Camborne thii evening  nnd 0y th« Sunday school  children on
will  sped  the   winter in Trout Xmas  Eve  promises  to  by very
L 'li' • ■ .- ful.     " M. t'n r G iob ■'    is
DrfveC-iwan was down from thai'he   triflet lo bo es-ayed by t
Cap for a short visit this Wi ck
A   2,000 Qz.
Brick Per
Day.
SILVER    MILL   A   G10ANTIC
SUCCESS.—SILVER OTJP
HAS INCREASED ITS
WORKING BTAFF.
Great Bodies of Clean Ore
To bo Sent to the Smelter at Once.
A  New  Era  is   Dawning.
Advance, the I.trdeau.
Unusual activity prevails at the
Five Mile  camp.     Since November lith the   powerful concentrating and   obloridixing   plant   has
been pounding  away   without cessation.    The mill is exceeding tho
most Minguii..- expectations of the
company and now that its successful  treatment  of luw-giade  baso
ores is an established   fact, we are
on safe gtound  when  wo  predict
that   similar    constructions   will
rapidly rise around  us ami in other parts of li. C.     With the plant
now iiinler complete control there
is every reason   to expect that the
Silver Cup Mines Ltd.  will prove
a   powerful   factor  in   the mining
world.    Since Nov.   14th a brick a
day of gold and silver bullion averaging '_',000 ounces  has been lakeij
from the mill     All  concerned are
iintiirally proud of the output and
preparations   are under   way   to
kiep tlie machinery nmuiiig without a  -top.    With  this object  in
yiew a large force of iniui-rs were
enga^id by the company  to operate at  the   famous   Silver Cup.
Some iii) men   arrived   in town on
Monday Last from   various outside
points aud were speedily engaged,
Tiie i ap has now  assumed all its
old-time activity.    With vnlm s at
this mine   increasing  at  depth as
many men   as  pussiblp   bnve been
put to work sacking   the clean ore
and   pulling  out  c-mcentrates for
tr anient at the mill.    All bauds
were transferred from the Nettie
L on  Thursday.     There  are altogether some 36 men  now employ*
el in   the   the  mill   and   aB many
more in the course of a few days
will be operating at tho Silver Cup
miue.    With   wages   at  the mill
ranging from 18.50   to So per day,
a l>ig. fat payroll   will now ho doN
.... out monthly.    We  are also informed that gr'i.it attention will
he paid   to  the  shipping  of clean
••re and that  a   vast  amount vyill
.. Be it lo   the smelter  during tho
forthcoming winter.
and
Tin... Bai ibe iu was down from
the Cup ..a Wednesday attending
tho funeral ol Altx, Lung.
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i I.q bosom of tin ir fainill. », A n 1
w h il'a ih.- matter w ti in ikinu
the r ingcs worth w Idle si y 100,
.'Kill and ytK) yar Is. Thi, juuld bo
dono nice Iy   were   the box   t'. ho
p'i'C"d  on   I1 .•   Alcnlei: | on  inldi
Hon n in   the   o id   o\'   I'.irk Btieo
with lie laigel • place l nt ill ■ rl |
fereiil r Dig -   ml   i n iho ni" ..I iw
li i:. Worlh C'ol Bill iriltl 'II linyw li
and   will   he   u   great   d al  b III   I'
pricii<v than standing off 50 yards
and plugging with a 32 .-hint.
Proparationi arc being made I'm
a Christinas tree to he  held in the
youngtei's.   The ticketsshonhl boh
like " '' il ' ■
Sunday   cvciiing    the    Clt ral
Soolelj will   render another Song
s, i ■, io I,   Mr.   Butroy   will Jgivu u
. I Iress.     Al] luvited.
Jim   M" !">'  and   -.>• f • were in
■, VYmlnos lay.
M • : - .' 0. and ,f. I. lil g w rili
to us a., follows :
Dense allow ns through the ' Review '
■ i. -1    ply . istoful iv ■ :n" io nil
mil (riomla « ho did so inucli to
i ■■ ■ i ! blow «. hlch has i
heln 11 ni us.   On bchsll ..i our pai mi
in il Id I'ountry, we thank them,  i'"i
onro'.vn pari il. sny tokens of afl b-
.'. .■  1 i  a  ureal   n ilnco   ill I  ll
nflllction, aid wo deeply thank everyone
f... all that has beau dune for us,
1'. consequence of n gro i* demand
for uinii -r for loc <] building opcr-
'■;. " . th ■ Ferguson Saw Mill i-
doing double shlfl  and  a bit of
ivcrtlmu.
Qu'lo H o fu nl mt thing 11 to' Ice
in t io p ..it busy time is the
man who when there were no
''bands'   rerpVtred  would  persist
cntly iiiake a  pretuuuu  of looking
Skating   Rink
to be Built in
Ferguson.
BY LOCAL ENTERPRISE THE
SUM OF 11,500.00 HAS BEEN
RAISED. THE RINK IS NOW
BEING PROCEEDED WITH.
Methodist   Church   on   ('lirisHmis ' for w.u k and now    well, lie just in-
Eve.   Tho children of the  Sunday   persisteutly   dodges    it—plus  tin
school arc preparing music  for the   pretence.
occasion, nnd a good time is expeo
ted.    The tne will l.e ..pen for th.
The Triune mine is reported ti
ie looking exceedingly good   witi
public, and all arc invited p, noi
and bring presents for their friends   ^'^"t development.
A colic, tion will take   to 1
fray Ihe oxpensi
i
Don'l (orgei the masquerade bull
■ the "i" ru llou.so on the 26th.
•' A Ions pull, a strong pull, and
a pull altogether" has had tho
above much desired effect. To
the enthusiasts who conceived tho
notion nnd speedily sent tho hat
round we make a most profound
bow, The popular winter pastime
will now recoive the fullest attention of both sexes, The hoys who
delight in chasing the ■' erratic.
puck ' have n pi'cleiitinus pro-
gram for the whiter term, and
great things are OX pes ted from tho
local players. Tbe inauguration
of a i iik at Ferguson should in no
maim r antagonise financially the
link i: Trout Lake, rather will it
not help out the latter if a pro-
gi nn .b at ouuo detailed iu which
both ■• .vn.- will have their quota
ol homo matches Where enthusiasm and friendly rivalry prevail
ihe money will follow wi'h the
crowd. Tho dimensions, ti the
Ferguson rink will be li)0x&0.
Largo and well built dressing
rooms w ill be constructed, b sliding
to I i- to be made, and a grand
i ind . SQted. The win.In building
I will he lighted hy electricity; The
Townsite people very generously
I donated three lots, and XV. B, Pool
Ishows  "is   goodwill   by   giving all
tin i OeSSary water from tho
| Wnten irks.     Wotk  on  the sin.
has  been  commenced, aud Bome.
1 .lo/,. n men are culling  the  timber
' in tin I ttth,
■
■; MMH
.•T--W -*' V***-
(I
Tho   LAR&&AU \':.
t-VIEW. S
: . l'i int J al Tmnl Laki Illy, ana 1
ul .'.'i'i..u....ii en 1..... i i ,,..
Til ■ i ■ ni.i  nolil  lone., II rex
bin I'...- ;.;'■ opinions of cm-reap
Iji'i-s.. i Ill n.ee.inaiii-..'. .1     I'm
All I '. ill will i..   ohHl'iJi 1   il   Un
•• nil i p       ie, , ainl H
I.■'» • Inscilion.
:   ■       :..i I'i-ic .-nt unil otl - r n Ivertisti
Will I.. ... !.• kii...' no:..
S inscription lion a you    li ml..
MURRAY <&, ATHERfON PubBsben
Whe
n wi
1  the
shrewd bu
-in. ■
men of
the
•   j
■■   a nn
■
> lie ma
tii
of elei
trie
ilhnnir
for . ur
sir
.is''
It
is nigh
tii .e
hat  ll
e p
rogresi
ive
spirit
eommi
nitv
asBer
ed
ii        in :!   '
reapi
The   di
I'm
and   <
pari . '
the
busin
should
n
an in i
ntiy
■ to  l
■
sai !
th • evi
I'f.iSl
ing  tl
.
■
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munity
-.. i ii
OW.
'
(
•
-   fool:
i.  C. ■
thosi   i\. ■
.,      ..!;,''.
lv,,, b.i    , pulleys, un ' quantity saw-
|i ■■.
t table,:.' plocss wator pipe,
■*. tc'.llilier. .      planer.  aipleto with Bttlngs
iv, before ^losing  thi rwo iron planks, 4 osstkwheelsi
would ii si like to sav   thai I nnt ft One piece tan-inch pipe,
ill,. ,-., I   .... i     i ' ' ,-i       J-' pieces cintiny^,
"'ll    h;IVt'   nn-   ii   liberal one quantity square blocks,
newspaper, 1 remain  a liberal and One wood shovel, 4 circular saws,
ii m   likely  to  be  up   attain I   the "ne piece angle Iron, ous hand-saw,
tores in ihe\ iy of business when-1 One coil sprocket chain,
,..,,.,-,. ,.   ,      -.     | , ,     One water bucket, ons oonveyor,
>" thej choose to throw down the 0ne *> devil,* iron scrapers'onetjuan-
gauntlet at  in  eection  or at any        tlty saw-dust, ..no portable engine
other time.    1   know  the people of       "Case."
Tr. ui   Lake,   both   conservatives P"0■*w**?.,n M!?1*,
,,,j i;i   ,   .. .    i   ,        ., ,      One ouaii itvslnh-wood, one son re lion
and lii'.iais. much  betti r than thi ,      [J0Xi .
Kootcnaian and I can say thai tin   One tool-house and contents,
only "heelers" who everhroke out One wood hopper, one lodging house.
hi this qajuip, of either  party, were  0ne 'l,m,,tit>' 'pniber
\.aslo
thing, the conservatives
scjuure   light  and  won
tiny should be
»acj. i or insulted for doing
duty to their party tl would
aw,H... 1 inii Heel like that oi
Coottnaian  to
A Grass insult.
Editor of Thi  . I
Trottl I al .■  i',.
Dear Sir: —in   the   iv
nn an of a few  days ago appear 1
an article which for malice an I
ill un. horitablenesB to]
fch<ng in Bight.
t; commences    by    pa -.-ing   a'i
opii ion On a qu it kn
■ 'i. ah.nit ::    '
sei i from
A no li.i
put  up a
quar. Iy. nnd why
r io'.
their
take
the editor
di ""in.
'Ih.' liberals In re lost, bul it was
n •!  '.. . " e oi    Bob   Green—the
■ iii .i can   take   that morse!
. I co : fort to i;.; soul Ho
that is ti lither horc nor there ;
n hal I want d to Bay is the T u ii
said not s iv nl when the liberals
i i Ki slo ci dm il 70 of a majority
.   " I obtained 1 while
One sheet sue
And I give notice that I ahull offer the
i ,ii.l goods and chattels for sale by public auction at the lewu •.( Poplar, n. C.
mi Wednesday the 7th day of December
1904 al the hour ol eleven ..'clock in the
forenoon. Dated tills 83rd day of Nov.
IWOJ.
(jEO. M. Vl'IL'
Depnty Sheriff, North Kootenay,
'Tn.ut lake, II. C.
ersci
DEFAULT .SUMMONS.
IS the Count) Conn of Kootenay ■ holdeo
ni Trout Lake, between Kobarj Uaddeti
and 1 onis Levosqee, dMog business n-
.'.luddcii il: Leveaque, of Trout Lake.
i'..C., hetelkespers. plaintiffs, and
Walter B, Curtis, ol Trout Lake, B.C.,
lahorer. defendant.
by ■      - . whole tow
And all for why'.'     B.
GalhhcT '
Troiii   I ake.      Had   tho  i
.    I id .Mr. Galiih i be
then   might
■
,y
•:•
in
■
ni
bend
son:, excuse for bucIi an undigr
'
.    I, and
-
: t:t   thai
.'• .
the Hoi G    i.
;- r e.  ll-
par
I •'.
:. pany,    i he
luiian  I.
nn nil ' ■ I   b. i •■   made to -.   .
.. ban.
........
'in.,. f Trottl
........
■
Ii ill I r   V, " •
cabinet
We wonder  if rlhe  \i
• learn all thi|
.    made.
ti.ir   joui i al  which   claii
..
i aiio   has
Hfhii
p. oi le
guts and   I
■
Tho ] r Ti
c. i r.   ■ nd
■
in the mill i in
only   moans  in  theii
force the hand ..;" a  .
to all wi ■
of .
id ol
tin in   faithfully   and  git
; . do .i." right!
i     it!*- :
.  |
asked thi    I! >n.   K    '•'.
i dp them   was
fit, for . ••
■i.
'     Is oui      presents
fairly by a
i f  the   Kaslo   i '• i the
... i. 1    '   Green r< spoi ■
call is io hie credit, and I
! j of thi
li-ui.n a man ci' rnally   l
his I'll" ;^ |
people in   Kasl
the <' '
I-'.   tcnaian.
Again, tii    mil]
not a "l.iii ted"<        rn i
alldozed", tin   :
■: ii i- disprov .1   I y   i
when its  band   v,
Green,   at    the
Pre , i
.. nta on tl
waa not Lu ll"
ai of th
•, ■  ■
"
anj i a.-
"busti d   lun i
1. lib li'' l'i
Then, lo ivi d  i
Bkito,. i
■
him ton
lv iii-   i
toriefl ' :
I'Ci.'p!"   i I    li,"    '    ,  11
pclilio '    ill Id I •■
intervention  • •
lid p.-r cent ..f   Ihu
Lake- end   In. mo
li SUltS III   'J foul    '
lo his expects
era!' of Trout  l.nk   i laimi -I
an   even   break   here   nnd   had a
If the   Kaslo   libera Is
had  an  oun  i i f sense they
id . ive b '-'it up the whole
ie of tli t  pitiful  In!' I. -. t -
• >r . i  the   Kootenaian, i
11  than wantonly insult their friends
TAKE   NOTICE,
eight days after
Cue  thing is cei
■
.' i", th •   Kontennian   has   done
ites •.. In- .!■. business hi re he
g< o I and  until the   gross insult
! 'it oi been aton-
. no cordiality
of   th" party
ic ro Thanking you
Mr. 1 ion I am,
You;- faithfully,
. >       . A 1 • I-'.
Noi!C3 of SiL.\:?a rhJ Sale.
that "tider snd
■ ef execntl m Is-
■
•
I.. Mai
in il. U I  to ii i
'.    ■ ebaltets
ant  I  hav.
namely:
■
■ •■ r.
-     . r.
.  Left,
able,
• .
that unless within
the personal service
ol thi* summons on you, you return lo
the Registrar of this Court at Trout
Lake the dispute note below, dated
sndsigned by yourself (oryoui i-oli-
eitor), and stating briefly your ground"
of defence lo the action, you will no;
afterwards l"- allowed to make any
ca to the claim which the plaintiff nmke- on yen, as per margin, the
particulars of which are hereunto an
nexed ; hut the plaintiff may, wide
out giving any proof in support of
such claim, herein proceed to tiii.il
judgment and execution. If you re
turn such dispute note to the Kegis
trar within trie time specified, thsReg-
istrar will send y in, by p ist, in.'ice ol
the day upon which, the action will be
I
I83.7&I    Fee   for  plaint  and
IS,   solicitors   f'.\.
. i":i! amount of debt and ci its,
,'.'•'..7". ; C .ata of (tarnisbc i, J,!.10 ; 1'i.l.ii
o.chid;
Dated ibis 19th davnf Penlember, IDOt
F.C CfA •.' U     : .
Registrar of the Court.
mm
. i
.
..
We are giving 2C
per cent off on ALL
of our Shows cf Di'y
Goods &, Hardware.
Groceries are all c«.:l
down in proportion.
GET OUR
PRICES.
-',••
m-
CEB flFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
SOTICE.
Broken flill mineral daim, situate in
ng   Division »f   Wre:
.' t diatriot.
When —On Rapid Creak, ad
orning \\j. Coro i.
Take Notiea that I, <». It. X   W ilkie.
Porter,
i.il. in-
-   ' I
nr 1  i !• r a
r   tho
of obtaii rn Grant of
•in.
.\.'..'. '     ' ■::■  '   I' 'it
under section :-7. must  be commenced
■■ -i  - •    • I  IUI .. (Vrtiiicnle k»,.
Of  ilej"
..' Kovembai. i.D.
GUI. N. MILK11
ants.
■    •   ..    W'-
NOW
A LADDER OF SWORDS.
By Gilbert Parker, cloth, $1.50
.
t,.   i      .    ' N ■ •, • r
the   l'i    ipt'CtM   it   '
gilt.
\S'|
i deau
"otel
i
j'iar.Ili:N visiting rorgnsoii you
t •••  .   t|. ■ Lir', -.:i
J    i;  :. I.     H ire   the   r    I
a i    w 1    1 •    . irrom d"d   with
;" ciunfoi Is,    IDxcolloiil
'.!'.'   ■    •',.   ii- .    w. .   -.. i.i late I
!   « •mi   i.i ins,   well
evi rything which
ir '. i-it a
nl and ' le one.
- fr in ■';! -1 y
ur patrons.
THE 1
By H.S
THE MY
ByD.W
HOPE.
Merriman, elotb, 1.50
.  ■     ['RING
:i v*ii ni.1.50
RGusen,
POSTER'S'BRIDGE'MANUAL
Cloth, 1.50
Building Trad»a Pocket Hook
Lu.-iii". - Man's Pockel L.">k
Meehi hie'   Pockel Mem randum
Three vols.   1.50
I'ii! hv the I.itsrnatlooal Correspond-
BcllOOl nt $1 each  our price tl.'.O
rNEt-SOIM, B. C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Ham. Bacon
The   Town   of   : ON
Will   he  one  of    I '..       ( ,, ,■
tire Producing Cimps in ilm
World.    'Ii...   hi •'!.   ,i	
succvaa    n- the
numerous  WE t L I'll i    and
I'KiM  TlCAI.   BR1 I 181J   and
A M RRIC \V   M I \IMO
OOMPANIEt   now on i it ing
there   ia   n     tribute   to    I
tienii ndoiiH wealth of tl
• I
? S * V i
.1
with
folly
. **-       • .
■
•
A.CKIM0N and
aERLaND
Celebrated Lr I- ••!
and i
NELSON,
riADDi;N HOUSE
•      \   .
C
'alter
TV and sui...
B   C.
IHUcsrHtn • i
Mslaon, ll.i'.
I> i i i.-i ir r.l ;i i-uiol'.iliilC.. lionie?   If-oliy
w.ii ntrnlshsd r.K.in«
: i... ,: elrloltr, n.-i-.-.n-. board,   i..
."i will Un.I all Ih.' I-   '   :■;.,.   le' and
■ li il |l | oo     '  le! '
Thomao Madden   Pron-
lE. Ferguson &Co.
A   i   ■   -     ' i ' n    i•■
li   fou..u ,i   ,•.     en ui,
I ,
. i
-
,.   |,„
'   .
I
i
•
.  VVftiti r
•   • •. ami '.v
'  .
! II    ■      'i  ai nre
ll i  ,
.   .I<    m- In   Wines,  I
■ ian    Agents f..r Pnbst Beer.
NELSON, I J, C.
H
I'ii'..lie Bi 1. ml, II •; tal, and
• ui er Insttintlnna. li m
U aterwi iL system,
Stores   nnd   Ri st'di 'icct   dhi-
ii.iiicd by Ei. ■ 'i Daily
mall .'.rvie,..   The I
is Rdmirnbly laid oul    Qol In
\<»W  on  ih •  <;,, Liml   fjcmr.
Lots can  now  n    purchased
i-'Ron
$75
t'i»
Mem. OI.C.A.
CHARTBRBD ACCOUNTANT
'    .i I an i'..i.« "i Comn i ■
NKLJION, •
T0WN5II.   .       NT
uffiY FLOYD
RRVEf-STOKB, IJ. C.
.
i Id \\ ini r 0   •
iRGUBON - - B. 0.
L
CD
LAND DCFLECTORY
; rawing Co
LdMITED
Brewers of Beer & Porter.
KEPT AT ALL HOTELS,
ROWLAND.    -    -    B. C.
.    .
Prospectors' Exchange
BEATON, B.c.
V
i lulls- srrlvln ■       tin
•  ' rrowhend, mil flu.l j
hlM 'I iliin   ■
1-1 olnis .,,1      i icolli il  .
. ipse a dliilnii liaii     11,,.
.in l Cigars.   1'orsonal sitiwrvisl in Is i..,,,
patrons  Msllon to the I nrdoaii ean rely
I
no r.
Ihlshntnl,
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop,
M»CMEM-HC .    ; v .;■.;., ;V
v   *-•■•*_
rM . ■->      11
<SBJB
■BBS aJL
nting of'every desc
s'i"' '
< ■..;■ -
H be faithfully executed at the Review Job
Hockey Prospects.
,-...-'    icy   l-rOipCCT.5. I| *      .   /rM     www-.,.      .       ,
, ,„, .„;;„ ,, I,, ! L A K E V i li W HOTE1
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
ih boyi i" got riiiht down to prao
tics for tho forthcoming season.
There must be no   delay   as a well
trained team of medium can always "go through" a high grade
team of untrained men.   We have
the mail I'nl iu Tioiit Lake for a
really Bplo< did combination a' d
the sooner ihe b \> combine and
polish up their skates the Letter.
'    re 'i e  a   o» enthusiast!  just
bursting lo make a start and it be-
1 . !    ■ od hockeyiflte to jump
in al "!""     At  !•'. rguson limy are
an A. 1. team and
iii that   senior and jun -
mr combinations will  be out after
I  .     Be ween  the   two cities
■    i    :'       '1    limes   should    I"'
mi dc this winter.    Neither are th
BAR WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Liquors and Sigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
bvirst Class. Hoard.
LEGAL
FRED 0. ELLIOTT,
BARBI8TER, NOTARY
POBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, B, 0.      nnd Ferguson.
Madden & Levesque   -  - Props
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
Till'.   PIONEER
niiae tnis winter,    deuner aro tne IT   a -,   -p^ _j
rji-uirx* Livery and Dray Stables
il    w.n ni    for ad vers iriea
With tin- Oj ■ ning ol a rink iu !•'. r-
!•.. al   hocki y  will  receLe a
nulus     Friendly livalry
at all timi -   is   a   much   desired
- •• cialty and the  precedent e tal -
i. h  I ii" late fon ball w»-
ild le nn inci ntive i., all
■ t   the  puck car ■  -
W •  hope io our neat issue to
iii oporl   tii it   the local
ha ■   ii '   foi thcii |
l," and tl  ll .1 ] TO] .'I'.'.-ui-
rmulated.
Saddle, rack and Cartage Horse i Alw I
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
♦-♦-*-«■»•« ^
>_ves   i .i.i..n at IS D'crock I « Ti    t Lake 1
Leaves I       - in, vis Trout Lake I n .
Branch Stablcaat Trom Lake, Bi it. n, I ■ b,,rne
IMPERIAL BANK   OF
Oeo,8.MoCurtar, J. A. tlarrs]
A. M.  Plnkbam.
HARVEY HoWRTER & PINKHHAt.
BARRI8TE1
S0LT01T0R8, Kte.
REVi-.LSTOKE' E3. C.
Bran   i ■. '!,■.•■( at Qolden, Pernio an Fori
| . li. i.'.
■  rs Cor Imperial Bank of Canada,
JOHN MAIllIliG SCOTT,
B. A., t-.L. S.
City   Drug    5
Lmc   of Choice Stationery
Just deceived.
ALSO,
A SPECIALTY.
School supplies, proprietary medicines.
Toilet apticles, etc  prescription Work
STPICTLY   CASH.
RISTERS.80L1 ETC.
-'a; ion.
B. C.
B.
:,.    >: .1':
Genera! Mining News,
iher jump li-*
I :     •  . 59 mat k
• \   decid-
i. i ity  ' .
of tl        ..I i. finery
nd /. ii.
r ign   demand  has
up to   ! ■"• •
j. u
1 ...   qqd quoted
■
I he   ' I    • dc, tie
mine  of  the
50 cents.
■
rl
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorised, $4,0 '
Capital ;•«:; up] •   8 WO.OOO
Best  •      - 8,800,000
tb* Nortl      . Pr .
r I:  UERRITT, 1    ■ D. ':. V   I
K. II \V, A ' \V. Ul
■
■
If .it    l.iV*.     II.    C  llrarikh-A    Qtatral 1 rjniactcJ
tmeiit—D
i
FERGUSON
'. :      " . :•  '.T
lining Review	
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Best Hoteljin Town,
Bfltyrtn lor ffiii aid Commercial Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. ^cLENN^N,   PROPRIETOR
W.  /Ibrahanison
Coi»tr:'3*
And BiiMar.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
a I
For   Yourself
Don't Pay
IWKER,
1.1....    '
; .1 V. ni    -    N, .. i. . i
■
'
the i
,,•-.'
lion   III    He-:
Pn       •• of I'.iii
■
•     ■.•■!     ■
in ordei ■
i ?4 of Ihe mine
n- ■>! lliil
■
I tl     advert
' Inline
i • the in. Li ■
lion  i of  the mineral
lot    ■    'i    Dated al
Inv ..I Nofi
pin .l**. w  I.ivikuitoh
Co-Owi ,.i.
.). O. MURRA1 .
-•i i i.iKi:. B. C.
irefully
■•1   niter.
Ac nl foi in    •» in
V.M. Wtrstfall «5c Cu.
GRof^n AG!;vr F,,I! r,ny
LESSEE of the ALEXANDRIA HALI
FERGUSON, B.6.
v:i POWDER
EASY TERMS.
i'ost Office   Bl.'Ck,
Main Street.
Minim H
Rannrt. '1 ' In,
11',..,,., i. Houcntand Hold,
. Prop, i dm I
■
nop,
I n(i lltle*
.  ■;.- •;
■
.   ,..i...,.e.'Packing and   Fcrs"s':;
assaying =    Freighting
-.'
son   packing I
nd
fransfer  Outfit.
SURVEYORS
4d ..r ^iher...
Hold and Silver
'
'
SOTIt.'l       i       ■ !• ' I I     \M>   ' Ml .
■• .. king; of Mil
'   .. ■■
-   vice, s   • inj «. •   undertake
...tl 50   ■'•
5   SHANNON,   <\?s.iyrr
I UROUSONB. C; :'
      tl so
.
Silver and Lead  :' W   .-.
Copiajr          I 00     .
	
Ferguson.      s. Daney, p?c
."",
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•
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O.B. N WILKIE, P.LS.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Miner.il Claims Snrveyed
sad Crown drains Obtained
Itaaldan is- Nej I ..        . I .flliv,
Tnnil Ink. . II I
A. B. HEYLAND,
II.. \ iNrlAI. I AMi ItrBVKTOB
?I; ..rn! (Jlaims Survey, d
POP! ak. KASLO
Lennoxville
•   E. MOBBS, PROP-
Hotel and
General Store
OERRARD
B. C
, .'"TL_P^tg*^^^^__3*^PrirNUy>l-sFi
© K
1 JSarber Shop
0
I
— TOR A —
Good Shave or Hair Cut
— CALL ON —
Wiiliam Schnell,
TROUT   LAKE
Q C
Hot and Cold Baths.
IX" •»v3-«jM_»»€_Vt»'4
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Wnteli repairing,   etc.     All  work
Uuuranteed.
H. Jones,
i'i n ling.
I .ni   Binders,   Fim
.',,!
NELSON, IJ. C.
Oiillws Bloct, Trent Lake,B.C.
SEW YORK LIFE ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
Fob Investment and Puotkctios.
THO.-. TAYLOR. Aucnt.
RlVELSTOn      AND       TltCUT LaKK.
ft. W. EDGE
v
.SOP,'
X'zs :.-;...;.-
i. ii in ,i under and
•Hi-
i ly eourt of Ki
il...   II  in .l.li.ei K I.el.
..i   iik .i ,■ | inn.i
'..     1|
'
I .-
1
ii. iIii nl. fork ..I
reek 1 I lis til. <•
i  .   .....    [nnex min
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i ■. ■ nell   mid   i ii'ii.w.'H
i - |
inn un.l I
I
I  ■  • ■ a > *pI
1   I '  v   . .
inii , i. in, ilmi  I will offer ("i
I ti.e Courl
• | .    11. C, on Saturday
l».'i .Lei.   '"I   Rl   Hie
.1
, .    dati ii'i.im in
tin. laid mineral claim . Dated al i ronl
uke, U t  . ".■•"'•i     \  D   '04.
(I HO. M   > a 11 1 .
Deputy Me nil ol Nortd Kootonnj
I n Ui, lllle, II, U
Has  made Us soSe Dsstribatisig A
•
Paiqtcr
Decorator
iLM
au.
fR(U T   LAKli
B.C.
WE have the Largest, Best, ani Cl&apest Assortment of
Evers.1 I Hf you can't'
Come and See for Yourself ^ZZJT^l^,
WE WILL DO  THE REST.  :.
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
A. G. FRASER  -  - - TROUT LAKE.
CASH     PRJCiiS     PAID
F. A. Newton
Mii'iNG IJROKER
losr,lanc     • -    B. C
Mcmbei 'toitlsnd Stock Exchange
I vii.i '. i ,- LardeiiH Stocks U'rli ■ n»-
I .... -    -.	
Additional Lake Locals.
It is fimli retond   Unit a  l. r
addition fa to lie n side to the jvo^'k
ing force al Ihe Lucky Boy,
The Laities' Aid of the Metho
jlisi Church vrill give mi " A'
Home" ;.l ihe parsonage oii Frluaj
evening, Doc. 9th, to begin al 7.30
A program of music, games, am
other nmusemepts will ensure at
enjoyable evening, after whicl
light  rcfre-hmcnta will be served
■
■"•"f v*
. arc
invited.    Admission 25c,
».-, i'  ■   -.
vJ   C.     .
A Conversasione will be held in
the Oddfel ow's Hail on Wedne;
day, Hen. 7th, Gami b, cards and
music. Refreshments from lOto IJ
p m. : dance afterwards. Admission
50o., children over !<) half-price,
under ID free.
Winnipeg, .Man.. Nov. 26, v..
Messrs. Mai-U'iMin & Griffith,
Trottl Lake.
Gentlemen,
We have your letter of the 19tb
hist, enclosing circular, which «°
h.i\v read carefully, and must
lhat short and concise as il i.-. i
embodies more i oanuoti ■ at. tin. i
we have Been in ciroulars for
some time.
We hope you will meet with the
Buccess which you deserve, and
that ihe public will thoroughly bh-
preciatc tl..- sacrifice which yt>n
make <n their behalf to give them
goods nl a low priee.
Yours tiu'y.
The J, Tf. Asiin.nvv.
Hardwark Oo., Ltd.
For Salk: ],<>ts .'l.-. and 36
.iliK'k 17. Troul Lake. Apply to
iMrn. .1. II. German, 606 Univcn   y
fit. Seattle. Wash.
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   I. O.O.F
NO. 41
Iti'Kiil.ir mrptlmr* In ' ' In
'S.'P     Oddfcllow'a   Hull   .      ..
lu. vl.iy nlfhl nt   •
o*otook.   vlalting '   in
3*^     era cordially weloomi
ftei M lminiry, N..J.        J. Sctiinltt, 8-
Siahwood
FOR SALE....
J ck Crawford
or
Andy Craig.
NOTICE.
1 hereby give notice that
meeting <if tho  Hoard of 1
pommisBioners of  the Aim
License district, to be held
Mining Recorder's < Iffice al
Lake on  December  15th,  I
shall apply for permission \/o
f.r my license n.r the Comn
ll..   I. Poplar, to Chari    H
Dated November IBth, 1904,
W. Hani
the
IIM'
rtl.
the
..:.i
I  1
11!"-
li.li
-■ill I.
V.
NOTICE TO (M-uvynki;,-
'lu 7. Gordon Goldberg and t.. 1. Qold-
berg or i" any person o  pen m to
whom il.ey  mi.y bsve tram erred
their Inter.
Take Notice,   l   the undersis   dco
owner with yon in the Little Rob ■ I nnd
Li tils Robti i No, 8 mineral i lain - situated at the extreme head of I
fork of Lardeau creek iu the Tn     ' iki
in ■ Ing dlvl   in of Wi .a Kooti   ij .ii«
trietsud province ol British C  iimbin
liars done the required work on tin
above—mentioned mineral elaimi    . th
yeai l'.«).'l iii onler to hold theautne nn-
iler taction W of the roineisl aci and I'
within 90days of Ibis notice you fail or
refuee   to   contribute voir   p-ion ol
inch sspendlture lor work done    nether with the cost of tllif a h'"i   ..nent.
your Interest in the Hal.I miner, .. lalmi
nill become  the property of  i.iesub-
m rlbed under section 4 of tl
Act Amendment Act of  19<>'       ted
Ti mi Lake this 7th day of Octolier, '01,
J. C. KIRKI'ATRh
i'e.7'0) i   owner,
NELSON    DIREOTO .Y.
WATCHES.
^Vo lire watch people first of all.
Wu make watch,   our g i  | ip< ci
ally.    We nie In Li i  11 ilversui
watch providers,   We I   ., t uf :ln.
''ii-ivo   Rti -k   and
vice,    '.'i    i ill  ■
■
tail  wati li   Irado.    (inei i
. alv iys a | atron,
Bqyiug Mnicbes in ii.   losntit)
Unit WO de, V o   aie   I 'I'.'      ll 10 *6-
■ ore discount    imp - 1 to lln
smaller deal i. aud    n m lli.m
ov*r t'<  you   nt  n ecu i ponding
I.-■iiicii.ui iii pi lee,     V. i a  um foi
jirie.'H
Ewert Bros.
ion, Rosalnnd, Troll
Notice of Seizure and Sale.
Notice is hereby given that under and
l>y virtue of certain warrants of execution leaned out ol Ihe Supreme Court of
HritiHh Columbia in revernl actiont
Wherein E. l. Kin man, c. c Cleveland and U, K Cleveland uarrvingon
business as J. L. Goodhue * Co'. Boyd,
Burns and Company, Limited, The
VancourerEngineering Vv'orks, I imite.l
Northern Machinery Company, Albioi
Iron IVorfts Company, Limited, are re
spsetlvely plainuffi and tbeCanadiai
Timber ami 8«w Mills, Limited, an
defendants and to me directed against
tha goods ami chattels of the sai.1 Canadian Timber and Saw Mills, Limited, f
have seised and taken In execution th<
following described noo.ls. and chattels,
namely :
IN ENGINE ROOM.
4 wood horses, 1 tube expander,
1 pair engine brasses,
1 qnantity grease cops.
] lubricntoi, 1 angle valve,
1 quantity mill supplies,
I » 1 chisel, 1 aet pipe .lies,
;;.i wrenches, I large Hje stock,
i pair calipers, l i".:< gauge glasses.
] bos nuts, I double luunuier,
l qnantity steel chieejs nad punches.
I steel ieVer. 1 cupboard,
l piece rubber hose, Saxes 1 fork,
1 quantity tire brick, 1 step laihler,
l pillar block,
1 .I'.iek and dies for pipes,
1 quantity grease cups,
I quaniily Hies.
l lot ass irted steam packing,
l Bteam   whistlci  l quantity rubber
packing,
1 cot.neetlng roil, 1 pipe cutter,
" piiir chain longs,
1 small die stock,
- boxes  brass  linings,  1  box ruhlier
llOSO,
1 set copper oilers,  1   piece iron pipe,
i galvanised wash-tub,
I pevie stock,." pieces iron,
6 pieces castings, 3 shovels,
" iron pokers, 1 pick,
1 piece :l inch pipe.
IN MACHINE  SHOP.
1 brtast ilrill, 1 quantity paint,
1 quantity ri io*. 1 quantity puaohes,
8 i.ioiikey wrenches, 1 hex screws,
1 boxaxo handles,:; pieces tittin„'s,
ll' bog knives, IS small pinions,
I gasoline1 torch,
I   piece iheet copper.
l quantity steam pa.'kin,;,
i ratchet drill, 1 quantity files,
I quantity taps, ,t pieces shafting,
1 n.iiit.lrel,  1  qnantity  holts and fittings.
1 quantity lath tools,
I quantity babbetl metal.
1 quantity .bills. S oil cans,
5 .il cans, l quantity castings
1 iron pulley, 1 hex livets,
1 pulley wheel, 1 lairing machine,
1 blacksmith's longs,
2 Ikiiou olectris fittings,
1 quantity cotton waste,
2 hose buckets
1 quantity chalk, 1 brush, 1 hack saw,
1 qnantity can.lie h l.-k.
4 lathe chuck, l quantity wood bushing, I. emery stone,
1 ke^ nails, l quantity fittings,
l blacksmith's vice,
i quantity iron Bxtarea, 8 hammers,
1 J.u k screw, 1 ]'i|>r I
1 roller door. 1 grindstone,
*.' boxes (mrii ga, I slii;, auger,
1 scrubbing brush, 1 steel punch bar,
1   IIXP,  I  pipe I
1 shingle saw carriage,
l quantity flsbesl is paper,
4 emery stones, l quantity iron braces
ON MAIN FLOOR.
1 rnianiiti sud mill supplies
(L.: '  ■ '
;tha fire hose n :■•:■■ snd bracket,
i I piw i ihafth ■;. . Is,
2 pevles, I - -t i rope,
1 p.: cl  bar, 11 ■     .ler,
l la'lle, I Is o sine.
■
1   I »'S.
I m.
0 ihii
1 qi i
ii ii
X ii, in bei trucks,
. sit] I idil ., l can grente,
l quantity  brick,  :; Iron  convey, r
lioxes,
rope, team pipes and fit
tings I lo i Inche  iliairs I .
No. 2 )
I piece ,r dea I,
•   .
chaii , 1     .. 'i lev. ■
...  I shafting boa
l i I 'biveblo. k, i loe bamnier,
I arc ...
•i ..-.si nun roll     ,   bell tlglitnors,
l paii pi .• ton
I qua ii'i ulai .   d bol
li aide lien Is f. ■
illen   I ii.■'  ni oe . a'row,
1   automatic   iow sharpenor,   1   coil
wirn.
1 quantity link belting,
I  l -I r.      iter'l   I Sill b, I e.in oil,
) wood «. ,.   ;, pieces ihaft-
Ing,
? sacks asbestos,
1 piston connection,
t . PBOARD ON MAIN FLOOR,
i pli '■   ' ii ro| i, 1 crosneul taw,
I shovel, .,ie qunulll y 'nee leather,
intity scrsws, 3 steel 'riftn,
i pli mil ,vii ',
i . i  e pot, 1      mi itv bo
j
ON I     .    .
I re I      ,iii :.,;,.
I anlei hit      l.l- in,ii,
i li    sr, I
lbs slmim eyliiuli
■
ai rullci ivil,
'
istings,
: .Drier ski.I,
One I I iei|
On. -! al
"'•■  i    r win. h bandies,
wheels,
One Irou  poker,   I carj snler's woik
1
I '"il laiioil l.iii ro| '•
40 eircuii'.r saws,   2 pieces saw blades'
:' piece - castings, - hammers,
ii liritziiiL' irons,
Hue  lever  aud  ratchet,   one shaft
clliir,
One I'l.inl'inalion shears »ml punch,
i    i' water bucket, one SRff anvil.
(ine brazing machine,
One atriiiglit cl^e steel,
One car barge,
hiigteeil emery v, heels,
3 boxes saw tfelh, one pinion,
One quantity saw tiles,
And I give notice that I will offer ihe
aid goods and chattels for sale by pubic auction at the premises of the said
lefendants at the town of Trout Lako,
!. v., on Tuesday, iho 16th day of
>')veuihnr,  1004,   at    tho   hour of ten
'clock in the forenoon.
Dated this8th day of November, 1904,
This sale is adjourned until   the i'!h
lay of December,  1'jCM owing to inter-
.leader proceedings being taken.
OH). M. Yl'ILL,
Deputy Slu riff, North Kootenur,
Trout Luke, 11. O.
'U80AN    LODGE    U.   D.
A. F. & A. M.
8rd    Thnrsday     each     cioutb
Visitors Welcome
,so Forddreil, Pee, G. N. Taylor, \V. V
It   pays  to  use  the   Telnphone.     A
lengthy trip can ol'len be SRVsd,   Offlcei
at  Ferguson ! Cummjus' Sum  ; Troul
Lake, JJuSl Ofllcoj about Ilealon, Com •
ap.'ix aud irro.tvhe'ad.
REVEL8T0KE A9SESSM ENT DI8T,
Take Notice that I shall hold a Coil rl
of Rovision and Appeal, under the As-
lossment Acl, 1908, for Ibe Reveistoke
Assessment District, on Monday the
twenty eighth day of November, 1004,
lit   tlie  hour  of  eleven   o'clock   ill   Ihe
forenoon, at the court house, Rovoistoke,
Dated m Reveistoke, this 1st day ol
November, 1004.
(Tits. M   FIELD,
Judge of the Court  of Revision
and Appeal, liovelstoke Assess
men! District of West Kootenay.
POPLAR     DIRECTORY
.
THE QUEENS
Al>r;uiam.v.>M   Bro«., Prgprictors
, , :i:mii,v,. ni:u' an.i   irinaT-CLAW I* all B*MrS0m
Fire Proof Safe
Tbehsusslsito. i   I i   ■• u ■ !'"«' *«»<- MKtOtSM *   ma«ar-st.
Trout Lake, B-C
The CENTRAL HOTEL Reveistoke
Is I'mtur t'.is lam1? Managi'iaeut.
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS 3AR,
A, NO. 1 ROOMS.
JHCbu
Dainty,
Stylish9
SSisrdy,
The dnintiiiess and stylishness
styles ami the stui.ly wearing qualitiesI
of others commend them to the favor ol
fastidious dressers all over Die country
HOE SMI
Roya!   Hotel
l-'ancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin   Board, World's
.".tin-iig New4.
L. MORAND, -   PROP.
Tho Onion (gigar Factory
Manufs tores only Onion goods, and besides
they ur>. the besl ou tho market. They are
made of the  ImsI   Havana tobaooo. and their
excellence  is  undisputed.     Insist on k'.'ttin<
••on: sitttai.'' and  "TMK   ONION."
H. 3. BrOWn,   PropHctor.l
Cigar factory, BstVBWTOS k. n.f
TROUT LAKE HOTE
I
; •
r«
Nelson, B. C.
R     ANDREW    A    CO.
time:   TABLE
S.S-. ARCHER or S.S. LARIlCAU.
Uunnlng between Arrowhead, Bee-
ton and Comapllx, commencing October I4ih, IBOa, »ill sail as .'olloi».-.
eeatber permitting*.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton snd
Comapllx, twice daily-   Ink" iiml 5k.
Leaving Baatoa and   Comapllx  for
Arrowhead, twice  daily— Tilok  am:
LLi.'.k.     Making   close    conni
with nil ('. l'. It. Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve Ibe ri^'ht to
change times of wiilingd witliuul
notice.
Tlie Lmplre Lumber Co., Limited.
Dominion Hotel
First-Class in every respect.
The Trav.   ing public carefully
,   taken care of.
Haily £ Ujiuji • Props.
First-Class Accommodation
Best Finest Liquors
And Very Finest Cigars a
NOTICE.
Low Fraction n. I Hanlv N.> 2 mineral
claims situate iu the from Lake Mm
ing DivisioB .<f Went Kontena) ■ 1 i-1rn-t
Where located:—Near the mouth of
Lynch creek on the K. .V. \. 1,'r
I id. notice thai  I. Alfrs I   L Curie,
acting as agsnl for VV. N. Biayton, (rei-
miner's co: tificate No. B 77,848, intend
sixty dayi after date bi
il.e Mining Recorder lor Certifl
Improve       Is   .r the porpo obtain-
■■ i i-   i the aba
fu ' • r lake notli s lhal actl in
n 37 must be e immenced
before the issuance of such cenifl tats of
i ., rovi nn • Is.   Date! this 28th day "I
i'ct.il.er, A.  D , 1004
oc.28'<M ALFRED J. CURI.K
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
P.BurnS & Co The Nelson
vVUOLE8ALE   AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
II. nil rs in all kinks of Fresh Ml St
rROUT LAKE lie.
Brewing Co.
Brewers of
Fine   Lager  Beer
end Porter
The II C. ASSAY nnJ I II   flsCAL
SUPPLY Co., Lid
Vasi-oi vks, I! ('
I triers lor
Mill mi,      •-      -   •
< '.• . Halt, in a  Ki g»
land; F. \f. Braun A Co ■ I
-.  U irnera   uli       Wm, Ains
worth A fu '» L ■ i, etc.. ale.
R. Reisterer fife Co.
Prop*.
Starheg & Co.
ivii.ii.KSAl.T' DEALER)
Cheese,    Produ. s   and
Houston !.».. .lekej.hine SI   N.'..ii   '   I
•  •
Buy Lots in thi
st town ii« lootsnay.
•Pit ,^>^v/
Its ADVANTAGE.
■ a .-.-...
DaUy Mali service, Banking facilities, Head of Nav*g-
• tion, Good Hotels and stores, Express and Money Orde;
Office, government offices, ¥me schools and church.
Water-works system now Being Installed.
TS RESOURCES.
ON
!"<■   I l.i i"|;.
log ravers |
1    ■
Magnificent Timber, many Valuable R.anche^; The Rich-
M and Silver Zmv an lj_e Provimce.
S1NDUSTRI  S
Saw       , capacity, 60,000 feet per day,   shingle and Lath nulls.   AH
Thi Mints pay us Tribute.
F. B. Wells,
Gen'l A§t, Reveistoke,
H. McPherson,
Agt., Trout Lako
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