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Kootenay. Best advertising   medium,
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of tin* rich Lardeau
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TROUT LAKE CITY,   B.C., JULY 28, 1905.
No. 38.
fc.o Shortage
of Lead.
■AMI'S   CROM.N    SAYS    THK
I SILVER- I.HAD   INDUSTRY
I IS NOW ON A BOUND FOOT
I I.NO.      W.    II.   ALDRIDGE
I ALSO TALKS.
I In an interv|ew with the Nelson
Jews \V. IL Aldridto manager of
in- Trail Smelter, (comments on
ie lead situation as follows ;
" What have   I to tiny aliont the
II cream* 1 duty on load products ?
ot much exoept that it is an cx-
ilcnt   arrangement   for   Canada
enerally and for l\m> Kootonays in
■articular. The situation at Trail,
run;   a   lead   standpoint,   has Im*
ijroved greatn.    On Monday one
four I. ad .stacks trill _• blown in,
ml there is plenty of ore in Bight
keep   the   stack  steadily em-
loved.    There   is no indication
nv of a  lead ore shortage, I am
lad   to   Bay,  and  you know what
^ln- outlook wn- a abort time ago.
i'.-s. we arc enlarging the refinery
Trail,  and  by  the first of Bep-
Riiiln'i' wo will be treating 60 tone
i*ii 1 v    We may be ready before
that dad', hut by then for certain,
.he lead situation is very sat*
p-i'.i itory ail round   at  the present
|tinii'.   The London price that rules
world is good and very steady.
\\\'< have a _ oil market in Canada
1 ■■•.-    and tli* demand for our lead
'1 tin- markets of Japan and China
-    really   excellent.     Australian
1 lias lif 11  diverted  to Europe
mi] we have successfully RiipplanT-
i that commodity in the Orient."
You'll  notice," remarked  Mr.
IC'ronin, " that ths price ol silver ir-
[satisfactory  this  year so far.     I
Idon't mean that it ii very high)
M'tit  while it gets down to about
|_>.r.i-. now and then, it always works
[up around 60 pretty quickly. Gen-
|b rally the tone of the market is
I good ami its steadiness 1 lea* - ua
all. It is the -nine with lead, only
tbe ruling prices are a little higher
in propo
tbe silver-load industry is mi a
sound footing and that the mit look
fi r mining in the Kootenaya generally is a good deal better and
brighter than it was si.\ months
Activity
in Mining
AT THK FOOT OK THK LAKE.
BOMB NICK QUARTZ CON-
TAININO FREE COLD IN
LARGE QUANTITIES .ROM
THK LANARK GROUP.
Walter Phelan and J, Q, • Jenkins
came up Monday night from the
foot of the lake, where they have
been working now for some time.
The Lanark croup of three
claims owned hy Jenkins ii- showing up fine. A fissure vein three
feet wide has been opened up for
,10 feet. On thc foot-wall a nice
stringer of grey copper is exposed,
and on the hanging wall the 'piartz
carries free gold and arsenical iron.
Samples of ore left at the REVIEW
office show up the precious metal
in good quantities,
Across from this property and
on the same lead is the Gold Hug
Home, take and North  Star owned
by Walter Phelan, dipt. Fitzsim-
mons. Fred Klliott and J. Jenkins.
The main lead is two nnd a half
feet wide, carrying fr»"' gold and
arsenical iron, also a fissure vein
crossing the formation carrying
free gold. The work done coronets
onlv of [dripping the leads ami
open cuts.
The value of the nliove properties is greatly enhanced bv reason
of cheap transportation and shipping facilities. Roth properties
are within 500 yards of tbe. C.P.R
station.
On the Rlue Grouse group of
fmir claims 40 feet of tunneling
has bacn done as well as open cuts
made. The lead is two and a hull*
feet wide, carrying galena and
iron. Thi'* property is owned by
A. Johnson, of Revelstoke, VV.
King and J. G. Jenkins.
On tlm Beatrice and Millsits,
about half a mile below Gerard, a
Isadof quart- and  iron has been
General
Mining News.
Ore Body is        j Canyon Creek
Continuous. I Properties.
DISTRICT NKWS OF [NT^R-1 RECENT STRIKE AT SILVER J GOOD AVERAGE ASSAYS OF
EST TO READERS WATCH* OUP MINK IS PROVING A LINSON VIEW ORE. DRIVING THE PROGRESS OF ^HE B.G THING, WIIKH DEM- ING A TUNNEL ON THK
COUNTRY,   VJSITMADE BY I    ONSTRATES TBATTHEOREj    GRAND SOLO TO GET UNDER
GOKS DOWN.
%x\HiseJ  by   stripping   and   open
rtion to silver. I thinklcuw (,n *'''' foot*walI considerable galena is found. A large
amount of stripping and open-cut
work has been done on tbe property, exposing nine different
stringers crossing the formation, all
carrying values. The same parties
own this group.
The work done on the Tender*
fool r'laiiiis owned by Fred Klliott
and Walter riiclan this summer
I as demonstrated more than ever
th. ii value.
Stamp Mill for Silver Dollar.
The   Elwood   Tinworkers Gold
Mining  Oo.   owning   tbe  Silver
[Dollar are about to install s 00m-
1 ■;• Mot    nnd   a   I omplete   milling
\ few days ig" the lend
ni thi- property was tapped al tho
nd of 11 241 feet crosscut tunnel.
'I In- lend i> free gold quarts and IS
I mineralised. The nulling
; ii' 1 bas been purchased from the
Mcrralls Engineering Co., oi Tor*
onto This (inn is winning a name
for itself for putting in good reliable plants.
Certificates of Improvement.
Mas Confidence in the Property.
W. H. Cochrane, director of the
(ileal   Northern   Mines,   Limited.
has been interviewed by the Nelson
Tribune,    He said the report of a
good  strike on  the Swede group
was quite correct.   As to the assay,
it tqo was cornet as far as it ttent,
hut he did not suggest that it represented  anything  more than the
value of a selected specimen.     He
At the Government offlco, Trout jh»d   personal confidence  In   the
Uke: July 17, Revenge to Andrew | property and the future of the oom-
Ferguson.    l_tb, Goodenough, No. puny.   The ,-tiike mis "bona-flde,"
1. Nn. 2, J. J, Ross.: Broken Hill.| and had materially assisted in the
financial negotiation! now afoot.
.Ml NINO  MEN.
A. It. Ernst, of Seattle, w'm controls the Block Diamond group
accompanied by his expert. Dr. A.
0. Ingalls, of Seattle, paid a visit
to the property last week. Some
difficulty was encountered owing
to the snow in the basin, hut enough was seen to satisfy both gen-
tlemen that they had a valuable
proper y. They will return in
about a month to make preparations for the development of the
property. While here tin y inspected tin Radshot mine at tho h ad
of Gainer creek and also the Great
Northern properties. Tiny reported themselves as being well
pleased with both of the.e proper*
eies, not only as to the showing-,
hut also to the general formation.
Mr. Krnst expressed himself as
highly pleased with what he had
seen both on this aud prior trips,
ami says the Lardeau country is
Isiiind  to come to the front as a
mineral producer.
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The lessees of tbe I.X.L. adjoin*
the Triune an* doing sonic good
work. The last report from the
property stated that about ten ton
of ore had been sacked, the average
assays running Slot) per ton.
—o—
Xofin \. Cole and A1 Houston
came up from Poplar Monday
night.   Mr. Coie i.- heavily inter-
The ore strike in the lower working- of the Silver Cup is improving
with every shot. Practically the
whole face of the tunnel is in ore,
giving high silver and gold values.
Probably at no time in the history
of the camp could this strike have
been more opportune.
Through the shutting down of
the Five Mile reduction plant,
worked in connection with the
Silver Cup, for repairs, etc.. all the
knockers in the country took advantage of the circumstance to
condemn the whole business. This
strike, therefore; will be the mi ana
of restoring confidence in Lardeau's
greatest mine. As before stated.
ia now over 400 feet of practically virgin ground. A winze
had been sunk from the upper
workings. 1">0 ft., showing good ore,
and where it has been opened up
now in the Sunshine tunnel is over
260 feet below the bottom of the
wiaze.
Hard on the Packer.
Ed. Vipond starti d off .Monday
morning with his freighting outfit
land 17 head of pack horse.- for the
Mammoth, where he has the contract for getting out a couple of
cars 01 ore. Beaton, however,
proved the end of hi.- journey, as
between  there and Camborne the
RICH SHOWING.
astod in the new oompany formed roed w&* all ou fire.   The outfit re-
to work the  Mother  Lode.     Ilei.,,,,,,.!  ;ll„i  j,  Ilu,v packing from
says ample capital is now ready
for the thorough development ol
the property. Some good ore has ;g few ill vs
lieen opened up, which encourages
them in the belief that steady systematic development will make the
Mother Lode a mine.
C. K. Khrehart, of Pennsylvania,
has been   visiting his  brother. T.
the Triune.    It  ia expected   the
Ckunborne road will be iii shape in
Reward Ground.
Tbe boiler for the  compressor
plant at the long tunnel of the
Reward Co., is being put in place.
Mr. Morton, the manager,  has  re-
K. Ehrehart Mr. Khrehart i.- turned from Nelson and Rossland,
heavily interested in the Lucky where lie has been in the interests
Roy property, and while here made j of the company,
a thorough examination.   He Vent 	
away thoroughly satisfied that the      We extend the glad hand this
property was all right.    Aii early
resumption of work is looked foi.
week to Phil Shepherd on   the  advent of a son and  heir
The Sawmill Resumes Work.
Tony I.iiiiigren and partners are
pushing work on their claims for
all thev are worth. On Monday
morning Tony. Martin Nelson and
Nils Bodine left to resume work on
the Linson View. Work will be
continued sinking and getting out
ore. A recent assay brought to
the Review office gave values of
$280 per ton. This was an average
sample taken trom the 8-inch paystreak at a depth of 60 feet.
On the Grand Solo a tunnel is
being driven to tap the ore shoot
at a depth of 100 feet. The tunnel
is now in about 40 feet, and it is
expected that 10 feet more will
bring them under the showing.
On the Jumbo and Black Jack
some work has been done by
Andrew Roman, N. G. Kriokson
and N, Nelson. The ore showings
are good, principally grey copper.
Mayor Mohhs, of Gerard, has
four men working on hi- property
at the forks <>f the creek, and is
meeting with good success.
Sacking the Goods.
Malcolm Mathieson came down
from the Copper Chief during the
week. .Malcolm reports everything
going ahead nicely. A good hunch
of or*, h^- li.*fu taken out and
•sacked. Jim Livingston has gone
up to resume work on the property.
Struck the Lead.
Thc Ronanzn group, which was
leased some time ago to Oscar
Nelson is turning fine. During
the last few days a lead has been
opened up in the tunnel showing
*S inches of solid ore of high grade.
The principal owners are Tony
Lindgren. Fred Klliott and George
Chataway. The old saying that
Btoady and judicious work will tell
has been proven true in this case
as well as in many others during
this summer.
Splendid Samples.
c. T. I'orter; Anna, Joseph, Maud,
Sunset, c. \V. McCro in L.B.,
>' II ■ CD., N.V.Z., Blue day.
Doubtful, .1 .1. McGlone.
for a Rossland Syndicate.
Henry Magnuson came down
from the Oromwell hill fur a trip
on Tuesday. He is doing ease s-
mont work on tho Joe Ch imrw r
lain, Matazama, Mi non Durangi
ami Silvi itot, Thews properties
belong to a syndicate oi Ro aland
people.    Ther,. ||., r i -.howing
mi the Moiion of galena and arsenical iron carrying gold values,
A subsidiary company has been
formed to develop the Swede group.
The Great Northern Mines, Limited would retain control of the
stock iii the new company, and
sufficient cosh hurl been subscribed
to ensun erection of all the
plant and mi chinery necessary toi
full) ■■ property and to put
II 1 ■ ii darning basis. Mr.
Cochn ''"   company had
had ii lol ol I rouble ami an uphill light, but they had the fullest
confidi nee In their holdings and
Should stay with them.
The Canadian Timber and Saw Mill Liquidates all Indebtedness.   The Whistle to blow in about a Mouth.
J. D. KENNEDY LOCAL GENERAL MANAGER
Will be  a Great Factor in the Prosperity of Trout Lake.
Citizens Generally Pleased with Resumption of Work.
It looks good to the people of Trout Lake to see work started mice
mure at the big saw mill. Mr. Leslie Hill, who has been looking after
the affairs of the Canadian Timber and Saw Mills C< . says the shareholders have raised the money to pay off all of the company's indebtedness and to make the necessary repairs and Improvements to the
mill if ii is found upon investigation advisable to do so. .1. 11
Kennedy, who came here from Arrowhead to take charge ol tbe plan',
is an old hand at the business ami thoroughly understands it.
In an interview with Mr. Kennedy he said it was the intention of
the oompany to dress what lumber there is in the yard and get it ready
for the market   Work is now being pushed getting th • planing mill in
shape, uml il is expected to have it running in about a week's time.
The mill will also he put into commission temporarily tOOUt what logs
are in the booms. He expects to have the whittle blow not later than
n month from now.
When this work is completed and everything found satisfactory,
the mill will he closed down   ami  given   a   thorough overhauling, ami
the work of  getting  out   timber -tatted.    Knowing the proposition as
we do, and taking Into consideration tlie favorable markets (.en extract] man was in looking after property
from "Lumberman and Contractor" in this Issue), we have no heel* turned over by Coleman to him in
laacy in saying that under tho supervision of Mr. Kennedy and his| lieu ol services rendered for tbe
Ale.'Oliver   entile   Up from Gold
Hill on Monday's boat. Alec and
Fred Mummery have been doing
development work on tbe Mint
I Group at Second Crossing for the
past few weeks. Tha work has
shown up a splendid body of ore
carrying  free  gold.     S| I mens
I.i' ti_;iil to town -hows gold the
i/'' of wheat kernels. More work
will have to be done, however, he-
fore the extent ol the find Is fully
known.
FEKGUSON.
Jim Snell  and Sam Cavanaugh
arc plaeering in Lardeau creek
about halfwny between the twin
cities.
Assuyer Shannon and Miss Challenger made the trip to the Black
Warrior this week. After visiting
the   tunnel   they   returned   to  the
spot where Ihey had unsaddled
their horses to find that their
" trusty'' steeds had broken away.
They consequently chartered a
pair   of   Shank's   ponies   for  the
homeward trip.   It is surmised the
animals broke ground at the sight
of a hear.
The lawyer who defended Cole*
-1aft" the proposition will Ik< a paying Investment,
.efcii'
Exceeding
Richness.
MINNEAPOLIS MAN VISITS
SMITH & ROGKUS' PRO-
PERTY. THINKS THE LARDEAU a wonderful mineral country.
Dr. G. G. Eitel, of Minneapolis,
put iii a few days this week at
Rapid creek going over the Smith
and Rogers property, on which a
bond is held by MinneajioHs people,
in which he is largely interested.
When passing through Trout Lake
the doctor was interviewed by a
RkvxsW man relative to the property. He said there was no doubt
as to the richness of some of the
veins, but that it had yet to he determined whether the average values of the leads exposed would warrant the installation of a plant.
He very tersely sums up the situation by saving that if the samples
he has taken, which will give a
good average, will run high enough,
a ten stamp mill will be put in at
once, whereas if the values are
small nothing less than a 50stamp
mill would pay, but at present the
development work done would not
warrant the putting in of such a
sized plant. The Doctor is heavily
interested in Oregon and other
states in the mining industry, and
by the samples he was shown here
thinks we have a country of exceeding richness. He will pay us
another visit later on in the season.
He left for the coast on Thursday
morning.
Timber Trade Good.
As indicating the netivity in the
timber business in British Columbia, the revenue Irom timber sources are a fair criterion. The provincial fiscal year ended June 30,
and from present indications the
total receipts of the department of
timber lands for the year will not
be less than $400,000. This will
he if 150,000 in excess of the estimated revenue from this source.
Since the estimate was made a
vcitr ago there have been many
complaints of a falling off in the
lumber industry, hut these depressing report! would seem to be given
the lie by the cash returns. From
an authoritative source it is learned
that fully three-fifths of the revenue
i< from payments for timber lieen*
Res. These payments are annual,
so that the Minn'  aiiioiint from the
-nine source will be due for next
year if present holders wish to retain the lands covered by their
licenses —Lumberman and Contractor,
There will lie no necessity to import potatoes for consumption of
Trout   Lake   people   this   year, as
both Will Abrahamson and Gus
Fraser arc going to have a big
yield on their potato ranches.
O. 1!. N. Wilkie and force have
returned from surveying the J.C.
group on Lake mountain. The
property is owned by Jack Ctiisin
and Alec. Dodds.
As a fruit growing district we
have been hiding our light under a
bushel, as it were. On John Pullman's ranch 125 crates of st.-iw*
berries were taken from luiif 11 n
acre, for which he received $8X5.00,
Sheriff Humbly, of Golden, came
in on Saturday night. He is settling Up the different seizure* made
by Deputy Yuill on the mill com*
pany's property.
An assortment of confections aro
displayed at Fraser. that will
make your mouth water. ,„*.■*
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•THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
1^ Printed nt Trout Ijikui'lly, nnn Published
ut KergtMun unit Trout i,uK« e?er. Kridity .
Tne Kilter lines nut nnlil lilnisislf reapon
,bli* for liin opinions of oori'espuuilt-nlr, i-n
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liin' i-in-ii subse .limit Insurtlon.
Term*, for Transient nnd otl-.er ii'tverllslim
will In- mnde known on appliriitlim ut utlliri
.HuiiM-noiliin 12.00 u vein'. In ttdvitiiee.
MURRAY <_» ATHERTON Publishers
EDITORIAL  NOTES.
The recent  discovery of high-
grade ore in   the  Sunshine tunnel
at the Silver Cup property utterly
puts ti) rout those pessimists who,
if they could   not knock any other
way, would lift their eyebrows and
say, " Well, it don't go down, anyway.''   Of course, the depth attained   is  only  a matter of  over GOO
feet, hut tlie fact remains that the
ore ii-   there  and   improving  us it
goes down.     We arc not,  nor is
anyone  else,   in   a position to say
that it will go  down  for  a thousand   feet,   but we can  far   more
reasonably assume that  it will tjo
down   further  than   at present demonstrated than it will not.
a. W. EDGE
Painter
Decorator
TROUT   LAKE
B.C.
Masterson, Griffith
®>Co.
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Minini: camps and the people in
them who are given to bemoaning
tbe dullness of the times, but who
make no effort to strike out in new
lines ami so keep up with the best
traditions of the west, must !>o content to drop down and out of the
struggle for existence.—Cranbrook
Prospector.
During the past week tho ther
mometer has been climbing towards the limit. The death-rate
of the east, however, does not prevail out in the mountains.
H.
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F IKE    INS U It A N (' E
LOSSES   PAID   PROMPTLY
Write for Hutep.
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SAFETY.
People with mining stock for
sale will tell investors that their
money is " safe."
.This seems to satisfy the investor,
says the Rossland Miner But
what is " safety " ? Is it the good
will existing between the company
ami its stockholders, oris it the
jilet intention of the men backing
tin enterprise to do as they have
promised ?
Safety would ordinarily imply
the ability of the investor to get
his money whenever ho wanted it.
In other words, it means convertibility.
Convertibility is regarded by
bankers as the first requisite in securities; not that people who make
thc investment wish their money,
but IF they do, it will be waiting
for them.
Stock, to be convertible, must
have a innrket, which may or may |
not mean that it is listed. In fact,
listing is only incidental. What
gives stock market value is the
.worth, the earning capacity—real
or contemplated—back of the securities.
A mine may be valuable and
not earning. It may have, the ore
blocked out, and the valuee of the
ore may be known. Some minor j
reason may retard operations. If
the reason is really of small import,
what difference does it make to the
intrinsic worth of the stock ?
Men and -vomen of limited means i
are often unable to invest in earn-1
ing  securities for  the reason that i
' ' ' ttie stock is sold at figures so high !
that all they could hope to earn 1
would be twice  bank interest—if1
that.     Therefore,   they    look    to
stocks that will earn in one, two, or
even three or four years.    But it is
not so much a question of what thev
will cam as "Will they be a safe investment?"
The e'ement of saiety scarcely outers into a prospect, but it can be
made to enter into it, and often
does. While no man can say just
how a prospect increases in value
as it is developed, every one will
admit that the actual intelligent
development of the property will
bring out values, if there are
any there. That is sometimes a |
speculation, and if it is so under- j
stood, no one should complain.
A property thut is being developed makes its own market for tbe:
stock ; but if it is not developed, or
if its development Is unreasonably
retarded, the market conditions Income less favorable.
The    investor   who  invests  for!
the honest purpose of assisting that •
development does not wish to trade
in the stock,    lie does not  ask for
the opportunity  of buying  it  and
Belling tl   without regard .to  what,
the oompany gets out of it.   But
he wauls to know thnt HK CAN
sell it, if ho desires. If he cannot,
he rut tn rally feels that his investment is of no value, If he can sell
It at any time for as much as he
paid for it — if not more he i-
reasonably certain that bis investment is safe.
Safety implies worth, and that
means that every honest effort is ,
being put forth to make the mine
a payer. Safety also signifies honesty It shows that the management must be deserving, trustworthy.
But safety is not a word to juggle  TtyTp^i-fi-npA-n
with,   It is not a term to use freely.  "xo-"- **UMMI
1. means something, a ml that some-	
thing il the keystone of tho great
arch of HuroeHiiful investment.
Now and then stoeK that afterwards proves valuable has not the
. ighicBt sign of convertible function, but usually, where there are
healthy conditions in the property,
the slock   is safe  by  reason of  its
ill ..'..tlJiklR'SB,
G.
M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.
Guaranteed,
All  work
OMfflows Blocl Trent late, B.0
NEW YORK LIKE ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
Fim Investment and Protection
THO.**. TAYLOR, Agent.
Revelstoke    and    Trout Lake
Coursier
HEVKI.STOKi:, B. C.
All the Latest
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Smokers' supplies in
great* variety.
COtWORT-sAND  WEAR
DEPEND ON FIT.
A KEY that nearly fits a lock wont quite open it
A shoe that nearly, but not quite, fits a foot tront
give complete comfort, nor full wear.
A loose shbi dMafcs — a tight shoe pinches.
An jll-fittjng shoe breaks v'hecc it wrinkles and wears
out where it stretches.
Comfort, and economy, therefore demand shoes-that fit
"lust right."
And fit depends upon the shape cf thc lasts, as well as on
large variety of sizes, half sires, and widths. >
There are 14 up-to-date shapes of Slater Shoes.
In each shape there are 11 half sizes and 6 widths.
This means 924 chancta of lilting your feet perfectly.
No other Canadian shoe is made in such large variety of
shapes, sizes and widths.
No other Shoe-, cf any kind, are carried, by the
Retailer, in such full assortment of shapes, sizes, and
widths, as" The Slater Shoe." " m .
Because "The Slater Shoe" Is sold to only one
Rcta-ler in each town, who must contract to carry a
full representation, in order to secure the Agency.
When you buy " The Slater Shoe " you get more
than sure-value every time op to the,Makers' price
stamped on each pair.      t,
Yo;i also gel 924 chances of perfect fit against 200
chances cf shoes made in the usual limited scale of
shapes, sizes and widths.
Thfa b only one of a dozen reasons why three times
as many pairs of Slater Shoe. ,->-. sold, as of any other
s_i_ 1: mike in Canada, at $4.00 or $5/10. j
Look for the slate-
frame trademark, and the
Makers' price
stamped on the
lining.
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Soli Local Agents
GOODYEAR
PROCESS
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
T
Dentistry.
DR, M .f.l.oY to now lt>
mted in Nelson »« bho
enanr i«> I>r. s.h.Mht t »t
IV. Aberdeen Block
llleniH faint thr   1,1.1-
.Irnii hinj rrlv tit) |.r»t-
rluw trrnliiit-iil.    :   :   :
A. Milloy
Tk1jfm^±\W7     '"   the   linn'
iv _ I W      to Huy Lot*.    Never v.. r.
k w ^km*  w v      lhe Proepectf ol Fergotoa
■o bright.
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J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated Brandt of
mul Bggi,
NELSON,
Hum,  Karon
B. C.
Smith & (Eo.
.S Uleury Street, MONTREAL.
H1GH-CLA88 TAILORS.
WI I.I. be M'|.ri-i-i I i
ili'nii     nt     ri'iiuliir
t!iniii_ii"iit  tin-
in tin*  l.nr
intcrviiN
yc-.ir.    Ortleri
for elothini* will reoelvorl attention,
• >iir   rr-i revnntatl' e nill l„. m 1'Hnl'T
LAKE unilFKUU-HON in a lew w kn.
Wc have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save your Orders.
.   . ...
Sutherland, Ferguson
Grout Xahe
\vn
Si
ater
ijpplj? 60.
xt&.
@
lly usinj, Water supplied by this
Company yop are u ittred of ttlwo*
lilt  ■   ■ I      Qovi tiiin- ul, A tn I;
tatetnunl .;;:::.:
Hugh McPberson - - Supt.
Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION   OF RESERVE.
NOTICE l» hereby given thnl tiio ffiiiorvn.
linn  i-slnlill-'i, .1  m   piimnillli*!' of III.- |irn\l-
■Inmof III. •■ 1   -I .I.i uml Ui-.lirn Itiillwnv
HlllmlrlV  <rl   1-lH," i„,i|,■..,.(     hii-i, iv. n-|.iili.
iln'inl In tlifl lirltlali Ciil'iini.lii iln/otli' nnd
ill '• '1 Till .Mm . IMI11, mill ..In   In 111-  Kill, ii".|.i ...
:. .1 1., nn- hereby l-hhupIiciI,
I'rim-n hmil* ^HiiuIimI   Hltlllll I In- iil-i-u ein-
'.i.'.r. ■! by ItlU Willi rOHerVHtlllll will  hi  ,.(,nnt'l
1" null', Hi'iiieini'iil. Ifnne nml ntlinrdlipiwltloii
nnili 1  ti..-  pi..1 hinm  nl  n I,nml   Vol,"
Hi' mnilliH 11II1 i-Iln. .lull, i.r Iln.  lli-Hl |inli-
llOlltJilll llfllll* llillll-l- In llir ItriM'li I .ilrnnlilu
iin/riii.: nrovldfit. hnwevor, Hint In.11 nun
11 hern InniU urn wi mild, nrtieinpteil, leitied nr
I nl In rtvl i-iilliiinliil by t)l«  ilnvi-rnitn-.il. uml
nrowiilim>q iu  found, n|i-n tlm mirreyoj
, th.. v iliiiniiin nml  vventeni Itnllwn.   t'lim-
imii.r* iilui-li., in lie iilmliy nr In purl 'villi-
I In n,eh blnole*., Irran the penionii nn nriiulrlnit
li   '.mhI-i kIhiII ncqnlre Ibelr title tliereto
11 mn tho II ii 11 nny l iiin|inliy, wlm Inl \e lilt reeil
''' denl uiii, nieli burclnment, privempWim,
lemrea, i.ir..ni, the name term* nnili-iinilltliini
r ni" 'inn tn tin-it i would under iln- provl-
''"'I. "I Hi- '-t.mul let," except in renpool In
limber liti.tln nn the t'oinpiny'iiblookii, Willi li
iinii lie aubjcoi in in.- ii-i-iiiiiii.nm insiiiiii h,
ri.- l.'nmpnnj relntlve tn tho euttln**n( timber
■i Mii'i'iiluinlilit uml Weatern Itnilwuy l.m .1
tirunt,
W. h. utik l:.
Doputy Commliiionerol Lendid Worku
i-1 n i ii Worka Departmonti
Vli-mrlii, l..r.,*iii-,i l-'i-lniiiu-y, llWC.       »va
The Town of FERGUSON
win in- one of th« Greatest
Or« I'ruiliii'iiiK daiupii in the
World. Tho hijjh tlegrce uf
euccpib    achieved    by    tin.
niinu'roiiH WKAI.TIlS' nml
PRACTICAL BRITI8H ho.1
AMERICAN MINING
COMPANIES now ooenitinf
there il a tl Urate to tbe
trenieiulnuH wen ill of the hill*
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Pniiiic Bchool, Hoaplta), anil
other iiihtitiiiionn.    Excel I to i
Wiiterwiukr   Hyatetll.    StrertB,
Storee and Beeldencea illu-
miiietl hy Eieotrlolty, l>«ily
nmii i.i rvict*.   The towniite
in uiimiralily laid OQI (let in
NOW   mi   the   groiintl    floor.
Lota fun now be purohaaad
F«on
UP.
$75
TOWNSITK AQliNT
1 HENKY FLOYD
B RRVEI-STOKE, B. C.
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TIbe Ibotcl Beaton
BBAION. B c.
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'181 TORfl uriiving nt Boaton ftha threehold of the fjinlwi i)
\iu Arrowhead, will find tliin lloiei to be fully equlpp™
for blab-elan trade, Excellent acootnmodatlon. A •"."
appointed and ipeeloua dining Imll. Tbobeel of Wlnee,Spirit!
nml cinarn. IVrHoii.i Raparviflon in given to the reqairementa ol
patroni, vlilton to tlm I ardaaa enn rely on comfort nt thii hotel.
; W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
>^>3^4_«I>*»t_-»-W-tti.-ir,Y. x%4j..s    .r,»,»_.W.t. _. r lU-a?. P ^^i * •-..
£ERGUS©N HOTEL
urn
The noteil home tor travellers visiting
Ferguson, B.C.
A well itockoil Bar of the choieeit Liqouri, Wiiiea, etc.
IVIoDonnoll &  Block
Proprietors.
Legal Notices.
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CKsfcn'-ATl-^ <>K   lMl'ltdVKMKNT.
NOTICE.
I.rksid*    niinei-al I'laim   Hituete in the
Trout I 'k**   Minn..   Oivinioii of  Went
Kootei " '""■"'t-
Where Im-.teil: — About five iiulea
NMrtli-l-   "' :""'" ''f""1 1-ekt!.
Tekei.-   i "  tl.atI,n.arl.'NC<.ip,lr.'n
miner. :"'"- N"- *'R;'.1Hl1' i""'"11
iixtv dn*   I"''*''- '■•»'«• hereof, to apiJy to
the Mini 11^  l> '''I***- i"f Certificates of
Imnrovt-     "<- '"' ,I|P pnr|MfflMofolitain-
iniicrO**" .inula of the Rhoraelalmi.
Aadl'-1'1'"" ink' i'"1"'' that ai'tmn
nnder •'•'tion 37 iiiuat be coiiiineiii'eil
iieforet .--lulu-.- oi Hin-li certificate of
lmM#e...eiits.    Date.1  thii ISth ilav ol
JttlyJ*   D ' J908
^^Pv 15
NOTICB.
Silver Chief No. 2 Mineral Claim lituate
in '.lie Trout Lake Mining Division ol
Weal Kootenay District. Where located :
| On (iold (iiilch, a tributary ol Gainer
creek.
Take Notice that I, Fred 0. Elliott,
IMC. No. B88M9. acting as agent lor
Hubert B. Young, F.M.O. No. 1)88041,
intend sixty days Irom the date
hereol toapply to the Mining Recorder
lor a Certificate of Improvements for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant
of the above claim.
Anil further take notice that action
under section 37 must bo commenced
before the issuante of such Certificate
of Improvement!.
Dated this l.th day June, a.d. lS0.r>.
jun 23-05
Ml TICK.
mineral claim,  situate  in the
lake   Mining Division of West
Inat diitrict.
^^^^^    located ! On moth side of l.nr-
deau Bvei   beta en  Rapid ami Poplar
creek*.
Take \ m-e that I. I-ml ('. Klliott,
ireeau'"'- crtitionii' No. HH8048, intend,   *• •!>    iiiM" from   tin' date hereof,
toafip'' '" ''"' Mi'i'i'K ltf order for a
Ceitiri r • nf 11.,j i■ .\.-m.-i.t**. for the
purpot-i- of i.lilainin. a Crown Grant of
the aboM . limn.
And i'ntiirr take notice that action.
under mi! mn :t7. nm-t !«■ commenced
before tin* i--iiam i'of sui'li Certitii-iite
of Imp'   ii-rii.-ntc.
Dati i ii.ik 4th dav of July i.D.
}k05. Jul 7 05
the 'i
Wsst
WI
Cieel
Tai
actii
- roil*
aiatv
appi
Cert
peri
Che
A
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51.   :
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NOTICE.
" mineral claim, sitnat.in
rout   I :ii.i'   Mining   Division   of
Kootenay diitriH.
re   located!    On   head  of   Lake
notice that I, 11. McPheraon,
a- agent for4. A. M. Aikina, free
- certificate No. BS2890, intend,
lays from the date hereof, to
to   tlie   Mining   liei mder   for   a
ite ol   Improvement!,   for  the
of obtaiuinga Crown drantof
ii- elalm.
further take notice that action.
section •(". musl be commenced
tin* i-Miaiiie of such Certificate
rovitiiente.
I thii '..ml dav of May, a,i>  1!hi,.
u', H.McPHERSON.
FV"i; Sai.i I.i its 35 nml .'Iti
olock 17, Trout Luke. Apply to
Mrs. J. II tn iiniiii, tK)5 University
St. S.'.-tttli . Wu-li.
NOTIUK.
Soolita and Byronodnle minerul otalma, nit-
initi' In tin- "Troul Luke Minln. ltlvlhlnn of
We*t Kootenay district.
When located :—South of i,Briln River and
Baatof and adjoining tht ilrenier .New York
nilni-ritl i-l1.1 iii
Take notice tliul I, Freil Jai-nlm. n_ent fur
A. P. JobntOU, free miner'*, r-rlllli-ati- Nn.
IlKitlTii, Intend, sixty 'lay- from the iliite here-
of, I-, apply t" llie Mining Heeorder for a Cer-
IIQeeteof ImproTetuenta, for thepurpoeeof
"litulnlng ti Crown it rani of Iln- ali'ive   rial in.
and further take aotloa that aetloo, under
M .-linn .7, iniiHl In* rniniiieiir.-il before the ih-
sumnoeofBuch .--rnurate of improvementa.
Dated tin- LSUi day ol June, A.H.. lnor>.
Jun in KHKH JACOBS.
MOTICS TO DELINQUENT OO-OWNER.
To I). K. McLennan or to whornsoever
he may have transferred his interest
in the I.n.hin mineral claim.
Take Notice that I the undersigned
co-owner with you in the Embm mineral claim situate mi south side cf Lardeau river between Rapid and rVplar
creeks in the Trout i.ake mining division
of W. Kootenay, have performed the necessary work and male the necessary ex
penditure on the above-nieminnel
claims for the years 1"04 and 1905, in
or.ler to hold the name, under section 24
of the Mineral Act. and Hie vears for
which said work was performed and ex*
penditnre made having expired. I hereby give vou notice that if within f0
days from 'he first publication hereof
you fall or refnee to contribute your proportionals share of such et penditnre and
pay the wet* of this advertisement,
your interest In the raid mineral claim
will become the property of the undersigned under am) by virtue of section 4
of the Mineral Act Amendment Act
1900.
Dated  at Trout  Lake this 6th  day of
July, 1906. r'aan C. Klliott,
J ill y 7, 05 Co-Owner
NOTICE.
Morning and Evening mineral claims, »lt-
iiute In tlie Trout Lake Minim* Division nf
U'i'Ht Knoli-nii. Olhtrli-t.
BWhere loeiitedi—On anutii side nf l.iniin
River and olose in ami eaatofTbe Lynch mln«
i-ral rlalm.
Take notice Ilial 1,1'. 1.. Hum-nun, 11141111 i-.r
ll.   I.   Iillw'iirlh,  free  miner's eerlllli-ali-   Nn.
HK7H1H. intend, «.ixiv days from the date hi re.
oft toapply to the Mining Recorder fm- a cer-
tlt1ru.1i> 0 linprnvi'inentH fni- the purpose nf
obtaining a Crown - of tin- above claim.
Ami further take notice that action, under
leotion 87. must lie commenced before tbe Issuance i if such certificate nf Improvements,
liuted t li Im 18th Uuy ol June. A.P.. Illi'i
Jun 18 p. _,.   HUFFMAN.
NOTICE To DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS
To James (irant, it. (i. MacLeod and
.lamed  Bouehier,  or  to   wlioincnever
they   mav   have  transferred their intercut in the Slate mineral claim.
Take notico that I, the undersigned
co-owner uith ymi in tho Slntu mineral
claim, siiiiaie on Hniith Ride nf Lardeau
river between Rapid and Poplar creeks
in the Trout Lake Mining Division ol
West Km.tinny, have performed thu
necessary work nnd made the necessary
expenditure on the above mentioned
claim for the years 1904 and 1906, In
order lo hold tiie rime undnr lection -4
ol the Mineral Act, and tbe year- foi
which Fan! work wan performed and ox
peiuliniii- made having expired, I hereby give you notice thai if within HU days
from the lirst publication hereof you
fail or it-fuse to contribute your proportionate share of hucIi expenditure and
pay the costs of this advertisement your
interest in lhe no 1 mineral claim will
become the property oj the undersigned
under and by virtue of section 4 of the
Mineral Act Amendment Act, l"00.
Dated al Trout   Lake this 17th dav of
July, l'.iUn. JAMKS 8NF.I L,
Co-Owner.
The BEST Always!
IN FINE SHOES !
MINING SHOES !
SHOE PACKS !
RUBBERS and
OVERSHOES!
GERMAN SOCKS I
Iiwtmt you will get If you do your buying
with us.   1-0 don't forget, when wanting any.
thing In the way o'tnutwear to call on ua, or
drop a line.
It pays to use the Telephone. A
lengthy trip can- often ho Hiived. Offices
ut Ferguson: Cummins' Store ; Trout
Lake, Post Office 1 also at Beaton, Comaplix and Arrowhead.
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,!
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
Balmoral Hotel.
Visitor*, to Ferguson  may  rely upon the very best of
accommodation  at this  well-known  hotel.    Kooins are
well  furnished  thiou^bout.    The  liar is stocked wilh
a choice assortment of palatable quenchers.
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Under the Management of S. Slinger
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
II Bulletin  Board, World's
Mining News.
E L. MORAND, - PROP.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson  Bros., Proprietors
lr.TTItiyO   KKW   AMD    rillHT-CLABS   15   ALL   RIM!
Fire  Proof Safe
The a»u«B Isstni-keil with inn Aim Wlasa ail Ctfart •   thu market.
Trout   Lake,
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
First-Class in every respect.
The Travelling public carefully
t.iken care of.
H_.y _&ji)L ■ P.'
11 ROYAL SHOE
Nelson, B. C.
R.    ANDREW    A    CO.
Mail orders carefully and promptly
attended to. Agent for Slater and Ret*
tleton Shoes.
Review Job Dept.
Kur High-Class Work.
Lardeau
Hotel
Boa
ft
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
\Af|**KN  sisiting   Ferguson you
W  I    eliouli] slay at the Lardeau
Hotel.     Here   the   sisitor
will   he   surrounded  with
home comforts.    Kicclleut
cuieine,     well   ventilated
«inl    warm   rooms,   w.ll
stocked bar,   and   evtrylhiug which
tends towards  making your visit a
pli'aeant aud memorable one.
Kates from $1 day upwards.
Wu strive to picas* our patrons.
FERGUSON.
TIME   TABLE
S.S. ARCHEP or S.S. LARDEAU.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix. com_enein|* October 14th, 190.'<, will .in u follows,
weather permiitini,'.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice, dally—10k and 5k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice daily—7:15k and
l!;45k. Making close connections
with all C. P. H. Stoamere and trains.
Tbe owners reserve tbo right to
change times of sailings without
notice.
The limplre Lumber Co., Limited.
e Re\ Lew
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
!• L'uStr tha urae liaaaftrarut.
E. R. VIPOND
TrouL Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhidrng
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at Trout* Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   a
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
mmmmmwmmmmmwmmmmm
E=
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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.
FERGUSON - -~R0!
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TROUT LAKE CITY
ffl
THERE have been fortunes
imido by jtiilieions in vestment In Reu.1 Estate, and
more fortune-- will be made than
ever the next two or throe years.
Tho one who reaps the hiirveBt is
tho original inventor, for he has
his money ou a coiLiinty.
Now let us point nut to vou that
thero iv 110 bettor spot mi the tVu-
tip.i'iit tn luiv Rent Estate thau
TROUT LAKE.
TrOUt Lake i« the prettiest spot
in the Kootenays; as a pleasure
resort it b-n no equal. Boating
nnd fishing may be Indulged in
tho year round ; while bi<. game
in ii'.Hiiiiliit'i'r is to tho found on
the hill*. Its climate is superb,
there being no (*roat extremes, it
being mild in winter and cool in
Hummer. Ii can boast of Home of
tho finest hotels and residences in
British Columbia, Its streets are
well laid out and graded. There
are two excellent general stores,
and a glance at the advertisements
in this journal will ahow that all
trades aro fairly well represented.
Write  with confidence to Ageuts.
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
■»»»1
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IT has uever had a " boom "—its
growth haa been steady. It Is
the head of navigation, and
the terminal of the Lardo branch
of the C.I'.R. All roads (in the
Lardeau) lead to Trout Lako. It
la the commercial centre of the
richest mineral district on the
continent, and has banking facilities provided by the Imperial
Bank of Canada ; first-class school
aicoinmodation under the dlcer-
tion of B. Shannon, B.A. ] a good
water system ; government offices ;
County Court sittings; Methodiat
Episcopal and Anglican churches
and cottage hospital.
There are valuable ranch landa
on the outskirts awaiting settlors,
Its lumber resources are magnifi
cent, and a band-saw mill with a
capacity of 60.000 ft. per day is at
ft, head of the lake. The mines
tributary are proving out bigger
producers every year, with new
proepecls opening up neb bodies of
ore.
There will be a big rush this
■ummer, so if you would know
mors, write at once to either of
the agent! at the addressoi below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
KL
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lit
Job Printing of evefy description wiii be falthfuily executed at the Review Job Depy
. _—____ . .—_ __ __ : ' —: ~~ ~"        -**v
FERGUSON,
Cliff Edwards 1ms gone out for fl
trip to Alberta.
Anily I _ney has had his house
beaiutifled by being painted nml n
new verandah put on.
Geo. Chataway, of Poplar, paid
the town a visit this week.
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
BAH WELI
BUI .'LIED WITH
Liquors and Sigars
J. Q. and Mrs. McKinnon and
family leturned this week from n
visit to ihe Halcyon Hot Springs.
A. J. Gordon is out pn the hills
prospecting and doitiL' assessments, i
.Jack Cameron left for BpenoeB
Bridge last week, where Sam Sutherland has a contract for building
four mil' .s of the new railroad.
Large Comfortahh Rooms
I !x< el Jen t Cuie i
Wadden & Levesoue
Props
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
Till:   PIONEER
Alec. CuniiniiiB has received the
support of 98 per cent of the citizens in his application for the office
of postmaster.
:i Livery and Pray Stables
W. A. Skinner and Chas. Fnote
returned Wedm -"lay from a hunting trip on Cup mountain.
Dave Morgan has returned from
doing assessment on Gainer Creek.
Dr. Newconibe is reported to be leaving tor .Miilwav shortly.
LOCALS.
BoBJt.—On the 24th iuit., to the wife of
1'. Al. .Sbeplierd, of a Ron.
The telephone line hat been pu: up
between the town and the hoepitti!.
This end of the line ia iu the outer pari
of the post nil.re, where it it neceeeible
any hour.        	
H. E. Spohu, who has been for some
lU'.-ntliK teller at the Imperial Bank
hore, has been transferrnil to strathcona.
VV. J. B i.'alker, who has been slction-
ed at uulden, hut lakeu the vacancy
here. __	
I>r. Mtllov, of Nelson came up thie
week on a visit to look after Ins differt-nt
mining iiiteiestfi.
Saddle, Pack aud^Oartage Hofae'.Alwavs for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
♦*>♦*>-«>**■♦■
Daily stage leaves   Beaton al IS o'clock lor Troul Lake Fetgnaon and Camborne
Neeves Ferguson, via Troul Lake for Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Stubhw at Tront Lake, Beaton, Ferguson anJ Camborne.
L.E-.C3AU.
FEED C KLLIOTT,
BAKlilSTKli. NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, B. C.     and Ferguson.
(loo. S, MoQaiter, •>   A. Huney
A. M.   I'I nk tin in.
HARVEY McCARTER 4 PiNKHHAM
SOLICITORS, Kir.
REVELSTOKE    B.  C
Bollolton tor Imperial hunk ofQauada
VV. 1. BRIQOfi        J. M.St'oTT, LI..B.
Scott & Briggs
Bnrriiter. ami Bolicitori
City   Drug   Sto.
SoiioitON for Ifolaon'S I'limk.
PEVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
H. ad Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital lUthoriaed. $4,000,000
Capital [paid up] - 3.ooo.oon
Real   -       -       -    3,000,000
I'.i.iiiclii-* in tin Northwest Territories  Pi >■> of British Colombia, Manitoba,
Ontario nnd Quebec.
500 Cords
Skbwood
FOR SALE....
Apply :
JaclCrawWorWCfi
A fu>! line   of Choice stationery
Just Received
ALSO,
A SPECIALTY.
School Supplies, Proprietary Medicin
toilet articles, Etc.  prescript
STRICTLY   CASH.
HON Wqb,
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  Et  C
Best Hotel in Town,
Mpartei. for Hiiiss and Ceiflmercial ia,
accommodations are  firstclass
D. R. McLENNAN,   PBOFRIETCR
VV.  Abrahamson
r. R. MERHITT, President.
E. II.W, Assistant Hon. M -
D   U. WILKIE  Vim  I —  r,
\Y. MOFFAT. Chief tnepect-ir
i i-n  Man.
Troai     L»kr,
Sn vines
B.    C. Hr«ic!i-*i    O-nrrnl    llanklnf;    llujlnrti    Transacted.
'"iiariinen*— 'I ■ *n»ii   re    ived aud interestallov
J. W. Westfall i<n,i Fred Kllioit have
bought out Geo. WmiUor't interest in
the- Copper Queen nnd Tom Edward*.
ALBJ.il.M ELECTION.
The liorernment seciiret another teat.
Alberni gives Maneun ,Cons.) a majority
oi iii, with two small plares to hear
from. Tliis seat was opeueil throuKh
Mclanil (Lib. accepting a ledural pom-
ti.ii. At the general election he had a
a big majority, which ha? now been
wipwl out aad and a Conservative one
aweured.
I\     IHI     MATTES    OK    THK    "COMPANIES'  Winding   up Act,  l(>y_,
AMI   AMhNIlI.V;     ACTS,"    axu    in
THK     MATTKK     OF     Tills     BlLVEB
Cup Mink-*.   Limdeeu   Xo.n-I'kh-
K'NAI. LlAI'.II.ITV.
1 heBlljerCup Mines, Limited Non-
Porsonal Liability, has gam into voluntary liquidation under the above Act
am! Ine- appointed Krlim. Q. Hadow,of*
the town of Kurgoson. ii-Cneeoiintunt,
its Iniuidaiur, lor the purposes of such
winding up.
Tin' erolitori of the above Company
which hat im head office iii laid town _t
FqrgUSOOj and all othura having anv
claimi agmiitt iitid Company, mi re-
Quired nn nr before tbe Oral day of
hepterober 1905. topehd to Harvey, MeCarter A Pinkham, loHcltors raraaid
liqtiidatoi, at their offices, Hnrt street
Kini'iMi.Ki-. i;.r., their iiuiii.t- aadad-
dmnei ami descriptions, ami the full
particulate ul their debts ..r claims veri-
Had by oaUi. aiul the iiatureaml auiouni
of the leeurillea, if any, belli hv tlmn .
iiml    the  tlMjirilictl  value   of  such   nei-
iirluea, ami if -v reguired by ootid
in wriune from unj,: liquidator or
nil lollators, to come la mul prove
tlwiraaid dtfutaerclaim in the usual
'•h' ai miclt time ami p|u,.,. 1U1 Hi,u|i |M.
B[*!Cifled in Hiich notice.
After lhe mud Iii hi (|Hy of September
IU05, the mill lionidator wil! proceed to
distribute the HssetH of the Company
aiiioiiu' (he iiaiMfH «ntiil«'d tlmreUi,
having ri'uuril only to th*> elmniM oi
much he then has hail nqtice, and the
liquidator will not then be liable for the
asm'tK or any part thereof no distributed
to any person nf whose claim he had
ne! nol ioe at. lite timeol tbe distribution
tbe'i-iif.
Dated this 10th duy of July, intir,.
I.lii.AMK.. 11AIIOW.
I.KiCIIIATlrll.
r»ir*i«H<ir ! iiviMniii.. in nil purtNiif Qanadu.
I "nil--.! -■:. I**H ami  i'nn-i.i
Rj ni -- *t,-■:t;..ti ci von •■ onlloo*lont and
.'.  i.li ^ iii i.n
T. U. BAKER,
nanajcer
TKOUT   LAKK   LODGE   I. O.O.F
NO. -II
iii-ijiiiur meet n«« held la
JKA.    _ lli'iriitarinn'tirifa In 111 In
VLfvV^*^ ii-l'li.-n-.w-.    Hull   i-,.-r'
**ta Vl*' JUlUI       1'ui'mIi.j 'ilu'lil  at   k
\«**% _ ,*^ir ii'i-i.ii-Ii     Vjall nn   broth-
r.f .1 m.i.. N. C.     \   W. Kf*i:r,  M A K Hsv.
tn •-•■•■ IWU) *w loo roe
TUSCAN   LODGE,
A.F.  & AM.
y   3rd   Thursday each
month.
Vi-dlors Weicoiiiv
li Korddri'd. s.-c. II   VcI'Ihtmui. W..M.
Ac. ..iiiii..i.t,      ....       Atnllliir.
J. •;. MUBRAT,
j'l;'M I' l.M.i:. 8. C.
Outaide eohi'i>aiiyB   interests carefully
looked after.
A.--nt fur ' intirhiy'- Pianos
V.M  W«stfali & Co.
m*,. r ^ The B C. ASSAY nnd (HiniCAL
StaiRCg    &    CO. svm.y ( ... L.d.
VaM-iU I 'i.n.  U. C.
, lleadquarters Inr AHcavers, Mmm. aiul
I    WHOLESALE DEALEBS in Butler,   Mill Sapphes.    Bole ajenU in bTC. for
,. ... „    , Morgan Crucible Co .  Rattersea. Bna-
' "":     Cl ''•    Pfoflace   am!   rmit. land; F.HV.Brann 4Co.'s PatentCary
ii-.-iri„i;i,..j„fepi.„....-.: v, inn uc   VnrT7v- '.'"V""""'-''''      "'"'   ■*•■*
' n. !•«. *,,rthMii tFineBalaneee^etc..ate.
MitHiii- Hntfci:  .
Milling  *'r.»t1-'-"ir-  Kl'lr.-. ir-I  r»n.
Mini -   ml I'm iikh :- ii- Kolfl,
.....k. .. \u.-i ..ir :
ti'-i.ii-.
-
I.il-r|.-i,'l ' t  . "I..i
lt< in- mis mill-.-
"•    '■ ■    ■ ■ :.:-.■•;:.••:..:...■..«.
.....  ... i,, - -. Packing and   Fer8;uson packin'-:
s Bssa-.uiG =   ! Freighting
and
Transfer   Outfit.
■.
i; ild ami •*■ rei
Silver nml J.cnri...
Cupiii-r     	
Z.n.	
Coatracte eutete-l into foi packing of Mining HoppUsa, etc.
to an" point in I be districl
i .'.ml. proinptasrvice. and any «ork undertaken goarant 1
Rntn lactori.
SHANNON,  *.ssayer
FHROUSONB.C j
.11   -rt'
.tn 00   .•
2 50   ..
i bo I :.
5°! I Ferguson.
S. Daney, Prop.
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a Home
Hot    .vurstll.
Don't Pay
Rent	
EASY TERMS.
Lennox vilie
E. MOBBS  PROP
Hotel and
Cenera! Store!
QERRARD
B
0«_H (
©F
BOOBI
SURVCYORS.
0.B.N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
I'loviiicial Land Surveyor.
Mineral Claim*. _ nrveyed
and Crown (irants Obtained
Ket :...••.    \. \t Kaoord I'fllri
Trout l*k.-. II C
A   It. IJKVi.AVI).
I'Kot im i AI. LAUD m i.\ tl o.
Mi:i*>ni.| (Mninir* Surveyeil
POM \i;. k.W.u.
Poplar Creek.
W. H, Jones, '--*=
Barber Sbopl
, •— KuU A —
;-.      Good Shave nr Haircut
- • | ■ i
I William Schnellil
y< in.- m  ■ I
Hot and Cctd Baths
i^raest Harrop
Lumber
Sash    Doer:
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for Cash i
I.OIlHfl
Printing.
I*'af    Bindtm,    Pisa    1.1
NELSON, B. C.
F. B. Well!
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
E.L.____       |
MASTERSON 1
G_N_iu_   Mi;ni.lU.\T
*■
Miners'
Supplies
well-matured Oregon Stock
—»-*-.—&—_ auiu_2_____
Ab
#Ce
per Pound   4c
•
w ■- b-M-xaraiMW
A. G. FRASER'S Store*•***»
B.C.
CASH    PRICH5   I'AlDj
P.Burns cv
WIIOI.l.s.A i.i*:   AND   i-i'1
Meat
Merchants
DeaJar* in all kinda of I"'i"'1 J'
r«OUT LAKJ   l!( ■
The Nelson
Brewing
POPLAR
B.C.
•*^.*»« ♦♦♦»-»**-».*■>-^» ♦♦->■»♦ i; #
ttrewer., of
Fine   Lager
arid Porter
R.Reisterer(fi*Co.    •  I
WOOD    VALLANCE    HAH*]
WARE CO   LTD-
ll.irihinn .   Miiu'ih'   t-'"| :
and Bangel
MEUSON. B

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