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h.'ih ii larger circulation    than   iiny
Wi'\v>i]i.'ijii'i'   in    N.
Bcnnti'iiiiy. Best advertising  medium.
Lardeau[.Mining
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The repreien_tjb*e i
of the rich Lnrdeft^-jl
country.    Bent to ff1/
any address for $2 J   '«
per nn. in advance.
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VOL. i
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C.,   APRIL 28, 1905.
No. 25.
Ul'
Local News.
m\). V. Kane, postmaster at Kaslo
Bp.l general insurance agent, came
fA on Wednesday's boat on a busi-
ftt^ ti'i|t.
B.\ very pleasant evening was
Heiii Thursday at the residence of
»l n T, Lumbers.    The entertain-
Jleii1 was under the auspices of the
St-tb >dist   Church   Ladles'    Aid
H>ci>-ty.      Music   nml  games  were
"•Milnlgeil   in, ami   the   palates  nf
Jb"Hr   present     tickled   with   ice-
am, pastry and delicate  con*
lions.    The society  realised a
nit - little sum for church work.
■ Ferguson   and    Five-Mile   have
Bui a I'd at football during the
Hr-.k. It goes without saying that
Hr -ut Lake can lick tlie winners.
Hnw, sports !    (Jet in and drill.
I Alec. Crawford's teams are haul-
H^ liiinbcr from the Ferguson saw
Hill fur tlie placer Ilu	
I Madden and Levesque are mak-
Hg connections with the water
Hnik" system. It is conceded by
Hi connoiseurs that the aqua forth)
Htppii.d liv our genial licensed
■etuallers is grea'ly improved by
He aqua purs supplied by the gen*
Hrni.'ti of thc waterworks system.
■ Walter   Wilkie  arrived in town
Hjeiin.'-day night, ami lias been
^■pt busy accepting congratula*
mm- from his old friends on his
Hi-.iit marriage. Walter will re*
Hb.hin \\i111 his brother O.B.N, all
RpiiiiU
I The b iy* al the Lucky Boy .amp
Hr-- faring sumptuously these d lys
f—\'   least, that  ia what  they say ;
Bel  a"  WC   know   that  Mrs. .lack
1'       ui has  charge of the cuisine
^' <li. nut doubt it iu ihe least. We
ngratulate manager Erhehart, as
know  by experience thai good
|i'iib always attract the best men.
The 1'i'nv. authorities have not
■ranted the West Kootenay Power
J11.I Light Company their applies*
mi for 162,000 inches of water in
IIk- Kootenay river. The applica*
inn was itrongly opposed by the
lunicipal authorities at Nela n.
Tin- Poplar Creek < .olil Mines,
Ltd., are making preparations to
esiinie work on their properties at
pin.   This company is develop*
Ing the Red Rock and Cumberland
lainm in that camp, and have
very reason to feel satisfied with
howing thus far obtained,
.mong the directors oi this com*
i.inv is a  well-known Wisconsin
linker, wh.. has   large mining in*
•   in B.C. and Idaho.
Theo   C   Atherton. a younger
(irother ol Joe of ours, arrived from
list right little, tight little isle off
in- coast "f Prance on Saturday
light He has not conic with the
lltentioil of potting red Indians ;
11 ither does he own s bowls,
knife  or   a   revolver.    He has not
wet made up his mind win ther he
BOei further and fare WOfflO or get
In and drill here lie'- looking
■01 a job, and doesn't mi 1111 what it
ie so   long   it   is'nt wet nursing or
running a newspaper,
Ed Vipond has secured the contract for packing  ore and supplies
Irom and to the Mammoth pm
P'Ti v on Goal mountain.   He will
make his first trip as soon ns the
trail is in shape. To handle (his
contract and other-   Ed   has to get
in another string of ouycusea.
A very pleasing dance was held
ai the Oddfellows' hall on Faster
Monday night.    The attendance
Was good, a large   number  coining
down from Ferguson. Johnny
Parisian with tbe violin, Protestor
Kelly with dulcimer, and Miss Edward on He piano furnished the
njii'ii".
School re-opened Tuesday.
Andrew Human and Jack Mc-
Iiiiiis came down from the Nettie
L. during the week.
The annual vestry meeting of
the Anglican church will be held
ai 7.30 11.111. on May 4th. Kev. H.
A. Solly will be in to preside,
Little Willie Langstaff, who last
week was kicked in the face by a
Oayeuse is improving nicely, thanks
to the excellent surgical aid rendered by Dr. Kohinson.
The local fishermen have been
getting in their line work the past
week. Trout have been biting
well, and good baskets have been
taken.
The constant drop of water
Wears away the hardest stone ;
The constant gnaw of Towser
Masticates the toughest bone;
The constant cooing lover
Carries off the hlushing maid
Anil the constant advertiser
Is the one who nets the trn le.
Wi rk or. the Triune is being
pushed with all speed. As the
-now goes off the working force is
being increased. The N... 4, or
lower tunnel, is now being driven
through a good body of concentrating ore.
Work at the Five-Mile plant was
partially resumed Tuesday. The
part.- of thc machinery necessary
to a full running of the plant are
now being put in. ami by the time
this issue is in the hand- of readers
it is expected the whole plant will
be ill full swing.
Theodore Baribcau, the very ef-
ficient superintendent of the Silver
Cup. returned from the Kast last
Monday to take charge of the resumption of operations at this
famous property. Borne few men
have been at work at the mine for
several weeks putting matters in
shape. It is understood that the
fore will be larger this season than
at any time   in   the history of  the
property.
Alec. McLean, the lessee of the
Horseshoe, made a big strike during the week. In drifting on the
lead be ran into a natural cave, on
the side of which is from four to
six inches of clean ore running
high in grey copper. The developments on the Horseshoe under the
lease is proving out richer than
anticipated, and the lessee will
make a good clean up for his winter's work. The property is owned
by Andy Craig and Ed.  Ilillnian.
(ieorge Henry Fisher graced the
prisoner's dock at Nelson last Saturday morning.  It appears George
Henry had his usual jag on, and as
-nin. one interfered with his baskets
whilst he was iii that condition he
proceeded to get angry and -ay
things in his own particular style,
The hoodlumsheider who run him
in thought (ill. a holy terror. He
was tilted f."i and costs with the alternative of in .lavs in the pen,
George II. evidently still holds the
Fast Kootenay property, as he is
doing the ten stretch.
There are good sermons in many
a newspaper skit, and here is one i
Twenty years hence I he hoys of
to-day will be men. Thev will be
doctors  and  drunkards,  lawyers
and liars, editors and idiots, ministers and murderers, Liberals and
Conservatives, and so on down tho
line.      It   is impossible to tell to a
certainty In what class a hoy will
be. Hut it is impossible for a boy
to be subjected to such Influences
that   will   steer  him in   the right
direction. Follow the boys of
twelve and   in   twenty years  some
of them will be in parliament and
and others will he in goal. Every
boy is training for B certain class,
and it is the duties of the parents
lo know which "
Outlook is Very-
Bright.
MONEY COMING  IN-ACTIVE
and Smith  are already   at work
on their free gold  property on this
creek      At    Popll r   the   Spyglass
Company will  resume  operations
at an early  date.    It   is  said on
good   authority   that    the   Great
MINING    OPERATIONS— A'Northern Mines will put in a stamp
MILL   FOR NORTH FORK—!"1'11   w***1'1*    this    IU,xt   month.
SILVER CUP RESUMES BUS- Tftken ^ connecUon with the above
PENDED OPERATIONS/ "^iFT-*? 7°* "'■ ^
number of individuals  opening up
in a small way and thc assessment
The  outlook for the  Trout Lake work necessary'on the  claims, wc
mining division   and the Lardeau   think we have   reason to congratu-
in general has never been brighter, late  ourselves  on   living in the
The proposed work will far surpass  LARDEAU.
anything of the past.    .Starting up  _—	
the North Fork    the  extreme nor- ,   Jo s ,„        , pishing#
tbern point of the division, we have
been informed that the Consolida- Jt is ]earn(,i „„ g(,(ll- authority
ted Co. (Old Gold and Primrose) tnat a ,mrtv fn„u poplar intend
have laid out an extensive plan of doing some fishing at the mouth of
development, which will be under the river) which *8 entirely con*
the charge of Judge Miller. The traiy to the provisions of the Game I
Guinea-Gold are also intending to u.t W(1 nre plea8ed to knmv
resume operations as soon as the |10weve"r, that the Province has in
summit is clear of snow. Mr- K Mobbg) o{ Qerrard) a justice
At Surprise creek Dave MorganIof the jieace who without fear or
lias been working a force on the favor will nail all .-uch malefactors
Surprise group, and preparations to the cross of justice, and see that
are now being made by the Eastern  only legitimate sport is indulged in.
owners to  put  in a concentrating ,„ ,	
plant and operate  the property on   —. , _-4_ •
an extensive scale.     Up the South ( OamDOriie   GlllpS.
Fork   and   Gainer  creek   a   large  ■
amount of money is waiting favor-! U C. Elliott of Trout Lake was
able road and trail conditions, a visitor early in the week. He is
The Mohican, where a small crew making arrangements for the sui-
has been working all winter opera- veying of some claims, the title of
lions will lie carried on more ex-1 which is in litigation,
tenslvely. The parties who have1 Arrangements arc being made
the liadshot under lease intend re- for ., ,,„-. gume at ,,„, ,.„,* ()f .,„,
suming at an early date. „.,.,.*.  |„.t„,.,.„  teams representing
At the Triune, where work ha.- Beaton and Camborne,
been pushed all winter, a tramway
will be put in, which on its completion will allow the employment ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
of about 50 men in thc mine." This Tb« provincial authorities are
property has large ore reserves, clearing lots on the corner of Wal-
the high-grade part of which will l»oe Ave i,n,i Frft8er Btreet for
la- handled this summer. The low tl,L'ir «-•" building,
grade or concentrating ore will be A very successful dance was held
stored until the installation of re- on Easter Monday night under the
duction plant. At the famous auspices of the.local quadrille club.
Silver Cup and Nettie I... both of A „„„.,.„„.„. ,, „„ -,„„ ,„ clear
which are controlled by the I'er- off a ,aw|) mm]< ground to givo
,„s,,n Mines. Ltd., the payroll wlU Anfa Vft„ a|) op|,orUniitv t(1 dj8.
be larger than ever before. I   ^  h[u^]{  ,_   h;<   iu.u   |ui| Q,
The big tunnel proposition which ' pyjamas.
is being  financed   by Minnesota
capitalists  arc getting all preliminary matters settled, and will work
from '20 to 80 men.
The Five-Mile plant, which cost
over a quarter of a million, have ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
everything in good running order, I Elias and George Edge have
and will be In a position to handle been smitten with the North coun*
the increased output of the Silver try fever, and left for the Oosta
Cup and Nettie L. valley early in the week.
Over  at    Camborne  the   Eva.     a force of men left last week to
Mammoth and 8ilver Dollar people | regume „lu.rations on  the   Mammoth group on Goat mountain.
Local Oddfellows
Celebrate.
TROUT LAKE BRANCHI.O.O.F.
ASSEMBLE AT THE M. E.
CHURCH—REV, A. K. SHARP
DELIVERS A STIRRING
ADDRESS.
Woik   has   been started    on the
Beaton end ..f the wagon road.
Bert Nortlny, the popular editor
'and "we"  of  the   Miner   has  his
hands full attending to magisterial
and postal  duties   as well as publishing his newsy litt'e sheet.
are all in an active condition. Tbe
latest report from this section announce the early resumption of the
Oyster-Criterion.
At Trout Lake the Lucky Boy
looks better than ev ir, and it is
the intention of the management
The Eva la working from .'!'• to
40 men steadily, and each month
turning out a gold brick of good
proportions.
The  Silver   Dollar  company   is
to largely augment their working pushing work on their properties
forces  at  any   early   date.      The : with a small crew.
Willow (irons... under the condi* McLennan _ Diamond and Lind*
tions  of  the lease,   at   least three wy & W;U(,   0Uf ,0(.,l,  meichante)
men   must   he employed steadily. ftfe prepared to  ,„,,,,|v  al* a ,„
The Horseshoe will also be worked with ,,„. nece88arjes and  lot! of
On a more extensive scale hv I.'-see .^ |uxuriefJ (,f Hf(.
Alec. McLean.    On thc  Lake slope
of   the "Cup''   mountain   Bruce
White will develop  the Winslow,
The I.X.L Company, composed
principally of Minnesota men, A'ill
push work on the I.X.L. group.
Edge and Daney will work the
Silver Plate for all it is worth.
Justice Mol.hs has made financial
arrangements for the operation of
his Canyon creek property. Tony
Lindgren will resume operations
on the Liiiseii View as soon as the
Sunday Services.
Mass will he celebrated nn Sunday morning at Id o'clock at the
residence of Mrs. Madden In the
afternoon at .'I there will be children's instruction ami catechism
In the evening at 7, Litany and
Devotions. Kev. D. Jcannottc will
conduct all services.
At the Methodist church the pas
trails are in a condition to get sup-  tor, Key. A. K. Sharp, will conduct
plies over,    At Rapid oreek 0. T.
Porter has announced  his read!*
service  in the morning.     In tin
evening there will he  the usual bi
ne-- to work the Broken Hill group weekly   song service conducted hv
on   a   large scale.    Messrs. Rogers  local auxiliaries.
The anniversary service of the
[.O.O.F. held at 'the M.E. cinirch
on Easter Sunday morning was
largely attended. Lev. A. K.
Sharp occupied the pulpit, an.l delivered an eloquent and stirring
address. The musical portion of
tin -ervice consisted of appropriate
anticms and BoloS by the choir.
We give herewith a synopsis of
Mr. Sharp's address. Tic text
was taken from 1 Cor. xvi. 18,
"Quit you like men, be strong.''
The inspired Book says that
when God created man he saio.
" Let ii* make man in our image
and after our likeness," and from
thee word- I think we get some
idea of the supreme nature and
dignity that A mighty (iod endeavoured to infuse in man bv
creation. But the making of man
in the highest sense is not  merely
that creative work   that took place
iu the beginning, but is a work
that is going on at the pr.— lit
time, and i.- a work iu which we
arc all individually called to take
a part, and a work which we are
either helping on ir bringing to
shame. Man never was called to a
greater work than to assist his
brother in bringing nature '... perfection This perfection makes
him most like bis image—God.
Tin.-. 'o_\ this perfection he gives
the world a truer cone.].tion of tbe
wisdom and goodness of (iod.
When the Church speaks of saving man. it means by this to arrest
the downward course of man'- depraved na'ure. and set him on thc
upward c iitrtc of true development
--which is up to (iod. And to accomplish tbis the Church has found
the best means is to point man to
his ideal. Jesus Christ, who by His
resurrection power is ah!.- to do
for man what he cannot do for
himself.
The text says be ' men," Did
it ever dawn upon you what a
noble thing it is to he a man '.' To
he honest, godly, pure. meek, ben-
evolent, iharitable, temperate ami
kind, and to these add wisdom.
courage, and bodily strength.
What a noble being to possi
these qualitii - ' That is what it
means in the truest sense t" he a
a man. Life ami duty demands
that man be at his lust. Duty is
not regulated by what wc arc. hut
by what wc ought to he. The man
v. Im lower.- his standard of duty to
what he is cannot he'p drifting towards lower level-.
Never 'lid the world need -trmig
men and  men at  their best more
than at the present tlay, ami it
should he the   aim   and purpose of
every church and brotherhood or
sociov to assist in bringing man
up to the highest point of proficiency. The highest standards of
proficiency are found in the Bible,
and from it we may gather some of
the essentials for the development
of strong manhood.
There must he belief in a Supremo Being and a strict adherence
to truih. The strongest men and
nations   of   to-day   believe  in    the
Supreme God, and are earnestly
following after truth. The world's
greatest h.-iiefactors have been persons who rested their faith In God.
Then there must he good influences. The Influence ol friend-,
ship plays an important [tart in I
the development of strong manhood, and the church  or  brother
hood that has lost its influence for
good has lost its place of usefulness
in the world.
Then there must be charity !
Charity enlarges tho heart and destroys selfishness. Charity helps
those in need and tides them over
the place of dilliculty or time of
weakness until they can develop
strength.
There must also be temperance '
Your ritual says : "Our laws consider drunkenness as the vilest and
most pernicious of all vices." How
many of the brightest, most talented and largest hearted of our race
might have been strong if it bad
not been that they were slaves to
strong drink.
It is our duty to be men and to
be strong men, for we have a great
mission to go and help other.-. In
these days of churches and societies
if these are doing their work, it
should not be hard to find a man.
Mining Records for April.
LOCATIONS.
Gold Hill Fraction, bv George
llamblv. 1st April.
Sunside, by A. A. Bowman, 26th
April.
TRANSFERS.
April 4.—J. C, Lone Star,Smuggler, and Ukiale, ] interest from
.1   W. Chisni to Bruce White.
April 8th.—Spyglass, Globe, and
Hawk, from R. (i. Me Lend t<i Spyglass Mining and Development Co.
Ltd., consideration 1162.000.00.
April 8.—Sea Level. Elswoith
Hnag to Jam.s Rutherford.
Byrondale. I). R, Holstead to
Adolph I'. Johnson.
ZiMilite.      Fred .(.nobs   to Ailolpll
I'. Johnson.
C>>-owner notice on Maj. Lent.
A. <L Johnston to Philip King ami
J. W. Smith.
April IL—-Hampton, Ronald
and Allan. James Rutherford half
interest to Oeo. IL Jones ; quarter
interest to (ieo. ll. Jones to W. N.
Brayton ; quarter interest same (O
same.
Allen Fraction. E. J. Hoag to
W. N. Brayton.
I.KASK  AND   llONP.
April 26.—Willow (irottse, Willow ti rouse Fraction. Unexpected
Fraction. E. M. Morgan et al to
E. Baillie et al. Lease to run two
vears.    Bond one year, $1."),000.0().
Lumber Still Blocked.
A large amount of interest is
being awakened locally oyer the
near approach of the noted cases of
Kinman vs. The Canadian Titular
an.l Sawmills. Ltd.. and vice-versa.
These cases come up before the full
court at tbe next sitting. Experts
of the   mill company   have put in
affidavits that the depth of snow
prevents their getting evidence, re-
laiive to the timber, necessary to
the successful presentation of their
side of the question, while Kinman
came in   and procured   affidavit
that such is not the case, hut the
very Opposite. " You pays ycr
money and takes ycr choice."
At a meeting some few days ago
between Mr. Leslie Hill representing the local sawmill company and
the local Trades Committee, Mr.
Hill agreed to try and arrange
matters so that the lumber Under
seizure could be sold to supply thc
very pressing local demand. We
have ju-'. received word from Mr.
Hill that he bad written to Mr. (i.
S. MeCarter, counsel for the Creditors, a-king for an arrangement
whereby tbe lumber could be sold
and the proceeds turned into a
trust account at the Imperial Bank
In re subject to the Court's decision
Thi-. he states, Mr. MeCarter has
refused to do. thus leaving the
people of Trout Luke in a very had
position as far a- building is eon..
cenie.J. m
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THE LARDSAU MINING
REVIEW.
Is I't'liil.'.l nl Troul l.nk.'i'lly, i.mi t'nbllalieil
ui KeiKiiaoii n-i<l Trout Unite every l''rliliiy,
'iii'K lln.r .Lies nut .mill tilrhaulrreapon*
l»l«- i'i..- tli" .iiuniiHi'i oi corroBpnnde-nlaox-
1HV-.M' 1 III   its   (.'lllllllllis
All lui'llls will be  I'llMl'lJl'il  ul   the lull' nl'l-'i
omits per Un.', Ursi Inaoi'TliIll, and 10 coins bt-i
liiu'.'.i.'ii aubaeqnont Inaortloii.
i
'I'.-rms 1'ir I'iiuisIi-iiI uml nil el' u lvpri. 1 s 111j;
w'll lie in. lv Iiimwil (111 lippHcill.l(||l.lll iilll.-i
U 1'nomtllon Rl.Ofl li vein'. Iii Udva'uee,
MU.1RAY <_• ATHERTON Publishers
A -       <.
I Ferguson Items, j;
Directors Whilo, Forbrs and
Morion of tie Metropolitan Co,
nr-iveil on last nigbt'a boat to at*
i"i"i ihe meeting ol' Btookholdeis
v ' :'.'i was h**ld lure to-day.
Tim football scis ei opened auspiciously mi Monday when Ferguson nnd Five Mll« mot for a
p.imc. Tne contest was very keen
and I here was little to choose bet-
Mi en tin' two tennis. Ferguson
scored once in tbo first half, and
:thc Bullionlsts failed to equalise.
Di the rocond half both siz.-s
Bcoretl once, leaving Ferguson vie-
torioa- ly two goals to one. The
tei.m- were as follows: Forguson-
fit'll. Barber, Sliuger, Snell, Keats.
Cummins, Uargroaves, 1!. Shan
nun ,'inl Lnndy. Five-Mile: A.
I'.el. ('. IV. I. W. Peel, I, ins-stall'.
Tin mas, Alhlrldge, All* 11. Cliffe,
and Marshall. Tommy Thompson gave f.itisfiiction as n ft ree.
Ti.-ni*fht then-, will he a grand
tournament   in   tho    Alexandiial
ITall. The fun will commence by
Steve Sll.icrt-r and Sandy^Liugbton]
dunning the mils for a one round]
go. 'Micro will be a 10-rouud con-1
te.-t between two local champions,]
Slid a (rent is promised all. The'
(licit Dane will meet all-comers]
• ni ilie mat nt wrestling catch-as*!
citch-caii-slyle.
Ed.   Ward   mul   Btrt   Mm
have <*one  up  the South Fork tu
do some assessment at 6-Mile,
Frank Lebrau is cutting .rtl
planing the lumber tot the placer
«-"inj any near Troul  I. ike.
On Thursday Balmoral ami i_r«
dean m -t at football. Uargreovos
'scored, for Balmorals aud   Baskett
for I.niveau.    One gi a' each aftir)
,i splendid game,
Obi man Brown whs up oik; day .
this  week   trying  to  I a*e  every
Kiiiiable potato patch.    We hear]
ihey were  all   taken up before his
aritva',
Billy Sbannon has just ahmit
e-i:i!|.it't(»l the alterations I > Irs
i.'.-i l.-iiee on Victoria Avenue. A]
rum. r in rife that Billy is miki _
these preparation*! in anticipation
of a Hie | armnisliip. A- is iisual
ia these ca'-i.'". Billy ul**adi " nol
guillj "
Si.I Basket is beautifying lie
iioit garden of Mrs  Kb k pa trirk
Ret      Father   .Icilu I e   WBS Dp |
on Tbni'.-i'■!'.   ictjiiiln g  up I.i- p.tl - I
Isbloni i'-.   Ho celebrated tune i ■ n
I'iiiI.i\ in111 nji o
Justice v.--.-.. i.ii.l.. heard the
adjotirni .1 assault case on s.itur-'
There «:t- nothing
in tl. '■■ .I. :e .• to denote that a
massacre had occurred, and the
case was dismissed, the p'ttinliff
being mulcted in costs. Fred ('
Klliott was i"iin-e| fin di i ndant.
The Easier service   given by the
Choral Society in tho Eagle Hall
last Sunday proved very suooess.'v!.,
There was a good atlenilance, and
the music and beautiful service
were greatly appreciated,
A brother of Charlie Foote arriv-
[ed hore this week on a visit. He
is a tacing cliaffeur expert ill tho
employ of the White Automobile
Co, of Mossaohusets. He is on his
way to Portland with the fixed intention of lowering tho world's record whilst there. Three miles in
a minute is his aim.
Sandy Laugh ton  is having his
acre lot iiiiarlcned up nml planted
wiih vegetabkp. l)a*-il Smith is
Ihe gardener,
Smith & 6o.
45 Bleury Street, MONTRHAL.
!'   9H-CLASS TAILORS.
.1. bo  represented In lhe far
d Mit    ut    regular    Intervals
throughout tlie year.    Orders
for nl ii'tin.' will receive close attention
our reprevontatP a will be In TROUT
LA K E an.l FERGUSON in a few weeks.
We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
asterson, Griffitt
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lhe Nelson
BrewingCo.
Brewers of
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Mem. O.I.
CHARTERED  ACCOUNTANT
Regular and Special Audits.   Reference :   Canailiiiii Hunk of Coninieree.
im e: lso n ,
[Fine   Lager  Beer
and Porter
R. Roisterer (8b Co.    -   Props.
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M. YUILL.
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.
Guaranteed,
All   work
I
OKto Block, Tilt Late,B.C.
NEW YORK I.IFK ASSI'IIAXCK
COMPANY.
Fob Investment and Protection
THOS5. TAYLOR, Agent.
Revelstoke    and     Trout Lake
Dentistry.
Hit. 5III.1.0Y Isni.w In.
calod iii Nelaon rs buc-
seasortoDr, Btoddurl m
lhe Aberdeen Block
Clli'iils from tlie I ;.!•-
iti-.in may roly ou Prst-
cl.'.s tri'aOii' ill.    :   :   :
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STORY OF  THE
"CAT'S-PAW."
^r__*sp»3___^OLD in an old picture which shows a
wise Monkey pulling roasted chestnuts
>   I &*> out of the glowing grate.—
■'   ' |j$j But, he didn't know how hot the
j-*^}     .—     chestnuts might be, so he took the Cat's
\"i'-i  \.\ ''-jol F*-v/ instead of his own. to pull out
1 CJs-j/^-tN. the first ones
V_>
J£^f
Wasn't this a
little hard.—on the
&^ \      11 £7?       ^-
v^-v^^-—y    shoe Dealer gets in
a new lot of shoes, which
he has priced at what he
thinks they should be worth —
i
WE
Kept a Stove in
Our Store all the
Winter, and our
Canned Fruit is not
rozen.
Masterson,   Griffith
and Co.
•.
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General
erchants,
Trout Lake
NEW
 t--v
how is he to know whether his
' think " 7,*as correct or not ?
By  trying  them on  the
paw " of course.
'Cat's-
'. ". Much
.\,'t'c. .Maclear. who has hecn run
iiing the Xiitic L. compressor, h f:
•'i-i'• nu i-1.i.i•_■ for a triji goutli
I'.t' Cttmi
Triune, Jlc
n run to tic
I
He may sell them to a dozen or more Customers, at the
high:st price he thinks they will stand, and —
- If the shoes don't come back he may conclude that
" thev must be worth the money."
Well, do you blame him ?
How is fo to know what they fire worth, when he didn't
sec them made?
How dca he !::_w, any more than you, what kind of
leather and k.bor has been put under the finish?
But, it the Maker; L.-d stamped on each pair of shoes the
Retail valuation of Service and Comfort they were
willing to guarantee—lie question would be simpler.
No need for any "Cat's-paw" method of finding
out value then.
Eut, — few Retailers would be satisfied with the
narrow profjta manufacturer would allow for, when
thev i-:i_ht be able to _U double that profit by doing
their own pricingf.
And beside.", only one line of Shoej in Canada
is  pnce-ccatrol!cd by the Makers, viz.,—"TheStaler
r*i ..
&"^'$__©„&
Shoe"
■"7!wn_
"ii  !• down from the
lef thin morning for
'OH*'!.
And, ns only or.e Shoe Retailer in each place can get
thc ri [fat to sell genuine Staler Shoes, the oilier shoe
itcrc must rell what is left and " knock the Slater."
Every genuine Slater Shoe
.' n/vAAA/1/i 's stamped on the
^^'^fc    .;/.-   '-</     lining with a sl.ite-
\J   :, '""    .   u v "L       frame, and thc
> « 1* Zy price, viz.: $4.00
■JA .<,or$5.00.
A LAUDER OF SWORDS
By Gilbert Parker, cloth. $1.50
THE LAST HOPE,
liv II. 8. Mcrriman, cloth, 1.50
THE MYSTIC 8PRIXG.
\',y !>. \V. Hi;,'i.'iiis. Victoria. 1.50
FOSTER'S'BRIDGE'MANUAL
Cloth, J.50
Building Trail, s  Pocket Book
Business Man'a Pocket Hook
Mechanic's Pocket Memorandum
Three vols. 1.50
Pul by Hie International Correspondence School at '•'. each oar price 11.60
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NOW
i- the linn fir M
to Itnv Lot*. Niv. r
the Pn -|i. eta nf Yarn
HO   l.|l_ it
'II   In
i\. r ■
.. • ■   .
fMEL-SOIM. B  c.
|J.Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated Brands ol   Han, Bacon
The   Tovti-  of  FERGUSON
will  In* ono of   tbe    (ircali'Rt
Or" Producing i lamps in the
World. Tho high degree »f
(iiicci'ss achieved by thi
iinnierons WEALTHY and
PRACTICAI. BRITISH and
A M E RIC A N M ININ G
COMPANIE8 now otx-ratiog
there is a iribnle to the
tremendous w  iltli ..f the bill
LLLO * % S1
RGUS
ii
m
m
hifl-li.
ins gona to Cam*
■'   :. Cnnieron, hit
tl e  \. tliu   1,. I
borne,    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
U" r"-!''  t i ai.noun,,' i|,.,t ,,„,.
"! ''■ Kirkpotri 1< has bad r,
i:' " o ivas   l,o|ii-fni
I      tin road to „
^""-v  ■'       '       nd u,-.,,,-! hi,
'••ih' form will
again,
soon bo atnoi
Charlie Abu     m» i
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GOODYEAR
PROCESS
NELSON,
B   C
HADDEN M«USI£ ^'i;;'.
flo yOU tir.-.t i. ...infill till.I.-   h.'ltt. "    I'-"'r,
In Mini'ti H Hnuae. w.-ii rutni*ii.'ii roonii
i-.'it.'i by .'i.-.-irii'liv. nr*l*ou*JS board, In
It burynti u iii iiml.. ; tin bcsl Somi itlc anil
;ini "i !-<! lli|ii<<rn i.ii.l i'li;iir..
Thomae Madden   Pror-
Lands and Works.
Hie-
Slater Shoe
 I Sole Local Agents
McKinnon & Sutherland, Ferguson
CANCELLATION   OF RESERVE.
M'TicniK ii.rcii.i- ifivin iiml tbo re arva
tun   isliilill  li  il   In   | l.r-|l:ilii-l' iiT till'  iinivj.
Ion ■ "fii.' " I'liiiiniiiiii mul VVcalrrn Itnllvrny
ni. till  .rt  IMW," i i.tlecaof whloli iwre i nn
-i-hi.i f» the iimi-ii i ni'iiiii.iii '.ii/.iii.- nnd
iluttMl on Mny. IftBO, ii ii 11 .'it ii .in ii.' IkM, na|i.'.'
Ilvel*. nre liorrbv Pftnctllwi.
i rn   'i   iimis siiiuiiiii wiiiiiii in., nu n i m
tinu'i'il I iv I lilt wild i1.' it, nt t in ..ill in- "I"-11. a
" ^    |".  M tlll'llll-lll.  Il-ll-l- l.ll.l ..III  I  <li-.Jt-.slf U.ll
iitiili'i' Hi.'  provlnlona ..r li I.uni   Acl,''
tlin-n iiiiiiillia him lliuilptonf the Ural piin
ni I l"i i nl Oils ii., Ion in tha llrill-li i'ul ii in In..
iiii/ctii". provided, liuwcrcr, Uml In n'l cn-r-
-. I:it»' ii.M'N nr.' -ii mild, nre . mpled, Icoaod "i
ittierivlai nllemiti'd by tlie llovernmolil, nnd
n ■ I.'''i'n-iitl\ finiiiil, it|« ii tli.- ,nrw,\ "l
ii"- (XiIiimiI.Iu uml  W'.-rl.-iii  HallWii)   t .'in
mny't hlncka, tn lln wholly or In part n-tlli-
i.'i su ii iiiuciiH, then tin' pel-anna «.. loqulrlng
allcll Inodl hIiiiII n.-i|iiln* llnvr nn. thereto
limn the Itiiil-.viiN <iiiii}iiiii> . wliu liiiv.'infr.'i-<l
('• ilrnl ..mi  Hti.-ii purchnaora, prt*cinptoni,
■    '     . .'I.'., mi tin- siiiii.-I.'I'iiis mul ill 11, his
aatho <•• ivi.iiinii.ni would under the provl.
HI   "I Ihr '  I 'nut Ail." i'X.'.'|il  In r.-sp....| I..
11,11. mi iin- ri.i-'|tiiM '■ iil'i'-lui. Which
lull   la  iiibjccl In tl milntl.in*. laaued hj
tin ' • in 11 .iiiiy ii 'a'l.<- In thi' cut Una <•! 11 in I" r
ii tin i "luini'iii und SVeaturn Itallway Land
.unlit.'
W. 8, oortB,
Doputy r.iiniiii-i luiii-i ni Lands*! Works,
..      and Woi In i'i puliiin'iit.
\ nli.rln, I..i !„ 21 nl l-'.-lii lury, lidi'i.        r. u
1
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Public School, Ho*p tal, |nd
v,.»ii''i' ii.Hiii.,ii„„H. Bzoellem
iV'.iii-1-M..ii.!. >-\-i.-ni. Streets,
Blorea aod Rea'deucea iilu*
mined l>v Eleotrieity. hmir
'"ni i. rvloe. ihe towii.tc
is admirably laid out Get in
NOW on i im ground floor.
hot.. <;in now be purohased
i Ron
$?5
tti»
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T0WN5I IE ACiliNT
HENRY FLOYD
REVELSTOKE, li. C.
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i■ .» 5 .« i: .; t; . :.    *
-  XCbc IDotcl fficaton  ...
liHA ION. » c.
Yi -irons Arriving at Boston fths tliroSliold of the I.a..l".t" ■
ylnArnwIi-Md, will find this Hotel to be fully squlppwl
, .,/"!''"«'■,'1"" -r*-de.   l':x.',.|i..„t  -n„„ lation.    A well
appointed and spselous dining hull.    The besl ol Wines, Sphiu
n',!'.r Mfvi i "r7"n "'V'"'visi"" iMuiv"" '" ll"' reqatrsments»l
patrons  V Isltors to tbe iVdsau can rely on comfort at this hotel.
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
...»:•;  ■    ,.i   .. IV,
■
FERGUSON H©TEL
The noted In.nn lor travellers visiting
Ferguson, h.i I,
A well slock.'ii Bar ot the choicest Liqours, VV
lues, etc.
McDonnoll &  Black
Proprietors,
Legal Notices.
iil'i: TO   I'l.l.l.Mji KNT CO-OWNKIU-t,
i I'm; |p K IMG  Slid J.   VV. Siiitii or to
whomsoever ther they may have
transferred theli Interest In the
• i aple l.cnf " mineral claim, situat: .1
. i, ihe "until ' . i elite ol Poulai erepk
nml about twi and a huh miles from
the mouth "f (be creek, In the Troul
Lake Mining Di*. i  ■ West Kootenay.
'ou are hereby notified  thai t, Arthur
, Johnston, co-owner with you in the
" Mupli   l.i-iif"   mineral claim  above
■cribed   have   performed  i;ili.>r and
made expenditure on the said claim to
the extent ol $100.00, [under the jiro—
- \ . ons .0 lection _ ot tho Mineral Act,
[i'i order to li<>4.1 aaid claim, ami the
ear lot « hicli laid labor was perforn ed
i in, i expenditure made having .-■.] ii   I,
j ] do hereby give you notice to contribute
voui   i" "i"t':"" ol   -ie-:. expenditure,
in,i v, i, are  Further n- I ilii d thai i( at
ll ,- expiration "i 80 'i.n - of publication
I hereof yon  fail or refuse to contribute
■vour proportion ■.( Ihe expenditure
■made, together  sritb all costs of advertising, yoni   latere is in tin' said claim
,    become veste I in  mc nnder ami
t-\ virtue ol  provisions of Section 4 ol
th.  Mineral Act, amended Act \"  I
Dated al Poplar! teek, b.i . Dec 31,'04.
\i:Tlll I' G. JOHNSTON, Co-owner
.. i  1006
NOTICK     it CO-OWNER8,
To T,  It. Davey, or to any person or
persona to whom he may have truim-
ferred liiu li terests.
Take Notice, I the undersigned coon lei with V"u in tbe 0 *'>■ i and Davey
mineral cla'nia situate about fuur miles
above Fergusdn on Smith Fork
'■reek in tin' Trout Lake mining
division of West Kootenay district ami
province ol British Columbia have done
'i.i- required work ..t. the above-mentioned mineral olaims tor the years 1908
and 1904 in order to hold tbe same nn-
lei lection L'l ol tlm mlnoial act, ami if
within 90 days of this notice you fail or
refuse tn contribute youi portion ot
■uch expenditure for work done, togeth*
erwitli tb st ol tbis advertisement,
your interest in the cai.l mineral claims
will-become tlie property nt the sub-
■cribed under section -i of the Mineral
Act Amendment Act of moil. Dated at
Trout Lake this 24th day ol March '06,
'8. DANEY,
24 8'06. Co-owner
0BHTinCATEOFIMPH0VKMKNT8.|    It   pay. t  the  Telephone.     A
... li ngth\ trip i an ofti n hi i    11|
IMJIILI-.. Mi   Ferguson: Cummins'  *tore ; Troul
ltevonge iiiiiietni cloiii li In the  Lake, Post Ollloo; also ut lleatoii, Cuin-
TIroul  Lake Mining   Diviil |   Wcsi   aplix and Arrowhead.
Kootenay district,
Where located ;—On Triune Mountain I
InKarmhllS clnim8' ,,,,,PMurn |POP_AR DIRECTORY
take Notice that I, Gi urge I Mc
Catti-r, iii'tiir,'as a gen I lor And ire Ferguson, free miner's certificate No 1183562
Intend, ilxly days from lhe dale In reof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder toi a
CeitlHcate ol Improvements, lor the
I'"' i■■ ie of obtaining a Crown Granl of
tlie above claim.
And further take notice that action,
, under aection .'!i\   i  be commenced
before the issuance ot such Certificate
ol improvements.
Dated thii 10th .lav of March, a.d.
!"lir>- GEO. S. McCAItTER.
17-3-06.
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,"
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
JacObso & AnQorsoi, Progs
Balmoral Hotel.
Visitor* tn Ferguson  may rely upon tbe very best ot
accommodation nl tlti-' well-known hotel    Itooms are
well furnished thionghout.   Tbe Bar li itocked with
a choice assortment ol palatable quenchers
Under the Management of S. Slinger
BerlinerGrai^o-phona
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
N.Ul   l.'lo DEUKQUKNl OO   UWNI R
n Parisian or to whomsoever bs
may have transferred hia Interest in
il,.'ll.in. iloke, 11 .-X ami Charlotten-
burg mineral cliiima.
I ike  Notit ithai I  the   undersigned
co-owner with you In the Homestake,
Ibex andCharioltcnburf* mineral claims
.rn, ni :;  miles  In a louth-nes
■ ni  I  'I rout  Lake in  »lial is
ii in the
■ :;,ke   in. lion   ol   M'eSt
naj. I ave periorn ed the necessary
ttork .-o i made ilie neremarj •>',-: ll
turc .n  tie above-mentioned  mineral
- tn 1900,  1901, I"'"- in
- ■  ■    inn    nd i -■ ction 24
I  •, nn I  tlie rears fur
■ii I     i '*r) ami ex-
■ ■      ide havinp expired, I here-
' . • .  i   not   •-  tli.it   if  ».'Lin  I'll
.. nil ■ he i:i-i  pub :■ ai ."ii hereof
■ t... 1.1,l;i!-
■ -iiaic.it inch ex I anditurcand
j,.iv   | hi I  of  thi     a-lvetl-, mem.
oil mineral claims
■ . ; of the under-
•. i tin- of lection 4
nl   the mineral    acl   atnendmi m act
I    0.
Dale.
- 7Ui   .1.-.V nf
Mairh,
1 i: ■.-. K  1. vsimiIS
Mai  '
I a 1 mnrr.
NOTICE-.
Siiiuet. Joseph, Maiul and Anna Mineral Claims, situate  in  the Trout Lake
Mining Division, West Kootenay District.    Where   located:—Situate on
the North Lurk of  Lardeau creek in
the  Province oj British   Columbia,
about mm mile above Circle City.
'lake Notice that I. Charles VV. Mc-
Croasan, "i tbe City ol Loi   tngelei
California, Free Miner's Certificate No.
B07793, intend lixty days from thedate
hereof to apply to tlie Mining Recordei
fur a Certificate ot Improvements foi
tie purpose of obtaining a Qrown granl
of tho above claims.
And further tak" notice that action
under section 37 must lie commenced
ti. fore the issuance of such Certificate
ol Improvements.
Dated tins Brd day April, a.h. 1906.
s-i-0.-.     Oil .VKI.l'.'s W. McCROS8AN.
NOTICE.
1. It.. Bluejsv, Doubtful,CD., ('.II.mei
X V /. . mineral claims situate in t'ie
Trmit Lake Mining Division ot West
Kootenay 'lintrn-t.
Where located:—Neor Troul Creek,
i-lMUit .'!'., niilea fi.'in Tr.nil Lake.
Take n -; •• ll it I, O B. N. Wilkie
acting n- agenl tor Jai .1. McGlone, tree
» co uiiiKite No, B83127, intend
sixty days nfter'.lne hereof, t" apply lo
lit Mining Recorder lor Certificates ot
Improvements lor tlie purpose of obtaining eros n grants ol the above claims.
An.l further  lake   notice  lhat   action
muter section •!" mum be commenced
before tbe issuance "f inch certificate ol
Improvements.   Dated tbis 80th day oi
March, A. l>., 190B
Mar.3'06. O. IS. N. Wit KIK
All kirvlb of New Rec rds.
S.Ie Agent for thc Lardcsu:
J. Ca Munay
Trent Lake E. C.
Royal   Hotel
l:anc> Bar,
Musical I iit'-ri.-iintiii nl
Bt-flctin   Board, World's
Alining News.
E L. MORAND, -  PROP.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
THIMa   n;:\v   anii   Ktn-iT-i.'i. KBH in  a i.i. iu:st
Fire  Proof Safe
th* hsoie ti stocked with me s-vurt WToai ant oigarj  i   ths mtrltst.
r*"r>
rn>ut    Lake,
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Lardeau
Hotel
s
Sandy Laughton
I'roprii-t  i.
r—
w
IIEN visiiiui*  Ferguson you
should stay at the Lardeau
II..id.    Here  tbe   visitor
SMI    w'*'  ■"'  l*lurron',,*'-'d  w'"'
jga'    Itome comforta.    Excellent
,..___!    cuisine,    well   ventilated
and    warm   rooms,    well
stocked bar, and everything which
let ds towards making your vi-it a
pleasant and memorable one.
Rates from -fl day upwards.
Wc strive t<> please tmr patrons.
FERGUSON.
C3
B
MACKINNON and
SUTHERLAND
With
the arrival
of Spring a Young
Man's Fancy lightly turns
to Love and Summer Raiment.
We have received a Huge
Stock of Up-to-Date
SUMMER
Suits.
Prices from $10.00 up.
FERGUSON - - B.C.
The BEST Always i
IN FINK SHOES :
minim; SHOES :
SHOE PACKS:
RUBBERS   ixn
OVERSHOl SI
GERMAN  socks'
Is wli.it   J.00   will |(t W ViiU do   .veil- leivlllK
.inn n«.   Hoduu't loiget. when wautlugai ..
iiiini! in I lie way ol lootwe&r to call on n«, m
drop a line.
First-Class in every respect.
Tlie Travelling public carefully
taken care of.
It & Heta • Preys.
The ROYAL SHOE ME
Nelson, U. C.
R      ANDREW    &    CO.
Mail oril'Ti carefully aid   ti-
attend** I to.   Agent I ,i - . lei . nd Net*
' leliill BI s.
time,   table:
S.S. ARCHEP or S.S. LA«l)l":Al .
ftimnini* between Arrowhead,  Be*
ton ami Coniai'lix, acnciof*  Octo
ber  I4-.b,   lHo.'t.   will   siiil   ai-  follow*,
wouther • cniiiitir   .
i.cav Arrowhead I ir B< ton anil
('unispi.A, twice dally- Im. and ">k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice dally—7:16k and
l2;-t.''k. Making tiu-e oonnectlone
with all ('. P. It. Steamers an i
The owners reserve the  r _'h'.  to
eliaii^'c-   tinioH   of    Huilin^s     v. I
notice.
The l.mpirc Lumber Co., Limited.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Koctenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
is i nd»r Iha uune ICanAfenu_t«
E. R. VIPOND
Tr    t, Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A BPECIALTY.
Stables at TrouL Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
j Excellent   Accommodation
j Best Liquors
j And Very finest Cigars   E.
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
iT
TROUT LAKE CITY
*_
THEPI". have bat n fortauei
iii.hIc by jiiilii'tuiisi Investment in Real Estate, ami
more fortunes will li • itimle than
ever tne 11. xt two or three year*.
The ono win. reapa Hie harvest it
the orlgio.il Investor, for he hu**
liis iii nicy ne ;i certainty,
Now let in point oui ii> \..n that
tin re i« in. licit, r -| nt . n lhe Con*
tilt' 'it to buy iv. .ii restate tbau
TROUT LAKE
Trout Lake is tlie prettli -i spot
i-t tbe KiH.ii'iinv; us u pleasure
ri i 'it u ha- n i equal, ll■ <a■ inj;
mi I lisltiii^ in iy 1 c iinlnl_ ■ 1 in
tlm vi ar I'i'iiii I ; M bile big j^ain.■
iii ittniiidttiicc i- t i the 1'itiiiil mi
the l»i11-*. lis cliiiiiitu i*. suporb,
there ti Ing no ({real extremes, it
being milil in winter and col In
siltinner. I1 can boasi >>f .- >me "f
• he tineHt hntelg nml r sidences In
l'.riii-li iloltimbia. Its st'■ ds are
well lititl out anil j*'"''1 d. Tl ore
nre  two exoelienl   ci u rn] stoi ■
llll.l it ('laill'e al  till' Btlvi Iti-ellli lllS
iti this journal will show that all
trades Hre fairly well ri'p'Oitnted.
Write  with I'l.nli'leiH c tn Agents,
z
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
_, TERMS.
• <»«
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
Make your
selection at
jjjj
once.
.. ..
Then call on
or   write  to
_*n        gw
W^
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IT li'it* never had a ' boom " its
growlti baa been steady. It is
the lund nf navigation,   and
• if the c.l'ir^Aii roadi tin tne
Lardeau) lead to Trout l.nke. It
is tli*.* oomi%*reial centre of the
ricbeat mineral district on the
continent, ai il has banking facili-
lies provided by tha In)|ciial
Bank of Canada ; lirst data school
iicc.iuiiii.'dai i. n under the direction >'f 8. Shannon, B.A.; a good
water syaU tn ; government offioea ;
0 untj (".'iiri sittinj,'*-; Mi th (list
Episcopal iu .1 Anglican churjhei
and cottage hospital,
I'h.-i'i*   arc valuable ranch  lands
.ui >he outskirts awaiting settlers.
Its lumber resources are magnifl
ci nt, nnd ii   hand saw mill   with B
capacity of 00.000 It. per day is at
1 c 1. nd of tho lake Tlie mines
tributary are proving out bigger
producers   every   year,   with   new
prospect*: opening up rich bodies of
ore.
Tl ere will be a big rush this
summer, so if you would know
mine, write nt once to eilhei of
the agents at the addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
I
.'-..—.. aa
B
a, _uuaiUiUiuUiiUuui_s4uu,«aaiHiu.u.iuu,uaiuaiUUiiiiiiutiUiuii4i»tiiUii*i j
•Job Printing of every descriptiorn/viU_tejt^^
City   Drug   Store
Sg™   you want to SEt-L
i"    y#u want to BUY
Correspond with the
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
Wujhave several Good Proper-
ies listed on which g.io.l term
can be luiii.
L'rdean Miijes Exchange,
' " Review " Building.
Trout Lake, B.C.
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT l^AKE, B. C.
BAR WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Liquors aitd Sigars
Large Comfortable Kuows
Excellent Cuisine.
LEGAL
FEED ('. KJ.MOTT,
B4RHI8TEB,U0TARy
PPBUOi ETC,,
Trout Lake, B. 0.     ami Ferguson.
Fun Sale: Lot.-* 35 ami 86
clock 17. Trout Lake Apply to
Mrs. .1. H. German, 605 University
jit. Seattle, Wash.
Starf.es 8 Go.
WHOLESALE DEALER8 in Butter
Eggs, Cliece, Produce and Fruit.
.Houston Bk., Josephine St. Nelson, B.C.
WOOD    VALLANCE     HARDWARE CO   LTD
Hardware, Miners' Buppliea, Stovei
nnd Kanges
rMEH-SOIM. B. C.
;TROUT   LAKE   LODGE   I. O.O.F.
NO. -II
■»*««■ K.-Kular inoetiiiu" lield In
(i.iiireiiow'H   Hull  sverj
*■   lfSt*6      Tuesday nlelit ni   *
£ OS'   u'i-iii,'k     Visiting brothers c.ir.tiully welcome.
iVSadden & Levesque   -   -  Props
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Puck and^Cartnge Horse* Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
♦«•■>♦«♦♦»
Daily state leaves   Doaton nt 12 o'clock for Trout l.nke Ferguson and Cam Dor no
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake tor Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne
tico. 8. Mct'iirtcr. J    A. Hiirvev
A. M.   I'lnklini.i.
HARVEY MgCARTER & PINKHHAM
SOLICITORS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B. C
■solicit..m lor linntrial Funk ufl'iinnJn
JOHN MANNING SCOTT,
B    A., I-.L..B.
A fwM line  of Choice stationery
Just Received
A- a*_/«\ SCHOOL SUPPtieS, PROPRIETARY MEDICINES,
ALoV/f, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC. PRESCRIPTION WorK'
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
BABRI8TER8,80UOITORB,ETO.
J. H. Scott, S.G. Kred Mummery, It A K.See
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No39.
A.F. & A.M.
3rd   Thursday eacli
nijntli.
Visitors Welcome
0 1-orddred, Sec H. HcPherson.W.M
The B C. ASSAY and CHHHICAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Wwil'VKK,  B. ('.
Jlciiil.jtiarlers lor Assayers, Mining and
Mill Snpplies. Sole agents in B. ('. for
Morgan Crucible Co , Baitersea. England; F. W. Braiin & Co.'s Patent Carj
Furnaces, Burners, etc. : VVm. Ains-
wortli A Co.'s Fine Balances, etc.. eic.
500 Cords
Slabwood
FOR SALE....
Apply :
flrflf
II
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review.'
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Uevelstoke Station.
B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Headquarters for Mini and Cenercial Mea.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,    PROPRIETOR
Head Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorised, $4,000,000
Capital [paid up] • 3.000.000
Heat    -       -       •    3,000,000
Branches in tlie Northwest Territories, Provinces ol British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario and Quebee.
T. R. MERRITT, President. D. B. WILKIE, Vice-Pres. and den. Man.
K. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager.      W. MOFFAT, Obiel Inspector
Troui    lake.    B.    C. Branch   A    Oeneral    llanklnir    Binlnc»»   Transact"**.
Si.viii'.-s '."partincnt—Deposits received and inter "9t allowed.
Dmns Bold available In all parim.f Uinad*.
United sinics an.l Kurnpe.
Special iilteiil...ii;i!!.'.n l*J collection* ai.U
Mining Bonds.
T. D. BAKliR.
Hansger
B. J.
CUMMINS
il.iii rut sinre.    l*'ii 11 lino
nl Canned Oooda,     Fruits
III Mc.lSOI..     IllK HsSiirtllH'lll
nt tjmoken' sappHea.
om.-oof tin. inn Bend Telephone <'«
FERGUSON
W.  Abrahamson Lennoxvilie
Hotel,
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a Home
i-'or   Yourself.
E. MOBBS  PROP
Hotel and
General Store
GERRARD
B  C
r-Ct!*i.J-iJ3-*ICKM>'
Don't Pay
flvcoonntsnt,    ....     Auditor.
J. 0.  MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, It. C.
Oatside companvs'  interests carefully
looked  after.
A.'"iiI fur liolntsman's Planoa
V.M. Westfall & Co.
Get your
Stationery and
Job Printing at Thi
Mining Review RCllt
—  EASY TERMS.
!
0 K
1
: JSarbcr Sbop
GT)      T-^ofVlA   AGENT FOR GIANT POWDER
(    JD.    JJCtullU   FUSE AND   CAP&
LESSEE of the ALEXANDRIA HAIJ.
FERGUSON. B.C.
Post Office Block,
Main Mreei.
Mining rn.i'.-tt'.s fteporiad On, j .»....,,,     ,	
Min.-s and Hnainects Bouf nt and Hold, ' Sun   ■    •    •    •    •    •    •    -' "•    •    ■    •'"■•'   •
Minim* l'r..|Hi ill - Lis.a. .1 Alter for Non-Uta*
il.'in.
i_r,i.-..., -ii ..,.,..     xr,)Ut. Lijje j*. c.
Becoralng mile.-
Packing and   *«y!™j»****
Freighting
and
Transfer   Outfit.
Coatract* entered into i-.r pai king "I Mining Roppllas, etc.
Qold ir Silver    tl 50    ' to anr point ia tlie district.
(lull.,i.d siher   ....        . ,,.$200   '• Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed tr
Silver and .".cad     2 60     . Satisfactory,
Copper         100 	
I Ferguson.
5   SHANNON,  '.ssayer,
PHRQU50NB. C
S. Daney, Prop.
 •;     •   .-;j (j)
SUR\. -ZYORS.
0.B.N WILKIE, P.L.S.
1'r.ivinciiil Land Surveyor,
Mineral Clsims Snrveyed
■nd Crown (Jraots Obtslned
i:» -i'i. in-.-   Neil BseordOfllss,
Trout l..k.   I   I
A. K. HEYLAND,
i'KOVINCIAI. l.AXI) SI-RVCYiiK
Mi.-i-ral ('!,'iitn« Surveyed
POPLAR, KA8LO.
 KOIt A	
5     Oood Shave or hair Cut
— .'.M.I   OK
William Schnell,
irSJIOtnOM an.l TBOUT hki     »
Hot and Cold Baths
-
fl. W^EDGE
Painter
Decorator
TROUT   LAKE
B.C.
W. H. Jones,
L^ice   leaf   Binders,   Fine  Job
Printing.
NELSON. B. C.
»f
'5rnoKcrs' supplies in
great variety.
.'^'^fe^.'SL__9_i
NELSON   DIRECTORY.
WATCHES.
We are watrli people b'lfl of all.
IV*6 make watelii*** our great Ipffi-
Slly. We arc in fact nniversa'
•saidi provideis. We boast of the
.n'l.-t (-'.ni| rt'li*-!!*-! vr- stock and
jiroin/ilefi service. Onr ji.ttron-
■gg proTSS onr joe eiiiiiiciiee iu
llie retiill wtiltli trade. Once n
jmfmri. always n fiatron.
1'iiyiiiij wntrliPr. in the j'tmntily
tliiit **e do, wn are enabled to ■_•
en i" .I ,...•.in nl- impossible to the
imaller itealer, and wo tarn tliein
over to you nt a eorresponijfng
reduction io prion.     Writo us for
pi ice*.
Ewert Bros.
MaUon.RoMlsnd, Trail
b'welers und fingiavers
Butter is a Conundrum.
Prices in Ontario are near to the •">'* in.'irk : same in Winnipeg. Al tbe l.itt.r plans fr.sli iii.nl' i.n. k-
.irc selling wholesale al 85c.. and tbe Mtroity n,.ik. it passible lor tbe dealers to nil any kind <.f track
al big |i.        Htarkey'i Weekly Report.
White Burbank Potatoes    -   -   -    $2.26 per cwt.
" The Best Ever."
*™»t»-»TW *SaT«ra_l *f_T»_sa«r«S*BM_«r_HlBT»7a___«B-fa^
OGILVIES  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD FLOUR
Made by fli" N' w Electrical Procese, ii* acknowledged to I*, the BEST.
We don't KEEP it I      We SELL it:
A. G. FRASER'S Store **-l*.
I^rnest Harrop
Lumber
Sash    Doors
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for Cash
Poplar Creek.
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH   PJUCliS   PAID
To Contractors.
Bl.K'KI.AYJ-.'K   (Abstainer)   irsnU
«nrk.   Write, stating wage* ofT1 '■
ed to J. H\ JOHBB, Port Willlsm, Ont.
P.Burns&Co
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
lleulers io all kinds of Fresh Mint
TBOlTTi 4KE.B.C.

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