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Tin- representative
of the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for $2
per ,'in. in advance.
TROUT LAKK CITY, B.C., JUNH g,  i<;o5.
No. 31.
•Till Inaugurate
Exchange for
Trout Lake.
)CAL MINING AND BU8I*
[NESS MEN ARE DETERMINED ON PUSHING THE
ILARDEAU TO THE FRONT.
Trades'   Council
Meeting.
The Hill that Will Make Trent Triune Mine will Ferguson Briefs.
Everybody in the district must
Rend the meeting called for Mon*
iv  night  next     A  circular has
i n   distributed,    which    i_   n_
lorn :
Dear Sir, -You nre cordial!*, in*
Stci! tn attend a genera] meeting
be held in the Oddfellowa' Hall
unlay, June 12th, to discuss (he
sanitation of what we may call
[Mining Exchange
The object of tlie Exchange ia t.i
y and improve the district  at
To gei .ill the information we
can from ench and every property in the camp.
To have tin- secretary write up
this report and put same on file.
To gel samples of ore from each
The regular monthly meeting of
the Trout Lake Trades' Committeel
was held on Monday last.   A good
number were prosont.
it was announced that the
C P.R, had decided to change their
telegraph system from Lardo to
Gerard to a telephone system. A
communication wot sent to J. 8.
Lawren if the O.P.R.,   asking
that the system be exti nded to
Troul Lake. The Nelson Board
of Trade were communicated with
and requested to use their influence
in that direction.
fl • n atti r of incorporation of
Lake Famous.
Lucky Boy, Horse Shoe, Willow
Grouse and Copper Chief
Group of Claims.
Ship
Ore at
Once.
Tre-iU'iiou* Silver  Values from ths latter Property.
Awayer S. Shannon, B.A., giv33 values of 5,150
Ounces to the Ton.
TO the West of Trout Lake, and
just  above tho city lies ono
the
meeting
' he communication was ordered
i to I,,.,,t   io  Un   Vancouver and
•Victoria Hoard- of Trade re C • extension  of the O.P.B. road  from
l-erdo   tn    Arrowhead,     It   wai
)i  tne
richest pieci - of ground on
town was laid over for a future|the; pontincnt.     It comprises tho
mineral claims known as the Lucky
B iy, Morse Slue. Willow Gi
Ruffled Groute and Copper Chief
groups, The.-"' properties wen:
staked mostly in lst'7, but until
three years ago very littli
pointed  out  thai  the  building of Was _
grade ore which to handle economically will necessit ite the installing of reduction works.
This prop rty is owned by J.
Livingstone, M. Mathieaoh, Ole
Peterson and F. C. Elliott The
first three are practical i
and have declared their i\ l ition
of staying with the proposition and
thin line would shorten ti.
from   the ooaai  to poin
Kootenay  and   Crow's   Meet,   dot have taken out sufficient ore to de
and every property in the camp away with many transfers, and re- frav
and exhibit same in   the Ex- .1,,,   ,..,,  . ,    ,'     n ,,
auce rates materially on all met*
ciianiii-i'  shipped   in  from coast
points.
A communication was read 1
san 11
change office.
To send copies printed of there-
P 111    1. '■! •>. 1-.1  to  mining men
• mil elsewhere.
furnish any property owner
in the district some of these
printed  copies  to- send   oul
continuing development.    A ship*
At this time Philadel-1 ment of the clean ore will be ma Ie
>Uil" 'j phia  men  secured control of the 1 at an early date.   This property is
in thej Lucky Boy group, and up to date considered by many to be the key
to the hill,
all    expenses,   tin   average     South from the Copper Chief ia
value of wli:i li ill'it- ifl.'itj per ton
the  Willow   Grouse,   now   under
The same  h-ad  opened on tbis lease and bond to Joe Vcrschoyle
property inns through the adjoin- and  W   S. Wright,   A good lead
W. Whyte, 2nd Vlee-preaidenl of
ll ■ I P.R., in which be deplored
the necessity of turning down the
.•■I 1 lication for an extension of the
road from Gerard  to Trout Lake,
rum tgg   property,    the   Horse   Shoe,
any per on be wishes who may
be interested in mining.
To  1'hik  after   strangers  who,
come into town, take them to ■'•"/•'•" the immense strides being
nade in the North-west and Boun*
th    Exchange and try and inii re i Ihetn in the camp.
To li-t  propt rties and  t y and
get them placed on the market
at a reasonable commission.
To awial the , roperty owncis in
evi ry way 1 .'S-ib!.-.
'I'n gel together and talk matters
nd gel suggestions from
ne. By 1 Irder.
The above notice has been sent
it in 1 large number. The invitation 1- intended to be g ncral,
ind every man who has any i;i-
yii-'i- in the country is urged to
present <!o to tbe meeting
[vhether ynu have received an invitation or not. It ;s for the good ol
lhe district, and YOU might offer
gt stions which will be apprc-
1 iate I.   Monday night next.
l'."i:v.    Monday, May 2!Jth, to tin*
wife of K IL Vipond, a son.
Kev,  A.   K.  Sharp ami family
fl  • . Tuesday for Ashcroft.   The
tli men has been among us
1 •'!,;' the Methodist church
abi ul   two  years, and he has
many lasting friends.   We
Ji.'-li Mr. a ie I Mrs. Sharp prosperity
Pn tinir new hum.'.
Paddy Murphy, one of Ba-ndou's
popular hotel men, came- in to look
interests in the Lucky
owned   b_   Andv  Craig and  Ed.
of clean  on
which the
lliilnian, from which several good- for shipment.
has been opened up,
•m" s are Backing up
Judging from   -
Bised shipments have been made,
the Mueller returns giving the same
average values
made, the smelter returns will not
be less than $2011 per ton The lead
being worked on this property is a
Up thi hill from the Horse Shoi    ontinuation oi thc C pj  r Chief
re con.:.' io the Ruffled Grouse and Tho rich strike made on the lattci
.  lias caused s
two different leads have been opened ti]
very   satisfactory   opinion   to be
h
.
iu
ky '!,
IV
,:   .•   '■• ■       _j_g !" tho 1 ■ I  i- rhjef.    on this property
**—-t--   _-— r~i. ■■       *        * ■   * *
un i" I Hiding re- ■'. .-, ■ 1 rout
Lake would, therefore, have at this
t |.|.   p.  _   ■       ■ ■ - j
■     a   -   ii-      '   ,   rl int. „ 1   -.   being di ..-
Tin poliay of his company, he said, head has demonstrated a pai      ik Chief Fred Johnson and Neli Nel
1 aud uncovered, o;i< of them formed 1
ii'.-;.,',i • of 0 1 -:.   mountain.
x  being di 10 on this     On the south-east of the "Copper
Following the active developing work which has proceeded all
winter at the Triune there is a
great amount of satisfaction in the
knowledge that the Triune is now
a mine In the true and at oepted
meaning of the word. The stockholders of the Metropolitan Gold
and Silver Mining Co. by placing
explicit confidence in their directors have enabled that body to
further develop their property,
which development lias be:'ii done
faithfully and well.
Throughout the winter  we have
reported from time the   progress
being made, and about 30 tons of
the v eil known  high-grade ore ia
I for shipment.   Most of
ths   me   <... -    been encountered
while! di (-eloping.   No. 4 tunnel is
nearly in  t ■ tho point  to connect
•■" ■'!. and  tn" middle cf the
si.i.uM   Bee   connections
Everylmdv 111 ocinted with
th ■ mine an ified at'the
I" 1 I '   i ■.'-;■ ■' -, and  we believe
ll .   shape for
the - .'.. 111 -- -•: .1
En : oui  r aders we
expect li.e puck-train has arrived
at the mine. The baby tram is
about to be put in shape for carrying the ore from the mine to s
point above the lower terminal
bunk-booses. The working forces
are being increased al the mine.
RirtMay party*
Last 'veiling a  small but  select
J. C Kirkpatriok is fast regaining his old lime vigor. He has
hud a long spell of ill-health, and
everybody is glad to see an im-
provement for the better. Son
Bobby is expected home from
school at New Westminster to-day.
A guest arrived at the Lardeau
hotel without a shirt to her. back
or a cent in her pocket last Sunday. Host Sandy, however, gave
up the best apartment in the house
to the stranger, and Mrs. Sandy
'lid the honors while daddy wet" the
visitors head and entertained the
guests downstairs. Wo congratulate Sandy, and hope that his offspring will he as numerous as tho
hairs on his head.
A. J. Gordon and J. Laing were
down to the Lake on mining busi*
nes- Monday.
Mrs. Lanahan and little daughter from 6-Mile were down to our
-ister town Monday.
Service of a choral nature was
held in the Eagle hall lastSunday.
Dr. and Mrs. Newcombe were
out for a long drive ia-t Sunday.
The roads an now ia tphmdid con.
dllioli.
Dr. Hodgson, a travelling den-
tist, was here the lirst part of the
week He proved efficient and did
ttood business.
The compressor plant of the
Silver Cup is now ready f..r opera*
tion. A contract is to be let for
driving an upraise on the Sunshine
tunnel.
was t promoti in every way p --
sii.le the development of the :"i:i-
eral resources of !»('..and the Lardeau country would receive every
consideration.
MINING   RECORDS.
LocaTIi :•-'.
Bunker Bill
iidcrfoot
r
J'iin
en" k.
Red    "' k  frai tion, Tenderfoot ct    k
\\.  v Bi iy) ri.
' ■   •   iMKXTS,
Gold Park.   F. P. Mar
'i
v.
1      Fred •'-.. ■ bs
Juno
3. Bi
yt..r?
5. Ilu
iugstoi
5.
W. Lit
v 1
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of about four inches of clean ore,
the highest assay running  .'.150
sun have a _ 0 1 claim on whic
good !'■;.,1 ii.".; Ia. ii un toreri •!.
■
ozs,   of  silver, o-   approximately! ing approximately the same values.
$3,000 per ton. From the other
lead a shipment was made in 1903
of about  Bfivi ii  tons, which gave
net   n'l'.nis  of  $124.     There  are
- vi ral large bo Iii - of low*
Tbe development of these properties mean much  to the  future
pro ;■■ rity  ol  tbe  town  of Trout
and the Rkvikw wishi - I
• ntownersall possible success.
Conservative
Meeting.
A meeting of the Liberal Ci
votive Association wns held Wednesday night at the Review offic ■.
Matters of importance were
gone into and fully disi ussed, The
pffio of the Vice-president being
1 ; "li vacant by the absence of W.
-  [I.  (Jreen, J C. Murray was elec*
11 1
hit
and Win slow  gold properties
till-   V.'i'i 1
Jack Chi-in struggled
lit.1   Pop-
P 11 .1 day or so ago groaning under
[tliR burden of ton ormoreofgold
[nuggets extracted from the Hoola
11 'I Calumi t. .lack said be would
have brought down more, but owing
Ro the Trail nol being good be did
Idol waul to tire hlmse f out.
li is reported that a company
Li- been formed in Spokane to
work ths Marquis and Gilbert
group.
Fred Mummery has had his as*
BOBsment work on the Sampson
claim at Second Crossing dene for
tho year. Fred has a good lead
and good values.
J i Lay came up from lis
Ti ii i..1 properties Iho latter
ni I of Inst week. Nub' has been
pulling in some hard strokes this
Bpring, and ho is satisfied his re-
v,.■■! will be coming soon.
Ik-He    Joe Morett.
i.i p Nos. 1 and 2,
N.'s. 1 and
5. PnrtPi A. .!
5   Al A    I  Ci
5. Bo*    Bells  1
Gordon.
ti 1
■ • 1]
'1   . authi rs
(>. ('upper  Mountain
2.    ,). T. L.iutheii'.
(> Canadian ; •'! years. David
I'ov no.
7. Annii F,   Nathan E. Lay.
8. Sampson.   Frod Mummorj,
TrAnspkrs.
June .">. Win. Davev to Bruce
White, l-9th In Winslow, $1,200
(mortgngo.)
6, A. G. Frasi r <o Mollis J.
Fraser, 1-3 i.i Anaconda.
".. Win. Glon to Moliie J. Fraser,
t*8 in Anaconda,
(i. ole Peterson toM.Mathiesott,
1-1 in Ironslides.
8.  Agreement re Ruffled (Irouse,
Copper Chief and Ruffled Grouse
fraction.
8. JJ. P. Ban low to (-wen Boyer,
1-2 in Sovereign.
■ m    '"I  F. 0
i
-    lecid
the other branches "f thc As-
-..ei.-itii ii with  lie vi> w nf holding
- 1     (ion of th   riding al Trout
some late in July.
On motion of F. C, Elliott it wain hold the next meeting on
Wednesday, the 21st ins'   to elect
oil,-its ami executive.
John   he Vetoist.
Operations
at Mammoth.
The operations on the Big Tunnel are being pushed vigorously
I fri   d- gathered  at the|ander 8apt< Aad, 0amtt   Thr(,;
1 hotel to celebrate the 54tir|g^ are ht,hl., KorM m the
annivi «ry of the LirtL of Andrew
Abrahaiiisou. The rotunda of the
bo'cl, di orated with llags, ferns,
etc., presented a very pleasing appearance, while the inimitable
music supplied !>y professors Kelly
and Carothers charmed the ears of
the youth and beauty  of  Trout
main tunnel, while another crew
I.ave been put on in the Union
Jack workings.
A big slide came down on the
Triune on Monday night. The
only damage done was the blocking of the trail for a day or so.
,. Packer Vipond has his outfit at 10*
Misses Fitssimmons (handsome Mile r(->ll,,-v to begin getting ore
waneta   gown,   with    bouquet   K, '!<>«nt.oni the mine.
K Iward Baillie returned from
the Mammoth . roup , n Fish
Creek during tbe week. In the
month of May (i'• feel of tunnel]
has betn driven. The work as it
.-taii'.s the 1st of thc mouth i
N >. 1 tunni 1 :-- in J6 ft I on tl„
lead: No. 2 tunnel •'»•'! feet crosscut   and   IS  feet   drifting    ('Iran
>re ;n faco of No 1 tunnel 4 inches
in -■ idth.
A en « if i 1 icn are ow stuping
and sacking on ■ i: is expected
the trail • iii be in condition by
Ann.' l.">tli, when another crew wi|]
be put on the big showing on the
Sirdar claim of this group. The
• mpanj is p* good simp" llnan-
1 i lly to do \ igorous work.
When Rill   I'aiv gets bis fishing
trapi together there's bound to bo
something doing.     Ono of these 1
. wet Good  Fridays he wi'l really
John Houston, mayor of .Nelson •
1   in     * u    v 1   .   t,;i,,„    got  past a e.isli register and pro-
and editor of the   Nelsni   I ritnim*. ( .  . ■
match), J. Stauber (creme do soie
with geranium trimmings), II.
Jacobs (mousseUne de smoke and
bouquet of grise de cippeare), Hawkins (chamois creme, bouquet el
fluiiiii). A. McLean (clothd'Pictou
with sulphurica trimmings), J
Fraser (creme de menthcand evergreens), F. Mills (crcpon de llore
and bouquet of bete rate), J. How-
man (rich divan gown). .1. Hunt
(gown de stompe and bouquet of
poppies)    Among the gentlemen
Wc tender to L. McLennan our
deepest sympathies on the death of
bis brother Alfred, which occurred
at Morrisseyon the 2nd inst.
The local saw-mill is working at
high pressure tilling contracts.
The Skating Rink Co.'s bimonthly dances are proving a
1_re.1t attraotion<
A. J. Gordon and Hobby Burns
are working on their property, tho
Vancouver, on South Fork, near 5-
w.ie  Messrs.    Mo.   Heath,   F.psal   Mile.    This property lias some ex
Abev, Glengarry McArthur, Fishy
is up against it. and is votoing
nearly every measure passed by
the Council. Among the resolu-''
tions passod at a recent meeting of
that body was one ordering the
city printing to be divided up
equitably among the three news*
papers published at Nelson. John
could  not sec this, and promptly
vetoed the measure.
Kd Morgan and son Monte came
un from Poplar on Wednesday's
bout.
ceed to lash the lake,   o d friends
' he of the massive thiist " will
rot to learn of his departure on
1 Wednesday next    for   Auckland,
N.Z     At least,   bill informs us in
all seriousness that such is his intention, but we haven notion that
Wednesday nexl will see  Bill still
talking of going away, but preparing at the same time for another
•• day's fashin'."
There is to be a grand concert
and ball ill Trout Lake on the 1st
of .lulv.    Make a i','1   ol it, '■
Grand Concert and Ball 1st July. I to be somethin
McLean, (algary Bill, Lumberjack
Stewart, Chef Demmockand Punch
Kennedy. Prof. Tonsorial Hooker
with his usual
tact ni,! ability. Regn la at inability to attend were received from
Messrs. Shaughneasy and Hob
McCord.
Andrew Bowman, Fred Johnsi n
nnd Nels Nelson ine doing some
work on their property on the I..H.
bill. Their showings are good,
and the boys feel th it it i* only It
mattor ol .-ticking to il to oomeout
big winii' i-.
Frank Landrian came down from
the Silver Plate Monday, He reports the work progressing favorably.
Tony Lindgren returned Wednesday from the Linson View,
where he Wi nl some days ago to
put a crew of men lo work sinking
the shaft They are now down
about 5fi feet and practically in
good me all the way down. The
grade is high, and a shipment will
6   brought down ns soon as the
cleaned   OUt    Tony   goes
'<  ■   Jay to push tho work,
eellent showings, and the owners
hope to make a big killing on this
and several of their other rich
properties at no distant date.
IL li Battey went up the Lucky
Hoy hill this morning to visit the
Copper C'liief.
Everything  at   the   Reduction
works is working smoothly, and
they are working n full force of
men.
Dad Block, looking well, made
bis monthly trip to the Lake today.
Have you soon the new gramophone jound boxes. They gteatly
improve the volume of uound
I'hey are just out, and it goes .vith'
out saving that Ferguson will hav
the latest. Sandy Laugliton and
Steve Sliuger now have them lixed
to their machines.
Alex Mel., an. lessee of the Horse
Shoe, was a visitor to town on
Wednesday.
Cni ml Concert and Ball nt Trout
Lake on I'.-minion Lay.
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>_H2 LARD2AU MINING
REVIEW.
.* I'rlnUd ut Troul iMt'ulity. aim l'nlilt»li.*d
11. tW'awiniiil troul lAik,' • v.-ry _rl<l../.
•   .-.    lll.ll  .1..1-.  not   lllli.l    lllllUM II l*-l""<
Mr .'.    U|« opinion* nf mn ......inli-iil11 I
j, r<-»»i-.1 III Iu MtlUBfll
Al! UM»U arlll In- i-liur*..!  ill   tI.J* rati' "I IS
.mil. (in- liit«*. flr»l ln»i*rtliii'..'iliil Wt«li» I*. ,
tin.-, n.-ii __«a,uafll Inanition
T i-'iiti.'i- I'mijaii-ill ainl .ill. i ,iJ\.i'
■      al hawii aa i ji,,iii-ui!.-ii m ..mn
Hi *<wri|Hi(*t> MLQta rear, lo mivaue*. -—- —
NOTICE is hereby gffM thnt the nr-
MURRAY (St- ATHERTON PwHtt_r<j,|t.M<.,.,l,lj_,»,| person* lav- nimlc appli
• ,  cation  under th«   provisions   ol tin
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THE  MINER PRt-CAfllN£.Nf.      j ];m,« e at ih«  |*hi«_ act »f.p.->*,it*r lliei
The Miner—a great factor in tbi
[C'KBTtftCATB OF IMPROVEMENTS.
AMt Liffl MM
development of the country.
Many words of eologium have
been passed  on the man behind
lhe  gnu   and   " the   n.un   behind
the   plough,"    but    seldom   do
we   hear of   the  " man   behind
ll 9 pick,    oi   " hainni'-r"     The
■ ■ rations    of   the   m italifi rou
mines are jual ss necessary as thi
res-ioetirs nau»e«;
0 y Koornier, lung beteJ, Atnswortb
f_Moder Ujiiiin. Lardo bete), l.ardo.
1 J» McUKllIan, l.'.'iiinii-rcial   hotel,
Lardo
J A >2i'l«*ac, Victoria betel, White*
wati i •
sandal   I :ui_i tui, l.ar-Jeao lioiel,
Ferguson,
MiI'miaM   .ti  .ILick,   i-'cr-'iitoa hotel,
Perrui ■>•■
Mm « <j Connoi  Vf adsot hotel, Far
■
A   r
notice,
ILJtt, Hje.'jay, Doubtful,0 D.,0 H.a»d
^iw.'i.'/., mineral claim, .itnati- la the
■ ^Jroitt Lake Mining Division ot West
-*T/   I-..I. ...|._, district,
tfbere located :~**>_t Trout Cr*.**k
lUiut .(i, milea friitii Trout Lake,
Take ,*oti_ t!>-it I, O. J(. X. WiJk.i*'.
4«liH(* OH ll. i 111 fo- Ja_. J, McOloi***, Ire*
miner'* uertlllcat* Ho. BfUSjai, inl4»ud,
list/ day* from lhe ' dale bm*<vf
0 ai'i'iy U> tin- Mining Heeorder lot •
SeituUwS of liii|irnvi*iiM'!ita, for th'
mrpow* of obtaiiiioif a Crown Urant ol
h*abore claim.
Ami farther take notice that tu-lion,
under KcctfoD 87, nnn-i be* coaiinenwii
iwfore the fMuaoee of each Certificate
of Improvement* .
Dated thi* -Mb day of March, -■»■
ItW. 0. it. N. W1LKIK.
CEUTIKICaTE OF IMHtOVEMKNTf*
MOTION
" Ksuiblor " mineral claim, niuiatr ia
(lie Iroot Jake Minini* Division o(
Wed Kootenay diitrict.
Wliem  located:   On   head oi   Lal.t
Otesk
lake notice that  I, H. Mtl'lii*rson,
Baakinj    Ual-noral   in.t-1   Fet i ftc""«lU' •_•} •»» J. A- M- Aikini, free
i.hiikin.,  l.ni.iiorai  ttewi, ret 1 ,„,„„., __.r»iacate Xo. B3?t'.*t>, inl
end
to
cultivation of the wheatrfield f. <; /7>''j{'.*-Li..,,.iaii, um.i-wr ii-nehTtont »"'*lf ,l:
the building ol tbe nation.   Tl '  ;;                                ,            cCt/
behind   the  put  would b. rriu^"                                ffi__2! °f ?^i,,ihi-'8 Cr0WD 0r*nl"'
„,   ,n   impotent   faCtOI M«;'d'-«A- l^ve«|«c. I.ak.Vien hotel, ;l Uricrtlll^ake noil-, that acti,,.,,
,.   - ■      i lot the man behind the JohB simttott. Tiont   Uk** boteJ,I___! fSf^*7' m ■_* ta_^^m,_ia
• i     ,                   i   ii „,;.      „, , i r- ,. !,i„                                          ' I before tlie Ismanee of nich Certiflea
tuck di«aing   ind  biaating out of trout, uim.                       ,„_.____,
J,    ,       .    , .            ,   _,        . , Edward  M<iMw   LeanesviUs  betel,
', i bowels of (he earth toe metal Gerard
to pay the man and load 'lo-
R LMorand. H/iyal betel, Poplai.
Jaoebsoa &. Au'deraou   Grand hotel,
Following their chosen avocation  ;• ,|,j,r#
for hours—ven daysoi the wee!     ™ Carey,   Sraad   Central  hotel,
lealth-givingj   dhas'Hanson, Miner's hotel. Poplar.
—?hm out from   tl
.-,is of Old Sol, hundrt I-1 f feet
-i twn in tbe hi s li "': lhe nioun-
tafni they pound thi steel aud extract  from Nature's  treasury  the
M. ^niieon & Behmeek, 1'ominion
hotel, Ponlar,
Ana liillman, T.-n Mile hotel, Booth
Fork of Lardeau i rt'\.
A meeting if v . J^.ar-i of Li<-*>n_>
Coramissioneri    of    ths    Ainfworil,
I
ruatc
of Ilii|iror(*menls.
Dated Ihis '.tJnd day of Bfav, «.». 1H05
2»-5-06 H. Mcl'ilKKKON.
_
TEARLY -U Shoes look alike, bat—
Tha.
,     ious  metals  which  form   the[Lii?eocei>istrict will be held loeoosider
r ..    i i- „   , .i    i ,,,„„;« i _,._„„ I tub ai>filicaiiouf »•   the Gorernment
toundation of the financialaT»temsofflC(, Vroi.t Ukt)  M ,m,ra.iay, the
of tbe world. ' Btteentli .I*.', of rone, i^-">, at the hour
N.i   , ,i _   /„„♦    ,i,,.( iof len oViork in th .-f«roiiooti.
otwithstanding the   fact   tbatf «r. H. BotMat-WasaiUB,
tbe miner for iiioiitlis at a timi is I Chief Uemiee InsMetor.
.: _    . ..iu   .,    I Chief C-oiittable'i O/flce, Nelsoo, B.C.
away from emulation, put* one-     ■__/_■ ioos,
third  of his  tiine toili-i^ by the
lt_*ht of a " lip," often in dangi r*
o.i- ground, always in danger of
explosives,     many    timee   half-
iirowii'-'l with water seepage, hi li
i compom nt part "f a l»ot!y of tin
most   intelligent  <•! the workingI
forces, niii.-b  are essentia] to nuri
grant industrial  system.   In  tbej
I n! ii,- i! world they have made
themselves a f;-' toi ; nd by ti.
!• _itin;-i'i- ii— _if thil; franchise
have had passed in the legislative
!•.:!)- of the world many acts which
lend ;" tie betterment of their
i. ndition. In f > hr as fiii'.i I
C dumbia is concerned, relations
1. "... •■'■ miner and mine managet
has- always been liocsi.    Whin
ihaveari IbankGi
we have none in the Lardeau—-the
• .'. tas !.- ei fought on legitimati
Rnea. The end has : I di
times brought victory or defeat m
■ ill., r parties. The inteiligenci
and good -ensi- of the individual
■ b il imp -s.iiu '    thi m a
o bi ly  I untei    rowdyi n
in ! i ii u . -lii' 'ri.v    Hen in
:'.. il Stn i.J:b '
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review."::::::
Smokers' supplies in
great* veriety.
MINING MEf  --TT_■^TION.
I':.- ■ ' ■ ailed foi Monday
pi bl . • xt foi   tbe formatii n   I
Min i-    mo
light f ir-   o' jl   "    .
i ■ oi • ■   . .
.. li.   the support of every  i
■ ••,.■'    |. literal
U.        ... .     .
own ]iro!.<" i     ire net
th.
i   y time prol a
going oyi r  the
t:i"   .,1 J.   Is   Of  th-'    |n rp ■-. |
.   •• h n i- all El
" i"- n .i| lion oi
.'
•   - ■-  i dvei .I,.- b  is
•'   11 ' eti i.      nnothoi _
as li ■  il.   In t, to
' ioI •       i .. ork logethci
for  tiie   i ommon    goo I   of   tin
•   ■
•QUIT GAMBLING
IN "SHOES.
\j     There's u much difference m Shoes as there is lo
u
Yet thirst* «-fiffe_*n___s fn Leather. Worl^oaiiship, Wear
and Fit, axe so Juggled in shoe minirfacturing, that they dis-
sp&ejr frorQ siyht in the nude-up ahoe.
That is, they disappear to tbe ere —but the foot Hods
tnonout.
Aye — aod the purac finds them out too. when you draw
the wrong pair of shoes in the usual store lottery.
Why.shookf you gamble on shoes when you might, at the
same cost, invest in thenv*
Why purchase a sho; of uchoown ral-je (price-fixed by
the Retailer) **-bcn yot* nuVht, at tbe u_t cost, bvy a
•UfC-vafuCj, Kab-r-rrk-rj '.'._•, with a twenty yea* record ol
un_orm merit *•"■.''■'*** it
>   *   *
"The Slater Zhotn ti the only Shoe In Canada m_fe tn a
factory which nutt: nothing -rise — and which ius*specialized on the - ' <l log of that singde grade, uniformly as its best
and surut, for tv..j dccadcc.
It a thc oaiy ehoc hi Canada which is pr-cc-ccntrnlkrJ by
the Makers, who alone oa l.ww the hidden value in each
pair, **-tbo'.ft I'tress-worL.
Nearly all oth-.r shoes arc io!d for what they look
like, or foe aa much as Cw Retailer thinks he can get
for tbesn.
A genuine "S/aicr Shoe" is price-branded at the
factory for exactly tvh_ t it L known to be worth fa
wear and ccmlortj 7*i»h w rl'jti^c -wh:<..-#«'{•*« itii
extra floe app;aran_ and its riylc.
When a "Sbttr S!-oe" goes bad, if it crer does—:
you know where to (jet your n-yncy back.
The Sbt.rr Shoe Company, when they pnee
brand their own price on a shoe, are responsible foe
its service yp^to that price — and they never shirk the
rdpoflribility.
Let youi next pair of shoes  have  thc slate-
.  . l^Aine guaj-aiitce fn-
*. /■*/>-' • .^.^'xf       *de tp4.tof.oo the
'qjVmti %        lining.
\-7_        Tw6 prices
rftk-f- _
■.*s..-i ""'{■
'•-    lUt*
■ r*i ■*.'•'*.".
%.  only-Ji.00and
b- $3a_h
HC1ST THE  fLAG-FOLE.
Foi  .i number of years n flog'
pole   has   lain   alongside  of   tin ;
i    ml - , fningl;
is nol ■    •■,.•!, pat* "i   , io ban i
].'.'."     Tli   lei of July ii di Br.
no oti i;    • le iration it nn    let ui
have Lite |        ip and decoratt il on
Dominion Day with tbe Aug that
ri pmsents the "greatest country oi
earth       Let tin trvfstees \Ac thi
matter up ani   i Ic tl    : partment
tor s flag, and we gum   ,i o thi
citizens •.'•il! do thi   rest    tn ii
patriotism in our cl: iln n i    ih
way to n ake our 0     ;     i eat.
A—'
Slater Shoe
Sole Local Agents
McKirmoD & Sutherland, Fergutson
_!C_h_Blf*^^
terson,
<_, Co
VI,
'*«_*•
•
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s^
General
Merchants,
• •     • <•
• •     • •
• •     • •
• •    t •
• •     • •
Dentistry.
IlK. MIl.UlV lai
l.i'i- 1 III %,(_.,ii   a.*   .'lr-
rr-*,ir in I'r. IMod4artal
TR Abet_i*fn Moctt
III, ill.,   rrini   I'..-    I_r-
drvill it a;, tr,'•
rin< If..-»lii.,;.l.    :   ;   :
A. Milloy
• • # 1
• • • •
• • • •
• * • •
«• • •
• • • •
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated  Brands  •>(   Ham, liacou
nnd i
NELSON,       -        -       B. C.
Smith & Qo.
4$ Bleury Street, MONTKLAL
iH-CLAflti TAILOR8,
f'.lf.".-.^.'*•' r,"; ■'■"•■•••••■'"■' '»: '! La
%% '"" •'' relt»l*'r ii .-'.• i -
throogboal tlie yrar.    Ol 'i'i»
fur i-l.itl.in_ will rc'i-'vc i loar •ttenlii n.
Oar ri'ini'.i :i'-iti.i' will he InTKOUT
LAKE andPERUUKON in a few sreeks.
We have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
-*£^£&»
Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION  OF BESERVE.
NOTICBIa lirr*bjr utrrn lliat Ilii* BWinil
Hon » liiMui,'     i |.in,I,.-,i,,-.  of iii<- |.-..m-
..ii .fih "I'niiiiiitil-iaiirt i_>,i,rn Kni'iviv
<uli«Wi• Ai-'   i   • ..r ., l.lrli -.n-n- euii-
H'l.i,- In tlie i r,:i-h Colimlila ttuxrtU md
,i.i','i;iti May, im, «iii1 Mn Jam imm, mi<T
ll'»l>-. in- l,i ii ii. ■ [-..,. I'lh-il.
i . n? i in.i'l. allaated  i.linln n.,- iirmrm
'-   - - 'i i.    Ih - ild i   .n ttlun mil i«    ,
,i. ,|», i»»i|«m«nt, li-aacnndoUirrdlapaaltlnn
iiiilrr  tin-   |irn»i.l,ni«  nf the  " l_ni>il   A.'  '
iinv. mono,,, m rt»r ii-,. date of tli.- flrat pn'^
l.'-.ll fllil- I-..-I.-. In Hi*- llrltl.li (iilnliiM.i
ii.'r'i.'i i n.vl.Iiil. i.i.wi nr. ili.il In all i-n«4*a
.?lii'ri> Inii.'h nn- ,.i told, iirr--'-iiijilril, UMUM I "i"
.ih.rwlM n II. i nt. .1 in- Ilu linvi riilni n|. mil
an-?illi*ri|lirli|l\ fmitiil, ii|«n I _« • -o 11 l Ot
llir t. il iiinl.l i „,,,| n>»i,rn il.olvviiv « .-hi-
pony'i tilncka. to llo irliolly nr in port witb.
Ill »«>l'll I'Ik'Nii. Ih.'li On- |„.|n,.n> _,, ni'iMlIrl IK
■000 Inn !. ►|M|| toqolra tlii-lr III!*' tlirnlo
mini Oi, H-iil'.i.-iv i r,, iMio, ifim inivi-ni'ri-1'il
In .li.il irllh niotl luiriliiinrr., prtumplora,
Iraan*, »l<-.,,in On- _rae li-rm*. iinilrmiilllliiii"
M till ilovrrniiiMii vmnlil iiii.Iit Iln- Pfotl.
• inn*..; Ih- •■ I ..in.i >. i ■ i xf-i-pl Iii ri'«|-i-''i In
iiini.pr lai,da on tha Coropany'abloeka, Which
•hall   la'anliji .'t |,i  n,,  i. _n|-in,,ii- I    ii--I I.-
ilii- Company rclallvr to thc puiiiiik nf iihiIht
nn tin'r.iliiml.in nml ii'i .ion llmlwi.y l^nnl
llranl.
VV. H. IIIIIIK,
i>r|iiiiy OommiMh iii mi i.ioiiIm ,i Work '.
Londjond Worki p*>parlra«nt,
Vli-lu. Iu, I...'.. I ni Krlinmry. HHTi.        tij»
1 ■ *-.
1
^^^^^j__i__£__^*_§i___5 •
NOW
in    th**    time    f r    rroi  t.
to Buy I>.t«.    Ken r i
lhe Pn MMi tt of F i
'
». l>ii_*lit
The Ti.'-ri: of PEB0U80N
will lie ..no of the (Jr.-:ii.--:
Ore Prodooing Canpe in the
World. Tho high degrM of
aiicce«8 achicvfil by tbi,
uuiiierou*. WEALTHY ami
rKAiTICAI. BRITISH aa
AMERICAN MINING
COMPANIES n>w o*.pr.'itii r
thero ia a tribute t-> tlm
tremendous *   iltli ■■( the hiii*
mnuM
Public School, Hospital, and
otli r ir. (ftutiona. Bxoellenl
\Vniei-vTnr__ sjatcm Srronta,
Stores and Besidenoes illumined l>y Eleclricily. Dally
mail cfrrice. I be Iowa I
in admirably I , | . • (.,.j ,„
N<»\V on ii,.. ground il »r.
Lots can  now be nurehaseid
■
iKon
$75 • :
i TOWNSI rn AOENT
I HEKRY FLOYD
RRVEI_3T0KE, B. C.
-
i
■  ,  .    .   .       . -.     ii t :
... ICbc 1T3otcl SSeaton  .,
BfiA TON. it c,
Yl ITOJIS arriving ai i;.-1{- , ftlm threshold ol theUrd
vnt Arm«!.".•..1, win (|1II| 11,1, n„w, tl, N> •„„, ,
,W own-elan trade.   Excellent accoramodation,    A weH
•PPwnt-w andspec idinins hall.    The nasi of Wines,8|
Zt .IKav' ■, "rH:"".,il "Try'*i<"> '" Kiv"' •" tha reqnlremi i't« "I
patrons. \ Isltors to lbs l nni,.,,,, ,.„„ r,.|v„„ (,,l,1fc,r|' , ,i,i_i,_,i.
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
:,- 3-\ .-'--■..-.;    ._'-!»_..,
»«»iw,-.-' *»- ->l
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•••
FERGUSON HOTEL
Tbe noted home fur traveller, tUOtm
rer-mson, B.C.
A well .locked 1 _r _ tin* ehoic_t Ijqour,, Wine,, etc.
McDonnell „  __!___»<
Proprietors.
■
|    -
$
•;-;■
500 Cords
_
FOR SALE....
Aaaly:
Jae^ Crawford or W Craig
'It pays lo am; the Telephone. A
Iciigiliv trip can often be caved. Officer
nt Ferauoon: Cammins' Store ; Tronl
\jt\-. Pool Offlee ; alio st Beaton, (."•": -
aplix and Arrouli'-ad.
 JlQi
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POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Legal Notices.
NOTICE TO   UKI.INyl-KNT (XJ-OWNEKH
NOTICE  TO CO-OWNEK8.
To T.  R.  Davey, or to any jieroon or
persoas to whom he nia)   have *.raua-
lerred hi* Interests.
Take Notice,   I   Hie und
owner wilh you in the ('■> ,n
mmm^mwmm^-mmm^mmw—        ______| I
To rnn.ir Kim; and J.  \V. *-Vitii or to'oorner wilh yon in the Coon and Duvcy
•    ,i r   the/  they   may  haveI mineral claims »i;uai«* al tot lour mile*
Iransfsrred   their   interi-ei   in tleiahove    Ferguson    on    Booth     Fori
"> aplaLaaf''mineralclaim,*itnatc<l'creek    in   ti.e   Tronl    Lake   ralnins
n Hie sontli east side of Poplar eresk I divtewn of West Kootenai dini
• it nboiii ;*.io and a 1 alf miles Iroui I province of British ("ole-
the month of the creek, in the Trout I the rcinirc.i ttm
1.-'.- Mining   iiiviaion of Weat Koot-i tioiii-d iniuer.i! 11 *•.   -u
•on,. j and 1904 in orde: !• .one in-
_onsn hereby notified that 1, Arthur j der Motion U of the mineial set, and i»
....lohiwton, co-owner with vou in the  «*'**"n Wdnyf of this noti - yon frail or
Ibpli __■*_•' mineral claim alxive i r*'UH! to nmWbnU yonr ponton pi
described have jwrfotronl labor ttaiP^^V^j^^^f,^^*0^0!
tnsds expenditure on ths said claim to i
1  of  {100.00, _under  the pro-
. mon* af *h*rti->u 24 of the itinera! Act.
in  order to hold  paid  claim, and ths
ii v lii.-h isJd labor *a- perforu ed
and expenditure mads having expired,
I t, !eo in- give;.«e. ni-iiice to contribute
I      inn  ol  i ii !i  expenditure,
il von   on'   further notitied  that if at
the aspiration "f OOdajri of publication
.iT.nl jron  (nil or rifuae to contiibiite
>..nt proportioa of the expenditure eo
t >_otti. r   wilh  _| easts of ailvcr-
■   yonr interests in il-.« said claim
■.-''ir  rooted in  me under and
by virtue ol provision* ol Se;t;;.n4 of
the Mineral let   amended Aa I'.iOQ.
Dated at Poplar Cieek, B.C., I_.3I,'04.
AItTIIt'HU. JOHNSTON, (Vow.ier
6-1-1906
i   K-.ro DBLMQ,OCXTOO-OWHKR
To Jnliii Paiifiian    ,-  In
may hare transferred Ina uitcrett
the (iomeetake, tu-x ami Charlottsa-
I  :-.:i >>■:. ii ! . ;..
i        ;. li •* tlat 1 -lie   m. lersigned
r witi   yon in the Honx-'ake,I
>', i andCliartottenburg mineral claims I
ut 'J mile? in a eouth-wcal
lirectioo from Tronl  IjLc in what ia
known as tbe Homestake basin in tie
■ale   inining division  ol   Wpjt
Kootenay, h ive perfermed the nereetary
■rorkand mads the neesssarj expendr-l
lore rat nlloned inJnsral
i rears 1000, IS01, 1908, in ,
order to hoM tb< asm* nnder section 24'
of ths Mineral   Act,  and   lbs  }i-art for
tal I work wa    rrt   use ami i*i
penditiire ir».Ji having e>.pircl. I herein' u>> i .   i' .:  il »ltliin HO
|    b i   .itii.n   lirn-of
itritiite ronrproportionate obaraol tai ii f»1^1- lit are and
•u/ il     coat* of ll i      lement,
omr n '-, I in the aa! i neral claims
■till bee •• i .. property oftnsondai
i iitiol uiuler ana by virtseof «r<-tion4
i-f   thb mineral    ait   imendmcnl set
l>ati-i itTront Lake tbis 7th dayol
Usieh. 1006. I «'sx I.axi>ru*.
Co-Owner.
er wild Ihe cod of tliia advertisement,
your intercut in the aa; I mint ral . laim*
will become ihe property "( 'lie»ut»-
ncrila-H nnder aection 4 of the Mineral
Act Amendment Act ol 1000. Dated at
front Lake thin Mth _iv ol March "06.
'8. DANEY,
24 3'05. Co-owner t
All kiiiis of New Records.
Sate Agent t_* the trdem:
J. C. Murray
'i icil _«. L.C.
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS 3AR,
A. NO. 1 ROOMS.
II
■
Balmoral Hotel,
_____^_
Visitors to Fergnoon may rely upon the very best oi
accommodation  j«t lhi» well-known bote)     Room* an-
well famished tbiongboal     The liar is itocked with
a choice assortment o: palatable .uonrhere.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
■
Royal   Hotel
Taney Bar,
itloriL-'.l lintertainmen:
Balk tin   Board, World's
.Minlnj; News.
E L. MORAND, ■  PROP.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
Kir rmvu  mkw  and   Kiiwr-ci.\sy.  in  ai.i. kksi
Fire   Proof Safe
The house !« atocfeed Willi ma H;-*l WIdim ui 1 Tl^ara u   Hi,-m .r.;,i.
Trout    Lake,
i
Dominion Hotel :!'fhe CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
certificate of imim'.ovemknt-* The BEST Always I
J.N FINK 8HQES I
MINING SHOES !
8HOE PACKS I
RUBBERS  am.
OVERSHOES!
GERMAN  SOUK:- I
t. wi, .1 _.,i artllcctlf rondo roorlmyins
wn.. ....   So ■:■ i : f,ii.;ii   i.i., i 'i "-i. ir»i.)-.
Uilni : - aoll an u«, m
NOTICE.
Kunwl. JoN'ph, '.land and Am . Minrr
al Claims, tllnsle iu the (root Lake
-»iiiiiaf; Divirion, West Cootensy l'ia-
tric       Where   loeatsd*—Sitni   -
the Eorth Fnrk of Ijril.-jii creek in
the Province of British   Colombia,
eii/iit one mileaboee i ircleCitr.
Take Roties that 1, Chariss W. Me
Craooon, of the City ol Ix»a An
California, Free Miner'- C-srt    >le No
 _■
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ p'nTetiient? for
the piirpoi-oof oblaining a C'r.-.n irrant
of tiie utxire claim*.
An.l  further take nonce tk I action
nnd»r acction 37 n uat   bsoomui
heforc the issnanesoJ snoh Cirtil
of IniproTenton'.a.
Paled thi* :'>nl ilav April, i.e. 19
R-t-05      CllARl.K8W.MrCUOS.SAN.
i'KKR   |L,aniornia, rrec muer n vrrnneaie .->u
•er l    B871"98tintsndoiztrdajratram thedati
eat  i   I 'r'''*-"' toapply to th* Mining
_.....!for a Certificate ..I  Improvement* Ir.
F. N. Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland.
B.C.
£.Fergi;son &0o.
vTholsssls  ilrah rn in   Wii"-
aml ("i_ara   Agtiitf for Tiili--
NELSON, b, C.
!
jd
rdeau
Hotel
Saaify Laughton
Proprietor.
WjllKN   tisiling   Fcrgm-ttii you  i
ihould stay at tbi I^aii!,.ni ;
lliitol.     Here   tin*   % ti-itor
will   lw   uurriiuiiileil   with
le n ic comforiH.    Kx» el lent
CUi**lllt,1      Wl'll     Veli'.i'ati il
Hud warm rooms, will
storked bar, and everything which
lards tiiwiitilri making yoof ".Ml h
pleaeant and mernorable on*.
Ratal from $\ day t*i>w.;*-i!e.
\\ n etrive to plciao onr j ritr,,t p.
FERGUSON.
TS8 liGYAL m STORE
NeUon, B. C.
ANOREW    _
CO.
Moil   ' .    iirfi'll" an.l   promptly
I '.>.    Agent for Sitter ami Nm-
rthoas.
TIN1E   TABLE
S.S. ARCHEP or S.S. LAkJ)IiAU.
First-Clasii io every resr-set.
I In' Travelli.ig puhiic carefully
taken raura of.
Hamaiy 4 Hto • Preps. I
The Review
is the best*
Advertising |
I- In I r tne moM llaiia^imii.t.
r.|* between  Armorhssal,   Bt i
.! Coiijivilix. oommenotng Oeto-
-   14th,   IMS,   <*ill   *..il   aa  ful loon.
,' her !>»'t initting*.
Uoatrtng  arrowhead for   --i.">n an,'
•   ,.i::-.. '. .-• •  dailj     10k  «'-i! Rk
!.»a ■ • • . i::   fOl
Arraorlwad, '• lee  da ••   - 1 i"':   *nu
lilfi.       Making   i lorn    oonnocllnna
til c P. !:. Si.-.i-. i rt »t I iralno.
Thi nrners reaeri • •' right to
chau^a times ol ■aitiagi irltboui
noilca.
f>    luplre lunihe. Co., l.imitei'.
in the
It Has the
Largest*
Circulation.
fi«»   »*e*   twain.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A fcll.CIAI.IY.
Stables at Trout. Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excefient   Accommodation
B-__f_ Liifuors
! And Very finest Cigar.   St
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
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MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
V7e have all the Latest in
:,
We can clothe from head to
foot in a princely style.
.»- . -»— ™—a  tat.   ii hi ».__■». i—
Sammer-Weight S\i ts
Make you teel good.
USON - - B. C.
\n
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R
ft*'
(!___$
m
THERE liavo In*, j, fuliini'B
in nio hy jnrlioiotia lureat-
metit i-i Baal l-tit., and .
in.,ri' I'.irlutir-. is ill be u„i.U..'^i,...,,ij
ever tiit* next two or throe *.ears.
The one who reaps tho harvest is
In.' origiu.tl in.*..tii. f.ir lt« dan
Ma niHiiv on . certainty.
■ , . h \ ua ('rim oul to Mm thai
ii i iiiilir rp.il ..ri lhe Count  ;.. I uv  ll ul  iCatate than
TROUT LAKE,
Trout L-^ko l« tli- prettiest spiit
in  I lie  l\....t.i>'\   ,  i.- a ploasuro
i    .it   i'   tut ii , i i|i,il.     B'tatfng
,i        iin|*   mi;   I.i-   in Inlije !  in
jiar  i  un i : ui.il.' bis* khiih'
Iu  .i nnd nice  ;    tn the round oo
the hi'l-i.     Ith rlimate in mperb,
: • b>ing ii'ij'iit Pitremen, ft
ii im.' ioii'1   in v, .ilrr ami oool In
■ urn trior.     It i'.in bout of B'»meof
■in lin.'t bntvla nml H-aidePCOi i"
Brtliab Columbia,   [ts streets are
will  Iniil out mul (.nul il    There
nr-' two rxtvll*.nt general Btor*a,
and ii glauoo at theadvi rtlanineula
in i'.ih joiimal will show that all
ilea are fairly well reprowntod.
\\'nto with oonfideiion to Agents.
H. McPberson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
' * __ta»2  -f f_>       --^'
•Id t
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Mok» your
seieciloii at
vllwWi e.        a.
Then call on
or   write to
vr
H
%£.
t\
*»t>\
rl' lr.ii. newr had a " bcotn "' it»
^.uiviii Ins been steady. It ib
the li'iiil 11 navigatioo, and
tin- ti'i'iniii.il cf tl.e Lardo branch
'ivf'i,..' ; .i'.k. An nut.l-i fin tha
Lardeau) lead to Trout Lake It
Ih the commercial cftitu' of tbe
riohrat iiiinornl Jihtrict on tho
I'.'iit.iiifiii. and baa bonking hcili
tiit. proyided bjf tha Imperial
Hunk of Canada . flrat-elaas aeliool
ii,'('.iiiiTii.ii'iii ii H under the dirte*
lion ol S.Shannon, li.A.; n good
water ayatem ; irovernmenl Sees ,
Comity Court fittii'i***; llvth ilint
Kpiscopai mil Anglleau churjhea
and ■•■ tinge liosi [tal,
There nrr* valuable ranch I a i.«?»
on the outskirta awaitlns set tiers.
|i ■ lumber resouroi a ore tnagniQ*
.nf, nn il ii lnuiil shw mill with n
i-ajiiu'lii ol Hii.txiO f' | er day ;s Ht
the I cml i f the 'ii' • rite ii,
tributary are prov i j; mil bigger
producers Overj yiiir, with u*W
proapecti npeuing up nob hi Iii     i
ii o
There w* 11 be a big rush ihia
summer, sn if jnu would know
in i". write nt once to i It hoi of
tit  agents at lhe addresses below.
F. B. Wells
Ger.eral Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
\m
'
s  uMlUlUUllUiUlUUilU
u-soilB*ui<i
u..^iiaiSuiuwuauuiy4.uuiUii,y,iiiiiiiii_wii_iii.i,' i
Job Printin^offevery dMcrfptfonwfiil be 1
Hf
,
,:   ■,,,,,  - i'V'i.1'
In    'I'ilK    MATTKIt    OP    	
,,,s.,(   '   IVl.N'I.IMI   IT   AlT.lS.*.
ami    A'UMn I'    Ai I--.    AUD
»HK    MATTKR    OF    Till-:     CiKRAT
\\',-li-....    Mn   -.   LlMlTl I    I-i I
i.:i irv.
7VKEVIEVV HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
T
IE Great Western .Mini's. Limited
Liability, has eone Into voluntary
liquidation under the shove Ai'
„i ,i imi :i  ; nil !• ,1 Krlflnd 0. flado i ■■
;'., ' .,,11 ,,i Farguson, B.C ■•
Idator, i", the purposes o  bui ■
'■ in I'i
, i _ in ditors ol tha above < o
which line Its IipwI i (fire h - ii«l 'own "'
Ferguson, ami nil others   bavin
claims against said   C psny, are re
red  i.n  it  before the dial   lay ol
3t, 1905, t" Bend t'> Harvey, Mc.
I'm', r A Pinklmm. Bolli Itnrs I »r :-'i.
.liquidator, st their offices, I'lrsl Street,
Revelstoke, B.C , their nnmey andsd
i ,     j   nd (Inscriptions, and the fu
■ iiars of their debts or ola-n   v rl
- oath, Rlid the ii"' rami I in i "•''
,,- t.'i ■ Becuritles, and II i i" '' d bj
, ■  -,. in writing, from said Nq li'luturoi
oo! c tors   lo I'onia   in »< '1  provi
|i„ |r mid debts orclalm* la ll a " 'us
,.„*., al unch ii ami nlacass shall 1>,
In such notice,
\-'t ■,-   tllC   r-li-i    l';'-"'    •'■■'■>'   "'    "
iprjj the said liq ihlal i « : wcee I i
tg ol thi I 'nipo i
entitled I
having regard onlv to the claimsi c
which he tl"-" has nvt not
liquidator will not tl"'" be liable for Hi
assets or any pari thereof so distribute.
v person of whose clain
,ni notice al lbs time of thedistributioi
l .■■,. I
n ited this 2nd dai ol Jw i. 1006.
BRLAND G. !! U OW.
LIQCIDATOB
"tr**"'
THORPE &  I
h.iki'u rjodo • ' in
Vancouver in 1 J89. Since
then they 1 '     -
in  \    ■ md  Nel
ig every
"   F
l;, yon buy Soli 0'   Is
BAR WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Liquors and Sigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
Excellent Cuisine.
Madden & Levesque
i_.E© ALFRED 0. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER. NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
TroutLake, B. 0.    and Ferguson,
im1
KIM
Geo, 8. MoCarter, J   A. Harvoy
A, m. Plnkhatn.
A full line  of Choice stationery
Just Received
ALSO, '
mW HeGARTER J FHU.IUI •* -"'""   •TR,eTtr '*'
SCHOOL SUPPLIES, PROPRIETARY MiDic;r.;S
oilet Articiks, Etc.  Prescription work
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Paok andjCartage Horecu Always Tor Hiro
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
♦ ♦»♦»»*>-»
.   Deston nt 12 o'clock for Trout Lake Ferguson and Oamborns
l   ... ion, via Trout Lake for Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch 8        - al Trout Luke, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne.
SOLICITORS, K.v.
REVCUSTOKE   B   C
Bolloltors lor Imperial linnU <•! Canada
W.I.BRIGG8        J.M.SCOTT.U B,
Scott & Briggs
Barristers and Solicitors
Sollcitori tor Molson's Bank.
PGVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Best Hofel_ in Town,
talpito 6r BiJ d Cfliirta] le.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. R. UcLENNAN*   PROFPfETCR
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Thorpe (Sh Co
Limited,
N.&LSON, B.C.
SOTIt K.
w ■ jetjer,    ' -.   an I   In p rial
I i.i.it-1. mtnei -       ■'   ,u •-*■'
!    ||    w.    1
l ... ••    .,•. I  tri
,   ,,   ner C
I .   . notice that I,   '        :   II, free
intend
■
; ... Mining  Rei
Improvements for iln purposed
own grants of tl   i b n <■ ■
. .      - • tin   tli.it
I be conimenci l
I niflcat
I ,( . •      27th J.i, "i
_.:.ril. \. l)„ 1906.
Mav.VOX J.Z HALL.
H.ad Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO-
Capital Authorised, $4,04
Capital  paid up] -   3.000.000
*    3,000,000
Northwest Territories, Provinces of British Colombia, Manitoba,
Oiiihiio and Quebec,
r B MERRlfT, President. D.R. WILKIE Vice-Prea. and Gen. Man.
e!ha_    .       ml Oeu. Manager.      W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
rroai     Like.    B.    <\ Sranctl-A    Oeneral    Banking;    Bullosa*    Transacted.
■  rtment—'Deposits received and intersal allowed. -
• , .. i all porta of Oauada,
I'ni.-ii -
,1,-i-tlons untl
, i-
T. B. BAKER,
r\ttna%er
B  J.
CUIVIMINS
il,-Mi-nil Btnre. lull l.li"
ofUanned Qoods, PraiU
In Benson, liin aaaortmonl
ol Smokers' *Jupplli -■
unt.'.-1.rtli.' mi.' BsndTelephons Oo
FERGUSON
W.  Abrahamson Lennoxville
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham
son Addition to the
Townsite.
E. MOBBS  PRO.13
Hotel and
General Store
GERRARD
B C
Get
a
lor     'ourself
e
\ ■ > .       -      -      -        Au-Htor.
.'  ■'. MDREAT,
OUT LAKE, B. C.
rs' inl rests carefully
-; :•:•■-
V. /tt. Westfall & Co.
G"R     "Rlfhfl   AGEWT FOA OIANT P
,    D,   jJCbbliU   FUSE AND   CAPS.
Get vour
Stationery and      .J)on^ pay
Job Printing at Ti^i
Mining Review jKCHt —**-»
EASY TERMS.
OWDEB
II   kera,
I
■    -   ■
_    •
H
.•,. i -1:. ■
LESSI-K  of the ALOXANDWIA HALL
Post Office Block,
Main 5t.-eet.
;
I   • •:■  Ll ' ". H. C.
■; -.- ■:   .- .   .   : -.   .-:/•■>
;. Packing and   *=«««*^ >»»*'>«
rD»jC_i_*__i«
= Hasa\nna * ' \ prefii9htlin9 Transfer 0utfit-
i^.   *^
a p*  you want to 5-r.i-1-
11"    you want to BUY
i'..- •  upolid.M i
Lardeau M:r«es
Exchange.
\\'i have -. ?eral Good Pi.
ties listed on « hicli.
■ t.
...urarant V/kj
Lardeau Mines Exchange,
•■ I., i -,-,-    !'. Iding,
Troul i '.>!■•   B.C.
Starfte? & do.
WHOLESALE DEA1 t RS
Cliee i',   P -Iii-'    and   Fruil
Houston iik.,.li M'plimi' • . Ni i-.'ii. B I
■
I '■.;.;..'!■      ...   ..
Kim
,|150    '
.#2 00   •.:
. 3 •">,)   A
1  HO
*) 60
Cojtrarts entered into fur packing of Mining Supplies, otc,
to any point in tbe district,
Oowl, iiriiiiipt servieu, and any work undertaken guaranteed
satisfactory.
SHANNON, lissayer
rtRvi' SON R. c
I Ferguson.
S. Daney, Prop.
SURVIVORS-
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial !..;•■•! f^irvej r
Mineral UJms Anrvcirii
and Crown (Irani:. Obtilned
Ki-i,l, ni i-   N'.-ni Keoord oflli i.
Troul I ,
A. B. HEYLAND,
PHOVIMl III   I IMiM 111 I Vi It
Minora! Claima Surveyed
POPLAR, KA8IX)
W. H. Jones,
Loose
Printing.
11'ni   Binders,    Fine   .',,1
NELSON, B. C
--T.     *■_ bj » a-sconuc*
TROUT   LAKB   LODGE   1. O.O. F
NO. II
-\t £*.     ;       Rl ,"I.'in
w.^;-*-- .A'**      in.'-in   nlghi .-.i   •
V- *•■•_.-».*-^1*;  .-',"i,
j. il. * ,:•. ."■'.';. In-1 Humraery, .':
TUSCAN   LODGE,
Ifofl i
W     A.r. &, A.M.
~.'n"^/\  3rd  Tliui'i, iv cadi
'    Vx month
Visitors v7olonme
C Forddred. Sec,, ». McPherson. W.M.
The li. C. ASSAY and ( H   H.'CAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
V IKOOTJV^tBi 1J. C.
Headquarters tor Assayors, Minli
Mill "Jiippdes.    Sola a_ nts In B. ('. for
Morgan Cruel I la Co . Batti rei -. J
inml j I''. W. lir.iiin at Co.'s PatentCary
Furnaces, Burners, ale,  ■   Win. j-iiti.--
■ertli a: Co.'s I Ine Balance* ete,, etc.
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30c 40c 50c
60c 70c
$1.00
Per Pound.
m$$mmm
_,_,..—, j_, _
A. G. FRASER'S Store **-_-*
© K
Barber Sbop
flood Shaie or Mair Cut
William Schnell,
i i   -
Hot aril Cold Baths
l^niestHarrop
Lumber
Sash    Doors ;
Ha in ware
Etc.
At Cost for Cash
Poplar Creek.
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKKiD.C.
RAW FURS
BOUPHT
CASH   PR.ICf;*   PAID
P.Burns &Co;
WHOLESALE   AM'    BETAI1
Meat
Merchants
Di'iili'i -in all kinds of Fn ■'
rROUT LAKE, B.C.
h&n
son
BrewingCo.
fjrewers of
Fine   Lager  Beer
clad Porter
R.Reistereri_,Co.    -   Pr°Ps'
WOOD    VALLANCE     HArlD
WARE CO  LTD
Hardware, Miners' Buppliei,
■nn! Ranges,
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