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tion than any
nvspaper in **••
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Lardeau Mining Review
£
The representative
of the ('inii Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for $2
per an. in advance.
'OL. 2
TROUT LAKE CITY B.C., Feb. 16, 1906.
No. 16.
frowning
Fatality.
K.KAKS     THROUGH      ICE
WHILST   SKATING
ON LAKE.
(APPEARS JUST  AS ASSISTANCE    A UK IVES
OS SCENE.
■ A   »a<l  drowning   accident took
Lee  nt the foot of the lake on
Iturdsv last, the 10th inst., where-
Ernest Edward Mobhs lost bis
Ernie,   as  he was familiarly
[ed by his associates,  left his
[,„„• ;u Gerard shortly after eight
[clock in the morning  for a spin
lh(   Ink.*, nnd   after   going up
lii.ut half way to the Linson Vie*
(nding, broke through the ice.
The  accident   waa observed   hy
|„.   men   loading lumber  at  the
locks, and  thev at once started
ith planka in an endeavor to res-
Lc th.- unfortunate young man.
Jrank Bchulti got within 50 or 60
| him and heard him exclaim
v   Up,   I've   got  a   cramp."
Immediately nfter   be   «---i** this he
Lhn v Up bis hand*, and sank from
■je*>    dn   the arrival of the boal
irnnTr.iit  Lake  grappling irons
», . ■,!  and   a return made
lo the *     " Ol th'- accident.    After
cm; pling  fur  about an  hour the
IlkIv irai recovered.
Tn" unfortunate victim's watob
|bi.l   Mopped   at    MB,   evidently
ate*!- vr it .-t.iitmg   ii.t.r v.,tn... t
fnith the iv.it. r.
Krni'St Edwards Mobbs was born
[ in M mtreal on 12th October, 1H8G,
in, 1 \i:i* tbe .Idist r-on of Kdwarda
. ..f the Lennoxville Hotel,
tiers rd.     He waa a young man of
I        ttainnienta.  and was taking
j a course with  the Scranton school
in the commercial line so as to enable himself to take charge of a
j general store his father  is sftab-
linliing at Gerard.     His untimely
death is keenly  felt  by  his many
| friends, and  the father was completely prostrated with griet.
Tin' body was brought to Trout
I Lake city for burial on Tuesday
[morning, and services held by the
Ifcev. 1) W. Scott at thc Methodist
Ichurch. A number from Lardo.
[i'oplar and Gerard accompanied
' tl.e body mul the citizens of Troir
Lake turnttl out "n masse 10 pay
[their rerpeoti to the deported and
Iiii sorrowing father. The pall-
| bearers were Messrs. Sehultz, Tat*
ow, Kellie and McQuarrio.
The Ueview extends its sympathy to the bereaved relatives.
Jim Otto, Ed. Graham and Jim
Lade won In from Camborne on
Thursday.
REV KLSTOKE    A8SESSM F.NT
DISTRICT.
Entire ia hereby uiven, In accordance with the statuies, that Provincial Uevenue Tax. and all as-
seaai'd Taxes and Income Tax, assessed and levied under the Assessment Act and amendments, are
ll"w due nnd payable for the year,
1906.
AH lnxi'8 collectible for thc Revelstoke Ar'sessnient District are due
Wd payable at my oflice, situate
at the Court House, Revelstoke,
."•'-' Thii notice in terina of law
I' equivalent to a personal demand
°? me to all persona liable for
tax.'n.
"at-.l at Uevelstoke, B.C., this
*»ud day of January, 1900.
FRED. ERASER,
Deputy Assessor and Collect.ir,
Kevclatoke Assessment District.
Smelter
Charges.
LOCAL   SMELTERS   MAKE   A
CUT OF $3 A TON ON
LEAD OEES,
THIS WILL HELP THE LOW-
GRADE PROPERTIES OF
THK KOOTENAYS.
A reduction of 20 per cent in the
treatment of lead ores has been
made by the different smelters.
Ores which heretofore cost $15 00
for freight and treatment ia now
reduced to 112.00 per ton. There
are several reasons for this cut,
—adoption of more improved
methods of handling ; the keen
competition aroused by the estab
liabment of the Pilot Bay smelter
and the anxiety of the European
smelters to secure our product.
This reduction, taken in conjunction with the high price of
metals, is of vast importance to
the Slocan and Lardeau districts.
Many propertiea which for years
have lain idle can now be operated
at a profit, and on those properties
which have been working the advance will mean increased dividends The new rates as an-
n,'Hived by the Hall Mines smelter
is as follows:
On lead ores containing 20 per
cent, of lead and over, without any
increase for increased contents of
lead, freight and  treatment, $12
■ ■i   *•*-•*„*'   *»***>     l*-/ti»    vt-ln.»    «-*-■•*_.%tiong
of   settlement   to   remain   as   at
present.
CARD OF THANKS.
To thc Editor of the Review.
Dear Sir,—I wish to express my
heartfelt ilianks to the citizens of
Trout Lake and also to those from
Lardo to Gerard for the assistance
and sympathy extended to me in
my recent bereavement. Believe
me, Mr. Editor, that I appreciate
very highly all the kind words
ll.iit have been said to tne, and
while they do not restore the lost
son they alleviate in many ways
the sorrow. I also wish to thank
the Rev. Mr. Scott for the very
helpful and comforting words
spoken at the services.
Yours very truly,
Kuwari* Mobbs.
Gerard, B. C. Feb. It. 1906.
Gourlay Pianos are high priced,
bul worth their price. 'What if a
Gourlay piano docs cost a few dollars more ? You get your money's
worth You obtain it in extra
durability—years more of service
provided for by tho costliness of
its construction ; and you obtain
it in its daily use—vour delight
and pleasure in its exceptional
tonal beauty. We want you to
sec a Gourlay.
IN MEMORIAM.
Whereas Brother J. W. Wcsttall
a loyal member of Trout Lako
Lodge, I.O.O.F. No 41, has cone
to his last repose and
Whereas this Lodgo mott sincerely feels thc loss of so worthy a
member j therefore, be it resolved
that wc extend our most profound
sympathy to Iub relatives in their
bereavement; be it further
Resolved that a copy of these
resolutions be sent to his sorrowing relatives, a copy spread on our
minutes, and a copy sent to the
Lardeau Mining Review for publication.
Signed   E, L. Mastkhson,
A. G. FnAMB
P, Cl'I.KItEN
Feb. 18, 1906, Committee.
Local and General.
Jack Scott came in from Midway
end of last week. Jack looks good,
feels pood, and says there is no
place like home.
Joe Kirkpatriok la officiating as
Recorder during the absence of F.
C. Campbell, who is at Nelson.
The application made last month
to the government for an appropriation to protect the river bank
opposite the recording office is
evidently bearing fruit. Recorder
Campbell received instructions to
forward maps and plans relative
to the danger point to engineei
Gamble at Victoria.
Steve Woods left Wednesday
morning for Vancouver. We wish
Iii in all kinds of luck.
Fred Elliott, O. B. N. Wilkie,
Fred Campbell and Geo. Windsor
are at Nelson this week attending
Supreme Court sittings.
Noah Abrahamson and family
and Miss Alma Thomas left on
Tuesday morning for Revelstoke.
Fire adjuster Richardson, of
Vancouver, came in end of last
week and settled up claims of
Abrahamson Brother-.
Service in the Methodist church
Sunday morning at 11 and in the
evening at 7.30 conducted by the
Rev. C. H. M Sutherland, of Revelstoke.    The same gentleman will
ootid .tot carvice at Fcvrgueon ut  3.
J. B. Cressman, the Reveistoke
tailor, was in Ferguson and Trout
Lake Tuesday and Wednesday.
He reports business exceedingly
good.
The entertainment announced
to be given in town last Wednesday by the Trout Lake Dramatic
Society had to be postponed for a
week. The sudden indisposition
of the principal ladies performing
in "Turn Him Out" necessitated
this course. A full dress rehearsal was given on Tuesday night
in tho presence of a privileged few
and everything went swimmingly,
although Mrs. Elliott and Miss
Edwards were severely handicapped by co'ds. At noon the following day Mrs. Elliott's vocal organs
were affected to such an extent
that no other course but postponement presented itself. It was definitely decided to produce the
farce and concert on THURSDAY
NEXT at 8 p.m. Word was immediately phoned to Ferguson of
the postponement, but as the line
to Beaton is down that town could
not be communicated with, and as
luck would have it a large and
merry party came up in sleighs
They were greatly disappointed
but previous to returning they expressed their intention of seeing
" Turn Him Out" or perish in the
attempt. It has been decided to
give visitors to Trout Lake next
Thursday a good time and it has
been arranged to have a hockey
match with the Ferguson team at
3.30 in the Tiout Lake rink. After
the entertainment in the evening
a dance will be held in the hall
under the auspices of the Dramatic
Society. It is hoped that a good
many will take advantage of these
arrangements and show their appreciation of those responsible for
them.
A choice assortment of picture
post cards were received by many
from Billy Muilins at Ottawa, en
route for New York.
George  Yuill  is  around with a
new suit.   [Water wagon bet.—En
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
THIS is hardly the time to start
out on your summer vacation,
but we want you to consider the
LAR.DEAU
It is the place where nature can
be seen in all its grandeur and
magnificence. Its lakes, rivers, and
mountain streams are tilled with
the tinny tribe, and disciples of
Ike Walton are in their glory. lj) ID
It is a resort entirely free from the
mosquito pest. V V M V M V V
For information, write to the Secretary of Trades Committee or to
the Rbvikw.
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
ICE TALK.
Fred Mills, wilh characteristic
enterprise, has arranged to hold a
" Sheet and Pillow Case " Carnival
at the Skating Rink on Saturday,
December 24th.
The ice harvest is now in full
swing and Craig and Crawford
have a large force of men cutting
and storing the blocks.
On Saturday next the Trout
Lake hockey team journey to Ferguson to play the return match.
We learn they have excellent ice
there. After the match a dance
will be given in honor of the visitors. Up, up, rooters ! Everyone
to the Payroll Centre.
The ladies silver challenge cup
has not yet been played for, nor
do we hear of a move in this direction. Why not arrange the match
for next Thursday ?
Lest you forget! "Turn Him
Out "next Thursday. Dunce to
follow.
The fire fiend tried to get even
with Fire Chief Andy Craig on
Wednesday morning by getting
his fine work in on the office of
Craig & Crawford. The chiet was,
however, on hand, and knocked
out his opponent in the first round
No serious damage was done.
Why B. C.
Suffers.
UNVARNISHED FACTS FROM
CHICAGO MINING
WORLD.
Local
Mining.
CONTRIBUTOR  THINKS THE
PROVINCE HAS NOW
MADE GOOD.
On Wednesday night after the
Chief was sound asleep the same
gentlemen tried to devour Jim
Hunt's residence. He did not
make much headway, however, before he was knocked down and out.
The damage was slight.
In reviewing the progress of the
mining industry in British Columbia during the past year, says The
Chicago Mining World, the first
thing which strikes the observer iR
the very general and universal
nature of the marked developnent
and improved conditions which
have obtained all over the province.
Many things have contributed to
this satisfactory state of affairs.
Among 'he primary causes, of
course -certainly as far as regards
the pecuniary value of the years
output—must be reckoned the in-
creasinglv high prices of three of
British Columbia's staple mineral
pr. lucts-nanielv. ooi'per silver and
lead. The latter metal, indeed,
has risen to a figure which has
wiped out the lead bounty provided
some two years ago by the Dominion government with a view to
assisting tbe development of the
vast bodies of ore existing in the
province. The price ol silyer has
also advanced very considerably
while that of copper has reached
an abnormally high figure.
By far the most potent agent in
the past year's mining prosperity
of the province, however, has lain
in the fact that British Columbia
bus, in the slang of the street,
" made good." In other words,
she has learned her lesson and be
gun to help herself. Eight years
ago, every possible method of exploiting the then only partially
realized mineral wealth of the
province was in full and active
operation—except the simple yet
necessary process of digging out
the ore. Shares were sold in the
eastern statCB and provinces and
in Great Britain to the extent of
many millions of dollars worth, in
companies whose properties had
the solitary merit of geographical
position—and sometimes not even
that. " Mines " that had no location or no real existence whatever
were unloaded en the unwary in
vesi'Or. Every fraudulent device
that could be conceived to introduce the wedge of separation between the fool and his monev was
employed. It was the Saturnalia
of tin.' wild cat. and for several
yean British Columbia did her
little best to convince the investing
public of the truth of that time-
houored adage which says that " A
mine ia a hole in the ground, and
its owner is a liar."
The reaction came at last, and
for an appreciable number of _/e_rs
British Columbia mining, with one
or two notable exceptions, was in
a very languishing condition.
Capital was shy—the burnt child
dreads the fire—and th wretched
camp followers of the vast army of
sharks and shysters who had f»t-
lened so long on the public gullibility still hung about tbe province, unfitted for honest work and
paralyzing every effort made in
that direction by better men.
OF INTEREST TO THOSE
WATCHING THE PROGRESS
AND DEVELOPMENT OF
THE RICHEST MINERAL
SECTION OF THE PROVINCE
The Broadview is getting out an
average of two tons per day with a
crew of four men. Al Houston
left on Monday with two cars of
ore, one of which goas to Nelson,
the other to Pilot Bay.
Development on the Silver Cup
is proving up the property to be
more valuable every day. A full
crew is employed, and by the way
ore is being blocked out the next
season's shipments will come as a
surprise even to the most sanguine.
The lead of the Silver Dollar is
being drifted on both ways from
the crosscut 200 feet in. In tbe
south drift, which is in about 50
feet, a solid body of galena 18 in.
in width has been encountered on
the hanging wall.
The Big Tunnel operations have
been suspended for ,i few weeks.
Manager John Morton has left for
the east on business pertaining to
the company. The suspension will
not last more than a month or six
weeks.
Operations on the Triune will
be resumed as soon as conditions
will permit.
It costs 4-bits to Bee " Turn Him
Out." No extra charges for the
101 laughs.
Services wore conducted at the
Anglican Church Sunday by Rev.
G. Cook, of Kaslo.
J. O. Piper left today for the
Beatrice, where he will officiate
as chef. Jim Lade says if J. 0.
can't fill the bill the boys willtako
to tbe bush.
Over at Camborne a new vein ot
free-gold quarts 6 feet in width
shooting off thc main lead has
been discevered in the west drift
on tbe Del Rey, and is now being
opened up. The vein is running
parallel with the formation and
merges into the main lead at a distance of 20 feet from the crosscut
tunnel. The discovery comes in
the nature of a surprise to the
management and will increase the
ore producing capabilities of the
property.
The clenn-up of operations at
tbe Eva mine and mill took place
on the first of the month and re-'
suited in a gold brick nearly 15000
in value and concentrates of an
estimated amount of $500. This
is the largest amount that has
been derived from a month's operations for some time and is a
splendid start toward making 1906
the banner year of thc mine.
Everything at the mine and mill
is working harmoniously and thero
is every reaeon to believe that results such as thc above will be a
regular feature during the present
year. It is said that there are
matters in development that will
bring the Eva mine into greater
prominence as a gold producer
and, incidently, give Camborne
increased prestige as a permanent
inining camp.
The regular monthly meeting
of TuBcan Lodge, A.F. & A.M., was
held Thursday night and some
degrees conferred. After the closing of Lodge an adjournment was
made to the banquetting room,
where lunch was served. After
satisfying tho inner man, Brother
Hugh McPherson, the retiring
master, was presented with a Fast
Master's jewel. Several brethren
were   in    from    Camborno    and
Beaton.
.. ^ ■
We'll give $10 to any adult who
can see Turn Him Out and keep a
straight face.
Bjuuiua
i2 ***-&••» I
' >
The representative
.? the rich Lardeau
country. Scut to
anv mid less for $2
per an. in advance.
No. _3,
al and General.     |
trethcivev, who has held
fti of station agent hero
Kparture oi F. T. Abey,
•yedncsday for Nelson.
relieved by H.J, Hicks.
bo noticed that this issuo
t larger than our usual
hope our patrons will
lange, which will be the
*« paper in future.
11 smiles—is not in it
M~>bbs,of Gerard, these
h the mill moving to
the Lennoxville Hotel
t in it—fairlv in it.
able in Zion city. Dowio1
|e bounce and general
.liva has got his job.
IV. wa. successfully
last Saturday on Trout
'alter Phelan'.
has got in this week
ta, vegetable and garden
owering   bulbs,    clover,
and   Garden City lawi>
■chdeaeon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in the Anglican
st Sunday. The services'
al and some exceedingly
c was rendered.
.ward Crosby gave a lec-
e Methodist church last
night entitled " Among
em B. C. Indians." The
■ illustrated by lantern
lliere was a very poor
h|. The rev. gentleman
'jucted services in tho
;> church on Sunday.
o have books from the
e earnestly requested to-
Bii without delay.
3es Committee will meet
I night at R o'clock.     A
ance is requested.
Masterson, Secretary.
rry. of the Silver Cup,
ednesday's  Doat   for   a
lay trip.
Parker, inspector of
nd measures, is around
lual inspection trip.
levesque is leaving short-
ileasure trip through tbo
t provinces.
our eye on thc Lardeau.
mining deals  aro pend*
At tho Provincial Homo
iting, the Nelson News
it tbe columns of politico which was nauseous to
iel-headed reader, and is
g us news—and that in a
manner.
SS
,'.:; .■ - , ■ ■'. ■ '__■
warn?.
SEEDS
■\ wuh ueiWcen 'pivrw ttuu vuwv/.
j^llUUl" V*A 1CV4.
linger and Joe Hawkins
n for a day's fishing this
'hey secured some nice
non.
Urns has  returned from a
riii l> the coast cities.
Evans has secured aj
ise for bis lintel at Beaton.
members havo been en*|
1 tbe grand opening took j
Saturday. Wo wiih tho|
success,
son began his assessment j
,hc Aurora at  8-Mile thi.1
2*,)tb   inst. tho  Ladies*)
give a basket Ball.
I operations continue a{
Scr grounds. A clcan-u|
nude in a few xiays.
ry successful   dance  w
ibe  Alexandria hail, F<
/aot Monday night.
\ tbo  appearance of Sprlnl
j snow roads breaking, tra*»_
..•, is not all honey the** day*-'
r ..,:. ___'
THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
la Printed at Trmit LakS rily, nnn I'lilillsliin'
nl h'01'Kiisnn nn.l Trnul Luke evprvTburadt.)
Tn • 1'. llt'tr tlnttn ii'.! nol.l hints,-11 ,'.n.,tnn-
iiti.iii fir i.in' .pinions of ourrevpiuKleuitex-
nivtneit In Its trul..in.is
All in. -ulM win lie charged nt  the rata nf IB
donlH itt».i Umi, first, insert nm, ant! Ul t-fius pai
I Inn each snbsiii|iu.nt Insertion,
Tartans for .Transient and othsr advertising
'fi!' ne ina.l.i known on application al ofttoe
n,ii,sfriiiiinn *2.im n year, in advanoe.
PLAY FAIR.
It is conceded by law nnd allowed by all fair-minded men that a
BUspect is not a criminal until he
1 ns bad a lair trial by an established tribunal nnd found guilty.
Certain charges have been made
against the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works that
lhe transfer of the Kaien Island
wns crooked. A commission was
neked for by the leader of the
Liberal party in British Columbia
to investigate the deal, and such a
body was duly appointed and are
now ut work. Notwithstanding
this fact the Liberal press have
ono and all adjudged the lion gentleman guilty.      They do not even
Tlvoitt Xafec
Mater
Supply, 0o.
Xto.
By using Water supplied   ly lb
*3)    Company yu are  assured cf nbso
■ •   lute purity.   Government Analysis
@    to back up statements. ::::::   :
Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
toflmm&wttotototo
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that no .lays
after .lute, 1 intend tu apply to the Hon,
chief Commissioner of Lands ami
Works for a special license to cut an.l
carry away timber from tlie following
described lands, situated in West Kootenay district.
From n post planted at Selilon Daney's
north-west corner post marked 1". J.
Devine's north east corner posl. Ilienee
wesi 80chains, thenc south 80 chains,
I hence east 811 cliaiiiH, thence north 80
ele ins. ti. point of commencement.
P. .1. DKVINK.
Trout I.ake, B.C., Nov. IS. 1908,
NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given that 30days
afterdate l Intend to apply to tho Chief
Commissioner of Lands an.l Worts for
;i special licence to cut and cari*y away
timber from the following deacrilied
lands Bituated in West Kootetlay District.
From a post planted on the north .-.st
side f l.nrdeiui creek about '■'., mile east
Irom Halfway creek and marked Selilon
R. W. EDGE
Painter -—
Decorator.
asterson, Gri
TROUT   LAKE
It. 0.
. Dancv's north-west corner post, running
have the common decency to await! east 80 chains, thence south SO chains,
the report of the  Commission, but   thoncaareatW chains, thence north 80
chains to point olcommancement.
show the weakness of  the party as SELDOM DANEY
a whole by having to resort to such Trout Uke. 1
unfair methods.
In private or business life Buch
work would la? considered nefarious ana not worthy of consideration by any honorable i.'iin, but
seemingly in politics it is different.
If the hon. Commissioner is guilty
and is po found by the investigating commission, we say let him
be punished nml driven from office,
but until such is done lie is surely
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.     All work
Guaranteed.
(Mfelta BM. Tront Late, B.G
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION OF AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY.
CoMi'ANirs Act, 1S97
I hereby certify that the " Chestnut
Hill Mining Company," "Non Personal
Liability " has tins ti:.y been registered I
as mi Extra-Provincial Company nnder
the "Companies Act, 1897," to carry
oat or effect all or any ol ihe objects of I
the Company to which the legislative
authority of the Legislature ol British
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entitled  to be  believed innocent.jColumbiaextends
.,,, .. , The head office of the Companv is
The  gentleman   in question   naaL*toa,e „,   N„.  ;!lM   Quinn-sharpless
i.'i'own up from  humble surround-  Building, S  Ith Btreet. in the city ol
Philadelphia in the county ol Philauel-
ings to the proud position of
second man in our province
through l.o.H'siy and Bquare dealing!
_   "..   I     l lie  head  oilic.* ot  tne  .nmpanv in
constituents   to   the   beat of   his thte *winoe i, situate at the town ol
ability and  the attempts of   the frout Lake, and Thojnaa B. Ehrehart,
. , . . [Mine  Manager,  whose ii.l.lre«« is thi
Liberal   press   to   lmvlcc   him   a __me, ia the attorney for the Company.
criminal an  un worthy of men. Sol empowered to issue and transfer
. -lock.
The   mi antagen   or   uieadvan-     The Companv  Is   specially limit..i
tnu'.'s to the Province ol tlm deal is under section .v';..f the said Act.
The time oi the existence ol the oom-
niiiy is tifly years from the 28th day ol
phia and State oi Pennsylvania
The amount ol the capital of the Com
pany Is two hundred thousand dollars,
divided   Into   two  hundred   thousand
has  served bis country and I shares ot one dollar each.
Tbe head office of the Oompany in
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
W. H. Jones,
Loose    leaf    Hinders,    Fine   Job
Printing.
NELSON, B. C.
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
another question, taking f n granted that ii ia a bad one it .Iocs not
license anyone tn impute dishonest
motives to the men who made it.
more especially until the investigating   committee  has   mad"   its
report.
Tin*   action   of  the   Review
st:irtinj. a fund for the purchu-in
punv IS
July, 1904.
Given  nn.'. r my  hand   and  seal of
office st Victoria, Province of British
Columbia, this 28th day of October, one
thousand nine hundred and live.
[i..s.l B. Y. WuOTON.
Registrar of Joint stock (.'on.panics.
The objects tor which thia company is
established and registered are:
To pnrcliii.se rn-   otherwise   acquire,
■    own,'lease,occupy, use or develop any
''lands containing gold, silver, copper,
lea l ..r ..ther minerals
To mine, or otherwise to extractor
of   hydrants  and  ln.se In,-  been  ..„„,,„   ^,d    ,.,„„._  „„.,,„.. ,,..„, „r
commented on  favorably by huai- oth r'miuerals:
. Tbuv.a ell. or  otherwise to deal or
men   and   property owners. traffl    in gold, sUver. copper, lead or
Don'l   let  it  stop there.    Send in'..the      inerals and any of. the products
.      .  . ,,      ,     ,     then      and articles consisting or part"
your   subscription   to   the   bank, lv ,.„     |Ungthereo,;
even if it is only a one-spot.
The entertainments given by the
Trout Lake Dramatic Soeie y are
for a go.nl put| ose and worthy of
good support.     Tbe funds derived
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
COAST   Iilsl'ltlt'T.
N
Trout   Lake   City  Transfer
and Stage Line.
=£_
1 Ferguson
Fergi
Trout Lake
i
Beaton
HmmXwWmmWmmmW*
Daily Stage will \
leave  Ferguson
7 a.m.
Trout Lake at 8
WOOD   YARD
in connection.
tt$tJ$$$$&0tf<ffltf&tt$$$
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
NOW
is   the   time   f»r   you to
••>     Illli.    I   '.»• \'..f..r   .......
the Proepeeta ci .Yrgujxui
so bright.
The Tow. of FERGUSON
will be one of tin* ttraatest
or« Producing Camps in the
World. Tin* high degree uf
success achievr.l I.y tin-
nuniiToua W HALT IIY and
l'KAlTK'AI. BRITISH and
A li 1 RICA N M 1 N ING
COMPANIES now nitrating
then* ia a tribute tn tl"'
tieiiieir lotlS Wealth of the bills
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|.>TI>.K is hereby riven tiint n„' rcwrva-
tUiii. iit.ii,-,'orwii'tii mu publlahad in
tbe B.< . Uacatte, aud dated dtn Auguat,
I ni.ouverina a bell nf lain! extfiirtinn im.-k u
nre I., be spent   ill   town lor DUliCl-1ttlntAnc   ol tan mllti "i. each *.ii.' or the
. ,        ,, , . .       sn H itlver between Kitniini banyan and
inn new Bide walks and repairing I Haieiujn.uconceiied.
.. , .     _   ...       „,, . Notice I*. al-r> liven thnt Hint |ii.rtl..n of tl.e
those already limit.     Hi.-members  nwrvatlon, notice of whlcb wm published in
,   . .     . Hie li..'. ..../..ii.' in..I dated lITtn Deoember,
ol the society are   lo   be CongratU-l itw, ooverlnR a bell ..r laud extending bet-
,   .     , ._   . ,,. weed 111.' mo nth r.f Kllllil.il illveritnil KUhIIiik
l.ite.l on their ]illlilic spintedness,     Gonron, I   rearlndi I In *><. fur aall coven
i in mi i *. 111 _ between the Ktuilar. uanyon and
 :  i   i.ii.i [n n,•• Klin,mi  Valley, dltuu.1 t<*ii
* lata In n northerly direction frtmi the month
There is every indication of an «_ Kitimni uwer. and that ...,«i. land*
iherooii will l pentonale, pre-i raptlon and
early Bprina, when the work of re- otherdUpotltlonunder in.- i-i". .Mil th-'j
1       "*' i und Aft, on and after the efehth (Kill) day of I
pairing road: an.l traila will begin.  Deeeinbel neat: Provided thai the right of
, wayofanj railroad inatl nol In ni.'lu.lr.l n. ,
• -I.unites     not     being    yet ■*■} landa ae acquired.
w, s. ut nil..
Depnly CnmmlMlontrof lAndad Works, [
FERGUSON
The    estimates      io.I
brought   down,   we do not ki o«
liov much money will be available,
bi I wo think   it would be wiac to
.-i" ml the maximum amount in
putting   in I   shape   the main I
roads nml trunk trails. Tbe condition of these may mean tbe living or losing oi tWO, three, or . ven
live dollars per ton on the transporting of ore   and such pmiit or
loal may meat* tbo working or
tlnsipg down ol some of our good
properties.
THURSDAY, Feb. 22nd.
(IRANI)
Entertainment
and Concert.
Laughable Faroe in One Act:
" Turn Him Out,"
DANCE TO FOLLOW.
i ,;u,ii.. .ni,i work* Department
Vloloiln, B.O., 31»t August, IM.
Ilocl.ev  Match  in  Ibe Afternoon
at 8.80.   Ferguson vi. Lake.
you want to SELL
you want to ItUY
iCorrespond witi, the
Lardeau Mines
We have several Good Proper*
ties liste.l on which _o...l terms
can he Inltl.
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Maple
Leaf
Rubbers
Best
Sell
Styles to
ever every
need from
tine city wear
to lumber-
in.lis or minors,' footwear.
'I hey aro all
just as honest
aalbe emblem
signifies.
Lardeau Mines Exchange,
" Review " Building.
Trout l.nke, B.C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated Itramla of   Ham, Baoon
and l^'irn,
NELSON,       -        -        B. C
Best
to
Buy
Best
to
Wear
Lennoxville
-^r^Hotel.
E. MOBBS  PROP
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
GERARO
B   C
Urtt
Limited
Vancouver,
B. 0.
Selling
ARentB.
The BEST Always I
IN BINE SHOES I
minim; BHOE8 I
SHOE PACKS!
RUBBERS am.
0VER8H0EBI
GERMAN  SOCKS!
I* wlmt  ytii  will u.t If jun tin your Inlying
W llll 11*.    NO il,»l,'t fit. IT, I.   Wl.,'.' WHIlllllK till. -
lllll K In tlie w.iy t,i I,el w inr in .'.ill nn u«, nr
.lr..|, u llni'.
'11 BOM 18 STOF,
Pnblie Siliiii. Hospital, and
other iliMitlltiollH.      I!xi'"'.li lit
Waterworks M>tPin. (.ireets,
Blorea ami Retldencoa illumined by Llectricity. Daily
mail (.t-rvice. The townaitH
ia admirably laid out (let in
NOW on the ■•round floor.
I otx can   now  be  purchased
rRoa
UP.
  $75	
TOWNSI rB AGENT I
HENRY FLOYD I
RRVELSTOKE, B. C. I
CWWOCMIO
■ ■ > ■■■'§
XTbc Dotel Beaton
Bl-AION.  B.C.
Nelaon, I). C.
ANDREW    &
CO.
Mail ortlcra carefully i.iel   promptly
attended to,   Agenl lor slater and Net-
tletnll Sh'"'*".
A. It. IIKY LAN I),
ritOVIM IAI. I.AMI HI-KVKYOR
Mineral (Jloioi Surveyed
POPLAR, KA: in.
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9
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Visum;
Ml     .1
'I8IT0R8 arriving al Beaton (the threshold ol the ".ardeeti
.'i'i'i"';
(or hlgh*elass trade,   Kxcellent sccomtnodation.    A well
 ■ ■ •■*■ •»..".,•■ - -—
rowhead, will (ind this Hotel lo be fully eqolppsn
appointed and apaeinus dining ball.    Thebesi <.l WlneSi Spliluj
mul Cigars    Personal nopervlslon li (Ivsn to lbs requirement*0'
liiilnuin. Ninitorn to the I anleau can rely on comfort at this hotel.
W. BOYD -:-  -:- Prop;
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II    I    -If.
FERGUSON H0TEL
*-^fp$r~
The noted hoiiu for travellers visiting
Ferguson, B.O.
A well stocked Har of the choicest I.iqoiiru, Winei, etc.
McDonnell & Black
Proprietors,
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NOTICE,
8t  I,,,1.1, mineral olaim,  iltuato In   tlie
I 1 rniit Lako  iliniim  Divlalon nf went Kimt-
j .rimy .llitrlet,
When in,,oui: -tn. Galena creak, ..limit
two iniii'H rrom .'Mi'ii. rin
Pake notice nmi i.o.u.n. wttkle, iiKfnt f,,r
'.|.i..'.ili,i ii. miiih, ir,.L. mlner'acertlhaate Nn.
mmim. Intend, iilxty .iny-M from tlie date Inn-
or toapply io iln- Milium llrcurder mr aoer-
iiiiiaie .. improvoincnu for tin- purpoie of
nl. aliilnua Irnwii < lrn.nl of tbe ttbovo irlaiin.
An.l li.llll.'.liilo'nntli'i. lliut lli'llnll,  l,...ler
Bectton 87, nnr: be cnminenoed I afore tbe l»
nuance ol tuch eortlflcalu nf ImprovemenU.
iinied title5tjj tiay ol October. A.n. Iuu5.
"   li. N. WII.KII',,  I'.L.a,
TBOUT  l-AKK.
o.
NOTICK TO UKI.INi.iCKNT C...WNEIW
Legal Notices.
r BRTIrlCATES OK  IMPIIOVKMKNT.
NOTICK.
i.;, |don ('hem No. S„ Golden Client Nn.
2 I-'ractioii, and Lidis mineral claims
iituate in the Trout Lake Mining Divi*
uon ,.f Weal Kootsnay district.
Where located: One and .hip hall
niileH nontrrwest from the town of
fonlsr, It. C
Take notice that I, John Keen, free
miner's ci*.'ilicate No. IIN.'!,:;:;.;, inieinl
lixty da)" after dale hereof, to spplj 1"
tlie Mining Recorder ipr Certificates ol
Improvement! for the |.ur|.oae of obtain*
ims crow u RrantH 'if the above claims,
Andinrthsr tnke police thai action
unrler section -il rab.it be commenced
i, ,| tl '■ Issuance ol ruch certificate ol
Improvements,     Inn.'ths 81stdsyol
October, A. D., 1906  „
Nov 3 06 JOHN KEES.
NOTICE.
Itla.k Ihamond mineral claim, situate
in the Trout I.uke Mining division ol
Weit Kootenay district.
Where located: <>.. divide   between
the mm'.'.i I'.rk ol the Smith I'.uk of the
Lardt-au river and Bonania creek, about
two miles northerly from the American
"'Take  Notice that   1,0. B, N. Wilkie.
acting as Sgenl for I he Beattle-Oregon
Mi..nu! Co.. F.M.C. No. B88195, intend, sixiv days (ri.m the date hereof,
toappl.. to the Minn.-' Recorder for a
Ceititicste <>i [mprovements, for the
purpose ol obtaining a Grown Grant ol
tlie ahnve claim.
And further take   DOticS  thai   action.
under section '•'.'. most becommonced
the issuance ol such Certificate
<,f Improvements.
luted   this   '»ii day of Oct.)  a.d.
oel ;,. JO. B. N. WII.KIK.
SOTICE.
Tom Edwards  mineral claim, situate
in lire  I root l*ko Mining  l»i\i-i.,n ol
W' ... Ki itenay .tistn.'t. *
Wl ere located   On Silver Cap moan*
tmn. ni'."ii l. miles Irom Bilver Cup
■
itice that I, Fredwrlek Charles
I m.i;.  No   B88042, acting as
. ,hn  W.   Westfall.   F.    .C.
So, BS7UM, intend,   sixty  days from
•   he f, t.. apply   ni   ths
,1.       .    ,,. ,-_    I--    ■   I '..., 111.. . I..   ..f
rin,,i .....ii'iiis,  for ihe purpose of ob*
. rt.wn  Grant  of  tl e  above
cairn.
tail  further  take not ice that iict'on I. 	
llBilei   -    l.'.ii H7,  must   he cmin.'need # _       _
'■.:.r;~ •«*<*'•*'•**•« Review Job Dept.
I1    -I this llth dav of Aug., A.l) 1906
1*.  8— •'.
NOTICK.
l'tlack Diamond Mineral Claim situate
in the Trout I.ake Mining Division oi
West Kootenay District. Where located:
One half mile north ni 11 n.ki tin creek,
Take Notice that I, 11. McPherson,
agem for the Seattle-Oregon Mining
Co., Free Miners' Certificate, J.0.B88IH6
intend sixty days from tlie data
hereof to apply to the Mlniog Heeorder
fur a Certificate ol Improvements lor
the purpose ol obtaining a Crown graut
of the above claim
.nd further take notice that action
under section :;v muvt bacomiuenued
before the issuance of such Oniiieate
of Improvements.
Dated this 23rd day Sept. a.l. 1906.
sept  28
N..TUT.
lir.r Fdx, mineral claim, Kituati- lu tlm
Trout i,nkt' Miiiu.K Dlvlsloa <»r vv.-i Kit'.!-
I'lntv district
where loi-Hti'.l:—On lloiianir.it swell, al«,ii'
one mile K>utb-esit fmui liiaek Diamond
inliicrttl .l.lin.
Take notice that I, O.B.N, Wilkie. sgenl fnr
Peter McVeigh, free miner'i oertlflonte  No
BD23H8, Intend, ilaty .lays from the dale I en
ni, rn apply tn the Mining Heeorder f"r a Cei>
llllt-ate nf  Improvement*,  fnr  tbepOrpOSSOf
obtaining a Crown I Irant of the above claim.
Ami further lake notloe that action, under
sectionOT, inii-i li iiiimi'.H'.'l  before the le-
■uanoeof aucl rtlBoate of Improvements,
l.nii',1 iiiirt.'tiii.la.v ol October, A.H., IUU_.
oel • 0. li. N   wii.kii-;. IM.,8.
TBOUT LAKE,
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT OO-OWNEB
To D. R. McLennan or to whomsoever
he may hsve transferred his Interest
in the I'.i.il.io mineral claim.
Take Notice that I the undersigned
co-owner with yon In the Embro mineral claim situate ,,ii south sidecI Lar
dean river between Rapid and .'"','l:.r
creeks in the Tro.lt l.nke ll, ili'.iK dtvisil i.
ul W, Kootenay, have performed the ne*
ceaaary work and made the necessary ex
lienditnre on the above*mentioued
claims lor the years 1904 and 1906, in
or.ler to hold the same under section 114
ol the Mineral Act. and the years hn
\\ Inch said «<>rk was performed ami ex-
penditnre made having expired, 1 hereby give v,,ii notice thai if within t.
.hi\M (mm *.ht firsl publlcsUon hereol
! or refuse to contribute your proportionate share ol inch expenditure and
pay   the    costs  of  this  advert.sen,cut.
voiir interest In the said mineral claim
will become the property of the undersigned under am? hy virtue ol section 4
,,l ihe Mineral Act An.eudiiK ul Act
1900.
'•-"vl at Trout Uke this .Mh dayol
July, Ifi-*. •■•"• c  Ki.ni>***.
July T. 06 l t.-iiwner
!'..r High-Class Work.
Lardeau
Hotel
Baa
to
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
IwAwjlUN visiting Ferguson you
IW       should -tav nt the Lardeau
I '     Hotel.      Here   the   visitor
will l.e surrounded with
borne comforts. Excellent
ouisine, well ventilated
mul   warm   roome,   well
stocked bar. and everything which
tei iln towards niak.iii'' your vi-»it a
pleasant and memorable one.
Hates from $1 day upwards.
We atrivo tu please onr patrons.
FERGUSON.
To .lames (irant,  It. ti. Mael cod and
Jainert Boochier, or to whomsoever
they  mav  have tranalerred thuir interest in the Slate iniueral claim.
Take notice that 1, the undersigned
co-owner with you in  the Slate mineral
claim, situale on South hide of l.ardenu
riier between ttsp' I and   Poplar ereeki
inii..' Trom I.ake Mining Division ol
West  Kootenay,  have performed tbe
necessary work and made the necessary
expenditure on the above mentioned
claim for the years. 11)04 and l'.'Oo, in
order to hold the same under section L'l
of the Mineral .\ci. ami the yean for
which said work wuh performed and < _•
I .-ri.li* di • made having expired, I hereby give you notice linn if witbinOOdsys
from   the   first   publication  hereof you
fail or refuse to contribute your proportionate share of such expenditure and
nay the costs ol this advertisement yonr
mi. test in the said miners! claim will
■ ci Min.■ the property of the undersigned
iiini'i nml by virtue of section •• ol the
Mineral Act Amendment Act, wot).
I'tite.' ut Trout   I.ake this 17th dav of
July, 1006. JAMES SSKl.l..
Co-Owner.
It paya to uho the Telephone. A
loutjtliv trip can often bo saved. Offices
at Ferguson.; Curomlps1 Htore ; Trout
Lake, Posl Office ; also at Ueaton, .omaplix and Arrowhead.
".
notici;.
Cnpper Qtieon mineral claim, situate
in the trout Lake inining division ol
.Vest Kootenay district.
Where located : On *«ilver Cup mountain, about 1 '.j miles from Silver Cup
mine.
Take notice that I, Frederick Charles
Elliott, 1- M.C. No. B88042, act ine us
agent for Charlea L. Copp, F.M.C. No.
U88180,    Charles   Mchicholl,   K.M.C
So.    1.7*011,   and   John   V. .   Westfall,
I'.M.C No. B87964, Intend, sixty data
i'.iin the date hereof, to apply to tha
Mining   Recorder  for   a (frtilii'iile   of
Improvements, for the purpose ot obtaining a Crown CJrant oi the above
claim.
And further take not ire that »ction,
under section 47, must becommenoed
before the issuance of Certificate ol Improvements.
Dated tins llth dav of Aug. i.D.1906.
18-8-1906.
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
Alinow LAKE, B.O.
CMM  »
Under   New  Management
HARRY McINTOSH.
Of the Hoffmann House, Rossland,
Proprietor.
_P _fr-*l_r*A„
The Most complete health resort on
the i ontiiieiit of North Ainein-a. Ac-
comiii.iiliiti'iiis for 100 guests. Oood
fishing, boatiug and hunting.
'erins $12 00 to »1S.(X) per week, arcor-
ding to restdenoe In hotel or villas. A
doctor in attendance.
I'or further partioulars apply to
Harry Mcintosh,   Proprietr
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS.
Balmoral Hotel.
«_
*-/,,_->='
Visitors to Fergus ni  may  rely upon  the very best ol
accommodation at thi? well-known hotel    Booms am
Well  furnished  thlOUghout.    The  Har is' blocked wilh
a choice assortment of palatable quenchers.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
..
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
KSEHYTH1VO   NEW   AND    KIKBT-CLABB   IN   ALL RKSProTB
Fire  Proof Safe
The houasli stocked wl lb ine f".-.t WIdm »md Clears on the market.
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
A
Pointer
When limkini: for a placa to spend
your holidays, bear in uiiml
that  Trout   Like   is   an
ideal  rammer  resort.     The
-c. lu-rv and climate are magnificent
TIME   TABLE
SS. OEO. F. PIPER.
Itim.ilDt* b tsreon Arrowhead, Bea-
~v ulln i   1"-: mUtio..
LmAlttiH Arrowhead fur Beaton sod
too au.l Comaplix, aa follows,
Oxnaiu.x, twice driily—10k and ok.
Learinn Ueaton ..... (Juuiapiix for
Ari-owhead. twice daily — 7:l")k and
lllitok. Mukint; close connections
with allt'. 1'. K. Steamers and train*.
Tin* owners reserve ttiu ri^ht to
ohaotfe times of sailings without
Dotloa,
The Bowman Lumber Co., Limited.
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
IS
THE
Place to Stop at
WHEN IN ROFSLAND.
—o—
Davis ®> Loder - - Props.
U Under the tarns M.aaag*me,,t.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout. Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A BPECIAI.TY.
Stables at Trout* Lake.
 -I
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Royal^ Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin   Board, World's
Mining New*.
E. L. MORAND,
Excellent    Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   £_
PR0P John Simpson,      Proprietor.
w mmninfflfflnM
ssB
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
_
mrWmws® m
General
Merchants.
ra
TROUT LA
CITY
\Tt
B
FEE GUSON - - B. 0.
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THERE Iihto been fortonei
made i>y jodicioai invcut-
ment in Krial Kntate, anil
more fortutiP!" will be mai1« than
I'vpr the next two or three yearr..
The otie wh<* rea«e lhe harvest ll
tlie original inventor, f.ir In- bai
hiH ni.itiey 00 a eeitainty.
Now let in point out to you that
there i« n.» better ipot "ti '.be Coil*
tiin'iit tn bo? Keiil KiUta than
TROUT LAKE
Trout Lake Is tha prettiest «)«it
in the Kooii'iiny*.: rn* h plaaaut.
reaorl it Im- nn eqnal. Boating
nn.l ti-liing may le Indulged In
the year round ; while big game
in abundance it tn the found no
the hills lis olimate is inperb,
tliore h'iMR no crent I'Xtreiner., it
being 111 i 1 *1 in winter uml ono' In
miiiiuier. ii enn boast of r-"iiie >.f
lhe tinert hotels anil H lidenOSS l"
Brltiab Columbia. Its Rtr**etH are
well laid out and graded. There
are two excellent genera] alorei,
and s glsnee at the ad?ertlaementi
in thu. journal will lllOW that all
traded me fairly Well re|ire->eiit. il.
Write with OonfldenOa tu Agents.
H. McPherson
Agent,
Trout Lake, B.C.
cctr
"
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Moke your
selection at
once.   ::  ::
Then call on
or   write to
. •. •
%
%
IT linn never had a ' hooin "—ite
growth hap bee i ntendy. It is
the load of navigation, and
ihe terminal ot the Lardo hianeh
nf the C.P.R. All ronis (in t! e
l.auleaii) lead to Trout Luke. It
in the connneri ial centie .f the
rioheat mineral district on tho
continent, and has hanking facilities provided hy the Iinpiuil
Hank of CanailM ; firsl-elBss Beliool
accommodation under the tlir<e-
tion of 8. Shannon. B.A.; a good
water system ; government offices ;
County Court aittiirgs; M<-th. dist
Episcopal and Anglican chur'uen
and cottago hospital.
There are valuable ranch lands
on iho outskirts awaiting settlers.
lis lumber resources are magnifi
cent, and a band miw mill with a
capacity of 00.1100 ft. per day is at
t»'e head of the lake. The mines
tributary are proving nut bigger
I roilueers every year, with new
prospect! opening up neb bodies of
ore.
There will he a big rush this
vear, so if you would know
more, write al once to either of
the ngi'iitrt at the atltlrcares tit-low.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
£	
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um.uuuuiiiuuiUiuuiUiututuuuutiUiuuauutt.tutuiuiiitii....u«i„»„uii,...u.
The representative
ol the i ii'li Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for %2
per an. in advance.
No. _ i.
al and General.     |
■jtthewey, who huu held
■ of station agent hero
rparttire of P. T. Abey,
Wednesday for Nelson,
ireliev.'d hy II. J. Hicks.
c noticed that this issue
*at larger than our usual
a hope our patrons will
ange, which will be the
paper in future.
ill  Binilee—is not in it
r MobbB,of Oerard, these
ith  the mill moving to
I the Lennoxville Hotel
;ht in it—fairly in it.
rouble in Zioneity. Dowio-
die  bounce  and general
oliva has got his job.
k IV. wa_ euecessfully
ast Saturday on Trout
alter Phelan.
las   t*ot   in   this week
te,   vegetable and gardenr
rering   bulbs,    clover,
md  Carden City !a**.'i>
ehdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in the Anglican
•t Sunday. The servicea
al and some exceedingly
it wad rendered.
t
ard Crosby gave a lec-
e Methodist church last
iiight entitled "Among
•rn B. C. Indians.-' The
w illustrated  by lantern
rere was a very poor
The rev. gentleman
fucted services in tho
u church on Sunday.
I	
jho have books from the
earnestly  requested to-
without delay.
les Committee will meet
night at 8 o'clock.     A
lance is reqoeated.
L Masterson, Secretary.
irry. of the Silver Cup,
ednesday's ooat for a
ay trip.
Parker, inspector of
ind measures, is around
Btial inspection trip.
cvesque is leaving short-
asure  trip through the
t provinces.
our eye on the Lardeau.
mining deals aro penu
lt the Provincial Houto
ting, the Nelson News
t the columns of politi-
;e which was nauseous to
el-headed reader, and is
g us news—anc' that in a
manner.
ii
linger and Joe Hawkins
for a day's fishing this
'hey secured some nice
lion.
(rns has  returned from a j
rip t* tlie coast cities.
WJbiULUb
=
■    -nr"
3ES
SEXSES
■ '     - SEEDS
l wuh oeiWueu *fit*..'v t»iiu fuVw.
j4>iuuv *»"«u.
Evans   has   secured   a|
Us for hit hotel at Ueaton.
meiiih - have been en*,
*1 the grand opening took!
Saturd iv.    We wilh tho|
I success,
Ison began Ids assessment
the Aurora ai  s Mile th
20>th   inst. tho  Ladies
give a basket Hull.
operations continue al
ler grounds. A clcan-u|
tunl" in a few days.
ry successful   dance  wi
pie Alexandria hall, Vet
/aet Monday night.
t the appei ranoe ..I sprlii
i snow roads breaking, tra^
•i is not all honey these da) dob4?rintin g of eve ry description will be faithfully executed at th© Review Job Dept
Ferguson
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
: l"*"W'' .'.'. ■ yi" I*
_     'I'
Co.ateaeta entered into Inr |.aeklngn( Mining flnppllea, eeo,
to nnv point in Ihe district,
<!ooil, prompt .service, and any work undertaken guaranteed
wtlsfaotory.
S. DANEY, Prop.    Ferguson.
LEGAL.
_•&_._ C. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER. NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Luke, 11. ('.      und .orgUBOn.
W.   Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a
For    /ourself
Don't Pay Rent. |
Easy Terms.
0. f. N. WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveyed
and Crown Orants Obtained
«e.lUeno.-Next Record Office. ^ ^ _ (
■WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO   LTD*
Hardware, Mineri' Br>- plies, Stove*
and Ranges.
NELSON, B.C.
NOTICK
Tenders for Mineral claim forfeited t.
the Crown.
Tenders will bo received ^by the undersigned up to 12 o'clock, noon, or
Tuesday, the <5th day of February, WW
for the purchase of the undermentioned
mineral claims, which were forfeited to
the Crown at the Tax Sale held in the
Government office at Kaslo, B.C., on
the 7th t\ay of Deceinlier, 1904.
To be considered, all tenders must be
at least equal to the upset price, a*-
given below, which is equivalent tn the
amonnt for which such claims could
have been re-purchased hv the owner*
nn the 30th of June, 1905, together with
the taxes which have accrued since the
tax sale, the cost of advertiiing for
tenders, and Crwwn 14rant fee.
Claim I-ot No. Unset price
Consolidated Virginia 11992     $45,0!)
Klk 3993       40.45
Speculator 3994      44.00
Each tender must be accompanied by
a certified cheque for the full amount
thereof, payable at par at Kaslo, in
favor of the nndeisigned. The cheque*-
i.f all unsuccessful tenderers will be immediately returned.
E.E. CHIPMAN,
Government Agent, Kaslo, b.c.
H. IM. Coursier
REVELSTOKE, B. C
FIRE     INSURANCE
LOSSES   I'AID   PROMPTLY
Write for Kates.
Starpe, & do.
WHOLESALE DEALERS in Butter,
Eyas,    Cheeje,    Produce    and   Fruit
Houston Bk.,Josephine St. Nelson, B.C
NOTICE.
The   ordinary   annual   general
meeting of the Primrose Gold Min
. ing Company. Ltd. Liab.', will In-
held at the office of the Company,
Trout Lake, B.C., on Friday, February 2nd, 190C), .it 3.30 p tn., for
the purpose of electing directors
for   the   ensuing   year   and  mich
■ other business as may he  properly
, brought before the meeting.
i J. M. MILLER, Sec.-Treas.
Dated at Trout Lake, B.C. 2nd
day of January, l'JOG.
The U. C, ASSAY and CHBHICAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vanooovmi, B. C.
Headquarters for Assayers, Mining and
Mill Supplies.    Sole events in B. 6. for
: Jlorgan Crucible Co., Battersoa. Eng-
nd ; F. W. Braun & Co. _ PatentCary
•'    urnaces, Burners, etc.  :   Wm. Ains
ortb A Co.'s Fine Balances, etc,, etc.
I/.... ..
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
M, ad Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Cupitnl Authorized 14,00.1,000
Capital |paid up] -   3 SSrl.i_.fl
Host   .       -       -    8,880,000
'.ranches n the Northwest Territories. I'.-iviu    « of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario and Quobeo,
ll. ft   Ull KIE, President and lien. Man. ROBERT JAFFBAY, Vice-l'res.
B. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager.       W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
U.'.i. U, Mcl'iirlcr. J    A. Ilurviry
A. M. I'lNKHAM.
HARVEY McGARTER & PINKHHAM
SOLICITORS, F.ti'.
REVELSTOKE    B. C
Molloltun tor imperial Hituk ol .'.i.........
W. I. BRIGGB        J. M. SCOTT, ll.b.
Scott & Briggs
Bnrristers and Bollettora
Solicitors for Molmin's Hank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
I ."ui     l.*kc.     n. 0.     Branch—A    General     Hsnklng    Business    Transacted
Pavings Department—Deposits reesived and interest allowed.
Ornftn i-'iitil ,iv,illiil,Ir Iii iill p,, m nf rn,i..In.
ITnltcrl Stairs iinrl Europe.
. [■   n   haki i*
M| ocli\l «tt<>ntton given lo collection* nnd if m. i»/»ivi-*^,
• Minii g Ponds. Hanager
ALEX.  CRAWFORD
THE   PIONKER
livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack and Cartage Horse" Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
+♦»+»♦♦■»
Dailv staKe leaves   Beaton at 18 o'clock for Trout Late Ferguson and Camborne
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake lor Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Stable, at Trout Lake, Beaton, Forgnson and Catuborne.
RESERVE,
RIGHT OF WAY  FOR   RAILWAYS,
ETC.
Notice is hereby fflven that all Crown
lands along the located linen if any railway, power, or tramway company, in-
cori.orated under authority of the
Legislature of this Province, and bavin, a width of tlfty (50) feet on each
side ol sai.l lines, are rewrvnl tor right
of way purposes for such railway, power
or truuiwav companv.
W. **-. GORIC.
Deputy Com. of I.unds and Works.
Ijin.ls A Works Dept.
Victoria B.C., 3rd Oct., 1C05.
:rr*>-_" & « <3*i- £i*SJ><2>&i XfrKHBH* *»**»4>_V *»*_ CWO_«t 0«-.
T City Drugstore!
LZ_r
N.Ol'RIKTARY
MEDICINES
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
■>•"■•     A VV
\. _._k **•*•** -   * -fe-*k fc
I*-* I
B
in!
School Supplleg.
Toilet Articles,
Etc.
STRICTLY CASH
A FULL LINE OF CHOICE Sl'AT.ONERY.
L
, «!•«*• «*-*_ *3HBre3*'0 O O OOP S3> i»«_*i|»*nr*«_*__S O
il
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT L.AKE.  B.C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Headquarters for Mini ani Commercial Men. ■
ACCOMMODATIONS  ARE   FIRST CLASS
D. P. McLENNAN,   PROP
TROUT   LAKE    1.0. GK    l.O.O.F.
NO. 41
Keiculor mectlne*. liel.l In
Oddfellow's   Hall   .'.'ry
Tnesdnv night »t   S
o'clock      .'tailing  br.itb-
eracordially welcome.
i^Nrt
11    JllCl.t.KOII,  N. t).  !
V. M.aiicpherd. Hec.
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No. 3».
A.F.  & AM.
3rd   Thursday each
in. iu tli.
Visitor* Welcome
fi   Forddred.Pi'c.  F.C. Campbell.W.M.
| TEe Lardeau Brewing
 Company	
—WW—
Lager Beer
and Porter.
Draft (§. Bottled.
-1 0 •__ __ ^*j>®__ O-frOO
©K
Barber Sbop
 KOR A	
Good Shave or Hair Cut
— CALL O!*	
Wiliiam Schnell, -
rBBOUBOM, (J
id Cold Baths-
^€*vS-s?-3_c^r_w**ii»«*>o<--
t
Hot ant
Accountant,     ...     -       Auditor.
J. C. MURRAY,
TBOUT LAKE.B. C.
OutPi'ie companys'  interests carelully
looked after.
A.i'iit Ior Uourlav'ii Pianos
Imperial
Barber Shop.
For Good Haircuitiiif* and
Shaving go to
G. A. CHEESEMAN
TllOU. LAKKCITY
Hot. and Cold Beth*.
MH
FLOUK=
=FLOUR
Raymond Flour
$3.50 per 100 lb.
NOTICE.
During the  Winter  Months our Store will
be open  from   8  a.m.  to  7   p.m., except
Saturdays and nights preceding holidays
A. G. FRASER, *____.
FLOUR=
:FLOUR
i
V.M. Westfall & Co.
Mining lirokers,
Mlnlnic Properties Hcporle.l On.
Sines nnd I'mapcM.*. If....gill nn.l Hold, I
Mining Properties Looked Alter for Non-lies..
rt. ills. ______-
feSSSS JnSESt    T'oul L»'£e>1J* C
KecordlngOlIlco
Gold or Silver fl 50
Gold and Silvor %'i 00
Silver and Lead  2 50
Copper    1 00
Zinc V 50
S   SHANNON,  tssayer
Trout Uke,.. <:.
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE  B.C.
Bar well Supplied with Liquors & Cigars
Large Comfortable Rooms.   Kuril, nl Cuisine and Attendance.
Madden & Levesque
Props
P.Burns&Co
WHOLEHALEj  AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dealers in all kinda of Freeh Ment
TROUT LAKE, B.C
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
RAW FURS
J0UGH1
CASH   MUCE5   PAID
mmmtmmmk
mm
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