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VOL. i
TROUT LAKH CITY,   B.C.,   APRIL 14, 1905.
No. 23.
The     JPlaCer     Act'    Su*j6rlnten(-enl  of   Government
I Work Mci'hersnn will put a crew of
Alhended. men  r,'PJ»'rinK the roadway in a
j few days.
PROVINCIAL    LEGISLATURE     John Mackenzie, of Spokane, in
I FIX    SATISFACTORILY    A , reg***-«ring at the Queen's.     He in
nji on business connected with the
Lardeau Valley Minos.
LONG  DRAWN OUT MINIM;
PROBLEM.
at.it' .if the placer claim held the
'im.I staked fur placer purposes
amendment, however, gives
thc inining recorder authority
The local Legislature has amen*
Kill the Placer Act, which will in
Hfiiiuic prevent the recurrence of
Amy Buch trouble as existed over
Mli' placering ol the Lucky Jack
■mineral claim at  Poplar,
It will be remembered that Gold
■r.'oiiiinissinncr Frasef interpreted
Hie Acl bo that it gave him power
Rt>. order the removal of tbe placer
fci.ikc- which covered the showing
I ■ .•..i as a mineral claim. This
Interpretation was, however, not
ftii-tniiicil  by  the courts, and thi
I
'J
I
■ niii 0 any such location. An
njj.al to theiGold Commissioner
i allowed, whose decision in the
natter will he final. The follow*
ii       ih. amendment:
This Acl  mav  In* cited an the
" Placer  Mining  Act Amendment
Art.   I'.•".''."
\ Section 11 of the " Placer Mining Acl "being chapter 186of the
R'     ed Statutes, 1897, ai1 amended
b\ ction ti of eliiipter 88 of the
I tea ol 19011 ia hereby amen-
del I.y adding thereto the follow*
Kg 11"\ i-n
Provided that whenever n free
■liner shall have located a claim
ndi 1 this Act, wholly or in part
pon land In Id hy nny other (mt-
.11 01 j.. i "ii- as a mineral claim
;ili 1 th Mineral At t, the Mining
ecorder may decline t.. record the
in. . «.r may require written notiiv
be given to the recorded holder
r holders of such mineral claim.
ailing upon him or them, at a
im.' and place to be named in laid
otier,    to show   cause   why   Mich
lacer claim should  not be n cord*
I aud upon bearing the parties
r Buch of thi ni as appear at such
ime or place, or al any adjourn*
II nt of such hearing, mav either
ecord Buch placer claim or refuse
to d" ; and upon such refusal
lie location of BUch placer claim
th ail be void ; subject, however, to
kin appeal to the Gold Commissioner of the district to be taken within one w.ek after such decision hy
iinti..' iii the respondent return
'i
Fred C. Elliott went down to
Nelson on Wednesdays, boat to
attend a meeting of a syndicate
who have successfully floated a big
coal deal in England. The pro
perty is situated in the North*
west, and has immense bodies of
One coking coal.    Our Fred linn a
Bonanza Leased Labor   Troubles
and Bonded.
A SPLENDID PROPERTY ON
WHICH GOOD DEVELOPMENT HAS   BEEN DONE 18
.  LEASEDTOOSCAR NELSON.
P A. Lindgren has given a working bond on the Itanunza group to
Osoor Nelson. Work will be started a- soon as supplies can be pul
in the camp Oscar will have four
men to start operations, whiih
(will  he increased   later on.    The
at Salmo.
JAPANESE AND CHINESE
LABORERS INSTALLED IN
THE KOOTENAY SHINGLE
MILL IN PLACEOF WHITES.
large interest in tbe concern, and
when he realizes, we can bid good-t]
bye t" tbe hospital and rink debts,
nnd no doubt we shall then be sup-  '
j creek, aim it three miles S.E, of the
ie vein is in graph*
plied    with
apparatus.
an    up-to-date   lire
ite,  and can  be traced over
claiu.B.
The main  tnnnel  is on the Bot-
Mm Margaret   Wisdom, of Spo- torn Dollar claim of thegroup, and
kane, Wash , is visiting her Bister, hag „  pny8trettk from 6 inches to
Mrs. J A. Griffith. |4 fee* carrying iron, grey copper
Mrs. 0. B. N.  Wilkie and  chil- and  galena, assay  values  giving
dri n arrived home  from   the coast  #44.00  in  gold,  93 oz. silver, and
' (V) per cent lead.
A true fissure vein is exposed on
the Bonanza from 2] to (i ft, wide,
I giving values $38.60 in gold and
, $f> 5-0 in silver. Cabins are.built
|and   ev.i
for work.
Monthly Eva Clean-Up.
on Wednesday night
Di.   and   Mrs.  Robinson   ha
taken   up   their   residence   at   the;
hospital.   For the convenience of
the puhlic a telephone  line will be
.,.. .i.i; *__•__. . .and   everything is   in   good shape
established, the town instrument ....__,'
being in tbe outer pari of the Post*
Offioe. The thanks of the town are
due and are herewith extended to
Mr. W. Cowan, of Revelstoke, for
the two instruments.
al.le at such time and place as BUcl
(odd Commissioner shall, in wril
ii .•    appoint,   a   Copy   of such ap-
w|«.iiiiiui'iii t>. he served on the ret*
I" n.l. nt at  least one week before
,^lie   day   fixed   for   (lie  hearing of
Mil'li   appeal:   Provided   also, thai
^jjlli. ileeisimi of such (iohl I'..minis
fi"in r shall he final."
As Others See Us.
Fr. <l Starkey, the wholesale com*
fenission man   from   Nelson, jiaitl a
. 1ii|. to the I ardeail last week, and
Ms evidently full of the big poosi*
hilities of this country. In an in
i.i view with the Nelson Tribune
lie speaks very highly of the position   of  our  different   mines.    In
. foniieetiiui   with   Ihe   big   tunnel
1 i.11 ..>it.'ii he is quoted iis.'fallows :
I' The   tunnel  is   to   lie driven   at
^iltplh for   a   mile ot slight!] over.
W.   II.   IVarec  lhe eminent Can*
) iidinii   engineer,    declares   that  if
■ 1lis tunnel were successful,  and if
the transportation is hetlered, 1000
, liiin. is   would   not lie too many to
■tUlliee fur the needsof the district."
Don't forget the OdtlfellowB 88th
a anniversary  on   the '_ ird, and the
t bi i vice ill the ovoiiing.
.lames    A.    Grillith     is   arnlind
iuain after nearly a week's illness
The usual montblv clean-up of
the Eva statnpniill took placoon
the first of the month. The
amount of gold obtained, says the
Camborne Miner, has nol been
given out, but understand thai the
months run has proved entirely
satisfactory. The manager has li fi
for Nelson with the gold brick.
HILL OF THE CANADIAN VYork on the large depositofore
TIMBER    AND   SAWMILLS recently discovered is being pushed
LIMITED: ■ ahead.
No Settlement in
Sight.
B0   SAYS MANAGER   LESLIE
The arrival in town last night Surprisingly Rich Ore at
of Ix*Rlie Hill, peneral   manager of) Lucky  Boy.
the Canadian limber and Snwinills' 	
Limited, was taken by many to Manager Ehrehart, of tho Lucky
signify that an ending to the mill Boy, brought down some ore from
trouble here had Come, and as Mr. the property to day. which are pro-
Hill   was  accompanied by  several   bably the richest   specimens taken
gentlemen  who in  company with from the  I. It.   The whole is per*
him   paid   a   visit to the   silent meated with native silver and grey
edifice, speculation was rife as to copper which will assay up to the
the object of their visit. thousands of ounces per ton.   This
As  the   mills  affairs are siill in ore is found at a depth of over HM1
litigation  it   was hoped  thai  an fact, and will go far to increase the
amicable   settlement   had     been average .'alue of snipments, which
brought about, and with the obje$i up to date  have been 1160.00 per
clearing the air a Review repr- sen- ton.
tniive interviewed Mr. Hill this
morning.   *
"No,'' said he, in answer to thc
Bcrihe, " no settlement has been
conic too . and there are no signs
of the matter being mutually settled.
Aske.l if there was anything ■
being done In the matter he replied that everything was at a
standstill brought about by the
action of the town site people in
selling lots twice and leaving ihom
Would Benefit District.
Billy Cowan has always been a
pun! friend to Troul Lake, and it
goes against our grain somewhat
to agitate for anything which
militate against hi- Interests. It
is, houi've". the greatest good to
the greatest number, and individual interest must give way to
the interests ol the public. What
we are thinking of is the extension
Matt' ■ - a sumed a serious asp cl
on Tuesday last at Salmo, B.C.,
when manager Archibald of the
Kootenay Shingle Company, with
the assistance of the provincial
police, installed his crew of Japs
and Chinks. Tin- relations between
manager and men have been
strained for some siine. and was
brbughl to a head by the introduction of Japanese laborers. The
white men refused to work alongside the almond-eyed Orientals,
and it was then manager Archibald contracted for a full crew of
Jap? and Chinks.
The men displayed very good
judgment in not proceeding to
overt act*-, which would leave them
open to prosecution, bul confined
themselves to legitimate methods
which it is thought will have the
effi et ,,f removing tbe cause of the
disturbance.
An effort is now being made to
interest the Japanese consul at
Vancouver in the ease with a view
to inducing a withdrawal of the
Japanese.    A t detrain was sent to
him outlining the situation, and a
reply was revived at Salmo Tuesday asking the name of the Japanese b IBB. Ai it is said to be lie
policy of the r, presentatlves of
Japan in this country to remove
their countrymen under gimilar
circumstances where the opposition
is so strong, the movers in the
mattenrare hopeful ,.f a favorable
outcome. .
Silver Plate Lead Struck.
Ale Biggar and Frank Landrian
came down from the silver Plate
last week. During tbe winter work
has been punhed on the crosscut
tunnel to tap the lead exposed on
the surface at depth. This has
been done, exposing a good strong
lead nf quartz highly mineralised
about Bin feet wide. The m.-ii return to-day to resume w rk. The
lead will he drifted ..ii to gel under
the surface showings, which are
excellent.
Masterson, Griffith & Co, have
provided   against   the elements by
putting a covering on thi ir delivery
ivagon, which insure- the delivi ry
of goods in dry condition. It also
keeps dry (outside) (heir popular
solicitor ami deliverer.
0. W. Abrahamson has a gang
o( men employed on clearing up
lots   on   hi-  .-111111111111 to the  tuwn-
-ite.     ii.   \v.  intends to have a
mode] lownsite.
The   blackboards fur   the   new
sel 1 are now   on the way. and il
will only be a matter of a few days
until the building is opened.
K. Baillie, Joe Verechoyle, W. H
Wright and Oscar Nelson have
taken a lease iii),; bond on the
Willow Qrouse. The property is
on thc Lucky Boy Hill, and has
some good surface Bhowings. The
grade of ore exposed is similar to
the Horse Sice and Lucky Boy.
Alee McLean ia -till pushing
work ou the Horse Shoe 1. ase. He
has a g ' 11 quantity of high-grade
ore Backed, and intends to make a
shipment ah ut 1st of May
The poor state of  the l.'iekv Boy
trail interferes Bomewhat tvith the
l" tti g down of tho ore from the
Lucky Boy. It is however, being
Backed at the mine at t u rate of a
ear a month.
The I.X.L. to Be
Worked.
COMPANY is SUCCESSFULLY
FLOATED AND ACTIVE
MINING OPERATIONS WILL
AT ONCE ENSUE.
In   January  we reported a deal
between Dr. MiUoy and Col. Bray-
ton on the  I.N l. property.   Mr.
.John Mackenzie, of Spokane, who
was associated with the Colonel in
the deal, reports  that  a  company
has been organised to take over
the     property.       The   company
formed   consists   of Spokane and
Minnesota capitalists, and is named
the I.N.I.. Mining Co.    Their first
meeting was held on March 80th
at New I'lm,   Minn.,  and   the following gentlemen  elect..I  t,, control   its  destinies   for   the ensuing
year: President: CoL Brayton, of
Spokane; 1st Vice-President : Dr.
If. M. Johnson, of Dawson, Minn.;
2nd Vice: Dr. N. H. Sohjeldertip,
of   Granite   Falls.   Minn. ;    S
Dl C-
Treas. : John Mackenzie, of Spokane: Asst. Sec.,  A. W. Ewing, of
New rim, Minn.: Ant Trees.:
Dr. F. A. Fritsche. of New IJhn,
Minn.
The Board of Directors arc as
folows: Col Brayton. John Mackenzie, CoL Greer, Minneapolis,
Minn. M. J. Kales, Bpokane, Jos.
rt "O T»    rn • A. Eriokson, President 8tate Bank,
Lf.Sr.JX. JiiXtenSlOn NewJUlm, Minn., and ll. M. Han-
son, 1st National   Bank of Han ley
Falls. Minn.
The property is situated on
Siiv. r Cup mountain, and has had
Considerable w..rk  done  on it.    A
M inn ' r F.eli «, nf the Big Tunnel Comp m;.. is due here in a fen
days.
. f the  C.P.R. te'egraph  line from
iu litigation, and   also  being   held   ,. ,   , ,, •   . ,        ,,, .   .,- ,.
Gerrard  from  tins place and  rer-
up over the water—front rights.
The  different   suits   cntcrei
hv
guson.
During the pasi   winter, am
K. L. Kinnian against the coini.anv  ,    .   ,        n   »i
■ '     •   fact, for all  the time previous
will U' heard before a full court at
Vancouver early in May.
. in
we
have  suffered    largely   from   the
breaking of telephone lines, etc.
between here and Arrowhead.
Numerous cases are on record
where letters confirming messages
haw arrived before the telegraphic
message, and tho same with messages outward hound. In addition
J. Hiakman has been on a trip the extra cost of 10 cents for tele-
to the Ockanagan.   He returned phone service amounts to quite an
item.    For example, n telegram to
Uevelstoke   or   Ne'son would he, if
Dunk Kennedy, who has been
with Alee Crawford at Beaton for
the past two months, has accepted
a position iu tin mill at Three
Valley.
A Temporary Lull.
Work has been temporarily BUS*
pended on the Mohican owing to a
shortage ol supplies. P Culkeen
received instructions from Mr C
M. Oliver, of Rossland, the general
manager t" gel ready to taki a
pack train at thc oar lies I possibli
moment,   The trail i * non 'pen to
10-Mile, ami it will 1 pen to t hi
property during next month.
It is the intention to push the
long tunnel in as rapidly as possible, and to that end a double shift
will bo put on as soon as operations
are resumed. Mr. Culkeen. who
has the reputation of being one
of the most conservative mining
men in tlie country, peak- very
highly of thc prospects, and predicts a great future for the property.
Probable.
DIVISIONAL SITFKINTEN-
HI'.WT THINKS EXTENSION
T11F   ONLY   SOLUTION    TU *<**^   ^*e^   shipment   was   made
TRANSPORT PROBLEM. "J""! a y™LT t'^T "2?
of between 160 and $i>0 n ton, principally pold.    It is handy to trans-
The scribe had an interview with porta tion, and with proper devel-
J. S Lawrence, divisional superin- opmenl ought to be a good paying
tendent of the C.P.R., who has been proposition. Locally, it is well
on hi- usual round of inspection,     thought of. and the company who
Speaking   of   the conditions of have purchased  it are to be con-
mining in the district. Mr. Law- gratulatod.     It ia understood that
rence expressed   himself as being work will he started as soon as the
very sanguine  of  the successful trail is open,
outcome of the operations now un-	
der way. The big tunnel proposition if sneoessful would do much
for the demonstrating of ore h,..lies,
and would open up a big field for
lalmr as well  is capital.
In speaking of transportation
facilities, Mr. Lawrence agreed
with the Review thnt the only solution to lhe lake problem during
the winter was the extension of the
road to Troul Lake City.   This, he
Thursday.
Presiucnt Battey with two nnn
succeeded     in    climbing    Triune
mountain on snowshoes last week.
They found lhe crew  of men ill excellent health,   and Mr.   Battey in-
we had a direct line. 25 cents As
weare situated now the cost is increased to 85 cents. We would recommend the Trades Committee to
forms  us the development take this matter up
It   has   already   been brought to
the notice of the officials, and from
work of the winter   is highly sutis
factory.   Some very nice concen-
W. N. Dunphy, of the Spokane
Fall- I'lacer Co., has received instructions   to  go   ahead and luii'd
another  180 feel of flume.   The
clean-ups   are   k.■.• 11i11 -^   good,   and
the company are well satisfied with
the results ot operations to date.
Ed. Baillie, Joe Versohoyle and
W. D. Wright are  up from Poplar
Cl'eek.
Mill  Runs Steadily.
The Five-Mile plant is operating
-teadily ami successfully. Shipments   are   being made steadily at
the rate of six cars lead concentrates and from 20,000 to .'50.000
Oil of bullion per month. All the
values are obtained from the low
grade ores from the dumps at the
Nettie L. and Silver Cup which
•.bond,t. would ultimately be done, jhlu accumulated during the pre-
but not this year, [t was a mat* vious workings of the property,
ter, h"« over, out of hi- jurisdiction, lie intimated that ho bad '•■ 0. Richardson,of Vancouvoi',
k.pt the line open from Lardo to representing the Kelly-Douglas
Gerrard during the past winti r at ,irm' **■ in •*•-■ »**« n" '" BU'
., heavy loss merely to keep il in Ing the position temporarily vaca-
running order so as to be ready for ,nl bJ t**a" old war-horse, Harry
operations   as  soon   as   the boat SlDa*1'    Harry has been laid up al
could get through the i,v.     Were-'1"'    Nelaon    hospital    for   several
cngnui this, and give Mr Lawrence "ee-" wilh ■ S('V|,,V illni'"'   At
all the credit that is duo, as we ro* ,""' ,im" ■'   •*'" thoughl  he was
 mber two years   ago it was over B<>*ng to pass in his cheeks, but we
a month after the boat had stalled ■*" pleased to know that he is now
that the road   c mid operate owing "ii the road to   recovery, and trust
to it being blocked With BIlOW, an.I '"  we   ''i'"   '>.--ili»   on ,h'' '•"1"1 hu
culverts washed out. l"xv- s" *••>■ wiling groceries to
bis old friends and customers.
M r. Bedell, of Sp iknnt'i came up |
on to-dav's   boat.      lie is   b avily       Disciples   of   Isaak   Walton   are
interested in the phi'er works, and   reporting   good   catches   from tho
intends  putting   in   thc summer lake.   Fish  varus are very much
here. in   evidence,   and    in   several in-
Thc Oddfellows   have  installed B^nce8  AnaniM  nM beeD outriv
the   water   system    ii)   their   hall,
which will In-1.c great convenience
what we have learned, it would nol
trilling ore has  been uncovered in  ,,„ke a   great deal of  persuasion to. Hotel.
No, I tunnel. ,do the trick. 'crow.'
oe the penman and family have
taken   up   residence  at   the    ''at'k
far from   the   madding
ailed.
\ change of weather set ill on
to the patrons.
Wednesday,   and   two  inches  of
Services at  11 o'clock a.n.   at the s""w W1 dnrin8 t,',, nJ«ht
M.F. Church on Sunday.   At 7.80 Mrs. Cal. Garrison left on Mon«
p.in song service.    Kev. Sharp will lay's boat  for Ellensburg, Wash.,
."induct, service  in the evening al to visit her mother-in-law.
Camborne. will Adams camedown from the
The C.P.R,  are  running cheap 5-Mile plant yi ttrday to  visit liis
trips for the Blaster holidays. 'family. I
fl
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THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
I - fi inleil ut Troul l.iil.i- lllly, nnn HublUhiul
ni Kurnaa.m ftu.t Troul I.n!. <■ i ■> ■ ■ .-■ r'rldny,
I .1.' Ivllt'll   il.).--   not   lli.lil    llilll-.'lt ri'-lii.ii!.
.;. ■ nn  li pltiloiia "i correspondents OX'
pr. laed In lis oolumna
vil looala win I., dim • .,i : , ate oflS
c.'il- n. r lino, 111".I Inaertlnn, »let 111 vul -- p.■
!i in' en. li BiiUacqiieiit Inaertlou.
ivrni-nir I'ramleiil and olt-.or advert
i le known on application
.. macriuilou t-.ij.iu yew, Iu tidvuni  .
MURRAY _, ATHERTON Publishers
SPLLNDID FIGHTERS, BUT
He is a brave   man who  at this
stage of tlie game of war BpeakB
that seems to '■ draw '! his  oppon
ents.    On   Monday  night  the obvious Jiart nl'wisdom was for them
to have tnil still  and  affected  an
indifference they tlid  not feel under   the   lire  of  hiK  scathing sarcasm.      Bill   to   save   their   souls
they oou 1(1   not   do  it.     Ay  the
member   for   Vancouver   poured!
out his  etinging witticisms, iudi-j  j
eating with outhtretohed hand Ih,
particular object for the moment,    j
so surely d.d   tho wretched victim    jj
rise like  a  trout  to a liv nnd at
tempt to justify himself.     Messrs.
Maodonald,  Hall   Oliver,   Patror-
bou, Mclnnes, Brown,  Henderson, "
ne after another they jumped u;
..   ..
..   ..
~-.   I
entistry.
DH    MII.I.HY i-l!..\.  In-
r.tii'il in Nelaon ns hup.
' i>*.«.orto Dr. Hto.l.lnrl nt
lht Aberdeen Block
ClteiltH lc,in. tlir l.ni-
'li nil mi; nl;. .ni llrM-
itlaaiJ ' real in, nt.        :   :
A. MiHoy
asterson, Griffith
<_.Co.—=
disparagingly of the " plucky little burning _„.,, wratll ,0 eU down
Jap," and at the same time hasard agR.u helple.B,y ..llli(1 .,,„ *next*u.
uiedeemiu/z feature for theRuss.Luil.hab]<J |aug|,,er 0f tbe House
I he ultimate result of the Btrtlggle|ft0j thy ga„f
in ty or may not affect the Dominion of Canada to aii infinitesimal
degree, and the a veragi man on the
Ft reel can give no belter reason for
morally supporting the .laps I ban
rROUT   LAKE   ! nil. IK
NO, '!
I. 0.0, F.I
Before moving tho adjournmenl
|at the close of Friday's  session,
the Premier arose ami stmed that
.,,,--,,,,,,,,,,__-„„„,_,-„„„„„„-_     .he wished to make an announce-
a desircto follow popular sentiment. .,, ,   , ..
.' ,   iinent  wiih regard  to the railwa*.
Ind eopular sentiment favors tbe .,..' .   ,   ',
.   '  ,   , , ,.  ,    , ,   i-i uauon,     Ine  l.ovornment had
Oriental   because he is a little lei-, ,,,,,, .,
,    , ...     .decided   that   no  railway   policy
low—and ip gelling the be<t ol it.  . , ii      •   ,     ,       ,     .   _, ■
wo nldbe iuiroduced  nt this see-
We have as a nation through M0"-   Tllis -**<■•".©•■. - id   Mr.
the press and otherwise been ex- -*•»««■*. >>«• been ar.ived at very
.  , ,.        ,    reluctantly,  and  it  \v,i only <h-
tending   our    congratulations   to • ' J
japan    in   her  war
We   will
them as
i
...    : ii.
Odil'i-lln ie,
Im-'
 i.
utua.
J. H.Scott, S.O. Kr.'.l Miu..i.iae______|
Tl SO IN    LODGE
No39,
... ,,     .    .eided upon when it became
 with Ku-ia. '
fMmm        ,      ,. ..    .eullbatiio  i it >. ■ .-j   ol the   m v-■: n-
continue   shouting   lor- ,        ,     , .     ,
,, , ,,    i ment—-Ihciiirh   tho.-e :ir.d
i>njf us   they Slav In the I ,       . ,
■■--""■■■      """"■■■■"■■■■■■■ been   made  with   unceasing   dill
Orient. When it coined lo frater*
ni ing with them it is a different
prop isition, < 'ri. utal and Mongolian ways are not our.-, nnd
where either of the gmt- wiil
thrive on a handful of rice aud a
kicking,   the  white   man   will re*
. |     	
Ar^y\    3rd   Thursday each
•'   N/   x month.
\ isitors Welcome
I.. Forddre I, Sec . li. McPhi rson.W.M.
Tbe Nelson
Brewing Co.
OsV^
.>»
Brewers ot
quire more substantial fare. ForjSuch guarantres and assurances,
years they have come into unfair I aa bo had already repeatedly im*
competition   with   white  labor on \ |>resned u*  the   House, were re
it      and  vieor—could avail toi
secure railway construction of any
kind,   and    the   Coast-Kooteuay fTing      L_  _Cr     BcCP
load in particular, upon  terms or
with any guarantee that would at
all adequately i roti  I the int.
f the  people province.
lie coast with  the   inevitable re
suit ol
WHgPB.
been  I"
garderl by his  • iovernment as ab-
j solutoi) ersential before they could
owermg  the   standard of |pgaa legislation on the question.
In the Iuterior we have*	
.'ate   - .iiy free iromi » ——-——-—»« -. .,■—■».—*—
Il"   you want to SeIX
f     ycu want to BUY
the scourge, hut the point of the]
wedgt has, however, been ititm-
iluced at Salmo, aud a gang <'f.
Orientals have been put in the
plies .it white artisans at the mill
oi the Kootenay Shingle Co. Hie
men are taking it hard, but had to
giv.i in to constituted authority.]
This matter tffecta the whole of
t'-.c interior, and we nil Bhould bo
united in using every legitimate
endi . lep  I  t
peril " Olit Al An v. 1. ad i tl the
west aud Gerrard on thi eouth tlie
-ig.i is out to all • 'liinka and .laps,
" Kl.K!' oi i in   nn. L.AHDKA1 ."   -n
iousiy obeyed,
i the people i,r *iit* Lardeau in
lend tn sec that it la to tbe letter
\ Lardeau IV
i     Exchanj
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
VV.   ii:..
ll be had.
t." .-..■■•■. Vi.,-s Exchange,
"   '
Trout Lake, .
and Porter
R. Reisterer Cg>< Co.    -   Props.
Smith & Co.
IS Bleurj Street, MONTREAL.
HIGH-" I VSri TAILORS.
.    • ■   ■
ii. .
tin-   .
:
pn .   !.'.'•  .. ill I- :i: TKi it T
I  il-. 1 an.l I I.K'.t mis in a few weeks.
We have a  great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save vour Orders.
WE
Kept a Stove in
Our Store oil the
Winter, and our
Canned Fruit is not
Frozen.
Masterson,   Griffith
and  Co.
__*
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
w^*s!»svB)s>'itf*5t*A'|^eftS5)s!»"9&:%;"s
WOOD    VALLANCE     HARDWARE CO   LTD
•   ■ ■■
NEL&ON.  B   C.
I.' ader of the Opj ositi i. Mac*
doiiiilil speaking ou  the  lumber
question iu the Provincial   House
'.■ '.-..'K assured the lumbermi i
of   iiiitish   Columbia   that   tbe
."'iiid look for no  redress   iii tin-
uu.tiir of eiiHtonih duty or other
triae, until they bad come d >wn in
Ih. ir 1'iie.s.     The  duty has been j
tukuu uff bee tun   t!i ". were :ill in |
a combine, aud  it   would «:ay oft',
I   ,i'...iioiii tin   !endt-r of the Lib- j
. ral opposition, was his -inml sml
iii.- - tin l.ibi ral ps
wi]t
to    I.i
I..mil. r interest*; >>f Bi ll ill I   lum*j
In.i   hi.   iIih   r.y y i ■„-ir doli   .    I n
gi tli ' i ■! i) "in Sir Willi id
.1 lei - and i ink fo r-thoiu • d
journey lo reci ■ ■ ■ Have
i. li it tbe I lovernmenl " said ^u
Wilfrid, but |>erhapfl' he i- not In
touch with Mi. .1. A. Mucdonald.
I .■ also proceeded to revile Ihe
Minister of finauce for taking i
to Ireland, It would sppi i
tl a Mr. Maodonald iaconveulenl
ly ignorant "t the travels of tin
leaders of hi-, <>t»r: part} riiere
was Mr, Fielding, for example
who put in Inn spare time in
Europe helping lo float ti..  < Irnnd
1 ' .H'k  I'llcllie,    -L't i',^'  S'ttph ..
g lting   presented   lo   lhe   Poj.
An.; Sir Wilfrid  l_urli r bimai
who inine  \\'e-i   In leed, hut   to
(lulifuritln, and nol to Briiinl Cui*
ll.iihi.i
Lardeau
Hotel
it
Sandy Luughtort
Proprietor.
In
W\
M
HEN   visiting   '   rgnson you
should stay at Ihe Lardeau
,?     Hotel,     Mere   lhe   visitor
' i   be   surrounded   with
, ■■   omfortc "lh-iit
 ,«    cui.-.  -       ...   -..;..
and    warm   rooms,   well
-to. i.'ii bai.  r d  everything «
teeda I wards making your visit a
plenriHnt md memorable ..ne.
Rati -    oi    -1 day upwm
W<   strh e to pie ise oi    ;• ttrons.
FERGUSON.
A LADDER OF SWORDS
Bj ■ $1.50
nil" i'-~i hopi
i:> H   -  M rrimi 1.50
THE  MV-i [I   SPRING.
I 1.50
I ••- i I K S'BRIDCE'M \ N >  M.
1.50
Build       I "• I'"'" .
-   M     i Pocket B
\\ '■  |' V 1'lTu
1.50
' Put hy tin* laternationn.   i.
ir |.ri«-
II - '
1
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NOW
ia   tin*   time   f ■■   y  ■
to Buj Lote,    Never were
f •■ Prospecti nf Fergus d
io bright,
The   T .wn   "f   ! I l.-'.l SOU
Will    be   'Ml'     of     til-'      ltre.it' -
g I amps in th>
World.   The h.^    di«'' 8 <»f
achieved    bi     thi
nun.i-i oi-   WE VI. Ill "i
'..• \' T!<  \l.  HKITI-II and
•Ml;.-   \ \    \f I N 1 \ <.
1 I 'Ml' \"   .'I -   DOW   oi'vr:.
there   is  a   iribi te   '..   the
i ! •'   d      wealth of   ..■ hill?
i
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l
;
i
s
c
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Mi    Bowrer, speaking   on   the
Budget   on   M'l.'li     night's  set
sioii. iniole the   hit Ol    till   week   -<■
t'Hr.      J Iii ■ omething about
Mi    li -   I .""   oi   ■    ■''   in
B
MACKINNON and
.AND
Q
IJ
With
the arrival
oi Spring a Young
Man's Fancy lightly turns
to Love and Summer .Raiment.
We have received a Huge
Stock of Up-to-Date
SUMMER
Suits.
Ol
Prices from $10.00 up.
FERGUSON - - B. C.
0-
M__SOIN.   Et   C
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
■  . ,       Brand
Nt£L_OIM.       - et   c
1ADDEIN HOUSE
i. •
,   i<
Thomas.M*dden   Prop
Ci
FERGUSON
i
9
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Public Sch ol, Hospital,
■ii.er institutiona.    Exoellent
'. iterwoi Its system    Siroeta
in     K illu-
ii.in. d bj  I".. otrl i ■.     Daily
11. Ill    '.tvie. .       I h.     tori BI  '
lull Bbly l.ii I out,   '" '
' i„     n   i he  ground   Roor.
an n        ■   .
I W<»,1
Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION   Of  RESERVE
^0
1'ivhy it.vvH thitt IIk- n
■
1:1.•(.  ■*,. r.   |*HI
■
I
• ■• u cm-
.-  IM 'i
.inI .,•!,' t 'i ■   , I,.
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ifl | .■   nl  th.   flrpl
. .in ,
i    itiHl iti nil mm
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i iiiitfon*,
III) I '     'III     Ml|
'  ill r    in.     |irm i-
I I ■■ •' • ■
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-hull   to  mi mi ' i (•• iiii  moilntlnn   li
 Mil*- . I
nn 'in < i.hiiiii-'n nnd WmU rn Itttllwn    I
< imtil.
W, N.liOltH
I" |Hit) Collin I  -I'.ni r nl  (jirnl- A     ■
i irimi nl,
rtorta, !..<•.,.• m tviiriuiry, luui.      i\ ji
$?5» :
TOWNSITE AGENT
HENRY FLOYD
REVELSTOKE, li. C.
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p
r
V
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-  Che Dotel Beaton   ...
BEATON, b c.
Y"  '        ' 0    th.   I...,'I.:mi
"'   ' I i" be fnllv equilip .1
.,,'".r,, '   'e'i',,1 ., iom_o.Utloii.
■».       I    ' „es,S,,..,t*
tothernioiremrtntiot
Iiutrom. Miltor-i I        i tnlortrttlitahoUl
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
■
i.i> •.' FERGUSON HOTEL
The noted home lor traveller.*. rUith
I I    .' ISOIl, B.I '.
.\ n I Bai ol tht choicest Liqours, Wines, etc.
MoDonnell &   Black
Pro
priotors.
YORK LIFE ASSI R INl i '
I OMPANY,
[>        i .ii vr   AND   I'i ■■' El ClON
i li'i-. TAYLOR, Aj
ELBTOKI       AMi        'I HOI   ■   I   IK]
 ■lOTIld'..
iHlllCJil' Kill,I I    II...:   i
,/,., n
but l.nl <    VI io    Weul
i*iia:
I'I   II'.-K,
ti'  ;    'mi.'- i ..ii, i ."ni Lnlce.
  .
mill* s'.        "> '-''■'■   ini**nd    	
six.) ••lwwltliWe**^Vl\ldi*advertlHeinwi
the ' ii '   rtifl    •■ j-oui interest in the said ral. laimi
Iuin ie  •> ,1! !h .   pruperl •    I   I
intt' ■   ■•• scribed un ler i        n 4 ol the Mineral
Ai  •' 'i'   Act Amendment Act ol   llton.   Di       *.
nnd.'   Kection 3. must bo commenced  Trout Lake this 24th da) of Man
6. DA SKY
NOTICE  TO Ci'-'iW M
le T   It.  I1.- ".*.,       to an;   person '.r
pi r»on ■     trim*-
uterests,
Sol   .     !   the    ;     ' . ' '
Otvi oi with V' H in the Coon and Davey
minern I elai n i about lour m lei
above    I ■ i ■ •       South     Foi I
reel i'r..ut    Lake   •
division ol Wi  t  Kooti n
Bi    ah I ..
liie required ■ ■ on tlie abov. -men-
Iloned mineral claimi for tt.o v«
and 190-1 ii. ■'!■!• r to ' ' ■ ■ im* ii ii—
il.-r section 24 ul the mini ral acl, and ir
within OOdaya ol thin n it ■ ■■ yon fail or
'■■lii>.' to eonl ribii yo r jn.rtion ol
such i i !•• '• ilitun im work done, ti   *
All kinds of New Rec rds.
Sole Agent for tht Lardeau:
J. C. Murray
li pays lo ui    th-  Telephone
lengthy trip i an    ten bi   ave '    l er.   -
■a  Ferguson   •  n ■   Stoi       I
Lake PostOftJce    dnout Beaton, Comaplix und Arrowliua I.
! POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,!
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
belc ■       of such cerl     al     '
imp
Mar
.Mar
NU'i
Toi
v
tr
(    owner
vementa.    I of   £4 -,'05
1, A. U., :
... B. V WW KII .       m _.. «___*___
Thi B. C. ASSAY and CHSfllCAL  The   BEST AK
0.
Balmoral Hotel.
=     *p
Visitors  o   Ferguson  may  rely upon the very beet of
niinodatiori at thi.  well-known hotel    Itoomi are
well  furnished lliioughoiit.    The  Bar Is stocked with
i choice assortment ol palatable quenchers,
Under the Management of S. Slinger
_
Royal    Hotel
I UK) liar,
Musical Entertainment
Bulletin  BuarJ. World'j
Mining Nt w •>
L. MORAND, - PROP.
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
TKIMO   XKW   KHl>    HUST-r:i.A->H   IK   Al
HI >.
Fire  Proof Safe
■ :
iii.* r.'.«*t wino*- anil OfMi 1   themarks!.
  Trout   Lake,
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
. .     '  r to
they I have
■
• tuated
tin* 1 I'opli   ere 'k
I :il out two and ■
■ •■ rroi •.
iiuu of Wi'gl K...'t
■l
• 1
tl
■	
ei.   .
Voi
O,.! u in tho
"II
dee.
1118'
the
viei' v:
in <'•
yea.- ■
and '■.;•■'.
Ho ■ ntribute
yw
•Uki Red that if at
trte   •      ■
^■r.-'f in ril'iitv
^Bur ' cpetiditun no
j^fcr .'
rMtf \ iou 4 of
.TP«   "■
I ll.'O-J.
■.\UTlirr • lu|lN£T<»N. Co-owner
'   Sl>t.'K."»T .•■■■■
ih n Pa
y ha
[ilu- Hoi - and Chart
•
rake Notice that 1
owner witl 11
11
itUHl
.
1 :u  ihej
r. ,. •   West
I ■•'.■...
» ■-  Ilei U .
Jlir.    ol
c. v-oari '- '   1901, ItKB, 11.1
. i; lid I tie • ■
r ■ •     • 3 tare (m
1 men and • * •
etiditui ■ >. red, i l."i' ■
I     . ■■ that il  within BO
nblicatioi
I   •   .
■ . ti r silver
■
•   ■
'■       >
ral    act   amendni, nt  acl
'
1 II.Mi   I   IWDBtAN.
Mar Co-Owner,
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
' ■ ■•■ •.:'..  b. I  .
Head '      .    . ■.'-, '■', iniug and
"I.   -   , I. C. for
. 0    Batu rs. a, 1 u   :
land : 1. IV, : I . I
Kurnarea, Burners, etc. :   Wm. Aino-j
•. <.'..'- I ine Balancei, etc,,
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review." ::::::
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
500 Cords
Slabwood
FOR SALE....
Apply:
^^^^^^^^^    ays !
IN FINK SHOES :
MINING SHOES !
Shoe pa< _j- i
RUBBERS
OVERSHOJ -
■ ■I RMAN  SOI KS
x *■•
■nil (.11 ua,
First-Class in ever    ri Bpect.
Th.   '; • ■   public carefully
:   • ' ■        .'.
Mil t Nelson • ?m.
..    '1..-- t*i* iinit) Kaaagemtat.
!. Mi.i.i   *..',   H-ll   ,■' If yo' ...        . .. _
■    .    . ■   -. 1 .....   t
'»'i.i
droti » Ilu..
I
ft ROM SHOE 8I0RG
Nelson. B. C.
ANDREW
A    CO
Mail ordefp carefully and   *>roui
attended U>.    A<*;iit f"t -'ater »n
tl.'ton Shoes.
I-
TIME    TABLE
5.S. AKCHlif or 8.S. LAKDi-.AC
. 1
itunu.nt; lielween  A .   lieu-
'..   end Comaplix, ootntnonclne Oeto
ber   Utt\   1903,   will   fai:   iu   f
• ait ber i»-rti,iitlni:.
Leaving Arrowhead a and
luiapli.*., twice daily    l".; an.l f.k.
LsMving   H..*aU.n'niiJ   < oeiae
Arrowhead, twice ilai!;.     7:15k  unit
12 . Making   oloet     conni
1 . P, it. Bteami   - .. •   'riiiti!-.'
•wi.r-*. reeervt   the
I'har.ge  tinn-   ol   tailing*     a
uotiee.
the t:iwplrc I umber Co.. limited.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest*
Circulation.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lcke Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables ut Trout* Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   £3
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
jmmmmM
4\
i i 1:111 ICATI "i IMI'ltOVKMRKTB.
NiM i. i
Revcneo iniiicral claim
■    ■
I        -, :..'.    ii I    ■'
17      I;.".' 1   lk<          \| :
Mr-. J. It   '    l ■'   ''■" ■ ' ■   '■
St, *• i"1' , Wat
nelson   directory.
V.    .   a i l||   I
I union n( "if 'lorn
TmU.'   ' . ...    ~    M ■ .
tml I .'.
■   criiflcnli*N    ll
ii ii .■■ h
•1     --jsa-f"-*--aj-a»aj-aj«aB-____________Bi
■i■;•        i nil*/,    We :>rv. in  fact  universal
'•uriKiso oT obtaining a Crown >■ ant ol watcli providorii.    We boast ofthe
| Iii oat   coniprohrnfi-ve   atock   nml
WATCHES.
Wo are watch people Ural of all.
We make walohea our greal »pw I*
I'TfffaaBBBBBBBBBBBTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTal
\ii.l furtl
.,   IllUSt    i I"'•'""
r*> tl in i    ;      •    '
..j Improv. inonl  .
Hat   I oiii day ol
■
.,!■.. -   lid  'It'll:.
< 'i.i: in i I
■
Mining
tnel.
(lie N
■ll ial
1
ni, i ".)
promptest service.    <'in   palron
ii^'e priivos our pre-etninei  In
tlie   retail   wait Ii    I mill*.      i luoe «
pntron, always a patron.
P.nyiiig vrntolies in ilif qnantit*/
-   I that we do, wo an   enabled lo se-
IMPROVEMKNT8 euro discount! Impossible lo Ihe
smaller dealer, and we luru thf*n
over tn   you   nt  • oori"i*i*pondln8
rodnction In price,    Write ns fur
prices.
TROUT LAKE CITY
m
.Mil II   K.
•ph, Mauil nnd Anna Miufi
in  the 'I roul !<al «
\\ est Kootenay Dis-
oruU'.l     Sltuali	
j  I nrtlfsu en fk in
tl,,.  Province ol  Ut     I    '    unibis,
it...ui '■!.' luile above Circle(
Take Notice  thai   I, Charles »    »«
i rosNon, ol thc Citj ol  I      A.ml".
fitlKornia, I'i w Miner's CartlllcaK  "■
11(1770.1, liitcml sixty days Irom tin
hereol toapplj  to the Slinlnil llccortior
i Cortilli ite ol   Improve! ■■
tin* purnneoor '       '   ''    '
•   .ill .','• i'i:
\,„1  I action
i,    section 37  musl  lx loninvom   I
. iiancaol «" '' ' ' ''"l"':"''
•
.1.1.1      ft, M. >!'"••
Ewert Bros.
MeUOH, kosslanil, Trail.
jewelers and Bngnivera
Starhc. 8 Co.
Wliol KS\1 K I'l.AI KR8 i" Bnlti r.
i .       ,'|„... ,,   i rial    and   l n
II.,,:'  nl    ■   I M   '"'•'    '
id
all I. K I",   have   been   forto
by  ilei ei   is  invest*
mom   in   i, ,;•'. and
iim.' fortunes will be iii.ni. than
ever tha i.e\i twoor iln.-.- years.
i mil' wild reaps tli" l,iir\. -t ih
Hi. oi il'iii.iI .u\c lor, r i' he lias
bis money on . ly
S « lei ■- point ..ut i. ^■ ii that
•in i    • '       >p t on .hi ' '..ii*
tin ul   tn In \   !;■ .I    .  .. •   than
TROl'l  I •.. •
Trout Lake Is pn lests| n
in  i) •   KiMiti is a pleasure
it-.ni it luh ii" e.jiial. Boating
in,.I Balling may be Indulged in
the year round ; while In..' game
in .,'hiii.i ii.. .■ is to the found on
tiio hills it - i-;im ite i- superb
tiiei-e bi*ing rto greal citreines, it
ie mi' nulil in »inii-i and cool in
k<i ni111*. r. I' citu bonsl ol some »f
' hi Hne«t In itels aud residences In
Itriiisli Columbia, It-i itreela are
w.-ll Uiil mil nml graded. There
stje two . n'.'ll.iii general aton'S,
ind a glance at the advertisements
In t>ii!-■ journal w ill shoft thai all
trades arc fairly well represented,
Write   willi Conl di IICi   to A l '-uth.
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
^
^
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.   ::   ::
Then call on
or   write   to
»• •
-S91
f-tr
h
.vM
_r
.
I
I I a- never had a " boom "—Itn
gT iwtli Iikh li.i'ii iteady. It in
the Ii'inl of navigation, nml
the terminal ol tbe Lardo hiniich
ot the c )' K.    All roads (In the
j   i.ie iu i   lead t.i Trout Lake.    It
in the commercial centre • i the
mill, ral    ilintriet   ..n    the
 tiiieiit.  ..ml Ihih liaiikini,' facili-
tit'H provided by tlie Imperial
f Caned Aral class school
accommodation uoder lhe direc*
liuu nl s. Bhannou, B.A.; *
watei syatem ; governmi nl ofl
Count) Court sittings; Methodist
I i'-i ipal and Anglican churches
nml cottage hospital
There are valuable ranch land*
on 11 to ntiUkirts awaitine settlers,
ItB liiinlier resources are magnificent, and a band saw mill with a
caput ity of 60,000 ft. per <lnv li »t
t'ie I e,.il nf tin. lake. The mines
tributary are proving out b
producers every year, with ui sj
prospects opening up rich bodies of
ore.
There
glimmer,
more,   w
will  be a
BO     if    V..U
rite at oooe
big rush thin
would   know
til her of
to
lis   _.*nt« at the addresses below,
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke. B.C.
•j
r.ri.U.W.W.u........... utui'.titUtuatUtMUtututiU4tiiitUituiUiU ..u.«,.....i,l /
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Job Printing of every description will be faithfully executed at th»fieview Job Dept,
f^^qLAKEViEW HOTEL    ;cGAL  City   Drug   Store
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
j
Joe Kirkpatriok ia about entirely
n overed, and has resumed duty.
Lodk .ail for squalls.
Charlie Little is paying a visit
to Nel-iu). He has now almost recovered from hifl recent illness
Mr. ,1. Of,. M> Kinnoti  and chicks
returned from  their  viail  to E i
non on tt'edneeday.
Messrs. Forbes, Morton and sev*
i-ral other heavy hbWtors of the bi
tunnel stock are expected in tonight or Monday. On their arrival all matters pertaining to the
-rood and " htare of th< oompany
will  be gone into, and a com]
BAlt WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Liquors and gigars
Large Comfortable Eoomi
Excellent Cuisine.
FBBD C. KLLIOTT,
_AHRI8TEB, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Troul Lake, B. C      and Ferguson.
leo.a.aloOan*r, J   A. H-**-*J
A. M.    I'liifclialn.
A full line   of Choice stationery
Just Received
Madden & Levesque
Props
ALSO,
HARVEY McCARTER 4 PINKHHAM  » TR|CT,y ,
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   <JMsri
BARRI8T2E8.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES,  PROPRIETARY MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.   PRESCRIPTION  Work'
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
un   i i"N! i;;
,:;;::,;''■;:r",:;u:., Livery and Dray Stables
bv Mr. Wilkie. I J V
BOUCITOE8, Etc.
REVELSTOKE    B   C.
.Iri'.rh OfltoM al UolJen. Kt-niL- anFort
- Mta, n. i'.
oU0M<*r linj-rrial Ila.uk cfCanada.
JOHN MANNING SCOTT.
B    A .  I-.L..S
.    ;    :. . Jown from th.
Triune .luring  lie   week, and re
evetytl    g    t
ruDoothlv ;it tiii- famous prop* rty.
Charlie Oopp  ■
sou are holding  en   by I
teeth and pra;     -   ' ' -  o* to
go off.
- -., pot Wilkie is at T'. D-lTOe
hiving out the* terminal for tin
Triune tram.
A - rial dance took place at the
Alexandria ball la-t night   II was
:■■■). the music was t
Ih* So • nexoelli nt dition, and
a very enjoymble evening was spent
Mis= A. Snyder, the Earn    -
cutionist   pave an entertainment
in the Opera ll-.u? ■ last night, and
a large an.l appreciativt ..     ■ i  •
gn  ted the talented
-     lie, Pack and ( .••..■• H n - Always for Him
Freighting. Facking and
Teaming a Specialty
Daily stage leaves r Trout Lake Fergasoa and OasabenH
:.: 7 a.m.
Branch Btal las at Trow Lake. Beaton, Ferguson ani Carub- n •
BARBlSTERS.SOtJCmma.ETC.
ReTelstck* SUlien.
B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B C
Best Hotel in Town,
Eeajprlerfc for Minion and CoooeTCial Mf].
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R.McLENNAN,    PROPRIETOR
w.
Abrahamson Lcnnoxville
Hotel,
Imperial  Eank of Canada.
Had Off....
TOROMO,   ONfARI".
CR'.ital A v
tal(psidn|   -   ■   •*"■>"*
Bet*   .
Branches ia the N -    • ■ of British Colombia, Mi
Ontario and Qoi
T. II  MKKR ITT. Pr.-i lent. P  R   «"I1 .Man.
HAY, Assist -'       W. MOFFAT, Chiel Inspector
B. J.
CUMMINS
hull I.lnf
■   .
»■■ tan      Rl| ..•.-•■-iri..-nl
*M_n In  ■  -
Ofla .'til., ills ln-ii.1 Ti-li-i'lioni' Oo
FERGUSON
programme was arranged to give
-otiooist foil scope to her
>. natality as s humorous and
dramatis readi r and impemonaior.
Ua rendition oi T.-nnv-
Eamousi '■'   •     '•'
•rhieh  was  iliu**irat..*d by -
i    id vj. ».. was excelk nt, and the
audience were lavish   with   tl    •
applause      Miss   -
rum!- r-  w< N    ill  well  r
and her whole performan • merits
highest approval-    Part of tb< pro*
eseds  .*.*. n- devoted to t)	
fund.
C,*> .rt*. Batbo ha- tiding
». wceK at Nrl.x.n.    lie- i- >.\J"
hack Monday night.
AI. Chit-h'.lm. the popular seo*
retstry of the  Miners Union was
down t" the lake on business yesterday. •-
Mr. battey, jun.. left fjoring the
week for a trijj to N' i-on -i. i oMe -
K'Utliern points.
Dave Morgan - m from the
Surjin-.   for a few hours on i
dav.    What wit.'.     _ ..-of or.
and big big >■     lol hear?. Dan
i- kept hustling.
The glorious weather prevailing
on Sunday, .-.viral of Ferguson's
fair daughter! made tin. trii.;
lake.
Faith in •roar peoperfj staying
povers, and  n
ting your mrpl_ earaii p ...   I
are fhree reajuisites  Decessari for
kuon-n- in   imiii, g.     Jn Jim Liv-
«■ ave s
of these thro qualities, and in tin
ftambler claim we have the pro-
pi rty i>n whii f. be baa practtatty
i hi- moot -- ' d this pro*
I*. rty Jiit- mrfaci showings ar.
e • ■ and t-itiajji-i ended Lv has
a n .ni a I aodced bet \l>
is now "...king out some Diceore,
and the property bus the ear marks
of i mine.
Mr.   D.   Wilson,    fas]
Schools, i*aid a visit to
last  week, and it   I es thai
bs wai higl   . gn.tt£ed -it ibi
grade of profi, ieoof attained  by
the   pupils   uadat   tba* tuition al
M   - ■     -■. I'
There ■  no troth in the r
which apgeared in thoKelsoa Dai j
''>",-   oos  day    Ihhi    peek   that
Messrs.  Farh - end tttwoed I
returned It I    gascn to   rest i
their oflloes wsth t_   Silver i uj>
people     They   have   oeilhei   re-
t_rijcd ..'-: ate lb j n lurniug
Trjui     Lakt.    P.    '    Brant*-*.    OfiKral    BaaS-Sag    fauln-ti,    Tran.tarttd
_..'-■ ,-••■,.   • — i• -• •■ italloaied.   ^
DmilfSoldarH' >*■.
luitr       . ' B»n i-
- i.i.d
T. B. BAKER,
lm.vt
Job Printing at Tbi
, Mining Review	
jr. mi ;;i..\v
IBOUT I.AKL.B. C.
I   .••'-.rrmaii-.-
l.-Dki-J ah
At-• i 1." ll-li Iit'.ui. - l'_n<*
(j. B. Batho toTJxrsz* "M
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Get a Home
For   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Rent —
EASY TERMS.
E. MOBBS   PROP
Hotel
and
Ceneral Store
GERRARD
B  C
0K
Barber Sbop
— roa a
QooJ Sha>e vr Hair Cut
-- . \i.. . \
William Schnell,
ii
Hot and Cold Baths
i»i:i:
LESSEE  of the ALEXANDRIA HAL'
SURVEYORS
w-
V. M.
w_SZira-c"r FERGUSON, B.C.
Post Office Block.
Main Street.
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S. A. W. EDGE
Proviacial Land Barvejor,
M '.ine Un'tM-r.. _^
M :   i j 1 ■■
' •   •
clefiU. 	
-Is -.   •:--:.-..-... .......
IU--t.nlit |
Troo< Lake. B. C.
= Hosaring *
Packing and
Freighting
Ferguson   packing
and
Transfer   Outfit.
Mineral Claims 5nr%eyed
ami Crown Orants Obtained
Kn>ldt'ti<->.->< i: K.,-  r ! "("Ir*.
I __•, B I
• -
lir.l'i a:, i -
,-ilver ami 1^-ari
Z.1JC
>
(""air*,   ii      ed into for packinf of MiningftappKte, eta.
•     :.-.':.'
- 'ii-.-, and anv work uiei.-rtaken guaranteetl
i      -v.
SHANNON.   ' -«3yer;
FLKwi >iin B. C
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop. \
■    ■    ......
■
A. K   IIKYLA.VD
J'KOVIX I A!    I AM' aUBTKI     I.
Mineral L'!«iu)t. Surveyed
POPLAR, KA-i<>
W. H. Jones,
I Vui]lrr
Decorator
TRdLT   LAKE        •     -
Punting.
I «-aI   Binden,    f
NELSON, li. C.
!
n
Butter is a Conundrum.
Pi '        •-.    -    k in Winnipeg     At tbe latter jibe- fresh made bricks
. ••>• --I'l-itv makes it j ible for tbe dealers to sell anj kind nf truck
-• irkey'e VV\ t kl>■ Rt porl
White hurbsaik Potatoes    -   -
"The Best Ever."
§2.26 per cwt.
OGILV1ES  ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD FLOUR
M uie by tbe New Electrical Pi     m   - acknowledged to be tbe BEST.
We don't KEEP it I      We SELL it!
A. G.
.S
S StOre TroirtLake
l^rnest H-arrop
Lumber
Sash    Doors
Hardware
Etc.
At Cost for Cash
Poplar Creek.
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH   PRICKS    PAID
To Contractors.
*DRICKLAYBR | .httaiuer)
A-* «ork. Write, stating « |
ad to J W, JOKK8, Fert V     am. <■
P.Burns & Co
WU.OLE8A.LE   AND   Kll LII
Meat
Merchants
Dealers in all kiinl- of Freah M i< I
rJROUT LAKE. B.( .

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