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Array Han a larger oirou-
latiuii than any
Newspaper in N.
Kootenay, Beet advertising  jiinliniii.
VOL. i
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2-1905     flj „..„.. ..„.,liv
•jar"tin* ricli Lardeau
♦—v-"*^
^country, Benl to
any address for $2
per an. in advance.
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.C.,    FHB. 24, 1905.
No. 10.
City Men FeastJ;;;;^ Sports Were | A Fast Game atlrou^ **<**** «d"i»oh« for de.iMl.0.lli.   " ' „.u
"berately picking up the puok and lu-AgUL   VS.   JXlgJlt.
IN HONOR OF MESSRS.  15. K.
BOTJLTBEE AND R, BENSON
ON THEIR DEPARTURE TO
FRESH FIELDS,
Itho eity under such pleasant oir-
oumstancos. His company had]
groat faith in the future prosperity
Big Success.
of the Lardeau, ami they wore acting up to the tone's of their belief
jOnr IniliiHtrii-H A. \V. Bilge.
The banquet in honor "I the After the toast was taken the
above two gentlemen which was {speaker capably handled tho sub-
hold on Monday evening was n.jcctofour two staple industries,
uronounced buccc
ve prt
The
Messrs. Boult-
:i 11.1  Hanson have made many
Ifrienda    here   daring   their   stay
pitnong us in connection with the
local branch of the Imperial Bank,
'ami ii was a happy thought to invite those gentlemen (o a gathering
at which an opportunity would be
made to express the feelings of the
business men of the town on losing
two such estimable eitiz. us. >l-u to
1 ngratulato them on their re tieo-
motioni,
Lake view   Hotel   was   the
yei  is   oi   Ihe banquet,   and   the
I :- dining chamber was pro-
fugi ly embellished with choice
exotics and ferns, whilst the long
table was bt nding beneath a galaxy
ol expi nsive viand . the equal of
which comes nine in a lifetime.
Thai ln.-t- Madden <& Levesque excelled themselves,was the_opinion
of all preeiit.
Everyone was pleased to see Mr
ii.T.   Baker, the, newly-appointed]
. bank manager,present,and mutual
exchanges of goodwill were in evidence.
After full justice had hern meted
out tn tho abundance of good
things tlie remainder of the evening 1 as devoted to toast and song
with .1. C Murray in the chair, and
tin following program was edrriir-
• i.'v carried out :
Tl.- King F ('. Elliott, rtsponder
The toast was honored in a loyal
manner by the company singing
tl. National Anthem.
! ii-.- -ten! K >. sevelt \. Q. I-rnser
The toast was drank with enthusiasm, and Mr. Fraser paid n great
tribute to the president as a ruler
of men.
1! e Empire F C  Elliott
The t...i!-t was duly honored, and
Mr. Elliott came in for an ovation
on resuming his seal after .1 liver-
ing an excellent speech.
Canada Captain Filssiramons
The captain's speech was exceedingly well rendered, and patriotic
throats gave vent to loud applause
a- he concluded by remarking how
proud w< all wore to be living
null 1 the protection of the Union
Jack.
The Province Fred Mummery
The speaker, in a well rendered!
oration spoke of the progress made
by B.C since the'adoption of party
politics, and gave it as hi.- opinion
mining ami lumbering.
Oomtneroial Interests       A. (J. Kran-r
The toast was  enthusiastically
drank,   ami   Mr.   Fras.-r  gave his
hearers a treat in extempore after-
CROW US VISIT TROUT LAKE
TO WITS'KSS TWO GOOD
HOCKEY MATCHE8,
LADIES PLAYED A TIE
But " Lardeaua" Defeat the Arrow
head Team in a Fast and
Exciting Game.
Eossland.
throwing  it from the goal.     The
score when  time was called stood I THE CLOSING OF THE LAKE
THE   LARDEAU TEAM MEET
ROSSLAND AND DEFEAT
LAST   SATURDAY.
nine to two in favor of RoBSland,
and three cheers were given for the
losers and the winncrn.
Iu    the   Championship   series
Rossland heat Vernon, Forme beat
NELSON CHAMPIONS!11""'1""1' Nelson beatFerDieand
[are the champions for 1U05.
Our   Riy-   Put   I'p a Good  Fight,
But Circumstances Were
I rout Luk- was en fete on Tues-
ill llier Speech. .  , , ,   , ..
■..-..    ' - -.<uu'..4D.b.     Nevsr before- -has Hit
lro.it i,nko     ReoordorF  C. Ciimi.ln-11  ,,,,.         , ,       ,
town entertained so merry a galaxy left
After tho excitement caused  by nf vi.it,,--    i.-,...,.. i?„   ... ,
this toast being  r ceived   had sub
sided, Mr. Campbell had
Interesting observations to make 01 i,,-,- ,„ participate in the day's
the remarkable progn bs of the city
uiiiler adverse conditions, and hi
believed that he echoed the sentiments and faith of everyone present when he sai.l that before many
years had passed, Trout Lake
would be a great commercial centre.
The Ladies, A. McLean and A. W, Edge
The  speakers  made   neat little
HOW  IT   HAPPENED.
Against Them. I    Krunk   *Wwl». *•»'   Lnrdcnu s
goalie,  arrived   from   Rossland on
The  Lardeau team  sent   to ,l„j Tuesday night,    interviewed by a
battle forthe honor 61 the country RnvtwrBpurter he bad much to
tere on Wednesday morning *»y in reference to the game. Asked
'rom I'crgtison, Cam-linthe "woo sma'  boors," and it if he thought the team  meeting
atoii,    Comaplix    and was   Friday  morning  when seven  0XM WM  nfttiat,  he said, "Yes,
mevery Arrowhead there came goodly num- weary   puck-chasers   reached   the
ex- city of hope.   At Thompson's land
oi visitors.
home.        B
citement.     The atmospheric con-| ingthfl boat couldnot break the ice,
ay were] so seven stiff-visage.I boys faced the
Buperb, and thestreets presented wind fcr a 10-mile walk across the
a holiday appearance.    The sport] lake oh the ice trailing two enthu-
and giastio lady Bupporters 'in a double
1 cutter.     Arrived at Arrow-
through communication was
nut
throughout  the
best 1
learani
provided was well managed and
keenly enjoyed ; the principal
items of the program being the
ladies' hockey match and thi
between the Lardeau and Arrow
irations eulogizing the fair sex and head teams.
the toast was taken with mist.
The ladies' game, Troul  Lake
the
dies
The Press J. J. Atherton vs. Ferguson, was a veritable eye-
This   t     t   was   honored   in a opener to the big crowd of specta-
hearty manner, and the responder tors who lined the enclosure in the
with dramatic gesture endeavoured
to explain that the press could be
traced as far back as 800 years b.i ..
but he was brought down to order
by  the chain lan  to spenk of the
Rkvikw or tpiit.     A- graccf illy
was consistent with decorum the
scribe withdrew.
Our First Mining Recorder        A. Craig
attcrnoon, and t
an object less.ill '.
So «ill  match.
that neither Bide could boost of a
goal at the call of time. The lineup of the .-..nt. Btantu was as follows :
again minus, and the party were
forced to quarter there until early
the following morning. When the
• .,111 eventually entered the anna.
afb r a weary sleepless i- tinny, it
whs not to 1>< wondered that they
went down before a team who wi n
exposition wasj favored and fresh.    The Rossland
the sterner sex.   Mine* thus writes up
THE GAME.
The pace was fast from the start,
and ev.-ry one of the fourteen players were in the game. Referee
Winn was very jast in his ruling*,
and   made  l*oth   teams   play  the
Andy   Craig   in  responding to ner, r.; Misses Challenger, Bath
t'nii.   ;..rpn.ir,p:u   t a-*   as the tl
Ferguson—Mrs. A. .1. Laugh ton,
goal; Miss I. Henderson, p.; Mrs 1       8 s.ril.llv ncc„rjilip to ru|f,<
A. C. < umminjrs, en.; Miss s-kin-1
Lardeau mining recorder regaled
his hearers with some interesting
episodes of the early days of this
city, nnd gave it as his opinion
that a golden reward was in store
for everyone who had stayed with
the country.
Our lln^ts Ix.nis Levesque
The toast was drank with inusic;il
honors, and Mr. Levesque responded in a pleasing manner.
Speeches were also made during
the evening by   E.   R, Vipond, 0.
W. Abrahamson,  R.   Sett,  and ,c8d at the flr8t laP and increft8in«
N. Abrahamson. Ilis -wantage obtained, won as hi
The musical portion oi the pro- *lk"'-
gram was supplied by Messrs. N.     Til" l"ill,'il,a
Taylor, Frank Honker, Dr. Robin-
and Beaton forwards.
Trout Lake—Mrs. J. J. Lang-
staff.-,   goal ;  Mi-s   F.   Wo ids.   p. ;
Miss M. Burrell, o.p. : Mrs. N.
Abrahamson, r.; forwards, Miss A.
Thomas. Mrs  A. Craig and Mrs. C
Garrison.
Frank Schulse, referee.
During ihe afternoon the-much
talked of match between George
Haner of Trout  Lake and IL inn
!'. iinn of Ferguson took place.
This proved a rather one-sided
affair, as the Swede boy was, far too
swift   for  his   rival,   he taking the
Whenever the puck got on the "off
side"  be  whistled for a stoppagi
on the day's p'ay ; but we wen- a
beaten outfit before we put a foot
on the ice. Fancy trying to play
Aret-class hotkey with a team
dead-beat for want of Bleep and
rest We kept them busy for ten
minutes, and 111 fact had the best
of the exchanges for that time ;
the spectators were wild with excitement, but they were kindly disposed towards us. I would like to
see the same teams meet under better circumstances, and would give
-.. v.v.-k's wages 1
bringing them to Trout 1 ake. A
team of scrubs can 1- at a Bnowed-
under team, and t!..- Ferguson-
Troflt Lake gain.- was •■• nsiderably
faster than that 1 should'nt like
to say what I feel about the C.P.R.
and their rapid transit, nor of the
BY THE C. P.'R. IS THE
CAUSE OF INTENSE INDIGNATION.
We beg to call our readers attention to the notice appearing in
another column calling for a meeting of the residents of the district
to discuss the action of the O.P.R,
in closing down the service on the
lake. We broached the matter two
weeks ago ami then told the big
raRway people what was'tBbhght
of their action. The article aroused
public opinion and opened the eyes
of a great many who were not directly affected. It is monstrous
that a who'e district should be tied
up and practically cut off from tho
outside world simply I e au c a
big corporation has a cinch on the
country. We acknowledge that
there are some difficulties in the
way of breaking the ice during
bard weather, but as we said before, if the company had made
proper arrai g mei ts during the
BUmmi.- Buch as Bbi ling the h.irire
and putting the s s. Proctor in
nwelf towards I shape, there would have been no
difficulty in running the lioat ali
winter.
The C.P.R. has a charter for a
road from Kootenay Lake to Arrowhead, extensions of which have
been granted from time to time at
the convenience of the company,
boat arrangements.   Tlie Rossland (About  four  years ago   the   local
peop'e treated us white, and we
don't begrudge them the victory
over Us. Eniy Crawford, from
whom we expected BO Ilillcb. OUghl
to have been in bed. 08 he eaugbt a
o.pfavtill a new face off could be jchiU whilst ,V:llki"-' *cn** the
had. 'After ten  mimics of hard!!06 *rou_h.*" Bluflh to  Arrow"
son and J. J. Atherton.   The evening concluded with the company
singing " Auld Lang Syne."
Th" principal event of tho day
was the hockey match between the
Lardeau   and   Arrowhead,   which
,.lay a goal was shot for Rosslnnd
by Keating on a pass from Dixon
In two minutes and a half Crawford made a goal for Lardeau ami
evened up the score, and the stock
of the team from the glacier region
went up a point or two.
.Li.-k Crawford broke one of his
-kill's and an intermission was
taken to allow him to don another
one.
In three minutes alter play was
resumed, after some exciting playing. Keating drove the puck into
the netting and R ssland was a
goal to the good. The audience at
this juncture shouted " Score, Lar-
hi this the local aggregate showed
their superiority at tho game by
defeating their opponents by eight
Returns areGood v** ■" >•••■ The game through-
  out   was   fast   an.
THE   LUCKY   BOY   is   8TILL Arrowhead would have left the i
took   place   b.-fore  a  large .-.->•>,|.  d.au. i-core,'' ai.d they would have
done so had not Inches, goalkeeper
for Rossland. made a star stop.
After seven minutes' play Funk
scored for Ross'nnd with a short
xciting. and! drive. 'I hen the Lardeau forwards
worked the puck  up  to near R08B-
that more satisfactory rcMilts would
accrue henceforth no matter which
color held the ivins. Capital Was
gaining more confidence in the
resources of the provlnco, and he
believed that ere long British Columbia as a whole nnd the I ardeaii
section iu particular wi uld be recognised as the greatest miners
product r in the world,
linr (iiicsts Tho Chairman
The to,1*1 of the eVellilig Was   the
next on the program, and the
chairman   In  a   few   well-chosen
words expressed the sorrow that
nil felt on Messrs. l'.oiillluie and
Benson taking their departure. He
Wished them in tl e nan e of the
city every prosperity In their new
homes. The toast was drank i\ th
musical   honors  and   three  times
tin	
Messrs.   Boultbco   and   Benson
briefly responded to the tonst, and
fee'ingly thanked  all  present for
the expression of goodwill.
Mr. linker, tho new manager, F.C.Elliott
Mr. Baker suitably replied in ti
lieat little speech, in which he said
with at least f.nir goals to their
credit bad they let drive at every
opportunity which occurred. As
it was some good individual play
t<as witnessed, the home team ex-
?elling in this, but the combination
Work   of    hotli   sevens   W.'.s   rather
ragged.    The game, howevi ' worked the spectators up to .1 high 1     '.
of enthusiasm, and  it was noted
cd that the Arrowhead boy   w. re «. 11
ii'- applauded  for any striking piece
caving  the ice
Bi f
land's goal, and for nearly a min
ute  they kept it hovering close to
the netting, but the defense put up
a strong one   and  they   tai id to
score.
The fifth goal was made by a
pa*- from Dix.ni to Cohroy, who
lif. d it back into the netting
• Schulx ■ was not looking
.ft r a few minutes more of play
time was called as the first half
had come to an end
In   the  second   half the play, r
il.,.| resumed the game refreshed by tin
1. st. and the pa e was far from being slow-.
In three minutes Raker landed
the puck in thc netting with a shot
from the right side, giving Rossland another -core, and half a
minute later Raker  again   got the
MAINTAINING ITS CLAIM
AS A HIGH-GRADE ORE
SHIPPER.
The   ictlirns   from   the   last  car
shipped bj the Lucky Roy has just
I.-111 received, and the value.-- average up with what has already been
-hipped—near the $ 1.1(1 mark.    In
a talk with Mr. EbreharLhe
that    thc    principal    work
done is of 1111  exploratory nature, of  work.
and   is giving great  satisfaction, victors and vanquished  gn
Ore is being taken out steadily and  usual throe hearty cheers,
rawhided   to   the   C.P.R.   docks,     Aftet the match a team was sel-
where it  wi 1 be stored until the ected to so to Rossland  to play nt
opening of navigation. the  carnival   there.    The chosen
The Chestnut Hill Mining Co of team, who left the following morn-
Philadelphia, who look over the ing, were as follows :
bond of the old Lucky Boy Com- |<\Hchulsc,J.Crawford, W.Craw-
pany, have now paid Up ever) i : ford, K. Crawford, W. Cliffe, P.
in full, mul tne property is en- Boyd, R. Richards, It was thought
tirely free from debt The com- by the dub's supporters that thc! n half minutes later Crawford The Great Western Mines, Ltd.,
pany has a good working capital team would render a good account scored for Lardeau by a big lift i w|,0 control the silver mill near
and every pnspect of a good mine, of itself, and  though  for lack of from the centra. Ferguson have for several months
Hugh Brown, who Has been fore- combined practice they would get]    Funk scored in   live  minutes, shown a sterling example to their
man  for some  time, has resigned defeated   iu   championship   class,
his position, which has been filled still  they  would   keep any  team
head.    We have no kick coming
We did our best, and you km w al1.
Local Chatter.
Last week some of our subscribers
ditl not get their Rkvikw. Owim;
to a breakdown in the heat of publishing operations we were able
to mail a limited number of copies
only. As we write this we do
not know if thc new part to otti
press will arrive in time, but ask
our subscribers who have been at
all inconvenienced to kindly let us
down as lightly as possible. The
Cranbrook Herald was in similar
.-traits last week, l.tit their near
neighbour, the Fort Steele Prospector, came to their assistance.
We have no near fraternal neighbors to help out.
There is a movement on foot to
put up a challenge cup for the
ladies. Why not purchase a really
handsome trophy and next year
have the Ladies' Hockey Championship of B.C. take place in
Trout Lake City ?
Whilst on the subject of la lies.
we might mention that Alex. McLean made a nice little speech in
- -. onse t" th" toast of •• Ladies "
at the banquet the other evening.
Ladies' yon have a champion 1
Some of tin' autocratic big-bugs
who aie howling down the Smelter
Eight-Hour lull should try the
effect of a l'J-hoar "picnic'' on
their sensitive pantries. We doubt
if many of the "oprosition " have
a more practical knowledge of a
mielter than that obtained  from a
puck and sent it whining into th,   photograph.
goal from the right field.   One and ,,_--
by Fred Mills, a miner of large ex- pitted against them " guessing " for
perionce. In spell.
Keating in eight minutes, and. more wealthy confreres Ly ostab-
Funk iu nine minutes, Three men lishing eight-hour shifts incases
were sent to the fence dining the I where the nature of the work and
game,  R. Crawford  mid Dixon foi   humane motives call for it.
press started an agitation against
renewal of the charter, the result
being that if the company built to
the foot of the lake at once all opposition would be dropped for tie
time being, ami another extension
was granted. It was supposed,
however, there would be no delay
in completing the road. Since the
Completion of the line to the foot of
tlie lake ami the taking over the
navigation part, the service on
Trout Lake has been disgraceful.
The old steamer Yictoria was a
laughing proposition for all strangers who had the misfortune to
travel on it. but to those who knew
the shape she was in the prevailing
thought nlways was "When will
we have to swim for it ? " The s s.
Proctor was probably safer, hut not
at a'I up to the requirements of
trade.
Imagine a state of thing where
tirst-elass passengers to Trout Lake
were compelled to remain on hoard
in cold weather without the semblance of a cabin for two hours.
Finally, however, a 2 x 4 cabin
was constructed at the stem end.
It is a well-known fact, however,
that for some time her machinery
has been defective, and instead of
being attended to at once was delayed until the cold weather would
give them an opportunity to tie
her up and send the defective parts
to tin- -hop- at Kelson.
This is the second time iu three
years that we have been shut off,
and we believe the only way now
i« to get after the company, and
under their charter forpe them U»
complete their lin- through to
Arrowhead. Already they haw
received a bonus of if.Uti.000 cash
and goodness only knows how
much land under this charter, and
we think it high lime to see if tho
people who give these grants have
not something to say.
Morning ami evening services at
the Methodist church next Sunday
will Le conducted by tlie pastor.
Another injustice to Oireland !
ihe 17th of Patrick is right upon
us and no move yet made to celebrate the day with divarshon or
harmony.
Follow the crowd to-night to
Ferguson, r^
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Lake Localets. |
Fred Elliott lef*. during the week
for Revelstoke on business.   He
will return in it few days. .
Dan MoLsnnan returned las!
week from Glengarry, his old home.
Wnlle away Dan visited Montreal
noil Ottawa, where lie hobnobbed
with the Governor and Premier
Liuiier, iiiid incidentally ran
across Trout Lake's " best " friend.
Erbflow, of Canadian Timber ami
(•y.rvr-JrHii faurer "ii.ift sii'd lie was
glad to got boms ngain where
ho eot|ld sit. down and enjoy a
gaum of si nil" without having to
have a lire built under his chair to
keep him from freezing.
Miss L. Valentine, who has ho
long ami favorably In en known to
Troul Like and vicinity, has taken
charge of the ladies' department ol
Masterson, Griffith &Co.
A message purporting to emanate from Rot-Bland was handed lo
a hockey club official this week,
to the effect that tho boys had won
<ut by 3 to 2. It was said that a
certain Johnny ken'ndifc wasa job
right along, ami if the cap fitz he!
caii wear it. All agreed, uowev_-,IThe B. C. ASSAY and Cri -TllCAL
that   the   Scotch   would   have  toi SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
A Public 'Meeting
will be held under
the auspices of
the Trades Committee next Wednesday evening,
March 1st, at 8
o'clock, to consider the transportation question.
An invitation is
extended to residents of Ferguson
and every other
part of the district affected by
the closing of the
Lake.
Meeting in the
Oddfellow's Hall.
Hockey Sticks
for sale
at IE. Reviewable
WH0LE8ALE DEALERS In Butter,
K8S8,    Cliee..e,    Produce    nn.l    Fruit  j
Houston BI;., Joaepliino St. Nelson, 11.C
The Nelson
Brewing Co.
Brewers of
Fine   Lager  Beer
and Porter
R. Roisterer®* Co.    -   Props.
Smith & Co.
45 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAILORS.
ILL be represented in the Lar
ilenu    at    regular     interval**
tlirouiilioiit the vear.    Orderi
(or clothing will reoeivs close attention
Our representative will beinTROUl
LAKE and FERGUSON in a few week*.
IVe have a great reputation for Style and Fit.
Save your Orders.
suffer  and   the   nocks of  several t
V a Ni
ls. ('
Were  nl   once   broken.   The Said' ^^^^M^X^nuTui
official   ft It  justly  6ore   when   be  Morgan Crucible Co., Batter Ma, t.
ea„Kl,t   on   to   ihmrw^t^^tS^iS^^^SZ
li.kiniT to (lie tall tiiiiher to cool ofl,' worth A Cu.'s Fine Jlulances, etc.. etc.
lit the  end  of  the barney rode in ' r-~ ,	
the burg chortling ■' You!l rente.i
ber ME."
'P.Burns & Co
Mrs. A. (i. Fr.ser has this week
completed In bor parlor what we WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL
venture  to  sugci st one the most
nriflnal itleas for wall covering
ever attempted in town. The
whole  has  a very rich effect, and
lea!
Merchants
le ii.iiJe upof multi-colored dci-iKn**   ,,
1        ,    ,      _.    ,,    ,    I'eiii' is in All kinds of I-rch Meat I
iioni ;i pattern book.     Hie blead-
of the colors and the arranging of
flowers and foliage has been done
with consummate skill. The ceiling nlno is a finely executed, lhe
centre-piece being a really smart
I i.t-e of work. Mrs. Eraser has a
wonderfully inventive turn of
iiiiiid, and we congratulate her
upon jiehieving such an artistic
success single-handed.
Y.tung Have Orr was in from
Camborne to the Carnival. He
whs a decided acquisition to the
band with Lis cornel.
Wh.it a change in the climate! j
Tvto weeks ago the thermometer
recorded 32 below zero, nnd as wo
go to press to-day the climatic
londitious are suggestive of straw
hats mul bathing pants. As an
instance of the mild weather, balmy
zephyrs w.iltctl a bultcilly into the
Queen's II itel this morning. Thu
Utile stranger Ims riveted a great j
thai if attention.
Mr. and Mvf. ]■'.. ]\ |i ou.tbes have j
tone lo Arrowhead
The masquerade ball In Ilia Cdd-
fellow's Hail was a brilliant fnnc
t ou. About forty oonples grsci I
the floor to inuslo supplied by the
Symphonic orchestra under Ihe
leadership of (j. W. Oarpthen*,
The prizes were awarded ssfol
lows: Original costume (lad}),
Miss Beaton, "Shaving§"j 2nd
prise, Mi-s E. Vlpoud, ■■ Queen of
lb« Night"; the fii>r anil second
prises (cent's) were awarded lo
Frank Hooker nnd Fred Mills,
who impi rsoi-it'ed two''Tlioroug -
bred Tramps.u The success of the
evening wvs tnainly attributed to I
Mrs. Jowett, Mis. Craig, Mrs. Q.
Johnson sod MlS. Hiiiier by their
lintiriuff efforts, Jack Bmith made
nn i flieient floor malinger.
Tiio town land discotirsed sweet
piukio throughout the day at (lie
recent curnlv i1.
TKOUT LAKE. B.C.
WOOD    VALLANCE     HARDWARE CO- LTD-
Hardware,  Miners' Fupplics,  Stoves
nud Ranges,
NELSON.  B. C.
DEFAULT SUMMONS.
IN* the Canity Court of Kootenay, holilen
SI I'n.nt Lake, between Uobert ilnd.len
and Louis Levesque, doing business as
Ma-Men & Levesque, ol Trout Lake,
B.C., hetelkespers. plaintiffs, ami
Waller 1!. Curtis, of Trout Lake, B.C..
laborer, defendant.
TAKE NOTICE, that unless within
eijrlit ilays after the persons! service
of thi.i summons on you, you return to
the Registrar of this Court at Trout
Lake the ilispute note below, dsted
and signed by yourself (or your solicitor), and stating brleflyyourgroundn
of defence to the setlou, you will not
afterwards be allowed lo make any
defence to lhe claim which the plaintiff makes on yon, as per margin, the
particulars of which are hereunto annexed ; but the plaintiff may, without giving any proof .ri support of
such claim, heroin proceed to final
judgment and execution. If you return such dispute note to Ihotlrgls*
trar within the time specified, tha Hej;-
istrar will send you, by post, notice ol
the day upon which the action will be
tried.
Claim, ♦'.■'!.75; Fee for plaint ami
service, M.OO ; Costs, solicitors, etc.,
110.0 I : Tola! amount of debt and costs,
$:n-. 7,"i -. Cist" of garnishee, f.'i.lO ; Total
including garnishee, $!W.85.
Dated this I'Jtb day nf September, 1904
P.C. CAMPBELL,
Registrar of the Court.
i^*tUXL6(Lll
r> iii
otel
Siiidy Laugh ton
Proprietor.
HEN visiting Ferguson you
should stav at the Lnidcati
Hotel.     Here   the   visitor
will   be   surrounded   with
homo comforts.   Excellent
cuisine,     well   ventilated
and    warm    rooms,    wt-11
stocked bar, and  everything which
(Beds towards making your visit a
pleasant and memorable one.
Kates from $1 day upwards.
We strivo to please our patrons.
FERGUSON.
Master
■vw*-
fMACKINNON and
SUTHERLAND
We have everything at our
Store   that   you   Require.
:The Year  1905:
Finds us at the Old Stand
striving to piease you All
with QUALITY and PRICE
E3
FERGUSON - - B. 0.
Were oil shipped in Last
Fall, and are the
EWEST AND
FRESHEST
THE CAMP.
_yy
When yon want the
At Lowest Prices
Call on Us.
~u—u
General
Merchants,
AV
NEW
: .X':
p.
m Ikf/\1X/  iR n'° "'",0
IVClVV   •:•' ;■>•'""■
I rospi. t.-i nf r t-rguson
A LADDER OF SWOUDS.
Iiy tiillvrt Parker, cloth, $1.50
THE LAST HOPE.
By H. S. Merriinan. cloth, 1.50
THE MYSTIC SPRING.
By I). W. Ilij.'),'iiis. Victoria. 1.50
FOSTER'S'BRIDUE' MANUAL
cloth, 1.50
Building Trad'H  Pocket Hook
Business Man's Pocket Rook
Mechanic's Pocket Mene random
Three vols. 1.50
Put by ihe International Corresponds.
eme 8cIi(m>I at $1 each  our price ll.ftO
so bright.
fir   you to     fti
Nev. r were     ci
NELSON. B. C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated  Brands  of   Ham, Bacon
nnd Kggs.
NELSON,       -        -       B. C.
The  Town   of FERGUSON
will bu one of the Greatest
Ore Producing Camps in the
World. Tho high degree of
success achieved by the
inini.-r. n- WEALTHY and
PRACTICAL BRITISH and
A M ER] <:.\ N U 1NING
COMPANIES now operating
there is a tribute lo the
tremendous w nith of the hills
u u ? u u a
a.
HADDEN HOUSE gS_S,"_S!
I).. y.Hi need u ciiinfiirliililc  Inline?   If no try
lie- v...!!.m ii.iiiwo. V/.-M furiitsiM-ii rooms
lixlilcl  l..» «l.'.'lri<-lly, Ilist-.-li.B-. lioHrd.   In
the bar von win Mint»  iin- iiot domsstlesnd
iin|».i-|.-.| llqoon ainI elRuni.
Thomas Madden. Prop-
£. Ferguson & Co.
Wholesale dealers iu   Wines, Liquors
Snd I'igars.    AkchIs fcr I'sbsl Iteer.
NELSON, B, C.
LB.
Mem. O.I..A.
1
CHAKTFiRED ACCOUNTANT
K.yuliir and  Special  Amlils.    Refer.
ence:   Cniindisti Hank of Commerce.
NEL90N, B.C.
ROSSLAND DIRECTORY
Lion Brewing Co,
LIMITED
Brewers of Beer & Porter.
:e
KEPT AT ALL HOTELS,
ROSSLAND    -   -   B. C.
Public School, Hospital, and
otier institutions. Excellent
Waterworks sjstsm. Streets,
Stores mul Residences illu-
iniii.'d hv Klectricity. Iiaily
mail iit-rvice. The tOWBSite
is nilisirahlj' laid nut Got in
.NOW on tiio ground floor.
Lots can   now  be  purchased
won
$75
UP.
TOWNS 1 IK AGENT
HENEY FLOYD
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
:^M^^'8___ST_iM^.^_
risa»i
l- TJ CMS :_»-*_- _: _f _kS__>«* _*-»_«%.« _?_*-__»«»
ITbe 1T3otcl Beaton
  BEA TON, B c.
s.©n>«g
VISITORS arriving at Reatou ftlie threshold nf the Tardeaa)
via Arrowhead, will find this Hotel to bfl fit 11v equipped
for hlffb-cla»i ttado.   Kxe:-!!-.:,t ncrnmmodatlon.    A well
appointsd snd ipseioui dining  ball.     The best of Wines, Spirits
and Cigars.    Personal suporvisioii i" given to the requirements of
patrons. Visitors to the Lardeau rnn rely on comfort at this hotel.
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop j I _,
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I
FERGUSON H©TEL
The noted home for travellers visitiniz
Ferguson, n.c.
A well slocked liar of the choicest I.ii|ours, Wines, etc.
Proprietor*.
McDonnoll &  Black
1*1
I
■;-;•
^EferlinerGrai
■-
NOTICE  TO CO-OW.NKrts.
To /. Gordon t loldbsrg and to I,. Goldberg or to any person or persons to
whom they   may btvs transferred
their Interests.
Take, Notice, I the Undersigned co-
owner with VOU ill the Little Uobert and
l.iuU linbert No. 2 mineral elaimt niiu-
nted at the extreme hsad of the north
fork of Lsrdssu creek Iu the Trout Lain
piining division of West Kootenay die-
trici ind province of British Columbia
nave done tha required work on tlie
kbove-inetitioued mineral eluimn for tlie
year WG.'I in order in hold I he name milder lection 24 of the mini-till act, and i'
» iil.in 90 days of this notice you fail or
'reluce 'To contribute your portion of
siieh expenditure for «ork done, together with tha eobt of thin advertisement,
your interest in the naid mineral claims
will become the property of the subscribed under section 4 of the Mineral
Act Amendment Act of lsoo. Dated al
Trniit Lake this 7th dav of October, "ot
J. C. KIRKPATBICK,
Oc.7'U4 Co-owner.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
Broken Hill mineral claim, situate in
Irout Lake Minini* Division of West
Kootenay district.
Where located:—On Itapi.l Creek, ad
'lining the Coronation.
Take Notice that I, 0. B. N. Wilkin
toting as agent for Culler T. Porter,
In liner's certificate No. HB3881, intend, sixty days from lhe dale hereof,
to apply to thu Mining Recorder fori
('••iiiiiiatc of   Improve! tn, f..r the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ol
the above claim.
And further lake notice that action,
iimler lection .'t7. iiiii.<t In- commenced
before the Issuance of such Certificate
of Improvement*!.
Dated this uuii dav of November, a.d.
IW4. 0. B. N. WILKIE.
25-11-114
All kinds of New Records.
Sole Agent for the Lardeau:
J. C. Murray
Trout Lake B. C.
It pn.vs to use the Telephone. A
I lengtliv trip can often he laved.  Offices
at Ferguson: Cummins' Htoro ; Trout
I Lake, Post Office ; also at Beaton, Coin-
aplix and Arrowhead.
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DI8T.
j    Take.Notice that I (hall hold a Court
of lioviaion and  Appeal,  under the As-
isesernent Acl, 1903,  for  the Uevelstoke
| Assessment District,  on    Monday Ihe
i twenty eighth day of November, 1904,
at  tho  hour of eleven   o'clock  in  the
forenoon,utthccourt home, Uevelstoke.
Dated st  Hevolstoke,   this  lit day of
November, 1904.
OHAS. M. FIELD,
Judge of the Court of  Revision
and Appeal, Revelttoke .-Usees-
ment Dmtrietof West Kootenay.
Mis Assessment Dint.
Notice is heiet v given, in accordance
with the itatutet, that Provincial Revenue T«* and all acsersed taxes and in
(■(ina lax, mewed and levied under the
"Asscsainent Act, liitl.'t." for the Rev*
elitoke Assessment District, are due
iiml payable for the vear 1906, at mj
iilliee. liitualc at the t.'.iurt llmise, Rev-
elitoke. This notice, iu terms of law,
is equivalent to a personal demand bv
ine upon all pertoni liable for taxes.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. 0 , this 3rd
dsv of Jannarv, l! 0V
FRED FRASER,
Assetaorand Collector, Uevelstoke
Assessment District
NOTICE.
The ordinary annual general meeting
of lhe Old Gold Quartz and Placer Mitt*
Ing Company, Ltd. Liab., will he held
at the office of the Company, Trout
Lake, B.C., on Friday, 3rd day of February, liiu5, st 3 o'clock, p.m., for the
purpose of (.r.-;ing directors for the fen-
suing year ai.d tuch utiier business ai
may prop* rl v come before tbe meeting.
Ln .. - will b«   ' -• I for transfers from
Jan. -Sih, 1905, until after the meeting
M. F. CHESTNUT,
Dated at Trout Lake, B.C., Mb January, 1905.
NOTIOE.
The ordinarv annual general meeting
uf lhe Primrose Uold Mining Company.
Ltd. Liab., will Ire held at the office of
the Ciimiany, Trout Lake, H.C., on
Friday, February .".rd, 1905, al3.30p.m.,
f.ii lhe pnrpOM "f electing director! for
tlie ensuing year and such other business as may be property brought before
the meeting.
Ii....... will be closed for transfers from
Jan. 1'Stb, 1905,until sfter tho meeting,
J. M. Ml LI KR,
Secv.'Treararer
Dated al Trout Lake, B.C.,6th day of
January, 1905.
NUT1CK TO   UKLLNylKNT C0-UWNEK8.
To I'uit.ii' Kimi and .1.  W. Smith or to
whomsoever   they they   may   bare
transferred   their   interest   In  the
" .* aple Leaf " mineral claim, situated
on the south cast side of Poplar ere -k
nnd aboii? ln>. and a half  miles from
ihn mouth of ihe creek, iu the Trout
Luke Mining Division of West Kootenay,
You are hereby notified  that I, Arthur
(3. Johnston, co owner with you in the
" Maul*   Leal"   mineral  claim   above
described   have   performed  labor and
made expenditure on the said claim to
the extent of Sloo.oo, 'under Ihe provisions af section 24 of the Mineral Act,
in  order  to  hold   laid  chum,  and the
year fur which paid labor was performed
end expenditure  made having expired.
I il.i hereby give you notice to contribute
v..or  proportion  of audi   expenditure,
iiml vim  are  further notified thai if at
the expiration of 90 days of publication
hereof  yuii   fail  or rafale to contribute
your proportion  of the expenditure fo
made, together with all coats of adrer-
tiling, >niir Interests in tin* sai.l chum
shrill  become   vested  in   ine under iiinl
bv virtue ol provisions of Section *l ol
lhe Mineral Act. amended A.'l 1000
Dated at Poplar deck, U.C, Dec. 81,'04
AUTIU'K ii. JOHNSTON, Co-owner
11-1-1905.
NOTICE TO CO-OWN Kit.
To John A. Mam, J.  J.  Foley, Geo. T.
Newman and Win. s. Nuwmanorto
any port-on or percons to whom they
may have trainferred their Interests:
'lake Nuti.e I the undersigned co
owner with you Iu the Uohl Bug mine**
rni claim situated on the smith fork of
l.ardii creek near Seven Mile in the
TrOUl l.nke inining division of West
Kontenay district and Province of Brit
ish Columbia have done the required
work ou the above-mentioned mineral
claims tor the year '04 in order to hold
the lame under section 24 of the mineral act ami if within 90 days of this
notico you fail or refuse to contribute
your portion of such expenditure together with the cost of this advertisement
ymir Interest In tne miitl mineral claims
will become the property of the under*
a'.gned under section 4 of the mineral
,mi a mend in nl acl of '00. Dated nt
'j nut i.iiiiu tins i.0ih day of November,
1904. J.\s, W. I.iwniim.in
.2/04 (o-Owncr
TIMBER LICENSE.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 intend lo apply lo the Chief
Commissioner ol Landi and Wuiks for
a Mpeeial license to rut and earn- away
limber from the f illowing described
lauds ii, Went Kootenay,commencing at
a poet nn the east Hide of Lardo Kiver
about'., milu below Trout Lake, marked
E. L. Kinman, s.x., comer post; thence
K0 chains weal ; thence 80 chains south ;
th mce K0 chaini ea.st; thence 80 chains
north to point of commencement.
Dated this Kith day of December, a.o.
IBM. E. L. KINMAN.
M-05
rUSOAN    LODGE    TJ.   D
A. F. & A. M.
Ird    Thursday     each     mouth
Visitors Welcome
Jeo Forddred, Sec, G. H. Taylor, W.M
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review."::::::
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLAS3 EAR,'
A. NO. 1 ROOMS.
!oyaI   Hotel
i   Fancy Bar,
1   Musical Eintertalnment
Bulletin   Board, World's
Mining News.
Balmoral Hotel.
i
m
A isitorg (o Ferguson  may  rely upon the very heat of
accommodation  at thi» well-known hotel    Koomi are
well  furtdlhed  thioughout.    The  liar is stocked with
a choice assortment of palatable qiionclien.
Under the Management of S. Slinger
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
HYERVTHINO   NEW   AND    KIltST-CLAHS   IN   ALL,   RKSt
Fire  Proof Safe
The house la stookstj with ins n-._ Wlaei am OI«ar« s   tbs rauiwt.
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
The BEST Alwaysi EL. MORAND, - PROP.
U Cutter the sumo Maaagemetit.
Are w a
IN FINE SHOES I
MINING SHoks !
SHOE PACKS I
RUBBERS ash
OVERSHOES !
GERMAN  SOCKS!
!■ what jrou will Ret If yon <1<> y.inr bnyina
With u».   **o dun't f.iimt. win ii whim in)! any.
llilng In the way of lootwear lo cull on us, or
drop u lin.-.
Smokers' supplies ia
great, variety.
_n__3__
500 Cords
Slabwood
FOR SALE....
Apply:
Jack Crawforfl or Mfly Graig
ft BOM SHOE STORE
Nelson, B. C.
R.    ANDREW    _    CO.
Mail orders carefully and promptly
attended to. Afient fur Slater and Net-
tleton Shoes.
"TIMETABLE
S.S. ARCHEP or S.S. LARDLV.U.
Running between Arrowhead, Tea-
ton and Comaplix. eonimoncioi: Ooto-
ber 14th, 1909) will tail ai follow.-.
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Boaton and
Comaplix, twice dally—10k and 5k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice dally — 7:15k and
12:45a-. Making closo connections
with all C. P. K. Steamers and trains.
The  owners reserve  tho  right  to
change  times   of   sailings     without
notice.
The bfnpire Lumber Co., Limited.
Dominion Hotel
First-Class in every resect.
Tlie Travelling public carefully
taken care of.
Hamoly & Nelsoa • Props.
1&> Union (gigar Factory
Manufactures only Union gool», and besides
they are tlie best o t!i« ninrlcot. Thev are
made of the best Havana t.>' o,-md their
excellence is undisputed, lupin on vettins
"OUR SPECIAL" and   "THE   UNION"
H. A. BrOWn,   Proprietor.
Union CluBr Karl or jr. KEVF.I.HTOKE, B.C.
NOTICE.
low fraction nnd Handy No. 2 mineral
claims ruinate in the Trout Lake Minim; Iiivisioa of West Kootonay district
Where located:—Near the mouth of
Lynch creek on the K. A A. Ry.
Take notice that I, Alfred   I. Cnrle,
acting ast agent for  W. N. Iii ay ton, free
miner's ce;tificate No.  B 77,3-it>, intend
.iiily days aftor date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder lor Certificates of
Improvements for the purpose of obtaining crown grants of th" aboro claims.
And further take notice that action
pnder section 37 must be commenced
before the issuance of such certificate of
improvements. Dated this 28th dav of
October, A. D., 1904.
oc.28'04 ALFRED J. CURI.E.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
.****■ -«i
Excellent   Accommodation
Best finest Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   at
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Subscribe for the Review
Fon Sale: Lots 35 nnd 3fi
olock 47, Trout Lake. Apply to
Mrs. J. 11. German, t'>0'> Dniversity
St. Scuttle. Wash.
This is a Snap.  .. Buy Lots in the
Busiest town in Kootenay.
CITY
TROUT   LA.KB   LODGE   I.O.O.F.
NO. 41
llrzular i.ic tIne I..-1.1 In
OdiliclloWa    Hull   tTcry
Tiipsttny nlslil at   »
o'clix-k    Vlalllna lir.ith-
era cordially wclconi*.
J. H.SeOtt, N.O. r«.l Mummery, 11 A F.Hee.
NELSON    DIRECTORY.
WATCHES.
We nre wnlcb people lirnt of all.
Wo make watobew onr g.eat ipvci-
ully. »Ve urn in fni't universal
ivii'tcb provider**. We boast of tbe
most comprehensive stork ami
promptest service. Onr patron*
itKn nrovos onr pre-eminence In
the retail WStch traiio. Ouce n
putt-on, always a patron.
linyiiilj watches in the quHntilj
Unit wo do, wo aro enabled to secure discounts iniposHible lo tbe
smaller dealer, and we turn them
over to you at a corresponding
reduction in price. Writo us for
prices.
Ewert Bros.
Nelson, Kossiuud, Trail.
Jewelers and Engravers
Its ADVANTAGE.
Daily Mail service, Banking Facilities. Head of Navigation, Good Hotels and stores, Express and Money Order
Office, government offices, Fine schools and churches.
Water-works system now Being Installed.
ITS RESOURCES.
Magnificent Timber, many Valuable Stanches, The Richest Gold and Silver Zone in 15e Province.
ITS INDUSTRIES
Saw-mill, capacity, 60,000 feet per day,   shingle and lath mills.   All
The Mines pay us Tribute.
F. B. Wells,
Gen'i Agt., Revelstoke.
H. McPherson,
Agt., Trout Lake a
I
1
ai
-Job Printing of every description will be faithfully executed at the Review Job Dept,
Store
i*«K***4Ht»*+****>*H*H-|
Ferguson Items.
M. $ » » *»+» »»»,.»*.»♦ »^*M » ♦ » ♦
Boms good news next week.
Wc art- pleased to k';irn and report that J. 0. Kirkpatriok is progressing in a favorable manner at
the hot springs.
By reason of tho severe cold sjiell
it was deemed advisable to post-
p me the sports, as advertised. The
management are endeavouring to
arrange a hockey match for the
25th nist.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Jago, who have
been associated with the  dining
quarters of both the Nettie L. ant
Silver Cup mines for some eonsi.l
nhle time, have resigned   theii
positions.     They  left tlie hill las
week with the good wishes of al
with  whom   they  have come int.
contact    It is the intention of Mi
and Mrs. Jago to proceed to th
coast,    where   lucrative   position
await them.   Whilst in town tlu-j
are the guests of Mrs. J. B. Man
ross.
The stormy weather prevailing
on Sunday evening last about
church t|me was responsible for tin
Bparse congregation which greeted
the pastor, Rev. E. K. Sharp, on
the occasion of his tuna] bi-weekly
service. The subject of his discourse ws " Missionary work," and
tho . II ction taken up was for
that object.
The news received in town by
means of a bogus message to the
effect tha- the local hoys had skin-
the Rossland, team by 3 to 2 was
received with exultation not unmixed with misgivings. What
a fow said on receipt of thegloriotij.
pews was not in the same field, wit!.
what some said when tin- " rve re-
• to state " was wired. A few
ejaculations are herewith appended overheard hy the man on the
spot when the first message was
sprung on n confiding community :
Alec Cummins : " Be-h? W-what ?
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
BAR WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Liquors and Sigars
Large Comfortable Rooms
First Class Board.
aclden & Levesque
Props
Lead it again ! Hooray
Stevi
! "   Frank Lebeau :
What did i tell you ?"
ALEX,  CEAWFORD
THE   PJO.VEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack and Curtate Horse" Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Dally 6taf,o leaves   Beaton at 12 o'clock fur Trout Lake Ferjruson anil Carnborim
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake for Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake. Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
H.ail Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorized, $i.o;X»,000
Capital [paid up] - 3.OO0.000
Rest •>    3,000,000
Branches in the Northwest Territories, Provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario ami Quebec.
I-, it. MERBITT, President. I>. It. WILKIE, Vire-Pres. and Gen. Man.
E. HAY, Assistuut Hen. Manager.      \V. MOFFAT, Chief Inapeotor
Trout    L«ke,    B.    O. Braitch-A    <1. n-.jl    Hanking    Buslneu    Transacted.
Barings Department—Deposits received and Interest allowed.
Draft- • Bold available In all parts or Canada,
Dotted siiiii ■ nnil Eiirupe.
Special mi. nl.mi tii.-ii to collections und
Mini:!.- I'.iinls.
E. K. BOULTBEE.
Hanager
LEGAL,.
FRED C* ELLIOTT,
UAHKISTER, NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Lake, B, C-     and Forguson.
Jeo, 8. MoCurter, i   A- HSSTSJ
A. M.   I'lnkliiiiii.
HARVEY McGARTER 4 PINKHHAM
BARRISTERS.
SOLICITORS, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   S3. C
iliii.-h OfllMS  nt Joltlen. Ferule aiiK.nt
Stoule. II. 0i
ol tori for Im|ierlnl Hank of Canada.
JDEN MAKKINS SCOTT,
B. A., I-.4..B.
BARBISTERSi SOLICITOUS, ETC.
Revelstoke Station.
B. C,
City
A full line   of Choice stationery
Just Received.
a |   C:/\    school supplies, proprietary Medicines
ALOV)   TOILET ARTICLES, ETC,   PRESCRIPTION WORK
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Headquarters for "liii and Commercial Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRST CLASi
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
B  J
CUMMINS
i
i t.'ii.-ral BturtS.    Mill I.Ine
nf t'unneil .......     Kruiln
In Mprvwxi.   Ill* as.or!infill
of s111..k. i -' > 11 i ■: leu.
Oflloeoftln1 HIk ll»nd Telephone Co.
FERGUSON
Job  rinting it lhe
Mining Review	
W.  Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Aecoiintnnt,      ....       An.lllur.
J. O. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
(iiitfiiile eomp.invs'  interests can-fully
Gr. B. Batho „_*__*_
IIANT POWDER
PS.
IrxilsL.I alter.
AitpiiI fur Helntxman'a I'lunos
V. W. WestfaH & Co.
Minnie Mrnken.,
Mining Pr rl • - H  ;   rice! On.
Mm.-i.ti.l l'i-..-i..-cl-!i.iui:i,l mid Sold, Kz-rfz :'.
Miii.iiKrro|H'rtl.-*.I..Mili<.(l Atli-rrorNoii-ltcs).
ili'iil-.
dinger:   " What oh, sin- bumpa ;
pverybody   como  in !"'      Bandy
Laugbton :   "You've got to show
me; still, go, call in the rabble I"
Dad Block:   " Too gooti;   still -
I.T-'s  o boh
II..,.
Sam Sutherland :  " Hats !''   The
Mayor: " Did anyone speak ? " ami
so ad infinitum.   When the true
pen    was received  you could cut
the pajnfu] '- noisy silence "' with a
butter knife.
(iulil or Silver $1 r>0
Mr. ami Mrs. E. 0. Benson have Gold and Silver *2 00
l.ft the 6-Mile can.,..   They arc SS?"*.^f.V;:;;;: ;;::;•/•.:• loo
now visiting Mr.   it.   Benson at Zine .........fi 50
Trout  Lako, but will shortly pro-
'.r«ISE£! of the ALEXANDRIA MALI
FERGUSON. B.C.
Post OfRce Block,
Main 5treet.
Ij.r.li-im M|.,t.pp.
I!. i-.i|.||ni; li.llro
Tn.nt Lake. B. C.
* IsUsaging *
.:     ..- :.r J** s__r *-.*• :ir _u-rfr rfr rtr _■__. rf? rft --h -ir sit rl'.ifcjW
Packing and   Fer«uson p«*in*-?
Freighting
and
Transfer   Outfit.
Outran- entered into for packing of Mining RappUes, etc.
to uiiv ]iiiiiit m tlie district.
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed
satisfactory.
ed to Edmonton.
Henry Sanns who was recently
*-. nt down for five years hy Judge
Bpinks for attempting to blow up
a house in Ferguson has tired very
toon nf compulsory confinement,
ami has secured S. B. Taylor, K.C.
to take tip bis case and secure bit
releose.
Ah tl e out*.-u.e of an enthusiastic general meeting of the Metropolitan Gold ami Silver Mining
Co., mining operations for the coming summer will be oo a very extensive scale. Full particulars will
be published next week.
Uil'y Cliffe arrived borne from
lt( s lai il ami Sandon to day. He
•ays lhat Km. Crawfoi I scored the
two Lardeau goals. Billys vcr-
lit ii of " Waterloo''  was taken as
read.
Before thi sluing season c'osee
We would like lo see a relay team
race betweea the twin cities, say
-I a-slde. The event should prove
very interesting for spectators, and
at the same time would give our
speed merchants a chance to distinguish themselves in a l.5?f dip.
La grippe has a large number of
uur citi/.i i)8 ,\ ijliln iti
Don't forgi t  the  hockey match
in the rink to-night, Trout Laki
Pickups vh, Ferguson Hustlens.   A
good game is anticipated,   Garni
starts at 8.15,
S   StIANNON, ».ssayer,
FtROUSON B. C
L
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop.
•v-^j* 'F'v ■-:
:-
■
i
I
Ge   a Home
For   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Rent —
EASY TERMS.
SURVEYORS
0.B.N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveyrd
and Crown Urants Obtained
itwldfiioi -Ntxt Baoord oiflrr,
Troul lj»kf. II Q
Lennoxville
—-^Hotel,
E. MOBBS, PROP
Hotel and
General Store
OERRARD
B   C
'-_......:>: .•*.:-
OK
1
A. B. IIKYI.AND,
rilOVIMIAI. I.AMI HI KVKrnR
Mia. ral (JlsiiDB Surveyed
"OH.AII, KASI.O.
W. H. Jones,
Loose    loaf   Binders,    Fine   J.,1.
Printing.
NELSON, B. C.
JSarbci Shop
 KMl A	
Oood Shave or Hair Cut
_____ ox —
William Schnell,
riBOOSJOK t_ TKOI l LaKI    *
CHot and Coid Baths
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repsiring.   etc     All work
Guaranteed.
Offilcws Block, foul Late.B.C.
NKW VoltK LIFE A8SURANCE
COMPANY.
Fob Invkstmk.m asm Pbotictio!!.
TIIO.«. TAYI.OK, Airenl.
liKVKIMTOKR       AXU        TROUT f.AKr.
VALUE!
*****■>.- awi ia!■■_■_
Value should be your guide when buying
Newest Goods.  :-: Best Values.
Entire Satisfaction.
Can Always be found at
■»*•■•■  •*>a«t>sMSaa_^a_B_H_s___«__l      ——i   W________s^SS___M_MW__l    hwhim
FRASEH'S
A. W. EDGE
Pair|tc>r
Decorator
TROUT   LAKG
B.C,
F. B. Wells,
E VELSTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
BOUGHT
CASH     PRICES     PAID
F. N. Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossand,     •       •      .    B. C
Member Rossland Stock exchange

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