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Hag ii larger circulation     than   any
Newspaper   in   N.
ICootoiiuy. Bent nc"
vertising   uiediiini,
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5   JAN ^ _ 1906    &)
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VOL. 2
gp'    ew     _*•'
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Tho representative
ol the rich Lardeau
country, Scut to
any address for $2
per an, in advance.
TROUT LAKE CITY    B.C., D.iC. 28,
1005.
No. 9.
g***™******-^^ w ( u.d<^ f ih<
I Progress in the Development of l "" '"'•'' '"" ''"
Pie ise gend me a  Box of Painl
f..r Drawing and Oblig.
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m
The Rich Lardeau Country
1005
/^    is drawing to a close, % Results Encourr.gij_a to §L„
andtaking.as ii ivereJI D„« *.. /*.  j ,.    {jj j, q, I
" 6^369£33aS39ae_9S«93_9araBaS
til
a bird's eye view ..f the operations
in  tbe  Lardeau  during the year
Property Owners and Investors.     ::::::
ft
I whi le  operations lasted.
ii er opened  up a 1 ice vein
w of carbonates on the Alice fractioi
lhe present conditions, «,',,,',. WlllWlf^^ tftrrv'"
more than ever impressed with tho and consolidated them under the
immense possibilities of the the- name of the Reward Mining Co
tri.'t    The work  done during the Their proposition  was  to drives
year has nol been audi that looked
towards rich discoveries, but more
along the line ol f,ood legitimate
devclopmenlj and f.n this rei - in
the shipments have not been as
large as | revioui yeni . when tin*
whole aim i.f the owners was to
ship ore.
l.l 0   QOJ 11.
Starting at the most northern
point up tbe North Fork ..0 the
old Gold property, lhe develop'
ment opened up 1 "I or
long lunm i in towards the Nettie
I. . crosacutling tbe formation and
cutting numerous well known Bur-
lace 1* a. 1 s at a (.-..oil depth. A
compri Bsor plant was installed
an.I tli.- work is being pushed
rapidly. Tin- line of tbe tunnel, as
-un. yi .1  by   P.L.8.  Wilkie, cuts
through a rich piei«e ..f groijpd, and
while as yet lefinito results are
ul.tain.-.I. tho   i'i.']. Cl   is i""l ' 'i "i.
, very favorably.   Twi Ive nnn have
I". n . ngagi I  in  inining,  w bile 11
nn nt state thai next summer their
company will be in a position fin*
ancinlly t>. procee I with the work
vi it It a larger force ol men.
Ill Ai K   WAHKIOB.
Sinn Shannon and bis asaooiates
are working the Black Warrior
underlease, over <M tons of ore
was shipped giring valoes ol J!"',
per ton.
sruri; r-K ■ ROW*.
dn Surprise creek the property
owned by Dave Morgan, nl ;
son', ami Aid. Foote. "f 81 velstoke,
was thoroughly examined by <>. V,
(Jrandin, on. of me leading ex-
I.. t- of tbe continent, on behalf <>f
eastern capitalists. We learn on
>...».l authority that bis report wns
eminently satisfactory, and thai
early in the spring the work will
be resumed on a large scale. The
proposition is n b.w grade one and
«i 1 require the installation of ie
duction work. 011 tbe ground ami
the exteii>ii.ii oi the wagon r..a.l
fi..m Fi rguson. li 1 n in a com-
panv are prepared to 'i...
BAITIM..I 1
'I his is 01. of a group of 1 ight
. Iniins on the wagon road and
within a mile of Ferguson. The
Baltimore tunnel was extended 40
lo ">o feel and a Bm body of concentrating or. hb.iuii up. Iln
near proximity t>. transportation
nml excellence of si'ua tion makes
this a most di sirable property.
H0IIII AN.
I'p (iaincr creek  the  Mol
syndicate arc engaged in driving n
long tunnel t.> tap ib>' lead at 0
300 foci il.'ptb     Although only 0
very   email   capital! ted   CO Il| H I)
ibe lower levels, ami the manage* number   rave   been   working
BUrveys, etc.   The proposi .1 length
<.f the tunnel Is 5,000 feet, ofwhicli
600 bas been .iril' ll.
RAMBI-EIl.
Adjoining   the    last mentioned
prr.pi rly ir the Rambler,with good
showings >.n which Jim 1 ivii .
bas  done,  lone handed, a   large
M!i"iiiit >.f work
sn.\: R . 1 !•  IKH xi.r ,-:■•: 1 •
During the first half of tbe year
the Silver Cup nml Nellie I., were
kepi busy suppTyli _ fhe 8-Mile
plant with low grade ore from 1 In
dumps and that Btored in the
iiii:- About the lei ..f July the
supply was exhausted, and the
plant emp'oying about 40 men was
shut down until tbe devi lopmunt
work at thiamine was caught Up,
The companv at the same time
closed down the X< ttie I... an.l
have lim roted their energies
to the development ..f the Silver
Cup Tlie drift known as the Sun-
shine tunnel was pushed in. andal
h point 1,650 leet from its portal,
and 700 feet from the surfai e, h
. rosst ut «n> made to the b ind lead
running parallel about 40 feel .lis
tan1. Iii tliir- crosscut ore was 1 n*
counter. .1 and an upraise made
(•.'.'.11 bet 1 i" meet n winze (ISO
f. • 1 sunk from tbe 800 foot level.
The ore co tinned practically
throughout the whole distance
Driftinfl lioih ways on the blind
lead, also drifting ahead on the
Sunshine, or i is ..pen. .1 up at every
pi.ii.1 of a better grade 'ban found
in the upper workings. Th* shipments made .luring the year wore
560 tons lead cono ntrati - and
1,> 1 000 ounce* of -ilv. r bullion
from the mill, ond KMI Ions of or.
, irom in.  iniii. ....'. ■"" ™.* -■■ ••"
c .niposeii   of   null of   small in. an-                                   , .     „„,„„,
,     '             ,      .          ,                     - from ibe Mher ( up. At proi enl
Ihey    are   slmtwiig    tbe    spirit    Ol
inviiri-
" stick*to*il*ivenoas " whii
ably results iu sue.' --
rin    iiimm
This  property  shipped  during
the veer 120 Ions of ore of an
average va'ue of$180 p.r ton. The
development of the lower workings
was continued steadily up to sboul
tin. let of November, when work
was close.I down for the season 1
Tin* vertical depth at thu face ol
tbe lower tunnel is nearly '.i'1* feet.
Daring ibe lasi month thu company paid in full for their proj er*
ties, tbe Triune mine iiion. costing
$126,000.   Work  will  be resumed
from -■'. i" ;i1 men are employi .1
I l.l I    COIN Vol".
A. .1. (iordon is working a crow
of men on ilc Free Coinage, which
I,,, has nii.ler ^ lease ami bond
II,. is meeting with good success
ami bv next h,miner will undoubtedly be on tli"' Shipping list.
l.X.I..  (sWKII.e).
Tbis   pr  pert     was   also worked
under lease and bond by li. ll.
Vipond and associates, an.l oighl
tons of ■ re shipped.
NOUl 1:  I HI'.
On Brown creek opposite Ihs
I N It., it magnificent show ing
asoarly in the spring asconditions ore was exposed by the locators 0
tl„. Noble  Five gr mp late m
will permit.    An average of   i
were employed during the year.
TIIK  " l.nNi,   Tl NM I.   '
Early in tbe year a few eastern
capitalists headed by Jno. Morton.
W. Wl.iie nn.l 11. 1». White of Minnesota, took up over   'JO  claim, on
South Fork around B-Milc point.
btlill
111,'
a ml
BUNQKR WiiilT.
"n tl..' .S Mile siliiiinit Sieve
Slmgcr ami partners di'l a lot of
ileve'opm. nt mi their proper i. b
adjoining iln- Winslow, which resulted in the determining of tbe
continuance of the V inslow lead
. their adjoining propertii s.
r-.i.VI It   l'l.ATB,
A. Vi. Edge in..I AihIv Dam y
Burceeded in opening up the lead
on tl..' Silver Plats, six f.-'t i:>
width of  quartz, highly mineral-
i/.r d.
CANYOM  CREEK,
P. A. Lindgren an.l associates
w.re buBy all summer on the
Bonanza on Haskin's creek ami
Linson View ou Canyon en 1 k
Both of the-.- 1 roperties are showing up  w.il.      From  the   latter a
U 1     BlZed      sllipliir lit     is
ri ady i'..r the smelter.
town  rather  mysteriously, it was
■.•I., rally conceded   by the local
1* it acres that he would  return i..
double harness,     lie returned  on
j M..:..lay nil right, 11 rl apt sotmvhat
'/. " doubled,' bul ibe  I- nowing
'   v. itb a   cl.ii'aii pr. pared in exti
will dine . xclusively  on tie., pud
.line: ami   curry  for the   next few
days.   In oilier words, tbe oracle
did'nt work, and  the disappointed
•>n. -. to gi t even. vo',\  tbat Jimmy
go, " ci Id  f et "    In ttiis they are
us   b,'   only   not    n
als.1   wrong,
" head " on.
S®3&_a-3.3E.2_2SC-2.r_'3E.SBiSew
A HAW>Y NEW  .'EAR $
! TO OUR FRIENDS AT HOME  I
AND ABROAD.
Miss I.. M. .loi ns. n.
Hear Santa I   thought  I would
write io you, bow are yon.   I want .,
my thing   Tbat   'l  donl know   i=*^*2***»3»3EiSE_SiSBE_*__BE'SE
whal to asked for  s«. I will sr ml a ■—**•-
li ' of ibe things  I   want and yi -p.       -.
may send me anyth if the JLsCcil   OH
tbe ii-t.    a doll 1     a •_*■ r-1:11 • ■ 2    a •" I
of dishes 3   a carriage 4   a bad 5     ^Af ft r*npy      d-ynttw
From Pearl McPberson    vv ^S11*-*1       UTOUp.
Please i end me a bisque doll,
Margie Atherton
'•ur new " devil," a n.-phew of
J.C _ from Elmira, St.ir!< Co . 111.,
ariiv. .1 last Monday.
Masonic service at tbe Anglican
.1. inh Sunday evening at t,-;t;
conducted by Ven. Archdeacon
Beer. Bre'hn n meet at Lodg. a'
7. Yisi'.inn brethren cordially in
vitcd
!   ar S ntn   clause send me a
1 iintcrn  about a 50c
■:   ■ est Atherton.
-mill in
■• i ■ . , i.,-i i*al
Snnti  moil tole      If you pleasi
me a air ; :.:.   Tod Slcl'liersoii
sen
BROADVIEW.
I ate in < ictober a syndicate . f
Trout Lakers secured control of
the Broadview mi (in at Northern
hill from tl.e Horn-Payne ('... f...
$10,000. A force of seven men
were put on, trails opened, cabin'
put in shape, old Wo1_in**8 >v Ifi
out :.:..! al tbi- .late omt 100 tons
of ore taken out ami sacked. He-
fore lhe syndicate had time to
kn w what ihey really had, an
offer of $20,000 was made them,
und n deal is now- pending whereby
a syndicate of tlie strong mining
men of IU'. will talc control. If
ibis .1. al i- completed an.l development proves satisfactory, the hill
will be worked on a lar:_'e scale,
ami a tramway put in lo lay tbe
ore .town at the I.ake.
LUCKY   BOY,
Owing to ii change in the per-
s..nn.''. of the obi Lucky Boy Mining Co., ami its subsequent tra no-
formation into tl.e Cheenut lli-l
Mining Co., work on the property
was -topped early  in the summer
The   or;'   shipments    for   the   veil'
«i re 56 tons.    Tbe n- w   company
have  been  registered and all ar-
.! ni- i ompleted for an early
resumption in the spring.
Tilt:  HORSESHOE.
The Horseshoe owned by Andy
Craig ami Ed Hillman was worked
llll.ler   lease,    I ml    tell    toi s of  ore
shipped value *' .'_'•"> per ton.
i.il'l EK  OHII r 0ROt P.
M ilcolm M.itbies ui an.I associates worked ibe Copper Chief
group all summer and have made
a splendid Bhowing. A sample
shipment of three tons gave re
turns of $141 per ton.
I.v  I..   (.M1I.1...Y)
This properly  was  taken   over
during the summer bv a hunch of
Minnesota   men,   and   a    small
amount of dovclo] ment .lone.
i.aki:  I'll .Pl< RT1E8,
AI Ibe foot of the lake, Sipiiri
Mei.hs, Walter Jenkins ami Walter r.ielan ha ve I.e. n developing
their c'aims a'l bu miner.
.  M.I Ml T AMI Iltl'I.A.
Some excellent gold values were
obtained  on  these properties,    In
July 1 isl .lack Cliisui sol.I one naif
\ Letters to gj
i Santa Ogus
ff    From the Little Ones.
(/^5rsn'" —■*-***
/"ROOD old St. Nicholas has r
^*^ i.ive.I a letter from nearly
.verv youngster in town, and as
tl 1. in- b.-< n | ermitti .1 to take s
neep at them before they were dispatched, we make no apology for
the insertion of the " choicesi " in
this issue :
ilear Santa Ciaus. If vou please
I wou'.i like a pa ami ma speaking
dull. Lilly Abrahamson.
Dear Santa north p..l>» B.C.
How are You 1. want So many
thiugs So 1 wi!   >en.l   you   a lir-t ol
lhe Things.    I wan' sled a ball oi
a knife. Rossland Murray.
Dear santa Claws.   Please brine
me a mouth  organ   witb two L-il-
on it. Gordon Johnston.
ami a sake ful  of candy an.l
p. p corn ami nuts, x  x x n
Dear Santa. North Pole. It is
growing   mar   Chrislmus,   and   1
thought I would   write   you   you a
few    lilies    to   let     Vol!    to    let    vol!
know what I WOtlld like for I
mus.    I wou'd liken steam engim
tike sample sending or a book.
Yours tru y,    ti. Mcl'lu rson
Dear Santa please Bend mi* a
gieigh a drum a dancing pig noah
Ark .lack in tbe Box from vour
little   Freii 'I   Hai ry  Abey a horn
too please xxx\\xx\\
I)eai Santa Clav,s I wai i cand*
an.l dolly.    From Lillie Join ston
X X X      X XX
heal santa claw-. I want a
mouth organ aiel a sake ful of
candy aiul nuts Thomas .loin ston
1 '.'.ir Santa. Plea -<■ sen.I me n
i hecker board an.l men.
Will e Albert .ii.
Hear >.inta. I am Wl iting y ll
a letter, 1 hope you are «ell. I
want -o many things tbat I lon'l
no what to get. I »i'! give you a
1 ir~t ..f the things and you can M.ii
yourself which one, A sled, a box
of paints, a gam.'of Lotto, a pa ii
of gloves,    Lot- of l.ove from
Alice Murray,
Hear Mr. 8,    A lilile.l-.il please
Baby Atherton (x) ber mark.
I wrote this in a hurry.
Dear San I.a Tt ..ti I bake.       I would |
like yon lo bl nir; ine a ni. e   BALI.
..v. an.l a DOLL.   Votiis truly,
II.ir.ice M   -i-r    >;.
Dear Santa Claws, 1 am writ
nig to tell vou what I tvnlit.
Would you p'ci-c give me so i
nice game. Naomi \ ipond.
Mr. S.mia (Maus.    Picas send me
W. s.  Rugh, Chief accountant
I of the I." Roi Mining company, has
Uear Bir.    I hope you will oome     ,,,   ,, ,,.    v..
oncristmas.    Please santa I want  "'."'.' f«« W. Ode'1 of Spokane,
a briddle with bells on it or a fish l""  '**-ere.l  in the Wagner group
that runs ou the floor. of mining claims   situated in the
Edward Vipond.     Trout Lake mining division.   The
Dear Santo  claws.   Please bring consideration, Mr. Rugh last week
-,'";'i"'1  dishes and somi   s'ated, was about 120,000    It  was
ondy and nuU,   Martha Johnston  tha |arges| individua]  i;/_.t ;..
. D< ll M:'',:l "•;th P°*Te '" ' apany. The other holders of
ting near chirstman so I thought I  .   ,,..  ;„ ,1 ,     ,     , i.r.
would writ. ■      iw..t!i.ii.ik.. ,■,..:■'.',■ '"u- , !; •' mc,adeD-
air guns.      From D n Mi Pherson'"   1!"I|I'V' W' J' u !m-vk'r an'' c*
T. Porter, all '•? Spokane, There
ne thirtcr n clains in the group,
which are loeat'"i mar tbe head of
Hall creek. The largest amount of
work done nn  the group is on the
Hum.tn claim,  where 250 feet of
I nm writing you a letter, plea* ,       ,    . '
.■ii.- me a doll or a came. "ml maK   *"''ri*  '»as been
l.ir-s Olive Abey.      ; ;'     With  this work  there lias
Pear Santa Clans.    I would lik. '"i""'"1 "P ft • '■ ■•"* of silver-lead ore
you to put  i    the  Christmas tr, ■   100 feet long and 12feet wide. The •
.'or mi i 1 Lotti. value of this ore  body is variously
Lo. «f ove from Miriam Elliott estimated at ^300,000 to fmooo.
1'y.i . '   -   I woir.l likeadoll's The ..re body is composed mostly
,; of concentrating material, wiih a
iii Abrahamson.     s,.;Uil„f from   , (o ., ^
Dear  Santa,  I   am writing this v,;,i„    ■. . ':.be clean run from
letter for my litUe brotbe, ssheh ,,;i ,„-,„, unces of silver to the ton.
not able t.. write uml  be Bavs he ,
would :.„k farm A   Beneral ■ '  l'!,'ar
could ;->'t it.     He Bend -'Vl'- ,''>» ounces
ve. From David Murray in silver and 60 per cent lead   The
Dear Mr Santa  Claus.    I want greatest depthreached by the work'
■ ■ gife  me a  little Doll, ynst ing. is 140feel    $20,000 baa l>een
like i gott  l.-i-i   XmasWith nice Bp sloping the mine.
dn -- s an   a   bonny "ti and lots >>f       > . ,„  .,._„_.   »,„,■ .     .   •,•,.-
,    ,                 ,.                         As  t<>  tiflnsportatioti    facilities,
' an  v.    Ami  Syster   veravanta    ,    ,.      ,  ,        ,    '
Doll and Candy nnd Ervery thing. t!'"" '  "'       Paclnc 'adway boat
Now Don! forget vour little Girls, no'v rtt**s ' ' Troul  Lake, which ia
Blenda and Vera Olson. located!    Ive miles Irom the Wag-
D   rS.inta—I  thought I would ner group, and  the proposed Hill
.rite  a ton lines to let   you know road will go within  four  miles of
rhatlwaut.     t wmild like a pair th   ..•         |   .     mpany intends to
°;  8ka.**8' ;1  Jook, a Game, or a ,,ui,(1 ft C()I1,.. Iltr„„r   nM,
steam 1...    i                 Ige, . .,                                     J
A|03(    -           Jon and if  the   proposed   Hill   load ia
,..,,,,, , let   built,  to   build a  wagon road
1 mil i." _',i I to c vou.     I am   , ,    „
j to tell v. what I would down tlie Duncan river and to ship
liket.havei.il the tree. I would -hcoreby water lo Ihe Canadian
,:•• to have a .b.ll bed if you have Pacific railway. Th.* Wagner
it. ai..I if y..u haven't it I would Mines, Limited, owns the Wagner
bke to hav i .-!>ry book. Your 01
little friend.     Catherine Vipond. ..-.
If you  please   I   would   like a
doll's high cbait
-nr Abrahamson
PHs  sand  mee  biG  drunib if u
havv I.
I want a
il.
Atherton.
Iltt'e   urn bank if   you
l     I Masterson.
will  be
501
■   VI
Sp
preached at i 'amboi ne . t 1" a m.,
and al Beaton 1 30 p m. by Rev.
It. W   Scott on Sunday next.
A wi 11 attended meeting of rate
payei tvas hi Id on the l'Jth insl
t • disc is eel I unit.-, - in general. It wns '1 'i-i' rl to engage thc
servic. s ol 8. Shannon, l; A
Grand-
On Top as Usual
Ten little printer m 'ii going onl t'. .line,
\ CO kluil killed tho Kaslo scril..'—
i n there were nine.
Nine little printer men .jinking to their
fate,
Down dropped the Camborne man and
tint left r.rilv eii:lit.
Ki.l.t Jollvscribbler men thought they
were in heaven,
A bottle killed  tli- "New-" man and
thai li ft onl*, -.ven.
.•ir. printer men playing fanny
In.'ks.
The " Mail " began to ulk of shop—and
then there were ■! \.
:. printer men trying to !>■ »r/o
and tiirivi.
The " Hornbl " started mixing it, and
tlien there «eie ii....
sepj printer men. their formes
i hi il" ir,
Tl.e" 1'ii'.tin.-" man gave uptheghoit
and tlien there were four,
I'lnn printer nun staying with
the tea,
Onoeoi Iiii habits on, thon there were
ll tee
Three valiant save  the marks sittini*
r. • 111<t the brew,
Away rolled Kconoraiser, then   there
H'l i" lw...
Tad tired nriiiier men very nearlydone.
One spoke in |.iiii*.e of Lorry-ay and
tl .a there was one.
une forlorn, bul happy scribe, drinking
«**,        . ,       o .       One forlorn, l.nl lia|'|rv i
_^*H. _*i s*S.IfcS*alvlift»  ii,. was the'Trout bake man, and be
i....k the « hole bunch home.
i>|i\'
sex r
of h s iulercul to Cap  FiUslmmons  11»** Sea Lion   giving life'ik motion
Miss L, A, .11ibiis.in.
ami Purser Mullins.      A shaft has
ni,    Trails   wen
about ten ions of ore extracted be
I        „,v fell ami siopp-.l opera- ' n sunk on  the lead to a depth
They will be resumed early "f ''"' '«''• ! '■•""l  values were ob*
The paystreak  ;   Wned all tho way down    li Is al*
  pj to 18 inchos In width ami N'-l-''<t"'r probable  thai a 6 stamp
,.,,.   , |,|gh va'iies.    Six men wen
r.piniiiiiel mi next page,
and oblig
I Lar Sania Clascs,    pleasa Bend
me n sleigh and  harness for Rex a
.1 nu'i. g pi,r a magic lantern ami a
noiher watch whip for horse aud a
liltle dog.        x        x        xx        x
My lian,.' i- Gi oi.     Vbcy,
The  Motho list  church is being
GRAND XMAS  ATTRACTION! suitably decora! d  for So.ig   ser*
 . vice. Sai.b'iiii morning and even*
.. *r_i       i    t_• _  lug.   'I'b' children'sohotr will be
.BlaCK Diamond gtlo-Hlauseal both mviec.
5S  £31 Minstrels."
All l.o.-a! Talent.
Tho Miusirrl Show ou Tuesday
j night will be a clipper.    Fund, ill
aid . f sidewalks.
Also a s.'reaiiiii.g fnrce in one Ac m
■ i _._.._ii    _._.._m .. Tho editor will he resting for lhe
n "xt lew days, *.. ploaso do not
under any | retext disturb his
reel by paying overduo nibscrlp*
WWW^^  y,oburH
GOIi.'   SOMt:."
By .1. J. Athorton. 1 .
il
HI tf 1
THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
Ii Printed al Trout Ijikei Iiy, win Publlilierl
St Ken_iib.ui nml Trout Lain- evi'ivTlini'silio
Ta* B lltor d-Mi not nnld, lUmaull reapon-
■IbtafiKl m .pinion*, of ooiroaji.mdenl.ox.
pros«e.l Ill lis column..
All I...'..I*, will I..' olinrj*ed ivl   »...-1.-»r.- <>f 1 -v
i'nu. per ie..'. iiml i.im'i ii...., un.t i.i oenu i•*■ «
lim* encli Kiil.s.'.iu.'iil Ins.1.11, ui.
Tfr'UHl.tr 1'r.i.ir.ieiir uml ntl *-r r. tv.r.im...
•rill re nml.- known or. iip|>IU'iOloii nl nni. <
aill.HCriPf.-r'.  ♦'_r...Iit  \0||r.  Ill ll.l Vi..l.-|'.
Grout Xaf.e
Mater
Suppl? &o.
Xtb,
^td^^^W^ri^^lr;^ |
By  us nj*  Water BUpplii I   1 y  Hi
t'oiiipany yu are  tissuied of nbff.* I
Int. purity.    I ot e VnalvBis
to back up statements. :::■.:::
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Masonic bi rvicc tit lhe Anglican
ohurch Sunday morning. Divine
Service on Xmas day.
A merry Christmas to our readers at home ami abroad.
CHrNSTIvlAS.
Peace on earth ; goodwill toward
*nen !
Such was the iiicsi nnc of tbe Men
.horn l!IO.r> years nv.o, nn.l as thc
centuries roll on, being received
and acted on more and more by
each succeeding generation. As
the dn v of commemoration of the
birth i>l Christ draws near, the
spiri* nf good-fellowship nml Char*
ity s. em to permeate onr whole
being Petty jealousies for the time
being    are   laid   aside,    enmities
1 •••lit » 1
bunco-, and the man s   Inst nature  „.,„, ,,,,Kim,. ,;„.,,....     ..   |, M
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brought fo the surface
Man v scoff nt the religion of the
Christ,  but  all  are  willing,  nay,[Trout Lake, B.C.,
anxious to live among peoples who
acknowledge His supremacy.   The
world over, where the '* Sermon on
NOTICE.
rROUT   LAKE
Notice i« bei'el'.  Riven  thai SO days
after date, 1 ii.ie.nl to apply lo Iho Hon
Chief   Commissi ■. i r  ol     I ■     -
Works for a special license tocnianil    j-«^
earn  away limber from the I I ,,
iImi  .i.e.I lands, siluatod in Wi tt Koot-   ^'o
inai dfstrict.
Vi a pest planted nt Beldon D in >'- JEWELLF,7*.
ndrlb-wesi corner j>• >-t marked I*.  .'
Devine. north east cofiJer  i   -i. '■     ci
Watch repairing,   ete.    Ail work
Guaranteed.
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stem. ■
I hence ea-i si. chains, them >■ .
chains, to point of coiiinieni*einei I
P. i. PI'i IM'.
NOTICE.
Not ler is hereby given that 30 rlays
iftcr dnte I intend to apply to Ihe '
the Mount " is re-ecboed. there will Idnininissioner of I an.Is an.l Works for
be found civilisation  in its hijthest   awrialliei nee to ca  anrl carry awa..
lumber  from   il.e    lollmiing  lies
stale, liberty  in   its   purest   form, (lands situated in  West Kooteday Din
and  nn   tvpialitv   that   makes tl —
" fatherhood   of      f iod "
"brotherhood of man'' not only
an ideal phrns • but an actual condition.
Nature ia true, and in the doctrines preached by our Christ, there
is everything which in attractive
and   nothing   tlmt    is   repellant.
l-'r. in n i".si planted on Ibe north ensl
And   the '-i.looi I iir.lemi civ. k ril-'':t   !, n
fir.iii Halfway creek and marl
Mauri's north-west ror . r     -'  running
east 80 chains,  lhem*e  -     h M)rhnuis.
tlionce west 80 chains, thvice  n.
chains «" point ..i romtneiiccmenl.
sF.I.I' i\ DA>EY.
Trout l.nke. B.C.. Nov. 18. I	
te I 1 TroEt Lalex B.C
AH the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "Ths
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Honor   Charity,  1,.
" Companies A.-t, 1897."
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRY
TION OP AN EXTRA-PROVIN-
...vc  ami Truth | ,., u   COMPANY,
are the highest attributes of man,
each  of which  is found   in  their
purity in the life of Christ   in His1    I herebv certify that lhe "C i
teaching is nothing that cannot to fflLu^-^t^ff^'l^r^ „
comprehended.   Its plainn''-s is itslasan Extra-Provincial C pauyti
i ......       ti    ..in i ., :, ,i     •    il..- "Companies  Act,  1897," to cam i
beauty,     i he child at its mother - outor ,.„•.„,» ft„ ,„. „nv „, ,,„.,,,,,,.,.
knee can see   IIim   plainly ns   He  the Company to wl icli the legislative  Printin
authority of the Legislature ol Uri i.b
Columbia extends
The head ottice 'ri tin   i'     . am id |
Isitnale  at   N...   Sol   Qainn-Sharplets
Building, s I ;!. Street, in the rity of
Philadelphia in lhe county of Phila W-
pl.ia and Slut.-.." Pennsylvania.
The ane iiiil of the capital of t1    '
pant   »two hundred thousand .lollnrs.
, ah i ■ I   into   i v "   hundred   th..113.01 !
share* of 1 ne dollar each.
Our Christmas should be  a dny|    ." '«d ulBco of the ('.....1 any in
. . • , . .,"   thi- I'm v ■ re is siinate :.t thp town ..i
of rejoicing,  ami  as we  shout the  p-out Lake, and Thomas 15. Klin-hart,
Sraol     ' ti pplicfl in
rrrcati ■
A
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said : "Suffer tl .• bttlc children to
come unto Me" The illiterate docs
not heed any explanation as he is
told the story of the f'ood Samaritan, while even the most learned
can gain inspiration ch they study
His say inns.
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refrain, " Peace on earih ; goodwill
towards men " on thnt morn, make
up our minds that it is equally
applicable each and everyday wc
enjoy the privileges of 1 Christian
civilization.
The Review staff take their annual holiday next week as usual,
therefore the Ueview will not appear next week.
Don't forget the Minstrel show
next Tuesday night.
Progress in the Development of
TE> Rich Lardeau Country.
Min. Manager,  uliore address is ibe
name, ia the attorney for IheC cany.
Not empowered  t. Issue and transfer
stock.
Tl.e Company is specially limited
iiniler section 5-• • • 1 the sai I let
The time nf 11 <■ existence of tin company i- fifty rears from the L'sil. day ol
Julv, 1904.
Given under my hand  and 1 al of
rrtlo-e at  Victoria,  Province ol Hritiah
IColumbia, this 88t*i dr.y ..( Octobi r, one i
thousand nine hundred ami live.
[i.s . s. Y. W00T0N,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The objects for « hieh this 1 ompnny is
established and regisleretl nre:
T>.  pi r'lu.s" ...    olhorwife   acquire, I
mi 11, louse, oceii| ;    ue 1 0    level.
IninIn containing Bold, silv r, copper,
lend or oilier IliillerHls :
To none, or ... bei '••■ i -.   to exit
I remove,   golf I,    r-ilver,   copper, lead   or
Ioih r Diinerals 1
T  bnv, sell, or . . i..-ni.'-e in deal 01
I trail'      in j.-r,!.|,  lilver, ci p| • r   '• 1 rl   er
_,..    .,, . . ,    ,        "tJ.**       inerals and any of the products
mill will he put 111 ut an early date. I then       ami articles consisting a
=£3
Trout
ke
. DV
Transfer
._
an Lii
WiHtomi'
I Ferguson
u
TrcutL.„ke \
AND I-I
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I Bei
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• rv;'y st ig. w_U j
•' :'.ve  Ferguson
7 a.m.
I Trout Lake at fl
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WOOD   YARD
i, connection.
W
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NOW
i"   'I "   tlm.   f >r   yon 10
D      I   ■      '-    sr wm
' s of Ftrgoi
i
Tl     ';'..,r     .,r   KEBGU80N
v        be   on     uf    11,«    (ireHt.l>t
' ii.- 1..' Camp. i.> the
World. The I .b degree 1 (
success I    by
numerous \\ i:.\ I 1 ||y „, 1
I'RACTICAI. I RITI8H aud
A '■ 1 :: KAN M INI M,
COMPANIES now ..^rating
"■''" Is » liil 11 • tn lhe
: sun „ . 1. - 1 j .1
nnn -j -j *i
ly c.
till
liKFAT  NUMIIKI1N   MINIS.
At P01 lar the company are re-1
ported to be putting ma'ters in j CANCELLATION OF RESERV1
good  shape  financially.      All the	
matters in   litigation   have  been] coast iiiutrht.
settled and  a  resumption of work
is looked for.
ItOTUER LODE.
.' I'I' -I;  I-  I'- I   *'.    _-t. . :i Iiml I    -*-.'. ;.
llr.l.. li-.tlr-,-..I wlilili    \r;i^   |iulillMrr'l   111
tlie II . . Un '-it.. md lull I Dili Ar'uunt.
1901,.'..r'li'r: 11 bell nf innd cMeiidlnaimi-k u
dl-1 1110 "I i.n imi)> 11. wicli dido ..r tiie
Hkrena Rl cr tiatucen KIMIIuh Guiyui. ami
11./. 1. .-■. 1 1 • ■■ .
.S'l.iii-.. Iftnlm irt'i'i 1. i.e Iiml [xirllnn r.i ti,
Wont, syndicate, who are going in
for straight development. Work
is being oontinutd all winter.
I'I.At 'CIII.VO.
The   Mother  Lode property was
i.L,,., ....... .1.;,, .. -_ 1   .       t    "1    1       rsaarvntlon,iinlicuof ivlilirli iviui uiibllalied in
taken over this vear by a Laclede,Iin* 111    .../-.t.-..-.a .1 1 mi' n...........
. ISSS, em 1 on., -i in 11 .-I .1 id rxtpndln In I
areoe tbe moulli irKllliiini Iverand Khallaa
iiiuoi.... is rMclnilfd hi .1 ii.i nail - -.-...-1
laiifi 00.: ..■ 1 pen ill :. 1 .. . .
a |«iliil In liin I.' 11 11 Vnllfy, .li-r ,ni mn
'nil. < In 11 .11.11 li.rl viiro .■: I'm. 11. mh llir in... .11.
nf  K It I run r    Kiwi.   ..11!   lin.l   i.ihim    lull.I
Ui**rf*oi will lieopsn to aula, |jre-rtii|iti.in a1
r\.. t „- i. «. 1      . .r*       . t    1      other dlannalllon miliar ihe |.r'»vi«liiii» of Iln
(Ill Lardeau creek, at TrOUt Lake  Uml Act, on mid after lhe i-tichili sin d r«>l
City, the Spokane Falls I'lacer Co. j ^'ffiy"! ft^', SSf SSfUt ifcrt C!
have  put   in   about   1,000  feet of In"y s ""w.";. ,,.,;, .
flume,  and   In   the  only clean-iiu I      liefmly Onmmlwl ri.niid.4 WorUu,
, . *      I line, .nl  Wfirklf 111*1*11 rl III  lit,
matie prior   to   frost  amounted to j Viotoi in, fl.i , >l«t Aiignat.iiis.
1150 for two men shoveling f..r two i
days. I •
Many properties have been work-
In a small nny and some good
■bowing, exposed.
In general there i« n feeling Hint
the day of wild calling is over, and
that lilOf) will usher in a ir.i of
prosperity for the camp. Tl.e high
price of metals and the re opening
of the pilot I!.;, hiin iter arc fuclors
which will materially enhance the
value nf properties. Own. rs, to...
• i' sir willingness to dispose of
their properties 011 reasonable
terms. Great is ibe future of the
Lardeau !
i.
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<9 - Hotel,
C. L'OS.3. PRO''
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tel ^nd
General Store
OERARD
I, and
"thei iiiHlin ihuia.     I Keelletil
- roeIs
1 ■       nces  1 iln-
•1     Dnilj
lhe'I  nn (to
is admiral ,:!     ,,,, ,.,
NOW  on   ii,,-  irouiii)
I   :    can   now   ..<■   nun
pni
r.*on
I
ST*" you want to 5?cLL
$"    you wait to BUY
Coi respond «ith the
Lai-dcaa Mines
We have tevoral < loo I Ptoper-
te a listed 011 .. i 1 eh :     I terms
an ■    i. id
Lard .an r*ti,iM Exchange,
" Review " Building.
Troul l.nke, B.C.
Any   I nil   will   find   rubber
boots   a   gn at   source  of com*
fort anil proti .1:0.1 dm in-, [he
s|ir ng weather.
" MAPLK LEAF '' li bt
city hoots for Inii. 1
and children n 1 a at nen r j • 1-
f ctio 11 i:i n.ati rid I, dyli . [it
an.I finish as human ki I, '
supplemented by modern
i. e'!.' .Is ami machinery can
make tb.'in.
Insisi mi your dealer giving
you  " .Maple |Lenf" Rubb
There  uro  no olhem rjuite -..
  I,
Hollb •
Je Leckie Co. W.
van 1 oi vi;i:,  i.i.
t*  n
The BESTAlwayi!
IN Fl IE BHOE8 I
minini; SHOES 1
SHOE I'.'.i K
KUBBER8   '-■
0VERSH0I S!
(! 1.IIMAN S0CK8 !
I- vliil  ynil   will rr.lir .vim iln   v.nr l.nvli."
,11"1 "'    ,-"        tl trhtn wi nllni   ny.
I  " I'O '.'    In 1 jil| n„ u,   or
.1. .i .. line,
m lio/AL silo. Otis
n
Nelson, 0. c.
ANDREW    A
CO.
Mail onlers carefully snd   promptly
sllendeil lo.   Agei t foi   Ii li . a d Si 1
1 leton si.	
\. R. II KY LAND,
ciai ' 1 t> 11• 1.- v' j voa
m • ;■ , ive Md
POPLAR, KA8I
$.5 '■>■■ :
TowNaire aoent S
I BIMY FLOYD
RRVEI.STOKB, B. C. W-
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"•  trbc t>ot[ Beaton  ..
BEATON,   1
■ (-''!-'i.'.::r';:;„i1;';;; T%\ n^-- th
'•or,-0*n«iardr«ocsn rely on comfort at this si
I
IW. BOYD -:■ '-:- Prop
• • t*e>*. .. «>a>t.-'i**iV'*0'(J I FBRGUS&NHOTE
The aoted I
iomtr (or traveller.
Fergiiioi), B.O
viaiiing
A «*U stock*, liar of tbo choicest I
MoDonnell A Blaok
tqours, Wini i, etc
P*roprl»_tori
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Legal Notices.
(MlTirzoATS- or improvkhknt.
KOTIOK.
OOUan Chsst No. 2., <ioM«ii Cham N...
IFraction, and Lid:» mi • «r_l claims
eitaat.ni tha Trout Lake Mining Divided uf West Kootenay ilntr n.
Wfcar* lo.a_d: On- ii'nl una bull
mil., aonth-west ttmto the town of
repfer. H. C
ttA* aiKloa th#t I, John Keen, free
■hSOT'i rartiflcale Hi. H8:t,?..i.:,
rifts* dayi aft*r date herwjf, in i;>ply to
UtS Mining Kaeordar Im Or; 'irate, of
layroTenieiita for th* pur|iofS of obtain-
jisg.rown granta of th- above claims,
_B_ further Uke notice tlmt actio.
at section S7 muat be commenced
• th* i*M*nc* of inch certificate nl
lmaroremanU. Dated thia 31st dav of
Oefobar.A   0., 1906
Nov 806 JOHN  KIKN.
NOTICK.
(leek Diamond ininor.il claim, ai'iiate
H the Trout Lake Mining divial rn nf
Vest Kootenay di*  r    •
Habere located: On divide   '.-   -.   •.
tiMaouth fork ot tli- Honrh Fork ol ' I
^Hlaau river and Bniiarict creek,
Hmilea northerly from the American
Eke Notice that I, 0. II. N. Wilkie,
SI aa agent for tbe Seattle Oregon
ng Co., F.M.C. No. 1383195, in-
aiity days from the data hereof,
^Bpp'y *• *h* Mini i,: Reenr.lei [or a
^^iacat* of   Improvements   '
Caoae of obtaining a Crown Grant of
above claim.
And further take  r. it ire that action.
M*Vr tntion 37. i    -i  !..» commenced
ire th* imuanc" of i icfa Certificate
NliriCK.
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•eetion l r, mi  • ,.
•    r- I  - r.ur.f In
Dated ii.ii   ..
°°" '" 0, 1. .'*'• Wll.k. ..-,   ,' _.S
.   I '.til:.
'    ' 1  '■"'. ■ o.    A
also at Beaton, Comaplix and .•...-,,.:
• '."
Halcyon
mn
acs Diamond Mineral Olaim t
in the Trout Lake Mini ii
■   '     nay District   " hi
0     half mile i orth oi ll
Tak.* Notice that I, 11   M ,
agent   for the  Beattle-Oregon   H    I
Co., Free Mb       i .-
[nl    d    -in;,    dayi    froi      the   dati
i       I toapply to the Mining He
for t. Certl icate   f Improvei    at* f.
the pur
of the above claim,
And further take notice that «
under .   nauat be    in   .
- lhe iisuaucsof iuch <.'.. ..' at.
of Improvement!
Dated .  ia 28rd day Sept. a.o. I
«ept 2S
MUTICK TO 1':■'.!.it..'.  ' .   ■•' NT.I'."
int,   I. " . '    id era!
Jan ■ ' oi        short
n iy have transferred their intent I   i  ' ■*   late mil sral claim,
Taki  ii tice thai  I, ths u
assary
I   •
r    in
a;
Springs
Sanitarium
ROW LAL.:, is 0,
•7
may relr upon the very best ol
accommodation at tbis well-known hotel    Rooms ar*
wll furnl '• :  thioughout.    Tbe  Par ia atorked with
a choice assortment of palatable quenchers.
Under the Management of 5. Siinger
Under   New  Manag* merit*
HARRY  McINTOSlf.
Of Ih i Hou e,
Proprii tor.
I . | po
land,
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H0TIUI
Brnr Fi,., mineral  olaim,    iltuate  In  tbi
: r   il   ' .   -  Mining l.lvr -• Kn it.
•nay ■ lilrlot.
Where loeated:—On Bonania nreek, t
..tie mile lou'.h e«it   frum   Mlar-a   li .<
mineral claim
Take Dotleatbal I... B.N wmio. igct t for
I ...   Uc Velgh. 'r-«i min.-'i oerllfl
- -  - .  ■ .       .
of.toapp Minini
i, foi
obtaining a Crown Urant of tbe i   ivi
a .i.i further taki notl. -
in Hull .".,'. .., Ml . -   ,.
■uanoeof iuch oertlO .
Hated tun.*,n, n_,
OOtJ 0. B. .N   WII KIE, P i  '
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• ■ -  - 00 per w
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THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson  Bros., Proprietors
Evir.tnii.*a  new  amu   riKBT-CLASS in am, RrnrroTS
Fire  Proof Safe
.   Itlltuokad vltb Ull B«_l Wlaea aa.I Uaa** .a ibi lau-lit.
'
,osh, Proprlatr
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Ti
'Ol
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•ii.
proveuieiiti.
ted    thi*   6th
lay of Oct.,   a.d.
;o. B.H. WII.KIK.
NOTICE.
Tom Kdwarda mineral claim, iituate
!■ the Trout l«ke Mining Diviiion uf
WSat Kootenay dial n t.
Hl/rirr. located: On Bilver Tit. ninun-
Mia, about 1 \ mil'i fomi Bilver Cup
•Oil"
Bake notice that I, Frederli < Cl nrl-i
■Ui'.tt, K.M.C. No H8S04-J, acl ; •
!&nt (or John W Westfall,
B. BS7094, intend, ra'y days from
gk* >i*te h*r*of, to apply In ihe
Miaiug Recorder fir a Certificate of
iBpruvemenU, for ihe pnr|."i« of obtaining a Cr«wa iIrant of the above
Aim.
|a\nd further tak? notice that a
'■"
To D. R. McL
!'» may have transferred I  * .
in the Eml eral claim.
i ir -  .'o.tiie that It!-."
- x tier with you i:  I
rral .-.aim situate f Lar-
Ideau river between h
Icreoki In tire Trout i ike h iaion
of W, KooU the
cessary work and mad* I -.
are   on   the
claims fur the yean 1904 at d I
order to hold the sam* nodai i
I.f the Mineral   Act, anil  '   -    sari for
I which said work was performs I
pendi
• v. u  noti •■• thai il
dayi from the first |
you fail or refuse I
itesbi 'ire an.
-.ay the   colte
y iur ii tere it In I
■
i inder ano by *
■ f   ths Mineral Act
1900.
Dated at Trout Lake thlt 6th day of
Faao r.
7.06
#*o>r section S7, most bei immei
^■ore the issuance of iurli .ertili..ite ;£*> **.<( rfr-lAF     B*_f»    •.'i;7»*\_.
•Tlmprovementa. _.eVl*_ l¥   JUi-1      J.ji!.:,
Dated thia llth dav of An;., i.r. 1906.
3r t-QA
For High-Class Work.
C Quean
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• a Crown I Irant ol the  above |
I
er lake i
Di e. a.d.1905..
i
it    Lake,
Revelstoke
UATri
I
lUltLL
I. Uodar '.aa _;•• iia;i^ti_»_L
I'.Wil
i.rand Hotel
ItOSSI/AND
IS
::ng for a ]
:.d
ll
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j,ce to Stop at j
WHEN IN BOSI I AND.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout. Lake Livery
Freighting
Eawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Siskin af Troat L_kt.
—o —
.... ■ .j Loder
Props.
tin-- :_;-;
tl   •  i
iween   •. - -    •
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>er  U
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Motel
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
-
Th* I.
ll.e
uf   sal
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*J»r,
Musical
Bulletli
MialatNewa.
.it
J, IS'orir*
ExcellGnt    Accommcdatiori
Best Liquors
And Very feest Cigars   1%
E. L. MORAND,-  I
Lumber Co., _«tn'tcrl.
v_ sin
s
s** $*"_?»)
_>«_-" a i
Lardeau
Hotel
B**a
to
Sandy Laugltton
Proprietor.
w
MM
HEN  risiting  Ferg is
"ny i.i the J
Hotel.     Hers   I
w,ll   !i"   sum in . - I   with
In ni- comforts
cuisine,     w« I   •
,,, |    warm   i   iais,    wi ii
it, .■:•- i    »r,  iur!   evi rytlii 'K w;
se, .ih  in     i       •     •    K yniT vi.ii a I
pleaaant anil memorable oi e.
Bates from $1 day upward
We strive to iiUafs onr futrnis.
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fi
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PBRGUS6.
.
MACKINNON  and]
SUTHEELAND
•
.. -
General
Merchants.
FERGUSON - - E 0.
.
T. RE hare bei n fortonri
by judicious Investment in Re .. E il ■.:••, r.nJ
..!-.. 'i
•- *r»_r«.
Tho reaps the hartest h
I, fic he  lits
J
i tl nt
■' in*
I  LAKE.
Tr-cut Lal *
io i i; aa a i
,     .   . .    ;
1 in
■   -
!.
i i elinial   Is bu]
I . stremes, it
1 ci ol In
1    summer.     Ii can Inast of     me   f
•railed
i.     tn    ei     lent  ■_•" ■ rn] stores,
i io at lhe adv. rtisements
i'llill   nill   dhow   ti
.1 ri pre isutcd.
-
»»■•*■*•* m ii*—t.r:«iwieir*wi i ki- ■■**■■- — ■ nmrnm _-_r-»*« -
t.mmmmm*. *. -*. f*-_ n__a.*a*aii_r__ai_*aa_—m*<ss»
H. McPherson
Trout Lake, B.C.
»ari» > * t- i-****^
I ec*r>
Lots can bs
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Moke your
selection at |
ence.
••   ••
Thnn c*H on
cr  v/riio to
-_tf aW
_J
***c_i
S7 |ii • never bail a ' br-om "—Its
growth bus been steady. It Is
tie bead of navigation, and
the terminal of tie Lardo brarr-b
of tl e C.P.R. All roads (in tha
Lardeau) had to Trent Lake. It
Is tbe commercial centre of the
richest n inrral district on the
continent, ami h»s banking far! 11-
I rovidid by th" Imjeilal
Bank of t'flnada ; first-rings school
accommodation under the direr-
th.;. if B. Shannon, B. A.; a good
w.iti r n\ • t. in ; government offices ;
County Court sittings' Method let
Episcopal and Anglican churches
and cottage hos| [tal.
* ar< valuable ranob iHtil*
in the outskirts awaiting settlers,
Ita lumber resources are magnifi
-, and a   bund saw mill   with a
00 f!. 1 *r day !s st
t   i bead of lhe lake.   Ti e niit.es
utaiy  are proving ont bigper
irotlucers every  year, with   n«w
i      i ecta opening up rich bodies of
ore.
There will be a big rush this
vi'nr, so if you would know
more, write al once to <itber of
the ii_. ti!« nt tho addresses below.
F. B. Wells
Genora) Agent
Revdstoke, B.C.
M
Vi
UUUWWWWlUUiW»5WU.lWUWUsU4UiWWW Job Printing of every description wiil be faithfully executed at the Review Jot      pt
*"•***-»
Tl
rei-guson
Freighting
and
Packing
Outfit.
iv*x
w
S. DANEY, Prop.
W.   Abrahamson
Co iincls entiini into fur packing nf Mining
in ui..- point in i be .list rici.
r. mil, pr. mpt oervieu, nml nut wi rl. undertaken gun  ml
■ nl infill Inn
Contractor
And Builder.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
l_l_CSAl_
V i; K li C, V. I.I. 10TT,
UAKRIS1 ER. NOTARY
PUULIC, ETC.,
I'i'iiui Lake, B. C.     and Ferguson.
li,,, s. MeCarter, ■'   A. Harvey
I   •    PINKHAM
iarvey McCarter s pinkhham
SOI ICI .i'i;--, I h .
REVELSTOKE    B.  C
ton i.n Imperial I'.... I nl Canada.
W, I. BRIUGS -I   M   SCOTT, 11 u,
Scott &, Briggs
Ban isti i.- mnl Sol., ll
Soli. it. n Ior Molson't hunk.
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
. c
o
i r
;
City Drug
:;
'ROPRIETAKY
MEDICINES
•RESCRIPTION
WORK.
n.
__
School Supplii
Toilet Article
Etc.
BTRIOTLY 0A.1
V FULL LINE OF CHOICE STATIONERY
; A   I'I I.I.  I.1M
.....
I,,
-. . . .. ■■ .i-.,'- _I
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT  l_AKI_,   B  C.
II. ad Office:
ONTO,   ONTARIO.
Capital Authorize,],$4,000,000
Capital [paid up] -   3.500,0fln T
Re •   -       - 3,500,000
Branches in the Northwest Territories, Provln   a of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario nn.l Qui bee *
■ T. R. MI'l.RITT, President. D. R. WILKIE, Vice-Pres. an.l Qen. Man.
Owner   of   the   Abraham" i K. HAY, Assistant Oen. Manager.      VV. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
SOrl Addition tO the Trout    la*-.    H.    r. HwkIi-A    Oco.nl    Itatklnf    BntlfMM    Trin.acteil
Bavii ,:a department—Deposits ri ceived an.l Interest allowed.
Townsite.
Get a Home
l-or    /ourself.
iimf'-i Sold available In all part* of Canada.
Trille.! Sliilri i.im!  Rumpe.
Sjw-i-ini attentlnoTflvan t*. nonaction! and
MIL'    I   '   lldl.
T. it. BAKER,
rian«.£er
j Don i Pay Rent.
Easy Terms.
O.B N WILKIE, P.L.S..
Provincial Land Burveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveycd
•nd Crown Orants ObtilneU
.KoHl.1t.nrre -Next Itecord OffJrc,
1 rent l-iikP. It t'
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARD
WARE CO   LTD-
Hardware, Miners' Br   plies, Stoves
..i..I Ranker..
t.EI_SOIM, B.C
ALE^
CRAWFORD
TI1E   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Bftdjdle, Pack ami Cartage Horse" Always fur Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
RESERVE,
RIGHT OF WAV  FOR   RAILWAYS,
I ic.
Notice is hereby given lhal "'I Crown
lands along the located lines .fanj rail
irer, or trami ay company, in-
i orpor I'.e.i   under  sutri .rily   ol    I! >•
I egislatnre ..I (Inn Province, an I ha\
mi: a width ..I fifty (80)  leet seh
aide ..f said lines, ar*. reserved fi i righl
■ if way purposes (or such railway, powi i
ui trainwiii .ompany.
W. 9, GORE.
Deputy Com. of I and) and Works
I ands A \v'.,rks Dept.
Victoria B C , 3rd Oct., 1906,
Best Hotel hi Town,
Headquarters for Inii      Couercial to.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R. KclENNAN,   PROP
aS^EE_5SeEaEESBSSaSBEiS©S_«3»6
TEe Lardeai* Brewing
 Company	
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE
No. II
I . i i . i i  1-
*♦*-*->-*-♦-♦
NOTIC
Tenders fur Mineral Claim Forfeited
lo the Crow li.
Tenders will l.e received by the un
deriigned un lo 12 o'clock, noon, ..i.
Friday, tbo I2th dav of Janunry, 1000,
,'or ihe pnrrbiisi' of the undermentioned
mineral clniniB, which «t-ra forfeiie.1 to
the Crown at the Tax Sale held in ihe
Government office at Kas|i>, BC, ontbo
Til. May of November, 1 N 4.
To be considered, all tenders muni be,
ni lesst, equal to (he upset f>ri__ »s
given below, which is equivalent lo the
Klin.nut    fi.r   whirl,   in. 1.   claims COulrj
bine been rei'Ur. Iiii-. il hy the owner Ol
owners on Ihe 30th oi June, IBM, lo
getlior with tbe taxes whien have sc-
crued since ihe inx sale, lhe cost .>f ...I
vertiaing (nr leaders, anil Crown grai i
fee
Niune i.f claim     Lot No.     Upset price
Little Montana       2f B |77 80
I'ulrski 1-8U0 ij.7'..
Each lender must lie sen mpanied l.v
a certified chi <]in* f. r lhe full nm. mil
ihere.if, nayable ni par hi Kmlo, in
fiiiur ot theuiidentignorl. The chequer
of all unsuccessful tenderer! will be im
mediately returned,
K. E. CHIPMAN,
bovcrnmeul Aucnt.
Kaslo, II. C.
H. N. Coursier
RBVELRTOKE, Ii. ('
F I K K     I N S V V. A N C !•:
LOSSES   I'AIH   PROMPTLY
Write fur Rates.
Daily atsge leaves   Ueaton at 12 o'dock for Tront I uke Ferguson and Camborni
LeaveB Ferguson, via  Trout l.nke for Beaton at 7 n in.
Hranch Btablea at Tront Luke, Beaton, Ferguson and Carobnn i
**■&*•**
I r nr. . ting" '..' !<! tli
.w*«   Hall   .i.r.
■ lahl  .•   -
ii'.:.n-Ic       . i
.■rs oor li.iii v welcome.
O. Jacobann, N. .; : A. W. Ed*
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No39
■fV f      AF.  & A.M.
)*tVr A   3rd   Thursday each
'    \S i.ii.i.th
Visitors Weli'i.inc
|G  Fonl Ired, See. ll. McPherson.W.M.
s-»ii".'."."n
Lager Deer
and Porter.
Draft (§. Bottled.
EEm^EBEmJSBB8BBBB£EBBB&Wn
I.- - •r**'_4*c»o-*:■-      ■ 11
0 K
Barber Sbop
£  KOI! A	
(loo.i Shave or Hair Cut
— (A I.I. ON	
William Schnell,
PBR0D80N.
C Hot and Cold Baths
..   . J. ■ I■ ::c ■: z s. l .: r -.
Aorounini.t.      ....       Allftttor.
J. c. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
Oni.'ie comnanya' Interests earefully
|r...keil after.
Anni lorUfjurtav'a riann*
FLOUR~~
:FLOUR
■Starhep & Co.
WHOLESALE PF.AI.KKS in Butler
V>g.Rp,    Choeje,    I'roiluco    an.)   Fruii
.Houaton Bk.,' .tepbine St. NelSOD.B.O
Revelstoke Assessment
District.
Take Notice that I shall hold i
,t'ourt of Revision nml Appeal
under the "Assessment Act, l'.'u.'l,"
for tho Revelnlokc Assessmeril Din
triot, on Monday, the 27th day oi
November, 1906, at the hour oi 11
o'clock in the fori noon, at th
Court House, Revelstoke
Dated   nt  Revelstoke  thi.i 2.'5rd
day of October, 1905.
C. M. FIELD
Judge of the Court of Revision
nml   Appeal,   Revelstoki    Assi
menl I)intrict of West Kootenay.
Imperial
Barber Shop.
For GOOrl   Ihrr.-mtrrn.' at..I
HhavitiK g," I"
G. A. CHEESEMAN
Tl HIT I.AKKl 11 \
Hov, and   Cold   Baths.
\_k_^.^.j.-. -_ _-.'vT_   _ ,.~J ^-*-',,_***l
Raymon
$3.50 per 1001b.
NOTICE.
During the   Winter   Months our Store will
be op^   from   8  a.m.   to   7   p.m.,  except
Saturdays and nights preceding  holidays
Trout Lake
■BfurrrfWiTK mm j
FLOUR:
The U C. ASSAY and (fl HICAI
5UPPLV Co., Ltd.
Vaxoodvm, B, 0.
Headquarters lor Assayers, Mining snd
Mill Supplies. Sole agents in B. 0. foi
Morgan Crucible Co., Battersea, Beg-
land; F. *"*. Branri ..Co.'s Patent Can
Fumar-ea, Burners, ate. i Win. Ain*c
worth A Co.'i Fine Balances, ste„ etc.
V.M. Westfall & Co.
^F^OUR
Mlntni nn.k.T*.
MlnlfiK I'rniiertlol lli.r«.rli'l iln
Ml... k.iiiiI I'ronporll BOUHhl ami Sniil
MiningProparMMLooked aiht n>r Nmi-ltfii-
Ucr.t*.
'   ' ■"''<'        Trout I 'ilfp   V   r
,. ..,r..,, , ,, « rotiv i.,iKe, iii.
= assaying ■
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE* l c.
Gold ..r Silver ,
(i'.bi and Bilvsr 	
Bilverand Lead	
CopP" ....'.'.'.'.' ton,
'*""- fl 50
3   SHANNON,   .ssayer
FH«flUS„N,j.c
IIS Bar We" Supp,ied wit»* Liquor-s 6l Cigars
Urgs Comfortable Bowm,   Excellenl Cuisine nml Attendanqe
Madden & Levesque  -   *  Props
P.Burns&Co'F.B.Well*
WHOLESALE i-    RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
Dea,ef8,D«'I t*indtoffre8hM-.ni
rKOUTLAKE.B.0
RE\ BLSTOKE   B C
RAW FURS
BOUfiHI
CA5H    PR.ICF:..    PAW

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