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Newspaper -in N.
Kootenay. Best advertising  medium.
The representative
of tin- rich Ltirdeau
country.     Sent  to.,
any address for $2
per un. in advance.
VOL. I
TROUT LAKE CITY,  B.   C,    DEC.   30th  1904.
No. 8.
I The        iSteS
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r^ Brigade *»y ii'.'tu"rnup"H
Christmas has come and gone,
and in ;ipiln nf itt< accompanying
festivities, there comes to utc all in
these wayback mining towns a
vague sense oi something being
missing iii cur lives. Whether the
void is imaginable from a dull
comprehension ol the pimple story
nf the " Babe of Bethlehem," or
whether It results from our ton
worldly pursuits of empty joys, we
know not. Certain it is lhat at
this festive season the h art yearns
for old associations, and many of
ti.- would do nitieli to gather around
:• gigantic camp-fire fur this New
Years' Eve nil the old-timers, or
pioiu ers, of our glorious country,
hut for the nonce we must be content to gather them in spirit, nnd
us there tire many old-timers on
nur sub. li.-t who will hail with delight as a " letter from home " a
knowledge of the meanderingson
this unsympathetic globe ol an old
parti er, we have endeavoured to
loe-aU' a large number of the " Boyi
of the Old Brigade."
Perhaps one of the earliesl on
the spot was .lini Livings! u. who
hopes to make a stake of the Bam*
Uler in the r-pnng. Jim is now
Lucking wood at 5-Mile to obtain
•• the necessary '" for another blasting campaign. Cheery Jack Stau-
*.. 11 la -'ill to Ik.- found very near
the Review ofloo; Andy Word is
ptitti' g in Iii-* time raising spudi
and ci eh near the Lake ; Ole Lermo
is around Popiar; Oeb. Windsor,
of Coppei Queen fame ia wintering
in Trtuii Luke ; Andy uiitl N..;ih
Abrahamson are keeping, or   wi
creel ion of the Ferguson skating
riuk ; Joe Brady, of the Oregon
group, is generally to be found near
the payroll centre, hut lie is stacking 'em them just now not a bun-
ilred miles from Kevelstoke. Charlie llulsey lias this week joined the I
WMM.,
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iSHORT        	
1 YARNS   flfe
A religious young  nian had olj-
forces at "tbe Cup; Hobby Burns is jtaineel permission to visit ihe
inCranbrook; OlePetereon is at prisoners at a local prison to try
the Triune, where also Walter aud convert tbera. His first at-
Edwards  punches the dough and! t(!"1l'1 was on an old and hardened
,       , , , .,,        ,  .        ,    .       u.:...i      l.„.„       1,„      (r.1.1     II,,.
anybody  else   who  spills  his fat.
Al. Ohlsholrh and Jack  Monroes
are operating at the Nettie L, while
■Jack Budy and Johnny Parisian
are up at the Lucky Boy. A. IL
Jloldicli has gone back lo the Old
Country, where a legacy awaited
him. Arthur Qunn is out on a
trapping expedition, whilst his
brother Bob has just installed himself mine host at the Coronation
hotel. Camborne ; Arthur Evans is
erecting u hotel at Beaton ; miner
Jim Gurrie is now running the Reception Hotel, Camborne ; Jack
Molnnesia still dodging trouble in
the near vicinity, and Bill Batoy
is wintering in Calgary ; Chummy
Johns* n is still getting three
square! a day and an eye-opener in
Ferguson, and Gordy McLennan is
bossing a lumber outfit on (ialena
Bay.
Sam Shannon is still to bo seen
around Ferguson, also his brother
Will, while other old timers with
a decided proferment for the payroll
centre attractions are Hurry Carter. Lew Thompson, Mr. and Mrs
J. C. Kirkpatrick, Frank Lebeau,
l'asil Smith, l»;ul Maefatlane, Andy
Kiinkitic. Jim Graham. I'r New-
0<>mbe, Charlie Foote, Mr. and
Mrs s. Daney,' George Weir, Will
Skinner and Lad Dubay. Mrs. B,
O'Connor has s'ill the o'd cheery
■sails ai the Windsor, whil-t Steve
Slinger is piloting the Bain.oral
Hotel to tii" intense satisfaction ol
new comers and old timers ; j lly
old Dad Black is still (running to
the edification cf all the Ferguson
Hot    1     fllitl.   U„pl.l.„i io nn,. e.l
pronrietor of the Lardeau hotel
broth r Jack devoting his sole
attention 10 the Union Hotel at
Reveistoke with Hob as h's aide-
de-camp. Perm Pettiplece is on the
editorial staff of the western Clarion nt Van.-rn v r and eagle Woodward was lust heard of in New
Westminster. Jack UcKinnon and
<ani Sutb rlnnel nie still partners
in   a   large   general   business, iii.il
Uec Cummins is to be found look-
ing after tbe interests nf the B. .1
Cummins & CoHl More. tie irge
Batho is lo .king after the interests
,.f Mulock at the post-office ; Al.'.'.
UihIiIs is superintending the ope r 1
tint s nt the l'linne. while an-tlu r
old-tinier nil Ling shoulders with
1 un- 1---.-.. ,   - 1 him thxre is Pete Cameron. Harry
i o.-iu. Ne-ls  Boden, Ed. Morgan  fjodsal is In a si re at Vaneouuer;
Frank     Lovett,   Frank    Holtenjjaki   Smith and  family have re
Monte  Morgan, Jack Nelson, who
is   running  th"  Dominion hotel
with Billy Schiiioik. E I. Master-
son, and Joe Verschoyle.
Geo.   llaiiibly  has gone to E'iBl
Kootenay in the pursuit of wealth ;
Joe Murray is diguing at the Bea-I
trice mini | Alec Olliver is sailing
nit.iiiiil Vancouver: Bert Fowler
and Sid Graham are sacking ore
ut   the   Mammoth :   Dick Robert!
la at present nursing a refractory
gaolbird lo whom ho told the
siory of the prodigal sou. The old
situ.cr listened attentively, and
when it was over ho said, 'Eh, stir.
that be a fine story, would yer
cum a bit nearer and tell it me
again?"' So drawing closer our
religious friend told the story
uga'n very earnestly and solemnly. Agai.i the old man sucmed in
ruptures and said, "Eh, sur, its a
grand story, will yer cum 11 bit
nearer and tell me it just once
more?'' So drawing still closer be
told the story all over again.
When he finished (here wore l ar,
in the o'd mint's eyes, nnd the
young man v.as very happy in the
thought tl.at he had made a c in-
veit. so he asked,'"Well, my fri- n I.
what part of this Story mak. s you
feci you warn to live n better
lif.?" "Oh; sur, it bean't exactly
the B'ory, sur, but it's like this
Yer see, su1'. 1 .vn't 'ad a drop'o
lo ize 11 11 n bit of 'line .a for three
month*, ui.il yunr breath, i's fair
lovely lM
Solomon nnd David  lid very merry lives
With very many cor-cuhinea
And many, many wires;
But when old age ciept o'er them,
And conscience gave them qualms,
Solly    wrote    tho    Proverbs  and
David wrote tho Psalms.
She was out of breath as she
dashed into the police station.
"Oh, sergeant,'1 she gasped, and
then stopped.
uYe«, mailpin, whut is it?"
"I don't like to te'l yon."
'•Proceed. Jlive you been robbed nr "
"Robbed, sir, cruelly robbed.
Last night someone stole a lot of
things out of my box.''
"Jusf ;;ivu me a list of the
articles stolen."
"1   couldn't  do that,  for  tbej
took two pairs of elastic "
Well, two pair of elastic what?1'
'til.. 1 lealiy couldn't s-iv : but.
Mr. Policeman, if you see anyone
wearing them, urn-si them."
Before tlie sergeant recovered
she v\;is gone; and now to all her
i eighhors she tells how stupid the
police are, that ihey cannot detec:
crime even when they have a elm
at first hand.
msmm
another now bonnnl; she tries that
game again, but he isn't having
any and tells her sho is no woman,
Ho ealches cold through having to
«".7,":. :.~„L_,■ _»_,-,.   Cg^^CSj <leep with a   damp   fox terrier,
^^MSMmm.B.L\mmmB. i„.c„„ghs, ei* euros that cough,
^ An Essay   jj
9 cn Woman h
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HAKESI'EAHESAYS: ''MAN
has  seven      ages,''    nobody
but the poor chap dies just as he
is cured; she draws a sigh and hia
s
knows how maty ages a woman club money, opens a temperance
has, because she never tells the \hotel iin(1 makea lier fortune by
truth about the matter, So I'll wtting bottlertbeer to the lodgers,
diagnose   woman    in   the   three '«nd   lives   happy   till   Bhe   dies,
which ei.deth tho last stage of we-
man.
" He bad n play produced by
amateur company the other night,
I believe. Who was the hero of it.
do yon know?'' " I was one. I
-at through it."
A farmer's man took Doc. Rob
tiisem a note the other day. and
whith souii! difficulty spelt out
"Please send nie a bottle of fizzi'\"
"Hel'.oa," exclaimed the dac'or.
"'F-i-7.-r-'"-c' ii. n't s; ell physic"
"'Don't it," said the luetic, "whai
do it spell, th ii'.'"' The doctor
gave it up.
siiiuhl say tb"   Wu.
hotel   in
ibis city is  keeping them;   Qui
Bergo is still on tbe spot; genial
Jim Snell i* now operating at the
Tr line ;   Fred   Johnson   is at the
Bilver Plate ;   Archie Maul maid
J, 0.  Pipe r.  Pi t •  Culkeen,  Da
Carothers, Walter Phalen, Old Bob
McCord,   J.   W.   W. stfiill.   Oscar
Jai'obson, An«ly Craig, Jack Haner,
•luck Simpson, Johnny Langstaff
Prank Ahcy, Fred Campbell. Hugh
McPherson, Strve Woods, and last,
but not hast, Mr*. Jo wet', are -till
of the opinion  that  Tmiit Lake is
the one spot en earth ; while Strang
tin. e win.  have east in their b'ts
with  the   Poplar  camp  lie   Jack
Happy New Year
To Our Readers.
S Bill Magee of Circle $
a     City. m
\\\< Yl'I.I-:ril>K atCircleCity
ar.tl gloom was everywhere :
There »a« aadnesg In tlie little
camp ami gOITOW in II.i1 air.
'U
nip ami aorrun ... »«.- ...
A more doleful set of faces one won!!  \\ |
not curt- lo see, -.,.,,..■ j
ilny the uoyj laid out the corpse ol! and then a golden 1
MNir old I'.ill Mages. into 1 k ■».
They linnlly reachetl   the  exaxe. that
yawned beneath a spreadin' tr^e,
Tha parson toll bow pme had been thi
lifeuf Will Magee,
And ns the) beard th- kindly thinga the
clergyman 1ml said.
They almost thought lhat angel's wing?
area tnroutin' fruin the dead.
Tbev  lowered  the cnttiu  down  with
hands as sternly an a clock's,
And tin'ii began to shovel in the Rravel
oil the box,
ci suddenly they stooped the arork.
" Whew ''
t rams a-nashlu'
Hie
I'wiis pneu
throat ut Ferguson, while bis part
i.er, Charlie WoodroW is tilling in
nar Poplar; Frank Trainor is
batching on the 5-Mile road, nnd
Arthur Peel who I as three brothers
fi' m the old country with him, ir
M-| uniting bullion from rock in tin
silver ...ill at 6 Mile; Will Mac-
il- n.i'cl is lniiiingiiig it bra: ch o
ihe imperial Bank at Prince Albert
Surk.; Barney Crllley is man
ager of the Great N01 thorn Minos
and i- nowon bis way to C llifomi
to get sunburnt; Angus MoDougal
is still to be found Bt the Silver
Cup. where also Nels. Anderson.
Have Cowan, Otto Olson and .link
Kennedy wash their linen. Mayor
Marshal is wedded to Ferguson
and occasionally leaves bis old
chair to reach out for a jackpot
In nk Barber fs controlling  thi
iTti'ly gone to Polouw country;
.lack McCale Is delving at Movie ;
Billy Lciperh as embarked for a
trip to bonule Scotland, and is ere
this feeding the fishes. Andy Cuiu-
inings is swamping near Seattle :
Jimmy Grant is telling the tale In
Nelson ; Charlie Copp and Ma'.
Mathieson are wintering at the
Triune niine ; Neil McDdonald is
at 5-Mile, and Faddy Murphy is
running a hotel in Saiulon. (!u>
Johnson, (J%JArvog and (iusCol-
i|iiist   are  working  on   their   iivvn
property at 5-mile ; Tony Beckci
is superintendent at tho Ivanhoo,
near Sandofi :   Harry Langloy i?
II.,.11111 01   W 1
tedc
they
I..
Il<
I P.nt sent
th   ' Ireat Di<  I.
Hut with very little wrangling over lile'a
extinguished lamp.
They nrrung»il u mighty fum-rul just to
advei in-.- the camp.
1' s.nil ol Bill .1 irosi ' And then Lew Thompson gave young
.loe a -«nt upon the ear.
Seal Mara! all jiitn;>eil aboard ol Low in
n most decided wa\.
And 'ben the savage) terrier pup jumped
headlong iu tin- fray.
I know   i>! places  where a man who
ghnfflea off Ins coil
Is pitched lace down with boots ou in
scarce a fool ol soii;
lint tlie boys of Circle City said such
tilings had had ilnii .1 iy,
And they'd bury him with socks on In
a decent Christh 11 way,
[Continued on page -.]
Then Son,iv Smith  be pulled big gun.
n.nl Willy SUinnei his,
And in 'bout  a hall n second the lea.1
began 10 whiz.
For several humming minutes it was a
i'cirfu! iinv.
With ul! upon ihe around before tin
smoke bad cleared away.
Ihe paifon, when he heard tho shots,
whipped up his old grey mare,
' mild that fiim
s„ they hired « Urdcau preacher of
tSSTzPi•»' - T'"£!:,V,;:;r-""
,.,   ,'"**,lLwl'rl   prions lit thelaml  When that ottlcjaj reached the spot, im
I lii-re   are  eonie    i •■
tbai'd go n lini*' l"gl er,
But this msn was no grafter by my own
illusliii'ii.t
I A Good Ch.istmas Box for j
^    Lucky Jack Simpson.
The gale of the Hccla and Calu-
„„.,,„, Rapid Oreok the early pari
nf tho week lo tho Spyglass Co. ii
another mark of progress Ihesc
claims are rich In free gold, n full
description of the leads, etc, being
given in  "«'   t'oliiiiins a WW weeks
ll,"!lno. Simpson bought a half Interest about a month ago for 1150,
which now returns him 15,500. W(
understand work will be started at
once by tho purchasing company
Hie owner of the other hall is Jack
Chi-ni, who is also to bo congratulated.
', 1
-I At two o'clock tlie cnI'.in pni -'.I lb
Hill's wide cabin door.
With Soapy Smith and I'iil tho 1
hot.!.ling lo 1 he fore.
.loe the printer, with his
III hold the collin up,
Tin 11 followed old Will Sklniiei, will
his little terrier pup,
•■ i
ICS, III I pel
nr-iliiitely did be
lack a location notice on ths hoailitoni
11 M igeo,
Itemarkin' tu the wounded, " 1 regret
you can't agiee.
I'll record these placer diggings  ami
c insider i! my fee."
Ami so before the suu was done ihe re-
coi.ls were completo,
All   in  accordance  with tho law at the
■hack down In U.o street.
-taifcs. nam. Iy—old  maid*, young
mnids and   married  men's wive.
Butting age  before  honesty
take   the   old   maid stage,
mauls as a ru'e are unmarrie
ire in 110 way  responsible f»i
increase of   lobulation.     An
maid is not allowed to be a
niirM-, unless she  beouies a hospi
tul   nurse  and   gets   caught in
shower of ruin.    You   tan't blam
an old maid for being tin old niaij
it's twenty to one its  no fault 0
hers ;  it'.i a cinch if  old  maids
could p.is-   Acts   of Parliament
the 0 would be none left to pas- Acts
at, all.     S >me   Lave  been  disappointed  in  love,  but a3 the poet
aid, "'Tis  better to  have had D.
T's than nevet drink at all."   Old
maids as a ru'e are partial to cats,
tho re-a3i-n for.that  i-t this   cat's
resemble men iu one re pc< t, they
ramble.
I never sneer at old maids, bc-
cauac my mother wa< an i.l.l maid
before s'e got   married.    Old
maid gi-n'rally quarrel wih thtir
neigh! ors,  because  they  luivo no
tiiisbtud nt home t> quarrel wiib;
1 Ley generally preach on woniea's
rights, can y.iu Wonder?    Ah ! you
man ied ladies that have got bus-
bands, go down on y< ur knee s and
rrtiiin   thanks    tl at    you   weie
lucky   etiough   lo entrap   ono or
until! 1'* noblest work.,—uiun
We will turn from  old maids to
1  more  tender    subji-ct    nnnely
young maidi.   We will  m.w take
thu young  maid,   of   conrv,  we
""•/j toko  b'-r  too  far  in ca'e o'.
accidents; we win t-uj,
I lushtt g maid of Bevctitei n, this is'
1 nly supposition,   be^aure young
maids cense  blusbiig before that
iige,   ir.d   g 1.1 r illy     buy   their j
blushes at 'li. druggists at -•"> cents'
a box; at lhi' n/o siic falls iu lov '
with a mere man, and through an;
.veid. se of 1' bs'.r nippers gener I
ally dreamt   love's  joint  dream. I
which if not  lakeu care of, may
end in an acute t a -' I I nightmare; i
e drinks small p. r's win n she is I _ili_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
out with   Iur   linicee.  bul abscrb-l A   PRETTY   WEDDING,
h" major portion ul ber pa's sup-| 	
pi bici w'uii iii V ut hour'.   She       Wedding   bells rang out  right
stiff rs with cold leet at tight, bui  merrily   last   Friday at   Poplar
,;,    iu hope ui'a cure fortliecom- Creek   when W. Ernest Marshall,
plaint.     Tl ough    in    love    she  the j opu'ar and energetic young
nidus   economy;    for   instance, j station agent ol the C.l'.K. was
when iLc's seated In the parlor J married to Miss Nora Lee Morgan,
with her pursuer sh- rega'a e  tbe , the charming and only daughter of
gas lutii er, io as to stve ber p »or E, M. Morgan of this town,
pa'.- gas bills.     He   makes ber    The ceremony was performed by
p cn;-. there arc several stages the Rev. F K. Sharps at the home
of pr s nt-; h ■ suite wi'h Bnwert  ,.f the bride's parents, in the pn-s-
gluvc,   etc.,   gin r illy  fiiiidiing I encc of the family aud numerous
with pieieiitii i« h-r garters, at this . friends of the young couple.
Lige parents step iu nnd iusinu-1    The bride came to 1'oplar soon
ate, thing* have-gone  fat enough,!after the tirst gold excitement to
' mid asks him  his  intentions,  be join her father, and  has resided
save   l.e   Intends—sho   fajs   she here ever  since, and  by her kind
could live mi  bread   and water and engaging manner has endeared
with him, he idlers tu provide the J herself to all who had the advan-
water.   Tho parent! toll* lies and tag* 1 moating her,
say they are sorry to ptrt with |   Tl • bridegroom came to Poplar
he'r daughter,    Tie happy ilaj  before the depot was built to do
inivts, nil Ler family g> to t'nc tb,  business of the town and the
/
Msyor Marshal wlthagunnysack Hwed
0w^Cl%unm\hobi t,Uw
iJt^^d&l *****
A„ tt^'tw.rl'X  bourn   from
which no travellers rotorn.
C
eier,  ns inane
\n I now thai tin
arc aware,
Uliviu'iif! Unit placer claim, a nullli-
milllonalre,
While that parson oil has mentioned,
confidentially m me,
Prom that eventful day to this he never
got hia fee.
w< dding t" s-« thai Iho brlth- company. He 1ms fully carried
groom don't ercitpc, the parson lout the precepts of Sir Th.:11ns
put- ih- usual qtiietinn to him, be18hm ganeasy of finding oui what
There will be lots of fun around
1 he district, commencing to-morrow
night. Perhaps tbe children are
eXiMieil over ilia New Years' dawning, a ileal nu ivthnii nnvof us. To-
morrow night everyone should
iiiuke ginil the hearts of the children
glad by attending and applauding
their mighty efforts to entertain
their seniors.
.leads guilty  and gets a life sentence.
Wo now arrive at the tuarric
utate,   fho    starts   showing    Im
authority, he Standi on hisdignity
he pushes him   off,   ho throw
was 10 be done, then li"W to do it,
and doing it ; and We up here dure
swc.ir that Sir Thomai lias no more
faithful and energetic instrument
in bis hands to look after the inter, sis of  tho shareholders  of bis
•lie   jjusucs   .inn    -■•>!    ■■-       1— .   ..
snacks at ber, she throws the flat company, than Mr. Marshall, to
•ron at him ; he buys a bonnet f | whom [and lus b. >'K' w.- wish all
'nuue ..litters, wh-n the fashion ; the happiness and joy that a happy
„,;.„„,,.■„ ,,,„, ,|, lBftl„, result   niarrtad llfecan bring to then..
/   V The   LARDEAU  Ml '   Q
REViEW.
!-■ r.niteil iC Taut UUtel'lly, ana I'ni:. 'ed
i : . risiisnii e.i.-i Croat La tie every lY'ity,
i- i ■ i; ie. i .     a not gold li n   nil iv«    ">>
pressed In Hie column* ol ihe Topic.
ah I.."uls win i.e oharaed at Mm- inn   fit) | a   Ins ol I home III U
Bants per line, ttisl Insertion, ami locpin  l'«t |
ling.M.c'.iNiiiisc.nu-iii ins. ,\ |,(;. ]; iy of line jew
l>  R. Mi'L.'iiniii  1 I! chuintf the
flist of the wed;  io spend  Xmai
iiry Street, MONTRSAL.
HIGH CLASS TAILORS,
MM MMMMMn
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., i- t, rl\ !. bo represented iu Ihe Lar
- ' ,      • ...     ,, i. rvals
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II,
S..tjacS«.S
JJ   I.f     ■'.!       £V
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Tei-ni.i..|. rnui-ii'm iu-.il oiler nivfi' ;riR  ,i „ (Uiv Di'iiir Store   Ladies riufl .
.mi i r ni-i i- '. , .wu ..-i atiptii'uti.m ni. .lev , '   '   -   •' ....   iji.n.- i u...  ■      ()„
brotichfs, watch-chains, brae lets
Si»i:;t" le New Year presents.
Th iCautious Ottering;Ooinpiiuy
wi 1 on'or to tl.o community at th<
res'ilonco of XV. B. Holleuib ok ot
it lIlS.T,, 1 ' ti   ■ i ,11 , 111 IktlVdll. e.
MURRAY fife, ATHERTON PubSic' irs
The Old Brigade.
i lit.    Hold yoiii
A, 8c
make
him,
a ■"*-»■    -tmmi-.Tur
-1th  fur A '   i Lftiu
[Continued from page 1|
still ranohing near thisc ity ; 1 ry
O'Brien  ii   -till on  tl I I l™"" ""! " [' ,';!'.'V'"i.i''
apot, and Charlie Olson and ed J';'; /,'   ( .',
mery are to be found nt the '   .        ., .   ,
Lake,    Jack   Knowl.s is in ^ ™|",°e i„ charffi-
Similkameen i PeteFergu in
Turgoose, B.C., and brothei   ' rjy     <i,s''- B. Haner Kft this
tsnowresidinaat Vancouver, where >ng io *psnd a holiday wit
ion  f il'
iVIock.
.iurt.
■ nt   7 80
VALLANCE    HARD
ne*:l_Son, b. c.
.   lie IL
nd
tivvs In I'ttvi   li
Arcl com   :.
■.
in (he '■• nglican church ' rs
t,n ruing   itid    ■. in. .'.
'oiirtnf Id
:- -1 lea
.fS* ns
Lake,
JCmns
A-   !i 'ai
nti cit!
mm
1. ill? 1
.1 ;
•
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that
o:     I-
i    il
perc
stf wl I, 1»
CLOTHING
DRY GOODS
HARDWARE
Specialties'.
Comb Honey
Celery
Sweet Spucifc.
Christmas
Decorations.
M
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m&
i'      ono
pa on :.:    -.:..:." i
ii good       ry     lit '. ii.- :■'■:.
well kr.ov
Mr   ....    r wi 111
F. C.«
i:
• in -I', i I 14
. Court.
done him.
,_,   uniuti na
trior social i
on   Wednei
■   mo and C.
IITIFICATE OF IMl'ROVEMEN 1>
Nile.
Iroken Hill n im r*i
Genera!
enchants,
i*r j,  -_
NEW
"it
I
V.'"tt.
m
!(5
II ,
„_«-~ •. -   ■
ijUililuClli !
TT, ■■'-
r i f\ j.p
XJLU \i\jl
A I ADDER OP SWORDS.
!,.. it Parker, cloth. $1.50
'   LAST HOPE.
1   -    lernroan, clofn, 1.3U
IYS1 i'   SPRING.
D. VV.Higgins, Victoria. 1.50
r".'■ S BRIDGE'MANUAL
cloth. 1.50
■■• TrniL s  Pocket Book
■ Man's Pocket Book
. nie's Pocket Mem' random
Three- vols. 1.5Q
International
«|. in
rcut
Puts to flight the man with (olden
'■rest.
ACT 2~
Wftn no much work knows  ,e not
ithat to do,
Bo Santa decide i Motl
li,'     p]
t , ■
'■: ..  j .
woul 1
y
b<3
ft
- i ool at i! each -mr price tlJbO
r&e Oanaila Dm & MCo.
•":r-L.S.OrM,  B. C.
j from I
Wc 8tri\
'
n
FERGUSON.
MACKINNON and!:
!=!
act 8—n;
Santa  through 'love for 1 r lilti.
brood I.
Wins, the heart of the M .her eo   jl
good. i
SUTHERLAND
' I rune,   sweet
loud and free,
Aii i mis well '., itli ti
Cast of cl.
M ill, r Goose	
Man in '.!,!• Moon.  ,,. Rob
fclll.HV  ( laOS            v
(»IU Won,.in who swept tl.
from tin- nkv      ...
Mother Hubbard  I
•* Suits for trie
r     irec
ii  VV1
e Ilatl.o    |
ipStrii k
W   at
r   ; KB
l  ,!'     '   1    '•    >     ,
"'•      n
Garrtil    1*
(Ian   i     j
Jack Ilorucr U'.       .tlir-n n
*j In oui Woman who rode ti ■
While Horse  Mi : 1 Nei>h;it'
King ('ole    i,..y Pulton
( 1'llie   !  Gllltett
Fiddlers Three \ Wi     Seahiti I H
mnler
Red RWing Hood
Little Bo-Peep "
The Bachelor	
The Little Bride
Jack anil Jill j |"j£]
The Old Woman Who I
^lll»e	
Littlu I oy Ulna	
After Ul  •       . ■•;:'• V.
Woo]   \'e«ts t.iil   i aiiis.
Groceries.
i
mb-iim :■ I .,. i-ft :l i"".
iriWm»ieiit 'J   Mei 'j All
li
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated Brands  of   Ham, Bacon
ami Fggg,
.   i..CON,       -       -      B. C.
.' MjDRN HOUSE"IWSWS!
, <■■' i e.'iiif'xialiln linuip?   If».ilry
. . Hnase.  W.-II fnriiUiii-.i rooms
.   . . lly, llr.l f'wi It. ant.    In
d will And all tin Oast donvstlo and
*   i ....in and otsars.
Thom«a Madden. Prop-
E Ferguson & Cc.
«.!■• desleri in Wines, I.iquora
«'■«.   Ai;rnta for I'ahal Beer.
NELSON, D, C.
*NOW
.
iw   thn   time   fir   you
to Buy Lots.    N'V. r i\
the   Pre t-|iec'a cf Ptrrgus
so briffbt.
r-j
Tho  Town   of  FERGH80N
will be ton. of the) Greatest
Oro Producing Camps in the-
vroritl.     1 lie   high  degree I.f
KiicecBs bcIi eved by the
numcr urn WEA I.T1I Y and
PRACTICAL BRITISH nnd
A M I: RIC A N M [NING
COMPANIES now operating
there is a tii'iiite lo the
tremendous wealth of the bills
'c-.j
m
?S^%^ <hJ %
Ii, fi, MCDEEMI
Mem. OI..A.
S
1
1
Public Si. . i. if-; i.il, and
oil er     litutl Excellent
Wai. • . i-teiii. Streets,
Htotce ac.d Ri ,■!• ... . illu-
iniiied by I''• rv liuily
mnil (.er^ice. The townsite
la mliriirahly laid ..ut Gel in
NOW on tii • ground flour.
LuIh can  now  bo purchased
•  ri{un
UP.    *
$75
TOWNS! rE AGENT
HENRY FLOYD
RRVELSTOKE, ». C.
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1.1*0-   ' "I
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Daddy
CHARTBRBD ACCOUNTANT
1.   and Special Audits.   Rofer-
i     tdiaii Lank nf Commerce,
NELSON, E3.C
,•5-5..
We ,:, an itnmenr-e stick. ,'ii-i■•••••' ij pli k r.rn
i in specially. i'ou wui,i the Bent, Yon are
invited lo   inspect our immense stock and com*
j..ii" prices.
We have something Bpecinl in Winter <>\      m   .
■
FERCtUBON - - B. a
ROSSLAND  DIRECTORY
lion Brewing Co.
LIMITED
Brewers of Beer & Porter.
E      AT ALL HOTELS,
*
^ROSSLAND,
B.-C,
Prospectors' Excliao
I
BHATON, B.C.
\r
IITORS arriving at Leaton dim threshold of the Lanleii't)
via trrowhead, will find thli Hotel to be fully equipped
for blali-clagi trade,   'excellent ac nmodatloo.    A well
appointed and snseioni dinins hall. Ths best ol vVlneg.BpIuts
antl (linaia. Psnionsl Bupervision i» given to ths requirement! ol
patrona  Visitors to the Lardeau can rely on com fori ut thiihoti I
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
;lssc> t <• CM3 S3 ' r :t*£Z;i-
.it■<l^.-w.^w^• \PJ4^%^ ^j^^1
:4       *.
-V
I The representative I
Job Printing of every description will be faithfully executed it~ theTfevtevt .job Dept
iwn--v3v;s-i*!-T» tossy i
^•^i^JLAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
'■"•/. v.V-.-'e -'./ \rit ttotjAi,**ur
•Monte Mo"gan't8 in town.
A seasonabie Christmas editorial
f^'ccting arrived   this week from
the ofliee of tlie Victoria Times   it |
consisted  of some sprip of In.lly!
iiiul n bouquet of anowdiopg plucked from '.he outdoor jjhr.I. n > jjj
^'ii toria.   W.. .ui aorry w. are nol j
within  !''<;< king ^distance, bul
c    ...  ...ii in,-.1 ;-.    the    i.   .'
I'   bOX   111'   ■    ' l ■   !]'!     I  ':'    ll -     :
drops ,.i t hri inn.   !    llov
lini;,ire ?
"A but mi ''a have  prov  i a i
i an oui run i v avei * -
M at li   I)    III    tie    I
BAR WELL SUPPLIED WITH
Liquors and Eigars
Barge Comfortable Rooina
First Class Board.
Madden & Levesque
Props
/■rtZIL   GtAWFORJ)
TIIK   PJO.VEER
••i I I
He  has gone to
jivery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack ami Cartage Horse* Always for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
♦♦»<♦»♦<
i.iily at.e.r leaves   Beaton at 12 o'clock for Trout Lake Ferguson and Camborn»
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake for Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne.
LEGAL,
FRED C. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER, NOTARY
PCBLIO, inc.,
Trout Like, B. C.    and Ferguson.
U, .. w. UcCsrUf, .1   .»,. Karri \
A. M.  rinklcini.
HAKVEY McCARTER I PIKKHrJAS
BARRISTERS,
80UCITOR8, K-r.
RtVCLSTOKE   13. C.
Ilraneh Qfltcwa at rjoMen. r*«rn!ff unKoit
Hteulo, 11. U.
ol tors for Imparts! liatik orCanada,
<lt*V
rug . Store
line   of Choice St»ai»ios>ery
Just Receive.
i■ i- r it
i.i arm out ■■<
d the mo ith.
JOHN MAMIK5 SCOTT,
B. A., L..L..B.
School supplies, pnoirfttETAny medicines,
9   TOILET ARTICLES, ETC   I^RISCRIPTION  WORK
£J%.8,mf'&\J9   TOILET
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH
WINDSOR HOTEL
TROUT t-AKE, B.C.
Best Hotel in Town,
BARRISTERS,SOLICITORS, ETC.
Reveistoke Station.      -       •      P.. C.
Headq    i lir Im -M CoKmercial Hei
ACCOMWODATIOMS  ARC   FIRST CLASS
D. R. HcLF" PROPRIETOR
faSI—IIIS'HJIIiiMi   I'-.-;UWi.",*Uftfrg...*-J^fcV
13. Ji
m\
!MPERIAL BANK   OF CANADA -^"
\1Q
*^s*eP
ital Aothoraesd, 14,000,000
rtaid up] -   8.000.000
■   •      -      •    2,880,000
Head Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
Milt
I       '.. • In the Northwest Territories, Province! of Britiali Colombia. Manitoba
Ontario and Quebec.
T it. MKKRiTT, President I>. R. WILKIE, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Man.
.   , At»,«iaiit Gen. Manager.      W. MOFFAT, C!ii*f Inspector
F.lm
• fis r> h r- f% h Q IY1 i"*1 f* f»
j".    nui alldlubUU
Contractor
.rail**   PililVtvI t
Owner ol the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Lennoxville
>*=-^HoteIf
E. L40B3S, PROP.
ferguson!
. «"*.;
Tr*ue    Uikt,    B.    CBraadl—A    Osncrtl    litnking    Putlnest    Tran.iaclid.
ngi Department—Deposits received and Interest aliowfd.
• i: ...   ibleln alt parts 11 Canada,
« snd Kun.|io.
■  -,   ,ii given to collections and E# **•• BOULTBEl".
ig i„ ■ it. rtanafsi
■      .- I
\!»et a Home
For   Yourself.
Hotel and
General Store
OERRARO
m e #_€i'e$3««e-^
Job Printing at T&
, Mining Review	
Don't Pay  {
©K   °«
| JSarber Sbop
ant
)•*.
A Ur "■•■■       Card,
, i
Mr?. Fraser iii* itrtirk  .(iii'i*
t niiii .• i . in ii i" the v. nv..f a l re, t-
. ■• i.      •      •      -      -       A-.. IIU :.
J. C.  M IK II AY,
TROOT LAKE.B. C.
. Ig  emn|Hiiiv>'   IntMCMtS carefully
looked   v.
A-.-i.i lor Hsli iaii. ti,'* Plsnoa
V. M. Westfall & Co.
G. B. Batho
EASY TERMS.
— roa a —
Good Shavo or flair Cut
— CALL 0!« —
Will am Schnell,
• PBBMSOM and TROUT LAKK.
Hot and Co'd Baths-
AGEHT FOB GIANT POWD
b*DSE AND ( Al'S.
I w ST -3N>«>»S »£-
J
SURVEYORS
LESSIiG of the ALEXANDRIA HAI L
0. B. N WILKIE, P.LS.,
FERGUSON, B,e.
•oat Office  Dtrck,
Mala Stree;.
irvevor.
G. M. YUILl*
JEWELLER.
Milling Hi ■!.. .-.
w
it t.. bo
,,     • Mining Pr iti"« lt«-|x>ri«-il On.
,:'*    Min.«,,i,.ui'rcwnf<'l«nought»inlSold, I JJ^-tJi rir •.'-•.;.•-.:,• til .:•
t|i iingrrope.-U. i Looked Alter for flon-Hegfc   T
mineral Claim* 5nrveye<l \\   tch-repairing,   etc.     All W
.nd Crown Qrauu Obtained Guaranteed
Trout Lake. B. C.   i
The Big T»"
s Hasa^ii^
Packing and
Freighting
Ferguson   packing
and
Transfer   Outfit.
Is also
tti i'
silver...
-  rer
anil Lead
 tl 50
 C'OO
V
. 50   x
1 0*1   a
Co a tracts enlngJ lata for narking of Minlog Bopj lie. etc.
to snv |M>inl in the district.
Good, prompt gervirr, and anv work andertaktn guarsntsed
aatiafaotorr.
 ti 50
5   SHANNON,  '.ssayer,
FUROUSQIS U. C
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop.
*>>*"&'
EEYLAND,
;.     . tl   " »    '' SCBVEYOl
Mi; l -;. ,-T
I OPLAR, CA8I O,
W. He Jones,
Le >     1 tal    B nd. rs    F;„.    I
NEI SON, B. C.
' ~=L     ■ .,.^1 fi
ivRKLlFEAr5SUBA*K«   «•
COMPANY.
etna*.-
cost Investment and PBor«rit,      i
THOS. TAYLOR. Agent.
•eniau
conccn-
Rkvelstokr    and    Trout I 15 per
=!a. w.
I
B TO
WiT^."r.Tt«-sss."a__;«rjss»^.:ry»eK»^^ s.
Painter
Decorator
ii: :  men.
d 'en e
.   stout'   lot
owa jinif
'.irini t
Has made Us sole Distributing Agents for the whole oi
%,.r ■.
Vb   LA
TROUT   LAKG
R.C.
"| WE- have the Largest, Best, and Cheapest
ir : :.
tlaSilt Of
F. B. Wells,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
■■
.  .'ev,
, .U"-. »ta*;
. '» igci   t tl-
nine* 1
un furk of |
in th. i
i      \*'e
Ever shown in the District. Ii you c&nfi
HAW FURS
BOUGHT
k on tin' ahove ni >nl
iimiion .
i lalroa f r tin' year 04 In orciei i i hold |
the game nnder aeclion 84 of the mineral a.t and if within l'i' 'liiya ol thi^
notice yon fj;i oi iffuae to contribute
your portion ol auch eipsadlturetogelh'
,., vi 'li ii" r.«! el this advertiienienl
. , i , ■,... aid nineiiii claims
will In i ne the i roperty ..I Ilia uiular-
algnail under aeclion -i of His mineral
net araendmrnl mi ol 'HO. ^I'aie-i at
Trout utke this SOtn d-.y "I Wovctniier,
). ..j Jas. W. Liviscia-roM
Pes ii,'04 Ci.-Owner.
Come and See for Yourself
.: WE WILL DO THE REST.
f» /*   Send nr. •-
and tbe amount you wish Lo spand
of your cMidren CASH     PRklCES    PA|D
A. G. FRASER - - - TROUT LAKE.
P. A. Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland,    •      •     •    B. C.
Membu Rossland Stock Exchange
11 you have Lariicaa Stocks Write mo
-A  -  ' 1 he
6s Over
LITIGATION OVEK FAMOUS
LUCKY JACK GROUl' BET-
TLED OUT OF COURT
POPLAR   TO   BENEFIT
Hy  llfiisiui  of  tho Mining Operations  which  "ill  ni
Onoe Commoni o.
Thi! litigiition over tin Lucky
Jack group, tlie fiiliiil.iu-'v rich
.old projierty qf l'cplar cni-k, lim
beon settle 1. The settlement was
reached ln-t evening in Kelson,
aayn the Daily Newp, by tlu Ureal
North' rn Minns, Limited, and J.
C. Rutherford uiul L. IJunr.a the
parties to the suit. By tl ! terms
of tho settlement the Ureal Northern people transfer to Messrs
"Riitlierfcrd and llniina 75,000
shares of tho slock of the enrnpam
nnd they in turn transfer tluii
cliiinis io the Lucky Jai k group,
consisting if the Lucky Jack and
Ltu'ky Tin- e. lo the corhpnm
Without wniting for the deaibicu
of Ihe cunt of up] enls tin ri ft ri
Hi' Great No'.-iilorn com] i y is at
lilierty to go nli-iid with tbe de
ve!o|intent of tho pi up i ti \. Inch
tea* stopped - une time ag owing
to tii" iilij. ntioii.
The settlement was the outgrowth of u chance inreting in
Kelson one da\ lasl wt i k t.\. e
W. B. Tool, of the Gr« il N nth ri
Mire-, and Mr. Rutherfor I, one ol
tho contestants, Tjip remit id
linn meeting wis a monientntit-
hutcume of a very simple begin
ii 113
Mr. Rutherford Bpnkc of niatters
being in a di p] ra ...  qti     -'  I
nr.'iii d  Poplar and Mr.  Po I ri
J'liul llillt it .!id   FI BU] 101   ''li
th • e imp should bo obliged t.
ft-r ni er a  law suit.
x"U'!iy can't  we settle  it.
Rutherford.
V e . .ir   That's just v
e to ii-      »if   Mr. Pool' i
it Mm-. :ii  effect,  the
M i ere, Murg n, 0 Conn r i nl
iln iiiil'iin i r.insfi.rn il lo t 'if < iron!
Null hern ii e-, and when llinl
company attomplid lo gi i n orown
grunt mi ajdveiso was eutcred.
Tho   ruse   WHS   trie.1   ill   Nelson
before Mr Justice Martin lust
spring and was decided in favor ol
ihe Great Northern people, An
appeal «us taken to the full couri
and the case was tried nt Vanoou
vet in Norombor and judgment
reserved. Judgment will not bt
pronounced.
BerlinerGranwH)hone;
'ttpgge***'^
'V-Vvv __.JK JSSIfS^Sffi;;
ra
a
asquera
Bal
OPERA
HOUSE
FERGUSON
MONDAY   NEXT,
Tickets $2.00 Spei
Including Supp r
ilois $1 00
I.   lies Five.
All kinds 6f New Records.
Sole AgSflt for the Lardeau :
J. CX Murray
Trout Lie   e B.
rUBOArT    1,0 DDK    U.   D.
A. P.  ft. A. M.
8rd    Thursday    each     month
Vialtorg Welcome
iSeoForddred, r>c, Q. 5. Taylor, W.W
%6
•>.-'   Xif-   <•;'
iT"\*
4*J
FOR
Atfly :
M MM »r Mi
It pne a to ubo the  Telephone.     A
lengthy trip c^n often bo save)- QfflcsB'
»t b'orifUgOll i Cuinmitif}' Slum ; Trout
Lake), PuM Office ; also at Ueaton, Coin-
a|ilii| ami Arrowhoad.
m
TV
BEYEL8TOKE ASSKssMKNT DI8T..
Take Notice that I aliiill hold a Court
of Rpvialon anil Ai>jici.il. tin.isr ilie Ah-
•t'Hauionl Act, 19(M, for the Reveistoke
Aaaeggment I>i»trii-t, on Moiutay the
twenty eighth day oi November,'mot,
at tha hour of I'laven o'clock ii) Hi*
forenoon, at the court liouae, Reveistoke.
l>uieil at Rfevalltoke, thia lat day of
November, uiitv
I'lUS. M. KIKLl),
Judge of  tlie Court  of   Revision
ami Appeal, Reveistoke Amesa-
nn'iii District o| Wast Kootenay,
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FIRST-C1.ASS BAR,
A. NO. 1 ROOMS.
UxXjL
AUrahainson, Bros., Proprietors
HVlfitVTIll.vii    MKW    AMD     fj ll • T ( I ASM    IN    i.'.
ll'iTHfif.
Fire  Proof Safe
TlioaeiUM lmlook«4 wltti ilia a»~jl WlaU aol Ql|»rg a   lbs win. i.
Trout    Lake,
Tlie CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoh
li UaC.r tka ■.-. n>. tin   ..-«f
I'm.   - . !         35    and   •'!•;
ilea 1; l,.   I: ml   I.nk '.     Apply to
i j, .i. 1', . rinnn 805 Uni\ sitj
>t. Sen
"I   LAKE   LODGE
NO. 4\
1. O.ti. F
/•r.* ~~» aaaularmastl g«
■^■-^       O.T3
■ ,   Hall   ......
•ulit Kt   li
■?r., .    i n.i1..   h. ,i
1 ;>euia>. irjr, N.fl.
J. Scliinlit, »w,
•.icli h-ail up  to l!i
Bsiegrnm    was   itnii ■•■   *   \
lo   C.   W.   Mi'A: li   ;.
rney   f<T  the  con tea I
be  parties    lo  the
■assembled     Negotiations lo-
tfae settlement  iur. ■ be n h
ass iur several  d ij - E. Mor
[nd K.   Hodo.\  toie itor, rep
^ing    the    Great    Northern
.and Messrs. McA  n.Rutin i-
nil   Iln una   partii .paling for
ine o !.■ r   side      '.' lie   tgrMmeut
...:i. finally rrs/ihed last eveninsr at
the .dice  of the Great Northern
Mini -.
Mr.   Pool   stated ln-t   evening
hut the Great! Northern company
... udders il   i-  prael i a Iy giving
,',.. "in oi the u.ni. ■-' ml- i - I .
said, the company will now put
ii.- -■' ik at par and c insider i'
well a-orth I
"Bul," h.iiil   Mr.    I   ol,      we li.
urc on i"it losing auylhing i -
■ • king two good men Into lln
company and «    (■ i     liat ihe as
-'-'lie    tliej       Will      i |0      11-   U    li
in if than con pen sale Vim ih.m
- ito that  "in  ••' ii | i:i v ii thor-
■ uglily -.itii-li.,;  v.   •. ihe
111. li!
Mr. I'o.>! said Ihe i mpai y will
inunedialely n  uni rath u o
the  Lucky Jack  aud  tImt  if no
t  \n% oi.ii. -   to  iiievuit c.irr\ ii.^-
o ll  its int. mio;;,   0    . '—lain,, mill
will be In   peralioii  I  i .       . ins ;
'I l o io II   waa ordc recdj  before the wati 1. urot I l< i
shut down an.l  «
once.
Tbus "io!- hap| il}  the first Li^
law Bllil of th    \j |       o
\e im si  11 ople ii e aware, tho
si.it wji ti... outgrowib of Ihe dii
env.-iy of the nry i cli ground al
■ ■■ • ii. k. Tl ; giiiii'1.1 iii
r. niioversy was >;a,kcj by E.
MorgHn, P. O'Connor nnd <> Ham-
lit. n, ' ut,  it n| : . .     ilu'\ staki .1
.    .lived n pli .1
to r. i ord l.i.-
e  I i     ll...    i    lltl'stl'.llts dis-
• iM    tig    iha    i.. ,     ri'-loe it' ii
NOTICE.
i in .■ im nut. notice trial at tu
meeting ol tha Board of Licei
Commissioners of the Ainswortli
License district, to ho held at tin
Mining Recorder's Office at IV ul
'i..ke oh December 15th, 1904, 1
shall apply foi permission totrans-
fer my li.'. nee for the Commi rcial
Hotel, Poplar, to ' harles Hanson.
Dated November 16th, 1904
W Hanson.
NOTICE   TO CO-OWNERS.
FOOT COM FORTS
OCR SHEI VI - an chock g block with
I'....!. imforts for winter,
Shos Slippers
Overshoes Rubbers
Wecanb)  out any and every member
uf the f.'i."iy and al prices wliich will
please j
IP
Roya!   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musical Hatcrtalnrasnt
Bulletin   Beard, World's
Mining News.
E L. MORAND, -   PROF1.
The Union (5»S'ar> F  ' _ry
Hanufsetnres nnlv l'i i goods, and he
tligr ar-. i: e  i narkel     1!   ■   ■
mane ol the   b      H        i tobaci    and
excelleiu o is uu I.     Insii  on get! ii r
"(H'H BPECIAL'1 ami   "THE   UNION.'1
H, iA. BrOWn*   Proprietor.
I'..I..n Cigar i-ii.'.rv RKVKLSTOKK, B.C.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
!
ulj    uuU
Nelson, 0. C.
R     ANDREW    &    CO.
Mail orden carefully and   prooinl|t
nit. inie I to    Age 'i for Slatei snd Net-
lie ton si	
TIME    TABLE
S.S. AkCllbP or S.5. LARDEAU.
Ruoolog between Arrowhead, Ilea-
Comapllx, eommonelni! Octo
..|. nn.,  1908,   will  gal)  ag lollnwg.
neai!.-.- permitting.
Le'avinjf  Arrowhead for Il.-i\ton ami
Comapllx, twici dallr   10k and fitci
Leaving Beaton and   Comapllx for
Arrowhead, twrica dally— fiifik  ami
12:4'.k.       Malting     eloso     ."-...Heel .i :.-
ii v. r-. iv. at. iiinera an.l trains.
I i •   owners  roeervo   tho   rIjfht   to
.  .      tluiea   of    aailinga     without
DOtlCO,
The btmpire Lumber Co., Limited.
Dominion Hotel
Kirit-Claaa in every reaped.
The Travelling public cart-fully
taken rare uf.
Hailly & Nelson • Props.
First-class Ace; mmedaUoft
Best finest Liquors
And Very (hie t Cigars   £3
NOTICE.
Low Frgrtion and Han.lv No. 2 mineral
Claimg situate ill tliu front Lake Min
Ing Divigioaof Went Kootenay diatricl
Where lo. ato.l: — Near   thu   month of
Lrnch creek on the K. A A. Kr
Take notice that I. Alfrml   I. Carle,
ni'tniK an iigent lor  W. N. Bisyton, free
miner'g r.-rtilirate No.  I! 77,3iti, intend
suit days aftur date hereof, t" apply to
the Mining  Keror.b-r  lor Certitirgtea ol
Improvement! for il.e purpose of obtain-
ing croHii itrauta of tlie sIkits clniiua.
Amltuiiiier  take  notice tint  action
M. In   art Unii   .,,   must   i    i
iiefi.rH the iasiunce of am-li certificate of
improvsmenta,   I'ate.l this 28th dar ol
October, A. I)., 1901
oc.L'S'ui ALKKKI) J. CURIJ5.
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
P.BuinS & CO We Nelson
H-HULKSALK    AND    RETAIL BrfcWLnj CO.
Merchants
Iiciili-rs in all kinks of Freth Meat
TROUT LAKE B C.
bc-c»c.«  Of
Fin
,e
Lt^ i
cr
td Pcrier
R. Roister
er <io Qj.
-    Pr;>;;
The B C. ASSAY nnd I'M ..'llwAL
SUPPLY 0 ■., Md.
V»)c nvsa, B. ('.
Beadqnarters (or Aseaysrg, Mil -
Mill  ..,,!.. OnU «.,-•...  In   II.  I
Morgan Crucible Co.,  Bgtterasa  V .
land] F. W. Brauo A Co.'i Patent!
Foruai •   . B irnerg, etc. i   U'n.. Aim
wi.rtli A Oo.'g '. .na BalSDceg, etc.. etc,
Starhcv & Co.
u    oi.ES/       DEAI      -      Bulter
! ;. e,    Prod ....    I mil
: .       .      . I, B.I
•^3%
o
•   •
To '/. Gord         •■     ■ L. Gi Id-
berg nr in any person or pfinnaii to
,;i '.lie   may nave transferred.
Interests.
Take  Notice,    [the j   I 1 I
owner with yi u in the Li tile Robert and
Little li'tbert No. 2 mineral claimg gitu-
ated at the extreme hta.l of ths north
fnik ol I ar.len,i . I.. k in the Trout Lake
mining division of VVeel  Kootenay i   •
irirt and pi f British I
....     the re piln .1   n.nk on tl a
i      ■ I ii.ineriii claimg f.o tl e
' '" '■''•'' '' ' " """TiT*"*^**" ^       - -—"-—■  ■ -    i ■ - .
24 of the t.sn.li* _-_-~-_-_«--_-w_»__---_-—_________
'   you fail or  _ ■_!_»•_-__ _   _ .
• ibnte v.,ui ;. ni,,n „f c/.~    A «"* -,/ A ftJTr A ■^iT
• for work done teswth-   IJ,^    ^HL&^  V  -f^l^l 1 -rsV^Ji-Ve
arwiil thisadvertigemeiit, .-.-.-_^^»____-___-___________________________
•l in the aaid mineral claims I
t    be.. mo  the   pro] erty ol  tl
ncriberi ninli 4 ol the M    ■■ •
ti t ol   1100.   Dated it
I roul 1 • i "th da* nl October, 'ul.
j  C. KIRKPATRICK,
•.   .   I .
is a Map.
usiest town in
t6fiav.
p
Nl
DIRECTORY.
WA
^
e* ^T-^ <g
r.l d.£«'\_?i
Wc an- watch people first of all.;
We iiiuke v.*'clies our g,M rt; gpgei- i
in  fact   tiuirersal |
W's 11 iasl ol ihe
a shipped al I most   poiu^rohensivs   stock   and
[proinplost le'ruir.    Our patron-
ug') proves our pre-stninenc
lb ■ i tall  wall h   t iade,    Ouoe ■
patron. alvt bj r r patron.
Mu} lu_ TTutt-hea in the qui ntltj
that wo do, we ure enablsd lo se-
i tne discounts inijioaHible to the
smaller dealer, and wo tutu thtui
over te you ut a oorraspoBciing
rod pet ion in price. Write us fur
priet'H
Daily Mail service, Banking Facilities, Head of. 2-
tion, Good Hotels and stores, Express and Money Ordei
Office, government offices, Fine schools and churches.
Water-works system now Being Installed.
ITS RESOURCES.
Magnificent Timber, many Valuable Ranches, The Richest Gold and Silver Zone in The Province,
ITS INDUSTRSES
Saw-mill, capacity, 60,000 fee^ per day, shingle and lath mills. AM
lis. Mines pay us Tribute.
Ewert Bros.
Nelson, kossland, Trail.
Jewelers and Lngraverg
F. B. Wells,
Gen'l Agt., Reveistoke
H. McPhersoD,
Agt., Trout Lake t

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