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NKWBPAPKK IN NORTH KOOTENAY IT WIl'.L BE P'OL'NUAN EXCELLENT AUVEItTlSINO MEDIUM.
Vol- Ill, No   40
Ferguson, B. C,   November 14th, 1902.
$2 aYear
Laurier May Appeal to
the Country.
MAY BE DOMINION CONTEST
That Will he Brought on Before
Christmas, Tho Country Now
ln an Unsettled, State on
Amount of Uncertainty re Tariff
The Delineator.
The Christmas (December) number,
of the Delineator is alsotbe thirteenth
anniversary Dumber. To do justice to
tnis number, which for beuuty and
utility touches the highest mark, it
would be necessary lo print the entire
list of contents. It is sufficient to
state that in It the best modern writers
and artists are generously represented.
The book contains over 230 pages, with
40 full page illustiatiiiis, of which 20
are In two or more colors. The magnitude of this December number, fur
ivhich 828 tons of paper and six tons of
ink have been used may bu understood
frum the fact that 01 presses running
14 hours a day have been required to
print it; the binding alone of the edition of 015.000 copies representing over
211.000,000 sections which had to be
gathered individually by human hands.
Republicans   Have
Majority in South
TIIE   REFDBLICAN   PARTY
It seems to be not at all unlikely that
a geuernl Federal election will be
brought, nn bolore the end of the
present year, seme of tho eastern
papers have even' sot a dato. The
recent dismlfi-al of Hon. J. I. Tarte
from the sdtr, Inietralfon hus brought
about a very unsettled stale of affairs
in the Liberal party. Tartu's proteo-
tiro tariff utti-raneea had many warm
sympathisers iuthe party.
Tin! principal kick, however, Is
from the nmiiufucturlng concerns and
business houses throughout tho country. The uncertainty in regard to the
tariff hurls their business uml the only
ivuy I'd settle tho lurltf qiiestlon stitia-
fuoluiil.v isan appeal to the country.
If the elections aro brought on
before Christmas it will bo hard to
forecast tho probable result. It would
be it pi'etty run. Th'o Liberals would
met likely had lu the mnratlme provinces. In Quebec the Conservatives
Would must likely have a majority, es-
���Socially il Tarte does what he Is
expected to do and ally himself with
bis old lovn tho Conservatives. He
has many ;udmirers in Quebec and
elsewhere and he will no doubt have a
considerable following from the
Liht'i'al ranks. Ontario Is ' pretty
evenly divided In tlio local house, In
fact mure votes wero cast for Tories
than lur Liberals In the last Provln-
nl'hl .-.i.aion, so the provinco would
likoly elect a majority of Conservatives
lo a Federal contest.
Mako Large Gains in Western
States. In Montana Eud Blood
Between Clark and Heinze
Caused State to go Kepublican.
"Oru In Slicht."
The institution of mining and metallurgy, London; hus forwarded to thu
Commissioner of Crow u Lauds a mom-
candum dealing with the question of
reports of "ore in sight." Consider-
able confusion has oeeured owing to
indiscriminate uso of thc term "ore
In sight" to indieuto two separate
I'aciom in au estimate, viz: oro blocked
out titra exposed on three sides and ore
that may reasonably lie assumed to exist, although not actually blocked out.
Theso uvo'lactors should be kept distinct, thc lirst being governed by Used
rules, while thu littler is dependent ou
Individual judgement und local experience. The institution therefore holds
yiiut m making use Of the term ' oru iu
sight" an engineer should demonstrate
that the ore so denominated is capable
of being profitably extracted under the
working conditions obtaining iu thu
district. The council of the institute
urge its members to observe this rule,
aud strongly udviso that nu ambiguity
or mystery io this connection sliould
oe tolerated, as they consider that
such ambiguity isuu indication of dishonesty or incompetency.
Tin, lloukliobnrH.
The Doulthohnr fanatics have beon
forcefully entertained by the North
West Mounted police and taken back
to their village near Yorkton, Assa.,
.V. W. T.
When nrostod they cried: Nol We
go to seek Jems. Only about 20 out of
the ,100 escaped and they aro on the
prairie wilh a temperature which
means death to them. Whilo on the
train thu captives sang und prayed
incessantly, Asking divine assistance
to turn tho hearts of thoir captors that
thev miff tit he released.
Eight men weie drowned in a storm
at Koine ou Oct, 14tb.
W. K. -.'underbill has beon sentenced to two days imprisonment in 1'aris
for reckless automobiliug.
The cable rate to Australia has been
made by tbe Pacific Cable Company at
the rate from Canada to Australia of
two shillings, four pence per word.
Tho United States elections took
place on Nov. lth and the result
created considerable surprise in man.'.
of the states especially iu Montana
and Idaho lathe west. The result in
Montana was gained by �� dlessgree
ment in the Democratic party, air,
whether thu Republicans will he aide
to hold tho state is douhtlul. The
deluxe peoplo did not. puil a Very
strong oar after till. Senator Clark
with all his money failed to buy'th,
voters of Montana but 1 lark hfm.cil
will hold the statu souatorahlp till
March 1905.
The Democrats have not always heln
thu west but for a number of year-
those states hi:ve luokt.l fur an adjust
ment of grievances mid better, terms
Now they havo almost without exCep
tiou returned to their first.Ilogloticios.
_!flN(|ii,<r!*fl��� ll.tll.
Tho Ladies' Aexiluiy of tho Hos
pital Committee uie making preparii
tions for a grand hall lliu proceeds in
which go to provide sheets ui.d pillow
cases for the new hospital, to beglvei
on Friday night the 21st Inst., in tie
Miners' Union hall. The hull is to be i
masquerade and it is proposed to maki
it un annual event.
Tho ladles ore determined to mak'
this lull eclipse anything of tho Ititu
ever given in Ferguson and if the _i*a
shown In pri Hinting tt j.-u criterion t,
go by It will certainly prove an utiqali
tied success.
Tickets for da nro und supper 71.50.
The Nervant Gl I rroblnu.
Chicago proposes to solve tho servant girl problem by requiring the
girls to obtain diplomas which can
only he secured by one year of satisfactory serviee in one family. They
are to be graded as ''satisfactory,"
"good," "remarkably efficient."
Graduate "cooks," waiting maids" and
"laundressos" will he classed us household servants. The girls will probably organize a union ard require their
employers to hold diplomas sotting
forth their qualities as learned during
a year's apprenticeship as mistress
in which they will he rated as "kind."
"Indulgent" '���exacting," "stuck up,"
'too much company," "prying"
"stingy" "overbearing," whilo the
master of the house will be rated
aeeoiding to his deserts, as "hen-
pei ke'd," *'rulcs the roost," ''drinks,"
"sisry," "up to sniili'."
i STAMP KILL
Has Been Purchased for
the Oyster-Criterion
AN   AElil.lL TRAMWAY
Has AL-o Been Purchased fc
the Same Mine. lhe Abov*
Will be Shipped to Camborne
at Once.
"Does your father agreo that 1 am
your beau?" asked tbo young man in
the pink stock.
"Yes," lisped tho fair girl.
"What kind of a beau did ho say I
wus?"
"A ho-beau."
Is (Siring Away WlttohM.
In prosecuting its plan to build up
the largest circulation iu tho Kootonay,
and Incidentally, inobservance of Its
sevuuth anniversary, tho Trail Creek
News is giving to oaoh now subscriber
a watch. It Is nol a full jeweled 18
karat gold watch, but it is a neat perfect running timo piece. It Is guaranteed for ono year and If it fulls to koop
accurato time during tbat period lt
will bu exchanged for n now ono. The
guarantee (a that of tbo largest company of watch dealers in tho Unltod
: 3tataa* Tbe subscription to the News
"hi 82 per year, upou rocelpt of which a
watch will be forwarded, together with
the Trail Creek News for ono year.
i-Jem IUant.es should bo forwarded by
express or postal order to Trail Creek
Jjewu, Trail, B, C,
Tho Govornoi-Koncral nf Canada
and Lady Minto are expected to visit
thu . ilochestor Art Club exhibition,
llochesier, N. Y., which begins Nov.
17. Somo of tbo most eminent Can*
udian urtists bave allowed their works
to bo included in thu .shipment to the
academy.
The different accounts of tho Douk*
hobor scare Is creating great excitement in tho Old Country. In London
an English lady called at tbe Cunadlan
government Unco being alarmed tbal
her son might ho killed by homicidal
maniacs in tbe Northwest.
Sunday was tho 01st anniversary of
the birth of his majesty King Edward
VII and, although no holiday was
proclaimed in honor of tho event,
thousands of his loyal subjects celebrated quietly, and all wish bim long
life And bapplc.ls,
A��'clcl*iiit at Triuno Train,
W, Mills while working on tho June
tion terminal of the Triuno train, had
tho misfortune to slip and injure himself internally. Dr. Neweomho wa
called in and It was considered advisable to have the patient moved to
Ferguson. Aftor a second examination the doctor found he was not if
seriously injured as was lirst anticipated. It is uow oxpected he will bt
around in a few days.
Editor P. A. OFarrell of tho Kovolll*
ln Montana, and Judge Clancy, of the
same placo huvo been arrested charged
with criminal llbol, preferred by D. J.
Hennesy. The action Is tho result ol
an affidavit appearing iu tho paper
above the signiture of .fudge Clancy In
which It Is alleged that Clancy had
been offered a bribe four years ago by
Hoiincssy to inlluciicc his decision in
sumo litigation then pending between
the late Marcus Daly and tho Henxo
Interosts.
I-nrtur laths In Spulmlle,
Cutter T. Porter who recently visited Ferguson und district has thu foi
lowing to say of this part to u .Spokesman Review reporter;
������The Sliver Cup, neur Ferguson is
jetting a tiamvvuy to connect with
the uiaiu wagon road. Tliis propurt}
wits recently purehascd by an English
company, a),o the Nettle L., whicli is
being equipped with a concentrator.
Nettie L. ore carries groy copper and
galena.
"The. Ophir-Lndo Co. has bonded
too Lado group ut the base of tho lhuu
dyke iiji Gayuor ereek aud hits bunded
| rive or six claims on fish creek. Tliey
are ititert'siin** eastern capital in them
i'The Minneapolis interests, heuiled
by Hev. Mr MeCrossun, Incorporated
tsibu Metropolitan Company are at
work otiutra way lotheTrlunenilnu,
near the Silvor Cup. Tlie property ir
ot'iislder.iri lo he a wonder. The Mo-
Oi'osssn Interests also built a smelter
,f the Vulcan type in thu Lardeau, hut
it is not in operation. Tho reason
isslgned is lack of fluxes.
"A good deal of work Is belli*-* done
nil Pr, perties lying on thc divide
between the headwaters of thu Duncan
and tbo Lardeau rivers. The Old
Jold and lhe Primrose groups have
oig forces, and tho tlluek Warrior
lias about 25 men at work.
"Tho completion of tho Canadian
Pacilic Irom the head of Kouieiiay
lake to the foot of Trout lake, and the
installation of steamers on the luttor
have given transportation to the mine.'
ind they have taken advantage of it.
"There is no camp in British Columbia in which I have greater faith than
in the Lardenu,"
Sawmill Ucnl Complete,!.
Mr, D. L, Clink was in Ferguson
Wednesday. Ho recently sold his saw
mill at Trout Lake to a big lumber-
nig syndicato represented hy \V.
rowan aud 15. L. Kinman. This deal
mis been pencliiiir for several weeks
olid was dually closed a few days ago.
The syndicate has leased 20 square
miles of timber land around Trout
Luke and aro calling for tenders for
the cutting of a million and a half
fuet of logs to be delivered at tho mill
before spring. The new concern when
ready for business will employ 125
men. It is understood there Is COO.-
000,000 feet of timber on the land just
leased consisting of cedar, hemlock,
pine, Ar and spruce.
Messrs. Pool aud Lado ro'.urnodvi
Ferguson Tuesday from thc Ophir-
Lado Syndicate's property on Pore
creek. They say there is nothing new
to report of iho mine. , Work Is goin;:
along smoothly and rapid progress is
being made. Tho ledges look just lis
good as they did a fortnight ago him
uo better. "Iu fuet," said tho manager, "wo are not hoping for it to look
better, it is good enough now.. Ever;
week adds many loot to thu length c*'i
tho tunnels and the raise and ever.,
limu the ledges arc crosscut they sho ������
an abundance uf tbo yellow metal. A
force of :J0 men aro employed etoadlly
and they are without exception lit'*'
class miners as Is ovldencod hy the
splendid progress made."
Wnl.e out this time manager PA!
visited liimslurd, Nel.on and Spokani
and pm chafed a ten stump mil.'.
This nill ho shipped to the mino im-.
lui'diaiely but will not bu installed till
next spring, hy which time it is expected there will be enough big*'
grade ore blocked out to keep thc mi'.:
running steadily ull -iimnier, ai*.
while ibis is being stoped as roue:
more can bo blocked out, so from th*
sunt tho mill eun bo run wlthou:
interruption,
Mr. Pool also purchased no norm.'
tramway for tbo company. This will
like-vise bo landed on the property
this ttintor and will not bo orectc
till the early spring. So it looks as if
tbo Oyster-Criterion should prove li
good investment for Ihe stoekholdei
us it has 'ho requisites��� plenty of rich
freo yold ore. latest improvements for
I routing and handling this oro air.
best of all Its manager possesses enorg;
ability and experience and ho is devoting his wholo timo to tho mines !*-.'.*.*.
interest.
It is rumored that tho Trail
smelter has passed out of tbe control
uf tho C. P. B. and has been purcbasod
by the War Bagle and Centre Star
oompanlei,
To New Sbfterltier*.
#2.50 will procure for you thc Lardoau Eagle and Montreal Family Herald aud Weekly Star together with
two beautiful pictures-"Purity" by-
Austin Astl, size 22x28 incbes and
"Ollno'iby Frank Stoiobui-g, size 22 x-
28 inches, or ��2Ji0 will bring you the
Lardeau Eaglo nnd Winnipeg Free
Pross, weekly, and pictures each
month, the last being "A Proud Moment" by F, Mortimer Lumb, a sports-
mans picture painted by ��iporisnitu.
C, N. il. La'ontaineof Lisbon, Main,
father of Lady Wilfrid   Laurier,   i
111, suffering from muscular rbeuma
lism and  influenzln.     Ills ape. cause
his friends  to worry.    Tho promlor'r
wile may go to him.   Lust summer she
spent   two  weeks visiting her home
unknown to  any   except    her    owe
relatives,    Mr. and Mrs. Lafontaim
and sop C|,��rlcs havo  been residents
of Lisbon  for 12 }ears but they still
enjoy discussing Canadian politics.
At Berlin, Ont. the Sugar Co, Litr.
ited, established in 1001 for tha purposo of making sugur from beots.
started the erection of a plant abom
six months ago, and ou Oct. 30th, the
Hrs. beets passed through their vnriou*
channels preparatory to bolog turne*'
Into sugar. This is the first Bugar
made in Canada from sugar beets.
Thc plant has a capacity of six hunt;
rod tons of beots daily and cost SIJOO.-
003,' Iii;plcjn.n.tli glvtu t_ 'M er 'id-
mra, ���n
Lardeau Eagle
iMUhud every Friday tt Ferguson, B. c,
E. G. WOODWARD,
uhnra ��lloorreipondoiico'��l.o.ul*lt>e nullrd.
I'he time is adproitching rapidly
vhen we may expect the British
Columbia legislature to meet, and
.c believe stress should he brrught
to bear 011 our legislators to appropriate more money for roads and
trails in Ihe pf nvince lor 1903 than
was alloietl for lhe purpose In 19,2.
Last winter a  meeting wus helJ in
 .   ] Ferguson   for   thet< , purpose     ol
B-bwrti-tioii Rstt-s: W.t�� por annum, tu deciding whuh new* work and im-
tijm\^��l^<w���� No W. nd I provemente' were urfc-ently required
���'''"��� _         . 'ond the sum   decided   on   by   lhe
���fob Frintln-fs Jbo Essie 1 ��-'L'��J5'*a5_! meeting togetherwith an appended
ia the heRt eaulppod nfllce, sad tao eaiy o��i��a 1 "     . ...
.hi"h ��n furnish the tjuoxraphlMI union 8t-,,erneut ���, detail  ot   work neces-
Vwltn North KooMnnyi,,* lluarinteo In itsou .....
otwiliArk and ptomptnass. sarv to  the  Ferguson district was
' Adv..'.^ natosi -DISMay &**,%]***   M��te   *"     PuWiC    .W"*S
SH^WrPSS1"'-Thos' Ta>10'- M-p-p- The
':1;,^,!^1J?,ll^,��S.'���^!-,'Si'hm; minister, however, explained to N|r.
tScmntM. No room lor quMk ads. * -���i-^ 	
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THE  Kl* RGUSON [
SAW AND
PLANING
four weeA/y Insertions constitutes one
moatn's advertising.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1902.
EDITORIAL MOTES.
There was a report current last
week that the C. P. R. had decided
to discontinue running the Lardo
branch railway during the winter
months. The report has however
since been denied by the C. P. R.
authorities. They say it isahe c
Intention to run the railway con-.
.inuously unless Trout Lake should
f eeze over, which may he ��� e
Cise for a week or two, and th 1
prevent     the
MILLS       }    LI���
A.
Victori.
steamboat
trom mak'tner bar trips.
We think that unless the winier
proves unusually severe a course
.an be kept open by the use of a
good ice freaking scow. lt wouk.
cettainlp be very disaslerous to the
mines and merchants uf the L.n���
Jcau if communication were not
kept open with. Nelson' for ill,,
nines are depending on that rout,
; :o ship out a large quantity of or,
Jnring the winter, the merchants
'also depending on getting theii
t.oods in that way.'
The' Eagle will give a synopsis 01
the mining developmeut of the Lardeau district tor 190} about the
:tst of this month and would be
pleased to receive information from
mine managers and prospect owners along this line. What is desir-
���d is a brief description of the properties, where they are located and
the amount of development done.
it is necessary that this information be sent in early so it may be
verified before publicstion.
It is important that every property of merit in the district be
induced in this special write up,
for the issue will be very widelj
circulated in Canada, Europe and
the United States and the merits ol
the vast mineral deposits ofthe
Lardeau will be brought to the
lotice of monied men who are
, always on the lookout for good
investments.
Taylor that the estimates had
already been prepared and on
account of a shortage of funds 1.0
supplementary appropriation could
be given this year.
We will say in justice to Mr.
Taylor that he worked hard to get
more money for his riding for he
lelt, and the people of the district
felt that this district had not been
given its due proportion, hut bs
tfTorls were unavailing. Su th.t
no axcuse of this kind may he
forthcoming next year we trust th*'
time will be taken by the furlocit
and our needs put before the
department early.
Great strikes were made last season in Ihe development of properties nt|* over thi-*  district and next
ur manv of the owners will f-e
nrppared to make shipments pr,*-
viding the roads and trails are
niven the improvement that we
believe is due them.    Money spent
All kinds of Rough
and: Dressed Lumber
in stock.*
We have engaged a
first class mechanic
and are. prepared to
take contracts for anything in the building
line.    Workmanship
guaranteed.
SMITH & LABEAU,. 1
PROPRIETORS. *
,.;���-,..*. ****-*-*^*M^,AA&*lw&MAiM*.^.
in trail ami road building in a district proven lo contain, the mineral
wealth that the Lardeau has is
always money well spent. Looking at the matter from a purely
business standpoint the lew thou���
and dollars that are necessary to
nut our roads and trails in good
ondition would so increase the out-
put of ore from Lardeau mining
properties that' "lhe ftoney would
not be long in returning to the
government coffers in taxes,
especially at the present unjustly
high rate of taxation that is levied
on minerals and mining requisites.
It the mining classes are compelled to pay what seems to be
discriminating taxes, let a just
proportion, at least, ot this revenue
ne spent in making the marketing
of the minerals feasible and cut
down the expense in this direction as much as possible.
We believe        that    mining
districts like the Lardeau pay for
better roads than are provided.
Let us be up and doing.
Drugs��"" Stationery
Fr^wf-rii-tinn*-. Ci.r.'fiilly nnd
..Acuurn i*|y l.omiiouil.le.1.,
A.  F.  RANKINE
V, O. BLOCK, FERGUSON, B.C.
���ft
A.YBND.
H. RUFF.
Ferguson has two feet of snow
and first class sleighing. The
.freighters are not slow to take
advantage of the good condifion ol
the roads and are hauling large
vuanttties of freight to town.
The condition of trade in Ferguson also continues good and
most of the goods that are arriving
are' sent to the mines almost as
last as received. Daney's pack
train ts still making daily trips to
mines and camps With supplies
The autumn was a good one in
every way and Ferguson will reap
much bcntlfit next season from the
work and improvements done this
:*U.
%,   ���
' "J You a
'. Wage
J Earner?
If so why not invest some of your
earnings to meet a possible reversal
of fortune. For a safe, profitable
investment there is nothing beats
accumulation   policy   in  the
ft
Kaslo
Brewing Co.
Manufacturers   of   hitch   cUm
Beer and Porter.  We make ��
Specialty of Bottled Porter.
 OUR ���
Keg and Bottled
.Beer
la prime (.tuff.
Mall orderi leceive prompt attention.
YEND tf RUFF,
' %Y> -.   ~_
Propnetors,
KASLO,
B.O,
This is a purely mutual company
and all its assets, surplus and earnings belong to its policy holders.
For rates, etc., apply to agent,
E. Q. WOODWARD,
Ferguson, B. C.
11/ATCHMAKER
W mo JEWELER
A FIRST CLASH LIKE OF
WATCHES
CLOCKS
AND
JEWELRY
ALL KINDS OF WATCH
AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
James V. Reeves,
Ferguson, B. C.
The Townsite  of
FERGUSON
Notlco.
Anv lime cherk loaned (it tlio Ore.it WrHont
Vines', Ltd., or SIIVW Cn|* Minos, must M pre,
i.nln- lor pawn-lit ��t lhe nt-ovo cnmpnnliw
otSoei fcr tho mm te whom lt l�� Kmiea.
._���..��. iSjmnj, Q -jqhbsj, -_*.-._,__e.,
The Pay-Roll  Centre of the
Rich   Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
in on the Ground Floor
The Lardeau is the richest
'known mining district in British
Golumbia and the mines, particularly those about Ferguson,
contain large quantities ot ore
being big as well as rich. Several
new properties will ship
ore during the coming year and
the town is sure to double
in size - Buy a few lots now
before the effect of this year's
! progress sends them up,  mayhap beyond your reach.
< ��t 44-44-44+4+*
i
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
*e'*e'*PWPWT*T*
-���*
For Further fInformation Apply to
Henry Floyd
General Agent,
���i     i    Revelstoke, B. C.
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.. Best ol service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothbrs, Proprietors.
%$****-$ JjHSMH&^i^HjHjJ-jjHW **��**-l
TO"   BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
j,   FINELY EQUIPPED BAR, 	
'I' BEST K.0O A DAY BOOSE
IN THR LAHDRAl) DISTRICT.
BEBTCI1I8INE SERVICE.
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED.
Hotel Lardeau
J. laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN,,..
NEATLY FURNISHED,
WELL LIGHTED AND HEATED ROOMS.
CONVENIENT!.-,   -'tr-
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE,  ;*v K.iiiftt t.i iii'liiHiu-nt U'imViVnur��    ���"
To s. T. Mt'f.oll, -ir ���..lioiiiftoev'tir h" mtiv hive
tran~.fi.'nx*��t hi. Iiitoruitt In Ihu iriiiuu F'aci-
tiim So. ���!mineral dum. siiu-ntd cm itrnwn
oreek, m thu t'r.iiii \m&q Minimi Ijivisfon.
West Kd'tlomty Dlstrlt'l oi it. r:
Yo i are Ih'ftjby nmsli.-'l th >t 1 have VXIMNld-
t>.i siii'i iii hii). r itu'i ititproti'Vinoiit-i iiiton tho
hIj.ivi' iiiL'tiiiti.t-'l frncliotii-tl uiiiiural claim
iimv Ju.y i.st, 1W)J, uiiil'T '.lit- iirnvlHtoiiaol the
Mhivral  .tot, nnil il  within tf.i day**, from the
(latent thi** n 't't'o you Mil oi wfustt to cnn tribute your proportion of thu abovo im.tttiout-.ii
Hum, wii'"ii la uow (tun1 toKcUier with nil
cost >i iMj-.fi-tif.iiiL', Vunr liiit-r-'st in tlio mi ht
claim will t)it'"'.iiu tliu iirojiarty of tho unuer-
���igii'"l ii'iilor MBOttou -1 o[ mc "Miucrnl Aot
Aniott-imtjiit Aot lttuo.
Dat.-.i at K'.-r-h'u-;!)'!, n, t:., this i;th Jay of
Oetobur, law.
0, o Woodrow.
Notice.
Nottuo h tioroby frlven that 30flays r.fterdate
I intend to at>.>)v tit ilu-Hoti.nilef t-.tminh.*
a loner of Land*; and W'ntk* for n ttpeotal lleenio
to cut nn-i carry away timber from tho follow-
,'inif dosorlhodland* 'in -Aunt Kootenay: Com-
inonc.fiik ar. a ju��.-t |tltuut->l aixnit one-anl-a-
({itartor lutloaaouth oi hVr-vft.tioii and mnrliud
"H. ,f. CiuntntiM So ifh..V_vii \ ornor Pout,
Oct. Ifth, IMf'theni* north SUohafna, thence
ciiittxi)chains, ihcnretio .mi hp I'lmfns, thonce
trust xuciniln*- to -mini uf commence went
Dated Oct. lHttv, )ih)-J.
B.J. CUMMINS.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given thai DO days aftor dato
1 intend to nnuly to thu Hon. Uhiof d'otonils*
(���loner of hand- and \V.irk*t fttr �� spontal Hi-ense
to cut arid carry nv.av thiitwr from the follow-
Ingdosortbod lands in wo<t Kootenayi Coin-
inomlng ar a no-t |>1 .mo.l about one-ai.d-a-
. quarter mlloji south ifi r'tirn-unoti and marked
"It. J. OHinmUiB Siiiith-liii-o .'.nner  1'oat, Oct.
lath, i.hi��" tit_.ni-.* ih.nh imi chains, thenco
west Ko -li.tln-, f.t.on. c soiitli sucli,.ius, tlu'iict'
oast BO oh -in- to U'dnt'ul ooinmtJiiceiiient.
I>:lla.J Oct, if., i'JOI.
H.J. CUMMIKS.
Notlee.
Notice In hereby given that RO days aftei
lato i intent! to Hjjply to tho Chief
Uomittisstonerof Tmiiidfiand Works for i>orraIi*-
sion to loiuo lhe foi'pdhore and rivhta thursol
for tlie pur..ime fiforoidlnBastorohoiisa Itl tin*
���Trout lako Dlatrlct "f neat K.oittonay, com-
iiieinim. at a itMt |ila*tted "it thu sboto *���������.'
trout jn!*. ii tid Join in-., the t 'anadlan Pant-tie
Raihvn I'ouipany'a wharf, Ibouoo :JU0 fci
���mil li, i iicn. e W.i f'*'L w est, i hencn ;vu feet u.ir 11,
thence 8W feel *a��t to point of iioinnienteinoiii
Dated at I'tovit Uk.e. _!7th October, llhW.
U0NAt.li u. FOBBES.
Notice.
Hy iixtftannient In  wrliinc dated Autr. 27tl
190.!, t nd row ��::i iitntttua of Funr.i-on, holt-
koei-iur, ttH**igiH'i) " 'be Hudson'* Ha-M.on-
jiH.iv -ill hoiib tlebtc and Credits thou otVlng t
nl ,i in ������mine imti wtib t..v bnstneas earrn*
on hy Im.i al the naiinnral hotel.
.Ml j 10-noiin limn indebted ttsaidcuininihit
an* reqntrt'tt to *-v Im* amoun.K (tw)ngfoi'ti
wi h aud na\' eltlt-ir |iity the ttunoy it \\t
\..i .... doii at lliu Halmoritl hotel, Kerens.,i
whu iia> my atiiiioruy to rc<'ch>t for Kinne,
tho iiiniie,,  inny bo remitted direct to mc r
Itt
he elhtoKn, Au>.. :tt)ib, \Wi.
r.Kn.8 McCARTKtt.
Holtcitor ior the Hmlso-i'H Hay C>
Notion.
Lult Uclic i'rai'tlonal Mineral Claim.
Situated in  Trout  l.liae Mining  Division
Wotl (Coo enay HUtrict.
Located on Nettie ... Mountain adjoining tit
Not tit L. Mineral claim.
TAKK NOTIOK that t, Georito s. McCanei
ncth'j, a., ftpciif l��>r tl.u lireat Western .Mini*
l.imit.-d i.i..biii!.v. Fn-e Minerseei'tiricate N'
B. 4(1171 lit to ti'I fiti daya frnm the date hereof ���
apidy to tho Mining llecor.ler to; a "C'liiirm
of iid|irov-diiAiti|it lur tne |mrponeof obtain In
aCrtnvn i,,��lit of the ab-ive claini-*.
AND FUItCMtlt TAKE NOTICE that actio
nn.ler Sci-tibn ���'���~ iiiiisl be communced befnr
the ixsuaiici! of .'dt'di tertlthrate of improv*
���acuta.
Dated this 1st day of November, 1W2,
UfcO.d. MCCARTER.
Notlee.
Notice Is  hereby ui-/en that we the tin-it*
signed will   not be held  reMiotifibie for tn
debts eontractcd by Quit Llndahlof the Hah
Way iloiihc.
ANDERSON* A ITI.MKh
International
Correspondence
Schools. 8,:Rt.^N���
t..ivtH in*>t'tictlon by mnilln th<�� following Htlbjoetsi Me.ihaitteal englneenn.
rui'!ir.iiit-a', drawing, Electrical engineer
titi.,ieic4rapby, telephony, sanitary plum .-
in;,', heating aud ventilation, civil cngin
eeriii't, architecture-, archltecturi-l diatA
ing sheet metal pattern drafting, Icttcrim
and Hfgn palnttug, ornamental de��ign��,
bt *k keeping. hlen��graphy, milling, sinuli
leg, metallurgy, hydrotuetailurgy, electro
|li*ar'iitiiiitlf*>, French, Herman, Spanti.it
Roi'I fur f'Cocataiogiie,
10 por 0��u: dlH-oiiuibvcutting out thi--
ad. and uurotltng bafore end nf month.
W. li. Ucll UMIAIJ., Local Ag.ut.
Nelaon, B. V.
There In unly one beat mining Journal.
T|j*i la
Mines and Minerals.
ft has a larger circulation than aiiy two other
American mining Journal!* because it is the
best. It is tho largest, best illustrated aud
bandsomctt mining Journal in the wo Id. It
is a mining paper for mining men, 8ub>crlp-
tion price f-i.no per year. Send for free uample
copy AddrdflH MINES *ND MINERALS, Hcran-
ton, I'a., U.��. A. Denver oAces, Ilartb Bldg.,
Donvur.Cnl.   ���
ths a- C- ASSAY & CHC.MI-
CAI. SUPPLY CO. a*.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Han<1.-uftrterfl for A.Nnynr., Mining
AMIII -il.|��.��l.��--*. Btllb MKOtttR In It.
<;. for M^rir.in Crucible Co., HAtter-ca,
Engliwl) F, W. llrmin * Co.'j Hntont
Can* fi.rniH'p*.. t*.iniieii,ct(..; Wm. Aliis-
wor'vli ft Co,'�� I'luo lUilMico., etc, oto.
THE  NEW AND ONLY
MAP
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Including the PUta Crook eamp
and Upper Dune n Klver soi'tlati.ctiin.
piled hy A. I1, cunuiilns, I'.L H.,and A
shannon, h. a., i�� nnw on mtlo at thin
Oltlt'C. Tho ready side of tho map ia
proving all wo have Haiti for it. The
Tiotii CakedIvltdon n. Mitiogruidied in
black, the Uirdeau in red, and the Ain.-
worth in biue, Kveuatendurfnotcould
take a copy cf 'his map nnd il ml any
claim recorded in the threo dlvlatona,
The tiKnititiiins, lakes, iTOOka, wagon
roitda. trittiH, BUrvoyo'l railway route.-.,
and the hicatinti and tiameltn-u uiiiquit
index} of evory mineral claim in tho
district it) shown.
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   In
Person This Map Takes First Place.
in fact overy geographical
feature In a> well doll no thai one i-an
fee at n j:l n *otho initiireofoiirt'oiintry
mid 'he trtlttl cf the elaim lucalloiiH
gives hu iiit'-iliiiilih; Idea of Uie mineral
hulls t'utiuiiig through the camp, ills
cuitaittiy
The   Best   Worth   For   One  Dollar
ever offered in the map line of a mining
camp, It is the first complote-mapol
[lied iKirict nnd i" M'llini; well. It is just
what vou nre looking for. IVIS Al.so
HAVK A FBW MAI'H MOUNT&D ON
LINEN, WITH A GOOD COVKK, KOR
TRaVKLLKRH Oil l-Rllsl'KCTtUW,
WHICH SIJLL AT *l..f��. TUKSliAKK"
THK BKST VALUK. ,\S THLV WILL
U8TK0R VKAUrt.
Address your ordor, with an
enclosure of a one dollar bill, Ino
cheques, uruers, etc,] to
Mini up ttompunUia nt'otboni ordoring
oits of id ur HMiru. tmijja tvill bo sup-
plied ftL nu oetitt) aueh.
rHE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Febouson. B.C.
iiilnl Ihrtw of North Araorica
THIS    IK    THE
UNION   LABEL of
the United Halter--
of North America,
iVhon you ate buv-
ng a ECU HAT,
It hor t-nit or Htiff,
,*fc to it that thc
genuine UNION
l.itbel issewpd in it.
If a retailer hue
louse labulv lu IiIf
|iusNussinn and oilers io .ml olio In a
hut for you, do not
^^^^^^^^ palrntiiae him.  He
cuotait,. .'-.lit *n na\e Iiioro labels. Loose
bels in teialf stores are coituierfclts. Do not
ten to any uxpjattation ns to why tho imi
is no-lahel. Thc Cenuine Cnion Label is
erforatcd on ihe four edgOH exactly the same
���' a postage stamp. Cnnuterfcitf aro some*
nies perfnratod on three ol the edires, and
iiietimestnilv'im two. Keep a sharp lookout
���t the counterfeits. I'nprinetpled maiiufac*
��� rersarc uslnc them In order to get rid of
cir m-ab-made hats. The John H-.(Stetson
o. of Philadelphia, I'a.. is non-union concern,
JOHN A. MOFFJTT. President.
Orange, N.J.
JOHN PHILLIPS,Secretary.
I 7!t7 ilOdford Ai'C.itnuiklvn.N.Y
wsfin^"
lalcyon Hot Springs
iunitiirium   .   .   .
ARROW LAKES, B.C.
Rittiafed midst scorety unrivalled fnp
grandeur. The most complete health
rasorton the continent of North America.
Its bnth" cure all Nervous und Muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
Kidney. Liver and stomacii ailments.
They a>e a never faillnu remedy for
all meta Hep-dio..8, completely purify*
ing the system.
TKRMS-ll.'t to -118 per week, accord.
ing to residence in Hotel ur Villus,
!.f ERl INK OP CANADA
Capital AathorUed, t*,ooo,ooo
Ctipltal (Paid-up) 12,863,932
Rent    ....   $2,4.18,595
' IIKAI) liFKICE, TORONTO.
I). 11. Wilkie, Ooneral Manager.
Ilranrlics In Ontario, Qiiebct., Manitoba, N. W.
T. uml Brill.-.!, culutnbia.
A0KNT8 AND COBRKSPONnKN'TS.
(troal llrltnin���Lloyds Hank, Limited
United Slates���New Vork. Htiiik ol Montreal,
" "     ���rhirneo, Klrsl Niilional Bank.
'���        *���    ���San   rran.'laCO, Welt, Fariro
& Co'. Hank,
..       "    -Rt. I'niil, iecoml Nat'l Bank.
"       "   ��� Minnuuuolia l-'irst Nat'l Hank
..       "    -Settle, Seattle National Bank
llRANI'HKS IN  11. C.
Vancouver,   R.e'elKlake,    Nelson,   Holden,
F.'1'ku..'ih Viet.. I .
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT.
Interest ultowcdut .-urrent rules.
A general bunking busitiesM transauted,
If. MACDONALD
Local maagtr.
Time Table.
8. S. ARCHER OR S.S. LARDBAU
lliinniii*.' between Anowhciid, Beaton ttntl (Jonuiplix. (.'.mmenuinj; Oi'to-
liot- Mill, 1001, will anil ae follows,
we.uln.1' perraltttlug.
Leavinjj Afrowheud for Boaton and
Comaplix, twluj daily���JOk and 15k.
Leaving Beaton und Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice daily ��� 7:1,1k and
I2i4ijk. Making (.lose eonneelionB
with all 0. IJ. il. Steamers and trains.
Tlio owners reserve the right to
clmnifo times of .ailing, without
notice.
Th. Frod Robinson Lumber Co. Ltd
AN/VDIAN
ACIFIC
Lj^ WORLD'S  Lq1
Scenic Route
D1ICKCT LINK    , ,
BART���Winnipeg Toronto,
Ottawa, Montreal, St. Joitn,
Uitlifiix, Boston, New York.
WEST��� Westminster, Vancouver, Victoria, .Kle.iiR-.vHv,
DawHon, Seattle, Portland,
Sun Eranetsito.
lTpp��r Ii��lt-n  Stioioicrrt
Leave Tort William Sunday,
Tuesday, Friday via Boo Mno,
St. I'HIlI. DltlUtll. CIllCHRO.
Toorlnt Stepper Service
EA..T
Ia*. Dunmore .fct. daily for
St Paul, Kooty. L��1k. Tues.,
Sal. for Toronto and all eastern points.
WEST
Lv. Revelstoke ilaily for Scat*
tic Vancouver and Coast eit*
ies.
Through tickets to Europe
via. all Atlantic lines.
Prepaid   tickets   from   alt
points at lowest rates.
For full information apply to local agents I
���fyy* y-y-y-y-y #*-y*y *y w -y**-F*a *y *y **���**#* **y*-*a*^Bi
J. S. CARTER,   E. J. COYLE,
D. P. A��� A. G. P. A.
Nelaon. Vancouver.
J. DONOVAN, Agent, Arrowhead.
__5_&S&E&!^^^^
CUMMINS * CO.
Established 1896
m
General Merchants
mmmmmrW2&&&��
Windsor Hotel
When coinino' Into FerifliAiin thn lirst hotel to
' see Is the Windsor. If one Is loukloir (or tho
best accommodation,'!, o. Clean, woll tended
rooms, a well furnished table nnd choice liquors and clears, then tlio Windsor Is the best
place to stop. Read Int.' rooms and parlors
nloely furnished.   Everjtlilns! quiet.
Madame O'Connor, Proprietress,
*,.............. ���-������-������������ ��,,,���,, i
WE CARRY CARPETS,
LINOLEUMS, OlLCLOtttS AND
CHINA MATTING. .���
MtO-V BEDS a Specialty    -J
55 and up. 't
Goods can be furnished to any part ol I.arde.-tu on very short notice
as the serviee is such that delivery can be made in one day from Netsod.
No Charge for packing: ���������*���-���������<-��� *>���-���-��� .������������*>-�����..<
. * : . *. t . *,'**, ,...-> . ���        .,..,.,.-
1�� 0 0 ��� �� �� ��� .4-44**-441-4-4144-4-4*-4*+-+4.
Funeral Directors and I
Emoatmers. i
tUraduate ot Myer's Uollego of EmMhmiiirl   I
Can attend case at Forguson at ten   *,
2 hours notlco if advised by wire. I
������-�����><.��...<���< *^��->. �� ��-^�� ��� �� 4 4 .... *���
D. J. Robertson & Co-
nelson, B. C.
Mlii SHELTER CO., LTD,
Capitalization $2,000,000
In 2,000,000 Shares. Par Value fl.ou Eaca.
-ASSETS
Three-quarters of tho Capital Stock In Treasury, 2,1,000 shares Slmillta-
raeen Valley Coal Co., Ltd., Stock, ten acre Smelter site at Ashnola.
Throe Minoral claims situated three miles from Ashnola.
3840 acres Coal Lands, near Okanagan Lako, having an eight foot seam
of good steam and Domestic Coal.
Tho Ilrst 200,000 nf these shares have already been subscribedand share.
are now selling at 1,1 cents on calls of two and one-half cents per month.   "
For Further Information apply to
R. J. STEEL,
Official Broker.
-Nelson, B. G.
If you   are   building  or contemplate building we will he
pleased to quote you estimates on anything made in oyr
Sash and Door Factory
and we feel confident that we can give you satisfaction in
every particular,     Write: Sawyer Bros., Revelstoke, B. C.
^^&JlM. __ PuMMN   .be  fullest tetc3r��.ph,c
j     c   .   .    - . /S( new. from ail pnrts of tho world.
.     ieilUe *  Ore*!     j *,_(_, \\ the fi.ntemid o.-si ntws.   Dat'.'
I  *      ''Paper. | '���|'<i Sunday edition 75c per month.
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j msi ��� ii.itu.Hin.eN. co....e,uut. WASH.
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����t*4iwxi(ia��w^HSss��^^ t Local  and General. *
> t
��� t
tl 4-444 ��-*>����*l �������������*>������������> ������������
EORN.-Tu Mr. and Mra. Jas. Lude
". daughter.
The usual weekly dunce was lield In
t'.ie hall Thursday.
M. W. McKiomin of Sandon, was a
* i**itur in tuwu this week.
AIoj. McKay a prn.||-��otor o.r Cam*
borne, was iu Ferguson Wedunsdny.
Father Chisolm camo in en Tuesday
ou a visit tu his cousin Mr. Al Chisolm.
P.. Harran, travelling for _!Ssn
Francisco (irm  came   into  Ferguson
Tuesday.
W. n. Pool, manager of tho Ophir-
Lado mino relumed to Ferguson Tues-
jny from the south.
Jim Cummings of ths Kina'e hotel
has pono east on a visit to his deeeas-
"u wife's relatives. '
D, C. Carroll, Camborne, and A. O.
.Street, Kossland, were at the Forguson
House Wednesday.
A. F. Roseobei-ger, managing director of tlio Culumot and U, 0, Goldllelds
Co. lias gone un an eastern trip.
... Daney returned home Monday
(rem the west where he purchased
-slqlglu and feed lur his ������.rowing
freighting business.
Daney's puck train made the last
trip to the Silver Cup today fortius
season, liawhiuint* will be commenced
the first of next neek.
A grand "At Home" is being
arranged for hy the hospital Committee to celebrate tho opening
which will lake place Xu,ns eve.
The recorders office hus been moved
IW-U Cotuaplix to Ca_uti.il te. J. aom*
aer is the mining recorder tor that
tint of tbe Lardeau.
Mr. tv'uuns, reccutljaqoounUiut in
".ho VabCOUyor branch ol the Imperial
busk, has been appointed manager '6f j
-.tie Uew branch at Ltegina.
Wi-i'u ji.u nt the  Champagne sup-,
���jifcrou   Wednesday  nigulV    Wo wore
pot, uuo the I'.u^ie was nut represented,
liow  o.saslious tout uo tepoit  cau he
glveu. |
���The Trout Luke Topic lias it that I
The firm! consignment of telephones
arrived this week, ranking the full
compliment of instrument.-, on lines
taking In the three mines, Triune,
Silver Cup .-.nd Kettle L,
Limit. With a Payi.triH-.k,
Saddle burses foi- sale. We have all
kinds and ut all prices. We can suit
you,   Craig _t Uilliuan, Beaton.
All the latest heoks, magazines and
period ieals fur holiday readini* in stock
ut tin. Canada Dru^&llouk Co.'s store,
Kevelstoke, B.C. V'romptattention to
mall orders.
11 pays to use the telephone. A trip
can often be saved to Trout Lake, Ilea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
the phone. Office iu Cummins _. Co.'s
storo.
* Smoker?: If you want tho genuine "Union" and "Our Special"
CIQAR see that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters on evory box.
���H. A. Brown, Kevelstoke. B. C.
* To get acquainted witb this district
you should have a copy of the new and
only map. Send a ono dollar bill to
the Eagle and secure one at once.
I). J. Robertson & Co. of Neleor,
carry tne best selected stock of fui-
r.ituro in tho Kontenay. Try thoin
for carpets and linoleums.
THB CHURCHES.
Methodist.
Service will he.hold in Kaglc hall
overy Sunday commencing at.'lp. tn,
ano alternate Sundays at 8 p- in.   All
aro invited to attend.
8. J. Green, Pastor.
J ���rjjr -WTM -s-f WW '��"���**�� qs-y. U
11 PROFESSIONAL J t
i i       CARDS.       j k
$ t .a ������
-1 fcl* ���fr.-^.'t ivu',^ \ft.rttJ','u',*' Klii  r
w  _������__ . ..-1
j O   B* N. WILKIE, j
���i V-^�� p. l. s. r
i ��
a ��� .
I Provincial 5
|j Land ?
J Surveyor *
3     Ferguson and Trout Lake.     5
H ** l*
Jj Surveys mado and Crown Grants ji
3 Obtained. C
3 OIHee:     ���      ���     Trout Lako. [{
lw
ILLIAM A. BAUER,
DOMINION ASI) PROVINCIAL, LAXD SUKVEYORS.
8urvcy�� of Mines, Mineral Clatme and
crown I.a,,d��. Crown (���rami Ob-
tnlncl and Assessments Managed
for Ahsontcus.
Offices:   Camborno anil Vaneouvor
AiijElicnu.
Divine service will be held overy
Sunday in Kagle hall at 3 in the afternoon and 8 in the evening alternately
An invitation to attend is extended li
every body II. A. Solly,
Curate.
Motion.
I give notlco that tho partnership heretofore
eKl-iinKliuU'ecti luysoltand It. r. hurv, und. r
tild tir.ii tu.lut of K.T. tJury & Co . is di.-solveO
bj* nio.
B. II. 1IATII0.
Nov. 14th, INI.
Notlco.
All ai*coa*it*s duo to tho late firm of Cum
mins,*:( o., K.rfM'i-oa, n (!;, must lie paid si
ones to l'"u*d ('.. Elliott, Trout l,a_s City or t>,
A 0. C.i-ntnlai, KoruUHoa, B.C., or to tin*
utidoisleiied j.ur- ha-er.
riltllll'SO.N E. L. TAYLOR.
Nov. I.Ill, Wit. Kevelstoke,
the Ferguson hospital ball will be held !
ou the .21b.   'Ibe lupl. is lu  ol'ior,
thc dale ol the bull Is ISov. 21-41, louigiit
peek.
Arthur Kvaus recently proprietor of
tile Prospectors' ICxeliuiiue at lioatou
has taken over the uew hotel at Cuui-
borne which tie will run in luiuru.
A. K. Blackburn, a brother of the
editor ol the Kusio Kootunaniau came
into Ferguson Tuesday to take charge
of the stores lor tbe Great Western Co.
Messrs. D. L. Clink, H. A; Solly,
George Taylor and others were tu
town Irom Trout Luke Wednesday for
I lie purpose ol getting Fergusuuiles to
join with Troul Lake iu organising a
Masonic Lodge.
Roy Jameson purchased the O. K.
barber shop of Wm. Schnell on Thursday. Roy has made himself popular
sinco romlng to Perguson and he will
make money out ol the business.
S. Daney sent through tho first
frolght team from Ferguson to tbe
Triuno Turn. 1 be emu actors Glen,
.lohnsnn und Shernn completed tlieir
work and the gang of men arrived in
town Thursday.
Tho Union hotel was opened on
Monday. The work of furnishing and
other improvements to bo made will
occupy another month's time. When
BulstiO- Mr. Laughton, proprietor,
will have ono of the best hostlorles in
tho west. Thc Herald will give
further particulars when tho wmkln
hand is completed.���Herald, Revelstoko,
One of our bachelors is looking
noxiously to thn timo when he will
ceaso to be a guest atone of Ferguson's
hotels and will be ablo to gaze fondly
nt bis charmer across bis own festive
board. It Is unfortunate the coal oil
famine still continues tis tho proper
nvinsils for a serenade will not bo
forthcomnlg. We understand the
younj- lady will corns from a southern
' land.
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Smith c& Co.
45 Bleury St,
* Montreal
1
Will bt. represented tn
���Pei'jrudon three or four
daya eiirh month. Auy
orm*i*�� for cslutblnir will
rt'Cfivu clone Htlontiuu
a ml wo
GUARANTEE   A   FIT.
Our representative
S. A. Scott is a
practical tailor and
will mako clothes
fit, Hold your
orders for him.
Reduced to FIFTY
CENTS A YEAR
New Idea
Woman's
Magazine
Former ly
One
Dollar
THIS Is the cheapest and best
Fashion Magazine now be-
fore the American public. Itshows
New Ideas In Fashions, in Millinery,
In Embroidery, In Cooking, in
Woman's Work ard In Reading;
beautifully Illustrated In colors and
in black and white. Above all. It
shows the very fashionable New Idea
Sr-oss, made from New Idea Pat-
ts.ns, which cost only 10c. each.
Send Five Cents To-day
foraslngl. copy of tha Nsw Idea Woman's
MAOAZIttE. ind sm what groat value
for the money It un etve you.   ::  -���'.  ".
TUT. NEW ISXl PVlMMtlHG CO.
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H��-ctfitiarterti for InFiirmatlim Regarding -i
Lardeau i'ruiirrtirs* {-i
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Cull nnrt ice Sampl-ri. $
OFFICE:    VlOTOHUAVEj..^^ J
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1J0BEBT HODGE, |
nARItlSTBB, ETC. ���}
Solicitor for S
The Imperial linnk if
t'cr-juson, B. C. j
ObTIt-'E-In tho Opblr Lndc bloek. i[
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lABVBV.McCARTEKit'ISKUAM, [j
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s Geo. S. Mcllartor.               J. A. Harvey. >
L" a. M. Pinkham.                  'f
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' TH*RED C, ELLIOTT,
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' Barrister,   Notary Public etc. J
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C..AXD
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Ferguson, B. C. S
W.
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;. J. M. SCOTT, A. B. L. L. B. .1
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j  FERGUSON   j
MEAT MARKET
Havlnt. purchased the
Fcrgusun Meat Market we
are prepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of
Fresh and cur.d meats. A
(rood supply of Hoof, Pork,
Mutton, Sausages, Hams
and Bacon  always on hand,
P. BURNS k CO.
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Whon you want o
GOOD SHAVE
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3 LATEST HAIR CUT a
8 B
J] can,,, (J
���1 $oy Jameson %
IS      Hot or Cold Baths in connection.      tr
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READ THE EAQLE.
McKinnon ct Sutherland I 1
Headquarters for Clothing
of All Kinds. Our Mackinaw
Suits are rain and cold proof.
Groceries, Drygoods and
Hardware arriving constantly
by car Lots.
McKinnon tf Sutherland
i The Post Office Store V
pnocar load of Groceries and two cur loads vegetables   u ?t put, k
in stock.      Our stock of general merchandise ts well solectetl und K
comploto.      We have a variety of Carpet Squares  that  will pleuso. f^
Our special line this month is rubber pjiids.   Ladles nnd mens'rub- Vi
burs and coats, etc.   We have apples and pears for everybody. -J-*-.
G. B. Batho & Co.
f^^i^^lS^^M^MM^^^^W'M^
PRIVATE DININfl ROOMS FOR
LADIES,
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL A.VI) MINING MEN.
:THE:
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON & SLINGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite the Postoffice.
^^^g^^W^^l
i Packing and Fergus<Lfacking V
^j ITreighting     ,^nsfer 0utfit- \
ii Contracts entered into for pucklnfrof Mining Supplies, ft
tt etc, to any point In tho district. J*,
Good, prompt servli-c, and any work undcrtakon guaranteed, PretghtlDjt from Tbomson's Landing to Fefgusoti
a apeetalty.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C,     S. Daney, Prop,
D    Q     MI/IF C_Of\7    HighOlaaBMorchantTailor,
t\4   *3e     W iL/^Kjiy. REVELSTOKE, B. O.
t
Any orders you may favor us with
Il ill receive prompt
attention.
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Perguson Hotel
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HcDONtU & BUCK.
IY��prit,Brs.
FERGUSON, B. C.
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