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deau eagle.
VOL. II. NO.
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FERGUSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA, DECEMBER 5, 1900.
82.00 A YEAR.
The Nettle L. Will Have the First
60 Tod Out Saturday.
GREA T FUTURE FOR US
What Manager Pool and the Rich
Nettie L. are Doing for Themselves and the Camp's Interests
in General.���No More Shares on
the Market.���Railway Needed.
F.I. Hillman says that tbe Nettie L.
will be able to make their first shipment of ore this season on Saturday.
The teams are on the jump and at
least 50 tons will be ready by that time.
As soon as the roads get better, being
very Boft now in places, larger loads
will be taken and regular weekly shipments can be made, so that tbere
seems to be no doubt but that the Arm
will be kept open all winter, as the
larger boats coming in for the ore will
easily keep the ice broken. Manager
Pool came down from the mine on Sunday and left, for Revelstoke on Mouday.
To say that Mr. Pool is enthusiastic
over the Nettie L. would bo putting it
mild. The company will soon be on
easy street; the struggle has been a
long and hard one, but such men as
Mr. Pool cannot be kept down by suoh
a trifling thing as having no money.
Soon Mr. Pool will be a chicken-fed
capitalist while all the shareholders
will be happy. No European managers are paid to look wise ond draw a
handsome salary on the Nettie L.
3taff; Mr. Pool is the manager, superintendent, financier, the whole push in
fact, and withal he is proving this
raine to be one of tho richest propositions in British Columbia. They are
shipping ore, paying the extortionate
freight and treatment charges, and
pushing right ahead, believing that
there will be lots of ore left for tho
railway whon it does come. The people of this district arc proud of tbe
Nettie' L. and its endeavor to help
along the interests of the camp, us
well as its own.
Metropolitan Deal Is
Finally Accomplished
The Railway News
is Exceedingly Brigh t
TOPIC'S PREMATURE CHARGES
Call YourselfLff Jack���Don't Let
Everybody Know You're Batty.
The Eaole will contribute ��100 in
cold cash towards tho erection of a
hospital in Ferguson if the Topic can
prove that it ever "condemned1' a mining property in this district.
It is quite true that tho EAGLE ba9
disapproved of the methods employed
by one or moro companies or syndicates
in the past, and it will continue to do bo
in the future as occasion demands.
The organ of whoever pays the price
need not go into convulsions and
further demonstrate to its half dozen
readers that its editor has loss brains
than the good Lord generally gives
little geese. If the Eagle desires to
accept a contract agreeing to take
shares,��worthle8B or valuable for tho
samo, It is it's own funeral. And on
the other hand If the Eagle sees lit to
discontinue the said contract, believing
that it was boing buncoed, It is also its
own business.
The EAGLE can worry along very
woll without the assistance of the
Topic's columns. A closer attention to
its own business and a like, privilege
extended to the Eagle would bo more
to the best interests ot this country.
For heaven's sake, Jack, closo your
face and go to work, and let's try to
accomplish something of real value to
the long suffering community here.
fit
RESUMPTION OP WORK.
The Towser To Be  In Full Blast
In a Few Days.
Supt. W. Innes, of the Towser, who
has been in town a few days awaiting
word from J. M. Skeaff, of Chicago,
returned to the mine yesterday, and
with a couple of men will continue
work until further instructions are
received. Mr. Innes hopes that within
a few days a full force will be employed
and everything running smoothly.
There is apparently some deal on or
Mr. Skeaff would be here before this,
The sale of the Metropolitan group
is now an accomplished fact. P. W.
Tiffin, barrister, of Vancouver, arrived
here on Saturday, examined the
records and titles, found them o. k.,
handed over tho purchase price to
the owners and all the necessary documents were signed, sealed and delivered, f
The purchaser is Chas. W. McCrossan of Duluth, Minn., who has formed
a company to develop and operate the
group. Already a cabin has been
built, some very rich . ore taken out
and everything made ready for an
early resumption of work next spring.
It may not be out of place for the
Eagle to give its readers somo idea
of the property just sold, in as much as
lt amply demonstrates only one of the
golden opportunities for investment
offered in the Lardeau.
Some weeks bofore tbe snow came
it was our pleasure to have visited the
Metropolitan group of mineral claims,
looking over them somewhat carefully.
The'group consists of six full sized
claimB, the Sun Francisco, Chicago,
Boston, New York, Montreal and
Fairview, occupying an area of ap-
proximately 300 acres. It is situated
tit the head of tho north fork of Lan
deau creek; tho San Francisco, Chi'
cago, Boston and New York being in
series along the same location lino,
while tho Montreal sidelines tho Chicago on the south, and the Fairview
sidelines the same claim on tho north.
The property is distant about nine
miles from Ferguson, with a good pack
trail leading to it. Seven miles of this
trail, i.e. the distance between Ferguson and Circle City, is on a wagon road
grade, and ono milo of it is already
widened into a wagon road, it being
the intention of the government to
convert the trail to Circle City into a
wagon road as soon as possiblo.
The formation in the belt in which
tho Metropolitan group is situated
consists of a thin-bedded schist in
which at intervals occur strata of lime
varying in width from 10 ft. to 400 ft.,
and it is along these strata that the
mineral'is found. Tho strike of tho
formation through tho country is
northwest and southeast, and the strata
stand vertical, there being a .slight
dip towards the northeast.
Thoro are threo distinct ledges running through ihe property with good
oro showings on each. On the Montreal claim there is a ledge from two to
four feet in width, woll mineralised
with galona oro, situated in the contact between tlie lime and schist.
The oro from this ledge Is somewhat
low grade, running from $48 to 8110 to
the ton In all valuos.
At a distance of about 1000 ft. to tho
northeast of this is another ledge,
which outcrops on the Boston and Now
York claims, where some work dono
has uncovered concentrating oro varying in width from four to six ft.
Higher up the slope and at a distance of some four or five hundred foet
to tho northeast of this latter lodge is
the 'Metropolitan ledge proper. This
lies along a narrow belt of schist lying
in tho middle of a rather wide stratum
of lime. The ledge along its lino of
outcrop on the San Francisco and Chicago claims varies in width from four
to six feet, and consists of quartz and
calcito carrying considerable galena
and gray copper. This upper part of
the ledge, however, seems to have
been impoverished of its mineral by
the numerous stringers that are found
at intervals, for about 200 ft., down the
slope from it. Theso small veins, 10 or
12 in number, vary in width from 2 to
12 Inches, and are traceable along the
slope and paralleling the ledge for distances varying from 30 or 40 foot
to over 400 feet. They all dip in
towards the ledge proper and all consist of almost clean grey copper and
|gklen��,   whioh aa ascertained from
various teBts whieh havo been made
show values ranging from $200 to $600
to the ton. There is evory indication
that theBe small veins all come from a
common body of ore, and without
doubt when the ledge is tapped at tho
point from which these Btnall veins are
given off, a good body of mineral will
be encountered. This can bo done by
cross-cut tuunel about 1)00 foet in
length and in addition to prospecting
the ledge proper with thia tunnel, the
veins can be worked out from it, for
they will all pay to work.
The Eagle can unhesitatingly
recommend the proposition as a surer
investment than is genortilly found
along tbe line of a mining venture.
There is almost no risk, for tho purchase prico and cost of development
are secured from the start, for the position of tho ledge along quite a steep
declivity makes It an easy proposition
for tunnelling and there Is an abundance of timber on the Montreal claim
for all mining purposes, and on the
same claim thero is plenty of water
power to work any machinery necessary for tho purposo of mining at a
later stage. Indeed the whole preposition is suited in overy way for the
currying on of legitimate mining.
THE BUSY  FISH OREEK CAMP.
Never Before Has There Been Such
Activity During the Winter
Months.
1.-Great
camp over
Camborne,
ment  prevails
J. Ernst Secures a Tie-Up on Jas.
Comerford's Property.
THEYARE COMING OUR WAY
Doc 1.���Great excite-
in camp over a new
strike that hns been made on tho Eva
group. Tho quarts is so rich that it
has to bo sacked as it falls from thc
blast. Cabins and oro sheds aro being
built as quickly as possible, to accommodate the ever Increasing staff, and
the quantity of quartz now being sacked, the richness of which can be estimated from the fact that during a
temporary abscense of sacks blasting
was suspended.
A pack train of supplies went upon
Wednesday to the Brunswick, a promising property owned by tho Lardeau
Goldsmith Co., of Rossland, where
three men, under Foreman Angus
Mackay, intend working all winter,
Never before In tho history of the
camp has so much activity prevailed at
this time of year. Tlie Kootenay
Lumber company's four-horse team
havo beon making daily trips to the
camp. Both Messrs. Mngeo iz Men-
henick and Brat) fort's pack trains
havo been passing through every day,
making the round trip to the mines
and back to Comaplix, and although
tho trails from hero upwards aro
almost impassible, have not yet
finished taking in tlie required sup
plies.
That the Lardeau and Trout Lake
districts will havo a railway by this
time next year there seems to be no
reason to doubt. The presence of C. P.
K. surveyors, locating "that 20 miles
of railway," in two feet of snow; the
assurances given to the wholesaler's
association by President Shaughnessy
at Nelson recently; the personal letter
now on file in this office from the same
source, and the fact that tho contractors, Messrs. MeVeagh & Poupore, of
Nelson, expect word every day to enrn-
ence work at this end, all points to this
conclusion.
It may seem ridiculous at first
thought, to say that the road will be
built this winter; but why? Labor can
be procured from the Sound cities,
where there aro thousands of idle men,
at nearly one half the cost of six
months later, and with tho C. P. Ii.
this is a big consideration, much as wc
despise the introduction of cheap
labor. The branch from Wigwam to
Arrowhead, wflieh is a worse piece of
work than this one, wns built during
the winter months, Tho possibilities
of the road are Buch tbat tho Eagle
man expects to make his next trip to
tiie main line on cushions. As the old
maid says "this is so sudden!'' We
can scarcely believe it ourselves���a
railway for tlie Lardeau. This happy
realization lias a tendency to take one's
breath, but the cold fact of the matter
is: "the time has come."
Already the inllucncc is being felt.
Properties are changing hands, town
lots are eagerly sought aftor, and
everything indicates a lively time for
ibis district from this day hence. Not
oven the deep snow can cool the
enthusiasm so freely shown by everyone in the district. And in outsido
camps the change of sentiment and
constant talk of this district is even
more noticeable than at home. Everybody is talking "Lardeau." It's a
household word in Rossland, Nelson,
Spokane and Vancouver.
Such richness of oro as is found in
this camp, cannot longer lie dormant.
Thoso resources will command capital!
Every new find,evory new strike, every
salo and the handsome returns from
the smeltor, ull have a tendency to
bring this country to the front. But
the advent of a railway will just be the
beginning of what is in store for us.
Investment Seekers Are Already
Securing Themselves For The
Inevitable Activity Next Spring.
���Ground Floor Seekers Will Not
Wait, But Are Coming in Now.
J. Ernst, a knight of the grip from
Nelson, representing the California
Wine Co., was in town on Saturday.
While here Mr, Ernst secured a bond
upon James Comerford's property at
the head of McDonald creek, known as
the Mountain View and Blue lay. The
bond covers from now until Augl.
1901. If the deal goes through all
right it will be the biggest one ever
turned over in the Lardeau. Mr. Comerford's assessment work last summer
proved the property's worth. There is
no doubt about it, Mr. Comerford has
ono of the biggest and best surface
showings over produced in this country
and Mr. Ernst is more than fortunate
in securing a tie-up on so merited a
property. That the bond will be taken
up even before its expiration the
Ragle has little doubt, for Mr. Ernst
is a rustler from-tho toes up and with
the financial assistance of seeking
investors at his back, a happy combination is formed; and all to the
mutual advantage of this district.
Gontlo people, wo have a grand
country with unbounded resources, and
the timo is not far distant when thousands of people will be kicking themselves for not having come in hero
sooner. With transportation a certainty for the immediate future we
need havo no fear. Our mineral, timber and agricultural resources will do
the rest.
THE   FIRST   AND   LAST.
The   Political   Campaign   Opened
And Shut In This Camp.
A. C. Gabon, of Rossland, addressed
a meeting in Ferguson on Monday
in the Interest of the Liberal canidate,
W. A. Galliher. Mr. Foley's cause
was uphold by R. P. Pettipieee. A.
.f. Gordon acted as chairman, ft was
a Foley meeting.
At Trout Lake the same evening
another meeting was held with Ed
Adair on deck for John McKane, tho
Conservative candidate. J, J, Langstaff occupied the chair. Mr. Gabon
is a fair and clean speaker, but from
his own words showed that he should
vote for Mr. Foley. R. P. Pettipieee did what he could to show
Foley's claim for votes, while Mr.
Adair told of tho broken pledges of the
Liberals. It was a big meeting and
broke up with cheers for the Queen
and Chris. Foley only. Foley is a sure
winner in thiB camp.
HELLO!   REVELSTOKE.
Ferguson To Be Connected By
Phono With The Main
Lino.
W. Cowan, of Revelstoke, informs
tho EAGLK that on and after February
1st, 1001, he will again assume control
of the Lardeau telephono service,
Messrs. Kinman Si Curry's lease expiring on that date. Mr. Cowan intends
to string a copper wire between Arrowhead and Revelstoke, thus connecting
us by 'phone with the main line. The
whole system will be renovated and a
competent man placed in charge, with
the best of appliances wherever a
'phono is installed, This ehiin��c will
be appreciated, for tlie present service
is scarcely up to the mark.
A NEW  BROKERAGE  FIRM.
Tlie Provincial   Government Will
Endeavor to Bring  Buyer
And Seller Together.
R. E. Gosnell, secretary of tho
provincial bureau of information,
prints the following notice: "In order
that thc government may be in possesion of definite information with
which to supply those seeking investment in this province, I am
instructed to invito particulars from
theso who have properties for sale, and
who may fool disposed to forward such
particulars to this office for the purposo in question. In view of tho proposed early reorganization of ohc
agent-general's uftico in London, England, tho desirability of having on
file a list of farms and other properties
for sale, with full and accurate details
the fullest particulars are desired, not
only of tho properties themselves, but
of  the  locality   in   which  they    are
ituated, and tho conditions affecting
them. Printed schedules will upon
application, bo forwarded to those
desirous of making sales.
SILVER CUP'S SHIPMENT.
The Manager and Superintendent
To Tp.ke a Lay-off.
Manager Didisheim, ul the Silver
Cup, will leave for tho old country
shortly, while Superintendent D. G.
McNeill purposes making a short
visit to Colorado points. Tho 200-ton
shipment of ore from the Cup will bo
out In tho courso of a couple of weeks,
and thoro s'ooins to bo no certainty of
any moro boing shipped this winter,
unless instructions from London
govern to the contrary,
MAIL MATTER MIXED.
The Present   Arrangement    Will
Not Do.���New Contract to
Be   Let.
Postollico Inspector Dorman is
expected in hore daily, to arrango for
thc winter mail service. A. C. Cummins is as yet carrying tho mail on
Craig & Hillman's contract, so that a
new contract must be made. If A. C.
Cummins thinks for ono solitary
moment that tho pooplo of Ferguson
and its mines aro going to stand for
tho kind of a service that is now being
meted out, he is laboring under a
delusion. Just because Ferguson is
four miles from tho wooing abode
of Mr. Cummins is no reason why we
lh Forguson should not have our mail
tho samo day as Trout Lako, the same
as we have had all summer long. The
EAGLE has a reliable man in mind who
is willing to undertake to carry this
mail In a fit and proper manner aud
Mr. Dorman will do well to mako a few
enquiries before letting the contract to
anyone. Lardeau Eagle.
Published cvi'iy Wednesday morning ni Hie
ofltao <>i publication) Ferguson, U 0���by
It. 1'. PETTI IMIJCK.
IS,
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t-ARUEAU BAG
FKRQUSO
ixecuto
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1D00,
FROM THE SANCTUM.
The EAGLE would rather own an
Interest in a claim of country rock,
under good management, than have a
promising mineral surface with uncertain managers.
Be tho present Provincial government's faults what they may, one thing
is obvious; tho mining resources, and
other special inducements to investors
of British Columbia aro boing brought
to tho notice of tho outside world. The
force of printer's ink will accomplish a
great deal if circulated and placed
judiciously. With imminent revival,
in mining circles now so certain, many
private owners of the people's heritage
will coin money. Tho balance of the
problem will face our children, when
these heritages pass into the hands of
private capital. The timo will not bo
long.
The Chamber of Mines, recently
inaugurated in Kossland, has for its
purpose what evory live newspaper in
tho same field is striving for���the
bringing uf onr wonderful mineral
resources to the attention of men sock-
ink profitable investment. And for
this reason both should work and pull
together to accomplish the desired
<������' '������ ���'. The resources of tho Lardeau
will sooner or late" commend thorn-
solves to tlie mining world, but the
sooner tho better. While the EAGLE
has no doubt of the ultimate outcome,
we cannot afford to overlook any
opportunities or making our special
Inducements to investors known. The
EAGLE for one will do Its share |
towards making the Chamber
Minus a Buccess.
SCREAMLETS.*
Fusion
Garden will
to-morrow.
kill-
y  mnyoi
ancouver
When a man looses his position
is without money, his relatives koe
far from his house as if he' had
bubonic plague.
ind
tho
1111:
Tho election of Chrl
row will make
house of comini
beginning in 11
Foley to-mor-
of liis kiudied in the
at Ottawa. A good
Ight cause.
[gned a
b eight-
Remember! W. A. Galliho
petition praying that the min
hour law be repealed.   Plunk for Foley
aud make sure you aro right.
Not one dollar Is offered in Rossland
on either Galliher or McKane which
is not instantly covered by men who
are eager to bet on Foley's election.
It is a pity that, overy girl doesn't follow business pursuits long enough
before marriage to know that sho
must have dinner on time or lose her
job.
MR. FOLEY'S POLITICAL AIM.
I. Free compulsory education.
-. A legal working day of eight
input's.
|    .*!.   Government    inspection   of all
i industries.
!   4,   Tho abolition  of  the contract
| system on all publio works.
5. Tbe public ownership of all franchises, such as railways, telegraphs,
waterworks, lighting, etc.
6. The abolition of Asiatic immigration, the application ofthe educational test and tlie abolition or Inducements to foreign immigration to settle
in the Dominion.
7. The    abolition   of
under 14 years of age,
8. The abolition of thc
required of candidates for
ion house
i). Compulsory arbitration of laboi
disputes.
10. Prohibition of prison labor in
competition with free labor.
II. Compulsory exercise of the franchise.
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The
Central
Hotel _
WHEN VIM   ABE IN TBODT LAKE OITY
PUT UP AT _
Revelstoke ?��
Iho
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manfigpmont.
J Queen's
Hotel-.
Abrahamson Bros., Proprietors.
QV/ and up to date.
V.
Liquors and Cigars
headquarters,
ig ruoin ; A 1 servta
Everything m
#Kiri> I'rool 8;
Finest Willi-
Cheerful din
MODERATE RATES CUVEN.
child   labor
$250 dopes it
tho Domin-
"Tho Cup Is a puzzle," says tho
Topic. Compared with the manager it
is a dead easy problem. Such a conglomeration as he will remain unsolved
evermore.
Somo men are condemned for having
an honest opinion and tho courage to
express it. Wc can't all ho of the
same opinion. Tf we wero there would
be a lot of preachers out of a job���
Cranbrook Herald.
No informed person on tho outsido
seems to doubt that the Lardeau will
have a railway next season. Tn fact it
is looked upon as a certainty. The
presence of C. P. R. survey parties,
and every indication, goes to prove
this assumption.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
o not In1 annoyed if at tlio expiration <��f
ir subscription tlio Eaglo ceases to Uv your
f, line notice will bo scnl you and if there
ic will becul off. li
ry, iohI "business is
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS
To   ULUAX   IIOAll,  .1
Wilson and O. i>. i
Tako notico that wo tin
ors wiili you of tho .li
In
boro
torn
Mining   Hi
Province of liiii
nml recorded th
tha  oxponditu
,*. M. hoar, It. S.
ai; :
uderslgned Co-own-
'���"iorouce, Union
Jamulian Boy, independent nnd Par
nineral claims, situated <>ti tlio south
if Un1 Lardeau crook in tin* Trout Lake
-i Kootonay in the
iiiiu, have performed
'-nt work and mado
Ed   to be dono ami
ru  requ
' ove
i-in
H.i
foi
' and
nt
another    ste
natural rosou
hut   it   is   al
s provincial government keeps
or more of their departments
a full flodgetl brokerage busi-
lYnv let the government go still
1 develop its own
Tt- may be socialism
siness   in   tho lirst
To-morrow the olectiors of this constituency will choose their representative for thc house of commons al
Ottawa. The issues have already been
discussed, a great deal of wasted
oratory ohas boen hurled here nnd
there, and nearly every voter has
mentally resolved or openly mado his
choice. For this reason the EAGJYE
will leave the decision to the intelligent electors and hope for the best.
If Chris. Foley i;- not elected it will be
a surprise to us and a serious set back
to the cause which he sxpouses. Tbe
Lardeau, at any rate, will do it'; duty
by giving him a proportionately large
majority. And if indications from
many other portions of the immense
riding '.ro for anything Mr. Foley
will be an M.I*. ere this this time
to-morrow evening, The reasons why
we sliould and will vote for Foley are
so self evident that no further comment la necessary. Ttise early to-morrow morning and "plunk" for Foley, tbe
people's candidate and the people's
obolco,
Ralph Smith is doing yeoman work
for Chris. Foley and the cause of labor,
along the mainline. Revelstoke, Golden and Kamloops, No man can doubt
Mr. Smith's sincerity; as Mr. Cla-
bon s iys "Mr. Smith, tho pier of the
labor cause," and if Mr. Smith wants
in in elect Chris. Foley, so thai
together with the rest of his kind at
Oltawa, they may espouse   our cause
and bring pres
government of
progressive log
duty lo do so.
it. Ut bear upon the
io necessity of more
atlon, then it is our
NOTICE.
There will be i; meeting of the itonr.i nf
Llooni ��� Commissi on em In 11 ��� o Provincial
Polico Office, Revelstoke,nn Doe, IfithatlO a.m.
for the purpose ol deciding licenses,
R, a. ITl-PEIt.
Doe, 1st, li'iin Chief Licenso Inspector,
as well as tii
1R9H under section 'M of the Mineral Actand
the years for which such work was performed
nnd oxpondituro made having expired wedo
horebygivo vou notice pursuant toSootion4of
the Mineral Act Amendment \<-i MOO, to contribute your proportion of such expenditure
for the years neroinboforo mentioned within
30 days of tho first publication hereof.
Dated m Trout Lake this20tb day of September A, D.190Q.
II. M. CARTER,
J.C. KIItKPATBICK.
8145 L, THOMPSON,   Co-Owners.
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WELL I. UIITED AND HEATED ROOMS.
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Hotel Ferguson.
THE PIONEER HOTEL OP THK LARDE    J
The Bar is supplied with the best brands of
If'ines,. Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial.
Men.   Tender feet comforted.
,0(1 h day ami upwards. X
Ferguson Bros., Proprietors. I
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To Lardeau Patrons
Tho OIOAH and statk.'NCBV business
whicli I havi been conducting in Rovolstoho
opposite tin' station, has boon Bold id .1. \v.
1:knni-;tt. Thanking you nil for your
nasi patroiingoand nolk'itiiigacontinuanco
for my successor, I remain, yours,
Chas. J. Anian.
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Job Printing
Thore urn nuiny poBstblllttoa In store
for the now Labor or Lndepondeel
party movemont. During the pasl
week the ISAGLIU Iuih been Informed
iii'i.-otiiilly by Sir Charles Tupper that
the only party which can hope to [rain
power again in Conada Is one which
embodies the principles set forth by
the new reform movement, or practically speaking, Mr. Foley's platform.
And in an interview with N. Clarke
Wallace a fow days itfro, he stated that
the old Conservative "party" was in a
hopeless condition; but with new
organization, a leader, and now mon,
new and progressive ideas of legislation would bo the result of new efforts,
[n this way tho Labor party will havo
r. chance to swallow tho Conservative
' party rathor than vice versa. It
makes little difference as to tho name,
so lonjr as the only live issues of tho
day are put into practical effect. The
public ownership of public utilities,
compulsory arbitration and a legal
working day of eight hours is moro to
the point than empty babblings over
scarecrow issues, both sides of which
are tho samo, with a change In the
label only. Cast a vote for Foley
to-morrow and thereby hasten tho day
when real issues will nol be ignored by
solf-sceking politlcahs.
The Chamber of Mines
Bouthom   Rrltl Ii
[Kon   Hi
nrii
Columbia
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T] ' hambor nf Mines wants thorouphly
���ollablo rfbfrospondeutn In ovory catnp In the
llstricts oi East and Wesl Kootonay and Yalo
i< whom   reasonable eomponnalton   will bo
. hi foi iln��lr sorvlc i.   Corrospondonts will be
. ��� ; t tn furntau tho Chamber of Mines
,.it!i all development going f'ii m tlio mines
ho Installation of machinery, Bhlpmonts of
��ro and value, and gcnoratly suoh news as will
tttraot tho attention of capitalists and cause
hem to investigate nnd invest..
Applications to bo addressed to tho
CHAMBER OF MINKS
Southern British Columbia,
(Kbolenaya and Yule)
\ O, Box 578 ttOSSLAND, R. (\
Vou neod it In your business, but yon want
ii ilono neatl) nml in ��n tipto-dato stylo,
and of course al a modorato prico, Wo can
fnrnish yon with anything you need In the
printing line, but lo jug your memory will
mention Bill Heads, statements, Receipts,
Envelopes, l.ettor Iteads, Uuslnoss Cards,
etc., any of w hlnh you may be in Immediate
ncoa of.   Telephonoor write
The Lardeau Eagle
f        SMOKE
Ii Wait
To Supply the Demand
n
havo a Lot in Ferguson or a worthy Mining1
property iu the District write giving full particulars.
Wo can placo three good Mining properties il satisfactory.
See or write us before purchasing.
Wo can put you next to some of the
best buys in the district. Actual
residence and experience in the
camp places us in a position
to  give   you    reliable    service.
$
II you desire to buy veal ontute or acquire mining
ests in this district juBt drop iu a' lino,     Wo  will
fully  fiu'iiisii  yon  with  all the  infoi matlon wo oi
mtcr-
Jheer-
MINING PROPERTIES
In the Lardeau
For Sale
Working Bond
or Lease
S, Thornton Langley & Co.
KOSSLAND, 13. C.
Promoters    of   Legitimate   Mining-
Enterprises.
CIGARS
UNION MADE
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Real Estate and
Mining Brokers.
Ferguson, B. C.
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FERGUSON    I
Is the....
A Reliable
Timepiece
Is a Jewel.
Tf your watch is out of order, needs
cleaning or regulating bring it to me
nt once and I'll guarantee its "repair,
My shop lain tho KAnLB bldg.
S. F. W. Gainer.
The place where
the Mines are.
0O.1IJ-: AND INVESTIGATE EOIt XOUBSELV. :.0
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IH>'   IW   HI  \ li I K H   "lfiu 1"=L'l"lli".'- "" important fa
Ml Uh A I1 OF U 1 l liEi  thu Lardeau's future prosperity
ruson, is
ifactor ir
A
What  The "Eagle"  Man Has
Say Away From Homo.
To
SSIB1
1TIESI
[BIS DISTRICT
V
Tho W ondorful Advance -Made
During the Past Season.���Why
tlie Attention of the Mining-
World is Directed Thia Way.���
The Nettie P., Triuno and Others,
The Rossland Miner of Nov. 26th
says: R, P, Pettipieee, proprietor of
the Lakdeau Eagle, Ferguson, and
a pioneer of 1897 In thut seetion, is in
tho city on a visit, Mr. Pettiplece is
an enthusiast In regard to the Lardeau
country, and says it will make a great
record In the way of a large ore output
just as soon an it ia glvon transportation facilities.
Tn speaking of the need of a railway
in the Lardeau country ho said: "I
was In Rossland in 1896, and when I
seo the changes thut havo been
wrought hore by transportation I
realize what a railway would do for tlie
Lardeau country. At tho present time
there la a party of C. P. II. surveyors
cross-sectioning and relocating the
proposed lino. They aro camped at
Ferguson at present.. With tho assurance that we have from president'
Shaughnessy that the road will bo
built next spring we feel certain that
thero will bo railway constructed from
Arrowhead through tho Trout Lake
Valley to the head of Kootenay lake.
Such a road would tap all tho important mines in that section und place
tho distriot in eomunieation by boat
with tho ('row's Nest railway to
Argenta, and at tho same time wo
would havo connection with Trail from
Arrowhead. Trail is our natural
Btneltlng point at tho present time, and
tho bulk of the ores will go there as
soon as the railway is constructed. Tho
great argument that the 0. P. K. has
used against us is that tho Lardeau
country could not supply a sufficient
tonnage to mako a railway pay. This
winter we will send out over 2,000 tons
of high grade ore. This will open the
eyes of tho railway people to the possibilities of tho country. The cost of
freight and treatment under present
conditions is about $37 per ton and
even then after deducting these
charges tlie returns is over $100 to the
ton. This gives a good idea of the
value of the ores produced there. With
tho railway In that country the ton-1
nage would he greatly Increased.
"Tako this season from a standpoint
of work dono. There has been more
actual development than in all tho rest
of tho time since tho prospectors went
Into that country,. In addition to this I
there has been more linds and strikes
made than ever before. Probably the
richest find was that of tho Triune.
Twenty tons of this ore was sent to the
Trail smeltor and netted $207.00 to tho
ton afterpayfng all charges. Another
shipment of 120 tons of this rich ore
from the Triune will be at the Trail
smelter within two weeks.
"A phenomenal discovery has been
made iu the Nettle L. mine. During
the summer six or seven men wore at
work on tills property, but before
spring 50 men will bo employed. This
property, since development work was
commenced upon it, has shipped 200 or
250 Inns, but this winter 1,600 tons will
be sent to the smelter. Tho oro will
give net'returns of at least $126 to tho
ton.
In tho Old Cold camp, whore thc
Old Cold. Guinea Gold, and Primrose
company is operating, over $16,000 lias
beon spent In actual development this
summer and on th" properties of oaoh
Important strikes have beon made.
' On Hi" Silver cup the depth hits hern
increased from 350 to !���") feel In depth,
Tin ; ii akc ��� il the deoptwt mine In tho
Lardoau and It is significant that the
gold valuos have increased rrom JTi
near the surface, to $21 at the present
. depth. The vein is even stronger than
nearer the surfaco.
There has been more Bales and more
activity 111 the Fish creek camp this
season than tn any other seetion of the
Lardeau. Thin Is largely" due to the
enterprise and energy of Rossland mining men, who have backed their faith
by their money. Among the properties in Fish ereek are tho Wide West,
Black Hoar, Eva, the Kingston and
others. Mr. W. II. Jackson and Mr.,
F. II. Bloohberger have interested a
a good deal of capital in this section.
Anion;; tho most promising new
proper;ies in the Lardeau, whose
capabilities have been manifested this
year by development, are tho Cromwell
Lucky Jim, Metropolitan, Sunset arid
others.
Placer mining on tho south fork of
In speaking of the political situation.
Mr. Pettiplece said polities wore
rather quiet in his seetion, but from
what ho could learn from personal
interviews with the electors he was
satisfied that Mr. Chris. Foley, lhe
oandidate of the Independent Labor
party, would poll more votes than the
combined votes east for Mr. Galliher
and Mr. MeKane.
7k :^^M,^kmm^
Batters of North Americ;
s����i��^w5
ii
THIS IS THE
UNION I.AI1KI
of thu I'nili'il  Ilm
iits nl North Am-
iirli'ii.    Wlii'ii  you
(f.\ urn buying ii H'l:
'-rl MAT, i'lllU'1' ��oll in
to to '
thojonutne UNIO:
LABEL in
II.   Ii'iin'l
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possession nml i
,'. ,*:;. - -.,'-,�� lint for vou
GJS1 ERt-v patronize h
has not tiny right to havo loose labels
labels iu retail stores aro counterfeits,
listen to nn v explanation as to why tho
nolabol.  I'll
tiled on tbo lour edges exactly the
postajro stamp..     Coutorfeita ore somoi
ho edges, and Bomet
I FERGUSON
BRITISH COLUMBIA. |
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I The Season of 1
Or to,
W, F. ANDERSON, T. P. A., Nelson, B.C.
E. J coxi.E, Asst. Pans, Act.. Vancouver, B, c. ON TUB WING ITEMS
Voto (or Chris. Foley to-morrow.
F.d. Adair, of Revelstoko, was in
town on Sunday.
Two thousand .laps will be allowed
to vote to-morrow in British Columbia.
A fow Eaiilk subscribers in Revol-
stoke complain of not receiving their
paiicr. What's tbe trouble with the
postal directors?
The local committee are making:
(rood headway with the proposed entertainment for New Years eve, A
children's Christmas trco, on a small
scale, is being; talked of for Christmas
cvo.
A joint stock company is being;
formed in Revelstoke to carry on the
business conducted by the Kevelstoke
Herald. A new plant is being installed
and a homo printed semi-weekly will be
Issued.
W. B. Pool has a button of pure
silvor, the proceeds from one pound of
Nettie L. ore, which S. F. W. Gainer
is. raking into a watch charm. It
lacks only a trifle of being as heavy as
a silver dollar.
Mrs. E. Knowlton left here on Saturday for Ontario, where she will spend
. Christmas with her parents, for the
first time in many years. Master Gordon and Miss Edna Knowlton will join
her at Revelstoke and Calgary respectively.
Thos. Taylor, M. L. A., has been
touring the Kootenays during the past
two weeks in company with Minister,,
ol Mines McBride. He and Mrs, Tay
lor leave Revelstoko for his home in
St. Thomas, Ont., this week to spond a
couple of months.
The political arena is quiet at Rev
elstoke. Foley will poll a big railway
vote. Comaplix is solid for Foley.
Arrowhead, too, will giVe him a majority. And tho general consensus of
opinion all through tho riding in that
Foley stands a good show for election
to-morrow.
Revelstoke looks much the same as it
was last spring. Quito a number of
residences have been erected here and
there; the C. P. R. shop force is larger
anda magnificent skating and curling
rink provides no ond of amusement,
but a general cry of "hard times" predominates.
Tho EAGLE issues a paid-up edition
of 1250 copies to-day. Last issue loo
were printed and sold, and the issuo
before 1000 copies were disposed of.
This circulation is larger than all the
rest of North Kootcnay's newspapers
together. If you want till the mining
news you must become a paid up reader
of the Eaole.
"The Bulletin" is tho name of a new
publication issued in Rossland.
Horace F. Evans, the editor, says that
his publication is "in response to tho
lmperltlve demand of the investor and
capitalist." The paper i contains
considerable useful statistical
information and lifter the first of the
year will lie issued evory Saturday.
R. Davis, Ferguson's saw mill man,
left for Revelstoko last week, after
spending Ihe summer here. Mr.
Davis will return early in the spring
and run a night and day shift, cutting
at least 16,000 feet evory 24 hours. And
this, we fear, will not supply the
demand for lumber hero next spring
if present indications so for anything.
Lardeau people wi) 1 remember old
man .Tohnson, of Arrowhead] who had
the winter mail contract last year and
was supposed to have got drowned in
thc Ann. In fact his obituary appeared
at. the time in theEACiLE. Ho is now
in Arrowhead hale and hearty. The
life insurance did not raaterlalto
and presumably Mr. Johnson tired of
Seattle life, ami returned on Wednd
dav to bis wife and lar ge fumiiy. lie
is now dubbed "MnCLiity."
The Sandon Payst roak, ono of tho
most acceptable exchanges on our list
hits enlarged into a .six column, four
pa.jo sheet', a new pre n having boon
Installed. It is a decided Improvement on the small eight-page etylo.
The Paystreak has dot o good woiit for
Chris. Foirv durh g tho present
campaign. Wm. Mae. Adams, the proprietor, is a whole-sou! ed reformer nnd
can always he relied U]oon to give good
sound reasons for his ci mvictions.
The "Slulf Fiends i Association," of
the pay roll confer, hel d a special ses-
ion the other night. The barber's
motion to make clau se six of the
Quaker act read: "A . newcomer shall
be stuck every game fc r ono month"
Instead of four months,: met with general disapproval and w as thrown oitt,
Aftora grand spiel by th a lofty plnucfe
of the sons ol' rest the me atlng resolved
that "on tlie mlt being passed up and
played by tho last man, he not onlv
must gin th ��� house up th on and there
but leaves himself liable, .to expulsion
irom the association."
Kootenay Lumber Oo. Given
Notice to Leave Beatrioe
Ore Alone.
For many months back tho Beatrice
mine, just over the summit back of
Ferguson on the Pool creek side, has
been tiod up by litigation. Frank Ful-
mer, ono of the owners, bonded tho
property some time ago to Beer Bros.,
of Nelson, and there has since been
more or loss trouble all round. Wages
and accounts wero left unpaid by the
bond holders or their agents, and this
notwithstanding tbat considerable ore
was shipped to tho smelter and moro
taken out to thc dump. Judgment
was secured against the man who contracted the debts by the Kdbtenay
Lumber Co., followed by an auction
sale at which the company bid in and
secured whatever ore, etc., was in
sight. But here is where more trouble
begins In the meantlmo the bond
held by Beer Bros, expired and the
entire property reverted to the
orginal owners. And not only this, the
last clause in the agreemeent made by
Beer Bros., distinctly guarantees that
the property is to be left free from
encumbrances, etc. Mr. Fulmer,
through his solicitors, Messrs. Taylor
& Hannington of Nelson, has served
notice upon the Kootenay Lumber Co.
to "keep off the grass" and thus
another legal fight is on the tapis, the
the result of which will at any rato
teach other property owners to bo
more careful when giving bonds on
their properties. The chances are tho
Kootenay Lumber Co. will get the
best of it; but Mr. Fulmer will more
than pull even by entering action
against Beer Bros, for not doing as
they agroed to do. It's a snap for the
lawyer element anyway.
THE   BEATRICE  SQUABBLE.
A GREAT MINING REVIVAL
Our Mineral Resources Will Command Attention From the
Financial World.
President J. B. McArthur, of the
Chamber of Minos, tt newly organized
Institution in Rossland, writes tho
Eagle setting forth the aims and
purposes of tho asssootation. Among
other tilings Mr. McArthur says; "All
the mining men of your camp and district should come in am! help us. Wo
should be greatly obliged. Wo think
that this Chamber of Mines will be a
holp to outlaying camps especially.
We shall treat every camp impartially.
The information we obtain from our
correspondents will be published in all
tho financial centres of tho world. We
shall father every camp impartially,
and doour best to bring its resources
to the notice of the investing public
and we shall have channels at our disposal whicli tho individual camp could
not possibly command. Wo feel that
wo are on tho eve of a groat revival
in mining, und it is our high purpose
to direct the attention of the financial
world to our great mineral resources,
and to seek to induce capital to investigate and invest in evory camp of the
district."
MONTHLY SCHOOL REPORT
The following are the names of the
pupils in tho various classes .arranged
according to merrlt.
Snr. III. Ray H. Wilson.
.Inr. IH. Louisa M. Batho, Robert
A. Kirkpatrick, Percy M. Wilson
Ethel M. Batho.
First Reader.   Mary Wilson.
I. Primer. Harry W, Batho, Clarke
W. Pettiplece.
Tho following woro noithor absent
nor Into.
I!ay. It. Wilson, Robt. Kirkpatrick,
Percy Wilson, .Mary Wilson and (tarry
Batho.
Tbe Family Herald and Wookly
Star, of Montreal, has just moved Into
its palatial now building, admitted to
beonuofthe finest, If not tho very
finest newspaper buildings in the
world. But tho judges have not seen
the Eagle's printing palace.
A SNAP LN REAL ESTATE.
Lots 3 fintl 1, In block 10, Ferguson townsite,
will be sola cheap for bash, If taken before Jan.
1st. Apply or write fll once to Parmater & Co.,
Ferguson, B. 0.
WANTED
A goml si't'oml-haud typewriting machine.
Price iniifit be reasonable. Bond particulars to
" Eflgte," Ferguson. B.C.
WANTED.
A girl to help in gi-iicrnl liousowork, family
of three, good liomo lor tbe right girl. Write
at once to the " Eagle," Ferguson, U. 0,
T. A, Wilson, M.D., CM.
L. H. C. P. 4 s.   (Queen's Univorslty.)
' Provincial Coroner, Etc.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ferguson, B. C.
Fred C. Elliott,
BARRISTER, NOTAItV PUBLIC, ETC.,
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B. C.
Harvey, McCarter $ Pinkham
BARRISTER8, SOLICITORS. ETC.
OFFICES :    REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN.
Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada.
Geo. S. McCarter. J. A. Harvoy.
A. M. Pinkham,
White, Gwillim $ Scott,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
OFFICES:  MoKENZIEAVENUE,
Revelstoke, B. C.
A.H. Holdich, M.C.M.I.,
ASSAYER AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
Revelstoke, B. C.
Methodist Church
Ferguson : Service* In school house every
Sunday at 3 p.m   junday schoolatl! p.m.
Trout Lake City . Services ill Forrester's
hall every Sandayat 7.30 p.m. Sunday
school atii :30 p.m.
REV. S. J. GREEN, Pastor.
S. Shannon,
Assayer and Analytical
Chemist.
OFFICE:    VICTORIA AVE., FERGUSON, D. C.
FERGUSON AND TEN-MILE.
CUMMINS k CO.
General Blacksmithing
and Repair Work���
Promptly attended to Ht moderate rates.
Ilorse slioeinj,' a speeiulty.
���PKEI). DESJARDINE.
G. FORDDRED
Boot and Shoe Maker
Minors' Shoes a Specialty.
Trout Lake and Ferguson.
When Thirsty
Drink
Enterprise Beer
All Lardeau's leading hotels handle it.
Manufactured by the
Enterprise llrowinff Co.,
Kevelstoke, B. C.
Imperial Bank
*��������     of Canada.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, 12,600,000.00.
CAPITAL PAID UP . . ���a.W.IB.OO.
REST      *1,700,000.00.7
General bnnhlng business Transacted
Interest allowed on deposits in Savings
Department at current rates.
A. R. bThEARN,
MANAGER REVELSTOKE BRANCH.
: FIELD # BEWS,
���   Druggists
Chemists
Stationers
'VSSSSS. REVELSTOKE.',
If you need anything tn
Photographic
Supplies...
Send to the
CANADA DKUG& BOOK CO.,
REVELSTOKE, B. C,
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   .   .
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unrivalled for grandeur. Boating, fishing
and excursions. Resident physician and
nurse. In telegraphic communication with
all parts of the world. Two malls arrive and
depart every day. Its baths cure all nervous
and muscnltir diseases. Its waters heal all
kidney, liver and stomach ailments. Its
baths and watera are a sure remedy against
all argentiferous poisons, TERMS: |lfi to
f 18 per week, according to residence in hotel
or villM.
MEN'S CLOTHING
Wo have just placed in stock tho bluest
and best assorted stock of gents' clothing, minors' Mackinaw Clothing, overalls, Overshii'ts, Dndorweai', Sox, otc.
Evory need in the above linos at
prices   consistent    with    quality   at
>;
Lardeau's Leading Store
Our Boot, Shoe, and Overshoe line gives
the best choice in the district and out-
stock of General Merchandise cannot be
excelled. Get your Christmas supplies
from us. Wo treat you right, our prices
are right and quality always guaranteed.
Post Office ��tore
FERGUSON, i). C.
A solid investment and daily dividends by buying your GROCERIES
and PROVISIONS from us.   A new stock just in. . . .
BATHO & CO.,
Don't Send to Eastern Sweat-Shops for
Goods until you try the
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Send for Prices, samples and particulars
. . . Bourne Bros.
C. B. Hume & Co.,
Wholesale and Ketail
General Merchants....
Heaviest Buyers in North Kootenay.
Revelstoke.
Branch at
Trout Lake Citg.
HIGH CLASS
TAILORING
and HUNTS' FURNISHER.
-REVELSTOKE, B. U.
H.G. PARSON
Wholesale- Dealers In
... Wines, Liquors and Cigars,.,
The Best Goods Only.
Stoclc Large and Complete.
REVELSTOKE, B. C
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