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THE LARDEAU EAGLE.
VOL. II. NO.>^r*^~~^:ERGTJSQN, BRITISH COLUMBIA, DECEMBER 12. 1900. 82.00 A YEAR.
Lliiraii
Lying Practically Dormant Because
of No Railway.
flLTSIDB UKN ARK HKLPIMi US
IN THE MINING WORLD
WhatCorrespondents       Ore Tonnage Now on
Interested Parties the World Over
Are Determined to Bring This
District's Wondrous Mineral Resources to the Attention of the
Investing Public.
If there is one man in tho east doing
good service in advertising the
mineral resources of tbe Lardeau it is
A. E. Welch, of London, Ont. Mr.
Welch is managing director of the
Scottish-Canadian Mining Co., operating the Rob Roy, up tho north fork of
Lardeau creek. A miniature modol of
this district, newspaper space, oro
samples, correspondence and apparently a well managed office, aro the
means used by this enterprising mining roan.
Mr. Welsh has completed a couple of
deals on Lardeau properties already
this year, and has two or more on the
way. His lateBt endeavor is to secure
London capital under Canadian management, a brilliant idea if it materializes; as past experience has taught us
many lessons along those lines. Like
all mining mon Mr. Welch bas, had
many difficulties to contend with, but
has chances for success in the immediate future are very encouraging,
Already ho has been instrumental in
directing eastern men and money to
this portion of the province. In fact
Mr. Welch hns had just about enough
experience in this camp to profit by in
tho future. That he may succoed to
the fullest extent is the Eagle's
desire, as whut benefltB any individual
or mining company in this district
helps the comunity in general. And a
little help in scouring capital "to
develop Lardeau's mineral resources
will not come amiss at the present
time.
We have in this country the material
of whieh mines are made; first of all
we need sufficient developraeut to
force a railway this way; and to accomplish this we must induce capital to
take bold. Once tbe railway is built
the difficulty will be to find ground
floor propositions such as are how
ottered by mining property and real
estate owners. To get in with a
reasonable amount of money a person
should acquire his interests now. Six
months hence may be too late. No
othor district in this province gives
such prospects for immediate returns
to investors and speculators. Investigate, ouside people, investigate!
Have to Talk About
the way toTreatment
Postoffice Inspector Should Let the
New Contract at Once.
Thomson's Landing, Deo. 10.���
Archie Currie and Martin Lunden
have returned from a hunting trip to
lower Arrow Lake. They report
plonty of deer, but other game scarce.
They are outfitting now for a soason's
trapping in the district north of Boyd
creek.
Henry Lunden left on Sunday for a
trip to the Colville reserve. He says
he is not coming back, so we expect to
see him, with a lot more who have
said the same, with "the flowers that
bloom In the spring."
"When you come to think of it" it is
strange how many people aro convinced that the climate here is the
"worst ever" and the country no good
anyhow, and yet they hang around.
Some of them leave for a timo but
after visiting such paradises as Revelstoke, Calgary, Kaslo. etc., they drift
back, and in two weeks commence on
tho same old song. A full stomach
seems to breed discontent.
away up Fish creek putting in 26 ft. of
tunnel.
Geo. Goldsmith having made several
deals, has left us again. George says
he is going to Philadelphia and probably tho old country, but that he will
be back IniMay. George is .a hustler
with a great big H. He may deal in
untamed felines, but what does a man
expect to get for $100?
THE OROMWBLL OPTION.
A New  York  Syndicate  to  Pay
$160,000  Says the  News-
Advertiser.
An agreement has been signed giving an option on the Cromwell mine to
tho strongly backed Warner Miller
Syndicate of New York and others for
the sum of $150,000. The Cromwell
mine was located ln "September, 1890,
and when the first assessment work
was dene upon it tbe leal was found.
The ore returned assays running
from $180 to $750 per ton, the latter being, of course, iu respect of a quite exceptional sample. The principal value
was In gold. Six and a-half tons shipped to tho smelter gavo returns of 5.70
ounces gold and 18.1 ounces in silver
to the ton.
The property is close to the Triune
mine. What little work bas been done
on the Cromwell has exposed a strong
ore body 28 Inches ln width.
LONDON MONEY FOR LARDEAU
A Rossland Mining Man Interests
Capital here.
A Rossland mining man writing the
Eaole under recent date says among
other things;. "When in your country
last summer I saw sufficient to convince me of its great future and I am
now engaged Interesting capital ln
London, with the ultimate view of permanent investment. * * If my plans
are realized they would greatly benefit
Ferguson * *."
Thomson's Landing seems to have
been the "ugly duckling" of the flock
of Lardeau "cities," but the chances
aro that it will turn out to be a swan
It comes on good authority that the
B. C. government intened putting a
wagon road up Pish creek. The pres-
entroad from Comaplix to Camborno is
in parts swampy and subject to overflow, portions of it being carried out
every bigh-water, in other placet absolutely dangerous from snow and rock
slides, with a few very heavy grades
which must be climbed for the mere
fun of going down on the other side.
The pack trail built this year from the
Landing to Camborne is almost level
and free from slides, and could be
cheaply converted Into a good solid
road, free from all danger of washouts.
Therefore it is probable the road will
be built on this side of the creek.
Then from May to November, the busy
portion of the year, this is the head of
navigation. Prom November to May
we are "not in it," because ^deepwater
is a mile and a half away and not
much of a road to get there either.
But, the C. P. R. wants some dredging
done at Arrowhead, Nakusp and in the
Narrows, and the Dominion govern
ment (which is just laying awake
nights wondering what it can do for
B. C.) is to be asked to put a dredge on
Arrow lake. As work at the Narrows
Is badly needed this may bo done, in
which event the channel to Landing
will be deepened and straightened.
And this will be the bead of navigation
all the year rouud.
Should the C. P. R. build Its "20
miles of track," so vociferously screamed for by the 'Eagle, it will probably
follow tho east side of the Arm to a
point on Arrow lake, Instead of running the main lino north to Camborne,
making an eight milo switch-back with
two bridges and a bluff to negotiate.
This will mean that Fish crock will
be served for some timo to conic by
team, and the Landing Is thc natural
supply point. All of which goes to
show that "there are others,"
The-snow la nearlygono, down here,
and now the ore has to be transferred
to wagons at the top of the hill which
Is pretty tough on the teamsters, stock,
and contractors.
Andy Daney and all the men he can
work to advantage are busy  getting
Triune ore down to deepwater.
The soft weather is delaying Craig
& Hillman in  handling Nettie L. ore.
600 pounds is at present a load for a
four-horse team from Fullmer's here.
T. W. Grahame left on the 8th for a
few days visit to Revelstoke, where
Mrs. Graham and ehildren have gone
to spend the winter months.
Messrs. Starkey and Allen are busy
driving  a tunnel  on the Oyster, up
Fish creek way.
Jas. Tobln and Chas. McKay are
FIRST   DANCE  AT   CAMBORNE.
A Pleasant Evening Spent in the
Fish Creek Capital.
Camborne, Dec. 8.���An unusual and
unprecedented occurence happened in
this rising town on Thursday evening,
which is not likely to be forgotten by
those fortunate enough to bo participants. The above combined both banquet and dance, given by mine host M.
M. Buchanon of the Pendragon .hotel,
Iu spite of the catastrophe which, n
week ago, happened to thei would-be
dancers who braved tho elements with
the fond hope of reaching Arrowhead,
very few were afraid to attempt the
distance from Comaplix inland, in
spite of tho fact that the road wns not
in good condition, the weather not.
very clement, those who journeyed
hence were woll repaid. The party
were conducted here by Mr. Hurling
who made the trip of eight miles in
two hours, arriving hero at 5:110 p.m.
Sixteen couples joined In tlie grand
march at 8 p.m., to music furnished hy
Messrs. J. Cameron and E. Edge, and
whether it was owing to their skill or
to the nrduor of tho dancers that such
enthusiasm prevailed is yet to bo determined. At 12 o'clock tlie gathering
sat down to what, under ordinary circumstances, would have been a supper,
but as your correspondent has already
alluded to a banquet, such it was, the
credit for which was due to the hostess
and to her mother, Mrs. Maeabee, who
was spending a few days here prior to
joining her husband at Calgary. The
party broke up at daylight, the visitors
returniug homo, not before, however
expressing admiration for the splendid
time accordod them on the occasion of
the first dance in Camborne, and hoping
it would be repeated at an early date.
both loft for Snohomish, Wash., Mr.
Carter's home, and after Christinas Mr.
Thompson will sail for England, where
he left fifteen years ago; to visit his
now two grown-up daughters, Mrs.
Thompson having died a few years ago.
Nobody in the Lardeau begrudges seeing theso men mako the raise of a
little dab of money, as they were not
only made happy themselves, but by
squaring up all round eausod a ripple
of pleasure in camp. One by one the
old Lardeau pioneers are being put on
easy street: and who knows but what
we all may bo on velvet if we "don't go
'way 'till the railway comes." Both
Thompson and Carter will return here
early in the spring to look after large
interests they still hold in this district.
THE TRIUNE SHIPMENT.
120 Tons of $300 Ore Now on The
Way to The Trali Smelter.
Vincent Lade and Andy Ferguson
left yesterday morning for Thomson's
Landing to arrange for getting the big
���C. P. 11. boat to come in from Arrowhead fertile Triune (ire, some 120 tons.
Tliey will accompany tbe ore to Trail.
The last, 20-ton shipment of this ore
went $2!I0.(J7, the total values being
$2:17.58 in gold, $4,985 95 in Oliver and
*."jS!I.0�� in lead, or in all $5,813.49, giving a net profit of over 3250 to the ton.
The present 120-ton shipment will
yield about the same values, ns the
lessees, Messrs. Lndo brothers and
Gunn brothers, are experienced mining men and "savee" tlieir business,
being especially accustomed to carbonate ores, such us the Triune mine
produces. The exact returns will
appear in next isruio. if the buys are
not disappointed in getting tho boat
in  to deepwater landing for the ore.
COPPER PRINCE AND ANNA B
to
W. A. GALLIHER WINS.
Chris.   Takes    a   Close   Second
Plaoe.
In so far as the Lardeau district is
concerned tho Eagle was right in predicting a bigger voto for Foley than
the other two candidates combined.
Ferguson did its duty, giving jini 20 of
a majority ovor tho two of them. The
only regret is that the vote here was
so small; tho sentiment was all right,
but wo didn't have the voters. Had all
the mlnlug element boen In their
respective provincial ridings, where
they could have voted, Mr. Foley
would have won bands down, as no less
than 350 votes woro lost In this way,
the miner's occupation being (if :i moving character. However It was a good
fight. As far as known Gallihor has
2,826 votes, Foley 2,678 and McKane
2,470, giving Galliher a plurality over
Foley of 147. A vote for principle Is
never lost: it is bettor to be on the
side of right and lose, than on the
wrong side and win.
Another     Company    Added
Lardeau's Long List.
The Cleveland and British Columbia
Mining Company, Limited, with thoir
B. C. office in Kossland. and of which
A. J. Welch is managing director, will
commonco development work early
noxt spring upon tho Copper Prince
and Anna B., two properties thoy own
up tho north fork nf Lardeau creek,
lying south of the Canadian-Lardeau
property. Very little work'.ins been
dono so far, but the results of what is
done is of such an encouraging
nature that that the company wish to
further prove their Lardeau acquis!
tions. This same company are at
present operating the Ocean Wave
and the Golden Treasure, in the
Vmlr camp.
FERGUSON IS FITTED AGAINST
A  Daily   Stage,   Mail,  and    Fant
Freight Service Wanted Between
Here and Thomson's Landing.-
No   Contractor   Should   Accept
the Present Figures for the Mail
Postoffice Inspector Dorman is in the .
Cariboo country at present: but it is
likely he  will reach Ferguson beforn
Christmas.   The present Lardeau mail
service simply will not do, and must bo
remedied.   Tbe Eagle edition which
is printed to-day, will leave here some
time to-morrow and get as far as Trout
Lake; there it will remain until tlie
next day, reaching Arrowhead, a distance of 28 miles, in just three days.
Heretofore it requirod 30 hours-   Letters receive tho  same treatment.   If
this  were   necessary there  would ho
somo excuse; but it is not.   Through,
what appears to be negligence, thore
is  no  mail  contract  in existence, at
least if there is there are positively no
restrictions  mado.    If there were no
contractors in the country who appear
to like  working  for a mere pittance,
the government would be forced to pay a
decent  price  for  its carriage.     But
rather  than   do  this, the  service  is
attempted in a haphazard way, and no
one derives any satisfaction from it.
Passengers for Forguson, tc-o, must
either stop in Trout Lake over night,
which is vory annoying tn them, to say
tho least, or walk. It takes long
enough to make a trip to Ferguson at
any time, but now another (lay must be
counted on.
What this camp really needs is a
daily mail service between tbe Landing and Ferguson. The passenger,
parcel and quick freight service warrants such an undertaking by 11 good
live man, acquainted witb tbo business.
Then tbo postal authorities should
grant us a daily mail service and pay
a reasonable price for its fulfillment.
Lot there be some regulations, a set
hour at any rate, for the departure
of mails.
If thero was a railway hero tomorrow tho government would pay the
company more for currying thc mails
than it now pays the contractors with
primitive moans.
It's all very well for those who
enjoy daily comunication with the outsido world to say that Lardoaultes are
a lot of kickers. A few months residence in these parts would forco you
to join their ranks.
The EAGLE again appeals to Mr. Dorman to como to Ferguson and look into
the state of affairs existing hero in connection with this mail service, if Mr.
Dorman cannot cope with the situation,
probably the Posttnafter general can
do something for us.
VALUABLE MAP TO BE ISSUED.
THE  SUNSET GROUP.
PIONEERS MADE HAPPY.
Messrs. Carter and Thompson Are
Receiving Their Reward.
H. M. Carter and Lew, Thompson
received their stake a few days ago
the proceeds of the Metropolitan deal,
and as they have been pounding the
hills around here for a number of
years they deolded they bad a holiday
coming and they intend taking it. They
Showing up Favorably Considering the Work Done.
Frank Holton and W. Shannon came
down from the Sunset group on Sunday last. Besides getting things in
shape to go to work tho boys have
driven somo 20 ft. of tunnol,besides the
open cut. Iu tho last fow feot ore was
coming In gradually, but they have
not reached tho objective point under
tho surfaco showing abovo as yet, so
that little can bo expected until this is
dono. However the supplies are in
and by next spring the owners, the
Golden Link Mining Co., will have a
better idea of what is in store for them.
Messrs. Cummins  and Shannon to
Undertake the Work.
One of Lardeau's long felt wants Is
now soon to be supplied. Messrs. A.
1'. Cummins, P. L. S., and S. Shannon,
H. A, two of the best lilted men for
tho work in the country, are preparing
u comprehensive and reliable map of
the Trout Lake mining district. This
map will show the positions of the
streams, mountains and passes, waterways, every claim in the district, the
trails and wagon roads, as woll as the
locations of the surveyed railways, and
will enablo the outsider, nt a glance, to
understand our position here, iu addition to aiding the clnimholder in
placing his property before the intending purchaser. Thero will be no
Had two well known political heelers advertising matter in connection with
not circulated the absolutely false and the project. It will be lithographed In
conteraptable report around town, on I five colors, and sold upon its merits
pollngi day, that Chris, Foley was a only. The production will also be
Fenian and a pro-Boer, Galliher would copyrighted.
be shy a few. votes, Such unscrupu- The Eagle will have a number of
lous and dirty work, at the last bour, them for sale, The price will bo *31,00,
li very diihonorable, to lay th* least, [ Plaoa your ordar now. Lardeau Eagle.
Published every Wednesday morning at the
office of publication, Forguson, B G..oy
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LARDEAU EAOLK,
FERGUSON, B. C.
FROM THE SANCTUM.
WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBER12, moo.
A MEW ARENA
The more   an  individual considers
the possibilities in store for tho Lardeau, with   the  advent of a railway
noxt season, the more ho becomes convinced  that  this  Is  the place upon
which to stake  his  future progress,
It is quito true tbat the discomforts of
pioneer life, and the  lack  of modern
means of transportation and comuni-
cation bave a strong tendency to take
the buoyancy out of a person; but for
all, the pioneers of a mining camp are
made up of the best class of people on
earth.   To begin with, they must have
been dissatisfied with  the conditions
existing in the place  they left, and
they came here prepared  to take a
part in creating now conditions, conditions  which  fulfill  their Ideas   of
legislation.   The old fields are already
overcrowded and the opportunities are
less than in  a  new camp.    A man Is
certain  of a  living at any rate, and
always bas a running chanco to make
a stake.   Already the Lardeau has put
over two dozen men on easy street, and
this is only tbe  beginning.    The best
of the opportunities are still before us.
For this reason it behooves every man
interested  in  the camp to unite in
spirit  and  in  action,  and  with the
assistance of printer's ink show to the
outside world that we have something
worth coining aftor.    The  amount of
energy   wasted  in  belittling this or
that man's actions or motives, could be
much   better   utilized    if    properly
directed.    It has always been the history of overy small town or community,
where men bave more time than business,   that   "back capping" occupied
more or  less  attention  from  this or
that faction;  but surely, as men, we
can bury personal enmity,   and take
concerted action to bring about needed
public  requirements.      The   lack of
being in daily touch with men of the
world tends to sink a pioneer resident
into a rut, which he finds it difficult at
times to get out of; but if we consider
that in  only a  few short months the
scene  will  change  and  our   fondest
hopes  will  be  realized,  how easy it
would be to choer up and take a fresh
hold.     It  becomes men to face every
difficulty and go on to success.    Why
waste our precious time in finding
fault with each other; let's get in and
do something which will benefit us all
as a people who have  stuck  to the
country through thick and thin.   We
have mineral   resources  richer than
any other camp in the province; we
need a railway; wo need a daily mail
service;  we need many many public
conveniences, but first and greatest of
all we want to make sure of that rail
way ;  for with a railway all the other
minor disadvantages will   disappear.
The Eagle is willing and ready to do
its  share,  and  again asks the hearty
co-operation    of   .((very   single man
interested in the Lardoau.    Tho now
century will soon be here.     Let us let
bygones bo bygones, and make a fresh
start  in  tho  right   direction.     We
must soon enter a new arena, and no
better or more opportune time could be
selected than right now.   Will you
join us?
The Kevelstoke Herald, nor any one
else over, henril the Eaole lind fault
with monopolies. The fact of the
matter is the EAGLE likes a monopoly ;
providing all tho people are shareholders. To encourarage en investor
to como in and see Lardeau's mineral
resources is not pandering to a monopoly. There is no immediate danger
of Lardeau's mineral resources being
cornered by a monopoly, Tho EAGLE
must deal with conditions as they are :
but this is no particular reason why we
should not advocate higher and nobler
Ideals of self-government and control,
as well its fulfilling our mission as a
mining newspaper.
SCREAMLETS.
A wise  roan  knows  more  than he
tells; a fool tells more than he knows.
it is said that Rockefeller is goin,
to start a daily paper. The object of
the paper will be to show young Hearst
thut $1150,000,000 is more than $50,000,-
000. Rockefeller gives it out cold that
he i:< going to wipe up the earth with
young Hearst, The Eagle, though,
will remain in business at the old
stand, on a capital of $000,000,000.
Tho Eagle honestly believes, after
acquiring a personal knowledge of this
district, that there is no bettor field of
investment in Canada today than is
offered right now in the Lardeau coun
try. The railway is a certainty lor
next season, and this should be quite
an impetus to ever shy capital. The
general settlement of International
iffnlrs will stimulate and promote
development in tho mining arena, and
if no calamity befalls us in tbo way of
wars, the discovery of far away new
gold fields, a slump in silver or the
dozen and one things that sometimes
do happen, tho Lardeau will enjoy its
rightful share of attention from tho
mining world ere another festive season dawns upon us.
While we In the Lardeau district
should be devoutly thankful that we
have no Chinese, Japanese or cheap
foreign labor of any kind, it must be
admitted that they will come with the
railway, the same as has been the case
in the Slocan. While in Southern
Kootenay recently the writer could not
help but notice the marked increase in
this yellow pest. From Kevelstoke to
the Boundary the very rails we rode
over are kept in repair by Japanese;
on the boats tho Chinaman is in evidence ; and everywhere these cursed
homo destroyers predominate. In the
laundry, tho housework, driving teams,
sawing wood, in fact they may be
found in nearly all the vocations of
tho laboring classes. The situation is
arrowing grave, and the Eagle hopes
that tbe government will listen to our
western representatives and, as soon as
possible, pass exoluslon legislation, A
moment's sober thought should convince eastern members of parliament
of tho serious outcome threatening
British Columbia. And kind providence only knows what it will ��me tn
if they are also allowed to vote in our
own land, a land which this foreign
element does not cure two straws for so
long ns he can mnkc a few dollars to
send to tho flowery kingdom. Tf tlio
workingman has beon so foolish as to
keep on voting the old way, let him
���now take his medicine. The only regret is that those who recognized the
danger, and voted accordingly, have to
suffer alike with the man so blind
his own interest as to stick to either of
the two old parties.
With competitive greed so self evident and conspieuos as it is in a mining
camp, trades-unions arc the immediate
necessity for combatting any injustices
which may arise between capital and
labor. Trades-unions enable the toilers to hold their own until private
ownership ia supplanted by public
ownership. Whon the latter is accomplished trades-unionism will be succeeded by socialism.
Vancouver', labor unions have forbidden their members to join the
militia. This action is the outgrowth
of the use of the militia to protect the
Japanese workmen who replaced the
while strikers in tbe recent salmon
flshers' diffloulty.
Tbe general get-up, streets, etc., of
Nelson would do credit to any town in
Canada. Mnyor Houston's progressive
ideas of municipal government nre
all right, whatever his personal faults
may be. Any man who holds higher
ideals of government than the average
citizen is too often jumped upon because of jealousy rather than because
there is any real grievance. It seems
to be human nature. Any person living a public life, especially those who
entertain ideas of legislation which are
beneficial alike to all, may expect to
be made a mark for every Tom, Dick
and Harry's criticism. Tt is an easy
matter to misconstrue tho actions of
anyone and nttrlbuto all kinds of motives; but It not so (lend easy to find
men who havo bnck-bnne enough tn
carry out a certain policy in the face
of every opposition. This western
country needs more men of back-bone
and common sense, and ns distasteful
as it may be to a few jealous disgruntled weak-kneed fault-finders, tho
general principles must be adhered tn
to ensure protection from greedy private corporations. A man may havo
faults In his personal make-up, (who
has not ?) but so long as he sticks to
principles which the best of economic
students contend are right and just,
he is entitled to the hearty support of
all in helping to bring about a perfection of that system. Porthis reason,
lu the absence of a known bettor qualified man, John Houston should consent
to remain mayor of Nelson. He has
just commenced the idea of municipal
ownership and control of municipal
utilities, and he should be allowed to
carry out his purpose, If Nelson wishes
to retain tho high position it already
holdi ln Kootenay.
Showing the position of the
streams, mountains and passes,
waterways, every claim in tbe
Trout lake mining district, tbe
trails and wagon roads, location
of surveyed railways, aud everything which will assist an outsider to acquaint himself with
our district. The production
of this map has been taken bold
of by two of the best fitted men
for tbo purpose in the province,
Messrs. A. P. Cummins, P.L.S.,
and S. Shannon, 13. A., both having personal and practical knowledge ofthe district.
The map is to be beatlfully
lithographed in five colors and
entirely free from advertising
matter of any kind.
The urgent necessity for such
a complete map, probably 40 x 40
has long been felt by all persons
interested in this district; and it
is a pleasure to note that two
such able un-ii have decided to fill
the bill. The Price, the same
to all, has been placed at the
sum of $1.00, prepaid to any
Address.
If You  Want one  or   More
Send your address at
onoe to
The Lardeau Eagle
Ferguson, B. C.
A Reliable
Timepiece
Is a Jewel.
If your watch is out of order, needs
cleaning or regulating bring it to mo
at once and I'll guarantee its repair.
My shop is in the Eagle bldg.
S. F. W. Gainer.
MINING PROPERTIES
in the Lardeau*
For Sale
Working Bond
or Lease
S, Thornton Langley k Co,
ROSSLAND, B. C.
Promoters    of    Legitimate   Mining
Enterprises.
ALL WORK  GUARANTEED.
Ferguson Packing
and Transfer Outfit.
HEADQUARTERS AT FERGUSON, B. C.
Contracts entered into for packing of
Mining Supplies, etc., to any point
in the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work
undertaken guaranteed.
Freighting from Thomson's Landing
to Ferguson a specialty.
$. DANEY, Proprietor.
fjERTINENT
^*       POINTERS
For Prudent Purchasers
That the Lardeau district has unbounded mineral
resources no well informed person will deny.
The Lurdean district is on the eve of a now era,
brought about by the wonderful developments, finds nnd
strikes made thus season; along with tho fact that tho
construction of a railway by the C. P. R. Is absolutely
certain for early next season.
The largo ore shipments being made this winter in
spite of the fact thut transportation and treatment costs
approximately $37 per ton, indicates the high grade
nature of our ores.
With cheap transportation noxt season, when Lardeau's acres of low and medium grade ore can be treatod
profitably, tho possibilities are astounding,
The attention of outsido investors has already beon
arrested and hundreds are now making arrangements to
operate in this district after the curly spring���lu fact
some of them aro here now, securing bonds, looking for
and finding ground-floor propositions.
No district in Canada today oilers bettor inducements
for tho investor than this one; The mining business is
no monopoly. The poor man has even chances, at leaBt
more so than in othor lines. When he finds a Triune he
doesn't have to sell. What other occupation in life can
a man follow where his chances with a wealthy competitor are less diminished than in prospecting und mining?
"Thore is a tide in the affairs of men, which, taken at
tho flood, leads on to fortune." It may nut be your lot to
make a fortune, but if ever there was an opportunity in a
mining camp, the Lardeau offers it today. Don't wait
until the railway comes; for tbou the prospector i3 not iu
tho same need of monoy, to enable him to hang on.
If you have money to invest now Is the timo to investigate. Come straight to Ferguson; you will lind men hore
who have properties to yell; iu fact Ferguson is tho home,
the meeting place for prospectors and investors. The
owners, as a rule, will he found most reasonable and
alwayB ready to give you information, cheerfully escort
you to their properties, and otherwise Interest you in
their interests. Wo have tho mineral resources and no
money to develop them. Will you come in and help us
and thus help yourself?
*M^vH^^^H^^H|J
W   BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOAR8.
FINELY EQUIPPED BAR,
BE8TOUISINE SERVICE.
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED,
IIEST ?2.00 A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT.
..Hotel Lardeau..
/. Laughton, Proprietor.
Ferguson, RC.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN	
NEATLY FURNISHED,
WELL L GIITED AND HEATED ROOMS.
CONVENIENTLY
BITUATBD ON VICTORIA AVE.
f$-$^$H$S^'$*JHS^^
i Hotel Ferguson
THE PIONEER HOTEL OF THE LARDE
The Bar is supplied with the best brands of;
IPihes, Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial
Men.   Tender feel'comforted.
Itntes if 3 .OO a tiny anil upward!.
Ferguson Bros., Proprietors.
ft
/ OVER 100 MEN ARE EMPLOYED.
Promising Operations in the Fish
Oreek Valley.
Prof. F. R. Blochberger returned
this morning after an arduous and
dangerous trip from the Lardeau, says
the Kossland Minor, whither he went
ou important business for tlio Kingston
Cold Mines, and to pay off thc men
previous to his departure to Portland
and eastern cities. He intended to bo
back a week sooner, but was detained
in getting to and from tho Kingston
property on account of somo heavy
slides near 7-mile rapids, and half a
dozen men had to work very bard all
day to open a path, boloro anyone
could pass Fish river canyon on Canyon mountain. During tbo whole of
last winter there was not such an
amount, of snow as fell tbo last week in
a couple of days, but a couple of days
of rain has not only cleared tho lower
portions of tho valley, but has also
taken four to five feot from the higher
levels.
Prof. Bloohborger reports a groat
deal of activity in tho Fish river
country In tho Lardeau district, especially on Lexington mountain, where
the rich gold-bearing free milling
quartz veins surpass tho keenest expectations. The Eva and Imperial
camp miners havo proven their proper-
tie's, as a much richer ore was found at
a depth of sixty feot than on the surface where sixteen men (on the Imperial) are busy in development work.
A strike of tlie greatest importance
to the Kingston company was recently
made by the foreman, Mr. Rowley, who
discovered in tho quartz free gold
visible to the naked eye. This strike
is all tbe moro remarkable, as tbe vein
as far as uncovered is over 110 ft. wide,
running straight into the mountain,
permitting drifting on the vein and
offering a splendid tunnel site almost
at the foot of tbomquntain, with plenty
of water and water power and timber
for all mining purposes. Prof. Blochberger went over the property and
sampled the vein and brought with
him a whole sack full of the ore, which
can be seen in his office. About 400 ft.
distant from this immense vein Mr.
Blochberger found another one of
about 14 ft. in width, with ore of the
same character. Besides these veins
thoro are galona veins traversing the
Kingston property, especially on th'
higher levels a high grade steel galena
vein has beon found of whicli assays
gave high silver values.
"This will be good news for a great
ninny Rossland people," says Mr.
Bloohborger, "who are interested In
the property adjoining tho Kingston;
namely, the Brunswick, as tlie veins
mentioned are bound to also run
through that property as well as into
the Eva, and Imperial, whieh are all
under bond for high figures. As there
are nearly 100 men at present employed
ln development work in the Fish creek
and Pool ereok valleys, during the
winter, and next spring will most
likely bring a great boom in that district, especially if tho railroad, for
which thore has been so much talk, is
completed next summer."
United Hatters of North America
To Lardeau Patrons
Tho CIGAR and STATIONERY business
whirl) T havo beon conducting in Revelstoke
opixwite thc stiition, has been sold to J. \\.
BENNETT. Thanking you all for your
past patronage and soliciting a continuance
for my successor, 1 remain, yours,
Chas. J. Aman.
lias not any right to have
THIS IS THK
UNION LABEL
of the United Hatters ol North America. When you
are buying a FUR
HAT, cither soft or
stiff, see to it tbat
the genuine UNION
LABEL is sewed in
it. If a retailer has
loose labels in bis
possession and offers to put one In a
hat for you, do not
natronizc him. He
loose labels.   IXHJBG
labels in retairsloresare counterfeits.   Do not
Listen to any explanation as to why thc hat im*
no label. Tlie Genuine Union Label is perforated u*i the four edges exactly the same as a
postage stamp, Couterfefta are sometime
perforated on three of thoodgOB, and sometime
only on   two,     Keep a sharp lookout for tin
counterfoils, Unprincipled manufacturers are
using them in order to get rid of their scab*
made hats. The John B. Stetson Co. and Henrv
II. Itoelofs, both of rhih.delphiii, Pa., are nonunion concerns,
JOHN A. MOKKITT, President, Orange, N. J.
John PHILLU>8l6corotary,477ParkAve.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Smoke Cigars
And at all times  insist on the
box bearing the blue LADED.
It helps manufacturers to sec the force
of paying fair and honost wages.
The Label Committee, C. M. I, U.
I
i**r
fr **>/ <Ar v��r ���{���* *^* -.w '/.v ���,-&��� sA? vS
SMOKE        I
f
*
CIGARS
UNION MADE
*tifcW&fa^%H$H^lfc%
The Union Label
On everything you buy is a guarantee
tliat the producers thereof receive a fair
rate ot wages for Its production.
Insist on having the label.'
See Hint tills Label la on alt Clothing you buy.
AND SOO LINE.
STILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE
On all trains from KevolstoKc and
Kootenay Landing.
get   you   anything  you
from A.   G.  FRASER,    J
al   Dealer,      Thomson's.   ;
ng, B. C. ?���
Passing Dunmore Junction daily for
St. ['mil, Saturdays for Montreal and
Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for
Toronto. Same cars pass Kevelstoke one day earlier.
No Trouble to Quote Rates and Give
You a   Pointer  regarding  thc
Eastern Trip You Contemplate taking.
Fall and Winter Schedule Effective
For rates, tickets and   full information
apply to
J. McCHEKRY, Agent Arrowhead.
T. W, BRAD8IIAW, Agt. Revelstoke.
Or to	
\V. F. ANPliltSON, T. P. A., Nelson, B.C,
IS. J COYI.E, Asst. Pass. Agt.. Vancouver, B. C.
* If you want all the mining news
of tho Lardeau you must become a
paid-up reader of tho Eaole.
���^-crSSS- s:*S��--^S��-atS5-3i&-2S5-S|s2-^jS-2S5- 2SS-5����-5S��-5^- -Z^-SSS-S^-SgS t��^--2$��- 2$S-SSS-2$��-SS�� -3
J^ FERGUSON
\    Is the....
Tlie place where Jk ��
the Mines are.
1
tCOMK AND INVESTIGATE FOB YOURSELF.
fstfi^M��
Probably the Safest and Most Lucrative
Investment  In   British    Columbia    today
is  Real   Estate   in   the   town of
THE  PLACE   WHERE   THE   MINES  ARE
Canadian Pact!
AS   CAN  BE READILY SEEN PROM THE   ACTUAL  RECORDS
OF ASSESSMENT. CIRT1FICATES OF IMPROVEMENTS, DEVEL-
OPMENT, NEW STRIKES IN VARIOUS MINING PROPERTIES
SURROUNDING FERGUSON AND THE FACT THAT A RAIL-
WAY WILL REACH HERE NEXT SEASON. NOW IS THE
TIME TO BUY. THE DEMAMD FOR FERGUSON REAL ESTATE
WILL BE TOO BRISK BY SPRING TO SECURE THE SAME
VALUES AS NOW. CHOICE LOTS ALREADY DISPOSED OF
ARE CHANGING HANDS AMONG PRIVATE OWNERS AT
DOUBLE AND MORE THAN OUR PRICES. AND IT IS QUITE
REASONABLE TO SUPPOSE THAT THE TOWNSITE PRICES
WILL BE ADVANCED AS THE DEMAND FOR LOTS INCREASES.
Ferguson is the
Coming Town ON THE WING ITEMS
QJohn  Sutherland   is  away to Revelstoke.
W. B. Pool and John .1. Young are
expected in town this evening.
The Rossland Daily Record has suspended publication. The job department only will be continued.
Mrs. S. O'Connor of the Windsor
Hotel, will leave for a visit to Banff
and Medicine Hat in a few days.
Thore is to be a complimentary
dance at tho Halcyon Hot Springs
sanitarium on Friday, January 4th.
Tl% Nelson newspapers aro vory
busyWpst now discussing ''John Houston" W all the various phases of his
public llfo.
Win. M, Sullivan of Forguson, Is
presently a guest at the Haleyou Hot
Springs. He is on his way out to
11 rand Forks.
W. B, Crovo of Comaplix, and P,
Shepherd of tho Silvor Cup mino, wore
recent guests at tho Halcyon Hot
Springs sanitarium,
Thero was enough Lardoau Foley
votes elsowhoro In this province to
have elected him, had thoy been
allowed to voto whore now working.
Strange as it may seem, more snow
is needed to put tho roads in condition
for oro hauling. Judging by what
the Eaole'S Thomson' Landing correspondent says.
* When you roach Trout Lako City
register at the Queen's Hotol, Abrahamson Bros., proprietors. Good
accomodation ; best service: choice
ivlnos, liquors nnd cigars; lire proof
safe : rates reasonable.
Nineteen thousand live hundred and
fifty two persons in New York were
helped, during the year just ending, to
Iteop them from starvation. ��20,0(10
was raised and contributed by a com-
mitle appointed for Iho purpose. 'Nuf
sed.
The Victoria by-law to grant a bonus
of $15,000 for twenty years to the
Great Northern Railway Co. for the
operation of a railway ferry between
the mainland and tho island, has beon
carried by a voto of 5 to I. The majority in favor was 1241.
Oh,-is. Foley's lead in tim Kootenay
nnd Boundary amounts to 512, but the
remaining portion of this world-wide
constituency gives Galliher a plurality
of 751. Tho farmers of Vernon made
the result as it is. May heaven forgive them: tho Eagle can't.
The capacity of tho Granby smelter,
nt Grand Forks, is to be doubled. The
representatives of several electrical
nnd mining machinery firms are now
on the ground for the purpose of tendering on the work. At present tbe
phi nt is treating some 600 tons of ore
per day.
A general meeting of tho Good
Roads Association will be held in
Victoria on December 18th. All members and all persons desirous of becoming members of tho association are
invited to attend. Delegates from all
farmer's Institutes, boards of trade and
municipal councils aro expected.
The B. C. Express Company's stage
that reached Ashcroft on the 28th of
hist month brought the Inst gold brick
'or the season from the Cariboo Hydraulic mine, "near Quesnelle Forks.
The value of tho brick wns $63,000,
making a total for the senson of $353,-
000. Not a bad showing for one property.
Frank Holten and Wm. Shannon
came down tho north Fork on Snnday.
They report the fall snowslides all
d 'Wn so that the danger to travellers
up that wny Is pretty well over for a
couple of months. Mr. Holten leaves
in a day.or two for St.Paul,Minneapolis
and Duluth to spond a month, whilo
Mr. Shannon puts out for Toronto to
spend the festlvo season with parents
and friends thoro.
The British Columbia Mining
Record's Chrlstmns supplement Is to
hand. 'It is certainly a credit to tho
province In which It Is printed. Tho
literary fjstandard Is away abovo the
average and its mechanical got up
reflects crodlt upon Victoria printers
ami engravers. The whole production
makes Interesting and Instructive
reading from cover to cover. And tho
price Is only 25 cents,
Edgar Burrldge, who has charge of
W. M. Lawrence's tlnsmithing department, Rovelstoke. is in town. He is
installing a latest Improved hot air
furnace In the basement of the Hotel
Ferguson. It Is the first one In the
Lardeau district, but the satisfactory
results t'|i'0n will possibly net as nn
���; ���.. -.I:.-., toothers tn full In line. It
is 'i : ' ��� giving In wood, and altogether
moro satisfactory than tbe old stove
methods of he��tlng,
For the reason thut newspapers,
like men, are judged by thoir associates the EAOLE refuses to become
further comtaminatod with the childish ideals of its nonsensical contemporary. Just because there is one school
boy in the literary sphere of this district is no reason why we should also
strive for that distinction.
Chris. Foley will be in Rossland
what Ralph Smith is to Nanaimo.
When mon without organization or
money can como as near winning a
contest as the Labor men have in Yale-
Cariboo they cannot be ignored by
party line men. Tbe present contest
is ovor, but the groundwork has been
laid for future contests, the result of
which will mean much, not only to
Kootonay, but to the province of
British Columbia.���Nelson Tribune.
2\A. Wilson, M.D., CM.
A SNAP IN REAL ESTATE.
Lots 8 and 4< ln blook io, Ferguson townHite,
will lie sold cheap lor oash, if taken hoforc .Fan.
1st. Apply or write at onCO to R. \\ Puttipieoe,
I'uruusun, lt. ('.
WANTED.
A Koort BQcond-hand typewriting machine.
Price must be reasonable. .Send particulars to
" Eagle." Ferguson, IJ. C,
WANTED.
Agtrltohelp in goneral housework, family
of three, good nomo lor tho right girl.   Write
at once to the " Eagle," Ferguson, II. 0.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Do not he annoyed if at the expiration of
your subscription tlie Eaglo ceases to Hy your
way. Due notice will he scut you and if there
i.�� no response vour name will bo cut off. It
saves us time and money, and "business is
business."
NOTICE.
The following applications have been recciv
ed for lii-uor licenses in the FeiKiisondigtrict:
Ferguson Hotel, O. Ferguson, proprietor.
Balmoral Hotel, Cummings it MeXab, props.
Windsor Hotel, Mrs. Sarah O'Connor, prop.
Park Hotol, Wm. liaty, proprietor.
Green Slide Mountain Hotel. F. F. Fulmer.
proprietor.
It. A.  UPPER,
[Chief License Inspector.
NOTICE.
There will bo a meeting of the Board of
License Commissioners in the Provincial
Police Office, Kevelstoko.on Pec 16th at 10 a.m.
for the purpose of deciding licenses.
It. A. UPPER.
Deo. 1st, liKJO chief License Inspector.
The Chamber of Mines
Southern   ISrltlali   Columblit
(Kootenay and Yale)
Tlie Chamber of Mines wants thoroughly
reliable correspondents in every camp in the
districts of Fast and \Vest Kootenay and Vale
to whom reasonable compensation will he
paid for thoir service. Correspondents will be
expected to furnish tlie chamber of Mines
with all development going on at the mines
the installation of machinery, shipments of
ore and value, and generally such news as will
attract the attention of capitalists and cause
them to Investigate and invest..
Applications to be addressed to tho
CHAMBER OF MINKS
Southern British Columbia,
(Kootenays and Yale)
I*. O. Box 578 KOSSLAND, B. C.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS
To   LILLIAN   HOAR,  J. \V. M. HOAR,   R. S.
WILSON and O. I). HOAR;
Take notice that we theundendgned Co-owners with you of tlie Jumbo, Florence, Union
.lack, '..'aiuidian Boy, Iudepciidalit and Parrsboro mineral cbtinm, situated on the south
fork of the Lardeau creek in the Trout Lake
Mining Division of West Krotenay in the
Province of British Columbia, have performed
and recorded the assessment work and made
the expenditure required to be done and
recorded on the above mentioned Claims for
the voar IBM as well as the yens 1808, 18W and
1896 under section IN of the Mineral Act and
tlio years for which such work was performed
and expenditure made having expired wc do
hereby give vou notice pursuant to Section 4of
the Minora! Aot Amendment Aol iwu, to contribute your proportion of such expenditure
for tbe yeius hereinbefore mentioned within
DO days of the lirst publication hereof.
Dated at Trout Lake thtfl 20tli davof September A. I). 1900.
ILM. CARTER,
.LC. KIRKPATRICK.
81-46 t. THOMPSON,   Co-Owner*.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNER.
To C. C. BENNETT :
Take notice that I the undersigned Co-owner
with you of the "Brer Fox" mineral claim situated on tho northwest side of Haskins creek
und about three miles from its mouth and being a south-easterlv extension of tne Fayal
mineral claim in the Trout Lake Mining Division, of west Kootenay, in the province of
British Columbia, have performed and recorded the assessment work and made the ex
penditure required to be done and recorded on
the above mentioned claim forthe year 1899
under section 24 of the Mineral act and the
year for which such work was performed and
expenditure made having expired I do hereby
give von notice pursuant to section 4 of the
Mineral Act Amendment Act 11*00, to contribute your proportion of micli expenditure for
the year herolnbofnro mentioned within 90
days of the ti rst publication hereof.
Dated at Trout Lako this Sth day of November, A. D. 1900.
W-tt PETER MoVEIGH-Co-owwr,
L. R. C. I*. & S.    [Queen's University.)
Provincial Coroner, Etc.
PHYSICTAN AND SURGEON,
Ferguson, B. C\
Fred C. Elliott,
BARRISTER, NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.,
TROUT LAKE OITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B. C.
Harvey, McCarter $ Pinkham
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
OFFICES:    REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN.
Solicitors lor Imperial liHiik of Canada.
Geo. S. MeCarlcr. J. A. Harvey.
A. M. Plukliam.
J.M.Scott,B.A.,L.L.B.
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ETC.
OFFICES;   MoKENZlE AVENUE,
Revelstoke, B. C
A. H. Holdich, M.C.M.I.,
ASSAYER AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
Revelstoke, B. C
Methodist Church
Fergimon : Service in sehool Iiouhc every
Sunday at il p.m   ->nnday school atil p.m.
Trotit Lake Cltv . Services In Forrester'*
hall every Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday-
school at2:��0p.m.
REV. S. .1. GREEN, Pastor.
S. Shannon,
Assayer and Analytical
Chemist.
OFFICE!    VICTORIA AVE., FERGUSON, II. ('.
FERGUSON AND TEN-MILE.
k
General Blacksmithing
and Repair Work���
Promptly attended to at moderate rate-
Horse shooing a specialty.
"PKEO. DESJARDIXE
When Thirsty
Drink
Enterprise Beer
All Lardeau's leading hotels handle it.
Manufactured by the
Enterprise Brewing Co.,
Revelstoke, B. C,
Imperial Bank
*<nii    of Canada.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, ,2,500,000.00.
CAPITAL PAID UP . . 12,458,008.00;
REST      ,1,700,0110.00. .
General Banking Business Transacted
Interest allowed on deposits In Savings
Department at current rates.
A. R. bThEARN,
MANAGER REVELSTOKE BRANCH.
: FIELD 4 BEWS,
���   Druggists
Chemists     $)
Stationers
! KS3SS! REVELSTOKE.:
If you need anything in
Photographic
Supplies...
Send to the
CANADA DKUG & BOOK CO.,
REVELSTOKE, B.C
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   .   .
ARROW LAKES, U. C,
The most complete resort on the continent
of North America. Situated midst scenery
unrivalled for grandeur. Boating, flehinjr
and excursions. Resident physician and
nurse. In telegraphic communication witli
all parts of the world. Two mails arrive and
depart everv day. Its baths cure all nervous
and muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
kidney, liver and stomach aliments. Its
baths and waters arc a sure remedy against
all argentiferous poisons. TERMS : $lf�� to
$18 per week, according to residence in hotel
or villas.
Job Printing
Vou need it In vour business, but you want
it done neatly and In an up to-date style,
and of course at a moderate price. We cau
furnish you with anything you need in the
printing line, but to jog your memory will
mention Bill Heads, Statements, Receipts,
Envelopes. Letter Heads, Business Curds,
etc., any of which you may be ln immediate
need of.    Telephone or write
The Lardeau Eagle
1
I
MEN'S  CLOTHING
We have just placed in stoclc tha biggest
and best assorted stock of gents' clothing, milters' Mackinaw Clothing, overalls, Ovorshirts, Underwear, Sox, etc.
Evory need in the above lines at
prices   consistent    with    quality   at
"M
Lardeau's Leading Store
Our Boot, Shoo, and Overshoe line gives
the best choice in the district and our
stock of General Merchandise cannot be
extolled. Get your Christmas supplies
from us. We treat you right, our prices
aro right and quality always guaranteed.
i
I
Christmas
FERGUSON'S
f Post Ice S
Greetings
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.
Branch at
Trout Lake City.
Revelstoke.
HIGH CLASS
TAILORING
nml HUNTS' FUH.VI8IIEK.
-REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
H. G. PARSON
Wholesale  Dealer* In
... Wines, Liquors and Cigars...
The Best Goods Only.
Stock Large and Complete.
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
YOU MUST BECOME A PAID-DP READEBOF "THE EAGLE."

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