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Vol  III. No  43
Ferguson,  B. C,   December 19 h, 1902
$2 aYcar
ROSY PROSPECTS
FOR SHAREHOLDERS
Iu the Ophir-Lade Syndicate. Directors Held
an Important Meeting at Ferguson Last
Week.     A Progressive Co.
At the meeting of the directors of
the Ophir-Lade Mining Syndicate,
Limited last week tho following
attended: F. W. Gudsal of Plncher
Creek, Aloerta; W. B. Pool of Ferguson; Jno, J. Young, M, L. A., of Cal-
(tan; Jus. A. Lade, superintendent of
thc mine; H. Crilly, superintendent of
the Nottie L., S. Sutherland of Fer-
fitson aud llobt. Hodge, the compact's
solicit ir "and secretary. Several
shareholders, lunludiiig J. Ennest, 1*1.
Hill nan, J. II. Otto, Dr. Newcombe.
W*u. Maudonald, J. S. lilack ana A.
H. Uoldleli, were also in town and
too< part in discussions as to tbe policy and future of the syndicate.
The illuming was must harmonious
A Musical Tri-^t.
A musical treat was experienced by
those present at the curd party given
at the Windsor hotel Friday night lasl.
J. J. Young. M. L. A., presided at the
piano and Harry W,G ender manipulated the zither. Mr. Young is a master of the piano and Mr. Gender stand-
right at the lop as a zither player unci
the two instruments blend most harmoniously. Needless to say the evening passed quickly and an onjoyabli
time was spent.
Pool oreek. The machinery, which is
now on the way Includes a modern
Fraser & Chalmers stamp mill, van-
ners, crushers, rablo tram, 1.10 horse
power 1'ellon wheel and 250 feet of 1
Inch water pipe for same.
What the Mill Will Do.
The stamps are a thousand pounds
each dropping a hundred times per
minute and when the mill starts the
din of their pounding will bo heard
far and wide, lt is expected to put
through three tons nf quartz per stamp
each 24 hours, or about Ul'0 tons u
mouth. As the tlr-t quartz to go
through will probably bo some of the
higher grade rock say $41) or $50, and
as the cost uf mining and milling will
ho in tho neighborhood of only $.1 a
ton it does not take a lirst class mathe
matician to calculate that somebody
ami a feeling of general satisfaction _ur|ng the next twelve mouths will bo
prevailed  ill regard to the condition of' pocketing some large, fat, juicy divi.
15 Months Fur ��3.
W. F. Maclean, M. P., Ib desirous nl
increasing the circulation of the Toronto World to 20.000 before the enu
of the year. The World is consideren
the brightest newspaper in Canadn
It is published every weekday morn in*
at 4 o'clock. Its market reports ate
tbe most accurate particularly those
iu which the farmers and merchant
are interested.
Any render of this paper who men
Huns this offer, and win) sendtt $���'
before the end uf the year will recelvi
a receipt up to April 1. 1904. Th*
regular price of the World in %���
fur nue year. It is tbo only one-cetil
morning paper published in Canada.
A sample copy of the World may b.
seen ut tbis office, Orders with the $.
should he sent by registered mail or h
postal nolo to the World Newspapei
Co., Torouto.
SANDON LEAD
CONFERENCE
Sends Delegates to Ottawa. All the Principal
Lead Mines in li. C. Represented. Resolutions Adopted Unanimously.
the company and the excellent results
of the extousi ve operations which are
being curri-d on upuu the Fish Creek
property.
Business Done.
A large amount of iju.iiiess was got
through mainly relating to the Internal economy uf the company and the
purchase of machinery. It was dectued
to offer a now issue of stock to tbe
presout shareuolders, who are allowed
until Jan. 1st lo take advantage of tbe
sa*ue and the secretary was instructed
to uotify inetu accordingly. The
Ophir -Lade Syndicate has always been
kept practically a close corporation
there being no promoter's shares and
nearly ull thu capital having been
subscribed by the principal owners.
There Is a strong likelihood thut the
shares will beudvauced in pricoalmost
Immediately. Considering tbe fact that
this -.took mis never beeu "watered,"
that uveiy shareholder Is actuall*, In
on the "ground door" and that a laige
amount uf exceedingly satisfactory
development work bus been aone
placing the Fish Creek group in a | Oil-
tion when) a stamp mill is justified, It
would seem to an outsider that there
Is every reason for advancing the
shures.
Some Rapid  Work.
'i'ho l.iia:.laiid-Oyster-C.ilterion group
wis purchased oo June 6th and two
days later Messrs 1'oul ami Youug bud
a gang of men ou the ground putting
up buildings and commencing development work. Up to Nov. 30th 1006
feeiof tunnels, drifts and shafts had
beon completed. Outside of the development on ih" Nettio L., which was
dono under the same management,
there has probably bon no'better
record than this since the Lardeau
became a mining camp. The men
behind lhe Ophii-I-ude Syndicato bave
a record throughout the province for
energetic, Intelligent, successful mining.   Tbeir lust, venture   Ib probably
dends, while incidentally the whole
Lardeau district will participate In the
resulting bourn.
At ihe company will   not go to the
heavy exfeuse of shovelling snow and
piirtio''     U[i    heavy   machinery   and
���..   it will be neac.v July before
,*    lumps begin lodrop, but develop-
.. ivork, us well us accumulation ul
.*   i the dumps, will p'oceed steadily
u, ..lit. innan time.
It wus dec|tied to close the financial
year ou the last day of May in each
year and the annual meeting will be
lis I don tbe first Monday In July.
What tbey Own.
The syndicate's claims nn Fish
creek consist of the Criterion. Oyster,
Rossland, imperial, Balfour, Mascott
and Gold Hog, which form a complete
crescent on three sides of the well
known Eva group, lying higher up tlie
mountain thun the littler ai.d taking In
the Eva ledges as woll as a number of
others.
The claims purchased bv the syndicate from the Liule Bros,, on Gainer
0 irk. lnoiudo the Ophir, Goldenville,
Olive Mabel, Foundation, Annie L..
Famous and Two-and-a-half, which
carry phenomenal values In telliiride
and gold quartz Tho total number of
claims Is fourteen.
Very Oimftrui,* People.
The Socialists of Ferguson are most
generous to tho defeated brother lu
Nanaimo. On Wednesday night the
17th Inst a parcel of money was sent to
brother Parker Williams at Nanaimo
to help along the fight for the North
Nanalmoseat In the legislature .On
the same mall night the Vancouver
papers brought the result of tbe bye
election as follows:
Nannlmo. Dec. 15.���At the bye election held at. North Nanaimo yesterday,
Mr. W. W. B. Mclnnes, provincial
secretary, was elected by a majority of
108 over Mr.Parker Williams.Soeialist
���Province.
This result shows that the Socialist
element has to be reckoned with In fut
ure B. C. election   contests.    Parker
their biggest and is already an assured j mmmB mllie Mr.   M(,InD0S    SaM
success, lor the.y   havo   one   of   tho
greatest free-milling gold properties In er|
*3ritish Columbia.
��� Machinery on the Road.
It was li'tiaily decided at tlie. meeting
stoutly for evory Inch of ground gain*
However In future wo would
respectfully advlso the Ferguson
league to keep themselves bettor posted on election dates and not repeat the
to complete the arrangements for ship- ridiculous spectacle of sending monoy
ping the ton stamp mill, tl-arawaj-and to assist a contest after tbe sumo Is
water power to the site secured on over,
Thu nitiliocan,
The   men  working on the Moheeiu
came down the lirst of the week,   u
being quewtioned by the Eagle  ma
tbey report tbe property 1 ink ing goin
and   Indications   point  to tbo  noH>
approach   of   tho tunnel  tu oro body.
Stringers of oru were heini* frequenn,
run through during the last days thn>
the   men   worked.      The   main   veil
siionid be tapped at no great distant1'
tn   the  present face of the tunnel
Tbe  Mnhecuti  lies in   a rich minera
belt aud every claim, with a good am
face showing, tlmt bus been developeu
to any  appreciable   extent   iu   that,
particular zone hits turned out good.
The Kolj Koy.
Thu men working at the Rob Roy.
were down Monday for mall and n
few necessary supplies. They report
having niadu good headway witli th,
work they are dnlng and the propert.*
Is looking good. This will bethel
last visit tu tbe civilised world tbl
pear. Thoy have hopes ofjseolng tin-
city of Ferguson again early in 1003.
Vlsliol tlie Nettio I..
When F. W. Godsal was In town a
week ago ho visited the Nettie L
m'no accompanied by W. U. Pool, who
was manager of tho property until
last July, This was Mr. Pool's lirsi
visit to tho mino since tbe machiin
drills were Installed. The two gentle
men went all over tho mine and witnessed the compressor plant work. T,
an Eagle reporter Mr. Pool stated
lhut everything is looking good both
under and abuve ground and tho compressed air drills are doing nice work.
Mr. Godsul is still a shareholder io tin
Great Western Mines, Ltd., whioh Co.
owns tbe Nettie L.
D. G. Forbes, manager of tho Great
Westorn and Silvor Cup mines, return-
���d Tuesday from Sandon    w.bero   he
ittended the lead conference on Wednesday of last: week.       An    Eagle
reporter found Mr. Forbes most affable
md inclined to talk on the lead question.   He said the conference resulted
most satisfactorily and lo has hoped
���hat much benefit may result to the
'-���ad industry in consevueuco ot  tbe
Sandon meeting.
Tbe conference   was most ham on
iUB throughout und ull tbe resolntious
vei'B adopted unanimously.   Subsurip-
loi>8   were asked  for  and $.880 were
���lised   forthwith   tu parti..!!*,   defray
���xpenses of the delegates appointed to
. Isit Ottawa and strengthen tbe bands
,f our member W. A. Galliher, M. P.,
tbo  will  lay  the  matter before the
���ablnet and ask the Canadian govern-
uent to place theCauiidJuti lead market
ma basis of security,  primarily by
.���iviug equal protection us is afforiltd
ii the United Slates.
Resolutions Adopted.
1. Wberoas tbe silver-lead Industry
���f British Columbia, notwithstanding
ne usual riehuess of tbe uro, the prov-
*d continuity of. the veins, and the
iivorable natural conditions of mining
��� ii the province, is, unr for some lime
ms been, in a declining condition,
ihiob.'lfnot ameliorated, will uml iu
utal stagnation.    And
2. Whereas the lead-mining camps
if tbe United States, and particularly
nose iu tbe adjoining state of Idaho
u-u, and for years have been, enjoying
*i*eut prosperity, duo lo a protective
tariff  conserving  thc   homo market,
Wid.
3. Whereas the silver-lead mining
industry has been for some years ol
national Importance, und, unless
illowetl to decline, will speedily attain
a much greater degree of importance,
lenelittlng by Its Incrcu-ed expenditures tne trade and advancement of
ducts of cheap European and Mexican
labor, and tbe surplus product of thi
protected lead Industry of thc Unite*'
States.
7. Therefore, we, tho silver-lea','
miners of the East and West Kootonay
districts of British Columbia in'con
vention assembled do hereby recommend and respectively urge the onac.*
uent of a Tariff Act which will afford
ample protection to tbe producer*.
manufacturers and transporters of
lend, thereby creating and fostering y.
uu���* and expansive homo industry cal-
uiluted to benelit all classes hy tho
stimulation of national trade and commerce.
Having in view the interests of the
producers, manufacturers and consumers of Lead, we would recommend a
duty equal to thut imposed by tbt
United States viz: _  ''���'���"
On lead inures, 1} cents per r" ind."* ���' '
On  lead in bullion, pigs, Bet*ii'*in*3
old lead, Iii cents per pound
On lead in sheets, pipe, unoe, etc.,
2-} cent- per imiiiid.
On white lead, etc.. 2S cents per pound. '
On all other products of lend an provided in Hie Diugley Tariff A.t of
July 24. 1897.
Provided always that if at any ti' i* .
It shall be proved that a cbinbliiailoi
mis been formed for tho purpose f
Unduly increasing the charges nu, t*
fur smelting lead oreB produced ie
Canaila, or fur refining or mark, ting
lead bullion, or if tbe charge f,irstm.*lt-
Ing and redoing in Canada is proved
exorbitant, then theGovornie'-Oen-ra-J
in-Counm! may at his discretion permit tlie admission into Canada of load
bullion smelted and refined, or sra died
or relieed in foreign, countries, fiym
Canadian lead ores, upon payment nf
an ml valorem duty of 15 per cent U|n ft
tbe cost of such smelting and refining.
8. And tbe secretary is hereby
instructed to forward copies of tbt
foregoing resolutions to thu senators
and members of the Dominion Parliament, representing British Columbia
with thu request tbnt they present tbe
saite to the Federal government as .
memorial with their endorsement.
until
And
Eastern and  Western  Canada.
Mrs. Langtry's final appearand*
in London, England prior to Iter Amer*
Iran tour wa*. made on Dec. 8th under
4.   Whereas, our domestic  market r,,..^. (.lf<.um���unw8,    j. ,���.,, ,���.,���    V*
THB CHURCHES.
Methodist.
Service will be hold in Eaglo hall
every Sunday commencing at 3 p. m,.
ana alternate Sundays nt 8 p.m. All
are Invited to attend.
S. J. Green, Pastor,
Anglican.
Divine sorviuo will bo hold every
alternate Sunday iu Eagle hall at 3 in
the afternoon.
An Invitation to attend is extended to
evervbodv H. A. SOLLY,
Curate.
for the manufactured products uf lead
is chiefly supplied from tho products
,if ores mined In Mexico and Europe;
������here the labor cost of production is
much lower thun tn this country; a condition of affairs permitted by the
wholly inadequate protection afforded
oy the existing tariff, while tbe prices
uf white leau, lend pipe, sheet lead ami
shot, In the Dominion of Canada an
approximately equal to the price-
charged for the same commodities li
ihe United states, all to the dotrlnieu
nf the producers, consumers, und trans
porters of  lead iu this country. And
5. Whoroas undor the exlstlm.
tariff, little or no niotection Is uffurd.d
to tbe lead producing industries; whilst
adequate protection is afforded to all
other Industries of equal importance,
known to ns.   And
6. Whereas theso conditions result
In the exportation of a prop udci'luice
of our crude ore and bullion, the foi-
���ner to American smelters und tho latter to the markets of tlio world; there
Intended te give a private performance
of lhe play, "The C'rossWaja" Of whicli
Shu is joint author with Hartley Manners, at the Imperial theatre. Wueti
Bing Edward expressed a desire to
wltucss the performance Mrs. Langtry
then decided to make it a ssmi-publle
iffair. The King and Queen and thr
Prince of Wales woro present. Tbo
King warmly commended the play
, bile Queen Alexandra said to Uf.
I.anglry. ''I urn vvvy much pleased
villi the play and 1 am sure you nil'
lave good success.
Tbe late W. E. Gladstone once said'
"Nothing except a mint can h.skn
money without nd.ertiuing." This Id
why Gladstone Is remembered us tbl
grand old man.���Paystreak.
A Hot Springs,  V��., special eayii
that Sir Wilfrid Lkurler, prcmicro'
Canada, his wife and somefiitt.eeart
tharr, and tbat the primier ie  ��n��*
to enter Ititocenipetillon wlibtbepru-   eutly in **��utl).iil bullb,
V
tMM
-     ���-'���-- irdeau Bagle
that it would be I'ound very *iitli uIt
10 keep the track clear oi snow
wilh the amount of tr.ifli.: there
would be for ihe line in 'h.: winter,
lied I'very  Friday ui Poripiwin, II, 0���
by
E. G. WOODWARD,
>ui nil oorroftininilotH'QHboul i bo limited.
-bscrijitiwi Rules: -f-'.o,) per annum. t<>
-iilreu-j in AHiuricajii.-tfl for six iiioti.hu;
. yotir to (oiui[:n iiil-.lrt'.-.HM.    Nu [illy, uy
li I'riutiiiR:    The Englo Jtibileimrtmunt
��� bunt  e_iui_)[Hid OllltJOi HUU'lllO Dill) ulluy
i cau furnish Hi': ty|iOKiai'hicaj union
In North Kootenaj: ii yuiiruiitco in Uuo If
���jd work mid |jromjituo**a.
iverttafng Raws: DtBplay ads., 91.00 per
���column inch por mouth.    Lugal mis., u
��� par(uonparlolj tina [ur Hr.-t Int-erUuii; h
��� per line (ur eaeh ntWIttlonul tiisurttuu.
ing iiuUeun 10 1'un.a per lino oaoli tssuu.
y day legal nullcud, ?lu.; sixty day*-, tf.-jQ;
days, fa. No uda. aooejitotl iUIubs lliun
ratOS.   No room lor quant-, till!..
vcekly Insertions constitutes one
The trouble in Veiuzuelti hns
reached tmttcuie st'-j-je bi' develop-
mint ami Great Britain and G ���������
nuiity have I tin Heel troops ami
opened active -.vurefftrc. On the
151I1 inst, the allied fl el pointed
their guns at Porto Cahello and a
bombardment ensued. In just 45
minui.es the guns of the Veuezuehtn
lortress were silenced and Puerto
Cahello tell into ihe hands of the
allied forces. President Castro of
Venezuelo is weakening1 and shows
a disposition to leave lhe differences
in dispute to arbitration but that
solution coming so late will hardly
be agreed to by eithea great Britain
or Germany. It is held 'hat the
monroe doctrine does noib.aron
the present situation.
f*
��s
Drugs ami Stationery
Pre��crl|.tloiiH Carefully and
..Acouni ely l-ouipnundod.,
A.   F.   R A N K I N E
P, 0,BLOCK, FERGUSON, B.t.'.
The Townsite  of-
Jewelryfor
Xmas Gifts
DAY. DEUEMBKR 111. llli'i
WTO RIAL MOTES.
lie  receipts   Irom   the   stile   ol
ley orders at the Ferguson  post
;e for the month  of November
.-i much   greater    than   for any
nth since the oflice was opened.
. "lere has been a steady increase of
! ���isiness at the office tor some time.
.us loo, 111 the lace of thc fact that
. Dominion money order office was
���pencil at Troul Lake hist August,
file Eigle   was  inlormed   also   by
Mr. Abbey   thut   it   ureal   deal   ol
money  passes   through bis  hands
monthly and that the  hti-iness was
.is aiming large proportions.
While Ferguson may seem
rather quiet, there is at the same
time a steady, healthy trade being
done right along, The difference,
not apparent lo an outsider, between lhe trade of a healthy mining
town anil an ordinary market town
.-r farming community is, the supplies are purchased tn quantity and
most  of it goes out lhe back door.
\TOYS
Buy From
j J. (). PIPER I
Trout Lake.
' New Goids arriving
weekly. An elejrant
assortment of souvenir
sprains, seals, watch
guards, Watches, neck
laces, etc.
A new lot of clocks
just, received.
Repairs noatly executed.
J. V. Reeves,
Ferguson
The money invested in mining
equals the amount invested in
banking and lhe profits are very
much more. The risks involved in
mining are no greater than in man)
jih-ir leginmale enterprises of thi
country. There are wise mining
investments and there are unwise
3nes, hut where an amount of care
's exercised proportionate to that
���*iven to other enterprises belorc
citing go tlie cash mining is all
light. As a business it requires
ess care and worry, and fewer
innoyances with much greater
profits on lhe investment than any
business that one can engage in.
Ol "Course there are mines, and
���Wines, claims, and claims and
1 *ne would be unwise put Iheir
loney into a mining meiprise
.���iiluut carefully iiis'tnii-; iting
,.rsi.
on second floor in Eagle block
Ferguson. 11. C.
,.. >����>i��'
Smith & Co.
45 Bleary St.,
��� Montreal
ft
Will bo represented In
^ortruson three or four
<lays eaeh month. Any
orders for clothing will
receive elnse attention
and we
GUARANTEE  A   FIT.\
1
t
Open for engagement for
day or night meetings
/at reasonable rental.
Write or call on
f
Our representative I
S. A. Scott li ft j
practical tnilor*$nd
will make clothes
lit. Hold your I
orders fur hlra.
E. 0. WOODWARD,
Proprietor.
*$
J. A. Murray,  chief promoter of
le proposed electric tramway  he-
veen  Ferguson  and  Trout   Lake
. -js in toivu Friday.      If the  tram
i * built it-will bring llic two towns
'���are in touch v.nh each other and
'-rgusonites can board thc tram at
. !iijjj|he  owning, and   enjoy Iwo
fi urs boating on  tW8 I*.* and be
.k  home again,by 10.    The only
faulty we#CHn*sec in,.the pay of
��� scheme provjpg, si grand success
������   .the heavy snowfall during the
iter  months,     tt seems to us
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LARDEAU MINES, LTD.
The three claims owni*d..liy the cniiiiuiny are tho ''[..irdeau
Queen." t.hu "Lardeau Kin*-" and the "Lurcletiu Prince," till abutting
end to end. ihrouch which three lends nn. s tho entire lenath, situated at the head of Li-xinatnn creek, in the Lurdeau mining division
ol West Kootenav, British Columbia,
These three claims lire Ineiiicdnn tne western slope of Gnat Mountain. Ihe lines belnu north-westerly and stiuth-eiisterly. and form ono
enmiili-ie port ion of Mineral land of about 158 acres.' Thoy lie oast
less than four miles up from FUli river.
The trt-<Mi|�� lies in the '���SIMlnit Hull" and "Wild West" belts,
two of the strongest and best known lends In that district, and work
ttlrinnly done on apjucent extent ions bus given most, satisfactory
results as to ostein of oro bodies and Increased values with dopth.
The formation is slate and schist, lying in an immense limo
tl.vkn, aad the crnppinirs o( the leads aro generally topped with heavy
iron rapping nr.d ipiariz, which gives ussuys from $8 upon thu
surface,
VEINS AND WORK DONE
Exploitation consists of two onen ruts along the surfaco for a
distance of twenty feet, which exposed a body of argentiferous
giiienn over 8 inches In width. The va'IIO of this oro body was$25 (10
on the surface, but at u depth of less than three feet it has Increased
to $4000. To tup this ore showing and tbe massive Iron cupped
ledge close to which it, lies tho present tunnel was commenced nnd
Is boty.in a distance of S2 feet. Another 85 feet of crnsscnttiiig
should reach this ledge at a death of abnnt 125 foot. When 111 feet
had been driven, an iilinost'solid body of iron ore three feet thick
wns encountered in the tunnel lying against a wall of slate. A
biimploat thin point assayed $7" (10 In gold, silver, copper and load.
Tho property has an excellent surface showing. The avorago
assays uro must encouraging, considering tho great width and con-
tinutincy of tho leads across the country with such groat width and
prominence ofthe surface judging fram other properties in tho near
vicinity, some of which aro on the samo load and havo developed
very rich oro bodies
In conclusion I would say that the Lardeau Minos are as good as
any, If not tho bost, in the vicinity, and I vurlly bollovo with it
nominal expenditure, thoy should bo mado dividend paying In a
sjsorttlme, and I would strongly recommend extensive development
toward that end,
H. 0. McCfymonf, M. E.
For Further information, nrlco of stock, otc, address
LARDEAU MINES. LTD.,
B. Norbert Ouimotto,  Manager.
Bank of Montreal Bid).., ROSSLAND, B. C.
���
*���*
G
The Pay-Roll Centre of the
Rich   Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
In on the Ground Floor
The   Lardeau  is the   richest
known mining  district in British
Goluinhia   and   the  mines, particularly those about  Ferguson,
ci.itiiu large   quantities  ot ore
being big as well as rich. Several I
new      properties      will      ship  t
ore during  the coming year and   J
lhe   town    is    sure   to   double   ���
in size     Buy a   few   lots now
belore the  effect of this  year's
progress sends them  up,  mayhap beyond your reach.
i
*>������������ 4-44-4
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
For Further Information Apply to
Henry  Floyd
General Agent,
Revelstoke, 8. G
 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT	
THE
prospectors' Exchange    |
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANDINO, fl. C.
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH THE
������BEST IN THE MAltKET-j-*
���THE (MIOICERT OF WINES*
������LIQUOKS AND Ull!AltS+^
w^^nx^^^&y?^ >**r >r fcrwt
Everybody
s mokes
Our Specia
-AND-
T h e Union
CIOAR
Tliey nre nil Uiiln . mado nml of the
best lliivniitl Tiitini'i'ii luiiiu'.v run
buy. Trv (mo nnil .tttlKfy youmclf
hh to ttn-ir quullly.
Union Cigar
Factory, H.A.
Urown, Prop.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up the Queens. .Good accommodation
..Best ot service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars,.Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors,
\   BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. BEST CUISINE SERVICE,   %
,   FINELY EQUIPPED BAR. REFITTED AND REFURNISHED,
v BEST 12.00 A DAY HOUSE
L IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT. Jit,
[   Hotel Lardea u
; /. laughton, Proprietor.
FKKGUSON, B, C,
HEADQDARTERB FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN.,..
NEATLY FURNISHED,
WELL LIGHTED AND HEATED ROOMS.
CONVENIENTLY   ^ J
Notiou tu DHlinquiMiUJo-Owiier.
To Wtltltiin Howrtr-1 orivlioiii-oevrlie may
huvo transferred dis |*iii*re*.t In the'.'Ulydt."
iin-t "Cly-i-aNn v." i. intT11 if.iiims, situated on
-Silver Cfop MmiiiMn Hitjtilntiig tm- i.iulii
mi:i"r>il olalm u i*1 IW mik*- fr nn Pcrttibou, In
UiBTryiii Ukf Minlnu DivUimi, West Koote*
imy lisii'ii-i in it l*.
*i iiinirf hereby notified 'imi [ liaveexpende !
|_tJll in   labor   tuul   lin.iMVBimMiti   ii|'< n thi'
above n.ent-iHte'l Hal tin slnno (Vi 7th, iixjj,
hihU'i'tho provltjimisol Hia Mim-rii _ot, ana
tf within W ilnyfl f nm thu rtaiem it.,- n nice
yon lull (if r-'fn-.o t.i cnn r*tm ���> v nu nm-jinr*
u, i. of th��i abuvo im n ,���..!-_��� i Mini \\ hi. It In now
due, id-iuther wilt ut uu-i nf advortlRliii?.
fo'irinterufct tn tliu nai-1 c>nl-ii*t ..;,! bci'oma
tin* prnniTiyiif thu ii'it��"-i'{iiL'i| mi ti*i Miction
i of tlio Mineral A.tl Am'ii'tiin'iit Ai't .'Jin.
lint,'il n' Pfr��\wm, B. r.. ilil-i In tii iiny of
Dc-cii'iur IWJ.
*���: Mjoi.co ; EMO
ft* Idlpl-UVOIlltilltBt
'OTI012.
Tv.o-nrl a Hull
in tlie Alicwunli
Kootoihty Hftrii-i
louiituin nii'ir til**
mtiiLTrtl cliii-n - i: into
Mnihii. IMvhii.ii ,11 .V._.<
\vhcr-* lowitu'l: On Lad
Umlfhot mlim.
'J'AtCK NOTIOK thut I, O 11, S*. Wtikle iiei.
tiii! n- Hffeiit for 'Im vijiinr t*.i<ii' Minims syndicato, Limited, Froo Minor'ii Uortitle 'c N<>. H,
4s:7.', Intern! >n.i-ty> frum thti date heriiof. tu
a.-i 1> to (tie ''nitiii: .. ���,'_������ if dor fur a i crtiflcau
or Itiijiruvi'inenM, for Mm fiurptwo of ��bululii}!
�� i iow]t Hrttut of thenbnvi) r>uitm.
Auitf" tlier t*��ke notice thut a-Hlon, under
wiiiiit ;;". ii ust lie tumraeiut'd bt-ro-rc the
Ihu'ihiici* id eui'Ii Uortlllo-ile uf  luiprovemGnl.**.
i'lited tlilsUtUday of D��oeuibar, A. D. Ml,
0. H, N. WILKIK
IHE   NEW AND ONLYi^R^   \\^  ()|/  (^
Capital Authorized. $4,000,000
CiipUM [Pald-upi $2,8oj,*Jj2
Rest    -   -   -   -   $S,4J8t593
Not too*
Notice is hereby j,' von tliAt tbe underB.'t.npd
piii n >i ti" losponalbly for tiny iu:count except
yn puodiiotlou til a "i it leu order eigtied b)
th-- m-Lunger, auperlnlendetii or Bui reiary.
THE OI'UUM. VDB MINI.NU SYNDICATE.
blMITKD.
Nol ii: i- to DHli.q..'���>���,. Co* 'vriour.
ToC.J, 8mitil nnd F. ��', Hlnvialeor tn*an>
pcr-.nn ��r pcr-oiit to whom thoj may have
trnnste'rt"l rtici Inicn-st- tii tbe lullm. im:
iniii';ia) elaftiH, the ������Afolllo A." mid "Copper
Kev" located at Bhort creek south of Past
ereek i;i the front Lake uilnhta division ut
West Kootenay.
Tftkenoittii tha. wo tho undersigned havp
perfnrmud th-1 work aud r-*eorded the hs.hcb'**
ment on th" abovo nnntad pro|iertio�� for thu
years luUO-1901 an I Inordoi' to li--*-tl your lator-
f.tn n .-ultl olu1ra*t under ie tion 2A of th.'
Mineral Act and if within Oil days of tho Ural
publioation hurt.nf -.on fall ur'iofuae to (ion-
tribute your portion of Kutih expendituio
together with tliu eoit of advertising, you.
iuti-i'K-t in tin; hAld elainifl will beoomu tht
property of theBiibscrlbura undor-section 4 ul
the Minetal Act ufUKHi.
Dato l at Fori! t m  ll.C. this 19th day of Deo.
im,
dee 1
���-���ne
jJOE M  RET
* tn I)-ntlii*(uuit(
ft oil, or vhmns
er��Ht hi
ToS.T. do uu, or vhmnsoever ho may hivi
transferred hl-t ImerutK In ihu Triuno Km
tion So. H mineral 1tt.1tiu Hltuntod on Kruwi
areok.in tho rrmi l.nKo .Milling DIvWoi
West Kuutenay Ij|m rlct 01 �� 1'.
Vmi aruh'-reby mil ll��d tti.M I havo expend
ed lltfn in Pill >r* 1,1,1 IniprovoiiioutH uiion thi
above mon lonetl frnattonal minora! clnln
Bitjce July 1st, l!i'.L'. undor thu provlsiotiB ul ti*
Mineral Ao , and if within W duyn from thi
dato uf this Uiitloe you fail or refnsn tu cuntii
Imtu your proportion of tho above muniioui.*ii
Hum whii'h is now duo' togelhor with i.i
tost 01 Mdvortlaing, your iniorest iu tiie naii'
olftftn win boeomo the property of the undet
jiigtu'd undor sootiou 4 of tlio "Minoral An
Ameudmo it Aot lOiil).
Datoil nt Korgusuu, Ji.'J., thi- 17th dayo
October, IWi.
c. u Woodrow
OFTH IS DISTRICT
Itieludtug Hut KUhCreokciuup
mid Upper Uuue n ittver bOi'tlou. \nuiu
piled hy a. IM'uuuuins, IM. H.,niiil h
*-lift II Mill. fl. ,\��� i.1   HOW    Oil   KHiU   'It   thi-,
otliee, Tint road) tatlo of the man is
provliiM nil wo have Mild fur it. t'he
Trout Ukodlvlslon is lithographed in
bitick, (lie LnrdoriU in rod,and th" iiu"
wortli in bin-, Even a tondorfoot could
take 11 uopj of this iduji nnd find -toy
claim recorded in the inreo dlvlBiotm,
Thu iiionutiiius, lakes, oroekb, WHgon
nnil*.. irailn, surveyed railway ruuies,
and 1 lie locution and name (by aunii|uo
index) 01 every minoral elaim in the
dintnet iH uh own.
Next    to    Visiting   the    Country    In
Person  This Hup Takes First Place.
in imti evety geographical
fi'utiiirc i:- so .lull delitte . that ou<> can
i-eeata giunuo tho nature of our conn try
nml he truut cf the ci"iiu locniiouti
gh-uft nn iiiti-iiluiiili) idea of tho mineral
holts running through the camp. Ills
certainly
The   Best    Worth   For   One   Dollar
ovor offered in lhe map lino of a miuhi
ciiinp.   it is die tlrst complete map c
tbo ili.-ti'ii't tuul is selling well.   It is fust
I,1}
wlnit vull nm loukillft Tor. WE ,
HAVE A KEW MAI'S MOUNTED ON
L1XEN, WITH A (10011 UOVEK, I'Olt
TKA.Hi-_W.K_ ok HltOSPEU'i'ORS,
W lllllll SELL AT 11,60, THESE ARE
THE I1KST VALUE, AS THEV WILL
LAST l*'01l VEABS.
Addrttsa ynur order, with aa
cttulii.HUre of u one dollar bill, Ino
cheque-i, orders, itie.j to
Minlnj,' cunipanies or others ordering
lots of 20 of more, roups will bo sup
j.licil ut 511 cents eaeh.
IIKAll    I 'Til li, IOHOXTI).
11.11. wu.10, uonornl Muiiuuur
Rranvhos in Ontarl o, Queboe, Manttobn, N, W,
T.illlil II nli-" Colli 111 iiiu
AI.KXTS AND   l.'OHKESI'tlXhEXTS.
llroul llilti'lu-lilc ydn Hank, Limited
United S!at.A��� Nai v Vork. It.itik in MontrtJill.
"     -rill hibii, I'irM Niillinilll Huim
 JSBIl    I'llill i-l:o.   Weill   Fnrgn
,li Uo'* Burnt.
"   -St. 1 'Hill, M-i'ini'i Nat'l Hank,
������    -Mil, neaiioll-. Eir-t Nat'l Hunk
������ "    -S.nl lie, Seattle Nallouul Bauk
BRANCH ES IN I!. C.
Vanoouvor, itevelsi oke,    N'alaon,   Colden,
Kergutiuii Vlotoiia.
SAVINOM iia.m: DEI'AHTMENT.
Iiilemn iillinvvil ut '-iirreut ratei*.
Afttineral balikiiift; tniKllxms tritn.aelcd.
If. MACDONALD
Local M imager.
>E
��� ��������������������������� �����*��������������������� *>-**���
WE CARRY CARPETS,
l
j LINOLEVAS, OILCLOTHS AND X
1 CHhSA HATTING. I
I      IRON BEOS a Specialty     I
I $5 unci up. .
........ ���������-��-���������*-��-*��� 44 44-44.4 ..-��.<
Goods cttn be furnished to any part oi Litrdvuu on very shoii noiicu'
ns the service is such that delivery cnn be made in one duy from Nelson.
No Charge for packing ���*-��-��-��-*��-t^*-i-->--M-����*-��*^*-e*��<^*->*<^��<^<r����_-.
Ml sensible peu.ole traael b.v tlio
fts!
fANADI
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
Not Ion.
vrlliiiK dated auk.
17th
Bv anaf'-rnmont in   vriiuiK iphohaub
190i,   Uidrow Cninminca nt Kemiwon, lv
keeper, aatigneri  '������> Hie l-lniiHou's Bay 00111-
Sativ ��.ii imnk debt*- and codli-ttion owing tn
tin In oonnoctlon ivhh t..o buatnoa*. carrio
on tiv him -it the Mttlmnirtl hole).
All' puriHM-H than Indobiol t*'Hal(l(-ummini_>
are reqylred t>t ;my tic ninmiutfl owing ftirth-
Willi nu I miy ell ur |ia>* tins ifluney t-i Mr.
A. J Uoidtmai iho Mai moral howl, Fergusnii
who im-. my autiitirity toreneipt for name, or
thc money muy bu remitted alroottouie at
He.-el hi nke.
Rovelstoke, Aug. with, lfln'-l,
llKO. S, UoCAKTBR.
Sultoit t ior iho lludmia'a Hay Uo.
Notlco,
Lulo Itclle Praotional Mineral (Maim.
.-iituated itt Trout Lakq Mining Division of
Wyi htooieuay DiHtrtrt.
Located on Nettie L. Mountain adjoining, the
Nettle ii. Minoral i.laitu,
TAKE NOTIOK that I, Gonna 8. McCarter,
ROtluia$tig��ntfnr the It rout Wo��tern Mines,
Limited u-iiiilitv, Freo Mni.*rs* uortlfloato So��
B.4S171. Into in davM from the date hereof to
apply to the Mining rteeor-'or fur �� ��� clllloate
01 liuurnvdmoiits ior tho purpose of obtaining
aOrOwndrantof the nb'ivo el alms.
AND I'l'KTHIvt TAKK Vlirii'K Hint iietion
under Soetlon 87 must bo commoni-ed before
��� he InHuanoo of suoh eertliloato of improve-
men Is.
Dated tliis 1st day "f Novomlior, 1002, wimi
GKO, B. MeCARTER.
Batters of North America
THU IS T If I
U-VION I.AilKL o
thu United Huttoi
of North Amorfi'H
'A'lien v>ii me mi
ng a FUR HAT
ither soft nr stiff
j WOO to  it   lhut   thi
inuiiie U n 1 0 .-���
Lrthel Ik sowed iu 11
if a retailer im-
loose labels in bit
|n(KSosttioti and oi
(era to imt one in ��
imi for you, do noi
i-atrotilze til in.  Ho
insnnt-HU)    pii't,iria\e loOfto labels.   Loom
tbolai'n reiiiii HtoreaHreconntorfeita.   Do nol
isten to any exnli
111a  no  label,   i'l
erfonued on Ihe
s 11 postage atai
lines perforated
ometlmeaoaly 011
n the eounlorfe
nrert ��re o.-iur tl
iietr Ni'ab-made 1
0. of Philadelphl
-9I3TEV��'
iiitlon as to why the Inn
1 Genuine Union Label If
itir edges oxnotly the same
i. Counterfeit-*1 1"*" Mime-
1 throa "i tin* edtros, and
.mo. Koop h sharp lonitout
���j. Unnrineiplod tnnnuf��i**
-.���l in order to get rid 01
it-;. The .'nliti Tt Ktt'tsnti
, l*n., J:; non-union eoneern,
JOHN A, MOFFITT,President,
Orangf, N.J
JOHN PHI1 Lies.Secretary,
7��7 Hatlford Ai'O..Krooklvn, N Y
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ,   .   ,
ARROW LAKK8, B.C.
Bltuated midst wwery unrivalled for
grandeur. The most complete health
rosort on tho continent of North America.
[is b.ith- cure all Nervous-tttd .Mus<
cutiir diseases. Its waters heal nil
Kidney. Liver and stomaon iillmants.
They aie a never failinir remedy for
all iiietallii'p* isuus, completely purify*
ing thc system.
TERMS���9l.'> to 118 per week, accord*
inn 10 residence in if del or Villus.
I*. Uii> t'tjuulunion Uiuanimoiitily iigi'eed
to by the TravulHng Public.
Speed,  Safety
Satisfaction
Leave Tront'Lakc city ? fonday, W-odnesday,
Friday 4:00 p. m.   Arrive llelaou 5.0U a. m.
Leave Nolson /ij00a.m.
Arrive Winnipeg. '.'udday,8;60 a.m.
Arrive3t. Paul -ml day OfiOp.m.
Arrive Chleaito 3rd day 9;40a. m
Arrive Toronto -4th day 2;-13 p, m.
Arrive Montiviil iili day fl;��0 p, m,
Arrive now Vorle 6tb day 8;fi5a, m.
Closes connection  for nil custom points
Throngh Tourist Sleeping Car?,
 gast	
Leaves   Duumoro Junction Daily   for   st
loaves Kootenay Landini: Tuesday and
-atui'diiy for Toronto, Motilreal and mi
..uteru'poini.s.
Through  Bookings  to   Europz
via all Atlantic Routes. Prepaid TlnkoN n
Lowest Itiuea Issued from ull European
1 uiiiiuie:,
Further Information rcsardlnK the "Only
\Vay" can bo hud nu application to
E. J. Coyic,
\,u. P. A.i Vancouver.
J. S. Carter
I). P. A. Nelaot
Purser, S.S. Victoria,
THE  Fl'RGUSON
SAW AND
PLANING
MILLS
International
Correspondence
Schools, sr"!**mN'
I'A.
Gives ln*.[*ni'llii.i by mull t" the follow
Iiik Kiibloiitm Mii'iiiuiiiiiiii ottgliiuerinid
ui.iiliHiilinl ilm.vini*. Klfiirloni oiiglnoer*
liiil,li'lu*tri,|,|iy,l,ilu|>li'my,����,ill�� ryplumb-
in,.. iiciiiiiii!nml vuiiilliiiiiiii, ilvll otlgln,
cnrlni.', iiri'iilU'i'liif, iirehlloOtUMl "raw-
Init Hluift metal pattern driifttn-t, lettering
an.I ^iK'i putlltlllgi .i-naiLniiitiil deilgn.,
book keeDlitit. uteiingrftptiy, milling, smelt.
ing, metallurgy, hyuromotallurgy, olecitro.
thorn lientltmi Preutih. tlermau, Spani.h.
Bond for free eiitalngiie.
HI per een rltfli-ount Ity rutting out this
ad. and eni-olling before end nt month.
W. H. JIcDOIKHLI., Local Agent,
Nelaon, It. O.
Time Table.
S. S. ABOHBB OH S.S. LAEDBAU.
Running between Atrowbeitd, Heu-
t��n antl Ooroiipllx, ci'inmencintr Outo*
'���er Mill, Mini, will null as follows,
woathui* iwi'inittiii','.
Loitvln? Arrowhontl for Bnntnn and
Comuplix, twice dally���ink und 15k.
Leaving Reatnn nnd Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twlco dailv ��� 7:lf>k and
12:45k. Making (done oonneoMnnB
with nil 0, P. R, Steamers and trains.
Tho owners reserve the rlffh*. to
change times of sailings without
notlco.
Ths Fred Robinson Lumber Oo, Ltd
t
All kinds of Rough
and Dressed Lumber
in stock.
We have engaged a
first class mechanic
and are prepared to
take contracts for anything in the building
line.   Workmanship
guaranteed.
SMITH & LABEAU,
PROPRIETORS.
The B.C. ASSAY* CHEMICAL SUPPLY (.0. it*.
VANCOUVBR, B. 0.
Headquarters for Ass��y��i*a, Mining
ft Mill ���Ittpptlffl. Knle nijentl, iu 11.
(: tnr M<<'1*1111 tlruoibte i'o., Kattersea,
Enclilii'l; r* W, Braun A Co.'s Patent
Caiv trurnaofls. Burners, oto. | Wm. Ains-
worth A I'o.'sKine Balaiioes etc.,etc.
Windsor Hotel
When coming Into Ferguson the first hotol to
seo Is the Windsor. If one is looking for the
best accommodation, I, o. Clean, well tended
rooms, a well furnished tuble and choice liquors and cigars, then tho Windsor Is the best
place to stop. Reading rooms and parlors
nicely furnished.   Everything quiet.
*�����.�����. ***,���-*���*,.����, 4 4 4 4 4 4-4 3-4-4-444-4-4 4
��� ���
I Funeral Directors and I
X Embalmers.
4   [Graduate of .'Iyer's College of Embalm
:
r
nliiRl   I
Can attend oa��Q nt Pei'jiUeou at too
bout's outiuu if advised hy win.-. \\
*���-������� ���>������������������>�� ��*��*�������������������������������-��
D. J0 Robertson cS C����
NELSON, B. C.
mm mm si, ltd.
Capitalization $2,000,000
In 2,000,000 Shares, (Par Value $1,00 Eacb.
**   S-^jCi%-.-   *-*^f,,.-'.'^*-^Ji?*''*^''*^^*i-<^'*:
���i>H   . c.-.���I* l'x .1f!*
Kid
^
\',**
-ASSETS-
Thrao-qimrters of the Capital Stock in Treasury, 25,000 shares Simllkameen Valley 1'nnl Co , Lid , Slock, ten acre Smeller site at Ashnola.
Three Mineral claims situated three miles from Ashnola,
3.14(1 acres Coal [.amis, near Okanagan Luke, having an eight foot scum
of good steam und Domestic Coal.
Tlie lirst 200,000 of tiiofe slimes have already been subscrlbedund shares
ure now selling at 15 cents on calls of two and one-hall cents por mouth.
For Further Information apply to
R, J.  STEEL,
Official Broker,
-Nelson, B. C.
If you   are   building  or contemplate building we will be
pleased to quote you estimates  on anything made in our
Sash and Door Factory
and wc feel confident that we can give you satisfaction in
every particular.     Wi.ce: Sawyer Bros., Revelstoke, B. C.
r-*.>.vv.\-.".*..\-.s\v.v.vv,
��� ������    Publisltoa tho  fullest tcle.rnpiiio
/",���*   ii.���������:-, fii in a I purls of tht) world.
i,.. _ A I iho s,nte nnd locul new/-*,   Dully
M.t'* Sunday edition 75c per month.
ff-irnc s ureal
*      -P_i,.fr.
list DAILY,
Sl'HDAY,
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Thel*ir*ie5l find mof'tconipletoSun-
(f f.   doy paptf* north of Son Frnricisco,
'.. /   SpcciAt departments of luoruutre,
** *" c. fashion of women's news, Sun-
.   j��vv        -j   iii   i day edition $2,00 per year
ni\    I //   lw;(eaYi:ccfiIltte!iiii8i(i��tlicPo_t-!iit_ill.8i!-
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Ail *.hj news or the week In concise,
detailed   lo.m     THK   TWICB   A
%  WEEK   EDI1 ON   IS   THE   BEST
I tw c.-.Awi-i-!<p.u'-.Ri'i'ni.i:.ii.'.n
1  UN THE PA. 1FIO COAST.  IVr,iei'��r
���A
���**.
he
ptio.'
coper
Pest-lnkllignter.   j
��� ������i ah rosi:.Asra..s vvii: uu siBscaiPi..:.:
'Mil teics fttt. .    ,
,  turn en-
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���M    W*W ���jiWSft-Mfr^-4���
Local and General
��������>���������
��� ���� ����*4*+++4+-tr..*��.<
Jack Laughton was u viaitor to tli>
"payroll centre" Saturday,
Archdeacon I'ontreuth visited tin*
Lardeau last wees,
Thoro were 20 ladles and 19 mon tu
the dance ia Eagle tiall last uligbt.
W. Glenn has added a o��w cuttai
and pair of driving ponies to  his bust-
ness.
S. Daney has ����� nobby nt-m turnout
consisting ot uuttor aad silveir mounted
harness.
Born���At Trout Lako on Sunday 14th
U> Rev. S. J. Green aad Mis. Green a
aim.
The Pali Mall Gazette publishes a
severe attack upon the Yukon udwini.-
tration.
Frank Appicosto '-Kamloops" struck
tho "pay toll" centre Wednesday
night,
Mr. Burgess lind a line standard
br.*d trotting; liorsu brought from Net-
���ton lust week.
Ed. Hillman left Tuesday morning
For Allxwta where ho will spend! the
Suae holidays.
A. Blackburn who has charge of the
Mores at the Kettle L. returned Tales*
day from a visit to Kaslo oud Spulu-.no
llr. tiV.voomtw and & Sutherland
Visited CaniUorno Weduesday, driving
iiver iu Uaney's brand new cutter.
Mrs, L'umpcau, who has resided at
iho Windsor lor tlie post two mouths,
wsb a passenger on Thursday's   out-
2,,i">! ,t'***e' i Notl-*,.
P.O. Campbell, mining recorder and' Any, tm, .he. It lr..u.d a( the orost w���t.ru
.eiiuiy elorlt of the court til Trout I'lnei, Ltd.,or Silver Ci,|, Mine., must tut <���>*
- '. . .      ,    ., ., Bfltilea for payiiteni nt ihe above unmiianft't*
iske was a visitor lu rergutou halur-  oiticm by the umn for whom it 1. l.mioit.
j ! POSALttn. Kottnua, M��n��ior.
Lnr.ult, With a Paystreak.
Saddle horses for sale. We have all
ilnds and at all prices. We can suit
.nu.   Grain & Hillman, Beaton,
All lhe Intent, books, magazines and
lerludicals for holiday reiidim* in stool,
a the Canada DrU(l & Book Co.'s store.
teveletnke, B.C. Prompt attention t,,
nail orders. *
U (lays to use the telephone. A trip
������nn often he saved to Trout, Lake, Ben
'.on, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
��� he phone. Olfloe ln Cummins & Co.'s
store,
* Smokers: If you want the genu
ink . "Union" and "Our Special'
CIGAR see that -Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters nu every box.
���H. A. Brown, Kevelstoke, B. C.
* To get acquainted with this district
you should have a copy of the new and
only map. Send a one dollar bill to
the Eagle and secure oue at once.
D. J. Robertson & Co., of Nelson,
have just received a consignment of
the latest designs in children's sleds
and perambulators.   Prices right.
FOR SALE���A four roomed dwelling house and two lots on one of the
best corners in the residence part ol
Ferguson for sale on easy tonne.
Apply to Eagle oflice.
Motlce.
I giro notice that the pirtncrahln heretofore
eic-Miiie; liotwiien myself sad It. T. hory, under
tho Arm nemo of K. T. llury ii Co.. ii dissolved
hy mo,
Hoy. Hth, 1M2.
0. B. BATHO.
Notice
All account! ilue to the lute (Ifmof Cum
mill.--Co., Kewuun,fi. t.'., muM be paid el
oiKi) to Fred C, Elliott, Troul Lake city or t��.i
A i., Cummins, Kcn-uson, B.C., or to the
Ultd trsijftieit |>uri hascr.
THOMPSON E. L. TAYLOft.
No?. Utli, 1902 Kovelsloke.
Miss Williams was down from tho I .,#_&
Hett'.e  L.   mine  Saturday.      Mr   P,
Orllly was also down from thu mine
Saturday.
E. Wetmore of the Imperial Bank,
left town Wednesday to spend his
Christmas holidays with friends at
Nelson.
W. B. Pool and Frank Holten have
been in Rove.stoke the past week collecting sub.-criptious lor the Ferguson
Hospital.
.1. .1. Young, M L A., of Calgary,
was in town last week attending the
meetings nl tlie Ophir-Lade Co. Mr.
Y ting left for home on Saturday's
Stage.
A. C. Irwin is keeping hotel In
Kaslo. Ho writes the Eagle extend.
lui Xmas greetings and promises to oe
in Ferguson again next season.
A GKAND BALL AND SUPPER
will be<*lven in Eugle hall Xmas eve,
under the auspices of the Ferguson
Quadrille Club, Tickets $1.50. Every-
oue come and have a good time. W.
Glenn, president, Ruy Jameson, sec'y.
A dance was given in I'ls.le hall lut.tr
night and a reorganization of the club
tt ok place. It was decided to give a
dance every fortnight, Thursday
nUb.s, when a violinist will bo
present. Dances will be held ln Trout
Lake alternate Thursdays.
The Canadian Pacific Hallway will
Issue tickets to local points during thu
holidays at fare and ono fifth for the
round trip. Tickets good going Dec.
23rd, 24th. 2.1th, 30th, ,'llst and Jan. 1st,
good to return up to and Including
January 3rd, 1903.
Jae. Cummings, prnprletor of tbe
Klnt'i hotel, returned Saturday frum
a five week's visit to relatives of tho
late Mrs. Cummings, neur Owen
Sound, Out. He visited Nelson, Kaslo
and other West Kootenay towns on his
return trip and says ho thinks the
IPerguson Camp Is second to none io
B. C. Ferguson is comparatively
quiet but not so quiet as other towns
he visited,
0. B. N. Wilkie, D, L. S��� ot Trout
Lake, was la Ferguson Friday last and
paid a visit to tbe Eagle premises. Ha
ia busily engaged copying tbe field
notes of his summer's work and also
finishing various otber matters that
engaged his attention during tne past
season. Mr. Wilkie has his family at
tbe Lako and will reside tbere (or the
Winter.
,-*_rv* jrVX-rS. rtr ���-.'���_��-'.-
Do You Know
_ii__y.i. .?���*_���>���.
I
�� That  ti man itt more ;���*
5 manly wliwn h�� keeps ..'
V hi�� fai'i** uteunty Khnved ?>
jj( hid hair neatly Mini- y
^ metl ant) usf-n the \
�� baiih frequently &
k All  tin* it-qutro- p
*1 m-.-r.tn nf a Ana k\&m {j
5 harbor sun*., supplied k
I *������������ li
���g Roy Jameson ,
cjs-w*untrtts-HA 7$\ ���vm mrw *-s��-i->
A. YEND.
H. RUFF.
Kaslo
Brewing Co.
Manufacturers   nf   hleh   clam
Beor nnd Porter.   We make a
Specialty ot Bottled Porter.
Keg and Bottled
.Beer
It prime Muff.
Hall orders receive prompt attention.
KASLO,
YEND & RUFF,
Proprietors,
B. O.
e
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i.7. ,-.. *r*-^r.
4
l I PROFESSIONAL * i
X      cahus.       I s
j   . *S ii
-1 Strtt-vr.r.1   .    .    .    .' rt7JW*rft!fS f
5 O   ����� N. WILKIE. I
A   V_^�� P.   Li.   !*). t
Provincial *
Land *
Surveyor *
Ferguson an*! Trout Luke,     t
Surveys made anil Crown Grants [I
Obtained. i|
Office*.      ���       -      Trout Lake, [[
J   V-.7ILLUM A. BAUER, ?
v    ���
l DOMINION AND I'ROVIN- ff
I '   C1AL LAND SUHVBY0R8. *
��� I
m Burroys nt Mines, Mineral Cltilms attd 5
t*        Crown Land*.   Crown  (irants Ob* 1.
-i        talnert and  AaNCsaiuonts Managed !���
r*J       for Abheutces. Q
*"  Offices:   Camborne and Vancouver <V
jj  o     SHANNON, B. A. t?
I ASSAYEK and ANALYTICAL {
J CHBMIST. J
*1 H-" dquartern fnr lafurmiitl_i�� Rc-jardiaf   '-.
H Lardeau I'rnprrtlca.                    H
'������ W.ltifor laforaiatlon.                                  St
H Call aad aet Sample*.
3 OFKICE:
$
J	
VICTOU1A AVE..
ntKUUDON, B. C.
J|OBERT HODGE, C
BARRISTEU, ETC. (���
Solicitor for _
The Imperial Kank g
I'crqusun, 15, C. j.
OKl'ICE-ln tlie nplilr Uile Work. j.
11 akvey, McCarter* pinkham,
Barristers, Snllclters, etc.
Offlcen: RpvoUtoke, (lnlilon, nnil FerRit-
Bon. siiliiiitori, fur Imperial llHiik
of OivnmiH.
0(0,8.MoCsrter. J. A. Martey.
A. M. Plnktum.
'"   T.1RE1) t:. Bl.LIOTT, *
a        ��� $
�� iT
' Barrister,   Notnry Public etc. ���
* v
TROUT LAKK CITY B. C AND        ���*
���*, *,
.*, ji
!���   W    d0 V,l��MA18TRIf*J.M StlOTT jj
\      Barrister, Siiliclter, etc.     \
.. RKVELSTOKE, B. C. h
J J. H. SCOTT, A. U. L. I.. B. J
. W. de V. lo llai��lre, M. A. J
i t
|  FERGUSON   j
MEAT MARKET
Hiivintr purchased the
Ferguson Meat Market we
are prepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of
I*Vu��li and cur*->d meals. A
Bond supply of Beef, Pork,
Mutton, SausaitcH, Hums
and Bacon  always on hand.
P.
i
THE KINO'S HOTEL
Well lighted and heated by hot air
furnace.     Tables supplied with the*
best the market affords.
__��_:  Rates $1 Per Day  J*^
MRS.  A.  M. STOKES,   Ferguson,  B.   C.
m&saMnxt
F*WB
1 Seasonable
Qoods
For Men Women and Children .
the Home, the Camp ||]
and the mine.
a At the big
Retail Store
1
Call and Inspect our new stock
of Neckties.
LADIES! Neckties are always suitable for Xmas
Presents to Men.
I McKinnon c�� Sutherland
'im&mmmmmz��m��jmm\
REMEMBER THE LITTLE ONES       ^
And buy your XMAS CANDIES, %
I NUTS.ORANGES, P EARS and  APPLES ^
3^ at the P. 0. STORE
tjl      Some of the bif; people like  to be remembered  ttio.     Mos-t
'��� desirable (jilts may be selected  mm nur stock.
\ G. B. Batho * Co. I
^0!^^^^^M^^M^^Mi^^M^i
HBADQUARTER.M FOI! t'OMMKR-     $3
CIALANI) MINING MEN. g'.'5|l
PRIVATE DINIStl ROOMS TOR
LADIES.
~THEl
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON & SL1NGER, Props.
CATt OPES DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SANE MANAGE/VENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,   Opposite the Postoffice.
i Packing (ind Fer^so:Jacki!4
4 Freighting    Jairrer;0utflt' V
Contracts entered Into for padklngol Mlrtinp Suppllon,
etc., to any point In the dlstrli-t.
Ootid, prompt set-vice, nnd any work undertaken grtiarau-
teoil.   Frelii'titlnir from 'rhonison's Landing to Fert.'U-.on
a npenlally.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
0    O     tl/ff  Cf\l\]    High Class Mernhant Tailor.
I\.  J.    W J-L.��3*L/i\*j BEVBLSTOKB, B. O.
r
Any orders you may favor us with
If'ill receive prompt
attention.
#^^^^^^)^&*&*}&.&*34,l*
Perguson Hotel
McDONELL <f BUCK.
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B. C.
��^^^^^^y&'$?Ti*'*?'*e'*t'K

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