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Vol. IV, No SO.
Ferguson, B. C, JANUARY 22, 1904,
$2 a Year
Question of Franchise For Women
Was Under Discussion, But
Lost on Division.
The House Down to Business Again,
the Reoess Seems to Have
Lent Enthusiasm.
The provincial legislature is again in
session, the holidays being over, and
tbe members seem to have more attachment and enthusiasm for their duties
than Immediately preceding tbe rscess.
Tbe elections act took up a great deal
of the time last week, many amendments being proposed and some
voted down, notably tbe proposal to extend thc franchlso to women. A suggestion wus also made by the Socialist
members to reduce the required amount
of deposit from $250 to��$150 to enable
one to become a candidate at an election for the legislature.
The leader of the opposition questioned its advisability, as he regards
tbe present deposit ns not standing in
ibe way of a candidate of substance,
while preventing irresponsibles from
entering tlio field, and thus putting tbe
state to needless expense, and perhaps
defeating a worthy man by senselessly
cutting up ths field.
Mr, Wilson was also disposed to question the propriety of the change, although he intimated tbat he had small
preference ln tho matter.
The favorite proposal of Paterson was
advanced, namely, that the oath to be
administered to a voter should Include
a statement that he bas paid his revenue tax. He held that this would greatly swell the provincial revenue.
The attorney ��� generul, however,
thought that it interfered with the
principle ol universal suffrage, and re
fused to accept it.
Mr. Drury's proposal to render it
compulsory for deputy returning officers to mako a scheduled return of
votes cast at their polling booths was
carried.
Tbe bill also excludes from the right
of franchise those of pure Indian blood
or of Indian extraction living within
thn confines of a reserve.
Of spocial interest to Victorians, because of tho principle involved, and of
general Interest to tbe people of the
provinco whu nre financially Interested
in all publio works, was ,the debate
arising out of MoNlven's motion for a
return giving tho report of the arbitrators and all corporations in connection
with the contract at Government houie.
It appears that said reports reflect seriously on architect Rattenbury, and tbe
chief commissioner declined to disclose
that portion of the report, as he held
that the architect had no chance to defend, himself, while at the; same time
promising an investigation. It transpired during .tlio debate that the report
' of the arbitrators was unanimous, .Jhe.
board consisted of Thomas HooBer^of
Victoria, appointed by the government;
A. Maxwell Mulr, appointed by the contractor ; and Mr. Dalton, of Vancouver,
selected by the two named. '
Finally, Mr. MoNivea withdrew his
motion on receiving the assuranee that
an Investigation would be held by the
government on tbo cQnstitutipn.ot* commission,, the date of their slttingto be
disclosed in a few days.
Civic Elections.
In the Principal Cities of the Province,
The municipal elections at Revelstoke
passed off on the 14th instant, with
little interest being displayed. For
mayor, their were two candidates,
Messrs. H. A. Brown and Horace Manning the former being successful.
There were several contestants tor al.
dermanic honors, and a large vote was
polled, with the result as given below:
For mayor, H, A. Brown, by a majority of 125.
For aldermen, Geo. S. McCarter, F.
B. Lewis, John McLeod, W, A. Foete,
U. M. Field and John Abrahamson.
School Trustees, Henry Floyd and J.
W. Bennett.
Rossland.
Tbere was a keen fight in Rossland
over the municipal elections. There
were tbree candidates for mayor, Clute,
I.ulme and Dean, tbe former being
elected by a large majority. The two
factions ln Rossland are rather bitter,
and year by year, one, then the. other,
party Is successful. Following is tbe
city's new board: Mayor, JohnS. Clute;
Aldermen, Messrs. McDonald, Petch,
Lock-hart, Stout, Martin and Rolt.
Nelson.
The elections for Nelson came of! as
they did In the other cities of the pro*
vince, on the 14th inst. Tbere were
two candidates for tbe chief magistracy,
Messrs. Hamilton and Irving, (be former winning by a majority of 99. For
aldermen, the following were 'elected;
Messrs. Bird, Clements, Selbus, Smith,
Gllker and Kirkpatrick,-' and for sohool
trustees, Messrs. Arthur, Svvannell and
Ritchie.
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A Strange Presentiment Caused the
Finding of the Beatrioe Mine.
Written By P. W.F.G.
A Fine Property that is Lacking only the Advent of Cheaper
Transportation.
Other dittos.
Following was the result of the elections for mayor in other cities: Kaslo,
W. E. Hoddor, by acclamation; Greenwood, George R. Naaen; Vancouver,
McGuigan: Sandon, Grlmmett; Victoiia, G. H. Barnard.
From Spokane Into B. 0.
Tile Canadian Pacific Railway To Kilter
WaiblUKton State.
The Spokesman-Review is responsible
for tbe following article, which looks
as lf tbe C.P.R. would soon be running
their trains direct to Spokane:���From
Portland comes semi-official confirmation of the report thut,-the Canadian
Pacific has definitely .decidod to build
into Spokane. Undoubtedly this great
Company Is directly back ofthe Turner-
Corbin enterprise. It has had a large
corps of surveyors ln the field between
Spokane and Its lines in British Columbia, and thero is every reason to believe tbat they have found a satisfactory route.
If these plans are carried out, Spokane will soon have direct connection
with the largest individual system on
the American continent, Of its own
lines, leased lines, and roads under construction, the Canadian Pncillo bas an
aggregate mileage of 864(1. It has stupendous resources. It was Incorporated in 1881 with a princely gift from the
Canadian government of 125,000,000 ln
casta, 25,000,000 acres of land, and 713
miles of completed road. About 18,000.
000 acres of land grant remains unsold.
It is selling these lands at the rate of
about 1,500,000 acres per year, and is
receiving therefrom about f3 per acre,
While the construction of this road
into Spokane might not be followed by
sweeping reductions in freight rates,
the ultimate effect would be to giv.e
Spojcane lower rates; " It would also
bulla up the country alonajuido tbe now
line, and afford better .connections between Spokane and Canada. Developments ln this -important nndortaking
will be awaited with; the keenest
Interest.
The tossing of a dime, followed hy a
presentiment, lead to the discovery ol
one of tho richest mines in the Lardeau, The story of how Frank F Fulmer found the Beatrice is one ol the
most remarkable in the history ot the
district. In May, 1897, Fulmer was in
the hotel business at Kaslo. Somo
time previous, be and his partner, Mrs
Mary Anderson, had grubstaked a pros*
peotor, by the unique cognomen o(
" Fatty the Pig," to go to the Lardeau,
Not bearing from him for several weeks,
Fulmer thought he would hubt the man
���up, and located' hln at Trout Lake
'oity, where he was on the point of sell
iiog some locations by which't'he three
would have been largely remunerated,
but like many nhother deal, It fell
���through.
: The brief impressions gained ol the
district were possibly responsible for a
large sized " hunch " Fulmer took to
make a trip hltiifeelf. He knew little of
tbe formation of the country, and, to
settle the' question iu wblch direction
he should go, tossed a dime three times
in the air. Heads was to go north
tails south; For three successive times
heads came up, anjl so be journeyed in
a northerly direotlon from Trout Lake
city. Six days of hazardous work
climbing the hills with a pack, brought
him to near the head waters of Mohawk
oreek- It was a sultry June evening.
Seven thoksands of feet up the mountain side, away above timber, the air
was hot and oppressive, Shortly the
clouds gathered and seemed to sink to
earth, surrounding everything In a
misty veil. Thon suddenly the thunder crashed, echoing and vibrating
through the mountains. Lightning
flashed, until the heavens were literally
ablaze. For hours Fulmer lay stretched
flat to the earth covered in his blankets, for the sight, he says, dimmed
the eyes, and the atmosphere so heavily
charged with the electric fluid simply
stank of sulphur. Elsewhere in the
nearby valleys other prospectors viewed
this battle of the elements 8,000 feet up
in tbeairwltb wonderment,little dream.
ing that ln tho centre of this fearful
storm area was ono of their kin.
Next morning Fullmer was to experi.
ence another sensation. The .storm
bad spent itself. Old Sol gradually
arose and warmed tlio earth, and tho
hillside was wrapped in a filmy veil
caused by the sun drying up the moisture. Looking up toward the summit
tho prospector was confronted with a
mirage, Rubbing his eyes to bo sure
be wus awake, the scene did not pass
from bis view. In the distance but
some few hundred feot he saw a big
mine In full operation, with tunnbls,
o.ie dumps and buildings. The vision
did not fade. Then, following a strange
presentiment that after all it night bo
so, be climbed up the mountain in the
direction of the mirage, fascinated with
the sight. Just as he was about to
reach one of the buildings, as he
thought, .he mirage suddenly passed,
from view, and Fulmer found himralf
standing oh five feet of solid galena ore,'
embedded in carbonates, Stranger
than fiction, a presentiment of a mino
had actually been the cause of leading
him on to this rich vein, .He* staked
the showing and two other claims as
the Beatrice group. His "hunch" had
panned ont.
The Beatrice group is owned by the
.Beatrice Mines, Limited, with head
offices- at RevolBtoke. Sumo 830,000
have been spent in the mine, and 300
tons of exceptionally high grade silver-
lead-gold ore have been shipped to the
Trail smelter. The shipments gave a
net average return of $103.40, after paying for rawhiding from the summit to
Thompson's lauding, and $18 for freight
to Trail and treatment.
A deal is now pending for tho sale of
48 per cent of the stock of the company,
which is capitalized at$500,000 in 1,000*
;000 shares at 60 cents per share. Tbe
'sale is made on a basis of tbe par value
lot the stock. With this available find,
,the company purposes to develop the
mine oh a'large scale, build a tramway
|and Etiatnp mill,
' The property is situated on a branch
of tne Selkirk mountains, and lies near
tbe summit, dividing the north fork' of
the Lardeau river and Pool creek, a
tributary to Fish river. The claims
'are located at the extreme head of1 Mohawk creek. To reach the group from
Camborne, one takes a rawhide trail of
-five miles.
��� Briefly described, the formation in
which the claims lay is an area of highly stratified sedimentary rock that comprises a great thickness of slates and
jichists with their bads of guartzlte and
limestone, standing nearly vertical.
In the slates two known veins exist on
tbe property, and a network of smaller
veins is found in the schists.
Ou what is known as tbe number one
vein, the original discovery, considerable development work has been done,
the formation being slate. Where
stripped, the ledge measures from six
to twelve feet in width on the surface,
including both eloan ore and carbonates. A shaft was sunk 95 feet on the
showing, and at a depth of 45 feet the
first level was opened. Between hero
and the surface, stopes have been started and a considerable quantity'of ore
shipped. At tho 95 foot level a crosscut tunnel bas been connected with the
shaft, and the ore was drifted on for
105 feet, running from 18 inches to four
and five feet of clean ore. From tbis
level to the surface it is estimated that
3,000 ton? of ore are blocked out.
At a vertical depth of 345 feet what
will eventually be the math working
tunnel has been driven a distance of
555 feet toward the voin, which it is estimated will be struck within 250 feet.
Meanwhile an intermediate crosscut
has been run with a view to tapping
what is known as tho No. 2 or quartz
vein, as also the galena vein. This
crosscut is in 300 feet, and is fast ap
proacMng tho gold-quartz vein whicli
is expected to be encountered within
50 feet. A blind ledge of quartz fully
20 feet in width was cut through, assaying from $'��� to $25 In gold. Devel
opinent is now being prosecuted in the
continuation of this tunnol. On tho
surface, the No.2 vein, assayed In SOlbs,
sample lots, gave return srunning from
$14.50 to $72 in gold. Mr. George Attwood, the noted English mining engineer who sampled tbe property, stated
that the ore was absolutely free milling,
and strongly advised that this vein be
opened up.
The mine equipment for the housing
and comfort of the company's employees Is substantial, few mines in tbo district surpassing It. Now that funds
wllf shortly be available lo carry for*
ward the development on a large scale,
thero is every reason to believe that in
the near future another rich producing
property will be added to the growing
list of the Lardeau's shippers.
II ROSS.
Are The   Candidates   Chosen   By
Convention To Contest Kootenay
And Yale-Cariboo Ridings.
The   Old   Constituency   Of  Yale-
i    CaribooVKootenay Has Been
Divided.
Pay The Printer.
Nn man should start tbe new year
owing for his newspaper. If you owe
for it you should pay It. There are two
good reasons for such actions. It will
give yod the satisfaction of doing your
duty, and it will give the newspaper
man the satisfaction of receiving that
which ��� belongs to him,���Cranbrook
Herald'.
W. A. Galliher waB unanimously selected as the standard bearer of she lib
eral party for the now constituency of
Kootenay in tho Dominion house at the
approaching general elections, by one
of thombst representative, enthusiastic
und businesslike political conventions
.that ever foregathered in this province
pr out of it, says the Nelson News.
The ovation which greeted the choice
of the convention when lie entered tho
hall after a decision had been arrived
at could not fall to have Impressed Mr.
Galliher' of the affectionate regard in
which he is held throughout the riding,
coming, a-* it did fromjrepresentatives
sent to the convention from widely
scattered points all over Kootenay.
; The enthusiasm and unanimity displayed gsve oloqueut testimony as to
'what may be expected of the liberal
party in Kootenay on next-election day
iwheu Mr, Galliher's triumphant return
may be confidently counted-,upon.
I The convention was callsd to order in
Fraternity hall, Nelson, at 2 o'clock on
the 12th instant, when between 50 and
00 delegates wero in attendance. In thc
absence of S. S. Taylor K.C., who is
away at tho coast on legal business, Or.
E.C.Arthur took the chair. On motion,
John Keen, of Kaslo, was elected chairman, and John A. Turner secretary of
the convention, and most capable and
efficient officials they made, the chairman keeping the convention well in
hand from start to finish.
A credential committee was appointed, consisting of Willlaa'Oliyer, Cranbrook; R. A. Kimpton, Columbia; Fred
Stork, Fernie; A. W. Goodenough,.
Kaslo; W. W. Beer, Nelson; J. M,
Kellie, Revelstoke; R. Wi Grlgor,Rossland ; D. L. MoVannel, Slocan, and
Alfred Parr, Ymir. ���    -    .
Yale-Oarlboo.       '���'
At the Liberal convention held on
the 13th inst. at Kamloops, to nominate
a candidato for the constituency of
Yule-Cariboo, Duncan Ross, editor of
the Boundary Creek Times, Greenwood,
was the successful candidato.
There wero four nominations, Hewitt
Bostock, of Duuks; John D. Swanson,
of Kamloops; Denis Murphy, of Ash-
croft ; and Duncan Hoss, of Greenwood.
Mr. linstock declined thc nomination,
although the convention proferred its'
unanimous endorsement.
On tho lirst ballot ofthe three nominees who stood for olectlon, Murphy
polled li" votos, Ross 58, and Swanson
29. Mr. Swanson's name was dropped
and a fresh ballot taken, resulting in
Ross rocoiving 80 votos and Murphy 75
!j On tho motion of Mr. Murphy, seconded by Mr. Swanson, thc nomination
of Mr. Ross was made unanimous,
��� A permanent organization was formed, to be known as the Yale-Cariboo
Electoral District Association, with officers as follows:
Presidont, S. C. Smith, Vernon; secretary, 6. E. Lefroy, of Vernon; executive committee, J. Hopwood, of Car-
iiboo i'C, B. tieans, of Lillooet; D. Mur.
phy, ot Yale; W. J. Snodgrass, of
Simllkameen; M. S. Wade, of Kam.
loops; T. W. Fletcher, of Okanagan;
W. H. P. Clement, of Grand Forks, and'
R, D. Kerr, of Greenwood. Lardeau Eagle
1'    Lish.*il   every Friday at Ferguson, B. 0
by
E. G. WOODWARD,
to whom nit corroapoudouce should be mulled.
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tniriy dayh,?5. No uds. aoeoptod at less than
these rates, No room torquaokuda.
Four weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 11)04.
LOCAL MINING DEALS.
There arc no less than three mining* deals pending which will involve a large sum of money, a good
part oi which will be paid clown.
One of these deals is on a Ferguson
properly, another, a Trout Lake
property, an.l the third at Poplar
creek.
Sho"ld these deals go through,
which undoubtedly at least two of
them will, it would be a splendid
tiling for this section ofthe country,
for there are not enough steadily
working mines in the Lardeau, and
the way tilings are now, those who
buy or bond claims usually do so
with the intention of making thein
repay the purchase price as soon as
possible. A few more mines near
Ferguson like the "Cup" or
"Nettie" would make the town
V��ry good even in the winter, and
undoubtedly many more exist, and
fully as near.
At present, there is a fair amount
of development being done about
Ferguson. There Is probably more
than has been known for lour years,
and as far as we have been able to
learn, the work is giving good results. Particularly this may be said
of the Union* Jack, owned by
Thompson, Kirkpatrick and Carter, three miles above Ferguson.
Cy. this property, work lias been
carried forward all winter, and the
lead is getting more promising
every week. A fine lead lias been
encountered, and rich ore is beginning to ccme in, and the owners
feel confident that lots of fine ore
will be found before spring, and the
mine will prove a big one.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
The Eagle is indebted to the secretary of the bureau for provincial
information, R. ii. (iosnell, Victoria, for a neatly bound copy of the
year book of British Columbia.
The book is full of tiseltil and authentic information, und it might
profitably he In lhe possession of
every man who takes un interest in
the welfare of the province. Copies
may be purchased at one dollar
each, With the year book came,
as usual, a bulletin relating to the
game of B.C., and having a list of
thc birds and mammals to be found
inthe country.
than was anticipated, and the Lardeau in general will profit largely
on this account ; at least, it will the
sooner reap the advantages that are
coming.
A directors' meeting of the Ophir-
Lade Mining Syndicate, Limited,
was held at Camborne on the 16th
instant, for the purpose oi discussing
the sale ol the company's properly
to Ihe Great Northern Mines, Limited. There was a large attendance
of directors and interested shareholders, and there was not a dissenting voice against the proposals that
brought the members together.
Japan and Russia have not yet
come to blows, but the countries are
still scrapping on paper. it is
hoped their bone of contention may
soon be effectually disposed of,
either by diplomacy or open warfare. There has been bad blood between the two nations for years,
and it is about time the dispute was
wiped out.
The question as to bringing on
the general elections at once or to
wait until after another session is
held, is keeping Laurier and his colleagues at their wits' end. Whatever it may be, the present opposition will be found pret'y well
prepared whenever the elections
may be held.
Time Table.
S. S. ARCHER OR S.S. LARDEAU.
The weather this winter has been
very fine for installing machinery
and other outside and insie'e works,
of which there has been an unusual
lot on the tapis. In consequence of
the seasonable weather, work is
being pushed  ahead much  faster,
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix. commencin<_* October 14th, 1908, will sail as follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice- daily���10k and 5k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twine daily��� 7:15k and
12;45k. Making close connections
with all C. P. K. Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve tho right to
change times of sailings without
notice.
The Fred Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd
MU. HARPER, ono of tho I. C. S.
Representatives for this district, will
be in Ferguson in a few days. Anybody wishing an interview re any of
tlie following courses, will find hirajat
lho Forguson Hotel:
Mechanical Engineer.
Machino Designer.
Meiiiunicni Draftsman.
Foreman Machinist.
Foreman Tool maker,
Foreman Patternmaker,
Forcmnn Blacksmith,
Foriiiuau Mulder.
(.��hh Engineer,
Kefrifferatlou Engineer.
Traction Engineer,
Kluutrical Engineer,
���Electric Machine Designer.
Klectrlotan,
KlfiRtrlc-Mglitlng Hii.n.
Electric*Halloa**/ Bum,
Telephone Engineer,
���Telegraph Enginoor.
wlroraan.
Dynamo Tender.
Motorman,
Steam Engineer.
Engine Huunor.
Marine Engineer,
civil Engineer.
Hydraulic Engineer.
Mmili.lnal Engineer,
llrldgti Engineer.
liiiilr-itn! I.nglnccr.
Surveyor.
Mining Engineer.
Mine surveyor,
Mine Foreman<
Cotton-Mill Bunt,
Woollen-Mil! Siipt.
Textile Designer.
Architect.
Contractor and Huiidor.
Aniliitci'.tnral ItrnftHimii.
Sign I'alnter.
���Show-Card Writer.
chemist,
Sheet-Metal Draftsman.
Ornamental Designer,
Perspective Draftsman.
Navigator.
Bookkeeper,
Stenographer. '
Teacher.
Ad Writer.
Commercial Law.
LANGUAGES
Taught with Phonograph.
French.        German.        Spanish.
Start now on the road to success over
which 600,000 students have travelled
and are travelling. What-.it bas done
for others it will do for you.
S. H. KRUGER, Rep.,
Box 4iu, Nelson.
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-BUY LOTS IN-
Ferguson, the Pay-Roll Centre
of the Rich Lardeau.
FERGUSON
-IS THE-
Unitcd Battel's of North America
Tilt a IS THE
UNION LABEL of
tii; UnitL-d JIattera
of North America.
When you are burins ft FUR HAT,
either soft or stiff,
ui".) to it that the
genuine UNION
Label is sawed, in It.
If a retailer has
louse .labels in his
t'-nssosslon and of-
lers to put one In a
hat Tor you, do not
;iH.tM.ni-.c him. He
hns not ftnvngniTonn*,e lopso Libels. Loose
labels in retail stores are counterfeits, Do not
listen to any explanation ns to why the hat
has no label. The Genuine Union Label is
perforated on the four edges exactly the same
us a postage stamp. Counterfeits am sometimes perforated ou three of the cdares, nnd
sometimes only on two. Keep a sharp lookout
for tho counterfeits, Unprincipled manufacturers are using them in-order to get rid of
their scab-made hats. The John It Stetson
Co. of Philadelphia, Pa��� is non-untdn concern,
JOHN A. MOFFITT,President,
Orange, N.J.
JOHN PHILLIPS,Sooretart,
lt Wnvurly i'luco, Eoom 15, New Vork City.
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Drugs am Stationery
Prescriptions Carefully and
..Accurately Com pounded..
A.   F.  RANKINE
P. 0.BLOCK, FEKGUSON, B.C.
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High Class
FURNITURE
Our stoclc is new and very
complete and we sell on a
narrow margin. An order
would be appreciated.
We do anything in line ot
Picture Framing*.
JOHN E, WOOD,
Revemtoke, B. C.
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Wo make a specialty ot jj
'* BOOTS and SHOES
|  Anil recommend the
KING
Mako forladiesand children,
SLATER ;-j
Hoots for men.   Prices samo as
Winnipeg and Vancouver.
C. Ii. HI MR -N: CO.,
Uoncrul Moi'iilmntft, '*
TKOUT LAKE, B. 0
��*-rft iftt rf* -rfzjfc rfz. **fc_rtz_!.z_tfj. -rfz-rt?
Tonsorial
Parlors..
MAIN STREET,
FERGUSON, B. C.
Shaving.     Shampooing,
Hairdresaing,     Singeing.
Dyeing,     Baths, hot and
oold water.
I have the best appointed shop In tho C
Larflsnu.  Open (rom 8 a. in. to 8 p. in. !f
*M ff
ji    Schnell & Hooker,    *
LFerguson and Trout Lako.      &
HUB
:   OF THE,DISTRICT
SOUTH of Ferguson He the
phenominally rich
FREE MILLING GOLD
camps   of  Pop'ar   and
Rapid creeks, and
NORTH of Ferguson lies Fish
creek, where free mill-
gold ore abounds.
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
For Further Information* Apply to
HENRY FLOYD,
General Agent,
Revelstoke, B. C.
i<MpW��*>&>>*>6��*
Watch
Repairing
Is Our
Forte
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Watoh
Inspector
For The
C.P.R.
I Handle
Only The
Best Quality
Of Goods.
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Send Orders To'
J. Gruy Barber,
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
FOR
Jewelry, Silver
Ware, Watches &c
'Note the Address     -      REVELSTOKE, B.C.
JOB PRINTING
Is our business.    Wc have the facilities and ingenuity necessary to execute artistic work.
������ANYTHING IN OUR LINE TURNED OUT PROMPTLY
Legal,  Survey and Mineral Claim  Blanks always in stock.
The EAGLE,
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COMFAXIES ACT-1897.
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Cirtiflcate ur Incorporation.
I HEREBY CERTIFY, that "The Groat
Northern Mines, Limited." hua this day been
incorporated under the " Companies Aet, 1897,"
ns a Limited Company, with 11 capital of oue
million live hundred thousand dollars, divided
into one million five hundred thousand shares
of one dollar (fl) each.
The time of tho existence of tbo Company is
lifty years.
Given under my hand and senl of ofllco at Victoria, Provinco of British Columbia, tliis 7th
day of November, one thousand nine hundred
and three.
[US.] 8, Y. WOOtTON,
Registrar of .lolnt StOOK Companies.
The following are thc objects for whicli thu
Company has been incorporated :���
1. To purchase the property of "Tho Ophir
Lado Mining Syndicate- Limited ;" and to pur*
ufiue the following minoral clalipBt viz., tho
������strathcona." "Triune Fraction, ���'Luoky
Jack,"" Lucky Three," "Little Phil," "Lucky
Jack Fraction," "Goldsmith," and-Gold 11111,''
all situated in thcTiout Lake Mining Division
of West Kootenay District; and also to pur-
chase, lease, bond, locate or otherwise acquire
any mineral claims, mineral lands, mines, properties and any real estate in tho Proviuee of
Hritish Columbia or elsewhere, and to pay for
the samo either in money or in fully paid-up
shares of the Company, or partly In money ana
partly in sucli shares, aud to sell, lease or otherwise dispose of the same or any of them or any
Interest therein :
2. To dig for, raise, crush, wash, smelt, assay,
analyse, reduce, amalgamate and otherwise
treat gold, silver, copper, lead ores or deposits
and other minerals and metallic substances
and compounds of all kinds, whether belonging to tlie Company or not, and to render the
same merchantable, and to buy, sell aud deal
iu thc same, or any of them :
:(. To carry on thc business of a mining,
smelting, rafUlng and refining company In alt
or any of its branches :
���1. 'lo aCqulre by purchase, leaso, hire, exchange or otherwise such timber lands or leases,
timber claims, licenses tocut timber, surface
rights and rights of way, water rights and privileges, mills, factories, furnaces for smelting
and treating ores and retinitis metals, buildings, machinery, plant, or otherwise real or
personal property as maybe necessary for or
conducive to the proper carrying out of any of
the objects of thc Company:
5 To construct, maintain, alter, make, work
and operate on the property of the Company,
any canals, trails, roads, ways, tramways, brid-
ges and reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and other
ways, watercourses,acqu-Sduota, wells, wharves,
piers, furnaces, naw-mills. crushing works,
smelting works, concentrating works, hydraulic works, electric works nnd appliances, warehouses, buildings; machinery, plant, storcs.aud
other works and conveniences which may seem
conducive to auy of the objects ofthe Company, and with the consent of tliu shareholders
in genenil meeting, toenntributo to,subsidise,
orotncrwlse aid or take part in any such operations, though constructed ami maintained by
any other company or persons outside of tho
property of the Company, and to buy, sell,
manufacture and deal lu all kinds of goods,
stores, implements, [provisions, chattels and
effects required by the Company or its workmen and servants :
il. To take, acquire, own and hold as the consideration for ores, metals or minerals sold or
otherwise disposed of, or for goods supplied or
for work done by contract or otherwise, shares,
debentures, bonds or other securities of or in
any other company, the objects of whieh are
similar to those of this Connuiuy.and to sell or
otherwise dispose of thc same :
7. To enter into any arrangement for sharing
profits, union of interests, or co-operation with
uiy other person or company, carrying on, or
about to carry on, anv business or transaction
similar to that which this Company is authorised to carry on :
U. To purchase or otherwise acquire ond undertake all or any of tho assets, business, property, privileges,contracts, rights, obligations
and ^labilities of any person or company carrying on any part of thc business which a company Bpeclally limited under said section is
authorised to carry ou, or possessed of property
suitable for thc purposes thereof:
0. To borrow or raise money for the purpose
of tho Company, but .so that the amount so borrowed or raised shall not, without the sanction
of a general meeting of tho Company, exceed
one-quarter of tiie amount of tho paid-up capital for the time being, and for tiie purpose of
tociirlng such money and Interest, or for any
otljcr purpose, to mortgage or charge the undertaking or all or any part of the property of the
Company, present or after acquired, and to
create, issue, make, draw, accept and negotiate
perpetual or redeemable debentures or do-
bentnre stock', -promissory notes, hills of exchange, bills of hiding, warrants, obligations
and other negotiable aud transferable instruments :
10. To distribute any of the property of thc
Company among tho members in specie :
11. To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, lease, mortgage dispose of, turn to account, or otherwise deal with thc undertaking,
pr tl)o whole or any part of tho property and
��lgl*tsf,f the Cum pany, \\\t\\ power to accept as
thc eiMtsi'der-ilion ..uy vhurcx, stocks, or obligations of any company tho objects of whi-eh are
restrleted as aforesaid or otherwise :
12. To dual) such other things as aro incidental or conducive to the attainment ol the foregoing objects,
Dec. JtS.
Smith * Co.
45 Bleary St,
-�� Montreal
Will bo represented in
Ferguson threo or four
days each mouth. Any
orders for clothing will
receive close attention
and we
GUARANTEE   A   FIT.
1
f
Our representative
S. A. Scott ia a
practical tailor and
will mako clothes
fit. Hold your
orders for bim.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ,   .   *.
ARROW LAOS, B.C.
Situated; midst scenery unrivalled for
grandeur. The most complete health
resort on the continent of North America.
Its baths euro all Nervous and Muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
Kidney, Liver and Stomach ailments.
They are a never failing remedy for
all metallic poisons, completely purifying thc system,
TERMS-!118 to $13 per week, according to residence lu Hotel or Villas.
POULTRY
OF ALL  KINDS
A Fresh Stock To Choose From,
Fresh and mired meats of tlu
finest quality. Wo havo Finnan
Haddlos, Lard, Bacon und
.una,)   4
Hum.   t
i  p.
I  FERGUSON MEAT
!��� MARKET  ?
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AUMINISTKATOJt'S  NOTICE.
In the mutter of Allan Calder, decunaed,
Froo Miner.
NOTICE Is hereby given ; all persons having
claims against ALLAN tJALDKR, late of Ferguson, 11.i\, Free Miner, deceased, are requested to send the same, duly verified..to tint un*
dersk-ncd on or before the 1st duy of December
A.D..190U ; and all persons indebted to thc said
deceased are roquested to remit tliu amount of
said indebtedness to the .ui-_.uriif_i.cil forthwith
Dated at Revelttoke this 80th day of October,
A.D. 1003.
FRED PHASER,
tiold Commissioner,
UcveUtokc, B.C.
Certificate uf Improvements.
NOTICE.
Qold If Ul and Goldsmith Minoral Claims, situate In thc Trout Lake Mining Division of West
��ontunay District.
\\bt:' ������-    ���-������
..Ijwfl lociftod-on I'oplaf Cpeok about one
mile from the railway.,
Take Notice that I Robert Hodgo. acting as
agent for W, B. Pool, Freo Miner's Certificate
No. 11. 71717, Intend, sixty days from thc date
hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder for
Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose
. of obtaining Crown (irants of tho ahove claims.
And further tako notico that action, undor
section 87, must bo commoncod before tho issuance of fundi Certificates of improvements.
���Dated tlilioth day of January, A.D. 1004.
Public notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Intond lo apply under the provisions of
tho "Tramway Company Incorporated Act"
and Emended acts, (or the incorporation of a
company with power io build, equip nnd operate a tramway and to construct nnd equip
and operate telephone or telegraph lines lu
uonuoctlon therewith, between a point on
Tioutlakp, at or near tho townslto of Trout
Lako and a point on Lardeau river, West
Kootonay, at Or near Fflrgpson, B, 0., with
branch lines from, at or near, Ferguson, B��� C,
to Circle City on the North Fork of Lardeau
river, and to Ten Milo on tho South Fork of
Lardeau river.
Tho general route of said proposed tramway
���ind telephone or telegraph lines shall bo along
or near the banks uf Lardeau river and thc
North and Sonth forks thereof.
Dated this 16th dayof July, 1003.
A.JOHNSON,       j
J. A. DARRAUH, J Applicants.
fi.S.McCARTER,)
There is only one best inlntpg Journal.
��� That is
Mines and Minerals.
ILhas a larger circulation than any two other
American mining Journal, because lt ia the
bait, lt ia the largest, best Illustrated and
���jiindsomest mining Journal In the world. It
4 a mining paper lor mining men. Subscription price I2.0O per year. Send for free sample
copy. AddHSsMINESANDMINERAtS,Scran-
;oh. Fa.-, 0. S. A. Denver offices, llarth Bldg.,
P#ny��r',p.olorado.
Certillcate or Improvements.
NOTICE.
Goldsceker Fractional Mineral Claim, f itllnto
in thc Trout Luke .Minion Division ol West
Kootonay District.
Who relocated-On Silver Cup Hill.
Take Notice, that I, Uoo.s. MoOartor, Aooiit
for Alfroil O, Klrby, Free .Miner's Corlitirato
No. H. 1171125, intend, sixty ilnys Irom the ilatc
hereof, to apply lo the Mining Recorder for
a certificate of Improvements, for the purposo
of obtaining a Crown Grant of the at��nvt- i-luhn.
AM further take notice that action, under
section :)7, must bo commenced bofore the Issuance of such Certificate, of Improvements,
Dated this 12th dny of November; A.D. wo...
GEO. S. HoOARTJSB
Certificate of Improvement*. .
NOTICK.
Goodenough, Goodonougl* No. 1, Qoodcnough
No. '2.
Where looateil-at the head of the North
Fork of Lardeau Creek. Trout Lake MiniiiL. Division of West Kootenav District.
Take notice that I, Win. E. Dovoroil**, ratine
as sgont for .1. .1. Ro.ss, En.j., f. M, c, No. if,
HI'J'.l, Intend, sixty dnya Irom the date I eieof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder lor Certiorates
ot Improvements forthe purposo of obtaining
crown grants of the nlmve claims.
Aud further take notice that action, under
soi-tloii <i7, iini*,,t he communed hefore th * issti.
HlK-eof such Cprll Ilea Ies of Improvement...
Dated tl(ls 3Uth October, IM):'!
WM. li. DEVERKI'X,
I'.L.S.
THE  NEW AND  ONLY
MAP
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Including tlie Fish Creek camp
and Upper Dunoan Uiver seetion, compiled by A, P. Cummins,EL,8.,and s
Shannon. H.A., is now on sale at tliis
oflice, The ready sale of the man is
proving all we have said for it. The
Trout Lake division Is lithographed in
black, the Lardeau in rod.ana the Ainsworth in blue. Even ��tenderfoot could
take h copy of ihis man and find nny
claim recorded in the tinee divisions.
The mountains, hikes, creekn. wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
and the location and name {by aunlijue
index) of every mineral claim inthe
district Is shown.
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   In
Person This Map Takes First Place.
In fact every geographical
feature is so well defined thai one can
nee nt a glance the nature of our country
and tlio trend of tho claim locations
gives an Intelligible Idea of the mineral
belts running through tho earn!'. His
certainly
The   Best   Worth   For   One  Dollar
ever offered in the map line of a mining
camp, it Is Ihe first complete map of
the district and is selling well. It is fust
what vou are looking for. WE ALSO
HAVE A VKW MATS MOUNTED ON
LINKS* WITH A OOOD COVER, FOR
TRAVKLGERS OR PJtOSFEOTOR-3,
WHICH SELL AT $1.50. TII1SSK AUK
TDK HEST V.WX'K, AS THEY WILL
LAST FOR YEARS.
Address your order, with an
enclosure of a one dollar bill, tno
cheques, orders, etc.] to
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
Mining companios or others ordering
lots of 20 or more, maps will bo sup-
pliod ut 50 cents each.
Subscribe Now
And You Will Get The
To JAN. 1st, 1905,
== For
$2.75= F =$2.75
thlB Larde&U Eagle will give you the latest reliable information on Mining and Lumbering.
Tr- .-v.-*" ' ���
The Winnipeg Free Press is one of Western
Canada's greatest family newspapers.'
CASH HOUSE FURNISHERS
It ****��-����� ���*->-��-��-���-***���*-�����-��444-4-4-4.4 ��������������������
I WE CARRY CARPETS, t
| LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND j
��� CHINA MATTING. i
I      IRON BEDS a Specialty      \
t $5 and up. I
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Goods can be furnished to any part ot Lardeau on very sholi. notice
as the service is such that delivery can be made In one day from Nelson.
No Charge for packing  ������������.������..���������.���.������.������.����������.���..���-.-*..������
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Funeral Directors and
Embalmers.
IGraUuato ol Myer's College of Embalming]
Can attond caso at Ferguson at ten
hours notice it advised by wire.
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D. J. Robertson & O
NELSON, B. C.
PRIVATE DINING   iOOMS FOR
LADIES.
HEADQUARTERS FOIi     1MMER-
CIALAND MINING iIEN.
THE^l
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON & SLINGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE BOOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite the Postoffice.
Capital Authorized, 84.000,000 HEAD OFFICE:
Capital (paid up)    -    2,1)36,26')
Kest ...... 2,650,000 Toronto, Ontario- ���
Branches in tho Northwest Territories. Provinces  ot British Columbia,  Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.
T. B, MERBITT, President, D.!.. WILKIE, Vice-Pres. and (lu.  Mar..
E. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager. \V. MOFFAT, CMef Ii^ ictor.
Ferguson,   B.   C.   Br.inc!i~A   General   Banking   Business   Transacted.
Savings Dopartraont-Ueposits received and interest allowed.
DrattsSold iiv-iii'iiile In All parti of Cauada,
I'lilte'l Stf tea and Europe.
Special attention riven lo collection, anil
Mining ii-.:nis.
W.  MACDONALD
Manatt^r
Are You
A Union
Man
IVie
Union Cigar Factory
Manufactures only Union goods, and besides, tliey are the best on the market.
They nro mad got the best Havana tobacco,
and their eafcellouco is undisputed, lusist
on getting
"OUR SPECIAL" & "THK UNION"
H. A. BROWN     -     Proprietor
Union Cigar Factory! KEVELSTOKE, B.C.
M#HhM>IhMhMhMhM4MhMhMhMi-M[
| Lardeau
I
| Hotel
I
K    Laughton ��� Bros.
t^L Proprietors.
.lL{__.._-i
&
1
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We try to give satisfac-  ,_,
tion to our   guests.
ft
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1  LIVERY AND CARTAGE.   *
ALEX. CRAWFORD, propr. -*
Has Stables at Ferguson, Trout Lake and Beaton,
Where ho keeps light and heavy vehicles, singlo and
double drivers, saddle and pack horses for hire.
Also proprietor of tho stage route* running between
the above points, making three trips weekly.
=SATISFA<_TION GUARANTBBD-
^^^^^vw^^ww* Local and General.
Frank Barber visited Camborne on
Saturday.
Steve Sllng.r spent a few days in
town this week.
Bev. D. Jeannotte of Sandon visited
Forguson Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Daney took their cus.
tomary cutter drive to Trout Lake on
Sunday afternoon.
J. A. Wetmore, manager of the Imperial bnnk, Trout Lake, was a visitor
to Ferguson on Monday.
D. A. McPhail, who has beon at Nelson for the past three mohths, returned
to Forguson Monday night.
Captain Fitzsimmons, F. T. Abey
and J. C. Murray were visitors to Ferguson and Five Mile on Sunday.
A. J. McDonell, part owner of the
Ferguson hotel, spent a few days in
town at the beginning of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hodge,
and E. M. Morgan went to Ksslo on
Monday morning returningWednesday,
V. F. Lade, of the Oyster-Criterion
mine, who bas been ill for some time,
has been visiting Ferguson for a few
days.
B. N. Biblet of Nelson came into
town Monday night in connection with
'his company's tram construction near
Ferguson.
Geo. S. MeCarter, solicitor, of Bevel-
stoke, bas been appointed official ad*
ministrator for the north-western portion of the Kootenay.
Tbe most disastrous fire in tbe history
of tbe city occurred at Calgary, Alta.,
a week ago today, when damage was
done to the extent of $150,000.
J. J. Young, M.L.A., of Calgary,
came in as far as Camborne and attended the meeting of the Ophir Lade Syndicate. His purpose was'to come as far
as Ferguson, but he bad to return to
Calgary.
J. N. Dally has located In Trout
Lake and Ferguson, to engage in the
insurance and real estate business.
Mr. Dally represents both fire and life
companies, and will spend his time between the two townt.
Local! With ��� Pay.treat.
Old papers for sale, 25 conts per hundred, st Eagle office.
It pays to use the telephone. A trip
can often be saved to Trout Lake, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
the phone. Office In Cummins & Co.'s
store.
For Toys, Dolls, Booking Horses,
Dolls' Carriages and Handsleds, send
to tbe Canada Drug & Book Co., Revolstoko.   They have a large assortment.
D. J. Robertson and Co. of Nelson,
have one of tbe largest and best select-
stocks of furniture in the Koo,enay's.
Just sample their prices.
This year we havo some beautiful
Manicure & Toilet Sets, Well Bound
Books, Gold Mounted Fountain Pens,
and thousands of other excellent Xmas
Gifts at the Canada Drug&BookCo.,
|lRevelstoke, B.C.
... , ' 11,1   -,t
* Smokers : ��� If you wai)t the genuine "Union"; and "Our Special"
cigar see that "pnlon Cigar Factory"
is stamped In. gilt letters on every box,
���H. A. Brown, Revelstoke, B. C.
When you go to Bevelstoke, just go
to the Canada Drug & Book Co. for
Choice of Thousands of the prettiest of
Xmas Cards, aod also British Columbia
View Books, only 75c. each, showing
beautiful mountain scenery.
PBOPEBTY FOB SALE-LotNo.
10, in block 65, on Main street, next to
FerguBon hotel, and lots 6 and 7, in
block 1, also on Main street near post
office. These are very desirable lots
and can be purchased cheaply. Apply
to E. G. Woodward, Eagle office.
i��.......................
PROFESSIONAL
CARDS.
S. A. Sutherland, Wm. McDonald,
B. Hodge, W. B, Pool, E. M. Morgan,
and other shareholders in the Great
Northern Mines, Limited, went over to
Camborne to the semi-annual meeting
on Saturday last.
FOR SALE, or would lease to a de
-Irable party who could furnish good
{bonds, Tbe Criterion Hotel in Camborne. The hotel has the best location
in town, and is the largest house. The
bar bas the largest business in Camborne. Beason for desiring to discontinue business, must devote my attention to mining.
Apply to
JOHN ENNEST,
Camborne, B.C.
The B. O. Gazette,
His Honor the Lieutenant Governor
in Council has been pleased to make
the following appointments:
Ernest Waterman of Princeton, Es*
quire, to be a Justice of the Peace in
and for the province of British Col
umbia.
'Frederick A. Nlckells, of Salmi, Esquire, to be a Justice of the Peace In
and for tbe county of Kootenay.
Thomas Alexander Wilson, of Port
Essington, Esquire, M I)., to be a Med
ical Health Officer.
Alexander Lucas, of the city of Kaslo, Esquire, Mining Recorder, to be
Assessor and Collector for tbe Slocan
Assessment District, vice Mr. E. E.
Chipman, S.M.
Chas. H. Macaulay and Thomas Duke
of the city ot Vancouver, Esquires, to
be members of tho licensing board of
tbe city of Vancouver.-
DiBBolution of Partnership.
Tbe partnership heretofore existing
in the Balmoral hotel of Ferguson between Gordon and Slinger bas been dissolved by A. J. Gordon selling out to
Steve Slinger.
Mr. Slinger went to Revelstoke Tuesday, but will return wben be gets the
matter of s license arranged satisfactorily, and ho expects to remain ln Ferguson and run tbe house hlmsel f. Mr.
Gordon was glad of a chance to quit the
hotel business, be having engaged in lt
only to avoid a loss1 of money that he
had coming to him from'tbe bouse, so
he and Mr. Slinger purchased lt outright- Mr. Gordon has numerous mining Interests about Ferguson and near
Poplar, creek, which he was foreed to
partially neglect lost yesr. Io the future, he hopes to devote his whole time
to this business.
The Balmoral Is probably one of tbe
best hotel properties In town, having a
convenient situation and a large well.-
arranged building. We wish Mr.
Slinger Abundant
LADIES'
QUADRILLE
CLUB
OF FERGUSON, B.C.
Holds regular dances every 2nd and 4th Thursday
nf each month, in Alexander ball. Excellent music
and good floor management provided.
Tickets may be obtained
from any of the committee
as follows:
Mrs. A. C. CUMMINS
Miss K. EDWARDS
Miss C. THOMPSON
Saw c��
Planing
Mill..
Ferguson. B.C
'04-dera for Bough and Dressed
Lumber Filled Promptly. V
Square Timber Supplied  Wben
Ordered.
Leave Orders for Lumber and for
Installing Electrie Lights at
A. O. CUMMINS' STORE.
Frank LeBeau
Proprietor.
OB. N. WILKIE,
 ������ P    T.    u
P. L. S.
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Surveys made and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Office:      -      -      Trout Lake.
fj; EDWARDS
���
i
TAXIDERMIST,
Revelstoke,
B.C.
w
ILI.IAM A. BAUER,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SUBVEYOBS.
Surveys of Mines, Mineral Claims and
Crown Lends. Crown Grants Obtained end Assessments Managed
for Absentees.
Offices:  Camborne and Vancouver
WM. E. DEVEREUX,
P.   L.   S.,
CIVIL and
MINING
ENGINEER.
Oflice,     -     -     -     ���     Beaton, B.C
"ROBERT HODGE,
BARRISTER, ETC.
Solicitor for
The Imperial Bank
Perguson, B. C.
OFFICE-In the Ophir Lade block.
Tl ARVEY, MCCARTER A PINKHAM,
Barristers, Sollciters, etc.
Offices: Revelstoke, Golden, and FerguBon. solicitors for Imperial Bank
of Canada
(Ieo. 8. MoCarter. J. A, Harvey.
A.M. Pinkham.
���pRED C. ELLIOTT,
Barrister, Notary Public etc.
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
FERGUSON
ND ���
B.   C.   I
Tie B.C. ASSAY* CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. "d.
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
Headquarters for Ajuttyera, Milling
* Mill Supplies. Sole agenla in II.
C. for Morgan Crucible Co., Batters?*,
England | P. IV. Hrann it Co.'s Patent
Cary Furnaces, Burners,eta.; Wm. Alnsworth ib t.'o.'s Pine Balances, etc., etc.
January and February
Are Bargain Months
At Our Store.   Come And Be One Of
The Happy Buyers.
OUR WINTER STOCK
OF DRY GOODS
Is Well Chosen, And Our Clerks In This
Department Will Be Found Most Obliging.
Fresh Groceries Arriving Weekly.
McKinnon and Sutherland
Get Your Winter Ware
New Stock of Winter Underware
Rubber and German Socks
Full Line of Fresh Groceries
Always on band.   Call and see our
CROCKERY & GLASSWARES
Large Reductions to clear odd pieces for New Stoclc.
Quotations tor all Mining Supplies ou Application.
GK B. Batho & Co./
THB POST OFFICE STORE.
8_
THE  KING'S HOTEL
Well lighted and heated by hot
air furnace. Tables supplied
with the best the market affords.
Rates $1.50 Per Day
JAS.  CUMMINQS,
Prop.. Ferguson, ���__..   C.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up at the Queens.Good accommodation
..Best ot service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
Send Your
^Watches
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