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1WKTAI. QUOTATIONS.
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Lead flO, 17s, (id.
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CIRCULATED THAN ANV OTHER
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Vol- III, No-  35-
Ferguson,  B. C,   October 10th,  1902.
$2 a Year
ANTHRACITE
COAL   STRIKE
Strikers have Sympathy
of the People
Congress  is Likely
Take a Hand.
to
Walter   Gettman,    writing     from
Washington,    says: Should    the
Anthracite strike continue until con
>g!i'ess meets, two months hence, elTorts
-will bo made to secure legislation
against the railway trust which dominates tho hard coal field and absolutely refuses to make a concession or to
arbitrate. Thero is a great demand
for congressional action. It is ex*
pressed by trades union people, City
councils, ministers' meetings and by
the overwhelming force of public
opinion. So far no one has pointed
out the practical mothod by which
congress can get at tho subject, but
those who advocate congressional
action do not doubt that tho way can
bo found,
Senator Hanna is ono ot thoso who
believe that if tho strike continues a
couple of months longer congress
will take a hand In tho gnmo. During his recent visit to New York Senator Banna uttered some pretty sharp
words of warning in tho presence of
business men who ho kDow would
repeat what he said to the presidents
of tho coal railways.
"These peoplo do not know what
sort of a volcano they are living over,
said the Ohio senator,. "I can tell
them something they ought to know,
ninety percent of the American peoplo sympathise witb the strikers and
aro against the operators in this light.
If tho strikers need moro money than
organized labor can raise to carry on
the battle tho people at large aro willing to subscribe. I know of business
mon who aro willing to contribute
largo cheques rather than seo tho
mon starved into submission. They
believe lt would be a disgrace to
American manhood if Baer and his
associates wore able to win the victory
through the bruto forco of capital held
in stubborn hands.
'If this strike Is still ou when congress meets Baer and his friends will
hoar somothlng drop. Four-fifths of
all tlio mon elected to the house this
year will be pledged to take drastic
iction against the coal monopoly.
Thoro may bo somo difllculties In getting at tho question, but tho way will
bo found. Tho railway presidents who
stand out anil say they havo nothing to
arbitrate und no concessions to maku
aro doing moro harm to the llopubli-
pitrly and breeding moro discontent
ami sooialism than anything else tbat
was ovor known in this country.
HAIinsiIirs ALHEADY rELT.
In the cast public opinion is almost
as partial to tho striker's side o( tho
ease as Senator Hanna reports It In
his part of the middle wost. Although
the poople are actually suffering from
lack of coal with which to heat thoir
houses, they do not blame tho minors.
The weight of their criticism is visited
upon tho presidents ol tho railways,
whoso stubborn pride, whoso determination to crush John Mitchell and
tho union stands beforo overy consideration of public good, as well as the
interests ot the corporations which
thoy represent. The pressure for
resumption of mining is a pressure
which bears down upon the railway
managers mid not upon President
Mitchell end his organization.
This pressure is becoming something very fierce, and tho wonder is that
the railway presidents are able to
withstand it. Schools havo not been
able to keep opon and a tow havo
already been compelled to closo on
account of lit.lt- of foul.    Hospitals arc
in tho same trouble. Churches must
soon suffer, notwithstanding ''Divine
Right" Baer's presumptive willingness to see that they aro provided
for. Doctors are beginning to talk of
an Increased death rate; due to imperfectly heated ��� houses. Colds, croup,
pneumonia, catarrh, bronchial and
throat affections are already on the
increase All this bofore cold weather
has come at all. Men who understand
the situation fully marvel that the
railway presidents havo the nerve to
tako upon themselves such a terrible
responsibility. Thoir lot will not bo
an enviable one when the mercury
drops and women and children arc
forced to suffer.
CANADA'S GREAT
WHEAT FIELDS
Manitoba and the Territories are
Yet Young in point of
Production.
llofH.nl Entertainer*..
Mr., C. H. Thomas, managor of the
Boston Comedy Company has made
arrangements to have his pooplo appear at Miners' Union hall on Saturday, October llth.
Theso people como recommended in
the most glowing torras by individuals
as well as tho press and they givo a
refined humorous entertainment. They
have appeared lu many of the large
cities in tho states. Recently thoy
returned from an extensive tour of
the Hawaiian Islands, New Zealand
and Australia.
Wo will, no doubt, have an
opportunity of hearing a rare treat.
Admission one dollar.
Kniilw   Zola  Dent).
Tho great French novelist, l.iuilo
Zola, died at his house in Purls on'
Sept. .llth of aphyxlatlon. Ho and
Madame '/ohi bad retired at ten
o'clock tho night before and the heating stove in their bedroom had been
lighted ou account of a sudden spell of
cold weather. The stove burned badly and M. Zola was asphyxiated by
fumes from the fire. The pipes of the
stove are said to have been out of order.
To tho magistrate Mine. Zola explained
that she awoke early in the morning
with a splitting headache. She wakened her husband and asked him to open
a window. She saw him rise and attempt to move toward a window, but
ho staggered and foil to the floor unconscious. Mine. Zola fainted at tho
same moment, and therefore was unable to give the alarm, On the arrival of tho doctors the next morning
they were unable to restore M. Zola to
life, but after prolonged efforts Mme.
Zola was resuscitated.
While the big wheat crops of the
las two years havo drawn favorable
attention to Manitoba and the territories, it cannot be said that tho world
bas yet begun to appreciate the
illimitable possibilities of thc Canadian west. The millions ot the
United States and Europe huvc hardly
hoard of Canada's prairie wheat lands
and even we Canadians ourselves have
not grasped their extent and their
vast possibilities. According to the
report ofthe Minister of tho lnt6aior,
"tho total area ol Manitoba and the
Northwest Territories, including
Athabasca, is about iiS',000,000 acres,
ot which 71,000,000 acres havo been
disposed of as homesteads and by
transfer to colonization societies and
tbo railway companies, leaving a balance of about ,'113,000,000acres. After
deducting ,10,000,000 acres of land cov-
eren with water or otherwise unsuitcd
for agriculture, there still remain 200,-
000,000 aeros. Last year was possibly
the largest witli regard to Bales of
land and in homestead enterics, and
less than -2.000,000 acres waa disposed of. If the settlement continues
at this rate, it will be seen that ono
hundred years from now will not see
the Northwcst.country settled and all
lands .boing developed to their fullest
capacity." This extract is from tho
departmental report of 1000-1001, and
since that tbe land has been taken up
moro rapidly than at the rate of 2,000,-
000 acres per year. The Influx of settlers In 1001 and HI02 alono must have
absorbed many millions of acres, But,
taking into consideration thc abovo
figures, it is apparent that the American Consul at Winnipeg was not very
far wrong when he remarked that
three-quarters of the wheat growing
lands of North America lie north of
tho boundary line, aud that there fhe
bulk of tho futuno bread supply of
America, and of the Old World, too,
would bo raised.
but what Canadians? Does thc shouting mean that the interest of ull Canadians are to be considered, or, doos it
mean that the business interests of HI
percent of our peoplo shall be built up
and that tho rost of the people may go
hang?
It is well to remember what, we
suspect, is in some assemblages forgotten, that tho producers of natural products In Canada are Canadians just as
truly as those engaged in manufactur
ing. Ths consumer is a Canadian as
well as tho producer���and ho numbers'
10. That poiiey will best serve Canadians whicli docs the greatest good to
tho greatest number.���Toronto Daily
Star.        __
A Painful  Arciili'ill.
Oil Monday thero were cries of fire
hoard through tho stroets ot Ferguson
and men rushed towards the Great
Western offices, but on arrival thero
was found to be no lire beyond a gasoline explosion on tlie roof of that
Building. Mr. A. II. Holdich had
been repairing a leak in tho tin roof
and his gasoline contrivance for heat
ing the soldering iron leaked causing
the explosion. Mr. Holdich noticed
that ah explosion was imminent and
was trying to remedy the defect when
the gasoline caught fire. His hands
and face were burned rather badly, but
not seriously, and he considers that
the accident might have beon much
worse.
The WitterwttrkH,
The pipes for tho waterworks wero
landed in Trout Lako Wednesday
They will bo hauled up to Ferguson at
once and laid, There has been a long
delay In getting this piping and W. B
Pool has experienced considorablo
diffloulty ln procuring them at ull,
Tbo trouble lay with tho fact that
four inch pipo Is littlo used and several ot the largo dealers had nono in
stock or not enough to fill Mr. Pool's
order, Thoy woro eventually secured
through a Nelson firm.
Tho Lardoau-Duncan District is .a
new and rising part of the province.
The Canadian Pacific Hallway has
just completed a branch lino from Lardeau to Trout Lake City. It will bo
continued to Arrowhead. Into this
new field tho Ilev. H. A. Sollv has
been sent. He bas organized St.
Peter's mission, Trout Lake City, and
visits Ferguson, Camborno, Uoaton
and Comaplix. There arc rich mines
which have boon awaiting transportation. Mr. Solly bas to build his
churches and organize his district, and
will soon need a division of hia large
field which is ono hundred miles In
length.���The Far Wost.
NEW WESTMINSTER
PROVINCIAL FAIR
Thousands of Visitors in
Attendance.v
All
Previous   Record*
are Broken.
Church IH'.llcfitlon.
Tlie first church dedication in tho
Lardeau will take place at Trout Lako
on Sunday, October 12th, when tho
new church will be dedicated to the
service of Ood, On tho Monday evening following, a church concert and
dinner will be held. Thoro will be
present tlio Rev, ,1. F. Butts, of Grand
Forks, and Miss linpey, contralto sol-
ist of Itossliuul, and a good attendance
Is hoped for as well as an enjoyable
evening's cntortaini-icnt. There will
bo morning and evening service on
Sunday lhe I-lh and on Monday night
tho dinner and concert to which a
cordial invitation Is extended to evory
booy to be present.
It I�� expected ore shipments from
tho Rossland minos will reach 24,000
tons it month in the near future,
Cumuli. For Canadians.
Lot us all go in for a policy of Canada for Canadians,
Why not?
Who will opposo it? Not the Conservative, not the Liberal, not tho
tho Protectionist, not tho Free Trader,
Not tho Taritr-For-IJovenuo man.
Nobody need koop his seal when the
time coiuos to shout "Canada for tho
Canadians."   Wo all believe in it.
After wo have shouted ourselves
hoarse wc can of course, break up into
groups mid wrangle us to what wus
implied in tbe shouting.
Assume tlmt Canada Is for Canadians,
City Ownership.
Tho city of Rovelstoke this weok
enters on a now career as owner of its
own franchises and deriving the benefits therefrom. Tbe acquisition of the
water and light will provide the city
with au assured rovonuo which will
greatly assist-in effecting city Improvements. Tho oity is to be congratulated on having in oflice this year the
best mayor and council it ovor hud.
Splendid work has been dono for the
city in ihe acquisition of the water and
light plant and in civic improvements,
with still greater benefits in contemplation. That is tlio way to promote
tho true interest of the city. fjTho vote
on tho water and light bylaw was a
substantial endorsation by the citizens
ot tho policy and administration ot
mayor O'Brien and his aldermen, of
which they have every reason to be
proud.���Mail.
Certlllcate-i Granted.
In tho B. C, (iazotto ot Oct. 2nd is a
list of Students who passed the provincial normal .-chool examinations
und who have been granted cert ill
cates. Tho following is the names of
students and the grad.o of certificate
granted:
First class certifictae, valid for lifo-
.lesslo L. Campbell, Margaret A.
Paul.
Second class certificate valid for
life-Mrs, lv. Uertlaux. .1. Alfred
Blair, Margaret M. Burns, Muble
Cairns, Ethel .1, Carter, Edith M.
Dal by, Nellie T. Donaldson, Rosa Duncan, Alfred E. I.i'hardt, Florence N.
Klmslev, Annie T. Forrest, Katharine
N. Fraser, Donald A. Fraser, Elizabeth Harding, Mrs. .1. M. H. Harding,
Everard Huggard, Margaret A. lohn-
son, Kmllio (!. Kingston, Winnifred
Lawson, AnnieM.Nowsoin, M. A. Bor-
naco Pope, Olive Handle, Sara V.
Robinson, Agnos Ruckle, Mrs. Alico
G. Shine, Nettio C. Smith, Louis M.
Sylvester, Emily J. Taylor, Robert W.
Taylor, Julia A. Teaguo, Mary E. J,
Wholan, May Woodman.
Third class certificates, valid for
three years,���Annie Booth, Helen
Brethor, Elizabeth E. Urown, Ellen
M. Carson, Francis I. Dent, Mabel
Ruth Ford, Ada W. Griffiths, Mary
II. Holmes, Ada M. Howell, Sarah
Marsden, Laura E* .Marshall, Chrissie
J, McDonald, Florence Ena Nichollcs,
Harriet A. Northon, Elsie D, Paxton,
Lena S. Prlngle, Annie Rath, Ellen
R, Bold, Miilnolm 11. ,1. Held, Mrs.
Clara P, Stan-el.
As expected, all records for a single
days attendance at tiie great New
Westminster fair wus broken on Friday, and by far the largest eoncours,
of people that ever witnessed a lacros--
game iu British Columbia was gathered around tho oval at tbe exhibition
grounds in Queen's park yesterday
afternoon. Twelve thousand, six.hundred nnd (ourty-two persons were admitted to the grounds and tho cash
receipts for tho day amounted to
$5,172,75. Theso latter figures also,
establish a new record (or a slngli
day's receipts. The largest previous
gate both in numbers aud financially
In the history of the provincial (air
was on Thursday of fair week las:
year when 10,000 persons were on tbo
grounds and the receipts were appro.*:
iuiatoly $2,250. It will be scon thai
tlio gate yesterday was more than
double these figures from a financial
stand point. Tho great difference ln
the cash is largely duo to the increased
charge of 50 cents at the gate.
Although tho managers of tho fa:r
havo always been able to make cn*!-
meet, thoy have never had any Bur-
plus to speak of, but this year they
havo hopes of starting a roservo fund
with several thousand dollars to begin
with.
Tho programme for last Saturday
startod with an immense procession of
children from thc public schoo;
grounds to Queen's Park. Thc long
line ot children was led by tho city
band, and it is estimated that at leas"
2.000 of tho youngsters took part in the
procession. Each school carried Its
Hug, and each room also had a smalle
banner, while, in addition, everyone in
the long line wore a ribbon to she
which class ho or she belonged, th*.
pupils from each division wearing u
different color,
A long list of children's sports consisting of boys' and girls' races for
every ago, from the tiny tot of live !������
tho high school graduate of sixteen.
Tho sports (or thc boys and girls ha,.!
to bo run simultaneously, in oi'dpr to
get them all run off before noon. All
of the children were also given a free
ride on tlio merry-go-round. Mr. J, I.
Cambridge wus chairman of thc children's day committee, and ho worked
hard to make tlie day a successful ono
and ho certainly succeeded. A baby
show for which bundsomo special
prizes wore offered, was lield at noun
under thc direction of .1. II. VIdil.
chairman nftho baby show coratnitcc,
There was a large number of competitors, and at latest accounts the III'-*:
prize youngsters hud nut been decided,
Tho judges carefully examined all tho
competitors, but decided It would be
best to send a written judgemcu:
aftor they had time to gel away from
tho grounds.
Tho second stock parade was held al
1 o'clock when nca.-Iy every red am!
bluo ribbon animal was brought into
line and walked twice around the racecourse. The parade made a procession
over half a milo long, and was viewed
by a large crowd.
Saturday was closing day for th-
fair of 1902 and the programme oi
attractions for tho day includes but
two events, but both of these are
excellent ones.
Tho first is a performance of thc
international cycle wonder at 2:30
o'clock, and thc latter is the thin,
and deciding game in the scries between the Shamrocks ot Montreal,
champions of tbe world, and tbe Nov
Westminsters, champions of British
Columbia.���Vancouver World. Lardeau Eagle
i   Wished overy  Friday tit Forguson, 11. C���
by
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riUDAY. OCTOBER 10, 19C2.
THE LEAD SITUATION
There is a great deal being writ-
ted in the journals of the country
about the condition of the lead market and what practicable means
could be adopted to bring about
a condition that would increase the
market price of that product. A
similar condition to that which the
lead producers of this country find
themselves in, existed across the
border only a few years since and a
few far seeing capitalists formed
what is called the smelter trust.
This trust worked satisfactorily to
the producers while in its early
stage of existence, but when it had
secured a firm foothold it brgan to
tighten the screws until now tin-
large lead producers of the Coeur
d' Alenes find themselves worse off
than when the trust came into
existence. The lead market in
,anada is still in a worse condition
than that in the coeur d' Aler.e, for
we cannot sell ull that can be produced and what we do sell we have
to accept a figure that makes lead
mining most unprofitable.
It has been argued that the only
remedy for the existing condition
in Canada is to !orm ?. Canadian
trust and have a high protective
tariff placed on the refined metal,
thus insuring for us a higher market value for our product and also
t.i give employment to a considerable number of workmen in smelting, .and manufacturing the lead
produced in our country. This we
believe, would have, for the% time
being at least, the effect of reviving
the silver-lead industry in the province of British Columbia and would
at the same time give impetus to
all classes of mining,
and also as to the admission into
Canada free ot duty ol all mining
supplies and machinery not manufactured in Canada, aud the lower-
ins; ol duties on certain other mining
machinery manulactured in Canada.
I shall be pleased to attend any such
meeting in order that 1 may have
their views thereon to'aid me in my
endeavor to bring about conditions
most favorable to thc mining industry in my constituency.
I might add that thc views of the
boards of trade and snieltcrmeii and
some of the representatives of large
silver-lead mines In my riding are
already before the government.
I would like this matter to be
taken up in earnest by the mine
owners and to be advised of the
time and place of meeting.
By  kindly giving  this space   in
your paper, you will oblige,  yours,
truly,
W, A. Galliher.
Nelson, B, C, Sept. :ioth, '02
Supt. Jas. L?,de came into Ferguson Wednesday from the Ophir-
Lade Sydicate's mine on Pool creek.
Twenty-five men are now at work
on the property and another lead
has been struck. This is about
three Ieet wide showing considerable of the yellow metal and carrying high values in free-gold. When
the stamp mill is installed the company will employ a large force ol
men and it is not improbable that
the Oyster criterion will be the
Lardeau Districts biggest dividend
payer within the coming year.
TO AID MJMNG.
Mine owners arc requested In
peruse tho following comrnunicaiion
from W. A. Galliher, M, P, for this
riding. It will explain itself and
looks like a move in the right direction. If the suggestions of Mr.
I'.allihei are carried out the requirements of mining men can be put in
tangible shape and a definite proposition can be laid before parliament, and our member will be in a
position of some strength in urging
the necessity for something   to be
done.
To Die Editor, Lnrdctpi r.njtlc.
Dear Sir, -Owing to some divergence of opinion as to the best
means to be adopted for the encouraging of silver-lead mining in British Columbia, I desire that the
mine owners fix a time and place
for tho discussion of this subject
There is a scheme on foot al
Greenwood to connect that city with
Phoenix by electric tramway.
Greenwood would issue 5 per cent,
debentures to cover the amount of
cost, It is estimated that the cost
would be in the neighborhood ol
$100,000, If this were done the
large bodies of ore at Phoenix
would be smelted at (ireenwood
and the latter city would become
one of the largest smelting points
n British Columbia.
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THE  FERGUSON
SAW AND
PLANING
MILLS
You. a
Wage
Earner ?
If so why not invest some of your
earnings to meet a possible reversal
of fortune. For a safe, profitable
investment there is nothing beats
an   accumulation    policy    in   the
EW YORK LIFE
This is a purely mutual company
and all its'assets, surplus and earnings belong to its policy holders.
For rates, etc, hpply to agent,
E. G. WOODWARD,
Ferguson, B, C
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.
Drugs and Stationery
I'rcscriptfonB Cnrcfully and
..Accurately Compounded..
A.   F.  RANKINE
r. 0. BLOCK, FERGUSON, B. C.
���ft
A. YEND.
H. BUFF.
Kaslo
Brewing Co.
Mnnufneturcrti   of   liigli   class
Beer nnd Porter.   Wc make ti
Specialty of Bottled Porter.
Keg and Bottled
JBeer
Is prime Stuff.
Mall ordors receive prompt attention.
YEND tf RUFF,
Proprietors,
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ATCHMAKER
and JEWELER
A FIRST CUSS LINE OF
WATCHES
CLOCKS
AND
JEWELRY
.U.I. KINDS OF WATCH
AND JEWELBY REPAIRING
James V. Reeves,     +
Ferguson, B. C.
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Notice.
Any llnu* check issued nl the Grout ���.Vostoril
Minrs. I,l(l��� or silver inn Mines, mtlBt tin i��re
BSlltett for pnymoili 111 the abovo eoininiiiie.
o'lU'os Ijv tlio ninn for whom it Is IsbuoU.
PONAI.ii 0, FOBBRS, MfMWo;,
���The Townsite of
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The Pay-Roll Centre of the
Rich   Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
in on the Ground Floor
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The Lardeau is the richest
known mining district in British T
Columbia and the mines, par- T
ticulariy those about Ferguson, f
contain large quantities ot ore ?
being big as well as rich. Several t
new properties will ship
ore during the coming year and
the town is sure to double
in size Buy a few lots now
before the effect of this year's
progress sends them up, mayhap beyond your reach.
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Residence Lots $75 up.
For Further Information Apply to
Henry Floyd
General Agent,
Revelstoke, B. C.
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licst Hiiviinu Tobneco money cnn
buy. Try one nnil untWfy yourself
ns lo their quality.
Union Cigar
Factory, H.A.
Brow n, 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.
-I',-!'   BEST WINKS. l.iqUfiRS AND CIGARS.
,.������   FINELY Eqtm-I-EDBAR.
BEST CUISINE SERVICE.
         BEFITTED AND REFURNISHED.
BEST ��2.0O A DAY HOUSE
IN TIIE 1ABDEA0 DISTRICT.
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I    Hotel Lardeau
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINIMI MEN..,
i't   NEATLY FURNISHED,
j-'l    WELL LIGHTED AND HEATED ROOMS.
I
CONVENIENTLY
SITUATED OX VICTORIA AVE.
$**#.^��^ Reduced to FIFTY
CENTS A YEAR
New Idea
Magazine
Formerly
One
Dollar
THIS is lhe cheapest and best
Fashion Magazine now beforo tho American public. Itshows
New Ideas in Fashions, in Millinery,
in Embroidery, in Cooking, in
Woman's Work and in Reading;
beautifully Illustrated In colors and
In black and white. Above all, it
shows the very fashionable New Idea
Styles, made from New Idea Pat-
TBBtts, which cost only 10c. each.
Send Five Cents To-day
foraslngl-, copy of the New Idba Woman's
Maoazikb, and see what great value
for tha money it can give you.   ::  ::  ::
THE HEW IDEA PUBLISHING* CO.
638 Broadway, Hew Tork,   N.   Y,
THE  NEW AND ONLY
on second floor in Eagle block
Ferguson. 1$. C.
t
Open for engagement for
day or night meetings
at reasonable rental.
Write or call on
E G. WOODWARD,
Proprietor.
Time Table.
3. S. ARCHER OR S.S. LARDEAU.
Running' between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing- Octo-
.tier 14th, 11)01, will sail as follows,
woutlier permitting.
Lowing Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice dull,.��� 101c and 15k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twico daily��� 7:151c and
I2;*luk. Making closo connections
with all C. P. 1!. Stoamors and trains.
The  owners  reserve  the  right  to
change  times   of   sailings    without
notico.
Th3 Fred Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd,
Information -..tinti'il.
Anybody knowing the whsreaboutsof
Joe Churchill, a minor, will confer a
great favor by corresponding with the
undersigned;
Mrs. J. R. E. CiiuitcniM,,
Wulalua, Oalin,
Hawaiian Islands.
OFTHIS DISTRICT
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
HEAP OFFICE, TORONTO,
D, it. Wilkie, Genutf tfinager,
Ini'iii'itiig tlio Fish Creole onrap
nnd Oppor Duito 11 Rivor Bectlon. compiled by A. r. cinniuiiiM'. I*.St| mid s
Shannon, it. A��� is now on nolo nt this
olllco. This ready suit; of the map Is
proving nil wo hfiva itai(l for it. The
Trout. Liiku'li virion is littiOKrnj.het! in
black, tha Lnrdoati in mil. nml tlio Aim--
woith in blue. Evenntowderfootcould
tnkc n copy tn' this mnp nnd llud any
Hiiiin roc., plod In tlie threo divisions,
The raountnins, taken, creeks, wagon
roads, trails, survoyod railway routo.*t,
nml the locution mid niuuefhyn mii'im*
index) nf every minoral claim in iho
district is shown.
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   In
Person This Map Takes First Place,
In fact every geographical
feat arc is so well dcflnu t lhut one can
see ��t a glance tlie nature of our country
ami the trend of the elaim locations
gives nn Intelligible Idea of the mineral
belts nmiiin.!} through the camp. His
certainly
The   Best   Worth   For   One  Dollar
ever offered in the map line of n mining
camp, it is the first complete map oi
the district and is selling well. It is fust
What you nre looking ior. VVJ5 AI .SO
HAVK A.FKW MAPS MOUNTED ON
LINEN, WITH A GOOD COVKIi, FOR
Tl.AVK._J.KltH (Ht I'ltOSI'ECTOItS,
WHICH HELI. AT fl.'.O. THESE AUK
THE BEST VALUK, Ad THEY WILL
LAST FOR YEARS,
Address your order, with nn
enclosure of a ono dollar bill, I no
cheques, orders, etc.) to
Mining corap.unlet. or others ordering
lots of 20 or more, maps will be supplied itt GO cents each.
Capital [Paid-up) $2,500,000
Rest   -    -    -    -   $2,125,000
.ranches in Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, N'. \V.
T. cud British Columbiu,
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS,
Great Britain���Woydfl Hank, Limited
United States���Now York, Bank of Montreal,
"        "    -Chteago, First National hank.
>���       "    ���San Fninclsi'o, \V_ul_. Fargo
it Co's Itiink.
���'       "    ��� St.Paul, Second Nat'l Bank,
"       "   ��� Minneapolis. Flrsi Nat'l Bank
"       ������   -Soattlo, Seattle National Hunk
BRANCHES IN 11. C.
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
Vtuipnnvi'l*.
Ilovolstnko,
Nelson,
Ooldon,  ���
PorgiiHOii,
-   -   -   A. JukOB, MuniiL'
* A. K. bllhips,       "
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��� -   J.8. lillii..       ii
\v. tlocdonnlil,      "
SAVINGS MANIC DEPARTMENT.
Inierost Allowodat current rntos,
A guiieriil Liiuiliiny business transacted.
International
Correspondence
Schools,
SCRANTOX,
I'A.
MINKI1S'   .ITTBNTIOX-A com-
ploto blowpipe outlit ami roferenco
liltnirv fret, lo Uiono takin-,* ti coins,*
hi Miaul Mining. Howl lor froo
circular.    Address Representative
w.
H. McDOIIU,
Nelson,
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tho B.C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. r.w.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Headquarters for Aaaayem, Mining
A Mill RuppllcB. Solo agents in It.
(.'. for Moraan urueihlo Co., Battorsoa,
England; V. W, liraun & Co.'s Patent
CaiyEurnncfls. Burners, eto.; Wm. Ainsworth it Co.'s I'ine Balances, etc., etc.
*-3/8TEBfc,��
Jnited Batters of. North America
THIS IK THE!
UNION LABEL of
ihu Untied Hatters
nf North America.
Whotl yon nre buv-,
fig a PUR HAT, i
ilhor soft or stiff,
see lo It thHt tho
U N I 0 N I
nwoil in It,
tailor has
icls in lils
n nnd ;of-
. t one in n
lint for yoti,*uo ntjl
patronize liiie. Ho
linsnotanyrjgniio na\o loose lnbels, Loose
labels in retail stnroB nro counterfoitH, Ho m.i
listen to any oxiihtnation ns tu why lhe inn
hns uo label. The Genuine Union Label is
|iorforatod on the four edges exactly the samo
as a postago stamp. Counterfoil), am bomo*
tfmes perforated on three of tlie edges, and
sometimes only on two. Keep n sharp lookout
for the counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers nro using them in order to get rid of
their seab-mado hntH. The John 1) Stetson
Co. and Henry If. Uoelofs & Co., both of Philadelphia, Pa��� are non-union concerns,
JOHN A, MOKFITT, President,
Orange, N. J.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Secretary?
M 7?; Bedford Are.. Brooklyn. N.Y
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ,   .   .
ARROW LAKES, B. d'.
The most complete resort on tbe continent
of North America, Situated midst scenery
unrivalled for grandeur. Hinting, limbing
and excursions, Resident physician und
niu.se. In telegraphic eoiupiuiiicatlou with
oil parts of the world. Two.mulls arrive and
depart every day. Its baths Qtwe all nervous
and mufltiular diseases Its waters heal all
kldnev, liver and stomach ailments. Its
baths und waters nre a suru remedy airalnst
nil iirgentHerons poisons, TERMS: 913 to
?15 per week, acnording to residence in hotel
or villas.
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WORLD'S
Scenic Routt;
oimx'T link
EAST���WinnlpnfiTi ronto,
Ottawa. Montreal, st. .lobu,
Halifax, Donjon, Nov. York.
WEST -Westminster, Vancouver, Victoria, Skngwuy,
Dawson i Seattle,  Portland,
Upper r.altii Stoniiiera
Leave l-'ort William Sunday,
Tuesday. Friday vtaSoo Line,
St. Paul. Duiiilh, Chicngo,
Tourist Sleeper Service
EAjT
Lv. Dunmoro Jot, dally for
Bt. Paul, Kootv. Ldg. Tues.,
Snt. for Toronto nnd all eastern points.
WEST
Lv. Kevelstoke dolly for Seattle Vancouver and Coast cities.
Through tickets to Europe
via. all Atlantic lines,
Propatd   liekets   from   all
pointy nl lowest rates.
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For full information apply to heal agents
mi HOUSE F0I1EIS
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WE CARRY CARPETS, t
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND \
CHINA MATTING. .
IRON BEDS a Specialty      J
$5 and up. .
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Goods can be furnished to any part ol Lardeau on verv short notic
as the service is such that delivery can be made in one day from Nelson.
No Charge for packing  ���*-*��������-�����������*-������..���.��-.-�����,..,.,_. .������.���4�� ,
->��<���<.�� nn,i,.m tt<,, _
I Funeral Directors and _
Embalmers.
[Grailuato oi .[yer's College ol Embalming
,T. S. CAUTKR.   E. J. COYLE,
D. P. A., A. G. P. A.
Nolson. Vancouver.
.1. DONOVAN, Agent, Arrowhead.
���SEE
I-i'otiuo to Delinquent Co-Owners.
ToO, J. Smith and P, W. Hinsdrleor to any
person or povsonsto whom thoy may have
transferred thoir Interests in the following
mineral olaims, tho "Molllo A" and "Copper
Kev" looiltod at Short creek, soutli of Puss
.-reck in tlie Trout Luke mining division of
West liootonoy.
Take notice that ve the undersictied have
porformod tho work ami recorded tho assessment ou the above named properties for tho
voara 1000-IWI and tn order to hold your
interest in said olaims under Section _M of the
Minoral Aet. nud if within (Ml days o( tho first
publication horoof you fail or refuse to con-
iribule your portion of such expenditure
together with tho cost nf advertising, your
Interest in tho sold claims will become thu
property nf the subscribers under section- -I of
the Mineral net of 1PU(>.
Dated at Ferguson, II. C. tliis ith day of Juno*
IM-I.
8l��mod   UII.NI-.YSANN'.
There i.s only ono best mining journal.
That is
Mines and Minerals.
it lias a larger circulation than any two othor
Amorlean mining Journals because it Is the
best. It Is the largest, best Illustrated aud
handsomest mining Journal in the world. It
is a mining paper for mining men. Subscription prlco $2.00 per year. Send for froo sample
copy. Address UtK��3AN*D MINERALS, Scrnu-
ton, Pn., V. S. A. -Denver offlce��i Harth Uldg.,
Donver.Col . :���>'
CUMMINS d* CO.
Established 1896\
General Merchants
i^^_i��^p^K!^M^^SP
Windsor Hotel
-\VI)eni)oinin_- Intol^erf-fuson the lirst hotel t(>
seo in the Windsor, If one in looking for the
host accommodation, i. e. Clean, well tendril
rooms, it woll furnished table and chotoe liquors and cigars, then tlio Windsor is the best
]ilaeo to slop. Heading rooms and parlors
nicely furnished.   Everything quiet.
Madame O'Connor, Proprietress.
Can attend ease at Ferguson at ten
hours notice if advised by wire
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D. J. Robertson d* C��-
NELSON, B. C.
SMELTER CO.. LTD
Capitalization $2,000,000
la 2,000,000 Shares, Pac Value f 1.00 Each.
ASSETS	
Three-quartors ot tho Capital Stock in Treasury, 25,000 shares Simllka-
nieen Valley Coal Co., Ltd., Stock, ten acre Smelter site at Ashnola.
Three Mineral claims situated three miles from A.hnolll.
.1*140 acres Coal Lands, near Okanagan Lake, having an ei^ht foot seam
of -rood steam and Domestic Coal.
The lirst 200,000 of theso shares have already been subscrlbedand shares
uro notv selling at lo cents on calls of two rind'one-half cents per month.
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.     Write: Sawyer Bros.,  Revelstoke, R. C,
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Thanksgiving day Oct. 16th.
,1. W. Westfall was a visitor ir
town yosterday.
Bert Cluinei', of Camborne was in
town Saturday,
A. ,1. Cordon went to Revelstoke
Sunday returning Tuesday.
Andy Craig, while loading freight
at Trout Lake [tell and strained a
log.
.1. Lado ot the Oyster-Criterion
mines came into town Wednesday on
a visit to his family.
J. M. Doyle of I'. Hums & Co.'s
establishment, Rovolstoke, wa3 in
Perguson, sizing up thc meat situation,
Tuesday.
Chas. Woodrow and Dr. Newcombe
staked a mineral claim noar town
Monday tbat, gives promise of something good.
Editor Northey of the Camborne
Miner, was married last weok to Miss
Dell Wooley a popular young lady of
Kossland.
George McCrossan, who has been
spending his holidays in Ferguson,
returned Wednesday to resume his
Jaw studies in Winnipeg.
C. R. Mackay, Beaton, IX. V. Wright
Vancouver, 10. Moserop, Revelstoke,
and E, Ferguson, Nelson, woro visitors in Ferguson this week.
Ralph Higginson has resigned his
position of superintendent at the Old
���Cold uud has accepted a similar position at tho Moheoan.
Wm. McAdams, Editor and proprietor of Bandon's brightly edited newspaper, tlio Paystroak, was a visitor to
Lardeau's pay-roll centre Tuesday and
Wednesday.
J. J. Young, M. L. A., accompanied
by .Criep*ti li Smith, Barrister and
police magistrate of Calgary, are visitors iu town this week. Thoy leave
tomorrow for the . ��� Oyster-Criterion
mine whore they will spend a day or
two before returning to Calgary.
The owners of the' Beatrice mine
have formed a joint stock company and
the shares will bo on the rnarkot
shortly. The Beatrice is one of tbe
Lardeau's greatest properties. It is
owned by Mrs. Anderson, and Messrs,
Fulmer and Boucher.
Thanksgiving turkeys at tha Ferguson meat market.
Dave Ferguson left for a tri p to Victoria yesterday. ���
A. G. Street, Kossland, and H. C.
Sharp, Trout Lake, were registered at
the Windsor Monday.
liosslund and Spokane mining shares
are still low. War Eagle is 111 cents,
Payne Id cents, Giant 4 cents, Centra
Star ,'ID cents and Rambler Cariboo,
which is paying regular dividends 72
cents.
Sister M. Loona and Sistor Charles
wero in Ferguson Sunday and Monday
collecting subscriptions (or tho Roman
Catholic school at Now Westminster.
Tho Boston entertainers will givo a
benefit for tho same institution tonight in Trout Lake.
An American syndicato is purchasing
ono million acres of prairie land In
Western Canada. Thoy will also extend their operations to British Columbia, whero thoy will invest in mining
property. They will obtain options on
several properties in Kootonay and tlie
company will thon send in their ox-
pert. They have great faith in the
future of B. C.
JJzj-a.rf�� riz.rt-*-rf-*. sit sto-stosbsh jfe_sM
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N. WILKIE,
P. L. S.
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Surveys made and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Oflice:      -      -      Trout Lake.
ILLIAM A. BAUER,
Locals With a Paystreak.
Tho annual dance of the Halcyon
Hot Springs Sanitarium will take
place on Oct. 15th and Invitations have
boen issued by manager Thos. Mo-
Naught. .The guests are offered notel
accommodation from Friday until
Monday, including baths, dance and
.upper for $5.
' An F.agle representative was present
last week at thc lacrosse match held at
tbe Provincial Fair grounds, New
Westminster for the championship of
the world between the New Westminsters and the Shamrocks of Montreal,
whioh resultod in favor of tbe B. C.
team. Tho rough playing carried on
in former games of this kind was
conspicuous this year by its absence
and good feeling seemed to prevail on
lioth sides throughout tho game.
J, .1. Young and W. B. Pool havo
been visiting Messrs, Cochrane and
Godsal at their ranches in southern
Alberta. Mr. Pool hits since boen
visiting Rossland and Nelson making
arrangements for a compressor plant
lor the Ophir-Lade Syndicato mine on
I 'ool Crook. The company hns doclded
lo tako in tbeir stamp mill and tramway so as to havo tbem in operation
as soon as the snow goes off in the
spring.
Tbe Calgary Herald of last Saturday
and Monday givos an elaborate description of tho Cochrane ranch, whioh
Is tho biggest concern of its kind In
('umitlit, it consists of 110,000 soroe ot
iho oholoej. lund In Alberta, 70,000 of
whioh nro 0-Mi-fl outrlsht anS 40,000
l .Id i.iiii'ei' lone from tho ftlood ,ntll��
iM, Third nro abmitl WOO bund of
Pttttld on tin- ranch ot whieh'.110 aro
tborouffhbrGd bulls. Tho beof ship-
monti amount to about ,ioo,*)00 yearly,
2,000 calves uro branded -melt i-tim-
irii-r, Thovalua tit the ranch and tho
onttlo li over a million dollars. Thr
largoit ihawholdtt is Senator Coob>
ranti ol Montreal, hi* son W, F. coch-
runs, who li t dlreotor ol the Ophir
Lido symllciite, boing Uto mimaR...
Saddle horses for sale. We bave all
kinds and at all prices. We can suit
you.   Craig & Hillman, Beaton.
All the latest books, magazines and
periodicals for holiday reading in stock
at tho Canada Drug&Book Co.'s store,
Revelstoke, B. C. Prompt attention to
mall orders.
Ii pays to uso tbe telephone A trip
can often bo saved to Trout Lake, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
tlie phone. Office in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
* Smokers: If you want the gen-h-
in-k "Union" and "Our Special"
CIGAR seo that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters on ovory box.
���H. A. Brown, Rovelstoke, B. O.
* To get. acquainted with this district
you should havo a copy of tho new and
only map. Send a one dollar bill to
tbe Eagle and secure one at once.
An ounce of prompt, businesslike
dealing and tho truth, is worth mora
than half a page of advertising. When
you send to D. J. Robertson & Co.,
Nelson, for furniture an answer will
reach you by return mail, und nine
times out of ten tbe goods will arrive
by the same train.
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DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
Surveys of Minos, Mineral Clntms and
Crown Lands.   Crown Grants Ob- U
taincd nnil Assessment.; Managed I?
for Absentees. L
Offices:   Camborne and Vancouver        ft
S     SHANNON, B. A.
ASSAYER ami ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST.
H'Mlquarters for 1 n for nm tion ltrgurding
l.iinli'uii I'iii|icrHcv
W.tte Tor Information.
Call and set Samples.
OFFICE:    VICTORIA AVE..
FERGUSON, B,C.
McKinnon * Sutherland
OUR STOCK
Of Ladies Dress Qoods, White
Goods, Trimmings, etc., etc., is
COMPLETE
The new Stetson Hats for men received August ist are being sold rapidly.
We have added to our stock of Ready-
to-Wear Suits. We can fit and please
almost any fancy or any figure.
We have also a most complete stock of
Workingmen's Clothes and Boots.
McKinnon <& Sutherland
POI3I.RT HODGE,
Jl.UUlISTEll, ETC.
Solicitor for
The Imperlnl BanH
Ferguson, B, C.
Ol-'FICE-In tlio Oplilr Lade Work.
Tl
AKVEY, NIcCARTKR.. PINKHAM,
Barristers, Soliciters, etc.
Oflloos: Revplrtoke, Golden, unit Ferguson. Solicitors for Imperial Hunk
of Caunda.
AID FOR FERGUSON'S HOSPITAL
Tbe miners aud business men of
Ferguson havo united to erect a hospital here. This Is an absolute necessity as there is no place in which wc
can properly care for a sick man who
dont happen to havo a home of his own.
There has been about $l,iJ00 subscribed
towards tho hospital locally and the
Eaglo has been requested to receive
subscriptions from outside points wblch
���will be acknowledged through the
columns of the Eagle each week.
Tbere is something like $1,500 moro to
raise, and we hope that those who have
made money in tills camp will remember those who work away from the
comforts of older communities and send
along a liberal sum to help in tlio good
work. The hospital will bo owned and
operated by the membors of Lardoau
Miners' I. nine. Address all subscriptions to the Euglo,
Cico. 6. MeCarter.
A. M. rinkham.
J. A. Harvey.
MED 0. ELLIOTT,
Barrister,  Notary Public etc.
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B. C. I
i The Post Office Store P
*J*\ The most complete stock in Ferguson.
\f Union-Made Hats and Shoes.
��g Full line of Ladies' and Children's goods.
w Make a specialty of filling mine orders in groceries
r*i     and hardware.
Try a Pair ot Our Hani-Made Prospectors' Shoes.
li. B. ~BaBw~^~Ca *
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PRIVATE DINING R'JOMS 1'OR
LApIES.
..' W   <lo Y.lcMAISTRK..J.M.SCOTT C
���I " &
3 Barrister, Solicitcr, etc. tl
8 REVELSTOKE, B. C. k
S 3, M. SCOTT, A. B. L. L. B. ,1
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FERGUSON
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THEj CHURCHES.
Metl.oill.it.
Service will bo hold In Euglo hull
overy Sunday commencing ut I) p. m.,
ana alternate Sundays at K p, m.   All
aro invited to attend.
S. J. GREEN, Pastor.
AnirJlrtiii.
Dirino serviuo will bo hold every
Sunday in Eaglo hall ut.'l in tlie afternoon and 8 In tho evening alternately.
An Invitation to attend Is ostonded to
everybody, H, A, .Sow.v,
Curate,
Notloe of Dissolution of
Partorshlp
l glvo notice tbat tho partnership
harotofore oxietln-* between myself
and Ivan Ed?oii under tl.o firm name
of MoDotiell .-. Edson ia dissolved by
ran,
REMODELED   THRUOUT
MOST complete cold storago
room just finished where
meats will bo kept in a somi*
frozen siatouml always frcsl:
Now one of tho best appoint*
oil shops lu the interior of B.
('. Shop open from 8 until
G o'clock, excepting ono hour
at noon. Not open on Sunday.
One door cast Hotel Liinlenii
- 4
Dated Sspt, -tcti.il.
I002,
A, J, M0D0n-.li,
i perguson ftarber
'���. Wlicn you want a fj
I      GOOD SHAVE      ?}
I LATEST HAIR CUT \
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND .MININti MEN*.
'THEI
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON & SLIN6ER, Props.
CAFE OPES DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION'
Ferguson, B, C,  Opposite the Postoffice.
i Packing andFergus;Packi"? %
4 Freighting Transfer Outfit,    h
It Contracts entorod into for packing ot Mining Supplies, II
JJ etc., to any point In the district. ft
Good, prompt servico, and any work undertaken guaran- k,^
teed.   Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Ferguson ft
a specialty. y~
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop. ft
R. S. WILSON.
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High Class Merchant Tailor,
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
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Any orders you may far or us with
IP ill receive prompt
attention.
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Ferguson Hotel    J^
McDONELL & BLACK.
Proprietors,
FERGUSON, B. C.
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