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THE LARDEAU EAGLE.
VOL. II. NO.
M
FERGUSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA, NOVEMBER 21, 1900.
12.00 A YEAR.
. Well Known Group at the Head
of McDonald Oreek.
MINES  AND  MINING
Tunnel,   Shaft   and
Dump   Happenings.
These two groups, consisting of four
claims, along tbe same ledge, came
into some prominenoe last July. They
furnish another Instance of how it
pays the owners of prospects to do
their legitimate assessment work.
Prior to the past season, practically
no work had been done on those claims
although they had been staked and
COULD SHIP WITB A RAILWAY
A Splendid Opportunity For Men
With Money to Invest.���Enough
Development Work   Has  Been
Done To  Prove the Property's
Value.���A Deal Now Pending.
One of the earliest locations in this
camp was the Black Warrior, situated
at the head of Macdonald ereek.    Tom
Horn staked it in the early Ws and
has remained with it ever since.   He
has now one of the  most promising
properties in this camp.  We had often
hoard the Black warrior spoken of, by
those who saw it,  as having the beBt
surface showir.gs in  this  district.   It restaked for years.   Last June Messrs.
came our way to have the opportunity Carter and Thompson did their assessor looking over this property a few ment work on the Sunset group and
weeks  ago and  really we were   sur- uncovered a fine showing of ore.   This
prised that such a proposition, for so
long, should have been overlooked by
men representing capital.
The owner rightly considered his
property too good to be handed over to
the tender mercies of any stock-jobbing
concern for a small cash consideration
and stock, and as he has the best of
reasons for having faith in it, he can
well afford to bide his time.
When mining men have picked up
the available properties within easy
range, they will get over their reluct-
ancy to go out of their way a little and
will extend their field of operation to
larger circles hero.
For a mining man to see  thin property means  that  he  will  be almost,
certain to take hold of it on the very
reasonable terms which  tbe owners
,   offer.
There aro now four claims in the
��� group with fine showings of ore on
three of the claims and abundance of
timber on the fourth. Tbe ledge
itself, which can be readily traced
across tho length of three claims, has
a distinct wall about 60 feet from one
of the several strata of limo which run
through that belt of country.. A wido
belt of slate forms the contact alone
this wall, and the parts of the ledge
along the Blato consists largely of
quartz. The whole of this strip of
(10 feet, however, lying between tbe
slate and the lime seems to bo ledge
matter and consists of graphite shale
with stringers and lenticular masses
of quartz throughout.
Considerable prospecting work has
been done along the line of stripping
the ledgo and thiB work has uncovorcd
the outcrop of a magnificent oro chute
some 50 or 60 foet in length and from I
two to three feet in width situated
along the contact of the ledge with the
slate.
Mr. Home started a tunnel on the
ledge below to tap this ore chuto at
some depth, and at tho time of our
visit waB in about 200 ft. and getting
near bis objective point. In the last
10 feet of his work, ore has been com
ing In which has boen very encouraging, and thero is scarcely any doubt
bnt that with 40 or 50 ft. moro work
on that tunnol and some crosscuttlng,
Tom will have attained tho object
of his work.
The oro consists of galena with a
small proportion of yellow coppor and
runs from 120 to 160 ozs. of silvor to the
ton, with from 60 to 65 per cent, lead.'
A good pack trail leads from Ferguson to the Black Warrior cabin, so
that, although oh the Duncan slope,
the property is easily reached from
here.
The Duncan, however, is tbe natural
outlet. The trail built up that river
during the past season is now only a
short distance from the mouth of Macdonald creek. The advent of tho K.
& S. railway up the Duncan or even a
Chris. Foley is to be
Our Next  Member.
AB1UGHT0UTL00K
Supt. J. W. Westfall's Views on tbe
Mining Situation.
of the south fork of Lardeau creek,
and the Cromwell is beyond that again,
at leaBt 15 miles from tho Metropolitan
group. This should prove once and
for all that to get reliable news of this
district you must become a paid up
reador of the Eagle.
NOTES FBOM FISH CREEK DISTRICT
induced them to do some work on their
other properties on the same ledge,
with tho result that good showings of
ore   were encountered   on  both the
Comstock and  the Richmond claims.
The ledgo on these properties lies in
tho contact between lime and schist,
and is   from 3 to 6 ft. in width.   The
ledge  mutter consists of quartz and
oalcite and is mineralized throughout
with galena, copper pyrites and iron
pyrites, so that the whole could  be
worked as a concentrating proposition.
As yet it is difficult to say whether
the galena or copper pyrites will predominate.     Both   of   these  minerals
carry sufficient of the precious metals,
to make them valuable.   The galena,
carrying from 50 to 70 per cent, lead,
has a silver content varying from 35 to
75 ozs, to the ton, while copper pyrites-
containing from 20 to 25 per cent. cop-
per,   carries  gold  and  silvor  valuos
varying from $3 to $12 and from 8 to 12
ozs. respectively to tho ton.
The Golden Link Company, which is
now operating the Sunset group, has
had two men at work for about a month
and tho property is showing up very
encouragingly indeed. The men are
driving a tunnel on the ledge and when
we visited the property last week the
whole face of the tunnel consisted of
well-mineralized ledge matter, with
about a foot of almost clean oro along
the foot-wall.
From surface indications there Is
very littlo doubt but that just as encouraging results may be the outcome
of a fair amount of work done on either
thc Comstock or the Richmond-Hope
group.
All   of  those   properties  nre most
conveniently Bltuated and are excellent
| tunnelling propositions, it being possiblo  to drive on and prove tbe lodge
from tho start.
Tho taking hold of theso properties
by livo companies will in all probability mean dividends in the near
future , new life to mining operations
up the north fork next season and the
establishing of a thriving littlo mining
town at Circle City.
Camborne, Nov. 9.���Mr. Devereux,
P. L. S., of Rossland, who has been in
camp since June, surveying properties,
left For Comaplix with his wife and
son, where he expects to be kept busy
for another two months, when he will
return to Rossland.
Prof. Blochberger, of Rossland, and
Mr. Smith, of Seattle, returned today
from a trip to the well known Kingston
group, whore considerable work is to be
dono this winter
Nest road with Golden on the main
line. It is further said that the work
of building the road will begin early in
the spring. With the construction of
this line the coal fields of the Crow's
Nest district will have direct connection with the coast cities. It is said
that when cheaper shipping facilities
are secured a very large amount of
Crow's Nest coal will be used at
Esquimalt for the purposes of the navy
TUB OLD PABTY MEN ARE GONERS
With practically no organization
both the Conservatives and Liberals
aro at sea as to the outcome of the
election in Yale-Cariboo. Population
has largely increased since tho election
of Mr. Bostock in 1896. Since then we
havo had two provincial elections, and
should their co-own-1 the election returns of June last, are
ers agree with them in so doing. Mr.
Smith brought down samples from this
property In which gold was plainly
visible, taken from a 38 ft. lead. He
is returning home well pleased with
what he has seen in our district, and
by all accounts wo shall hear more of
him and his company in tho near
future.
Nov. 12.���Professor Blochberger is
staying in camp looking over a few
properties, prior to an eastern tour of
the States. What's the matter with
the professor? Why he's all right
slright.
Manager W. Iones Is down from the
Towser. They are making good progress, and expect to find tho objective
ore body before many weeks. The
working force will gradually be
increased as there is room for the men
to work to advantage.
therefore the only data by  which to
judsc.   Tho lists for the present election are based on tho provincial lists
used at tho time of the last election.
It should bo borne in mind that the
labor voto swept this district everywhere at the time of the Juno election.
This was so in Rossland, in Nelson, in
Slocan, in   Revelstoke, in  Kamloops
and in Cariboo,���and it probably influenced, to somo extent, tho result in'
East and West Yale.   In view of these
facts it is astonishing to find amateur
politicians making  vain-glorious and
empty predictions.     Of  course, such
wild prophecies   are   not  unusual   at
such a timo, but they are invariably
based on something more serious aod
substantial than haphazard conjecture.
Mr. Foley has the benefit of an effective  organization, in   touch   with   the
voters,   and in this   respect  has  admittedly a great advantage ovor other
of his opponents.���Rossland Miner.
BOTH BffifflS TO BE BUILT
Next Season, up the Duncan and
Through the Trout Lake Valley.
���Trail and Development Work
Will be Aotive in the  Old Gold
Camp.���A New Era Dawning.
Supt.  J.  W.  Westfall,  of the Old
Gold camp,  was  in  town yesterday,
having just  returned from a pleasant
trip to Rossland,  Nelson, Kaslo and
Sandon.   He was busy all   tho afternoon    paying   off    his    oompanios'
accounts for supplies, wagons, etc., to
date.
Mr. Westfall speaks well of the firm
and steady commercial progress being
made in all the Kootenay towns,
especially that of Nelson���the hub as
he considers.
Tho mining arena is active and Mr.
Westfall believes that the Lardeau
and upper Duncan districts aro
more talked of than any other in the
province. "They are just waiting for
railway    peopli
Placer Mining at Ten Mile.
The party of mon placer mining on
the south fork of Lardeau creek, at
Ten Milo, have had to ceaso work
until this cold snap is over, as the
sluice boxes are frozen up.
PRACTICE VS. PREACHING,
Sliver Cup and Triune.
S. Daney Is working threo shifts
those days. He will have tlio Silver
Cup and Triune ore down at tlio Landing in a very fow weeks, unless tho
Cup order is enlarged.
Nettie I..
Craig & Hillman's outfit for hauling
Nettie L. ore struck town on Sunday
evening. Everything Is now in full
swing for tlie winter's output.
IIV OPPRESSION AND MINING.
TIIE HERALD  LACKS  RELIABILITY.
Tho Eagle has always contended
that in order for outsiders to get reliable mining news of any district, a
newspaper published on the spot must
be taken. The following extraordinary intelligence clipped from the last
Issue of the Revelstoke  Herald will
demonstrate why:
A recent test, of Metropolitan  ore
made at Swansea gave 701 oz. silver,
22 per cent, copper, and 42.2 per cent.
lead per ton.       The    Metropolitan
An oxchango observes that the vory
rich men in the United States senate
mado thoir fortune from mines. Senator Clark of Montana, by odds the
richest man in congress, worth anywhere from JI00,000,000 to twice that,
mado all his money In mines. Senator
Hanna's $12,000,000 is largely derived
from iron mines. Senator Jones of
Nevada is worth $10,000,000 in gold and
silver mines. Senator Elkins of West
Virginia, is rated at 87,000,000, mostly
made in coal and iron mining operations. .McConnell, from Scranton
district, is the richest man   in  the
The inconsistency of the users of the
union label is seen daily even in this
land of unionism.   Watch a union man
buying a cigar.   Dues lie look for the
blue label ?   No, in most eases he takes
what  the  bartender   gives him.   He
talks unionism dressed in a scab-made
suit of clothes, sold by some prostitute-
breeding    departmental    store.     He
never looks for a union label on tbo
catalogues sent him by the wholesale
by firms that supply him  with snide
hats, boots or shirts, and WHO WOULD
NOT GIVE HIM  OBEDIT  FOR  A BAG to
keep him from freezing,   He trains his
children  to  look   for  tho arrival  of
Cheaton's price list as an event, and
their  now  clothes  como by express
marked "O. O. IV   Judging from appearances  it would   seem that  those
only respect the union label who use it,
and their respect is limited too ofton to
tho particular   label   tbat goes  with
thoir trade.���Silvertonlan,
SWAPPING   HORSES   IN MID-STRKAM
The Conservative candidate, A. U
McNeil, has, as was expected, withdrawn from tho political contest. But
another man has been found to fill the
gap, in tbo face of defeat. John Mc-
Kane, of Rossland, is tho unlucky
candidato nt this jucture, though he
too may retire before polling day.
His  woalth  is estimated atJT|iei,0 j8 simply no question of Foley's
Triune and the ore body Is vory extensive."
No smelter test of Metropolitan ore
wagon road will at once put an end to I have been  reeolved as yet,   tor the
the period of waiting and the head of simple reason tbat the ore  is  still In
house,
property adjoins the^romwerr'anal820'000'000 and wa8 ��lldugoutofcoal'elecUon.    The old parties nre on the
1 mines in Pennsylvania. | nl���.   Liberal speakers are flooding the
country but all to no  avail.       The
electorate have already made up their
minds and Chris. Foley is to be Yale-
It Is learned in Nelson that the C. P
Macdonald creek will be the scene of
a busy mining camp, for the surface
showings and the nature of tho formation point to the presence of large
rlob bodies of ore.
Assayer's Shannon's office In Ferguson.
The Metropolitan group Is two miles
above Circle City up the north fork of
Lardeau .creek, while the Triune Ir at
the bead of Triune oreek,* tributary
STILL ANOTHER ROAD TO HE BUILT
R. havo ongnged E. F. Hannington, C.
E., of Fort Steele, to begin at once a
survey of a proposed rout.o through
tbe Wlnderoraore and Fort Steele din-
Carlboo-Kootenay's next representative at Ottawa. The man with the
platform, representing principles as
against prejudice Is bound to win, bo
it laid to the credit of ths iiuolllgunt
trlot, oonnectlng �� point on the Crow'i |eleotors of this riding.
the railway people to make a
move," said Mr. Westfall to
an Eagle reporter, "and once this is
done, which seems certain for next
spring, both hore and up the Duncan
river, I believe you will see the Rossland rush repeat itself. It is rather a
pity though that mining men and
investors hang back this way, for
really the time to get in on ground
floor propositions is now, before the
increased activity sets in, for then, as
you know, everything, real estate and
all, will take a raise in price."
Well you people seem to have mado
good progress in tbe Old Gold camp,
said the reporter.
"Yes, indeed wo have. We have
paid out in actual cash for development, supplies, etc., nearly $15,000;
but I hope to expend at least twice
that amount or more next season,"
replied Mr. Westfall. "Our force of
men at tho mine are hard at work
right now, and if my interview with
Great Northern railway otlicials means
anything, it means that wo will enjoy
railway transportation for our ore output next season. This being the case
there is no end to the possibilities in
store for tho Old Gold camp."
"I also waited upon the Kaslo board
of trade and other mon in regard to the
trail partly built up Duncan river last
summer,  and  I  received   assurances
from   them that the completion of this
good   worK   would  be one of the first
Horns taken up by R.  F. Green, M. P.
P.,next, spring.    With  this trail completed, and reached by the Old Gold
trail  we ourselves built this fall, men
coming into the  district  from either
end will bo able to go out tho opposite
way and thus cover tlie same ground
but  once,   and,   not  tlio   least of it,
demonstrate to them   tlie   richness of
this vast mineral belt,.    I feel cortain
that this inlet and outlet will ho appreciated by  all  oonoerned,   Tho Kaslo
pcoplo aro alive to its importance, and
of course  will  mako a bid  for the
upper Duncan supply trade; the Great
Northern   having built and pi need on
the lake a magnificent steamer for this
purposo."
Mr. Westfall is not in the prophetic
business, but ho has every confidence
that next season   will be the best one
ever experienced in this district.   And
the advent  of   railway  construction
will tend to  import  new   blood, new
money, new enterprise and with it new
finds,   deals,    strikes,    shippers   and
dividend payors.   With the'invigorating effect of making a visit amongst
outside mining men   who ure largely
interested in the districts' future and
who think more and talk more of this
camp  thau   wo    Uo   ourselves,   Mr.
Westfall returns  prepared  to renew
his personal efforts to bring his companies' many  properties to the dividend paying bus!-.   With money, suoh
promising  properties,  a railway, and
such energy  and  enterprise  as Mr.
Westfall has demonstrated ba ll ��am��
posed of, be cannot fill. Lardeau Eagle.
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FERGUSON, B.C.
WEDNESDAY,
nuv.   2i,   moo.
will look after n dully mail service for
the Lardeau when ho jjoes to Ottawa
next se^ion.!
SCREAM LETS.
III.Yd LETS.
A political chump is a man who
thinks he can get what lie wants by
voting for what he iloesn"t want.
The analytical method of inquiry has
been lelineilas thc art or method of
finding out the truth of a proposition
by first supposing the thing done, and
then reason i iv buck step by step till
one arivea at somo admitted truth.
When the working man gets tired of
being skinned and when he begins to
think, he will likely vote ri
Uht.
Whenever there is any bonusing
going on in the house the old Conservatives and old Liberals vote alike.
If tho  Conservatives
miich time In   building
had spent as
I uiiiuii uiiinj in niiuuiiig a progressive
platform���one with real live issues'
aud less to claiming all the loyality iu
j existence, they would today be enjoy'
the confidence of Canadian electors
RELIABLE MAIL
SERVICE WANTED
While the EAGLE has no desire to
become a born kicker, we cannot help
drawing Post Olliec Inspector W. H.
Dorman's attention to the mail service meted out to this isolated but
none the less promising mining centre.
Tho EAGLE will quote one positive
instance of how our mails are need
lessly delayod in transmission. Tho
outgoing mail from Ferguson on November 14th, after lying ovor in Trout
Lake until thc next day, as per con
tract, reached Thomson's Landing at
12 a.m. on the loth. It remained in
Thomson's Landing until the following
day, the Kith. It was then taken to
Arrowhead by Fred. Robinson & Co.'s
steamer, arriving at 8:2") a.m.; and not
delivered to Post Master Newman at
Arrowhead until 9:45 a.m.) too late to
catch that day's steamer south. This
same thing has occurred half a dozen
times during the past modth.
Ts it any wonder that the long-sufl'er-
ing people of this district wish to
register a kick against such negligence"? How much longer are we to
be dictated to by the Poo-Bah captain
of this two-bit steamer ? If Fred.
Robinson & Co. do not get enough
money to carry the mail on scheduli-
time why do they take the contract at
ally A man with a row boat could
give a more reliable servico than the
present one.
Ferguson, aftor waiting patiently for
two or three days, receiver its mall,
and just 40 minutes is allowed for
answering purposes, so that tho mail
carrier can hustle back to Trout Lake
to remain 12 or Id hours more before
proceeding to the Landing. And then
on top of this the outgoing mail reaches
Arrowhead whenever the captain of
the boat sees fit.
The Eagle feels quite confident that
Manager Fred. Robinson has no knowledge of this reckless conduct by tbe
captain ; otherwise it would surely be
remedied Nor can wo see that Post
Master Newman is to blame. It is no
less a personage than King Roman.
Craig & Hltlmon are evidently fulfilling their contract; but the government must be induced to -pay more
money for the contract, or thero never
will be a satisfactory service. No one
should accept a contract unless they are
sufficiently remunerated for it by the
government.
It is not only thc mail service. Commercial travellers, business men and
all are inconvenienced time after time.
Only a few days ago A. O. Campbell,
president and manager of the Vancouver Hardware Co., left hero hurriedly to catch the 1 p. m. boat to
Arrowhead. Do you suppose that boat
loft on time ? No, not until five p.m.,
the passengers waiting at dcopwater
landing, over a mile from cover, all
that timo, Then Imagine thoir dismay when the captain announced that
ho was only going back to Comaplix
to tie ti ji for tho night. The passengers walked back lo tho Landing to
await tlio next morning's boat, and of
cour**o needlessly delayed twenty-four
hours. This is only one caso : there
are do/.ens oT others affecting our local
business mon. Patience ceases to be a
virtue with such a boat scrvleo as thi
It is quite true that tho sorvice is
good at times ; but it is quite apparent,
however, that this is when the captain
feels that way. Tho company owning
the boat plying on the Arm should at
east have a schedule���one that the
travelling public can rely upon.
It ds high time, therefore, that Inspector Dorman pay us another official
visit, and put these things right. It is
bad enough to be without a daily mail
service, but harder still to be without
a reliable service of any kind.
Where so many mining deals are
constantly being put through, with no
banking facilities here, and where
such important letters are being transmitted through the mails, it behooves
the postal department to look into this
matter at once.
Chris. Foley, atnong other things,
The Liberal party are sending
host of sp.olers to this riding to try
and capture GaHilier's election. By
the way, if the Liberals are such
friends of tho working men why not
let tho working men elect their own
representative?
When a man is climbing the hill of
life he is often given a lift by his comrades ; but once he reaches tho summit
and perchanco starts down the other
side, when he needs no help to reach
the bottom, too many are willing to
pounce upon and kick him further
down the trail of adversity.
The EAGLE entertains a doubt of the
man's sincerity who will buy a mining
claim without ever having seen it, or
paid a mining man whom ho could
trust tn report noon it. Tho man
floating a property he has nevor laid
eyes on savors a good deal with a
suspicion that he is not on thc square.
The Revelstoke Herald says: "Prayers do not win elections." But votes
do.    That's why Foley will be elected,
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A recent visitor to Revelstoko Bays
tbo lailway vote is solid for Chris.
Foley,  including many of tho olllcials.
Despite the fact that the Liberals
havo dumped tho Conservatives into
the soup, it has still a strong flavor of
peas.
The only difference between the
Liberal party and the Conservative
party is that tho Liberals have the peoples money on tap.
If the editor of thc Revelstoke Herald would write as he thinks and not as
ho is paid to write, tlie Herald would
bo supporting Chris. Foley.
A man who can be bought off by the
Liberals with a two bit job on election
day is unworthy ol that designation.
If Foley is right speak out for him.
Round about Ferguson and other
mining centers in the Kootenay lie
many hundreds duly staked out, practically idle, mining claims. Some of
these havo been stocked and crown
granted in past years, but have remained unworked ever since and the shares
havo been scattered all over the continent, the holders patiently waiting
for something to turn up. Just what
lhe ultimate outcome will .be time
alone can tell.
Tlie people of this riding are no
longer content to have their polities
made for them by a few self seeking
politicians whose only aim is to secure
preference and the spoils of office. It
may bo we are coininir to that point
when party lines will bo completely
obliterated. Tim sooner the better.
What nrning company would havo its
management divided on other than
business issues? Jf the government be
our managers why Bhould thero bo two
or three parties fighting against our
interests. If, by direct voting, the
people could appoint and dismiss
officials at anytime they so decided,
the same as any private company, then
the scone would change. But hold
hard!---that has a taint of socialism.
Th
to bi
to be
mining business does not seem
so much of a gamble as it used
To-day   tho  cautious investor
has many ways of proving a property's
worth. Tho general conditions of the
formation, the well defined mineral
belts, and modern appliances for the
analysis of rock, all eo to secure a
guarantee to the investor that he Is at
least getting a fair chance fur bi
money. Mining men, when they want
to, can pretty near tell what Miey aro
buying. Tin- great difficulty is that
inexperienced middle men aro too
often nut with tho long mitt, totally
disregarding the precautions necessary
for making safe investments, and herein lies the danger. To practical mining men, miring is uo longer a pure
gamble : it is a legitimate and honest
means of securing wealth.
Tho mining industry alone, in Rossland and Trail, creates a pay-roll of
1200,000 a month. With a railway and
five years time, or less. Ferguson will
be a close rival or better.
Educate, agitato and organize the
grand army of white labor against the
further immigration of cheap Oriental
labor. Start in by voting for the
people's candidate, Chris. Foley, on
Dec. 0th.
The Japs and Chinamen aro already
In the mills and on the railroads.
They will soon be in the mines if they
are not kept out of the country. To
remedy this vote for Chris. Foley on
Dec. tith.
From all -appearances the the Con-!
sorvative party intend to introduce
religion into politics and if possible
sot Protestants against Roman
Catholics, headed by Tartu and Sir
Wilfred Laurier. Agitators of this
stripe should be strung up.
The girl who has tho snap and
energy to earn a Mvlihood at honorable employment, be it in the kitchen
or store, the offloe or the dressing
room, is just as good as any millionaire's daughter who drives a bob-tail
team or belouges to the best social
clubs.---Franklin Leader.
Tho Nelson Tribune ia after Provincial Mineralogist Robertson's sculp.
And not without somo reason. When
Mr. Robertson was in tho Lardeau a
fow weeks ago tho EAGLE drew his
attention to the fact that the lato
Provincial Mineralogist Carlyle, had
made a baseless attack upon Groat
Northern hill, without oven having
visited it, declaring it to be barren or
words to that effect. The Eagle and
dozens of local mining men know by
actual oxperienco that his report was
false. But Mr Robertson's reply was :
"Oh I've been ail over that hill years
ago. I know all about it, and I don't
know but Mr. Carlyle was about right."
If Mr. Robinson's opinion of this camp
a whole, is no better than his opinion of Great Northern lull, the sooner
a man who understands his business
succeeds him tho better. A man who
"knows all about it" is dangerous to
the country's best interest.
A Reliable
Timepiece
Is a Jewol,
If your watch is out of order, needs
cleaning or regulating bring it to mc
at once and I'll guarantee its repair.
.My shop Is In the Eagle bldg.
S. F. W. Gainer.
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XOOTIIEH DISTRICT IN CANADA
offers such splendid opportunities
fur good wiaq awake advertisers.
I*) you want more business? Then
write ut onoe fur our advertising
rates and place |yonr patroptiftein
the onlv medium that notiiitlly
oovors the  field	
Tf Lardeau Eagle
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WHEN VOl  ARE l.\ TROUT LAKE OITY
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^Queen's
Hotel..
Abrahamson Bros., Proprietors.
Everything now and up to mrtu.
ftfft. i-'iru Prooi .Safe.
��'Ji) Killost Willi's, Liquors nml Ci��l
*Qgr Mlnlftg men's lieudquaitors.
Cheerful dining room j A l sorv
KATES CHVEN.
&���$�����$-$-$ $ %-&$.-% &m;tm $-$$-$ $-��*�� %$���
v?f   BEST WINKS, LIQUORS AND OIGAB
��*>   FINELY EQUIPPED BAR.
HKST CUISINE SERVICE,   %fr
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED,    *J*>
J1EST .��.2.00 A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT.
..Hotel Lardeau..
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
Ferguson IG;
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN	
NEATLY FURNISHED,
WELL 1. GIITED AND HEATED ROOMS.
t
CONVENIENTLY   <j��j>
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE.
Hotel Perauson
THE PIONEER MOTEL OK THE
The Bar is supplied with the best brands of f
(Vines, Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial
Men.   Tenilcrfect comforted. '���
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Kules $2,00 n day nml upwards. X
Ferguson Bros., Propriei ��rs. |
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Wc' Want Pepin Lots
To Supply the Demand
If you have a Lot in Ferguson or a worthy Mini:
property in the District write giving full particulai
We can placo three good Mining properties It satisfactor
See or write us before purchasing.
We can put yon next to pome of the
best buys In the distriot. Actual
Residence and oxperiefce in the
camp places ua in a position
to  give   yon    reliable    service.
II you desire to bny real estate or acquire mining Interests lo this district just drop nsu line. We will cheerfully  furnish  you  with  all  the  information  we can*
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���ieal Estate and
Ji'Jiniiii' Brokers.
Ferguson, B. C.
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FERGUSON
Is tlie	
The place where
the Mines are.-
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hiSa United flatters of North America
Worthy of Careful Consideration
By All Classes.
IT'S WHAT THS PEOPLE WANT
And the Old  Parties Are Unequal
to the Occasion.
To the Electors ofYale-Cariboo :
In requesting your support to ray candidacy
for the Dominion Houso of Commons, it is duo
to you that l give public expression to my
views on the several plankB of tho platform of
tho Independent Labor Party:
l. Compulsory education lias bocome a
recognized oocosaityin most countrioB and as
such liHsiny hearty endorsement.
'2,   Legal work day, 8 hours.
Modem Invention has so enormously InoreaS'
ed tho productive power of man that ills wants
I'nii be supplied with n fraction of tho time and
effort heretofore necessary for that purpose.
Labor as we'll ns capital sliould benefit by these
changed conditions. The 8-hour law is a step
in that direction and I shall heartily endorse
any legislation looking to that end.
it.  Government inspection of Industries.
Under modem economic conditions the management of industrial concerns figure on re*
. suits, not the methods by whieh they are to be
obtained. An oversupplicd labor market enables them to Impose on employes any conditions they may deem necessary. Protest as a
rule means dismissal from service and probable want to thoir little ones. In throwing the
strong arm of tlio law about those children of
misfortune you tire simply following the teach
Ings of the meek and lowly Jesus, who said
Buffer tho little ones to come unto me, for of
such Is the kingdom of heaven.
4. Abolition of con tract system.
Tho abuses that have grown up under tiie
contract system as outlined in the lirst Issue
of the Dominion Labor Gazette should convince
even the hide-bound partisan of the necessity
of thc enactment of such a law.
5. Public ownership of franchises.
Our experience in the control of the postal
department, public schools, public highways,
municipal lighting plants and (waterworks is
BUifleiont ground for tho extension of tho same
system to railroads, telegraph, telephone,and
express business. The experience of people in
New Zealand, Australia, Germany and else-
whorehaadcrnonsirated that these (unctions
can bejperformed by tlie government with a
vory great ndvantago to tho people and Imosl
heartily endorse legislation looking to that
cud.
5. Prohibition of Asiatic emigration and tlie
educational test.
Tlie presence here in large numbers of this
non-aasimllatlng race robs Canadian labor of
its birthright, Every Mongol'landing upon
our shores lessens rather than im reason our
population. Tlie white laborer which lie replaces would as a rule marry and settlu ainnug
us, increasing the population by ai luasl three.
This means lo tlio merchant les* m inths tu
feed, and less backs to clothe, to Iho doctor
less demands for his services, to the transportation companies less traffic, to the dentist less
teeth to fill, to the mechanic less buildings to
erect, to the real estate denier less demand for
property including loss force for Ihcsame, to
the farmer less salo for produce, to the newspaper man less papers to bo sold, to tho
preacher smaller congregatlona, and to the
hniilliliick fewer shoes to shine. Their presence
works injury to all branches of tho economic
system. I oppose tlieir cOmirfg here on the
game grounds I would ppposo the taking of
more passengers Into an open bon't already
loaded to the sinking lino in mid-Pacific.
livery Chinaman oceupylngn position hi domestic services interferes with the natural laws
as applying to the Industrial body, robbing onr
women of employment naturally belonging to
tbem to thc extent that for every Chinaman so
employed some one's sister or daughter Is
driven to prostitution, evolving a ra��o problem destined to breed sons of blood and that
will some day mantle tiie Canadian cheek
with abliHi for his roun try's shamo,
7. Abolition of child labor.
An economic system that drives the child
from lhe cradle to the factory to compote with
its own father is certainly the legitimate child
of an Industrial system having greed as its
basic principle. Legislation along l'nes opposed to this will receive my hearty support.
8, Abolition of tllO|200 deposit.
Under conditions whoro all are amenable to
the law and assume the responsibility of defending tho country's flag and institutions all
should he entitlod alike tn aspire to (he highest position In the gift of tlieir countrymen
Without being taxed for the privilege of .so do.
ing.   I would repeal that law.
ii.  Compulsory arbitration.
Compulsory arbitration as applied In Now
Zealand looms upon tho horizon of progress
not as a dream, but as a practical method of
reconciling the conflicting Interests of labor
and capital,and Is destined, l think, In the
near future, if applied, to prevent thoso period*
leal Industrial wars and lond a security io alt
branches of business such as Is Impossible
ttndor existing conditions and as quoh receives
my hearty approval.
10. Alleloctlo days lo bo mado public holidays,
l would also favor tho paosago of a law malting tho excrcls,-ni' the franchise compulsory
for tho following reasons: Pirsi -Mo.icy enn
and does ptmihuso tho vote* of iho drunkard,
tho sewer hog and criminal, the vote of the
Intelligent hut indifferent citizen would counterbalance this evil, nnd I believe J t Is as much
tho duty of every cttliton to poll his voto as h
Is to pay his taxes. Iu limiting thin a compulsory duty yon aro simply compelling liiin to do
that by tho ballot which hu Is already compelled to do by tho bullet���defend the
institutions of his country.
12    Abolition of the .Scuiil1.
I look upon the upper house as a useless ami
extremely annoying political luxury, as a
stumbling block to progressive legislation,
homo for political imbeciles, who teem to havo
resolved the'mWvoa Into a political Inqut
sitioii, who pounce .upon every progressive
measure that passes the lower house- btands it
as heresy and proceed to pronounce lliescn*
tence of political diminution upon all accordingly, flttd if any little effort I enniua[;ecan
assist in exterminating that aristocracy In
politics I can assure you It.will bo exorcise 1
with the greatest of pleasure,
Trusting that my Idea; on the several sub*
j-'fti will meet your/views, and tint l  will
ytfvSOL
THIS IS TIIE
UNION LABEL
of tlie t'nltral Hat.
Xortli Am-
When
*-'','\Si\ QflOfl.    Wben  you
i ... V'ii aro buying h PUB
\   \xv. II IT jlthor silt cr
Wmk
tiff, see  to  it  that
i the genuine UNION
' LABED is sewed in
it. If a retailer has
loose labels in his
possession ami offers to put one in a
hat for vou, do not
patronise him. He
has not any right to bavi
labels in retail stores are
listen to any explanation
no label. The Genuine U
ated on tho lour edges
postage stump. Coutc
perforated on throe of the
only On   two.     Keep a  ,
counterfeits.   Unprincipled manufacturers ar
using them In order lo get rid of their scah-
madohuts. The John It. Stetson t'o and llenrj
II. Koelofs, both of Philadelphia, Pa., me nonunion concerns.
JOHN A. MOFFITT, President, Orange, N, .1.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Hceretuiv, 477 Park Ave.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
i^^^^i^iM^^T^&^^^M:
Mining and Real Estate Brokers,
felts aro sometime
edges, and sometime
sharp lookout for th1
i FERGUSON
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Smoke Cigars
And at all times insist on the
box bearing THE BLUE LABEL:
It helps manufacturers to see the force
of paying fair and honest wages.
The Label Committee, C. M. I. U.
SMOKE
CIGARS
*��
UNION MADE  X
The Union Label
On everything you buy is a guarantee
that the producers thereof receive a fair
rate of wages for its production.
[N8IST ON HAVING THE LABEL.'
The Season of 1900 has been
an unparalleled period of
progress in the ���
See thut this Label is on all Clothing you buy.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Ferguson Packing
and Transfer Outfit.
HEADQUARTEIIS AT FERGUSON, ILL'.
Contracts entered into for packing of
Mining Supplies, etc., to any point
in the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work
undertaken guaranteed.
Freighting from Thomson's Landing
to Ferguson a specially.
S. DANEY, Proprietor.
AND SOO LINE.
STILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE
first Class S copers
On all trains from Rovolstoaoaud
Kootonay Und Ing,
ist Cars
Passing Dunraore Junction daily for
St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and
Huston, Mnndaya and ThursdayBtor
Toronto. Samo ears puss Revel*
stoke one (Iny earlier.
No Trouble to Quote Rates nnil Give;
You a   Pqlntcr  regarding   the    j
Eastern Trip You Contemplate taltiatj.
 i
Fall am! Winter Schedule fiffeetive!
For rates, tickets and.full Information
apply to        ��� ���'
,r. sroORKEBY, Agent Arrowhead;
T. W. BRADBItAWi Agt. Kevelstoke.
fl
��v.i'.avi)i:i;.-on,t.I'.a���1x;1,iSoii,h.c.
li. J. C0Yr.fi, A��st. Pass,A��t,| Vancouver', n. C.
r
Lardeau
District...
TheCommercial Centr
/���&    EA
and
Supply Point
FOR THIS ORE PRODUCING FIELD IB
THE PLACE WHERE TIIE MINES Al-
20 Miles of Railway is
all we need
TO ENSURE IMMEDIATE SUCCESS. THE TONNAGE IS
HERE, AND IF PRESIDENT SHAUGHNESSY CARRIES
OUT HIS INTENTION, THIS DISTRICT WILL HAVE RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION NEXT SEASON.       BUT THE
Time to Invest is Nov,
V ^
WHILE THERE IS TIME AND CHOICE.
There will be more ore shipped this 1
winter than all others combined.
Ferguson is the Nelson
and Rossland of the   I
Lardeau.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PRICES OF   LOTS, ETC.,  APPLY TO
W. N. BRAYTON,
General Agent.
-or-
HENRY FLOYD,
Local Agent
^SL^^x^^^l^is /br^imbbmmi \ ON THE WING ITEMS
Sandon is "wide open" once more.
There is as much snow at the Landing as here.
P. Nicholson is working at the Last
Chance mine in Sandon.
The New Denver Ledge is supporting the peoplo's candidate���Chris.
Foley.
Geo. B. Batho was in Revelstoke last
week, returning to tho pay roll contre
on Saturday evening.
Cummins & Co.'s storo will bo the
polling booth on Thursday Dec, Oth.
Vote early; and for Foley.
On Thursday last master Rohort
Kirkpatrick gave a pleasant afternoon
party to his school mates, the occasion
being his tenth birthday.
The Nelson Daily Tribuno reproduces more mining news of the Lardeau and gives more Kootenay mining
news than any paper in Canada.
J. W. Westfall, superintendent of
rainos operating in the Old Gold camp,
was in Rossland last week, after a season of heavy and steady work here.
Ed, J. Ward captured a ptarmagln,
a bird usually making its home in
snow clad mountain peaks, near J. C.
Kirkpatrick's residence on Monday
last.
A local entertainment, to be followed
by a dance, is on tho tapis. The funds
raised will be used for the purchase of
an organ for church and othor uses in
town.   Good cause.  Push it along.
The eight hour day has boen
enforced by almost all the cities and
towns of 'England. The government
of Norway has decided to introduce
the eight hour day in all public
institutions.
W. H. Jaekson, a prominent mining
tuan of Rossland, largely interested in
the Wide West, Black Bear, Canadian-
Lardeau and other companies operating in this district, has left for Toronto for a few months.
Made it your business to tell the
EAGLE about your mining properties.
Bring them to the notice of the outside world. It will help you and
assist the Eagle in fulfilling its duty
to the investing public.
Tho Vancouver Province claims a
circulation more than equal to both
the News-Advertiser and World. Now
if the Province would give tbe Lardeau
mines some notice occasionally its
future progress is assured.
* A good and practical reason why
you should advertise in the LAliDEAU
EAGLE. It has a larger circulation in
Ferguson, Trout Lake, Thomson's
Landing, Comaplix, Arrowhead, Camborne and at the mines than any other
paper in the world.
Well! There's no kick coming now
about not enough snow for rawhiding.
it snowed steadily here for neprly
three days hist week. The only difficulty will bo to break roads and
trails. Friday's mail was delayed
until Saturday noon. Sleighs and four
horse teams now hold tbe fort and
Lardeau ore is already on its way to
the Landing.
Weather prognostications are the
order of the day. "I tank sure dis
goin' to be one cold winter," said a
Frenchman the other evening. "Two,
tree days ago I como out Fire valley. I
see no beaver dams; beaver no build
high dis time; lay low and keep deep
in groun'. Dis sure sign we hav' cold
weoder, little snow. Bees, too, he no
build nest high up in tree; build on
gt'bun' an' low down. Dis 'nodder
sure sigh weador cold, little snow.���
New Denver Ledge.
Mil. FOLEV'8 POLITICAL AIM.
1. Free compulsory education.
2. A legal working day of eight
Injurs.
II. Government inspection of all
industries.
���I. The abolition of the contract
system on all public works.
5. The public ownership of all franchises, such as railways, telegraphs,
waterworks, lighting, etc.
fl. The abolition of Asiatic immigration, tbe application of the educational test and the abolition of inducements to foreign immigration to settle
in the Dominion.
7. The abolition of child labor
under 14 years of age.
8. The abolition of the $250 deposit
required of candidates for tbe Dominion house.
9. Compulsory arbitration of labor
disputes.
tn. Prohibition of prison labor in
IfiUiipetittUU .vitit free labor.
11. Compulsory exercise ol tbe (ran'
oblM.
Freight teams and rawhiders have
taken possession of the camp for the
winter.
The Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co., have
made an assignment, but expect to be
able to make a settlement.
It's a poor excuse for a man who
can't criticize a newspaper, but it
takes an artist to finance one.���Shakes-
pheare���nit.
The C. P. R. survey party is still
doing business here, despite the cold
weather. They are now working
between here and Trout Lake, down
Lardeau creek.
* Remembor that Lardeau people
cannot be reached by the daily newspaper. The Eagle is positively tho
only medium which actually reaches
every camp and mine in this district.
Lardeau people eat, drink and buy
clothes. Do you want to supply them ?
Write for further information.
ENCOURAGING NEWS.
A private letter received by the
Eagle from an Ontario mining man,
last mail, says: "We are all very
pleased to know that things are so
bright in your district. You will have
some great mines. You have them
now. Last week we sold 8000 treasury
shares which will be expended in the
spring in development of our Lardeau
properties acquired this season. We
have some big things on the way,
which will help your country."
T.A. Wilson, M.D., CM.
L. R. C. P. & S.   [Queen's University.]
Provincial Coroner, Etc.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ferguson, B. C.
Fred C. Elliott,
BARRISTER, NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.,
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B. C.
Tho Towser.
J. M. Skeaff, of the Towser Mining
Syndicate, Is expectld into camp this
week from Chicago to give further
instructions regarding the future operations of the Towser development.
Triune Ore to Smelter.
Andy Ferguson and Vince Lade will
leave in the course of a week, with tho
Triune ore, for Trail Smelter.
To Lardeau Patrons
Tlie CIGAR anil STATIONERY business
which I have been conducting in Revelstoke
optiosite the station, has been sold to J. W.
BENNETT. Thanking you all for your
past patronage and soliciting a continuance
tor ray successor, I remain, yours,
Chas. J. Amah.
M
ININQ
PROPERTIES
Reported on by..
PARMATER & Co.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNER.
To C. (.BENNETT:
Take notfee that I tho undersigned Co-owner
with you of tiie "Brer Fox" mineral elaim situated on the northwest .side of Haskins ereek
ami niiout three miles from its month and being a south-easterly extension of tne Fayal
mineral claim in the Trout Lake Mining Division, of west Kootenav, ln the province of
Mritlsh Columbia, havo informed and re-
eordol thc assessment work and niiirie tlie ex
penditure required to he done and recorded on
tho above mentioned elaim for the your IKSi'J
under sectional of tho Mineral act and the
year for whieh such work was performed and
expenditure made having expired I do hereby
give vou notice pursuant to seetion 4 of the
Mineral Act Amendment Act 1!HX), to contribute your proportion of sucli expenditure for
the year hereinbefore mentioned within 90
days of tho first publication hereof,
Dated at Trout Lake this 8th day of November, A. D. 1900.
37-49 PETER McVEIGH, Co-owner.
LAND NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that one month
afier date I intend to apply to tlie Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase 820
acres of land in the District of West Kootenav,
described as follows: Commencing at a post
marked ���'Jacob Smith's south-west corner,"
placed on the wost bank of the little west fork
of the west fork of tho Duncan rivor. about40
chains north ot the mouth of tiie little west
fork ; thence north 40 chains ; thenco east HO
chains; theneo soutli 40 chains; thence west 80
chains to point of commencement.
JACOB SMITH.
Ferguson, ��.<"., September "21,1WM. 31-38
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS
To LILLIAN HOAR, J.W, M. HOAR, R. 8.
WILSON and 0. D, HOAR:
Take notice that we tlie undersigned Co-owners witli Vou of the Jumbo, Florence, Union
.lack, Janadlan Boy, Indcpcndunt and Parrsboro mineral claims, situated on thc south
fork of the-Lardeau ereek in the Trout Lake
Mining Division of West Kootonay in tho
Province of British Columbia, have performed
and recorded the'assessment work nnd made
tlio expenditure required to be done and
recorded on the above'mentioned claims for
thc year 1800 as well as the ycius 1898,1897 aud
1890 under section 24 of the Mineral Act and
the years for which such, work was performed
and expenditure made having expired we do
hereby give you notice pursuant to Seetion 4 of
tho Mineral Act Amendment Act 190U, to contribute your proportion of such expenditure
for the years hereinbefore mentioned within
90 days of the first publication hereof.
Dated at Trout Lake this 20th day of September A. D. 1900.
II. M. CARTER,
J, C. KIRKPATRICK.
31-45 L. THOMPSON,   Co-Owners.
Harvey, McCarter $ Pinkham
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
OFFICES:    REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN.
Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada.
Goo. 8. McCarter. J. A. Harvey.
A.M. Pinkham.
Job Printing
You need It In your business, but vou want
lt done neatly and in an up to-dato style,
and of course at a moderate price. We can
furnish you with anything you need in the
nrintinn lino, hut to jog your memory will
mention Bill Head?, Statement*, Receipts,
KtmilnpoR, fetter Heads, HiMlnasH Card*
cl'Viiiy of which you nmybo in iuunodl.ue
need of.   Telephone or write
The Lardeau Eagle
White, Gwillim 4-Scott,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
OFFICES:   McKENZIEAVENUE,
Revelstoke, B. C
A.E. Holdich, M.C.M.I.,
ASSAYER AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
Revelstoke, B. C.
Methodist Church
Ferguson : Service' i'-i school house every
Sunday at 8 p.m   ^unday school at 2 p.m.
Trout Lake Cltv . Services In Forrester's
hall every Hdndayat 7:30 p.m. SundHy
school at 2:30p.m.
KEV. S. .1. GREEN, Pastor.
S. Shannon,
Assayer and Analytical
Chemist.
OFFICE:   VICTORIA AVE., FERGUSON, B. C.
FERGUSON AND TEN-MILE.
COMIIS k CO.
General Blacksinithing
and Repair Work���
Promptly attended to at moderate rates,
Horse shooing a specialty.
FKED. DESJAKD1NE.
G. FORDDRED
Boot and Shoe Maker
Miners' Shoes a Specialty.
Trout Lake and Ferguson.
When Thirsty
Drink
Enterprise Beer
All Lardeau's leading hotels handle it.
Manufactured by the
Enterprise Krewlng Co.,
Kevelstoke, B. C.
Imperial Bank
-fl**-*-���   of Canada,
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, ��2,5O0,O00.tX).
CAPITAL PAID UP . . $2,if*,no:t.oo.
REST      ��1,700,0(10.01).
General Banning Business Transacted
Interest Allowed on deposits in Savings
Department at current rates.
A. R. BTHEARN,
MANAGER REVELSTOKE BRANCH.
: FIELD 4 BEWS,
���   Druggists
Chemists     (g
Stationers
!a',p��.y! REVELSTOKE.:
If you need anything in
Photographic
Supplies...
Send to the
CANADA DRUG St BOOK CO.,
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ,   .   ���
ARROW LAKES, B. C.
The most complete resort on tho continent
of North America. Situated midst scenery
unrivalled for grandeur. Boating, fishing
and excursions. Resident physician and
nurse. In telegraphic communication with
nil parts oi the world. Two mails arrive and
departovory day. Its baths euro all nervous
arm muscular diseases Its waters heal all
kidnev, liver and stomach ailments. Its
baths and wators are a sure remedy against
all argentiferous poisons. TERMS: 915 to
918 per week, according to residence in hotel
Post Office ��tore
FERGUSON, B. C.
A solid investment and daily dividends by buying your GROCERIES
and PROVISIONS from us.   A new stock just in. . . .
-mwowoo-
BATHO & CO.,
Don't Send to Eastern Sweat-Shops for
Goods until you try the
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Send for Prices, samples and particulars
. . . Bourne Bros.
C. B. Hume & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
��*��    General Merchants....
Heaviest Buyers in North Kootenay.
Revelstoke:
Branch at
Trout Lake City.
HIGH CLASS
TAILORING
ami dENTB' FURNISHER,
- REVEISTOKE, B.
ti. G. PARSON
Wholesale   Dealers in
... Wines, Liquors and Cigars...
The Beat Hoods Only.
Stock Liu-Re aud Complete.
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
YOU MUST BECOME A PAID-UP READER OF "THE EAGLE."
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