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812.12
THB RAIII.E IS MORE WIDELY
aiROOLiiTED THAN ANY OTHER
NEWSPAPER IN NORTH KOOTENAY - IT WILL BE FOUND AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDI I'M.'
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Vol.'-"III. No. 37
Ferguson,  B. C,   October 24th,  1902.
$2 a Vear
From Lardeau  District
and Over Province
DOWN TOJIJM
More Legitimate Development
Done in 1903 than in Previous
Years. There is no Wildoattmg.
Owners Have Conflidenoo.
British Columbia mining is all
right and thn Liirdeaudlsti-lcl Is particularly guild That Is the opinion of
those who have been carrying on mining us a legitimate business in tlie
Kootenr.ys. Silver and lead mining
with the present prices for tboiie
metals tines not pay big dividends, but
the present low prices will not long
prevail, Mining ull over tho Koulenay
is mm' dot. ii tu a business bttsis and
when tliu prices reach a point where it
will pny to work the big mines, the
provinco will make a good comparative showing with other mining countries.
In-the Lardeau there was more _>'*>-
ten,.iiiu mining development in 10(12
than in any prevluus year. There was
no wllduattlug and assessment work
wis done in every instance tbat waa
brought to our notice, In'a way thut
showed that owners bua confidence in
their property and wished to reveal to
themselves and others what their leads
eontuiued. The seasou's work has
in must all instances brought good
results und we may luok lu see fruit,
reaped from their lui.ur oven next
year.	
llli.cn In Oil Inventor*.
Considerable excitement Is reported
to huvo been caused at Crowley, La.,
by Iho statement that diamonds had
been dlscovuretl in the oil well uf the
Crowley Oil and Mineral Cumpnny on
mtiiuu prairie* at a 'depth of 1,1U0 feet
Dr. P. It. Martlu, one of the stuck-
holders brimelit some of the supposed
gems to town aud a jeweler piunuun-
ced liiein equal tu lliu famous South
African diumuuds. The sleue will be
sent to an expert and if they prove to
bo the genuine article the company
will abi'iiduii the hunt for oil and dig
for diamuiids.���Petroleum.
Sir Wilfrid Limner's Hoturu.
Otttvwa, Oct. 18.���Sit- Wilfrid Laurier got a.'magnificent reception on his
arrival here tonight. Despite tbo
puuring rain hundreds assembled at
tho station and cheered the premier.,
Tho mayor and city council of Hull
and Ottawa were present. Sir Wilfrid
was conducted to tho city hall which
was packed to the doors. Addresses
wero read from both cities.
The premier, iu his reply, said that
no matter what his future lot might be
Ottawa wuuld be bis home, aud ho
buped to do his utmost to udd to tlie
natural attraction of the city. He had
come back more of a Canadian ibau
ever. He had returned to work tu
curry ou tbe uuties uf prime minister
True, ne had nut been in good health
in Europe, but it wus nuw pretty good,
and ho hoped be would be equal tu tbe
tasks tbat lay before bim as leader of
the government. Ho referred to the
uuroiialiuu of tbe King, and the tlel-
iberulions uf tbe eonferreueu uf prime
ministers, and said thut shortly be
buped tu discuss the questions oil
whicli they deliberated. Sir Wilfrid
concluded by a brief address iu French
and with cheers fur the Kin-/ and
Premier the proceedings terminated,
Notwithstanding Sir Willrid Laur-
ter's assurances uf guild health, every
pursue wus struck with tliu marked
chunge in four muutiis. He is undoubtedly  a vury sick mail.���Colonist.
Rich Oil Fields Ready
For Development
A RICH   CANADIAN  ASSET
Canada May in a Pew Years be
on Top in the Produotion of
Oil. Vein of Oil Uncovered in
Texas Extends to Canada.
(HllUVIlulv'H Hull Il.illiiit.il.
Tuesday afternoon ut Trout
Lake tlie now Oiidfullows hall was
formally dedicated tu the order. Tho
ceremony wus very impressive
throughout and was conducted by the
grand muster of toe Od.iMli.wsuf li.
C. (rum Victoria, assisted by Dan McLennan, Noblu Grand Muster and
head ui the building commlttco, T.
Taylor, M. P. 1'., Grand Marshall,
Kev. a, J. Green, Grand Chaplain,
Peter Culkeen, Grand Wurdun, and
Jaok Luugstull', ni. SHuiiuou, Jim Curry
and Jack Scuit, Heralds, while Mrs.
3. J. Green presided at the organ.
Tho Od.lfellows nuw havo a first
class hall und It is a credit to the
town of Trout Lako. The lodge
will meet in tho second, storey whilo
the front roums in the lower storey of
tho building will be used for unices,
nt the buck a large hall for balls,
concerts, etc. Tho hall Is plastered
throughout and lilted up In tho most
approved' modern stylo. A number
of people were preset from Ferguson.
Tho cabinet decided on Tuesday 14
that thorn will be no holiday on Nov.
Ii. Instead u proclamation will bo
issued fixing the celebration of the
Clog's birthday lor .May 24th.
Kluft's SyuiiiHtlii'ltu Act.
King Edwurd iu Ins numerous acts of
kindness und ubarlty is nut a muii tu
let ills leit hand know what his right
huud dues. As uu iusluueu litis slur>
is luld t'j u Deesiue uurrespuuueut:
Tiie King recently learned lhat a
yuung man, William Donald, employe"
in Euiuuur*-,!], had come lu his iiul-
murai estate, hopelessly ill of the
sallie trouble tbruugli which tlie King
recently pussed, tu bo nursed by his
niulher. The King sent his pbyaiciuu,
Sir Junius lieiu, lu ascot-lulu if anything could be dune, b.t the guut
d uclur fuuud hitnsull unable lu du an*,
thing. 'Ihu Kuig then visited the
eoituge himself, saw the youth anil
expressed his deup sympathy for him.
Then he luld Mrs. Duuuld that the
nurse who hud attended lum ihruugh
his s.riuus operation and illness was
s*,il! wilh him, and thut he wuuld sun.
her every duy lu dress ber suno
wounds, and muku him cumfuitable;
also lhut a waler bed wuulubeseul
frum liulmural Caslle. He added il
he could suggest anything lo please
bim it would bu carefully attended to.
Aid Fur Por_*u_t>n'H Hospital.
The miners aud business men. of
Ferguson huvo united to erect a hospital hero. This Is an absolute necessity as there is nu place In which wt
can properly care fur a sick man whu
dunt happen to have a home of Ills own.
There bus been about*. 1,5110 subscribed
towards tho hospital locally aud the
Eatflu has been requested to receive
subscriptions from outside points whieh
will bo acknowledged through the
columns of tho Eagle euch week.
There is Something like $1,500 mure to
ralSH aud wu bopo that thoso who bave
mude money in this camp will remember those who work away from the
comforts uf older communities und send
alung a liberal sum to help In the guud
work. Tbe hospital will be owned and
operated by tho members of Lardoau
Miners'Union. Address all subscriptions to thu Eaglo.
The Simllkameen Valley Coal Company have reached a dopth of 1000 feet
with their diamond drill and they will
go still deeper. They have discovered
two workable seams of coal, four and
six feot wldu respectively at a Aepth of
about 700 feot, the seams being divided
by a thin layer of shiile. This Is a
bituminous coal and good for stove,
furnace or cooking purposes.
From tho far off Athabasca district
of tho Northwest, says thc Canadian
Journal of Commerce, comes a report
this week of the existence thero of oil
sufficient fur tho lubricating needs nf
thc Dominion for the next century.
Wheat and cattle will, therefore, nor
bu thu only attractions lu keep the
ambitious luud seekers headed tiurtl,
oven after they cress the Albabaseu
river.
Pruminont oil experts have long
been uf the opinion that within a le.,
years Canada will be _/great factor as
au oil producing cuuutry, und n
comes a statement from Dr Marlon S
Churched, one ol thu oust known
chemists un the Pacific coast, that he
has knowledge ul the fuet that tin
vuin ut oil thut hus beeu uncovered in
i'exus auu uluug in Culiforuia un Uu
Puciiie cuusl, extends Into Canudiun
territory, whieh he btlieves Lu cumuli.
tliu real suurce uf all Ihu great ull
supply of ihu United Status.
-'The fuet Is not generally known,"
says thuductur, ''except m u lew cuui-
mureiul centres, lhat lhe Canadian
Northwest is a great oil storubousu,
capable uf supplj lug thu whule cuullu-.
eut with fuel fur tbe life uf several
guueraiiuus. 1 have lived iu the
Canadian North west, for the lust ill,
years, und 1 have carefully studied the
oil questiun iu lhut lime, especially ur,
it applies Lu the supply east uf Vutieou-
ver, 1 am cuuviuced that thu great
busiii between the two chums of Mountains, the Sierra chain aud the Houkles
coutaius a lake uf petroleum of inexhaustible quality, und while it cau
Dover bo refined tu the point whore
it will bu vuluublu as the common
keroceue uf cummerce, its value as a
fuel and lubricant is priceless. Opticus
on hundreds uf thousands uf acres ut
ull aud mineral lauds have been purchased by Atuerlcuu agents of someoil
company wilbiu the lust few months.
Dr. Churchull is an enthusiustic advocate of the use uf oil us lucl. Hu bus
analyzed Ihcull cruppings uf western
Canada, and finds Iho quality tu be the
same as Unit ui the Texas uil. It
makes due fuel fur steam engines.
In OWlnff Away Watches.
In prosecuting its plan to build up
tho largest circulation in the Kootenay.
and incidentally, inobservance of lis
seventh unnivcrsury. the Trail Creek
News IS giving to ouch nuw siihscrioer
a watch. It Is nut a full jeweled 13
karat gold watch, but it is a neat perfect running time piece. It is guaranteed for ono year and if it fails to keep
accurate time during thut period it
will bo exchanged for a new ono. The
guarantee Is that of Iho largest company of watch dealers in the Uuited
Stales. The subscription to tho News
is $2 per yenr, upon receipt of which a
watch will be forwarded, together with
tho Trull Creek News for ono year.
Remittances should be forwarded by
express or postal order to Trail Creek
News, Trail, B. C.
I'uor Hoy llfti Bent Chance.
In tho world ot success the poor boy
has tho advantage over the rich boy
every time. Those who havo studied
tho careers of the children of both
rich and poor havo come to this conclusion, Tho boy who has to struggle
for his foothold from the outsot is tho
boy who, if he takes advantage
of his opportunities develops abilitv
und self reliance and character, and is
thus on the high ruad to successful-
manhood.     ...
Financial institutions in applying to
United Statos colleges for young men
to servo them. State that they prefer
graduates who havo hud to work their
own way through college.
Andrew Carnegie in his ''Empire of
Business maintains that tho youth
with tho borilugeof .early poverty is to
be envied rather thun the young mun
who is bequeathed millions. Ho points
out that the men of mark in tho world
havo come up frum the bottom runy
of the ladder and that few rich men,s
sons ever amount to much.
So, youtig man, if you aro hating a
strangle to get on in life, he glad of it!
And take cure that yuu make thc very
obstacles ill your path Instrumental to
your real progress! Let your very
difficulties act only to develop your
moral and mental muscles! Ii you do,
yuu will, given equal ability to begin
with, pass and distance the rich boy
that you once thought had such ,i
-tart of vou.
Men Returned to Work
Temporarily,
SUBMITTED TO ARBITRATION
Matter Submitted to a Commission.
An Early Adjustment Hopeti
Por. The Men Have Woi-
Uriiversal Sympathy.
Toronto is In tho throes of aturkoy
famine as well as a coal famine.
}"�����tir_- fui iltullh's Suite.
We u!I eut more than we require,
ami this daily repeated superfluity
leads to stnuglness. In a more prirot-
iIvq state of society meals wero mure
irregular and ,tliu amount of food tat-
Ii3d more ivith iho effort expended in
obtaining it. Now we eat, because it is
it meal time; to many ol us cut not by
rule. hut. to repletion, whilo probably
.ill uf us eat again bofore we are really
hungry, Day after day a little more
is taken tl an is used, and this excess
either disturhes thc liter ur teases thu
-touiueh or circulating u hyperplastic
blond, leads tu torpor, or sometimes is
put out by���out of harms way fur the
time, hut much to the distress of the
oalient later on���in the form uf fat.
rims wu never have an opportunity uf
striking a proper balance between
intake and output unless we fulluw the
wise maxim uf thc church and fust
once a week���nut merely absl.aiuini
from the muru toothsome dclicies. but
lasting honestly even tu emptiness and
discomfort.���London Hospital.
London, October 1,5.���United States
Gen. Young hits secured the concent of
Karl Roberts and Mr. liroderick to a
plan tu send a dozen uf the hest nun-
enmmissiuned officers tn tho United
Stales in order lhat they may give an
exposition of gymnastic training that
is uow curried out in tiie British service. Tho war office will pay tho expenses uf thu British soldiers!
Gen. Yuung hopes to be able tu get
the war department at Washington to
s.*nd a duzen United States non-'eotit-
inissloned ofllcers to England to study
English gymnastic drill methods.
Gen. Young said to a representative
of the Associated Press: "The gymnastic exhibition which wo saw ut
Aldershot beats anything in lhat lino
in our country. The men who took
part in il, were non-commissioned officers qualifying as gymnastic instructors. I feel sure thut uu interchange
of experiences in this branch of military training will be of mutual benefit.
Earl Roberts receivod my suggestion
with regard to tho British soldiers
guing tu the United Statos and picked
out thc tuam with tho greatest enthusiasm."     ^^
Humors are current tbat Sir Wilfrid Laurier is about to resign as premier. Rumour also has it that J. I.
Tarte, .Minister of Public Works bas
resigned. Evidently something is going to drop,
Tho great Anthracite coal strike i>
settled ut lust. A commission of si;
pel-sons, with, a seventh, Carroll D.
Wright, us recorder will adjust tht
differences between operators ahtl
miners. President Miehell, of tb<
Miner's Union will takotho necessary
measures tu call thu strike off. The
president will urge immediate resumption uf mining, and operations are
expected tu begin next ween. Tin.
announcement that, tho great strike
was off was made by secretary Ruoi
with exuberant guoil humor at tht
White Houso shortly aftur 1 o'clock.
Organized labor has a ropnesentative
un the commission in the person of E.
E.Clark, grand chief of thu order oi
Hallway Conductors, named as a socio-'
lugist. The president added Bishop
Spalding, uf Illinuiso to thu list uf the
livo members selected by tbe operators.
Aa named tlie commission is perfectly satisfactory tu tbe miners v-w.
operators. The assent id tho minor*
was given through President Michel;
and Mr. Sargeant, commissioner of
immigration, and of tho operators
through Messrs. Hubert Bacon ant!
George W. Perkins.
Tho Ihiiil outcome followed a series of
conferences beginning with two in tin-
day wilh Mr. Mitchell and two in the
night with Messrs. Bucuu and Perkins.
Events moved quickly at last, the
president being determined on a
speedy settlement. The eummissiui;
will assemble in a few days and choose
a chairman, probubly General Wilson.
���Miner.
Arrowhead to Havo a Saw 91111.
T. Ludaate tho well known Sound
lumberman, who became famous over
Deadman's Island at Vancouver apt!
Angus McLeod uf Bracobridge, Out..
one of tlie leading lumbermen of thc
east visited Arrowhead recently ami
have decided to build a saw mill a:
that place ,1. A. Taylor, of thu town
had been procuring limber limits fo*
them un Arrow lakes, lie hud secure,!
200,000,000 feet of timber convenient!,'
near tho lake. Logging operation!
will shortly bo begun. Thu saw mil'
will be uf thu bund saw pattern which
makes liner lumber than thc circular
saw und Is mure economical savin-:
nne hoard in five. The mill will hav-
a capacity uf 25 000,000 feet a year.
To Now Suhsnrlber-..
-.2.SO will procure for you thc Lar
deau Eagle and Montreal Family Hoi
aid and Weekly Star together will*
two beautiful pictures���"Purity" b;.
Austin Asti, size 22x28 inches and
"Olino" by Prank Stolnburg, size 22 s-
;28 inches, or .2.50 will bring you the
i Lardeau ��� Eagle and Winnipeg Froe
Press, weekly, and pictures eacb
month, thc lust being "A Proud Moment" by K. Martimer Lamb, _
sportsman's picture painted by r
Bportsmitu.
Winnipeg is experiencing a   voo;.
! famine.     All cars arc engaged taking
out wheat  and   none can be procured
for wood, Lardeau Bagle
have   the   iitiviitioti  of the   P.   0.
department ul once.    Over a month
has now   pis-ed  and  yet   nothing
definite   bas  been done lhat we are
aware lit. If  anything is to he done
' ] this  year  a  move   should he made
T.ldny at KiTxinun, n. 0��� prelly   soon, lor the holiday season
oy i.
p q   WOODWARD, is approaching when there will be a
'    '        vi,,,,, miibe .a��n,.-j. ,HrSe  increase   of   business  and il
_         _   the present condition ol   the   postal
"TT!.,_.i������ u.,...     f-'J"! per annum, to service   is   not improved,    serious
___.erlptlt.it KHt��s:     _���*-,. (.   six ,non,h_,   ,                , .
,ov aMromin Awerie*;   !;"        -���   ._.. ������ inconvenience will      he    caused,
pis a year tu tor_l|*n ad. ����-*-"�����������   ���'"'*'""'
B��pc.r. | The   people of the LurdeHU Would,
I'aWNl.tHl sv.ry
mwtiuiu all eorresp.il
Thu K��i ���!�� Job department | we   believe, be
mm th	
it.*,I In North Kooteuayi ax
��� 4 **,o*-d work anil promptness.
j���_ i-rintitus   po nu 'a"hi"��ffi��rtK5r" ��������������"���"*���"�� *lui,e satisfiedtfiitil
tfSS'tfiKp-ffiSa^^^ if  �� tri-wcckly service were
given us between here and Nelson,
and certainly this is not too much
to ask.
Adve-ti-lutJ Baio-i JMjyly   *'"*' ���"* *'-"���
sal.
tfisso rates.
LeRHl ails., 12
iu_uiiii_ notices 10 conls.nor .1 IB�������;"'""�����
*,,���c.*l,= lueUiP=rm<.,,^rs JJJgJggi
line for em'
mures 10 PO'
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hlriy duy
��nis i#r (n.iti|iHrielj line
*iiU  \>vr lino (or t-Hfli
Wmliux nnures IU rem.*.  -.���-_. ���_,   -.
Jinoty Art IurhI duUim:*, ?!��.. sixty davit, ��.:��;
Wriy duy-s.l-j.    Nu net*. Rl'Cepteti �� ���> ��->���*�� than
four weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
F1UIUY. OCTOBER 2t. 191-2.
��� t.'J_!_J-___-!.i--_;J^U SSS-S* _L.'-.,   sss.
TBAXKSGIVMG
Like most other towns all over
Canada Ferguson had no turkeys
on the 17th for the citi2ens lo
enjoy the time honored custom of a
turkey dinner. Nevertheless
believe the people ol Ferguson paid
as much deference to the day, wer.-
inst as thankful.for the blessings of
the past season as they would have
been had they partaken of a turkey
dinner. Seldom have the people of
Canada, aye of the world, seen the
holiday come around when they
have had as much to be thankful
for as they had this year. Outside
of the great coal famine in the
liastern States which in itself looked disiisterous and had already
wrought untul*.suireriii*_, th?*people oi' 'tlie wocl.d, cj.iiiitriiiv.'ly
speaking. Ha-i'muchjo l.e ih.tnkl.il
for.   ;    '    ' ''���������'  ' '
In ynr own D.jininioii Ih���*i*;.; was
safely garnered an unprecedented,
wheat crop, for which a good fair
[trice wus being realized . All
strikes of any magnitude were settled; there was wotk at a good
wage for every man in the land, and
except, perhaps, for a lew isolated cases, peace and plenty
reigned in the homes of our tair
Dominion. Loyal subjects all over
the great British Empire had especial reason to be thankful on the
day that was observed for Thanksgiving, in that King E.iward VII,
whu had been so near to death, had
been crowned and better, was restored lo health. This was good
lor his subjects if for no other
reason than lo insure a wise rule
nnd a settled condition of affairs
throughout the empire yet for a
time.
Another important reason we had
to be thankful was for terms of
peace having been signed in Pretoria. The great South African
war ended, bloodshed stopped, and ,
our gallant soldiers, many of whom -
had been away lor two years fight-1
ing for their King, had returned to
their homes and to their loved ones, j
Thus we say that the people of
the civilized world in general:
and the people of Canada;
in particular have much to be thank-.
ful for at this time, the closing
months of iqo_. I
Ttiers is unly one best tuluins Journal.
Thai Is
Mines and Minerals.
It Iihh n larger c.r.'Ul.itiai. limn any two other
American tinning journal-. b-eauite it ts tbe
best. It In the largest, bent illustrated and
hnudsomt-st mining journal it), tlie wold. It
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Copy Address MINES AND MINKKALS, Scran-
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THE   KIRGUSON J
SAW AW
PLANlffG
MILLS
>f-
Notice of Dissolution of
Partership
I j��ive notica that the partnership
heretofore oxlMini*. between myself
und 1 villi Edson under the linn name
nf MvDunell & Edson is dissolved by
inc.
Dated Sept. 16th, 1.02.
A. J. MoDonell.
Inforiuutluu Wanted,
Anybody knowing the whereabouts nf
Joe Churchill, a miner, will confer a
great favor by'corresponding with the
undersigned:
Mrs. J. ft. E. Churchill,,
���*,..'���'     ���'���*.���        Wttlalua, Oalin,
(>      .   '*-.,' Hawaiian Islands.
Toll a
HU .Me,;
1W. Earner?
If so ��hv not invest -ome of your
earnings lo meet a possible rever*
of fortune..   For a safe, profitable
investment there is nothing heni-_
accumulation    policy    in   the
NEWYORKIMINSURANCECO.
This is a purely mutual company
and all its assets, surplus and earnings belong to its policy holders.
For rate.-, etc., apply 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,
PROPHJETORS.
-The Townsite of
FERGUSON
The Pay-Roll  Centre of the
Rich   Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
in on the Ground Floor
It
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&
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m
A. YEND.
H. BUFF.
ln September the business men
of Ne'son. bucked strongly by the
press of Nelson nnd ihe Lardeau
brought pressure to bear on the
I'overntncnt to have n daily mail
service, established between NM-
sua 'J'' Ferguson vis. Trout Lake.
The n.fitler Wot luln-ii up by \V.
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TIX VEW IDEA PUBtXIHIWC CO.
Ill Bnadway, ��tw T��k, If. T.
ESSSSSSSSSSSSS3nSS____ES
Kaslo
Brewing Co.
Mnnnfarturerfi   of   hlah   rlaM
ileer and I'ortcr,   We make it
Specialty ot Bottled Porter.
Keg and Bottled
.Beer
li prime'stuff.
Mail ordon receive prompt attention.
YEND & RUFF, ,
Proprietors^
KASLO,      -      -      -      B. O.   '
w
ATCHMAKER
and JEWELER
a rmsT ciass line of
WATCHES
CLOCKS
AND
JEWELRY
.
All, KINDS OF WATCH
AND JUWI.I.IU* ItEPAIItINO
James V. Reeves,
Ferguson, B. C.
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Kotlce.
Any tlrdft'eliaok tsmipil at tlie Oreat W*.atprn
Mitiep. I.til., or Silver l'U|> Mines. muNt 1)0 pre
aonl.d for pnvmi'iit at thn ntinve cnnipanle.
eOgei by tho mon lorwhom lt l�� iuuad.
The Lirdeuu is the richest
known minint; district in British
Golurnhia 'and the mines, particularly those about Perguson.
Contain liirue quantities ol ore
being bin as we" *>��� rich. Several
new properties will ship
ore during the coming year and
ihe town is sure lo douhle
in size Buy a lew loi. now
before ihe effect of this year's
progress sends them up, mayhap beyond your reach.
i
>	
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
For Further Information Apply to
,���-������*������  ������ i '        ..
Henry Floyd
General Agent,
Revelstoke. B* C.
mssmnamBf
^^t^l^l^l-^-^i^>^^si^i^si^^
-UNDKB NSW MAN10E.MENT-
^^\THE
Prospectors* Exchange
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANDINO, B. C.
i
i
��-w-w-w-*>r**x-w***rw'*r��rwT*1t
TABLES SDPPLIED WITH THE
��� ���BEST IN THE MARKET*.*
���THE CIIPICEST OP WINES*
���-��� LIQIJUKS ANU CIO.1KS ������
Everybody
smokes
A
Our Special
-AND-
T h e Union
CIGAR
Thej are all Unlo , made anil of lhe*
bent Havana Tohncco innney fan
bur. Try one and aatlxfy >*uur��olf
aa to thoir quality.
Union Cigar
Factory, H.Av
Brown, Prop.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up the Queens. .Good accommodation
..Best ol service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
W   JEST WINKB, LIQHOW *NDCIOARS. FE8T��'tUSINE BKItVIdBl  *i
t*    FINELY EQUIPPED BAR* REFITTED AND KKFCR.NISHED.
-f> BEST ��2.00 A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LAKDEAC DISTRICT.
Hotel Lardeau
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
W   NEATLT FURKISHED,
^t    WELL U011TED AND HEATED ROOMS.
HEADQUARTERS FOE MINERS
AND MINING MEN....
CONVENIENTLY
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE.   ��.
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wk
1
��� i Notli-i. l'i Ofllnqtlittit ("..-Own.'r.
To.s T. Mi'.'u'l, or -vlittm*iiwvor h" muy h-ive
trrtinferro'l hi.-* iiiKT'st In ills Prhiiw F ��<���-
tlim No iliniiierftl uhiin sftunted on Hrown
etwek. in tliD I'r-iui Ukt> Minim. Division.
West Kn-iKJii'iy Olmrlet nl K, U,
Yon nr�� h-reby imt.H-'l th it JIihvo expend*
ed iUM in ui) *r iinrl tniprot-enientH utiou ihfl
Hbit..: ni(.'u MiOt'il frnottotlftl riMit-m. olalm
HlU'io Inly UU 1'JiU, imilttr iii... iiruvinloim *>i the
MIihtaI Vet, nml if tvitlini Hii'lays from,the
4..'e nt this n itfca ymi fritl or rufuau tu ponirl*
bun your proportion of f lie nbiive mentioned
sum, whl-'Ii >s now il.it" together' with nil
.jo.-., of mit'tiriistoK. vour initr.-st In the said
L'liihn will betonm ilio propurty of tlie under*
jlttrtfiil  u i'Iim  HPi'tton  I uf thu "Mini'nil   Act
Aiiiamlnient Ant Iimi.
..Html nt F-,*ryu.*.ou, B.C., thia 17tb day ol
��� oi-lobtT, IMJ.
C o Woodtflw.
NoMi'e,
Notlco In hereby jrivun thut 80 duy* after d*te
I iil-finl   lo   HT'ply to lh'* il*iil   i tilef''oinnilv
���loner uf Lmid-i nud Work* fur n npei.iiil lice tine
tu cut mil oarrynrt'iil* timber from the folio*-
injr .deduiibed UinN in rtesi Koutuilftyt (Join*
ritenr.itig nt a po*.t plunte-l aiioat uue-nn-l n-
iliuirter miU'.s h>uiIi oi Ferguson nnd marked
"B. J. Ciiiniaitu Bonth*VVest i (truer Post,
Oct. lath, )!*���_-," thence north 80.-hi.imi, thence
tast Sit.'iiiiui.s. tli-unireM-iutlj ��0 chainx, thence
west *.Oc!i'.ii.f io puint of eomiQeumtineut
Diiiod oc* mil, Wi.
B J. CUMMINS.
Notlee*
Notice ts hereby ��i van thut 30 days after date
I Intend to apply to thc Hon. chiuf Commissioner of Land- nnd Works for a Kt-oriiil ll'rnxe
to cut and curry affiflj4 timtwrfrom the follow,
ing itHcrlb-d laudi in west Kootenay: Coin-
wcticltig ai a i-ost pluntcl about oue>at.d->a<
��� i-i'uarter ini-t's south ol FurtfUHOtt and marked
"B, J.' ummiiir. H< tuth* East Vomer Post. Oct.
,18th. IftKi'" ttientte north ��o chains, thence
west SO tthtiin-t, tiicii'-e oouthSUchitlm,, theuce
cant So ch iu- to |��i|ni uf coiumanuftmcnt.
Dated Oct. lb, mi.'-
r��.j. CUMMINS.
International
Correspondence
Schools,
-smt ANTON,
PA
Olves fti-.|-uctJ"U by mailln the folloH*
iui siibki -ti- -f-jitia'ilijrtl emti'ii'-nri-ii_'.
m chani.'Rl dravlnif, RleutrlciU engineer*
lun.telegraphy wlopuntiy, sanitary plumb-
itit,'. he-ititig tnd vetitiUifon, civil etij_.ni-
eerhi.;, arfii1 tr*._i .i**", architccturil d twin* shunt metal pattern drafting, lettering
inl Hiifii painting, ornament ttl (le-r<i.-._
b.i��k kaephu. -oxing-Apsy, milling, smelt-*
ing. nii'Ull .��������_;/. Iiydnxntirallurgy, electro-
lltiifMDiitK'*. PVerich, tiLTiiiau, Spanish.
Vend for f.ei! uttatogae,
111 per Ceil, di-t.-ount by cutting out thlt
ad, aud cn-villin^ before end of month.
W. II. McDOIIUALL, Locul Agent,
Nelson, U. V.
BAGLE HALL
on second floor in Eagle bl
Ferguson. B. C.
f
Open for engagement foi
day or night meeting
at reasonable rental.
_ Write or call on
B. 0. WOODWARD,
Proprietor.
m. B. C. ASSAY & CHB.MI-
CAI. 8U1TLY lO. 'to*
VANCOUVER, II. (J.
MemlqiJ-lrttT!* lor AM-ay^r., Itlluliir
A Mill -ii'ipll.-a. H.ilu -.cents In B.
i'. Iit Mutf-riii rrutilble to., HiUi-tPM,
EtiKliiti'l; t. W. Hrmiii A l'o.'�� I'ntciit
CrtKflKliriltlUfltl, Huriiei-.olcj v\ ro. A jtiw-
worttt tk ' o.'k Kitie HhIhiuth, etc.-i'ti*.
WENTS
[PROMPTLY 5ECUREDI
. Write for our Interesting borka " levcnt*
Of'* Help" an I " How you ere nlndlrd."
Bend us i rough -xketrb t r model of year la-
tention or improvement and wewllltellyou
free our opini- n aa to rhtthcr It 1* p otwbly
jAtenWlile. RejectedappHcatlorchnvi-ofien
beeu sHrceMfully fircie^uted by u��. We
conduct fully equipped offirea In Montreal
and W-hltiftton; tm**qiinHfies us to promt t*
ly dispatch work nnd qiilcklv a cure l'-itcntu
ai brotd aa the uventiun. Highest references
fiiniKhed..
PHfentt procured throigbfMarion h Marion rec- Ive ep*-clel notice without charpe in
over i��i n'Wapapcn distributed throughout
the o minion. ,
Specialty:���Pate-l buslneta of Mmufae-
tureraiiUcfUngineerA.
MARION St MARION
Patent Cx|t��rt-i ��nd Solicitor*.
N}in*H~.. / New Vork Ute Bid'*, n��*_��-��l
_���-**_J 1  Atl.itk H4.H,VVMbrn-*t->nP.C,
THE   NliW AND ONLY
MAP
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Including the Finn Creek ramp
and Upper Dune u Kivcr section, compiled hy A. K CuiiimfnK, P. L8,,nntl h
hjjannoii. h. -*., is now on Hale ut this
6Rlc-j. The road)' Mule of the nmp is
proving ull wo tmve mnM for it. Tho
Troul i-iiki'divi-dou In lilhugrnphcd In
blHck,thr> l.xrdfHU in retl.and the .Ainsworth in lliu-. kvch a tenderfoot could
ttiku a copy of this map nnd find any
claim worded In the three division)).
The mountHine, lakes, crceltN. wagon
muds, irnilH, lUrvcyud railway routes,
end the local Ion and narac(hv auuiqtio
index) of erery mineral claim in the
dimrtctiM shown.
Next   to ' Visiting   the   Country   l��
Person This Map Takes First Place*
in fart eveiy geographical
feature is co well define tbat uuu can
aee at a gJari-n the nature of our country
and *hc trend of tbe elaim locations
i .gives nn Infuilltfiblu idea of tbe mineral
belts running through the camp. Ills
certainly   .,
The   Best  Worth   Por   One  Dollar
ever offered iu tho map line of a mining
ciiiup. It Is the first complete map of
the diMrii'tHud is selling well. It isjusi
what you are looking lor. WE a __..*������*>
u a vis a vm maps mounted on
LINEN, WITH A OOOf) COVER, FOR
TRAVKLI.ERH Ott PROSPECTORS,
WHICH SELL A I* |1.60. THESE A UK
THE HEST VALUE, AS THEV WILL
LAST FOR YEARS.
Address ynur order, with an
enclosure of a one dollar bill, Ino
ch(H|u��s, orders, etc.] to
Mlnin-v compuniua or others ordering
lota of 20 ot* mote, mapn will bu (supplied ut 60 cent*, ttnvh.
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
mrmiaL bank of Canada
IIKAD "FFICE. TORONTO.    _
D. R. Wilkie, General Mnnagcr.
Capital (Paid-up) $2,500,000
Rest   -    .    -    ���   $2,123,000
Branches In Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba) N. W.
T. und llritisb Columbia.
AfiENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS.
(treat Rrittiin���Lloydit Hank, Limited
United States���New York. Sink of Montreal.
������    ���Chicago. First National Hank.
"        '���    ���San  Francisco, Weil-. Far at >
A Co's Hank,
n        ��    _si Kmii, second Nat'l Hank.
������        "    ��� Minmiapolin First Nat'l Hank
11 ������     -Scuttle, Seattle Natloual Sank
BRANCHES IN H. C.
Vancouver,
Kevelstoke, -
NelKon,   -  *
Golden,  ���  -
Ferguson.
-   ���   -   A. Jukes, Manager.
���   - A.E. I*hippn,
- -    J. M. Uv,
- ���  J .��  (libo,
W. Macdonald,
SAVINGS BANK,DEPARTMENT.
Intent-it tilloMedrit .-urreni rates.
A general bunking bntdue&i transacted.
Time Table.
B. 8. ARCHER OR 8.S. LARDEAU.
Running between Arrowhi'inl, Beaton und t'lilUHIillx. ciimniencln*; ()i-ln-
'���or 14ili, llltil, will Hull uu follows,
wealhui- permitting.
Li'Hvinir Arrowhead fur Buutnn nnil
Comaplix, twirc duily���IUI. and 15k.
..inivin*, B,-��tnn and Comnplix fm
Arriiwlieiid. twice dally��� 7:15k uml
12;45k. Maklni; c-lo-ie eonnecllons
with ull II. P. K. Steamer, and trains.
The owner* reserve the  right  tii
.ihuntre  tiirius   of   sailings     wlthnu*
notlee,
-Ths Fred Robinson Lumber Co. Ltd
United Hatters of North America
T II I 8 IS THE
UNION LABEL of
the Unite* Hattuni
of North America.
IVhen you are buv- j
UK a PIHt HAT,
iiiicr Hift or utiff, I
��6o to it tlmt the I
genuine UN ion!
I.hIicI is wived In it.
II h rctnilcr tin.-'
loose lnbels iu hi*
poasooflfon nnd otters to put ono In a
lint for vou, t|<i uot
(���atrniii/.t' Itiin. lie
ti u"t iiny tiifiii to nn\o loose lnbels. r.oo*.e
i.beln in retairtfttireaareeouuterfuiiN. Ito not
lento anycxplKiiHtion a* io ivhv thc hm
ms im lnbt'1. The Genuine Union Ubcl is
crfornted on the four edited exactly the Name
is h puKtufte Htamp. Counterfeits ,ir*�� Home-
imcs perforated on three of the eduOfl, and
nuviimen only on two. Keep k shurp lookout
���r tiie counterfelm, Unprincipled maiiiifae-
ir��r��are unlua ihcm In order to get rid of
���cir scsb-made hit". The John It stetson
o, of Philadelphia ���'___.._ is non-union concern,
JOHN A. MOFFJTT, I'reMdent,
OmiigL', N. J
JOHN rHIUJI'S.HecreUrv.
I 71*7 Hertford Arc. Hrook'lvn. N.Y
CANADIAN rf<
Pacific Ky.
���3/flTEBf-*1
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ,   .   .
AHKOW LAKBH, B.C.
Situated"mldit ncerery unrivalled for
grandeur. Tbe most complete henlth
tosorton tha cunliuent of North America.
Ita biithi cure all Nervou* and Mux*
cnlnr diseases. Its wslcrs hcul nil
Kidney. Liver and .**ioiiiacii aliinentfi.
They a'c a '-ever fnilmg remedy for
allmetaltep Ieo .a, cjmpleicljr purify*
lug the tys a.a.
TJCRM8-IM to W r-cr week, accord-
Ing to residence iu Hotel or Villus.
W WORLDS  Ljl
Scenic Houtc
OtitiiCT mm:
KA8T-\yinitInetffJoronitt,
ottntviv, Hon tret il HI. Johtt,
Halifax, lluHton.'Nc.v Vork
VVHST-Westmlifstiir, Van*
outlieri Vli'iorln. sksitwuv.
HAivaoli, Hc.ittie, l'ortlnnil,
-SHn Kranclscu,
trpper I.Hkn   Strmnerri
teavoFort W'llUam sundny.
Tu-tJj'diiy. Frldsy via-Son Line,
8t- Vm111. iMlilltl) CIllCHgy,
T.iurl-it Sle**p��ir Hurvlcn
KA >T
Lv, Dun more .let.-.dth* for
St rani, Kontv. lAu. Tuch.,
Ml. for rorohto and alt eastern points.
WEST
Lv. Jtevplstokc daily for Beat-
tic Vancouver and Coast cit*
tea.
Through tickets to Europe
via. all Atlantic lines.
I'rci-aid   tickets   from   all
points at lowest rates.
For Ml information apply to local agents
J aCAHTER,   E. J. COYLE,
D. R A., A. G. p, A.
Nelh-on. ���   Viiricouviir.
J. DONOVAN, Airent, Arrowhead.
m
f%8$ilfcTli&^^
CUMMINS * CO.
Established 1896
i_l
CASH IIDU:1
r
i
WE CARRY CARPETS,        ��
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND I
CHINA MATTIAG. i
IRON BEOS a Specialty      i
$5 and up, J
""...�� mum K....-1
Goods can lie Inmishr'.l to imy pari oi LnrJuiiu mi very shori notice
as lhe service is such that ilelivery can be made in .me day from Nelson*
No Charge for packing  ���������������*.
V
General Merchants
���J^^ss.jgiffi^
Funeral Directors and
Embalmers.
\,
luraiiunte of Myer'a Collate o( Kinimlmlnt)
(.'un aHoail nam ai Perj/U-oa at ten
him imtii-i' Itudvlsed by wire.
D. J. Robertson ct C��-
NELSON, B. C.
iSiOii SMELTER CO., LTfl,
Capitalization $2,600,000
la 2,000,000 Shares. Par Vatmta.00 Eact.
-ASSt-TS
Thrpfi-qiiarter-nit i.he Cnpital Smck In Ti'oiimii-y, 26,000shares Similki-
rneen ViiIIav Coal Cn , Ltd , Stink, ten acre Smelter eiic at Aahnola.
Three Mineral elalra. altmited three miles /mm Ashciola.
3S40 aeres Ciml Lands, near Okuna-jan Lake, havlii)*- an eifhi foot seam
of (.'nud uti'iim and Domestic Ciial,
The first. 200,000 of these shines have already been subscrlbi'dand shares
are now selling at 15 eents un calls of two and one-half eoutB per mouth.
For Further Information apply to
R. J. STEEL,
.ii
Official Broker,
.Nelson, B. C.
smeaat���i���*.���
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 we feel confident that we can give you satisfaction ir.
every particular.     Write: Sawyer Bros., Revelstoke, B. C.
; ^Ri^f^giSS). M* P��MateH.4Mcer, iE to it Pages.
���".   -r. *��,���i Pubiisiie.s the fullest toleuraptiic
i,.,, �����.   ,-.     \ /���-./'  new* from ail ports of the world.
��� '  _. ""-"if '  0rtat     \ I ������ ����� * I '�������� *������>�� *'���" os��i news.   Dally
��r._l SunCny edition 75cpe!*montli.
I Sw*. y r.J''!!'t.:i,'f.!E(-.f. 3D (3 .3 P-Jjej.
���Windsor Hotel
When cornier Into Perem-ion the first hotel to
see Is the Windsor. If ono Is looking for the
bost accommodation, I. o. Clean, well tended
rooms, a well furnished table and choice liquors and cigars, then the Windsor Is the best
plsee to stop. Heading rooms and parlors
nicely furnished.   E?erything quiet.
Madame O'Connor, Proprietress,
���������.*..*..,-
("   n    3 :v (-II,!
J.iy __!,i*.
if.^i-er-Vin*
ilitr )- 'vi..- soi
..to ps
Iw.ce<Week Idtisn me Seattle Post-Ifltei.i.eii*
ctt.
All the new. of tbe vesV In concise,
detailed   form     THE    TWICE   A
Jj WHEK EOl'l ON IS THK BKST
-j TWICiiAWBl:KP3.M.-:RPUBLISHED
1 ON THE PAJIHCteASI'. vvnte.u.*
s'linp.u copy and to convinced.
Sufcscrlption price $! oy per year.
! 411 POSWASTfRS Will TiieSVBSCWPllOII..
POSf ��� iBiflUCfKCte (0., SEATtLf. WASH.
1     S. l>. WESTON, Business Manager,
_k<SM*J**<��*-*f*^^ IT,
�����*.���>���>*.���������*����*
ocal  and General.
��� ��������������*������������������������.*<��� .-*���--���.�����������-��-��
Palm oil and other products of South
Africa huvo been placed on tho free
list.
U. Hndge, solicitor of t his placo and
11. Biiillie of Trout Luke have been
appointed notaries public.
Two hundred and fifty new coke
.von* uro tu ho established ut Mnrrisey
ky the Crow's Nest Coal Company.
At the Nettie L. a cable tram has
hoen put in to curry up the wood re*
julred for the engine that will run tho
���winpressor plant.
Rev. C. A. Proounler, KevoUtoke,
and Messrs. Wilkie and Campbell of
Trout Lako, wero registered at tho
Windsor hotel Sunday.
Thirty-five thousand horso power Is
used for producing metals and cheml-
nils in twenty different electrical pro*
'testes at Nigara rails.
. The deal on the Cromwell has gono
through satisfactorily. Tho owners
aro now at the mino putting up cabins,
etc., preparatory to running a 41*0 foot
tunnel.
Rov. C. A. Procunior, Episcopal
clergyman, of Revelstoke, conducted a
service in Eagle hall Sunday. H. A.
Solley, curate of Ferguson, having
charge of tho Rovelstoke service.
Gpld in the reefs of tho Rand field
has been valued at $.1,000,0011,000.
Otbfcr authorities add to this another
trillion and rocont discoveries will expand the estimates,
Mon am like flies. Bofe of om yield
ter de 'tractivoness of de lasses.
Matrimony am like a rage. De bird
what's outside wants to get in, aud
den what's Inside wants to get out.������
A. P.
A. C. Cummins attended the Oddfellows dedication aud bull ut Trout' d. Burposs, a butcher from Nelson.
Ulie Tuesday. It ia said that A C. anivtdln Ferguson Tuesday to tak*
mudc good use of his opportunity and the management uf the Forguson Mem
that a few were led to soi-luusly eou- Market. ��� He took charge of the shop
shier the question of souUltara. I Wednesday morning.
Tbe value of tho oro shipped ovar j,,*.,n Hays Hammond ono of tin
the Lardo braucb for the past month leading mining engineers of the
was approximately Sjn.OOO. About j American continent, accompanied hi
,150 tons were Bblpped by the Old Gold, an unK||8h expert is expected shortly
Guinea Gold. Nettie L., .Silver Cup, |n Rossland to make a thorough exam-
Triune and Primrose properties, hiution ��f the Steinwlndet- mine und
King    Edwurd    is  visiting   P:ince| "thot-    assets   of  tlie   New Fairview
Court will he held at Trout Lake on
Tuesday, Oct. 28th.
Joseph Ryan nf Ten-Mile was a visiter tu Ferguson Wednesday
Jim Reeves, the jeweler, paid a business trip lo Rovelstoke Wednesday.
Sum Sulherlund wus in Revelstoke
the Hi'stof the week on a business trip,
Dr. Newcombe returned yesterday
frtnn a professional trip to Comaplix.
Dr. W. Edwin Newcombe paid a
prnfesslu, al visit to Camborne Saturday.
E. L. Kinman, manager ofthe Big
Bend Telephone Co., was la town
Thursday.
Forguson is not behind other towns
as we are experiencing no less than a
coal oil famine.
Jack Mclnnis came down from tbe
Silver Cup yesterday and has gone up
to the Ethel.
W. B. Pool left Tuesday for Ross*
laud on business connected with the
Ophir-Lade Syndicate.
Atlin's gold output this year will
yield a $1,0(10,000. last years output being more than doublea.
BORN���At Camborne- B. C, Saturday, Oct. 19th, to Mr. and Mrs. H.
Uuchuuun, Peudrugou hotel, a son.
There will be a meeting of the citizens of Ferguson on Satuiday, Nov. 1st
in Miners' Union hull to elect a trustee
to 1111 the vacancy on the school board.
E. G. Woodward, Sec-Trous. school
board.
W. Ferry of Nolson, Supt. of tho
Riblet Co.'s train works for B. C,
arrived in Ferguson Tuesday together
with two as.-istuuts. Mr. Perry will
remain to superintend thn construction
of the Silver Cup tramway.
Senator Forget of Montreal, has
given $100,000 to buy fuel for citizens
who could nut alTotd coal at the Increased price incident to tho Anthracite strike.
iViJ***- .*.���> r.v ��-*_��-. -ft ttXjfaJiLS'it -rf*-**Sj!
]j !*r7js"AVT2W A-A*zss tarry 4yrjtat Jtra
\ % PROFESSIONAL j j
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N. WILKIE,
P. L. S.
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Provincial J
Land '��
Surveyor *
Ferguson jmd Trout Lake,     a
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Surveys mado and Crown Grants \i
Obtained, t[
Oflice:      ���      -     Trout Lake. [J
ILLIAM A. BAUER,
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DOMINION AXI) PROVINCIAL LAND S11HVEY0KS,
Surveys ol Mlncn, Mineral Claims and
Crown Lands. Grown Grants Obtained tluil Assessments Managed
for Abseutebs,, *..
Office.:  Citmborncand Vancouver
SHANNON, B. A.
I ASSAYEIt and
ANALYTICAL
CHBHIST.
H'* aquartcrs tar lnr���rn,atl,in Regarding
Lardeau t'riipiTtlc.-
W.ftcror laluruiatinn-
Call and see Samples*
OFFICE:    VICTOKIA AVE..' ���
FEKUUSON, B, C.
ROBERT HODGE,
BARRISTER, ETC.
Solicitor for
The Imperial Hank
I'ergtisoti, B. C.
OFFICE-In the Ophir Lade block.
f 1 AIIVEY, McCA RTER 4 PINKHAM,
llariinters, Solieiters, etc.
lines: Reveli-tokc, t'.nlden. and Ferguson, t-nlli'itors Ior Imperial Hank
ol Cutm'lH.
r> Oco. 8. MoCarter.
J. A. Harvey.
A. M. I'nikhaia.
Edward of Saxe-VVcimar iu North
Berwick, where he made his appearance at thc golf links on Out. llth.
His participation in several matches
is taken as cortuln proof of his return
to health.
Waldermnn Llndgren, U: S. G. S. in
his write up of the gold priiductiou of
North America states that during
1000 British Columbia nnd the Northwest Territory yielded 850,000,000 in
gold of which one half came from
British Columbia un.) the Yukon.
���Tho Central Committee of German
Coal. Miners' association has sunt
���fcl,2f>0 to Iho United Slates coal mine
strikers und has issued directions tn
tho members of the association not to
work extra time with the object of
increasing the supply of coal fur export.
Tho Thanksgiving turkey which
adorned the columns of the Colonist
yesterday was about all the Thanks-
giviug turkey the peoplo ol Victoria
saw. The supply of turkeys wus
decidedly limited, and if tlieio is any
vital connection between Thanksgiving
and roast turkey, the festival this year
was unseasonable.���Unionist.
A little city buy was making bis
lirst visit in the country at his grandfather's. Ho was very much interested
in tho Jersey cows and the first milking at which he attended wuswalched
with astonishment. Tho continuous
stream of milk aroused his curiosity:
until he suddenly burst forth with
"Say granpa, wbore do you turn it
on?"
There is only ono way to advertise
ind that- Is to hammer your name,
vour location, your business . so
thoroughly into the people's head that
if they walked in their sleep tbey
would constantly turn their heads toward your store. Tho newspaper is
your best friend In spite of your criticism. It helps to build up tho community which supports you. ��� When
the day comes that the newspapers aro
dead the people aro near the edge of
tho grave with no ono to write their
opitapb.���John Wanamaker.
Corporation, Limited. An English
syndicate hus a deal nn for tne buyiui*
of the property at $900,000.
Locals With a Paystreak.
Saddle horses for sale. We have all
kinds and at all prices. Wo can suit
you.   Craig & Hilimun, Beutun.
Mrs. J. Archer has leased the Pioneer laundry of B. U. Smith and is
prepared to do all kinds of luuudry
work neatly and promptly.
All, the latest bnoks.niitgu7.Ine8 and
periodicals for holiday reading In stock
at. thc Canada Drug & Book Co.'a store.
Kevelstoke, B.C. Prompt attention to
mail orders.
Io pays to uso the telephone. A trip
can often bo saved tn Trout Lake, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
the phono. OIHce in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
* Smokers: If you want tho genu*
INF. "Union" and "Our Special"
CIOAR see that "Uninn Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt Idlers on evory box.
-H. A. Urown, Kevelstoke. B. C.
* To get acquainted with this district
you should have a copy of the new and
only map. Semi a one dollar, bill to
the Eagle aud secure one at once.
An ounco of prompt, businesslike
dealing and the truth, is worth mort
than half a page of advertising. When
yuu send to I). J. Robertson & Co.,
Nelson, for furniture an answer wil
reach you by return mall, and nin,
times out nf ten thu guuds will arrivi
by the same train.
USD C. ELLIOTT,
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Barrister,   Notary I'ulilic etc.
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C..AND
Ferguson, B, C.
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de V.lcM.USTHEiJ.M.SCOTT I,
_ Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
3 REVELSTOKE. B. C.
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$ 1. M, SCOTT, A. B. L. L. B.
������ W. do V. lc MuUtrc, II. A.
>.r-2.-.r *-'.r-z.j-.-.���_-&���_: ~i:x zm -.viyw il'- *-*4
THE OHUROHES.
Methodist. *
Service will be held in Eagle hall
every Sunday commencing at 3 p. in.,
and alternate Sundays al 8 p.m. All
are Invited to attend.
S. J. Gresn, Pastor.
Auicllcan.
Divine service will be hold overy
Sunday In Eaglo hall at 8 In the afternoon and 8 In the evening alternately
An invitation tu attend is extended to
everybody H. A, Solly,
Curate,
j  FERGUSON
MEAT I1IE1
Having purchased the
Forguson Meat Market wo
are prepared to supply out*
ciistnmers with all kinds of
Fresh and dried meats. A
good supply of Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Sausages, Hums
aud Bacon  always on hand.
P. BURNS k (A.
f^
. perguson Qarber  $
|] *   When you want a P
_       GOOD SHAVE      f.
LATEST HAIR CUT
i
\ WM. SCHNELL jj
Ci      Hot or Cold Hatha in connection.      h
ftn�� i��wis-**j*r_*j*i m /jr*_5v_}_-ji)s 7}n$
READ THE EAGLE.
��mfcMm>?im
j McKinnon & Sutherland
OUR STOCK
Of Ladies Dress Goods, White
Qoods, 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: ind please
almost any fancy or any figure.
We have also a most complete stock of
Workingmen's Clothes and Boots.
[ McKinnon <�� Sutherland |
��^*-K^jti^t_*-**i.j*.**.j*i.*f_.*4.i<
i The Post Office Store}
The most complete stock in Ferguson.
Union-Made Hats and Shoes.
Full line of Ladies' and Children's goeds.
Make a specialty of filling mine orders in groceries
and hardware.
Try a Pair ot Oar Hcttd-Miide Prcifeclvrs' Sham.
j| G. B. Batho <$��� Co. *
��-w**r*��r'*r**r*��fw'*r'W'*rw'*isf'!_
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON (S SLINGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite ihe Postoffice.
i Packing and Ferffusoa'nfcki!- ]
���}( Freighting Transfer Outfit.    J-/
��� J Contracts entered into for packing of Mining Supplies,
J J etc., to any point in the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed. Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Forguson
a specialty.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney- Prop. K
Ir
R. S. WILSON,
High Olnss Merchant Tailor,
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
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Any orders you may favor us with
if ill receive prompt
attention.
^i^i^i^.^i^i^^l^l^^t^i^^K
Perguson Hotel
McDONELL <f BLACK.
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B. C.
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