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MEl'AL QUOTATIONS.
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Lkad ��10, l"s, (Id.
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Thu Eaqle is more widely
circulated than any other
newspaper in north kootenav���it will be found anbx-
oellentadvertisina medium.
VOL. [II. NO.
33.
FERGUSON. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SEPTEMBER 26, H)02.
$2.00 A YEAR,
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Second Day's Deliberation Crowded
Out Last Week.
Members  Pulled   Together Most
Harmoniously.   Decide For
Party Lines.
The Liberal-Conservative convention at Revelstoke resumed its'sittings
at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Mr.
Ilorden was an attentive spectator of
the proceedings throughout. The
report of the resolutions eommitteo was
handed in and as amended adopted
as tho platform of the Conservative
party in provincial affairs, Following
are the clauses of the platform.
That the policy of the party In mat-
tors of provincial roads and trails, tho
ownership and control of railways and
development of agricultural resources
as laid down in the platform adopted in
October, ISO!), is hereby reaffirmed.
That to encourage the mining Industry the taxation on metallferous mlues
should beon a basis of percentege of
net profits. That government ownership of the tolophone systems should
be brought about as first steps In the
acquisition of public utilities.
That a portion of every coal ares
hereafter to be disposed ol should be
reserved from sale or lease, so that
state owned mines may be easily possible ns tbeir operation becomes necessary or advisable.
That In pulp land leases provision
should be made for reforesting, and
that steps should be taken for the
general preservation of forests by
guarding against tbe wasteful destruction of timber.
' That the legislature and government
of tbo province should persevere In the
effort to secure the exclusion of Asiatic
labor.
That the matter of bottor terms In
the way of subsidy and appropriations
for the province should bo vigorously
pressed upon theDomlnion government.
That tho silver-load Industries of the
province be fostered and encouraged by
imposing increased customs duties on
lead and lead products Imported into
Canada, and Conservative raombersof
tho Dominion house be urged to sup-
port, any motion introduced for such
purpose's.
That as Industrial disputes almost
Invariably result in great loss and
injury both to parties directly concerned, and to the public, legislation
should bo passed lo provide means for
an amicable adjustment of such disputes between employers nnd employes.
The clauses referred to In tho old
platform nro tho following:
To actively aid In tho construction
of trulls throughout tho undeveloped
portions of tbe provinco, aud tho
building of provincial trunk rends of
publio necessity.
To adopt tbe principle of government ownership of railways in so far
as the circumstances of the province
will -admit, the adoption of the principle that no bonus should be granted
to any railway that does not give flip
government of the provinco control of
tho rates over tho lines bonused, together with the option of purchasos.
To actively assist by state aid in tho
agricultural resources of tho province.
The question of introducing party
linoB nt the next general election was
ttken up. The following rosolution
was presented nut! oarrled* C, A. Sem-
lln  from   Ashcroft  dissenting   ns in
sti'ucted:
That in tbe opinion of this conven
tion the stability of government and
beneficial legislation can best bo secured by the introduction of party politics
In local elections ��� and that, such a
policy bo adopted.    ''   ��� ���  ���
Charles Wilson, K. O,, having tendered his resignation as leader, some
argument was advanced that tbe question of leadership should be decided by
the candidates of tho party who
received seats in the house.
Occasion was taken by Col. 13. C.
Prior, R. McBride nnd F. Carter-Cotton to declare their personal positions.
A'ter a full discussion it wns settled that the leadership should be determined by the convention. It was
unanimously decided amidst a scene ef
great enthusiasm that the resignation
of Mr. Wilson should not be accepted*
The convention wns then addressed
by Mr. Wilson nnd on tho invitation uf
the president, Mr. Borden said a few
words felicitating tho delegates upon
the eloquence, enthusiasm and unity
which provnilod.
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mini i
Election of Officer*.
The evening session was taken up
witb mnttors of construction' and
organization. A resolution was! passed
expressing confidence in Mr. Borden as
loader of the Conservative party, assuring hlra of hearty support and cooperation, and thanking him and his
party for their attendance at the convention. The constitution of the party
was considered and adopted, and the
election of officers resulted ns  follows:
Honornry president, H. L. Borden,
K. C, lender ol the party in Canada,
President, John Houston, M, P. P.,
Nelson.
Viee-Presli! tits, A. S. Goodove,
Rossland; J. K. Seymour, Vancouver;
J. A. McKolvie, Vernon; T. S. Anun-
dale, New Westminster; A. E,
McPhillips, Victoria.
Treasttror.  F. S. Bernard, Victoria.
The appointment of a secretary wns
left In the hands of the executive committee.
Revelstoke was seleotod as the next
place of meeting. A heart, vote of
thanks'was passed to Mr. Richard McBride, the retiring president, after
whieh the convention adjourned.
At a meeting of the president and
vice-presidents, tho following executive was appointed.
Geo. S. Russell, Victoria; R. T. Rob*
inson, Kamloops; J. R. Seymour, Vancouver; R. L. Reid. New Westminster;
R. F. Green, Kaslo.'
Mr. R. L. Borden and party, conservative members, left" Rovelstoke last
Sunday on a tour of tho Kootonay
country, and will address meetings in
Nelson, Rossland, Greenwood nnd
Grand Forks, returning via tho Crow's
Nest line.	
SILVER CUP AERIAL TRAM.
A Nelson Firm Havo the Contraot
and Have Started Oporations.
On Saturday B, C.  Riblet,    of tho
Nelson branch of tho Riblet Tramway
Company, arrived in Ferguson to commence tho Urine contract with tho
Silver Cup mine peoplo to put In n tram
lino to tho mino. The following experienced mon nccompaniod Mr. Rib-
lot nnd will iissist with tbo construction: E. l'earsall, Oliver Raddlbaugb,
Neil McChelne, W. Beaton, Fred Leap
and Jns, McLeod.
The longtfi p/ the tram will be one
and throe-quart1-"' miles. It will bo of
the Riblet patent four cable aorial
bucket tram, run by gravity. Euch
bucket has a carrying capacity of 1000
pounds of ordinary oro but will carry a
ton of the Silver Cup ore, besides be]
ing arranged to carry supplies up to
the mine. It is expected that nearly
three months will bo consumed in construction, and between 20 and 20 men
will be employed. Tho cost as nearly
as can be figured out will be In tho
neighborhood of $20,000,
Building Will  be  Completed by
November 1st
AND piIUPR PATIENTS
The Institution Necessary and Contributor's   Money   Spent
Judiciously,
Ferguson's new hospital built jointly by the Miners' union and town is
nearing completion nnd by Nov. 1st it
expected that it will bo ready for the
reception of patients. Tho joint committee, ably assisted by Dr. Newcombe,
are deserving of much praise foi* the
painstaking manner in which they
havo handled this hospital matter.
Ferguson, of course, is not a large
town although there are a large number of people at the mines and claims
near by. So it was a big undertaking
to build a hospital at this early period
of the town's history but tho men of
the Miners' Union recognizing tbe
necossity for such an institution, camo
forward nobly with thoir contributions
together with the people of the town
and made tho line institution now
nearing completion a possibility and a
reality, An Eaglo representative wns
shown over the building Tuesday by
Dr. J. Edwin. N"weombo, who will be
the resident physician. Tbe buildin
is most conveniently and prettily situated on Vickers street, on a bench
overlooking the town. At the back
stand tall cedar, hemlock nnd spruco
trees making a line background and
shading the building from the hot sun.
The main building is 40 *-*. 18 feet and
has an L 20 x 16. Tlie ceilings
downstairs aro 10 feet and upstairs 0
feot, tho building being two storeys
high. On the second floor is a general ward and a private ward, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and linen
closet. On the ground lloor Is the
reception room, olllco, operating room,
anastlietic room, maternity ward, bath
and bedrooms. It was intended 'to
have tho place heated by hot ah* but
the funds will not permit uf a furnace
boing put in this year, so stoves will
be resorted to. The' building is very
couveuiently situated for pure, fresh
water, a spring of fgood water running
out of tho bank a fow yards away and
besides this the now waterworks system will be connected, the hospital
boing tho first building passed by tho
main pipe. Tbo building will also be
lighted by electricity, so that in most
respects tho Lardeau minors' hospital
will bo a modern up to dato institution.
rtii-nialilllKa.
Only rooms nccossary for present
requirements will bo furnished this
summer. Next year, or when It is
required tho directors will likoly
huvo moro money and It will not take
long to comploto (ho furnishing whon
It Is scon Unit more room Is wanted.
thefurnituro niw on tbo road is the
best that could be got for
tho purpose, the beds for tho wards
being of tho Haven wake, nnd thnt for
the operating room being from tho
Chandler Massoy Co., Ltd, Toronto.
Great care was given by Dr. Newcombe to the furnishing of tho operating room and the wards, tho operating
table being ono of the latest and best
patterns made. Tho anasthetlc room
also will bo provided with the
most improved equipment. Comploto plumbing fixtures will bo put in
tbo building together with flush
closets, etc, and movable bathe havo
boon ordered that    can     bo    taken
tu thc different rooms.
Now the pooplo of thc Lardeau can
seo that tho monoy subscribed has been
spent to tho best possible advantage
and unliko many other institutions of
the kind it will not bo found that the
cost was largely under estimated. The
committee havo managed the matter
wisely and tbo Eagle trusts that tbe
amount still required, about $1100 wi
be forthcoming during the next two or
three weeks.
Why Women Can't Throw Straight
It has often been a source of wonder
to married men tbat their wives should
invariably hit the cat,,or some other
inoffending object, when aiming bootjacks and other missiles in their direction. Au explanation is now to
hand, which, it is hoped, will add
enlightenment, as well as consolation,
to any benighted Benedict who has
experienced this idosyncrasy, It appears that the reason a woman cannot
aim straight is ou account of he"' collar bono being too large to enable her
'to acquire a free swipo of the arm.
This simply shows that when kind
providence sent woman into the world
for man to lavish his affections und
earnings upon everything was beautifully and systematically thought out.
Had woman boon physically constructed so that her shying powers were
equal to those of man, husbands would
have u mighty busy time of it dodgin
things gonerally. Thanks to that
sumo Providence, however, woman can
still throw her Illy white arms round
our manly necks and hit tho bull's eye
every time.
No matter what the world may say
About a woman throwiug straight
Dame naturo built hor just that way
That man  might dodgo  her when
Irate.
Her collar bono consoles her still
In formulating little plans
To "collar'' and to "bono" at will
Most everything of simple man's.
Dan Dunbar, Has Contract to Erect
Power House.
WORK STARTED WEDNESDAY
Messrs.   Sawyer    Bros.   Hope   tc
Have The Plant Running by
December 1st.
Mr. Sawyer, of Rovelstoke, arrived
in Ferguson Mo-.duy to start oporations on tho electric alight system to
bo installed by bis linn. Mr. Sawyer
had expected to havo tho plant running by October 'st. but his. linn has
been kept so busy that he was tinabl-.*
to get away from Revelstoke; to get
the work started but found that ho had
to jump out in order to make good his
promise to the peoplo of Ferguson,
A contract was entered into on Monday with D. Dunbar for thc ercotion
of a power house. Men woro put to
work ut once ti' wear the site and the
building itsell has been started. So
that wo think wo are safe in saying
that tho town of Ferguson will bo
lighted by electricity by, not later
thnu December 1st.
Zulus May Rise Against Boers.
Much uneasiness is felt In Durban
iu consequence of tho reports of uneasiness in Zululand, where trouble appears to be Imminent, The Times, of
Natal, suys tliu feeling in ZululanJ
betwen Boers and natives demands
active intervention, Dinlzulu is re
gaining his prestige, and is regarded
as dnngorous.
An Ottawa despatch states that
Georgo Johnson, Dominion statistician,
discussing tho Coal famine suggested
bringing coal from Wales, and said
that a Montreal dealer had ordered
80,000 tons and that it can be laid
down there at $4 a ton.
SEVEN TONS OF SUPTMIES.
For Old Gold, Primrose and Guinea
Gold Properties.
On Thursday Mr. .1. C. Murray, sec-
rotary of the above companies, passed
through Ferguson, reluming from the
company's properties up tho North
fork of tbo Lardoau. He left orders
for supplies aggregating a weight of
seven tons. Tho bulk of this lot was
ordered of McKinnon & Sutherland,
general outllttors, and the balance
consisting of fresh beef wns purchased
of tbo Ferguson Meat Market. Part of
this lot was packed to the mines Thursday by S. Danoy and thu balance will
follow next week.
Judgo Miller, manager and Dr.
Gifford, president, of the companies
visited the properties that nro being
worked last week aud found satisfactory progress boing mndo ln tho development. A now ore chute hus been
encountered In tho tunnel in the Primrose, giving good values in lead and
silver.
Altogether the result of the season's
work on all the properties under the
management of Judge Miller has boen
highly satisfactory. Hundreds of foet
of shaft and tunnel work have
boen completed, opening up new
ground and discovering new ore bodies.
The Old Gold and Guinea Gold will be
worked by a small forco, each, throughout the winter and interesting developments may bo hoped (or,
Socialist  Convention.
The Socialist party of British Columbia have called a convention to meet in
Sullivan' hall, Vancouver, at 10 a. m.
on Friday, October ;ird, for the purposo of revising tlie constitution and
platform aud transacting such other
business as may come before it. Independent socialist organizations wishing to do so are invited to affiliate.
The  Silver   Cup.
A party consisting of W. Macdonald,
Manager of the imperial Bank, Mrs.
Macdonald and Miss Woodward of tho
Bagle,'donned riding apparel Sundny
and on sturdy littlo ponies made n
visit to tho Silver Cup mine. Tlio
weather continued delightful throughout tho day so the trip could not be
otherwise than enjoyable, and tho
pa.'ty returned to Ferguson In the
evening lecllng hungry for supper,
although they had dnuc ample justice
to an excellent dinner served in the
now cook house at the lnlno. Last
year the acommodation for the men
wns limited and not the best but with
tho new,building thero is lots ol room
and the rooms nre kept neat and
clean,
Thc visitors were thoroughly pleased
with the experience of the day's outing, Mrs, Maedonnld's camera and Mr.
Forte's powerful Held glasses,
added no small quota of the
pleasure    of     the        day. A
number of interesting views wero
takon by the party of high peaks and
glaciers while on the "Cup" mountain,
Mr. Baribeau, the superintendent,
kindly showed tho visitors through the
mine and did his best to make the
Bhort time spent at tho Cup pass
pleasantly, lardeau Eagle]
ibllshcd ovory  Friday at Forguson, D. 0
by
E. G. WOODWARD,
-.whom all corl'C!
pondonce should bo ma
If J
Subscription Rattui $2.00 per iiunum, tr
������v nddrcs-}In Amorlcaj f\.% far six months;
.lOayQtir to (ori'lgn iitUlresson.   No pay- m
.io> Print Ins; Tlio Kiiglo lobrlcpurtmnnt
I .*��� busi i quipped oiltue, >uiii tiie only ofllcti
hli'h can fm-nisii tliv tvpogriiphlcal union
bo] in Nimh Kootenai-; agunrantco in UstU
gooil wiii-i; nnd promptness.
Advertising Rales: Display ads���$1.00 por
���[jn- column inch nor month, [.egal ads., 12
mis pur (mmparielj lino for first Insertion; 8
ma por lino for each additional insurtion.
���tiding notltfoa io cents per line each issue.
; :.-������.��� day legal notices, ?10.: sixty days, $7.60;
Irty dtiys,?!   No ads.accoptod at loss than
- rates.   Mo room for quack ads.
. -iiir weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
Some Local Changes,
r i   ocbttiTod    changes    in   tlio
ownership <>r   two lo.eal linns clui'lng
; the wc civ, in both of whioh Mr. James j
Black   tawed   hirgoly-      First   Mr.
Black  sold out hia Intorest in the gou-
oralstore business, oonclucted  foi' tho
past foi ii' yours under   tho firm  namo
i of McICi'nnon & Sutherland-;   Tlie next
deal wat a purchase by Mr. Black of a
1 hull Intt'i-est In tho Ferguson hotel
| Sandy McOonoU, of Revelstoko.   'Dad'
' Black has had many yoars experience
i in tho lioco] business,  In the  Slocani
i Trout ht ko and formerly In tlie  Cari-
: boo disti lot.   I Eo i ��� ������ i i ed tho management of the Hotel Ferguson on Wednesday.    "Pud" ha:; certainly a good
location  aud u good business ftnd his
1 popularity and business ability should
tend  to  luuke  tho  house  still moro
attractive   and     the    business   more
i profitable than it ever has been before,
i Tbo Eagle wishes Mr, Black abundant
Buccess,
A. YEND.
H. RUFF.
ring Co.\
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1802.
'ARTE  AND
peoteqtioj,
It is highly interesting to sit
ick and watch thc little scrap
.ling on between Mr Tarte and
!r. Sifton. The Hon. Minister of
ublic Works has come out flat-
!Oted tor protection and the Hon.
sinister of the Interior Is hot in the
illar in consequence.    There is no
��� ubt    that    Mr.  Tarte's   recent
���ranees  are  his  honest   convic-
-i but he should have '...-ne a
! further and declared out and
for the old national policy. Mr.
to was trained in a stiff old
,*y school and had the principles
���  protection  thoroughly implanted
��� his nature. He even sat for a
imber cf years in thc House ol
bmmons as   a   Conservative but
possibly seeing better chances to
limb up in the Liberal ranks he
lok the opportunity afforded by
.he McGreevy-Connelly scandal and
quit his first love. It appears now
hat Mr. Tarte has for all the
intervening years been supporting a
policy that was contrary to his convictions. We are quite interested
to know how the different factions
in the Liberal party will be reconciled.
If you want to keep posted
on the Lardeau District,
subscribe for the Eagle.
You a
Wage
Earner?
If so why not invest some of your
earnings to meet a possible reversal
of fortune. For a safe, profitable
investment there is nothing beats
an   accumulation    policy    in   the
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
This is a purely mutual company
and all its assets, surplus and earnings belong to its policy holders.
For rates, etc., apply lo agent,
E. G. WOODWARD,
Perguson, B. C.
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perguson Qarber   ��
When vou want a
GOOD SHAVE
\
It is rather amusing to the on
looker, but vexatious to the Koot-
enaian, to read in the despatches
that a United States party of
capitalists are about to establish a
cold storage plant upon Prince
Edward's Island and thut the gov
eminent is about to reileve them
of taxation for lhe next six years,
besides guaranteeing the bonds of
Ihe company about to be formed.
As a set off the cold storage company will expend 8150,000 within
the next year and will then have a
payroll of $40,000 per annum.
Contrast this with the cold consideration received by llic Kootenay
mines. In this ramp alone over a
million dollars has been expended j
in mining machinery in the lonn of
hoists and compressors and the pay-'
roll Is from $1,500,000 to $2,000,-'
000 annually. But there is no exemption from taxation. The more
machinery is' erected the larger the
tax, the more labor employed the
heavier the burden. It is no wonder that Conservative and Liberal,
Progressive, Single Taxer, Socialist are all alike down upon the brilliant policy persisted in by the government. It is only papers like
the Tribune and the Mews in such a
city as Nelson who undertake to
defend these tatics ot Bedlam.���
kossland World,
I LATEST HAIR CUT \\\
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Manufacturers   of   liigli   class
Beer and Porter, Wo make ti
Specialty of Bottled Porter.
Keg and Bottled
.Beer
Is prime stuff.
Mail orders receive prompt attention.
YEND & RUFF,
Proprietors,
KASLO,
B.C.
EAGLE HALL
on second floor in Eagle block
Ferguson. B. C.
Open for engagement for
clay or night meetings
at reasonable rental.
Write or call on
G. WOODWARD,
Proprietor.
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LADIES.
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND  .MINIMI MEN.
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CAFE OPES DAY AND NIGHT UNDER  SAME MANAGEMENT. Wl
SAMPLE ROOMS IX CONNECTION ?gt
>n/-j                  Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite the Postoffice. *->i
I   ���Windsor Hotel��� |
��� When coming Into Ferguson tho first hotol to
'See Is tlio Windsor. If ono is looking for tbo
bost accommodation, i. 0. Cloan, well tended
rooms, ii well furnished table und choice liquors and cigars, then tho Windsor is tbe best
placo to stop. Heading rooms aud parlors
nicely furnished.   Everything quiet.
m
Madams O'Connor, Proprietress.
-The Townsite of
The Pay-Roll   Centre of the
Rich   Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
in on the Ground Floor
. ������-���-������-���-���-���.
The Lardeau is the richest J
known mining district in British J
Golumbia and the mines, par- t
ticularly those about Ferguson. J
contain large quantities ol ore J
being big as well as rich. Several t
new properties will ship T
ore during the coming year and
the town is sure to double
in size Buy a few lots now
before the effect of this year's
progress sends them up, mayhap beyond your reach.
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Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
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For Further  Information Apply to
Henry  Floyd
General Agent,
.Revelstoke, B. C.
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prospectors9 Exchange
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANDING, B. C.
Everybody
s  mokes
Our Special
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The Union
CIGAR
They arr' all t'ulo 1 iumtti nnd ot tlie
!��'st" Havana Tobnaco mono** can
buy. Try ono nnd satisly yonrsQlf
aa io tltoli' quality.
Union Cigar
FAtTORY, H.A.
B 11 o w N, Prop.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up thc Queens..Good accommodation
.. Best ol service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars. .Fire proof safe..
Abraiiamson Brothers, Proprietors,
{-!* HEST WINES, LIQUORS AND OIOARS. BEST OUISINE SERVICE. *SS'
���Ji FINELYEQOIPSEDBAR, REFITTED ANDREPURNISUED, w
���if. I1KST S'J.OO A DAY HOUSE 'fl
ji, IN THE LARDEAU DISTRIOT. J-k
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*j-> HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS ���$$
j',1 AND MINING MEN  7*A*
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jj-^r^-g^ AID FOR FERGUSON'S HOSPITAL
The miners unci business men ol
Ferguson have united to erect a hospital here. This is an ubsoltito necessity as there is no placo in whieh we
can properly etirc for a sick man who
doot happen to have a home of his own.
There ban boen about $1,500 subscribed
towards the hospital locally anil the
Baffle bus been requested to receive
subscriptions from outside points whioh
will bo acknowledged through tho
Columns nl the Eagle each weelc.
There is something like $1,500 more to
raiao and we hope that those who have
made money in this camp will remember those who work away from the
comforts of older communities and send
along a liberal sum to help in tho good
work. The hospital will bo owned and
operated by tho members of Lardeau
Minors' Union. Address all subscriptions to tlio Eagle.
THE CHURCHES.
Mi'thoilist.
Service will be hold in Eagle hall
ovory Sunday commencing at.'lp. m.,
ana alternate Sundays' at 8 p. m. All
are invited to attend.
S. J. GREEN, Pastor.
Anglican.
Divine serviee will be held every
Sunday in Eaglo ball at II in tho afternoon and 8 in tho evening alternately.
An invitation to attend is extonded to
.everybody. H. A, Solly,
Curate.
Notice of Dissolution of
Partorship
I givo notico that tho partnership
heretofore existing between myself
and Ivan Edson under tl.e iirm name
of McDonell k Edson is dissolved by
mo.
Dated Sept. 10th, 1902.
A. J. MoDonell...
Time Table.
S. S. AF.CHER OR S.S. LARDEAU.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton ami ConiapliXj commencing October Hlli, 1901, will sail as follow?,
weather permitting,
Leaving Arrowhead for Deatnn anil
Comaplix, twice dally���10k and 15k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice daily���7:15k ami
12;45k. Making close couneet.inns
with all C. r\ II. Steamers and trains.
The   owners  rusorve   tho   right   to
ehnr.;:;e   tiim;**   of    sailings     without
notice.
Ths Precl Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltcl,
Notice.
Any line check Issued at tlio (Trent Western
Mlhes, l.t-l., ot Silver Cup Mines, must be pro
Bon ted for payment ��t tlie abovo companies
Offleca by Un- mmi for whom it is issued.
DONALD Li. FORBES, Manager,
Notice to Doltnquont Go-Owners.
ToC. J. Smith anil P. W. HJ.nadi.lo or to any
porflou or persona to whom thoy muy havo
transferred their interests in the following
minoral claims, the "MolHo a" and "Copper
Key" located al Short crook, south of Pass
nreok in the Trout Lako raining division of
���West Kootenay.
Take notico Mutt wu the undersigned havo
performed tho work nnd locordud tho assess*
ment on tho abovo named properties forthe
years 10004001 mid in order to hold your
mtorost in Said olaims undor Seetion 24 of tho
Mineral Aet, nnd if within 00 days of tho flrsl
publioation hereof you fail or refuse to run.
tribute your portion of such expenditure
together with the ��'ost of advertising, yonv
intorest In tho Bald claims will become the
proporty of tho subscribers under seetion I of
iho Minoral actoflOOQ.
Dated at Ferguson, B, C, this Uh day of -Tune,
1902.
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oliiee. Tho ready side of tho map Is
proving all wo have smiil fur it. i'he
Trout Lake division is lithographed In
black, tho Lardeau in red.nnd the Alnsworth in bine. Even atonderfootcould
take a copy of this man and lind any
elaim rocordod in tho three divisions.
The mountains, lakes, crooks, wagon
roads, trails- surveyod railway routes,
nud tlu- location and name (by a unique
index) of every mineral claim In tho
district Is shown.
Next    to    Visiting    the    Country   In
Person   This  Map  Takes First Place.
In fact ovory geographical
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and lhe trend of tho claim locations
gives an Intelligible Idoaof tho mineral
heiin running through the camp. Itls
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ASSETS
Thi'e_*quai'tors u( tbo i lupltul Slock in Tronauvy, 25,000 sharos Simllkameen Vulloy Coal Co., Ltd., Stock, ten acre Smoltei' site at Ashnola.
Three Minoral claims sltuutcd threo miles from Ashnoln.
3340 acres Coal Lands, near Okanagan Lako, bavins: an eight tool aenm
of l'.ioi'i slcnm and Domestic Coal.
The lirst 200,000 of IhOBO sbares have alrendj* been Etil-sc-rlb dand ' irrs
are now selling at 15 cents on rails ot two and ono-lmll cont< per month,
For Further Information apply to
R, J.   STEEL,
Official Broker,
Nelson, B. C.
VANCOU-, i:it. I!. 0.1 K
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i'i   .'.-.".'.ni fiuiipU:-.  RoleaBOtua in  II. s
m  u. for MOrcftm CruollilB Ci>.,''UiitterseaJ B
Ktigland; !���". \V. Itraun & Co.'b Patent _E
(���aivl''iir-.iai'o... llui'iivra,i'ii'.; Win..Mils* ��
wordi.- t'n.'sline Bolauces,cto.,ott*. tt
If you   ;uv   building   or pontemplatt) building we will K-
pleased to quote you estimates  on afiytliing made in cur
Sash and Door Factory
and wc feel confident that we can give you satisfaction in
every particular.    Write; Sawyer Bros,, Revelstoke, B, C, .   LOCAL FIELD
j IN BRIEF
-, ^. ���-�������-*>��������-. ��������� * ��-��<
Laurier is visiting Switzerland.
Laurier will sail for Canada on Oct.
Till.
Tims. Taylor, M. P. P. was in town
mi Thursday.
Tho Florence Maybrlpk agitation ii
���gain being revived.
Paul Kruger wants to return to
South Africa.
Tho machinery has all arrived for
tho tram to tho Triuno.
K. Elliott and Mrs. Elliott wero
visitors in town Tuesday.
Mr. Murray, Secretary of tho Old
Cold properties was in town Monday.
S. Shannon and Mrs. Shannon visited the Black Warrior on Saturday last.
No less than ten liquor licenses havo
been granted for tho new town of Mor-
rissey.
The Canadian Pacific are considering
.lie advisability ol putting on two daily
trains to tho coast next year.
P. C. Green, R, Hamilton, Fred. N.
Starkoy, and Thos. McCaughoy, ot
Nelson visited Forguson Wednesday.
Meesrs. Huddotv and Wetmoro spent
Saturday and Sunday visiting tho
Ophir Lade property on Gainer Creek.
Andrew Carnegie is donating a
public library to Victoria, B. C. Tho
contraot for a line stone building has
been let for same.
D. J. Robertson & Co., of Nelson,
have handsome display of furniture as
will be seen by their advertisement in
another column.
. Back of the Central hotel in Revelstoke, Charley Abrahamson has a
Siberian applo tree tbat often gives
400 pounds ot fruit in a season.���Lodge.
The Imperial Limited, which was
taken ofl last Friday, was so well patronized this year that it may bo made
a daily next summer instead of triweekly.
r It is officially announced in London
that tne disquieting reports regarding
Lord Strathcona are quite untrue. He
is enjoying a holiday at Glencoe, his
Hootch estato, and is in his usual
health.
J. Kirkpatrick has purchased Ed.
Hillman's interest in the stage and
livery business recently conducted by
Craig and Hillman. The firm name hereafter will be Craig and Kirkpatrick.
Br. Gilford, ot Minneapolis, president of the Old Gold aud Marie Marilla
mines, in company with Judge Miller,
manager of the mines, visited Ferguson on Tuesday on their way home
from the Old Gold Property.
The Black Warrior near Ferguson
has been bonded to eastern capitalists
who have been prospecting the mine,
and results are so satisfactory that the
development of the property on a
large scale has begun. Aloe Brown
will superintend operations.���Pacific
Coast Miner.
Tho many friends of J. Tweeddale,
formerly of tho Imperial Bank staff,
will bo pleased to seo him again In our
town as accountant in McKinnon *.
Sutherland's store. Since leaving
Ferguson Mr. Twcdedalo has visited
Anaconda, Salt Lake City, Butte and
other points in Montana.
Tho quantity of fruit exported from
British Columbia this year will bo far
ithcud of other years. This month
.-oveu carloads of fruit will be shipped
from coast points to tho Canadian
Northwest Territories, A mixed carload of pours, prunes and apples packed in Victoria passed through Vancouver en route east yesterday. Tho fruit
was woll packed, ot line quality, and in
splendid shopo, British Columbia
fruit is selling lit better prices on tho
prairies this year thon for sovorni
sioaBOnfl^-Gnlonlut,
Tho Koffi-o population ot Dlrmtntf*
hum, Alfi,, is If mourning uvtlnir to tho
tni'i'lbta results ol tha Btumpofie at
iiliiloli 8&ptltfc clnii'oh on the 10th
last, fflhe nuinhei' ot dead hns couched
lift, and 1*0 have boon identified,
Tlio undertaken) of the oity who pre-
pared WOU of Iho negroes for burial
have beon unable to handlo many of
the vloUffln. A number of white
visitors woro present In the ohurflh
ami several wars hurt but none will
All)
J. O. Piper, of Trout Lake,.was in
town yesterday.
,1. Otto and J. Lado wero in town
this week.
R. Gunn left for a few days visit to
Nolson Monday.
.1. Snell, of Trout Lake, was in Forguson Thursday.
Fred Fraser, of Rovelstoke, gold
commissioner was in town Thursday.
The Times on Sept. 10th announces
tho vory serious illness of Lord Salls.
bury.
Harry Carter and Frank Holten havo
been out this weok doing assessment
work on their claims.
S. Sutherland wlio returned from
Revelstoko Wednesday reports having
had a very enjoyable timo.
A vory successful dance was held in
Ragle hall on Thursday night under
the able management ot Ii. U. Smith.
The deepest mino shaft in the world
will bo No. 4, of the Calumet and
Hecla, which will be 8000 feet by the
end ot tho present year.
.las Anderson, who recently sold out
his interest in tho shingle mill at
Revelstoke came Into Ferguson Tuesday to do assessment work oo his
claims.
B. R. Atkins, customs ofllcer of
Revelstoke collected about $2,000 duty
on the stamp mill for the Northwestern
Development Company's Camborne
group.
The weight of 24 karat cast gold Is
1,204 pounds per cubic foot. When
hammered its density is raised so
that one cubic foot of it would weigh
1.21" pounds.
-*-.-��-������������
FERGUSON
T
REMODELED   THRUOUT
A
MOST complete cold storage
room just finished where
meats will bo kept in a semi-
frozen state and always fresh.
Now ono of tho best appointed shops in tho interior ol B.
O. Shop open from 8 until
0 o'clock, oxcopting ono hour
at noon. Not open on Sunday.
One door cast Hotel Lardeau
Company of Women.
The Post of Tucson, Arizona, prints
tho following:
"A mining company has just been
organized in Boston to work the Loma
Verde mines in the Rineon Mountains,
Arizona. The peculiarity of the company is that its incorporators are all
women. The articles of incorporation
were filed with tho county this week,
naming as incorporators, Ellen A.
Richardson, Clara P. Bigelow, Helen
M. Richardson, Mary Waldron Brag-
don, Harriet G. Minot aud Estelle
Weston, all of Bostno. The company
is known as tho Ronqual company, and
Thomas C, Paxton, of Los Angeles, the
president of tho Loma Verde Compauy,
is ono of tho organizers of the new
company."
Movement  in Northwest Heavy.
On Saturday tbe movement throughout Manitoba and the Territories along
the C. P. R. lines was very heavy.
There wore 200 cars loaded for shipment, and most of this was taken at
once from Fort William to be re-shipped by vessel across the lakes. There
wore 220,000 bushels of wheat mar
koted,
I.orttla With a Pnyatreak.
.Repairing
We have rented the house
next to Smith's Laundrv
and are prepared to do all
finds of repair work on
Men's Clothing
Salts Cleaned,
Dyed and Pressed
Mesdames
JOHNSTON cf SIMMONS
Saddle horses for sale. We have all
kinds and at all prices. We can suit
you.   Craig & Hillman, Beaton.
All the latest books, magazines and
periodicals for holiday reading in stock
at tho Canada Drug&Book Co.'s store
Revelstoke, B. C. Prompt attention to
mail orders.
Ii pays to use the telephoue. A trip
can often be saved to Trout Lake, Boa*
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by. using
tho phono. Oflice in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
* Smokers: If you want tho genuine "Union" and "Our Special'
OIQAB see that "Union Cigar Factory''
is stampod In gilt letters on ovory box.
���H. A. Brown, Revelstoke, B. C.
* To gel. acquainted with this district
you should havo a copy of thu new and
only map. Send a ono dollar bill to
the I.AQLE and secure ono ut once.
tSBSSSSSS
���Send the Eagle
to your friends
in the East,
Information Wanted.
An vbmly knowing the whereabout*, of
Joe Churchill, a miner, will confer a
groat favor by corresponding with the
und^rtignedi
Mils, J. B. % CfiuBcmtA,
Walalua, Oahn,
Haw&ltM Ielp,��|i
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OB. N. WILKIE,
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Provincial
.    Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Surveys made and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Office:      -       -      Trout Lake.
3 W"'UAM A- BAUER' k
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3      CIAL LAND SURVEYORS. ��
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it Surveys ol Minos, Mineral Claims anil !f
J        Crown Lands.   Crown tlrants Ob- I,
S        talncd and Assessments Managed ff
J       for Absentees,
% Olllces:   Camborne and Vancouver
S     SHANNON, B. A. ff
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ASSAYER and ANALYTICAL u
CHEMIST. J
H'Mlqnartera tor Information Regarding ft
Lantern, Properties* &
N.ttc Tor Information. ff
Cull ami aee Samples* *-(,
OFFICE:   VICTORIA AVE.. ���*
FERGUSON, B.O, A,
3 "ROBERT HODGE, 51,
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I                       Perguson, 15. C. jj
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S  TJ   fc-V   Y, McCARTKR & FIXKHAM, j*,
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Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
OHIccs: Revelstoke, tinldon, and Ferguson, Bollolton lor Imperial Bank
otCanada.
(ieo. S. McCarter. J* A. Harvey,
A, M, Pinkham,
Jj pRED 0, EI.LIOTT, ��
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I Barrister, Notary Public etc, |
!"''       TROUT LAKE CITY B, C, AND       |
Ferguson, B.C.*,
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I     Barrister, Solicitor, etc.    |
I KEVELSTOKE, B, C, $
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McKinnon & Sutherland I |
OUR STOCK
Of Ladies Dress Qoods, White
Goods, Trimmings, etc., etc., is
COMPLETE
The  new  Stetson   Hats for men received August ist are being; sold rapidly.
-   We have added to our stock of Ready-
to-Wear Suits.    We can  fit and. please
���almost any fancy or any fig-tire.
We have also a most complete stock of
Working-men's Clothes and Boots.
McKinnon & Sutherland
i The Post Office Store*
���\ The most complete stock in Ferguson. <**
���J[ Union-Made Hats and Shoes. *iy
fj Full iii
ne of Ladies' and Children's goods.
Make a specialty of filling1 hiine orders in groceries
and hardware.
Try a Pair ot Our Hani-Hate Prospectors' Shoes.
i
* O.  B. Batho * Co. *
General Merchants
���4 Packing and ***���*;dPacking *
^ Freighting
Transfer Outfit.
Contracts entered Into lot- packing of Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point ln the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed.   Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Ferguson
a specialty.
5 Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
R. S. WILSON. Hi8h
Class Merchant Tailor,
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
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Any orders you may far or us with
If ill receive prompt
attention.
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Perguson Hotel
McDONELL & BLACK,
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B. C.
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