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The Eagle is more widely
circul..teo than* amy other
newspaper in north kootenay���it will be pound an excellent advertising medium.
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Ferguson,  B. C,   November 21 si, 1902.
$2 aYear
LI
Forty
Men Now on the
Pay Roll.
M  COMPRESSOR   PLANT
Ready to Operate But Waiting
for the Completion of the
Wood Tram. Weekly Output
of Ore is 40 Tons.
A New Departure.
A school was opened at Argentine,
Kansas, on Nov. 10 for the teaching of
Socialism. Walter Thomas Mills the
founder and chief promoter claims that
10o students from various parts of tho
United States and Canada have already
been enrolled for the first course at
the school. Instruction will be given
in the origin and development of the
means of production, of tbe class
Btruggle, of tho Industrial arts, of the
learned professions, of the use of
domestic animals, of military powers
and tactics, of tho forms of government, etc, and why these institutions
and associations should culminate in
Socialism.
An Eaglo representative called yesterday at the office of the Great
Western Mines and found E, G, Had-
dow the assistant manager, busily
ongaged at his books and accounts.
He was asked about what was being
done at the Nottie L. He said there
was nothing new to report but that the
mino continued to develop satisfactory
Uy and that thoy are getting a lino lot
of oro blocked out. for shipment.
Forty mon are on Ihe payroll and the
present force will be maintained
through tho winter. Tho compressor
plant is complete and reudy to be
started soon as the wood tram is completed. Tbe short wood tram is for
tho purpose of carrying wood up the
hill to the engine houae. The present
output of the mine is 40 tons of ore per
week and this will be largely increased
S. Daney has a four-horse team on the
road hauling the ore to the company's
ore sheds ut Trout Lakb. The Bleigh
road from the mine to the ore sheds is
in excellent condition.
SAW MILL
Is Turning Out Lots of
Lumber
Sutherland Succeeds Tarte.
At noon on Nov. llth Hon. Jas.
Sutherland and Mr. Raymond 1'rofon-
taine went to Redeau Hall, where
Lord Minto administered the oath of
office to them. Hon. Mr. Sutherland
was sworn in as Minister of Public
Works. Mr. Raymond Prefontaine
took the oath of office as a privy councillor. He afterwards was sworn in as
Minister of Marino and Fisheries. Tho
work of ptopuration of tbe meeting of
parliament will now be carried forward. The house will be called early
in February.
The Mill Now Better Equipped to
Cope With Demands of the
Trade   Than   Ever. Plant
to be Enlarged.
Across tlie  nonunion.
J. N. Groenshields, solicitor of tho
Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company, who is now in Victoria, B. C,
has announced that tho company is
about to establish a system of wireless
telegraphy across the Dominion of
Canada, connecting Victoria with
Cape Breton. Stations will be erected
at many points across the Dominion
and all the principal cities aud towns
of Canada. When tho new system is
in vogue there will bo a great saving
in tolls, press messages will be sent for
one half the prico and CO per cent
reduction on commercial messages.
There is no longer doubt as to the
success of the Marconi system, tho
official announcement to this effect
may be expected at any time.
%
Will Tliey Stay.
Minnedosa saw the ending for the
timo being, at least, of the Doukhobnr
march on Winnipeg. On Friday,
Frank Podley, superintendent of
immigration and C.W, Speers and Mr.
Roy of the immigration department,
arrived in town and had a conference
witli the Doukhobors on their urrival
here, I'hey were unable toi nduco the
wandorei'B to return. Yesterday they
resumed their pleading with tho
Doukhobors, but again without result.
In the mean time tho officials had not
been idle, and a special train was
ordered from Winnipeg and given
ordors to stop at Portage la Prairie
to take on the squad of Mounted Police
encamped thero. The train bearing
"���" nollpo arrived about threo o'clock,
uud steps wero at onco taken to load
the Doukhobors into the empty cars.
This was a laborious task, for thu
Douks, whilo not forcibly resisting,
stubbornly rofused to go to the oars,
aud had to be carried or dragged.
Aftor being released from the rink and
precoivlng the intention of the authorities, the Doukhobors gathered In a
solid mass, grasping hold of one another
so that they had to be lemovod from
the solid phalanx one by ono. In most
cases it requhMd threo or four men to
remove one Douk-iob'or from the
circle.
After throe hours' work, the wanderers wero safely oo board the train,
tho windows of which had beon securely fastened, and guards bf Mounted
Polico were placed at the doors of
each oat. About 0 o'clock the train
pulled out of Minnodosa for Yorkton.
Birthday tit Oldest Person  ln America.
Mrs. Mary McDonald, familiarly
known as "Grandma" McDonald, aud
believed to be the oldest person in
America, celebrated 132nd birthday
today in the Home for tho aged and
infirm Colored Persons, in West
Philadelphia.
Mrs. McDonald spent her youth on
a farm lu the vicinity of Valley Forgo,
and claims to bave a distinct recollection of Giving food to Washington's
hungry soldiers during their winter of
hardships and suffering at Valley
Forge camp. The old woman's sight
bas entirely failed her, but hor mental
faculties apparently aro as strong as
ever they were.
Guess Who?
There have beon so many conjectures
regarding the party who anticipates
bringing the fair lady from tho south
to embark on the matrimonial sea in
Forguson, the Eagle has decided to
offer prizes to the parties making the
nearost guess to tho following questions: First, a years subscription to
the Eagle will be given for the nearost
guess us to tho identity of tho party.
Second. To the one making tbe nearest guess aB to the date of tho wedding
a round trip ticket to Circle City
together with a freo ride on tho belt
tramway line around the city, commencing at tho court house and ending at Lew Thompson's stono mansion.
By arrangement with Mayor Carter
and tho other city fathers, the freedom of the city will be conferred on
tho lucky Individual. Tho above offer
only holds good for five days.
A thriving business is being con
ducted by Messrs. Labeau & Smiltfof
the Ferguson Saw and planing mill.
The company pays out in wages over
$100 per week and it has kopt the firm
hustling all summer to fill orders. The
mines and tramways ised and aro still
using largo quantitie.'* of lumber and
square timber. Then Batho & Co.'s
big stoio addition was a pleasant surprise to the mill peop ', so .that small
orders coming in late had to wait. It
is the purpose of the (Company to get
out a large qnantity o^loga during thc
winter so that they niay get a stock
of lumber ahead tbat it maybecome
seasoned, and to enable them to
cope with tho demandft-thnt is expected will be made for lumber next season whon the expected building boom
strikes Ferguson. There is any
quantity of good timber close to town
and there should bo no excuse for a
repetition of the scarcity of building
material that wns experienced last
summor. However two good business
heads have the mill this winter and
we believe they will do the right thin g.
Somo needed improvements aro to oe
added to tbe plant, as soon as a slackness in orders occurs, that will make
the Ferguson mill one of tho best
small plants in the Lardeau.
Man's Rights.
Judge Madden, in tho district court
at Emporia, Kan., decided that a man
had tho right to bury his wife alive.
The case was the city of Emporia vs.
Prof. Vanora et al., an injunction
being asked to prohibit the professor
giving au exhibition of hypnotism by
burying his wifo under ground and
leaving hor buried six days. The
City claimed the exhibition endangered lifo. The hpuotist claimed tbo city
had no right to draw a distinction
against this kind of exhibition.
TBIRTI m
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Development Continues
Active
AT THE SILVER CLP M
Machinery For Compressor Plant
Has Reached Nelson From
San Francisco. Will be Shipped to Mine in Near Future.
St. Petersburg, i Nov.. 17th.-rThe
minister of thn interior is, preparing, to
revise laws governing lifo insurance
companies, with the. object of curtailing thc activity of foreign companion, '
Is Glcins Away Wulohcs.
In prosecuting its plan to build up
tbo largest circulation in the Kootenay,
and incidentally, in observance of its
seventh anniversary, tho Trail Creek
News ia giving to each new subscriber
a watch. It is not a full jeweled 18
karat gold watch, but it is a neat perfect running timepiece. It is guaranteed for ono year and if it failB to keep
accurate time during that period it
will be exchanged for a new one. The
guarantee is that of tho largest company of watch dealers in the United
States. The subscription to the News
is $2 por year, upon recoipt ot which a
watch will be forwarded, together with
the Trail Creek News for one yoar.
Remittances should be forwarded by
express of postal order to Trail Creek
���News, Trail, li, O,
The Waterworks.
The Ferguson waterworks are com
pletcd and working satifactorlly.
Nearly every house in town ia connect
ed and has ono or more taps. Mr
Moscrop, wlio installed tho works
made a good job and there is an
ample forco of water. Tbo delay in
getting pipes and connecting joints
hindered tho work considerably. Had
the material arrived on time thore
would hardly be a houso in town not
connocted but tbere was much dillydallying about shipping pipes and
accessories. Ferguson has now ono of
the bost water plants in Northern
British Columbia, better than the
si.o of thc town warrants, but Mr
Pool has a habit of looking luto the
futttro and ho says ho sees Ferguson a
few years honce grown into a large
town with many tine dwellings and
large stone anil brick business blocks.
Whilo tho water system will not be a
profitable investment for perhaps a
year, Mr. Pool is confident tbat in the
very near future it will pay handsome
profits.   We all hope he is rigbt.
Woman ltalll: Cashier.
Mrs. Sarah F. Dick, assistant cashier
and cashier of the First National Bank
of Huntington, Ind., for more than 110
years, is about to retire, becauso her
lather, president ofthe bank, is infirm
and needs her care. Her service has
been one nf rare ability: it, is said that
���'she holds the record for the greatest
number of transactions- 007 ia 300
minutes of 'open hours,' or one in
each 30 seconds." Mrs. Dick is not
tho only woman connected with tbis
bank; thero has been a majority of
women on tho board of directors for
20 years.���Springfield Republican.
New British Columbia Fillers.
Wonderfully rich placer fields are
said to have been discovered on the
fork of tlie Salmon river, near Erie,
British Columbia, about 17,1 miles
north of Spokane. The placers were
worked several years ago by an old
prospector in a small way and produced
enough (or the satisfaction of all his
wants, but it was not until liis death
this year, that the locality was discovered. In his cabin was found tbo
tools of placer mining and two brothers
took up a claim and havo cleared $1."
a day on each man cmyloycd. The
ground is very rich and is making a
lino record of production.���Ores And
Metals.    	
A Runaway.
Thore was a nasty runaway Tuesday morning in Ferguson. A horse
waa tied by the halter shank to an axo
fastened to a loadod sleigh and tho
load started for one of the miues. Tho
horse pulled back detaching the axe
from the load, then the horse became
frightened and started oft at a gallop.
When the horse was finally caught it
was pretty badly cut. Stitches wore
put in the cuts and tho animal is getting along nicely.
Development at tbe Silver Cup i*.
running along smoothly with a force of
thirty men. Good progress is being
made wilh the long tunnel on thc Sunshine by A. E. Garrett who is doing
Ibis piece of work by contract. Tbo
compressor plant is lying at Nelson
till the tram is completed, whon it can
be transported to tho mine.
The tram will not bo finished much
earlier than Xinas, although the most
difficult part of the work is done. Snow
is getting deep at tho Cup, making
outside work go more slowly. Eleven
derricks are uow up, reaching over
half way down the mountain and tbo
tension station is finished.
The Cup will commence about tho
first of January to send down largo
quantities of ore. It is expected that
the output for 1003 will show a largo
increase over any previous year, for
not only will thero be machinery tn
handle the output but the compressor
plant will greatly facilitate the development of tlie  nine.
The manager of thc War Eagle aud
Centre Star mining companies, denies
that the companies have bought or
striven to buy tho Trail smelter.
Sir. Willrid Laurier's health is causing anxiety to his friends. His modi-
cal attendant has ordered him away
for somo weeks 'or rest. Sir Richard
Cartwright will bo acting premier ir.
his absence. Sir Wilfrid Laurier ba<
gone to the Virginia hot springs
and will bo away at least three
months. His political friends ar.:
seriously alarmed as to bis condition,
Armour & Companies' big plant
which occupied three and a half acres
of ground at Silver City, la., was
totally destroyed by fire on Monday.
Loss $000,000.   Insurance $751,850.
H. N. Coursier has been appointed
broker for Revelstoke for the Calumet
Company which will operate the Eva,
The British Columbia government
lias borrowed $3,500,000 at 92. from
London, England,
THE CHURCHES.
Metlioilisl.
Service will bo held in Eagle hall
every Sunday commencing at 3 p. in.,
ana alternate Suudays at S p. m.   All
are invited to attend.
S. J. Green, Pastor.
Anglican.
Divine service will bo held overy
Sunday in Eagle hall at 3 iu the afternoon and 8 in the evening altornately
An invitation to attend is extended to \
everybody H, A, Solly,
(..ratti
.1. H. Ross, former governor of tiie,
Yukon Territory has completely
recovered from his recent severo Illness.
At a stato dinner recently given al
Government House, Ottawa, Sir Wilfrid Laurier was unable to attend
through illness.
Australians arc at-present in a bad
way for many of tho luxuries and
necessities of lifo. As thousands ol
flocks of'hoep have bee... <!Hl-,__ hy
tbe drouth nut i ir-, Being imported
fror*i Argentine.
**��� Toranti despatch says that Prof.
Goviwln Sm th has willed his brain
toC'o:....U I|' nlversity.
Thfa is th i day set for the hanging
of Henry Roso at Nelson for thc minder of Col i whieh took place near
Nakusp
Tho '. P. R, have given au orde..
for fou.* fast ..earners for tha Atlanta,
trade. ,ardeau Bagle \ n
'EAGLE BALL 111
it.li-.Ueii ovory  Friday ut Perguson, U. C,
iu-
E. G. WOODWARD,
tvlictm nil correspondence should bo mulled.
Subscription Raton 12.00 por annum, to
nny ���ddroaa In Amoricuj |l.2fi for bIx months)
��� !,60a yenr to forotga uddrcssofl. No pny, no
paper,
Job Printing! Tim Engle job flopnrtmont
��� ihi* bent equipped olHec, nnd the only ofllco
��� Hit'h fun furnUli tho typographical union
itbt.1 in North Kootonay: a([UiirHUtoo in Itself
��� good work und promptness.
on second floor in Eagle block
Ferguson, B. C,
Open for engagement for
day or night meetings
at reasonable rental.
Write or call on
Advertising Ratoa:   Di.-f-lity ads.,$1.00 por
���ingle column inch pery .'iitlt. l.ogul mis.. 12
���tun per (nonpnriel) lino for first Insertion; tt
���cuts per lint' f"r oaoh uddiiionul Insertion,
leading no" ha 10 cents per lino each issue,
s'lnotyd" legal notices, $10.. sixty days, |7.fi0j
.'.'��; tiHj'K. jo. No ads.ttoceptcu at less than
Iteso rates.   No room for quack ads.
tour weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 10C2,
EDITORIAL .VOTES.
It is reported that Smith Curtis
M. P. P., of Rossland has returned
to the fold ot Hon. Joseph Martin
We fail to sec where the policy or
attitude of Joseph Martin has
changed since the house prorogued,
to such an extent that Smith Curtis could reconcile his views with
those oi Martin. We think British
Columbia electors will welcome the
day when straight party politics are
introduced.
It will soon be convenient to call
together the members of the B. C.
egislature for a session. The
iroceeds ofthe loan that was recent-
y floated in London, England, be-
ig deemed sufficient to warrant
nother six months session. There
lay, however, be some money, too,
ir bonusing railways, etc.
The amount of the loan is three
id a half million dollars and it was
iderwritten at 92 per cent.,
E. 0. WOODWARD,
Proprietor.
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Smith tf Co.
45 Bleary St-,
������Montreal
1
Will be  represented in 9
Ferguson threo or four
days each month. Any
orders for clothing: will
rcceivo close attention
and we
GUARANTEE   A   FITjr
Our representative
S, A. Scott is a
practical tailor and
will mala, clothes
fit. Hold your
orders for him.
��
You a
Wage
Earner?
The Nelson board of trade have
nt out invitations to all who may
��� Interested in the lead industry in
3 province to attend a conference
��� the subject. The first session
II be held in the board of trade
oms, Nelson on Monday the 14th
large and representative
thering is looked for,
The Christmas number ot the
)\V Idea Woman's Magazine will
er many features lhar will prove
practical and limcly value during
1 coming holiday season. The
:ond Installment of "The Journal
a London Women'" "Christmas
esents lor Men," "How to tin-
tain a Christmas House Party,"
inexpensive Gifts for a Christmas
���.*3frrV"A   Children's  Parly     for
'tristmas, Will each   and  all add
' .ir quota to thy general interest
the book. The i-ontents will be
illiantly illustrateol, both in color
ites and in black ajiul  white,  and
'���������<��� regular utilitarian Portions will
r exceed the same presented by
��� y other magazine of the price,
If so why not invest some of your
earnings to meet a possible reversal
of fortune. Kor a safe, profitable
investment there is nothing beats
an   accumulation    policy    in   the
M
THE  Fl'RGUSON
SAW AND
PLANING
MILLS
t
All kinds of Rough
and Dressed Lumber
iri'stock.
Wc have engaged a
first class mechanic
and are prepared to
take contracts for anything in the building
line.    Workmanship
guaranteed.
SMITH & LABEAU,
PROPRIETORS.
Drugs nm Stationery
Prescriptions Carefully nnd
..Accurately Compounded..
A.  F.  RANKINE
P. 0.BLOCK, FERGUSON. B.C.
A. YEND.
H. BUFF.
It'
This is a purely mutual company
and all its assets, surplus and earnings belong to its policy holders,
For rates, etc., apply to agent,
E. 0. WOODWARD,
Ferguson, B. C.
Reduced to FIFTY
CENTS A YEAR
New Idea
Woman's
Magazine
Formerly
One
Dollar
THIS Is the cheapest and brat
Fashion Magazine now be-
fore the American public. Itshows
New Ideas In Fashions, In Millinery,
In Embroidery, in Cooking, in
Woman's Work and In Reading;
beautifully.Illustrated in colors and
in black and white. Above all, It'
shows the very fashionable New Idea
STn.ES, made from New Idea Patterns, which cost only 10c. each.
Send Five Cents To-day
for-vslngle copy of ths New I baa Woman's
Maoazitiij.' n<..i sea wliut ..-rt-.it valuo
for the money ft can give you.    ::   ::   ::
THE -ff-EW IIjEA PUBLISHING CO.
630 Broadway, New Vork, N.  Y.
Kaslo
Brewing Co.
Manufacturers   ol   IiIrIi   class
Beer nnd I'orter.   We make 11
Specialty ot Bottled Porter.
Keg and Bottled
.Beer
Is prime stuff.
Mail orderi* receive prompt attention.
YEND tf RUFF,
Proprietors,
KASLO,       -       -       -       B.O.
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ATCHMAKER
and JEWELER
A FIRST CLASS LINK 01'
WATCHES
CLOCKS
t AND
\        JEWELRY
AM. KINDS OF WATCH
ANIl JEWELRY KKl'AIItlNa
James V. Reeves,    ���
Ferguson, B. C.   I
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lllHIMtlHHIIIMIItlttt
Any limo check tailed at tlio (Ireat Viostcrli
Mines, Ltd., or Silver Clip Mine'', must be pre
seated Ior payment at the aljove companies
oliiocs. l,y tlio man Ior whom It is issued,
PONAI.D O, FORDKS, Manager,
The Townsite  of
FERGl)
The Pay-Roll   Centre of the
Rich   Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
in on the Ground Floor
t
Ij-J-V Tl,e Lardeau is the richest
|-W known mining district in British
T B Columbia and the mines, par-
��� 11 ticularly those about Ferguson,
contain large quantities ot ore
being big as well as rich. Several
new properties will ship
ore during the coming year and
the town is sure to double
in size Buy a few lots now
before the effect of this year's
progress sends them up, mayhap beyond your reach.
i
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
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For Further Information Apply to
Henry Floyd
General Agent,
Revelstoke, B. C.
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THE
prospectors' Exchange
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LAND/NO, fl. C.
TABLES StUTLIED WITII TIIE
������BEST IN TIIE MARKET**
���THE CHOICEST OF WINES,*
���* LIQUORS AND CIOARS ������
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Everybody    OUT  Special
s mokes     AND	
-  The Union
CIGAR
Tliey are all L'uio-i mado and ol tho
bost Havana Tobacco money oan
buy. Try ono and satlsly yourself
as to tbclr quality.
Union Cigar
Factory, H.A.
Brow n, Prop.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up the Queens. .Good accommodation
..Best ol service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
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Vy   nEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOARS.
;��,  FINELY EQOIPPKl) BAR.
BEST CUISINE SERVICE., iff
REFITTED AND REFUUNISUED/ -.'..
BEST ��2.00 A DAY HOUSE *&
IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT.     ., J_t
Hotel Lardeau
J. laughton, Proprietor.
W   NEATLY FURNISHED,
Wi.  WELL.LIQHTED AND HEATED ROOMS.
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FERGUSON, B. C. *���&
HEADQUARTER.! POR MINERS ���$���
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CONVENIENTLY <v-
' SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE. j*_; Notice to Delinquent Go-Owner.
To S. T. MoOoU, oc whomsoever he may Iihvc
transferred his I merest iti the Triune Fraction No.Sintneral olalm, situated on Brown
free';, in tho "Trout Lako Milling Division.
Wost Kootenay Dlstrlei ol H. (J.
You are hereby no tilled thut I havo expend*
L'dSW) in labor ami Improvements upon the
above mentioned fmetlonul mineral claim
siif. July 1st, lft):!, under the provisions of tho
Mineral Act, and if within 30 days from tho
date ��f this notion you fail or refnso to contribute your proportion of tin* above mentioned
stun, whhli is bow duo' together with nil
cost of advertising, your Interest in the said
claim will become tne property of tho undersigned undor sootlou i of the "Mineral Aet
Amendment Aot I9ui),
Uatod at Porguaon, ..'.-'., this 17th day of
October, 1002,
0. 0. Wood row.
Soli,-,..
Notice is heroby given timt 80days after dato
i Intend to t��t��piy Lo the iron, (.blot Commissioner ol Landjatid Wr-Wju ior n Hpoulal license
tocut and carry away tiirtbor irom the following dosorlbed lands in West Kootonay i Coin-
monolng m n po-tl planted about ouu-amt-n-
unartor miles south ol Ferguson and marked
"It. J, Oiimmfiis Houth-west t.ornor Post,
Oct. IRtli, 1902" thoiioo north ho chains, thenco
fust BOchalns, ilnjnco south 80 chniiis, thenee
wes. sOehnins to |untit oU'otnmeni'etnent.
hated OiM.lSih, 1002.
B.J. CUMMINS,
Notice,
Notice is hereby given ihut30 days nftcr date
I intend to apply to the Ilon. Chief Commissioner of [.limit* and Works (or a Bpecial license
tocut and carry away timber from the'follow-
Ing described lauds in west Kootonay; Com-
mend ng at a pom planted about ono-aud-n-
nuarter mile, south of Ferguson and'parked
"B. J. Cummins Bouth-Kast Corner Post, Oct,
18th, 1902"' thenee north mo chains, theneo
west 80 chains, thenee south 80chains, thenee
east 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated Oet. is, 1902.
B.J. CUMMINS.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that 80 days after
��� late I intend to apply to the chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to lease the foreshore and ;rlKhts thereof
for the purpose of erecting astorohouso In the
Trout Lake Dlntriet of west Kootenay, commencing at a post planted on the shore of
Trout lieke adjoining the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company's wharf, thence uuo feet
south,thence 800 feet west, thenee OUO feet north,
thenee :.00 feet east to point of commencement.
Dated atTrOUt Lake, 27th October. 1902.
DONALD 0, FO-RBEB-
Notico.
Hy assignment in writing dated Aug. 27th
Wtt2, Andrew Cummings of Ferguson, hotel
keeper, assigned to tho Hudson's Bay Company nil boo!; debts and credits then owing t*<
him iu connection with t'..e Imsin-'ss carrier
ou by him ai, tiie Balmoral hotel.
All persons then Indebted to enitl Cuminitiira
are rciiulred to pay the amounts owing forth
with nnd may olthor pay the money to Mr.
A. .1. Gordon ut thu Balmoral hotel. Ferguson
who has my authority to ronolpt for samo, or
iho money may be remitted direct tu me ai
Uevolsioko.
Kovolstoke, Aug. 80th, 1002,
OfiO.fl. MeCARTER.
Solicitor for the Hudson's ituy Co
Notico.
Lula Belle Fractional MinoialCh
Situated in  Trout  Lako Mining  Division Ol
West Kootonay District.
Located on Nettle L. Mountain adjoining tho
Nettie L. Minoral claim.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Gooriro ri. McCauor,
noting as agent for tho Groat Wostern Mines,
Limited Liibilitv, Free .Miners' certificate No
B, 48174, intent Iio days from the date hereof lu
apply to tbo Mining Recorder for a ' oi tillciit-
ot Improvrfmonts lor the purposo of obtaining
a Cro.vn Grant of Hie above claims.
AND FORTHKU TAKK NOTICE that action
under Soetlou 37 must be commenced before
the issuanco of suoh certificate of improvements.
Doted this 1st day of November, IPO...
GEO. S, MeCARTER.
THE   NEW AND  ONLY;
Notice.
Notlco is lier.'by given that wo tlifi unilcr
signed will mil lie lielil n'sponsible for any
rlrbts contracted by Gust Lindalil of tin: llutf-
\V ay House.
ANDERSO-f & FULMER,
International
Correspondence
Schools, s';%f,,x'
Gives Instruction by mall ln tlio follow*
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thenpeiitics, French, German, Spanish.
Send tor free catalogue.
10 por ecu: discount by cutting out this
ad. and et}rolling before end of month,
W. U. McDOIIOALL, Local Agent,
NeUoii, It, C.
There is only one best mining Journal.
That is
Mines and Minerals.
Ii. has a larger circulation than auy two other
American mining Journals because it is the
best. It Is tho largest, best Illustrated and
handsomest inln! ig journal in the world. It
|s a mining paper -or mining wen. Sub-scrip-
Vtlon price |3,0b per year. Send for froo sample
yw, Address MINES AND MINERALS, Sorau-
l l-Hpa,.O.S, A. Denver offices, Ilarth Dldg.,
j)hHim-.':'.'
The B.C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. wa.
VANCOUVER, a. 0.
Headquarters for AssayeM, Mining
ft A1IU Supplies. Solo agents iu D.
(,', for Morgan fnirlble Co., Iiattorsea,
England] F. \v. Braun & Co,'a Patent
t.tiry ParnnoeSj Bumors,etc., Wm. Ainu-
worth & Oo.'s Flue Balances, etc.. etc.
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Including tho l-'ish Creekeamp
and Upper Dune uKiver soetlou, compiled by A, P. Cummins, I', L, 8., and B
shannon. II. A., is now ou stile nt this
olllco. The ready sale of the map is
luuviiu. all we have said for it. The
Trout Lake division is lithographed in
black, the Lardoau In red,and the Ainsworth in blue. Even a tenderfoot could
take a copy of this map and lind any
elaim recorded in the three divisions.
The mountains, hikes, creeks, wn^on
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
und the 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 every geographical
feature is so well defined thut ono can
see at a glance thc nature of our country
and the trend cf the claim locations
gives au intelligible idea of the mineral
belts running through thu camp. It is
certainly
The   Best   Worth   For   One  Dollar
over offered in the map line of a mining
CKtnp. It is the first complete map of
tbe district nnd is Helling well. It is Just
what you are looking for. WK ALSO
HAVE A FEW MAPS MOUNTED ON
LINEN, WITH A GOOD COVER, FOR
TRAVKLLEKH OR PROSPECTORS,
WHICH SELL AT ?1.M. THESE ARE
TDK HEST VALCE, AH THEY WILL
LAST FOR YEARS.
Address your order, wilh an
enclosure of a one dollar bill, I no
chei{ucs, orders, etc.] to
Mining companies op others ordering
lots of 1.0 or more, maps will bo supplied at 50 cents each.
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
���Vi -^ v i ��� cs->% v
atte of North America
THIS !H TIIE
UNION' LABEL of
the United Hatters
of North America.
When you are buv*
ng a FUR HAT,
ither soft or stiff,
i-ce to it thai the
genuine U N I 0 N
\* \^-ffllB^WJSy- / Label is sewed in it.
\/7\wSU^JmyL / If " retailer ha*
\Qi��?^��*ffi$V ll,H-Kt) ,!i,Jl,|i- I" hi>
\fferrri:W*y possesion and of.
- *-'--*"���-���"���'���*-l-^ fers to put ono In a
hut for you, iio not
jntronizo him. He
y Hgut to na\o loose labels. Loose
heis iu retail stores nre counterfeits. Do not
luteti to any explanation as to why tlie hat
ias no label, The Genuine Union Label Is
erforated on (he four edges exactly the same
is'a ptistt.ge stamp. Counterfeits aru sonic-
timos perforated on three of tho cdtros, and
���imctlmcs onlv on two. Keep a sharp lookout
for the counterfeits. Unprincipled mauufac*
lurors are using them In ordor to get rid of
their scab-made hats. The John li Stetson
o. of Phlladolphlui i'a., Is non-union concern,
JOHN A. MOFFITT, President,
Orange, N. J.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Secretary,
il 797 Bedford Ave.. Brooklyn, N.Y
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ,   .   ,
ARROW LAKES, B.C.
Rituatod'midst scenery unrivalled for
grandeur. The most complete health
rosoiton tho continent of North America.
Its baths cure all Nervous and Muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
Kidney, Liver and Stomach ailments,
They are a never Inning remedy for
all metallic poisons, completely purifying the system.
TERMS���$15 to IIS nor week, according to residence in Hotel or Villas.
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
Capital Authorized, $4fooo,ooo
Capital [Paid-up) $2,863,032
-Rest $2,438,595
HRAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
1). R. Wllklo, General Manager.
Brandies In Ontario, Quebec, Man
T. and Hrilish Coluinbh
libit, N. \y.
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS.
Great Britain��� Lloyds Hank, Limited
United Statos���New Vork, Hank ol Montreal,
"        "    ��� Chicago, First National Hunk.
" '���     ���San   brauolaco,  Wells   Fargo
a.<vh Bank.
" "    ���St. I'tuil.-HeeoiHl Nat'l  Hank.
"    ���Minneapolis, First Nat'l Bank
" '��     -Seattle, Seattle National Hunk
BRANCHES IN It. C,
Vftuconver,  Bevels toko.    Nelson,   floldcn,
Ferguson Victoria,
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Interest allowed at current rates.
A general bulking business transootod.
W. MACDONALD
Local Manager.
Time Table.
S. S. ARCHER OR S.S. LARDEAU.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, coniuioncinK Octo-
boi* 14th, 1001, will sail as follows,
weather permitting,
Leaving Arrowhoad for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice daily���10k and 151c.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice daily��� 7il5k and
12;J5k. Making close connections
with all C. P. U. Steamers and trains.
The owners res'ervo tho right to
change times of sailings without
notice.
Th9 Fred Robinson Lumber Co. Ltd
'���j-J WORLDS   't-t
Scenic Route
D1KUCT LINK
EAST-Winnlpog, Toronto,
Ottawa, Montreal. St. .mini,
Halifax, Boston, New York.
WEST���Westminster, Vancouver, Victoria, Skagway,
Dawson, Seattle, Portland,
San Lrancisco.
Upper Lako Ht-mun.-r*
Leave Fort William Bundav,
Tuesday, Friday vlaSoo Une,
St. Paul. Dulutb, Chicago.
Tourist Sh'ciiev Service
EAjT
Lv. Dnnmore Jet. dally for
St. l'aul. Kooty. Ldg. Tucsr,
Sat. for Toronto and all eastern points.  ���
WEST
Lv. Revelstoke daily for Seattle Vancouver and Coast cities.
Through  tickets to Europe
via. all Atlantic lines.
Prepaid   tickets   from   all
points at lowest rates.
For full Information apply to local agents
J. S. CARTER,   E. J. COYLE,
D. P. A., A. G. P. A.
Nelson. Vancouver.
J. DONOVAN, Agent, Arrowhead.
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General Merchants
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Windsor Hotel
When coming Into Forguson tho first hotel to
seo is the Windsor. If ono is looking (or the
best accommodation, I. c. Clean, woll tended
rooma, a woll furnished table nnd choice liquors and cigars, then tho Windsor is the bost
place to stop. Reading rooms and parlors
nicely furnished.   Everything quiet.
Madam O'Connor, Proprietress.
CO HOUSE FURNISHERS
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I LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND I
* CHINA MATTING. .
IRON BEDS a Specialty      \
$5 and up. I
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Goods can be furnished to any part ol Lardeau on very shoii notice
as the service is such that delivery can be made in one day from Nelson
No Charge for packing ���.....-,��.+>+���.,���,........��_-.,..,,....,
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: Funeral Directors and 1
Embalmers. \
���
M   IGradunte of Myerfs OpUogo of Embalming]   ���
Can attend case at t'erguson at ten  f
hours notice if advised by wire, !
111
D. J. Robertson * O
NELSON, B. C.
Capitalization $2,000,000
la 2,000,000 Shares, Par Value 11,00 Each.
i-r^1-
Bi>a��?^fe
  ��� ASSETS - -   -   -
Three-quarters of tho Capital Stock in Treasury, 25,000 shares Simillm-
meon \'alley Coal Co., Ltd., Stock, ten acre Smeltor site at Ashnola.
Three Mineral claims situated three miles from Ashnola.
11540 acres Coal Lands, near Okanagan Lake, having an eight foot seam
of good steam and Domestic Coal.
Tho lirst 200,000 of these shares have already been suhseribedaud shares
aro now soiling at 15 cents on calls of tiro and one-half cents per month.
For Further Information apply to
R. J.  STEEL,
Ottlclttl broker,
Nelson, B. C.
If you   are   building   or contemplate building wc 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 in
every particular,     Write: Sawyer Bros.,  Revelstoke, B. C.
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Snow, lots of snow.
Thos. Taylor, M. L. A., visited Ferguson Wednesday.
A. Hillman will give a dance in his
hotel nl, Ten-Mile in tho near future.
A. McDoncllof tho Hotol Revelstoke.
is in Forguson.
Masquerade hall lu Eaglo hall tonight,   Don] a shoot and mine  alon<;.
Alex. Brown is putting tho finishing
touohes-to the Miner's Union hospit.,1.
P*. vV. K. Newcombe has movod his
office to room No. 15, Fergueon hotol.
Jim Graham was sober Thursdlay.
Wonder if that's a sign of & cold
winter?
Ed. Perry, wife and family left
Ferguson Monday. They havo mnved
' to Ymir, I'. C.
D. Littlo of Nelson, who purchased
tho bankrupt stock of Cummins & Co.,
returned to Ferguson yesterday.
Percy Chapman the popular manager of A. McDonald & Co.'sVaneouver
branch store, is in Ferguson today.
D. Burgess returned from Nelson
Tuesday accompanied by Mrs. Burgess
and child.
E. G. Hadow, assistant manager of
tho Great Western Co., paid a visit to
the Silver Cup Sunday.
Don't forget the Hospital ball
tonight. Tickets for dance and sup-
por $1.50.   Ladies free.
Frank Holten returned Tuesday
from Camborne, where he collected
*_.(> for the Miners' Union hospital.
DIED-On Tuesday, Nov. 4th, at
the Queens hotel, Trout Lake, Gust
Gustavson of the I. X. L., aged 39
yoars.
A whist party was hold last night
at tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
McCrossan. A thoroughly enjoyable
limo wasspont by all present.
A goneral meeting of the shareholders of tho Ophir-La*, j Syndicate, Limited will bo held in the companies
office tomorrow at three o'clock.
S. Daney took his pack train, consisting of 20 head of horses out to
Kamloops on Monday where, he will
winter them.
Percy G. Shallcross, of Vancouver,
representing the New York Eaglo
brand of condensed cream, paid a business trip to Ferguson Saturday.
W, H. Gender is kept busy these
days, superintending the Triune mine
as well as taking Mr. Mills' place as
juperintondentof tho tram.
S. C. Matthews, of the firm of Matthews, Towers & Co., wholesale men's
furnishers of Montreal, was a visitor
'.n Forguson this week.
Rev. H. A. Solly held the usual
fortnightly service in Eagle hall
Sunday afternoon last. The Episcopal
congregation is growing in numbers.
Frank Holten returned from Camborno ovor the divide to Ferguson on
snow shoes. Quite an undertaking
with snow three feet doep.
FOK SALE���A four roomed dwelling house and two lots on one of the
best corners in tho residence part of
Ferguson for sale on easy terms.
Apply to Eagle office.
M. Jaggers. who has been working
at the Triune all summer, left Wednesday for Halcyon Springs. He will go
from Halcyon to bis home in New
Westminster.
Snow is getting so deep that in going to and from tho residence portion
of tho town at night one has to carry
a lantern or a "bug," One stop off
the beatci. trail means two and a half
feet of snow. ���
The Eagle'6 clubbing offer of either
the Winnipeg Free Press or Montreal
Star together with the Eagle for one
year for $2.50, Is being taken advantage
of by a large number. We havo still
room for more names on our list.
Tho Eagle office is afflicted with a
sort of phonomania. In other words
it has a phonograph that persistently
talks French and Spanish. When we
arrive in tho morning wo are greeted
by "bonjeur." When the printerl
calls out ''C-o-p-y," the machine
answers "oul monsieur," ]
Rev. S. J Green and Mrs. Green
were   visitors   in Fergusonthis week.
W. F.. C'jchrane, of Maclcod, Alta..
visited the Oyster-Criterion mino, in
which ho is interested, this weok.
Ten tons of machinery for tho Silvor
Cup tramway, purchased by R. C.
Riblot, left tho factory at Nouson for
Ferguson last Friday.
If you aro In search of Christmas
presents leavo your order with J.
Reeves sho can supply you with
beautiful stick pins inado from tho
first bullion from our smelter which is
a good souvenir of Forguson to send to
your friends.
The game of cribbage is becoming
very popular in Ferguson. Ping pong
is boin,;* ;��iven a rest. 'There is talk,
however, of it being revived after the
holidays. Rumor says that a whist
club is to bo formed,
Fred Fraser, government agent and
assessor for tho Lardeau and Revelstoke districts was in Ferguson Tuesday making the annual assessment.
He found a considerable increase over
a year ago in trade and goods carried
in stock. Mr. Frasoj* has strong faith
in Ferguson and the mining properties
contiguous to town.
Mrs. Sutherland and her son John,
who are pioneers of Ferguson, have
gone to spend the winter in Revelstoko. John is largely interested in a
promising Lardeau mining property
adjoining the famous Triune mine, and
will return in the spring to superintend
developraent ofthe property.
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Land g
jj Surveyor *
|    Ferguson and Trout Lake,    k
3 Surveys made and Crown Grants k
]j "       Obtained. C
3 Office:      ���      -      Trout Lake. t_
WILLIAM A. BAUER,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
WM&,
| McKinnon c& Sutherland | I
Headquarters for Clothing
of All Kinds. Our Mackinaw
Suits are rain and cold proof.
Surveys of Mines, Mineral Claims and
Crown Limds. Crown Grants Obtained and Assessments Managed
(or Absentees.
Olllccs:  Camborne and Vancouver
Locals With n Pnyittreak.
Saddle horses for sale. We havo 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 telephone. A trip
can often bo saved to Trout Lako, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
the phone. Office in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
Smokers: If you want tho genuine "Union" and "Our Special"
cigak see that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped In gilt letters on every box.
���H. A. Brown, Revelstoke, B. C.
* To get acquainted with this district
you should have a copy of the now and
only map. Send a one dollar bill to
the Eagle and secure one at once.
D. J. Robertson & Co., of Nelson,
have juBt received a consignment of
the latest designs in children's sleds
and perambulators.   Prices right.
I give notlee that the partnership heretofore
existing between myself and II. T. Bury, under
tlie lirm name of R.T. Ilury A Co.. is dissolved
by in i*.
G. B. BATHO.
Nov. Mill, 1502.
Q     BHAKNON, B. A.
ASSAYER anil ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST.
H-*.ilc*iiarters for Information Regarding
Lardeau Properties.
U'.ltc for Infurmutlnn*
Call aad ste Samples*
OFHCE:   V1CTOKIA AVE..
FERGUSON, B, C.
TJOBERT HODGE,
BARRISTER, ETC.
Solicitor for
The Imperial Bank
Ferguson, 15. C.
OFFICE-In tbo Ophir Lade bloeli.
T] ABVEY, McCARTER 4 PINKHAM,
Barristers, Sollciters, etc.
Ofllces: Revelstoke, Golden, and Ferguson. Kolieltors for Imperial Bank
oiCauada.
Groceries, Drygoods and
Hardware arriving constantly
by car Lots.
McKinnon c�� Sutherland
Geo. S. McCarter.
I. A. Harvey.
A. M. Pinkham.
"TIRED C. ELLIOTT,
Banister,  Notary Public etc.
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B, C.
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i The Post Office Store fc
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i O. B. Batho d. Co. \
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One car load of Groceries and two car loads vegetables u st put
in stock. Our stock of genera! merchandise is well selected and
complete. We have a variety of Carpet Squares that will pleaso.
Our special line this month is rubber goods. Ladies and mens' rub-
bors and coats, etc.   We have apples and pears for everybody.
de V.leMAISTREiJ.M.SCOTT (,
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w.
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
REVELSTOKE, B. C,
J. M, SCOTT, A. B. L. L. B.
W, do V. lo Maistro, M. A.
Notice.
All accounts duo to tlie late firm of Oum-
mins&Co., Ferguson.B.(!., must be paid at
once to Frod C. Elliott, Trout Lake City or to
A. C. Cummins, Ferguson, B.C., or to the
undersigned purchaser.
THOMPSON E. L. TAYLOR.
Xov. 12th, 1902, Revelstoke.
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perguson Qarber
Wlion you want a
GOOD SHAVE
LATEST HAIR CUT
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Roy Jameson
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Hot or Cold Batbs in Connection.
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FERGUSON
Having purchased tho
Ferguson Meat Market we
are prepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of
Fro-h and cured moats, A
good Bupply of Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Sausages, Hams
and Bacon  always on hand.
P. BURNS & ID.
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON & SLINGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite the Postoffice.
i Packing and Fer&uson Packing
^ Freighting
and
Transfer Outfit.
1
Contracts entered into for packing of Mining Supplios,
etc., to any point in the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed. Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Ferguson
a specialty.
I
THE KING'S HOTEL
Well  lighted and heated by hot air
furnace.      Tables supplied with the
best the market affords.
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Merchant Tailor,
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Will receive prompt
attention.
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MCDONELL �� BLACK.
Preprletors.
FERGUSON, B. C.
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