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VOL.IL NO. tf.ty FERGUSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA, NOVEMBER 14,
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12.00 A YEAR.
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Working Men Should Lay Off and
Hit the Trail
O01HE AND PLDNK FOR FOLEY
GLOWING P
Every Indication of a  ,   The Lardeau  Mines
December 6th is the  Day Your
Presence   is   Requested   at the
Polling Booth.���A Fitting   Time
to Pay Tribute to a Candidate
From Your Own Ranks.
Men-working in the mines round and
about this distriot will be pleased to
note that the date for our election has
been fixed by the  returning  officer.
Thursday, December 6th, is the day to
be at the polling booth.   Hit the trail
for Forguson in time to cast your vote
for Chris. Foley, the people's candidate  and  the  only candidato with a
platform in your interests.   Don't 6ay
"oh well he will not need my vote."
Over confidence defeats many a good
cause.   It may be your vote that will
elect Foley.   Don't tako any chances,
but come down the hill and plunk for
Foley on Dec. 6th.   Read his address,
weigh it carefully, and urge your fellow workmen to -como along with you
to help along the good cause.   Don't
scab on election day.   Do your duty
and use your franchise in the interests
of progressive government���and your
own.   Bury any petty grievances you
t  may have and let the noble principles
we espouse  predominate.   If you  do
not vote and work for your own interests how can you expect to bo reckoned
with by the "great" party men.   Thc
Conservative party   has  faded  away
like a beautiful dream, to bo succeeded
by a now-born "party, which will bring
about what the peopleaneed) a co-operative government.   It  is now  up  to
you.   Play your hand.
Railway next Spring
are   Ore   Producers.
After all there is nothing like stick-1
ing everlastingly at it. For weeks and
months the people of this district have
been working diligently to secure the
attention of the C. P. R, officials for a
few minutes. Several Letters were
written to President Shaughnessy, he
was waited upon in Nelson and lately
three different electrical tramway
companies have been negotiating for
the construction of a railway between
here and deepwater landing on the
arm, and now it is evident that our
united efforts and appeals are to be
re warded���very soon. On Wednesday
last, just as the last copy of the Eagle
was being printed, a survey party of
34 with P.M. Young in charge, bove in
sight on Victoria avenue, causing a
great commotion in town as to what on
earth was up. They pitched their
tents near the Windsor hotel, purchased supplies from local merchants,
and the following morning bright and
early found them all at work. Of
course the real objec/t of their mission
is  unknown,   but  it  looks as though
This is the Beason between summer |
and winter. There is too much snow
to prospect and too little to commence
rawhiding. But it is a remarkable
fact that nearly every man in the district is at work. With the increased
forces being put on in the Pish ereok
district, the Old Gold camp in full
swing, the Sunset and Surprise being
developed, the Nottie L. constantly
adding more men to its gang, the Free
Coinage being worked under lease, the
Cup employing from twelve to twenty,
tho St. Elmo starting up a winter
camp, the Towser in full swing and
many other minor properties being
worked by individual owners the prospects are much more encouraging than
6ver boforo. There has been more
actual development, more rich and
important finds and strikes during the
past season than in any previous live
years; more men employed than heretofore; and last if not least, the railway seems nearer construction point
than ever before. The foundation ban
been laid this season for next, and rail-
still no sign of the other wall. Raw-
hiding is being somewhat delayed but
the working force is being gradually
increased and everything is in readiness for the snow. What a difference
it would mean if the railway could run
them in a spur. Instead of dozens of
men employed it would mean hundreds;
the Lo Roi of Ferguson.
'Dad." Black's Impression of the
Nettie L. Mine.
President Shaughnessy had decided to | way or no railway next season is
build the 20 miles from here to Coma- i bound to be a hummer, This winter
plix at an early date, as the surveyors j will see more ore blocked out aud more
arc busy locating tho best route to j shipped than all previous winters to-
reach Ferguson.. As is known a pre- gather. Taking all tfeese things into
liuiinary survey bus already been ' consideration tho people 'ul Lardeau
made from here to water navigation, I havo no particular kick coming. Other
but for the fact that a grade is being ; embryo mining camps had to contend
looked for, below the Lardeau-Dnnean | with  oven   more  difficulties than wc
The Silver Oup.
The winze from tho lower tunnel at
the Silvor Cup is now down about 60
feet and the ore is increasing still in
values. This gives the Cup a total
depth of over 400 feet. The prospects for tho Cup were never brighter
and the increased development work
constantly discloses more ore bodies.
Great credit indeed is due to Supt. D.
G. McNeil for tim energetic maner in
which he "is opening up and proving
this property to bo one of tbe riehest
and best ore producers in the Lardeau
district. It is to bo hoped that the
management will see their way clear
to ship GOO or TOO tons this winter.
SURE OF FOLEY'S ELECTION.
Tho certainty of Chris. Foley's olec
tion is daily becoming greater, says
the Rossland Miner, and both of the
old   parties   are  in   a panic over the
accessions which are beingmado to the
ranks of his supporters.   Each, however, is cherishing the delusion that
its candidate may go in between thu
other two.   No greater mistake could
be made.   Tho Labor candidate is sure
of election, and is not troubling himself in the slightest particular over the
result.   He is tho only one of tho candidates who is meeting the people of
the  constituency  and   telling    them
what he purposes doing when he goes
to  Ottawa.     The  campaigns of   Mr.
Galliher and Mr. MacNeil are practically at an end, and thoy aro simply
awaiting election day to see what tho
people are going to do for them���or
with them.    Roth Conservatives and
Liberals are committing a grave error
politically;   without a chance to win,
they are keeping their candidates in
tho field and courting the hostility of
the labor element when by withdrawing their nominees they would ensure
tho election of a membor who would bo
satisfactory to all parties and to the
government, and   who  would  be an
i^cal representative   of  this  mining
district.
MUST HE LOW ERY.
Been asked to drink    11,262
Drank    11,202
Requested to retract  410
Did retract  410
Invited to parties and receptions
by parties fishing for puffs.. 3,333
Took the hint  33
Didn't take the hint  3,300
Threatened to bewhipped.... 170
Been whipped ;  0
Whipped the other fellow  4
Didn't come to time  166
Been asked what'B the "news?"' 300,000
Told  23
Didn't  know  200,000
Lied obout it  09.977
Beon to church  2
Changed politics  33
Expect to change still  50
Gave to charity  $5 00
Gavo for Terrier dog  25 00
Cash on hand  100
���Ex.
proposed route, the programme given j
in last issue will likely be fulfilled.
From the time the road leaves the foot
of Trout lako it will gradually ascend
tho mountains on tho east side of the
lake, come through the Lardeau Duncan pass and easily decend to Ferguson. From here, tho placo where the
mines arc, the survey already mado
will suffice. Whatever may be the
outcome it matte-s little, so long
as the railway reaches the mines; but
it is at least assuring to seo men busy
cross-sectioning, relocating and work-
idg steadily on tho proposed route.
There can scarcely be any doubt
about the C. P. R.'s intention to com-
monco construction as soon as possible
next spring. Indeed tho Eagle fails
to see how tho "wait" can be prolonged for another year. Tho very fact
that no less than three companies are
willing to build an electrical tramway
for that" "20 miles of railway wanted,"
should he sufficient evidence to
President Shaughnessy to go ahead
and if not, the recent visit hero from
ore buyer Moore, Percy Chapman,
president of the wholesale association,
Nelson, should have a stimulating
effect. When Nelson wholesalers and
Lardeau ore producers work in unity
something must come of it. We have
tho ore and a great opening: for creating a splendid market. Henco the
happy combination.
At last tho Eaolk fools safe in assuring its many readers that next year
will seo this district tapped by a railway. The rest of th ��� story is short.
This district will the i domonstrate to
the world the many claims that havo
boen mado for it.
have, but their time of prosperity has
come, and so it will Ik1 with this district. If ever there was a silver lining
in tho dark clouds of "waiting" this
fall shows it up in all its beauty.
Another twelvo mouths will work wonders in this district and tho EAGLE
cares not how soon the change come.*?.
It will be found leading the procession.
all
Anxlotu
Word has bee
of the Lardeau
the Slociin.   Ro
camp.--.    Thoy
and   already  anxi
this distriot, lo oo
ivo properties,
pressed of thin dis
tho   outside   has
enthusiasm.    Tlio
boy,
ol Back.
leived from many
who aro now in
nd and Boundary
cem fo lie working
ms to get back tn
n up thoir respect*
'he   confidence c.x-
ed  t
will
everyone on
io boys with
bo no guess
an
a rush in here next spring,
or even earlier
in I.i
i Oi
Tlio   Monnl
M. C. Millor
lias   purchased
group, consisting of the
No.   1   and  2 and tho Mc
This   group    Ilea    on
between the Black  Warr
Gold    groups.      The    1
endeavor to  obtain   mor<
concerning tho  property
next two weeks.
nltl
lestown. N. P..
Mountain Lion
he Black Scott
Mountain Lion.
the summit
arrlor  and Old
Eagle   will
particulars
during the
The Sunset- Group.
Messrs.  S. Shannon, B. A., and H.
Carter wero up tho north fork of the
Lardeau    yesterday.       Thoy     found
Frank Holten and Wm. Shannon hard
at word iu thc tunnel now being driven
in the ledge.   They are In 18 feet and
tho face of thc tunnel   is   in   a  5 foot
ledge   of   quartz thoroughly  impregnated with  galena,   iron   pyrites and
yellow copper. Every shot is bringing
in more and better ore and by thc time
thoy reach the point under their surface shewing, some 10 feet above, tho
chances for a solid chute of ore aro very
favorable. Even now thc oro encountered is a splendid concentrating proposition. The men are comfortably | D0W tho task would be well nigh
located in the new quarters just completed and with a good sized srnib
stake on hand next spring should soo
tho Sunset one of Lardeau's prominent
groups. The management arc form-
nato in having water so convenient and
timber so plentiful, aa it is an important item iu the cost of mining.
The Orosscut From the Southeast
Drift   Still in  Solid   Ore.-From
Forty to Sixty Sacks is the Daily
Output.��� The   Ore  Values   Are
Growing Richer and Richer.
J. N.   Black,   or  better  known as
"Dad,"-was up at the Nettie L. on Saturday last and had many good things
to say of that mine upon   his   return.
''Dad," as may be expected, has visited
tbe  property  probably  oftener than
any other man   in   the  camp,   and is
therefore more in touch with  the the
development work  going on than tbe
manager himself.   As he   approached
thc ore house he found somo  200 tons
of sacked ore piled up under  a makeshift roof awaiting the   rawhide.     In
tlie ore house two men are busy sorting  the   remnants  of  ore left in the
workings  after   the    sacking    there.
Entering the main   tunnel  and going
into tbe  south-east drift aud crosscut
therefrom he found the afternoon shift
busy    sacking   [ore    in   thc  face of
the   crosscut      and     also    in     the
winze, now sunk some 2;j   feet  on ore,
from the crosscut.   Tn this winze there
is 18 inches  of  absolutely clean oro.
while the face of thc crosscut is still in
solid ore.    The last 10   feet driven,
approaching tho footwall at this point,
exposed a 4 ft. seam of clean solid oro.
fn  the stope above for lo or 20 ft. tne
Bame quality and quantity of an oro
body ovists' " pa*-!" honoflU;
that this ore will go 1000 ozs
to tlie ton.   The average tes
what is already sacki I go \ 390 ozs. Iu
silver, 811   in  gold  and 3( r coot.
lead to tho ton. An i the ore uow being mineu is even richer than that.
already sacked and tested. TIo exp >ci a
in fact that the average value from
now ou will reach 500 ozs. to the ton.
Phenomenal values ind.*,.']. ������ Dad"
also says that the two waste dumps,
now growing in size, will average 30
ozs. in sliver to the ton���a good concentrating proposition. This mi no
alone, " Dad" affirms, will make tho
future of this camp solid enough for
him. Rut as will bo soon from tf.'-'
r< ports elsewhere in this Issue there
are several NettieL.'sin this. camp.
The management intend to commence
the construction of anew bunk house
at once, to accomodate tho increasing
force. Th" Nettie L. is a wonder! d
mino for its ago of development.
. in silver
1 value of
ew ownors
The
Tbe i
sent orders to gel
shipment of 2 or
nf th
jroup have
a smelter test
of ore, but ns
THE MAN  BEHIND THE VOTE,
tbo snow  is rather deep up there just
ELECTION DATE SET FOR DEC. UTH.
D. W. McDonald, returning officor
for Yalo-Cariboo, has finally announced
that the nominations for this constituency will be held at Revelstoke on
Monday November 19, and tho election on December 6. This Is the latest
date possible under the statute.
The Towner,
,J. Sweeney, foreman, Goo. Lafonnc
and Mrs. Laforme, J. Atkinson, Chas.
Richards aud two others aro now at
the Towser. Supplies are in and work
has re-commenced in earnest. Just as
soon as possible tho force will bo
Incroasod to throe shifts a day. It is
moro than possiblo that this property
may yet become a shipper this winter.
possible
The cat
ready f
pring.
-though
pus ill1
im*
e ore is thore.
'd and everything
work in the oarlj
Want lo Ship 1SOO Tons Now.
If Craig & Hillman can get the oro
out to tho Landing1 the Nettie L. will
ship 1600 tons this' winter. Manager
Pool will try and arrange with them
for this output to-day.
Whon an attempt is made to minimi. ��� the strength and importance of
lhe worklngmen'a vote in Yale-Cariboo
a  littlo  reflection  will prompt a I
pertinent questions,
By whose voto was Mr. Smith Curtis elected In tho Rossland riding?
Ry whom was Mr. John Houston
elected in tbo Nelso * riding?
What vote carried to victory Mr.
Robert Green of Kaslo?
Hy whose vote was Mr. Thomas Taylor successful in lluvelstoke?
It is well known that tho Labor vote
elected every one of theso men. To
use a military phrase then cau either
of the old parties afford to Iguoro ''the
man behind lhe gun."���Kossland
Miner.
NOTES FROM FISH GREEK DISTRICT.
THEN WHY NOT SU1TORT HIM.
A POWERFUL TEXT.
The Topic Bays: "There is
question of Mr. Foley's oarnestness,
nor is there any doubt tbat ho is tho
equal of either of the other candidates
inability."
Tho Nottie L.
Secretary A. H. Holden, Revolstoke,
writes to manager Pool, who is uow at
tho mine: "The Great Western
Mines, Ferguson, B.C., is entitled to a
diploma, on account of tho oro exhibited by them at the Paris exhibition,
1900, whon tho Canadian exhibit took
the 'Grand Prize' for silvor'ore."
Foreman Crilly was down a few oven'
Camborne, Nov. 8.���Mr. -Magco of
Comaplix, paid a visit ou Thursday to
the Coppor Dollar, whore ho expects to
keep a force of men working during
the winter.
Mr, Grade, of Nelson, and Andy
Rosenberger paid a visit to the Eva
group on Thursday last. Mr. Reck, of
Comaplix, has gone up to tako charge
of the work. Cabins are being built,
and everything make ready as quickly
as possible.
One day last week one of our hunters
while after cariboo, unexpectedly
camo on to ono, which charged him,
but only having one horn, ho managed
to catch that with ono hand and wit!
"Pay the editor ! "   What a .sermon
could   be  preached    with   thi-   above
throe words for a text,   Yes, indeed,
pay the editor; you then will be sue-
cessful  in all your business dealings.
It is written so.    Vou  will   be kind to
your children,  to tho di :r, and evi n
will want to kiss your mother-in-law
(God foryive ine forlyin;.)   You will
discover a rich claim in the Lardoau,
become a power in your burg, live to i
good old age, and  when yuu die you
will have a two column in pica-sst-solid
notice of your carl; demise, and probably  the foreman might tako time to
reverse tho column  rules for you,   Re-
j member it takot* pencils and ink, aud
ings ago and says that that aftornoon. ������    .     . r**i****iii***********i******************����������������
the miners sacked 40 sacks of clean ore Who othor he got his knife aud cut its just a few pennies, to run this sheet.
in the crosscut from the east drift, aud throat. | Apologies to " Lue Vernon." Lardeau Eagk
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LARWEAU EAGLE,
FERGUSON, B.C.
WEDNESDAY,     NOV.    14,
MOD.
BUT ONE CHOICE
The Conscrvatc party is a dead issue.
The only hope for progressive electors
is to vote the Independent Labor ticket
and thereby urge upon the Liberals
the necessity of introducing moro
legislation beneficial to the masses.
Canada must bo protected from the
hordes of Chinamen and little brown
men ; Canada must place compulsory
arbitration of labor disputes upon the
statute books; Canada must own her
railways, etc.; Canada mtjst enact a
legal working day of oight hours,
abolish the contract system and
educate children, rather than maintain a system that drives them to the
factory at tender years. Those arc the
paramount issues. The rest of the
programme can be handled by any
body of competent business men.
The government officials are our
business managers and as shareholders
we have a right to demand tho abovo
bo mado issues, meaning as they do
justice, equality and a financial gain
to tlio wholo people, instead of a
private corporation, What is good
for a private concern would be good
still for all the people, tho shareholders.
In Chris. Foley tho electors of Yale-
Cariboo-Kootenay havo a representative who advocates tho above in its
entirety. Mr. Foley may bo rather
more Liberal than Conservative, but
knowing him to be a man of principle,
wo have tho assurance that when those
iho people's) interests aro at stake,
that neither party cau apply tho whip
and twist him into line. This, gentlemen, is what we want, a man who we
aro dead certain is all right.
While thero may bo many good
qualities in Mr. Gallaher, tho Liberal
candidate, as a straight "party" repro-
sontitave. the labor vote has no claim
on him. Ho belongs to the classes
now and to tho classes ho will belong
hereafter. Turn down the old party
candidates.- The Liberals, by the
gracious aid of Tarte, Bouriassa and
Quebec, arc too strong already, and as
tho Conservate party is a dead issue
it behooves us to inagurate a new
and progressive party���ono whioh
will really represent live issues���
as against prejudice and political jobbery. Vote for Chris. Foley and progression.
SCREAMLETS.
Remember! Election day Thursday
December Oth.
The people must l-oou own tiie trusts
will own the people.
There is no excuse this time for an
elector to choose the lesser cvii. Vote
for Foley and progression.
'Tis as hard f'r n rich man to outer
th' kingdom iv Uivin as it Is I'm poor
man to get out Iv Purgatory.
Don't scab on election day. Plunk
for tho only candidate representing the
real issues of tho day���Chris. Foley.
Sir Charles Tupper may have been
offered a seat in every provinco iu
Canada but it is doubtful if ho could
carry ono.
The Consorvato party has no platform. Tho Liberals stole it. Tho
Conservatives sliould now steal the
Labor platform to pull even.
Thjre will only bo the Independent-
Labor and Liberal parties next time,
unless the Conservative party embodies
some of the real issues of the day in
its platform.
MB, FOLEY'S POLITICAL AIM.
1. Free compulsory education.
2. A legal working day of eight
hours.
I'.. Government inspection of all
industries,
4. The abolition of the contract
system on all public works.
6. Tho pub'.ie ownership of all franchises, such as railways, telegraphs,
waterworks, lighting, etc.
(i. Tho abolition of Asiatic immigration, tlie application of tlio educational test and tlio abolition of inducements to foreign immigration to Guttle
in the Dominion.
7. Tho abolition of child labor
under 14 years of age.
8. Tlio abolition of tho $250 deposit
required of candidates for the Domln
ion house
!). Compulsory arbitration of labor
disputes.
10. Prohibition of prison labor in
competition with free labor.
11. Compulsory exercise of the franchise.
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Hotels
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management,
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POT UP AT ���^.
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Everything new und uj to date.
/Sb, Hie I'root Sufc.
ifyAj Finest Wines, Liquors unii ("puis.
<$��y Allulna men's uoiulquartcrs,
Choonul dining room ; A l Beryico
MODERATE RATES GIVEN.
Stationery
That is not Stationary.
That, is the kind of Letter
Pads and envelopes for
sale at  this olliico. . . . -
The Lardeau Eagle
In Great Britain, where they are
older than we, they have come to
understand that the good of the individual can only bo found and conserved
by seeking the good of all.
If the Conservatives aro as much the
friends of tho people as they claim in
this riding let them tako Mr. MaoNolll
out of the light ami c 1 ict Chris. Foley as
igainst Mr. Galliher.
When Glasgow, Leeds and Plymouth
adopted public ownership of tho streot
railways, they bettered the service,
reduced faros, shortened hours of labor
and raised the wages of the men.
The Rossland Miner, after sizing up
tho misdeeds and neglect of both tlie
old parties, has joined the now party
ranks. Chris. Foley's election is beyond doubt if the people do their duty.
WIXG LETS.
Ths eloctbt's nf Winnipeg were so
satisfied with Puttee's record i" pat'li-
ment that he was given over 1000 of a
majority this timo. If Foley is elected on Dec. Gtb,-four years hqhco the
people hore will do the .same thing.
Where thore is so much room for
each of the old parties to accuse each
other of corruption, there must be considerable on both, sides. Vote for the
people's candidate- Chris. Foley, and
avoid both evils.
What in the world would the electors
hero elect a Conservative for?
though they are In opposition, when
any bonus Ing is going out to private
corporations, where thore is one
Liberal against his party ou the voto
there arc half a do::on Conservatives
voting with tho Liberals who do want
to give away the people's heritage.
Vote for Chris. Foley on Dec. 0, and
help strengthen the new people's party.
Several complaints of the telephone
wire obstructing the public highway
in and around Ferguson havo been
lodged at this olllco. Two persons
bave been injned on Walker avenue
and no amount of difficulty is caused
to wood haulers. Surely this negligence is unnecessary.
A Reliable
Timepiece
Is a Jewel.
If your watch is out of order, needs
cleaning or regulating bring it to mo
at once and I'll guarantee its repair.
My shop is iu the EAQLE bldg.
S. F. W. Gainer.
Every city in this or any other country that municipalizes its work of improvement, substitute;; day labor for
contract, gets better work, pays better
wages and usually Bbortena the hours
of labor, not only making money, but
of infinitely moro importance, making
mon.
As lias always boen the ease in mining history, with tho advent of a
railway, thore will bo towns and towns:
but the towns where the mines are
can bo banked upon. To get in on the
ground floor propositions both in
real estate and mining properties, to
get first choice for the least money,
investors should be hore now.
Once more the EAGLE has a grievance. It scarcely requires to be mentioned to know what it is. The Lardeau mail service is always more or
less out of whack; but the complaints
from outside EAQLB subscribers who
do not receive their paper regularly is
becoming painful. The issue is
posted liere regularly and on time and
it is certainly no fault of the EAGLE,S
if they go cstray en route. The poetal
clerks or distributing post offices noed
jacking up. Tho mail system needs
fixing and the sooner it is remedied the
hotter.
It Is apparent that the Provincial
government fail to acknowledge that
there are people in this part of the
provinco who are as mueh Interested
in "official" announcements as other
places. Every other eamp In British
Columbia has newspapers announcing
special notices to the public, but the
electors of North Kootenay must grope
around und find out these things as
best thoy can.
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Ti" Lardeau Eagle
Job Printing
You need it In your bualnoua.but you want
it done neatly aud in an upto-datfl style,
and of oourse nt amodorato price, We can
furnish you with anything you need in tlio
printing line, hut to Jog your memory will
montion J.ill Heads, Statements, Hecolpts,
Envelopes, Letter Heads- Business funis,
etc, any of whioh you may bo in Immediate
need of.   Telephone or write
The Lardeau Eagle
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Un not ho annoyed if at the expiration of
your subscription theEagle ceases to fly your
way. Duo notice will bo sent you and If there.
is no response your name will bocutoff. I
saves ns time und monoy. ana "business i
business."
LAND NOTICE.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNER.
ToC. C. BENNETT:
Take notice that I tho undersigned Co-owner
with yon of the "Brer Vox" mineral claim Bltuated on tho northwest sido of Haskins creek
and abont throe miles irom its mouth and being n south-easterly extension of too Fayal
mineral claim In the Trout Lake" Mining Division, of west Kootonay, in thc province of
British Columbia, havo performed and re*
corded, thc assessment work and made the ex
pcuditure required to be done and recorded on
the above mentioned claim for the year 1899
under section 24 of the Mineral act and the
yenr for which such work was performed and
expenditure made haying expired I do hereby
give you notice pursuant to section 1 of tho
Mineral Act Amendment Act 1900, to contribute your proportion of such expenditure for
thu year Uorelnbefore mentioned within 00
days of the itrst publication hereof.
Dated at Trout Lake this 8th day of November, A. D. 1000.
87-49 PETER MoVEIUH, Co-owner.
NOTICE tfl HEilEnYQIVEN that ono month
afterdate I Intend toapntyto the Chief Com
isloner of Lands and works to purehiua Kit
Bsoiland in tho District of West Kootenay,
described as follows: Commencing nt *t i>o.*i
imirked ".fiicoi. Smith's south-weal coiner,'
placed on tho wcil hunk of the little west fork
of the west fork of the Duncan rivor. about40
chains north ol the mouili of the little w
fork; thenco north 10 chains) thenco ea��t mi
chains; tbencesouth 10 chains; thence west80
'iiaiu.s to point of commencement.
���TACOB SMITH
Ferguson, B, < .. September 24, looo,        B1-8B
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS.
it. s.
To   LILLIAN  HOAH, J..W. M. HOAR,
WILSON and O. D. HOAR:
Take notice that we the undersigned Co-own-
ers with you of the Jumbo, Florence, Onion
Jack, Canadian Roy, Independant and Parrsboro mineral claims, situated on the south
fork of the Lardeau creek in the Trout Lake
Mining Division of West Kootenay in the
Province of British Columbia, have performed
and recorded the assessment work and mado
ihu expenditure required to be done and
recorded on the above mentioned claims for
the year 1899 as well as the yoaifl 1898,1897 and
IKOii under section 24 of the Mineral Act mid
the years for which suoh work was performed
and expenditure made having expired wc do
hereby give you notice pursuant to BooUon 4of
the Mineral Act Amendment Act 1900, to contribute your proportion ol such expenditure
forthe years hereinbefore mentioned within
90 days of the lirst publication hereof.
Dated at Trout Lake this 20th day of September A. D, 1900.
ILM. CARTER,
J. C. KIRKPATRICK.
31-45 L. THOMPSON,  Co-Owners.
^$-$-^*#-^
BE8T WINKS, LIQUORS ANDCIUARS.
FINELY EQUIPPED BA8.
BEST CUISINE SERVICE.
REFITTED AM) REFURNISHED.
REST fi.00 A DAY HOUSE
IN TIIE LARDEAU DISTRICT.
..Hotel Lardeau..
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
Ferguson, R C.
HEADQUARTERS FOK MINERS
AND MINING MEN	
NEATLY FURNISHED,
WELL L HIITED AND HEATED ROOMS.
CONVENIENTLY   Vff
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE.    -l,
IS"
$-$- $-$-$-$ &-$-$-$��� & 4hHh�� &$$-&$*jh!|hjshss-5^
Hotel Ferguson   '
THE PIONEER HOTEL OF TIIE LAItDE
���   The Bar is supplied with the best.brands of \
'*4& ll'ines, Liquors and Cigars.
H Headquarters for Mining and Commercial
*"* Men.   Tender feet comforted.
Itot.'H #3.00 u day mill upwiii-ds.
Ferguson Bros., Proprietors.
// You have a Lot in Ferguson or a Worthy Mining Property in the district you wish
to sell, write, giving full
particulars to
Parmater&C
Mining and Real Estate Brokers,
Office:   "Eagle" BUg.
Ferguson, B. C.
i Or if you desire to buy real estate or acquire mining
interests in this district just drop us a line. We
will cheerfully give you all the information we can.
Mining Properties Wanted.
Handled on coinml.;��ion.
See or write us before purchasing. We can put you
I next to some of the best buys in this district.
I Actual residence and experience in the camp places
I us in a position to give reliable service.
hi all tk��
YOU MUST BECOME A PAID-UP READER OP "THK EAGLE
io Lamu
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FERGUSON
Is the	
The place where
the Mines are.
t'OJIK AND IXVKKTIUATK FOIt YOIIKSKLF.
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FOLEY'S ADDRESS
Worthy of Careful Consideration
By All Classes.
IT'S WHAT TBbThOPLB WANT
And the Old Parties Are Unequal
to the Occasion.
To the Eleotorsof Yale��Cariboo:
. In re'inesUnB your support to my candidacy
for the Dominion House of Commons, it is due
id you that I give public expression to my
views on tin1 several planks nf tin1 platform of
tho Independent Labor Puny :
1. Compulsory education hits become a
recognised necessity in most countries and as
such has my hearty endorsement.
%   Legal work day, 8 hours.
.Modern invention has so enormously increased the productive power of man that his wants
can bo supplied with a fraction of the time aud
effort heretofore necessary for that purpose.
Labor as well as capital should benefit by these
changed conditions. The 8-hour law is a stop
in that direction and I shall hec.rtily endorse
any legislation looking to that end.
3. Government inspection of industries.
Under modern economic conditions the management of industrial concerns figure on results, not the methods by which they are to be
obtained. An oversupplied labor market enables them to impose on employes any conditions thoy may deem necessary. Protest as a
rule means dismissal from service and probable want to their little ones. In throwing tho
strong arm of the law about these children of
1I, \ misfortune you are simply following the teach-
/f ings of the meek and lowly Jesus, who said
suffer the little ones to come unto me, for of
such Is the kingdom of heaven.
4. Abolition of contract system.
The abuses that have grown up under the
contract system as outlined in the first issue
of the Dominion Labor Gazette should convince
even the hide-bound partisan of the necessity
of the enactment of such a law.
B,   Public ownership of franchises.
Our experience In the eontrol of the postal
department, public schools, public highway
municipal lighting plants and Waterworks is
sufficient ground for the extension of the same
system to railroads, telegraph, telephone, and
express business. The experience of people in
New Zealand, Australia, Germany and elsewhere has demonstrated that those functions
can be] performed by the government with a
very great advantage to tho people and I most
heartily endorse legislation looking lo that
ond.
5. Prohibition of Asiatic emigration and the
educational test.
Tho presence here in large numbers of this
non-nssimilatlng race robs Canadian labor of
its birthright. Every Mongol landing upon
ou^ shores lessons rather than increases our
population. The white laborer whieh he replaces would as a rule marry and settle among
us, increasing tho population by at least three.
This means to the merchant less mouths to
feed, and loss backs to clothe, to tlie doctor
loss demands for his services, to tho transportation companies less traffic, to tlie dentist less
teeth to fill, to the mechanic less buildings to
erect, to tho real estate dealer less demand for
property including less force for the same, to
tlie farmer less sale for produce, to the newspaper man less papers to bo sold, (o the
preacher smaller congregations, and to t
bootblack fewer shoes to shine. Their presence
works Injury lo all branches of tbo economic
system. I opposo thoir coming hero on the
same grounds I would oppose thu taking of
more passengers into nn open bunt already
loaded to tho sinking lino in mid-Pacific.
Every Chinaman occupying a position in dom.
cstic services interferes with the natural laws
as applying to the industrial body, robbing our
women of employment naturally belonging to
thom to the extent that for every Chinaman so ;
employed some one's sister or daughter is
driven to prostitution, evolving a ra*e prob-
loin destined to breed seas of blood and that
will some day mantle the Canadian cheek
with ablush for his country's shame.
7. Abolition of child labor.
An economic system that drives the child
from tho cradle to the factory to compete with
its own father is certainly tho legitimate ohild
of an industrial system having greed as its
basic principle. Legislation along l'nos opposed to this will receive my hearty support.
8. Aboliiion of tho?250 deposit.
Under conditions where all are amenable to
tho law and assume tho responsibility of defending the country's flag and institutions all
Bhould bo entitled alike to aspire to tho highest position in the gift of thoir countrymen
without being taxed for thc privilege of m doing.   1 would repeal that law.
it.  Compulsory arbitration.
Compulsory arbitration us applied in Now
Zealand looms upon the horizon of progress
not as a dream, hut as a practical method of
reconciling thc conflicting Interests of labor
and capital,and is destinoil, I think, in tlio
pear future, If applied, to prevent those periodical industrial wars and lend a securilyto all
brunches of business such as is Impossible*
under existing conditions and nssilOh receives
my hearty approval,
10. All election days to be made public holidays.
[ would also favor the passage of a law making the exorcise of thofranchiso compulsory
for the following reasons I First���Money cau
and does purchase the votes of the drunkard,
tho sewer hog and criminal, the vote of lhe
Intelligent but indifferent citizen would counter balance this evil, and I believe it is as much
the duty of every citizen to pnll his voto as it
Is to pay his taxes. In maklngthfs a compulsory duty you are simply compelling him io do
that by the ballot which he Is alroady compelled to do by the bullet-defend tho
Institutions of his country.
12   Abolition of tho Senate.
I look upon tho upper house as a useless and
extremely annoying political luxury, as a
Stumbling block to progressive legislation, as a
home for political Imbeciles, who seem to havo
resolved themselves into a political inquisition, who pounce upon every progressive
measure that passes tlie lower house, brands It
as heresy and proceed to pronounce the sen*
teuce of political damnation upon all accordingly, and if any little effort I can make can
assist in exterminating that aristocracy In
politics I can assure you lt will be exercised
with I he greatest of pleasure.
Trusting that my ideas on tho several subjects will meet your views, and that I will
receive your support, I remain,
United Bate of North Amei
+0*zrsr*��^       T1IlK lSTnK
yvvvt.D   2S. i'.nion iiA,M���.
Xw*i^M>%\    '""'he Dnltod Hat-
/ / fc\ '���;.:��������� NtuVA i-rlca.    When   you
fli/f  /���;<���   V-',:- vl Vrti are buying a YVU
SQ/STER1
 ,ing
HAT. either son or
stiff, sec to ii thai
the geuuine UNION
LABEL is sewed in
it. If a retailor has
loose labels in his
possession and infers to put one In n
cO hat for you, do nol
''*" patronize him.   Ill
has not any right to havo loose labels.  \.ot����
labels hi relailsiii-csan uliterfeits.   Do IIOl
listen lb any explanation as to why the hut has
no label, The Genuine Union Ijabel is uorfoi
atod on the four edges exactly the samo ns i
postage siamp. Coutorfolts arc sometimes
perforated on three of theodgos.andsomottmcH
only on twit. Keep a sharp lookout for the
counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers are
In order to got rid of their scab-
made hats. The John li. Stetson Co. and Henry
II. Koelofs, both of Philadelphia, Pa., aro nonunion concerns.
JOHN A- MOFFITT, President, Orange, N. J.
JOHN PHILLIPS'Secretary, 477 Park Ave.,
Brooklyn, N, V,
| FERGUSON
Smoke Cigars
And at all times insist on tbe
box bearing the BLUB LABEL.
It helps manufacturers to see tbo fores
of paying fair and honest wages.
The Label Committee, C. M. I. U.
4
BRITISH COLUMBIA. |
sail
The Season of 1900 has been
an unparalleled period of
progress in the
t
Lardeau
District...
The Commercial Centre
and
Supply Point
FOR THIS OP.E PRODUCING FIELD IS
Chris. Foley.
Ferguson Packing
and Transfer Outfit.
HEADQUARTERS AT FERGUSON, 11. C.
Contracts entered into for packing of
Mining Supplies, etc., to any point
in tho district.
Good, prompt service, and any work
undertaken guaranteed.
Freighting from Thomson's Landing
to Ferguson a specialty.
S. DANEY, Proprietor.
lao racmc
AND SOO LINE.
STILL CONTINTK TO OPERATE
SS
THE PLACE WHERE THE MINES AP
20 Miles of Railway is
all we need
TO ENSURE IMMEDIATE SUCCESS. THE TONNAGE IS
HERE, AND IF PRESIDENT SHAUGHNESSY CARRIES
OUT HIS INTENTION, THIS DISTRICT WILL HAVE RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION NEXT SEASON.       BUT THE
Time to Invest is Now
WHILE THERE IS 7'tMK AND CHOICE,
On all trains from Revelstofto and
Kootenay Landing;
ist
Passing Dunmore Junction daily for
st. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and
Boston, Mondays and Thursdaysfor
Toronto, Same ears pass Revel*
stoke one day earlier,
No Trouble to Quote Kates and Give
You a  Pointer  regarding  the
Eastern Trip You Contemplate taking.
Fall and Wink SWule
For  rates, tickets an
apply to
3. McOREERY, Arom Arrowhead,
���   , T. W. BRADS1UW, Agt, RevoUtoko,
Or to...... >
W. F. ANDERSON, T. I'. A., Nelson, 11. C.
E. J', COYLE, Asst. I'uss. Agt., Vancouver
There will be more ore shipped this
winter than all others combined.
j Ferguson is the Nelson
and Rossland of the
Lardeau.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PRICES OF LOTS, ETC., APPLY TO
N.
BRAYTON,
General Agent.
-or-
HENRY Fl .OYD,
Loca. 1 Agent.
a ON TH E WING ITEMS
.1.   Murray,  one  of   tho  Klondy
group owners, is in town.
Additional pack trains left for tho
Towser with supplies this morning.
Ni less than half a  dozen lots havo
changed  hands   in   town   during th
past week.
Whilo on tho way to Circlo City
yesterday a party ran across fresh
mountain goat���tracks.
The F.ACr.F, is informed that P.
Burns will build and open a butcher
shop in Ferguson next spring.
About tho only thing a newspaper
man enjoys giving a froe puff is a good
cigar.���Vancouver Indepondont.
The Trout Lako Topic has entered
upon Its fourth year of publication.
May your shadow never grow less John.
Tho city dog committee should take
a look round soon and report. Any old
report will do, the report of a shot gun
even.
Ono or two residences are being contemplated hy local parties. The brides
may he drawing the plans and specifications; hence the delay.
.fames Comerford, owner of the
Mountain View group at the head of
McDonald creek, returned to the pay
roll centre from Silverton on Saturday.
It is the opinion of tho Winnipeg
Telegram that Hugh John Macdonald
will he member for Brandon after the
courts have investigated the election.
The Lillooet Prospector has been
enlarged to a six column, four page.
It makes i big improvement and Mr.
Erase- if to be congratulated for his
enterprise.
A business lot has boen purchased in
Ferguson this week by a prominent
Vancouver drug firm, who purposo
establishing a roploteMrug and stationery store here next spring.
Judge Evring has rendered his decision in the Cunmings' ease, ro possession of the Balmoral hotol. A Ciun-
mings wins the suit, which may be
followed liy others arising out'of tho
mix-up.
Contr.ii'y to what was expected and
hoped for,tbe snow has nearly nil gone
and rawhiding will bedelr.yed at leasl
another week. Every day of rawhldlng moans the production of so many
more inn-; nl Lardeau ore.
F. T. \boy. Trout Lako. City, has
decided to discontinue business. He
will v" to Okotoks, a rising town on
Shi    i Creek, some 40  miles  soutli of
Calgi
f. Hoi
in tl
Mrs.   .Abey   and wife will
! cout'BG of a month.
Tn- following visitors from the
Lardeau dl trlet have registered as
��� m its ;'t :'>:���: Halcyon Hot Springs
during the past week: Vincent
I ado, D. Ferguson, Forguson:
r>. R. MeDennan, Thos. Taylor, M. I1.
P., 'J roul Lake.
I' Rurns. tbe meat king, who made
his rortuno by cornering tho B. C.
meal business, has invested a few.
thousand dollars in a New Mexico cop-
:���   line.    Apparently Mr. Burn i I .
not heard of the opportunities  in the
Lar lean for investment.
Messrs. Jaoobson and Olson have
beei awarded a Grand Prize for tho
if Mogul rook whieh was sent
v li." : 'aria 10 iposit ion. Tho Mogul
is ���! Five-Mile property and the ore
carri ��� about -SI per eont. lead, besides silver va'iues.���Topic.
Tho EAQIiB states that a representative nf the. International Develop-
mei Company of Now York will
shortly visit Ferguson to ascertain if a
short o'.ocsrical railway will meet tbe
minln i ��������� i ��� . of the distriot. The
ahai are, however, that ono of tho
grenl railroads will meanwhile--
inspired by the suggestion from New
York 1:11 the bill" us needed by
Lardoau, -New -Advertiser.
in   working   where   thoy aro
he "leaded,"v.-hothor in mine
or,   barley   water   is   roeom-
[t should bo used right along
antidote for lead poisoning ia
idphurio aci.rt.    A'drop in a
water   should  afford   reliof.
nary case   of  lead poisoning
tion of the o?:ido of load, and
hui'io acid i a the water drank
���ly converts it into a sulphate
nl passes out of tho system.
iimlred  males an hour, appal-
seems, doos not touch elbows
Impossible.   The best steam
'������ ��� of toda;? have come within
��� distance of this pace. A
'���'.'> milos t.r. hour has actually
��� i'1'dod. Tho engine which
��� record is owned by the Chi-
it'llngtorl JeQuinoy. With .136
i a hasifj, it isn't a very great
"f imagination to fancy a
200 milcis an hour.
W, I). Pool left for Revelstoko last
evening.
S. A. Sutherland has returned from
Kevelstoke.
A report reached town Into last
lust night that tho Towser peoplo were
already breaking into ore.
Ons. Iledstrom, of Revelstoke, an old
Rig Rend miner, will arrive hero today
and go to work at the Towsor.
"Morry" Pettipieee, one of the
Eagle's copy asasslnators has left for a
few weeks outing in tho prairie towns
of Alberta.
Tho lumber is now cut and ready for
the Methodist church building in Ferguson. Lots are now boing selected
by Rev. S. J. Green, and construction
may begin this fall.
C. R. Scott returned home from Sandon yesterday. He says that every'
body is talking of the Lardeau on the
outsido, and intend to pull in here for
next season. Next season will be the
beginning of u new order, tho dawn of
a new era in this camp.
Nearly every mining property that
has been developed under careful
and honest management, is on the way
to success. But because a small
stringer or pocket of high grade ore
has been discovered it does not necessarily mean that the property is a
rich, safe investment.
T. A. Wilson, M. D., C. M.
h. R. C. P. & S.   [Queen's University.]
Provineiul Coroner, Etc.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ferguson, B. C\
* A ��001:1 ami practical reason why
you should advertise in the Lardeau
Eagle. It has a larger circulation in
Ferguson, Trout Lake, Thomson's
Landing, Comaplix, Arrowhead, Camborne and at the mines than any other
paper in the world.
* Another consignment of stationery
was received by the EAGLE'on Monday, consisting of lettor pads, bill
heads, envelopes, business cards, etc.
Now is the time to place your order
for anything in thc printing line. Good
workmanship, fair prices and prompt
delivery.
* Tlie Lardeau district has had a
season of excellent development and
acLuul advancement. Por this progression tho Kagle claims to have
accomplished some good. We print,
print: and tho more busiriops wo do, the
greater is Ferguson's prosperity.
Tin;', perhaps, seems a broad statement, yot how can you get around itV
The moro printing, the moro advertising; the mors advertising;, the more
business; and the more business thc
better.
OVKttliKAItD i'V THE WING MAS.
'] consider tbat the elector who
vol:.-) for party as against Chris. Foley,
thc people's candidate on Dec. (itb, is
guilty nf scabbing in the worst degree,
[f you are not with Foley you are
against him and your :novcments hereafter will be watched with suspicion."
���A labor man to a friend (?) of labor.
LARDEAU'S MAIL SK1IVICI-:.
With rfuch a largo tonnage of ore
going out of the camp this winter it is
almost certain that tlio Arm will be
kept open all winter, and thus our
mail system will be unaltered. God
knows our mail schedule is slow enough
uow without reverting to a semi-weekly
service. A daily mail is what Lardeau
wants and should have.
ININQ
PROPERTIES
Reported on by..
PARMATER $ Co.
To   nn
liable to
mended.
A   goo;;
diluted
u'hts^ vt
is inhtflat
tbe   ���	
immediat
of lead t
Two :
iili:;- a- i!
with   the
locnmntli
A Monthly Review
of So**ini Advance.
Editor:   X. O.fltNNlNG.
Assnoiiite:   John Kmery McLean.
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I    Now York.
<    It is un absolutely free' nnd indofiondont
: journal nf tin1 first class, presenting both sides
ol Mi��- leading questions of the day from the
pons or tho best writers.
Progressive mid vigorous, yet scholarly and
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: tlesirpus "f obtaining Up-to-dato information.
!    It la Indispensable to every advanced mind.
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i        THE AKENA COMPANY,
j "Life" Bids.,   NJSW VOllK, N. V.
Fred C. Elliott,
I1ARKISTER, NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.,
TROUT LAKE CITY 11. 0��� AND
Ferguson, B. C.
Harvey, McCarter $ Pinkham
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
OFFICES :    REVELSTOKE AND QOI.DEN.
Solicitors lor Imperial Bank ol Canada.
Goo. S. McCarter. ,,        J. A. Harvey.
A. M. Hnkham.
White, Gwillim $ Scott,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
OFFICES:   McKENZIEAVENCE,
Revelstoke, B. C.
A.B. Holdich, M.C.M.I.,
ASSAYER AND ANALYTICAL  CHEMIST,
Revelstoke, B. C.
Methodist Church
Ferguson : Service iu school house every
Sunday at 8 p.m   junday school at 2 p.m.
Trout Lako Clt'. Services in Forrester's
hall every Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
school at2:30p.m.
REV. S. J. GREEN, Pastor.
S. Shannon,
Assayer and Analytical
Chemist.
OFFICE:
VICTORIA AVE., FERGUSON, B, C.
Pi
FEKGUS0N AND TEN-MILE.
V
General Blacksmithing
and Repair Work���
Promptly attended to at moderate rates
Hursu shooing a specialty.
"   l'KEU. DBSJARDINE.
G. FORDPRED
Boot and Shoe Maker
Miners' Shoes a Specialty.
Trout Lake and Ferguson.
When Thirsty
Drink
Enterprise Beer
All Lardeau's leading hotels handle lt.
Manufactured by the
Enterprise Brewing Co.,
Revelstoke, II. C
Imperial Bank
KErrjva^of Canada.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, S2.rflll.0ll0.00,
UAIMTAI. PAN) UP . ��� ��2,1.iS,IM1.00.
REST       fl ,7110,1X10.1X1.    "
General Manning Business Transacted
Intoresi allowed on deposit. In Havings
Doportmcnt al current rates.
A. R. iTTrifiAKN,
MANAGER REVELSTOKE BRANCH.
| FIELD cj! BEirS,
��   Druggists
��� Chemists      fg)
Stationers
��� "Jpfflty! REVELSTOKE.:
If you need anything in
Photographic
Supplies...
Hcnd to tbe
CANADA DKUG & BOOK CO.,
KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   .   .
ARROW LAKES, B.C.
Tho most complete resort on tho continent
of North America. Kltiiatoii inhlut scenery
unrivalled for L-ramlour. Boating, ftelling
and excursions Resident physician ana
nurse. In telegraphic communication with
nil parts of the world. 1\vo malls nrrivo and
depart every day. Its baths cure all nervous
and muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
kfdney, liver and Htomaoh ailments. Its
baths and waters aro a sure remedy against
all argentiferous poisons. TERMS: |15 to
|18 por week, according to residence In hotel
or villas.
MEN'S  CLOTHING
We have just placed in stook tho biggest
and best assorted Block of gent*)' clothing, raiuoi's' Mackinaw Clothing, overalls, Ovoi'Bhii'ts, Underwear, Sox, etc.
Every need in tho above lines at
prices   consistent    with    quality   at
88?
lardeau's Leading Store
Our Boot, Shoe, and Overshoe Hue (jives
the best choice in the district and out-
stock of General Merchandise cannot be
exselled. Get your Christmas supplies
from us. We treat you right, our prices
are right and quality always guaranteed.
Post Office ��tore
FERGUSON, B. C.
A 30lid investmontand daily dividends by buying your GROCERIES
and PROVISIONS from us.   A new stock just in. . . .
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BATHO & CO.,
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Goods until you try the
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Send for Prices, samples and particulars
. . . Bourne Bros.
C. B. Hume & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
@:@   General Merchants....
Heaviest Buyers in North Kootenay.
Branch at
Trout Lake City.
Revelstoke.
HIGH CLASS
TAILORING
nml HUNTS' FURNISHER,
EVEUTOKE, B.O.
H.G. PARSON
W hi.Unmlo   Denier" In
...Wines, Liquors and Cigars...
The Best Goods Only.
Slock Large unci Complete,
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Vote for Chris. Foley
and IDrogression.
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