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NEWSPAPER IN NORTH KOOTENAY���IT WILL HE FOUND AX EXCELLENT   ADVERTISING    MEDIUM.
Vol. IV, No 33.
Ferguson, B. C, SEPTEMBER 25, 1903.
$2 a Year
M TITLE SAFE
Claim-Jumpers on the Luoky Jack
Iu Poplar Oreek District Have
No Show of Winning.
Ownere Are Not Worrying;���A Big
Syndioate Being Formed to
Work Properties.
THE POLITICAL SITUATION
W. A. Galliher, M. P., Speaks in Ferguson for the Liberal Candidate-
Brief Reports From the Lower Part of the Riding.
'Tt makes us feel satisfied we have
a great mine, when peoplo are resorting to all kinds of tricks to try and
steal it from us;" was Billy Pool's remark this morning as he was shown a
newspaper coutainiug the story of tho
alleged dispute over the title to the
Lucky Jack.
'���There really is no dispute," he continued. "Our title has been very caro-
fullv investigated by two of the best
lawyers in British Columbia and pronounced perfectly good. Anyway we
are,-prepared to defend it against all
comers. Thero was never a great mine
discovered yet but somebody tried to
work a bluff and establish a title to
which they had no more right than tho
man In tbe moon. What their object
was you can guess for yourself.
"We bave not been asleop over
there. We knew all the doings of the
would-be claim jumpers weeks ago, and
we not only have good men watching
our interests, but we have plenty of
monoy behind us to fight a lawsuit if
anybody is reckless enough to start
one; but you can take It from me that
nothing of the kind is likely to happen.
Wo know what we are doing, and we
know what the other follows are doing,
and we are just standing pat and keeping our powder dry.
"Wo are allowing some of our friends
to have a slice in our good fortune
and propose issuing a prospectus
1 shortly and selling a limited number
of shares, and any person who invests
with ua can havo his money back any
timo he aBks for it. We have never
allowed any of our friends to lose a
cent yot and wo never will. On the
contrary, thore is not a Blngle ono of
them but has made money with us.
And we are going to tloat our new
company in suah a way that no shareholder can possibly lose. We are going
to put in every gold property we own,
and ne have .no less than twenty-one
of them, including the Ophir Lade at
Camborne, a developed mine which will
be ready in a few days to .produce bullion, and tbo Swede group, at Poplar
creek, which is now acknowledged to
be a bigger and rioher thing than even
the great Lucky Jack.
"Lose tho Lucky Jack ? Pshaw I
Why If tbe law allowed such things as
these jumpers are trying to do no mine
owner in British Columbia would be
safe, Tf that sort of thing holds good I
could go in and steal every claim in
Poplar Creek."���Calgary Herald.
Hon. R. F. Green Captures the Liberal Meeting in Kaslo���Rev. Wilson's
Lecture on Socialism���Chas, Wilson in Nelson.
THB TOPIO ANSWERED.
To the Editor ol the Lardcan Eagle:
Sir.���Our Liberal and Conservative
friends are struggling hard to make
out tbat some Socialists are as guilty
as themselves for sending to outside
points for goods, many of which they
admit cannot be obtained locally. This
matter has been threshed out bo often
tbat it has become a chestnut, so I will
merely say that while the Socialists as
a party are striving to abolish a system
that encourages Chinese, ohoap labor
and sweat shops, the old parties are
making a death struggle to perpetuate
this very system and a condition, which
tbey are the ones to took against.   Re-
Sarding the Toplo's insinuation,. Mr.
hannon has always paid the highest
wages paid ln this eamp���often .4 per
day.  Knookors will please notioe.
Alex. C. Cummins.
Ferguson, B. C, Sept. 24,1903.
Hon. R. P. Green held a political
meeting in the Odd Fellow's hall at
Trout Lake on Tuesday night the 15th
inst., when the following speakers were
present and took part in the discussion:
Hon. R, P. Green, C. W. MoAnn, A.
Carney, John L. Retallack, John Keen,
S. Shannon, A. J. Gordon and J,
O'Brien.
The meeting was -a large one, many
being present from Perguson and tho
mines, and as far as we could judge
the sentiment and applause seemed
pretty exually divided between Mr.
Green and Mr. Shannon, while Mr.
Retallack seemed very muoh like a
stray sheep. Mr. J. C. Murray mado
an excellent chairman and appeared to
give satisfaction to all parties, yet his
duties were light.
Mr. Green opened tho meeting, and
in a speech covering about one hour
explained matters with which he was
connected of a political nature during
the past few years. He also touched
lightly on local politics and spoke at
Borne length on the platform and principles of the Liberal-Conservutive
party. His remarks were well received
and he proved an interesting speaker.
*Mr. John L. Retallack, tho Liberal
candidato, followed and spoke for 30
minutes. Ho delivered his remarks in
an easy and graceful manner and
showed some knowledge of politics, but
we would not judgo that politics is his
mission on earth. He appears to possess a pretty thorough knowledge of
mining and has done good to the industry in this province. In that realm
he could be helpful, but in tho arena
of practical politics he seems as it were
at sea in a frail bark.
Mr. S. Shannon was tbo next speaker
and, taking lo minutes, having divided
his allotted time with Mr. Gordon. Mr
Shannon delivered his remarks In a
deliberate and forcible manner and do-
voted most of his time to answering
arguments introduced by the previous
speakers He left tho outlining of the
principles of Socialism to Mr. O'Brien
who spoko later. Mr. Shannon did not
appear at easo in tho rolo of a politician, and he is wholly 'inexperienced.
However his romarks wore well received and he was loudly applauded.
Mr, Chas. McAnn of Kaslo followed,
then Mr. John Keen, Mr. A. J..Gordon,
Mr. A. Carney and Mr. O'Brien.
The meeting closed about midnight
with cheers for Green and Shannon.
marks would rather lead one to beliovo
him to be a professional politician.
Ho appears convinced that tlio adoption of Socialism is the only solution
of the problem that faces us regarding
capital and labor.
Mr. Wilson handled both the old political parties rather severely, the
Conservatives especially, for somo reason or other, ware much ridiculed.
A little boy who sat in tho audionce
came to our reporter and asked: "Say!
Who are thoso bad Conservatives?"
"I am one," said the reporter. "Oh I
I thought they were very bad men,"
said the boy.
Wilson on Sooialism.
Rev. Ben P. Wilson, tho Socialist
lecturer who is touring the province,
delivered an address in Eagle ball on
Sunday night last to a large audience.
Rev. A. K. Sharp, who was to have
held his regular service in the hall
gave way to Mr. Wilson at the request
of Mr. Shannon, the Socialist candidate. A much larger congregation was
present than usually gather to hear
the gospel of the Bible preaohed. Mr,
Wilson proved a fluent talker and kept
his listeners' Interested and amused by
hia sarcasm and original humor. We
do not know how he came by the Rev.
before his name, but anyway one would
judge bim to be anything but a minister of the gospel.  Hia manner and re-
Green, and it seemed for a fow minutes
that thoy would raise the roof, and it
is safe to Bay that not a few of Mr. Re-
tallaek's former supporters wero won
over to ?ho popular sido by tho bit of
stratagem whieh worked out so badly.
The Oonservatives of British Columbia Have Stood True to the
Interests of Workingmen.
McBride and His Followers Work
For the Whole People and the
Country They Live in.
Green's Kaslo Meeting.
Tho Honorable R. F. Groen held a
very satisfactory meeting in Kaslo on
Saturday, the 19th inst. The Liberals
evidently thought they would be able
either to monopolize the time of the
meeting or elso breako it up, but tliey
gtjt what muat have been an unpleasant
surprise. Mr. S. S. Taylor was imported from Nelson, but the Kaslo people did not hear him speak. An arrangement had been ontered into between Mr. Groen and Mr. Retallack
regarding time limit and position, but
when Mr. McAnn, the chairman,
asked Mr. Retallack and Mr. Taylor to
the platform, Mr. Retallack rose In the
audionce and demanded a new arrangement and wished to address the audi'
ence. The chairman asked Mr. Retallack to lake tho platform and express himself, otherwise lie would not
be permitted to speak. Thereupon
Mr. Retallack walked out ot the building, ilollowed by his supporters, who
numbered 150 voters and non-voters.
It is also said that fully one-third ofthe
number wero not voters There were
left ln the hall 1(10 Kaslo votors who
cheered to tho echo.
The meeting thon proceeded and
proved a grand one.
Retallaok's Kaslo Meeting.
Liberal Candidate John L. Retallack held his first mooting In tho town
of Kaslo on Monday night the :11st Inst.
Much to tho disgust of tbo gentleman
and his friends they woro inadvertently
led Into a sort of trap which did not result to their advantage
The Hon. Mr. Groen wns called away
by wiro to settlo a littlo trouble that
had arisen at Fernie and ho started for
the scene of tho trouble, but another
wtro was received which mado it unnecessary for the minister to leave, so
he stopped off at Crawford Bay and returned to KaBlo in tho evening. The
Liberals, wholly unaware ofthe chango
of plans, published an untruthful report that the minister of mlnea had
ahown the white feather and flown
rather than meet W. A. Galliher, M.
P., on the platform in his own town.
About 9 o'cloek, after Candidate Retallack had made the most of Mr.
Green's absence and his untruthful
little story and was about to close hia
lengthy speech, who should walk upon
the platform but the man who had been
accused uf showing the white feather���
Hon. R. F. Green. The large audience, we are informed by our reporter,
gave round after round of ohieri {or
Chas. Wilson at Nelson.
The meeting in the Nelson opera
house last Monday night, called by the
Conservatives, -at whieh Hon. Chas.
Wilson was the principal speaker,
proved tho largost gathering of electors that has ever been seen in Nolson.
Mr. John Houston, Conservative candidate, and [S. S. Taylor, the Liberal
candidate, were presont and also spoke.
Mr. Wilson made a wondorful speech
lasting about, one and a hall hours, nnd
was listened to most attentively by
nearly overy man in the room.
Mr. Taylor spent considerable time
attempting to criticise Mr, Wilson's
remarks, but ho did not pick a flaw big
onough for a mosquito to crawl
through. The contest will be vory
close in Nelson.���Privnte Correspondence       	
Last Night's Meeting.
John L. Retallack's meeting in Per
guson last night was woll attended,
though, no doubt, owing to the bad
weather, not nearly so many turned
out as wero at the former meeting
called by Hon. Mr. Groen. The great
attraction last night was W. A. Gallihor, our member in the Houso of Commons. Strange as it may seem, this
was tho lirst visit of Mr. Cilliher to
Ferguson, or to the Lardoau, though
ho has beeu our member for threo
years. Mr. Galliher is oxcusablo in
part, owing to tho riding of Yale-
Kootonay-Cariboo being far too extensive for ono member, and traveling
being vory expensive; yet ho could
find time, etc., to como all the way
from Ottawa and leavo his sessional
duties to stump for the Liboral candidate in tho campaign that is being
fought so sharply at this time.
Mr. Galllher'sspooeh lust night dealt
mostly with Dominion Issues, and his
aim suomod to bo to impress upon tbo
electors of Forguson that the Liberal
government wus responsible for tho
prosperity that is now enjoyed bv tlio
poople of Canada, aud���to stretch tho
imagination���should a Liberal government be elected for tho Province of
Bt'itlsh Columbia, their enactments
and good judgment would quickly placo
this province iu a str.te of prosperity
likewiso. Tho gentleman's listoners
did not, however, appear to swallow-
that apparently nauseating dose,
though ho was given a most attentive
hearing. Mr. Galliher proved an interesting platform speaker, and Ferguson people were glad to have tho opportunity of hearing him and making
his acquaintance. Personally Mr. Gallihor is a splendid fellow and his friends
are legion. Our only rogret is that he
la not a Conservative.
The Britlah Columbia board of hor
ticulturo aro aaklng the government to
give a bounty on crows, as they are
very destructive in the fruit:.districts.
Subsorlbe for the Lardemi Eaolb.
Tho Conservative party is now and
has been at all times tho friend of tho
working men. Therefore in asking
workingmen for their voto and influence in the coming election, tho
tho Conservative party have a right to
substantiate these facts by bringing to
tbe.notioe of organ izod labor Bome of the
many acts passed by tho Conservatives
in tho local house in favor of the wage-
earner.
Section 10 of the Conservative platform roads as follows: "Tbat as industrial disputes almost invariably result
in great loss and injury to both parties
directly concerned und to tho public,
legislation should bo passed to provide
means for an amicable adjustment of
such disputes between employers and
employees."
Coal Mines Regulation Act, 1888-
Prohibits tho employment of women
and children, Japanese and Chinese
from working underground, and provides for the general protection of men
working in minos.
British Columbia Railway Act 18M���
Provides compensation for cattle
killed, etc., thus protecting tho rancher
and thc stockman.
Mechanics Lien Act, 1891���Protects
tho workingman by giving him a lien
against any proporty on which he has
worked, thus providing security for
wages earned.
Employers Liability Act, 1891���Provides for compensation to working men
for injuries received in factories und
on railways.
Apprentices and Minors Act, ISO"���
Provides for apprenticing children not
under fourteen years.
Arrest and Imprisonment for Debt
Act, 1897���Practically abolished imprisonment for debt.
Creditors Relief Act, 1902���Providos
three months priority to working men
for wages and salary, when .employer's
property is seized for debt.
Labor Regulation Act, 1898���Japanese andChineso excluded from working on railways, telegraph and tele-
phono lines, and public works.
Shops Regulation Act, 11100-Pro-
vides for a limited number of hours for
children and feinalo omployoes.
Workmen's Compensation Act, 1902-
Providos for injuries to workmen and
compensation to workmen in case of
bankruptcy to omployor.
Deceived Workmen's Act, 1902-Du-
ccptlvo representations to workmen
declared unlawful, and damages can
bo collected.
Tho abovo acts aro all credited to
the Conservative party, and cannot be
repudiated. Workmen will vote and
sustain tho party which in time past
have demonstrated friendship to the
wage- earner.
The mining laws of.British Columbia
in former times recognized tho rule of
extra-lateral rights (the same as iu thc
Unitod States) but in recent times the
law has been changed to provide that a
mining claim should embrace an area
of 1,500 feet square and only gives the
locator such mineral as may be within
the vortical lines described by its
boundaries.
J. Cameron of Rossland, and formerly of Sandon, arrived in town Wednesday on a visit of a few days duration
to his sister, Mra. W. Maodonald.
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FRIDAY. SEPT. 25,1903.
THE   PROVINCIAL   CAMPAIGN
A vigorous campaign is now in
progress for the election of members to compose a legislative assembly for British Columbia. The
campaign is being conducted on
party lines for the first time in this
province and a whole lot of fun is
being got out of the contest.
Judging trom indications, there
appears to be no uncertainty about
the Conservatives, who now hold
the reins of government, being
able to carry the province. A large
number of the electors,, including
many Liberals, believe that Premier
McBride and his colleagues are
capable and deserving of a trial in
the management of the affairs of
the country.
The political situation being so
widely different in this western
province from that in the eastern
provinces that many Liberals feel
justified, and feel that they are not
renouncing Dominion party allegiance by working and voting for
Conservative candidates on October third and thus help to secure a
capable government, having :
workable majority, that the coun<
try's welfare may be advanced. It
i s recognized that should the
majority be small the time ot the
house might be taken up with petty
issues--while the more important
questions that have to do with tho
country's growing needs would be
neglected. ...
riding wherein Mr. Retallack, in
1899, is proven to have renounced
his allegience to the British crown.
Mr. Retallack may have since become a British subject, but surely
we can find a more stable man for a
law-maker and to safeguard our in
terests at Victoria than one who
seems to but lightly value his
allegiance.
The season that is now drawing
to a close has brought the Lardeau
country nearer to the front as a
rich mineral district than any one
former season. The Poplar creek
part of the' district was unknown
previous to June of this year, while
now that Is the richest known portion of the Lardeau. With the. development that the next twelve
months are sure to produce, the
Lardeau bids fair to experience a
period of prosperity the like of
which has never been known
British Columbia. The country is
ripe for a boom and it. would not
prove injurious either, for we have
the rich ore and plenty of it,
Doited Bate of-North America
It is easy to see which way the
election is going in Kaslo riding, if
the strong invective that is being
hurled at the Hon. Minister of Mines
together with the attempt at ridicule
freely indulged in by his opponents
are any criterion, they must be convinced of the utter hopelessness of
their attempts to secure election,
and that R. F. Green's election is
inevitable. It is really amusing to
sit back in the audience at one of
the political meetings and watch the
bouquets that are presented so profusely between the Liberal and
Socialist candidates.
-EDITORIAL NOTES.
CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM.
[Adopted at Revelstoke, September 18th, 1002.1
1. That this convention reaffirms the _.. ���
of the r arty In matters ol provincial roads and
trails; the ownership and control of railways
and the develooment of the agricultural resources of the province as laid down in the
{ilatform adopted ln October, 1899, which Is as
ollowsj
"To actively aid ln the construction of trails
throughout the undeveloped portions of the
province and thc building of provincial trunk
roads of public necessity.
"To adopt the principles of government ownership of raUwavs in so far as the circumstances of the province will admit, and thc
adoption of the principle that no bonus should
bo granted to any railway company which
does not give the government of the province
control of rates over lines bonuBed, together
with the option of purchase.
"To actively assist by state aid iu the development of tbe agricultural resources of thc
provinco.
���i. That In the meantime and until thc railway policy above set forth can be accomplish-
edi a general railway act be passed, giving
freedom to construct ruilways under certain
approved regulations, antilogous to the system
that has resulted in eaob extcntdve railway
.-,_,,. , construction in  the  t'nited  States, with so
Sighted Of the electors to turn dowa. .much advantage to trade and commerce.
8. That to encourage tho mining industry,
thc taxation of metalliferous mines should be
on a basis of a percentageon tho net profits
-1.  That the government ownership of tele-
Shone systems should be brought auoutas a
rst step In the acquisition of public utilities'.
!i. That a portion of every coal area hereafter to be disposed of should be reserved from
sale or lease, so that statu owned minus may be
easily accessible, if their operation becomes
necessary or advisable.
C. That In the puln land leases provision
should be made for reforesting and that steps
should be taken for the general preservation of
forests by guarding against the wasteful do
struction of timber.
7. That the legislature and government of
the province should persevere ln the efforts to
secure thc exclusion of Asiatic labor.
8. That the matter of better terms in the
way of subsidy and appropriations for the
g*-*-
That the silver-lead  industries of the
the business of the Lardeau is
distinctly mining. With the exception of ihe -lumber industry which,
under the condition! that now prevail, will take care of itself, the resources of the Lardoau and the
whole Kaslo riding are more exclusively mining than perhaps any
other part of B. C. That being the
case,   it   would seem   very short*
the Hon. K. F. Green, who holds
the portfolio of minister of mines.
We do not believe for one moment
that there is any probability of the
minister going down to defeat, but
w. would like him to feel that the
great bulk of the people of the
Kaslo riding stand as a solid wall
of support at his back.
Rain has been falling almost constantly for a week. Building opera-
tions are at a standstill and mining
operations have been checked. The
past season has certainly uot been
a pleasant one, but the Lardeau
has experienced a healthy growth
which was not due to the inclemency of the weather. We hope to
get a good long spell of fine weather
yet this fall,
The Liberal meeting held last
night in Eagle hall was a great success���from a Conservative point of
view.
THIS   IS   THE
utffr "
...JON  LABEL ol
the United Hatters
of North America.
When you are buying a FDR HAT,
either soft or stiff,
see to It that tbe
genuine UNION
Label Is sawed in lt.
If a retailer has
loose labels In his
rnascssion and otters to put one in a
hat for you, do not
patronize him. He
has not any ngnt to nave loose labels. Loose
labels iu retail stores are counterfeits. Do not
listen to any explanation as to why the hat
has no label. The Genuine Union Label Is
perforated on the four edges exactly the same
as a postage stamp. Counterfeits are sometimes perforated on three of tbe edges, and
sometimes only on two. Keep a sharp lookout
for the counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers are using them ln order to get rid of
their scab-made hats. The John B. Stetson
Co. of Philadelphia, Fa., is non-union concern,
JOHN A. MOFFITT, President,
Orange, N.J,
JOHN PHILLIPS, Secretary,
11 Waverly Place, Room IS, New York City,
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Drugs *in Stationery
Prescriptions Carefully and
..Accurately Compounded.,
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High Class %.
FURNITURE
Our stock Is now and ver*/
complete and we sell on a
narrow margin. An order
would be appreciated.
Wu do anything in line of
Picture Framing.,       . .
JOHN E. WOOD,
Revelstoke, B. C.
fi if a^^flin nana n n fi n fin fl fl (lli til fift a-taefK.fi
It appears to us that Mr. John L.
Retallack exhibits a great deal ot
western gall in seeking election to
parliament in a distinctly labor constituency upon such a record as he
possesses. He admitted at Trout
Lake that he was not averse to employing Chinamen when it suited
his convenience to do so. Again,
we noticed this week a circular that
has been distributed through the
province _shoiim be vigorously pressed upon
tbe Dominion government.
firovlnce be fostered and encouraged by the
mposition of Increased customs duf '
and lead products Imported Into C
that the Conservative members of the Domin
ion House bo urged to support any motion introduced for such a purpose.
10. That as industrial disputes almost Invariably result ln greet loss and Injury both to
the parties directly concerned and to the public, legislation should bo passed to provide
means for anamtcable adjustment of such disputes between employers and employees.
11. That It Is advisable to foster the manufacture of the raw products of the province
within the province as far as practicable by
means ot taxation on the said raw products,
subject to rebate of the same ln whole or put
when manufactured luBrltUbColum-l*.
Wo make a special\,j of
BOOTS and SHOES
And recommend tbo
KING        A
Make for ladles and children,
SLATER
Boots for men.   Prices same as
Winnipeg and Vanoouvor.
C. B. Ht'MB �� CO., Ltd.,
General Merchants,
TKOUT LAKE, B. C,
Tonsorial
Parlors..
MAIN STREET,      ?
FERGUSON, B. C.
Shaving. Shampooing,
Hairdreesing,      Singeing*
Dyeing, Bathe, hot and
oold water.
I have thc best appointed shop ln tho G
Lardeau.  upon from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. rf
ROY E. JAMIESON 'jf
L Proprietor. jj-
-BUY LOTS IN-
Ferguson, the Pay-Roll Centre
of the Rich Lardeau.
FERGUSON
-IS THB	
HUB
OF THE DISTRICT
SOUTH   of   Ferguson  lie
phenominally rich
FREE MILLING GOLD
camps   of Poplar
Rapid creeks, and
M
the
and
NORTH ot Ferguson lies Fish
creek, where free mill-
gold ore abounds.
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
For Further Information* Apply to
HENRY FLOYD,
General Agent, :,*."'���:
-Revelstoke. B. C.
,v
$3 PER ANNUM.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY.
The only paper giving attention to British Cclumlrf*. in the United states,
A voluminous weekly Journal, abundantly newsy and inform atory. The printing
Is neat ami clear, the paper'good nnd the pabulum uf great interest and vigorously
written. The gold mining Intelligence is plentiful, carefully collected and dlserlm-
lnalely presumed to the public. Its whole get-up vouchei for the vast amount of pains
that have been taken fn Its compilation. Supplies exectly what residents in this
country kb woll uh tho .easterners, whose interests are wrapped up in gold, stiver,
copper, lead, iron and coal, are desirous of learning ln these matters. The contributions from comwp'mdonts and the emanations from the editorial brain-pan aro
always readable, Kenerally.terse and to the point.    ....
WILL PUSH BRITISH COLUMBIA INTEREST8
In the great world's arena of competing claimants for capital.
Inquiries this year at our head oflice from interested parties regarding the merits
and demerits of Western stocks havo beeu more numerous thun ever.
/ Will Disseminate Exact Information
Regarding mining ventures, protecting the outside investor from having unpayable
properties foisted upon him by unprincipled promoters,   "-   .. . ...... i-..�� .1...
support a first-class,
nfoi     -     '
THAT
firOVlnt'U Will not lioartllv   ttupiuiri il nt��i-vinw,   uuum   nuw   Aumvrii
mmci.se Influence such information is unavailable at present, and
   Because the people of tho
bona, lido Eastern mining journal of
18 THE WHOLE SECRET
Of disinterested capital.
,nc V
ill] 111
bo maintained hen-!.  Send II today and it will be mailed 1011 weekly for one year.
Advice on Washington and British Columbia stocks given free.
Uood prospects written up. Tents from'fTr up.  Ask for particulars.
G. RAYMOND PAYNE,
Special Correspondent,
526 Peyton Block, Spokane, Wash. Box 680, Nelson, B, C.
JOB PRINTING
Is our business.   We have the facilities and ingenuity necessary to execute artistic work.   -
THING IS OUR LINE TURNEC OUT PROMPTLY
Legal,  Survey and Mineral Claim Blanks always in stock.
TheEAQLE,
FERGUSON. B. C.
4
warn .-���'
NOTES.
As private citizens and business
men the three candidates who'-'are
seeking; election in this riding are
above the average, but surety
neither Mr. Retallack nor Mr.
Shannon were ' ever intended for
parliamentarians.
Twenty-one claims, including the
Oyster-Criterion, Opblr Lade, Lucky
Jack and the Swede groups are being
amalgamated Into one mammoth mining company by the Pool-Young syndicate. Particulars will be given next
week.
Metal Quotations.
New York, Sept. 24.���fend, (4.50;
Copper, (13.76; Silver, 59c.
Her Wedding "Tower."
An ���accommodation train on a distant railroad was dragging along
When a long, lean and sallow womon
in what appearee to be subdued bridal
finery leaned across the aisle of the car
and said seriously to a lady slttlngjjppo
site her:
"Dear me! Iff akind of a solemn
thing to be travello1 with two husbands, now, ain't lt?" -. - ���*��� -
"I do not know what you mean," replied the lady.
"Oh, mebbe not, well, you see, my
first husband died 'bout a year ago an'
was burled over in Patriok county, an'
last week I was married ag'in an' me
an' my second husband bave been over
in Patrick county on a little wedd.n'
tower, and I thought I'd kind -of
like to have my first husband burled
in the graveyard right where I'm goin'
to live now, an' my second husband
was willln'. so we tuk my first husband
up an be's In tbe baggage car along
witb our other things. My sec
ond husband Is sittln out oo the
platform .akin' a smoke, an' I been
setting Here tblnkin' bow solemn tt is
to go on a .weddln tower with two
husbands. It's a turrlble solemn piece
of bl.ness when you come to tblpk
of it."���Latrence Lee ln Llppincott's
Magazine
���M-tlMI
Smith <fr Co.
45 Bleury St,
-    * Montreal
Will be represented in
Ferguson three or four
({ays each .month. Any
Orders for clothing will
receive clo3o attention
and we
i
Time Table.
3. S. ARCHER OR S.S. LARDEAU.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing October 14th, 1003, will sail as follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Boaton and
Comaplix, twice daily���10k and Sk.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrqwhead, twice daily��� 7:15k and
12;45k. Making close connections
with all C. P. 11. Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve the right to
change times of sailings without
notice.
The Fred Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd
GUARANTEE A   FIT.
f
Our representative
S. A. Scott is a
practical tailor and
will make clothes
fit. Hold your
orders for him.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium  .   .  ��
ARROW LAKES, ti.C.
8ituated;midst scenery unrivalled for
grandeur. Tho most complete health
resort on the continent of North America,
It's baths euro all Nervous and Muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
Kidney, Liver and Stomach ailments,
Tbey are a never failing remedy for
nil metallic poisons, completely purifying the system.
TERMS���iu to |1S per week, accord-*
ills to residence in Hotel or Villas.
NOTICK
Publio notice is hereby given tbat tbo undersigned Intend to apply under the provisions of
the ''Tramway Company Incorporated Act"
and amended acts, for the incorporation of a
company with power to build, equip and operate a tramway and to construct and equip
and-operate telephone or telegraph lines In
connection therewith, between a point on
Trout lake, at or near tbe townsite of Trout
Luke and a point on Lardeau river, West
Kootenay, at or near Ferguson, B. c, with
branch lines from, at or near, Ferguson, B,, C.
to Circle Oity on the North Fork-of Lardeau
river, and to Ten Mile on the -South Fork of
Lardeau river.
The general route of said proposed tramway
and telephone or telegraph lines shall be along
or near tbo banks of Lardeau river and the
North and South forks thereof.
Dated this 16th day of July, 1008.
A. JOHNSON,      >
J. A. DARRAGH, [ Applicant!,
���P G.S.McCARTEB.)
Jfotlce to Delinquent Co-qjfliei-f,
To Z. Gordon Goldberg or L. Gdldburg, or to
any person or persons to whom tbey may
imve transferred their Interests fn the Little
Robert and Little Robert Nq. 2 miner claims
situate at the head of the north fork of Lar-
deaucreok, and adjoining tbe Blaek Warrior
group on the southeast, In the Trout Lake
.Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
You are hereby notified that I have expended
two hundred and five dollnrn and twenty-five
.���cuts (1205.25), iu labor and Improvements nn
the above montioned mineral claims for tho
I'll' rent year  In order to hold said mineral
Claims under the provisions of the mineral
Act. and If within ninety days from the dato
jf this notice you fall or refuse tovoutrtbute
your proportion of such expenditures together
witb all cost of advertising, your intercut lu
said claims will become the property of thc
subscriber, under section 4 of an Act entitled
An Act to Amend the Mlucial Act, 1900.
dated At Ferguson thia loth day of Julv, HH.3.
.'CtlO-Kin JOSEPHC KIRKPATRICK.
Certificate of Improvement!.
NOTICK.
Lucky Jack, Lucky Threo and Utile Phil
minimi I'liiims sitnaio lu the Trout LakoMin-
Intf Division of West Kootonay District.
Where located���On thc south cast side of
Poplar oreek, near the railway.
'Inke notice, tliatl, Rnbcrl Ifodgc, ns agent
f.-r K. Mi.Morpuii. Frar Miner's Certillcate Vo,
..'.;.WI, intend, sixty ritiy-i (nun tlio date hero-
of. lo apply to the Mining Recorder for aCer-
tlih-ate'df Improvements, for the purpose of
ubtitlnluga Crown Grunt of the above claima.
And timber take..notice that action, under
Section of, mu?t be commenced before the issu-
Alice of pih.Ii I'ertiilrAic of Improvements.
Dated this Sitli day of Augur, A. D. HUM.
Out. 31). ROUT. HODGE.
NOTICE.
NoMeo is hereby given that I, W. H. Pool, Intend, sixty days after dan1, to apply to the
lladrmtblotthe CRJef Cbhtmlktldlfcr of Lands
and Works, for permission to purclinsu for
mining (firposos, the lands near I'oplar ereek
In WosrWotonay, described as follows;
Commencing*!.t a post marked "W. B, Pool's
N. W. orner,'' planted about 20 chains south
of Matitureon <& '.rittitli'n store at tho K. A A.
Uv. track; J'lence 1(0 chains' east; thence M
elniinssouth; thence 80 chains west; theneo :;o
chains north to thu point of commencement,
containing t<0 acres, more or Ions,     i .���
iVr��iison, li. t;., ISth August, 1W.I.
Oct. HI. W. B. POOL.
NOTICE.
Sixty days after da'.o, I, David Ferguson, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase
the following described land, situated on the
South Fork of Lardetiu creek, about oue milo
from forks above the town of Ferguson:
Commencing at a post marked "David Ferguson's N. W. corner," thence south 2Uchaliis,
ihenee oast 20 chains, thenco north 20 chains,
thence west 20 chains to point of commence-
ment, containing about -it) acres, more or less.
Dated this 28rddoyof July. im
Octobers. DAVID FERGUSON.
THE NEW AND ONLY
MAP
OFTHIS DISTRICT
You a
"Wage
Earner ?
If so w-.hy not invest some of your
earnings to meet a possible reversal
of fortune. For a safe, profitable
investment there is nothing beats
an   accumulation    policy   in   the
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 O. WOODWARD,
Ferguson, B. C.
Including thc Fish Creek camp
and Upper Duncan River section, compiled by A. P. Cummins, P. L. 8., and B
Shannon. B. A., Is now on sate at tbis
oflice. The ready sale of the map is
proving all we bave said for it. The
Trout Lake division Is lithographed In
black, the Lardeau in red. and tho Alnsworth In blue. Even a tenderfoot could
take a copy of this map and find any
claim recorded ln tbe three divisions.
The mountains, lakes, creeks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
and the location and name (by a unique
Index) of overy minoral claim in the
district Is shown.
next. to   Visiting   the   Country   In
Person This Map Takes First Place*
In fact every geographical
feature Is so well defined that oue can
���stent a glance the nature of our country
and the trend of the claim locations
gives nn Intelligible Idea of the mineral
belts running through thc camp. It la
certainly
*���'    ft .' t*. '      '
The   Best   Worth   Foe   One Dollar
ever offered in the map tine of a mining
camp. It Is the lirst complete map oi
the district and Is selling well. It Is just
what you Are looking Tor. WE ALSO
HAVE A FEW MAPS MOUNTED ON
LINES, WITH A GOOD COVER, FOR
TRAVELLERS OR PROSPECTORS.
WHICH SELL AT fl,5D. THESE ARE
TIIE REST VALUE, AB THEY WILL
LAST FOB YBAR9.
"*" " Address1 "your order, with an
-enclosure of a one dollar bill, I no
'cheques,orders, etc.) to
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
WE CARRY CARPETS,
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND
CHINA HATTING.
IRON BEDS a Specialty
$5 and up.
amm^ A A fc   *   **A****   *   *   *   *   a   a\   a\   ���\M.4**-m\m\m\a\\ ,
^r'4��^^^*T^^m4\T^r^r^r^^r^^^ *��� W 'W^**r~ f ��� fT "" "T
Goods can be furnished to any part oi Lardeau on very short notice
as the service is such that delivery can be made in one day from Nelson.
No Charge for packing
Funeral Directors and *
Embalmers.
[Graduate of Myer's College,*/.! Embalming]
Can attend case at Ferguson at ten
hours notice 1/ advised by, wire.
D. J. Robertson & O
NELSON, B. C.
PRIVATE DININO SOOJI8 FOR
LADIES.
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND MINIM.. MEN.
-THE���
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON �� SLINGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C, Opposite the Postoffice.
Ferguson, B.C.
Mining companies or others ordering
lots of 20 or more, maps will be supplied at 60 cents each.
Capital Authorized, 84,000,000 Hfi-tDOW-7C.fi*
Capital (paid up)    -    2,986,286 ���        _'___.-,
Ue8t ...... 2,650,ooo Toronto, Ontario-
Branches in the Northwest Terrl tories. Provinces -of British Columbia, Manitoba, ()ntorio and Quebec
T. R. MERRITT, President. D. R. WILKIE, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Man.
E. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manag' ir. W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector.
Perguson,   B.  C.  Branch���, I   General  Banking  Business   Transacted,
Savings Department��� Deposits received and interest allowed.
Dra/ts Sold available in All parts ol Canada, ? * ' "
United States and Europe.
Special attention given to collec tlons and ".
Mining Bonds.
W. MACDONALD
Manager
Everybody    Q ur Special
s m o k e s    _
-AND-
%
The Union
CIGAR        c
''.'hey are all Union made and of the UNION     **-JGAR
oest Havana Tobayeo money can 'FACTO Rtfy H. A.
buy.  Trv one nnd sntlsly yourself ,, _ ��� ,., ,.    p,.rtll
u to tbeir quiUlty. J.ROW'.', r-.P|-*.
I Lardtiau
Hotel *        S
Wc try to give satisfaction to our guests.
tt
Laugh ton Bros*
F   roprlelors.
KlVERY AND CARTAGE, f
KIRKPATRICK & HILLMAN       *
Wave Stables at Ferguson, Trout Lake and Beaton,
Where they koep light and heavy vehicles, sin-jlo and
double drivers, saddle and pack borees for hive.
Also proprietors of the stage route ruqnlng between
the above points, making three trips weekly.
wl ���K3==========SA,nSFAOTION OUABAKTBto-=========*=-== K Local and General.
J, M. Doyle of Revelstoke visited
town on Tuesday.
Mrs. Wm. Glenn of the Park hotol
was in town Wodnestlay.
Ed- Rowland of tho Eaole staff loft
fir Spokane Monday, via Lardo.
Arthur II. 13i*owu, Jr., of Kaslo arrived in Ferguson Wednesday to visit
his father.
Ed. .William, has charge of A. T.
Ranklno's drug store whilo tho proprietor is out of town.
A. ,1. Appleton is tho latest arrival
in "Ferguson to reside permanently.
I Ie has oharge of the barber shop.
A. T. Rankine, our popular druggist, litis gone on a trip to the outside
world.   Thero are rumorsj?)
J C. Murray attended the mass
meeting called by the Liberals in Eagle
hall last night.
J. Q. McKinnon 'wont out to Revolstoke on Tuesday to meet his sister,
wiio is on her way east.
C. C. Poyntz of Kaslo, formerly Jof
the Marlon mine at New Denver, was
in Ferguson Thursday and Friday.
Master Harvey Miller of Nelson
came into town Tuesday week to learn
tho printing business on the Eaqle.
The Ferguson tlu band is in daily
practice in anticipation ot a, call to
serenade some newly-married couples.
Messrs. Dave and Andy Ferguson
have been spending their holidays at
Poplar, but returned to Ferguson this
week.
Oswald Woods has accepted a position as junior clerk In the newly-opened
branch at Trout Lake of the Imporial
Dank.
J. W. Grior, lately in charge of
I.owery's job printing office in Nelson,
arrived in town Tuesday to work in
tho Eagle office.
Tho third paymont of $20,000 has
been made on the Triune property by
the Metropolitan Co., Ltd., to the Ferguson Bros.
J. A. Wetmore is expected to arrive
in Trout Lake at onco to tako charge
of tho Ferguson branch ofthe Imperial
bank at that place.
W. Eddy roturned from a visit to his
brother in Alberta Wednesday. Billy
went up tbo hill the same day to take
his old position at tho Nottie L.
R. E. Jatnieson loft for the east the
lirst part of tho week on a holiday trip
of two or threo woeks duration. Roy
wore a decidedly matrimonial look.
Mrs. N. Abrahamson and littlo
daughter camo Into town 'Saturday on
a visit to Mrs. Alex. Cummins. Mrs.
Abrahamson returned to hor homo at
Trout Lako Tuesday.
Tho first mail over the Lardeau railway was brought into Ferguson Tuesday morning. Ferguson has now a
daily mail service cicept Sunday. It
comes and goes":oh alternate days via
tlie Kaslo aud Beaton routes.
Miss Hews, Entertainer.
Miss Hows, tho renowned elocutionist
aud impersonator, gave an entertainment in Eagle hall Monday night,
which was not at all well uttended,
probably owing to the rain and mud,
but those who were fortunate enough
to bo present were rewarded by a really
lirst rate entortainment and an evening *of "laughter. Miss.. Hows is s
natural born cloeutiouist, and her rendering of the Irish and German dialects were especially good, and brought
forth round ufter round of applause.
Miss Hows ia a graduate of one of
tho leading Institutions for tho blind in
tho United Btates, and is thus quito
capable of -entertaining tho public,
Sliould tliis entertainer again tour B.
V. auu glve-Bforguson a call wo believe
sho would fee greeted with a bumper
house,
Polling Day.
By the amonded Provinolal Election
Act it Is provided that polling day in
any riding_��hall bo a publio holiday,
and every registered elector of the riding registered elector of the riding who
is|within the riding on tbat day and who
is a .workman or employee for hire
shall be allowed, by his employer to be
free from bis employment on that day
for at least four consecutive hours between tho opening and elosing ol the
poll, and every employer who offends
against this provision, without reasonable justification, shall be liable to a
penalty of not more than one hundred
dollars, to be recovered under the
"Summary Convictions ' Act" and
amending acts,-      ��� ,' ���
Locals Witb > Pant-teak.
Old papers for sale at Eagle office.
Io pays to use the telephone. A trip
cau often be saved to Trout Lake, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
the phone. Office in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
Orders for furniture will bo filled
quickly and with better results at tho
wholesale and retail store of D. J.
Robinson & Co., Nelson, than auy*
where else in the province.
* Smokers: If you want tho genuine "Union" and "Our Special"
CIGAR seo that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters on overy box.
���H. A. Brown, Revelstoke, B. C.
FOR SALE-The building and corner lot now occupied by tho barber
shop and shoo store on Main street,
Ferguson, drawing good rent permanently. Apply E. G.Woodward, Eagle
office.
Order a ping-pong set, framed or
unframed pictures, picture frames,
drawing requisites, books, magazines
or anything In this line of goods from
the Canada Drug & Book Co., Revelstoke, B. C. Mail orders attended to
promptly.
PROPERTY FOR SALE-Lot No.
10, in block 55, on Main street, next to
Forguson hotol, and lots 0 and 7, in
block 1, also on'Main street near post
office These aro vory desirable lots
and can be purchased cheaply. Apply
to E. G. Woodward, Eagle office.
GO TO-
CUMMINS'
FOR
FINE
CONFECTIONERY,
FANCY
BISCUITS,
TOBACCOS,
FRUIT, ETC. *
Ferguson,
B. O.
j  FERGUSON
MEAT MARKET
Having purchased tho
Ferguson Meat Market wo
are prepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of
Frosh and curod meats. A
good supply of Beof, Pork,
Mutton, Sausages, Hams
and Bacon always on hand.
P. BINS & CO.
��<>������,�����������-*--�����
NELSON FAIR
Sept. 24 and 25.
First annual exhibition of the
Nelson Agricultural and  Industria
Association.
.i-SO LID DAYH-3
Of sight Keeing ami sport, magnificent display
of Fruitfl, VegtitHblen, Farm Produce, Flowers,
Horses, Cattle, Poultry, Dogs and tiie L-reatest
collection nf Minerals ever exhibited iu British Columbia,
LACROSSE.
Shamrocks of Montreal, champions of tlio
World, vs. Nelson, champions of tin- Kootenay,
ROCK DRILLING.
North Star Team vs. Ymir Team, for fl,000.
ip'iOO in other prizes for rock drilling.
Plaoor mining In operation oaeh day.
BALLOON  ASCENSION
And I'araslmtu Drop of 2,000 feet cacli day,
.Baby Show on First Day.
Grounds and buildings illuminated evenings,
BAND CONCERTS.
Qi  f\ftf\ Prodnotloa ot tho opera "MIKA-
q>l,UUl��    1)0" In the Opera Houso ocah
ovoning.
JAMES JOHNSTONE, President.
 J. E, ANNABLE, Secretary.
! | PROFESSIONAL I
:  |        CARDS.
��*-�����-"���-��� ���**-���������"-������-���>
|
*>    4
There Is only one beat mining journal.
.*���        That Is
Mine.; and Minerals.
tt has a larger circulation than any two other
American mining Journals because It is the
best. It ia the largest, beat illustrated and
handsomest mining journal In the world. It
Is a mining paper for mining men. Subscription' prioe 12.00 por year. Send for free aample
copy. Addreas MINES AND MINERALS, Scranton, Pa., U. s, A, Denver offices, Barth Bldg,,
DtLVM, 00) "
i O   B.N. WILKIE, !
1 \** p; l. s. ;
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Surveys mado and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Office:      -      -     Trout Lako.
H. EDWARDS
:
TAXIDERMIST,
Revelstoke,
B. C.
w
ILLIAM A. BAUER,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
Survevsof Mines, Mineral Claims and
Crown Lands. Crown Grants Obtained and Assessments Managed
for Absentees.
Offices:   Camborne and Vancouver
W
M.
E. DEVEREUX,
P.   L.   S.,
CIVIL and
MINING
ENGINEER.
"DOBERT HODGE,
BARRISTER, ETC.     ���
Solicitor for
The Imperial Bank
Perguson, 15. C.
OFFICE���In the Ophir Lade block.
Tl AltVEY, MCCARTER A PINKHAM,
Barristers, Soliclters, etc.
Offices: Ilevelstoke, Golden, and Ferguson. Solicitora for Imporial Bank
of Canada
Geo. S. McCarter: J. A, Harvey.
A. M. Plnkhem.
TJ.RED C. ELLIOTT,
Barrister,  Notary Public etc.
TROUT LAKE OITY B. 0.', AND
FERGUSON,   B.   C.
...��4 ��-<--���<-*--,-�� Mllllll I
Tho B.C. ASSAYS CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. "d.
VANCOUVER, B. (!.
Headquarters lor AKanynra, Mining
A Mill Snppll,'-. Sole ii'u-iils in H.
c. for Morgan crucible Co., Hatterrou,
Eiigliiud; I. \V. I'.ruiLii & Co.'b Patent
vCiuyl'iirn ia, Burnors, eto.t Wm. Aius-
jvortb & Co.'a Finu Balances etc., etc.
Watches, Clocks and
Jewelry.
A
Q
Ihave high grado
Waltham, Vanguard,
Crescent, Street,
C. P. R. Special,
Elgin, Father Time,
Verltae and B, W.
Raymond's.
We have made provision for very
extensive sales during August. Call
and examine our stock before placing an
order.
Tea and Coffee
We make a specialty of Pure Teas and
Rich Coffees.
Summer Clothing, Boots and Hats of the best
make and large assortment.
;
McKinnon & Sutherland I
New Goods for the   Trade.
4 4.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
The best select ed stock that has ever been shown in the lardeau.
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT.
A new lot of Hardware covering everything used in mine or the bush
BOOTS AND CLOTHING.
A fine line of waterproof Boots for prospectors and bushmen.
Clothing for all purposes anda full stock.
Gr. B. Batho & Co.,
THE POST OFFICE STORE.
THE   KING'S HOTEL
Well lighted and heated by hot
air furnace. Tables supplied
with the best the market affords.
Rates $1.50 Per Day
JAS.  CUMMINGS,   Prop., Ferguson, B.   C.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up at the Queens. Good accommodation
..Best ot service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe,.
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
Packing and FergusoanndPackins
���Freighting     Transfj^outfit.
Contracts entered into for packing of Mining Supplies,
etc, to any point ln the district,
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed.   Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Ferguson
a specialty.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
/linm/fi     I have Eight-Day, Gon
VulMlJ   Strijft, and Nickle Clocks.
J. V. REEVES,
Jeweler and Optician,
.   FERGUSON, B. C.
Perguson fjotell
McDONELL & BLACK,
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B, C.

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