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The lardeau
VOL. II. NO.
^li.^i
FERGUSON, BB1TISPI COLUMBIA, OCTOBER 17. 1900.
��2.00 A YEAB.
METROPOLITAN SOLD
One of the MoBt Promising Groups up the North Fork of the Lardeau
Changes Hands.
is holding out favorable for tha new
companies' operations.
On the Chicago an Immense Shewing of High Grade Ore is Exposed
In Several Stringers and a Big Strong Ledge.���A Test Shipment
Now Being Taken Out for the Swansea Smelter���An Average
Assay Buns 7011-2 Ozs. in Silver, 42.7 Per Cent. Lead and 51-4
Per Cent. Copper���Cabin Built and Supplies In.���Another Shipper.
of high-grade ore���some excellent
samples, to take east with them. Four
lbs. of this was given to S. Shannon,
B. A., for
AN AVERAGE ASSAY,
with the following results:   70H ozs.
The Metropolitan group, whioh
became the property of Rev. Charles
W.' McCrossan of Chatham, Ont., (with
offices ln Duluth, Minn.) last week is
one of the most promising properties
in the Lardeafl csmp. Although the
ground is well known to old-timers,
not until this season has its latest and
best shewings been discovered. An
Eagle representative was over the
group some days ago, and to say the
least of it, the owners, Messrs. H. M.
Carter, Lelv Thompson, Prank Holten,
Hugh Ross and a silent partner (the
three latter one-tenth interest each),
have not exaggerated the report of the
rich shewing found some few months
ago. Leaving here in the morning we
soon arrived at Circle City, a distance
of six mites. After light refreshments
at tho Circle City Cabin, one of the
most hospltablo hostelries in North
Kootenay, we proceeded up the north
fork of Lardeau ereok, following the
valley just below the Spokane group,
owned and worked by the Canadian-
Lardeau- oe*-i;??.cy. It seemed a short
three nj we were soon in full
view of
THE METROPOLITAN GROUP,
lying to the right side  going up  on
what, is locally known as the Big Five
mountain, on the other side of which
is situated the Black Diamond group,
unn-i   -'-ili'ii ��<   irtv.'h was done   this
season, preparatory to crown granting.
To reach the property  we gradually
ascend a hogs-back in the valley, with
the creek on either side.   When we
roached the lower or timber claim, the
Montreal   (taking  in  and   extending
across this valley, with fine tltnbor on
tho left slope) sidelining the   much-
talked of Chicago, where such
HIGH-GRADE SHEWINGS PREDOMINATE,
wo crossed the small creek and thon
encountered a rather sudden climb up
to tho shewings, the many stringers
and big ledge being plainly visible on
the otherwise barren looking mountain
of rock.   To the right hand side of the
Chicago, facing up, is
THE SAN FRANCISCO,
which takes in a rather.precipitous
bluff, scarcely safe enough for a goat
to navigate upon; but which Frank
Holten prospected less than a month
ago with satisfactory results. Then
above,    or  sidelining    the  Chicago,
lies
THE FAIRVIEW,
while  to  the  left or north, running
towards the hond of the basin is
BUY DIRECT FROM THE OWNER.
THE BOSTON AND NEW YORK,
upon   which considerable  work  was
done in earlier days.   But since the
RICH DISCOVERY ON THE CHICAGO
was made naturally the owners'
attention was directed and concentrated
upon the point most likely to give the
quickest and best results. Arriving at
tho Chicago's location post wo commenced "prospoctlng" nnd soon wont
over and examined at least
8 OR 10 STRINGERS OF ORE,
from 2 to 10 inches In width, traceable
dear across tho Chicago, lying ln thin
bedded limo, at Intervals of probably
20 to 30 It. as we continuod up the hill
towards tho main ledge. Running
right through these
STRATA OF LIME
is a bani of schist In whioh lies the
lead from which the stri ngors appear to
come.   The lead matter consists of
GREY ioPPER, GALENA AND ZINC
in a ganaue of quartz and calcite, The
natural impression to one viewing
these woiderful stringers is, tbat when
the mineral and rook was deposited
there the terrible pressure had
squeezed and filled every conceivable
crevice from what will possibly be the
main ote body. The party, while
there, personally ploked out, with an
ordinarjprospeotor's plok, several lbs.
%
silver, 42.7 per cent, lead and  5i per
cent, copper.   This is
A PHENOMINAL VALUE
when the quantity of shipping ore
right in sight on the surface is considered. Mr. McCrossan, the purchasor,
has instructed Assayer shannon to run
through a whole pound���a sort of
miniature smelter test���for each value,
the value of which we will secure
before going to press lf possible. Mr.
McCrossan, on his own responsibility,
previous to leaving for the east to float
and place his newly acquired Metropolitan group,
LET A CONTRACT
to Messrs. Carter and Holten to build a
cabin   on   the   hog's-back,  on   the
Montroal.   They will also
TAKE OUT A FEW SACKS OF ORE
which will be forwarded to Mr. McCrossan and from there to the famous
Swansea Btnelter, tho proceeds of
which will be watched with interest by
everyone interested in the wellbeing of
this district.
Supplies will be taken up
a.;  ~oo.. -..  itfdw&l./, ^o be ready for
work early next season.   The property
is fairly accessible, which is a great
advantage.   Thoy havo also
PLENTY OF WOOD AND WATER,
and it will be an easy matter to make
a rawhide trail almost to Circle City,
to which point the
WAGON ROAD FROM FERGUSON
will be extended next season. The
property was sold on conditions that
render steady development necessary,
the first payment, a substantial figure
���in the fives���to be mado between now
and December 15th. It is with a great
deal of satisfaction that the Eagle
records a deal whereby the property is
TO BE REALLY DEVELOPED
without  delay.     And the acquiring
parties go about it as though they
meant business.   In the Metropolitan
group the new ownors have one of the
BEST PROSPECTS IN TIIE DISTRICT
���another of Lardeau's grass-root
shippers, and thero is no season why
ere the railway reaches here this group
should not have thosands of dollars
worth of ore out and ready for shipment. Even at present, the ore being
so high grade, they could
SHIP AT AN IMMENSE PROFIT.
They have an easier outlet than the
Silver Cup, Triune civ Cromwell, and
the valuos appear to bo just as high
and substantial���us far as can bo
judged from surfaco indications and
the goneral conditions surrounding
the ore shewings on tho Metropolitan
group, a group which the Eagle expects tn see bring thut deserving
portion of this wonderful
MINERAL PRODUCING DISTRICT
to the front rank. In helping themselves the new owners must needs
enhance tho value of surrounding
properties in general, particularly
those in tbo same belt of country at
either end.
The Topio is Astray in Eocrying the
Prospector.
While there may bo a fow prospeotors in this district with "magnifying
eyos," who desire to become millionaires in one sale; yet there is-no reason
why   the   Topic   should   roast  the
prospectors as a whole and spare tho
cheop-johnjboosters, promoters and hoggish   middle-men.    The Eaole  has
found the prospectors in this .camp to
be most reasonable���especially wben
they run across a man or company who
means business and is prepared to go
to work on their properties.   The district needs more straight business and
less      stoek-selling-miuing-the-people
propositions.   The middle men, as a
rule,  want  a  property  for 82,000 or
$3,000 at most and away they go and
float a company, turning the same over
at probably $20,000 or $30,000,  if they
find suckers plentiful enough.   If the
mining inen or companies mean business, let them * come  to  this  district
with power to close a deal on the spot;
see the property for themselves and
make their own bargain.   If thoy do
this, the Eagle Is ready to say that
there will be no difficulty in consummating a deal with nine out of every
ten prospect owners in this distriot.
THE SUNSET OROUP
Work is  Being Prosecuted by The  Golden Link Mining Oompauy on
This Recently Acquired Property.
A REVIEW OF MINING OPERATIONS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT
A Successful Season Just Closed in the Old Gold Camp.���Increased
Activity up the North Fork.���The Cromwell Ore Shipment Out.
Big Ore Bodies  Encountered on the  Empire Group.���A Lucky
Trout Laker.���Triune No. 2 Sold. -The White Warrior Deal Goes
Through.���A Big and Important Mining Transaction Pending.
Rev. Chas. W. McCrossan, secretary- Gold camp have been  laid olT for the
Tim Hull Itoy.
No definite word has beon received
as yet from Manager A. E. Welch ro
another contract on the Rob Roy,
which is now lying idle. No supplies
have been taken up yet, and another
Mr. Elector:
If you vote for Chris.
Foley, the people's candidate, you vote for a sound
and progressive principle.
Thus you cannot waste a
vote. Let the machine
politicians howl about dead
issues; but "plunk" for
Chiis. Foley and progress.
November 7 th.
two weeks delay will prohibit any,
except at a big expense. A niiinagor
over two thousand miles from a property is not a howling success as a rule,
the exact local conditions being unknown to him. Tho Eagle understands the company���Scottish-Canadian���have money for development
work purposes, and if they have (while
it is none of our business) the Eagle
would suggest that they put their
property in shape to make use of a
railway next season���or, in justice to
the stock holders, acquire a property
which will.
Triuno (No. 2 Hold.
A. C. Cummins, on behalf of other
parties, bought tho Triuno No. 2 mineral claim from Frank Appicost, "Kamloops," last week, tho consideration
being only $200. The .property is well
located and may chango hands shortly
at a considerably advanced figure.
A pack train of twelve horses went
up the north fork on Thursday morning loaded with supplies for the Metropolitan and Sunset groups. The cabins
on both groups are nearly completed
and good progress is being made with
the trail to tho Sunset from Circle
City. Messrs. P. Nicholson and W.
Shannon are building tho Sunset
cabin, Messrs. H. M. Carter, Frank
Holten and Alex. Brown the Metropolitan cabin, while Hugh Uoss has
oharge of the trail gang.  The weather
Tho Wlilt.i Warrior Deal <;<��(����� Through.
Messrs. Ed. Boll and J. Morgan
havo sold their interests in tho While
Warrior group to eastern men, tho
cash-down payment being $1,000.
After squaring up all round the boys
left for the Hot Spriugs to spend a few
days.
Another Big Deal On.
Tlie Eagle hopes to bo in a position
to announce the largest mining deal
of tbe season in next issuo. It will bo
a happy surprise to and mean a great
deal for tho town of Ferguson.
Cable anil Ton Brook Changes Hiinil.
A. L. Davenport  of  Spokane,   has
treasurer of the Golden Link Minin,
Company, and C. Miller, the company's
broker,  have been   recently   visiting
their various properties in this district.
The
SUNSET GROUP OF FOUR CLAIMS,
recently acquired by their company,
promises to be of more than passing
interest to this camp. This group is
located on what is locally known as
the Hunter and Trapper lead. The
Horn load sidelines it on the north.
However, from the prominence of the
Sunset group, tho part of the Hunter
and Trapper lead situated
BETWEEN PASS AND GALENA CREEKS
has become better known as tho Sunset
lead and like most of the other leads in
tbat belt it lies in the contact between
lime and schist. In tho vicinity of
Circle City the Sunset lead is distinctly
TRACEABLE ACROSS EIGHT CLAIMS
and ns disclosed at the various points
of outcrop the ledge is found to be
fairly well mineralized throughout the
entire length of these, but it is on tho
Maud claim, ono of the Sunset group,
that the best surfaco shewing is
uncovered. Here the littlo work that
has been dono discloses
A QUARTZ LEDGE,
from four to five ft. wide, well mineralized with chalcopyrite, lying in the
contact of liuio nnd schist.- while
between the quartz ledge and the lime
is found a vein of
LEAD CARBONATES AND GALENA
varying in thickness between six
inches nnd a foot.
The Eagle understands that it Is
the purpose of the company to continue
development work from this point, and
if surfaco Indications mean anything, it
is quite reasonable 'to predict Hint in
this Sunset group the Golden Link
Company wilt Boon havo
A SHIPPING PROPERTY.
The clean ore,*as yet, is silver-lead, but
the whole nf the quartz ledge could be
concentrated for tho gold-copper
values which it contains. It is therefore premature to say whether, with
development, this property will be a
producer of tho white metal, which
might necessitate the company changing its name, or whether with depth
the
YELLOW   STUFF   MAY   PREDOMINATE
and enable then to forgo tnnny a
golden link. Just now a gang of men
are employed in completing a trail
from Circlo City 11 a wooded Hat on
the Maud claim, within five hundred
feot of thc mouth ��f the tunnel. The
Hat with a
FINE STREAM OP WATER
running through it makes an ideal site
for tho camp, and hero a couple of men
aro 'now busy erecting a commodious
cabin. The trail from Circle City is
being built on an easy grade ami in
timber throughout, so that It may be
travelled in perfect safely at all
seasons. The company purpose
PUTTING IN SUPPLIES
on tbo completion of the trull
and cabin so that work may bo
proseouted throughout the winter.
Situated as tho property is, within
easy reach of Circle City which point
the Eagle hopes to sot-e connected
noxt season by a government
WAGON ROAD TO FERGUSON
tho ore from the Sunset can be taken
to tho smelter and treated, still leaving
GOOD   MARGIN FOR    DIVIDENDS
to tl'.e shareholders. The EAGLE congratulates tho Golden Link Company
on having secured such a favorable
property and predicts a livelier time
up the north fork next season than has
heretofore occurred.
winter, a   few  are  still   working  on
small contracts.   The trail gang, connecting by trail tho mines via the Duncan route with tho trunk trail built by
the government up the Duncan river
nnd little west fork thereof this season.
will  probably be through this week.
This   will   practically   wind  up their
operations  for  this   season.   Two  or
three men may   be  left   to   work  all
winter.    The   progress   made in   the
Old Gold camp this season  was vory
satisfactory to  Supt. .1. W. Westfall
and   the   many  directors and   shareholders who visited tlie properties during tho summer.   The diagonal crosscut on tho Old Gold resulted in encountering tho objective lead at a good
depth with results already made known
in these columns.   A line new discovery has been mado on the Primrose,
which   will   receive  steady  attention
noxt   season.     On  the   Guinea Gold,
whilo tho big strong  lead with such
wonderful shewings of galena in place
on tlie surface, the crosscut driven this
season cannot bo far from intersecting
the. lead at some ii0 ft. depth.   In  faii
tho rock  indicated as much���getting
softer���when   the  men  finished their
contract a few days ago.   This leaves
everything in shipshape to begin on
next  spring.     Supplies    have    been
taken over, and only the wheel nf Hum1
is necessary to further prove the value
nf  theso  promising  Old   Gold   camp
properties.
Tho Cromwell Shipment.
E.  Jr. Morgan, one of   the   happy
proprietors of tho abovo claim, was  in
tho pay roll centre last week on his
way   to  the  Trail   smelter   with tho
Cromwell's     maiden    shipment���238
sacks,   or  7 tuns   in   all.    The   early
closing of this season on the summits
shut them oil work nt least two weeks
sooner than expected,   and   fur   this
reason only is the shipment short of
being   a  carload,   as   was  calculated
upon.   Had   tiny   commenced   their
assessment   work   in  the spring and
found out what a bonanza they had
sooner, tho Cromwell would have been
a closo competitor   with  the Triune's
oro output this season.    However, tho
owners have no grievance as the oro
will  bo there next spring and if the
smeltor    returns     are   as    high    as
expected,  no mining   promoter   need
apply.   Tlie Cromwell  is only one ol
the >niany  marvellously   rich   strikes
made   In the camp this season.   If
nothing else had beon dene this year
but   tho   discovery   of tho Triuno,
Cromwell and Chicago, good  progress
is being made, for they are certainly a
trio of cornei'iickeis, as high-grade ore
impositions.
purchased from Josephine Lord, ot
Trout Lake, for $1,7(0, the mineral
olaims Cable and Ten Broek, whioh
are situated near Erie,
The Olll Oolil  CainU'
Whilo a numbor of the men engaged
'i'lio Empire (ntoup.
.Supt. It. Leoltle-Ewlng loavos this
ween for Rossland to spend the winter,
Operations on the Empire group havo
ceased for this season, the men coming
down lust week.   Thoy have di-lvon a
210 ft. orOBSout and also 40 ft. of drifting along tho second lead.  They have
over 4 ft. ��f concentrating ore. at a
deptii of 150 ft,, in the lirsl  lead mid
over a foot ol clean ore ami concentrates in the second lead at about Hie
same depth.   Supplies for next season
have been takon over and in all this
I season's work has  beon most successful, tbo company having proved that
the surface shewings were even bottsr
witli depth.   The Empire group's  outlet   is   down  Cariboo  ereek  to  tlio
Duncan river, so that a railway lip the
valley is  a necessity boforo shipping
can   bo  profitably   commenced.   This
property    was   sold    io  thc   present
owners for $30,000 cash last season, nnd
they have spent a good many thousands
of dollars in trails, cabin6 anil development work.   For this reason thoy arc
Whilo a numuor oi tne men engugou   .........      --���   ���  .
during the past summer in the Old J entitled to all the success imaginable. Lardeau Eagie.
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Address all communications to the
LARDEAU BAG LIS,
FBHGUSON, B.C.
SCREAM LETS.
The Eagle will do all in its power,
small as it may ii". to pile up votes for
Chris. Foley, the people's candidate.
WEDNESDAY,   OCTOBER 17, inoo.
SANCTUM SHORTSTOPS
Will -1 <> 1111 Houston kindly explain
why labor unions should not purtiei-
patc in political contests. Is not the
ballot the easiest and best weapon of
defence.
Qi'ltlsh capital may be all right, but
ii is American and Canadian money���
or management���whioh is bringing
Lardeau's resources to tho front. Tho
London pcoplo will wnko up, as thoy
.lid in Kossland, aftor tho abovo
mentioned rustlers havo a corner on
everything in sight.
Tho Nelson Tribune would try to
make out that our gold commissioner's
position depended on his party politics.
Such is not the case. There is a
principle���seniority���which should be
carried out in the civil service and
Mr. Taylor is simply rectifying a
wrong system, whicli was placed in
vogue by Revelstoke political heelers
and soreheads.
Quito a number of the boys are
pulling out for other moro advanced
i':inips for tho winter tn secure work.
Tlio money they earn on the outside in
lhe winter is, ns a rule, expended in
development work or prospecting in
this district the following summer,
Tliis in Itself is good evidence of their
faith In tbo Lardeau's future. When
poor men will slave and rustle to
invest in the camp, knowing the
ground as they do, why do not more
real live mining companies nnd
monied men appear on tlie scene.
.���I sing  Chris.   Foley  to  load
,: .. in tii" campaign, the Independents have chosen wisely, says the
Silvertonlan. Their candidate is woll
Inc..n throughout the riding, and
.. [jeetod wherever known: a man of
ti vancod Idi as '���vi with no trace of
I ho ��� ', iti or in his makoup, being
on the contrary hard-headed, practical
"��� ' -oil lorvative; an earnest nnd
forcll lo debater, a deep thinker anil a
speaker of ability und force. Those
who know Mr. Foley personally know
that his acceptance of tbe nomination
was made with no feeling of personal
ambition but with the idea of assuming
hii Bhai .��� of a great task.
The time may como in Canndii when
the question of controlling tho trusts
will be a political Issue.���Cranbrook
Herald.
It matters nut whether tlio party
newspaper in on its last legs or not,
they continue to howl ."prosperity,
prosperity" at this juncture.
Tiie prosperity howlers aro generally
tbe persons out of a job or hoping for
oin', if tlieir "party" wins. The
Revelstoke newspapers will serve ns
an instance.
Remember that a vote east for a
principle cannot be lost; that It Is
hotter to vote for what yon want and
not get It than vote for what you don't
want and get it.
If tho Lardeau doesn't get twenty
miles Of railway from tho Arm to Ferguson nsxtyear, the Eagle will place
in preparation a story entitled '* In the
shadow of the sheriff,"
EAGLETTES.
The nowspapci* that talks "prosperity" for its party to a standstill and
can scarcely dtp- -up enough collateral
to pay the compositor tor setting it in
typo is���well it should be what it is.
The "full dinner pail" pictures in
republican campaign documents
remind us of the pall of oats whieh the
farmer uses to catch his horse when he
is getting ready to bridle and ride or
drive him.
Don't spend all your timo from now
until election day hunting for a job.
Work for yourself and socioty in
general for a few days. Wo can elect'
Chris. Foley if wo vote as we have
talked and longed for,
At the next session of the legislative
assembly bills will be introduced that
when passed will repeal all acts that
now give lawyers a dead cinch and
special protection. Lawyers will then
lie on the same footing as other trades
and crafts. ��� Xelson Tribune.
Now all ye laboring men, you have
a chance to vote as you have longed to,
independent of either of the "two
great parties"���both the same medicine, with only a change in the
dispenser. Vote and work for Chris.
Foley, [lie people's candidate. Jar
loose from your old pury. and do your
duty to yourself.
What on earth will some of onr
] Igl lv Inflated mining companies tin
when wo get a railroad"? Their prospectuses and circulars say "we aro
just wailing for railway transportation
to commence shipping ore," and tho
Ragle will swear positively that in a
Few instances thoy havo not a carload
of ore in sight at the pro-sent timo. Let
them got in and drill a few more
1 iii . open up their properties and
pi ivi U th ��� railway sharks that we
liavi Lonnage and smelting custom
���"'!'.>">. it nay lake printer's ink to
induce pooplo to buy treasury shares,
I ut ton much Invested in "nice"
prospectuses and circulars and nol
enough on the properties is likely to
lead tn fatal results in the long run.
With the advent ol tho Sunsol
, oup, u] the north fork nf the Lar*
. all heenini/ig tho property of the
Golden Link Mining; Co., a now era
Iii- dawned upon that deserving purl
of this district. No sooner were the
papers signed than men wore employed, provisions purchased and everything provided to erect cabins, build
the connecting three miles of trail to
Circle City and everything put in
rcadinotij for year-round work. Such
live companies as these is just what
Ihe Lardeau district needs. With so
i 'omislng a group as the Sunset, a
good company and caroful manage-
uaent, t] i EAGLE predicts a shipping
miuo and ;. dividend-payer inside of
twelve months. They have one of the
best Bhewinge in the camp to begin
������'���'ii id tho chances for success aro
ixoollent. A reporfc uf the property
appears iu our nows columns to-day.
A redistribution measure is likely to
he Introduced at ihe'noxt session of the
provincial legislature. Lardeau v.-!'!
then be created into a separate riding,
with the government seat in Ferguson
���the place where Iho mines are. An
Tndepondent-Lnbor candidate will bo
chosen by the pcoplo and elected.
Just 21 days more to pile up votes on
Foley's majority.
Tho old party and machine politicians will not reeoive six votes in Ferguson. Foley, the people's candidate,
will be our next member at Ottawa.
Tho EAGLE has ji friend willing to
wager $100 that Chris. Foley will poll
as many votes in this district as Mae-
Neill and Gallihor combined. Who
wants this easy monoy ?
Sandy McRao is tho paid secretary
of the Liberal push in Uovolstoke. He
should bo caroful about sticking any
moro letters in his hip pocket--especially those showing why ho is in tho
business.
Progressive thinkers and workors
will now have an opportunity to seo
Whom their friends are. If they don't
vote for Chris, Foloy, they aro Against
us. And we must govern oursolves
accordingly.
Tf Thos. Taylor, M. L. A., is the
people's friend, as he professed to be
beforo his election, will ho support
Chris. Foley in this election? Here is
tho tost. If he doesn't, we'll know
where he s at when n.s turn comes.
Chris. Foley is going to be elected,
In spite of and high water���including a hostile press, machine grafters, dead and scarecrow issues. The
people want a progressive man and
intend to get him. Mr. Foley fills the
bill.
If tho Kovelstoke Herald is stuck on
progression, as it pretends to be, why
doesn't it support Chris. Foley. It has
the opportunity to shew its sincerity
and heartfelt sympathy (?) for the
people. But that isn't the .Herald's
politics.   "Yellow dog partyism."
If John Houston knows no moro of
the rest of tho constituency than he
does of who^ire hide-bound Conservatives In Revelstoke, the country is
safe. At least one-half of the persons
whom John classes as "truo blues"
will vote and work for Chris. Foley.
The Liberal government does not
deserve one vote in this district. They
granted the railway sharks four long
years more in which to earn a cash
subsidy, prcr-cntod to them by the
poople, of 896,000. And they were
aided and abetted by IhoCons-orvutives.
"The balance of power*' by Independent-Labor men is necessary.
The Independent Labor candidate, if
ho ���receives the solid support of his
party, will load an attack ngatrist the
politicians such as they are not prepared for. He will be found no- moan
antagonist, and to oiTsett the advan-
t iges he hns to start with, his two
opponents must, take to tho stump at
once.���Silvertonian.
A fill dinner pail filled with trust
made bread, from trust made flour,
baked in a trust mado oven, made of
trust made bricks, and trust, meat,
carried to a trust factory, whore the
price of living has been Increased 1<!
per cent, and wages decreased, will
undoubtedly nuke a very popular
campaign document [aorosp the lino.)���
Erie People.
Brer A1 kins, the grafter, customs
officer, ele.. apparently oan't i.oep nut
of the way. Ho must glvo vent to his
spleen or burst. So tho Victoria Times
Is made the victim. Tbon John
Sou iton is stniiVd by ihe other clique
of soreheads. Revelstoke as a town.
has nothing to blame but politics for
Its non-success. Rings, factions,
clique-', sorohotuls, etc., aro a nurse to
any town���and Revelstoke has them
all. 	
If ever an international congress did
a wise act it was last week. They
have struck the key-noto in this
instance and the world in general will
commend them for this portion of the
?'esolutionsadopted,rehtiive to mission-1
aries in China: "Religious propaganda should not bo backed by
diplomatic or military force. Europe
should abandon religious protectorate
in China, forcible annexation of Chin-'
eso territory should cease, and alt
missionaries should go to China at
their own risks, etc."
Party politicians are not "necessarily
dirihonest, but they are on the wrong
track, the Topic to tho contrary notwithstanding. Tho poople see no
relief in sight at the hands of either
party, so are striving to elect enough
Labor candidates to wield tho balance
of power. Then tho electors will
govern themselves���not the machine
politicians.
Tho nominee of the Independent
Labor party is a working miner, residing in Kossland. Ho is as fairly
entitled to be judged on hia merits as
either candidate Gallihor or candidate
MacNelll. The platform on which he
stands contains planks that are good
along with others that aro visionary
and Impractical. Christopher Foley,
miner, is now in''"tho 'race.���-Nelson
Tribune.
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your subscription thu Kaglo ceases in fly your
way. imr notice will t." sew vou and If lliuro
Is no rosponso your name will ba cut off. Jt
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business."
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Everything new and up to date
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Gemh) Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
nJhP' Mining men'B headquarters,
Cheerful dining room ; A l service.
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Ferguson, IC.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
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TIIE PIONEER HOTEL OF TIIE LARIlE A
The Bar is supplied with the best brands of;
(Pines, Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial
Men.   Tenderfeet comforted.
Bates 88,00 a day nml upwards.
Ferguson Bros., Proprietors.
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HBADQDARTEBS AT FERGUSON, U. O.
Coiiinicl;.; cntoi'Otl into for pncltlng tit
Mining Supplies, etu., to tttly point
lnlho district'.
Good, prompt service, and any work
undertaken ^uaruiilaod.
Prclfflitinp from Thomson's Landing
to Ferguson a specialty.
S. DANEY, Proprietor.
urn Fade
AND 800 LINE.
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Fast linily Bervico bohyoen  Atlantic and
improved Connecting Service to anil from
Kootenay country.
First (lass Sleeper on all trains item
Arrowhead nnd Kootenay Landing.
Tourlat Cars pass Rovelstoko, dally Ipr ;-'i.
Paul, Fridays for Moiitrctii uiui Bosioii Sun
days and \Vodiiosdayfl for Toronto. Uamp ctirw
priss Medlelne Hut one day later.
For rates, ticket.-! and   full Inforniktion
apply to
j. MoCREEHY, Agent Arrowlijad.
T. W. BRAD8HAW, AM. llevelH Olici
Or to	
\V. F. ANDBBS'ON, T. P. A., Neiaoh, ft. '"���
JS, J. COYLlii Asst. PttBS.Agt., Vancouver, J. C,
. MR. COURSIBI? GOES.
-1*5     IT WAS RIGHT   AND   PROPEB.
The Seniority System Must Prevail
in Our Civil Service.
Aa amioiinee.1 in tlio EAOLE some
weeks ago, exclusively. Floury Noble
Coursier, a political trickster, snake'
in-the-grass, etc., and of late gold
commissioner in (hia division, is to-day
looking for a job. And so he should.
Tho EAGLE has always contended
that the seniority promotion system in
tho civil service should be adhered to.
Somo two years ago a certain gang in
Rovolstoko, known as the "peanutters,"
secured tho appointment of John I).
Slbbald as gold commissioner, when J.
D. Graham resigned to take it fitt job
witli tbo Waverley Minos, (which
shortly afterwards potered out and Mr.
Graham wont back Into the servlco at
Atlin.) Thon upon J. M. Kollie's
election his first duty to the othor
clique, known as the Kootenay Kow
ringsters, was to flro Mr. Slbbald and
placo tho job at tlio disposal of the
man who had the most strings upon
him���Henry Noble Coursier. Mr.
Kellie had promised tho job to Locomotive Foreman C. H. Temple, F. G.
Fauquier, thu rightful claimant and
others, but Mr. Coursier was too
shrewd and foxy to bo outmaneuvered
by a man like Kellie. He got the
appointment; and maybe he was a good
gold commissioner���and so might J.
D. Sibbald havo been. But neither
were ever entitled to the job. And it
is now our member's duty to stop this
peddling government situations and so
bade to the leaving-off place and enact
the only proper system���promotion by
seniority. In this Mr. Taylor has the
people's goodwill if not tbe sorehead
grafters of Revelstoke. F. G. Fauquier
is now promoted from Nakusp to
Revelstoko and Mr. Scott, a-political
opponent of Mr. Taylor's and the
srovorninent, will succeed Mr. Fauquier
The report thot Fred. Fraser, mining
recorder at Revelstoke, is to be fired
and G. E, Grogitn, editor of tho Herald,
putjn his stead, is false. Mr. Fraser
may or may not bo ontitled to Ills job;
but no more ."grafting" goes in this
constituency. From this time forward,
if Mr. Taylor remains in the confidence
of tho electorate as a whole, the civil
service will not bo made a political
peddling proposition. And it was high
time.
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NEVER IN THE HISTORY OF
'strict
HAS THERE BEEN SO MANY MEN EMPLOYED, OR SO MUCH DEVELOPMENT GOING ON.
THE LARDEAU WILL HAVE AT LEAST
ers This Winter
MR. FOLEY'S 1'OI.ITICAL AIM.
1. Freo compulsory education.
2. A legal working day of eight
hours.
3. Govornmont inspection "f all
Industries.
4. The abolition of tlie contract
system on all public works.
5. Tho public"ownership of all franchises, 'such as railways, telegraphs,
waterworks, lighting) etc.
(I. The abolition of Asiatic Immigration, thu application of tho educational test and the abolition of inducements to foreign immigration to settle
in tlie Dominion.
7. The abolition of child labor
under 14 jo..rn of ago.
S. The abolition of the $2:10 deposit
required of candidates for the Dominion house.-
0. Compulsory arbitration of labor
disputes.
10. Prohibition of prison labor in
competition with (rue labor.
11. Compulsory exercise of the franchise.
SCHOOL REPORT.
The following arc tho names of tho
pupils in the various classes arranged
according to merit.
Sen. III.���Ray li. Wilson.
Jr. ill,���Louisa .'.i. Batho, Robert
A. Kirkpatrick,Ethel M. Batho, Percy
M.Wilson,
11. Primer.   Mary (,. Wilson.
I. Primer. - Harry Batho, Clarke W,
Pettiplece. "
Thu following wore neither ab oni
nor late; Hay Wilson, Loul i Batho,
Robert Kirkpatrick, Ethel .:: Ito,
Percy Wilson, Mary Wilson nnd
Harry Batho.
Tlio Mint" Group to Crown Ontnt.
The Minto group, belonging to tho
Duncan River Company, lias had more
than enough work done upon it to
crown grunt all their claims. The
company have shut down with their
working force for thia season, but in
tho early spring they purposo secnrlug
an engineer's examination and purvey.
Then daring the summer they will
push work wii.li all haste- They will
get in their supplies by the Dunoan
river and Spencor City route. Their
property is next lint ono to the woll
known Old Gold group, ON THE WING ITEMS
Good advertising suggestions, like
crying babies, should always be carried
out.
Tho road to ruin is kopt in good
repair at the expense of merchants
who do not believe iu advertising.
Provincial Mineralogist Robertson
has been in the camp for the past
week, a summarized report of which
will appear in our next issuo.
The Labor party of Winnipeg has
arranged to build a 840,000 temple for
themselves and the labor unions. It
vill be completed next year.
Messrs. R. Davis. Andy Edgar and
.Ins. Anderson aro down from tlie Cup
hill, whero they woro fulfilling 11,
Samson's timber and wood contract.
Supt. D. G. McNeill of the Sliver
Cup mine, was in town for a day or
two last week, in company with L.
Didisheim, manager, of Revelstoko.
Wm. Lelper and J. Laing havo
built a neat frame cabin on Lome
avenue, a block directly south of the
E.UiLH oflice. Tho boys will spend the
winter in thc camp.
L. .1. Earhart of Republic, Wash.,
was in the camp last week. He was
much interested in the district and, as
a mining broker, may launch out in his
business here next spring.
R. Davis now has control of thc
Ferguson saw mill. Every foot of lumber cut during Ihe summer has been
sold and used, and the mill is now
running steadily on a new cut.
A. 11. Clubon, a Rossland mining
man, was in town last week, and of
course became a paid-up subscriber to
the EAOLE. Asa consequence he will
become interested in the district.
The trail on this side of Fish creek,
between Thomson's Landing and Camborne, is now completed, much to the
satisfaction of residents of tbo Landing
and interested persons up this way.
C. E. Smttheringale, editor and
manager of the Slocan Drill since its
inception, has purchased the business
from R. T. Lowery, tho hero oi "ten
thousand" printing plants in West
Kootenay.
Tho people's candidato is Christopher Foley of the Rossland miners'
union, win) ut tbe timo lie was informed
or his nomination was at work 400 -feet
underground in the Centro Star mine
at Rossland.
Steve Woods is repairing tlio Hotel
Ferguson main building roof. Good
progress is being made with tlio new
addition, which will bo ready for
occupancy In the course of a couple of
weeks. There will probably be a
" grand opening."
The Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke, has
reverted to a weekly. Two years ago,
in tbat rising city, no less than six
printers woro employed. To-day tho
proprietors are doing thoir own work
on th.. Herald and Mail respectively.
"The growing time."
Tliis. Taylor, M. L. A., has assured
the EAGLE that a wagon road will be
built up thc Nettio L. hill next season.
This work has been duo for two years
and no portion of tlie camp is more
entitled to and as much neglected, in
the past, as the Nettie L. hill.
The following visitors from Lardeau
and neighborhood aro presently guests
at lhe Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium: I. Campbell, Comaplix; Miss
Mablo Thomson, Thomson's Landing;
Hull!. Gunn. Ferguson; I. Kellott,
Arrowhead; W. B. Pool, Nettio L.
mine: Mrs. A. Drew, Camborne.
Win. Schnell, Ferguson's tonsorial
artist, left on Monday for Sandon.
Miss Pearl Thomson of the Landing,
is visiting Miss Alma Thomas of Trout
Lake.
No less than twenty men have gone
out to the Slocan from this camp dur
ing the past week.
Joe Lavore has raised several tons
of vegetables on W. Glenn's farm, in
the valley, this season.
A. G. Fraser, goneral merchant of
Thomson's Landing, is erecting a frame
store building at tbat point.
Wanted���All round printer and
newspaper man, able to take charge if
necessary. Write R. P. Pettiplece,
Ferguson, B. C.
Parmater & Co., real ostate and
mining brokers, is tho registered firm
name of a new business just established
in this rising centre,   See Advt.
All manner of rumors nnd conjectures
aro afloat sinco the visit last week of
C. P. R. Engineer Sullivan. But one
thing seems certain. That railway
will bo built next year���and right to
Ferguson, tho pay roll centre, too.
Great Interest is being taken in the
opening of tho Colville Indian reservation which the U. S. government has
announced will tako place shortly.
The country is said to be of extreme
fertility and a rush similar to that
which took place when Oklohomo was
thrown open to settlement is being
looked for. The reservation 1b in the
northern part of Washington state,
and close up to tho Canadian boundary.
The principal places in the neighborhood are Molson, Chesaw and Bolster
which are within a few miles of the
boundary line, and they are most
easily reached by the Canadian Pacific
Railway's new Boundary Creek
extension to Midway, tho distance
from that point being only 19 miles to
Bolster, 20* to Chesaw and 234 to Molson by a good waggon road. In the
past difficulty has been experienced in
getting freight shipments to those
parts owing to lack of customs facilities, but. this will now be completely
overcome as tho United States
govornmont lias just assigned a
customs ofllcer to Midway to facilitate
the transfer of American freight to
those points.
T.J. Wilson, M.D., CM.
L. R. C. P. & S.   [Queen's University.]
Provincial Coroner, Etc,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ferguson, B. C.
Fred C. Elliott,
BARRISTER, NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.,
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B. C.
Survey, McCarter # Pinkham
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
OFFICES :    REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN.
Solicitors for Imperial Bauk of Canada.
Geo. S. McCarter. J. A. Harvey.
A. M. Pinkham.
White, Gwillim cf Scott,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
OFFICES:   McKENZIEAVENUE,
Revelstoke, B. C.
A.H. Holdich, M.C.M.I.,
AS8AYER AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
Revelstoke, B. C.
WHEN YOU
TO THINK OVER IT
You can easily understand
why so many people in this
district patronize
Lardeau's Leading Store
Methodist Church
Ferguson : Service i:i school houso every
Sunday at 8 p.m    jiinday schoolat2 p.m.
Trout Lake Cit'*. Services In Forrester's
hall every Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
school at 2:;t0p.m.
KEV. S. J. GREEN. Pastor.
S, Shannon,
Assayer and Analytical
Chemist.
OFFICE:    VICTORIAAVIi:., FERGUSON, B, C.
ngTAll kinds of Photographic work done.
Mining properties a sjiecmlty. Local views for
Hale.   Call at office to see .samples.
Ferguson Shaving
Parlor	
Wm. Schnell,
TONSORIAL ARTIST
Al! branches of the tonsorlnl art executed with
ambidexterlons dexterity.
Mining Properties
Reported up by
Parmater & Co.
The Baqle is in receipt of a photo
nf  tbe  Calgary    Herald   mechanical
staff,   Hi miilimont  of   Fred.  S.
fCottloson, ii well known typo in North
Kootonay, The faces aro familiar to
lhe writer, he having served a portion
of bis ilcvilship in tho prairie capital
some eight years ago. To bo sure, the
boy- are all handsome.
Rntwt Gunn, one of the lesseos of
tlie Trlano, is presently enjoying a
holiday at Iho Halcyon Hot Springs,
nlong with. W, 13. Pool of the Nettio
L, The Haloyon Springs Is becoming
a great health resort for mining men,
owing to the groat virtue of its waters
in leriiilicii'inc metallic poisons from
lhe dyi.t"m. induced thero from their
labors in the mines and smelters.
8. .Shannon, B. A., and D.Morgan,
while on their way to Circle City one
day last woek, ran across a medium-
sized black-brown bear on tho green
slide. Needless to Bay, Mr. Shannon
has its pelt stretched and curing in his
wood shed. Mr. Morgan also secured
another i no up Pass creek, near Irs
claims upon which he is to work all
winter, the following day. Bruin
seems to bo rather in evidence In the
district this season.
LAND NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tli.it one month
aftor date I Intend to apply to the Ohio! com-
iiii-sIuiHTol' Lull.Is nnil Works lo riim-linse :Ull
acres of land In tin? District of West Kootonay,
described us follows:  Commencing at n post
innrkt'i] "Jacob Smith's BOUtll-wost curlier,"
placed nn tlio west bunk of the mile west fork
of tho west forlt nf tin; iiiiiii-tm river, about -in
Chains north nf tho innulli nf tin- little west
fork ; tln'i nnrlli lo chains ; thonce east so
cllilitts; thonCQ snlilli 40 chains; tllcnciMvest SO
chains in point nf commencement.
JACOB SMITH.
Ferguson, II.''.. September 2-1, moo.        Hi-m
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS.
Tn   LILLIAN   HOAR,  J.W. Nl. IIIIAIt,   R. s.
WILSON nml 0. II. HOAR!
Tako notlco that we the underslgnod Co-owners with you ol the Jumbo, Florence, Union
.luck, Canadian Boy, Indepcndant ami Parrs-
burn mineral claims, situated nn Ibe south
fork nf ihe Lardeau creek in the Troin Lake
Mining nivisinn nf Wesi Kootenay In the
Provinco nf Hriilsli Columbia, havo porformed
anil recorded the assessment work nii'l iniule
tho expenditure roquirod In be dime mill
rccnriloil nn the above mentioned claims for
the year ISM us well as the veins 18118, I8W nml
ISM under section 2-1 nf the Mineral Act and
the years for which auoli work was perfnnneil
andexpondlturo made having expired wedo
hereby give yuu notice pursuant tu Seelinn 1 nf
ihe Mineral Act Amendment Aet 1900, to contribute ynur proportion nf such expondlturo
for tlio years liereiiiticfnre tnentinneil within
todays of tho first publication hereof.
litite.l nl Truut Lake Ibis 20th day of Soptom-
ber A. II. 1900.
II. Nf. CA RTKR,
.1.1'. KIIIKI'ATUM'K.
3I-iri L. THOMPSON,  fn-Owncrs.
Notice.
NOTICE is HEREBY C1IVEN that (80) thirty
(lays aftor date I Intend applying to Hie Chief
rniiiinissiniiernf l.aiiilsim.l Works fnr li lleeu-e
to ell! and carry away limber from the follow-
lug described lilluls situated   In   Trout   Lake
mining division of West Kootonay!  Common.
liiic ul a pnsl nn Triune creek, a tributary nf
tho soutli fork nl (be Lardeau river; Ihenee
running west ist chains; thence north so
Chains J thence east 128 chains; thence snlilli
80chains 10tlio point uf  nnieueeineiit, eon
Imiii!iil. loco acres moro nr less.
Ferguson, n. 0., Sontombar 12,11100.
���Kim PETEli FERGUSON,
G. FORDDRED
Boot and Shoe Maker
Miners' Shoes a Specialty.
Trout Lake and Ferguson.
A Reliable
Timepiece
If your watch is out of order, needs
cleaning or regulating bring It to me
at once and I'll guarantee its repair.
My shop is in the Eagle bldg.
S. F. W. Gainer.
They get proper goods, proper
prices and proper treatment,
consequently they stick to us.
We can take similar care of vou.
Best and Biggest  Stock of General Merchandise in tho Lardeau.
Bpeelal line of Gents' Furnishings and Boots and Shoes just opened.
McKinnon <l Sutherland.
Post Office Store
FERGUSON, B. C.
THE RAILWAY may not be here, but our Fall and Winter goods
have arrived nevertheless. We have a nicely asssorted stock of Fresh
Groceries, Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Meats. And our Clothing,
Boot and Shoo stock is well worth examining before purobaso elsewhere. Our General Stock is woll "sorted" up and wo can suppl ���
you mostly anything from a needle to an anchor.
SIXTY DAYS SPECIAL SALE: As wo desire to turn most of our
stock into money before another sixty days, special inducements in
prices will be made. If you want anything in our lino it will save
you money to purchase from us.
BATHO & CO.,
General Blacksmithing
and Repair Work	
Prompt ly attended to at moderate rates.
Horseshoeing a specialty.
FKEI). DBSJARDINE.
Imperial Bank
VBaaem^oi Canada.
CAPITAL ACTIIORIZF.il, ��-2,500,00O.00.
CAPITAL PAID UP . . 12,458,608.00.
REST      11,700,000.00.���
General Hanking business Transacted
Interest allowed on deposits in Savings
Depart ment at current rates.
A. R. bThEARN,
MANAGER REVELSTOKE BRANCH.
Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai after one
month I Intend tn apply to ihe Chief Comrolf
sinner of Lands nnd Works 10 purotuue so
acres ul land In the District ol West Konlenay,
Bltuated on tho west side nf llunciin river
Immediately north ul tlio mnuth ol .McDonald
creek and inure imrtlculnrly dcscrlhcil as fol.
Iowh ; Commencing at a post marked "II. M.
('Uriel's U.K. Corner," thence west to chains,
thence north 20 elm ins, thence east 10 cnalns,
Ihenee soulli ai chains tn the nolntof com-
inolice-inent.
Dated at Trout Lnko this 11th day of September, A. D. 1900. r
29-32                                 II. M. CARTER,
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Try
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All Lardeau's leading hotels handle It.
Manufactured by the ,-
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Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   .   .
ARROW LAKES, B. C.
Tho moBt complete resort on the continent
of North America. Situated midst scenery
unrivalled for grandeur. Boating, fishing
and excursions. Resident physician and
nurse, in telegraphic communication with
all parts of the world. Two mails arrive and
depart everv day. Its baths cure all nervous
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kidney, liver and stomach ailments. Its
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|18 per week, according to residence In hotel
or ylllM. ,
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