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VOL. III. NO. 31.
S2.00 A YEAR.
A Eeview of the Work Done���The
Neoesaity of Better Transportation Facilities.
The Old Gold camp is a portion of
this district which has beon attracting
no little attention both locally and on
the outside during the past four or five
years. The various companies operating on properties over there have had
many ups and downs, but.their persistent efforts seem likely to be rewarded
in the course of another year at most.
The Old Gold property in particular
has had a great deal of development
work done upon It, with remarkable
results. The test shipment now being
made by tlie company is not so much
with tbe expectancy of securing net
returns as to fully determine to its
shareholders what results might be
expected had thoy cheaper transportation facilities and the government a
market for silver and lead provided.
Though unnecessary to give tbe
location of, and record of the work
done oo, the Old Gold camp for local
purposes, tho Eagle will review the
season's progress for the benefit of its
interested outside readers. Tlie properties 'generally spoken of as comprising the Old Gold camp are tbe
following groups: Old Gold, Primrose.
Guinea Gold and Lardo-Duncan. These
properties aro situated on what is now
known as Westfall creek, a tributary
to the Little West Fork of Duncan
rivor, just over tbe lirst summit range
eaBt of Ferguson. The camp is easily
reached from here," its present supply
point, by a good trail up the north fork
to Circle City, and from there up to tho
summit and over, a distancoof probably
12 milos���when you walk. Onco tbe
cabins aro reached thero is always
ample provision mado by the officials
for both man and beast. One is
tempted to believe that thc scenic
grandeur presented in this beautiful
valley would sustain llfo in itself, but
tho appetite acquired in crossing tho
summit somowhat changes this belief.
Tlio Oltt Until Oroup.
This group is comprised of tho Silver
King, Silver King Fraction, Silver
Queen and the V. M. W., lying on tho
western slope of ihe valley. We first
visited the reeont discovery on the V.
M. W. and saw the markings of azurite
along tho face of the wall which
attracted tbo attention of tbo management to it. Operations were commenced this spring nnd in a short time 8
inches of galena oro was exposed. The
vein hero is uncovered for a considerable length, which is now being
broken down and sacked. About 200
feet below or lower down hill Is tbo
long tunnol crosscut 20�� ft. In lengthen
which a fine body of Dre was exposed
last year. Drifts aro run on the vein
northwest and south' i^t some distance,
leaving tho oro bod;, .place as In the
upper workings. The vein, where
Intersected, Is 7 ft,, wide, having from 1
to 2 ft. of solid medium-sratio oro with
5 ft. of concentrating ledgo matter,
Tho walls are perfect, tho foot especially so, being a sllckensldo and
beautifully marked. Again about 200
ft. below tho tunnel spoken of abovo,
No. II tunnel Is being extended and is
In about 100 ft, Whon this tunnel
intersects tbe vein and is connected
with tho upper levels tho Old Gold
should be a permanent shipper, other
conditions being equal. Certainly
every indication at the surface and
below ground denotes great possibilities for the future of the property.
But of course the lack of proper transportation facilities and tbe uncertainty
of the lead market are none too
encouraging features at present. This,
the Eagle hopes, our provincial
government will soon ovorcomo hy
establishing a refinery in the Kootenays.
Lying to the northwest and adjoining
the Old Gold is tho Mountain Lion
Mining Go's, property.
Tho Guinea Gold Group. if
The Guinea Gold Mining Co's Is a
continuation on tbo Old Gold led'ge to
thc southeast, comprised of fourclalms,
tho Silver Loaf No. 1, Silver Leaf No.
2, Silver Leaf No. 3 and the Dora. On
the Silvor Loaf No. II a crosscut tunnel
Is run 180 ft, and it appears  to be
netiring the vein, as exposures of
mineral and many quartz stringers are
seen in tho face of tho tunnel. At tho
surface tho vein is uncovered forl80 ft.
in length, and is 5 ft. wido, showing
solid ore 10 inches wide. A good trail
from tho Old Gold cabin leuds up. to
tbe workings.
The Primrose Group,
Sidelining the Guinea Gold on the
west is the Primrose Co's property,
four claims, on whieh a crosscut tunnel
is run 300 ft. to catch the chute of ore
seen on tho surfaco above,but up to tho
present there is no ov& body available.
However, tho work will be continued
later on ; but at present the company
have something which is of more
immediate interest to them on the
opposite side of tbe hogsback upon
which it is located. Here J. W. West-
fall made an important discovery late
last season and the foreman, Jacob
Schmidt, is much pleased with the
results 60 far obtained this season.
Next season, the Eagle believes, will
seo the Primrose producing ore.
Lnrilo-Duiicun Group.
This group is a continuation on the
Primrose ledge, northwest, sidelining
the Old Gold and comprising three
claims. On the property a drift is run
on the vein about 100 ft., showing good
ore values for the whole of the distance
and improving with depth obtained.
What seems to be necessary to make
ail these groups of claims valuable, is
rapid development, which, witli the
better transportation facilities near at
hand, will make mining hero more
The s. s. Revelstoke Now Building at
Nakusp, to Ply on the Columbia
River Above Revelstoke.
The s. s. Revelstoke would have been
completed oro this time and launched
on tho river if all tbe material had
beon forward. The lumber comes from
Now Westminster and tho machinery
from Toronto. None of the machinery
has arrived and the delivery of tho
lumber is so slow that a full gang is not
working on the boat. It is being built
in the C. P. It. yard and by the 6ame
carpenters that build and repair the C.
P. R. boats. The C. P. R. have placed
all their appliances at the service ol
the owners of the s. s. Revelstoke.
Thomas T. Bulger, C. P. R, shipwright, has charge of tho construction
Presently he has a gang 'of 13 men
working on tlie boat, which could be
easily increased to 25 if all tho material
was forward. Operations aro retarded
for the w'ant of lumber. Within
three woeks she would bo out of her
stays If there was no delay In furnishing the matorlul. As it is, construction
is well advanced,. Tho boat is now in
frame. The keelsons nro laid and one'
fourth of tho hull finished. Ths boat
is being built expressly for freighting
purposes, and thero will be nn uccomo
datlou for passengers. The only
accomodation will be for tho ofHcors
and crow. The crow will be seven or
nine all told, Including captain, mate,
pilot, engineer and dock hands. She
will bo capable of carrying 125 tons of
freight and will draw ?0 Inches of
water. Her length Is 125 feet with an
average breadth of about 25 feet. The
dlamoter of hor driving wheol whioh Is
fitted with 15 paddles, is IU feet. Tho
engines are being made in Toronto and
are claimed to possess two high pressure cylinders, and to glvo a stroke of
five feet. The boiler, It Is stated, will
carry up to 200 lbs. pressure of steam
to the square inch. The frame of the
vessel Is composed ol natural crooks
and therefore not liable to breakage.
One special feature of the vessel is thc
powerful steam capstan she will possess, which is essential for the turbulent waters that slip will navigate, and
where touago will bo necessary in
ascending some of the rapids. If the
material comes quickly forward thore
Is no reason why the Revelstoke should
not make her maiden voyago before
the fall ends.
She would bo a vory useful boat bo-
twoen Thomson's Landing and
Arrowhead when tu��t engaged up the
river, '
Large Galena Ore Bodies as Well as
Huge Gold Values.��� The Patent
Need of Trunk Trails.
Chanbhook, B. C, Sept. 2.���I beg
to thank you for tho assistance you
have given us through your paper
towards getting tho trail finished up
Fish river above Camborno. The trail
is for tbe beneiit of all tlio claims on
the east side of Fish river, also up
Boyd creek, and will do away with the
fianger of crossing that stream. I and
my co-owners have a showing tbat is
alone worth putting the trail through
to. Goo. Goldsmith* Thus. Baylor,
and I own four claims, about two miles
below Boyd creelc. They continence at
the level of Fish ereek aud run over
tho hill. Wo have a 40 ft. ledgo holding its width and traceable for 1000 ft.
with solid galena to no end. An assay
of this ore by tho Trail smelter went as
follows: 24 ozs. silver, 03 por cent
lead, 4 per cent iron, 15 per cent silica
and a trace in gold and zinc. I consider W9 have a property that will give
a smelter, when established, something
to do, and whon the lead market picks
up again wo have a most desirable
proposition. Wc aro also interested i n
the Scout group, on the same mountain,
which is looking very well. Our
galena will average 00 ozs. silver and
00 per cent lead, with from $2 to $0 in
gold; with a load 10 ft. wide, well
mineralized. Thero is also a second
strong lead running through tiie property catrying copper and gold values,
from which wo had 6 per cent, copper
and $3 gold from an assay taken at
surfaco. Wo aro now in about 25 ft. on
tho galena lead and still In carbonates.
Tho gold values in tbe Fish creek
eamp are attracting world-wide attention, but I'll take oven chances on tbe
silver-lead properties in the long run.
We have dono about $400 worth of trail
work on our own hook and would havo
dono more had tho government built
the main trail. Again thanking you
for the attention and help you have
given the Fish creek camp, and tho
wholo district generally, as I notice
your paper is copied from In all tho
mining papers I read, I remain, John
opened up tlieir prospects in the face of
dlllictilties and camo up smiling after
every throwdown and misfortune. None
will say that the boys have not earned
the good things that tho turn of the
wheol has brought them this year."
The Beatrioe Freed From Litigation and Work Is To Be
As announced in tho Eagle last
week Frank Fullmer has secured a
bond on his co-owner's interests, two-
thirds, In thu Beatrioe mine on tho
summit at tho head of Goal oreek. {Mr.
Fullmer Is now having cabins built and
supplies taken in and expect.', to mako
-ogular Shipments of oro during tho
winter. At present the property will
be worked from tlio 'Fish ereek slope,
but ns soon as advisable Mr, Fullmer
Intends to drive a long tunnel from
this side, aftor which the ore will be
rawhlded down Goat creek to Ferguson
and thon haulod to Trout Lake for
water und rail shipment. Tho Beatrice
has been the subject of much litigation
foracouplo of years, but everything
has beou satisfactorily arranged now,
and work will continue twelvo months
it year hereafter. This news will he
received with a deal ol satisfaction in
the camp, as tho Beatrice working
force will help to swell tho permanent
pay roll and the regular shipments of
$100 ore, noft will do much to further
attract the retention of tho railway
authorities and the investing public
Speaking of the recent good fortune
of tho Lade brothers, aftor producing
the Eagle's report of tbeir rooent discovery on Triuno ereok, the Silvertonlan says: "When fickle fortune smiles
on ono she grows lavish in her favors
and showers her gifts In a bewildering
sequence. The Lade boys spont several
years in hard work waiting to mako a
strike; prospecting in summer, working
for a grub Btako during tho winter
months, the; pushed their fortunes,
Mrs. W. M. Lawrence and Miss
Rhoda Woodward, who have been In
the camp for tho past fow days, soliciting subscriptions towards the Revelstoke general hospital to be built there
at onee and placed under the auspices
of Lfidy Minto's Victorian Order of
Nurses, returned to Revelstoke on
Tuesday morning. They secured $100
at Trout Lako and about $250 in Ferguson, for which they have asked the
Eagle to heartily thank the contributors and tiiey promise that when tho
Lardeau Miners' Union builds a
hospital In Ferguson next spring
Revelstolcers will reciprocate if given
an opportunity.
Broken Into in the No. 3 Tunnel at
the   Triune   Mine   ou
D. R. Wllkte, general manager ot
the Imperial Bank of Canada, has been
paying the western cities and branches
a visit. Although quite a young man
Mr. Wilkio is regarded as one of the
leading financiers of Canada and it is
largely through his .ITorts that the
Imperial bank lias attained such a
large measure of prosperity and success. Ho is the one bank manager
who favors tho establishment of a mint
in Canada.
A 20-Ton Shipment Will Be Made
at Once���Work Will Be Continued All Winter.
Tlie well known Black Wari'lot'group,
owned by Tom Horn, and located in
McDonald creek basin, up the north
fork, has beon taken bold of by Chas.
W, McCrossan of Minneapolis on a
$50,000 bond. A force of ton or twelve
men under Tom Horn will ho put on on
Monday next. Cabins will be built, and
supplies takun in for the winter. A
shipment of 20 tons will bo made yet
this season. Tbe Black Warrior is
considered locally to he ono of tho biggest silver-lead propositions in tlio
country. A review of property will appear in next issue of tho EAGLE.
A sitting of the full assizes takes
place in Revelstoko on October 12th.
S. Snaunon returned from the Black
Warrior group on Tuesday evening.
Good'progress is being made with
tho contract on the Triune Fraction.
There is really no tolling what may
happen In the provincial arena during
tlie coming weok.
For Sale���Two choice lots opposite
Miss Davis' property on corner Vielt-
cr's street and Eagle avenue. Crock
running in front of them. Prlue $200
Terms to suit purchaser. Apply at
onco at the EAQLE office.
Another torrlble wreck on tho 0. P.
R. occurred near Rush lnko on tho
prairie last Friday, us ar. indirect
result of the recent strike. The Imperial Limited dashed over a spread
rail and latest reports say that twelve
poople are seriously Injured, some of
whom may dio at the Medicine Hut
hospital where they are uow confined.
R. Davis, who has had chargoof tho
local saw mill for thc past serson,
loaves for Revelstoko on Saturday to
accept a position with the Big Eddy
saw mill just built there, and in which
ho is interested. James Anderson,
who has been with Mr. Davis hero all
summer, will have charge of tho mill
hereafter, and from the number .of
orders on hand will have a good cut
yot this fall.
If all tho gold and silver coin in tho
United States woro piled in one big
pile, together with all tho gold and
silver certificates, thore would not bo
enough to buy the stock and bonds of
the United States Stool corporation.
The capitalization of this eoncorn is
ono billion threo hundred million dollars. Tho coin, gold and silver,
inoludlng gold and silver certificates,
lack a few millions of reaching that
Andrew Ferguson came down from
the Triune mine on Tuesday evening.
He reports that they have just broken
Into a foot of solid ore, specimens of
whieh contain lots of grey copper. This
is at a deptii of about 150 feet, the tunnel being in about 107 feet. They intend to drive 10 feet more on tbe ore,
when they will raise to the upper workings and block out ore. The oro below
Is good for $200 net to the ton, and
though the carbonates are scarce, there
is the same kind of iron ns is found in
the Silver Cup which runs somo $30 to
$40 in gold. Assays are being obtained
from S. Shannon, B. A. Encouraged
by such success the Ferguson brothers
have all but decided to start a long
base tunnel some 300 feet bilow No. 3,
which would enable them to work tho
property all winter and acquire a great,
depth. Tho EAGLE believes that it can
snfely say tho Triune is tho biggest
high-grade silver-lead-gold proposition
ever unearthed ui Canada or perhaps
the world. It is worth anyone's time
to visit it, and the Eagle will be thoro
Art. Johnson of the Revelstoko
Herald, who paid tbo Triune a visit last
week, concludes a write-up of what ho
saw in theso words:
'There is sufficient ore in sight today in the Triune to mako tlie owners
rich men and tlio Herald man cau well
understand why the Messrs Ferguson
have refused so many tempting cash
offers for their property, They do not
nocd to sell as tho ore is there and rich
enough to stand the shipping even by
pack train and wagon 22 miles to the.
Landing. There are now about 20 mon
employed on the work and Andy Daney
with his big pack train is kept busy-
taking thc oro out for shipment. Fifteen tons are now at the Landing and
the balance of a carload will be ou;
and shipped to Trail tbis week. Seeing
is believing and after a visit to the
property ono can easily understand the
Lardeau old timers wben they assert
that the Triune contains the richest
body of galena ore iu British Columbia
W. B. Fool has somo excellent
specimens of free-milling gold quartz,
taken out of tho lower workings on thc
Lado group last Sunday. A vest
pocket shipment would he acceptable
at this office. Tho puro gold visible
actually holds tho quartz together
whon broken.
Installation of a System in Ferguson Will be Commenced
This Week.
It appoars that Ferguson is yot tn
havo a waterworks systoiu Installed
beforo winter sets iu. Engineer .1. L.
Stamford promises the Eagle that
within a week dirt will be Hying. Mr.
Stamford, and Frank Seaman,, the proposed contractor, havo sized up the
ground, taken their levels ant! ordered
the piping by wire. Tlie water supply
will bo taken from Alpha crook, just
west of tho townsite, and a dam will bo
built sufficiently high up to give thc
necessary pressure. Six-inch mains,
and four-inch branch pipe will bo used.
Property owners will only havo to connect with a pipe on the street as the
company will extend branch pipes to
ouch streot as required. Tbo company
will keep a supply of piping, etc., on
hand so that water consumers will only
havo to give their orders and pay the
price. The company's plumber will do
tho rest. At present a Nelson syndicate
is handling the proposition both here
and at Trout Lako, but a joint stock
company will bo organized later. Tho
provision for flro protection thus
afforded will bo much appreciated iu
Ferguson, not to mention tho modem
requirements ol any pretentious mining town.
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column itu'li par month. Legal mis. il'cunts
nor (nonparicfj lino for Ural Itisortion; Sconta
' u'liiu'li mill in,nml insertion. Roading notice,
: i (nit* por Duo oaoh Issuo. Ninety tfay legal
liutlcM, ��1D; sixlv iliiv.,, .���7..M): tliirlviliiv.s"',.
M, arte uocoptotl at loss thim full rules.
subscription Ratosi By moll or currier. 12.00
i ,r ntiniiin ; fl.oit fur six months. Tn foreign
Kiltlrpssea *&6o,  stopped at oxplratfou.
.lob Printing : Tho Eaglo job dopartmont ts
tlio boat otiuipnod offloo tn North Kootonay,
ami la prepared tooxooutoall kinds of printing
������ '. llOllOSt prices.
Address all cninuiuniciitioiis tn
The long spell of perfect weather
which prevailed throughout the
inter or during the months of July
and August has been broken and a
gentle   reminder   sent   forth    that
The Eagle has entered upon a] Probably as an indirect result of
campaign for doubling its circula- the strike, whereby the maintenance
tion.    Printed  circulars,  envelopes  ot the C.   P.   R.   was  grossly ne-
and blank forms to lie returned to
this office with an enclosure will be
mailed free to any address handed
us by persons knowing of others
who might be interested in this
camp. If each of our present subscribers will secure one more paid-
up reader our object will be
accomplished and the camp will be
benefited by that much more publicity. "Publicity is the greatest
moral force in the universe," Printer's ink distributed from the
Eagle oflice will do much to bring
the natural resources, the opportunities for investment, and the
steady progress and development
being made in this camp to the
front. Help the Eagle to help
Like other camps, Slocan is
afflicted with the "knocker," and
the district is suffering in consequence, says the Slocan Drill.
Some   men   cannot bear   to see   a
the wintry blasts o'er the ice-bound j neighbor   make   a   deal  and   will
stimm ts are just as  rigid as ever.' endeavor to queer   everything  in
anxiety to sluff off their own prop
erty. It is a short-sighted policy
and  is retarding  the  development
The mountain peaks and summits
round and about us are again snowcapped, which reminds us  that the     __^^^__
seasons are growing  no longer and 'of the country.    Every sale made
glected, the company have lost one
of the best officials in their service
and E. J. Duchesnay, assistant
general superintendent, his life,
while a widow and family remain to
mourn their loss. Mr. Duchesnay
carried more knowledge of the Paci
ftc division around in his head than
the company will be able to replace.
He was killed by a falling rock in a
burning tunnel while on duty. He
was a man respected by all, and was
never too busy to pass the time of
day with the meekest of men. The
Eagle can heartily join with Mr.
Duchesnay's many acquaintances
in the Lardeau in extending their
sympathy to the bereaved family.
The "Copy" bas been in the hands of
tho lithographers foi' three weeks now,
and the maps are expected here daily.
Send in your order now.
LARDEAU \ s=s$i.oo^EACHmn.ooy^EAciiz^:
Orders already received  will  be tilled
promptly upon receipt of maps.
the prospector must soon make a
sluff for a winter's grubstake. A
few weeks more will see snow in
ihe valleys and many properties
settling down to work for the winter's ore output, which will exceed
all previous records this winter so
far as this district is concerned.
The camp has not been overburdened with the presence of investors,
but a number of properties have
been bonded on working terms, and
considering the silver-lead market
and the absence of a progressive and
responsible government, and the
non-completion of our railway,
there has been much progress made.
The wheels of time slowly roll
around and at each turn the Lardeau grows in development. ' To
those who could eke out a living
here a few years ago the present
state is easy street. Very few men
will have to leave the camp this fall
to seek work elsewhere for the winter. All things considered, particularly from this town's point of view,
there is no complaint to offer. True
many of us have been disappointed
in not seeing more people come in,
but we are not alone by any means
on this score. This is a big
country and time alone will bring
about its proper development. Al
any rate the average man hates a
kicker, so that we will accept the
many many good points discernahle
and leave the drawbacks for the
future to solve.
Joseph Martin we we must doff
out hat to you. You may have all
the faults and amb tions attributed
to you ; but there is no pipe dream
encourages some other investor and
claim-holders will get their turn in
time. Jealousy has been the ruin
of many a camp, but it ought not lo
be allowed to do an injury here. II
a man cannot say a good word for
another's claim, he should have
gumption enough to keep his face
clo-ed. The knocker knocks
another's deal and gets knocked
himsell in turn.
If two parties have a dispute
about property, the courts arbitrate
the matter and the parties to the
affiiir must abide by the decision,
whether they like it or not. But
when a great corporation on the
one hand ar.tl workers on the other
bave a dispute the fogies say that
thc courts have no jurisdiction to
adjust the matter, but should stand
to one side and see fair play only
and let them fight it out if it turns
the country into insurrection and
possibly civil war! Compulsory
arbitration is all right where property is concerned���but where men
are concerned���that's different!
Men are not worthy Ihe attention of
a court ! They are only playthings
for rich private owners.
"Eastern people have got a
severe shaking up through the
flotation of wildcat mining companies and through lhe mismanagement of companies that were not
wildcats, and it will take some
time for these people to regain
sufficient confidence in mining to
make new ventures ; but there is
yet much idle capital in the east
that can  be secured for investment
labor troubles aud other dillicultie.
are adjusted. Good times ate coming and the only thing needed is
patience and a stiff upper lip," says
the Nelson Tribune. This is
consoling at least.
concerning your redoubtable tenac|jn British Columbia once existing
ity. And if it it wasn't that we need
more business and less politics in
this province we would accept you
ns the daddy politician of them all.
In the face of rapidly changing
events comment would be superfluous. There is no government.
There is no policy. There is no| T,,e travelling panorama, the
leader. There is no two represen-, Ro>'al Party> wi" soon have crossed
tatives in the house who can bury the Dominion, and as an exhibition
the tomahawk long enough ,���'of "what fools we mortals be" will
formulate a much-needed panacea be unparalleled in history. Just how
for the conditions existent in this tho Duke wil1 ac1uire an estimate
province. Wero it not for the of the Pc��Ple '" Canatia is more
unlimited and wonderfully rich tnan tllc Kagle can understand,
natural resources of Ais province, since such sil|y nonsense is carried
it would be bankrupt long ago. on before him. It must be painful
When we can make such progress't0 the Duke, but no more so than
with an incompetent board of jto the averaSe c't'zen oi Canada,
directors as a millstone, it gives one
Never before was there so many
men working on the mining proper
ties in this district. Nor has the
outlook for the winter ever been
brighter. No further evidence of
our mineral resources should be
necessary, when we can make such
strides of progress in the lace of a
demoralized silver-lead market, no
railway (though now under con
struction), and 'he general depression said' to exist in other camps in
the province. The Lardeau appears
to be the best camp in the province
at present. Under anything like
favorable conditions, with a capable
and progressive government, she
would fairly hum.
All Canada will be grieved to
learn of the attempted assassination
of President McKinley last Friday
at the Pan-Amhrican grounds, hy a
fool anarchist named Leon Czolgosz
of Detroit, who fired two shots
which may yet prove fatal. This
means ol squelching tyranny is nonsensical, but may be expected
hereafter in the United States,
where industrial wars are continually raging, with no government
dividing a means to settle the disputes. "I would rather be a dead-
broke printer than president of the
United States."
With the Silver Cup, Cromwell,
I, X. L., Triune Fraction, Triune,
Ophir-Lade, J. C, Nettie L., Lone
Star, Sunset, Metropolitan, Black
Warrior, Old Gold camp, Baltimore
and Brooklyn, Beatrice, American,
Ruffled Grouse and other Lardeau
properties all working and employing men, besides dozens of privately
worked prospects, and ore shipments of several hundreds of tons
being made, or in sight for the
winter; along with the local bu lding,
and business activity, there is no
particular kick coming with the Lardeau's progress.
It is predicted, and not without
sound cause, that a financial deficit
of over $1,000,000 will confront the
province when the new minister ol
finance, Mr. John D. Prentice,
presents his first budget. For a
business" government the Duns,
muir outfit rank high, too high in
the opinion of most men who give
any attention to public affairs.
Inland Sentinel.
Everybody  Our Special
smokes     AND	
-   The Union
They arc all Union made aud of tlio
best Havana Tobacco money can
buy. Try ono and satisfy yourself
as to their quality,
Union Cigar
Co., Revelstoke.
|)Af*,ihi)0**|**,i%-*li>f*|*|   ^,A   AAA*****    ���
;e union- t    There are Cheap
'���  CIGARS- I   Union-Made Ciga
f I , ,..+
and Good
garg, but the
��-���>�� �������+
Enterprise and Selkirk
some idea of what might reasonably
be expected  under good manage-
According to the Mail a central
post office is to beestablished in Rev-
ment. But the game of politics I elstoke, with Alex. McRae as
goes merrily on, Will some one j postmaster, and B. R. Atkins is
kindly  turn a black-jack and take | furnishing the building.    And there-
the deal. The electors will cut the
cards, and quit drawing tn sixteen ;
else we go busWd again;
by hangs a tale. Both the old
postmasters have been overlooked.
Great is the grafter's reward,
Mining men engage their
crews at Ferguson, and
pay them off in Ferguson.
Tho place where the mines
are is the place where the
towns are	
Ferguson receives the pay
roll benefit from all the
shipping mines	
Smoke Cigars
And at all times insist on the
box boaring THE blub label.
It helps manufacturers to see tho force
of paying fair and honest wages.
Tub Label committee, 0, M. I. U.
Brands, manufactured by the Enterprise
.4- Cigar Co., Rovelstoke, is   ' ' '
4 tlie province
^. ....... *-��-*-��f- Cigar Co., Rovelstoke, t�� urieqiialed in -f ��-*-������ ��-��^*-��-*-**4
,^n    n,r-,uc    I   For sale by Ferguson's Loading Hot,
AKE    CIGARS.   J Ask Ior them.
�� ���� f<> ���-������<������-����������������������
Ask for our ���  ���
Popular Brands:
Fenton's Choice
U and I ��� ��� ���
Nation's Pride ���
Canada's Own ���
Moss Hose ��� ���
Silver Spray    ���
XJnion-M ade
Manufactured by the Oo'isurnrtV Tobacco Company, Limited,
successors to Wagncr-I'Vnion Tobacco Co , LeuraiuKion, Ont.
HTARKEY & Co., NHsr.n, H.O., Agents Tor tho Kootenays
Sold hy GEO. II. BATHO & CO., Forffuson, It. C.
California "Wine Co., Limited.
Nelson, B. C.
Agents for Calirnry Peer,
NO. 4 K. W. <;. BLOCK, NELSON, IL C.
Gold, Silver-Lend and Copper Mines wanted al tha EX1HANGE. KilKE
MILLING   OOLD  properties   wanted  at mice  ior   Eastern   Investors.
Parties liavln;,* mining property For Sale nre requested to send samples
of their ore to the KXOHANGE for exhibition.
All sainnles should be sent by express prepaid. Correspondence
solicited. 'Address all communication to
I'. O BOX700,      NELSON, B, C,
Edison    Phonographs    and    Records,    Quaker
Vapor Baths.    Clothing, etc., Cleaned and Dyed.
J. W. BENNETT, Revelstoke Station, B. C.
I Hotel Perguson
The bar is supplied with (he best brands o]
(Pines, Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial
Men.   Tenderfeet comforted.
Hate. 019.00 a day and upward..
Ferguson Bros., Proprietors.
The King's Hotel
r Newly Built
Newly Furnished
Three   Storeys   High
Best and Biggest Stock
of Wines, Liquors
and Union-Made
Cigarsinthe Lardeau
Well Lighted, Furnace
Victoria Afcme, East,
Ferguson, B. C.
$$t S-8HSH&$ 8HSk^.$*{hHh${-$hN!hJs JSHJHMif-^
Hotel Lardeku
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
HEADQUARTERS JOB MINERS                            , $?
Some men can only iihinlc of the
jjooil turns tbey huvo done for another.
Bojviii'o of tho knocker. If he hasn't
already run you up against a wildcat,
lie intends to.
It can't bo very woll Baid lhat Joseph
Martin can disturb tho confidence of
capitalists In this province.
Tho Hon. Carroll 1). Wright places
tho number of Idle men in tho United
StateB who are willing to work at H,-
The Union Label
On everything yon buy is a guarnntco
that the producers thereof receive a fair
rate of wages for its production.
It's a wonder mon like Bernard McDonald and his hireling C. A. Gregg,
who so dislike tho lawsof this country,
wouldn't got out of it. The country
would bo none tho worse.
Sweden has a new political party
with some radical views���for that
country. This isi tho first political
party in that country since tho days of
tbo "Hats and Caps" which was destroyed in 1772.
A move is on foot, says a dispatch, to
consolidate till the different denominations of tho Methodist church.
Consolidation is in the air, but what
will become of all the extra preachers
who will bo out of a job if tho deal
goes through ?
Those simple old souls who tell you
that tho Bible supports thn private
property idea, should bear in mind
that before the black man was freed, it
was preached from tho pulpit thai
slavery was a divine Institution and
supported by tbe Bible. Ethical
standards change as nations and people
got a glimpse of that bettor way and of
grander ideals.
"That which gives rise to sncloty is
our inability to satisfy onr own desires, and tho neod wo h:ive for a large
number of things. Thus necessity
having compelled mon to combine with
one another, society is established for
the sake of mutual assistance, de
gives to another what he bas In return
for what he has not. only because ho
believes it will ho to his advantage."���
Why do socialists believe in the pub
lie ownership and management of railways? Becauso thoy know that with
the railways in thc hands of the nation
(1) tbey might be made a groat blessing to all by low fares and rapid and
punctual trains; (2) our trade and commerce might bo immensely developed
by low freights and a properly organized goods service; (3) tho wages of the
f>00,000 railway servants might bo
raised and thoir hours shortened, and
many of tho deaths and terrible accidents among them prevented; (4) the
profits could go to reduce taxation (say)
on tea, coffee, cocoa, sugar, etc , or
might bo spent in providing butter edu>
cation or other public benefits.
Tho capitalists of New Zealand and
tlieir friends everywhere aro opposed
to tbe labor and other oconomic
legislation of that country, becauso it
will teach tho laboring people some
things that they otherwise would not
ltnow. Tho capitalistic press of England has taken up tho matter and ti eats
It as a failure. Tho fact that it does
thlB is ampin proof nf Its success, so far
as tho common poople are concerned.
The plutocratic prjjgg is repoating these
articles from tho rich press of England.
All the same, Now Zoaland Is going to
the front, aud Is now attracting that
attention from the working people of
tho world that America attracted a
fow years ago, and which so shook
A recent visitor to tho camp tells tbe
following Btory : I. B. Fleishman, the
woll known travelling jeweler, of
Jewish donominatinn, happened to bo
at the Glacier House, on the C. P. R,
main lino, when Lord Aberdeen was
visiting that populur summer resort
for a fow days. It was Sunday morning
and His Highness, as usual, was preparing to (hold religious service in a
spacious portion of tho hotel annex.
With a huge bible nnder his arm he
was strolling up and down the sidewalk
along the boulevard, and purchauco
met Mr. Fleishman. "Good morning
Sir," politely addressed His Honor,
"we are going to hold service this
morning and would be pleased to have
you join us." Mr. Fleishman hesitated; "Ngh !"said ho shaking his head,
"too many of my enemies over thore."
"But," ropliodHIs Highness, "Christ
our Saviour preached and went among
His enemies, did he not?" "And doy
didn't do a ting to Him eidor, did
they ?"
Fred C. Elliott,
SL^i^s^J^ ^-dtJU* j4t,Ai> *��^U4*
Ferguson, B. C.
United Hatters of North America
the United IIniters
of North America.
When you are buying a PUH HAT,
I'itncr soft or stiff,
sou to it Unit tho
genuine UNION
Label is sewed in It.
If ii retailer hns
loose Itihcls In his
possession and offers to nnl one In a
hat for yon, do not
. patronize him. He
lins not anv nctit io tmve loose labels. Loose
labels in retail stores are counterfeits. Do nut
listen to any explanation as to why the inu
lias no label, Tiie Clenulno Union Label is
perforated on tho four edges exactly tho Bame
as a postage stamp, Counterfeits ar* sometimes perforated on three of tlie edges, and
sometimes) only on two. Keep a sharp lookout
for tlie counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers aro using them In order to get rid of
their scab-made hats. The John B. Stetson
Co, and Ifenrv H. Itoolofs & Co., both of Philadelphia, I'a., arc non-union concerns,
john A. MOFFITT, President,
Orange, N. J.
11 7��7 Bedford Ave.,Brooklyn, N.Y.
Harvey, McCarter $ Pinkham
Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada,
Geo. S, McCarter. J. A, Harvey.
A. M. Pinkham.
1   1   1   1   1
1    i    i    1    1
Tiies., Timr.,Sat.,
Lake Serviee.
Lardo T����,Tj,ui'.,s.t,
J.M.Scott, B.A.,L.L.B.
Revelstoke, B. C.
Lardeau Miners' Union J[o.
119, W. F. ofM.
Meets every Saturday evening "at 8 o'clock,
In tho Eagle halt, Ferguson. IL C.   Visiting
members cordially invited,
President.       Recording Secretary.
Sash and Doors
I am agent for .
I an: prepared to  fill ordeis for
any description   or quantity   of l.
Lumber   on the  shortest notice.   R
Sawyer Bros.'  v*
Sash and Door��� y
R. Davis, Prop.      -****��* ~      ��� fc
A FergUSOn Saw Mill !    and will be pleased to fill orders.   R
jw^w-r^r w^r >r^r **'^r >*e^r *r k
Packing and
Ferguson Packing and
Transfer Outfit.
Geo. W, Corey, R. Lyman, Jr., U.S., E.M.,
Mining Engineer. Mcmb.A. I.M.E,
Corey $ Lyman,
Mining Engineers.
I.iirdeau properties managed,
reported upon.    rCigUSOU, B. 6.
T. R. Daveg,
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Contracts entered into for packing of Mining Supplies, etc., to any
point in the distriot.
Good,  prompt  service, and  any  work  undertaken  guaranteed.
Freighting  Irom  Thomson's  Landing  to Ferguson a specialty,
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C. "***j**f S. Daney, Proprietor.
Methodist Church
Ferguson i Service* n Eagle hull every
Sunday at :! p.in    olintlay school at 2 p.m.
Trout Luke Cif . Services in Forrester's
hall every -.iiidny ut 7:110 p.m. Sunday
BehOQl atUroOp.m.
REV. fl. J. GREEN. Pastor.
Arrowhead Service.
LeavcB Arrives
Daily 0.45    Arrowhead    10.45 Dally
Daily 19.45 ARROWHEAD DRANCH 0.15 Daily
Connects  Revel-    tiaSt
stoke with
Imperial Limited    West
Stoamphip service Irom Vancouver, China,
Japan, Australia and Alaska.
J. S. CARTER,      E. J. CO'YLF,,
n. P, a., Nelson.      A.G.P.A., Vancouver.
S. Shannon,
Assayer and Analytical
See that this Label is on till Clothing you buy.
The Lardeau District
as a profitable tieM for the Judicious advertiser is unexcelled in this province.   THE
LARDEAU   EAQLE   ia   the only medium
actually covering the district.   An ad. Ir* the
EAGLE will roach more people in Ferguson,
Trout Lake City, Thomson's Landing, Comaplix, Camborne, Arrowhead, Ten Milo, circle
City and every soli-tary mine in the district,
than any other paper published,   No other
district In Canada offers such splendid opportunities [or good, wide-awake advertisers,
Uo you want more lousiness? Thon write at
once for our advertising rates unci place your
patronage in the only medium that actually
cover.? the fleld-THE LABDEAU EAGLE,
Job Printing
The  EAGLE  is  the only printing oflice in
North   Kootenay which can furnish   the
Typographical    Union    Label     upon    your
printed matter.   This alone is a guarantee of
fair wage conditions and best workmanship.
Mall orders tilled promptly.   Let ihe EAGLE
print your printing} always neat, clean and
B. C.
j\ i The pay roll centre and tlie placo where L-ftrdeau'a shipping
|< ^ n4��/v�� n n *rt I mines are located, is Bltuated n6 mites BOtitbeiist of Kevelstoke.
H Lllf 111 l I II I ! Vtom Itovelstoke to Arrowhead by rail. 28 miles;  from Arrow-
|||\'||\IIM ' head lo Thomson's Landing by boat, V.! miles;   from foe Landing
I   l/l VlJin/ll rt to FERGUSON, by horse or stage, 10 miles.   Como straight to
O Ferguson.  Investigation courted.
%^M$%**^Mit t^i^^^g^g^g^
Is the Coming Solid Town of the
Lardeau and Trout Lake District
Because of its unique geographical position; nature having provided as pretty a flat bench, at
the junction of the north and
south forks of Lardeau creek, as
ever a town was built up on in
British Columbia.
Because the Nettie L. Double
Eagle, Ophir-Lade, Silver Cup,
Triune, Metropolitan, Sunset,
Lone Star, Comstock and other
properties will operate the year-
round hereafter, and this winter
will see probably 400 men at
work, over 200 of which will be
engaged on the properties of
the first three named.
Because the shipping mines are
located on Nettie L. hill, between the two creek forks; on
the Great Northern hill just
north of the town itself; and on
the south fork and its tributaries,
for all of which Ferguson is the
supply point.
Because mine owners hire their
crews in Ferguson and pay them
off in Ferguson.
Because the offices o( many-, of
the companies operating in the
camp are located here.
Because Ferguson receives thc
pay roll benefit from these working mines.
Because this is the point where
mining men coming into the district make their headquarters; as
they can walk or ride and return
from most of the properties in
one day or less.
Because every pound of ore from
these mines coming down the
hill lands first in Ferguson.
From here it will be teamed to
transportation on the lake, a
distance of four miles.
Because when the railway reaches
the place where the mines are it
will reach Ferguson.
Because there is every natural advantage for the building up of a
great mining center.
But why give other reasons: We have the mines, the pay roll, the natural geo*
graphical location, unlimited water power, etc., and the right kind of people to make
A town. The ore shipments, increasing business, and money and enterprise will do the
rest.   Come and see for yourself.
From $150 up
From $75 up
Henry Floyd
^j^n^oS^iisa^^s^^^^i^oS^s r
�� * ' Ml <*������**��-���>��� j �� * ��������� +
On the "Wing
John Sutherland, ot tho Triune l-'rac-
tion.is in Revelstoko on business.
.Icilin Laughton, ol the Hotel Lar-
dnuti, Is In RevelstoUo fora few days.
Tho s. s. Kossland is uoing repaired
at Nakusp. Tho e. s. Minto is taking
her run.
Tbe big steel strike is still in
progress, with no immediate settlement
in sight.
Work has ceasod on tbe Horseshoe,
(or Luoky Boy) pending the result of
legal proceedings.
���J. C. Kirkpatrick is away east on a
business and pleasure trip combined to
his old homo in Novia Seotia.
Dr. Carruthers of Revelstoke, was in
town on Tuesday, looking after his
mining interests on Nettie U. hill.
James Cummings of tbe King's
hotel, Is completing and furnishing the
rooms on tho third floor of h is house.
Towns dofoatod Jake Giuidaur by
five boat lengths in the championship
sculling race, at Rat Portage on Saturday last.
H. G. Parson has disponed of his
wholesale liquor business in Revelstoke to tho Kevelstoke Wi no & Spirit
Company, Limited.
Supplies are boing taken over to the
American, which is to be worked all
winter, The property is showing up
well under development.
Mrs. R. P. Pettipiece returned from
a visit to Revelstoko on Friday,
accompanied by her niece, Miss Annie
Murray of Fletcher, Idaho..
Thomas Kilpatriek, well known here,
is to be the late E. J. Duehesnay's
successor as assistant superintendent
of the mountain section of the C. P. R.
Capt. Brown of tho Salvation Army,
Revolstoko, arrived in town yesterday.
He will hold service, jn the Minors'
Union hall hero ot 8 o'clock tomorrow evening.
S. A. Sutherland, who got his arm I
sprained while cm his way to the |
Landing tbe othor day, tho horse having stumbled and. fell, is again doing
business at the old stand.
Work has bee fi commenced in earnest
an tho Thomson's Lunding-Cainborne
road. Tne Camborne er*d has also
loeenlotat $1500, and all; tho contractors aro doii.g record work.
A. E. "Phipps, manager of the
Imperial bank at Kevelstoke, and ,T.
M. Lay, manager of tho same institution at Nelson, were in Ferguson
during tho week. Thoy visited the
Nettie L, mino.
" Wanted.���Fifteen cords of dry
20-inch stove wood. Apply at EAGLE
* Don't wait: but telephone at once.
Always in ordor now. Ferguson office
at Cummins & Co.'s store.
* Weekly shipments of fresh ranch
eggs and creamery butter now boing
received by G. B. Batho & Co.
* Now ready, tho "Union" and "Our
Special" cigars, at tho Union Cigar
Factory, Kevelstoke. Stock and workmanship guaranteed.
* Special attention is directed to
Andrew F. Rosenberger's advt. in this
issue. No stock to sell; straight legitimate mining properties placed.
* When  you  want a new book,
magazine or reading matter of any
description, order it from the Canada
Drug & Book Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
* Send  in    your   orders   for   th
"Union" and "Our Special" cigars to
the Union Cigar Factory, Revelstoke.
Stock and workmanship guaranteed.
* G. B. Batho & Co. have just received aline shipment of gents' underwear, neckwear, etc., and also a well
assorted line of dress goods, hosiery,
* Ed. Perry, dancing instructor, will
have charee of tho assembly (in Friday
evening next in tho Minors'Union'bail.
Two musicians, violin and organ, will
be provided.' Admissio'n'to giants reasonable.   You aro invited.
Imperial Bank
of Canada.
CAPITAL ��� ���
��� - ��2,WO,000.00,
- - $1,850,000.00,
General Riinlii.it) business Transacted
Interest allowed on deposits in Savings
Department at eurrcnt rates.
a. bTphipfs,
Deer Heads, Birds, Etc.
Mounted. Furs and Skins
Tanned and Dressed.
Third Street   ^Revelstoke
New Fall Goods
Taylor.���At Trout Lake, on Monday,
September llth, 1901, to Mr. aad Mrs.
Thos. Taylor, a daughter.
(Form P.)
HORSESHOE mineral elaim. situate 111 tho
Trout Lake Mining Division of West Koote
nay District.   Wliero located:    Oa Trout
TAKE NOTICE that I, Edwin Hillmail'., I'rce
Miner's C'ertlticato No ii. 321*9, Intend,, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply tx> the
Mining Recorder tor a Cortlncato of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a C'rowu
Grant of the ahovc elaim.
And further tako notice that action, uuider
section :r, must he commenced before the
issuance of such Cortiflcato of Improvements.
Dated this 3rd day of Sentemher, A. B. II Ml.
The, Ophir-Lade Mining Syndicate,
Limited, has been incorporated under
the Companies' Act, )'R!)7, as a limited
company, with a capital of 9120,000.
divided into600shares of$200.each.
They havo applied for all tho privileges
worth having.
A special number of the B. C.
Gazette announces the appointment of
Hon. J. C. Brown as p rovlncial secretary and minister of education and
of Hon. J. D. Prentice as minister of
finance and agriculture. Hon. J. H.
Turner is gazetted up ,-cnt general.
F.G. Fauquier,ex- gold commissioner
and government agt mt at Revolstoko.
has been committed to stand his trial
at the fall assizes. Lund sales amounting to $2,007 and V ill tax money, bo-
sides $100 short o ,t the Nakusp office,,
are unaccounted I or. Tho Eaole has
fairly good autho city that Hugh McPherson of Tror ,t Lako will bo Mr.
Fauquier's succei isor.
Big BUI Salt'o, tbe swift Rossland
footracer, js wit ining fame and coin in
tho effete east ._ HIb last performance
was to* defeat, Mayberry, tho crack
Michigan rut ,ncr, at Ottawa in a 110
yard dash, wl jich was covered in 101-5
seconds. Smi ,th and Jack Allen cleaned
up $1800 on ' t,ho race, according to tho
Ottawa pa' pers, and are now heading
for Buffalo where a series of big purses
will bo hu ng up for runners.
One of j Craig & Hillman's horses,
"Pinto," strayed away from tlie Old
Gold c Amp cabins recently and Ed.
Hillma ,n traced it as far up the glacier
above sls ho dared to venture, but tho
horsr ^ tracks could be seen much
furt' ner up. The chances are tbat poor
Pir ,to has mot with a horrible death in
on c of those yawning glacial crevices,
w hich creates such a four in prospec-
'��rs. Theso mountainous refrigerators
���provided by naturo should be reserved
to keep delinquent subscribers ia.
(Form F.)
CANADIAN GIRL  mineral claim, rf twite in
lhe Trout Lake .Mining lOvi.sion   of West
Kootenay District.   Where lociic, d :   On
thoeastsideof tho north fork of   Lardeau
river and heing n soutli ewtferly ..���: (tension
ofthe Iron Horse.
TAKE NOTICE that 1,0. HiJf.Wflld o.aetlng
ns agent for It. W. Northej.f. It, ('. f ,10200. F.
MclMrlv, F. M. <;. B47HIW, Aiiiliew crul g, F.M.O
]i:i2U10, intend, sixty days from the d ate hereof, to apply, to tho Mining Recorder fo rooortl-
licate of improvements, for the  pu rposo of
Obtaining a Crown grant of tlie abovo   claim.
And further take notice that w;lio >n, under
section  87, must he commenced  he fore  the
issuance of such certificate of improve ments..
Dated Ihis 29th day of August, 1901.
aug202m 0. B. N. W ILKIE.
To C. J, Smith and F. W. Hinsdale, oi ��� tr> any
person or persons to whom they r nay ilc.ve
transferred tlieir interests,
TAKE NOTICE that we, tho nndei'sl gned, co-
owners with you in the Copper Kev mirjrril
group, situated on Short creek, nourl . of Pass
oreok, in thc Trout Lake mining di vision of
West Kootenay. In the Province o f ilritish
Columbia, have expended eight liund re, (1800)
dollars in lahor and Improvoraonl i upon the
above mentioned mineral group in order lo
hold said group under Seeiirm 21 of in, ,, Mineral
Ael. and If; within ninety nay,, from the tlrst
publication hereof, you fall or rofui ����� to contribute your portion of such expend ilure. together with tlie cost of advertising, f��� r 1900 and
1901 respectively, your Interests In thu said
group will become the properly of the subscribers, under Section 4 of tho Mir icral Act,
Dated at Sandon, II. C, tills (Ml day ( if August,
'T'he question of clothes is one that
1 should interest any man. High-class
tailoring insures perfectly lilting garments. It Increases the life of tlie
clothes, too. You will hear our work
highly commended by those who know
good clothing when they sec it. Our
suits will please you.
Tweed Suits-f 16, $18, $20
Tweed Trouserings:
$4.00,   $4.SO,   $9.00.
Ladies' and Oentlcinen's Rain Coals
made from the very best waterproofed
worsteds, to order. These coals servo
the double purpose of a rain coat as
well as a spring or fall overcoat. Ladies' and gentlemen's fur-lined coats
aud jackets, to order.
The Art Tailor,
Revelstoke, B. C
�����>����>> ���->-��-��-����������.... ��<-��.��-���-����
The Largest Complete
Stock in the Lardeau
It makes no difference what size your order
is, nor what it calls for, we can fill it, and
at   lower prices   than elsewhere   in  this
district.    We buy in carload lots, and get
the cash discounts, thus placing us in a
position to sell you the very newest and
best supplies at lowest prices.   Having just
enlarged our store, we are in a better position than ever to fill your order promptly.
Pack train orders is our specialty.    Gome
in and see our stock, and get prices before outfitting.    We can save you money.
Fall and Winter
-AT THE���
Postoffice Store
G. B. Batho cfr Co.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   .
'���     '. ARROW LAKES, B. C.
Thc.'inost complete resort on the continent j
of North America. Sitnule-i midst scenery,
unrivalled for grandeur. Hinting, flfhlng
and excursions, Keidderyt phvsfcian and j
nu-se. In telegraphic communication with I
all ptirtti of the world. Tw�� mails arrive and ,
flopart over? day. Its baths cure all nervous |
and musculardiseases1 .;s waters heal all
kidney, liver nnd stomach ailment-i. Its
baths and waters are a .-Hire remedy against
all Hn-eniiferoiiH poisons. TKKMS,: fl6 to
?I8 per week, awarding to residence in hotel
or villas.
i  i
Established 1896
1     1
General Merchants
C. 13. Hume & Co.
 Wholesale and Retail	
General Merchants
The largest importers ln North Kootenay.
Revelstoke and Trout  Lake City, B. C.
Carpe'B.'iFli jor Oils,
Linoleum,) Vail j^*,
Paper, Biir ids, Etc.
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Agents for Pianos,
Sewing Machines,
Etc. J4,j*4J��JtV
Citize ns <of the Lardeau District
PutdiTti Ukon tErouih'MminA .
tptclol notice, without charge, Id the
Scientific American.
A WnfidMomtly Illustrated wooily.
dilution of any fclsurifla journal.
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When you ecuno ton evelstolto to do your shopping, remember that
EloLirne Bros.
havo tho largest and    brst assorted  stock in  North  Kootonay.
Compere our prices nnd t eo our goods before purchasing elsewhoro.
Mail Orders. '��� Promptly Filled


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