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Tbe Opposition Find Muoh Fault
With the Appropriations fo? tile
Kaslo Biding.
Espeoially is Hon. Mr. Greenr oritl-
olzed for rooommending improvements at Trout Lake.'
Tbe proceedings o( the B. C. legislative assembly during the past fortnight
have been quite interesting. The latest Innovation was where tbe member
for Fernie warmly advocated that some
provision be made whereby the young
people of tbo province would not be
obliged to leave it ln order to seoure
higher education. He reminded the
house that when its population did not
exceed 75,000, Manitoba established a
university which bad now ti .turned
large proportions. He also pointed' to
other eastern provinces, like Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, which had
three or four universities.
The premier was somewhat non-com
mlttal itt regard to tbe matter, and ra.
ther inclined to privately endowed seats
of learning, while recognizing the necessity of lueh an institution.
The opposition on tbe whole were disposed to regard the motion aa premature, alleging that our population bad
not assumed proportions where we
could hope to maintain anything better
than what Mclnoos designated as a
" tin-pot" university. < It waa pointed
ont alao by Dr. King that in someflt the
provinces alluded to by the author of
the motion, the universities, were scarcely worthy of the name, and young men
left the province just as they do In British Columbia, to attend Toronto or Mo-
Gill
A plea was put in by Messrs, Mclnnes and Brown to make our high
school curriculum more practical, while
tbe olaims of Victoria aud Vancouver
to be made the seats of all of suoh Institutions of learning were advanced by
Messrs. Cameron and McGowan respectively.
The motion carried.
The bill validating tbe acts of mayor
Barnard, of Victoria, who was dlsqual-
fled, was put through Its final stages
and assented to by bis honor.
Proceeding to consideration of report
of committee on supply, the challenging
of different items was renewed, aa before alluded to. A good deal of attention was bestowed on the chief commissioner, who, lt develops, has secured
for bis distriot not $8,000, as set out In
the estimates, but nearer double that
amount. An appropriation of 12,000
for dyking the Lardeau river bank at
Trout Lrko was particularly criticized,
it being alleged tbat it was forthe purpose of protecting private property.
The leader of the opposition reminded tbe chief commissioner of the great
need of bigger appropriations, fer instance, ln ymir district, where $2,000
could be spent to much greater advantage ou Sophlt mountain road than In
protecting private property at Trout
Lake. Money was alio badly needed
for a trail from the Velvet mine to
Rossland, to hold a great trade which
now went to Northport. He charged
the chief .commissioner with giving his
constituency two or three times more
than any other Kootenay constituency.
John Houston supported tbis view,
and said Mr. Green showed no consideration for Kootenay, but only for his own
[riding. As for Ymir, he attributed the
small appropriation to tbe government's
estimate of the member from that District, who could make a speech only In
moving an address in reply to the
speech from the throne.
Tift Days Of Yore.
In the good old booanxa days, about
which we bear so muoh, there were few
mines worked to a depth of over 500
feet, the machinery equipment was of
tbe crudest, and the smelting (and reduction methods primitive. In Isolated
cases money wu mado���inthe majority
of eases, failure was the record of tbe
operator. In those times lt required
t\i months to obtain a settlement for
j smelter returns, and transportation
omtt-j-jes were so high tbat only the
very best grade and most favorable ore
could be treated at a profit.
Today,  with   machinery  to reach
Japan Will Not Wait Longer, and
Desires No Assiatanoe from
Friendly Nations.
Bussia Also Believed To Be Beady,
And Not Unwilling; For
A Contest.
mines, with aerial wire train ways to
deliver ore from mine to mill or ore bins
at the railway, and with the modern
plants for smelting maintained at all
points, in conjunction with sampling
works, and with settlements for ore frequently maSe ftffc/-slx hours from the
time tt loaves the property, who shall
say tbat they would desire a return to
the conditions of forty���or twenty-
years ago ? Ores passed by as waste In
those days are now being treated at a
profit, aod muoh of it returns a greater
profit to the mine owner than did the
high grade ores of former times. The
bonanza days are a dream. While It is
true that there were examples of money
making,' tbe eases wore isolated���the
majority of the fortune hunters were
disappointed, and eked ont miserable
A dispatch to the Central News
Agenjy from Tokyo, dated Feb. 6, says
tbat the newspapers there publish telegrams saying tbat 200,000 Russian
troops have been concentrated ln the
Yalu valley, with tbe probable intention of seizing North Korea. It Is add*
ed tbat hope of maintaining peace has
been abandoned.
A Russian correspondent of the Asso
oiated Press at Port Arthur telegraphs
as follows:
"There is no truth itt the report tbat
freight traffic has been stopped on the
Manchurian railway. All tbe ships of
tbe Russian  Pacific squadron wblcb
depthiiowterthanl,(l<��te9tinstt-tttB��r|h,*,0 been held in reserve are nowlo
existences. Tbe accommodations with
which tbey had to be content were of
the' roughest, tbe food the worst, and
enjoyments practically none whatever;
against which may be compared the
modern conveniences of today. Tbe
earning power of men today, as compared to the " good old bonanza days,"
if measured In the amount of money
saved out of wages today, as compared
with the "good old days," will show
that men are uot only better off in all
respects, but a return to them would be
to face a panic���Ores and Metals,
Ths Tonawanda.
Johnnie Morgan, manager of development on tbe above property, bas been
taking a holiday with his crew for a
fortnight, but will resume operations
the first of next week with renewed
vigor.
When the boys quit work, tho face of
No. 1 tunnel was in 275 feet, and the
last few shifts dug through considerable
ore spattered through the lead matter
ln tbe orosscut near tbe face. Mr.
Morgan believes tbat 3 or 4 days' work
will disclose the opposite wall, and he
Is naturally hopeful of results.
I
full commission.
"The regiments of tbe Thirl East
Siberian Riflo Brigade, which recently
left Port Arthur, are taking temporary
stations along tho Chinese rallroiid.
" Tbe Port Arthur garrison has been I*
strengthened by the arrival there of
the Seventh Brigade ot conscripts, who
bave recently been going through a
short course of training,
"Stores of provisions and coal are
being accumulated, and all tbe neoess-
ary military works are being actively
pushed forward.
" Both the army and the nary are in
excellent condition. Everything is
ready for an emergency, but all are patiently awaiting the outcome of the negotiations.
" The Russian population is tranquil.
Very few Russians a-e leaving, but
many Japanese merchants are selling
out and going borne.
"Thoso remaining here feel entire
confidence in the authorities, The announcement from Vladivostok tbat preparations have been mado for the mobilization of the Manchurlanireserves
was premature."
In the opinion of a diplomat conversant with the Japanese phase of the
far eastern situation, the Tokyo gov
ernment will not wait any longer than
today, the 6th inst., for the Russian reply, unless In the meantime a satisfactory intimation Is received as to its
character.
Yuan Shi Kalk, the commander of
the Chinese Imperial army and navy,
and the- viee-president of tho War
Board, have memorialized the emperor
urgently insisting opon an oflenslvo and
defensive alliance with Japan, to regain
Manohuria, according to the-Shanghal
correspondent of the London Globe.
The memorialists maintain that the
Japanese are better prepared!tot war
than the Russians, and a-*e most disinterested.
Poplar Mining New!
This week the tunnel on the Luoky
Jack passed the 366 foot 'mark, and on
Wednesday was ln 312 feet, giving a
depth of about '176 feet. For ihe last
thirty feetjtho tunnel has been lu ore
of good quality, carrying gulena and
free gold. In another hundred feet a
depth of 200 feet will have baen reached
on the lead, and then stoping will be
commenced and the mine become a
regular shipper.
On the Bnfialo group, No. 1 tunnel Is
fairly started, being in about twenty
feet. It is expected tha ledge will be
encountered at between fifty and sixty
feet, after which No. 2 tunnel will be
commenced, and ruiJ about one liuunred
feet to tap the lead at a vertical depth
of 100 feet.
The shaft on the placer claim south
of Poplar is down 55 feet. In the last
seven feot first a cement and then a
hard-pan waB encountered. It Is believed that bed-rock will be reached
within tbe next ten feet.
E. Lewis returned from Trout Lake
tbe past week, and has resumed work
on the Gold Hill group of claims, situated about half a mile woBt of Rapid
oreek and a few hundred feot from tbo
railway track.
O. B. N. Wilkie, P.L.S., came down
from Trout Lake Monday and is surveying a group of olaims adjoining the
Swede, and owned by J. Verschoyle,
Joe. Pattlnson, W. Jennings, and John
and Oscar Nelson.
, ,CJ. Cf��>PI��_i_ite, of Ka'sloi was In town
this week making arrangements to
commence work on his claims, situate
above the Marcus and Gilbert proper
ties.
On the Swede group, four meu are
sinking oo the lead Horn' which very
rich specimens were taken a few weeks
ago.
C. W. HjtfWn. and Theo Dufresne
jare running a tunnel on the Royal
���group at Meadow creek.���The Nugget,
Feb. 6th.
2,600 Buildiage Burned, Covering
An Area Of 140 Acres, In the.
Heart of City.
The LOSfr is Estimated  at Full.*
8100,000,000.   No Lives
Were Lost.
He Struok Tbe Free Milling.
A gentleman who has done probably
more testing of rook and mineral than
any other individual in the Lardeau
oountry during the past fouryears without striking what would enrich himself
to any extent, is Mr. A. H. Holdich, of
Camborne, who occupies tbe position of
assayer for tbe Great Northern Mines,
Limited.
Mr. Holdich held a similar position
with the Great Western Mines, Limited, until about a year since, being also
secretary-treasurer of tbe company.
Ho did not, of course, do any prospecting, but be lt was wbo first ascertained
what values were contained in any ore
found In the properties of the company,
and he held stook in tho companies
with whioh he waB connected. This
country is new yet, ana Mr. Holdich
has not made a fortune in that way, like
many more of us, but there aro more
ways than one to acquire a fortune,
while tbe chances aro splendid in tho
ordinary way -to get one from tho
Lardeau.
We are glad to receive tho intelligence that Mr. Holdich has fallon bolr
to a rlob estate in the old country, and
we feel sure he bas many friends In
Ferguson and elsewhere who will be
pleased to learn of his good luck.
When learning to run a machine
drill, the operator should use a blunt
drill and low pressure steam. First, he
should praotloe On tbe short strokes,
and as he gains confidence and learns
bow to regulate the machine, be cau
increase his steam and length of bis
stroke. In cold weather the stuffing
box Bhould be uasorewed to let the.water out of tbt .cylinder, and the {drill
should be stood ;.on end or slightly Inclined on its sldti. Thts.will permit the
water to' drain from the steam chest
and back head.--Ex.
Baltimore, a city of nearly 700,000
Inhabitants, being the sixth in size in
tbe United States, had a terrible experience with fire on Monday last, paralleling the historical Chicago lire of
1871. The people of Baltimore, uu-
Uke the experience of ber sister city,
may feel gratified that tbere was no
loss of life as far as is known, and very
few casualties. The fire made a clean
sweep, and every means known was
brought Into requisition to stop tho
spreading of tbe terrible conflagration.
After raping for 24 hours, and sweeping
an area of 140 acres clean of 2,500 buildings in the heart of the great city, the
flames were finally ohecked and the fire
extinguished. There will be over a
hundred thousand people homeless, and
much destitution will result.
Every street that led to the fire area
was crowded with spectators. Down
the narrow streets tbe black smoke
hung densely, split now and then by a
red glare of flame. The crash of falling
buildings was lost In tbe roar of exploding dynamite, as it was used to demolish structures as yet untouched by
fire. The City was under the strictest
sf military control. All around the
burned area was stretched a cordon of
soldiers, who held up all comers at the
point of the bayonet. Police brought
from tho neighboring cities patrolled
the district, ana at the limits of tbe fit c
zone paced armed sentries.
In tbe early hours of tbe morning lhe
army of lire fighters coped acainst overwhelming odds, and wben daybreak
came the tluaies were raging along the
wharvos nnd "ocusset! about the great
powerhouse of the United Railways
company, which furnishes the power
for all the street railways of tho city.
Then the tiaraos ate their way with undiminished force southward, following
the lines of Jones falls, and were dually checked near the water's edge at
West Falls avenue, la tho southeast
section of tho oity.
We Spoke Too Soon.
Somo months since, the Eagle refer,
red in an appreciative manner tn tht;
short time that it took tho Nelson Newt
and other south papers to reach Ferguson, being about ten hours from Nel-
Bon. Wo are sorry wo mentioned the
matter, for there has been a change,
though perhaps not becauso of our
comment. Instead of tiie "News" from
Nelson taking ten hours, it now usually
takes from two to three days to reach
us. It is too bad that the despatch in
delivery has not been continued, for
mail Is not so much appreciated when
Its coming has been tardy. The reason
is becauso the papers and many letters
are now sent around via Revelstoke instead of the direct route. This may be
caused by tho announcement earlyin
the fall by the C. P. R. that the Lardo
route would not be maintained in winter, and publishers do not care to risk
having their papers held up on the way. Lardeau Bagle
V    Usheil   every   Friday at Ferifuson, B. C
t'l
E. G. WOODWARD,
towhoui all correspondence should be mailed.
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paper.
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Four weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1904.
SOUTH ROUTE STILL OPEN.
The water way on Trout Lake is
still open, and the C. P. R. boat is
experiencing no difficulty in making
her regular trips. A very cold snap
was experienced the early part o(
the week, this being in all probability the usual difficult part of the
winter to pass successfully that is
experienced each year, for not only
was there extreme cold, six below
zero, but there was the dreaded
heavy snowfall, However, the passage was not obstructed, and it is
almost safe to say it will not 'be
now, if due care is exercised by the
company in keeping the boat
mi-.-inj r:***il ir'y, S .uill.i liii Lo..:
<.n->continue her trips, the inconvenience that would be experienced
would be annoying and expensive
to people of Trout Lake and Ferguson particularly.
It would cut off the south mail
service, the Dominion express service, the passenger service, and it
would render the transporting of
freight into these towns very awkward. A little care and perseverance by the C. P. R. for another
four weeks would avoid all the distress which we fear.
A SUCCESSFUL CONVENTION.
The best of harmony marked the
proceedings of the convention of
Liberal-Conservatives at Victoria
last week. The split in the party
would seem to have been healed,
and the members are now all working in unison. John Houston was
not re-elected president, but did not
sever, his connection with the old
party as many expected him tt. do,
but he announced his allegiance t'd
the party, and an intention of giving
his best efforts to the cause of conservatism.
Colonel Prior had been some .vhat
on the outs with the McBride section, yet he attended tlie convention
and accepted office, as well as announcing that lie was in full accord
with the party and its leaders.
Our opposition contemporaries
throughout the province need not
therefore lose any more sleep over
the conservative party in B. C. entering upon a federal contest harboring dissensions, (or it is stronger
today and more determined than
ever before.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
reality. Whether or not the ambitious and plucky little country
will be made sorry will have to be
proven, and whatever the outcome,
Japan has the sympathy of Great
Britain and also the United States.
Her contention was right and unselfish, while greed inborn with the
Russian prompted the motive that
led Russia to decline the suggestions
of Japan. The war promises ts be
a long, bitter struggle, and the hope
of Japan's success lies in the belief
that an unpractical system is in
vogue in the Russian army and
navy.
Japan has been itching to get a
slap at Russia for months, yes, for
two or three years. She "pulled
the button1' on Tuesday, and war
between the two nations is now a.
The Great Northern Mines' officials have been "lip to their teeth "
in work for the past ten 'days.'- making the turnover of the Ophir-Lade
properties to their own corporation,
The operation (entails no small
amount of clerical work, and this,
combined with the usual routine,
keeps especially the secretary-treasurer busy. The company's properties that are being worked this winter have continued to give very
encouraging results, better by far in
two particular instances than was
expected. We are glad to be able
to report to shareholders through
our columns this favorable news,
and we trust we may have no reverses to chronicle.
John Morley will move an amendment to the address in reply to the
speech from the throne, on the fiscal question, in the Britishjhouse of
Commons. A lively debate is expected, and the outcome is most
uncertain-, on account of the strong
feeling that prevails and the fact
that there are no less than seven factions in the house. The liberals believe that their innings is at hand,
and they are apt to make the best
of the situation,believing the government's seeming want of unity will
make it easily embarrassed.
MR. HARPER, one of the I. C. S.
Representatives for this district, will
be in Ferguson in a few days. Anybody wishing nn interview re any of
the following courses, will find hlm|at
the Ferguson Hotel:
Mechanical Engineer.
Machine Designer.
Mechanical Draftsman.
Foreman Machinist,
Foreman Toolmakcr.
Foreman I'atternmaker.
Foreman Blacksmith.
Foreman Molder.
Gas Engineer.
Kefrlgeratiou Engineer.
Traction Engineer,
Electrical Engineer.
Electric Machine Designer.
Electrician.
Klec'.rlo-l.liihling Supt.
Kloclrle-hallway Sept.
Telephone Engineer.
Telegraph Engineer,
Wlreman.
Dynamo Tender.
Motorman.
Hleam Engineer.
Engine Knnnor.
Marine Engineer,
civil Engineer.
Hydraulic Engineer.
Munlci6al Etlglncer.
ltrldge Engineer.
Railroad Engineer.
Surveyor.
Mining Engineer.
Mine Purveyor.
Mine Foreman.
Cotton-Mill Sn pt.
Woollc'ii-MIII Supt.
Textile Designer.
Architect.
Contractor and Builder.
Architectural Draftsman.
Sign Painter.
Show-card Writer,
chemist.
Sheet-Metal Draftsman.
Ornamontal Designer.
Perspective Draftsman.
Navigator.
Bookkeeper.
Stenographer.
Teacher.
Ad Writer.
Commercial Law.
LANGUAGES
Taught with Phonograph.
French.        German.        Spanish.
Start now on the road to success over
which 600,000 students have travelled
and arc travelling, What,It has done
for others It will do for you.
S, H. KRUGER, Rep.,
Box 415, Nelson,
For
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J. O. PIPER,
Trout Lake.
United Hatters of North America
THIS 18 THE
UNION LABEL Oi
the Unite* Hatteri
o( North America.
When you are buv-
ilie a FUR HAT,
either -soft or stiff,
tee to it that the
genuine UNION
Labelis Sifwert in it,
II a retailer has
loose labels in his
-"nssession and of-
iursto put one in a
hat for you, do not
patronize him. lie
has not any rigmto nave loose labels. Loose
labels in retail stores are counterfeits. Do not
listen to any explanation as to why tho hai
has no label. The Genuine Union Label is
perforated on tho four edges exactly the same
as a postage stamp. Counterfeits aro tiome-
times perforated on three of the edtrea, and
sometimes only on two. Keep a sharplookout
for the counterfeits. Unprincipled manufac*
turers are using them in order to get rid ol
their scab-made bats. The John B. Stetson
Co. of Philadelphia, l'a��� is non-union concern,
JOHN A. MOFFITT, President,
Orange. N.J,
JOHN PHILLIPS,Secretary,
11 Wavorly Place, Kooin 15, New York City.
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Drugs am Stationery
Prescriptions Carefully and
..Accurately Compounded.;
A.  F.  RANKINE
P. O. BLOCK, FERGUSON, B. C.
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6��X)��-KXX>*>->��..0>��
High Class
\ FURNITVRB
Out- stock Is new and very
complete and we sell on a
narrow margin. An order
would be appreciated.
We do anything in line ol
Picture Framing,
JOHN E. WOOD,
Revelstoke, B. C. ���
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We make a specialty of
BOOTS and SHOES
And recommend the
KING
Mako for ladles and children,
SLATER
Boots for mon.   Prices same as
Winnipeg and Vancouver.
C. B. Hl'MB .4 CO., Ltd.,
Ucneral Merchants,
TROUT LAKE, B. C
1
Sz^ *^rfj_sfa_s4i_r}triij��_s4ijji' tfajM
$ Tonsorial
Parlors..
MAIN STREET,
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FERGUSON, B. C.
Shaving.     Shampooing,
Hairdressing,     Singeing.
Dyeing,     Bathe, hot and
cold water.
I have the best appointed shop In the
Lsn.cnii.   Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. in.
Schnell & Hooker,
L Forguson and Trout Lake.      &
-BUY LOTS IN-
Ferguson, the Pay-Roll Centre     ,
of the Rich Lardeau.
FBRGUSON
-IS THB	
HUB
'.   OF THE .DISTRICT
SOUTH of Ferguson lie the
phetiominally rich
FREE MILLING GOLD
camps   of  Poplar   and
Rapid creeks, and
NORTH ol Ferguson lies Fish
creek, where free mill-
gold ore abounds.
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
For Further Information. Apply to
HENRY FLOYD,
General Agent,
Revelstoke. B. C.
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Watch
Repairing
Is Our
Forte
Watoh
Inspector
ForThe
C.P.R.
I Handle
Only The   "
BeBt Quality
Of Goods.
Send Orders To"
J. Gruy Barber, f
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
F0R Jewelry, Silver \
Ware, Watches &c
Note the Addreis     *-. .   REVELSTOKE, B.C.
JOB PRINTING
Is our business.    We have the facilities and ingenuity necessary to execute artistic wgrk.
anythinq m our line turned out promptly"   .
Legal,  Survey and Mineral Claim Blanks always in stock.
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The EAQLE,
FERGUSON.  B.  C, //
minum
COMPAXIES ACT, 1897.
Certtflc��te uf Incorporation���
I HEREBY CERTIFY, that "The Great
Northern Mines, Lluited." has this day been
lncorporated under the " Companies Act, 1807,"
as a Limited Company, with a capital of one
million five hundred thousand dollars, divided
into one million Ave hundred thousand shares
of ono dollar (|1) eaoh. "
Tho timo of the existence of the Company Is
fifty years. /.
Given under ray hand,and seal of office at Victoria. Province of British Columbia, tills 7th
day of -November, cue thousand nine hundred
anathrue. , ,.*    ,.
(L.8.J ,   S.Y. WOOfTOK,
ltegf Htrtir of Joint Stoc�� Companies.
The following arc the objects for wblch the
Company has been incorporated :���
1. To purchase the proporty of "The Ophir
Lade Mining Syndicate, Limited ;" and to purchase the following mineral claims,>viz., the
" Strathcona," '* Triune Fraction,!',,," Luoky
Jack," "LuckyThree," "Little I'ML" "Lucky
Jack Fraction," "Goldsmith," and -Gold Hill,"
all situated in the Trout Lake Mining Division
of West Kootenay District; and also to purchase, lease, bond, locate or otherwise acquire
any mineral claims, mineral lands, mines, pro*
pertliis and any real estate in the Province of
British Columbia or olsowhere, and to pav for
the same either in monoy or lh fully paid-up
shareB of the Company, or nartly in moncyana
partly in such shares, and to sell, lease or other*
wise dispose of the samo or any of them or any
interest therein :
2. To dig for, raise, crush, wash, smelti nssiiy,
analyse, reduce, amalgamate aud otherwise
treat gold, silver, copper, lead oros or deposits
and other minerals and metallic substances
and compounds of all kinds, whether belonging to tho Company or not, and to render the
same merchantable, and to buy, sell and deal
In the same, or any-of them :
8. To carry on the business of a mining,
smelting, milling and refining company in all
or any of its branches :,
4. To acquire by purchase, lease, hire, exchange or otherwise -sucli timberlands or leases,
timber claims, licenses tocut timber, surface
rights and rlghtB of way, water rights and privileges, mills, factories, furnaces for smelting
and treating ores and refining metals, build
ings, machinery, plant, or otherwise real or
personal property as may bo necessary for or
conducive lo the proper carrying out of any of
tbe objects of tho Company;
5. To construct, maintain, alter, make, work
and operate on tho property df- the Company/
any canals, trails, roads, ways, tramways, bridges and reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and other
ways, watercourses,aequeauota, wells, wharves,
piers, furnaces, saw-mills, crushini.- works,
smelting works, concentrating works, hydraulic works, electric works ��nd appliances, warehouses, buildings, umchinerv. plant, storen.and
other works and conveniences which may seem
conducive to any of the objects of the -Company, and with thc consent.of the shareholders
in general meeting, to; contribute to, subsidise,
or otnerwisc aid nt- take part in any such operations, though coi^i-rujited and maintained hy
any othor qooipm y or .persons outside of the
property of,tho Company* and to buy, sell,
manufacture arid deal In all kinds of goods.
SnAith & Co.
48 Bleary St,
-Montreal
Will be represented in
Ferguson three or four
days each month. Any
orders for clothing will
receivo close attention
and we
GUARANTEE  A   FIT.
\
Time Table.
S. 8. AEOHEK OB S.S. LARDEAU.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing October 14th, 1003, will sail as follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice daily���10k and 5k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice dally��� 7:15k and
12;4ak. Making close connections
with all C. P. 11. Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve the right to
change times of sailings without
notice.
Th9 Fred Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd
f
Our representative
S. A. Seott is a
practical tailor and
will make clothes
fit. Hold your
orders for him.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   .   .
ARBOW LAKES, B.C.
Sltuated^mldst scenery unrivalled for
grandeur. The most complete health
resort on the continent of North America.
Its baths cure all Nervous and Muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
Kidney, Liver and Stomach ttilmcntB,
They aro a never failing remedy for
all metallic poisons, completely purify*
lug tho syswrn.
TERMS���;;i& to -flS per week, according to residence in Hotel or Villas.
uiDuuin-.t>uiu   inn uuni   in   mi  ntuus vi  guutia,
stores, implements, (provisions, chattels and
effects required by tu> "
men and servants
effects required by the Company or its work-
THE  NEW AND ONLY
MAP
OFTHIS DISTRICT
I        WE CARRY CARPETS,
| LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND
I CHINA MATTING.
\      IRON BEDS a Specialty
t $5 and up.
Goods can be furnished to any part ol Lardeau on very short notice
as the service is such that delivery can be made in one day from Nelson.
No Charge for packing   innt��ininiinmii ��<-..-�����<�����������>-��
 Kl Illll
; Funeral Directors and  1
Embalmers. ���
-.   [Graduate of Myer's College*ot Embalming]     i
Can attend case at Ferguson at ten    I
hours notice if advised by wire. *
tmni iiinnim. .
D. J. Robertson <fc O
NELSON, B. C.
6. To take, apouire.-own and hold as thc con*
fildoratioii* for ores, 'metals or minerals sold or
otherwise disposed of, or for goods supplied or
for work dono by contract or otherwise, shares,
debentures,.bonds or other securities of or in
any other company, the objects of which are
similar to those of this Comnany, and to sell or
otherwise dispose of the same :
7. To enter into any arrangement for sharing,
profits, union of interests, or co-operation with
any other person or company, carrying on, or
about to carry on, any business or transaction
similar to.that which this company is author
ised to carry on :
8. To purchase or otherwlso acquire and undertake all or any of the assets, business, pro*
perty, privileges, contracts, rights, obligations
and liabilities of any person or company carrying oh any part of the business which a company specially limited under said section is
authorised to carry on, or possessed of property
suitable for the purposes thereof:
9. To borrow or rniso money for tho purpose
of tho Company, but so that tho amount so borrowed or raised shall sot, without the sanction
ol a general meeting of the Company, exceed
one quarter of the amount of tiie pum-up capital- for the timo being, and for the purpose of
securing sucli money and interest, or for nny
other purpose, to mortgage or charge the undertaking or all or (my part of the property of tbe
Company, present or after acquired, and to
create,1 issue-, make, draw, accept and negotiate
perpetual- Cr redeemable debentures or de-
Dentin's stoek, promissory notes, bills of exchange, bills of lading, warrants, obligations
and other negotiable aud trausferable instruments ;
10. To distribute any of the property of tbo
Company among tlio members in specie :
11. To sell, Improve, manage, develop, exchange, lease, mortgage dispose of, turn to account, or otherwise-deal with tho undertaking,
or the whole or any part of the1 propferty and-
rights of the Company ,*wlth power to accept as
the consider:-.tion any shares, stocks, or obiiga-
tlons of any company the objects of which aro
restricted as aforesaid or otherwise :
12: To do all such other things nsare incidental or conducive to tho attainment ol the foregoing objects.-' ������������ '   '
Dec. 18.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Ia the mutter of Allan Calder, deceased,
Free Miner.
NOTICE is hereby given; all persons having
claims againit ALLAN CALDER, late of Ferguson, S.O.. Free Miner, deceased, are requested to send the same, duly verified, to tho un-
derslpned on or beforo tho 1st day of December
a.1)..i'.hw ; tud all persons indebted tu thc said
deceased are requested to remit the amount of
said indebted nuns to the undersigned forthwith
Dated at Kevelstoke this aOth day of October,
A.D. 1903.    . '
IT-ED FRASER,
Gold Commissioner,
iievelitoke, B.C.
Certificate of improvement!.
NOTICK.
���t
Cold Illll and Goldsmith Mineral Claims, sit.
ua te In the Trout Lake Mining Division of Wost
Kootonay District.
Whero located-���on Poplar Creek about one
mile from the railway.
Take Notice that I Robert Hodge, acting as
agent for W. B. Tool, Free Miner's Certificate
Including the Fish Creek camp
and Upper Dune mi River section, compiled by A. P. Cummins, P.L. 8., and s
Shannon. II.-A., is now on sale at tliis
office. The ready s-tle of tho map is
proving all we have said for It. The
Trout Lake division is lithographed in
black, the Lardeau iu red, and the Ainsworth in blue. Even a tenderfoot could
take a copv of this man and find any
claim recorded In the three divisions.
The mountains, lakes, creeks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
aud the location and name (by a unique
index) of every mineral claim in the
district is shown.
In
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK,
Goldseeker Fractional Mineral Claim, situate
iu the Trout Luke Mining Division of Wost
Kootenay District.
Whore located���On Silver Cup Hill.
Take Notice, that 1, Geo.S. McCarter, Agent
for Alfred O. Kirby, Free Miner's Certificate
No. B. B7625, Intend, sixty days from the dato
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for
a.Certlficato of Improvements, tor tlio purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further tako notice that action, under
section 87, must bo commenced before the issuance of sucli Certificate of improvements.        J
Dated this 12th day of November, A.D. 1903.
GEO. S. McCAKTJSK
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK. I
Goodenough, Goodenough No. 1, Goodenough
No. 2.
Where located���at the head of the North
Fork of Lardeau Creek, Trout Lake Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Take notice that I, Win. E. Devcreux, acting
��9 agent for J. J. Ross, Esq., F. M. C, No. R.
7409, intend, sixty days from tlie date hereof,
to apply to tho Mining Recorder for Cer'.ificatei
(^Improvements for thc purpose of obtaining
crown grants of the above claims.
���And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.
Dated this 30th October, 1908.
WM. K. DEVEREUX,
P.L.3.
Next   to    Visiting   the   Country
Person This Map Takes First Place,
In fact every geographical
fealure U so well define i tlmt one can
seenl a glance the nature oi6ur country
aud the trend of the claim locations
givt-s hu intelligible idea of (lie mineral
belM running through the camp. Itli
certainly
The   Best   Worth   For   One  Dollar
ever offered in thc map line ef a mining
cniin. It is the first complete man of
the district and is selling well. 11 is just
wln-tyouare looking /or. WE ALSO
HAVE A FEW MAI'S MOUNTED ON
LIM.N, WITH A GOOD COVER, FOR
TK \ VELLERS OU PHOSPECTORS,
WHICH HELL AT |i,B0, THESE ARE
TH:-: BEST VALUE, AS THEY WILL
LAbT FOR YEARS.
Address your order, with an
enclosure of a one dollar bill, Ino
cheques, orders, etc.] to
THK LARDEAU EAGLE,
Capital Authorized, 84,000,000 HEAD office:
Capital (paid up)    -    2,086,200 _ _      ���    '   ,
Ho_t - - - - - - 2,65o]ooo loronto, Ontario-
Branches in the Northwest Territories. Provinces >of British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.
T. R. MERRITT, President. D. R. WILKIE, Vice-Pres. and G..  Man.
E. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager. W. MOFFAT, Cbief Inspector.
Ferguson,   B.   C.  Branch���A   General  Banking   Business   Transacted.
Savings Department���Deposits received and interest allowed.
Drafts Sold available fn All part, of caniu.u.
United Strtcs anil Europe.
Special attention riven to collectioni and "��� MACDONALD
Mining Howls. Manner
Ferguson, B.C.
Mining companies or others ordering
lots of 20 or more, maps will be supplied ut 50 cents each.
No. B.' 71717, Intend, sixly days from the date
* '���*..-- jfj-���-'    -- ������-
__  a pnrpi
of oblalnini,* Crown 'l runts of tho abovo elan
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for
Certificate, of Improvements, for tha������	
pose
And further take notlco that action, under
section 37, must bo commoncod before the Issuance of such certificates of Improvements,
Datid Hill lith day of January, A.D. I'JOI. -
KOBT, HODUE.
, NOTICE
Public notice is hereby Riven that tlie undersigned intend to npply under thc provisions of
the "Tranuvnv Company fncorporated Act"
and amended ncts.-for tho Incorporation of a
company with power lo build, equip and operate a tramway and lo com-truct and equip
aud operate telephone or telegraph lines In
cpnnccilon therewith, between a point on
Trout liilfo,- .i or near the townsite of Trout
Lake and a point tin Lardeau rivor, West
Kootenav, at or near Ferguson, B. C, with
branch lines from, at or near, Ferguson, B., C,
to Circle city on the North Fork of Lardeau
river, and to Ten Mile on the South Fork of
Lardeau rivor. ...
Tbe general route of said proposed tramway
and telephone or telegraph lines shall be along
or near the banks of Lardeau river aud the
North and South forka thereof.
Dated this llith day of July, 1903.
A.JOHNSON,      )     .   .
J. A. UAUKAOII, ! Applicants.
O.8. MCCARTER,.
Tbsrs l�� only one beet mining Journal.
That is
Mines and Minerals.
It bas a larger circulation than any two other
American mining Journals because lt Is the
hest. It is tho largest, best illustrated; and
handsomest mining Journal ln tbo world. It
Is a mining paper Ior mining men. Subscription price 12.00 per year. Send for free sample
copy. Address MINES AND MIN'ERALS.Scran-
ton, Pa., V. S. A. Denver offices, Berth Bldg,,
Pan. er, Colorado.
Subscribe .Now
To JAN. 1st, 1905,
$2.75=*���$2-75
The Latdeau Eagle will give you the latest reliable information on Mining and Lumbering.
The Winnipeg Free Press is one of Western
Canada's greatest family newspapers.
Are You
A Union
Man .
The
Union Cigar Factory
Manufactures only Union foods, and bo-
sides, thoy are* the best on the market.
They are made of the best Havana tobacco,
and their exceilonco is undisputed. Insist
on getting
"OUR SPECIAL" & "THE UNION"
H. A. BROWN,
Proprietor
fuion Cigar Factory, XEYELSTOKE, B.C.
raannnmu
I Lardeau % *
I Hotel  ��� ~i
A ,, ... We try to give satisfac-  ���*,
tion to our   guests.
H    Laughton' Bros.
��
tii i-roprtetors, ^,
^*a��-mW^^nW Local and General.
..It*, and Mrs. Robert Laughton are
visiting- at Revelatoke.
Frank Holten is in Ferguson from
thc Swede mine at Poplar.
J, C. Murray, of Trout Lake, lsas-
sit-neo for the Batho & Co. estate.
The t'-ermometer registered six below zero oa Tuesday morning last.
Preparations are being made for a
gi and carnival at Trout Lake tomorrow
Bight,
Tha dances given by tba ladles' quad'
rlllo club continue to attract large
numbers.
Thn usual crowd ot young peoplo
drove to Trout Lake on Tuesday night
to skate.
Rer. A. K. Sharp held his usual fort-
liljjhtly service Id tbe Eagle block Sunday night last. ���   v
Kossland will hold a midwinter carnival If the municipal scrap can be
settled in time. '���'
W. B. Pool bas gone to Poplar to
visit tbe workings of the Luoky Jack
and Swede properties.-    , .
B. Crilly returned from vlitting the
Great Northern Mloes, Ltd., properties
at i'oplar on Tuesday night.
The weather has been colder again
during the week, and preparations are
being made to get a supply of Ice.
David Brown, who is spending a few
weeks visiting bis son at Trout Lake,
was in FerguBon Sunday and Monday.
J. C. Nesbitt and George Munro have
closed a deal for their group of claims
on Rapid Creek with C. T.> Porter, of
Spokane.
The Monday's west mail was 24 hours
lat-s reaching Ferguson. This was
caused by trains beitg delayed by a
snow-slide near Albert Canyon.
Mrs. John Cameron, of Edmonton,
Alta., accompanied by her daughter,
Miss JesBle, arrived InjFerguson Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. Macdonald.
O. B. N. Wilkie, P. L. S., was In
town during the past weak;   Mr. WU-
< kle has had a very busy winter surveying different mines and mining properties.
Galena, sulphide of lead, is but slowly attacked by cyanides, but all its sulphur combines with cyanogen to form
sulphocyanogen, while the lead comes
into the solution as a hydrate.
The meeting of the whist club on
- Tuesday night passed off very pleasantly.    Frizes   wore   awarded  for the
month of January, MK Wilson getting
ilrst, which was a haedsome pipe.
.The road 'between Perguson aad
Trout Lake never was 'so good as this
winter. Whenever, thero Is a snowfall
of any extent, S. Daney runs the leveller over lt, and packs the surfaco down
hard.
Tailings are tbat portion ot the ore
that remains after amalgamation. A
profitable industry has of* recent years
been the purchasing of vast piles of
tailings that have been accumulating
at producing gold mines for years, and
treating these by the cyanide process.
Free mllliug gold oros are such ores
that carry their gold particles in a state
wherein when liberated from the in-
closing rook, tho gold readily alloys
with mercury or quicksilver. Refraet-
ory oros are those ores whose gold contents refuse to allby with mercury In
the mortar or on the plates Ores contain.ng sulphides, tellurldes, arsenides,
bismuth, etc,, ure refractory ores.
In deciding upon the character of a
mill to treat the ores of a particular
mine, by tests made on a fewpounds of
tbe pay rook, money Is frequently
thrown away. Not less than a carload
of ore sliould be tested. It should be
sent to men wbo make tests of that
character a business, and' who have no
interest in the matter further than to
obtain the highest percentage of extraction.���Ex.
All great mining camps have their
ebb and flood tides. First (tomes a remarkable strike and an Intense excitement follows; then comes a reaction,
and they say the camp is played out.
It was this way with Virginia City,
Leadvllle, Aspen, Cripple Creek, Bingham, Park Oity, Tlntic and, in fact,
nearly every prominent raining district
in the United States and Mexico. After a period of depression of greater or
lesser duration, there Is a revival, new]
mines are opened and the camps become I
substantial.���JPtwiflo Coaat Miner,       '
Loots With a Paystreak.
Old papers for sale, 25 cents per hundred, at Eagle office.
It pays to use the telephone. A trip
can often be saved to Trout Lake, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
tbo phone. Oflice in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
D J. Robertson and Co. of Nelaon,
have one of the largest and best select-
stocks of furniture in the Koojenay's.
Just sample tbeir prices.
* Smokers; If you want the genuine "Union" and "Our Special"
CIGAR see that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters on every box.
���H. A. Brown, Rovelstoke, B. C.
Wben you go to Revelstoke, just go
to the Canada Drug & Book Co. for
Choice of Thousands of the prettiest of
Xmas Cards, and also British-Columbia
'View Books, only 76c. each, Bhowing
beautiful mountain scenery.
PROPERTY' POR SALE-LOU No.
10, in block 55, qn Main street, next to
Ferguson hotel,, and lots 6' and 7, in
block 1, also on Main street near post
ollico. These aro very desirable lots
and can be purchased cheaply. Apply
to E. G. Woodward, Eagle oflice.
Ir --���
1    PROFESSIONAL j
��� t        CARDS. ��
OB N. WILKIE,
��� P. L. S.
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Survey* mads add Crown Grants
Obtained.
Office:     -      -     Trout Lake.
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Dzsie.Ni
Copyrights &c.
Anyone wnrtlnir a sit etch aod dose-':.>tlon may
quloklr ascertain our opinlpitifrao -a nether au
Invention ta probably patentaale. ComHtinlsa.
tionnstrlctlrconfldetftfal. na-dbookonl-ateuta
sent free. Oldest as*mcrJo^sen*.rli*tpatenu.
ti.
   : awner for teem
Pul-mta taken tbmuah Minra
ip-clal notice, wlthout'charco, In
Scientific American.
Ahnndiomelrilinitrfrted w<MkJr> I*
enlttlim nf (iny nclantlflc jmirnM. Ti
yw, (onrmonths, |L Boidbyal.���
_. cir-
���J rm��, t3 a
"    ilOTfc
Co �������*�����*���� New
T.feFB_., Vrublni
irk
LADIES'
QUADRIELE
CLUB
OP FBBGUSON, B.O.
Holds regular dances every 2nd and 4th Thursday
of eaoh montb, in Alexander hall. Excellent music
and good floor management provided.
Tickets may be obtained
from any, of tho committeo
ai follows':
Mrs. A. C. CUMMINS
Miss K. EDWARDS
Miss C. THOMPSON
H. EDWARDS
i
TAXIDERMIST,
Revelstoke,
B. C.
UTII-LU.M A. bauee,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
X       CIAL LAND SU1
Burvoysof Mines, Mineral Claims and
Crown Una*. Crown Grants Ob-
. talued and Assessments Managea
lor Absentees.
Offices:  Camborno and Vancouver
WM. E. DEVEREUX,
F.  L.   S.,
CIVIL and
MINING
ENGINEER.
ir.
Offloo,     -     -     ���
Benton, B.'C
���ROBERT HODGE,
BARRISTER, ��10.
solicitor far _   ,,,
The Imperial Bank
Of Canada
And ���,
The Great Northern Mines,
Limited.
Ferguson     -     B. (J.
T*l ABVBV,McGABTl!**'PmRHAM,
Barristers, SolleUera. etc*-
Offl.es: HeseUtpte.aold-a.and MjjP��.
son. Bollclton for' ffijftlM'WBii
of Canada ���,.:*.,
Geo. a. Mot'artot. J. A. Kar-jej.
A. M. Plnlbam.
J1RED C. ELLIOTT,
ffarrtke'f.  Notary' Pnhlfe etc.
TKOCT LAKE CITY B. C, AMD
FERGUSON,  B.
Does All Kinds Of Work In
Way Of
Washing,
Ironing,
Either Machine or Hand Work.
We Guarantee Our Work
To Be First-Class
Any complaints may be lodged
with our Agent,
F. T. ABEY,
Tnmuta.
Thatches
B. M. Allum.
Mall Order Business Receives
Prompt Attention,
Xmas Nove^le*J'ftndrJewelrj* ln
Groat Variety'
NOTB THB ADDRESS':'
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
m ni
."ii" " ���*_!*_*
immmM
January and Pebruary
Are Bargaifi Months
At Our Store.    Come And Be One Of
The Happy Buyers.
*.-��.,. ���-��� ****.,:
till I
OUR WINTER STOCK
o# dIy GOODS
Is Well Chosen, And Our Clerks In Thia
Department Will Be Found Most Obliging.
Fresh Groceries Arriving Weekly.
L
McKinnon and Sutherland
LIVBRY AND CARTAQB.
ALEX. CRAWFORD, Propr.
Has Stables at Ferguson, Trout Lake and Beaton,
Where he keeps light and heavy vehicles, single and
double drivers, saddle and pack horses for hire.
Also proprietor of tbe stage route running between
the above points, making three trips weekly.   .
^sjoms'AxmoK OTT&Bjk\mnm ������ .  ... ���.
��-w-w-w-w-w,*rw'W'W'>r��tr����'
THE   KINO'S HOTEL
.-U-'.-i. , I
 & ���'
Well lighted and heated by hot
air furnace. Tables supplied
with the best the market affords.
Rates $1.SP Pttr Day
f
JAS.  CUMMINGS,   Prop.. Ferguson, B.   C
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up at the Queens. Good accommodation
.. Best ot service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
Packing and FergusoanndPacking
Transfer Outfit.
.Freighting
Contracts entered Into for packing of Mining Supplies,
etc,, to any point in tho district.
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed satisfactory.
Headquarters at Ferguson. B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
Perguson Hotel
MCD0NELL & BLACK.
t-   ProprfeMrf.n
FERGVS0N, B. C.
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