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Array Attempted to Wreck Train.
On Thursday night el Ink week Sir
Charles Hibbert Tupper's life wss attempted while he was en route to Vancouver to record bis voto. It ts be-
liexed that some ultra Socialists were
at the bottom pf the dastardly attempt.
Sir Hlbbevl.had concluded his campaign speeah-maklng, and was obliged
to take a special from Kaslo to Sandon
U be desired to be in time to record his
vote in Vancouver. The special started
from Kaslo alter dark, the engine
pushing tbe car (rom behind. Just outside Kaslo there is a bluff of no small
dimensions.
Whilo skirting the side or the bluff
the train met an obstruction. Fortunately it was not going at a speed sufficient to derail the special. Everybody
started to see what was the matter,
and then it was found that a deliberate
attempt had been made to send the
train and its occupants to destruction,
Boulders and logs!_had been placed
across the rails.���Nelson Dally News.
Hore Anthracite. Goal.
The Vancouver World says: An unconfirmed rumor comes from tbe Kootenay tbat some of Pat Burns' cowboys
have discovered anthracite coal in the
mountains on the Alberta side about
sixty miles north of the Crow's Nest
Pass coal fields. While the report has
not been confirmed it has the likelihood of being true. It Is a settled
(act that the anthracite coal belt, which
Was opened up at Canmore and Ambit. ���
cite, extends north and there is no reason why It should not extend south.
In (act, many mining men incline to
the belief that the railway crossed the
hard coal belt right In the middle, and
right at a spot where it has been subjected to terrific glacial and volcanic
action, which accounts for the broken
and irregular nature of tho Canmore
veins. It is the general belief tbat il
the bard coal belt is located either
north or south much more regular
formation will be found and a good
field opened up.
EAGLE HALL
on second floor in Eagle block
Ferguson, B. C.
rOpen for engagement for
day or night meetings
at reasonable rental.
gg Write; of gall on
E. G. WOODWARD,
Proprietor.
���4-4-a-a-+44s4-
Smith �� Co.
43 Bltury St,
-Montreal
Will be represented in
Ferguson three or four
days each month. Any
orders (or clothing will
receive close attention
and we
1
0UARMTEE
A   FIT.
f
Our representative
S. A. Scott is a
practical tailor and
will mako clothes
fit. Hold your
orders for him.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ,   .   .
ARROW LAKES, B.C.
SituftUHt'.niilst scenery unrivalled for
grandeur. The meat complete health
re-sort on tlie continent of North America,
Its bath-fl tji'rw,'pil Nervous and Mils-
eular ���litieastt.:.. JtH waters heal all
Kidney. Li.Vcr and Stomach allmentH.
They are a n-avc-r tailing remedy for
nil metallic jmisons completely purifying thc -Hyt.tv.t_.
TERMS���115 to 118 PO? week, accord.
in-., to residence in Hotel or Villus.
Tou a
Wage
Earner ?
If so why not Invest some of your
earnings to. meet a possible reversal
of fprtune. For a safe, profitable
investment there is nothing beats
an   accumulation    policy    in   the
This is a purely mutual company
and all its assets, surplus and earnings belong to its policy holders.
For rates, etc., apply to agent,
E. G. WOODWARD,
Ferguson, B. C.
XJmg Table.
8. B. ARCHER OI. S.S. LARDEAU
Running between Arrowhoad, Beaton and Comaplix, commennipg October 14th, 19011, will sail If, follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead (or Beaton and
Comaplix, twice dally���10k and jik.'
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice dally ��� 7:lf,k itnd
I2;4".|f., Making close conncctibnh
with all C. P. It. Steamers and trull.-.
Tho owners reserve the right fo
change times of sailings without
notlco.     ������(*���!_
Tbe Fred Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd
 'Utu*	
THE  NEW-AND ONLY
MAP
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Including, the Fifth ('reek camp
and rpper Duiii-pii River icction, compiled by A. P. Cummins, P. h. 8., and S
shannon. H. A., i* now on halt; at thin
office. The ready.'siile of the man is
proving all we liilVt i>aid for it. Tho
Trout Lake division- in lithographed in
blaek. the Lardenu in red.and the Alnsworth in tiltiB. Even a tenderfoot could
take a copv of this man and lind any
claim recorded in the three ill virion*.
The mountains lakes, creeks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
and the location and name (by a unique
index) of every mineral claim in thu
district in shown.
Next   to    Visiting   the   Country   In
Person This Map Takes First Place.
fti Ta-t.t every geographical
feature is io well defined that one can
see at a gin pee tho nature of our country
and (lie trt.iul uf  the claim locations
fives an Intelligible idea of the mineral
>rl.K running through the camp, it is
certainly
The   Best   Worth   For   One  Dollar
ever offered in the map line of *. mining
camp. ft. is the tirst complete map of
thvdistrlut and Is Helling well. It injust
what you are looking for. tt'K AJ.SO
HAVE A FEW MAPS MOUNTED ON
LINEN, WITH A GOOD COVBK, FOR
TKAVELLFKS OK PR08PKCTOKS,
WHICH StLL AT flM THESE ARE
THE BEST VALUE, AS THEY WILL
LAKT FOR VEAilS.
Address your order, with an
onclosurej' of a one dollar bill, Iiio
chequewordors, oto.] to
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
Mining companies or others ordering
lots of 20 or more, maps will bo supplied at ">U cents each.
NOTICK
Public notice !���- hereby given lhut the under-
signed Intend to apply under ihe provisions of
the "Tramway Company Incorporated Act"
Mid amended nets, for the incorporation of a
company with power io bill Id, equip and ;pe-
ratea tramway and to coiotmct and equip
and operate telephone or telegraph lim" lu
I'liuuiction therewith, between a point on
TmiiFlnko, nt or near the lownslicofTn.nl
Like and a point on Lardeau rivor, WubI
Kuotunay, at or near Ferguson, It. v., with
UhiiHi lines (nun.��! or near. Ferguson, it., c.,
toiirclc city on the North Folk of Lardeau
river, iind tn Ten Mile on the Houth Fork of
j.nr-dcaii river.
Tliu general route of said proposed tramway
and telephone or telegraph lines shall be along
mi-  near the banks of L-mlemi  liver ami  lhe
North ami South fork* thereof.
' Hated this llMlldavof .Inly, MKI.I.
A. JOHNSON,       >
.1 A. iMi.n.M.n. J AppHenttts.
G.B.M.'UAIITKl. )
-pOTIVK. |
Notice Is hereby given Hint I, W. It. Pool, In-
tend, slxtv days after date, to apply to thei
Honorable, the chief Commli-siottcr of Lands i
and Works, for permiMlmi to pun-hnse fori
mining purposes, iho landa nenr Poplar ereok
ill Went Kooioilfly, described as follows;
tommeucinir nt a post marked "W, It, Pool's
N.W. corner," planted about '20 chains soutli
of Masicrsoii .V lirilllth's store at the K. A A.
lev. truck; thence IKI chains cast; thenee i��l j
i liainssoulh: thence :ttl chains west; thence Jill
chains north to lliu (mint of commencement, j
coiihiining im acres, more or less.   ;
I-Vrgusoh, IL C, 1Mb August, llHi;t,
Oct. 111. W. II. POOL.
NOTIOK.
Sixty davs nftcr da e. I. Dftvltl Forguson, Intend to niiply to tho chief Commlssiimer of
Lands and Works for permissloii to purchase
ill.- following desciihed bind, situated ou lhe
���Houth Fork of Lardenli ereek, about ono mile
(mum furkti iibovcihe town of Ferguson:
Com in mud UK at a P*��d marked "David For-
inuou'i N. w. corner." thenco south 20(SimIns,
Ihoticoflant !_0 elinltm, tlioneo north HOeliains,
ihenee west 'JO chains to point of noinmenee*
mem, containing abouMO acres, more or less.
JfcUrt tut* Sltfffl rt��jr uf JtfrJM'..,,.,^-
Or fiber J. DAviP VlBQUtfONi
"U ilm BOLD DUST twin* do your workS"
No Soap, Borax, Soda or Ammonia is needed with
GOLD DUST
With little water and less effort you oan clean
anything about the house better, easier and
cheaper than with Soap or any other cleanser.
Once try it, you'll always buy ib
Mid. only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
Mr* York.    Bono*,    St. Louis.     Montreal.
WE CARRY CARPETS, W}$
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND ji
CHINA MATTING. *
IRON BEDS a Specialty
$3 and up.
I
Goods can be furnished to any'part ot Lardeau on very shorl notic?
as the service is such that delivery tttn be tftade in one day frorrt Nelson.
No Chargefor packing *^<^-i^*������-'-*->>��-����^-��>*>*��..->��^.,.,.. .;.
ti** 'f,i ..........
Funeral Directors and I
Embalmers. I
(Graduate ol >,!'"'�� College.ol Embalming]     .*
Can attend case at Ferguson at ten    ft
I  hours notice if advised by wire. ��
;|������ e��. <��� .-,�������� . ��_, _<^_��.��^��>..
D. J. Robertson * Cp:
NELSON, B. C.
PRIVATE DINING  ROOMS FOR
LADIES.
HEADQUARTERS Foil C0JIMER-
OIAI. AM)  MlXI.Nii MEN.
THEI
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON �� SLINGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAKE MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. ,C.,  Opposite the Postoffice.
Capital Authorized, 41,000.000
Capital (paid up) - <|,(p2n
Ke_t   .......   2,6.0,000
HEAD OFFICE!
idrbntd,''Ontario-
i ��� i.       . r j.
Branches in tho !-. ortbwest Territories. Provinces 'ot British Columbia,   Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.
T. lt. MEBRITT, President. D. H. WI.LKIE, Vice-Pres. and (Jon. Man,
K. HAV, Assistant Gen. Manager. ' W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector.
Ferguson,   B.   C.   Branch���A   General   Banking   Business   Transacted,
Savings Department���Deposits rece/ved and interest allowed.
Draft. Sold available in AU i>arts of Canada,
rolled Htales and Europe.
s*>ei*lal attontlon given to collections ami
MinhiK HomlK.
If. MACDONALD
���   ��� Manager
Everybody  Our Special
smokes    	
-AND-
The Union
CiaAR
Thoy are all Union mndo nml of the
bent Havana Tobacco money can
buy. Try one ami Brttisfy yourself
aatollielrqiialllv,
Union Cigar
Factory. H.A.
H \t O \\ s*.  Prcr.
^���^HM^^l]H|K||t-��$-iMHHilHH|Nl SH..4   < i<   *.
t Lardeau .. $
Hotel
4y
Fi
^���K
.-t
\\'e try to jji.vc satisfac
:������>
tion to our   jru'csls,
���5. V*
'..<���
f
f.     Laughton > Bras- W
tJt ProprU tor.:
LIVERY AND CARTAGE, f
|       KIRKPATRICK & HILLMAN f
}    Have Stables at Ferguson, Trout Lake nnd Beaton, $
(Whore thoy keep light and heavy vehicles, single and W
double drivers, saddle and puck horses for hire. f^
(Also proprietors of tho stnio route running between Vj
the above points, making three trips weekly. f\
I *_= -.���.--.���= -SATiePAOTION GUARANTEED.,��� == Yf
W-W-JfWtOfXIfWWflt
1 Local   and General.
i Tuny   Becker  left   ior   Slpuan
S.i,.iii,(I:iy.
Phil O'Connor took  in  tho Spokane |
fair this vvei k.
frank Kolten was upifrom Poplar on
Saturday Inst.
A number of Ferguson miners are
.   King down in Kaslo,
I' tsh ojjps and butter arc h;ml to
[i  . i old o! In Fergusi n,
Mrs' A. KovorB uf Revelstoko was in
l-'crgusou Wcdnesclnv,
J. A. Wettnoro of tho Imperial Bank,
Trout Lake, wns in Perguson Saturday.
Jas. Sanders of Kaslo was around
f(athorin�� ballot boxes on Wednesday.
Loweryhas announced that he will
start a newspaper at Poplar in about a
inoi th.'
li. J. Uoi't.ni of the  I
is Bpontung in*
hol;
mperittl
lays at
. J3a
���foke.
The election is over
true to the old adage,
comes a calm."
and Ferguson is
'After the storm
Men  are  still   rushing  t
look at thc
creek to have a
Poplar
immense
i-;i,i
u
Bodge, Sam Sutherland and K. G. Woodward wero in
Trout Lake Tuesday.
The lend shows lots cf freo gold at
the bottom of tbe shaft, on the Lucky
Jack nt Poplar creek.
Mrs. A. C. Cumtoins went south today to spend a few weeks visiting in
lliu Boundary district.
Kev. 11. A. Solly, the Chure.. of
England rector at Trout Luke, Is building a nice little church,
Snow fell at Ferguson Sunday and
part of Monday, but it melted away
nearly as fast as it fell. No\v for good
weather.
The volume of business done at the
Trout Lako express oflice is probably
larger than at any other place of its
bize in Canada.
There was it rahlc Wednesday night
uf Mr. Reoves' horse and saddle. .las.
Cummings made tlio lucky throw and
won tho outfit.
We certainly nre in great need of a
customs olliee at Trout Lake, where thc
receipts from one company alone
amounts lo about $10,000 per month.
The Eva stamp mill was started on
Monday last, but some of thc machinery was broken before, three hours had
elapsed and the mill was closed for
repairs.
It. T. Lowery does seem to take delight in doing thiugs contrary to the
way most men would. For instance, on
Monday ntijht at Lardo he took a bath
in tho cold waters of Kootenay lake,
stopping off thc gang plank to do it,
and ho eidn't take lime to remove his
clothes, either. Queer man, is Lowery.
Loonlfl With ii I'nyntrt'iik.
Old papers for sale at EAGLE office,
Ti pays to use the telephone. A trip
can often be saved to Trout Lako, l_ea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
the phuiic. Qffice in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
Orders foi furniture will be filled as
c*uiekly and with better results at the
wholesale aud retail store o\ I). .1.
Flohinson & Co., Nelson, than anywhere elso in the province,
* Smokers: If you want tho GENUINE "Union" unci "Our Special"
CIGAR see that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters on every box.
-H. A. Brown," Rovelstoke, B.C.
FOR SALE���The building nnd corner lot now occupied by the barber
shop and shoo store on Main'street,
Ferguson, drawing good rent permanently. Apply 13, (!.Woodward, EAGLE
oflice.
Order a ping-pong set, framed or
unframed pictures, picture frames,
drawing requisites, books, magazines
or anything in this line of goods from
tlie Canada Drug & Book Co., Revel]
stoke, B. C. Mall orders attended to
promptly.
PROPERTY FOR SALETLotNo.
10, iu bloek 55, on Main street, next to
Ferguson hotel, and lots (1 aud 7, in
bhick 1, also on Main street near post
oflice. Thoso aro vory desirable lots
and can be purchased cheaply. Apply
to F. G. Woodward, EAGLE ollico.
j I PROFESSIONAL
.  t
CARDS.
���    ������������������������4 -*-���-��������������������&���������"������<������
! O   B. N. WILKIE,
J   V-^ ��� I'. I,. 8.
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Oflice.
i mndo uml Crown Grants
Obtalnod.
Trout Luko.
H. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST,
Revelstoke,
B. C.
w
ILLIAJI A. BAUElt,
GO TO-
CUMMINS'
FOR
FINK
CONFECTIONERY,
FANCY
BISCUITS,
TOBACCOS,
FRUIT, ETC.
Ferguson,
B. O.
��� . ��� ��� ��� ��� ��**>*��� ��� 4 44444 ��� ���������������������������j.
t  FERGUSON   I
Lardeau Minora'  Union   Hospital.
J. V. Hooves was operated upon at
tho Miners' Union hospital on Friday
last for append lei tisjby UosidentPbysP
eian W. K. Noweombc, assisted by Dr.
'���a-.iiT of Camborne, Thu operation
proved very successful and the patient
is doing as well as could bo expected.
Mr, Reeves has tho sympathy of overy-
person in tlie couitmiulty in his re-
^���rotable Illness.
Doc Meldrura, who has beon in the
hospital since the middle of August)
: iffering from a dislocation of itti anklo,
loft tho institution Wednesday for the
��� ������-!. time.    I!;; will remain down town.
Many complimentary remarks are
heard about the appearance of tbo
hospital since the outside. Improve-
: lents woro complotod.
Zinc Mon in New Fields.
The Missouri and Kansas zinc operators 'are reaching out into broader
Holds and are said to havo bonded a
number of nine properties lu British
Columbia, Including somo in the Slocan section. It Is proj osod to erect a
zinc smelter ou tlie coast, near Vancouver, believing that ores can be
shipped from tho Kootenay country to
tho coast at a favorable rato via tlie
,llra Hill lines. This enterprise appears to bu in competition with .similar
enterprises in thut province which aro
festered and controlled by the Cana-
dlau Pacific Railroad company. Tho
Lanyon Zinc company of Kansas is tho
one specially mentioned. This is noted
here as evidence of the growing Importance of the zinc Industry.���Mining-
Reporter.
READ THE EAGLE.
���
Having purchased the
Perguson Meat Market we
are prepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of
Fresh and cured meats. A
good supply of Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Sausages, Hams
and Bacon  always on hand.
P. BURNS k CO.
NELSON PAIR
Sept. 24 and 25,
Firs*, minimi .xliil'Ulon ol tlio
Nelson Ajjri.ultiirnl and  Industrial
Association.
���!-SOI,II> OAYS-2
s-wlii*.- tuul sport, mnsulllL'Oiil tllsplny
, Vogottlblpa, 1'nnu Prodi ,Klowors,
null*, 1'ointry, Duns i.n.i tho prontom
Honor Mlnomlsovor exhibited in nrlt*
lumblB.
Ol slghl
ol I'-rall
Homos,
colloi'tli
Isli i
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
Surreys ol Mines, Mineral Claims Bud
Crown Lands. Crown Grants Obtained nml Assossmonts Managed
lor Absentee,*.
Ofllees:   Camborno nml Vancouver
WM.
DEVEREUX,
p. i., s.,
CIVIL and
MIXING
ENGINEER.
TJOBERT HOPGE,
HAI'.ltia'lT.It,' ETC.1 '
Solicitor for
The Imperial ISiinli
Ferguson, 15. C.
OFFICE���In tlio Ophir Lado block.
II
AltVK.V, Mi'CARTER ,. PINKHAM,
15iirri>tcrs, Solicitcrs, etc.
Offices: fiovolsioko, Golden, and Ferguson. Solicitors lor Imperial Bank
of Canada
Geo. S. McCarter.
A.M. Pinkham.
J. A, Harvej*.
ELLIOTT,
!    -TIRED 0, EI.
t Barrister,  Notary Public etc.
��� TROUT LAKE CITY B, 0��� AND ���
I 4
I FERGUSON,   B.   C.   I
4*44*4 ��-*fc-_-+-----�� ���������..���������������������
LACROSSE.
ROCK DRILLING.
S'ortli StiirTeam vs. ymtrTenm, for 11,000,
WM in othor prlxesfor rock ilrilllug.
I'hii'LT mining in opofritlon oaoli day,
WALLOON   ASCENSION
\i,.l Pnrashnto Drop of 2,000 foot unci. Hay.
Baby Show on First Day.
omuls and l.uilttlnga iUumtnalail ovening
BAND CONCERTS.
$1,000
Production of the opera '
nn" in tho Opera iloui
evening.
MIKA
c ocali
:..��____i
15. C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL Sri'l'LY CO. ua.
VANCOUVER, II. V.
\Hsiiyerw, -tlioin*-
etnl'jnnrters f.
A' .Mill    Sup;,lie
c. Ior Morgan c
Unglair
CiuyFi
. >o)e agonts in n.
leiblo Co., llattersen,
Iriiilll *���: Co.'s I'ntiMit
niers.iiio.iWm.Ains-
llnlmices ele.,
ttMMMi.iSKti&<
Watches, Clocks and
Jewelry.
&
.lOHNsrONE. President.
J. E. ANNAHLE, Secretary,
There is only one best mining Journal.
That is
Mines and Minerals.
It hns a larger circulation than any two other
American mining journals because it is the
beat. Jt Ih llic largest, best Illustrated and
handsomest mining journal fn tho world. It
is a mining papal? for mining men. Subscription price if^.oo per year. Send for free sample
copy. AddrCBH MINES AND MINERALS, Scranton, Pa., U. S, A. Denver offloos, Uartli Bldg.,
Denver- Col
WATCHES
��
I have high grade
\Vallham, Vanguard,
Crescent, Street,
C. P. R. Special,
Elgin, Father Timo,
Veritas and B. W.
Raymond's.
I have  Eight-Day, Gon
Strike and Nickle Clocks.
J. V. REEVES,
Jeweler and Optician,
FERGUSON, 8, C.
We have made. provision for very
t'xl.i'iisive snles tliirino* August. Call
an tl examine our stock before placing an
on ler.
Tea and Coffe
/3
We make a -specialty of Pure Teas and
Rich Coffees.
Summer .Clothing,  Boots and Hats of the  best
make and large assortment.
yMcKinnon * Sutherland I
New Goods for the   Trade.
��� ���!>
CROCKE7-IY AND GLASSWARE.
The best soleotsd siecl: tlmt has over been .hown In tho Lardeau.
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT.
A new lot ol Hardware covering everything used in mine or tho bush
BOOTS AND CLOTHING.       '
A fine lino of waterproof Hoots for prospectors and bushmon.
Clothing: for all purposes anda full stock.
Gr. B. Batho & Co..
THE POST OFFICE STORE.
I.    I
4='
THE :::KING^S' M^bF
&	
i.9'
Well lighted and heated by hot
air furnace. Tables supplied
with the best the market affords.
Rates $1.50 Per Day
V
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 Fer8fuso���':,Packine
Freighting
and
Transfer Outfit.
Contracts entered Into for packing of Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point In tho district.
Good, prompt servico, and any work undertaken guaranteed.   Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Forguson
a specialty.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
perguson Hotel
McDONELL & BLACK.
-"���        Proprietors.
FERGVSON, B. C.
^T^Kr^^^^ \
METAL QUOTATIONS.
New York Market.
Silver���Bar    $ 50.
Lead���100 lb.      4.50
Copper     m. 75
LARD!
Vol. IV, No 36,
Ferguson, B. C, OCTOBER 16, 1903.
$2 a Year
nun
The Lardeau Is Keeping up Its End
In MineJDevelopment
and Output.
Tbe Boundary Distriot Also Shows
Great Aotlvlty���But Pew Idle
Men in Kootenays.
The Metropolitan Gold and Silver
Mining company chat Is operating the
Triuno mine above Ferguson, have
had a remarkably good summer, and,
departing from tbe plan of former
years, they will work the property all
.winter. Thoy ar.e letting a contraot
for several hundred feet of tunneling
to develop the mine further and thus
open up new stoping ground. This
will give the company a chance to
make next season a record-breaker in
ore shipments. It is hoped to hare the
tramway in shape to handle the output
by the time they are ready to ship
next year, and that will greatly lessen
the transportation costs. The Triune
looks good though there -was a lot of
fine ore taken out the past summer. .
The Silver Cup has a large force at
work, most of wbleh are working on
the outside getting ready for the winter
and making ready to ship on'a large
Scale over the new trams to the com*
pany's compressor at Fivo Mile.
Probably no mining company ln British Columbia spent so much money In
development and Installing new machinery the past season as the Silver
Cup Mines, Ltd., but It Is questionable
if there is a better mining proposition
ln the province having silver-lead ore
than tbe same mine. Certainly no
company is more deserving of good results than tbis one, and few have better chances of reaping big dividends.
The Cup is a remarkably good mine
and Is owned by a company that Is not
afraid to spend money In order to obtain the best results.
Tbe production for the year ending
June 30,1803, of the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power
company of Phoenix, B. C. amounted
to 12,551,000 pounds of fine copper,
277,000 ounces of silver, and 36,121
ounces of gold, for wbieb was received
the sum of $2,232,741, while the rents
and real estate sales brought in $38,-
511, making a total of (2,371,252. The
foregoing represents the net proceeds
as the freight to New York, refining
and all other charges are deducted
from the gross receipts. The costs are
put down ae follows: Working expense
at the mine and smelter, $1,136,830;
foreign ore purchased, $72,954; foreign
material purchased, $706,004; making a
total of $1,975,789. The neb profit la,
therefore, $295,463, which together
with tho surplus for the proceeding
year brlngi up the total to $693,535.
During the year there was expended
on new construction at tbe mines and
smelter tbe sum of $207,000.
Haloyon Sanitarium.
An Eaole representative had the
pleasure a month since of spending a
day,at the Halcyon Springs hotel,
situated on the upper Arrow lake and
managed by Mr. Thos. McNanght.
The place has been described so often
In the press that a repetition in detail
is not-aecesBary.
The hotel is a large one, having
four sitting rooms, 55 bedrooms and
bathing rooms, with attendants for
both ladies and gentlemen. The system of baths is most complete, Including Turkish, Russian, shower, plunge,
vapor and tub batbi. The water used
Ib tbe natural temperature as it comes
fr.mth��iBrlngM!��yt,3<>P rttUbow.
A billiard room and saloon nre In a
detached building 100 feet away, and
situated above the hotel are five neat
cottages. All these have lavatories
and private plunge baths. The hotel
has a public parlor and reading room,
a postoffice, money-order office, express
and telegraph offices and a C. P, R.
agent Is stationed in the hotel.
An excellent view Is obtained from
the balconies of the mountains and the
beautiful Arrow lakes stretebing out
ln front, and the C. P. R. boats aod
barges plying back and forth between
Arrowhead aod West Robson. The
climate is always pleasant except for
an abundance of rain, Vegetables of
all kinds thrive and tne hotel Is supplied from the gardens. Though Halcyon is small it has most of the features of a town. Mr. McNaught Is a
magistrate and a provincial constable
is aldo stationed at the hotel, Baseball grounds and a lawn tennis court
are provided for the use of guests, and
Mr. andiMrs. McNaught do their best
to provide entertainment for guests.
The springe have great curative
powers ln rheumatic troubles.*
A Chicken Shooting Soene.
The September picture presented to
readers of the Weekly Free Press, is
one which Is sure to appeal to every
one throughout the West. Nothing
could be more appropriate at the
present season. The ploture is a
sr.klngly artistlo reproduction1 ln the
original colors, of the painting "Scenting," by the celebrated painter, D. W.
Huntington. It shows a sportsman out
after prairie chicken. The manner in
whioh his two dogs are shown at work
will delight every dog-lover and sportsman: The. scene Is a typical Western
one���an expanse of stubble, with
bushes In tbe background, some low
hills blue on tbe far horizon, tbe sky
flecked with a few light clouds, and
over all the cloar September sunlight
New Office Furniture.
The Great Northern Mining com-
pany,througb their secretary-treasurer
R. Hodge, had a large roll-top desk
and a largo safe put In their office during the week. The business of the
company has Increased so much of
late that the newly.lnstalled furniture
was made necessary, This company
now bave probably the best furnished
office ln the Lardeau.'country and the
scope of their business is increasing
month by month.
Minor Losses of Oold.
"Where gold is bandied gold Is lost,"
is an axiom among those who bave
handled this article, not te spend, but
to deliver to others. Mints make recovery from the sweeping of the. oar-
pets in front of tho counters on which
tbe bullion is sold. Jewelers have a
yearly dividend from their refuse, and
special methods of recovery have been
devised, In fact, Simpson, one of the
earliest patentees of processes using
eyanlde of potassium in ore treatment,
ad.oo_.ted this treatment in recovering
gold and silver from jewelers' sweeps.
Even shippers of coined gold to London count upon some loss In transit.���
Pacltio Miner.
A " Prospeot" Defined.
A "prospect" is what Ub name implies, It is a promising piece of undeveloped ' mining proporty with a
prospect, with the accomplishment of
the necessary work, of developing into
a producing mine, Prospects are
characterized as good or very good tn
accordance with the surface showings
they have. Rich ore at the surfaee
warrants the ground as being regarded
asgood,.or even a splendid prospect.
Tho best authorities, while characterizing a prospect as good, will not
guarantee results with development.
They may report* that Indications are
favorable for ore, but none who value
their reputation would guarantee nb-
���oluttly the opening of this ore.
The Minister of Militia Has Scheme
for Strengthening Dominion
Fighting Foree.
Strong Military Establishment
>of a Hundred Thousand Men
to be Maintained.
A dispatch from Ottawa, dated Oct.
9th, states that the minister of militia,
on the subject of his estimates, made
an important speech in the house. He
spoke of the importance of strengthening the militia. Canada had already
had to'protect herself from invasion
from abroad and from within. In 1867
the expenditure on tbe militia was 32
cents a head and It was 60 cents last
diplomatic Instruments that International history has bronght forth is on
its way to conclusion between France
and England."
NOTHa
It is most probable that there will be
war between Russia and Japan.
Messrs. O. Reed and Ed. Ward shot
two black bear on Tuesday.
It is now believed that tbe retult of
tbe Alaskan Boundary Commission
will be a compromise
Daney's toams are still busy hauling
machinery for the concentrator and
supplies for the camp. The teams are
loaded with ore going down.        ���
Hon. Geo. JO, F.oster has -accepted
the invitation of Hon. Josoph Chamberlain to assist the latter in his campaign
for tariff reform in England.
Black smallpox is prevalent in Spokane, and many who attended the fruit
fair were put in quarantine 'n'nii were
not allowed to leave tho city. It is an
open question lf W. B. Pool and B.
Crilly escaped.
British Columbia carried oil the bulk
of the first prizes at tbe Spokane fair.
year.
He looked forward to having one
hundred thousand men ready fur service.  Of these he would proceed with
the enlistment of forty thousand. [ Ymir won first prize for tho best free*
Twenty-five per cent of tho whole'milling exhibit and first'prize for the
would be called upon for annual drill,'finest gold nugget' Greenwood took
but all the officers and non-commis 1 first prize for gold-silver-copper ores,
sioned officers would have to drill. The' Poplar Creek took first prize for the
other 60 percent would be called upon I best exhibit ot gold In quartz, and Slo
when required for emergency, and lean a second for silver-lead ores,
would be supplied with arms and am-! It is Intimated that within the next
munition. The headquarters camp -few weeks the proposed change il **on-
would be secured at a central point nection with the route from the main
where the whole force of Canada would
be brought together for militia evolutions on a large scale,
The permanent force is to be increased aod an ordnance branch organized. He would proceed at once with
the ordnance corps, engineer corps and
Strathcona Horse, whioh was to be located at Calgary.
In five years be predicted Canada
would bave the best lighting organizations on earth.
A Challenge.
To the Editor of the Lurdeau Eaglo:
Sir: Mr. Galliher, on the platform
at Ferguson, accused the Socialist
party of being a confiscating party but
he failed to furnish any proof to bear
out his accusation, and I hereby challenge Mr. Galliher or any of his party
to prove tbat such Is Intended by the
Socialists as a party. I, as a Socialist,
charge tbat the Liberal partv is a confiscating party, nnd have already
granted options to confiscate the wealth
of the many and put it into the hands
of the few.   Yours truly, Socialist.
Burns Has Opposition.
P. Burns & Co. aro in for strong opposition In the dressed meat business
in the Boundary towns. A new company, to be known ns the Union Meat
Co., started tn business on Oct. 1st ut
at IPhoenlx. Greenwood and Grand
Forks. The four gentlemen Interested
are W. S. Macey of Phoenix, and W.
M. Law, James Kerr and J. P. Flood
of Greenwood,
line of the Canadian Pacific at Revelstoke In the Kootenays will be effected.
The result of the chango will be that
the lower Arrow lake steamship service will be abandoned forthe winter
at least, and that passenger traffic will
be handled from Arrowhead to Nakusp, thence by the Nakusp and Slo-
kan railway to Rosebery, thence by
steamer to Slocan City and then to
Slocan Junction via the Slooan branch.
A new time table will probably be devised.���Rossland Miner.
Great Britain and France.
Paris, Oct. 10.���Dispatches from
New York summarizing the exclusive
announcement made in Associated
Press dispatches from Paris oK Thursday last of a practical conclusion of tbe
treaty of arbitration Betweert' France
and Great Britain today occupy a most
prominent placo In the newspapers of
this oity. ,    ,
The Matin gives tbe announcement
with sensational prominence, with portraits of Foreign Minister Declasse and
Foreign Secretary Lansdowne'. After
quoting the Associated Prists dispatches, asoabledhere from New, York,
the Matin adds:
"We are in a position to say the
news contained in this Important dis-
patch Is oorrect to its general lines, enough ore blocked out to keep the
Mtdtbftt on* of tbe mtt Infrr-atln-j^U. running ��U winter,
Civil Servioe Reform.
A late dispatch from Victoria says:
Since returning to the capital after
tho election, tho cabinet ministers have
gone into the question of civil service
reform, a matter which they were
pledged to take up If granted an extension of office by the country.
Several reductions of the working
Btaff have already been decided upon
where It could be done without impar
Ing the efficiency of the service.
About ten or twelve civil servants
will be dropped, these being in the
main temporary assistants. Tho list
Includes two men In the land registry
office, Victoria, one vacancy In the
same department which will not be
filled; two in the lands and work
office, Victoria, and two or throe others
on the outside connected with tho same
department.
Vancouver will lose one from Its land
registry office, a caretaker from tbe
court house, and a stenographer.
The ohange takes place In six weeks
and will effect a saving of $20,000
yearly.
It will not be the polloy of the government to reduce salaries generally,
but it Is understood this will be done
In theease uf Seymour Hastings O'Dell,
secretary to the minister of finance,
Criterion and Rossland.
The stamp mill of the Criterion-
Rossland mine at Camborne, although
ready for some weeks, has not been
given a trial rnn yet on account of delay in getting iron pipes. Part of tbe
necessary pipe was received last week
and the balance is looked for any day.
Development at the mine is progressing steadily and a lot of high-grade ore
is being blocked out in readiness for
starting up the mill.  There is now
JG'
A Well Known British Officer Whc
Was With the Americans
in Cuba in it.
The  New  Marquis  of   Salisbury
.-. Takes Position Held by *
His Father. -<
The interesting announcement was
made on the llth inst. tbat'the new
Marquis of Salisbury (late Viscount
Cranborne) will enter the cabinet as
lord of the privy seal, the office hold by
his father until his retirement last
year, when Mr. Balfour assumed the1
post without taking the salary of
$10,000, specially attached to it when
the late Marquis of Salisbury took the
position. The cabinet now consists of
19 members. ':
The appointment of Lieutenant.
Colonel William Bromley-Davenport,
M. P., ub financial secretary to the
war office, cabled on the 10th inst., is
confirmed, and the following additional
minor appointments have been made:
Secretary to the admiralty, Ernest
G. Prettyman; civil lord to the admiralty, Major Arthur H. Lee, M. P.:
junior lord of tbe treasury, Major Bal-
cares, M. P.; treasurer of the liduua-
hold, the Marquis of Hamilton.
The new civil lord of the admiralty,
Major Lee, was British military attache with the United States army in
the Spanish American war and military attache to the British embassy at
Washington 1890-1900. He was parliamentary private secretary to Arnold
Forster, secretary of tho admiralty:
in 1901,     	
O. P. R. Rates.
The new tariff on freight rates pre-'
mulgated by the Canadian Faeiflc railway, as far as can be gathered, will ber
of Immense advantage to tbe West and
Northwest. It is impossible to single
out items, but there is a substantial reduction on wheat and flour to Fort
William and all eastern points, and
this it is said ought to mean a total advantage this season to the farmers of
over ono million of dollars.
Reductions, of course, are also made,
on various other articles and general'
merchandise, not only over the main
line, but also on the branches and
leased lines. As regards Calgary the
effect of all this, especially as it covers
the Calgary and Edmonton branch,
will bo very extensivo and ought io
stimulate trade in our city to an enormous extent. A lowering of charges,
naturally reduces the cost, of a**ticles*
placing thom within the reach of a
larger number, and consequently the
volumo of business is very milch increased.
In many cases even a Bmai) reduction is sufficient for manufacturers or
wholesale merchants to establish
branch departments, and the'way now
seems fully open to those people to
come in large numbers to Calgary.
Tbe action of tbe company ought to
be much appreciated by the people
and will havo, we also feel, a direct
impulse on the company's business in
the way of increasing the freight to be
carried.���Calgary Herald,
The stoppage of the Kaslo-Lardo
trips of the steamer Kaslo mentioned
ln this column yesterday will have no
effect on the Lardo mail service which
will continue as hitherto. Tbe Lardo
mail is taken to Kaslo by the steamer
Kaslo and from tbat point is carried
up the lake by the C. P. R., consequently there Is no interference with
it by ronson of the discontinuance of
.tbe Kaslo's trips to Lardo.-Nel8on
���N*)W|. eae
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Lardeau Eagle
Published every   FrWay at Ferg - od, B. C
C. G. WOODWARD,
lowborn all correspondenceihouldbe mulled.
Subscription Rates: |2.00 per annum, to
any address In America ;|1.26 for six months;
12.50 a year to foreign addresses. No pay, no
paper.
Advertising Kates: Display ads., $1.00 per
single column inch per month. Legal ads., 12
cents per (uonparlel) line for firstinsertton; 8
cents per line for each additional Insertion.
Rf.i_.diHp notices 10 cents per line each issue.
Ninety day legal notices, |10.: sixty days, ?7.30;
tUlrly days, Jo. -No ads. accepted at less than
these rates.  No room lor quack ads.
- s
Four weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10, 19(0.
MARTIN'S EXIT.
We see much comment on the retirement ot Hon. Joseph Martin
Irom politics, but however strange
it may seem, the press oi the province, both Liberal and Conservative,
is unanimous in asserting a belief
that the country will suffer no loss
in Joe's retirement.
After figuring so prominently as
Jos. Martin has in the game ol politics for the past twenty years it
seems strange that he has not some
friends who will express sorrow at
this latest step. Yet it is not so
'strange to one who has followed
Mr. Martin's political record in
British Columbia and formerly in
Manitoba. He is undoubtedly a
man of a great deal of ability, but
we certainly believe he does not put
it to good use in politics.
SEEKING A LEADER.
tive in promoting or secretly conniving at the very things that have
made the late government smell to
heaven." 	
EDITORIAL NOTES.
lt seems to be the general belief
that the present government ot B.
C. will prove a good one and the
best for the country that we have
ever had. If McBride lives up to
the platform of the party, which
undoubtedly he will, the province
will be well governed for the next
four years. The government have
a majority of two over all and on
most of the measures that will be
introduced we think the two Socialists will support the government.
The Clarion says: " While the
Clarion cannot speak for the Socialist party, it is of the opinion
that Comrades Hawthornthwaite
and Williams will support the Conservatives or any other government
which will give the workers of the
province the most in their interests."
Ferguson did not experience a
growth during the past season that
came up to expectations, but the
district made great advancement.
The season was very wet and cold,
some of the mining companies did
not start operations till late and
several ol our mining men were late
returning from the outside. Then,
although two sawmills were cutting
steadily, the output was contracted
for in advance by the Silver Cup
mine for use at Five Mile. There
will be a largely increased number
of men working in the camp this
coming winter and the town will be
prosperous as tar as one can judge
in advance.
The Liberals of the province np
pear to be experiencing no little
difficulty in selecting a leader for the
party in the house. Some thought
Mclnnes would be the man if Mar
tin were out of the way, but a some'
what unnexpected opposition has
sprung up in some of the strongest
wings of the party and there is
liable to develop no end of discontent and trouble before an accept*
able leader can be decided upon.
Smith Curtis, ex-M. L. A. for
Rossland, was approached by a
Miner representative last week for
an opinion regarding the leadership.
He said in part:
"Mclnnes is absolutely impossible if Liberalism is to emerge
from the cold shades of opposition
by putting honorable men at the
helm of the Liberal ship. The
course of Mclnnes for the past two
and a half sessions of the late legislature was in every way as bad as
that of Martin, and in some ways
even worse. He, Martin and
Eberts were all in the same boat,
promoting the Dunsmuir and C. P.
R. Corporative interests to the detriment of the province. Mclnnes
stood for the attempted looting ot
the {province of its lands and cash
and actually went on the hustings
in Victoria and urged the election
of Colonel Prior, whose selection
meant the endorsation of the huge
grants of land and money promised
Mackenzie & Mann for their Canadian Northern railway scheme.
Later he joined Prior's government,
with its inherited load of the sins of
the Dunsmuir government. No,
no, Mclnnes won't do at all tor
leader, and should not even be allowed in the caucus of the party.
He has done nothing to save or protect the country from bad government and iteals, but was mostac
As will be seen on another page,
the C. P. R. are contemplating
some changes in connection with
the Lardeau .route and also the
Arrow Lake route for the winter
months. The discontinuance of the
boat service between Nakusp and
Robson will, however not interfere
with the mail service, though it will
necessitate a number of changes for
passengers making the trip. The
change of time on the Kootenay
lake will make travel and mail more
convenient for this end of the run.
Most ofthe members of the present legislative assembly have
pledged their support to certain
measures drafted by the Provincial
Mining Association that will be ot
benefit to quartz mining throughout
the province. So we may expect
to obtain due recognition for the
mining industry and the statutes
amended to conform with the needs
of this growing business.
The October number of the Mining Record has an excellent write-
up ot the Lardeau district from the
pen of E. Jacobs, who went through
the country in August and looked it
over thoroughly. Mr. Jacobs is a
conscientious writer and what he
sends out can be depended upon to
be accurate, and what is more he
takes great pains to find out existing conditions in detail when he
visits a mine or a camp.
Notice to Delinquent Co-Ownen.
To Z. Gordon Goldberg or JL Holt!burg, or to
any person or persons to whom they may
have trmiHferrea their Interests ln the Little
Kobert und Little Itottert No. 2 miner claims
situate at tbe head of tbe north fork ot Lardeau creel*., and adjoining tbe Mack Warrior
group on the southeast. In tho Trout Lake
Mining Division of \Ye-*t Kootenay Distriot.
You are hereby notified that I have expended
two hundred and live dollars and twenty-tlvc
cents (?_or*.W), in labor nnd improvements on
tho above mentioned mineral claims for thc
current year ln order to hold said mineral
claims under tbe provisions of thc mineral
Act, and lf within ninety davs from the date
of this notico you fail or refuse to contribute
your proportion of sueh expenditures together
with all cost of advertising, your Interest in
said olaims will become the property of thc
subscriber; under section 4 ol an Act entitled
An Aot to Amend ibe Mineial Act, 1900.
Dated at Ferguson this loth day of July, 11X13.
Subicrlbe for the Lardeau BMW/'
For
Go To
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J. O. PIPER,
Trout Lake,
Amen.
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When yon are but-
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either bo ft or stiff,
R'c to il that the
genuine UNION
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If a realler has
loose latjls ln his
���r-*-tsseBBio,i and oilers to pit one in a
hat for you, do not
pfttronlzo him. He
has not any riL'ntio nave loose labels. Loose
labels in retail stores are counterfeits. Do not
listen to any explanation as to why the hat
has no laln-1. Tlie Genuine Unli-ii Label is
perforated on the four edges exactly tho same
as a postHge stamp. Counterfeit's aro sometimes perforated on three of thc (,'dpes, and
sometimes only on two. Keep a shi' rp lookout
for the counterfeits, Unprincipled manufacturers are using them ln order to get rid of
their Bcab-mtide hats. The John B. Stetson
Oo, of Philadelphia, ra., is non-union concern
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Our stock Is new and very
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We do anything in line ol
Picture Framing.
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SOUTH of Ferguson lie the
phenominally rich
FREE MILLING GOLD
camps   of  Pop'ar   and
Rapid creeks, and
NORTH of Ferguson lies Fish
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Business Lots $150 up.
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A voluminous weekly Journal, abundantly newsy and inlorniatory. Tho printing
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and demerits ol Western stocks hare been moro numerous than ever.
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