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Array HOTAtTJOdTAIIOHS.
Silveb���Bar.;'.'..'/"..'..'... .', 47*.
Lead    .3.50
Copper...    $12.25
life
The Eagle is more widely
CIRCULATED THAN ANY OTHER
NEWSPAPER IN NORTH KOOTENAY���IT WILL HE FOUND AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
1
Vol   III, No   SO
Ferguson, B. C, January 23rd, 1903
$2 aYear
Gives Details for Financing Colonies.
300,000,000 TO BE ADVANCED
The Colonial Secretary Suggests
That The Imperial Government
Appoint a Commission to Enquire into Labor Problem.
A dispatch from Johannesburg,
South Africa, says Colonial Secretary
Chamberlain at the banquet given
him Saturday the 17th inst,, delivered
a speech in- which he gave for the
"���a time the details which have been
arranged lor tho financing of the colonies. Ho described the arrangement as
"an unique and unprecedented action"
.on the part of the Imperial government, and one that was satisfactory to
the representative associations that
had met there. The proposal, ho
said, was first that the governmen
undertake to submit to the imperia-
parliament a bill to guarantee a loan
of 8175,0(10,000 on the security of the
assets ef the Transvaal and Orangla,
which wero being united for this purposo. Tho loan would be raised aB
soon as the Imperial parliament
would givo its consent, the money
being devoted to paying the existing
debts of        the       (Transvaal,
buying the existing railroads, providing for tho construction of new lines
allowing the expenditure for public
works and also providing for the land
settlement. This part of the plau will
place Drangia and the Transvaal
funds to carry out the development of
the country Tho second part of the
agreement provides that as soon as
possiblo after placing the first another
loan of $150,0(10,000 shall be ralsod to
be called up in annual installments of
$50;000,000. This second loan will bo
treated as a war debt and will be
secured on tliu assets of tho Transvaal.
Mr. Chamberlain said he hoped his
hearers would agree to these arrangements, which would be a happy augury
for tho unification of thc two colonies.
Ho then referred to the labor problem
at tho mines, and suggested thut tho
imporial govornmont should appoint
a commission to inquire into tho matter
lu all its details.
Cunildlitnn Boycotted.
The most notable event that has
occurred in Ireland for several generations has been the agreement on the
land question by the representative
landlords and tenants. Extreme landowners like Lord Londonderry, the
Duke of Abercorn, Lord Barrymore
and Lord Clonbrock, who at the outset
did their utmost to make the Dublin
Mansion house conference futile if not
rediculous, have sinco expressed
approval of Lord Dunraven's report.
They now seo that tho representatives of the tonants are moro than
willing to go half way in an ondeavor
to bring about peace in agrarian
Ireland. The rental to be dealt with
is just over ��5,000,000 and the amount
that the Imperial govornmont would
have to pay for a solution of tho great
problem would bo about ��600,000 a
year. Chief Secretary Wyndham is
anxious to make the most of the opportunity and it is believed; indeed, that
Premier Balfour and a majority of the
cabinet agree with the King that a
groat effort should now be made to settle the whole question.
Irish Lnnrt Que.tion.
The daily Express attemps it sensation today by the disclosure ot elforts
of British army officers to boycott
colonials who have been granted commissions. Iphe paper says that Hon.
Mr. Broderick, secretary for war, and
Lord Roberts have already taken
prompt steps to check this snobbery.
Adjutant-General Kelly-Kenny has
passed a memorandum commanding
officers to stop blackballing colonials,
as the good understanding with colonials Ib damaged by such unwarrantable
conduct towards morltorous men.
Nevertheless the express alleges that
fresh cases bave arisen and Colonials
have beon practically driven from the
service by cleverly applied ostracism.
As a consequence, colonial officers are
leaving the British Army for such
outside forces as the Egyption army,
West Indian regiments, and the
King's African Rifles. Tho Express
refrains from publishing names,
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Of the   Rich   Lardeau
District.
GOOD RESULTS ARE ATTAINED
Many of the Larger Properties are
Looking Eottfr Than Ever, the
Result of Desper Develop*
ment.
Trout Lako I.i-niimtlc Club.
Tbo conversazione held by the above
club in tbo Oddfellow's hall on Friday
last was a decided success. Dancing
and games were curriod on untill the
small hours in tlio morning. Supper
. was served ut 12 o'clock, after which
J. O, Piper gave one of his noted songs
entitled "Old King Colo." It Is the
intention of the club to give anjonter-
tainment on St. Patrick's day.���Contributed.
Toronto is facing a coal famine.
For tho first time in many years,
according to a London despatch the
Thames is frozen over. Intense cold
weather paevalls.
Guncotton and gelignite caused a
dreadful tragedy on the 14th inst., at
tlio Hamilton Powder Company's
works, Doparturo Bay. B. C. about
threo miles from Manaimo. The explosion killed 12 employes and broke
window panes throe miles away.
B. C. Minoi-n Association.
A Provincial British Columbia
Miner's Association has been formed
as a result of several meetings held
at Victoria by delegates of the mining
Interests from every section of the
province, and on Feb 25th a congress
of the representatives of tho local
mining associations throughout the
province will be bold in Victoria to
finally form the Miner's Association of
British Columbia with hoadvuarters
at tbat place.
To Elect Archbishop of Canterbury.
The members of tho Ancient Chapter of Canterbury met last Friday to
take tho first steps In the formal election of tho now archbishop of Canterbury in snncession to tho lato Dr.
Temple. Tho Chaptor clerk read a
letter recommendatory signed by
King Edward, the quaint phraseology
of whieh followed tho stylo set hundreds of years ago. The letter recom
mends the selection of Randall Thomas
Davidson, D. D., now bishop of Win*
Chester. Tho election is fixed for
January 27th.
THE CHURCHES.
Methodist.
Service will be held in Eagle hal
every Sunday commencing at 3 p. m.,
and alternate Sundays at S p. m. All
are Invited to attend.
S. J. Green, Pastor.
Anglican. V s ���
Divino service will be hold every
alternate Sunday in Eagle hall at 3 in
the afternoon.*   .
An invitation to attend is extended to
evervbodv; S; A, SOLLY,
Curate.
A Good share of tho interest
of the mining world is being
centered right hero in the Lardeau on
our rich veins of gold and silver ores.
This district has gained an almost
world wide reputation for richness and
lasting quality as the result of the
development of such properties as the
Nettie L., Silver Cup, Triuuo, Oyster-
Criterlgi**. Ophir-Lade, Eva, Beatrice,
Mountain Lion, Old Gold and many
others and yet the half is not known.
It is true that some of these
properties havo not been developed to
the shipping Btago but they all show
what mining men like to see, namely-,
greater values and oro in increasing
quantity as deptii is attained. This
makes tho Lardeau a safe lield for
investment as well as an ultimately
profitable ono.
Where tho Lardoau has au advantage over other districts is in the
large gold valuos that our ores contain.
Although tho ores are in most cases a
galena it invariably carries from 810
to $50 and in some cases over $100 i��
gold to the ton not.
The iprico of silver is now about
eight cents per oz. lower than it was a
year ago, and wo are quito convinced
tbat this is only temporary, but even
at the present price for that motal tho
net receipts for tbo oro from this distriot are not much diminished. It
means a big difference iu some districts
where tlie oro only carries 40 to UO
ounces of the whito metal but hero the
ore contains 100 to 1800 ounces silver,
averaging .00 ounces to tho ton. So
lhat combined with the lead und gold
which it also contains,-brings tho total
value up pretty high.
Next year a large numbor of properties that are now boing developed will
be added to the list of'shippers, in a
small way at Ilrst, but the chances are
bright for all thoso named abovo becoming largo producers and dividend
payors.
Reports continue to como ln from
the various properties that aro working showing now veins struck und ore
bodies widening but tho best report we
have had tbis week comes from the
Mountain Lion south property, where
foreman Brown is said to have tapped
another bodp of rich oro. This is said
to be tho most important discovery yet
made on the property.
The Lucky liny.
The Lucky Boy group consists of
four claims adjoining tbo Horseshoe
on Trout creek and having tho same
lead. The property had not much
development previous to the present
winter but adjoining properties, tbe
Horseshoe and Ruffled Grouso nre well
developed, and this work sorves to
show what will be met with on tbo
Lucky Boy.
Geo. W. Stead bought the Lucky
Boy last fall and put three men to
work about Dec. 15uli running a tunnel,
drifting on the vein. The work
proved very successful, and on Jan.
llllli 37 feot had been driven and Uie
proporty looked vory hopeful,
Ou Jan. Ist nearly a foot of solid
grey copper was encountered, which
has boeu found to be continuous, and
75 sacks of this oro havo been got
ready for shipment and will be raw-
hided to tho Luko in Fobruary. The
ore assays several hundred dollars to
the ton.
Mr. Stead is a mining man of large
experience In several of the camps on
the other side, having been associated
witli Senator Clark and others, but ho
thinks tbo Lardeau beats them all for
mineral, timber, water power and
many other natural advantages. He
says all that's wanted here is mon wbo
have money and will spend it and ail
that is needed to bring capitalists is a
little judicious advertising. Wi
boliovo Mr. Stead is right.
i in l
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Have Issued a Memorial
to the
BUSINESS HEN OF CANADA
Asking Assistance in Attempt to
Foster Lead Industry. Present
Tariff Not For Best interests
of Mining.
President l-toosevelt has consented to
prepare and have transmitted over
his signature the first formal message
by wireless telegraphy from the
United States across' the Atlantic
ocean. The message will be directed
to King Edward of Great Britain and
it it expected that the King will res
pond in a suitable manner by the same
method of transadlantlc communication
It will go from the Cape Cod station.
It is rumored that Californians propose to take steps towards curbing the
Influx of consumptives into that section from the .astorn States.
Congratulation*-.
Ed. Wurd rotui-Jed to Ferguson
Wednesday from Nova Scotia. Ed.
did what many more of Lardoau's
young men should do, he got married
and brought .Mrs. Ward back with
him to Ferguson. In conversation
with an Eaglo news gatherer ho said
we have moro snow than he has ever
seen at this time of the year, but he
is glad to get back to tho steady
mild climate of Ferguson. The Euglo
extends good wishes.
In the "Ledge"
An editor is a millionaire without
monoy, a congressman out of a job, a
king oil a throne. He constructs
without saw or hammer, builds railways without spikes or rails, and farms
without a plow. Ho runs a butcher
shop in tbo journalistic world and
deals out brains cheap for cash or
credit. Ho loves those wiio advertise
with him us ho loves himself. The
editor is a preacher, a lawyer, a loach-
or and ho sends truth out to save souls
and got lost hiuisolf. Ho heals thc
wounded, cares for the dying and ros-
cues the perishing, and starves himself whon a hum sandwich would jerk
him from tho juws of death.���Cumby
Rustler,
(lone to OUhtwii.
tion. Messrs. Prior arid Eberts, accompanied by R, E. (i-isnol, provincial
Statistician, atld Ji P, Babcook, superintendent of fisheries, left for Ottawa
on tbe 17lh to confer with Sir Wilfrid
Laurier und bis colleagues en several
important mailers affecting the mutual
relations of tho Dominion and the
province.
The Northwostorn Development
syndicate expect to have' their stamp
mill ready for operation shortly. Thp
aerial tramway to tho Goldfinch has
been completed.
The third payment on tho Eva mino
has boen made to A. F. Hosqnborger
by tho Calumet and B. C. Gold Mines,
Limited, amounting to $10,000 making
a total to date of $..6,000.  -   *
Tho Minister of the Interior is contemplating sending 50 or more successful western farmers to Great Britain
with a view to encouraging Immigration.
Tbe board of trado of Kaslo havo
prepared a memorandum o;" tlio conditions existing at the present timo in
tho lead mining industry, and it is
shown very clearly the unfavorable
position the lead miner is placed in.
The mercantile and manufacturing
interests of Canada aro asked lo assist
the lead miners to have a bettor condition of affairs brought about, for, by
tho lead industry becoming active
again t he whole of Canada will be
helped. Following is an appendix
showing duties under Canadian tariff*
Butter, 4 cents per lh.
Cheese, 3 conts por lb.
Milk (canned) 3. cents per pound,
including weight of packages.
Mutton and lamb (fresh), .'15 porcsnt.
Meat, other (fresh), 3 cents per lb.
Meat, suit, II cents per lb.
Potatoes, $5 per ton and IM por cent,
of valuo of packages.
Fruit (canned), 2. eeuts per lb, and
20 per cent, of value of packages.
Fruit (dried) 1 cent a pound and upwards and 20 per cent of value of packages.
Fruit, fresh (small), 2 cents per lb,
including weight of package,
Vegetables (fresh) 25 per cent.
Vegetables (canned), 1! cents per lb.
Baking powder, (i cents per lb. and
20 per cent of value of package.
Flour 60 cents per bbl; If In sacks 20
per cent of value of sacks.
Wool, 3 eeuts per lb.
Clothing, all descriptions, 33 por
cent.
Blankets 35 per cent.
Leather, 15 and 171 por cent.
Boots and shoos, 2j per cent.
Petroleum, Crude, 2J eonts a gallon.
Petroleum, refined, 5 cunts per gallon*
aud 20 per cent of value; of package.
Mining Candles, 2.1 por cent.
Dynamite, 3 cents per lb.
Shovels and spades, 35 per cent.
Tools, sledges, hammers, saws, crowbars, picks, anvils and hand tools, SO
per cent.
Ore sacks, 20 per cent.
Mining rails. 30 percent.
Ore oars, 30 per cent.
Mining machinery, average, 25 pei
cent.
Dutios under existing Canadian
tariff affecting the oue commodity we
depend on:
Load in ore. nil.
Load, pig, old sera]), and block, ]5
per cont.
Lead, dry, white, 5 percent.
Lead, dry, red, 5 por cent.
Litharge, free.
N. B.���On load, the product of cheap
European labor, imported through
Great Britain, this duly is reduced
33i por cent., for whicli concession
this community receives practically ne
offsetting advantage.
Dlt is practically assured that thc
Le Roi and Lo Roi No 2. will be consolidated as soon as the details can be
arrangod by tho London officials o'
both companies. a   . ���- .1     i    i    i i ���������   i 11      i
Lardeau Bagle
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business, Let us organize an
association of some name for the
good of our town and .district.
published every Friday at Ferguson, 11. 0,
by
E. G. WOODWARD,
l.) whom all correspondence should be mailed.
Subscription Rates: 12.00 per annum, to
fijfl-F*address In America; 91.25 (or six months;
v.aO 11 year to forolrjru addresses,   No pay. no
Job Printing; Tho Euglo Job department
.*������ tho best equipped Olllco, and the only office
which can furnish the typographical union
label in North Kootonay; a guarantee In itself
of good work nnd promptness-.
Advertising Rates.  Display ads.,jLoo per
Single column inch per month. LugHltyd-j., 1'2
cents jjor-juonparlelj lino for Ilrst Insertion; s
couts per line for each additional Insertion.
Reading, notices io ceius per lino each'Uano.
Kmety day legal niKlCOS, -f lU_j sixty *ftv*, -fT.f.O;
thirty days, j3, No nds. iieeepted at less'than
these rates.  No room for nuaoli ads.
Four weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 19KI.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Standing out prominently among
the wants, or more properly the
requirements, of Ferguson is a
board ot trade or what would
answer just as well, a business
men's association. Of course using business in this connection we
include mining for it is certainly the
chief business of this district.
At present there is no organization whatever, each man stands
alone and therefore very little
weight can be brought to bear on
any government or body in pressing
(or the needs of the town and district. Incorporation of pur town
might be got andit would be certainly beneficial, but it is an open
question whether the time is not
premature. However that may be,
we have not gone into the question
deeply enough to feel sure of our
ground, but we do feel that it is a
question which might be discussed
with profit.
One source of benefit that would
result   from   a     business   men's
association or  a  board  of trade
would  be .the advantage it would
give in properly and systematically
advertising the resources and splendid possibilities  of  our town and
district.   There ir right about Ferguson one of the, best districts that
the sun shines ort.*   'It abounds in
almost unsurpassed mineral wealth;
it has vast timber resources, and
yet  it remaius comparatively unknown   to  a great majority ofthe
people south of the 49th parallel
and but little  known in  Europe
For the Lardeau to take front rank
as a producer, and for  abundant
prosperity to reign   over its broad
Kill sides, needs but to let the monied men of the world know what we
have to offer.   To do this we must
advertise and advertise liberally..   A
profusely    illustrated    prospectus
should be tastily prepared and the
illustrations lithographed and 'the
advantages of our district set forth
with accuracy and judgement.    It
would be found that by distributing
these    freely    much   good would
accrue to the town and district and
the outlay would soon revert to us
rjy bringing an increased volume of
It is gradually becoming clear to
the perceptions of those'interested
that the decline in. the price of silver is not due to the demonetization
of that metal,   but  rather to  the
combinations of the manufacturers
of silverware.' A little enquiry will
demonstrate this fact.   The price of
silverware, either solid or plated, is
practically the same as when the
market price  of   silver was twice
what it is now, while  the production  has   not _ declined in any such
proportion  as to   account   for the
maintenance   in   the price   of the
manufactured article.     If the silver
ware was placed on the market at a
price      in      proportion* to      the
qnotations   on   silver   bullion,    it
would be a trifle higher than plate-
ware, the expense in plating being
very nearly as great in  small  articles   as   the value ot  the   silver
eliminated.    In Denver   a set of
solid  silver tablespoons   weighing
10 i-�� ounces ofsilver,  .925 fine,
retails for $11.   The  actual value
of the silver contained is but $4.69.
In these days of machinery the' cost
of manufacture is  a mere    trifle;
probably not to exceed $1.     Add
24 per cent for profit, which is not
far from what is charged on non
patented articles, and the cost to
the consumer  should  be a  trifle
more than $7.     As it is, the manu*
facturer and retailer is unloading
silver on the public at a profit of
nearly 100 per  cent.   All the silver
that can be produced will be used
in the arts and manufactures and
fqt,  subsidy   coinage,      There is
never any difficulty in disposing  of
the output.   The facts given offer
a field for enterprise that might be
utilized by manufacturing near the
centers of  production.���Ores and
Metals.
While silver shows a decline of a
point, as will be seen by this week's
quotations, everything points to an
early advance in the price ofthe
white metal. There is no doubt
that the recent decline in price, that
proved so disastrous to many
silver-lead mines, was caused by a
combination of heavy consumers to
benefit themselves. This cannot
last for the demand for silver for
manufacturing 'purposes, etc.,
proven to be on the increase.
Watches,
Guards, and
Jewelry.
I sold/nearly ijt_t;entfre
Block-1 at Xmas time and
hare uow anew and up
ttJ date lot of goods,
Please call and examine.
J. V. Reeves,
Ferguson
There is no item .that enters into the economy!
of the household that is so important to know
all about as the one of Milk  7   A
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is absolutely pure, perfectly prepared and full
cream. For more than 40 years it has been the
favorite brand.     Avoid unknown brands.
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK CO.,
New York.
SOLD BY McKINNON tf SUTHERLAND, FERGUSON.
Drugs *m Stationery
Prescriptions Carefully and
..Accurately Compounded..
A.  F.  RANKINE
F. 0. BLOCK, FERGUSON. B. C.
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doty.' Address MIXES AND MISERAIfi, Scran-
ton, Pa.; D*. 8. A, Denver office., Barth Bldg.,
Denver, Col,
The Pay-Roll Centre of the
Rich  Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
In on the Ground Floor
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The Lardeau is the richest
known mining district in British
Golumbia and the mines, particularly those about Ferguson,
contain large quantities of ore
being big as well as rich. Several
new properties will ship
ore during the coming year and
the town is sure to double
in size Buy a few lots now
before the effect of this year's
progress sends them up, mayhap beyond your reach.
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Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
.............
For Farther Information Apply io
Henry Floyd
General Agent,
Revelstoke, B. C.
OTHMHOTMBM-PMB**
'4-mm��'<'*ito-<*'*j*'���''���'������'' Tkt Double Eagle Mining and Development Co.) Limited.
TAKE NOTICE tbat a Special General meeting of the Shareholders of tho
Double Eagle Mining it Development Co., Limited Liability, will be held at
the offlce of the Company at Ferguson, B. I'.,
on the 7th day of February, 190:*, ut the hour of
Ip. m., for tho purfotte of;conHidoring the
affairs of the Company gcnerully and, if deemed advisable, to pass resolutions authorizing
tho Directors to  sell for siu-lt price and upon
Such terms as they set- tit any nr all of tbe
cal estate of the Company and the interest of
the Company lu certain of the mineral claims
of the Company to provide funds to meet the
liabilities of the Company and authorizing the
Issue and sale of further Treasury Shares of
tbe Company to provide working capital for
tbe Cbmpauv.
, DatCd this 19th day oWanuary, A. D. 1903.
A. 11. HOLDICH,
so &o 2. Secretary.
Certificate of Improvement!.
NOTICE.
"Culbcrt,"
"Lynch,"
"Handy,"   "Handy
No.
Fraction.'
���u,..-..", J'Low,"      ("Low
mineral claims, situate in the Trout Lake
Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Whore located:��� Near Lyneh creek on Lar
deau river.
Take notice that I, A.R. Heyland, agent for W.
N. Brayton, Free Miner's Certificate No. B59185
intend sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to tbe Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of thc above claims.
And further take notice tbat action under
section 97, must bo commenced before tbt
lsauance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this llth day of January, A. D., 1903.
A. R, HEYLAND-
����������������������
M*MM>
Smith & Co.
45 Bleury St,
* Montreal
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Will bo represented in
Ferguson three or four
days each month. Any
orders for clothing will
receive close attention
and we
GUARANTEE   A   FIT.
Our representative
S. A. Scott is a
practical tailor and
will make clothes
lit. Hold your
orders for him.
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Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.
To William Howard or whomsoever lie may
have transferred his interest in the''Clyde"
and "Clyde No, 2" mineral claims, situated on
Hllvcr Cup Mountain adjoining the Lucia
mineral claim and 41-j miles from Ferguson, in
the Trout Lake Mining Division, West Kootenay district of B.C.
^ouare hereby notified that I have expended
tfr-M in labor and Improvements upon the
above mentioned claims since Oct. 7th, 1901,
under the provisions of iho Mineral Act. and
If within 90 days from the date of this notice
foil fail or refuse to contribute ynur proper.
Ion of the above mentioned sum which is now
due, together with  all cost  of advertising,
four interest In the said claims will become
he propertyof the undersigned under section
4 of the Mineral Act Amendment Aet 1900.
Dated at Ferguson, B. C, tills 12th day of
December, 1902.
NAPOLEON EMO
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICE,
Two and a Half
mineral claim situate in the Trout Lake
Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located: - On Lade mountain near the
Badshot mine.
TAKE NOTICE that I, O.B.N. Wilkie, acting as agent for the Ophir-Lade Mining Syndicate, Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No, B,
48172, intend (io duys from tlie date hereof, to
apply to thc Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section :-i7, must be commenced before the
laauance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this nth day ol December, A. D. 1902.
O. B. N. WILKIE
Time Table.
S. S. ABCHBR OB S.S. LARDEAU.
Running between Arrowhoad, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing October 14th, 1901, will sail as follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice daily���10k and 15k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix lor
Arrowhoad, twice dally��� 7:15k and
12;45k. Making close connections
with all C. P. R. Steamers and tralnB.
Tho owners reserve the right to
change times of sailings without
uotice.
The Fred Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd
this   is  THE
UNION LABEL ol
thu United Hattcra
of North America.
When yon nre buy-
ng a FUR HAT,
Ithcr .oft or stiff,
Bt*u to it that thu
genuine union
l.fllji'l isHnweil in It.
If a retailer 1-iih
loose labels in his
possession anil offers to imt ono In a
hat tor you. do not
patronize him. He
has not any right io na\e loose lnbels. Loose
labels in rutail storos aru counterfeits. Do nol
listen to any explanation its to why tho hat
has no label. The Genuine Union Label Is
perforated on the four edites exautly the same
as a postage stamp* Counterfeits ar�� sometimes perforated on three of tho edtres, and
sometimes only on two. Keep n sharp lookout
lor thu counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers aro using them ln order to get rid of
their scab-mado hats. Thc John II. Stutson
Co. ol Philadelphia, Pa., is non-union concern,
JOHN A. MOFFITT, President,
Orange, N. J.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Secretary,
14 797 Bedford Ave.,Brooklyn, N.Y
a
�������������	
WE CARRY CARPETS,
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND
CHINA MATTING.
IRON BEDS a Specialty
���f
$5 and up.
Halcyon Hot Spings
Sanitarium   .   .   _
ARROW LAKE8, B.C.
Situated^midst scenery unrivalled for
grandeur. Tbo most complete health
rasorton tho continent of North America.
Its baths cure all Nervous and Muscular discasus. Its waters heal all
Kidney, Liver and Stomach nilments.
They aro a never falling remedy for
all metallic poisons, completely purifying the .system,
TERMS���*15 to ��1S per week, according to resldcnuo in Hotel or Villas.
All sensible people traAel by the
International
Correspondence
Schools, SCRi-rN'
Notice.
Notice is hereby g ven that the undersigned
wilt not be responsible for any account except
on puoduction of a written order signed by
the manager, Superintendent or Secretary.
THE OPIIIK-LADE MININO 'SYNDICATE,
LIMITED.
Notlee to Delinquent Co-Owner.
To C, J. Smith and F. W. Hinsdale or tojany
person or persons to whom they may have
transferred tbeir Interests tu the following,
mineral claims, thc "Mollie A" and "Copper
Key" located at Short creek south of iW
creek in the Trout Lake mining division of
West Kootenay.
Take notice that we tho undersigned have
performed the work aud recorded the assessment on the above named properties for the
years 1000-11)01 and inorder to held your Interest In said claims under section 24 of tha
Mineral Act and lf within 90 days of thu first
publication hereof you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure
together with the cost of advertising, your
Interest tn  thc said claims will become the
rropertyof the subscribers under section 4 of
he Mineral Act of 1900.
Dated at Ferguson, B.C. this 19th day of Dee.
19M,
Rtirnp..    1 HENRY SANN.
dttlf Blsned     J JOE MORETT
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.
To 8. T. McColl, or whomsoever he may have
transferred his Interest In the Triune Fraction No.��mineral claim, situated on Brown
creek, in the Trout Lake Mining Division
West Kootcuay District of B. C,
You are hereby notified that 1 have expend
M $100 In labor and Improvements upon thc
above mentioned fractional mineral claim
���Incc July 1st, 1902, under tlie provisions of the
Mineral Act, and If within W days from the
date of this notlee you fall or refuse to contrl*
fonto, ynur proportion of the above mentioned
���uUi which Is now due' together with all
cost of advertising, your interest in the said
claim will become the property of thc undersigned under section 4 of the "Mineral Act
Amendment Act 1900.
Dated at Ferguson, D. c��� this 17th day of
October, WW.
C. O. Wood-row.
Gives instruction by mail in the following subjects: Mechanical engineering,
mechanical drawing, Electrical engineer-
ing.telegraphy, telephony, sanitary plumbing, heating and ventilation, civil engineering, architecture, architectural drawing, sheet metal pattern drafting, lettering
and sign painting, ornamental designs,
book keeping, stenography, milling, smelting, metallurgy, hydro metallurgy, electrotherapeutics, French, Ucrman, Spanish.
Send ior free catalogue.
10 per eeut discount by cutting out this
ad. and enrolling beforo end of month.
W. H. McDOCOALL, Local Agent
Nelson, II. V.
The B.C. ASSAY ft CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. Ltd.
VANCOUVER, JJ, C.
Headquarters for Awsuyers, Mining
ft Mill Supplier Sole agents in li.
C. for Morgan Crucible Co., Battersea,
England; F. W. Hrauu A Co.'s Patent
Cary Furnaces, Burners, etc.; Wm. Alnsworth it Co.'s Fine Balances, etc., etc.
Ib the conclusion unanimously agreed
to by the Travelling Public.
Speed, Safety
Satisfaction
Leave Trout'Lakc City
Friday 4;Q0 p. m.   Arrive
Leave Nelson -5.00 a.m.
Arrive Winnipeg,
Arrive St. Paul
Arrive Chicago   -.
Arrive Toronto
Arrive Montreal
Arrive New York
Monday, Wednesday,
Nelson 5.00 a. m.
2nd day, A;50 a.m.
2nd day fi.10 p. in.
3rd day t);-H)u. m
4th day 2}46p, m,
4th day <.;:�����> p. in
5th day 0;55a. m
Close connection   for all eastern points
Through Tourist Sleeping Cars
  East	
Goods can be furnished to any part ot Lardeau on very short notice
as the service is sucTTEhat delivery can be made in one day froni Nelson.
No Charge for packing   mmmm��mmo��*��hmm*m�� -*-#���������-���-������
Funeral Directors and
Bmbalmers.
[Graduate of Myer's Collego��of Embalming]
.   Can attend case at Ferguson at ten
hours notice if advised by wire.
D. J. Robertson * O
NELSON, B. C.
Windsbr Hotel
When coming Into Ferguson the first hotel to
see is the Windsor. If one is looking for the
best accommodation, i. e. Clean, well tended
rooms, a well furnished table and choice liquors and cigars, then the Windsor is the best
place to stop. Beading rooms and parlors
nicely furnished.   Everything quiet.
Madam O'Connor, Proprietress.
Loaves   Din-more Junction Dally   lor   St.
PllUl,
Leaven Kootenny Lamllng Tuesday and
Saturday for Toronto, Montreal and alt
Eastern points.
Through Bookings to  Europe
Via all Atlantic Routes. Prepaid Tickets at
Lowest. Hates Issued from all European
countries.
Further Information regarding the
Way" can be had on application to
'Only
C. J. Coyle,
A. a. P. A., Vancouver.
*/. S. Carter
D. P. A. Nelson.
Parser, S.S. Victoria.
Si
Notlco.
By assignment in writing dated Ailg. 27th
190., Andrew Cummings of Ferguson, hotel
keeper, assigned to tho Hudson'. Bay ('out-
���any all book debts and credit, then owing to
..Im In connection with the business carried
on by him at the Balmoral hotel.
411 persons then Indebted to said Cummings
fito required to pay the amounts owing forth*
with and may either pay tho monoy to Mr.
A. 3. o'ordoh at tho Balmoral hotel, Forguson,
who has'my authority to receipt for same, or
tho money may he remitted direct to me at
Itevel.tokc.
Bovelstoke, Aug. 30th, ltd. ,
GEO. a. McCARTER,
Solicitor for the Hudson', Bay Co.
Ifotl-f.
I.ula Belle Fractional Mlnelal cl��lm.
Bltuated in Trout take Mining Division of
West Kootenay Distriot,
IxKatcd on Nettle I,. Mountain adjoining the
Nottie L. Mineral Claim.
TAKS NQTJCE (hat I, George S. McCarter,
acting as agent for the (treat western Mines,
limited Uablllty, Freo Miners' certificate Not
B. 48174, Intend 00 days from tho Hate hereof lo
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of improvements for the purposo o/ obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claims.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTlCE'that action
under Section 37 muat be commenced beforo
(he Issuance of suoh certificate ol Improve-
tt!Ste'd tbli l��t day ol November, l��W.
OKO._.S_..ABTSR.
LARDEAU MINES, LTD.
The three claims owned by the company are the "Lardeau
Queen," the"Lardeau King" and the "LardeauPrince," all abutting
end to end, through which three leads pass the entire length, situated at the head of Lexington creek, in the Lardeau mining division
of West Kootenay, British Columbia.
These three claims are located on the western slopo of Goat Mountain, the lines being north-westerly and south-easterly, and form one
complete portion of Mineral land of about 156 acres. They lie east
less than four miles up from Fish river.
The group lies in the "Sitting Bull" and "Wild West" belts,
two of the strongest and best known leads in that district, and work
already done on apjacent extentlons has given most satisfactory
results as to extent of ore bodies and increased values with depth.
Thc formation is slate and'schist, lying in an Immense limo
dyke, and the oroppings of the leads are generally topped with heavy
Iron oapplng and quartz, whieh gives assays from $8 up on tho
surface.
VEINS AND WORK DONE
Exploitation consists of two open cuts along the surface for a
distance of twenty feet, which exposed a body nf argentiferous
galena over 8 Inches In width, Tho value of this oro body was $25.00
on the surface, but aff. depth of loss than three feet it has increased
to $40.60. To tap this ore showing and the massive iron capped
ledge olose to whioh k. lies the present tunnel was commenced and
Is now in a distanco of 82 feet. Another 85 feet of crosscuttlng
should reaoh this ledg3 at a depth ot about 125 feet. When 01 feet
had been driven, an almost-solid body of iron ore three feet thick
was encountered ln the tunnel lying against a wall of slate. A
sample at this point assayed $77.00 in gold, silvor, oopper and lead.
At a. distanco of 14 feet from this lead a fine body of ore has been
encountered whiph, when crossed, proved to be seven and a half feet
wide, carrying the finest looking mineral yet found on the property.
A third ledge which contains the richest ore and widest surface
showing, wlU be reached about February 15th. This ledge when
encountered, will be from 12 to 15 feet wide and great results are
expected,
The property has an excellent surface showing. The average
assays are most encouraging, considering the great width and con-
tinuancy of the leads across the country with suoh great width and
prominence of the surface judging from other properties in the near
violnity, some of which are on tho same lead and have developed
very rich ore bodies.
In conclusion I would say that the Lardeau Mines are as good aa
any, if not the best, in tho vicinity, and I verily believe with a
nominal expenditure, they should be made dividend paying in a
short time, and I would strongly recommend extensive development
toward that end.
H. O. fncClymont, -V. _.,
For Further information, price of stock, etc, address
LARDEAU MINES, LTD.,
B. Norbert Oulmette, o Manager.
Bank ol Montreal Bldg., ROSSLAND, B. C,
Everybody  Our Special
s mokes    	
-AND-
The Union
CIGAIi
They arc nil Union in uric and of the
best Havana Tobacco money ran
buy. Try one and satisfy yourself
as lo their quality.
%
.Union Cic.ar
Factory, H. A.
Brow n, Prop.
D    O    \Xf[F C/l/V   High-flaw Meroht-nt Tailor,
t
RBVBLSTOltE, B. O.
Any orders you may favor us with
(Pill receive prompt
attention.
BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. BKST CUISINE SERVICE. yS
FINELY EQUIPPED DAK. REFITTED AND REFURNISHED, jit,
BEST 12.00 A DAY HOUSE %
IN TIIE LARDEAU DISTRICT, ^j.
Hotel Lardeau
J. Laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
f
NEATLY FURNISHED.
WELL LIGHTED AND HEATED ROOMS.
nEADqUARTERB FOR MINERS ���$
AND MINING MEN.... _*���
CONVENIENTLY *-5<
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE. ,*..
AW"     -^
V  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT*  E
THE
k
Prospectors9  Exchange    I
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSONS LANDINO, fl. C.
vrm-'choicest of wines,-**-
��*Liquors and ciuars**
<-<j->     TABLE8 SUPPLIED WITH TIIE
(fl      .-(-.BEST IN THE MARKET*** ��� ���������������������"��+
��..���_��� ���������4����-H
/
t Local and General.
���*��-���-���-��-��-�����-�����<>����>����>��������.������������
Don't forget the masquerado ball on
Feb 13th.
W. Ij.Pool returned from Rossland,
Rovslstoke, etc., on Thursday last.
Tho Scotch * curlers have beon
defeated In Montreal by the Caledonians.
Tho second annual ball of the Revelstoko Hospital Society takes place on
January 23rd.
The Marconi Wireless Telegraph
Company Is applying for incorporation
ut Ottawa.
Tho quadrille club will give a dance
in Eaglo hall tomorrow night. Music on
organ and violin.
F. C. Elliott has returned from his
eastern trip, and was a visitor in Ferguson Thursday.
Gold Commissioner Fred Fraser ol
Revelstoke, was in Ferguson Monday
night.   He returned home next day.
Malcolm McQuaig returned Friday
from a visit to Glen Sanfield, Ont. He
will go to work at the Silver Cup mine.
Montroalers strongly favor Canada
fulling in lino with tho United States
and removing the duty on bitumiuous
coal.
It is reported that foreman Brown
has discovered another large body of
ore on tho Mountain Lion south property in the tunnel that he is driving.
The heavy fall of snow during the
pa6t week has mado it necessary to
keep the shovels going. For nearly a
month thero was   scarcely  any  new
"K'.'S.'Hadow vTsTted* Troul Lake
Monday.
Messrs. Pool and Sutherland ylsited
Trout Lake Monday.
Rev. S. J. Green and Mrs. Green
were in Ferguson this week.
Miss Thompson of Beaton was visiting friends in town Saturday last.
Miss Gardiner of Nelson Is spending
n few days in town tho guest of Mrs. A.
Cummins.
Tho Ethel in the Index district,
which has been considerably developed
was recently examined for oastern
people.
Mtjfttrf. tfajfc_rf-*".*-"* sfajftLih-rti ifa_sK
ij -p*p-q*rj^-j{r^4*r**^��"*x_^j*ra E
-k     r.-nA-nv-i'-.l.T/W A f     *Vj   U
9-   i
.
CARDS.
Io.
B. N. WILKIE, .
P. L. S.   . ti
QThco. Bariboo, Superintendent of
the Silver Cup was in Ferguson renewing acquaintances Saturday. Mr.
Bariboo does not come to town very
often.
A. Moscrop is in town thi9 week
finishing the plumbing in tho Miners'
Union hospital. He haB also some
work to do in connection with the
waterworks.
The Silver Dollar group of mines,
near Nelson consisting of three full
claims and two fractions haB passed
into the hands of Revelstoke people
under 18 month's bond.
Sir William Mulock has received
samples of the new postage stamps at
Ottawa, with the king's head on them.
They will be issued about the 1st of
July when the presont issue will be
exhausted: ���'���
J. R. Tweedale, formerly an employe
of tho Imperial Bank, but of late ac<
countant Ior McKinnon & Sutherland
Ferguson went to Revelstoke Thursday
to reenter the', service of the bank.
We regret having lost Mrs. Tweedalc
Irom Ferguson society.
We are in receipt of three pictures
from the Winnipeg Weekly Telegram
One isorR. L. Borden, ICC, M. P.
leader of tho Conservative party in the
houBe of commons, anothor of Premier
Roblin of Manitoba, and another entitled "Can't You Talk," a domestic
scene that is true to life.
The initial copy of the Golden Star,
a new paper published at Golden, has
reached our office. The paper Is well
printed and neatly got up and It
should prove a success. The town of
Golden Is becoming quite prosperous
again and many new buildings are boing orectcd. Mining has caused the
revival,
The electric lights aro boing Installed in Forguson now ,in earnest.
Messrs. Sawyer Bros, have beon In
town tho past week getting things in
readiness. J. Spuerling is doing tbe
wiring and has the Lardeau and the
Ferguson hotels completed. Messrs.
Sawyer hopes to turn on tho light
about Feb. 1st.
The following is the result of the
'Revelstoke municipal elections which
took place on Friday last: Elected by
acclamation, Mayor M. J. O'Brien;
alderman, ward 1,W. A. Foote, John
McLeod, aud ln ward 3, S. Mahon and
W. J. Law, In ward 2, contested by T'
E, L. Taylor, C. B. Hume and R.
Tapping, Taylor and Hume were
elected. For school trustee, contested
by W. A. Nettle and J. Palmer, Palmer .was elected.
Locul. With a Paystreak.
All the latest books, magazines and
periodicals for holiday reading in stock
at the Canada Drug & Book Co.'s store,
Revelstoko, B. C. Prompt attention to
mail orders.
It pays to use the telephone. A trip
can often be saved to Trout Lake, Boa
ton, Arrowhoad or Comaplix hy UBing
the phone. Office in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
* Smokers: II you want tho genuine "Union" and "Our Special"
cigar seo that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters on every box.
���H. A. Brown, Revelstoke, B. C.
FOR SALE���A four roomed dwelling house and two lots on one of the
best corners in tbe residence part of
Ferguson for .salo ou easy torms.
Apply to Eagle office.
| Provincial ?
| Land c
| Surveyor f
X    Ferguson and Trout Lake,    k
| Surveys made and Crown Grants tt
3 Obtained. C
3 Office:     ���      ���     Trout Lake, tf
1LLIAM A. BAUER,
A. M. Craig still conducts the feed,
livery and freighting stables at Beaton, and has saddle horses and light
and heavy conveyances for hire at all
times. His daily stage for Goldflelds
and Camborne meets the steamboat on
its arrival and departure.
Tbe milk of the cow is richer in
proteids, fats and salts than the human
milk, hence it must be adapted to infant feeding. Borden's Eagle Brand
Condensed Milk iB tho perfection of a
cow's milk for infants. Forty-five
years experience has made it the
leading infant food of the world.
w
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
Surveys ol Mines, Minoral Claims ond
Crown Limits. Drown Grants Oil-
tallied and Assessments Managed
for Absentees.
Oilices:   Camborne and Vancouver
%  (J     SHANNON, B. A. tf
���S   ���*-'��� 4
A ASSAYER and ANALYTICAL C
* CHEMIST. ��
ii   H'Mlquarters for In.nrmattoti It eg a rd Ing fT
3Vdte for Information. !r
Coll and sec Samples. U
^   OFFICE:    VICTORIA AVE.. tf
JJ FEKGU60N, B.C. ��,
>   H
JOBERT HODGE,
S-JuOi __t--J--stejrC* _&. ���riz-rfzjf-i'jv**. rfz-iK
| Do You Know ��
That a man is more it
manly when he keeps [f
his face cleanly shaven j.
his hair neatly trim- k
mod and uses the [f
-�� bath frequently. 8-
S All tho require- k
j ments of a first class n
�� barber shop supplied ff
$     ���*������������ E
| Roy Jameson $
MPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
Capital Authorized, $4,000,000
Capital (Paid-up) $2,863,933
Rest    ..-���    $2,438,595
1IKAD OFFICE, TORONTO,
P. It. Wilkie, General Manager.
$ BAEKISTEIt, ETC.
\ Solicitor for
���js The Imperial Bank
Jj Perguson, B. C.
jj      OFFICE���In tho Ophir Lado blook.
f
AllVEY,McCARTEK& PINKHAM,  tf
Barristers, Soliciters, etc.
., Oflloes: Revelatoke, Goldon, and Fcrgu-
3 son.  Solicitors lor Imperial Bank
3 ol Canada. .
n tf
j. Geo, s. McCarter.            J. A. Harvey. L
Tl A. M. Pinkham. tf
Jj "TIRED C. ELLIOTT,
3 Barrister,  Notary Public etc,
4 ���
S        TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, ANB
| Ferguson, B. C.
tl   Ty   do V.leMAISTREiJ.M.SCOTT
Barrister, Soliciter, etc.
Jj REVELSTOKE, B. C. &
S 3- M, SCOTT, A. B. L. L. B. ft
3 W, de V. lo Maistro, M. A. S,
1 (
^rz^z^-2^r_iyr7^7^-7jrz5rzjr_J^-_t^-7^
Branches in Ontario, .Queliec, Manitoba, N. W.
T. and British Columbia.
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS.
Grout Britain���Lloyds Bank, Limited
United States���New York. Bunk (if Montreal.
" '���    ���Chicnifo, First National Hank.
" "    ���San  Frani-iseo,  Wells Fargo
iOo'l Bank.
"   -St.Paul, Second Nat'l Bank.
" ���     f<   ���jtlnneapoliB,First Nat'l Hank
"        "    ���Seattle, Seattle National Bank
BRANCHES IN B. C.
V&UCOUVer.  Revelatoke,    Nelson,   Golden,
Ferguson Victoria.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Interest allowed at current rates.
A general banking business transacted,
W. MACDONALD
Local Manager.
4* ��������-����������������� �� ���������������������������-
::  FERGUSON
MEAT MARKET
Having purchased the
Ferguson Moat Market we
are prepared to supply our
customers with all kinds ol
Fresh aud cured meats. A
good supply of Beof, Pork,
Mutton, Sausages, Hams
and Bacon always on hand.
P. BOMS HO,
Seasonable
Goods
For Men Women and Children
the Home, the Camp
and the mine.
At the big Retail Store
Call and Inspect our new stock
of Neckties.
We have in stock a good supply of Borden's Eagle Brand
Condensed Milk and Cream.
Once tried you will use no other
McKinnon # Sutherland
The Post Office Store f
 Ji
FOR TWO WEEKS g
Our prices will be down at Rock bottom, for Men's V^
Suits and Pants to decrease stock before moving into ���*
our ridv.-'buiiding.    Miners' Boots and Blankets.   An
assorted car of Fresh Groceries.
G. B. Batho * Co.
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND MINING MEN.
THEz
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON <S SLINGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite the Postoffice.
4 Packing and FerffusoanndPack
*?( Freighting
__.__. *���' ������}
Transfer Outfit.
THE  KINO'S  HOTEL
Contracts entered into lor packing of Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point ln the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work undertakon guaranteed.   Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Ferguson
a specialty.
�� Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
When ou reach Trout Lake City put
up the Queens. .Good accommodation
.. Best ol service ���. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Adrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
el
Well lighted and heated by hot air
furnace.     Tables supplied with the
best the market affords.
^   Rates $1 Per Day  jO*
MRS.   A.  M,  STOKES,   Ferguson,   B.   C.
_____!
%    Perguson Hotel
*
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MCDONELL & BLACK.
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B. C.
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