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MBTAL QUOTATIONS.
X.l, York Market.      	
Silver���Bar    .  54_
Lead���100 lbs      4.25
Copper      13.25
THE EAGLE IS MORE WIDELY
- CIRCULATED THAN ANY OTHER
NEWBPAPER IN NORTH KOOTK-
T.AY���IT WILL ME FOUND AN EXCELLENT   ADVKRTISING    MEDIUM,
Vol. IV, NO 26.
Ferguson, B. C, "AUGUST 7. 1903.
$2 a Year
Active Development of
Properties All Over
the Camp���More Gold
Found,
GRAND   TRUNK PACIFIC  RAILWAY'
Located on Silver Cup mountain,
southwest of the Luoky Jim, is the
Florena and Lucia,''owned by Ole
Peterson of Ferguson. There is a Sne
lead on the property of an average
width of about four feet carrying from
$30 up to $150 per ton in gold. The
owner says he has tn this property the
mother lode of the mountain and the
same that runs through the Lucky Jim.
He believes there are just as good average values on the Cup mountain as
at Poplar oreek, and that one would do
as well to stay at home and do tbeir
prospecting, excepting the phenomenal
-property belonging to Morgan & Ham*
ilton, on which gold occurs in bunches.
Mr. Peterson has 30 feet of work
done on his property and the values
are higher in the face than at any
point previously tested. The property
is for sale at a reasonable figure and
on good terms.
THE I. X. L. GROUP.
Dr. Mllloy returned Sunday from his
properties on Silver Cup mountain,
where he haa been doing some work
on the I. X. L.
The property haa now some 480 feet
ot work done on a cross fissure vein
whioh has demonstrated that these are
the gold bearing leads In the above
belt and also that they are continuous
In depth. About six tons of ore sent
from this lead gave returns at smelter
of 152 in gold.
Tbis property is certainly a bonanza,
and if the Dr, continues developing
as he has stae.3 he acquired (he property about a fair ago, we hope to see
tt one of our steady shippers by next
spring. Quite a bunch of ore that
would assay over 1100 might be shipped
now, but the owner very wisely defers
shipments until the mine Is properly
developed.
GOLD NEAR FERGUSON.
Arthur Gunn and Ed Ward have
been working on the Fern and Wellington mining property near the head
of Brown creek for the past fortnight.
They are running a tunnel on the lead
and they thought they had a pretty
good galena proposition, as the lead Is
six ftet wide and has good galena indications. They brought a sample of the
quart!! to town Saturday for tbe purpose of showing another partner what
It was like. On examining it closely
witb a glass particles ol gold were
found. As they were not looking for
gold they were surprised, and consequently are much pleased that they
own a great deal better property than
they supposed.
The quartz Is similar to that on Poplar and Fish creeks, but these men
were looking tor galena.
THE "ALtcE" DEAL.
On Tuesday, tbe 28th Inst., a deal
was consummated by whleh J. O. Piper
sold out bis undivided one-half lnter<
est In the Alice mining property to a
Minneapolis syndicate for a nice, tidy
sum, a good portion of whioh waB paid
In cash.
The Alice joins the well known
Cromwell group, and is on the same
vein, being also the pioneer location
op that marvellously rich vein. The
ore Is silver-lead, which also parries
high gold values.
Daney's pack animals are all busy
paokln_r ore town from tbt Trlimt
Premier Laurier Outlined HI. Scheme for
Building Canada's Second Transcontinental Line.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier rose at 3:15 on
Thursday of last week to explain his
scheme for building and operating the
Grand Trunk Pactfio, Canada's second
transcontinental railway.
He said tbat all were agreed as to
the construetton of another transcontinental road, but some favored delay
and others took exception to the mode
of construction.
"But," said the premier, "this Is no
time to wait. If tbe development of tbe
country Is to proceed, now Is tbe time
to go ahead. If tbe present opportunity Is lost, It might not occur again. All
agree as to.the construction of the road
from Quebec to the Pacific. Some people, among them Mr. Blair, is opposed
fto competition with the Intercolonial.
This road wilt not parallel the Intercolonial, which was never built for
transcontinental traffic It was built
for military and political purposes, and
not for transoont 1 nental t raffic. ���'
Sir Wilfrid then went on to explain
that the road will extend from Monc-
ton to the Pacific ocean, and will be
3,000 miles long. From Moncton to
Winnipeg the distance Is estimated at
1,800 miles, and trom Winnipeg to Port
Simpson on the Pacific ocean, 1,500.
The cost of construction and equipment
are estimated at about 1100,000,000.
The eastern seetion, from Moncton to
Winnipeg, will be built by the government, and leased to the Grand Trunk
Pacific for a period of 50 years. For
the first seven years the company gets
the lease free of rent, but will bave to
meet the operating expenses. During
the next three yean the company will
require to give the government tbe net
earnings, but if these should not equal
3 percent upon the cost of the section,
the deficit is to be added to the capital
account. For the next 40 years the
Grand Trunk Pacific will have to pay 3
per cent per annum to the government
upon tho capital of this section. This
portion of the lino will be built accord*
ing to specifications, and the standard
to be approved by the Grand Trunk
Pacific and government engineers,
jointly. A commission to be appointed
by the government will supervise the
work.
From Winnipeg to the Pacific the
road will be constructed by the Grand
Trunk Paolfic company, within seven
years. The government will guarantee
75 per cent of tbe cost of construction
to a maximum of (13,000 per mile for
the mountain division between Edmonton and the Pacific coast. The principal and interest bonds are to be guaranteed for 50 years. On the completion of the prairie division the company
will commence paying interest on the
guarantee bonds.
In regard to the mountain division,
the company will not be called on to
pay anything for the first seven years,
but tor tbe succeeding three years lt
will have to pay tbe net receipts over
working expenses, and any deficit will
be added to tbe cost, while for tbe remaining 40 years the company will pay
3 per cent per annum.
Conventions to Be Held
-Organization Being
Effected-Many Candidates Selected.
THB CHUBOKES.
���      Melhodlit.
Service will lie held in Eagle hall
every Sunday commencing at 3 p, m.,
and alternate Sundays at 8 p. m. All
are invited to attend.
Sunday School every Sunday at 2
p. m. B^Ssauh, Pastor.
Anglican.
Divine service will be held every
alternate Sunday in Eagle hall at 3 ln
tbe afternoon.
An Invitation to attend Is extended to
e. ervbodv.      H. A. Solly, Curate.
There is an average of 20 people a
day going Into tbe Poplar creek mln.
| lug dlitrlot.
Hon. R. F. Green and Hon. Chas.
Wilson, the tw6 British Columbia mln*
isters 'Who fof meS' a delegation to Ottawa seeking better terms from the
Dominion government, returned to
Victoria tbe 1st of tbo month. At
Cranbrook the ministers were given a
banquet which was largely attended.
Mr. John Houston, chairman of the
executive of the provincial Liberal-
Conservative Union, has fixed Thursday, August 13th, tbe day on whioh
delegates are to be appointed to attend
a convention at Kaslo on the 15th inst.,
to select a candidate to run in the
conservative Interest at the forthcoming election. Saturday, 15th of August, is set as tbe day for nominating
conventions to select conservative candidates throughout the province, except Casslar and Victoria and Van:
couver.
The convention tor the Kaslo riding
will beheld at Kaslo.
The following list gives the selections that have already been made of
candidates throughout the province:
Chilliwack, 1-C. W. Morrow, Lib-
eral.
Grand Forks, 1���J. Rlordan, Social
ist.
Kamloops, 1���F. J. Deane, Liberal;
F. J. Fulton, Conservative.
Greenwood, 1���J. B. Brown, Liberal.
Islands, 1���T. W. Paterson, Liberal.
Kaslo, 1-J. L. Itetallack, Liberal,
Nelson, 1���S. S. Taylor, Liberal.
Okanagan, 1-T. W. Sterling, Liberal.
Fernie, 1���J. McPherson, Socialist.
New Westminster, 1���W. Gifford,
Conservative.
Simllkameen, 1���W. J. Snodgrass,
Liberal.
Skeena, 1���C. W. D. Clifford, Conservative; P.Herman, Liberal.
Slocan, 1���It. A. Bradshaw, Liberal;
W. Hunter, Conservative.
Vancouver, 5���T. Ogle, Socialist; J.
Edwards, A. G. Perry and F. Williams, Labor.
West Yale, 1���Stuart Henderson,
Liberal.
According to reports from different
ridings tbe registration of voters is going on apace aud tbe lists show a
marked increase already over the old
lists, and tbe increase is noticeable in
most all parts of the provlnoe.
The Slocan Drill says that by nominating John L, Rotallack to contest
the Kaslo riding against Hon. It. F.
Green, minister of mines, the Liberals
bave practically made a free gift of the
election to the Conservatives.
The Came of Labor.
At the close of the Miners' Union
meeting on Saturday night last, a
meeting was held by those Interested
In bringing out a candidate to represent the labor cause in the forthcoming
eampaign for this, the Kaslo riding.
There were about 30 present and matters were discussed pretty thoroughly
and to considerable length. Some were
in favor of putting a candidate in tbe
field and others were opposed to It, but
a majority decided that it should be
done, Again some wanted the candidate to run ai a Sootali&t, but tbe majority were for a Untight labor tloket.
and so it Was decfcfed, as far as Ferguson Is concerned. Five delegates were
appointed to attend a convention to be
heid at Trout Lake on the 15th inst.
Tbe convention will decide if a candidate is to be nominated and who shall
be the candidate. The delegation have
instructions to support S. Shannon of
Ferguson, for the nomination.
S. Shannon acted as chairman and
A. C. Cummins was secretary of tbe
meeting.	
Sliver-Lend Men organize.
A meeting of mine owners and managers, and others interested in silver-
lead mining, was held in the city hall,
Sandon, last Friday evening. Twenty-
nine mining companios were represented, and three individual owners were
present. The meeting was for the purpose of affecting permanent organisation, and was most harmonious throughout.
John Keen was elected chairman and
N. J. Cavanaugh secretary, of the
meeting. The temporary organization
was dissolved, and the report of the
committee on permanent organization
read and the constitution and by-laws
adopted.
The new organization has a president, five vice-presidents, a secretary,
treasurer, an executive committee of
five, and a selling committee of five.
The selling committee Ib composed ot
the following: Geo. Alexander, Byron
N. White, Donald G. Forbes, A. C.
Garde and W. E. Zwlckey. This committee haa exclusive control ot the ore
output of the mines ot the association,
to dispose ot tbe same to the best advantage of its members, the smelter
returns to be made direct to the producers ot the ore.
The first annual meeting ot the association will be held in Sandon on the
first Tuesday in August.���Ledge.
Load! of Machinery.
Two string teams are busy every day
hauling machinery from the C. P. Ii.
freight sheds to the concentrator site
above Ferguson. Many tons are yet
lying in the sheds awaiting transportation, though a great deal ot lthas al*
ready been moved. One unacquainted
with suoh things would be surprised to
see tbe great quantity ot machinery
that It takes to put a good Bized con
centrator together, and the great bulk
and weight of some ot the sections.
Then there Ib considerable machinery and heavy freight (or the two
aerial trams that aro ln course ot construction.
The company's new saw mill Ib installed and running steadily and turning out some fine lumber and timbers.
J. E. Smith has charge ot the mill.
Tbe company bas already erected
some attractive and substantial buildings for their employees at Five-Mile.
The Perfect Hoy.
I know ��� well bred littlo bo; who novor *��;���
"I can't:"
He never nay. "Don't went to," or "You're got
to," or "You than'**:"
Ho never ��yn "I'll tell mammal" or call* lili
playmatee "mean."
A lad more careful of hit ipeccb I'miurcwai
never Men!
He'i never ungrammatical���he never ment lom
"ain't p"
A ilngle word ot ilang from hint would make
hlimothor faint.
And now I'll tell vou whjr It la (loll thia ahould
���eera ahiuril).
He'i now exactly it*-, monthi old, aud can not
���peak a word! ���Ex.
NOTES.
The British Columbia government
haB chosen a site near Kamloops tor the
erection ot a sanitarium for the treatment of consumptives.
The wheat crop ln the North West
Territories promises an excellent yield.
Tbe total Is estimated at 15,000,000
bushels, This will be an Increase of
2,000,000 bushels over last year.
Ii your uame on the votere' Hit? If
notyouihouldhaveltputonatonoe. \
BI
The Gem of Poplar
Creek Purchased by
W. B. Pool-Lardeau's
Biggest Deal.
The biggest deal that has ever been
put through in the Lardeau was concluded Wednesday at Poplar creek by
which W. B. Pool acquired the "Lucky
Jack" group ot the locators, Messrs.
Morgan, Hamilton & O'Connor, for a
sum in the neighborhood of $200,000, a
good portion of which was paid in cash.
The group consists of the Lucky Jack,
Lucky Three, Littlo Phil and Lucky
Jack Fractional mineral claims.
This is the largest sum that has ever
been paid in Canada for wholly undeveloped mining proporty, but never before was such a showing found in Canada. The Lardo railway runs within u
tew yards ot tbe best part of the lead,
and one could stand on the ledge, break
off a piece ot tbe lead matter and pitch
It through a window of a passing
coach. This Ib tbe property where
guards have been employed siuce Its
location to prevent the ore being carried away.
Active development has already com
menoed and will be prosecuted vigorously. Surveys are being made and
crown grants will be applied for before
Xmas.
A stamp mill and other modern machinery will be Installed as soon as the
same can be landed on the ground.
On concluding the deal Mr. Pool
went east to Alberta, and the venders
came up to Ferguson Yesterday where
tjjoy were met by an Eagle reporter
and the facts were learned.
Tbis deal will have an important
bearing on the Immediate future of the
whole Lardeau district.
ACKK1IT-W1IIT.MOKK.
Two Well Known Keren.on  Young People Harried.
Herbert A. Acksrt came in from
Comaplix Sunday bearing an unusually happy look, but he gave no clue to
his friends regarding his intentions ou
tbe morrow, so when it wus learned cm
Monday that he had got married then-
was not a little surprise felt.
The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. A. K. Sharp uf the
Methodist congregation, at 2 o'clock
Monday, at the residence of Mrs. .1. K.
Smith, Trout Lake, several friends
having come aome distanco, Including
Mrs. J. Archer, bringing appropriate
gifts, and thoro wero also a few invited friends trom town.
Mrs. J. E. Smith acted as bridesmaid, whilo Mr. I.atice Hillman did
tho honors for Mr. Ackert.
A wedding dinner was served al (I
p. ra. by Mrs. Jowett of the Trout Lake
City hold, to which u few close friends
of the bride aud groom were Invited.
The happy couple went out by Btage
Tuesday morning to spend a short
honeymoon at St. Leon springs. Afterwards they will return and commence
housekeeping at Comaplix.
Seawanhnka Cup.
Ci\p.ada retains the Seawanhaka cup
another year, having again defeated
the American yachts.
The Thorella, belonging to the Montreal yacht club, finished first In the
race on the 1st Inst, againt the American yacht Kolutao. Canada has retained the oup now for a number o-
yeari.
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.  ... Lardeau Eagle
riijllahed every Friday at Firf-i
���>r
E. G. WOODWARD,
ovvhom all correspondence should b. Balled,
subscription Ratoa: 11.00 per annum, to
Miy addreaa In America: lt.2.1 for alrmontbi:
IJ..-0 a year to foreign addroaaea.   No pay. no
]i��r*or.
Dllpl
- ada., 11.00 per
laplay ada., II
allude column Inch per month. Legal) . ..
cents per (noapariel) line for first inaertlon; s
��� run per line lor each additional Inaertlon.
Handing notices 10 eentt per line each iaaue.
Ninety day legal noticea, lit.: lilty daya, 17.10:
iklrty daya, K, No ada. accepted al fen than
these rates.  No room for quack ada.
Four weekly Insertions constitutes oue
month's advertising.
FRIDAY. AUGUST 7, 1903.
BRITAIN'S KING.
No one will dispute that Edward
VII has proven one of the wisest
and most diplomatic kings that
has ever sat upon a throne,
As Prince of Wales for ao long a
a term of years and being so closely
identified with affairs of state, and
representing the sovereign at most
functions where it was possible for
the last two decades, he obtained a
good schooling under the wisest
ruler of the age. Not only that,
but he was ambitious and a.close
student of politics, and he possesses
a wonderful ability to read men.
Thus he has developed into a great
statesman.
The enthusiastic reception accorded the King and Queen by the
Irish people shows how popular
they are personally, and this has
been brought about by tact and a
disposition to do right by all his
subjects.
The wisdom ot our King is already bearing fruit, not only in the
British empire, but among the nations ot the world.
Many people suppose that the
Knglish sovereign is a mere figure*
head who wears costly apparel and
signs documents when they are
placed before him. This is not so,
and especially not with the present
King. He asserted his influence
in a remarkable degree during the
last session of Parliament to secure
the passage of the Irish land purchase bill. He watches legislation
carefully and uses his influence on
the side which he thinks is right,
but Parliament is responsible to the
people and olten the King'*; wishes
are not followed.
MAIL VIA. NELSON.
Deals are pending a~o_L business is
being attempted, yet it is most un<
satisfactory to be unable to send a
letter, and expensive in that it involves the necessity of a visit in
many cases where a letter would
answer. Why the department ii so
elow in this matter we are unable
to find out, but it is hpped that a
move will be made soon.
EQXK)B&gXi NOTES.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
company holds a charter to build a
road, or j continue their Lardo
branch around Trout Lake. They
have held this charter for some
years and we think it about time
some move should be made to build
this section. The district is sadly
held in check by the present means
of transportation being inadequate
and so uncertain and expensive.
We do believe the railway company
is losing more than any individual
or other corporation, but their attention is largely engrossed elsewhere in striving to head off the
Great Northern and other roads,
and they will complete obligations
when it suits their convenience. The
government should step in and compel the company to live up to the
terms ol the charter and endeavor
to have the road completed to Trout
Lake before Xmas. Otherwise we
may And ourselves as we were for
so long last winter, completely shut
off from the outside world and our
interests caused to suffer.
The j. agle is in receipt of the
second number of the f3lairmore
Times, published by H. j. Matheson at Blairmore, Alta. The Times
is a newsy little paper and has good
advertisjpg patronage. Mr. Matheson was the publisher of the Frank
Sentinel until the town of Frank
was ruined by the great rock slide.
He has moved the old plant a few
I miles east to Blairmore. The one
regret is that each move lands him
farther from B. C. The Eagle
wishes him abundant success.
The Hon. James-Dunsmuir, proprietor of the Cumberland collieries, has been fined $25 for employing Chinamen to work underground
and thus violating the laws of the
province. What a shame! Verily,
"Jim" is liable to go bankrupt.
How's your .Printing? Do you know that tbe
EAGLE Job Department has one of tbe best
equipped plants in North Kootenay and that it is
unnecessary to send out of the Lardeau for worfe?
iO�� that order you aie sending away out of the
district to imre a few shillings."'' * Don't be fooled.
The EA&EE pan give you s&|&tion. "We
carry onlyJthe first quality in oi&ce stationery, etc.
���IV '   .;
fgeagge  111 11     =3rs
OUT OF  TOWN  ORDERS
Receive Our Strict Attention.
THE EAQLE.   Ferguson. B.C.
BB*9pse-������=���ase^-sH���as--���aaaai
conatructlon In the United statea, with 10
much advantage to trade and commerce.
PSLO ELECTION DISTRICT.
the taxation of metelTIKirous mlnea ahould be
on the net prod
 ----- ... ��� f ownership of
���hone lyatema ahould be brought about aa a
-   ������the net profile.
That the government ownership ��� '
of tele*
That to encourage tho mining industry,
axatlon of metnnT*���--���������-��� 	
a a baaia ol a percei
4. That the goven
8 hono systems shoulL _  
rat atep in the acquisition of public utllitlea.
li. That a portion bf every coal area hereafter to be diapoaed of ahould be reaerved I rom
aelo or leaae, ao that atate owned mlnea may be
eaally ecceaalble, If their operation becomea
neceuary or adviaable.
6. That In the pulp land
ahonld be made for reforesting  -...-.
ahould lie taken for the general preaervatlon of
land leaaca provision
that atepa
.srvatlon of
forests by guarding against the waateful de.
atruction of timber.
7. That the lotl.jatuie and government of
the province ah'ofrld persevere in the offorta to
aecure the exclusion 61 AllaUc labor.
t. That the matter ol better terma In the
1  �� r*,nf*--**. *-.*!*# I An*     ti\m     tKn
vlgoro
ba Dominion government.
way of subsidy and appropriation for the
"ild be vigorous!? 1
ment.
.. That the" ailver-lead Industrie! of the
IP|     we   auHBiui     me-**     H-pFjsawpaa       . _
firovlnce ahould be vigorously preaaod upon
*p ��*._   ....._ ....
firovlnce be foatered and encouraged by the
inposltlon of Increased customs dtuli	
and lead product, imported into Cal 	
that the Conservative members of the Domtn*
Notice of Data of Public Meeting a for the
Election of Delegates to the
afdUllnatlns Convention.
Supporteraof the Liberal-Conservative party
will hold public meetings at the following
named placea in Kaalo election district ou
Thursday, August 18th. 1903, at 8:30 o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of electing delegates to
a convention lo be held at Kaslo, in the rooms
Three months ago the Canadian
postal authorities were reported to
have promised a tri-weekly mail
service over the Lardo branch from
Nelson to Ferguson, but we hear
nothing more about it, and evidently the department believes the people of the Lardeau will let the matter rest here until next year, but
the people are suffering too much
hardship and loss to permit the
matter to drop so readily.
As it stands, our mail all goes
and comes through the Revelstoke
post office, and our express and
freight goes and comes via. Nelson
and the arrangement is very unsatisfactory and works a great hardship. One can take the boat and
go to Nelson and return in two
days, while It takes five days for a
letter to go and a reply to, come
from Nelson.
Since the Poplar creek district has
opened up the need (or a, mall, service from Nelion li muck tewed, {i
 ,,   ���UgL_. . . 	
p. m., for the purpose of electing delegates to
a convention to be held at Kaslo, ln the roomr
of the Kaalo Liberal-Conservative association,
on Saturday, August 15th, 1903, at S:J0 o'clock
p. ni.:
No. of Delegate!
to be elected.
Kaalo  0
Trout LakcClty  3
Ferguion  I
lon House be urged to support an/ motion Introduced for aueh a purpoae.
10. That aa induatrlal dlaputei ��.lmeat In-
. arlably result In great loas and injury both to
the parties directly concerned and to the public, legialation ahould be peeled to provide
meana for an amicable adjuatment of luch dlaputei between employers and employee!.
11. That It ia adviaable to Inter the manufacture ol the raw product! ol the province
within the province aa far al practicable by
meani ol taxation on the aaid raw products,
aubject to rebate of the aame ln whole or part
when manufactured In Brltlah Columbia,
Alnaworth
Argcnta  1
Urdo  1
Gerrard  1
The delcgatea to the convention will nom.
inate a candidato lor the legislative aaiembly
to contest Kaalo election dlatrlctln the Inter-
eat ol the LlberaHJoneervetlve pany.
The chairman and secretary of the public
meetinga ahall laaua eredentlala to tbe dele*
galea erected.        JOHN HOUSTON,
President of the Liberal-Conservative
Union of British Columbia.
Dated at Kaalo, July 25th, 1W��.
CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM.
(Adoptod at Revelstoke, September 131b, 1902.)
1. That this convention reaffirms tha policy
of the rarty In matters of provincial roads and
trails; the ownership and control ol railways
and the development ol the agricultural re-
aourcea of the province aa laid down In the
filatform adopted In October, 1899, which la as
ollowi;
"To actively aid In the construction of trails
throughout the undeveloped portions of the
province and the building of provincial trunk
roads of public necessity.
*'To adopt the principles oi government own-
hip ol railways in so far as the circumstances ol the province will admit, and the
p_t(��� --���-���������	
ershlp of rallwavs In so fares the circumstances ol the province will admit, and the
adoption ol the principle that no bonus ihould
be granted to any railway company which
doei not give the government ol tne province
control ol rates over lines bonused, together
with tha option of purchase.
"To actively assist by state aid la the devel-
opment ol the agricultural rcaourcea ol the
province,
3. That in the meantime and until the rail*
w
Drags w-f Stationery
A.
Prescriptions Carefully and
..Accurately Compounded..
F.  RANKINE
P. O. BLOCK, FKIWUSON, B. 0.
A
The Townsite ot-
FERGUSON
The Pay-Roll Centre of the
Rich  Lardeau  District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
In on the Ground Floor
There la only one Mat mining Journal.
That li
Mines and Minerals.
It has a larger circulation than any two other
American mining Journal! because It ii th.
best. It li the largest, bnt illustrated and
handsomest mining Journal In th. world. It
Is a mining paper lor mining man. Subscription prlc. 12.00 per yen. Send lor free sample
copy. Addreaa MINKS AND MINEBAL8, Scranton, Fa., C. 8. A. Denver offices, Berth Bldg.,
Denver, Col
Subeoribe for the Urdstu JUQU..
The Lardeau is the richest
known mining district in British
Golumbia and the mines, particularly those about Ferguson,
contain large quan titles ol 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 cize Buy a few lots now
before the effect of this year's
progress sends them up, mayhap beyond your reach.
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots, $75 up,
P��r Further^ Information* Apply to
Henry Floyd
General Agent,
-Revelstoke. B. C. (j
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. j*#?S*>��.  .     THie   IS   THK
V*_a!__SL.9-V��     UNION   LABEL ol
W<i"VKS*<\    "������ United Hatters
y l^SUS^U   ������ N-""1  America.
/ ^|    IA \CA When you are buy-
^H       M��WI either solt or atiff,
U               WmlVU ���" ><> it  thai  the
���             ��� 1 genuine   UNION
���HmW'J Label la aewed In It.
7Sa\\\\\t\\Wvj4.e   "  a  retailer  has
iT��!r3\\\\WKpS      ,<KU  l*-*"*-ls In bis
l*S&nWlfuBiSr   ���   ���'"���session and of-
���OiaTERt-'T       hat for yon. do not
���f                  patronise him. He
Smith & Co.
45BltorySt,
V *-��
-Montreal
Will be represented In
Ferguson three or four
days each month. Any
orders tor clothing -will
reoelre close attention
and we
i
haa not any hgntto nave fooae labela. Loom
labela In retail atorei are eounterlelti. Do not
Helen to any explanation aa to why the hat
hat no label. The Genuine Union Label II
perlorated on the lour edgea exactly the earn.
aa a postage stamp, Counterfeits an sometimes perforated on three of the edges, and
eotaietlmmonlyontwo. Keep a aharp lookout
for the counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers are using them In order to get rid ol
their scab-made hats. The John B. Stetson
Co. of Philadelphia, Pa., Is non-union concern,
JOHN A. MOFFITT, President,
JOHNPHILLIPS.SMreU??f*,M','
11 Waverly Place, Boom u, New York city
GUARANTEE Ay FIT.
t
Time Table.
ft B. ARCHER OR S.S. LARDHAU.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing October 14th, 1903, will sail as follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice dally���10k and Sic.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice dally,��� 7:15k and
12;45k. Making close connection,
with all C, P. lt. Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve -ihe right to
change times of sailings without
notice. ,;.
TJte Fred Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd
Our representative
S. A. Scott is
practical tailor and
will make clothes
At. Hold your
orders tor bim.
To the Public.
Having to go east lor a lew month! I beg to
lay that I will return by tail and re-engage In
my taxldermlit business.
H. W. EDWARDS,
Taxldermlit, Sevelitoke, B. 0.
LILLOOET. FBASKB BIVBB * CAM.
BOO OOLD MELDS, LIMITED,
In Liquidation.
List of Properties tt Be Sold by Private
Tender. Pursuant to tfae Direction!
of the Lltiuldatori.
Trout Lake Mining Division.
ALPHA OROUP (better known as "Broad*
Vl.w Oroup"), comprising 9 Crown-granted
mineral claims, or fractional claims, situated
on Ureat Northern mountain, above Ferguson!,
B. C. together with two blocks ol land, aem<-
ly: Lot 1144, situated iuit west ol Ferguson
townsite, and lot .449, situated about _ miles
north easterly Irom Ferguson on the North
Fork ol Lardeau river, at the loot ol Great
Northern mountain.
LANDS situated on Galena Bay, Upper Arrow
Lake. Three blocks ol land comprising, ln all,
about <j�� acres.
Rossland Camp.
_fhe "CITY OF SPOKANE"  and "NORTH
STAR" mineral claims, together with the
buildings and equipment thereon,
Boundary District.
The "NETA" mineral claim, Crown-granted,
Jttuated ln what la known aa "Brown's Camp,"
and the "QUEEN OF SPADES" mineral claim,
Crown-granted, situated In what ii known as
"Central Camp."
Illeclllewaet Mining Dlvlalon.
Tho LANARK OROUP, comprlalng IS Crown-
granted mineral claima, or Fractional claims,
situated on the main line ol the Canadian Pacific railway, near Illeclllewaet, B. C.
Partlet desiring to put In a tender lor anyone
or more of the above mentioned properties
ahould hare their engineer on the ground and
examinations made without delay.
Further particulars and conditions of sale
and forms ol tender (which are to be sent In
���ot later than Ihe Uth August, IMS,) may be
obtained gratis ol the Liquidators, College Hill
Chambers, College Hill, London, I, c��� and
i.V. Armstrong, Revelstoke, British Columbia.
Dated 15th June, 1903. July 31.
NOTICE
Publio notice la hereby given that the under-
a rued Intend to apply under the provision! ol
e "Tramway Company Incorporated Act"
and amended acts, lor the Incorporation ol a
company with power to build, equip and operate a tramway and to construct and equip
and operate telephone or telegraph lines ln
connection therewith, between a point on
Trout lake, at or near the townsite ol Trout
Lake and a point on Lardeau river, West
Kootenay, at or near Ferguson, B. C, with
branoh linen 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 river.
1 The general routaof said proposed tramway
. and telephone or telegraph lines shall be along
or near ths banks oi Lardeau liver and the
North and South forks thereof.
Dated thlt IMIi darof .Inly, 1903.
A. JOHNSON,
A. JOHNSON,       )
J.A. DARKAUH, {Applicant!.
U.S.McCARrKR.i
Notice to Delinquent Co-owners.
To 7.. Gordon Goldberg or I.. (loldburg, or to
any person or persons to whom they may
have transferred thoir Interests ln thc Little
llobert and Little Knlvnrt Nu. i miner claims
situate at the bead of the north fork of Lardeau crunk, and ��tlJolulii_ the Black Warrior
J roup on Ui. southeast. In th. Trout Lake
Inlng Division al W.tt Kootenay Diatrlct.
-Jnu are hereby notlSed that rhave expended
two hundred and Ave dollars and twent��-a W
canla (131,1.91)), In labor and Improvements on
the above mentioned mineral claima lor tbe
current year In order to hold aaid mineral
claima under the provialona of tbe mineral
Act, and lf within ninety daya from the date
ol this notice you (all or refuse to contribute
your proportion of auchexpendlturea together
with all coat of advertising, your Intern! In
aaid claima will become the property of the
subscriber, under section 4 of an Act entitled
An Act to Anand the Mineral Act, 1900.
Dated at Ferguson this 10th day ol July, 1908.
pctltMra JOSEPH C. KIRKPATRICK;
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium  .  .  .
ARROW LAKES, B.C.
Bltneted^mldat scenery unrivalled for
grandeur. The most complete health
resort on tha continent ol North America,
It! baths euro all Nervous and Muscular dlnases. Its waters heal all
Kidney, Liver and Stomach ailments.
They are a never falling remedy Ior
all metallic polaoua, completely purifying th. system.
TIRMS-lu lo 111 per week, according to residence In Hotel or Villas.
You a
"Wage
Earner ?
If so why not invest some of your
earnings to meet a possible reversal
of fortune. For a safe, profitable
investment there is nothing beats
an   accumulation   policy   in  the
NEWYOMLIFEINSDRANCECO.
This is a purely mutual company
and all its assets, surplus and earnings belong to its policy holders.
Por rates, etc., apply to agent,
B. Q. WOODWARD,
Ferguson, B. C.
THE NEW AND ONLY
MAP
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Including tht Ffih Creek cimp
and Upper Dun cnn Riier-, tec tion, compiled byA. F. Cummins, P. L.S., and S
-Shannon. B. A.,ti now on sale at thli
office. The ready sale of tbe map ts
proving all we hare said for it. The
Trout Lake division If lithographed In
black, the lardeau in red,ana the Ainu-
worth ln blue. Even a tenderfoot could
take a copy of this map and find any
claim recorded In tbe three dlrisioim.
The mountains, lakes, creeks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
aud the location and name (by a unique
Index) of every mineral claim In tbe
district li shown.
Next   fo   Visiting   tkt   Country   In
Person Til* Map Takes .first P^cc.
In fact every geographical'
feature Is so well defined that one can
tee at a glance the nature of our country
and tht trend of the claim locations
Elves an Intelligible Idea of tht mineral
tiu running through the eamp. Hit
certainly
Tie   Best   Worth   for  ono wist
ever offered In the map line tf a mining
camp. It is the first complete map of
the:distrlctand fuelling well. Itlsfust
what you era looking (or. WK ALSO
HAVE A FEW MAPS MOUNTED ON
LINEN, WITH A GOOD COVER. FOR
TRAVELLERS OH PROSPECTORS,
WHICH BELL AT |1.M. THESE ARK
THE BEST VALUE. AB THEY WILL
LABT FOB YEARS.
Address yonr order, with an
tnelosurt of a one dollar MU, [no
cheques, orders, ete.j to
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
Mining companies or others ordering
lots ol 20 or more, maps will be supplied at 60 cents each.
KOTICK.     >
Sixty davMllcr daw, I, David Ferguson, Intend to apply to the Chlel commissioner ol
Lands and works lor permission to purchase
Sle following described land, situated 0. the
South Fo-ifei Lardeau oreek, about one 'mile
from forks above the town of Forguson j *
Commencing at a poet marked "David Ferguson's N. w. corner," thence south -OeMalM,
thence east 30 chains, thenco north 20 ohalnt,
thence west 20 chains to point ol commencement, containing about 40 acres, mora or less,
Dat.il this 23rdday ol July, IMS.
October 9. DAVID FEROl'HON.
OM papers for sale it Emu offloe.
No Scat, Borax, -Soda or Ammonia is nseded 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.
Onoe try it, you'll always buy it
Hadeealy by THE M. K. FA1WUWC C0MPJWT,
CNms,   HrwT-ak,   ���*____,   ail  '       '
WE CARRY CARPETS, i
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND j
CHINA MATTING. I
IRON BEDS a Specialty \
$5 and up.
Goods can be furnished to any part oi Lardeau on very short notice
as the service is such that delivery can be made in one day from Nelson.
No Charge for packing
Funeral Directors and  _
Embalmers.
ICraduat. ol Myer'a t'ollcgc;of embalming)
Can attend case at Ferguson at ten
hours notice If advised hy wire.
............................
D. J. Robertson t* O
NELSON, B. C.
PRIVATE DIKING ROOMS FOR
LADIES.
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND MINING HEN.
zTHBl
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON & SLINGER, Props,
are open bay and night under same management.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C, Opposite the Postoffice.
Capital Authorized, 14,000,000
Capital (paid up) ��� 2,986,266
Rest 2,850,000
HEAD OFFICE:
Tomato,'Ontario.
Branches ln the Northwest Territories. Provinces sol British Columbia,  Manitoba, Ontario aud Quebec,
T. B. MERRITT, President. D. R, WILKIE, Vice-Pros, and Gen. Man.
E. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager. W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector.
Ferguson,   B.  C.  amen���A   General  Banning  Business   Transacted.
Savings Department���Deposits received und interest allowed.
Drafts Sold available In All parts of Canada,
United States and Europe.
Special attention given to collections and
Mining Bonds.
If. MACDONALD
Manager
Everybody    Our Special
smokes     AND	
The Union
CIGAR
Tbey are all Union made and of the
best Havana Tobfu.ro money can
buy. Try one and satisfy .ouru'll
an to their quality.
ft
%
Union Cigar
Factory, H. A.
Brow n, Prop.
w Lardeau $
4.
Hotel
ft
We try to give satisfnc- .,,
tion to our   guests. %
Laughton Bros.
Proprietors.
���Hf-fi.
w
$t&&-Lteb$t$i$.ii!-x-%i' ���>
2 LIVERY AND CARTAGE,  f
KIRKPATRICK & HILLMAN       f
Have Stablea at Ferguson, Trout Lake and Beaton,    W
Where they keep light and heavy vehicle!, single uml
double driven, saddle anil pack horses for hire.    .
Also proprietors of the stage route running between
the above poloti-.^��t;lDg.three, trips weekly.
       m BATOFAOT.ON OPAR*UOTED*=s=*==^.*Ts^-:
pirtrir��rtnnrinrind
^mm
���m
>*_i_v'..*
'.'*������ Local and General.
J, W. Westlt.ll was in Ferguson
Tuesday.
Frank Holton came up from Poplar
creek Thursday,
These are busy times for mon and
horses about Ferguson.
'j. Shannon made a trip to the Ruined Grouse on Saturday.
Wm. E. Deveroux, P. L. S., roturned
to Ferguson Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Parisian are spending a fow days at Trout Lake.
Orange Hamilton, the mineral ferret, was in Ferguson Monday.
Geo. Ross made a trip to Kamloops
last week, returning Monday.
A social dance was given at the Lardeau hotel on Wednesday night, f i.
"Judge" Ryan took the boat for
Rapid creek Monday afternoon.
H. M. Carter and J. Nesbltt have
joined the Poplar creek stampede. '
.John Knnest of Camborne, returned
from the Poplar creek gold tields'Sun-
day.
.Tohn Brandenburg of Nelson, arrived io town Saturday to work on tbe
Silver Cup tramway.
Avther Gunn has gone to Gainer
creek to do assessment on the Two-
and-a-Half mineral claim.
Jos. A. Kirkpatrick and Ed. Hillman
returned from Poplar creek, having located a fine lead of quart..
C. H. Little arrived in town Monday
from Revelstoke to take a position ln
tbe P. Burns & Co. meat market.
J. O. Piper, the furniture man, has
been kept pretty busy during the past
month furnishing Ferguson houses.
Mrs. R. Hardy went out by Wednesday's boat on an extended visit to her
old home at New York Mills, Minn.
W. B. Pool, manager of the Ophir-
Lade Syndicate, has gono to Calgary
to confer with his business associates.
D. McEachren of Rossland, arrived
in town from New York on Thursday
of last -voek and remained a few days.
V. F. Lade was a visitor from tbe
Oyster--Criterion Monday. He took a
tun into Poplar creek camp before returning.
D. G. Forbes, manager of the Great
Western and Silver Cup Mining companies, went out to Nelson on Monday
afternoon.
Kirkpatrick & Hillman took a pack
train to the Metropolitan group Tuesday and another to the Mountain Lion
on Thursday.
Robert Foran, who has the contract
for the right of way for two tramways
above Ferguson, has a big force at
work and Is making rapid headway.
J. W. Manross went out Tuesday
morning to Deadwood, B. C. He in*
tends moving his family to Ferguson
inside a fortnight to reside permanently.
Duke Champagne and Charlie Peter*
son have been awarded a contract ln
the Nettle L. mine to run a 200 foot
tunnel. They will do the work by
machine power.
Bertie McKibben of the Canadian
General Electric company, who is making a trip through tbe Lardeau ln the
Interest of his company, registered at
the Hotel Windsor Thursday of last
week.
Tho Ferguson townsite has been
greatly Improved in tbe past week by
rutting out ugly black stumps and
stubs and also trees that stood dangerously near some of the dwellings. The
work proceeds.
Looal. With a ray.treak.
Legal forms for sale at Eaole office.
HOTEL FOR SALE���In prosperous
town of Ferguson,' B. C. Apply 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
the phone. Office in' Cummins & Co.'s
store.
Orders for furniture will be filled as
quickly and with better results at the
wholesale and retail,.store of D. J,
Robinson & Co., Nelson, than any
where else in the province,
* Smokers: If you want the genuine "Union" and "Our Special"
HOAR iee tbat "Union CJgw Fwtory"
is stamped ln gilt letters on every box.
���H. A. Brown, Revelstoke, B. C.
Wanted immediately.���A good
camp cook Tor the Triune raine. Apply to J. A. McCrossan, Manager.
Order a ping-pong set, framed or
unframed pictures, picture frames,
drawing requisites, books, magazines
or anything ln tbis line of goods from
the Canada Drug & Book Co., Revel]
stoke, B. C. Mall orders attended to
promptly;
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 Btage for Goldflelds
and Camborne meets the steamboat on
Its arrival and departure.
Anyone having accounts against the
King's Hotel will please present same
on or before August 31st and the same
will be paid. Also all accounts due tbe
King's hotel must be paid by the 31st
of August.
James Cummings, Proprietor.
PROPERTY' FOR SALE-Lot No.
10, ln Block 55, on Main street, next to
Ferguson hotel, and lots 6 and 7, in
block 1, also on Main street near post
office. These are very desirable lots
and can be purchased cheaply. Apply
to E. G. Woodward, Eagle office.
GO TO.
CUMMINS'
fob'
FINE
CONFECTIONERY,
FANCY
BISCUITS,
TOBACCOS,
FRU it. ETC.
Ferguson,     -    -    ���    B. 0.
!55"fct **&.***}**-ri**_***!i ifa.ifc_sii_rf��i4t rir-sM
Tonsorial   * ��
Parlors..
*
MAIN STREET,
FERGUSON, B. C.
Shaving.     Shampooing,
Hairdresslng,     Singeing.
Dyeing,     Baths, hot and
oold water. "    '"
I have tbe beat appointed .hop in the G
Lardeau. Open from 8 a. m. to S p. m. |-r
ROY E. JAMIESON   J
L Proprietor. gj
Th�� B.C. ASSAYS CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. wa.
��� Vancouver, b. c.
Headquarters for Ann^yem, Mining
Jb Mill -Supplies. Hole agents ln li.
C, for Morgan Crucible Co., Itattcm-sa.
England; F. W, Urauu St Co.'s Patent
Uary Furnaces, Burneri, etc.; Wm, Ains��
worth tic Co.'s Flue Balances, etc., etc.
50 YEARS' .
EXPERIENCE
Trade Mams
DCSIQNB
COPVfllOHT* AC.
tloosstrtetLreonlldentl     	
wit free. Oldest utmnr for seenrlnijpati
Patenta taken through Munn A vo. t
 landbook on Patenta
ior forseeartnipatenta.
Anyone sending a sketeb end description mar
<.���atcl.1T ascertain our opinion free whether ao
Invention liprobablr patentable.  Communle*.
probablrpatem
"--""',W.Hi
ior for sc���_.-_
__   ugh Munn A1	
ipteUU notk-t, without eharn. In the
Scientific JIttiericati*
A haadaom.lv llloatrated wHklr. Laneat circulation ot an; scLnUBo Journal. Terms, II a
Mar t roar months, IL Bold brail nawadaalera.
EAGLE HALL
on second floor ip Eagle block
Ferguson, B. C,
B. 0. WOODWARD,
 see.....��>.
PROFESSIONAL
CARDS.
OB. N. WILKIE,
��� P. L. S.
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Surveys made and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Offloe:
Trout Lake;
w
ILLIAM A. BAUER,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
Burvova ol Mlnea, Mineral claima and
Crown Landa. Crown Grants Obtained and Assessments Managed
tor Absentees.
Offices: Camborne and Vancouver
WM. E. DEVEREUX,
r. l. s.,
CIVIL and
MINING
ENGINEER.
Oflice,
Beaton, B. C
"ROBERT HODGE,
BARRISTER, ETC,
Solicitor for
The Imperial Bank
Perguson, B. C.
OFFICE-In tbe Ophir Lade block.
Tl ABVEY, McCARTER Si PINKHAM,
Barristers, Sollclters, etc.
Offlcea: Revelatoke, Golden, and Farm-
aon. Solicitors for Imperial Bank
of Canada
Geo. 8. McCarter. J. A. Harvov.
A. M. Pinkham.
TIRED C. EUI0TT,
Barrister, Notary Public etc.
TROCT LAKE CITYB, C, AND
FERGUSON,  B.  C.
FERGUSON
Having purchased .the
Ferguson Meat Market we
are prepared to supply our
customers witb all kinds o(
Fresh and cured meats. A
good supply of Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Sausages, Hams
and Bacon always on hand,
P, BURNS k CO.
We have made provision for very
extensive sales during August. Call
and. examine our stock before placing an
order.
Tea and Coffee
We make a specialty of Pure Teas and
Rich Coffees.
Summer Clothing, Boots and Hats of the best
make and large assortment.
1
McKinnon & Sutherland |
New Qoods for the  Trade.
*. .������
CROCKERY AMD GLASSWARE.
The best selected stook that has ever been shown ln the Lardeau.
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT.
A new lot of Hardware covering everything used ln mine or tbe bush
BOOTS AND OLOTHINO.
A fine ljne of waterproof Boots for prospectors and bushmen.
Clothing for all purposes and a full stook.
G-. B. Batho & Co.,
THE POST OFFICE STORE.
THE  KING'S HOTEL
tt	
Well lighted and heated by hot
air furnace. Tables supplied
with the best the market affords,
Rates $1.50 Per Day
 %���
JAS.  CUMMINGS,   Prop., Ferguson, B.   C.
*m
Watches, Clocks and
Jewelry.
JL
��
I bare high grade
Waltham, Vanguard,
Crescent, Street,
C. P. R. Special,
Elgin, Father Time,
, Veritas and B. W.
Raymond's.
I hare Eight-Day, Gon
Strike and Nickle Clocks,
J.V. RBBVBS,
Jeweler and Optician,
FERGUSON, B. C.
REAP THE BAGLE,
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 andFergusoanndPacking
.Freighting     xTransfer 0utfit-
Contracts entered Into for packing of Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point in tht district.
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaran-
.   teed.  Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Ferguson
a specialty.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.    S. Daney, Prop.
Perguson Hotel
McDONELL & BLACK.
��__���_^!51'_J0M_,  _-,
FERGtlHON, B. C.
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