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���_; METAL QUOTATIONS.
,S Mew York IMarkc*..
i~"  Silver���Bar	
Lead���1001b    $4.10
Copper    $13.65
The Eagle is more widely
circulated than any otubr
newspaper in north kootenay���it will be pound an excellent advertising medium.
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Vol  III, No' 58
Ferguson, B. C, March 27th, 1903
$2 a Year
Slides are Becoming
Frequent and Trains
are being tied up
on the branch.
On Tuesday the soft condition of the
weather started some slides on the
Crow's Nest lino between the tunnel
and the summit. A snow plow. was
sent dowh at noon and managed to get
through but tho loosened snow at once
filled up the track again. ../{The plow
was sent back to open it again for the
evening express but the latter found it
impossible to get through and left
Michel for the wost the next morning.
A freight train tried to get through
from the west on Tuesday night and
got stuck it milo east of the tunnel.
The Wednesday morning express
was held at Crow's'Nest and did not
get through until Friday morning.
Altogether there wero six engines in
the mlxup and two plows were kept at
work trying to clear the track. On
Wednesday afternoon a terrible blizzard set in and tho weather turned
very oold. The storm was the worst
the trainmen had e*:perionced id years.
It lasted until Thursday forenoon and
during that time little could be accomplished as tho drifting snow filled up
the track that had boen cleared. During the rcrit of Thursday and the following night the plows assisted by a
force of nearly 100 men succeeded ln
opening up the Una again and establishing traffic. The slides extonded
nearly all the way from the tunnel to
Crow's Nest. Tho largest were
several hundred feet in length with a
depth of about 12 feot. Superintendent Jaraieson was in tlie blockade all
the time and personally directed the
work. Tho men had an uncomfortable
time of it and many had uo sleep during the three nights.
A small slido occurred tills side of
Sparwood on Wednesday ami a freight
was stuck in the snow there until
relieved by the plow i-'etuVnirig on Friday morning. A strong force of men
had been sent down from Fernie but
tbey had been unable to dig it out.���
Fernie Free Press.
The number of land tenants in Ireland is estimated at 350,000, and the
tents paid by thorn annually aggregate
from about $25,000,000 to U 10,000,000.
In the arrangement for the milo of land
to the peasantry, nf reed upon between
tho Duke of Abercorn, Lord D'unravon
und others, representing the Irish
landlords, and John Redmond and
other Nationalists leuders, representing the Irish tenant farmers, this
rent was assumed to represent 4 per
cent, on this investment, thus making
the latter from $725,000,000 to $1,000,
000,000. Tbo plan of settlement
agreed upon provides that the govern*
ment shall buy the land from Its pres*
ent ownors, giving them lu payment
bonds that will produce the same revenues that they are now receiving in
tho way of rents. Tho tenants are
thon to becomo the ownors of tlie land,
reimbursing the government by paying installments in tlie form of a reduced rent for a period of 50 years or
more.
I oor cook we've got just now, for she
Can't cook to save her life.
I'd like to fire her; but geel
I can't, for she is my wile I���Ex
A Quick Dentlt.
Martin Golla, a laboring man quite
well known about Tacoma, Wash.,
made a sensational finish to his earthly
career the other day. He placed half a
stick of dynamite in his mouth, while
gloriously drunk, touched a match to
the fuse, and ontered Kingdom Come
with a rapidity seldom excelled.
The frightful tragedy occurred in
yard at tho home of Asa K. Hughes,
where he was a guest. Golla drove
downtown yesterday, and, with a companion returned In a delightfully
happy condition.
Shortly after getting back from
downtown, while Mr. and Mrs: Hughes
were In their yard in company with C.
Hospin, a friend, it is said that Golla
entered the house and wont to his old
telescopo valise. He brought out thc
stick of dynamite and a huge 45 calibre revolver of ancient make, and
came back out into the yard flourishing the weapon wildly. Mr, and Mrs.
Hughes and Hospin ran for the house
to get out of the range of the weapon.
Hughes and Hospin went through tho
door.
Mrs. Hughes was in a hurry, too, and
she dived in through the window,
taking glass sash'and all Into tbe
house. Finding that he was apparently master of the yard and all It contained, Golla placed tbe piece of dynamite In bis mouth as ono would a
cigar, calmly lighted the fuse, and in
less than a second afterwards thero
was no more Golla.
Coucert PoNtponetl.
On account of death having again
visited 'Ferguson tho school coucert
has been postponed till Thursday
night, April 2nd.
The trustees sincerely hope there will
be a large attendance next Thursday
and they feel assured that a good time
may be had. Certainly tbe means of
entertainment are various and it is
felt that all may be suited,
The first part of tbe evening will be
devoted to a concert. Then tho ladles
baskets will be sold to the highest bidders and whon this part is dono suppor
will be eaten. When supper Is over
dancing will commence. Altogether
thore is room for an enjoyable night's
entertainment. Tickets for concert
50 cents.   Tickets for  dance 50 cents.
New York, March^ 20.���Coroner's
physician Watson declared today that
the death of Benjamin Hilson from
Glanders was the first case he had ever
seen in which the disease caused the
death of a human being. Hilson, who
was 52 years old, became III four weeks
ago and was roinoved to tho metropolitan hospital, whore ho died. The
body was removed to the morgue and
Dr. Watson in the presence of about
20 physicians and surgeons from Cornell and Bollovuo colleges performed
the autopsy. Hilson contracted tho
disease it Is found, by attending to a
horse which was sick with glanders.
In administering medicine to the
animal ho put his hand into lis mouth.
It Is shpposod that tho poison was
communicated to his blood through a
eut or abrasion on his hand.
Itarelny Crlllv Realgna,
Barclay Crilly has resigned the
superintendency of the Nettie L. mine
and will leave in a few daya for San
Francisco to visit his sister.
When Mr. Crilly started-vtor.: on the
Nettie L. it was a prospect such as
many others about Ferguson but tho
property has been devoloped under his
eye until today it occupies a place in
the front rank of Lardeau mines.
We understand Mr. Crilly is not
leaving Ferguson for good but only for
vacation and ovorybody will be pleased
to see him back. Ho has stayed very
closely at tho Nettio L. and a trip will
do him a world of good.
Otto Blohm Passed
Away, Wednesday.
Large Funeral Procession to the Grave
Another victim was added Wednesday to the number who havo met
death as the result of tho terrible disaster at the Nottie L. mino on March
"th. Otto Blohm was overcome by
gas as woro many others at tho time
but this man evidently got a heavier
dose of the poisonous gas than others.
After being takon lo tlio hospital
ho regained consciousness utter a fow
days and hopes wero entertained for
his recovery but tho rally was only
temporary and ho gradually sank until death brought reliuf Wednesday at
noon.
Dr. Newcombe assisted by nurse
Edwards, did everything that could
be done for tho unfortunate su.fl.erer
but it was believed, nearly a fortnight
ago that he could not recover. Mr.
Johnson, a full brother of the deceased,
spent most of his time ut tho bedside.
Mr. Johnson was also brought to tho
hospital ln an unconscious state appearing as bad ns tho deceased but he
recovered ln 24 hours.
The Minors' Union men and others
have been very ready to assist in sitting up, This was much appreciated
especially beforo tho arrival of nurse
Edwards.
A number of men camo
from the Cup and all canto from tho
Nottio L. who woro not ill of 'grippe.'
Kev. S.J. Greon preached the funeral
service in Eagle hall at 1;30 to a largo
congrogation.
He took for his text "If a
man Die Shall he Live Again," and
proached a most appropriate sorinon.
Throe old familiar hymns were sung,
"What a Friend wo Have In Jesus,"
"Nearer My God to Thoe" add "Jesus
Lover Of My Soul."
Seven teams formed a procession
three having four horses aud drove to
the cemetery, there being about 75
persons in the process-ion.
Tho following union men served as
pallboarers: J. D. McLeod, W. D.
Kddy, N. Morrison, D. Lofgren, Otto
Billio and O. Erickson.  .
Postmortem  Examination.
Wednesday evening at 8;30 tho coroner, Dr. Nowcombc, held a postmortem examination uf tbe body of thu
lulu Otto llhhm. Tbe following aro a
few of the findings:
Generalized edema of brain with
extensive exudate into ventricles of
brain and spinal canal.
Thrombosis of cerebral sinuses. Organized blood clot In ventricles of hoart
Generalized venous congestion and
blood stasis of vessels of lungs, heart
and abdomen.
TheCuriite'H Compliment.
In a wost ond church on a recent
Sunday the junior curate preaching
ou reasons for coming to church.
"Some people," ho remarked, "como
to church for no better reason than to.
show off their best clothes. Then ho
paused and glanced thoughtfully over
his audience. "I am thankful to Bee,
dear friends." ho added, "that nono of
you have como hero ior that reason."���
London Telegraph.
A Neat  l.ooklet of Patenta.
We havo received from Messrs.
Marion & Marion, patent attorneys, of
Montreal, an admirable compendium
of condensed information on the subject of patents and everyday statistical
data. This littlo book entitled "Invention is just the proper sizo for the vest
pocket, 2i x 41 inches, is bound in
handsome celluloid covers, and contains uot only quadrille-ruled blank
pages for memorauda but also 28 pages
of interesting printed matter including
quite a surprising amount of novel and
useful information not heretofore published. Among the items of information contained in this compact little
volume aro graphically illustrated
tables showing (the growth of tho
United States and Canada patent
offices, geographical distribution ef
United States and Canadian patentees
among the different countries, the
invontiveness of Canadian provinces,
tbo comparative inventiveness of the
United Statos and Canada, the world's
greatest inventors, and legal markings
for patented articles, in edition to the
very full and useful description of tho
mode of patent and trade mark pro-
ceedure and the extensive equipment
ot Messrs. Marion and Marion for their
work. A full schedule of costs is also
given, and a highly interesting list of
some of the fields of invention iu which
they havo obtained patents.
The book Is prepared especially for
the use of tho techuieal and industrial
clients of Messrs. Marion & Marion,
and docs tills enterprising lirtn much
credit. Wo understand it is to be had
from them by the readers of tliis paper
on request for 10 cents.
ring Pone Hmnloil.
Plug-poug has at last fallen under
the bun ot the law keepers of Scotland.
In the city of Dundee tho police
magistrates have decided that this
latest fashionable game is detrimental
to tho morals of a sober city. It seems
that all public houses ot that town or
nearly all, have provided ping-pong
tables for thoir patrons, r.nd the cus
torn of playing for drinks has grown so
rapidly that the jails aro not large
enough to accommodate the victims of
tho game. Consequently greatly
aroused by this sudden increase of
intemporanco, tho magistrates have
decided that henceforth ping-pong
may not bo played in places where
liquor is sold.
Dun't be n lsuek Number.
Tho homo that is furnished with a
Lardeau Eagle and the Weekly
Free Press will be a homo whose members will know what is being done,
what is boing discussed and what Is
boing planned in this great busy
expanding west. Tbis information
that no westerner can afford to bo
without. Not totktiow what is going
on in his own laud would stump him as
a hack number, and would put l.im out
of the race for advancement and prosperity. Thoro are few intostments
that pay larger dividends than a newspaper subscription If wisely placed.
C. I'. It. Strike.
A despatch from Victoria says:
Goorgo Estes, president of the United
Brotherhood of Railway Employees,
who is organizing tbe strike now on
against tho C. P. It., was charged in
the polico court this morning with
conspiracy to delay his majesty's
mails, the charge being laid under a
section of the postal service act of
Canada, which prescribes a punishment of ono year's imprisonment.
The case was remanded until tomorrow. '      ;   .:    ���
The local branch of tho longshore
men's union has refused to join the
striking steamboat employees who
went out tn sympathy with the rail
rray employees
The Associated Boards
of Trade of the
Kootenay Convene
at Fernie, B. C.
At the convention of the associated
boards of trade of tho Kootenays held
at Fernie on Thursday the IHtb, inst.,
an important "hill of faro" was prepared for the consideration of tho
legislature. Resolutions were passed
covering the following questions:
The prevention of forest flros.
The establishing of a public park ir.
Kootenay, and of an experimental
orchard iu the mountain region.
Tho propagation of lish in Kootenay
waters.
Endorsing tho resolution of the silver-lead mine owners.
Extending the tioic in which to earn
the bonus on loai refining.
Favoring a commission to be appointed by the Dominion Government
to investigate compulsurary arbitration
iu Now Zealand.
Encouraging tourist travol in Koote
nay.
Favoring the Dominion government
promptly investigating labor troubles
and making the facts public.
A daily mail serviee on tho Crow's
Nest railway.
Exempting diamond drills from duty
Opening East Kootenay reserves for
settlement.
Against bonuses for transcontinental
lines.
In favor of assistance for local roads,
Favoring better court facilities in
East Kootenay.
After a warm discussion, last year's
resolution asking tho government to
louso coal lands was substituted for the
Greenwood resolution.
Kossland is to be tho next place of
meeting.
The convention concluded with a
banquet at the I '.oval hotel.
New Superintendent.
Whon it waB known that L'. Crilly
intended going to Sun Francisco, Mr,
A. P. Garrett was sunt for to his home
in lioise, Idaho, and ho came at one*
and is now superintendent at the Nettie L.
We bsllbve that a better :*.:an could
hardly havo been found for the posi-
lion ns Mr, Garrett has had .vide ami
varied experience In mining. Ilu
spent a number of years In the Black
Hills. Dakota, whore they have thu
best mines iu tho world and he held n
position similar to the ono ho now .Ills
at the Nettio L.
Mr. Garrett is not a stranger In tho
camp either, his lield oi labor has
been in the Ferguson camp sinco December, 100.. For about a yea:* he has
been working a big contract on tho
Sunshine which properly belongs to
the Silver Cup Minos, Ltd.
A Nasty Cut.
Dr. W. E. Newcombe hud a call lo,
Eight-Mile Wednesday |to attend Norris Smith, who is working on a wood*
coutract. ',' $M>Doctor .found Mr.
Smith Suffering from an ugly' cut
caused by an axo, but it is not danger-,
ous and if taken euro of will soon heal.
Mr. and Mrs. Smiln unwed to Eight-
Mile from the Nettle L, a fortnight
since. Lardeau Bagle
Published everv  Friday nt Ferguson, B, C,
bj
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Forr weekly insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
FRIDAY. MARCH 27 1903.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
The unfortunate man whose
remains were L'liiiocl yesterday was
well known about Ferguson where
he and his brother worked for
several years. Tliey worked on
their mining claims in summer and
n; otic of the mines in winter.
Although the names are so different
Nels Johnson and Otto Blohm were
full brothers unci havo hardly ever
been separated. They were born
nnd raised in Sweeden but have
been in this country a number of
years, lt is sad to see strong men
cut off when just in lhe prime of
life, and in un attempt to rescue
fellow workers. This man had
grout ambition. He spent his earnings in developing his claims but he
did not live to enjoy the fruits of
h's hard toil.
Kev. Mr. Green's theme of discourse in preaching the funeral service yesterday was, "If a man
die shall he live again." He believer; most emphatically, yes! He
held that whereas man's body; is
of matter and it returnelli to matter, dust and il returneth to dust
to be perhaps changed into another
state of life. Why not then the
soul which is ol far greater importance, which has the real value in
the site ot our crealor. He thought
men had to stiff.r so much during
our brief sojourn on earth surely
there is a better place provided
which may be attained, where the
soul puis on a new form and is immortal, to spend lhe unlimited hereafter. Mr. Green certainly delivered a good practical discourse.
The announcement contained in
an Ottawa despatch to the Province
on Tuesday that the name of Ralph
Smith, M. P., was being mentioned
in connection with the leadership of
the Liberal party in British Columbia came as a pleasant surprise to
Vancouver people,
No one in Ottawa or Vancouver
of course has taken it upon himself
to make ail official Statement on the
question, and no one can until it is]
determined at a convention of
Liberals representing the various
Liberal associations throughout the
province. It is said that the question has been broached to Mr.
Smith on several occasions recently
in an informal way, and the telegram from Ottawa is taken as good
evidence that the feeling amongst
the party leaders in the east is
much the same as ts thought to be
with the rank and file in British
Columbia.
"Wilh Ralph Smith at its head,
the Liberal party would make a
clean sweep at the next provincial
election," is the way one liberal ptil
it this morning and that seems to
be about the feeling general not
only among members of the Liberal
party here, but with the labor people ofthe city as well.
Hon. Joseph Chamberlain made a
speech in the British house of commons on March 20th; being his
first speech since his return from
Soutli Africa. He said among
other things that 100,000 people
had been repatriated, and lhat the
government was giving the new
colonies, under the peace terms and
as military compensation, the remarkable aggregate of $7j,ooo,ooo
towards the expenses of their resettlement.
Watches, Clocks and
Jewelry.
Were it not for thc deep snow
WO would say spring is here but
wilh all Ihis snow about, it is
decidedly wintry. However the
weather is beautiful and the hot sun
is cutting the snow off rapidly, but
being so deep it is unlikely lhat wheels can be used
before the end of April.
The roads .'.re getting soft and
S. Daney keeps a man on the road
shovelling most of lhe time. The
sun cuts one track more than the
other and Ihis has to be levelled by
means ofthe- shovel.
Mr. Daney puts a lot nf work on
lhe roads every year and gets
nothing for it. Of course, lie docs
litis for his own benefit but the
benefit is nut all derived by him, by
any means, fur it is the public highway nnd ihis work benefits everyone who use the roads.
We lhiil.lt it only fair that Mr.
D.\:isy should be paid by the government out ol lhe appropriations
rot*, roads and trails for* his labor,
which is necessary to the community.
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I havo high grade
Waltham, Elgin,
Vanguard, Crescent,
Street, C. P. R. Special, Father .Time,
Veritas and 13. W.
Raymond'..
I have Eight-Day, Cong
Strike and Nlcltlo Clocks.
J. V. REEVES,
Jeweler and Optician,
Ferguson
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equipped plants in North Kootenay and that it is
unnecessary to send out ofthe Lardeau for work?
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district to save* a few shillings. Don't be fooled.
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The Lardeau is the richest
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contain Ian**; quantities ot ore
being big as well as rich. Several
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before the effect of this year's
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Notice,
Notico is hereby given Hint DQtl-ays after
date I intend to n|ij>ly in Ilm Chief Cointuis-
Bloijer of bunds und Works for a special license
'a out and carryaway timber from tho follow-
,1ns do3orlbecl hinds in West Kootonay, commencing at a post situated about 80 chains
north ol Eiffht-WilQ Bridge on tho south fork
of tbe Lardoau rivor, thonco -in chains north,
thenee 100 clmina west, thonco 40 ohalns south,
thence KW elmius oast l(> tbe point of commencement.
Dated ...ith Fobruary, 1008,
SltVBlt COP MINKS, LTD,
Erland Q, iladow,
Bocroinry,
Notloo-
Notice iBhorobygiven tlmt 80 days aftor
date tlntoinllo apply to tho QhloJ Commissioner ol l.iinrisiiiul works for a special llconso
tocut nnd curry away timber from tho following described lands In West Kootenay com-
monclng from ��i post situated about 80 chains
north of l_.ijj.ht.Miio Bridge ou the South Fork
uftba ���Lardoau Rivor, thonco"40 chains south-
thonco lflOchains wost, thfiiTco40 chains north,
thonco 100 chains oast to point of commence-
ment,
Dated 20th February, KIM.
SILVER CUP MINES, LTD.
Erland ti. Ilndow,
Secret ii ry.
Notice*
Noti-ajsls horoby given that :w days after
date I intend to apply to the Cliiof
Commlpsionor of Laud!, and Works for permts-
ion to pnrchaso liiu acres of land situated on
tlio south side of tho Ferguson townsite com-
-menclng from n pog-j situated near the southeast corner of same; thenco 40 chains south;
thence 40 eliains west; thenee-10 chains north;
thenee 10 eliains east to point of commencement.
Ferguson, B. 0��� February _!_Jnd, 1JH)8-
DONALD G. FOBBES.
Notice
Notice i.-^ horoby give
I intond to apply to tl
Honor of Lands and W
to Out and carry away
Dig described lands ii
ini.ni.ini. from a post i
east   of   tbe   FergUi
chains south, thence
chains north, thenco
of commencement.
Dated 25lii February
ii that 80 days aftor dato
to Hon. Chief Com in ls*-
,rl:s for asnccla] license
timber from the follow
iwest Kootenay: Coin-
inuited about -10 eliains
on townsite, thonco M)
SO chains east, thence 80
80 chains west to point
vm.
DONALD Q, FORBES.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that 80 days after date
I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Land.s and Works for a special license
to eut und oarry away timber from the following described lands in West Kootenav: Commencing nt a post planted about 'Id eliains
east of Ferguson townsite, thenco 160chains
north, thence40 chains cast, thence 100 eliains
south, thenco 40 chains west to point of com-
moncemodt.
Dated 25th February, 190.1.
GREAT WESTERN MINES, LTD.
fob27 A. If, Holdich, Sccrotarv.
Notlco.
Noticefs hereby given that 80 days after data
I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lanes and Works for a special license to
rut and carry away timber from the following
described lauds In West Kootenav, commencing at a post about 40 chains east of the Ferguson townsite, thenee IHO chains north,
thence 40 chains west, thence 10) chains soutli,
thence 40 chains east to point of commencement.
Dated 20th February, 1903.
GREAT WESTERN MINES, LTD,
A. H. Holdich, Secretary.
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.
To Wiltiam Howard or whomsoever ho may
have transferred his Interest in tho''Clyde"
and "Clyde No. _!" mineral claims', situated on
Silver ('up .Mountain adjoining the Lucia
mineral claim nnd -JJ..; miles from Ferguson, in
the Trout Luke Mining Division, West Kootenay district of B.C.
You are bereby notified tbat I havo expended
(220 in labor und improvements upon tho
above mentioned claims since O0t.7th, 1001,
under the provisions of iho Mineral Act, and
if withfn 90 days from the dale of ihis notice
you Jail or refuse to contribute your proportion of the above mentioned sum which Is now
due, together with all cost  of advertising,
your interest In ihe said claims   will  becomo
the propertvof tbe undersigned iludei seetion
���l of the Mini nil Aet Amendment Act 1000.
Dated at Ferguson, U. ('., this 18th day of
December, 100*2.
NAPOLEON EMO
Notlco tu Delinquent Co-Owner.
To C, J. Smith nml F. W. Hinsdale or tofany
person or persons to whom they may have
transferred their interests tn the following
mineral claims, the "Mollie A " and "Copper
Key" located at Short ereek south of Pass
ereek in the Trout Lake mining division of
West Kootenay.
Takonotlcu that we tho undersigned have
performed thc work and recorded the a^se-s-
meut on the above named properties forthe
years lflOO-1001 and inorder to hold your interest lu said claims under section 21 of tho
Mineral Act and if within P0 davsof tho first
publication hereof you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of .sucli expenditure
together With the cost of advertising, vour
interest in the .said claims will bboomo tho
propertvof tbe .-.uliseribers under Seetion 4 of
the Minoral Aet of 1900.
Dated at Ferguson, B.C. this 19th day of Dec.
1002.
Rlimp-i    ( HENRYSANN.
dec 19 PWeu    j jqe MORETT
Halcyon Hot Spings
Sanitarium   .   .   .
ARROW LAKES, B.C.
Sltuatedjmldst scenery unrivalled for
grandeur.    The most complete health
resort on tho continent of North America.
Its baths cure ail Nervous nnd Muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
Kidney, Liver and Stomach ailments.
Thoy are a never falling remedy for
all metallic poisons, completely purifying the system.
TERMS-*-fl6 to 118 per week, according to residence In Hotel or Villas.
Certificate of  Improvements
Notice,
Nettle L. Fraction, No. 1 Fraction nnd Coppi
Reef minoral  claims, situate in the  Trout
J.nke mining division of West Kootenay district,
i Where located.���un Nettle L. mouni'nln.
TAKK NOTICE tbat I, George S. McCarter*
acting as aj,'ent for the (.rent Western Mines,
Limited Liability, Free Miners' certillcate No
It. 48174, Intend Gil days from the date hereof to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certilleatc
of improvements forthe purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant o( the above claims.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that action
under Seetion :f7 must be commenced before
tho issuance of .such certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 23rd day of January,A.D., 1003.
GEO. H. MeCAUTKlt.
Grcnt   Western    Mine*,      Limited    uml
Double Kngle AI. A D, Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that any written
transfers of stock In cither of those companies
that have not yet been sent In to the office for
registration nnd the Issue of proper certificates for them, must be sent in by the hist
day of February, 1008, as they will not be
recognized after that dnte.
Forguson,-B, C. Jan. 20,1008;
A. 11. HOLDICH, See'y
Certified to of Iniin-oveiiH.nt.--i.
NOTICK,
"Culbort," "Handy,"   "Handy   No,   2.,'
"Lynch," '."Low," ("Low Fraction.1
inlUCrol claims, BttUtttO tn thO Trout Luke
Milling Division of West Kootenny District.
hWhora located:���Near Lynch creek on Lur
dean river.
Toko notice thai r. a. it. Iloyland, agent for W.
ti'. IIraytOIJ, Free Miner's Certtllcntc No. BfiOlM
intend sL.lv days from -*1"' date hereof, to
apply t" the Mining R rnrd-.r for a Certificate
oi Improvements, forthe purpose of obtaining
n Crown 'irant of the above claims,
���i And further take notice that action mulct
section :i7, must bo commenced before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvement!
Dated this nth day of January, A, D., 1008,
A. R. III.YLAND-
Cortllleate of Iinprovoinents.
NOTICE.
���('.vo and a Half
mineral claim situate In the Trout. Lake
Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Whore located:-On Lado mountain near the
Badshot mine.
STAKE NOTICE that I, O.B.N. Wilkie, acting 08 agent for the Ophir-Lade Mining Syndicate, Limited, Free Miner's Certillcate No. B,
48173, Intend 00 days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate
nt Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
ii Crown Grant of the above claim,
And further take notice that action, under
section 87, must be commenced before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,
Dated tbislltbdny of December,A,D. 1802,
O.B.N. WILKIE
Notice.
HoUcj. isheraby g von that tho undersigned
will nnt bo responsible for any account except
on puoduetlon of a written order signed by
thc mnungor, Superintendent or Secretar-y.
THE OI'HIR-LADE MINING 'SYNDICATE,
LIMITED,
International
Correspondence
Schools, SOKp^ON'
Gives instruction by mail in the following subjects; Mechanical engineering,
mechanical drawing, Electrical engineering, telegraphy, telephony, sanitary plumbing, heating and ventilation, civil engineering, architecture, architectural drawing, sheet metal pattern drafting, lettering
nud sign painting, omamontnl designs,
book Keeping, stenography, milling, smelting, metallurgy, hyuVometallurgy, electro-
therapentlcs, French, German, Spanish.
Send lor free catalogue.
It) per cent discount by cutting out this
nd. and enrolling before end ol month.
W. U. McPOl GALL, Local Agent:
Nelson, 15. C,
Smith & Co.
45 Bleury St,
4- Montreal
Will bo represented In
Forguson tbreo or four
(Jays eui.'U month. Any
orders for clothing will
rcceivo     close    attontion
GUARANTEE  A   FIT.
Out- representative
S. A. Scott is a
practical tailor and
will mako clothes
lit. Hold your
orders for him.
Time Table.
S. a ABOHEB OE S.S. LAEDBAU.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing October Mth, 1901, will sail as follows,
weather permitting,
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice daily���10k and 15k.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice daily���7:15k and
12;45k. Making close connections
with all C. P. it. Steamers and trains.
Tbo owners "reserve tbo right to
change times of sailings without
notice.
Tli3 Fred Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd
ti.o 15. C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO, wa.
VANCOUVKR, B, U.
Headquarters for AttHiiynr., Minim,
���t Mill Bupi'licg. Solo agents ln u.
C. (or Mor*.',m Cnlnlile Cn., Ittiltersoa,
England; F. 'V. Ilnum A Co.'s Patent
Cary Furnaces, Burnors, oto,; win. Ainu-
worth A* Co.'a Pino Balances oto., etc.
United Bates of NorthAmerica
TIMS    IS    TiriC
UNION'   LABEL  of
tho United Hatters
of North America.
When you aro buy-
ng  a PUR   hat,
itltor soft or stiff,
boo io it tlmt the
cenuiiK!     U S I (i N
l.iibfl Is sowed in it
if   a  rotaller   hat
loose  labols in li is
���  IKiBSL'ssion  nnd   of-
Af^LUJZS^-tf       furs to (int ono In ;t
^V/STE.Fvt* li't f<*r yon, do not
patronize him. Uo
has not any rigntto nave loose labels. Looso
labels In retail stores are counterfeits. Do not
llstonto any explanation as to why Mil- hat
hns no label. The Genuine Union Label Is
perforated on the four edges exactly tho same
us a postago Btamp. Counterfeits am sometimes perforated on three of the edges, and
sometimes only on two. Keep a sharp lookout
for the counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers are using them In ordor to get rid of
their si'iib-niitde hais. Tho John 11. Stetson
Co. of Philadelphia, Pa., Is non-union concern,
JOHN A. MOFF1TT, President,
Orange, N.J
JOHN PHILLIPS,Secretary,
11 707 Bedford Are.,Brooklyn, N.Y
LARDEAU MINES, LTD.
The three claims owned by the company are the "Lardeau
Queen," the "Lardeau Kinjj" jind the "Lardeau Prince," all abutting
ond to end, through which throe leads pass tho entire length, situated at the head of Lexington creek, in tho Lardeau mining division
of West Kootenay, British Columbia.
These three claims are located on tho western slopo of Goat Mountain, the lines being north-westerly and south-easterly, and form one
complete portion of Mineral land of about Toll acres. Thoy lie east
less than four miles up from Fish river.
Tho group lies in thu "Sitting Hull" and ''Wild West" bolts,
two -of the strongest and best known leads in lhat district, and work
already dono on npjaccnt oxtentions has given most satisfactory
results as to oxtont of ore bodies and increased values with depth.
Tho formation is slate and schist, lying in an immense limo
dyke, and the cropplngs of the leads are generally topped with heavy
iron capping and quartz, which gives assays from $8 upon the
surface,
VEINS AND WORK DONE
Exploitation consists of two ODon cuts along the surface for a
distanco of twenty foet, whioh exposed a body of argentiferous
galona ovor 8 inches in width. Thu value of this ore body lvas$25.,Q
on tbe surface, but at a depth of less than tliree feet it has increased
to $411,110. To tap this oro showing and the massive iron capped
ledgo closo to whieh it lies tlio present tunnel was commenced and
is now in a distance of 8- feet. Another 8"i feet of crossouttlug
should roach this ledgj at a dopth of about 125 feet. Wben (11 feet
had beon driven, an iilinost'solld body of iron ore threo foot thick
was encountered in tho tunnel lying against a wall of slato. A
sample at this point assayed $77,110 in gold, silver, copper and lead.
At a distanco of 14 feet from tliis lead a lino body of ore has been
encountered'which, when crossed, proved to be seven and a half feet
wide, carrying tho finest looking mineral yot found on the property.
A third ledge which contains thp richest oro ami widest surface
showing, will be reached about Fobruary 1'ith. This ledge when
encountered, will be from li to lo feet wido and great results arc
oxpected.
The proporty has an excelleni surface showing. Tlio average
assays are most encouraging, considering the great width and con-
tinuancy of the leads across tho country with such great width and
prorainonce of the surface judging from other properties in tlie near
vicinity, some of which are on tho same lead and have developed
very rich oro bodies. .
In conclusion 1 would say that tins Lardeau Mines aro ns good an
any, if not tho best, in tho vicinity, and I verily believe witb a
nominal expenditure, thoy should bo mado dividend paying ln a
sh.-rt timo, and I would strongly recommend extonsivo development
toward that ond.
H, O. tflcClymont, H. E.
For Further Information, prloo of stock, etc., address
LARDEAU MINES, LTDU
D. Norbert O.ulmetto, .'Manager. ���
Bank ot Montreal Bldg,, ROSSLaND, C, C.
44.4444.K> 4 44 44 444 ������..���*...��������� ��� 4
j WE CARRY CARPETS, J
I LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND t
��� CHINA HATTING. X
.      IRON 3EDS n Specialty      .
$5 and up. X
���"���"*> ���*��� ���-������__ . . ��� 4 4 4 ��� ��� ������������������ f
!!������->*>
Goods can be furnished to any part ot Lardeau on very shoti notice
as the service is such that delivery can be made in one day from Nelson.
No Charge for packing  ..��.. �����>-�������� ������<����->>i��>����n����t����������-)��->
!!���-���-��+*��-���-������>�����������������-���-��������-��*>-��-*.������-.���-������>���
I Funeral Directors and J
t Embalmers.
uiraiiuiuc or Jtycr's Collogo^of Embalming]
���
!Can attond case at Ferguson at ten  ���
boars notico if advised by wire. !
**����-.><>*.����-���>���,....
D. J. Robertson t�� O
NELSON, B. C
PBIVATJ3 DmiNG   lOOMS FOR
LADIES.
HEADQUABTEBS FOB COMMEB"
C1AI. A.Nb M1.X1.NU MEN,
THEI
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON & SLINGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER  SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAJII'I.E BOOMS IN* COX-VECTION*
Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite the Postoffice.
Send the EAGLE to your
Friends in the East
Everybody     Qui"   Special
smokes     A*D	
-   The Union
They are nil anion made nnd of tlio
hest Havana Tobacco money cnn
buy. Try one and satisfy yoursoli
tis id tlieir (jtialitv.
Union Cigar
Factory, H. A.
K r o vv n, Prop.
���'������i
tf.    BEST WINES, rjQDOBSANDOIOAB
S'X   -JINKI-YEQUIPPED BAB,
HESTOUTSINE SBBVJCE.
REFITTED AND BKFUHN18HEU,
BEST B.00 A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LAUDKAU DISTBIOT.
Hotel Lardeau
\J. Laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON. Ii. C.
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ft
ft
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I -
���f-'r   v*,. ?S...  . AND MINING MEN...,
V    MC.U'I.V FDRNISIIBD, I'OVVMFSIIV      *
&    \1SUh UQHTED AND HEATED BOOMS. SITUATED ON YlCTOBIAAVl*..
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
���,������:���
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  //
i
\THE
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANDING, B. C.
i    Prospectors9  Exchange    i
!
>*<     TABLES SUPPLIED WITH TIIE ���THE CHOICEST OF WINES,*     k_i
(*?      .���BEST IX THE MARKETS* ������ LIQUORS AND CIOARS������     JT
^IS Death.
i Miners' Union hospital, Ferguson,
on Wednesday, March 25th, Otto
Blohm, age 30.
In Mi
Local and General.
Miss Edna Knowlton visited Trout
Lako Tuesday.
H. McPherson, Trout Lako, was in
Ferguson Tuesday.
Miss Piper of Trout Lako was a
visitor in Ferguson Sunday.
J. Schinitt of Trout Lako, was up to
Ferguson Monday on business.
Mrs. S. J. Green and infant son
spent the weekvislting in Ferguson.
Dr. Newcombe was callod to Beaton
on Friday last. He returned the same
evening.
The census of China has just boen
taken and the population is placed at
426,447,000.
Thos. Taylor, M. P. P., and family
left Wednesday for Victoria to remain
during the session of the house.
Newspapers are being prosecuted in
Now England for accepting advertisements on Sunday by the Sunday
alliance people.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R, McLennan and
two children of Trout Lake, visited
Ferguson Tuesday being the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. McKinnon.   fa,,
A number of boys at the Silver Cup
anu Nettie L. mines bave promised to
come down to the school entertain-
ment. Let there bo a good attendance,
The* output of gold in the. Transvaal
during January nmmmtud Va 210,000
ounces fine, valued at $4,340,,T00, being
an increase ofabout 4000,ounces over
December.    '
Our citizens are taking advantage
of the beautifol weather and parties
are seen everyday wending their way
from the Lardeau River with stringB
of lish.
The usual services were held ln
Eagle hall Sunday, in'.the afternoon by
Rev. H. A. Solly and in tho evening<by
Rev, S. J, Green while Mrs. Green
presided at the organ at the latter
service.
A. W. Neill, M. P. P., has announced
if
that he will give the Prior government an independent support. His
constituents support him In this position. ThiB will give Premier Prior a
majority of four in the house exclusive
of the speaker.
Great difficulty is experienced in
bringing the mail over the road from
Beaton. So even though the boat got
through to Beaton yesterday the mail
service is likely to be more unsatisfactory than before, on account of the
soft condition of the road.
A London cable says: "The ruBh of
emigrants to Canada is so great that it
il impossible to book either cabin or
steerage passage until May. Thousands ot intending emigrants in England and on the continent are anxious
to leave immediately but are unable to
secure passage. The steamships were
advised months ago to prepare for an
unprecedented rush to Canada.
At the school entertainment there
will bo Indian club swinging by Uie
school girls, dumb bell exercises by the
boys, recitations and singing. The
following ladies and gentlemen also
will assist with the programme: Miss
Edwards, Mrs. Foran, Mrs. Shannon,
Mrs. Green, Mr. Ryan, Mr, Edwards,
Mr.'Hbward, Mr. Cummins and Mr.
Shannon.
One hundred and sixty rilemberj'Of the
./.merlcan Institute of Mining Engineers are expected to form a party that
will visit B. C. next July.
A train will leave Montreal on July
9. Another train will leave St. Paul
on July 10th, and both meet at .Moose
Jaw and proceed west via theCro.w's
Nest branch. '���'.,.
After visiting B. C. the party will
proceed by special steamers and trains
to the Klondyke three weeks being set
aside for the journey from Vancouver
to Dawson and return.
Full reports concerning tbe mining
industry will be prepared enroute and
many will be published In the New
York Engineering and Mining Journal
bad other publications.
Locals With a Paystreak.
It pays to uso the telephone. A trip
can often be saved to Trout Lake, Beaton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
tho phone. Office iu Cummins & Co.'s
store.
Orders fot furniture will be filled as
quickly and with better results at the
wholesale and retail store of D. J,
Robinson it Co., Nelson, than anywhere else iu tho province.
* Smokers: If you want tho genuine "Union" nnd "Our Special"
cigar seo that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped ln 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 sale on easy terms.
Apply to Eagle oflice.
Order a ping-pong set, framed or
unframed pictures, picture frames,
drawing requisites, books, magazines
or anything in this line of goods from
the Canada Drug * Book Co., Revel'
stoke, B. C. Mail 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 stage for Goldflelds
and Camborne meets the steamboat on
Its arrival and departure.
���    I.IIDIItl ��lt'l'
t \ PROFESSIONAL j
j J        CARDS. |
NOT ONE MOUTHFUL of table
food should be given a child before it
is one year old," says Dr. Holt. What
Bubstltute then? Borden's Eagle
Brand Condensed Milk is absolutely
the safest and best infant food obtainable. Avoid unknown brands. Send
for "Baby's Diary.'*      .. . ���
-THE-
PIONEER   LAUNDRY
Wants Your Washing.
Mangling and
Ironing.
Workmanship
guaranteed to be
First Class.
B.   U.   SMITH,
Victoria   Avenue.
Do You Want a
Team for Driving or
for Freight hauling?
I have
the best
My Ladles' and Gent's
Saddle Horses aro docile
but Spirited. If you want
to go anywhere call me up
at any hour.
Wm. GLENN
IMPERIAL BAI OF CANADA
Capital Authotlied,J**.000,000
Capital (Paid-up) $2,863,933
Rest    -   -   -   -   $2,438,595
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO,
O. K. Wilkie, General Manager.
Brandies in Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, N, W.
T. ana British Columbia.
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS.
Groat Britain���Lloyd's Bank, Limited
United States���New York. Bank of Montreal.
'  "        "   ��� Chicago, Flat National Bank.
���'       "   ���San Franelsco, Well* Fargo
A Co's Bank.
"        "    -St. Paul, Second Nat'l Bank.
"        "   -Minneapolis. First Nat'l Bank
11        11    -Seattle, Seattle National Bank
BRANCHES IN B. C.
Vaucouver, ttovelstoke,   Nelson,   fcoldon,
Ferguson Victoria. ,
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Interest allowedat current, rites.
A general banking business transacted.
If. MACDONALD
local H aaager
OB. N. WILKIE,
��� P. L. S.
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Surveys made and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Office:      -      -     Trout Lake.
ILLIAM A. BAUER,
w
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
Surveys of Mines, Mineral Claims and
Crown Lands. Crown Grants Obtained and Assessments Managed
for Absentees.
Ofllces:  Camborne and Vancouver
O     SHANNON, II. A.
ASSAYER and ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST.
H-"'d(*r*.artera for Infurmatloa Regarding
Lnrdeutt 1'rop.rtlea*  :..
Vt'.itc for Inforiiintlnn*
Call and aet Samples.
OFFICE:   VICTORIA AVE..
FERGUSON, B.C.
TK.BEBT HODGE,
BARRISTER, ETC.
Solicitor for
Thc Imperial Bank
Perguson, B. C.
OFFICK-In the Ophir Lade block.
Tl ABVEY, McCARTER 4 PINKHAM,
Barristers, Solicitors; etc.
Offices: Revelstpke, Golden, and Ferguson. Solicitors for Imperial Bank
of Canada '   ' ""
Geo. a. MeCarter. J. A. Harvey.
��� . A.M. Pinkham.
-pREDalSLLIOTT,
Barrister,  Notary Public. etc.
TROUT LARE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, 3. C.
W
do V.loMAlBTREiJ.M.SCOTT
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
J. M. SCOTT, A. B. L. L. B.
W. de V. lo Maistre, M. A.
FERGUSON
raving purchased the
Ferguson Meat Market we
are prepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of
Prosit and cured meats. A
good supply of Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Sausages, Hams
and Bacon always on hand.
P, BURNS k d
^�� ��.����.���.<������������������������������-)-
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
We have moved into, our New Store Building
and have plenty of room to display goods.
If anything is wanted in the Mercantile line
we can supply it.
G. B. Batho tf Co.
1
THE  KING'S HOTEL
Well lighted and heated by hot
air furnace. Tables ' supplied
with the best the market affords.
__^t Rates $1 Per Day ]��*
w-   ;
JAS.   CUMMINS,   Prop.,  Ferguson,   B.   C
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up at the Queens.Good accommodation
..Best ot service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
lei
1 Do You Know I
,*,,. ; I
That a man is more a
manly when he keeps L
his face cleanly shaven S*
his hair neatly trim- ft
mod and uses the *,
bath frequently, ff
All the require- ft
nio.nts of a first class C
barber shop supplied fr
by.... j
L               Roy Jameson |
J*-r_$*.-j-*r*$* J|v j*>ST*)ST{s-j��r*J{r2&
READ THE EAGLE.
Packing andFergus:dFacki"g
freighting     TLra^sfcr 0utfit-
Contracts entered Into for packing of Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point in the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed.   Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Forguson
a specialty.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
perguson Hotel
McDONELL -�� BLACK.
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B. C

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