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Now York Market.
Silver���Bar    $581
LEAD-lOOlbs       4.50
Copper     13.75
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Vol IV, No 41.
Ferguson, B. C, NOVEMBER 20, 1903.
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IS I
POPLAR CI
Gr.t.    . Vein On Swede Group Widened Out To Four Feet.
Lota Of Gold.
Twenty Men Working on Swede
and Luoky Jack   Properties.
Other Olaims Working.
Poplar camp ia still as good us oyer,
nnd it looks now as if tho town would
be lively during tho winter, contrary
to expectations of most msn. Tlio hotels continue to he woll tilled, and tho
stores tiro doing tt thriving businoss.
Thero hits boen iiodetil reported sinco
John Wiuquist's froo silvei'-gold group
was bonded to McLeod a fortnight
sinco. A good tunny minors are still in
tho hlllfl working on their claims, and
there is some placer mining beingdone.
Nothing on a largo senlo will bo undertaken, however, until thc spring opens,
whon work can bo prosecuted to bolter
advantage;
The Great Northern Wines, Limited
aro employing 20 men steadily on the
Lucky Jack and Swede Groups, and
both properties continuo to give most
encouraging results. It seems to be not
generally known that the galena lead
ou the Swede hus widened out to four
feet, nud tho galena shows, a plentiful
supply of free gold, like grains of wheat
sprinkled through, and making very
high grade ore. A tunnel io, in -ell feet,
und will be continued until the lead is
intersected, This will not occur until
good deptii is attained, It is hoped to
;;et tho mine developed during tlie win-
tor to sueh a stage that a constant sup
ply of ore may be taken out by spring,
and tlio mine put ou a paying basis.
The Lucky Jack tunnol still shows
tho load to contain at depth the high
values found on thc surface. This is
most gratifyingto theofilcials. Mr. B.
Crilly returned Tuesday from a visit to
both properties, and ho said in reply to
a question put by an Eagle reporter
that " everything is splendid at Poplar,
and tho properties owned by my company, the Groat Northern Minos, Limited, nro certainly improving right
along."
Judges Superannuated.
Tho resignation of Mr. Justice Will*
kein from tho Supreme Bench of British
Columbia was aeeopted at a meeting of
tho Cabinet held on tho 4th inst.
Judge Walkein was placed on the
superannuation list.
No successor lias yot been appointed
to Mr. Justice Walkera. Tbo names of
Mr. Fred. Wade, K. 0., and Mr. L. P.
Dull, K. C, havo been mentioned.
Mr. Justice Richardson, ofthe Northwest Supreme Court, and Mr. Justice
Caroii of Quebec, of tho Supromo
Court ttro'both retired. Judgo Francois
Langelier succeeds Mr. Justice Cai'on
ut Quebec, and Judgo Letellier of St.
Hyacintlio succeeds Mr. Justice Langelier at Montreal. Tbis loaves a vacancy at St. Hyacintho.
Objeot to Mormons.
Several hundred petitions, from nearly every state in the Union, protesting
against lleod Smoot retaining His seat
as junior senator from Utah woro lilod'
In tho Senate on Nov. llth. Religious
organizations of all kiuds aro among
the organizations which have (lied protests. Some of these petitions charge
that Senator Smoot hns practiced polygamy, while others assort their objections on tho charge that ho Is ti member
of an organization which countenances
plural marriages, It Is not likely the
charges will be considered before tho
conclusion of the special session.
Tho Tonawanda.
Messrs. Daney, Morgan and Hell have
have put in a winter's supply of provisions and general miners' supplies pre*
paratpry to working their Tonawanda
mining property during tho wjitor.
Messrs. Morgan, Bell, Davie and Hen-
di-ieks have gone up to the property
this weok and started work. The four
men will work continuously all winter.
They intend to drive a- long tunnel to
tap the lead at considerable deptii, and
they feelquitecopftdenttoey will strike
a good oi'o body before spring. They
certainly deserve success, for they luivo
already spent a lot of money and hard
work with nothing bettor than good
indications. Tho Tonawanda is supposed to be on the Nettio L. load, lying
on tho opposite side of tlio creek nearest the town of Ferguson, and is only
two miles distant from thc town. The
surface showing is similar to the Nettie
L., and thero is a great big quartz lead
with galena eropplngs,. The situation
is No. 1 for a mine, and if thc owners
lind tlie ore body they will have a big
rich proposition. Power to your elbows, boys.
COlll
SM,) lTllur.
Lord   Hugh   Oecil   and   Winston
Churchill Addressed a Meoting
Opposing- Ghaniberlain's
Scheme.
(Thero aro now 10BleotlonProtests
!      Pilod at Victoria.   Interest-
j inn' Times Ahead.
Vancouver Business Men.
Six members of tlie Vancouver Board
o. Trado called a meeting of tho business men of tbo city to oousidori'tbe
following resolutions :���
"In view of tin unsettled conditions
relating to the Government of the provinco of British Columbia that have
prevailed for somo years past, and in
view of the critical position which has
been reached in lhe financial affairs of
the province, as evidenced by tho published remarks of Mr. li. K. Walker,
general manager of the Bank of Commerce, tho Vancouver Board of Trado
considors that the time has come when
personal feelings and. ambitions of individuals should be set aside, and tho best
interests of thc state alone should be
considered, and any^ttempt to interfere
with the efforts at present being made
by tho provincial Government to bring
about improved conditions, is danger-
oils and detrimental, npt only to the
province in general but to tho city of
Vancouver in particular.   (Signed)  JJ.
McDowell, w.jj.mat.kin. fred
BUSCOivIBE, 110BT. MARTIN, WM.
BRAID, CHAS. B. TTSDALL."
Tho influence which induced thc calling of the meeting is a business and
not a political ono. This is the declaration of members of the committee this
morning.
"Wo simply wish," said ono of the
business men who had signed the requisition, "to havo a discussion to see if
something cannot be dono to avoid the
business crisis uow threatened. It is a
ease of businoss, not polities. It will
take no argument to show that we are
sincere in this proposition, for both
Liberals and Conservatives have signed
the requisition for the calling of tlie
meeting, lt is a non-political and nonpartisan affair, simply designed to assist
the best interests of this city aud province."
I A few windows were broken by stones
J that were thrown by a crowd nf about
,40,000 Joseph Chamberlain sympathizers who   surrounded   a  Birmingham
��� hall whero Lord Hugh Cecil and Mr.
I Winston Churchill were addressing an
s audience pf5,000 pcopleand denouncing
J Chamberlain's free trade doctrines.
' Mr. Churchill devoted his speech to
[the denunciation of Mis Chamberlain's
[proposition, and urged the continuation
[of the free trade policy ol' treat Britain,
; whieh, ho said, had done moro to main-
[it-aiii the poaco of tho world than had
'been done bv all the,prime ministers
'and colonial ���secretaries during the last
\ half century. ���Mention by Mr. Cburch-
| ill of Joseph Chamberlain's name was
I greeted with cheers and counter cheers.
3-His statement that Grout Britain was
Eprosperous and her trade good was received with both hisses and cheers.
! "Canadian and Australian loyally,"
.said Mr. Churchill, "bad already been
, proved on veldt and kopjo. It could
, not bo bought at two shillings per
'quarter."
j Lord Hugh Cecil followed Mr. Churchill), delivering a speech in a similar
t vein. A resolution denouncing the pro-
[epective tariff and admitting the right
, of the government to Impose retaliatory
��� duties in speeial eases was carried by a
largo majority. With tho close of the
meeting the great crowd outside the
town hall dispersed good naturedly
singing national songs and cheering
for Josoph Chamberlain.
Though tho visit to Birmingham of
lord Hugh Cecil aud Mr. Churchill did
not result in any breach of the peace, it
was feared by tho police that an outbreak would occur similar to tho riotous proceedings which marked the pro-
Boer meeting at which David Lloyd
George, M.P., denounced Mr, Chamberlain and tho South African war. During tho day Sandwich mon paraded the
streets with placards reading "Shall
tho radicals be allowed to oppose our
Joe?" and inviting the worlc people to
attend. Strong barricades wero ereet-
tod round the town hall, but their existence was found to be unnecessary.
Biff Timber Contract.
A timbor contract representing many
millions of foot was signed at Trout
Lako on Monday lust. The timber is
for tho Trout Lake mill, and the contractor is E. L. Kinman. It is said that,
three million feet have to be delivered
to the waters of the Lako by the Ilrst of
Fobruary. This means employment for
a big forco of men and teams.
Giving advice an to mining invest.
ments is rather a hazardous proposition,
for the reason that, no matter how honestly tendered, such advice may prove
false���the stock purchased decline in
value, or the mines bought outright
turn into an unexpected failure.���Pacific Coast Miner.
Ten Protests Entered.
Tho number of election protests that
have beon entered at Victoria has
grown to ten. Surely out of this number some change will bo eiVected in the
standing of parties in tho house.
Thero seems, however,no just grounds
for somo of tho protests, but often
where unlawful means aro least expect
ed, that if: whero they exist to "the
greatest extent.
It Is iir possible to predict with auy
assurance just how high silver will
climb in tho near future, but it is
doubtful if it will overreach G4fc cants,
which is about the figure at which the
new Philippine pesos we|?e recently
coined. If bar silvor should advance
materially above that figure, it would
doubtless necessitate some action on the
part of the government to protect these
coins from speculators who may see a
chance for profit, to melting them into
bullion, but the necossity for such a
move Is probably as remote as the freo
coinage of silver.���Pacific Coast. Mluer.
Great; Gold Mines.
Tho biggest gold producing m/ne in
tho world is at Homestake. In Smith
Dakota. It is one of the poorest, relatively as the ore only yields about S3.00
per ton : but as against this the cost
are only SS.-iO per ton. At present the
quantity of ore treated In a year Is
1,400,000 tons, that is. with 900 sto ips,
but 200 inure are going to be added.
The output from Homestake now is over
20,000 oz. lino gold a month, but in a
year or two it should be a groat deal
more.
There are a number of mines which
earn better profits than the Horn --tako
but none approach it In size.   The nexl
Douglas tsland, Alaska. The mine has
���' 10 stamps, but all of these can only run
for part of Uie year, owing to scarcity
of water. Wc may place tho average
yearly output at 000,000 tons. Tliis ore
yields barely 82 a ton, whicli shows th ���
Alaska Treadweil to be tho lowest
grade of tho world's gold mirus, but
owing to exceptional facilities the total
working costs aro only $1.5)0 a ton. As
an actual producer of gold tho Tread-
well stands far down tho list, but the
mino is today probably in a far sounder
condition than ei er before. It has paid
$5,000,000 in dividends.
1 have made out an approximate estimate of the world's 30 biggest gold producers as at'present, and this is given
In the accompanying table :
Greatest gold producing mines, their
locality and monthly yield :���
Homestake, South Dakota. 8435,000;
Simmer and Jack, Transvaal, $390,000 :
BouMer Perseverance, West An. i: alia,
$315,000. Robinson, Trausvaai,S3JO,000;
Golden liorseshoo, West Australia,
8300,000; Champion Reef, India, $300-
000.; Roso Deep, Transvaal, $290,000;
Mysore, India, $275,000; Waihi, New
Zealand, $255,000; Golden Huis Deep,
Transvaal, $255,000; Portland, Colorado, 8250,000; Mount Morgan, Queensland, $250,000; GroatFingall, West Australia, $240,000; Crown Reef, Transvaal
8235,000; Village Main Reef, Ti ansvaal
$230,000; Crown Deep, Transvaal, $250-
000; City and Suburban, Transvaal,
(230,000 ; Great Boulder, West Austra-
ia, $225,000; Ferreira. Transvaal, $220-
100; Oroya-Brownhilt, West Australia,
1220,000; Ivanhoe, West Australia,
$220,000, Perrelra Deep, Transvaal,
$210,000; Golkenhuis Estate, Transvaal,
$205,000; Augelo, Transvaal, $100,000;
fJ.inglaa;_te-l',*-tau\ Transvaal, 8180,000;
Robinson Deep, Transvaal, $17;",000;
(.lamp Dir-.l, Colorado, $170,000; New
Primrose, Transvaal, $170,000; May
Consolidated,Transvaal, $105,0 l;l Ieo
Doep, Transvaal,8100,000.���J. II. C. in
Seminal Kamloops.
iiiiii U1MR -1
riluflli .001? ft.
l.ew Locations an . . bo, rds o:
Al si   . m nts Kept W< 11 Up
During November.
Tho ' Gold  Belt Closed Down Till
Spring-.   Total Dividends of
Kootenay Mines.
Lucky .Tim,  A
ii. Stewar . :-i at
u Lardo river; !
. al, ,1. N  Nelson, on
,:.i lo rivi r;Spi.
lat *:���. Wie.Schmock
:i Lardo river :
!' ���(;���). Joo Pattinson
.. ; 't lerson, on i
���;.iar(v..,-:,-.--:;,;:.:,,.
Concord,   Prod
Ritchie,  on   Poplar
reek : Hiirlf ird,
!ha.. ,;. Locuson, i n
'oplar creek : i
ildon  Aire, T. trwln,
ii Paplar eroek:
Alexandria, '!.'. Irwin,
ii Poplar creek
Gold Ribbon, D, O.
lay, on Po; lnrC
���eok : Su ibeam, T. S.
BellhYactional,
creek; Muyllowor
Poplar creek ;��� B'o
McDonald, on Po|
Winifred, s. .*:
creek. ���Nov. 5th.
Wisconsin, Geo.
on uapi
V.pl.I.
Poplar
Poplar creel:; Emma !-, i'..-n. W. Allen
on Poplar creak ;' Idalib, W. Schraocl*
and A. L. Stewart, on Poplar creek;
Goldi n ID i le, W. ��� ibtm ck and A. I..
Stewart, on Pop! ir i reek.���Nov, 8th.
Bi IC.k !*'��� if i   ���.'.        ... A       n.:in.
Overs! .".i.,..ir-. ��� ��� -���: ��� rford.on Gold
:reeh : Star, Dave ' i rgan, on Gold
u'cek; Snow Drop, Dave Morgan, on
jold creek ; Hose., James Comorford,-on
Lardeau creek,���Nov. ! ifcb.
Monitor, Wm. Davey, ot al, head Si.
nih* creek, east Slope Tn ;'. Lake:
Antoine, same locators and location .
inowBtorm,  U  McDowell,  on   Poplar
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Frost and Wind.
Throughout Utah und all ovor tho
western statos cold, snow and wind is
genoral, A press dispatch says:���For
four daya a storm of wind, suow and
rain has been racing threu*.hout the
Northwest, all tho way from British
Columbia to Central Montana, anil it
lias extended into Wyoming, Colorado
and Utah. Tho storm is worst In Washington and Oregon, aud though railroad
trnlllc bus been Impeded but littlo, telegraph service is almost completely prostrated. In the Cascade mountains two
feet of snow has already fallen.
Tho Paoillo Coast, from British Columbia Lo southern California, was storm
swept today. Idaho, Nevada and Western Colorado also received its full effeof
A high wind is blowing in California.
The *;ale Is accompanied by torrential
rains. So far, however, no marine disasters have been reported.
At Helena and Butte and over the
ranges of Central and Eastorn Montana
tho sturra has turned into a blinding
blizzard with eight inches of snow at
Helena and six inches at Butte.
j McKinnon-, ������aa-.e location ; May Queen
No. ', Steve s'in,���������:-, same location;
1 Big Five, J. C Kirk| atrick, north fork
; Lardeau ereek ; Bi: [< ive No.:', Lewis
I'hompson,  same  loci ion; Hi.,-  Five
>" i,3, E.J.Wardi same 1 cation, Nbr.11.
Assessments.
Goldon Chest, to Samuel li. Hodgson j
Golden Chest  No.  -  to   Samuel   B.
Hodgson.���Nov. Tils.
Transfers.
11. R. Barnard toii.C. Graham, i in
Cornell.���Nov. 3rd.
I'has. !,, Copp to John Y. Colo, all In
Lucky Jack No.2and Kivorsldo.'Nor.lO.
Philip King in Noah Abrahan ��� ra
;-, in Maple Loaf.���Nov, 11,
Work on tho Gold Bolt Group haa
stopped until tho early spring. It wa*
tlie intention t;> work all winter had nnt
tlio early snowfall precluded this possibility.
However, their manager informs us
thei" intention is to do considorablo development wont in tho vicinity of No.
;', whore thoro are some, good showings.
Development work the past season
gives none the less encouragement.
It. is estimated that tho mining companies operating In the Kootenays,
British Columbia, have paid $7,500,000
iu dividends to dato. Tho Payne mino
in tlio Slocan district is at tho head of
the list witli $1,420,000 lo itscrcdit, and
the Le, Roi at Rossland is a close second
with a record of $1,305,000. Nono of
tlie others havo paid to exceed $550,000. Lardeau Bagle
Published every
at Ferg
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to whom all correspondence Bhould be mailed.
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Four weekly Insertions, constitutes one
month's advertising.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1903.
GREAT GOLD DI3TRIOT.
it is with the greatest satisfaction
imaginable that the people of Ferguson receive from week to week
the news of new discoveries along
the great Lardeau free gold belt
that extends from Kootenay Lake
across to Fisli Creek, a distance ot
30 miles. As we have pointed out
before repeatedly, this belt lias now
been proven to contain vast quantities of rich mineral for the entire
distance. In some places, high
grade galena is most prominent,
while at other points the leads contain free milling gold; but everywhere the ore is exceedingly high
grade.
Another excellent feature of this
richly mineralized zone is the general tendency of lhe veins to gain in
the quantity of gold per ton as depth
is attained. So it looks as though
the Lardeau is pre-eminently a gold
district, and at lhat, one of the best
known in llritish Columbia.
EDITCKIAL NCTES.
The small Lardeau '.owns are not
the most pleasant spots on earth in
which to spend lhe long winter
months. With snow falling almost
continually, and open cuts dug
through six fecr ot snow for an entry to the houses, ccn-littons are not
such as one would choose for a residence six months of the vear, yet
the sight is picturesque and tlie people for the greater part are contented, because generally speaking they
are ..ot here for pleasure but to make
money. Some don't make much
progress i.i this line, yet there is a
strong incentive to stay and yet try.
The opportunities right here are excellent lor people who have a little
capital. There is no safer a mining
camp extant today than the district
surrounding the Eagle office lor
miles in every direction, but a man
to succeed here must go into the
hills and discover something, or else
have enough money to buy a claim,
wilh enough left to develop it.
Then his chances of making money
are good.
The middle of November has
brought a cold wave to all parts of
the interior of British Columbia. It
has been colder than has been
known very often at thiii season,
and the thermometer has registered
about as low as is seen at any time
in most winters at Ferguson. It
certainly played sad havoc with water pipes in town, for there is scarcely any snow on the ground, and the
frost penetrated deep into the
ground. Usually there is no frost
gets into the ground here.
A new Central American republic
has been born within the month by
the secession of the little bit of
country called Panama from Colombia, and proclaiming itself a republic. The United States hastened to
hold out the hand of fellowship in
glad recognition of the new repub
President Roosevelt and his
cabinet have been roundly criticised
in some quarters, charging that undue haste was used. This may be
right, but at the same time the
prompt action of the president may
prove to have been the means of
averting serious trouble and perhaps
bloodshed. Some authorities maintain that the secession was inevitable.
Panama contains 300,000 inhabitants and has 32,000 square miles of
territory.
The long close-down of the great
producing copper mines of the amalgamated company at Butte, Montana, ought to have the effect ol
largely reducing the world's supply
of copper, and it ought to have the
effect to stiffen the price tor that
metal. Copper is a staple article of
commerce, and the consumption of
the metal is growing largely year
after year as it is becoming more
generally used, and the broader civ-
lization of eastern countries is
bringing it more into use. A good
vein of copper ore will always be in
demand, providing the location of
the ore body is not altogether
inaccessible.
Previously unknown writings of
Jesus Christ have been discovered
in Egypt,' too miles south of Cairo,
by Dr. B. F. Grenfell, Which have
been burfed since the second century. By these writings, new light
has been given to many passages of
scripture, and the find is therefore
of great importance.
Alaska is to be given recognition
of her right to a voice in the government. Congress is to take up the
question at its next meeting, and
either a Legislative Assembly will
be offered, or a representative in
Congress. It is quite time that Alaska was given her rights in this
respect.
Rossland was visited by another
disastrous fire on the morning of the
14th, which did damage to the extent ol $19,000. About one hall the
amount was covered by insurance.
Report comes from Ottawa that
the Dominion elections will likely
be held late in the month of January,
though the exact date has not been
set vet.
-IKVJiXSTUKIS L1CENSK DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby t*iven that the following Jtc-
tail Manor License Applications have been received lor thc PerglfSOU District :
James Ciunmhigs, Itetnil, 1; month.*,, Kins'
Hoiol, Forguson.
Laughton Bros., Retail, ti months, I.nnteau
Hotel. Forguson.
1 iordon ,fc Stinger, Retail, G months. Balmoral
Hotel. Ferguson.
MeDoncll A lilack, Retail,fi months,Ferguion
Hotell, Ferguson.
.Mrs. S. O'Connor, Retail, ti months, Windsor
Hotel, Ferguson.
And further tako notice that lhe regular
meeting of the Hoard nf Revelstoke License
Commissioners will be held ln the Halcyon Hot
Springs Hotel, Halcyon, on Tuesday December
l-'itli at Iho hour of ti :,.ni��� to consider said
applications.
By Order,
It. A. L-Pl'KR,
chief Inspector.
Revolstoko, British Columbia, Nov. 10.1908.
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CONFECTIONERY,
FANCY
BISCUITS,
TOBACCOS,
FRUIT, ETC.
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fur the counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers are using them in order to get rid oi
their scab-made hats. Tlio John JI. Stetson
Co. oi Philadelphia, IV., is non-union concern,
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Our stook is new and very
complete and we sell on a
narrow margin. An order
would be appreciated.
We do anything in line of
Picture Framing.
JOHN E. WOOD,
"" 'Revelstoke, 13. C. |
K*t*44444+.4*.44.>***t i*-*-**-)** ***-4
r
We make a specialty ol
BOOTS and SHOES
And recommend tho
KING
Make for ladies and children,
SLATER
Roots for mon.   Prices same as
Winnipeg and Vancouver.
G. b. HI.MB -& CO., Ltd.,
General Mcrohunts,
TliOUT LAKE, I!. C.
MuS. .tf..r!tj-_i_.'.-! .rfz. <*L*rf-��_:'a_rfr. sfe
Tonsorial
Parlors..
MAIN STREET,
FERGUSON, B. C.
Vi Shaving.     Shampooing,
���ft        Hairdressing,      Singeing.
g Dyeing,     Baths, hot and
oold water. -,
1 huvo the best appointed shop tn the k
Lardeau.  Open from 8 a.Jra. to 8 p. m. ft
j   ROY E. JAMIESON   }
Proprietor. &
V JJT2-,'. , ���'. -**A ���^*?r7$ST*^^7*^***J_
-BUY LOTS IN-
Ferguson, the Pay-Roll Centre
of the Rich Lardeau.
FERGUSON
-IS THE-
HUB
:   OF THE DISTRICT
SOUTH of Ferguson lie the
phenominally rich
FREE MILLING GOLD
camps   of  Pop'ar   and
Rapid creeks, and
NORTH of Ferguson lies Fish
creek, where free mill-
gold ore abounds.
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
....... �����>��������
For Further Information. Apply to
HENRY FLOYD,
General Agent,
Revelstoke, B. C
19
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The only paper giving attention to British Columbia in tbe United States,
A voluminous weekly journal, abundantly newsy and Informatory. Tho printing
is neat and clear, tlie paper Rood nnd the pabulum of great interest and vigorously
written. The gold mining intelligence li plen tiful, carefully collected and diacrim-
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lhut have been taken in itn compilation. Su pplios.exnctly what residents In this
country as well as the Kastcrnors, whose interests are wrapped up in gold, silver,
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always readable, generally.teriieand to the point.
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In the great world's arena of competing claimants for capital,
Inquiries this year at our head office from Interested parties regarding the merits
nnd demerits of u estern stocks have been more numerous than over.
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Hood prospects written up.  Terms frum luOO.lM) up.  Ask for particulars.
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Special Corresponded.,
526 Peyton Block, Spokane, Wash. Box 680, Nelson, B, C.
JOB PRINTING
Is our business.   We have the facilities and ingenuity nee-
pessary to execute .artistic work. ,,.
������ANYTHING IN OUR UND TURNED OUT PROMPTLY
.1
Legal,  Survey and Mineral  Claim  Blanks always in stock.
The EAGLE,
>���     ��� .    ,A)      .1 .
FERGUSON. P. C. EAGLE HALL
on second floor in Eagle block
Ferguson, B. C.
t
Open for engagement for
day or night meetings
at reasonable rental.
Write or call on
E. G. WOODWARD,
Proprietor.
4.......
Smith cfc Co.
45 Bleury St,
����� Montreal
Will bo represented in
Ferguson three or four
days each month. Any
orders for clothing: will
receive close attention
and wo
1
GUARANTEE  A   FIT.
AUMlNISTKATOlt'S NOTICE.
In the mutter of Allan Cnlder, deceased,
Free Miner.
XOTICE is hereby given ; all persons having
claims against ALLAN CALDER, late of Ferguson, 11.(J,, Free Miner, deceawed, aro requested to send the name, duly verified,-to tho undersigned on or beforo the 1st day of December
A.D..190H ; and alt perHona indebted to tho salrl
dec-cased art requested to remit the amount of
safd imli-btfiiliusss to the innler.-.iffucd forthwith
Dated at Kevelstoke this 80th day of October,
A.D.1B03.
FRED FRASER,
Gold Commissioner,
Revelstoke, B.C.
*
Our representative
S. A. Scott is a
practical tailor and
will make clothes
fit. Hold your
orders for him.
Time Table.
S. S. AROHBR OR S.S. LARDEAU.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing October llth, 1003, will sail as follows,
weather permitting.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comaplix, twice daily���10k and ok.
Leaving Boaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice daily��� ":lok and
12;45k. Making close connections
with all C. P. R. Steamers and trains.
The owners reserve ^ tlio right to
ehmige times of sailings without
notice.
Th 3 Fred Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd
THE  NEW AND ONLY
CertUleiito of Improvements.
NOTICK.
Goldseeker Fractional Mineral Claim, situate
in tbe Trout Luko Alining Division of West
Kootenav District.
Where located���On Silvor <'up Hill.
Take Notice, that i, (ieo. s. McCarter, Agent
for Alfred 0. Kirby, Free Miner's Certificate
No. B. 67fi2'>, intend, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for
a Certificate of improvements, forthe purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grantof the above claim.
And further take notice that actfon, under
section 87, must be commenced before tho issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 12th day of November, A.D. 1903.
CEO. S. AIoCAltTER
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ...
ARROW LAKES, B.C.
Situated midst scenery unrivalled for
grandeur." Tho most complete health
resort on thc continent of North America.
Its baths cure all Nervous and Muscular diseases, its waters heal till
Kidney, Liver and Stomach ailments,
They are a never failing remedy for
all metallic poisons, completely purifying the system,
'J.'ERMS-$15 to $13 per week, according to resldcnco in Hotel or Villas.
You a
Wage
Earner ?
Certificate of improvements.
NOTICE.
Lanky Jack Fraction mineralelaim.situatelin
the Trout Lake mining division of West Kootenay district. Where located: On the oast side
of Fopiar creek, about 100 feet from the railway
Take Notico that I, Robert llodge, as agent
for ft'M. Morgan, free miner's certfficato No.
B-576SP, intend, sixty davs from tbe date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of tlio above claim.
And further tako notice that action, under
section 87, must be commenced before tho issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 30th day of September, A.D. 1908.
SDee, 11. ROBERT HODUE.
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Including the Fish Creek camp
nnd Upper Duncnn River section, compiled by A, P, Cummins, P. L.S., and s
.shannon. Il, A., is now on Bale at this
office. The ready sale of the map is
proving all wo have said for lt. Tho
Trout Lake division is lithographed in
black, the Lardeau in red,and tlie Ainsworth in blue. Even a tenderfoot could
take a copy of this map and find any
claim recorded in the three divisions,
The mountains, lakes, creeks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
and tne location and name (by a unique
index) of every mineral claim in the
district is shown.
Cortillcati) of Improvcmeuti..
NOTICE.
Chicago. Metropolitan Fraction, New York,
San Francisco. .Montreal, Roston, Fairview and
Chicago Fraction mineral claims, situated in
the Trout Lake Mining Division of West Kootonay difltrlct. Where located: On the North
Fork of thc Lardo river, about threo miles
above Circle City.
Take Notice that I, Robert Hodge, as agent
for The Metropolitan Cold and silver Mining
Comnnnv of Lardeau, B. 0., Limited, free
miner's certificate No. I1C<7H'2( intend, sixty
days from tho ditto hereof, to apply to tho
Mining lieeorder for Certificates of Improvements fur tho purpose of obtaining crown
Grants of tlio above claims.
' And further take notice tbat action, under
scetlcu 87. must be commenced before the
issuif cc of such Certificate of improvements.
Da   d this _MUh dayof Scitembcr, A. I). lWU.
Do, 10. ROBERT HODGE,
NOTICE
Public notice is licrebv given I lint tbe undersigned intend to apply under the provisions nf
tbo ''Tramway Company Incorporated Aet"
and amended nets, for tho incorporation uf u
company with power to build, equip and operate a tramway'nud to construct and equip
and operate telephone or telegraph lines iu
connection therewith, between a point on
Trout lake, at or noar the townsite of Trout
Lako aud a point on Lardeau river, West
Kootenav, at or-icar Ferguson, B.C., with
branch lines from, at or near. Ferguson, B., C,
to Circle City on the North Fork of Lardeau
river, and to Ten Milo on tlie South Fork of
Lardeau river.
The general mute of said proposed tramway
nd tewnhpuo or telegraph linos shall bo along
���r near dm banks uf Urdoau river and the
llorth and South forks thoteof.
Bated this 10th dayof July, 1008,
A. JOHNSON,      >
J.A. DARRAGH, ^Applicants.
U.S.McUARTER,)
' nud
Certified lv of Improvement*,
NOTIOE.
""Lucky .lack, Lucky Three and Little Phil
minor*! olftlnm, -situate in the Trout Lake Minim? Division of Wost Kootonay District.
Where located���On tho south east side of
Poplar creek, near tho railway.
Take notice, that I, Robert Hodge, as agent
forE. M. Morgnn, Free Miner's Certificate No,
���807,688, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant Of thc above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
���Section ,17, must be commenced bofore the issuance of such certificate of Improvement*.
Dated this 2Mb day of AUgUit, A. -D. lWtf.
Cct.W. ROBT. HOBQE.
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
NEWTORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
This is a purely mutual company
and all its assets, surplus and earnings belong to its policy holders,
For rates, etc., apply to agent,
B. G. WOODWARD,
Ferguson, B. C,
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   in
Person This Map Takes First Place.
In fact every geographical
feature Is so well defined thiummean
see at a glance thc nature of our country
and tbe trend of thu claim locations
gives an intelligible idea of the mineral
belts running through the camp. Itis
certainly
The   Best   Worth   For s One   Dollar
ever offered in the map lino of nmining
camp. It Is the tlrst complete map of
the district and is selling well. It is Just
what you aro looking for. WE ALSO
HAVE A PEW MAPS-MOUNTED ON
LINEN, WITH A GOOD COVER; FOR
TRAVELLERS OR PROSPECTORS,
WHICH SI-XL AT ��1.60, THESE ARE
THE REST VALUE, AS THEY WILL
LAST FOR l'EARS.
Address your order, with an
enclosure of a one dollar bill, tno
cheques, orders, etc.] to
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
WE CARRY CARPETS,
l| LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND
Mining companies or others ordering
lots of 20 or more, maps will be supplied at.")() cents each.
There is only ono beat mining journal.
That la
Mines and Minerals.
It has a larger circulation than any two other
American ralnluK Journals becauso It is the
best. It Is tho largest, best illustrated and
handsomest mining journal ln tho world. It
��� |�� �� mining paper-for ir.lnlng men. Snbscrlp-
- tion price IJ.QO ppr year. Send for freo sample
'copy. AddressMIN.-.SAI.D Jf IHERAI-9, Soriin-
ton, Pa., U. 8. A. Denver offlcei, flarth Bldg.,
JD.B.-U, COl
CHINA MATTING.
IRON BEDS a Specialty
$5 and up.
Goods can be furnished to any part ot Lardeau on very shoii notice-
as the service is such that delivery can be made in one day from Nelson.
No Charge for packing ���---������*>>*��--��*��^^*-^^-*^*^->-��^-,-����-������-'-��*��<-��-��->-'*�� ���
4-4+44-4-4-44+
Funeral Directors and i
Bmbalmers. j
* *   IGraduate of Myer's College of Embalming] ���
Can attend case at Ferguson at ten I
<i hours notice if advised by wire. ���
������-��-��>-���-��-���-������<������<���
tk J.  Robertson cf Co-
nelson, B. C.
PRIVATE DINING  MOMS FOR
LADIES.
HEADQUARTERS TOR     1MMER-
OIALANP  MINI.Vt iIKN,
'THEI
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON & SLINGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER  SANE MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite the Postoffice.
Capital Authorized, $4,000,000 head office:
Capital (paid up)    -    2,086,280
Rest 2,650,000 Toronto, Ontario-
Branches in the Northwest Territories. Provinces -of British Columbia,  Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.
T. It. MERRITT, President. D. R. WILKIE, Vioe-Pres. and G.    Man.
E. HAY, Assistant Gon. .Manager. W. MOFFAT, Chief Ins. '.ctor.
Furgeson,   B.   C.   Branch���A   General   Bunking   Business   Transact.-/.
Savings Department���Deposits received and interest allowed.
Drafts Sold available in All parts ot Canada,
United statcfi ami Europe,
Special attention given to collections ami
Mini!)'; Ilonils.
W. MACDONALD
Manager
Everybody   Our Special
smokes     AN;D	
-   Tlie Union
CiaAR
Thoy nro ull Union iiindeaud of the
best Havana Tobacco money can      FACTORY, H.A
buy. Try ono and satisfy yoursell
us to their -quality.
Union Cigar
Factory, H.A,
Brow n, Prop.
I Lardeau
f
I Hotel
&
We try to give satisfac
tion to our   guests.
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9
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jt    Laughton i Bros.
Nk Proprietors, �������
J  LIVERY AND CARTAGE. ��
3       KIRKPATRICK & HILLMAN f
ffl - y
\��    Have Stables at Ferguson, Trout Lake and Beaton, ���**_
* ���'*. '.'.,*_ B
Where they keep* light and heavy vehiclos, single and \?*
double drivers, saddle and pack horses for hiro. . ��^
Also proprietors of the stage route running between \S��
the above points, making three trips weekly. 4
-^SATISFACTION GUARANTEED*.
^^r^^r^f^^n^ww^^w Local  and General.
Anderson  is  down  from  tlio
I vet' i -up Mino.
'eti ��� i ii mi pon is enlarging and Unit    liia dv i lllng house.
(lev.  A. i-'.. Sharp was in Forguson
tii*y i itj ing pastoral visits.
I     i s Uy.in has fjonc on a business
Nolson.
J. Q,  McKinnon and
''i Iday from Vancouver.
Mr. and M
.lurnt
Dr, .' ivoomb ��� made n regular pro-
. .  . isit to Trout Lake on Mon-
;���
b. - On S inday, Nov. 15th, it girl
bi by arrived at the homo of Mr, and
Mrs. Tin  . Russell,
Thoro is but little snow as vet in tho
ii rdcai.' il ';��� on frost nights. Splen-
II : wlnti " s    LI bi\
Jamc '-. Reeves has taken a turn
forthe be ter, and we trust that be will
soon be able to got about atrain.
���   V. Md irr, a (���opresentativo of a big
ivholi  ��� ���     igit    irm   of  Vancouver,
��� '. ml  ���   n 1 ty 11 Ferguson.
Evp.ry disorderly hou ;e in Vancouver
bas been served with a three months'
notice to closo by the city council.
J. il. Manross commenced Monday.to
build q Bmall dwelling house nn his
.lain street lot, west of thc jewelry
store.
Thn Indies' quadrille club have completed arrangements to provide a grand
supper for the opening bitll of the season, on Dee. 3rd.
S. A. Goodall- managevof thoBound-
arj Falls smelter, has resigned and will
go to Colorado to accept a similar
position.
Nurse McKenzie arrived i.i Ferguson
on Saturday last, to take the place vacated by Nurse Ponseca in theLardenu
Miners' Union hospital.
Captain J. Duff Stewart of Vancouver
- ���; been nominated by the Liberals to
contest Hon. Charles Wilson's seat at
tlie bye-election.
We hope Andy Craig will decide to
build n skating rink in Trout Lake.
Wo would like one In Perguson, but
better at tbe Lake than none.
Tho last issue of thn British Columbia Gazette oontains a notico of incor
poration of the Croat Northern Mines.,
Limited.
II. A. Upper, chief license inspector
for tlie Revelstoke licensedisti lot, paid
FarguBon a visit on Thursday.
Locnls With n I'liymnr.iU.
Old papers for sale at Eagle office,
Ii; pays to use tho telephone. A trip
can often be saved to Trout Luke, Bea
ton, Arrowhoad or Comaplix by using
the phone.   Oflice in Cummin.-; & Co.'s
l I PROFESSIONAL j .
I I CARDS. I I
I
.
->����������������������������������.*���<������.���. *
a Mr
H
Ai. Carter and baby
and Mr**. *'. W. Esteb, Mrs. Carter's
mother, left fehl * rao *''.;- to spond the
winter at Portland, Oregon.
AV. 13. Pool went, out to Poplar Wednesday morning. Ho will po to Rossland before returning, but will be back
in Ferguson about tbe 20tb instant.
A cablegram was received on tho 11 Lb
inst. at the M.-.ssey Harris company's
offices, Toronto, announcing the death
ot Mrs, C. I). Massoy in London. Eng.i
of appendicitis, following an operation.
Mall' gets to Perguson about ToVlocV
Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights.
The stage from Beaton picks up the
mail from the south at Trout Lake, and
i.Mi] mails reach Ferguson at tho same
time.
Vancouver und Victoria are annoyed
by a lot. of Roumanian gypsies who
have entered the province, and it, is
lund dilflcult to get rid of them. They
have considerable money with them,
but tbey are not workers.
Percy Boyd, wbo spent tbo summer
in ti;;; employment of _J-_Kiunon and
ititl. rinnd, return nl t" ,1 ivi Istok < on
Friday. A dance was given in his hon
or on Thursday iil***bt'lnAIej.ander hall.
Percy '.'.'its n general favorite tn Forguson. and wo hope to seo bim back in thc
spring.
The Steamboat Victoria got herself
into a vory embarrassing position on
.Saturday. She was coming up to her
wharf (rom Gerrard before u stiff wind
dotvn tlio Lako whim sho beeamo unmanageable, and the strong wind sent
her on top of a boom of log;. She was.
however, got olT again without Feriouc
damage.
���Percy F. Godenrath, the roving news!
paper correspondent who has been
sponding the past month In theLardenu
district gathering information for a
syndicate of papers, loft Tuesday for
Poplar cm-cute to Spokane. While
here Mr. Godenrath completed a live
chapter Xmas storyette, entitled " A
Romance of Poplar Creek," dealing
witli tiie discovery of this now famous
gold eamp. and introducing several local characters. Tlio tale is based on
the attempt-id jumping of aplacerclaim
and the tragic ending of tho jumper.
D .!. Robertson and Co. of Nelson,
havo un*1 of tho largest and best select-
stocka of furniture In thc Kooienay's.
Just samplo thoir prices.
* Smokers: If you want tho genu-
1X1*1 "['nion'' and "Our Special"
Cn - *: see that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters on every box.
���H. A. Brown, Revelstoke, J3* C.
FOR SALE���The building and corner lot now occupied by tiie barber
shop and shoe store on Main street,
Ferguson, drawing good rent permanently. ApplyE. G.Woodward, Eagle
eiliee.
Ordor a ping-pong set, framed or
enframe,1 pictures, picture frames,
drawing requisites, books, magazines
or anything In this lino of goods from
thc Canada Drug & lioolc Co., Hovel*
stoki'. B. C, Mail ordors attended to
promptly.
PROPERTY FOR SALE���Lot No.
JU, in block .Vi, on Main street, noxt to
Ferguson hotel, and lots 0 and 7, in
block 1, also on Main street near post
oliice. These are very desirable lots
and can bo purchased cheaply. Apply
to !���:. (1. Woodward, Eaqle offloe.
t O   B- N. WILKIE,
?   ^���    ** 1'   I.   s
. Provincial I
. Land t
_ Surveyor i
,     Ferguson and Trout Lake:     *
f t
|  Survey;, mad ��� and Crown Grants *
v                      Obtained,
t  Olfl'ooi      -       -      Trout Lake. .
-      "~-~       |
| B;# EDWARDS  |
TAX IDE K MIST*
1  R
EVELSTOKE,
MLI.IA.I A. B..M.K,
B. C.  ���
I W'
I   DOMINION AND PROVIN-        |
I       CIAL* LAND SURVEYORS.  I
��� Snrvoysol
4 urown
V t;iili.**l
* for Ah!
\ Offlooai   C
��� * Mineral Claims und
Is. Crown Grants Ob-
Assessments Mauagod
tine and Vancouver
yy'M.'E. DEVEREUX,
p. l. s,,
���J-
.   Offll
CIVIL and
MINING
ENGINEER.
Mr. J. B. Cressman, the fashionable
Revelstoke tailor, will be in Ferguson
nnl Trout Lake about tho 13th of this I
nOnth, with a full range of stylish suit-  ? ���
Ings fur ladies and gentlemen.   Any   ���   TlpBERT HODGE,
me who purposes getting a winter suit  *   "
would do well to wait, and see thc
samples, Remember thc date, No1
13th and after.
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t
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EAT Ml
FERGUSON   J
JIB!
i i
_      Froab and cured meats of the  I
I I
4  linest quality.   We have Finnan  t
i Haddiea,Turkey8,Cblolten,Lardi  J
I   Macon and Ham. * I
P, BURNS k CO.     j
4 ��������-*������<��� -t ������>->������������������<������-����������-�����<>(--�����>
*&w-<
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SII/
Ferguson. B.C.
Orders  for  Rough and Dreseecl
Lumber Filled Promptly.
Square Timber  Supplied   Whon
Ordered.
Leave Ordors for Lumber and for
Installing Electric Lights at
A.   C.   CUMMINS'   STORE.
Prank LeBeau
Proprietor.
BARRISTER,  ETC.
Solicitor for
The Imperial Bank
Pcrfliison, 15. C.
OFWCE-In tbo Ophtr r.mle UlMlt.
11
ai;vi:y,HcCai:tki; l. pinkham,
Batri-itcrs, Solicitors, etc.
0,11;*os: Kevelstoke, Ooldcn, ainl Ferguson,   solicitors for Imperial lunik
MeCarter. J. A. Harvey.
A. M. Pinkham.
E
111-1) 0. 1CI.U0TT,
Barrlsteti   Notary Public etc. t
Tl'.OfT LAKE CITY II. C, AND +
FERGUSON,   li.   C.   1
.*��� * fr . . .444,44 4-44 4 04 4 <���-<--*-��� * ���
rr* si.... :LLVJ&s&m%&w��mzx?.��u;,
iiHli, C. ASSAY tt CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. Ui.
VANOOOVEK, B. 0.
II  . tiunrtenfor Asanyors, niinln.
��.inn s,i|ii>l><M. solo agonli in u.
C. i .r  Moii'illl  OrUOlblO Co., I'Klle;*	
Kn [land; V. W. llriran .'; Co.'a Patent
Cni) I'nrnuoM.llnraora.eto.lWm.Alna-
iit worth('.Co.'iFlnolialanooa oto.,e.c.
I
!____���,��� :-���21ilii
Watches, Clocks and
Jewelry.
i)i
1
I havo liigb grade
Waltham, Vanguard,
Creseont, Street,
C. P. R. Special,
Elgin, Futhcr Timo,
Veritas and B. W.
Raymond's.
/CI      I have  Eight-Day, Gong
Strike and Nickle Clocks.
J. V. REEVES,
Jeweler and Optician,
KERGUSON, B. C.
HAVE Y>
Our iuu fall stock of dry goods, boots
and shoes, gents and ladies' furnishings '1
Especially do we Invite your attention to
c ur	
I iiifh Class RubberGoods
.   . .
; 1 his is the lime of year when colds are
j dangerous.    Come and provide yourself
j against catching a cold.    Wc have also a
f complete stock of groceries and hardware   i
I McKinnon d? Sutherland
Get Your Winter
Vegetables *.��. 0 e
Two cars now on the  way.   A ear of Fresh  Gt'occrtcs
and Xmas goods just opened  up.   Call and inspect our
Full Line of Winter Goods
Beforo buying.   Big stock of Crockery, Hardware and
Di.v Goods always on hand.
_!08
TKE POST OFFIOH STORE.
jxtlio & Co.,
THB
NG?S  HOTEL
��
| Well lighted and heated by hot |
j air furnace. Tables supplied J
j witli tiie best the market affords. \
Rates $1.50 Per Day
JAS.   CUMMINGS,   Prop.. Ferguson, 3.   C.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up at the Queens.Good accomniodnlion
..Best id service .. Choicest wines,
liquors und cigars,.Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brother?, Proprietors.
Pack ins axicLFcrffus^fcklag
Transfer Outfit.
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Freishtine:
Contcaott) oatQi'od into roi* pacl;ing of fining SuppUeB(
oto.,toan.v point in the district.
Good, prompt Bopvicpj and any work undortakon guaranteed,   Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Ferguson
u spenlalty.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
j*���\
McDONELL <2 BLACK.
Proprietors.
Ferguson, b: a

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