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The Eagle is. more widely
circular ed than any other
newspaper in north kootenay���it will be found an excellent advertisd.ci medium,
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Ferguson, B. C, March 20th, 1903
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CW/OiV MBiV
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They Again Risk Lives
For Late Comrades.
Camborne and Beaton Men Help.
good and tired when tho 12 milos wero
completed and they reached Arrowhead with their heavy lood.
The trip was dangerous in the extreme for the men knew not the moment when they might all go through
the Ice, but tho trip is over and the
brave men have won tho admiration of
a host of people.
Tho Fernie Strike.
Had it not boon for the bravery and
persistence of members of the Ferguson miners' Union two of the bodies of
the unfortunate men who died as a
result of tho disaster in tho Nettio L.
could not have boen sent to relatives
in Eastern Canada. The relatives
naturally wished to havo tbo bodies
buried at home, but the arm of Arrow
lake was called impassable. Notwithstanding tbis the Union men undertook to deliver tho caskets containing
tho bodies at Arrowhead and thoy
succeeded nobly. In tho first place the
caskets arrived at Arrowhead on the
9th, At the time tbere woro about 20
people waiting for the boat to run but
tho boat is not running even now
eleven days lator. Frank Holten wbo
was returning from Victoria saw what
was probable and together with six
other volunteers thoy secured a cuttor,
took the box oil, placed tbo four coffins
on it and pulled it by haud 12 miles
ovor the lake through snow and broken
ice and dodging air holos. When tbey
reached Beaton Audy Craig had a
toam and sleigh ready and brought the
coffins through to Ferguson a distance
ol 10 miles tho samo night, breaking the road through two foet of newly
fallen snow.
Whon the inquest was over Tuesday
night Dave Morgan, [president, and
Frank Treanor, secretary of the union,
called for volunteers to deliver the
bodies of Gagnon and Calder to relatives who woro waiting to take charge
of thorn at Arrowhead boing unable to
come any farther owing to the condition of the lake. In a few minutes the
required number had como  forward.
On Wednesday after the burial of
two bodies near Trout Lake, tho three
sleighs carrying the other two bodies
and tba transport committeo continued
the journey to Beaton.
Thursday morning oarly the two
collius containing tlie bodies woro
placed on Holten's useful cutter and a
string team was made up of tho following:
D. Morgan, president Minors' union;
F. Holten, C. Short, II. Ackort, D.
Barcelow, Duke Champagne, N. Morrison, E. Ericksen, D. McPhitil, D.
Lafgren, Otto 13111a, R, Hazard, O.
Hamilton, E. Williams, W. D. Eddy,
Miles Custer, J. Hendricks, Kenneth
Morrison, C. Erlckson.
B. Hicks and 1). Ball of Beaton
offered their sot-vices and woro accepted and W. Hulloway, N. McMillan
and J. Mullholland together with
two others whoso names we don't
know walked down from Camborno to
assist. So au ourly start waa mado
with u team comprising 20 men, and a
rope was strung out from tho sleigh
and the men placod 20 feet apart to
avoid having too much weight in one
place and tbreo men wont ahead testing tho loo. All went woll for four
miles when one of tbo team, a stout
fellow named Ack'ert, tho only man
not a member of the union, got on tho
load saying ho was played out and
would 'havo to bo hauled. The men
felt annoyed for this man asked to bo
allowod to go but they suppressed their
indignation and hauled him the
remaining six milos. Tho trip was
certainly a bard ono, for the men had
to walk in water and snow, mixed, 18
���inches deep, and the men were all
The following despatch from Fornio
dated March llth, makes the situation
look brighter and no doubt the differences will be settled in a few days:
After many conferences between the
representatives of tho striking coal
miners, the Crow's Nest Company
officials and tbo conciliation committeo
appointed by tho Hroviucial Mining
Association, all the chief obstacles to a
satisfactory settlement have at luigth
been removed.
Concessions have boon made by both
the parties, and the work of tho committee has beon considerably lightened by the mutual forobearnnco exercised during the lengthy sessions hold
here since Saturday last.
There are still somo matters of
detail to be settled, but with patience
and tact it is now reasonably certain
that all questions in dispute will bo
harmoniously settled this weok.
There were two meetings today ono
In tho morning and the othor this
evening. Arrangements woro mado
beforo concluding this evening's
meeting to hold a further conference
at 9 o'clock tomorrow morniug.
The Provincial Mining Association
committee have been present at all the
conferences hold and their good
offices in bringing about a friendly
and lasting settlement have been
appreciated by both sides to tho controversy. Tbo terms ofthe settlement
to date are withheld for tho present
and will not be given out until tho
whole matter is settled, which may
possibly be tomorrow,
125 FEET
A MONTH
The Oyster - Criterion
Will be a Busy Mine
Before the Middle
of the  Season.
Vincent F. Lade of tho Oyster-Criterion mine, on Fish creek, paid a visit
to Forguson Tuesday, remaining over
night and returning to tho mino the
next day. To an Eaglo reporter ho
Baid thero wero no startling developments during last month, but tho high
grado freo-milling oro in tunnel aud
crosscut continues just as good as when
last reported in these columns. The
lead has however been encountered in
crosscut on the Criterion claim and
shows even bettor average values than
in othor places.
Sinco Christmas an average of 12i)
feet a month has been maintained in
drift and crosscut, and tins notwithstanding that very hard rock has been
met.
As wo mentioned somo timo sinco
tbo stamp mill is on tho ground only
awaiting tho coming of spring to be
sot up. When the mill is ready there
will bo plenty of ore blocked out to
koop the mill running steadily.
Word has been received that tho
compressor plant will uo lauded at
Beaton on April 4th.
Mr. O. B. N. Wilkie completed tho
survey for tho tramway somo timo ago
and tho machinery for installing thu
tram will be shipped ns soon as thu
boat is running regularly over tlio
Arm.
A Lardoau Experience.
M16S McKinnon arrived in town
on Friday last from Boston, mass., on
a visit to hor brother J. McKinnon.
Miss McKinnon was delayed at
Arrowhead several days owiugto the
boat being unable to run on the lake
However, tho Miners' Union men camo
to the rescue and when returning
from tlieir perilous journey Friday
night brought Miss McKinnon back
with them, hauling ber ou a cutter
the wholo distance of 19 miles over the
lake.
It Is not often that a young lady has
so uniquo und sensational a ride. Miss
McKinnon must havo felt like a quccu
of somo far.eastern monarchy riding in
her state carriage.
She says she onjoyod her cuttor ride
very much and that sho hud no trouble
in managing her string team.
Tho team consisted of 27 mon of the
Miners' union, who had crossed the
previous day, reinforced by S. Sutherland and two others. We understand
that the fair driver had hor whip
nearly worn out keeping tho wheelers,
Messrs. Anderson and Eddy up ln i.ho
collar.
On arriving at Boaton Mr. Sutherland secured a cutter and pair of
horses and drove Miss McKinnon to
Ferguson.
F-irj-lison IIoaltil.il Notes.
Miss Edwards, a graduate medical
and surgical nurse, arrived at tlio
Minors' Union hospital yesterday to
tako charge of the nursing staff.
Tho management of tho hospital
wish to express thanks to Mrs. Kirkpatrick for kindly furnishing fresh
milk aud eggs for tho patient under
treatment in the institution.
The thanks of the management are
also tendered to the men who have
kindly assisted in nursing during the
past two weeks.
Dr. Newcombe has bad his hands
full of work for tho past fortnight,
having boon called to Comaplix, Truut
Lako aud tho mines. For tlio past fow
days, however, ho litis had a Utile rest.
Otto Blohin's condition shows no
sign of improvement. While ho
appears to ho free from pain ho remains in a semi stupor.
Hon. Geo. E. Foster met defeat in the
North Ontario bye-election for the
house of commons on the 10th inst.
J Grant, liberal, was elected.
The sitting of tbe county court which
was to have boen held at Trout Lake
this month has been postponed till
April 28th.
F. Campbell, mining recorder, ro
turned from a three month's visit to
his old home In Fredrloton, N, B., on
Monday.
Never litis "Cold Feet."
Mr. Clark, of Kentucky, who has
boon extensively Interested in the fuel
business in these purls up.tlll recently;
hns gone out of business but will not
loavo Forguson as was rumored, lie
expresses himself satisfied that wilh
tho rising metal markets Ferguson
will bo a warm numbor In the near
future. Clark should know. Ho has
followed the frontier for many yoars
and has soen tho tips and downs In
mauy a mining camp, boon in places
whero tho prlco of a glass of gin would
givo Pierpont Morgan cold feet but ho
never gets thorn���ho hails from the
home of tho thoroughbred���he -'never
quits."
Lord Strathcona's Annual Roport,
Lord Strathcona, in his annual
report to tho trade and commerce department at Ottawa on March I2th
entertains no hope that restrictions on
tho frcu entry of Canadian cattle into
tho United kingdom will be removed
notwithstanding the agitation to that
ond principally ln Scotland. Improved
markets for imported meat aro anticipated ln the near future, and tho high
commissioner urges that greater attention be paid to this branch of export from Canada than at present. Ho
points out that,tho chilled meat imported from tho United States in 1901
was equal to 312,000 head of cattle.
It is noted with satisfaction that
Canada ia now tbo second largest
shipper of wheat lo tho United Kingdom, although last year's shipments
did not amount to moro tbau 10 per
coat of tho whole importations. Tho
Canadian grain is very well spoken of.
Thero is a gratifying increase in the
quantity of Hour imported from tho
Dominion, and it now occupies the
second place in the returns after the
United Statos. In referring to tho
discrimination of Germany against
Canadian grain the high commissioner
sees no way of getting ovor tho difficulty until negotiations bo opened up
with Germany by which Canadian
imports may bo put on a better footing
than thoy now enjoy. Lord Strath-
ia secured from Right Hon. Mr.
Chamberlain, prior to his departure
to South Africa, a promise that Canadian products would not bo overlooked
in tbo purchase of oattle and supplies
fur re-stocking thu Boer farms.
Tho wood pulp importations from
Canada seem to bo increasing, and a
feeling prevails that nn effort should
be made by Canada tu prevent thu ex-
purtntion of tho raw material and to
encourage the industry in the Dominion, the matter being largely in the
hands of Canada us competition from
other sources is 'decreasing year by
year.       	
Deuiaml   lucre* in;-:.
Cupper experts fur February show a
heavy falling off compared with lust
year's figures, v hilo for tho two
monhts ending February 2*3 thoro is a
decrease of 3.'! per cent, Tho exports
in tuns fur the month of February wero
8,685; deoroase 5,316; from Jauary 1,
19,102; decrease, 10,312. A l-eprosonta-
ti.o of ono of thu largest copper
interests In thu world says: "The
activity of copper is absolutely legitimate, and is based entirely upon the
conditions of supply and domand, During 1902 2f> per cent, more copper was
used than ever before. The supply is
exhausted. That it has advanced
from II to 13$ cents fur lake cupper
within little moro than a year Is
nothing extraordinary. Tho marvelous development of electric work the
world over, and particularly In tho
United States, Is tho cause. Last
year 170,000,000 pounds uf copper
were used for wiro in electrical appliances in this country-"���Western
mining world.
Tbo Edinburgh papers say that tho
emigration to Canada is likoly to seriously affect house letting in Edin*
burgh this yoar. Moro pooplo are
leaving Edinburgh for Canada this
year than during the past quarter of a
century.
B4CMII
.ASSOCIATION
Deliberations of Convention Most Harmonious.   A Strong
Executive Elected.
Ferguson delegates to tho Mining
Association contention at Victoria all
speak in glowing terms of the
work acompllshed and are a
unit In the belief that the newly formed association will be of far reaching
benefit to the whole provinco of British Columbia. A disposition was
shown throughout tbo sossions of thu
convention to adopt such rcsulutiuus as
would nut infringe 011 the rights of any
class or section but to advise such
changes in existing conditions that
would work uut to tho welfare of tho
principal Industries, having in view
especially tho quart:', and placer mining,
A strong executive was olocted ill
which everv seetion uf the province is
represented, W. M. Brown, of Revelstoke, being tho member representing
this section of Ii. C,
The following is tho full personnel of
the executive: W. M. Brown, A. C.
Gait, A. McMillan, P. J. Pearson, L.
Hill, Chris. Foley. H. Croft. A. C:
Flumcrfelt, E. B. Klrby, A. B. Feasor,
L. W. Statford, J. I.i. Hobson, IL (.'.
Bellinger, Jno Kerr, Hue. D. W.
Higglns, J. W.Tonkln, A. L. Bolyea,
K. C.j A. E. Howso, II. G. Seaman, M,
MuAndrews, J. Dilworly, Capt. Cliva
Phllllps-Wolloy, F. Dockido.
Tbe officers of the Provincial Association are: Jno. Keen, president,
Kaslo; .1. B. Hobson, vice-president,
Victoria; A. 11. Fraser, treasurer, Victoria; A, L. Belyea, K. C, secretary,
Victoria.
Hon us Por One
Parliament was opened at Ottawa
un March 12th ot 3 o'clock by Lord
Minto, There was a large attendance
at-tho opening cere 111011 ies, and tlio
Interest manifested lu thojovent was as
great as ln past years. His excellency tlio Governor-General was
accompanied from Govornmont bouse
by an oscort of tho Princess Louise
Dragoon Guards and was received 011
his arrival at the parliament buildings
by a guard of honor from the Governor-General's Foot Guards. Thc
band of this regiment was present and
supplied the music. Lord Minto proceeded to tho eonato chamber and
delivered the speech from the throne.
The C. P, R. machinists and freight
handlers from Vancouver to Winnipeg
aro out on strike. It begins to look as
if tho strike would extend ovor tho
wholo eystom,
Lobbying has commenced at Ottawa
by tho Canadian Northern and Grand
Trunk Pacific magnates for tho government subsidy for building another
trans-continental road to tho Pacific
coast. Tlie government have promised to bonus one road but will not ns.ist
both. There will be a stuboorn fight
and there is a difference ol opinion
nuiiing the ministers, it is expected
that the Grand Trunk system will
win out not becauso they havo tbo
hotter rights but because a large number of the Cabinet nro personally
interested in that system. Thero Is no
doubt that thu Canadian Northern
have prior rights.
The weather in Forguson this week
is very'��pring like. No birds have
been seen yet however.
Whilo watching a burning steamship In Montreal harbor on March 8th
hundreds of tho onlookers woro caught
beneath tho tremendous weight of a
fulling steel freight shod. Several
were killed outright and nearly a hundred moro or loss severely Injured.
THE OUROHES.
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every Sunday commencing at 3 p. m.,
ana alternate Sundays at 8 p. m. All
aro invited to attend.
S. J. Green, Pastor.
Angliciin.
Divino service  will bo  hold every
alternate Sunday iu Eagle hall at 3 in
tho afternoon.
An invitation to attend is extended to
evorvbodv H. A. Solly,
Curate.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 20 1903.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
The greatest sympathy is felt
locally for the relatives of the unfortunate men who met death so
tragically at the Nettie L. on the
7th inst.. Only those who know
the circumstances can realize how
sad was the sudden cutting off of the
career of these brave men.
The late Pat Crilly and Allan
Calder were young men of splendid
physique and with great possibilities of attainment before them, yet
they were cut off just as they had
nicely entered on manhood.
Robert Savage was a man well
known and who had many friends
' but it was unfortunate that no one
' here knew of any relatives.
Edward Gagnon was not so well
known for he was a man who seldom visited town. He had a fond
hope in view, he was working at
the mines not from preference but
from a persistent determination to
break loose from the bonds and
worry of debt and free his little
farm in Quebec from the mortgage
that hung like a millstone about the
necks of himself, wife and family.
The man worked for the last few
years faithfully; never spending a
���cent foolishly, but sending his earnings back to his wife to be applied
on the demon mortgage.
The throngs were broken at last,
only a short time since; the farm
was clear and he was a free man.
He had given notice that the fatal
shift on which he entered the night
ol the 7th was his last at mining.
He made a little sled to haul his
belongings from the mine to Ferguson the next morning and trom
there to depart for home to meet
Ins loved ones. The shift did
prove his last but it also saw the
fleeting of the soul of the man. It
is sad to reflect on these things, it
is difficult to understand what
purpose God had in cutting of these
lives, but God's ways are often
beyond the comprehension of man.
We know personally only P. Crilly
the night foreman, but those who
know the others speak very highly
of them and the good lives that they
lived. There are men who come
west who become intemperate and
coarse; nothing like that can be
said of these men.
The Eagle joins with the Lardeau
people in general in extending
sympathy to the relatives of
the deceased,
The Ontario government is in
distress owing to charges make by
R. R. Gamey, M, P. P., for Mani*
toulin on the floor of the legislature
that he had been bribed to support
the Ross administration and that
payment was made by one of the
ministers. The revelation has
brought the business of the house
to a standstill and there are likely
to be several resignations in consequence. The liberals and conservatives are of one mind that
thorough investigation must be
made and the mutter sifted to the
bottom.   The Globe says:
But whatever tribunal it will be
the first duty of the premier and
his followers, as we believe it will
be their most earnest desire, to see
that the real issue is not obscured
or evaded, and that the Liberal
party is neither usjustly involved in
apparent complicity with wrong
doing, nor betrayed into even seeming connivance at its concealment.
Either the minister of the crown
who is accused, or the member of
the legislative assembly, who is his
acusser, is unworthy of public trust,
and no interest of either political
party must be allowed by the leader
of the government or the leader of
the opposition to come between the
offender and the punishment which
his offence deserves.     In this thing
we are neither Liberals nor Conser-
vates, but Canadians whose first
concern is the independence and
intregity of parliament and unsullied
national honor.
The World says*. The Ontario
ministry has been half dead for the
last five or six years, and the attempt to galvanize it into life has
been the cause of widespread corruption. The West Eigin case was
a horrible example of this. Ballot
boxes have been stuffed, ballots
burned, money spent in corrupting
the electors, and now it appears
that thousands of dollars are available for the purchase of members ot
the legislature. The concern is
rotton, and its destruction would
give us at least an opportunity to
make a start on new lines.
During the investigation into the
Nettie L. disaster the long distance
telephone system was taxed at
times to cope with the rush ot
messages. Many of these were
long press despatches, but we have
not heard of a mistake occurring
and the messages were transmitted
and delivered most promptly,
Therefore we feel justified in com*
mending the good service that is
furnished by the telephone Co.
This was especially noticeable last
week when a heavy snow storm
continued steadily lor four days
and nights.
Watches,
Guards, and
Jewelry.
I sold nearly ray entire
stock at Xmas time and
have now a new and up
' to date lot bf goods
Please call and examine.
J. V. Reey.es,
Ferguson
How's your Printing? Do you know that the
EAGLE Job Department has one of the best
equipped plants in North Kootenay and that it is
unnecessary to send out ofthe Lardeau for work?
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WE ARE
After You
tor that order you aie sending away out of the
district to save a few shillings. Don't be fooled.
The EAGLE can give you satisfaction. We
carry only the first quality in office stationery, etc.
OUT  OF  TOWN  ORDERS
Receive Our Strict Attention,
THE EAQLE,   Ferguson, B.C.
Drugs and Stationery
Prescrlptions Carefully and
..Accurately Compounded..
A.  F.  RANKINE
T. O. BLOCK, FERGUSON, B. 0.
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The Townsite of-
FERGUSON
The Pay-Roll Centre of the
Rich   Lardeau   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
in on the Ground Floor
The Lardeau is the richest
known mining district in British
Golumbia and the mines, particularly those about Ferguson,
contain large quantitie s of ore
being big as well as rich. Several
new properties will ship
ore during the coming year and
the town is sure to double
in size Buy a few lots now
before the effect of this year's
progress sends them up, mayhap beyond your reach.
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
H "II
For Further Information* Apply to
Henry  Floyd
General Agent,
Revelstoke. B. C.
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JL Notice.
���Notice Is hereby given that 80dayfl after
date1 intend to apply to tho Chief CommlB'
pioncr of Lands and fforkii tov a special LlfcOnst.
fo cut (uld curvy away timber from the follow-
ttic described lands in West Kootonayi commencing at a post situated, about ai) chains
north ot KiKht-Mlle Brldgaon tho south fork
of thu Lardoau river, theneo 40 .mains north,
thence ion chains west, thenco 40 chains sonth.
thenco 100 chains east to lhe point of commencement.
Dated 26th Kcbrnnrv, 1903,
BltVBR COP MINES, LTD.
Erland 0, Undow,
Beoranty;
���;' ' .Notice   J
Notice Is horoby given that 80 days after
date- L Inti-nd io npi I to i lie Cliii-f rotnmis-
stonerof Lands and W trks tor a .special llcenao
toOUt and curry awaj limber from lhe following described lands in West Kootenay com-
moiiotng from a goal situated about ������������ chains
north of ElKlit-Mtlelirlilgeou the South Fork
ofthe Lardoau River, thence 111 chains south,
thenco Kit) chains ivosti tiicncc 10 chains north,
thenco 160 chains east to noint of commence**
mon t.
Dated Wth February. lOOni
SILVER CUP MINKS, LTD.
Erland (I. lladow,
Secrotary.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that .10 days after
dato t intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works Ior pormis-
ion to purchase liiO acres of laud situated on
thesouth side of tho Ferguson townsite commencing from a post situated near the southeast Comoro! same; thenee-10 chains south;
thence 40 chains west; thence 40 chains north;
thence 40 chains east to point of commencement,
Ferguson, B. C February 22nd, 1003.
DONALD G. FORBES.
Notice,
Notice is hereby given that 30 days after da to
1 intend to apply to tho Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special license
to cut and carry away timber from the follow
ing described lands inwest Kootonay: Commencing from a rost situated about 40 chain.
oast of tho Forguson townsite, thenco 8C
chains soutli, thence 80 chains east, thenco SO
chains north, thence 80 chains west to point
of commencement.
Dated 25th February 1008,
DONALD Q. FORBES.
Notice*
Notice is hereby given that HO days after date
I intend to applv lo the Hon, Chlei Commit
sioncrof Lands and Works for a Bpoclal license
tocut and carry away timber from the following-.described lands in West Kootenay: commencing at a post planted about 40 chain.-,
east of Forguson townsite, thence Kio chains
north, thenee 10 chains east, thenco ITO chains
south, thenco 40 chains west to point of com-
menccmedt.
Dated 25th February, 1903.
GREAT WESTERN MINES, LTD.
Iob27 A. II. Holdich, Secretary.
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that 80 days after data
I intend to apply to tho chief Commissioner
of Lanes and Works for a special license to
cut and cany away timber from the following
described lands in West Kootenay, commencing at a post about 40 eliains cast of the Ferguson townsite, thence li>0 eliains north,
thence 40 chains west, thence bit) chains south,
thence 40 chains east to point of commencement.
Dated 25th February, 1903.
GREAT WESTERN MINES, LTD.
A. II. Holdich, Secretary.
Certificate of Improvements
Notlee.
Nottie L. Fraction, No. 1 Fraction and Copper
Reef mineral claims, situate In the Trout
Lake raining division of West Kootenay district,
; Where located.���On Nettio L. mountain.
TAKE NOTICE that I, George S. MeCarter,
acting as agent for the Great Western Mines,
Limited Liability, Free Miners* certillcate No
B. 48174* intend lit) days from thc dale hereof to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate
ot Improvements for tho purpose of obtaining
a Urown Grant of tlio above claims.
AND FURTHER TAKK NOTICK that action
under Section 87 must be commenced before
tho Issuance of such certlltcatc of Improvements.
Dated this 28fd day of January,A.D., 1003.
GEO.S. McCAKTKR.
Great Western   Mines.     Limited    und
Double Kngle M. & I). Co., Ltd,
Notico Is hereby given that any written
transfers of stock in either of those companies
that have not yet been sent in to the olllco for
registration and tho Issue of proper certificates for them, must ho sent In by the last
day of February, 1908( as they will not be
recognized after that date.
Ferguson, B. c. Jan. 2ii, 1008.
A. n. HOLDICH, Sec'y
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICK,
"Culbcri," "Handy,"   "Handy    No.    2.,
"Lynch,"       '"Low,"      ("Low      Fraction,
mineral claims, situate in tbo  Trout   Lake
Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
HWhere located:���Near Lynch creek on Lar
deau rivor.
Take notice thai I, A.It. Hcyland, agent for W
N. Brayton, Free Miner's Certillcate No. BfiOlftl
intend sixty davn from thu date hereof, to
apply to tlie Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of Improvements, fur the purpose of obtaining
,i Crown Grant of thu above claims.
And further tako notice that action under
section 87, must be commenced before thc
issuance ol such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this llth day of January, A. I),, 1003.
A. R. HEYLAND-
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICE.
Two and a Half
mineral claim situate in tho Trout Lake
Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located:-On Lade mountain near tho
Badshot mine.
���HTAKE NOTICE that I, O.B.N. Wilkie, acting as agent for the Ophir-Lade Mining Syndicate, Limited, Free Miner's Certillcate No, 11.
48172, intend 60 days from tho date hereof, to
apply to tho Mining Recorder fora Certillcate
of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of thc above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 87, must bo commenced beforo tho
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this llth day of December, A. D. 1902,
O. B, N. WILKIE
Notice,
Notico is hereby g ven that the undersigned
will not be responsible for any account except
on puoduction ot a written order signed by
tho manager, Superintendent or Secretary.
THE OPHIR-LADE MINING IBYNDICATE.
lLIMIT-ED,
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.
To William Howard or wlumisoev-sMic may
have transferred his Interest In too '-Clyde"
and "Ci���>���;.���*. No.��.,' mineral,Olaims, situated on
Silver Cup MoUMalii ttQjolnmg .thi. Lucia
mineral claim ami 4'.. miles irom IMrfpisnu, It!
tho Trout Lake Mining Division, West Koottr
nay district of B.C.
You are hereby notified that Ihave expended
|220 In labor and improvements upon the
abovo mentioned claims since Oct. 7th, 1901,
under tho provisions of Iho Mineral Act, and
IT within DO days from the date of (his notice
you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of ihe above mentioned sum which is now
due, together with all cost of advertising,
your Interest tn the said claims will becomo
the property of the undersigned undt.1 BgCtlon
4 of thc Mineral Act Amendment Act 1000.
Dated at Ferguson, B. C, this 12th day of
December, 1002,
NAPOLEON EMO
��������*�����>|
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.
To C, J. Smith and F. W. Hinsdale or to.any
person or persons to whom thoy may havo
transferred their Interests tn thc following
mineral claims, the "Mollie A" and '������Copper
Key" located nt short creek south of Pass
creek In the Trout Lake mining division of
West Kootenay.
Take notice that wo tho undersigned havo
performed tho* work and recorded thc assessment ou the abovo named properties forthe
years 1000-1901 and inorder to bold your interest in said claims under section 24 of tho
Mineral Act and if within 90 days of tho first
publication hereof you fail or refuse to contribute vour portion of such expenditure
together with tlie cost of advertising, your
interest in the said claims will become tho
property ol the subscribers undor section 4 of
the Mineral Act of 1900.
Dated at Ferguson, B.C. this 19th day of Dec.
Slimed     i"EN'RY8ANN.
dec 10 BIBnea    JjOE MORETT
Will ba rdpre-sented In
Ferguson threo ot four
days ench month. Any
orders for clothing will
receive closo attention
and- wo
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Halcyon Hot Spings
Sanitarium  ,   .   ,
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Sitnated.mldst scenery unrivalled for
grandeur. The most complete health
resort ou tho continent of North America,
Its baths euro ail Nervous and Muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
Kidney, Livec-jind Stomach ailments,
They are a never falling remedy for
all metallic poisons, completely purifying the system..
TERMS��� $15 to 118 nor weok, according to residence iu Hotel or Villas.
International
Correspondence
Schools, n n,w
SCRANTON,
PA.
Gives instruction by mail in the following subjects: Mechanical engineering,
mechanical drawing, Electrical engineer-
lug,telegraphy, telephony, sanitary plumbing, heating and ventilation, civil engineering, architecture, ��� architectural drawing, sheet metal pattern drafting, loitering
and sign painting, ornamental designs,
book keeping, stenography, milling, smelting, metallurgy, hydromclallurgy, electro,
therapeutics, French, German, Spanish.
Send for freo catalogue.
10 per cent discount by cutting out this
ad. and enrolling beforo end of month,
W. H. McDOUGALL. Local Agent*
Nelson, 11. C.
Smith * Co.
45 Bleury St,
* Montreal
i
f
Our representative
S. A. Soott is a
practical tailor anil
will make clothes
lit. Hold your
orders Ior him.
Time Table.
8. S. ARCHER OR S.S. LARDEATT.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing Octo-
bor llth, 1001, 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. K, Steamers and trains.
Tho owners reserve tho right to
change times of sailings without
notice.
Tha Fred Robinson Lumber Oo.Ltd
The B. C. ASSAY -S CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO, iw
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Heftdqunrtcrs for Amm-roM, Mining
& Mill   SuppliOK.   Sold tlKCIlts   ill   it.
0. for Morgan Oruolblo Co., Hiitternen,
England; V, W. Itrtum & i.'o.'h Putent
Oaiy Furnaces, Burners, etc 1 Wm. Ainu-
worth & Co.'s Fine Balances. etc., etc.
*
V
���  ������������    t
t WE CARRY CARPETS,        t
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND I
CHINA MATTING.
IRON BEDS a Specialty
$5 and up.
m mm, , h,
Goods can be furnished to any part of Lardeau on very shori notice
as the service is such that delivery can be made in one day from Nelson.
No Charge for packing *��������*>-��*<*-^����*>,,,,, ,.��,--^������-��<^��>��
Funeral Directors and f
Embalmers. i
[Graduate oi Myor's c��licgc;;of Embalming]   I
United flatters of NortliAmerica
____ri*r.*---s.    .  this ts the
<\*5U 7>V < UNION LABEL oi
tho United Hatters
ni North America.
When yon are bin-
ng a FUR HAT,
itiicr solt or stiff,
see to it that tlie
genuine u NIo N
Label is sewed in it.
If a retailer lias
loose labels fn his
possession and oilers to put one In a
bat for yon, do not
patronize him. lie
has not any rmntio nave loose labels. Loose
labels In retailstorcs are counterfeits, Do not
listen to any explanation as to why Ibe hat
has no label. The Genuine Union Label Is
perforated on the four edges exactly the same
as a postage stamp. Counterfeits arc sometimes perforated on threo of tiie edecs, anil
sometimes only on tivo. Keep a sharp lookout
for tbo counterfeits. Unprincipled manufacturers aro using them ln order to get rid ol
tbeir scab-made bais. Tlio John It. Stetson
Co. of Philadelphia, I'a., Is non-union concern,
JOHN A. 5IOFFITT, President,
Orange, N. J.
JOHN PHILLIPS,Secretary,
14 787 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, N.K
'���������G/STEV.
LARDEAU MINES, LTD.
The throe claims owned by the company are tho "Lardeau
Queen," the "Lardeau King" and the "Lardeau Prince," all abutting
end to end, through which three leads pass the entire length, Bltuated at the head of Lexington ereok, in the Lardeau mining division
of West Kootenav, British Columbia.
These threo claims aro located on tho western slope of Goat Mountain, the lines boing north-westerly and south-oastcrly, and form ono
completo portion of Mineral land of about 1511 acres. Thoy Ito cast
less than four miles up from Pish rivet*.
The group lies in the "Sitting Bull" and -'Wild West" bolts,
two of tho strongest and best known leads In that district, and work
already dono on apjacent oxtcntions hus givon most satisfactory
results as to oxtont of oro bodies and increased values with depth.
Tho formation is slate and schist, lying in an immense limo
dyko, nnd tho croppings of the loads aro generally toppod with houvy
Iron capping and quartz, which gives assays from $8 upon tho
surface.
VEINS AND WORK DONE
Exploitation consists of two onon cuts along tho surfaco for a
distanco of twenty foet, which exposed a body of argentiferous
galena ovor 8 indies ln width. Tho valuo of this oru body was *25.li0
on the surface, but at a depth of less than threo feot it has Increased
to $40,00. To tap this oro showing nnd tho massive Iron capped
ledgo closo to which lt lies tho present tunnel was commenced and
is now in a distanco of 82 feot. Another 85 foot of orossouttllig
Bhould roach this ledge at a dopth of about 125 feot. When 01 feet
had boon driven, an almoBt'Solltl body of Iron ore throe feot thick
was encountered in tho tunnol lying against a wall of slttto. A
samplo at this point asBayed $77.00 in gold, silver, coppor and lead.
At a distance of 14 feot from this lead a lino body of ore has boon
encountered which, when crosBod, proved to bo.seven and a half feet
wide, carrying the finest looking minoral yet found on tho property.
A third ledgo which contalnB tho rlchost oro and widest surface
showing, will bo reached about February 15th. This ledgo when
encountered, will be from 12 to 15 feot wido and great results aro
oxpoeted.
Tho proporty has an excellent surface showing. Tho average
assays aro most encouraging, considering tho great width and con-
tlnuiincy of tho leads across the country with such groat width and
prominence of tho surfaco judging from other properties in the noar
vicinity, Borne of which are on the same load ami have developed
very rich oro bodies.
In conclusion I would flay that tho Lardoau Minos are as good as
any, if not tho best, in tho vicinity, and I vurily believe with a
nominal oxponditure, they should bo made dividend paying in a
short time, and I would strongly recommend extensive development
toward that end,
H. O. fflcClymont, M. E.
For Further Information, price of stock, etc., addross
LARDEAU MINES, LTD.,
B. Norbort Ouimette, oManager.
Bank ot Montreal Bldg., ROSSLAND, 8. C
Can attend case at Ferguson at ten
hours notico if advised by wire.
iiiinim.iiiiiimiminiii
i
D. J. Robertson * O
NELSON, B. C.
PRIVATE DINING   SOOMS FOR
LADIES.
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND  MINIXCI MEN.
'THE'.
BALMORAL HOTEL
GORDON �� SLINGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite the Postoffice,
Send the EAGLE to your
Friends in the East
Everybody    QUT  Special
smokes     AND	
-   The Union
CIGAR
They nre nil Union rand-sand of tlie
best Havana Tobacco money can
buy.   Try ono nud satisfy yourself
us to tbeir qualityi
Union Cigar
Factory, H, A*.
Bro w'n, Prop.
W   SMDy.18?S_.M?JlORSANDOiaARS.
���-.tf.   FINELY EQUIPPED DAK.
HEST KM A DAY HOUSE
IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT.
BEST ODISINE SERVICE
REFITTED AND ItEl-Tl.NISirED.
Hotel La-rdea.u
\J. Laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
f
*
ft
ft
�� HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
A '��� AND MINlNli MEN....
W NEATLY FUIINIS1IED,
���.I*. WELL LltillTED AND HEATED ROOMS.
_W*$HtHvHMHtHN*$*^^
CONVENIENTLY    ���!-
SITUATED ON VIOTOKTA AVE.    *,
M  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  W
'THE
^    prospectors' Exchange
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANDING, fl. C.
>jfi    tablbs spi>ruBn* wrrn the
t
"���.���BEST IN THE MARKET**
���THE CHOICEST OF WIVES..-,
���^���LIQUORS AND CIQARS-fM
'WV��>w^^w*-rw'>*'W'*rK ��� ****-*>��� ������,,���,��������*,,
��� Leal  aud General.
��� ��������>-��*-��, ��,,,���������, �����<���-��+���(.-*>*-��**--t-
F.d. Hillman was in town Tuesday.
Josepli Ryan visited Trout Lako
Tuesday.
,1. V. Reeves, the joweler, visited
Trout Lako Tuesday.
0. 15. N. Wilkie, P, L. 8., paid a
visit to town Thursday.
Vincent Lude of the Oystor-Criterion
mine, was in town Tuesday.
1. Baldwin has been appointed night
shift boss nt thc Nottie L.
A largo number attended tho big
dance ut Trout Lake on the 17th.
Charlie Woodrow is getting along
nicely running tbo electric light plant.
Robt. Hodgo, solicitor, made a
professional visit to Trout Lake Thursday.
James Reeves' hen ranch seems to
be yielding good prolits since march
came in.
Miss Thompson ol Trout Lake, paid a
short visit to Ferguson Thursday
evening.
A. E. Garrett returned Wednesday
from Boise, Idaho. He left fairly cold
weather at Boise, i
W. 13, Anderson of tho Great Western Mines oilicc stall, returned from
Revelstoke last Friday.
Don't forget tho school concert in
Eaglo hall on tho 27th of this month.
One woek from tonight.
The C. P. R. Company is suing the
province of B. C. for a tract of 241,000
acres of laud in Fast Kootenay.
Mrs. Jowett who has been visiting
with hor daughter, Mrs. S. Daney,
returned to Trout Lake yesterday.
"The Socialist Spirit" of Chicago,
has advised us that it would cease publication with tho Fobruary i6suo.
A number from Forguson attended
tho dance at Trout Lako on tho night
of Tuesday, St. Patrick's Day.
W. C. Roiti, day engineer at the
Nettio L. compressor, wus down to
Ferguson for a fow hours Wednesday.
Jack Tweeddalo of tho Imperial
Bank, has been trnnsforredifrom Nolson to tho branch   at Edmonton, Alta.
Manager Macdonald, ofthe Imperial
Bank at Forguson, and Mrs. Macdonald spent the week in tho city.���Kootonay Mail.
It is reported that W. Cowan of
Revelstoke has sold his mill and timber limits ut Trout Lake to a strong
eastern firm.
A.J. Gordon left on Saturday for
a visit of a fow weeks to tho coast. It
is rumored about town that ho will not
return alone.
F. Barber loft Forguson Saturday
for a look arouud Edmonton and vacln-
Ity with a view to selecting a ranch if
favorably Impressed with the country.
Tho mombors oi tho Minors' union
feol grateful to tho men of Camborno
and Beaton who kindly assisted in
crossing tho rotton ice to Arrowhead
on tho 12th inst.
A vory severs storm prevailed Wednesday, March llth at tho Silvor Cup.
This prevented a numbor of tho mine
employees from attending the funeral
iu Ferguson.
Our esteemed follow townsman Jas.
Lawrence has gono on �� trip to tho
Boundary and othor interior points.
Ho will not return to Forguson till the
good old summer comos again.
Everything Is running Bmoothly
again at the Nettio L. The drift from
the bottom of B wlnzo to tho main
shaft Is through and thero ts a good
current ol air. The opposite drift Is
going ahead rapidly.
Otto Blohm etlll lies in a delicate
oonditlon at the hospital. Dr, Newcombe is doing all he possibly can for
the sufferer, while members of the
Miners1 union and men about town take
turns in sitting with the patient.
Mrs. J. Smlih and Mrs. A. C. Cummins havo kindly undertaken tho responsibility of waiting upon the ladles
of Perguson to solicit their co-operation
in providing for the basket social on
Friday the 27th, inst. It is believed
that every lady In town who can get
out will be present to assist in making
the school' entertainment, social and
dance a magnificent success,
Local, With a Paystreak.
All the latest books, magazines and
periodicals for holiday reading in stock
at the Canada Drug&Book Co.'s store,
Revolstoke, B. C. Prompt attention to
mail orders.
It pays to uso tbo telephone. A trip
can ofton ho saved to Trout Lako, Boa
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
tho phone. Office in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
* Smokers: If you want tho genuine "Union" and "Our Special"
OIQAR see that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters on every box.
���II. A. Brown, Kevelstoke, B. C.
FOR SALE���A four roomed dwelling house and two lots on ono of tho
best coruors in tho residence part of
Ferguson for Bale on easy torms.
Apply to Eaglo oflice.
A. M. Craig still conducts tho feed,
livory aud freighting stables at Beaton, and has saddlo horses and light
and heavy conveyances for hire at all
times. His daily stage for Goldfiolds
and Camborne meets the steamboat on
its arrival and departure.
THE MOTHERS FRIEND when
nature's supply falls, is Borden's
Eagle Brand Condensed Milk. It is n
cow's milk adapted to infants, accord
ing to tho most scientific methods. An
infant fed on Eagle Brand will show a
steady gain iu weight.
-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 Ladies' and Gent's
Saddle Horses aro docllo
but Spirited. If you want
to go anywhere call me up
at any hour.
Wm. GLENN
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
Capital Authorized, J-J,000,000
Capital [Paid-up) $2,M.I,932
Rest   ���   ���   ���   ���   $2,4311,593
PROFESSIONAL
CARDS.
.
OB. N. WILKIE, \
��� P. L. S, _*
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Surveys mado and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Offlco:      -      -      Trout Lake.  ��
ILLIAM A. BAUER,
w
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
Surveys of Mines, Mineral Claims and
Crown Landa. Crown Grants Obtained aud Assessments Managed
Ior Absentees.
Offices:   Camborno and Vancouvor
Q     SHANNON, H. A.
ASSAYER and ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST.
H'-idquBrters for Information Kegarillnfl
Lurileau I'rulicrtlcs*
w.itc Tor Information.
Cull and ace Samples.
OFFICE:   VICTORIA AVE..
FERGUSON, B, C.
���ROBERT HODGE,
BARRISTER, ETC.
Solicitor for
The Imperial Bank
Ferguson, B. C.
OFFICE���In tlio Ojililr Lade block.
II
ABVBY, MCCARTER 4 PINKHAM,
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Ofllces: Rovelstoke, Golden, and Forguson. Solicitors for Imperial Hank
oi Canada
Qoo. 8. McCartor. J. A. Harvoy.
A. M. Pinkham.
-TIRED C. ELLIOTT,
Barrister,  Notary Public etc,
TROUT LAKE CITYB. C..AND
Ferguson, B. C.
w,
do V.loMAIBTREAJ.M.SCOTT
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
J. M. SCOTT, A. B. L. L. B.
V.. do V. lo Malslro, M, A.
FERGUSON
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO,
D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.
Branches in Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, N. W,
T. uml British Columbia.
AGENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS.
Great Britain���Llovds Bank, Limited
United States���New York, Hank ol Montreal.
"        "    ���Chicago, First National Bank.
"        "    ���San  Francisco, Wells Fargo
��_ Co's Bank.
"        "    -St. Paul, Second Nat'l Bank.
"        "    ���Minneapolis, First Nat'l Hank
"        "    -Seattle, Seattle National Bank
BRANCHES IN B. C.
Vaucouver, Hevelstoke,    Nelson,   Goldon,
Ferguson Victoria.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Interest allowed at current rates.
A general banking business transacted.
W. MACDONALD
Local Manager
Having purchased tho
Ferguson Meat Market we
aro prepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of
Fresh nnd cured moats. A
good supply of Doef, Pork,
Mutton, Sausages, Hams
and Bacon always on hand.
P. illS & CO.
Seasonable
Goods
For Men Women and Children
thc 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 I
The Post Office Store
We have moved into our New Store Bu,!din��-
and have plenty of room to display goods.
If anything is wanted in the Mercantile line
we can supply it.
:; I
G. B.
THE  KING'S
Well lighted and heated by hot
air furnace. Tables supplied
with the best the market affords.
^ Rates $1 Per Day j^
JAS.   CUMMINS,   Prop.,  Ferguson,   B.   C.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up at the Queens. Good accommodation
.. Best oi service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
JJijtei4tstejfe_ri_ .rfi.j-w_rfz_rfz_rtz. v5z_s
1 Do You Know
g That a man is more
Jj manly whon lie keeps
is his face oloanly shaven
jj his hair neatly trim-
3 med and uses the
"a bath frequently,
jj All the requiro-
3 ments of a first class
V* barber shop supplied
i by....
LRoy Jameson
READ THE EAGLE.
Packing and ^mp^
Transfer Outfit.
[Freighting
Contracts ontorod into for packing of Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point in tho district.
Good, prompt sorvlco, nnd any work undertaken guaranteed,   Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Ferguson
a specialty.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
Perguson Hotel
McDONELL & BLACK.
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B. C.
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