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Array Provincial Library tebio4
MITAL QUOTATIONS.
. K��w Turk Hark-**.
Silver���Bar    $56.
Lead���100 lbs -,......     4.90
COPPER      12.60
THE EAOLE IS HORE WIDELY
CmCULATID THAN A5Y OTHER
NEWSPAPER IN NORTH KOOTENAY���IT WILL BE FOUND AN EXCELLENT   ADVER1-K1KO    MED1VM.
Vol. V, No 2.   ~
Ferguson, B. C, FEBRUARY 19, 1904.
After Passing Supply, The Session
Of the Legislative Assembly
Came to an End.   "'���'''
No Hallway Legislation Passed, ljjut
Tbe Premier promised a Spebutl
Summer Session.
The legislative assembly having concluded its labors, the Lieut-Governor
prorogued the house on the evening o^
the 10th Inst.
The premier announced late, i,n, the.
afteruoon that his honor would come
down In the evening-ana formally re-,
lieve the members ��� of iheir work, and
there was accordingly a hurrying " to
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and fro la hot haste"" by members who
saw an opportunity of getting tbeir effects packed, and leaving the capital;
in some instances the same night.
' The Supply bill, which has been held
back owing to the Ill-concealed dissatisfaction of some of the government members, was. put through Its third reading
during the afternoon session.
Thp loader of the opposition offered
some amendments to the motion, to se-
oure a vote of want of confidence, but
all of these were ruled out by speaker
Pooley as not relating to any section in
the supply measure.
The amendment whieh he first offered went on to state " that this house regrets that the government of the day
has failed ln its manifest duty to lay
before this house for consideration during the present session some adequate
measure or measures for the relief of
sections of the province in which rail*
ways are urgently needed."
Smart Henderson unsuccessfully at*
tempted to secure consideration of several amendments of a similar character, b-jf was frustrated by the speaker,
The following bills received their final reading; ^illooetenabling, Bills of
Sale, Counties definition, Liquor License, Municipal Clauses, Municipal
Elections, Animals, Joint Stook, Granby Amendment and Vancouver Incorporation.
The desirability of tho dominion government imposing a duty on American rough lumber being brought luto
British Columbia was set out ln a resolution fathered by Wells and supported
by the premier, which passed.
There was a discussion with regard
to thn select committee appointed to go
Into the Government House matter,
the members not knowing whether or
not to continue after tbe house rises.
Chairman Clifford suggested that they
might complete their work and publish
their findings in the gazette. The
Whole matter stood over till the evening,
The only business at the evening session was the presentation of an interim
report from the Government House
committee, exonerating architect Rat-
tenbury, and deolarlng be had protected the Interests of tbe province.
Tha house proroguediat 9.16 o'clock.
$2 a Year
Russo-Japanese War.
With characteristic enterprise the
Winnipeg Free Press has arranged to
give its readers a war news servloe un
equalled by any other newspaper in the
Dominion, It has made special ar*
rangements with the New York Herald
for a simultaneous publioation of *the
Herald's special war cables sent by Its
own correspondents from the seat of
war. This arrangement covers the|.on
tire service of tho New York Herald-
its special cablegrams, its war maps,
its illustrations trom their artistes at
the front, and its special articles on the
war. The New York Herald has unrivalled facilities for procuring the fullest and latest news, especially in war
times. The New York Herald's speoial
cable reports from its own speoial correspondents on the ground in the
Turko-Greek war, Kitchener's campaign in Egypt, Spanish-American
Wi and the Brltlsh-Boer war, were
admittedly the fullest, the most vivid
and the most reliable of any received
on the American continent, and constituted for reference purposes on this oon-
tl,neQt the authoritative records of all
these campaigns.
Old Oold and Mountain Lion.
The above mining companies, whioh
awn properties near Ferguson, are doing nothing this winter in tbe way of
development. The amalgamation that
took place early last September has taken a long time to fully complete In de
tall, and Judge Miller, the manager, is
in Minneapolis getting things put into
shape to work the different properties
of the big company on a largo scale.
We bave not boen able to learn what
arrangement has been made with the
stockholders, concerning whioh we
have received enquiries, but we feel
sure tbe rights of everybody will be
proteoted, and everything will be satis*
factory.
The "Union" Danoo.
A very successful dance was given by
the Miners' Union of Trout Lake ln the
Oddfellows' hall on Monday night.
There was a large crowd of dancers
present, no less than three sleigh loads
having gone down from Ferguson. The
evening was beautiful for the sleigh
drive, whioh also was an added inducement to go to the dance. A nloe tidy
sum was realized by the Union, after
paying the necessarily heavy expenses,
Japan Scores While
Russia is Preparing
The Mikado's Forces Have the Best Of the War
To Date.   Russian 5-Javy Badly Crippled.
No Assistance This Session.
A deputation from Vancouver, headed by mayor McGuigan, waited upon
the government before prorogation, regarding provincial aid for the proposed
Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon
railway. The delegates were told the
government would give them no assistance this session.
The mineral products of British Columbia ln the half century from 1852 to
the close of 1002 amounted ln value to
.180,720,538. The chief items in the
total are gold aggregating $64,(!2.,l,G31
and coal and coke with an aggregate of
(58,989,572. The largest output in any
one year- was in 1901, when the total
value reached $20,086,780.
Miss E. Pauline Johnson, assisted by
Mr. McRae, will give an entertainment
in Ferguion oo Maroh 18th.
The Japanese have dealt the Russians a crushing blow at Port Arthur,
says a dispatch. An advance squadron
of the Japanese fleet under command of
vice-admiral Togo, and comprising 16
battleships aud cruisers with a numerous torpedo fleet, left the main fleet off
Sham Tung peninsula on Sunday, the
7th inst., immediately that the news of
t'ae diplomatic rupture became known.
This information was conveyed to the
Japanese admiralty by a destroyer dispatched from Tsushima Saturday evening. The Japanese scouting cruisers
had given accurate Information ot the
precarious situation of the Russian
fleet outside Port Arthur. The squadron steamed slowly In battle formation
Sunday midday toward Its goal, and
oame within sight of Port Arthur under cover of darkness. Iteruised slowly ontside without showing lights. The
Russians were lying ln the roadstead,
apparently feeling secure from attack.
Nearly all the Japanese torpedo boats
were dispatched oh their dangerous
and daring task. They rushed full
steam on the enemy, who were completely surprised. A great rattle of
small arms greeted the invaders, who,
however, escaped unharmed, and the
Retvisan, the Czarevitch and the Pala-
da were almost Immedlately.torpedoed.
The Japanese dashed along the line of
the Russians, exposed by this time to a
terrible fire from machine guns and
small arms from both the ships and the
shore. There was the utmost consternation amo-qg tbe Russians, which
probably accounted for the Japanese
torpedo boats escaping practically unscathed and rejoining the admiral outside. The admiral's fleet during the
attack kept out of range of tbe Russian
searcblights. Line of battle was then
formed, and the Japanese fleet moved
In within a range of two and one half
miles and opened fire on the Russians.
London, Feb, 12.���Statements of all
kinds concerning tne fort Arthur fight
are published here, this morning. According to the Chefoo correspondent of
the Dally Mall, the lack of preparation
on the part of the Russian's at Port Arthur was due to the fact lhat all the naval and military officers1 Wore attending
a circus performance a'.tPort Arthur,
which did not terminate until early
Tuesday morning.
According to tbe correspondent of
the Paris edition of the New York Herald at Chefoo, tbe Japanese torpedo
boats succeeded ln entering the outer
harbor by a ruse; they used the Russian
flashlight signals.   This correspondent
The following travellers were registered at the Windsor hotel during the
week: G. M. Christie, R. H. Bryce,
Winnipeg, and. H, Byers, Nelson,
adds that three Japanese torpedo boats
were sunk, With-great loss of life.
A correspondent of the Standard at
Tokio sends in tbis morning an>n.irely
new account of the Port Arthur en-
oounter. He says admiral Togo's fleet
arrived on Monday night, and found
the Russian squadron up in battle
formation outside tbe harbor and under
the shadow of tbe forts, tbe destroyers
being spread out in front over a distance of five miles. Admiral Togo decided on a night attack, and opened
Are at 11 o'clock. While the cannonade was hottest, a number of Japanese
torpedo boats crept, along close in shore
at the foot ofi.be cliff, and succeeded
in the darkness in getting between the
Russian ships and the land. Here tbey
lay unnoticed until the Russians began
to give way beforo the Japanese fire
and sought to re-enter the harbor. The
Japauese torpedo boats then opened
fire at comparatively close range, and
sank two battleships and ono cruiser
close to the entrance of the harbor.
The effect of this coup was the retreat
of the other vessels into the harbor.
All was safe on board the Japanese
ships at noon of Tuesday, the correspondent concludes, and the engagement
was then still ln progress.
Chefoo, Feb. 13.���Outpostflghtlng.on
tne Yalu has begun, and the Russians
have captured 80 officers and men.
This is the first indication received
from the north that the land forces
were coming together.in active conflict.
It has been known for days that tbe>two
great bodies were hurrying toward
each other as quickly as they could be
moved. The Japanese army at present
gathered at Wiju and within a few
miles of that point Is said to number
80,000. Rhe Russian force, which is
being rushed across Manchuria to meet
this force, consists of 90,000 men of all
arms, including the Third artillery
brigade, with 2. gunl, while 20,000
Cossack cavalry bave been gathered
from the small stations along the Chinese railroad, which bas been left almost entirely unprotected, through the
withdrawal of troops to face the Japanese land troops.
The lighting reported today is not believed to be a conflict of total forces,
but a general skirmish engagement of
scouting bodies. The 80 Japanese captured undoubtedly comprised a recon-
nolterlng party. No details of the
fight have come in so far, but it is generally believed here that the Japanese
and Russian lines have approached
very near each other.
L
The Dominion as well as the Provincial Parliament having trouble
Over Railway Matters;
Ferguson/reduotion works making
Progress.���Funds Misappropriated by Greenwood Man.
The Victoria Colonist says editorially : The English directors of the Grand
Trunk have not fallen in with the new
conditions which the government proposes. There have beon serious and
prolonged discussions at Ottawa between the company's solicitors and the
government. It is no seorot that tho
company And It impossible to float the
scheme without a land grant. The money subsidy, of course, counts for a
good deal i but It Is not all that is required by the financiers who have been
asked to provide the funds. They demand land, and this tho Ottawa government dare not offer. Thero will be
a lively time when parliament meets,
should the truth be forced upon the
eountry that negotiations have fallen
through and a new soheme for a new
transcontinental railway will have to
be considered.
Ferguson Reduction Works,
���
Installation of machinery at the Sll*
v* Cup reduction works goes merrily
on, and this will soon all beimplace.
The big electric plant which will supply motive power and light will shortly
be ready for operation. The outdoor
werk, except the stretching of wires, is
about done.
Supplies for the works are being
rushed in while the roads are good, and
the boat is running into Trout Lake
from tbe terminus of tbe railway. The
plant will be, when ready to start, one
of the largest and most complete in the
Kootenays.
A Defalcation.
Advices from Holland state that an
entire town on the island of Java was
swallowed up by a volcanic eruption,
killing hundreds of,people,
Geo. Dougherty, lately secretary-
treasurer of the Greenwood Miners'
Union, decamped with tbo purse, says
the Nelson News. The sum supposed
to bave been takon amounted to $1,400.
It is announced that no efiort will be
made to bring the man back. He
leaves a wife and family in Greenwood.
Mr. Dougherty was one of tbe men who
took an active part in tbe settlement of
tbe Fernie strike.
New Westminster Fire.
Fire on tbe 9th Instant In the residence of Mr. D. M. Archibald, Sixth
street, New Westminster, caused damage to the extent of approximately
$200. Tho interior was partially gutted by the flames, whicbibrokeout in
the kitchen, but the greatest damage
occurred through the destruction of
furniture by smoke and water. For the
first time in many years tbe fire brigade turned out its apparatus on sleds,
because of the large amoUunt of snow
on the streets.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Daney. Mr. W. Macdonald, Mr. B. Crilly and others enjoyed yesterday's sunny afternoon by
taking a drive to the lakeside town.
The sun is having a tendency to make
men lazy this winter, by melting the
snow off the house roofs and cheating
the shovel ot its wonted labor. Lardeau Bagle
Itehod   overy   Friday st Ferguson, 11. 0
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ilrly.'days, So. No ada. accepted JU lei - man
Eeae rales.  .No room lorounch nils.
/our v/eehiy Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1!), 1904.
The Lato Session.
Thc British Columbia parliament
prorogued on the loth instant.
The session was a fairly lrn;, one,
even deducting lhe time taken lor
the recess, That the session was a
profitable one for tlie country none
will'gainsay, and the province is today in a very ;;'aod condition. The
government had a difficult problem
to lace on taking office, in the financial question. This was solved in a
way that discharged ihe requirements for the time being, whether
or not it will remain a permanent
solution. In all probability, the
government will see Uie wisdom ol
introducing amendments lo thei:
revenue act at lhe next meeting ol
the house. This bill has been roundly criticised by ihe opposition, the,
claiming that the burden of taxation
will fall too heavily on the parties
wlio are least able lo bear it. We
believe thc aet has flaws, and its
working out will prove ;i hardship
-in some cases, but something had to
be done at once to replace the credit ofthe province with the banks'on
a sound basis, and we are unable,
as in the case of the two per cent,
mineral tax, to suggest a substitutional means of raising lhe required
revenue that the country's necessities demand.
Many expected that a railway
bill would be introduced, and it
looked as if that was the intention,
but the estimates were passed and
the house adjourned without any
thing being done. That the gov
ernment realized that something must
be done along this line soon, is evidenced by their announcement that
a summer session would be held for
the primary purpose of dealing with-
railway matters. One thing about
the late session is lhe attention that
was paid to our riding by our member, the \Uni. Robt. Green, wlio
brotlghl down the wrath of the opposition on his own head by his actions in pulling for our interests.
price of wheat has declined, and the
quick road to wealth that the farmers thought they saw is non-existent.
EDITORIAL, NOTES.
That Canada was to be affected
by the Russia-Japanese war was not
anticipated ; not uiilil the Russian
government declared supplies such
as flour to be contraband of war.
Wheat had gone up to the dollar
nark, with promise of the price
,-ising still higher, and the farmers
it the Canadian west were figuring
ui planting a large acreage in
wheat.     There is no  doubt   that
ally 500,000 men will be engaged
.n the war, and the chances were
��� xcellcnt for the demand to continue
or flour at a much increased price.
>ince   the   ."b-*ve    menliqixd  an-
ouncement, however, the market
Success and large profits await
those who are prepared to become
identified with the  mining industry,
-.!J.ii ihjj operate upon careful
lines and give thc business the same
ittention they would to any other.
The mistake frequently made by
those attempting to mine, is thai
tliey expect the work and plans to
carry themselves into execution
without any further attention.
That 'policy, pursued in any other
business, would bring about a result
quite as unsatisfactory as is bound
to occur in a mining operation.
There must be careful management.
Were the producers of le.;d in
Canada lo get as high a price for
Ihe metal us the mine owners in thc
United Slates, there would be
good profit in mining silver-lead
ores in this country, and the big
low grade properties in the Slocan
and East Kootenay would not now
be lying idle. After paying the fine
that is imposed for tho presence ol
zinc, and the added duty, there is
scarcely one half the price quoted
left to the producer for his mineral.
We think were the government of
Canada to establish lead refineries
in Hritish Columbia, and place a
iiigii impCrt duty on lead products,
tliey could buy all the lead produced
in lhe country, giving the producers
as much as is given over the international boundary, and still have a
fair margin of profit. Again, we
think it would be ot advantage to
the Dominion ol.Canada to give the
best of encouragement and a substantial bonus to have manufacturing works established in this country, and promote tbe growth of the
lead mining industry. We have a
bonus now on lead mined in this
province, but its benefits are not
far-reaching enough.
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'��� ��� ���*������"* patronizii Illm.   Hi'
linsnotniiyrii-nitnnmo looso lnbels.   I-*���*"*
labelslnrotairatorosarocoinilerioits.  Do not
Isteuto any explanation aa to why   lie  ��}'
n�� no label, Tbo Honulno Onion Labol la
orforate.l on tlie four edges oxaotly tbe same
s ,1 postoBO slump.   Connti'rioltj nr.1s.0mi'-
mos perloratod 00 three of Hie edges, nnd
joinoUmi 1 only on two.  Koepasbarplookout
or tbo counterfeits,  Unprincipled nmmifiu'*
nrors are using them in order 10 get ml of
ncl'i- Bonb-mado hats.   The John 11. Stetson
u. oi Philadelphia, Pa., is non-union eoneern,
JOHN A. MOl-TITT,President,
Orange, N.J.
JOHN PIHLMPB, Secretory,
11 Wnveriy Placo, Boom 15, Now YorH city.
mm
IRESlliE SC
MR. HARPER, ono of thc I. C. S.
Representative.. ;>f or this district, will
be ia Fct'C-usoii in a few days. Auy-
body wigiiiuV-r nn in tor view ro any of
tho following courses,' will find hirajnt
Uie Ferguson Hotel:
Mechanical Engineer.
Machlnd Doslglio*.
Mechanical Draftsman.
Machlnia'
1 To
nakor.
KIci
1 Patterhmakor,
Foreman blacksmith.
Foremari'MoIddi*:
Gaa Engineer.
Bofrlgoration Englrioor.
Traction Engineer.
Kit' irlcal Engineer.
���jWnchlne Dosigae]
rltlian. *
rlc-Lightlng Supt.
_5.cctrhi-Rtul.Vfty Bnpt.
'1 il i] lioni Engineer.
Telegfai h Knginccr.
Wii'-i.uti;.
Dynamo Tonder,
Motorman.
htoatn Knglnoer,
ISnglna Runner.
MnrhH'KiicliH'cr.
< ivll Enainoer.
1-fyilriitUnlKngtnodr.
Munlclnal Euglneor.
it) i'Ji"- Englnoer.
ltiiiiiMiiti Engineer.
Bui'veyor*
Mining Kngluoer,
Mino mirvoyor.
Mum Foreman.
Cottou-Mill'Sunt.
\VoQl!��n-Jlill8upt,
Textile DeBlgnor.
Arohlteot.
Contractor and Buliflflr.
Architectural Draftsman.
Hign E'nintcr.
HhpwCard Wrltei.
Oh'emlst.
Sheot-JIetal Draftsman.
Ornflntcntnl Designer.
Porflpoctlvo Draltsuian.
Navigator.
Uookkoeper.
KronngrAhur.
Teacher.
A.i Writer. ��� '
Coinmcrclnl Law.
LANGUAGES
Taught wit-U,Plion*6graph.
Fronoh.       Gorman,       Spanish.
Start now on (lie road to success ovor
which (100,000 -students have travelled
and are travelling, Whatjit has -done
for others it will do for you.
.S..H. KRUGEB, Rep,,
Box 416, Nelson.
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UNION LABKIi of
tho Unileil lliiltt*r.��
of North Amoriolf.
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in- a FOB HAT,
53] cither polt or stiff,
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genuine UNI o:
Label is sowed In 11
If   a   retailer   hat
Drugs am Stationery
w��d'y*.
Proscriptions Carefully nnd
i.Aocara'.ol** compounded,..
A.   F.  RANKINE
P, O. BLOCK, FERGUSON, B.C.
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High Class
FURNITURE
Our stook is new and very
complete and we sell on a
narrow uiaVgia'." An ortlol*
would be appreciated.
We do anything in line ol
Picture Framing.
JOHN E. WOOD,
llliVKl.S'i'OKE, U. C.
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\] We make a specialty ol
Jf ��� BOOTS mill SHOES
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SLATER     .
)   Boots lor men.   Prices same ns
i       Winnipeg and Vancouver.
|     C. 15. HIM1. & CO., Ltd.,
..- Genoral Herohttntii,,
!( TROUT LAKE, 11. t:.   ��
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Tonsorial
Parlors..
MAIN STREET,
FERGUSON, B. C.
���j- Shaving.      Shampooinir,
^        Hairdressing,      Singeing.
�� Dyeing,     Bathe, hot and
cold water.
I have the bent Appointad .hop In lho
LurilcMi.   Opon from S a. m. to S p. in.
$ if
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LFergason and Trout Lake.       fr
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. Ferguson, the Pay-Roll Centre
of the Rich Lardeau.
FERGUSON
-IS THE-
HUB
:    OF THE .DISTRICT   .-
SOUTH o( Ferguson lie the
pheiiomiiiKlly rich
FREE MILLING GOLD
camps   of  Poplar   and
Rapid creeks, and
NORTH of Ferguson lies Fish
creek, where free mill-
gold ore abounds.
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
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For Further Information* Apply to
HENRY FLOYD,
General Agent,
���Revelstoke* B. C.
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Is Our
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Watch
Inspector
For The
C.P.R.
I Handle
Oniy The
Hest Quality
Of Goods.
Send Orders To"
J. Gruy Barber, |
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
FOR
Jewelry, Silver j
Note the Address
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
$���$$$$$$
JOB  PRINT!
Is our business.   We have the facilities and Ingenuity necessary to execute artistic work.
���ANYTHING IN OUR LINE TURNED OUT PROMPTLY���	
Legal,  Survey and  Mineral Claim  Blanks always in stock.
The EAGLE,
FERGUSON.  B.  C. COMPANIES ACT, 1307.
Certificate bf Incorporation.
T HEREBY CERTIFY, tlmt "The (Jrcftl
Northern Mines, LI wit ted." ha* fliis dtiv boen
Incorporated under thc " OqrapanloB Act", 1S97."
as a Limited Compniiy, with n capital of one
million live hundred thouaand dollars,divided
Into ont' million live hundred thousand sliarc.3
of one dollar (111 each.
The time Of the Existence of the Company Is
fifty yo-ars*.
Given under my band and Bealofofflctfat Vie-
toria, I'rovince of British Colurablftj this 7ili
day of November, one thouaftUd nine hundred
and tliree.
pj.S.] B. Y. WOO J TON.
Reglstrarof Joint Stooa Companies.
The following mo tlie objeots fur whicli the
Comimiiy bus boon incoriiorated :���
1. To purchase tiie propoatj' ot "The Ophir
Lade Mining-.-ymlifttle, l.lmUutl ;'*niul to pui-
oSaso the following mineral claims, vlis.-, the
���'Jlrathoona," "Triuno Kraetion." ���' Luoky
Jack,"" Lucky Throe," " Utile I'hil." "fcueky
.la.-k KiMi-ti'Hi,""iJti!.lsi;iiih," and '���Gold Hill,"
all situated In tlio Trout Lake Mining Dlvldloti
of West.Kootenay District) and alio to pur-
ohaae, lcaap, boiid-, looato or otUwwlso ftoqulro
itilv miiM-i-ni claims, mlnofal lands, minos, pro*
p-ti'iion and any roal ostato in tho Province nf
!!riii-h Columbia or olsowhoro. and tQ pay tor
tliu sumo either in money or in fully paid-up
sharos of (lie Company; or partly in money and
partly In sucli Bhares, and to soil, lease or otherwise dispose nf tliu miiie or any of them or any
interest therein :
2. To dig for, ralso, crush, wash, smelt, assay
analyse, reduce, auialgamato and othgryvlst
treat gold, silver, eoppoK. lead ores or deposits
uml Dtiier minerals and metallic subs tan*
ftfldcoinboundBof nil kinds, whether bolo
iiig to t tit* Company or not, and to render i
tamo merchantablOi and (o buy, sell ami deal
iu, tlu) same, oi anv of them :
fi. To carry on tho business of a mining
Smelting, milling and refining company in ail
or any of Its -branches:
4. To acquire by purohaso, lease, hire, e.\
chango ofotUbn^Isesueh tf m ber lands or lease."
timber claims, licenses tocut limber, surface
rights and rights oi way, \mtoj rights and privileges, milts, factories, furnaces for smelting
and treating ores and refining metals, build-
lllgu, maebhieiy, jdani, or otherwise roal or
porsonal property as may-bo necessary for or
conducive lo the proper carrying out of anyof
thoobjectsoi llieCniipMiiy :
it. Tq construct, maintain, alter, make, work
audoperato ontho property of the Company
* *>->++0->+
Smith d? Co.
45 Bleary St,
* Montreal
Will bo  ro-jit-csc-Hted In 9
Ferguson ��� three or four
days each month. Any
orders- for clothing will
receive closo attention
untl wo
GUARANTEE  A
Time Table.
S. S. ABCHER OB S.S. LARDEAU.
FIT.
Our po press otative
S. A. Scott is a
practical tailor aud
will mako clotlics
fie. Hold your
orders for him.
any canals, tral
s,r<
ids, ways, tramways, brid.
gos nnd rcseryo
-ml
LUitti H'iiiu'h, raeeaiidotlier
we,V'-, .vatetcdu
si't,i
en;���- ilnels, wells, wharvfis,
mm, EnMacei
v -nil-',   rmshing   workS,
siuellhiL' ��voi.. ���
con
lie works, otei i
tc tt
��� i (fl .'ii i nppiiancos, waro-
taonsMi buJldln
tchiuqry, I'bint, Btorcs-raud
othor works am
cnn
v-cm erteeswiilch mavseem
conducive lo ai
jiii
lhe ubjei ts of the Compa-
ny. and with l!
i< i
usi   I of Mu; shareholders
In goner*] pum
1 ��� 1L',
to I'l.nti'iinitc to.subsidlse,
orotnerwise al
ations, though
;'������ li <; and maintained by
any otliei i om
pr porsouB outside of the
property ol tti
!    Ol
taptfrfy,  and to buv. sell,
manufacture e
!-| d
tal in all kinds of goods.
Btorej, Iraplon
mts
[provisions, chattels and
offeeim requlroi
by
the Company or it* work-
men ami sorvauts'i
0, To t.ike, a-
iiiire, own and hold as the con-
sldernlioii lur
ires,
otherwise dfspi
end
if, ur for goods supplied or
for work dune
V CI
itrtict or dthc-rwlso, shares
debentures, b<
ids
ir other securities of or in
any othor eon
��anj
, tho objects (ifwbieh ar.
Htill Hill' to tU-03
-1 i
ii : omoauy,and losollor
Halcyon Hot Spring:;
Sanitarium   .   .   I
ARROW CAKES, B.C.
flitnatad-smidstrseenpry unrivalled for
grandeur.   The most comploto health
resort on the continent of North America.
Its baths cure all Nervous and Mus-
Hilar diseases. Its waters heal all
Kidney, Llverand Stomach allnionts,
They arc u never falling remedy for
nil ino tall] q poisons j commetely purifying tho syslem.
'J.'iSR5rS-Jlfl to *1S nor week, accord-.
Ingtg residence in Mold or Villas.
Running between Arrowhead, Beaton and Comaplix, commencing; October 1-itb, lOM will sail as follows,
weather permitting.'
Leaving Arrowhead Tor Beaton and
Comaplix, twit 0 daily���10k and 5k.
Leaving. Beaton and Comaplix for
Arrowhoad. t-vlce daily��� 7:lfjlc and
I_i;-l*ik. Making close oonneotlona
with ull C. P. U. Summers ami train.'..
Tho owner.1* roaot'vo tho right to
change times of sailings without,
notico.
Th3 Fred RoUnson Lumber Uo.Ltd
THE  NEW AND ONLY
profits, ii
any ollie
abou to
���similar i
isodtoci
8, To j.
dertuke.
ports, in
and Jfnh
iii^ mi ai
ny Bpe
eli ;m.  i'
miont for sharlmr
co-operation with
r, carrying on, or
i$s or transaction
mnany is mithor-
ADflUNIST-RATOJl'S  NOTICE.
In tho inattor of _-\lli_n ���t'.il.l.u', deceased,
Froe Miner.
NOTICE is hereby given ; all persons haying
claims against AM.an CAUDSU. lato of Ferguson, B.C.; Free .Miner, deceased, aro request'
ed In send the same, duly verified, to ihu nn*
dersi-L'ned on or before tho 1st duy of Ueeomher
A.D. 1003 ; and till persons indebted to the said
deceased iiro requested to r-t.iit NionujiHiui. of
said indebtedness loll ndcrslgned forthwith
Dated at Kevelstoke thisBQth dayof October.
AJ).lftB.
FRED FRASER,
Gold Uoiiimissioiiur,
Bev��i��ua_o. B.C.
OFTHIS DISTRICT
iniiii.se or otherwise acquire and dull or any oJ tiio assets, himindss, pror
ivilegi ������, contract-i, rights, obligation^
Ifti"- of anv person or company earrv-
iij.a
li'
authorised in carry on
suitable for the pitrjiO:
9, Tu borrow or rais
of tho Company, bill s
rowed or raised nhali i
of a general meeting
one-quarter of iiu- am
tul for the li  befn
���securing such money
other purpose, lomhrl
taking or all or any pi
Company, present or
create, i.-isiie, make, 'll
perpetual or t'cileom
bentui
.itl
ethiii   is
ised of proporty
nl:
r lhe purpose
��� that the amount so bor*
nt, fffihonl the sanction
ni' tin1 Uompauy, exceed
-nnt .fi' fho imid'tlpcapi-
���. and for tiit*' purpoto of
and tntcn -it., or fur any
;ageorchurge Hie undor*
rl nf tho proporty of tht1
after acquired, and to
nv.aecopt and negotiate
i hie doyenBi'./ns ��r de*
noies, bills of ex-
tills of lading, ivcrraids. o!di(.iiiiiuin
- negptlablo and transferable iustru-
Clllll
and i
men l
10. To distribute any of the proporty of the
Company Himnifi tho membcr_Jin Bp-aeie :
11. To sell, Improve, manage, develop, exchange, loase; mort-srago dla- qsq of, turn to account; or otlirffwiso Real with the und or taking,
or the wholo or any partof the prqporty and
rights cf tbe Company, with power lo acconl as
tliu consideration anv ���'bare.-', stories; or o'bliga*
tioiiH cf any -company tho objools of which aro
rostrleled as aforesaid or othorivls i:
12. '1 odn all fiueli other llnii'^,^ nre Incidental or e'ond'ieive io thu attainment oi ihe foregoing objects.
Doe. is.
Cpi'tlllcale ot; Jmnrove-nijiito.
NOTici:.
Cold mil and Goldsmith Minora] I'lnlms, situate in the 'I'rout Lake Mining Olvislon of West
Kootonay District.
Where located���(Hi P.iphir Crcok about one
mile from the railway.
Take tjotice Uniti Rabort UodgeEaotingaa
ageni^for H*. h. pool, Froo Minors Certificate
No. n. 71717, Intend, nlxly daysfroin tho dato
herein", o-. upplv to- lho Mining Recorder for
CerlHh'rtle''*. of Impnueinciils for OlQpUi'pbso
of obtaining crown Orauts of tho a-Boveulwras.
And further take notice that action, under
section .J7, mdst becommonoflfl before tbo ijsu-
fttico of snell Certificates ot Improve m mts.
Dated this6th day of.limitary,'.4.0. 1904.   ���
i;OJ!T. IIODQE,
Notlou t'i Delinquent Oo-Ownoi'S.
To '/.. Gordon Ooldborg or h, Goldberg, or, to
any porsort or porsons to whom ; >ey may
have transferred thoir Interests In the I.iitie
Robert and I.ii-in Roborl No/J mineral claiins
situate ni tbe hoadottho north for!; oMjir-
iloau oreek, aud iidjoiniiig tlie block Warrior
group on ibe southeast. In lho Trout Lako
Mining Division < (IVesI Kootonay District.
Vou are Uptoby notldod unit i li^voexpended
two hundred and live dollars and twenty-live
eeuts (|200,2fl), in labor and Improvements on
tlie above mentioned mineral claims for th
current year, in order in hold tfatd minora
claims under tho provisions of tho minora
Act. and ii' wilh in ninety days from the date of
this notice you fail or rofuioto contribute your
proportion of such expenditures, togethor with
all cost ol advertising, your interest In said
claim:! will become the proporty oi tho subscriber, under imotion A of an Act entitled An Act
toAmond tho Mineral Aot, 1MQ.
Dated at Fofgusoii this iath day of February.
1001
May 19. JOSEPH C. KIRK PATRICK,
There is only one best mining journal.
That is
Mines and Minerals,
tt has a larger circulation than any two other
American mining journals because it is the
best. It Is tho largest, best illustrated and
handsomest mining journal In tho world. It
1s ����� mining paper for mining men. Subscription price 12.00 per year. Send for free sample
copy. Address MINES AND MINERALS, Scran
ton.PA.,U.S. A. Denver offlcSS, Bartlt Bldg.,
DlDTOr, Colorado.
Cortiiloate of Improvements*
NOTICIC,
GoldseokerFractional .MineralClaim,:situate
in the Trout !,a!:e .Mining Division of West
Kootenay Distriot.
''neroiochten-OnSIlver'Ctff)IT-JI.
..tltoXotieo* that l, Goo.s. MeCarter, Agent
tor Alfred O. Kirby. Free .Miner's i crlllleate
No. li. ��7(i__5, Intend, sixty iln'ya fmm the dato
hureof. to apply to tho .'lining Recorder for
atVrlifjeiiieof Improvements, forthe p
ofobtttlninga Ormvn Grant ol th.
" nd further take nuticj ih
tion 87, must becommi he
���ancoofsu-vh i.'ej'ii;lej;."'<i:' Itr.i
Hated ti.isl_.tii davcf Noyoi
(; El
nbi
claim,
under
Includlnif tho Fish Creek camp
and I'ppcr Diinc/.n River section, com-
piled by A. P. Cummins, P. L. 8., and S
Shannon, it. -4.. is now on cule at this
olilce. Tiio lundy sale of tho map Is
proving all v. have said for it. Tlie
!'r-9UtJ,akodivision Is lithogrnphcd mi
black, tho Lnr lean in red,nnd the Ainsworth in blue. Kven n tenderfoot could
tako a copv of this map and find tuy
claim reeordi d in tho iiiree divisions.
The moniitaiuSi tnkes, oreoks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
ii ml the location and name (by a unique
index) uf overy mineral chum in thu
distriot IsBho.vn.
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   h
Person  This .'lap  Tubes firs! Place.
In
ct
ercry ge
phical
gives mil
Belts nm
certainly
Thc    Best
ever oli*
.red in luo map llnecu a mining
Ctiinn. It Is the first fcoii!plote map of
tho district ii ml Is selling *> ell. K lsfu��t
what vou are looking for. WIS ALSO
HAVE A FEW MAI'S MOtfXTED ON
MNKN, WITH A HOOD cnVKK, Foil
Tf: WKIiLKKH f)H PftrNPKCTOHS,
iVHK II BKLt A'l tlJBIt. THESE AUK
THE HEST VALUE, AK J'HEV W'lhU
J.A.ST FOB YEA KM,
Covtiflkmte of riuprovementa.
NOTIO-H.
ttoodenough, Qoodcnouglj No. 1,Goodenough
No. 'I
Where located���at lhe head nf tho North
Fori; of Lardeau ('reel:, Trout Lako .Minim. Division ot West Kootonay Distriot.
Tako notice Unit f, Wm. E, Dovoreux, acting
as agent for J. J. Ross, Esq., F. M. C, Nu. II.
57403- intend, fi.-_iy.fi,ivs from the date Hereof,
to apply io tlieftftniug ftcoordcrforOeniflcatos
of Improvements for tho purpose of obtaining
crown grants of tho abovo claima,
And further tflke notice shut action, under
section 87, must bo commenced before tho Issuance of suoh Certificates of Improvements,
DnlcdtiiM-JUi October. 1803.
WM, Ei DEVE-REDX,
P.L.8.
Address your o
enclosure of -a one d<
cheques, orders, etc.j to
���der, with an
Mar bill, tno
CASH BOUSE WISHERS
|        WE CARRY CARPETS, ���
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND t!
CHINA MATTING. I
t      IRON BEDS n Specialty '    *���
t $5 nnd up. *.\
t .1
444444444444444 44,,4 444>��>4>*4:
Goods- can be furnished lo ;iny part ol Lardeau on very shoi* notice
as the service i.-; such that delivery can be made in one day from Nelson.
No Charge for packing   t. ........ ......... t*-4-4*4 ��i ���������*> ��-t*<")->��
.,,'...........,. .......+..... 4 4-.
4 4
1 Funeral Directors and   .
. Embaimers. I
i  [Qraduate of Myor's College of Embalming]     *
of iho ehvim locations
Iglhle Idea of tho mineral
through the ������ ninp, It is
Worth    Fcr    One   Dollar
THK LARDEAU EAGLE;
Ferguson, B.C.
Mining pompttnles orothors ordorins-
lots of '20 of more, maps will bo supplied at "'0 cents each.
^^mems^ssiz^:.' -vex mmmms����&B&tt<J!mmsgmmaums��il
Bubsoribe Mow
And You Wiii Get The
n
QPnOQll rMfP-Q
djIUtfdilJ il#lu
And The . .
ffi
lotppo1 ^pop rpp,
iHiIta|jyg Iluu Ilm
With The Latest War News,
W   *K3F
The Lardeau Eagle will give you the latest reliable information on Mining and Lumbering.
The Winnipeg Free Press is one of Western
Canada's greatest family newspapers.
Can attend caso at Ferguson at ten
6  hours notice if advii-ed by wire. <���
. -.
*��������������>*>�����������-.���>���������*..�� a-4-4 4-4-f4-44-4 4
Jo  Robertson & Co-
nelson, B. C.
Eiillli Ml
HEAD OFFICE*
Capital  Aiitliori/.i.d, 84,000,000
Ciipital (paid up)    -    2,(ISH,20tl ,,
Rest ...... 2,oso,oou loronto, Ontario-
Drttncbes in lhe Northwest Territories. Provinces of British Columbia,  Manitoba, Ontario aad Quebec.
T. B. MERBITT, Pcosidont, IJ. B. WILKTE, Vico-Prea. and (.'*-   Man.
K. HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager. W. MOFFAT, ChieJ . :.*.,- scior.
Ffrgf.-j.n,   B.   C.   liruncli���A   General   Banking   Business   Trmisnctsd.
Savinfffl Department���Deposits received aad interest allowed.
Drafts Sold nviiilnblo in .-ill j.nris ot Canada,
I'llilL'il StJlCS llll'i l-llll-cj"'.
Knoolal  attention (Ivon lo collet-lions ami "��� MACDONALD
.Ilnliifj Bonds. MunatsJr
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The
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Are You
A Union!
Union Cigar Factory]
.   Ai'nn ,|
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ii
Manufactures only Union i^oods, and besides, tliey aro the best on tbe iiuarket.
Tbey are made Of the best Havantitobaeeo,
and tiieir excellence is undisputed. Ins I: I
on l.clti.i;.
"OUR SPECIAL" & "Till-: UNION '
IH.'A. BROWN,     -     Proprietor j
j Union Cigar Factory, HEVEISTOKB, B.C.
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Vi'e try to give satisfac-
tion to our   ��mests.
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f|    Laughton Bros.
-ii I'roprlt tors.
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Ho Soap, Borax, Soda or Ammonia is needed with     m
m
With littlo water fend less eiioYr, you can clean     m Local and General.
J. Marat hgs gone to San Francisco,
California, to spend the balance of the
winter.
A. P. Garrett, of the Oyster-Criterion
mine at Camborne, spent a few days in
town thia week.
Service will be held in the Eagle
block downstairs Sunday next at 8 p.m.
by Rev. A. K. Sharp.
A collision occurred on the C. P, R.
near Arnprlor, Ont., on Feb. 9th, when
tl porsons wore killed.
W. Macdonald, manager of tho Imperial bank, paid a visit to the Trout
Lake branch on Tuesday.
E. J. Balfour and P. Kelly, compress
or men at the "Cap" mine, left tho
camp Tuesday to visit outside points.
* The citi.ens of Macleod are malting
an effort to have the Crows Nest line
extended to tbeir town in the spring
On a division In the British House of
Commons on an amendment to the address, the government was sustained by
a majority of 86.
There is a fuel famine in Edmonton,
caused by the teamsters striking be-
cause of a proposed reduction In the
price for hauling.
Thomas Russell was down from the
Nettie-L., Monday. He and his family
are spending the winter in their house
at the May Bee mine.   ��� I-
The carnival at Trout Lake on Saturday night attracted quite a large number of Ferguson people, most ol whom
were attired in carnival costume.
E. A. Haggen, manager of the Kootenay Mall, has organized a company at
Vernon, B. C, which company will establish a newspaper at that place.
Large quantities of salt aro being
hauled by S. Daney for the Sliver Cup
Mines, Limited, for use at their ���reduction works that are nearing completion.
J. C. Kifkpatriek's new residence opposite the Eagle block Is about ready
for occupancy. Building in winter has
been found a slow operation with tbe
snow deep.
Frank X. Gautbier, who resides
above Five Mile, was in town Tuesday
purchasing supplies. He appreciates
the splendid winter weatheo, but thinks
we bave plenty of snow.
Tbe rich copper district near tbe
head waters of thc St. Mary's river ts
likely to get a railroad this year. Tbis
district will one day rival Butte, Mont.
ana, in copper production.
Revival services have been held
nightly during tbe week at Trout Lake
in the Methodist Church. Rev. Mr.
Sharp has a revivalist fromithe outside
assisting him with the meetings.
Mrs. Newcombe, Dr. Newcombe's
mother, returned to Vancouver this
week-, going out on Thursday morning's
stage. Mrs. Newcombe has spent sev.
ernl months visiting In Ferguson.
When our reporter asked Joe Kirk*
Patrick concerning the Union Jack on
Saturday last, he was Informed that
richer ore Is being dug through, and
the property Is 0. K., though low
grade.
The ladles' quadrille club of Fergus,
on has commenced preparations for a
necktlo ball and supper, to be given in
Alexander ball on the night of March
17th. Particulars will be given later
In these columns.
News comes (rom Rossland of the
death ot George G. Day, a pioneer prospector and mining man of the Lardeau
and Kootenay. Tbe late Mr. Day was
In Ferguson for c. short time at Xmas,
and attended the banquet given in hon-
or of W.B. Pool by the citizens of Ferguson.
Preparations are being made on a
large scale by the owners of placer
claims on Perry Creek and Wild Horse,
East Kootenay, to work their properties with .large forces during the approaching mining season. Those two
preeks bave yielded many millions of
placer gold Since tbeir discovery ln
1864. Over (25,000,000 were taken from
Wild Horse creek alone.
The introduction of machinery at a
mine presupposes the certainty of
abundance of work to be done tn tbe
mine, as well as suitability of the machinery for the work, and proper Installation. Without these pre-requls-
ltes, machinery cannot be profitable.
While special machines are found In
all branches of mining, hoisting and
haulage are pre-eminently the mechanical departments.���Engineering and
(lining Journal.
Old papers for sale, 25 cents per hundred, at Eagle office.
It pays to use the telephone. A trip
can often be saved to Trout Lake, Bea
too, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
the phone. Office in Cummins & Co.'s
store.
D. J. Robertson and Co. of Nelson,
have one of the largest and best select-
stocks of furniture in the Koo.enay's.
Just sample their prices.
* Smokers: If you want the genuine "Union" and "Our Speoial"
cigar see that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped In gilt letters on every box.
H. A. Brown, Revelstoke, B. C.
When you go to Revelstoke, just go
to the Canada Drug & Book Co. for
Choice of Thousands of the prettiest of
Xmas Cards, and also British Columbia
View Books, only 75c. eaoh, showing
beautiful mountain scenery.
PROPERTY FOR SALE-Lot No.
10, in block 55, on Main street, next to
Ferguson hotel, and lots 6 and 7, in
block 1, also on Main street near post
office. These are very desirable lots
and can be purchased cheaply. Apply
to E. G. Woodward, Eagle oflice.
Looms TTHh �� Fa-fsttuk.
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA.
NOTIOB TOOUSTOMERS.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
FERGUSON BRANCH of the Imperial Bank of Canada will he Closed on
Saturday, the 27th day of February,
190*1, and that all money on doposit at
tbat Branch will, after 12 o'clock noon
of that day, be Transferred to the
TROUT LAKE Branch of the Bank.
Ferguson, B.C., Feb. 18th, 1904.
W. MACDONALD,
Manager.
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LADIES'
QUADRILLE
CLUB
07 FERGUSON, B.C.
Holds regular dances every 2nd and 4th Thursday
nf each month, ln Alexander hall. Excellent muslo
and good floor manage-
ment provided.
Tickets may be obtained
from any of the committee
as follow, i:
Mra. A. C. CUMMINS
Miss K. EDWARDS
Miss P. THOMPSON
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PROFESSIONAL \
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CARDS
OB. N. WILKIE,
��� P. L. S.
Provincial
Land
Surveyor
Ferguson and Trout Lake.
Surveys mado and Crown Grants
Obtained.
Oflice:     ���      ���     Trout Lake.
pj# EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST,
Revelstoke,
B. C.
WILLIAM A. BAUER,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
The Kootenay
Steam Laundry
NELSON
B.C.
Does All Kinds Of Work In
Way Of
Washing,
Ironing,
Either Machine or Hand Work.
We Guarantee Our Work
To Be First-Class
Any complaints may be lodged
with our Agent,
F. T. ABEY,
Trout Ukt.
Surveys ol Mines, Mineral Claim; and
Crown Lands. Crown Giant; Obtained and Assessments Managed
for Absentees.
Offices: Camborne and Vanoouver
WM. E. DEVEREUX,
P.  L.  8.,
CIVIL and
MINING
ENGINEER.
nm**-,.     -     -     -     -     Beaton, B.C
TJOBERT HODGE,
BABRI9TER, ETC.
Bollcltor lor
The Imperial bank
Of Canada
The Great Northern Mines,
Limited.
HABVEY, MCCARTER 4 PINKHAM,
Barristers, Soliclters- etc.
���*���_���... ��� ������ ���     	
Offices: Retelstokolijolden,and Fergu-
���  tmi. 8olleltora lor Imperial Bank
ofcanada
Geo. 8. MoCartor. J. A. Haivsy.
A. M. Pinkham.
���HIRED C. ELLIOTT,
Barrister, Notary Public etc.
January and February
Are Bargain Months
At Our Store.   Come And Be One Of
The Happy Buyers.
OUR WINTER STOCK
OF DRY GOODS
Is Well Chosen, And Our Clerks In This
Department Will Be Pound Most Obliging.
Fresh Groceries Arriving Weekly.
McKinnon and Sutherland
LIVBRY AND CARTAGE.
ALEX. CRAWFORD, Propr.
Has Stables at Ferguson, Trout Lake and Beaton,
Where he keeps light and heavy vehicles, single and
double drivers, saddle and pack horses for hire.
Also proprietor of the stage route running between
the above points, making three trips weekly.
���rt SATISFACTION OUARANTEED =
^I^TOWWWIfWVKT!'!
THE   KING'S HOTEL
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TROCT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
FERGUSOljI,  p.  C.
A
Th. B.C. ASSAYS CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. "tj-.
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
Headquarters for Assayer*, Mining
A Mill Supplies. Sole agents ln IT.
C. for Morgan Crucible Co., Batterses,
England; F. W. Braun _i Co.'s Patent
Caty Furnaces, Burners, etc.; Wm. Alnsworth A Co.'s Fine HalauceB: etc., etc.
Send Your
B. M. Allum.
Mall Order Business Receives
Prompt Attention.
Xmas Novelties and Jewelry In
Great Variety.
NOTE THB ADDRESS:
REVELSTOKE, B.C
Well lighted and heated by hot
air furnace. Tables supplied
with the best the market affords.
Rates $1.50 Per Day
w
JAS. CUMMINGS,  Prop.. Ferguson, B.   C.
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up atthe-Queens.Good accommodation
.. Best ot service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
Packing and Fergu7ndPackin*?
I^reislb-tiing Transfer Outfit.
Contracts entered Into Ior packing of Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point In the district.
pood, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed satisfactory.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.    S. Daney, Prop.
Pergu$on Hotel
McDONELL & BLACK,
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B. C,
...

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