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VOL. III. NO. 17.
FERGUSON. BRITISH COLUMBIA, JUNE 6, 1902.
.00 A YEAR.
"IT
A Large Crowd Entertained Last
(Thursday) Evening.
Both the Dance and Entertainment
Very Suooeseful in Every
Respect.
THE BOER WAR HAS
BEEN DECLARED OFF
A most oujoyable "At Home" was
hold on Thursday evening under the
nusplcos of tbe ladles'auxiliary to the
hospital committee The number of
persons present was just right for the
accommodation afforded.
The first part of tho evening's entertainment consisted of a rendering of
the following short but well selected
programme:
Instrumental Miss Edwards
Song Mr. Ryan
Reading Mr. Shannon
Song Mrs. Foran
Song Mrs. Shannon
Song Mr. Ryan
At this stago Mr- Shannon vacated
the chair and the responsibility of the
concluding part of the entertainment
was entrusted to Mr. J. Smith, who
cleared a sufficient space and dancing
was commenced at 10. p.m., continuing
till 1:30.
By no means the least pleasing
featuro of the evening was tho excellent hot coffee and sandwiches al tho
table presided over by Mrs. Knowlton
and Mrs. Ford. Ice cream was served
in anothor corner by Miss Hanson aud
Miss Hlmsley, lemonado was served
by Mrs. Edson and Miss McCallum was
Gypsy Queennnd told fortunes while
Miss Batho presided at tho bouquet
tabic.
Altogether a most enjoyable timo
was spent and the ladies aro to bo
congratulated on tho success of their
social evening. It is hoped that they
will see thoir way clear to give anothor
ontertalnment of a like nature at no
very distant date.
London June 2.���Peaoo has been
declared after nearly two years and
eight months oi a war that has tried
tho British nation to its uttermost, and
whieh wiped out tho Bosrs from the
list of nations.
The war has como to an end with
Lord Kitchener's announcement from
Pretoria that Lord Mllnor and tho
Boer delegates had signed terms of
surrender. This announcement has
been anticipated for somo days and it
was definitely forecasted in the despatch, but Its receipt Sunday afternoon took tho nation by surprise, as
everyone had confidently believed that
tho house of commons would hear the
first news today.
The edges of the anticipation with
which Great Britain awaited the prom*
ised statement, in the house of com*
mons from Mr. Balfour, the govern*
ment leader, was still further dulled
by the following message from King
Edward to bis people, wblch was issued
utter midnight:
"The king has received the welcome
news of the cessation of hostilities In
South Africa with Infinite satisfaction,
and his majesty trusts that peace may
speedily be followed by the restoration
Of prosperity In his new domains, and
that tho feelings necessarily engendered in war will give place to earnest
co-operation on the part of his majesty's
South African subjects in promoting
the welfare of their common country-"
How greatly King Edward's insistence that peace in South Africa be
secured prior to the coronation, influenced the present agreement, will
probably never be known until bis
private memoirs of the present regime
are given to the public.
According to a dispatch to tho Daily
Express from Utrecht, Holland, Mr
Kruger was informed that peace had
been declared shortly after II o'clock
last ni8ht. Mr. Kruger had boen
asleep. "My God," be said, "It is
impossible."
Mr, Krugor and his eutourage, the
dispatch stated, hope to be permitted
to return to the Transvaal. This, how-
over, Is quite unlikely,
The Newa In Londou,
London, Juue 1.*���An official cablegram from Lord Kitchener dated
Pretoria, Saturday, May 31, at 11:15
p.m., says:
"A document containing terms of
surrender was signed here this ovoning
at 10:30 o'clock by all the Boer representatives, us well as by Lord Milner,
the British high commissioner in
South Africa, and myself."
The news of peace in South Africa
contained In tho foregoing  dispatch
from Lord Kitchener was not expected
In London today. Soon aftor the
receipt of tho news however it was
spread to tbe clubs and hotels and was
received with much enthusiasm. The
church bells were rung to acclaim the
good news.
A crowd gathered at the Mansion
House, and the lord mayor of London,
Sir Joseph C. Dimsdale, announced
from a balcony that terms of surrender
had been signed in South Africa.
Lord Kitchener's definite announcement of peace was received at the war
office at 1 o'clock this afternoon, and
was communicated to King Edward
and all tho members of tho cabinet
bofore it was given ont to tho public.
Tonight the Sunday evening calm was
broken by enthusiastic singing, shouting and horn blowing. Tho hotels,
clubs, public houses and Btreuts were
not the only places where tho people
were actively demonstrating thoir joy.
Tho pence news was announced in tbo
churches today and by some congregations it was received with applause.
In all the churches of London prayers
of thanksgiving were offered and
special hymns were sung.
Minto Ucta Word.
Ottawa, June 1.���Lord Minto received a cablegram from Lord Kitchener
from Pretoria tonight stating that
peace had beon signed. ��� Calgary
Herald.
There Has Been a Shady Gain in
New York and London.
MINES RESUME FULL WORK
The    Artificial   Nature    of    thn
Market Recently is Clearly
Seen.
Work sturtcil on Triune.
Tbo management of the Triune have
bad men at work for some days putting tho trail to the mine in condition
to enable a pack train to get through
with supplies and they v.-ere also putting tho cabins in repair to accommodate the men to be employed at the
mine. Tho trail was found pretty
clear of snow but considerable work
had to bo performed iu cutting out fallen trees. Pack animals cau now be
taken through to the cabins and on
Thursday Mr. S. Danoy's pack train
made a trip with the first lot of sup.
plies. On the same day (Thursday)
a forco of 14 men left town to begin
operations at tho mino.
It iu tho purpose of tho management
to prosocuto work most vigorously and
all the men will be put to ivork that
tho available room will accommodate.
Contract on Coraatock.
Tho Comstock Co., of Clovoland, O.,
has Instructed ��� its local manager, S.
Shannon, to proceed at onco with
development work on tho Comstock
group just abovo Circlo City. A contract will bo let to continue the present
tunnel another 00 feot, at which point
tl.o ledge will be crosscut from wall to
wall. |It is the Intention of this company to thoroughly prove their
property this season.
REPORT OF FERNIE
MINE DISASTER
The rescue party at the Fernie mine
under the direction of Mr. James R.
Wilson, formor underground superintendent, are making good headway
and from last accounts had succeeded
in recovering 110 bodies, many of which
it was found impossible to identify. A
request for aid for the stricken families
was sent all over Canada with a result
that peoplo from the Atlantic to tho
Pacific are subscribing freely and ovor
$20,000 havo been received to date.
There is a divergence of opinion as
to the cause of tlie explosion and not
until a thorough investigation is held
will it be deflnitoly known. In his
report to the minister of mines, Hon.
E. G, Prior, the provincial mineralogist, W. F. Robertson says the mino is
dusty but there Is no sign of coked dust
to indicate a dust explosion. Ho has
been with tho relief party through
every section and found nothing to
which he could attribute the catas-
trope. Wo givo below nn extract
from Inspector Dick's report of his
inspection of tho mino on April 23rd:
"No. 2 mine is worked on tho separate split system, viz., high level, east
and west districts. I wont into tho
high levol district, and examined all
tho working places, and much of tho
old works. I saw that all the men hero
had safety lamps, yet I could not find a
trace of gas. All the places wore well
timbered.   Ventilation was good; only
Mr. Forbes and Mr. Atwood who aro
making a thorough oxaminatlou of the
Nettie L. mine, had some oro assayed
from the Nottie L, this week which
went silver 3000 oz., Qold 950 and
copper ,11 por cent,
a short distance from tho face I found
that there was 16,800 cubic foet of air
passed per minute, with tbe brattice as
close to the face as it was convenient
to bave it,
"On April 25th I again went to No. 2
tunnel, but this timo to tbe west district. I was in all tho working places,
which 1 saw wero in good order and
well timbered, although tho roof in
somo places is very bad and full of
slips. I put in much of my timo in the
old workings to see if thero was any
standing or accumulation of gas. 1 am
pleased to say that in neither the old
workings or tho working places was
there a trace of gas to be Been, but I
saw that all the men worked by
light from safety lamps. Thoro wero
35 men working. Ventilation was
good here. I saw that there was
20,000 cubic feet of air passing per
minute with the brattice up near the
face.
"I then went into what is known as
the east district. I first went into tho
old workings here, and saw that they
were clear of gas, aftor which I saw
that they were In good order and well
timbered, with tbo brattice closo up,
in many cases, under the circumstances, too closo to bo convenient. In
this district I saw that there were 31
raon at work, all of whom had safety
lamps, 1 failed to find any gas in No.
2 mine, in whioh nt ono time it would
show in the lamp at nearly evory
placo you could go.
Ventilation is good near tho face. I
Baw that  there  wero 1200 cubic feet
of air passing per minttle, while in the
main intake there was 80,800 cubic foet
of air por minute, thus leaving 31,400
to be accounted for, all of whicli
escapes into the old works, where it is
much required to carry off gas, which
iB given off there, as by leaving tbe
old workings clear thero is not so great
a danger of an accident with tho workmen using safety lamps.
At No. 3 mine 1 saw that all tho men
wero working with light on tho heads.
I examined all this mine. There was
but few places in tho old workings I
was not in, as woll as being in all the
working places. I saw that all the
working places were in good order,
brattice close up and well tlmbored. I
did not see any sign of gas in the mino.
"I saw that thero woro 31,800 cubic
feet of air passing por rainuto and
conducted well into the face by brat*
tice and otherwise. Hero there were
55 mon employed. This mine is very
wet.
"I may say that No. 2 and No. 3
mines are ono and the samo by connections bolow ground, and aro connected in many places, and are well
ventilated by tho same fan, but are
entered by two tunnels from the outsido. The motive power for the ventilation of theso two mines passes 112,-
200cubio feet of air per minute, and
bas yot 80 revolutions of tho fan in
reserve, boforo it gets up to Its highest
working speed.
(Signed)        "Arch Dick,
���'Inspector."
For tho first timo this yoar���iu
April���copper production as reported
by Mr. John Stanton for tho companion
shows an increase over the corresponding liuiitii last year. Tlie gain is it
considorablo one, amounting to 2,7sti
tons for the reporting mines and 40"
from outsido sources. Tho total of
24,624 tons is greater by 5S!) tons than
than tho quantity reported in March
and by 3,186 tons than for April of
last year. This considorablo gain has
reduced the falling off for the four
months ending April ,'iO to 650 tons, as
compared with tho corresponding
period in 1901, It is of special Importance as showing there is no longer
any considerable restriction in the output and that most of the mines aro
running at about their normal capacity.
The numbor of now minos which arc
shipping- copper this yoar is not largo
and thoir total production is not ot
great importance. Tho resumption of
full work at most of thc mines indicates that the quantity of copper
turned out i s going to be, for somo
timo to come, fully up to thc standard
of last yoar and possibly a little ahead
of it. The United States exports for
April were less than tho vory large
figures for March by 3,673 tons, but
still readied the largo quantity of
Hi, 124 tons. This makes a total for tho
four months of 67,050 tons of copper
sent abroad from tliis country, which is
nearly two and one-half times tho
quantity reported for the samo period
last yeur. It may he safily said that
tho falling off in April exports was
largely duo to the elimination of
speculative shipments, and tbat thc
total represents a legitimate business
done in response to tho increased buying of copper abroad. Tho artificial
nature of tho market recently is shown
by the fact that in tho face of tho increased production thero has been ..
gain in price both in New York and
London with a presont prospect tha*.
the advance will continue���Engineering and Mining Journal.
OUTLOOK KOB I.KAI1.
The Trnat Will Again Enter llrltlah
Columbia Market.
Those Interested in lead properties
in British Columbia will be glad to
learn tbat tho load trust will soon reenter the markets of Canada. The
Sandon Paystreak says there is a feeling among mine owners, backed by
what is purported to bo reliable Information, that the American Smelting
and Refining Co. is going to re-enter
the British Columbia market In the
Dear future-  It Is pointed out by tbote
who claim to be in a position to know
that tho trust is sponding a large
amount of monoy on tho East Helena
smelter and that the Great Falls plant
Is being overhauled. Also the Groat
Northern Is standardising the Great
Falls <fc Canada road to tho Alberta
coal fields and the Crow's Nest Southern will be completed by the middle of
next month, delinntely settling the
fuel question for the Montana smelters.
Besides this, it is well known tbat the
enormous surplus of lead which the
lead trust had on its hands on
January lit, 1901, has been reduoed to
normal proportions and the demand
for lead in the United States is looking
up a littlo, in consequence of which
the lead trust will undoubtedly bo able
to contraot with the smelter trust for a
larger output. A couple of local managers have intimated that they have
assurances which led them to believe
that the smeltor trust will again be In
the Slocan market iu thc very near
future.
Should these predictions prove to be
true lt will mean a sudden return of
prosperity to the Slocan and the ill-
c.ntluuKl ob ran IStiS -
Beer Prices Ail vimcin*-.
Tho rapid increase in the price of
beef on tho hoof throughout the States
and tbe riso in tho wholesale price, has
finally had its effect on tho Canadian
market. American buyers have been
invading Manitoba und tho Territories, offering increased prices Ior cal*
tie, and making a strong effort to
secure all that is possible. Speaking
of this movement, W, W. noble, manager for P, Burns & Co. in South
East Kootonay, said: "The Influence
of the American agents was vory
quickly folt as the price on the hon'
jumpod from 4* to 6 cents and it it
difficult to buy good beeves even a:
those figures. A Chicago man has
been In Calgary trying to invado tho
market, which naturally affects our
people."
"Good cattle arc hard to find now at
any price, as the owners are not anxious to sell. The boom in meat has
been a great thing for the cattle owners.���Cranbrook Herald.
Metal Quotation*,.
Silver���511.
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cessor and should the shortcomings
of the present proprietary be treated
as leniently as were his and our
good points appreciated as warmly
we shall feel that encouragement
which is essential to success.
Pour weekly Insertions constitutes one
month's advertising.
FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1902.
TO OUR READERS
With feelings of the highest confidence in the  Lardeau district in
general and the town of Ferguson
In particular the new  proprietary
makes his bow to Eagle readers,
We believe that the field of labor
occupied by the Eagle is a most important one and that a live up-to-
date local  newspaper,  such as it
shall be our endeavor to make of
the Eagle, will have largely to do
wilh making or marring the more
immediate future of the camp.    To
serve Ibe  best  interests of a  com
miinity, a newspaper  should be un
prejudiced;petty personal differences
should not be aired in its columns;
all classes and creeds should receive
the same impartial treatment and
Wrong  doings   must   be   reported
without fear or favor.    It shall bt
our aim to live up to these principles and treat everyone and everything in a live and let-live manner.
In local  politics the Eagle will
be'independent, but never neutral.
We have watched  proceedings in
the house at  Victoria for the past
five years rather closely and have
learned to place but little faith in a
coalition form  of government,    lt
appears to us that while the principle is good it has outlived its usefulness in this province.    It is our firm
conviction   that the  province will
not get a government to faithfully
represent thc best interests of the
people until party politics are introduced.    Then  members would be
elected  on certain   lines  of policy
which could not well be departed
from, and one could form a conclusion as to where they were at. Under
the present form a member may be
a supporter of the government today and to-morrow he may be voting with the opposition and vice
versa, and with no qualms, of conscience.   The fault lies principally
in the lack of a definite policy.    It
now looks like a game of grab for
position.    Partisan   support  by  a
member is not the best thing for a
people, but rather a consistent independent support.
Mining is undoubtedly the backbone of this camp and we shall
make it our first consideration to
' faithfully glean and chronicle the
news of the district and camp and
present it in a way that will make
entertaining reading. To this end
we shall devote our best effort and
whatever talent we may possess,
and trust that the Eagle may prove
a welcome weekly visitor and that
thc district will reap golden fruit
from its effort. We believe very
liberat patronage and friendly sympathy was extended, t<> pur prede.
The closest election contest for
the Ontario legislature in 20 years,
with exception of 1893, was fought
out on the 29th, tilt, giving a
majority to the Liberals ot about
four. In a number of the consti
tuencies the majority is small being
less than ten, and as there will
likely be a number of recounts and
protests the government majority
may be augmented dr diminished,
and it is possible that the Conservatives may yet have wpn. However Mr. Whitney has reason to
feel proud of the noble fight put up
by he and his followers and if they
continue to cut the Liberal majority
down as they have in the last two
contests, next election will put the
Conservatives on top. As it is
honors are about evenly divided.
One thing is certain the government will not dare introduce any
drastic measures into parliament
for with so narrow a mag-in their
life will virtually hang by a thread.
Therefore the people ot Ontario
may hope for wise legislation.
on the afth uit.' The Veteran diplomat had reached the ripe old age
of 74 years, but continued to do excellent work for the empire to the
last. He was held in very high esteem both in Europe and America
and his death was deeply regretted
in both countries. While he was a
keen and successful diplomatist he
was very popular in Washington.
Great Britain's ambassador to the
United States, the Hon. Lord Paunce-
fote, G. C. B., died at Washington
The Ophir-Lade syndicate have
succeeded in closing a deal for three
of the best groups of claims in the
Fish.creek district, namely: The
Oyster, Rossland and the Imperial
It had been whispered about town
for several days that a deal was in
process of negotiation, but not un*
til Mr. Pool came in Thursday was
anything definite known in the'matter. Messrs. Pool, Lade Bros., R.
Gunn and J. J. Young inspected the
property Tuesday and brought samples to Ferguson to be assayed.
The tests were highly satisfactory,
some going enormously high. An
Eagle representative saw Mr. Pool
for a moment just as he was starting back to Fish creek to meet Mr.
Young and pay over the money for
the three groups. We believe it is
the intention of the purchasers to
begin development work on a large
scale at once, in fact Mr. Pool stated
that a stamp mill would be installed
very shortly. Next week we will
give full particulars of the sale and
what the new owners propose to do
in the way of development.
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McDONELL & EDSON.
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B. C.
PRIVATE PINING ROOMS FOR
LADIKS.
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND MINING MEN.
THEI
BALMORAL HOTEL
ANDY CUMMINGS, Proprietor.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN Connection
s' -&-$���*$-& ���$��� ^^i^-^-^HjHjI-^K^H^ 5$H$H$H$J-$-j$
Wf BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
fit FINELY EQUIPPED BAR.
-T-* BEST ��2.0S A DAY HOUSE
J-k IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT.
BEST CUISINE SERVICE.
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED.
Hotel Lardeau
J. laughton, Proprietor.
FERGUSON, B. C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN	
NEATLY FURNISHED,
WELL LIGHTED AND HEATED ROOMS.
CONVENIENTLY   i"fr
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE.
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Windsor Hotel
When coming Into Perguson the first hotel to
see is the Windsor. If one is looking for the
best accommodation, i. e. Clean, well tended
rooms, a well furnished table and choice liquors and cigars, then the Windsor is the best
place to stop. Reading rooms and parlors
nicely furnished.   Everything quiet.
Madame O'Connor, Proprietress.
A
Golden
Opportunity
For a safe, profitable investment there
is nothing in the Kootenays to equal lots
in the town of
FERGUSON
The Vulcan smelter is completed and
soon to be "blown in " and it is inside
the town limits.
The
Railway
Is Completed
And daily trains are running to Trout
lake and prospective investors are arriving for Ferguson by every train.
Mine
Development
Is being pushed as never before and
the outlook for the season is most
promising.
Buy a few lots before the rush sets in
for they are bound to be valuable before
autumn.
FERGUSON
Is the most promising town in
the Lardeau
Business Lots are held at
$150
and upwards.
Residential Lots are held at
$75.00
and upwards.
Write or call on
General Agent,
Henry Floyd,
Revelstoke, B. C. mmmWmMMm^M^M^MmwMmWmMm^ammwmmammm
OUTLOOK FOR LEAD.
Continued from Page One.
vcr-laad sections of East Kootenay, as
the trust will undoubtedly put the
prico back to old settlement basis of
New York quotations, less duty and
moisture. This ��� would net the mine
owner about $2.40 for load, which
would permit overy property in the
camp to operate. The Slocan was
never in a better condition to make a
large output and $2.40 for lead wou Id
make it tho most active and prosperous
camp on the North American continent. It Is a conservative estimate that
the payroll for minos tributary to
Sandon would Immediately jump to
1200 men and for tho remaining six
months the output would touch 30,000
tons, making the year's production for
tlie district over 40,000 tons.
"Kamloo-is" In  the Hills.
The woll known prospector Frank
Apicosto, better known as "Kamloops"
bas gone Into tho Fish Creek carap on
a prospecting trip. He gave the Eagle
a call Monday and assured us that he
would add to his glory by staking a
claim the equal of the Triuno. He
claims to know a piece of ground near
Camborne that has as good a surface
showing as anything in this camp,
Power to you "Kam."
Jfcste ri-*-rf**-ri-*-ril *rf_. ���cJ-'.rt-Lrfzsit. tte.
���j*      A Common Remark
���j*      Of traveling men.  That's the best
J     shave I ever got.  Of courso at the
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owners.
To C. J. Smith and F. W. HitiBdale or to any
person or persons to whom they may have
transferred their intcreata in thc following
mineral claims, the "Mollie A" nnil '-Copper
Key" located at short creek, south ol Pass
ereek in the Trout Lake mining division of
West Kootenay.
Take notice that we the Undersigned have
���performed the work anil recorded the assessment on the above named properties for thc
years 1000-1'JOl and in order to hold your
Interest in said claims under Section .*, of the
Mineral Act, and if within M days ol the lirst
publication hereof you fall or refuse to contribute your portion of auch expenditure
together with thc cost of advertising, your
interest in uhe said claims will become the
iiroportyof the subscribers under section 4 of
the Mineral aet of 1900.
Dated .at Ferguson, 8. C. this 1th day of June,
1001
ai��_��,i  I HENRY BANK,
junel slBn011    JOE MARAT.
The Silver Cup.
Mr. Barney Crilly, superintendent,
came down from tho Cup Yesterday.
Ho reports everything looking first
rate at the mine.   The trail is good.
Coronation Hay.
London dispatch says tbe coronation
Derby on Wennesday June 4th, is
likely to attract unusually large
crowds. R. S. Slevier's Scepter is
now the favorite at 0 to 4 against.
Probably four Amerloan jockeys will
ride in the race, J. H. Martin on Ard
Patrick; Jenklngs on Fowling piece;
Spencer, who will wear tho Keene
colors, on Kearsarge, and J. R. Reiff,
who will carry William 0. Whitney's
colors on Intruder.
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..BARBER SHOP..
FBROUSON, fl. C.
Wm. Schnell, Prop.
L   Hot or Cold Baths.       $
C. M. BROWN
Practical SI nn a and l>ecor��tiunn
FrlHoo Worltcr nnd Pttpwrhan ger
Ferguson, B. C.
Will Start Important Work.
The Lo Roi No. 2, Limited, haB let a
contract to Thomas Struck for the sink'
ing of tho shaft in the Josio mino from
tho 700 fooo level to the 000 foot level,
and the work is to be commenced at
once. Fifteen miners will be addod to
the crew to carry on this work. Simultaneously a winze will be sunk from
tho 701' to the 700foot level in tho west
end of tbo mine.
Last week 25 mon were added to the
Le Roi No. 2 crow, and the work in tbe
shaft will further increase this number
as stated abovo. Within a couplo of
woek3 tbe crow will aggregate 275
men.
Notlco.
THE DOUBLE EAGLE MINING AND DEVELOPMENT CO., Limited Liability.
Notice is hereby given that ttie Annual
iieneral meeting of the Shareholders ot this
Company will be held at their oflice in Ferguson, B. c., on Thursday, July 10th, 11102 at 2
p.m. for the transactlou of all business connected with the Company; and the translei*
books of the company will be closed from Juno
25th' 1902.
Juno G A. It. HOLDICH, Secretary.
Tlie Itilfflec 'irons,!.
Mr, Andy Ward has sold his
interest, being an undivided one
quarter in the Ruffled Grouse mineral claim, to Mr. Frank Traynor of
Ferguson, ior one thousand dollars
cash. We congratulate Mr. Tray*
nor on his good fortune in securing
this interest, for it is conceded by
men who should know, that the
Ruffled Grouse is one of the most
likely prospects in the camp. Mr,
Traynor may also congratulate himself on having bought into a property where he has for partners such
men as Messrs. Jim Livingstone and
Ole Peterson. It is certainly a mat
ler of very great importance, in
purchasing an interest in a mineral
claim, to take note of what kind of
partners one will be associated with,
tor a delinquent or dilatory co-owner
very often retards development and
sometimes blocks a sale. There is,
however, a remedy, but in applying
it one is often put to serious inconvenience and loss of time und money,
We believe the former owners always worked together most amicably and that the property bears evidence of this. Mr. Ward assures
us that he has an abiding faith in
the property and his reason for sell*
ing was solely from the fact that he
has large interests in other claims
that give promise of proving equ<
ally valuable, and by making this
deal he would be better equipped to
prosecute development on his other
properties, Messrs, Livingstone
and Peterson are doing assessment work on the claim. They
have sunk a shaft 20 feet and are
now drifting on the lead. A very
tine body ot ore was encountered
some days since which so far as
subsequent work has gone appears
to be of considerable extent,
GREAT   WESTERN
Limited Liability.
Notice is hereby given that the Annual
Cicneral Meeting of tlie Shareholders In tills
Company will be lield at their oflico in Ferguson, ll.c on Wednesday, July'.>t!i,190_at 2 p.
111.. for the transaction ol nil business connected with the Coinpan���; and the transfer books
of the Company will lie closed from Juno 25th,
190..
Jly 10 A. II. HOLDICH, Secretary.
MINERAL ACT.
(Komi F.)
CERT-FIOATB OF IMPROVEMENT
NOTICE.
Good Luck mineral claim, situate In tho Trout
Lake Mining Division ol West Kootenay dis
irlci. Where located: On Nettie L. mountain, between tho north aud south forks of
Lardeau creek.
TAKE NOTICE���Tint I, A. P. Cummins as
agent for tho Great Western Mines, Limited,
Free Miner's Certitlcato No. :tlS50, Intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, lo apply tu the
Minine Recorder for a certillcate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of thealioveclaim.
And further take notice that action, under
seetion 17. must  be commenced  before tlie
Issuance of such certificate of Improvements.
Dated tills thirtieth day of March A. II.. HUB.
JuneI9 A. P. CUMMINS. P. L. S.
THE  NEW AND ONLY
MAP
OFTHIS DISTRICT
Inclui.ii.g tho Fish Crack camp
awl I'ppttr litrficnn Kiver section, compiled by A. 1'. Cummins. I'.L.S., and H
Shannon. 11. a., is now on sale ut this
office. Tim ready sale of Iho mat* in
proving all wo havo said for it. The
Trout Ealto division js lltliOKraphed in
black, tlio Lardoau in rod, and the Ainsworth in blue. Even a tenderfoot could
tako a copy of this mail and find any
claim recorded iu the three divisions.
Tho mountains, lakes, i-reeks, wagon
roads, trails, surveyed railway routes,
und the location and nainethvauniipio
index) of every miueral claim in tho
district is shown.
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   In
Person This Map Takes First Place*
fu fact everv geographical
feature is so well defined that ono can
see at a glance the nature of our country
and tho trend of the claim locations
gives an intelligible idea of the mineral
belts running through thc camp. His
certainly
Excursion Rates
BAST
Canadian
���kc-jolu:
May 26, 30, June 29,
July 2.3.4-
FROM
ROSSLAND, TRAIL, NELSON,
and Intermediate points,
TO
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   .   .   .
ARROW LAKES, 11. C.
The most completo resort ou the continent
of North America. Situated midst scenery
unrivalled for grandeur. Boating, fishing
and excursions. Resident physician and
nurse. In telegraphic communication with
all parts of the world. Two mails arrive and
departcvory day. Its baths cuie all nervous
and muscular diseases. Its waters heal all
kidney, liver und stomach ailmouts. Its
baths and waters aro a nuro remedy against
all argentiferous poisons. TERMS : ?12 to
|15 per weok, according to residence in hotel
or villas.
Notice.
The following applications for retail liquor
licenses have been received for the Ferguson
district.
Mrs. S. O'Connor, retail license, Windsor
hotel, Ferguson.
Andy Cummings, retail license, Balmoral
hotel. Ferguson.
James Cummings, retail license, Kings hotel,
Ferguson.
John Laughton, retail license, Lardeau
hotel, Ferguson.
McDonoll & Edson, retail license, Ferguson
hotel, Ferguson.
And further take notice that the regular
meeting of the Hoard of License Commissioners will be held in the Lardoau hotel, Comaplix. ou Judo lGth, 1902, at '-2.30 p.m.
By Order
lt R. A. UPPER, Chief Inspector.
United Hatters of North America
THIS IS TH E
UNION LABEL of
the United Hatters
of North America.
When you are buy-
ng a FUR HAT,
ither soft or stiff,
boo lo it that the
genuine UN ION
Label is sewed in it.
If a retailer has
loose labels in his
possession and offers to put one iu a
I rat for you, do not
patronize him. He
has not any rigmio na\o loose labels. Loose
labels iu retail stores arc counterfeits. Ho nol
listen to any explanation ns to why tho hai
has no label. The Genuine Union Label is
perforated on tlie four ed-_.es exactly the same
as a postage stamp. Counterfeits an' sometimes perforated on threo of tbe edges,, and
sometimes only on two. Keep ft sharp lookout
for thc couniecfeits. CupiincipleTl manufacturers ��re using them iu order to get rid of
their scab-made hats. The John II. Stetson
Co. and Henry H. Roelofs A Co., both of Philadelphia, Pa., are non-union concerns,
JOHN A. MOKFITT, President,
Orange, N.J.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Secretary:
14 797 Bedford Aro..Brooklyn, N.Y.
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-UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT-
THE
Prospectors' Exchange
ARTHUR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANDING, B. C.
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH THE
��� ���1IKST IN TIIE .MARKET-**-**
���THE CHOICEST OI*'WINES.*      *___
���M-LiqUOBSANBOIGARS**     Tf
When you reach Trout Lake City put
up the Queens. .Good accommodation
..Best of service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe..
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
Everybody
smokes
Our Special
 AND	
The Union
CIGAR
They aro all Union made and of the
best Havana Tobacco money can
buy. Try one and satisfy yourself
as to tbeir quality.
%
Union Cigar
Factory, H.A.
Brown, Prop.
If you   are   building  or contemplate building we will be
pleased to quote you estimates on anything made -.in our
Sash and Door Factory
and we feel confident that we can give you satisfaction in
everyparticular.    Write: Sawyer Bros., Revelstoke*-B.C.
The   Best   Worth   For   One  Dollar
over offered in the map lino of Running
CHinp. it is tlie lirst complete map ot
the district and is Belling well. Itisjust
what you tire looking tor. WE ALSO
HAVE A FEW MAI'S MOUNTED UN
LINEN, WITH A O0OD COVEH, FOR
TRAVELLERS Ull PROSPECTORS,
WHICH SELL AT ILM, THESE ARE
THE BEST VALUE, AS THE- WILL
LAST FOR YEARS.
Address your onler. with au
enclosure of a one 'lollar hill, lr���i
cheques, orders, ele.] to
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
MINNEAPOLIS
CHICAGO
DETROIT
TORONTO
MONTREAL      -
,11.50
-.8-1,60
$77. m
180.80
flUO.Ml
Corresponding reduction from all
Kootenay points. U'smil diverse routes.
Meals and berth included on Canadian
Pacific Uy. and Luke steamers.
THROUGH BOOKINGS TO EUROPE
via all  Atlantic Lines.*-
Prepaid tickets from all points-it lowest rates.
,1. S. CARTER,        E. J. COYLE,
D. P. A., A. G. P. A
Nelson. Vancouvc,.
J. DONOVAN, Agent, Arrowhead
There is onlv one best mining Journal
That is
Mines and Minerals.
It has a larger i-lrculaLion than any twoothe/
American mining journals because it ii Ike
best. It Is the largest, best illustrated ami
handsomest mining Journal iu the world. ;'
Is a mining paper for iniuins men. Subaerlp-
tion price 12.00 per year. Keud for froe sample
copy. AddresiMINES AND MINERALS, Mcran-
ton, Ta..U.S.A. Denver offices, Barth Dldg,t
Denver, Col.
J smoke  union- t    There are Cheap and Good
I
Union-Made Cigars, but the    *
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Enterprise and Selkirk      j
Brand-', manufactured by the Enterprise *
��� ���������*>��������� Cigar Co., Nelson, It, c. are unequalled in ��� ��*���-*��--��-*-���*��� ���-���-������+.
��� lhe province . ��� <*.
UNION-   t : r~"T   SMOKE    UNIOV-   *
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For -= nle by Ferguson's Leading* Hotels.
Ask ior thcra.
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- w LOCAL FIELD       j
IN BRIEF   |
Wm. Halloway returned to the Metropolis this weok.
Mount Poleo is still vomiting forth
volumes of mud and stones.
Geo. Parker brought In some pack
horsos from Calgary for S. Daney.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cummings are
spending a lew days in Revolstoke.
Jim Caldwell and Jack Kennedy returned from Revelstoke on Wednesday.
Mr. Andy Cummings, of the hotel
Balmoral, went to Revelstoke Saturday.
Wm. Schnell, proprietor of tho O
K. barber shop, was up from the Lake
Monday.
J. Schnell, tho genial constable of
Trout Lake, paid his weekly visit to
Eerguson Monday.
Mr. H. W. Atkinson who spent the
winter near Revelstoko, returned to
Ferguson this week.
Howard Chipman, a commercial
traveler Irom Victoria, was in town
Friday and Saturday.
Mr. Lew Thomson and nophow have
..one on a business trip to Revelstoke.
Thoy will return about the 10th inst.
Messrs. Dave and Andy Ferguson
came in on Wednesday. Andy from
the Coast and Dave from Rovelstoke.
J. J. Voung camo in from Calgary
Sunday and went to Camborno next day
with Messrs. Pool, Lade Bros, and R.
'���'.tnn.
M. J. O'Brien, mayor of Revelstoke,
Is* tn town.
Mr. Henry Floyd, townsito agent Is
in town this week.
Capt. Davey, of Eight-Mile paid
Ferguson a visit Wednesday.
There has been two hotel transfers
at Gerrard in the last 10 days.
We welcome to our exchange list
this week "Tho Truth" a new publication in Rossland.
Pat'Crilly camo down from the Nettie L. on Thursday night and,attended
the entertainment.
W. Laycock, of Chicago, Is in Porgu
son to spend a month in recreation and
for the benefit of his health. He is at
the Windsor.
Copious showors have been falling for
a week past and water Is getting high
in the creeks. Kootenay lake is said
to be very high.
Mr. A. M. Stokes of Grass Valley,
Cal. is registered at the Windsor. He
is here in connection with the Triune
mine, acting in the capacity of superintendent.
Geo. B. Powell, representing Dean &
McLeod of Hamilton, the Canadian
agents for the Toledo Computing Scales,
canvassed the town yesterday with fair
success.
3 sra-j-r '.��������� 2J-. >-y*~z-r* <sr��9"*r��}�� A5-T-, ft,
I PROFESSIONAL J
{        CARDS.        |
ILLIAM A. BAUER,
Craig & Hillman are oxpecting two
carloads of horses and ponies into the
Landing almost any day. It looks as
if they were expecting lively times in
this camp shortly.
Mr. Roxy Scott came up from Gerrard Saturday to receive his monoy in
re. the sale of lot 5 in block 17, together with buildings thereon. Mr.
Al Pelkey put tho deal through and
,,.... the purchaser was Jack Marat of Nel-
The president ofthe United States  80n; consideration S350.
furnished a man-ol-war to convey the I
remains of tho late Lord Pauncefote to j    We would draw our readers attention
England. t0 tb�� following new advertisements
���*.,   ht r, tit   i    i    u j   . , appearing in this weeks'Bagle:   Per-
Mr. N. C. Wood, who had charge of'
affairs in connection with building of
smelter, left  Thursday  morning  for
Minneapolis.
Mr. Jesse Alexander, a colored cook
from Nelson, is in town looking for a
situation. He holds a number of
recommendations.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carter came down
from the Union Jack on Tuesday. Mrs.
Carter was not in the best of health,
but is now about recovered.
Dr. Nawcombe returned from a visit
to Vancouver and Nanaimo on Friday.
He assures his friends that he enjoyed
a right good tima, We are glad to see
him back.
Ferguson is not so lively this week
in consequence of a scarcity of Cummings, they have all "gone way."
Messrs. Andy, Jim, Aleck and A. P.
are at Rev elstoke.
Messrs. Geo. Goldsmith and T. W.
Turley visited Ferguson Tuesday. Mr.
Turley is from Cranbrook but recently
purchased some mining interests near
Camborne and has come to do assessments on hia property.
A gang of Ave men were sent to re*
pair the south fork trail on Friday in
charge of Mr. E. A. Kinman. It is the
intention of tho government to keep
Mr. Kinman and men engaged during
the season on trail work.
"Dad" Black is having a frame
"block" built on north side of Victoria
avenue. The contractors, Messrs.
Dunbar & Ackert are pushing the
work along rapidly and hope to have
the building ready for occupancy by
Saturday.
Mr. Wm. Johnson came down from
the "Badshot" on Wednesday and
brought samples of ore to send to parties enquiring for mining properties.
He and partners have a valuable property and a means of transportation Is
all that's lacking.
J. V. Reeves, our watchmaker and
Jeweler, made his usual weekly trip
to Trout Lake today. Ho also went
to Gerrard the beginning of the week
but got there too late to get the business he expected. One hundred mon
had left for outside points tho previous
day.
What's the matter with tho electric
light plant? Some two months since
the machinery was hauled in and we
understood the plant was to be installed
noon as weather and local conditions
would permit. We know of nothing
now to prevent the matter going ahead
and there are a number of Idle men
whom we believe would be glad to go
to work.
land, Geo. B. Batho & Co., Windsor
Hotel, notice to delinquent co-owners,
notice of meetings���The Double Eagle
Mining & Development Co., Ltd., and
Great Western Mines, Ltd., notice of
meeting of Board of License Commissioners, and Craig & Hillman, pack
and saddle horses.
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DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS.
Surveys of Mines, Mineral Claims and
Crown Lands. Crown Grants Obtained aud Assessments Managed
for Absentees.
Offices:  Ferguson B. C. and Vancouver
o     SHANNON, B. A.
ASSAYER and ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST.
Headquarters for lnformatloi Regardls*-
Uidiuu rroprrtles*
Write for Information.
Cull aid aet Samples*
OFFICE:   VICTORIA AVE..
FERGUSON, B. C.
TJOHERT HODGE,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OFFICE-Ovcr Hi" Imperial Bank,
FERGUSON, B. C.
TJ ARVEY, McCARTER �� I-INKHAM,
Barristers, Solicltcrs, etc.
I
AID FOR FERGUSON'S HOSPITAL
Tho miners and business men of
Ferguson havo united to erect a hospital here.. This is an absolute necessity as there is no place in which we
can properly care for a sick man who
dont happen to have a home of his own.
There has been about$l,000 subscribed
towards tho hospital locally and the
Eagle has been requested to receive
subscriptions from outside points which
will be acknowledged through tbe
columns of the Eagle each week,
There is something like 81,500 more to
raise and wo hope that thoso who have
made money in this camp will remember those who work away from the
comforts of older communities and send
along a liberal sum to help in the good
work. The hospital will be owned and
operated by the members of Lardoau
Miners'Union. Address all subscriptions to the Eagle.
T.oonln With a Paygtreak,
Saddle horses for sale. We havo all
kinds and at all prices. We can suit
you.   Craig & Hillman, Boaton.
* For anything in tho book or stationery lino send to the Canada Drug &
Book Co., Revelstoko, B. C. Mail
orders receive prompt attention.
* Hello Central! Aro you aware of
the fact that thoro Is a tolephono lino
in tho country? Why not save tiino
and monoy by using it. Phone at Cummins Hi Co.'s storo.
Smokers:   II you want the cenu-
inf.    "Union"   and    "Our   Special"
cigar see that "Union Cigar Factory"
is stamped in gilt letters on overy box.
H. A. Brown, Kevelstoke, B. 0,
I.ABUKAI*   ORE  SHIPMENTS.
Tho following ia a list of Lardeau ore producers amount shipped and the pross returns,
report of which have to bo furnished monthly
hy mine owners to the provincial government:
Name. Pounds.       tiross Val.
Silver (.'up 2,400,000
Nettle t  1,700,000
Triune     049,770
Beatrice     442,000
(Jreat Northern      .Ifi.OOO
Broadview      .-,2,000
Ethel      M.ooo
Cromwell      2M.2S0
', Ophlr-I-ad.     12,000
itetropolltan     v,,'Xi\ ....
st. Elmo      12.000 ....
Ruffledurauto     11,770 ....
I.Inson View  MiitJ ....
" Old Hold	
Horseshoe	
Black Warrior	
I B��tBrn. and correoti.ni a3I��S lor
51RO.000.00
03'WO.OO
82,870,87
;!2,2:til.iSl
1,314.00
I.IH.OO
1,590.00
1,296.79
1,820.00
720.00
510.00
507.19
011.17
Offices: Revelstoke, Golden, and Ferguson. Solicitors for Imperial Bank
Geo. 8. McCarter. J. A, Harvey.
A.M. rinkliam.
T^RED C. ELLIOTT,
Barrister,   Notary Public etc,
TROUT LAKE CITY B. C, AND
Ferguson, B. C.
T   M. SCOTT, B, A. L. L. B. C
V. tf
ij,
Barrister, Soliclter, etc.     k
��� I
OFFICES:   McKENZIE AVENUE,       5
Revelstoke, B. C. &
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ATCHMAKER
and JEWELER
A FIRST CLASS LINE OF
WATCHES
CLOCKS
AND
JEWELRY
ALL KINDS OF WATCH
AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
James V. Reeves,
EAGLE BLOCK
Ferguson, B. C.
__________________ ______________ ______________ .-_
T~*'~~*~*'~*'*��*f*"
Drugs ����<f Stationery
Prescriptions Carefully and
..Accurately Compounded..
A.  F.  RANKINE
P. O, BLOCK, FERGUSON, B.C.
ik
The B.C. ASSAY & CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. W.
VANCOUVER, B. O.
Headquarters for Assayrrs, Mining
A Mill SiippLI-'H, Hole agents In Jt,
C for Morgan Crucible Co., Hattersea,
Kngland; F. \V. Hrauu it Co.'s Patent
Gary Furnaces, Itnrners.etc.; Wm. A Ins.
worth & Co.'s Fine jJnUmcos, etc.. etc
| McKinnon & Sutherland]
X\TE take pleasure in announcing that wc have re-
VT contly placed iu block a complete line of LAMES.
CHILDRENS' and GENTLEMEN'S* summer goods of up
to date make and choice material. These goods were carefully .selected in thc most exclusive markets and we feel
confident tltat our many customers will be delighted.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Our Ladles'Shirt Waists aro pretty and strictly of the
latest patterns and bost selling materials. Call and inspect , it is our pleasure to show goods.
HATS
We claim to have the best selected and largest stock of
Men's and Hoy's hats in the Lardeau. "Every tiat stamped
with tha Union Label."
SHIRTS
Wc have tho newest styles and patterns in starched and
negileo shirts.  Thc same as are being sold daily to the
best dressed men in eastern cities.
Remember our stock includes everything that is used In
the district in the merchandise line.
I McKinnon <fr Sutherland
The Post Office Store
The most complete stock in Ferguson.
w Uiiion-Made Hats and Shoes. -W
2 Full line of Ladies' and Children's goods. js
jyi Make a specialty of filling mine orders in groceries w
7L     and hardware. R
W Try a Pair of Our Hand-Made Prospectors' Shoes. W*.
\Qeo. B. Batho & Co.I
$igii*_S
CUMMINS <$��� CO.
Established 1896
uson Packing
and
Transfer Outfit.
i Packing and Fergus��
4 Freighting
fl Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
Contracts entered into Ior paekin*-* ol Mining Supplies,
etc., to any point in the district.
Good, prompt service, and any work undertaken guaranteed.   Freighting Irom Thomson's Landing to Ferguson
a specialty.
R. S. Wilson,
EAQLE BLOCK,
MERCHANT
TAILOR
Everv garment turned out in this shop
will bear this label, a guarantee in itself ot first class workmanship,
Drop in and see our stock and samples,
.   -   -   FERGUSON B. C.
Ferguson Meat Market
���.���.�������������.��������..������������-*��-*����������������-���
Fine stock of the t FRESH BEEP, PORK, MUT-
 best Alberta t TON,   POULTRY-  Etc., Etc.
Mine ordors a specialty.   Shop one door east of Hotel Lardeau.
Ferguson
The pay roll centre and tho place where Lardeau's shippln
mines are located, la situated dfi miles southeast of Hovels tolu-j
From Kevelstoke to Arrowhead by rail, _!*t miles; from Arrow*
head to Thomson's Landing by boat, Vi miles; from tlio Landing
I to FERGUSON, by horse or stage, 1C wiles, Como straight hi
f Ferguson. Investigation courts**. W

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