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Grand Forks, B. C, Friday- September 2,1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
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M. CO, B.  Con.  Shares Sell
Around $1.75 on Eastern
Curbs.
Circular Gives Some Interesting Figures on ClaimsMadd
for the Mines.
Andrew Laidlaw, who promoted
the sale of the Morrison mine in
Deadwood camp to the Montreal &
Hoston company, a couple of dayB
ago stated in Sponkane that thc stock
in thc Montreal & Boston company
to be issued in exchange for the Morrison should arrive in that city at
any moment.    -
The stock is reported as being an
active trader on the curb in Philadelphia and New York at about tl.75
fnr the 15 share. The smelter at
Boundary Falls is expected to start
within c few weeks.
Erom a circular recently issued hy
authority of the Montreal <fc Boston
Consolidated Mining <fc Smelting
Co., Ltd., in New York, some interesting details of what is in prospect
for this new Boundary corporation
are taken.
Regarding the Brooklyn, it is
giver, out that this mine has 350,000
tons of ore practically ready for shipment, which can be placed nn the
cars at a cost of $1.25 per ton. Average-values from smelter returns
are given as 2 per cent copper, 1
ounce gold and 3 ounces sitver, average value $5.62 per ton. Cost of
milling and smelting, $3 05 per ton,
with a net profit of $2.57 per ton
Total area, 170 acr.s, and equipment equal to handling at least 500
tons |jer day.
Morrison group is in shape to ship
150 tons per day, with 200,000 tonB
in sight. Ore can be placed on cars
when spur is built for $1.25 per ton,
and on account of containing 20 per
cent sulphur is specially desirable
for smelting. Average smelting .returns show 2 ounces gold, from .5
to 1 ounce silver and .6 per cent copper. Average value, $4.05 per ton.
Cost of mining and smelting, $2.90
per ton; profit, $1.15 per ton.
In the Athelstan-Jackpot there are
100,000 tons in sight, which can be
mined at 60 cents per ton, being on
the open quarry system. Ores run
. 2 to 8. ounces in gold and .5 to .7
ounces silver, and can be mined and
smelted at $3.40 per ton. Ores average $7.90 per ton, leaving a profit
of $4.50 per ton. This profit will be
increesed by $1 per ton as soon as
the spur to the mine  is completed.
The Mountain Rose in Summit
camp is much of the same character as the Sunset in Deadwood camp,
all owned by the company, nnd valuable chiefly as fluxes, having large
excesses of iron, with some gold, silver and copper values. Both have
an immense tonnage of this ore that
can be cheaply quarried.
As is well known, the company's
smelter ie located at Boundary Falls,
about four miles below Greenwood,
and now has a daily capacity of 650
tons with two furnaces. The third
furnace on the ground will make a
capacity of 1000 tons daily, when
tho smelting costs would be $1,50
per ton.   During 1903 this smelter
treated 112,226 tons of ore, produc
ing 2,551,142 pounds of refined copper, 7705 ounces of gold, and 58,728
ounces of silver. This was the result, however, of operating one furnace 258 days and two furnaces 110
days.
It is estimated that, i.i order to
obtain the best results from a metallurgical standpoint, with four furnaces in operation, the daily charge
would consist approximately of the
following:
Dominion copper ore  700 tons
Morrison  150 tons
Athelstan  120 tons
Sunset and Mountain Rose 230 tons
Total 1200 tons
Such a charge when everything is
in full running order would, it is
claimed, make a profit of $2,511.50
per day, or $916,697.60 per year,
being 14 per cent on the value of the
issued shares.
The circular says that allowances
for slag losses, freight and refining
charges, etc., have been deducted
No estimate has been made except
on ore actually developed and
blocked out. The freight charges
arc estimated at from 15 to 30 cents
per ton, and there is ore enough
now ready to last the smelter
two years at 1000 tons per day
the smelter value of which is over
$4,000,000. In sixty days the third
furnace on the ground can be installed, and in ninety days a fourth
furnace can be added.
It is learned direct from at least
two reliable authorities that the
stock of the Montreal & Boston in
the eastern market is active, the average trading for the Nst two weeks
being over 10,000 shares daily, one
day 70,000 shares having changed
hands. The increase has been from
$1.12', to $2.25 per share.
At the Brook I) n mine, on which
the chief effort is being concentrated
at first, as it is to be the largest shipper of the several groups, the work
of getting ready for extensive shipments is steadily progressing. The
main incline shaft is being enlarged
to accommodate the skip and at the
same time retimbered. This
work has now progressed upwards
from the 250-foot level to the 150-
foot level, and here a pocket 30x30x
15 feet is being cut. The work is
necessarily slow, but is being
done in a permanent manner, anil
may require two or three weeks yet
to finish to the surface, when shipments will at once commence.
Thc water is being kept out ef the
Stemwinder mine, it requiring but a
few hours' pumping each week or
ten days. It will also be worked
shortly.
Lust week Superintendent Collins
spent several days in Greenwood and
at the Morrison mine, which is also
being made ready for operations
Bhortly, being followed by the Athelstan-Jackpot group in due time.
Bert Rea, of the Betts & Hesperus
mine, came down from the North
Fork country last evening with his
pockets full of prairie chickens.
Ixmg the barber killed twenty-one
prairie chickens on the first day of
the shooting season.
The family of James H. Kenncdo,
chief engineer of the V., V. & E., arrived from St. Thomas, Ont., Saturday evening, and have taken up
their residence in Rev, Ralph Trotter's residonce, in the West end.
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Kettle Valley Line Fngineers
Have Reached the Volcanic Mine.
McLellan's  Horses  Imagine
They Are Guideless Wonders.
The corps of engineers locating the
permanent line of the North Fork
extension of the Kettle Valley road
has reached the Volcanic and Golden
Eagle mines. The preliminary survey has been completed to Lynch
creek, eighteen miles north of this
city. W. H. Warrington, general
superintendent of the road, says the
survey will be extended to Franklin
camp, and that construction work
will be commenced early next
spring.
N. Mcl<ellan ifc Co.'s delivery team
became trightened Saturday evening at the donkey engine on the carnival grounds, and left the store
without first obtaining a leave of absence. When they reached McCal-
luni's slough they concluded to stop,
as they had already done $25 worth
of damage to the rig, and one of the
horses had an injured leg. Mac now
drives a pair of stallions, and he haB
put on an extra man to hold the
reigns while the wagon is being
loaded.
A meeting of the Southeast Kootenay Coal and Coke Co., Ltd., will be
held in the office of Hay, McCallum
& Wright, Columbia sireet, on Saturday, Sept. 10, at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon, for the purpose of electing
directors and transacting other business.
The Bohemian Conceit company
will appear at the Biden opera hotn-c
next Tuesday evening, Sept. 6, in a
high-class entertainment Thc
artistes include Miss Gcr.rudo Mar-
rack, the eminent Australian con
tralto; Mr. Hi rbert Taylor, the
famous basso, late of the Carl Rosa
Opera company, Kngland, and Little
Glen, the 12-year-old child eome-
licnne. All of the above are people
of world-wide fame, and a meritorious performanee is aesured. Reserved at tickets at Woodland's drug
store.
the organization will be fully explained. All-boys from 12 to 17
years are specially invited to be present. The boys will probably begin
drill work next week.
W. H. Itter & Co. are making
some valuable additions to their circulating library.
Mrs. R. S. Leard and Miss Scan-
Ian, who have been visiting Mrs. M.
J. Taylor in this city for a week, returned to their home in Nelson yesterday.
W. A. Harkin and Bert Rea made
a reconnaissance of the North Fork
country thc first of the week preparatory to the opening of the shooting
season.
The carnival grounds have now
been nearly dismantled. All that
remains of the scene of last
week's celebration is the queen's
throne. Even the queen's lackey is
an out-of-town visitor.
The showing at the 90-foot level
at thc Barbara nine, ('riei)wood
camp, in the bottom of the shaft is
splendid. The vein is from 15 to 18
inches wide, and recently values
have increased from 855 to $75 per
ton.
John Temple, of iheGranhy hotel,
left yesterday for Halcyon Hot
Springs.
The Grand Forks baseball team
will play the Republic club next
Sunday and Monday (Labor Day)
at Republic.
The senior boys of Knox church
Sunday school are organizing a
'Boys' Brigade." Rev. J. R. Robertson will preach a special sermon
to the boyB on Sunday night, when
The Jumbo mine, at Rossland, is
shipping 50 tons of ore per day to
the Granby smelter in this city. It
is exyected that within thirty days
the shipments will be increased to
100 tons per day. Twenty men are
employed at the mine.
Position Wanted—Man of thirty,
with energy and executive ability.
Have had seven years experience at
head of general insurance ugency in
east. Desire position in nny line of
business with promising future.
Have good general knowledge of all
lines of business. Personal interview if desired. Address G. M.
Sewai.l, Red Deer.Alta.
Geo. Fraser, M.P.P., is visiting
Chas. Thomas in Cascade for a few
days. Mr. Thomas will leave in
a few days for an extended visit to
Maine, lie will take in the St.
Louis World's Fair on his return
trip.
A very pleasant social dance was
given at thc Yale last evening in
honor of MissQuan, of Ottawa, who
is visiting at the home of her unci),
Judge Leamy, in this city. About
thirty-five couples were present, and
all spent a most enjoyable evening.
Bernard   Schartenburg   Fell
Down an Inclins at Knob
Hill Mine.
Received Fearful Injuries and
Died Soon After the
Accident.
In connection with the grievnnc
of some of the shareholders of the
Providence mine of (ireenwood, application has been made before a
high court judge in chambers to
have three of the director"! removed
from ofl'c . The causes iirS:giied
were falsifying of iiecoinTts and other
fraudulent ae s The application was
refused by the court without examining into the merits of the complaint. The ground taken by the
judge was that thc time elapsed
since the alleged wrongdoing argued
some measure of consent on the part
of the shareholders; further, that thiH
was a quarrel among members of a
corporation and was a matter to be
settled by agreement or by the majority of the shareholders. It is not
decided yet whether or not other
remedies will be sought.
'\\i\. Rea, general manager of tbe
Betts & Hesperus, states that ore
shipments to the Granby smelter
will be started with the completion
ofthe Phoenix bcanch of the V., V.
&E.
Bernard Schartenburg, a young
man of about 22 years, died Wednesday afternoon at the Phoenix
general hospital from the effects of a
fall in the glory hole of the Knob
Hill mine. The funeral waB held
today under the auspices of Phoenix
Miners' Union, No. 8, of which the
deceased was a member, the burial
taking place in the Phoenix cemetery. Schartenburg was a nipper at
the mine, and was carrying steel to
machine men in the upper part of
the glory hole or open quarry, when
he fe|l down the rocky incline some
thirty feet, some of the ore falling
with him. When examined at the
hospital it was found that his back
was broken, besides sustaining some
internal injuries, and that he could
not survive. He died five hours
after being taken to the hospital.
Deceased was a native of Germany,
coming from Wcstphatia. He has
been employed in the Granby mine
a little over a year, having been employed previously at the Morrissey
coal mines. He leaves a widow,
having been married but a few
months.
Public School Field Day
The Grand Forks public school
will celebrate Labor Day (Monday,
the 6th inst.,) by holding field sports
on the grounds of the Driving Park
association. The games will commence at 2 p.m. No admission
will be charged, and everybody is
invited to attend. A good day's
sport is assuie 1. The following is the
program of the events during the
afternoon:
OI'EN.
1. Footrace, 100yds..Boys under 16
2. High jump Boys under 16
3. Broad jump Boys under 16
4. Obstacle race Boys under 16
5. Thread and needle race	
 Boys and girls under 16
6. Pony race, } mile and repeat.
For ponies ridden regularly to
school.
HANDICAP.
7. Skipping race, 75 yards	
 Girls under 16
SENIOR OKADK.
8. Foot race, 100 yards Boys
9. Footrace, 50 yards Girls
10. Walking matoh, J-mile ....Boys
INTERMEDIATE GRADE.
11. Foot race, 100 yards Boys
12. Footrace, 60yards GlrlB
JUNIOR GRADE.
13. Foot race, 50 yardB Boys
14. Footrace, 30 yards Girls
Every nimrod in the city thnt owns
a gun is at present busily engaged
in hunting grouse and prairie
chickens in the valley.
MiBB Margaret Floyd will leave
next Monday for Spokane, where she
will attend high school. Slip -EbMiuuj §>un
OI.1S1IK1I BVBRV -ITI-SllAV ANDPRIDAV
EVKNINOS AT ORANU F0I1KS, B.C., BY
Q. A. EVANS.
sUBscnilTioN hates:
Ont year....$2.00 I Threemonlhs. .SO
Six months .. 1.00\ tlm mouth SO
Advertising rates furnished on appli
cation.
Legal notices, 10 and 5 Cts, per line
Address all commuiucutians lo
Tun Evening Sun,
PlIONB 55. GRAND  FOHKS, ll. (
Fill DAY,   SEPTEMBER   '.', 190'
The war correspondents are tbe
modern Munehausens. Lloyds' Berlin issue lor the week ending Saturday, August 25th, publishes statistics of tbe news furnished by telegrams from the seat of war in the far
east since the opening of hostilities,
showing that if every telegram bud
told the truth Russia would have
already lost 2rf battleships like the
Retvizan, 38 cf the Pelropavlovsk
type, 145 cruisers, 411 torpedo-boat
destroyers, 1-187 lopedo boats, with
80,500 wounded soldiers, 186,000
prisoners of war, and ,98,000 killed.
Japan, according to news received,
would huve lost 49 armored cruisers,
84 other cruisers, 98 destroyers and
591 torpedo boats, while her losses
in soldiers would have been 98,000
killed, 119,000 prisoners of war, and
131,000 wounded. Tbe same statistics give Port Arthur as assaulted
twelve times, in one instance being
taken after a desperate light, and six
more time surrendering.
His Hon ir Ju 1 *:; Martin, of Victoria, will preside over a sitting of
the supreme court and assize at the
c airt bouse in tbis city on October
17th.
NEWS OF THE MINES
Work iu shortly to be resumed on
tbe Blue Jay claim, in Skylark camp,
where there is a 200-foot tunnel besides n shaft of about the siinic
depth. Recent assays from tbe face
of the tunnel gave S37.
* *   *
The Mother Lode is pushing work
at its Deadwood eamp mines, and
preparing for the new ore crusher
which recently arrived at the property.
* *   *
This week a boiler has been installed on tbe Silver Cloud, one of
the high-grade claims in Skylark
camp, which has only been working
for a couple of months, but
with the best results. The shaft on
this property lias been sunk -10 feet
and splendid ore encountered, which
runs 8170 to the ton. A test shipment will shortly be made.
FHE MILDEST AND SUREST RELIEF
Fur constipated bowels and piles is
Dr. Hamilton's PiHsof Mandrake and
Butternuti which cause no griping pain
nnd act promptly. Well known lo all
doctors. Use only Dr. Hamilton's Pills.
Price 25e. II. K. Woodland, druggist.
The Records
Following are the locations, certificates of work, bills of sale, etc.,
recorded in the Government office at
Grand Forks, B. C, of the Grand
Forks mining division, from August
25th to September 1st inclusive:
1ERTIICATKS OK WORK.
Ajax, Franklin camp, McFarlane
et al.
Annie Lee, Wellington camp, W.
E. George; survey.
Parrott, Brown's camp, II. J. Bay-
ley.
Rex, Summit camp, T. E. O'Brien.
Twenty-one, Summit camp, John
A. McMaster. l':.„l™
Jumbo, Brown's camp, A. V
Down's et nl.
Auruin' Wellington camp. A. I'.
Kraseraud ('. .1. Clark.
rllliWX UI'ANTS.
King of Ihe Hills, lirceiiwoo'd
c-nnp, John N. Gredeii.
lnlennoioniil, Burnt llasin, l-'reil
Kettner.
Novdhnuseii, Burnt Basin, Fred
lvttncr.
TRANSFERS.
Thuot, franklin camp (4}), L. K.
ThliOt to Charles I'atsworlb.
ItlVOllDJll.' LOCATIONS.
Morningsiile, McRae creek, n relocation of part  of Sylvnnitc,  James
Clapperton,
Mikado, Gloucester camp, Artlmi
Langfoi'd, W. II. Warrington antl/.
1'. Meads.
Columbia, Era iKlin cninp, relocation ofC. P. R., Clara Wcsl.
Ottawa, relocation of F.veuing,
Thomas Newby.
c_And the Band Played On.
Tbe  following effusion has been
received at  Tun  SUN office from
Greenwood's poet laureate;
The.ie was a picnic once not far away,
And the crowd went over to spend tlte
day;
Tbe C.lMl. gave a special rate,
And alt were advised not to forget the
date—
And the bund played on !
The balloon went up 'way into the air;
The folks all said 'twas a jolly good
fair;
Themercury, 'twas averred by .the ladies
and babies,
Was a  knocker on   the pli ce called
hades-
Anil the band played ou '.
Two  drillers there were,  both jn-etly
good men—
Had won everytning wherever they'd
been;
With smiles on their faces and hope in
their hearts,
Tbey tackled the game, and  eaeh did
bis part—
And the band played on !
Sow, wherever you go, and  whatever
you do,
If you tin others, there are some will tin
you;
And  however   it   happens that you
didn't do well,
When you come home don't go around
and tell—
You didn't ask the man for the
money.
Coming Events
Nelson Fair, September 28th anil
29th.
Spokane Interstate Fair, October
8 to 9;
Provincial Exhibition, Vitom-ia,
September 27th to October 1st.
TO CURE FEVER CHILLS
Anil such complaints as "Shivers"
antl ague we recommend Nerviline
very highly, Twenty drops of Nerviline taken in hot water with a little
sugar three times daily not only stops
the chills, but knocks out the disease
completely. Nerviline has a direct action on fever chills and removes the
oohditii ns ciusing them. In .stomach
and bowel troubles Nerviline never
fails. It's pleasant to taste; M"'^ 1°
relieve antl always cures permanently,
Get a 25c. bottle today. H.E, Woodland, druggist.
For a nice hair-cut or shave go to
the City Barber Shop on Riverside
avenue.    Baths 2.jc.
Tho key tn biicc-p*", i* net it uigl,
key.—Clllengo "Record-IJorald."
Cciiiiirj- Doctor— V\n), -il.'*, S" withes gNtltrlC fever. ,-*iln* IIuvri.-k — Hi'ti''
tee fiaow tlmt kin lit-. We've ii"w
burni-il gne*—ftiwtye uewl luniaa.
Hi-—Tiie dressmaker a*-nl tny rtev
drum home by a boy. but «tte didn't ten -
the bill. I wolider wiiy *he didn't T Sin
—I guess the tiny couldn't carry both.
Mrs. Von nitittier—SVittU are you «o
lag to do with tho-e awllil i-i||itrst Von
Blunter—I'm saving IhiMli tor a friend oi
mine.who has just beeutne a t'hnstiat.
Scientist.—"l.ile."
Circumstances alter cases-.—"The buy,
are throwing stones at a lioor |ieddler.*-
"Outrageous." "That's what 1 think."
"Whose hoys are they?" "Yours." "Oh,
weli, boys wi" a- boys. Ut the children play."—' nicngo "Post."
Editor—You wish n position ns pi-oof
reader? Applicant—Yes. sir. "lip, vn-.i
understand the requirements nf Unit re
sponsible position?" "Perfectly, si.-.
Whenever you mnke any mistakes in IP.
paper, just blame 'em on me, and IT.
never say a word."—New York
"Weakly."
Under the Ice.
Captain Joseph La Barge, one of the
early pilots ot the Missouri River, wa«
noted (or his courage and during. Itt
the winter of 1834 he experienced the
following adventure, which i- rei-oided in
the "History of Steamboat Navigation oa
the Missouri River," by Mr. II. M. Chittenden. He had occasion lo cross tho
river, which waa frozen deep. There waa
a path across, which ran between two
large air-holes through Uu- ice. The
weather wag extremely cold, and a blie-
lard had already begun
Captain La Barge wrapped himself
in a blanket coat, held tight to his body
by a belt, and was ariiied with a rifle,
tomahawk and knife. He felt confident
of crossing all right, for the distance
was short, and he knew the way so w-all
that he felt as if ho could follow :.t
blindfolded. In fact, that wns practically hia situation, for th" wind drove
the snow into his fnee so violently that
it was Impossible to look ahead. Get
ting his bearings aa well as he eould.
he started on a bIow run in face of the
blinding storm.
It waa in any ease a reckless performance, considering the existence of tin*
air-holes near the prfthi but La Burg?
was not given to fearing iutnre dang.'i's
nnd forged boldly ahead.' l-'or once his
confidence deceived him. All of n sudden he plunged headlong into thc river.
He instantly realized that he wns in
one of the nil-holes, but which one? If
it was the lower one he wns certainly
lost, for the swift current had borfti!
him under the ice before lie came to th
surface. If it wns the upper hole, lo
might float to the low-r.
He soon rose to the surfnee and
bumped the overlying |ee. Sinking an,'
rising again, he bumped the ice n seeonii
time. The limit ot endurance waa al
most reached, when suddenly his head
emerged into the open air. Spreading
out bib hands, he caught the edge of tin
ice. He held on until he could draw hi
knife, which he plunged into the ice fa-
enough to give him some! long to po'
against, nnd after mtiell severe and perl!
'•us exertion drew himself out. He hai
stuck to his rifle all the time w'ithoii
realizing the fact, and i-aine out as lull,
n-nied as when he Weill in.
But now a tn w peril nivnit.
•dm. The storm was at lis heigh
he   cold   intense,   nod   his   cloth'n
v.'s     drenched      thlu'C.'h.      The     b.'
vllloh    he     bad     received     hid     m
hilled  tiiin  much,  for the water wa
ivannur than the air outside, and le
-i-rlions would have kept, him warn
ityw'iy, hut out in the wind the chance
vere that he would freeze if he did no
iniekly reaeii a lire. Hastily recovering
ds bearings, he set mil anew, and hit!
he good fortune to reach the post with
out further trouble.
For Sale—A good pony, 14.1 in
height; bus been constantly ridden
und driven; no better Raddle pony;
gentle and gallops fust. Apply at
this office.
'You're next" at thc Yule Barber
Shop.
K you have ft few friends to spend
ail evening nt vour home, do not forget t*> leave an order for some Hazel-
wood ice cream ut Donaldson's.
Phono 84.
The very besl smokers in town at
Donaldson's. Large-range from which
to choose.    Got our prices hy the box
■ Webbs' ohocolfttoa galore at  Dort-
iililsun's, in bulk aud in  fancy boxes.
Nicely  furnished   rooms,   with  01
without board, at thcWiunijii-g hotel.
M 1 1111   To writ* a apod im
iWrWl \   1«»yii«'write.
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TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE.
To the H-mrd of Licensing Commissi oners
In uml for the City of Grand Forks.
NOTICK Is hereby triveti that the tinder-
ulttltCd will, at the next meetlne »f the
R-mrd of Mceti-dmr <'o mini ml oners for tho
City of Grand Forks, apply for n transfer
of the Hotel License intuited in respect of
the "Winnipeg." Wlnmpetf avenue. Grand
Porks, from me to UnttlLarsen.
Dated at (irand Forks. IU\, this 8th day of
AiikiisI, 11X14.
NOItMAN JACKSON.
WM. F.NEWTON
A KKK.SII STOCK 01'
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobaccos
A handsomely litteil up
Ice Cream Parlor
.   • in connection;
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
I-TQR  HALE
.     GOOD DRY
WOOD
Delivered to any Oil  Crt C.   O.   D.
part of the city
per Cord.
Send in your orders
in advance, as weave
alwavs busy.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P, 0.
Heavy teaming of all kinds done
y J. W. Jones.
COLUMBIA HOTEL
W     JONN PETERSON, PROP.
Kinhst brands of . . . ;
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
NEAlt 0. I'. II. STATION,   '
Grand   Forks. B. C.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and surrounding territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, .Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Roses. A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man.
Pay weekly. Handsomeout-
iit'free. Write for viartieu-
larsand'send 'lf> cents for our
pocket microscope, just tlu?
""I tiling In use in examing trees
and plants for insects.
STONK A WELLINGTON,
Foorniu* Nuhskuiks,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,     -    -    -    ONTARIO
NELSON FAIRo
Second Annual Exhibition of the
l\elson Agricultural and Industrial Association
September  28th and 29th
NEW BUILDINGS     BIG PREMIUM LIST
FINE GROUNDS       NOVEL OPEN AIR ATTRACTIONS
WRITE FOR PRIZE I.19T.
J. E. Annable, Secretary,       -        -       Nelson, B C.
Granby Hotel
Most GouvRNlgNT-
ly Located Hotisi,
is -ran City. . . .
JOHN TEMPLE. Prop.
litir Supplied with the
Fiiii'st Brand") of
WINES, LIQUORS
AND CIGAKS.
FIRST STREET.
FIRST-CLASS 110 AIM).
•COMMODIOUS,   WELL
PiTRNISHED   BOOMS,
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
" THE BUIR BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Catalogue Prw, BPOKANK, « ASH
Auction  Sale
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
UNDER AND HV VIRTUE OF THK POWERS
of Bal« contained in two certain Mart-*
(timet*, whioh will b« prodnred nl time of
mill*, there will lie ottered for -tile by
PUBLIC AUCTION
nt tiie Court Hotue, (!rftii<l PorWt, nt thn
hour of lOjflO In t lis furebt>bt!* on
SATURDAY,17 SEPTEMBER, 1904
the followinjr rtonMnhln renl<li'ui-e property
)o (tniixl Porltv, nitinely:
PitroeltJ—In thn van Nm** Additiont ah
that part of Lot BluliteatJ* Blook Nine, Plnn
Twt'titv-twu, not conveyed to the V., V.-SB.
Knilwto for right of way.
Parcel 2 On Kirst street: Lot Number
Three, In Mock KlKhteen.Plon Ptftytwo.
Hoth theho iiropfrtleN nre (-nuv--nl---it|y
flltliatetl.   On eneh in t-lild to hu n   WelMmllt
Sod eomniQuloua dwelling home.
1 he paroeU will he »>cdd (.eininitely.
For terms und conditioiiH npplyto
CI.KMENT A SPKNCH,
Rlden Block. Orand Knrki,
SolicilorN for Mortk-nKt'iii.
I'ntcd August ■.tith.l!'"!.
P.Burns&Go.
DEALIiRS IN ALL  KINDS OP
FRESH C& CURED
MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GRAND FORKS, B. C.
THE
COZIEST
AND
MOST
UP-TO-
DATE
SAMPLE
ROOM
IN THK
CITY.
THK BEST OK I'VKUY-
TIUNG.
THE CLUB
FIRST STHEET
JOE THATCHKH,
PlIOPIIIETOn.
THE
COOLEST
PLACE
IN
TOWN.
ELECTRIC
FANS
IN RVBrtT
COUNEH
=3 Daily" Arrivals
of r'TPOr^TrTPTT-TQ By busing in moderate quantities
«/ *-JAN.V-"V^r^X\.lJZ/0 „,-„i taking ql,ick sales our stock
is always kept Iresh.   Our Prices, too, nre ALL RIGHT.
*C,*pTTT"*p TATDC The time put up vour winter's snp-
rrs.ui j. j.rt.rs.0 p]y „- •,,,„„ •„,„• now imwo<i  \\e
curry n large stock of jars.    All sizes.
BOOTS AND SHOES SS2
in these lines is complete. It willl pay you to inspect our gomlg
before buying elsewhere.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C, P. R, Station.
R. G. MCGUTGHEQN
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing,tion Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors anil
Windows.
Riverside    Avenue,
ll iiposite J. W. .li.res' Furniture Store.
WATCH REPAIRING
r-       Herniating and Adjusting a
Specialty.   Good work
propiptly done by
A.   D.   MORRISON.
Jeweler arid Optlcloii,
(.IKAiND    FOKK.  H. 6.
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAINEY'S
CIGAR STORE,
CALL IN
And k't-t measured for a swell
Spring Suit
We have all the latest styleH and
ran guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right, Smi us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
ilRllOIIA.STTAlI.OK,
r.KAMi PORKBi B. C
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
(i militate Pennsylvania Cpllegfl of
Dental Surgery, Philadelphia.
Office in Megaw Hlodk.
Phone MS.        (JrandVurks, BO,
Dr  FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Phone 27.
Office over Hunter-
Kendricl', Co.'s Store.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Garry a Complete Line
of PI limbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Pacific Hotel
J.J.M0INTO8H
onnunite an. it. siutl	
C.iliiinlilii  II.C
Foo Lee
ALUNDRY
FINE  LAUNDERINd.
COLLARS,   CUFFS    AND
shirts washed clman and
NJCE   AND  IRONED  BY
MACHINERY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE
RIVERSIDE  AVENUE.
WHY 00 FAST
Over tbe nun-burned, sage brush
iiiul alkali plains, when you may
justnan'oll take a delightful, cool
nml comfortable Kilo through the
heart of tlje Rooky Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on the
American continent?
This you can do by traveling on,
tho Rio (imnilc system, the far-
famed "8 -enic Line of th-' World,"
the only transcontinental line passing tlnoug'i Salt Lake City, (llen-
tvood Springs. Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to eastern points,
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all trains east
and west, and afford a choice of live
distinct routes of travel. The equipment of these trains is tho best, including free reclining chair cats,
slandard and tourist sleepers, a perfect dining car service, and also
personally conducted excursion cms,
each in charge of a competent guide,
whose business is to look after the
comfort of bis guests. Xo more
pleasant and inexpensive means of
crossing the continent ean be found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address J.
D. Mansfield, Gen. Agt., Bio Grande
Lines, No. 124 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A familiar name for tiie Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railutay-known
nil over the Union as the great ral
way running tho "Pioneer Limited
trains every day and night between St.
Paul and Chicago, and Omaha and
Chcago. "The only pdrfoct trains in
the world." Understand: Connee-
tiotiH are mode with All Transet-nti
nental Lines, assuring to uuaseirjprt
the best service known. Luxurious
coaches, electric lights, steam heat, nf
a verity equaled by no other line.
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
Fnr rates, pamphlets or   other   information, address l
H. L. Ford, H. S. Rows,
Trav. Pass. Agt,     Gen. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.    Portland, Ore.
CHURCH DIRECTORY,
KNOX. PRBSBYTKRIAN CHURCH, (irand
1'iirlin J. K. RobeifKiti- B.A., oiit-tor.
Sorvic-iK evory Sunday nt ll u.m. ora 7:iH) p,
m.'Saiiilny iqIiuoI ttiul Bible olail* H u. in.;
\V|.*.tnilnxtpr (Julld uf  C.   Ii.. Taewlny, 8
MRSTliiBTHODieTOHOKCH- Comet Muln
uml Flttliiti, .1. ?. Betta, pastor. Sorvlce**
evory Sumliiv ut 11 it. in. mul 7 .'.in p.ra.l
olaa int'«tiiiK at oli)s« uf moniluir m-rvlce;
Sunday ttcliool and BIMb cliitmat » p, in.;
prayer meeting nvery Thursday QVOtilnjc
at 8 o'clock. The public Ih cordially Invited.
HoLY '1K1M1 Y CHURi H.(Ohtircli of Km--
laUfl). Oraad  Korku, Henry Steele,  vlcar-
HolyComn Ion, B a.m.: IQarnititf prayer
undiermon, ll a. m.i Sunday lonuol, » p. in.:
eveuioiiK nml Bormoii. 1.;*>' p. in- All ure
cordially invited.
SHORT STORIES
It is related that once, when "Punch"
printed a cartoon reprt^enUny an imaginary conversation between Jainea McNeil
Whistler and Oscar Wild". Wilde wired
Whistler: "Ridiculous{ ivln-u you nml I
are together we never talk uhont nny*
thing except ourselves" "You forget,"
replied Whistler in a return telegram,
"when you and I are together wc never
talk about anything except me."
The following story is credited to n
New OrleanB lawyer, who wns asked to
address the boys of a;business school. He
commenced:—"My young friends, as i
approached tiie enrrurtue to this room 1
noticed on the panel of the door a word
eminently appropriate to nn institution
of this kind. It expresses the one tiling
most useful to the average man when an
Btep* into the arena of life.   It was "
"Pull," shouted the hoys, in a roar of
laughter, and thp lawyer frit that ho
had taken his text from the wrong side
of the door.
Recently a boating party, on the Tins-
ton Harbor, was on-Miiii; Kainsford Island, upon which there is a farm eehnol
for wayward boys. It being a holiday,
those young farmers hnd the freedom of
the Island and were appnently havin-f n
very jolly time on the shore. A lad of
seven, who had been intently watching
llieir sport from the deck of the boat,
turned to his mother nnd said eagerly:
"Uow had do you have to he to get
there, mamma?"
There was good t:*lk nt n tea pnrt>
given onee at (he observatory of Cambridge, England. Sydney Smith wag
there, nnd although he took the wonderful work of the place seriously, he had
a light manner of expressing himself
The pnrty had heen led up to look a I
Jupiter, arid tli is was his comment
".Tupiter? If you hadn't told me. I
should have tnken it for a had phlllingv'
"Where is Sir John Hersehel?" nskid one
of the guests. "Tie in nt the Cape o'
flood Hope," said the astronomer, Alrv
"He wns ordered there to observe th*
sfnrs of the southern hnmlsphere" "Ah '
said Sydney Smith. "I an pilose you iiu
tronomers, when yon arc ill. nre pd,vi«*!
to change your s'ar** jti«<t as we ord-nct'
mortals are told to chan?*- our. air"
Miss Ellene Jn-itiii, n well-known vocalist of Biooklyn. N7V., is the first
person to possess a glass gown which
can actually be worn nnd not once
only. It is of «pun glass, mode In
Dresden, Germany, and wns modelled
and cut in Paris. At the Chicago Exposition in '93 there was a glass .dress
exhibited, which became the property
of the Infanta Eulalle, hui it was only
for show and could not Ue worn. A
full description of Miss Jaqua's glass
gown Is given in the "Strand Magazine" for February.
The Chicago "Tribune's" record of
legvl executions and lynchings in the
United States in 1901 shows that 118
persons were executed and 135 were
lynched. Of those executed 71 were
negroes, and of those lynched. 107. The
executions were one fewer than in 1900,
and the lynchings were 20 more. It Is
noticeable thut of the lynchings only
39 were for murder and 19 for criminal
assault, leaving a remainder of 77 persons lynched for minor crimes. It is
noticeable also that the number of
lynchings in the Northern Status Increased from 8 in 1000 to 14 In 1901.
u
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NION HOTEL AND MU51C HALL
Bar Supplied With the Finest Lines of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars, LUNCH COUNTER---
Meals Served at All Hours, Finely Furnished
Rooms in Connection,
PETER SANTURE, Proprietor
IF YOU WANT ANYTHING
IM PI  OTHINJO  II wuu!'1  be'advisable to call and see
Ii"*   •WL-.-U I NinU  what we are doing.    No trouble  to
show goods.    For Quality, Fit and Price  in  Customs Tailoring you
cannot do better.    1 also have an agency fnr one of the best   Eastern
Houses, and if there is any
way of getting lit by sending
away for a Suit of Clothes, I
ean get it for you, as J thoroughly   understand  biking  measurement
SUITS FROM SI5 UP
lily   understand  biking  measurement
GEO.   E.  flASSIE, Grand''Forks.
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consigmnefit of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables and Solas just -arrived. Call and inspect tlieni.
Also a stock of Blankets, ('uilts, Pillows, etc., to lie sold
at greatly reduced prices. See our display of lMctincs
for Christmas.
Riverside Avenue
Grand  Forks
H
Individualities.
Shortly before Nnpoleon III. apnroprl
■ted the vacant throne of France he ont!
day asked a grout lady to explain the
difference between "nn accident1 and ':a
misfortune." "If," slip an id, "you wimp
to fall into the Seine, that would be an
accident; if they pullpd you out again,
that would be a mUfnitune."'
A little girl wns writing a composition on the rabbit, und, never having
seen a creature of nny sort, enquired ol
ler teacher whether the rabbit bad «
•ail. "Yes, a email nm1. None to Hprnh
of/' answered the teacher, This is tha
way the little girl Introduced the mutter in her composition: "The rabbit hfli
a iimsll tail—but you mustn't talk about
it." '
A newly-arrived Westerner wns con
fronted in a street of New York late at
night by a ruffian with leveled revolver,
who mode the itereut^ned demand)
"Give me your money or ['II blow your
bralni out." "Blow eway," snid' tho
Westerner; "yon can live in New York
without bruins, hut you can't without
money."
§j   Commercial
M
Wi
mini:im
certificate of
NOll.
I'KKIi Mlnar.il Inlin, -
l-'iirlc Mil.In.- IMvi.l
Whwelocnteill in Hi
TAKK Mil l''K tlmt I
> of lloollinil, II. I.i
ri'iovfnril, I -1-.... Mlti»>i''i
l'r...l Unit". Pro. Mi.
llilil'2. iiiiiIJi'Iiii Sliuu.
i-Hlt. Nn I Wlla7,inli-iiil.
.liitu liiM'i.i.r. ti.ittiiili I.i
foro Cartlficntn of In
imriiimi. ol iKiiiiniiitr n
llllllV I'lltllll.
Anil fin il. -I nil.i' in. i
Seollnii 37. tnii-i In' ni
I".in „f lilVilili
Datol lltii nraldh In)
Kr.SNi.T.I
I. ACT.
IMPROVEMENTS.
'K.
tinitp  In  llii. Criitnl
in nf Villi. Dlitrlot.
unit Raillt.
Ki'lini'tli   I.    Iliirni't.
i.'i-iit fin-   I:..I.. 11   B.
' i.rtlll..|iti'Ni.. II1S**DI
 '« C'cillllonH  Nn
'Vp. Miner'. .I'lllll-
.Ixty ili.y. from lite
Hi. MIi.Iiik ttmiordai
n|iruvi.|iii.|it.. for tin1
rniwii 'initit nf tii<-
ii'.I ilv, A.D inni
I. BUKNKT, IM..S
Printing
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RIDERAGENTSWANTED
in each txiwn to take ordors for our new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
RIIASH  FOHKS KKIH'.liAI.  I.A-
bor   Union   N.t.  281, AX.U.—
Meets    every   \\'i''lnt'»'liiv   evening
at H o'clock in    Ftvlcral    Union   hall.
I>\\- Km.i.v, l'l'cs.
Jam. A. Haiiris. Sec.
. It. f. cl.KMf.sr
. II. 8HBNCI
BarriRtem. Molloltom,
Nomrlci.. Klu.
Hldflii Itlock. iiirniT W iii«.K Av.  mul
pii.l Street,
BRAND KOI1K", B.C.
__i,- Complete $8.75
" OoSSack," Ouaranii-.il High Oradu $10.75
"Siberian,"        A Beauty $12.75
"NeudoM," hoad Kacer $14.75
no better bieyelo at any price.
Any other make or model you uiant at one-third
usual price. Cholco of any standard tlreB and best
equipment on all our bicyeles.   Strongest i/tuirantee.
We SHIP OH APPROVAL C. O. D. to any ono
v-iiluin) u cent deposit aDd allow 10 DAYS FREE
TRIAL beforo purchase is bindiDi*.
500 Second Hand Wheels fJO ,„ *tQ
taken In trado liv our Chicago retail htor* s, Utf *■* OO
all makosana modeli* good as new  T ~
MUAT DIIV a Meyelo until yon havi* wrlten for on ■
UU I DUI FACTORY PRICES AND FREE T"IAL 0FFLI .
Tirei, equipment, lundriet anil <-pr>rMnir (TixhIh of all klwH at. Imlf rei-iilar price.
Inourblglreeiimii-yc'it.-iiog. Cqntaljua world of useful Information. Write fork.
J. L MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, III. "LIKE THE OLD FRUIT -AIRS."
ELEVENTH ANNUAL
Spokane Interstate Fair
Spokane, October 3 to 9
WITH LARGE DISPLAYS IN AM, DEPARTMENTS.
12000 OFFERED FOR FliUIT AND FRUIT EXHIBITS.
MORE THAN fs30,OQO IN PREMIUMS AND PRIZES.
BTVE OR MORE EXCITING RACKS EACH DAY.   812,000 IN
PURSES.
DOWN TOWN CARNIVAL EACH NIGHT.
FIFTH REGIMENT HRITISH ARTIXLDRY HANI).
FREE HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS DAILY.
FINE MINERAL DISPLAY, DOG SHOW, ART EXH1 BIT, Etc
REMEMBER—LOW RATES AND SPECIAL EXCURSIONS ON
ALL RAILROADS.
Concession Privileges for Sale.
Write for Premium List and Race Program.
ROBT. H. COSGROVE, Secretary and Manager.
BOUNDARY    ORE   SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for   MUX), 1001,
C:
W.K.C. MANLY
...DEALER IS.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Fur=
nishings ■
o
The first consignment of a n        . -•    * ^», i
largeand up-to-date stock of   bOOlS  3.X\Q bMOCS |
Just Received.
PHONE 6
ET\
BRIDGE STREET
*° *J
A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
Also,
KODAKS
Developing
and
Printing
H. E. WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
M
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Lea*?e your orders for ICE at DONALDSON'S—PHONE (il.
Best Ice iu the eitv. Prompt Delivery. All kinds of TRANSFER WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FRANK   J.   MILLER
N. D. McINTOSH
K1RST   ST11ICKT, I'.IUNI)   FORKS
A Complete Lino of Furniture, Hardware und Cutlery Always
Carried in Stock and Sold Rod-Book Prices. Largest Variety ol
Goods in the City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought ami Sold. Cull and Inspect My Goods. A Great Variety
of Now Artielos Constantly Kept in 8tock.
STOVES A SPECIALTY. SEE MAC FOR DNRGAINS
FLOUR
IN ANY
QUANTITY
day, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELLAN &  CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Careful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET GRAND FORKS, B. C.
1008, 11)0-1. and for the past'week:
WOO ..1001.
Granbv Minos,Phoenix  64,533 231,762
Snows)  Phoenix       297 1,7:21
Mother Lode, Deadwood.,     6,840 09,034
Sunset, Deadwood   804
Morrison, Deadwood  150
1!. ('. Mine. Summit  19,494 47,405
Emma, Summit  650
Senator, .*.ummit Camp         	
Oro Denoro. Summit Camp         	
Brey Bugle, Summit.Camp         	
No."87, Suiiiniit-Cunip         	
Mountain Rose         	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1.070 1,040
(loldon Crown, Wellington     2,*250        	
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200 550
Xo. 7 Mine, Central  665
City of Paris, Central    2,000
Jewel, Long Lake 160 1-150
Providence, Providence         	
Elkhorn. (Ireenwood  	
E. P. U. and Goldfinch	
Miscellaneous    3,880 5,Sl!l
1002.
:10!),H58
20,800
141,326
7,455
100,1
898,181
74,212
188,07"
15,7.'ll
100$   Past
847,860
115,690
1903,
Week
8,550
3,188
14,811
19,865
8,530
22,().'I7
.'Hi.'!
15,5.'I7
78o
2,435
5,646
482
2,175
210
993
400
167
31,1117
1,756
14,498
222
354
66
1,098
100
Mil
2.968
176
305
22(1
Total,  tons	
'iranby Smelter treated .
99,730   390,000   007,515   684,426    528,418
02,387   230,828   312,340   401,921    386,348
12.939
10,500
BRorcmnc asthma a heavy burden
Asthma is bad enough, but when
bronchial symptoms are added the poor
sufferer has almost an intolerable existence. An absolute specific is found
in fragrant, healing Catarrhzone,which
cures chronic eases that other remedies won't even relieve. '"For years,"
writes Capt. MacDonald of Montreal,
"1 battled w.th the agonies of bron-
cl ial asthma. Often 1 couldn't sleep
for weeks at a time. I spent thousands on 1 octors and medicines without
relief, hut one dollar's worth of Co-
tarrhczon* ctrel me. Catarrhozone
can't fail; it'sgiiuranteeil. Two mouths'
treatment $1.00; trial size 25c. H. E.
Woodland, druggist.
Mining Stock Quotations
liter'.
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2.1
American Hoy	
Ben-Hur	
Bind; Tail	
Canadian Gold Fields      4-J
Caribo<|(McK.)ex-div.       \\
Centre Star      25
Deiioro Mines      22
Fail-View        8
Fisher Maiden        3
Giant        2
Granby Consolidated.$4.25
Morning Glory        U
Mountain Lion       11
North Star(E, K.)...       5
Payne	
Quilp	
Kaiiibler-Cariboo...
Han Toil	
Sullivan	
Tom Thumb        2
War Eagle Con      11
Waterloo {assess. pd ■.       1 ,*,
White Bear  "      " .,        \\
10
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WHY PRAIN WORKERS BLEAK
Man is not a machine that keeps
going as long as the steam is supplied. He is a creature of blood,|nerves
and delicately balanced organism.
Many don't realize this, but overwork
their brains and break down. Brain
workers need a Btrong, bracing tonic
1 k'e Fenozone to fortify the r nerves
and keep the blood pure and rich-
Take Ferrozone and you'll do more
work. You will have the strength- the
ambition and the desire to work be'
cause your system wiltjie in lirst-elass
order. For your health and strength,
take Fenozone regularly. Pl'ioe 50c.
Ii. E. Woodland, druggist.
The ipiestion: What will we have
for dessert? Thi' answer: Call up
Donaldson anrl get some Hazelwood
ice cream.    Phone 64.
Baths 25 cents at the Yale Barber
Shop.
Now is the time to bring in your
bicycle and get it repaired and put in
shape for the wheeling season. Gko.
ClIAPPLE, Bicycle Dealer and Repairer,
H
i
A radical change from old methods und prices Jias heen made hy
the Toronto Daily News. Tho eyes
of the llowspvpor world have
been upon The News for tho past few
months, during which time several
departures have heen made whioh
huve given that paper u widespread
reputation for enterprise and originality. This latest move is to place
The News at the price of 81.00 n
year by mail. Only a deep-founded
belief in the future success of The
News could lead the publishers to
make suoh a reduction ill price.
But just us the dollar magazine has
taken hold of the people, so, we venture to predict, The News will secure a vast and ever-increasing circulation, bused not only on the popular price at which it is soltl, but
mainly upon the intrinsic merits of
he paper.
We have arrangements concluded
which enables us to club the Toronto
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