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Sun.
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Ugislat/ve^t
\    SEP 171904     ■
V^ORIA,^
fh*rd Year.~No.-W- *A.
Grand Forks, B. C, Tuesday, September 13, 1904
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK
Local   Theatre   Goers   Are
Promised Better Attractions.
Next Month Will Be a Record
Breaker at Ihe Opera
House.
Manager Lew Johnson, of the
Biden opera house, hns secured the
admission of the local theatre into
Coit theatrical circuit, embracing
tho entire Pacific northwest, for
which he deserves the thanks of all
lovers of wholesome amusement.
This means much to the patrons of
the theatre. Instead occasional roving troupes, of doubtful merit, iilav-
O       \,     I ,   I
ing at tbe bouse, nil the lending
attractions booked in the other cities
of the circuit will appear nt the local
thenre.
The present theatrical season will
be opened ill this city on October
3rd by the Helvetia, who will play
i. two nights' engagements. During
the same month two other notable
attractions will appear nt the house,
namely, I'A Romance of Cpph Hollow" and Mr. Harold Nelson nnd
his company. Mr. Nelson is .i great
favorite in this city, and he will undoubtedly draw crowded houses
during Lis two nights for which he
is booked here. This year he will
be seen in a romantic military drama,
"Heart nnd Sword," in wjiich lie
opened his season in Winnipeg on
the 5th inst. The papers pf that
city devote considerable space to the
event, nnd all speaking in the highest terms both of the p'ay and the
actor.
pected reward, but he does not ask
for charity, lie goes to work again,
If Senator Haindcn is unable to
work, or is unable to get work, and
is in absolute need, lei us help bim.
The people of (irand Forks havo always responded with generosity in
eases of real need, and have done so
just recently in behalf of a most
worthy case. But they put their
bunds in their pockets nnd gave
without a Sunday exhibition.
Second—Who are the people of
Grand Forks? or who are representing tho people of (Irand Forks? Is
it the board of directors of thc carnival, or is it the basdball team, or is
it the city council, or is it
thc board of trade, or is it tbe
churches, or is it the ministers? Itl
is usual in such matters to hnve
some organization or responsible
person to act as representative of the
community, and some of the citizens would like to know who is representing them in this matter.
Third—What is meant by a "genuine wild-west entertainment on
Sunday"? Does it mean thnt the
people of Gin nil Forks nre a wild,
lawless band of savages) Does it
menu that they net in defiance of
British law? Docs it. menu thatthey
know nothing of the nature of the
Sabbath or the meaning of the
Lord's Day? I have'no doubt thnt
the people of Grand Forks, who are
always generous and charitable, and
are in addition law-abiding and self-
respecting, will realize that this
benefit entertainment has no appeal
lor tbem. Charily well placed is a
virtue; charity misplaced, is n vice,
and charity mixed with lawlessness
and profanation is n crime.
.1. R. Robkutso.v
THE PEOPLE'S  FORUM
7!) the Editor of Thc Burning Sun,
My attention has been drawn to
the "benefit entci"uinnient" to be
given "Senator Hamden" by "the
people of Grand Forks" on Sunday,
September 18th, at which there will
be a baseball gnme, races, etc., on
the race track grounds, and to which
the people of Grand Forks are in
vited for a "genuine i\ild west entertainment."
It would seem quite appropriate
to ask a few questions iu connection
litter.
M. Burrell One of the Fruit
Judges at Provincial Ex-
hibiion.
Movement   of  Grand Forks
People During Past Four
Days.
A meeting of the cluim owners of
the Southeast Knotmiay Coal* Coke
Co., Ltd., was held in the office of
Hay, McCullum * Wright Inst Saturday afternoon for the purpose of
electing a board of directors and for
ihe transaction of other business.
The cluiiriiinii, Mr. Chas. Hay, made
nn exhaustive report of the work of
the directors up to date. While no
definite offers for the property had
been received, n number of propositions for options on the claims were
under consideration. The meeting
adjourned until Thursday evening
I' this week in order that word
might be obtained from John Mcintosh, who is at |hi s nt at the
const, before the new directors nre
elected.
with tl
First—Who is Senator Hamden?
Is he destitute nnd without visible means ol support?
Is be nged nnd Infirm? Is
be crippled, or is lie blind, or is he
sick nnd helpless? I see n very nice
communication over his signature in
the News-Gazette, and nny person
who reads it must feel regret thnt he
should work four months nnd get
nothing for it. Right-thinking people must'always feel sympathy for
thc man who does not get the reward
of his labor.    But lias Senator Ham- NOTICE
den "ho stronger cluim on the charity
ofthe people of Grand Forks than
his communication would suggest?
There are hundreds of men who
work more than four months with
but tt cent's reward. Many a pros'
pector works for even years without
acent's reward, but lie does'not See Donald
therefore appeal for charity. Many] buy. He handle
a fisherman works without his   ex-1 money will buy
The City Council
The regular weekly session of the
city council was held in the council
chamber last night, Mayor Hammer, Aid. MeCnlluin, Clements, Mc
Nee, Hutton and Mai'tin being present.
A communication wns rend from
the (ireenwood bund, stilting thnt
the snrnivul directors still owed
them $150, nnd expressing the hope
that the council would use i s goo I
offices in securing the payment  of
this   sum.    The    mbar*   if   the
council expressed tbe hope that the
band would he paid in full, but inasmuch ns the council had l ol as
sumed any of the obligations of the
carnival they were unable lo render
any assistance,
The following accounts were or-
deled paid:    Ilunler-Keiidrick Co.,
$20.03; (i. P.{PrintingCo., 81.60;
ti. F. (inzeiie, $11.00; li. Ga\/, $70.27'
(i. C. Brown, $5.7flj G. F. Transfer
Co., S'22; Wm. Waters  $05.80.
The treasurer's monthly financial
Statement wns rend nnd ordered Hie I.
On motion of Aid. Clo nts und
McCallum, the chief of the lire department wns instructed to repot
ti the council monthly the condition of bis depurlmenl nnd ihe work
door bv him,
The Bohemian Concert company
gave one of the best musical entertainments ever heard H the Biden
opera house lust Saturday evening.
Kvery member of this company is
an urtiste of the highest class, und
those who did not attend missed a
rare treat. Unfortunate tbe audience wns small, doubtless owing to
the fuel thnt tbe people hnve not yet
fully iceovered from their extravagance during the late carnival.
crippled from a bad fall at Midway
Inst week, but has resumed bis duties
as U. S. customs inspector between
Danville and Marcus.
Harry Lutley, of the (Iranby smelter force, returned Saturday evening from a three months1 visit to
bis old home near Exeter, in Devonshire, England. It hns been fourteen years since Mr. Lutley left bis
home, und be noted a great number
of changes even in that staid country. He says even his own mother
recognized him only by bis voice.
He reports having spent n plensnnt
time in the old country. He visited
London nnd other large cities. On
his return trip be mndc a week's
stop-over in St. Louis. He speaks
very highly of the World's Fair,
und snys- it would take at least ten
dnys to properly view all the things
lobe met with iu thnt modern wonderland.
Messrs. J. D. Spence nnd David
Whiteside, on (heir fishing and bunting trip up the North Fork Inst w«ck,
went as far north us the McKinley
mine, where tbey viewed the havoc
wrought by tbe recent forest lires.
Mr. Spence says the men employed
at the mine barely escaped with
their lives. They managed to save
their clothing and other effects by
dropping tbem down the shaft be-
f r ■ quitting the camp. Mr. Spence
wns greatly impressed with the magnitude ofthcore bodies on the McKinley, nnd snys thnt his faith iu
GHinc] Fork's future greatness has
been greatly strengthened since he
examined the property.
Shoshone Will Install a Boiler
and Compressor Plant
at Once.
Montreal £& Boston Smelter
Will Likely Blow In
Oct. 1st.
All persons are hereby forbidden
to cross the school grounds with
tennis, horses or cuttle,
By order of the School Board.
II.C. Haxixotox,
Secretary,
in's fruit before you
tbe   best   fruit
Martin Burrell, of this cty, has
been selected asone of the judges of
the fruit display at the Provincial
Exhibition, to be held iu Victoria
from Sept. JTili to Oct. 1st. Mr.
Burrell will also make fruit exhibits
nt the Kamloops and Nelson foil*
Ihis full.
A.   V.   Ilaiuey. loeal   fruit  inspei-
r, reports thnt lhc| 'lies shipped
to tbis eity this fall from the Slates
of an exceptionally line quality,
but that the pears are quite the reverse,  being infested wilh   pest.-.     A
number ol consignments of the latter
Fruit have already been condemned.
The lit tint i if everybody, including thc coul barons, is direct'd
lo new advo tisempnl of the I ill
Wood Ynrd in this issue,
lien. Hose. Canadian customs "Hi
cor at l 'uscnile. is away on a vacation
trip. Colin Cumpbcll, of this city,
is  acting  for I im during his ah-
sei ice.
The co-partnership of Sloggy A-
Donald,   proprietors of  the Pacific
hotel, bus been dissolved bv  lllnl
consent,   Mr. Donald   retiring  fn m
the firm.    The   1 se   is  doing a
splendid business lit present, und under Mr. Sloggy's   inunagu nl   will
Undoubtedly   i in   to prosper
Mr.   Donald intend- to reside in tie
city for some lime at least.
For   Sale—South    African
•rips.    Apply at this office.
War
Frank Sherwood,
in the eity last night.
Danville, win-
Hurry Scliulter 1 A. .1. McCullum return-d fr their hunting trip
up the North Fork  Saturday  night.
They were overloaded with game.
Mrs. A. B. W, Ilojges and the
Misses Hodges returned on Sunday
evening from a three weeks' visit to
the World's Fair ill St. Louis.
le-lie Herr left today for Helena.
Mont., where he will attend a military school during Ihe coining winter.
.Joe Thatcher returned last nighl
fr  n  wiok's outing ut Christina
W. A. Harkin wenl up to Green-
wood yisteiiluv on n business  trip.
tic. U'nlihni. Moiitieu': II. I!.
Small, Vancouver; I'", Thayer, Toronto; W. O. Rowland, Sherburne;
II. D. Moore. C. W. Nye, St.Poillj
M. Gulp, Chicago; D. «'. Clark,
(iln-gow; W. T. Hunter, Greenwood,
nml K. F. Gerster, Vancouver, were
recent arrivals at the Vale hotel,
John Temple, ofthe (iranby hotel.
returned yesterday from a week's
visit fo llnlcyiui I [nl Springs.
P. Oillun. of (lice
Brown, of Rossland.
at the liruiihv hole).
For s
id, I c.
registered
llcisslighlly  this oil ec
\ good pony.   I 1.1   in
eight;   has been cortslnntly ridden
and driven; no heller saddle pony:
gentle and  gallops  last.    Apply   nl
The owners of the Shoshone mine,
situated two or three miles west of
Covert's ranch, but south of tbe international boundary line, are making preparations to install a boiler
nnd compressor plant at once. A
large quantity of ore has been blocked
out, and the mine will be n shipper
tbis winter. W. H. Fisher, of this
city,, has been awarded tbe contract
to construct a wagon road to ihe
property.
*    *    s|r*
It is understood to be thc intention of the management of the Montreal it Boston to blow the smelter ill
about the 1st of October.
It is reported that D. ('. Bench,
the well known prospector, is negotiating wilh Spokano capitalists for
the sale of several hematite iron
properties located ut tbe bead of
Christi,..' lake.
Coke shipments for ihe Boundary
Fulls   smelter   hnve    been   passing
through ihis city foi nearly u   week.
Two giant ore crushers for the
Granby mines, duplicates of the one ,
now in use, will be shipped from
the works of the Jenckes Machine
Co., at Sherbrooke, Quo., about the
1st ofOctober. Tbe other will follow later.
The Providence Mining company
declared a dividend of II) percent
per share olvthe 1st of this month.
This makes the fourth dividend declared su far.
*      :i:     -.'fi
The force now employed ut the
Mother Lode mine now numbers
about 180 men.
Work bus been started on the
framing of the timbers for ihe No. •'!
tunnel ore bins for the Granby mines,
Thenre bins will be located I ul
the   western   end of old Ironsides
avenue in Phoenix.
During August the Granby mines
shipped 12,030 tons of ore. being
nearly 8000 tons more than in July.
In   Allgllsl   1110 feet   of  development
work were done.
The prize.- in the children's department in connection with tho
Nelson fair aro very good, and include twelve prizes for peiiniansbip,
four prizes for drawing; also prizes
for map in colors; two prizes of $6
and So lor relief map of West Kootenay by pupils of high ami public
.-chon s; three prizes for collection
of postage stumps; two prizes for
lii-st bouquet of wild llowci's; two
prizes for best three house plunt-
! grown by girls under 10 year.-.
Prizes are also offered for embroidery, crochet work, monograms, diim
ing, best six button hole, and for
the best dressed doll to he dime by
girls iinilei 16 years. Millinery ~
The largest and most carefully
selected stork of Fall ami Winter
Pattern and Ready-to-Wear Hats
Children's Hats, Baby Bonnets, Etc.
ISverbrought, to Omntl Forks aviIIIiq opened up for the inspection of tbe
ladies nf the city in a few days. The goods have been shipped from Winnipeg
and will drrivo in h day or two. Cbrteel styles. Moderate prices, inspect
my goods before making your fall purchases.  Date of opening «ill be announced
rJMISS M. E. WEBB
Case Block, Cor. Bridge and Second Streets*
Slit Hunting 8>mt
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FlllD.'.V
EVKNINOS ATOI1ASI) PORKS, II.C, UY
G. A. EVANS.
as emanating from our lips, wc wish
to inform him thai he tells u delih-
ernte lie.
A nuniher of business men who
paid high prices for nils, in the bar
nival program nre still   wondering
siuHoini'i'ioN hates: I *-■■.-
Our „„,,-....$2.00 I Three months. ,5o|whnl hW*<*!J **•<*> publication
SixmonthS:. 1.00 \ Our month SO
Advertising rales furnished on application.
Legal notices, 10 aud 5 Cls. per line.
Address all cuinmuitiaitinii.i to
Tub Evening: Nun,
Phone 55.
BRAND   FORKS, II. C.
'HJE8D AY; SEPTEMBER 13, 1904
It is stnled on good authority that
the self-confessed lackey to the carnival queen nnd the mnn who holds
a sub-leuse on the Newsless-tiii/.ette
merged their intellects and luhored
for nearly'n dny in n vain effort to
invent n pertinent nnme for The
Sun*. At the end of n hard duy's
COgitntion, however, they were compelled to full hack mi an old chestnut, originated hy a mnn who hnd
to abandon the journalistic Held in
Ibis city, partly, at least, on account of the intense beat of The
Srx. As The Sun hns sinct grown
until its two issues per week mnke n
larger paper thnn the. Ncwslcss-
(iuzette, oven,tt bush lawyer ought
to know that this nnme is irrelevant.
Sir Wilfred Laurier, being inter-
Viewed yesterday as to the date of
the general elections, replied thnt it
would lirst hnve to bo decided
'whether they were going to come off
or not. The premier stated thnt the
governor-general would not be iu
Ottawa until October 1st. There is
nothing in the nbove statement, of
course, which prevents the Newsless-
Gazette from kning the exact dny of
the elections.
At the time of tbe recent celebration it wns generally supposed thut
one ('. Ituhler, the self-confessed
lackey to the carnival queen, was
only acting the part of n fool. His
subsequent actions, however, hnve
amply denionstrntiil that he was in
his native element.
The  percentage  of   illiteracy  in
Grand Porks is exi dingly small.
Out of a population of 1600 there
seems to he only two persons—the
mnn who holds ii suh-lense on the
N.-ll. nnd tbe self-confessed lackey
to the carhivftl queen—who enn
neither rend nor write.
Tin: SUN hns no objection to tbe
self-confessed lnckey reproducing
items from this paper in the
Newsless-dnzclte, but demands that
the original punctuation he adhered
to. The editor is naturally incensed
when bis pure Knglish is translated
into Choetuw.
The Sun man admits thnt be is
perfectly nt homo in every department of a newspaper office, nnd
counts it no disgrace. Hut wben
tbeself-eonfessed lackey endeavors to
palm off a winter's tnle from Seattle
There nre a number of people in
this city'who are apparently of the
opinion thut thescll'-confesscd lnckey
has no other menus of support thnn
bis good looks.
A  True  Portrait
TV \vi'm» was Inking hpr first loo»
Rt tin. ; -i of ui'i Iitloved husband,
't'lu, .'lily i,     still J  ,.|i.  "Pray examine
It Well. Ill in" .,:,; Ull' sculptor. "II
there is iiuj'.bilijl v. rung 1 enn ulter it."
'!'!„• iviienv juuio" i it witli a mixture nl sorrow an! * Olfaction.
"It i. in-:  li'<. ' -le' -aid "a per-
feet portrait—hit. !i'*ge uosn-—the sign
ul lmiiiIiii'm.." tin.' -lie bunt into tears.
"11.. ii.t- so giioj: Make, tiie nose ft
lilt'* Inrcerl"
Anticipated the Permission.
MINISTKRS hnve many Interesting
and amusing; experience*.
A clergyman or Duliuh, Minn.,
was engaged lu conversation with a
number of friends tile other day, when
eaeh started telling stories of wedding"
he had performed. One of the party
had this lo offer:
Some time ugci a great big fellow,
roughly dressed, and a wee mile of a
young wimian i-nnie to bim. They had
no witnesses, nnd. In f let, did not care
to huve any. Nevertheless, a bridesmaid and groomsman were selected
from the Household and ihe ceremony
began.   Tbey had promised to love and
j obey and all the rest of tbe service,
when the preacher announced: "Kiss
Ihe bride."
The bridegroom, on bended knee,
heslmted a Utile, tried to soy something and couldn't.
I     "Kiss the brtde," said the pastor,
! "Why, parson, I did, afore I come
here at all," replied the bridegroom,
whose face had taken the color of a
June rort.
The witnesses burst forth In laugh-
ter, while the minister had all be could
: do lo retain tne aorious expression
which he always wore when wedding
| peotlc.
TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE.
To the   l'tutrd of Ll cent-lug* Cn mm last oners
In mul forthf City of Grniul Forks.
NOTICK is hereby ijiveii tlmt tho iimler-
shrneil will, nt the next meeting* of the
Bo'mfof LicoiiNhiif(.oinrnlfii-lciTiors fo* the
City of Grain! Korku, apply for a t.■;» iisIVi-
of tin- Hotel l-ifpnue ("ranted in ri'spiTt ui'
the '> Winnipeg," Winnipeg avenue. Grniul
Kork«, from me to Kniil Larson.
Itiit-'-hii ..rami i- orks, B. <*., this 8th tiny nf
Ant-list, J9M,
NORMAN iJACKSON.
WM. P. NEWTON
A EKBSII STOCK OK
Confectionery, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobaccos
A linnilpoinelvfitteil up
Ice Cream Parlor
in connection.
COR. BRIDGE AND FIRST STREETS
Heavy 'teaming of all kinds done
y J. W. Jones.
'COLUMBIA HOTEL
|"     JONN PETERSON, PROP.
Finest brands of . . .
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
NEAR 0. I'. K. STATION,
Grand   Forks. B. C.
rpO!*"   SALE
GOOD DRY
pni't Ofthe city
,50^
pet' Cord.
For the information of one C.
Buliler we wish to state that the
editor of TiiE.Sr.x is nt all times responsible for every word .printed in
the paper.
A depression in gold mining in
Spain' nnd Australia may now lie
looked for. The Newileas-Gazettp
has begun to exploit this industry in
thecc countries.
Of course, fear hns always been
a governing trait of this paper. Uut
isn't it lather unkind of our esteemed local contemporary in remind us of this filet? We can't all
be as brave ns the Notvsless-Guzette.
It is ao easy task to he independent ill politics nfter a man has been
disowned by one party and is tail
wanted in (he other.
IF YOU ARE LOSING WEIGHT
Visitors to Spokane this week who
have taken a ride on thc street ear
out to the fair grounds say there is
a bustle of activity there which
promises that every department will
be ready when the fair opens, October 8. The new grandstand is nearly
completed and i» a much nunc attractive place than the old one and
holds more people. Chief Myers,
of the Spokano tire department, has
visited the grounds and says no
structure of the kind ever was provided with better facilities fur handling a crowd in case of accident by
lire. The grandstand is to he finished hy September 20th. Manager
Cosgrove is now almost a daily visitor to the grounds, lie louks after
everything in n general way, nnd is
assisted in the details by W. E. Par-
ninlee.supei'intenileiit of the grounds,
lie, like some of the other I ends of
de| artiuenls, bus tilled the position
for severul fairs.
your System is nut uf urder und Fer-
rii/i n ■ is iiei'ileil tiisturt u rebuilding
process, EWrozone makes new tissues,
formes ivliolosomo blood, strengthens
tile nerves and keeps your nhvsieul
condition up to the proper standard.
"I lust lifteen pounds through In
grippe," writes Cyril Lash Of Hartford, "but hi on regained niv furiaer
weight nnd improved my health bv using Ferrozone. It's the besti rebuilder
and liaest tonic I ever used." Use
Ferriiziuie—it assures heal tli. I'ri.ieoOe.
11. E.JWopdland, druggist,
"The best is the cheapest." is an
old truism, and it i.-. mure so with
fruit thnn anything else. The best
will always be found at DonuldsoVs.
CALOMEL RWNS.THE SYSFEM
And should only he used under a
doctor's urder. Fnr a mild physic take
Dr. Hamilton's Pills'of.Mandrake and
Butternut. No gripe,'no pain, certain
relief fnr headache, eiinstipntinn and
torpid liver. Use only Dr.Hamilton's
Fills. Price 2fic. H. E. Woodland,
druggist.
Baths 25 Cents at the Palace Barber
Send in your orders
in advance, as we are
always husy.
W. GLANVILLE,
COLUMBIA P. 0.
WANTED
A LOCAL SALESMAN
For   Grand   Forks   and Hur-
.■■.mutliu^ territory to represent
CANADA'S GREATEST NURSERIES
Newest varieties and specialties in Hardy Fruits, Small
Fruits, Shrubs, Ornamentals,
and Rosea: A permanent
situation, and territory reserved for the right man.
Pay weekly. Handsnmeout-
lit free. Write fur particulars andk-nd 2") cents for our
pocket miriuseope, just the
thing to use in exaraing trees
and plants for insects.
STONE & WELLINGTON,
Foothill Nurskkiks,
(Over 800 Acres)
TORONTO,    -    -    -    ONTARIO
j Shop.
For a nice hair-cut or shave po to
the City Barber Shop on Hive rsi-k
avenue.    Baths *2nc.
"You're-next" at tin
her Shop.
Palace Bur
Nicely   furnished    rooms,   with   ot
'ithcut board, at the Winnipeg hotel.
M
I   M i Ml]     To Wrltongo'ofl hand.
I H 11\ \   "*" '***i)•","i*ti*
Ytni enn 11■ *• t■ nlWH.vs secure it trooil position.
Tho hest (Jlitcoiliit
THE BLAfR BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Clltllloillie free. SPOKANE, » ASH.
NOTICE
NOTtflB IS 1IKKI5I1Y   BITRN THAT Tllli
I'li-iturini'i-.liin liemtiiforo   oxibtiiig lie-
III  lIlI'llli'lBUllMl'ln   l,.,l,.|lll,,.|ll'|-si„ il„.
I'lirili,. Hotel, I'.i-niiil -'ii !,». 'I   (1, ll.i.li.r tli."
linn iiiiini. ,,f sl-mfy & llnmilil, titti been lliis
iln.vill.Holveil In-n ul i-iu-seiit,   All debt*
'Inn  tlit. salt!   linn ui'i* tn   Im iuilil tu 0  V.
-Instnv, mul ifll i'!iitMi.r.hipil"lit. mii'iiiinti'il
fi.i' to tin* linn lire tn In. iml'l 1'V liiin.
r. V. S'.OQUY,
THOS, DONALD.
Wlinma:   I.. I-'. Mniim-mx.
Dated lliii. 12th liny nf Sel-tl'ii.lipl-, 1004,
Mortgage Sale.
UNDI'K AN'I) HV VIHTUB OK Till-: POWBH
nf Sole on tfrtuo'l « witnm Hortjrajre,
tvtiloh will bn pro lifted al time ufSnle, (here
will be offered forsulo hv Public Au-'ti.*.., hy
SATUROAY.THE rJRST DAY SF OCT., IS04,
nt eleven o'ulnok fu tlio roreubitu, nt the
Court rt-iii*.i' Urtttitl Wtirl", Hint  proijertj
situ..ted iu the City nf Onuttl Bnrks, nnd
ii.ii ik.sciI of Lot Number T\vn, in Hlooh
S'unil-er PourteetiVnooorilltiffto Man Two .1 ^-
t =■ i of the inlil eity.
Un the |M-o|iei'tV 1h Bftid to lie tiie UVo -lory
i.ioidin •  com mo lily  kiiojvn ns the   Miner
llm.se
lor   terms   nml   eondi'ioiiH   apply   to  tbe
Auctioneer, or to
MAODONKLt.MoMASTKtta 'Ji'AUY,
Til Vol.ire Street.Tornelo, Uut.
Dated this 12th dtiy of September, IM,
Auction  Sale
DESiRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY
IINDBR AND Bar VIRTUB OP THK POWRRR
U    of Snle eontiiined  in two  certnIn  Mnr-1-
miKew, which will lie produced nt time of
Tale, there will Im offered for *ul« by
PUBLIC AUCTION
ut the Court   House, Grniul    Korku,   nt the
hour of 10(80 in ths furenOoti- on
SATURDAY, 17 SEPTEMBER, 1904
tin- follnwlli-r ilpul-iiiliti' ri'niili'iii-i' |irti|itirt,v
iu Gnliul l-'i'l-ks, iilliilfly:
l'.,r,-,-l"l-In tin' Vim Ni".» Aitilltlati: All
tlmt I'ult" of Lot Kinliti'i-li, llliii-li Mm'. Hun
lii.-iitv-tivn, nut iniiyi'ji'il tn tiie V., V.AB.
Itiillmiy Im rlsln ol wiiy.
I'lii-i'i-l 2 un Ktrnt Street: Lot Nnmlier
Three, tn lt|,u-U tfiKlineil. I''»" liliy-tm,.
null, then iiroTOrtlw nt';'  i'onveiiiei,tl.v
itttlUte*.   0 ii-h li.-Illil tn on ll   lii-ll-linilt
lie „„li,,iiMl»i'llli'i;liniii.i'.
] he immli will be wiju ■ irately.
l'ort..m.nn,UonjlHI(.').«i.i,lyt„.!.c|;
Iliilni, Illni'll.Uiieiil Fiii'k,,
SulleltorB Inl' M"rt!.-u»i,i.rt.
Dnteil AiiRllntl.Trth, ion'-
NELSON FAIRo
Second Annual Exhibition of the
Nelson Agricultural and Industrial Association
September  28th and 29th
NEW BUILDINGS      BIG PREMIUM LIST
FINE GROUNDS       NOVEL OPEN AIR ATTRACTIONS
WHITE Wilt PRIZE LIST.
J. E. Annable, Secretary,
Nelson, B. C.
Granby Hotel
MostConvknient-
I.VI.OCATI-III HllTI-ll,
ix the City. . .  .
JOHN TEMPLE, Prop.
Jinr Supplied '"th the
Filll'st   Bl'lUllls ()f
-WINKS, LTQUORS
AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET.
FIHSX-CLASS BOARD.
COMMODIOUS,   WELL
FURNISHED   ROOMS.
GRAND FORKS, B.C.
P.Burns&Co.
DEALERS IN  ALL  KINDS OE
FRESH a CURED
MEATS-
EISH AND GAME IN SEASON
GR 4 ND FORKS, 13. C.
■o-
TIIK BEST OI' ETERY-
TIIIN'C.
first street
JOE THATCHER,
Vlllll'lllliTOIl,
THE
COOLEST
PLACE
IX
TOWN.
ELEC*
TRIO
KANS.
IX   EVK11Y
CORNER \4
Daily" Arrivals
of r,T?Or,T-TT?TT7lQ By buylng-in-moderatequantities
«/    yJJS\J\sS2jIS.l.LLiO ftn • making ^jd; Bt,fM 0Hr Httwk
is always kept Iresli.   Our Prices, too, nre ALL RIGHT.
*C,*pTTT"*p TATPQ The time put up your winter's sup-
rRUIl JARO p|y ot je„,-* •,„„ now uri.ivl.,i.   Wi
carry u large stock of jars.    All sizes.
BOOTS AND SHOES ZSS
in these lines is complete.    It Willi pay you to inspect our goods
before buying elsewhere.
Phone 30
J. H. HODSON
Opposite C, P, R, Station,
R. C. MCGUTGHEON
CABINET MAKER
Turning, Scroll Work, Saw
Filing, Gun Repairing, Manufacturer of Screen Doors anil
Windows.
Riverside   Avenue.
lilMinsitn J. W. Jones' Kin-nit or.. Store.
WATCH REPAIRING
Regulating und Adjusting a
Specialty.    Good work
promptly Hone by
A.   U.   MORRISON,
Jeweler unrl Opttcifin,
t.KANn    KOHK,  H. C.
•    HEADQUARTERS
FOR
SMOKERS'
SUPPLIES
RAWS
CIGAR STORE,
CALL NOW
And get measured  for a .swell
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
We have all the latest style.'; and
uan guarantee you satisfaction,
and our prices are right. See us
before ordering elsewhere.
W. H. DINSMORE,
MKROHANTTAlI.Utl,
4*.Itf ANH PORKS* H. C
Dr   FOLLICK
DENTIST
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental
College.
Office over Hunter-
Phone 27. Kendrick Co.'s Store.
GEO.   CHAPPLE
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
I Carry a Complete Line
of Plumbing Specialties.
UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
DR. MACDONALD
DENTIST
ttnnliiiiti' Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery, Philarlelphia.
Office in Megaw Block,
Pliohe 138;        Ci-niiil Kurks, B.C.
Pacific Hotel
J..I. UclNTOBII
Om'iuilte C.P.R. Station,
Ciiliiiiiliin  II.C
Foo Lee
LAUNDRY
FINE  LAUNDEHliNO.
COLLARS,    CUFFS    AND
SH1HT8 WASHED CLEAN  AND
NICE   AND   IHONED  HY
MACHINERY,     NEW
MEN EMPLOYED.
NEXT TO CHINESE STORE
HIVEUSIDE AVENUE.
WHY GO EAST
Over the sun-liurneil, Bflge brush
anil alkali plains, when you may
just an well take a delightful, cool
and comfortable ride through thc
heart of die Rocky Mountains in
view of the grandest scenery on the
American continent?
This you can do by traveling mi,
j the Rio Grande system, the far-
famed "S ionic Line of th" World,"
the only transcontinental line passing through Salt Lake City, Glen-
wood Springs, Leadville, Colorado
Springs and Denver enroute to eastern points.
Three daily express twins make
close connections with all trains cast
and west, and afford a choice of five
distinct routes of travel. The equip?
. ment of these trains is the best, including free reclining chair cars.
standard and tourist sleepers, a perfect   dining   car   service, and   nlsn
i personally conduct ed excursion cais,
each in charge of a Competent guide,
whose business is to look after the
comfort of his guests. No more
pleasant and inexpensive means of
crossing thi ntinent enn be found
than is provided by these excursions.
For additional details address J.
I). Mansfield, Gen. Agt., Rio Grande
Lines, No. 12-1 Third Street, Portland, Ore.
THE  MILWAUKEE
A faniiliar name for the Chicago;
Milwaukee & St.Paul Kuilwuv known
all over the Union-as the gretll rail
way running the "Pioneer Limited"
trains every day and night hi-twi-enSl.
Paul and Chicago', and Omaha an I
Chcago. "The only perfect trains in
the world." Understand; Connee-
tions are ma.de with All TmiiM-onti
nental Lines, assuring to pas:« liters
the best service known. Luxurious
coaches, ojectrie lights- steam heat, of
a verity equaled by no other line.
See tlmt your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
in the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
.For rates, pamphlets or   other   information, address
R. L. Fobd, U.S. Rowk,
Trav. I'ass. Agt.,     Gen. Agent,
Spokane, Wash.    Portland, Ore.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
KNOX IMtl'.SHYTl.iMAN OHUltCH', (iniml
Korku-.!. K. Hubertinti; H.A.. |m»tor.
ServioeBevoi'*.' Sunday i»t 11 a.m. anl 7.8Q i>.
in.;Stiiiila> BullOOJ mul Itililf utuss, H p. Dl.j
Ui-stmiiistci- Guild of C. iv.. Tiienday, a
kIkst METHODIST CHUKt'H Curiipr Main
and Kiltli sth. J, K. Betts,pflntor. S«rvicen
overy Sunday nt 11 a. in. and 7.8U p.m.:
olais meettiiff ot olettoof morning servloej
Sunday Bohool and Hll>le <;Iiiknnt 8 p, m.\
prayed meeting every Thiirrtu; avei.liifc
ut S o'clock, lite pitulioii cordially invite ti
HOLYTRlNITYCHUUiH(Chtiroli of Man;,
lutul), Grand Forks, Henry Steele, vicur-
Holv ComniiMiiuti. 8 a. m.j miniiirijr prayer
und'nennoii. 11 0. m.;Siinday ■olluOl, 8 i>. in.;
evonioiig ■•■"'■Btrooii- Tiw p. m. All are
eordiully invited.
SKCRT STORILS
Once, when thev were talking literature, Mrs. Isobcl 'Strong aaiil to Robert
Louis Stevenson: "At least you hnve no
mannerisms." Wheniipon Stevenson
took a copy of his own "Merry Men.
which she wns reading, out of her hands,
and read, "It was a wonderful clear
night of stirs." "Oh." he said, "how
many, many times I hnve written a won
derful clear night of stars/"
Ia 1885 an Englishman and his wife
were being driven ahmit Ireland by a
rather melancholy jiuvt-y. who ooilld Bee
no silver lining to the cloud overshadow
ing his country nnd his own partictihu
trade. "Never mind, Pat/' said the Eng
lishmnn, "you'll have a grand time
when they give you Home Rule. Be-
dad, yer banner, and we will—for a
week." "Why for n week?" "Drlvm nil
the gintry to* the boat," answered Pat.
That Sir Henrv Irv.irig is quite capable
of maintaining Ms dignity under somewhat trying cireum-U; mes is' shown by
the following nneedole which is told of
the tragedian by Mr. C. R, Kennedy of
the "Everyman" company. On one occasion living's company, having been
called to the theater for rehearsal, found
upon their arrival thnt they were considerably ahead of time. As Sir Henry
had not yet arrived, one of the act ins ir,
the company, who was noted for his ae
complislimcnts as a mimic, pmcetdd to
give a lively and elaborate imitation of
Sir Henry's highly crVuvcii riatje a: ting.
As he finished hia demonstration, a wclT-
kno-Wfl voice came .i in the depths of
the darkened auditorium: "Very -.rood,"
it said. "Very good indeed! So good,
in fact, that there 1b no fieed for both of
us in this company."
Lincoln's greatest. .l;I triumph wm
the acquittal of an old neighbor named
Duff Armstrong, who \..t.s charged with
murder. Several witut-i-*** testified that
they saw the accused commit the deed
one night about eleven o'clock. Lincoln
attempted no croas-ejijtininiliort, except
to persuade tlu m to tMu rule tjieii: stare-
ments and to explain tin t they were able
to see the net distinctly h i-.iuse of the
bright mupnlight. Hy st-vtMuruf Ihe pro
scenting witnci-sc* hi pru\cd ttif exact
position and **i.':e of the moult at the time
of the murder. The pvoseetttlon then
rested, and Lincoln, addiyssiug the cmirt
nnd me jury, afliiounvi'tl iliat lie It mi no
dt fence to submit except an atmnluie,
which would show that there Whs no
moon on that uigat. Thc state's httor-
ncy was piiraly/ed, but the court admitted the alraariltt! ns competent testimony, aud every witness ivas completely
impeached and convicted ol perjury. Tli*
verdict w-n nut guiiiy.
George   MereJitli   recently   said   of
■ te   brilliant   nnd   beautiful   leader   *
Inglish   society:   "She  did   not   mere!
tiuffla  the  cards;  she  was  one  of   t1
•nek."   An* earlier leader, Lady Hollar
vas not one of the pacU. to borrow t
•lirasc, and she was inclined to s!".:!1
cr cards— which included princes, pee*.,
luliticians and poets—with mure or h
ourish.   SJie exacted hmnnge; it pleas'
cr to see distinguished  men  fetch  a*
•arry in her drawing-room.   It was «y
if her little habits to drop her handKi
■liief for someone to pick up and 1et.11
0 her on bended knees. One evening
dinner at Holland   House,  when  e
md   dropped    her    hand kerchief    t*u
Irties in close succession, Count IVOr-
"turned it to her the third tim», sijrtr
Prav, my lady, lind  I  not  better tn1
•iv seat under tin- tablet"
An anecdote  which   hns  lately   bee
■oing the rounds in Hritish official cir
•lei concerns the memorable experience
if a certain member of Parlhutrr-trt during  the  last  year  of  Queen   Viutoria'**
reign.    The  statesman   in   question   i-
•lot one of those who are most  tlrmly
•onvinced of the benents of total alt-tin
nee, and the evening of a certain public
unction   at   which   royalty   was   to   be*
present found him in n condition which
would not have been edifying tn the supporters   of   thnt   movement.     The   lute
Juoen was receiving the guests of honor,
md it was nccess-iy that the convivial
<V. should  be pre*/"  '-d  with the rest.
\s   be   approached   I i-   sovereign.   Vie-
prill extended hei hand lor him to kiss.
tut   he   did   not    kt--   it;   instead,   ho
rasped nnd shook h  with vigorous en-
•husiasm, while he scrutinised her face
.villi grave perplexity.   "Your face ma-
tam," he observed, "is perfectly familiar
i) me. but I'm Mowed if 1 can remember
vour name!"
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TheCity Wood Yard
Is now ready to supply Tamarack and
Fir Wood in any
length.
Yours for orders,
FRANCIS & STONE.
Office:  Rutherford's Stable,
Second Street Phone 129
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NION HOTEL AND MU5IC 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
J. W.Jones
Furniture Dealer
A large consignment of Lounges, Dining-room Chairs,
Tables and Sofas just arrived. Call nnd inspect them.
Also a stock of Blnnkets, (Juilts, Pillows, etc., to be sold
at greatly reduced prices. Sec mir display of Pictures
for Christmas.
Riverside Avenue
Grand  Forks
9
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Commercial   ^
Printing
(IINBUAI. 'IT.
CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICK.
PKKI1 vliu.,-1,,1 Inlir, .iMiiitf  III  thi' tli-iliiil
I'.irl.H   Mlnin .   1'ivi.l f   Villi.   DUtriot.
Wl.i'ii. Ii,iinli..l:   Iii (limit Klikli .
TAHI-.   oil   ■   tlmt I  lii'i.n-tli.l.   Hi 1.
1    ul Hn.-.Ian.I, 11.1 ..11." nl  (nr   Hubert   K
Crowdirtl.F Mini'i-'«"'i-iM.i-iiii'N'i. n;si.ipi
l-'r...|   I.111,.,...   I-'|    Ml.,.-.-',   fi'i-liliinli'   Si,
in-iii.:,nml.1..im S'in»,   ,"i' .Mliiiir'« ■ erllll-
i-uti. Nn 1 Minn.Iiitrnil,.Ixty .Invs fii.in il
.Im.- Iii.ii.i.l. miini'l, i"i ii'Mliiinu Iteiiortli
fi.ru I'l'i-lllii-iil" .it   In- vninriit.. (nr  11
liilrimmndililnl.iliiK ui i-.miiflraiit ,.t il
lilniviliiliii.
Anil f.nllii'i- lllllfl 1111 i.-i-lliiit -I'-tii.n. uii'li
Seolliin 87. ini.-i hp 1 «l li'f t
litiini f .in li t'..|.|liii..it .■ "1 [111111 ......iii-iii
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K, .NN. T     I. Ill IINl.'l' IM..S
RHANI)  FOWKM I'LDidlAi.  I.A-
l„„-   Union   N"   231,  A.I. I'.-
Meets    every    Weilnesday    evening
at 8 o'clock in   I'Vil.-nil   Union  rial
Dan  Kki.i.y, Pits.
Jas. A. Haiiiiis, Sei*.
03
I
I We Sun Office |
mBBBEB&BSBSBB
BiirrlHlLTM, i-i.llcltorn
N.111.1-K-   '"•>
■ 11.1m. Illook, CurillT  ll'lnlillinit  An
Kl,-.i -i........
flUANII I■■"l.'K*. II. 0.
RIDERAGENTSWANTED
In euch town to take orders for our new High Grado
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
"Bellise," complete $8.75
" Cossack," Ouarantinl llluh aradc $10.75
"Siberian," A Baa-it*/ $12.75
"Neudovf," hoad llacer $14.75
no betler bloyole at nny (u ieo.
^ltiv other mnke or model you want at one-third
usual pi ice, Choice of any standard tiros and best
equipment, on all our birycles.  Strongest guarantee.
Wc SHIP OH APPROVAL 0, 0. D. to any one
trillion! a cent deposit una allow 10 DAYS FRET
TRIAL before piiri'haso is btadlDD.
500 Second Hand Wheels **» .   ->#
liik.-u [ti trnilo by nur CIiIpqco nlull sttn-es. Ug lO |AS^
all maKis mill nmili'ls, rikkI as nnw    "
MliflT DIIV 6 lilry.'lo mull you l.ni-i- v.-rllnn for •>■
RUI   DUI  FUCIORY PRICES »ND FREE l'lAI. 01 i-L. .
Tiro*, equipment, lundriei ,-ui.l Himrllnir stiiihIk of nil kltuln. nl linir r.-1-i.li.r lira"
in oui l,..i fre.i sundry c:it;itini. C.iilnliisnH'orlllnf nst'tul li.'.iiii.nll.iii. IVnl. '-.r 1 .
J. L. MElD CYCLE CO., Chicago, HI.
rJtt
^mh
mm "LIKE THE OLD FRUIT FAIRS.'
ELEVENTH ANNUAL
Spokane Interstate Fair
Spokane, October 3 to 9
WITH I.AliCK DISPLAYS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS,
$2000 OFFERED 1'OR PRXJlT AND FRUIT KNIIIIl
MORE THAN $80,000 IX PREMIUMS AND I
FIVE OH MORE EXCITING RACES EACH DAY.   tVl
PURSES.
DOWN* TOWN CARNIVAL EACH NIGHT.
KII'TH REGIMENT BRITISH ARTILLDRY BAND.
I'll F.I': HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS I
FINE MINERAL DISPLAY, DOG SHOW.ART KXIIII
REMEMBER—LOW RATES AND SPECIAL EXCUHSH
ALL RAILROADS,
ITS,
lll/KS.
000 IN
(ALLY.
JIT, Bro
INSON
Concussion Privileges for Salt'.
Write for Premium List and Unite Program.
ROUT. 11. COSGROVE, Secretary-and Manager.
♦
1,721     20,800     71,-21 *J        	
09,08*1    141,829   188,079   126,808
SIM
IfiO
47,40.")
1,040
550
lili."i
5,801
7,455
16
781
880
14,811
Id
:!(io
8,530
22
15
937
308
"i.i"
785
2
485
5
046
482
2,175
219
993
400
HIT
1,507
BOUNDARY    ORE    SHIPMENTS
The following table gives the oro shipments of Boundary minos for  1900, 1901, 1903,
1903, 1901. nml for the past week:
7900      utoi.      1002.      ioo.i       1004   Past Week
(.rnnliy Miui's.l'liiiciiix  64,583   281,702   St)9,858   898,181    376,880     10,440
Snowshoe. I'hoonix        207
Mother I .in le, Deadwood.,    5,840
Sunset, Dcndwood 	
Morrison. Dcndwood .'	
I!. ('. Mini-. Summit N9.-I9-I
Kiiiinn. Siiiniiiil	
Senator, *iiiiiinil Camp	
Oro Donnm, Summit Camp	
I'ri'V  Fugle, Siiiiiniit Cnuip 	
Nn. .'!7, Siiiiiniit Camp	
Mountain Roue	
Winnipeg, Wellington     1,070
GoldenCiown, Wellington     2,2*i0
Athelstan, Wellington     1,200
No. 7 Mine. Central	
Citv of Paris, Central     2.001)
Jewol, UmgLnkc        160
Providence, Providence	
IClkhorn, Greenwood 	
IC. P, U. anil GoMBnch	
Miscellaneous ',    8,880
84,092
1,75(1
16,731
222
351
364
501
305
22(i
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W.K.C. MANLY
...UEAI.KK IN.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Groceries and Gent's Furnishings — ■
Tho first consignment of a  ■-, . *  ,-■,«
largeand up-to-date stockof  bOOtS attdbnOeS
Just Received
PHONE 6
BT\
BRIDGE STREET
- —vj
A PLEASURE TO SHOW.
Supplies
Also,
Developing
and
Printing
H. E, WOODLAND,
DRUGGIST.
PHONE 13 FIRST STREET
Ice!  Ice! Ice!
Leave ymir orders for ICE .at DONALDSON'S—PHONE 64,
Best Ice in the eity. Prompt 'Delivery. All kinds uf TRANSITU WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FRANK   J.   MILLER
N. D. McINTOSH "
I-'IUST   STUKKT, QRAND    PORKS
A Complete Line of Furniture, Hardware nnd Cutlery Always
Carried In Stock and Sold Hod-Bock Prices. Largest. Vaf'ioty of
(mods in the City.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
Bought and Sold.   Call antl Inspect My Goods.   A Great Variety
of New Artieles Constantly Kept in Stock.
STOVES A SPECIALTY. SEE MAC FOR BARGAINS
FLOUR ^
N ANY
ANTITY
Hay, Grain and Feed.
N. McLELLAN  &   CO.
White Bros.
Jewelers and
Opticians
Cin-i'ful attention
given to
Watch Repairing.
Engraving a Specialty.
BRIDGE STREET GRAND FORKS, fi. C.
Total, tons  00,730   390,000   507,615   084,426   650,700
Iranby Smelter treated  02,387   230,828   812.340   401,021   408.384
15,981
12,067
w
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AN EfFICIlNi' TPEA1M5NT FOR CATARRH
Will first destroy t!;ogerinHthttt excite*" thediseaHe. Thon there ai'.-? uum-
birleas sore spots in the muuonu membrane to be healed, livery requirement of a perfect cure Eor catarrh.is
found in fragrant, heeling Catarrhozone, which uo.tonly instantly kills the
germs but restores tho diseaxd m-m-
braheH tn a normal condion and pre- ^&t$
vents the relapse which is sure to foi- | I J
low thr use of ordinary reinedii's. (!n l£||il
tarrhozone is a scientific cure for catarrh thft relieves quicker, is more
peasant, more certain to uurj thnn
any other, known remedy. Failure is
impossible, lasting cure is guaranteed,
Use only Catarrhozone. Two months'
treatment 81.00; trial size 25o. II. K.
W o lilund, druggist.
\j^\j&3u& tat ucjatji
(fa THK   TORONTO ffa
Idaily news!
I I
Ytt AND THE gfel
fi fi
NM^. $ QRAND F01**KS SUN m
fi
ear|
Asked,
American Boy        2
Ben-Hur       2J
Black Tail        3
Canadian l.'iilil  l-'irlils
Cnriliui|(lli'K.)ex-iliv.
Centre Star	
Iii'imi'ii .Mini's	
Fairview	
Fisher Maiden        .'I 2
(jiant        2
Granbv Consolidated.$4.25     $3.50
4.1
ll
3
Morning Glory	
Mountain Lion	
North Stur (I-:, K.).
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