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 >;���������;,������/  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  ������������������'.J-:;;.il  ..;,..' if  Volume V.  HEDLEY, B.C., THURSDAY,  AUGUST 5, 1909.  Number 30.  ft  Dr. C. A. JACKSON  DENTIST  [18 years' practices in Vancouver.]  S. O. L. Co.'s Block  PENTICTON,      -      -      3. C.  5  W. H. T. GAHAN  , Barrister,   Solicitor,    ,  Notary Public,, Etc.  Mdrk Block-,    ,  PENTICTON,   .   -   .  B. C.  _ STEADY GUN  Metropolitan Claim Constantly Improves Under Development  PAY ORE IK.ALMOST EVERY FACE  THE WENATCHEE BBANCH  And Much of It High Grade.���������The Prospect Stage is Left Hehind���������A Well  Ventilated Mine With Ore Dumps  Piling Up Is Now the Situation.  Track-laying Commenced on The Section  to Waterville.���������Grading Contracts  from Brewster to Oroville.  GOES TO $35.00 PER SHARE.  ONLY A WEEK MORE  United Wireless   Telegraph   Stock  Advanced from $30 to $35 on Aug. i  J. W. EDMONDS  Insurance and  General Agent  Agent for TriK Great .West,Life INSURANCE COAU'ANY.  PENTICTON,      -      -      B. C.  JflS. CLARKE  "_A7_*tchrT_e_k-esr  H_S__H_E>r, 13. c  Clocks and Watches for Sale.  R. H. ROGERS,       -,  ,M.A., B.C.L.  . BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,  ���������     NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Vernon, B. C.  HOTEL PENTICTON  Headquarters for Tourist Tra\-.cl.   ,  Kates Moderate.  A. BAitxEs/'Prop.       Penticton, B.C.  HOTEL HEDLEY  NcAvly RcnoA-ated Throughout.  Accomodation Unsurpassed.   Best only  in Liquors'anel Cigars.  D. G. Hackney, Prop.  Hedley.  Grand Union  Hotel       -  HEDLEY, B.C.  First Class Accommodation.   Bar Stocked with  Best Brands oi Liquor and Cigars.  A. WINKLER, Proprietor  A. MEGRAW  NOTARY   PUBLIC  Conveyancer,  Real Estate. Mines,  Crown   Grants   Applied   For  Under Land  Act and ���������  Mineral Act.  Agent for:  Mutual Lifo of Canada.  Hudson Bay Insuranco Co.  Columbia Fire Insurance Co.  Calgary Firo'InsiirancoCo.  London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.  Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co.  United AA'irclcss Telegraph Co.  Office  at   HEDLEY,  B.  C.  An interval of tAvo months had  elapsed since the Gazette Avas last at  the.progerties^of the Kingston Gold  and Copper Min in j? Co. and during  that time a very marked change' has  taken place and the development has  reached' a point where the dividing  line hetAveen the prospect and the  mine, stage may he said to have been  passed.��������� '.  Work is heing concentrated wholly  upon the Metropolitan and in view of  what Manager Pollock has been able  to show up there in the way of ore of  shipping grade arid the more con-  venienb Avay of handling, it in the absence of proper- mining equipment he  is acting very Avisely in concentrating  his Avork where he can do so most advantageously and have at the sarrre  time such encouraging values to Avork  on. .  When one considers the fact that  only a little over nine months   ago  there Avas no hole on the Metropolitan  more than six feet deep and that today you can Avalk into a good working  tunnel ninety feet long, blasted out by  hand from the hardest kind of tough  silicious aridesite before the  ore body  that had been explored from above by  shaft and drift Avas cut;  and that you  can noAv have your choice of right or  left hand routes by which  to make  connections with   the drifts and shaft  above and after making connection by  upraises and drifts  to the bottom of  the shaft you can climb up 47 feet of a  ladder and find yourself out again in  the open air at a point on the hill side  over one hundred feet above Avhere  you Avent in at the mouth of tunnel,  some idea may he   obtained   of   the  work. done. . But   Avhen  in   addition  you find  that the tAvo routes Avhich  fork at the end  of the tunnel, explore  Seattle, Wash., July 31.���������Realizing  the great commercial future of North  Central Washington   because   of  its  prolific wheat   fields   and   Avonderful  orchards, the Great Northern Raihvay  is preparing to rush construction Avork  in  that part of the state,  which  has  been neglected so many years from a  transportation standpoint.   Contracts  are to be let this Aveek ��������� for the construction of  a seventy mile   line to  connect Brewster and Oroville, near  the Canadian  boundary.     Later on,  this line will  be built south to a junction with the main iine at Wenatchee.  Track-laying on the Waterville branch  has beerr pushed rapidly and the work  is completed -twenty miles above the  Columbia River.   These branches Avill  be exceptionally rich feeders for the  Hill lines'. The Columbia River branch  from   the   Canadian'   boundary   Avill  ultimately   result   in   establishing a  water level haul..  PUGSLEY PROMISES NAVY  |  X  X  I  t  I  x  K  x  *  *���������������������������  x  H  x  x  X  K  *?  "       THK        X  Great 'Northern  Hotel  Princeton  Is noted OA'or the entire district for excellence of both tablo  :   :   :   :      and bar.      :   :   :   :  All tho Avants of tho traA-clling  public   carefully   attended   to.  different portions of a big ore body  (for they do not circumvent it) that in  places have given specimens containing free gold as Avell as high grade  specimens in Avhich no free gold can  be seen, but Avill nevertheless assay as  high as $300 per ton, while much of  the genex-al ore goes over $50 per ton,  and parts of these fork tunnels are  over 40 feet apart, some idea also of  the importance of the work which  Manager Pollock has achieved in that  short time,  begins to dawn upon one.  As a rule mining men do not care to  assay specimens showing visible free  gold for they are apt to give results  altogether misleading; so far as  general average .of the ore body is  concerned, and it is the general average of the ore body which seems to  please the manager best.  An important feature reA'ealed in  development of the Metropolitan is  the illustration of a theory that has  been frequently advanced, tp the effect  that there ure separate anel distinct  ore bodies in Nickel Plate Mountain  that have never come to the surface,  and this appears to be one of them.  What connection may have existed  betAveen the large important ore body  that is now under elevelopment, and  the rich surface values obtained at the  Fleet of. Warships To Co-operate, With  British Fleet on the Alantic and  the Pacific-  Victoria, B. C, July 29.���������(Special.)  ���������That Canada has'determined upon  having a navy to co-operate Avith the  imperial navy in defence of the empire  was stated by Hon.^ William Pugsley,  minister of public works,  before the  board of trade to-day.    He said :  "I look forward to seeing a number  of first-class A-essels-of-Avar, of purely  Canadian origin and manned by Canadians, stationed on both the Atlantic  and Pacific seaboards.  "The question of the Canadian navy  and of drydocks on both the Pacific  and the-Atlantic will be discussed as  soon as the delegates to the imperial  defence conference return from England. The outcome of the conference  in my opinion Avill be a decision to  construct drydocks on both Canadian  seaboards capable of accommodating  the largest battleships."  Just a year from the time it was  selling at $17.50 per share, the price of  the stock has risen to $35.00 per share,  showing an increase- of one hundred  per cent.  The reason why the stock has shown  this steady increase is that the commercial earnings have been increasing  at a still higher rate and that the system has also expanded materially.  The stock a year ago went from $17.50  to $18.50, them to $20, then to $22.50,  then to $25, then to $30, and it is now  $35. At the last general meeting in  January, 1909 the financial statement  showed "bills and accounts receivable  $170,498-01-;bills payable (the current  month's accounts) $25,996.98, and  money on hand something over $286,  000. Moreover the company's manufacturing department turn out over a  million dollars in the year of neAv  equipment'.  Since that time the construction department have been busy equipping  ne.Av ships and neAv lanel stations,  which will all the .while increase the  earning power.  Stock holders find figures like these  pleasant to contemplate.  Track-layers   Count   on   Reaching  the  Bridge Over Twenty-mile in  Seven More Days  As Twenty miio creek runs through  Hedley, the steel can be saiel to be  right in town when it reaches tlie  Twenty mile bridge, and that is where  D. Stewart expects it to be a Aveek  from to-day.  On Monday night last they were at  the upper end of Brushy Bottom, having made the distance from the second  crossing in good time, although' they  are still about 75 men short of having  their full crew.  The piles are all elriven now to Hedley, anel the bridge gang are this week  putting irr a couple of small bridges  between Bradshaw's and Hedley. One  of these is where there is an 'overhead  crossing of the Avagun road atShelder's  ranch and the other at Charlie Squa-  kini's which will require a feAV bents.  On Saturday last a steam pile-driver  reached Hedley and by Tuesday morning it was at Avork pounding in the  piles across the creek bottom near the  mouth of Trentv-mile creek.  HEAP. MUCH DRINK  FATALITY  ON V. V. & E.   GRADE  Michele Romano,  an Italian   is Killed at  No. 5 Camp and Another Injured  'BRIDGING IT OVER  How Canada and the  United States are  going  to Patch  Up  the  Little  Difference of ioo Years Ago  NIAGARA FALLS, Ont��������� July 29.���������  The suggestion to commemorate in  some suitable manner the anniversary  of ,100 years of peace betAveen the  United States and Canada,, tookanotli-  er step forward Avhen the Queen Victoria Park commissioners endorsed the  idea and resolved to press the matter  forward.  A commemorative arch to span Niagara River nearer the Falls than the  present, which bridge is the form  which the majority of people along  the frontier Avould like the memorial  to take and the commissioners are  understood to favor this suggestion.  Funds   collected   in   both   countries  "s  would pay for the erection and endoAAr-  ment of the bridge, so that it Avould  he free to the peoples of both nations  as long as it stood.  INDIANS   OUT   FOR   THE   COIN  On Wednesday of last week the first  fatal accident on the Avork Avhich has  occurred since the international boundary was crossed, took place.  The man killed was Michile Romano  an Italian from Vinchio Auro, Cam-  pobasso, Italy.  The accident occurred on a sub-contract which a group of -Italians had  taken from the contractors and they  were taking out a gravel cut by caving  it, Avhen their temporary tunnel casing  gave way Avith the Aveight of gravel  that came doAvn- on it catching  Romano and a companion, Andre  Spidero. Romano Avas not crushed,  but smothereel to death, and Spidero  had one of the bones of his leg splintered.  The deceased Avas buried next day  in the cemetery at the lower end of  Smelter flat, Rev. A. H. Cameron,  of Keremeos, officiating. ��������� Superintendent Geo. Cunningham for J. W.  SteAvard & Co.'made all arrangements  for burial and if railway contractors  are sometimes blamed for- lack of  feeling in arrangements of this kind  there Avas nothing to complain of iu  this case for nothing appeared to be  neglecteel to afford decent burial.  Former   Hedleyites   Have   Watery Experience in Osoyoos Lake  The Oroville Gazette under the caption of "Dumped in the Drink" relates  the following incident of how George  anel Harry Bowerman and Harold  came nearly being shipAvreeked.  ' 'Sunday after noon George and Harry  Bowerman and the young son  of the  former gentleman hael a thrilling experience on Osoyoos lake, although the  participants look upon it more as a joke,  than  a serious  matter.    The BoAver-  maiis live on  the east side of the lake,  b_yond  the Okanagan  Smith  ranch:  and Sunday they were  sailing home  from toAvn.   The  breeze Avas stiff and  the waves rolling'high.     The   wind,  Avas coming down the lake and they  Avere tacking across.   The  boat Avas  careening well over, anel the men were  sitting em  the upper side.    The spar  snapped Avhen a stronger gust than  usual struck the sail, and the Aveight  on   the gunnel suddenly   tipped  the  boat almost over,  half filling it Avith  water.     The men  Avere  thrown into  the lake,  but clung to the boat, heading it to ride the waves bow on.  They  remained   overboard   until    the  hoy  bailed out the craft.   The boat is of  metal,  Avith air chambers,  and hence  very buoyant.    Probably there was no-  real danger to persons Avho could keep  their heads, but it Avas hardly a pleasantry to be overboard in the middle of  Osoyoos lake Avith a gale blowing."  DEATH OF CHARLES DeBARRO  New Claims  Being  Urged  Show  Skeena Indians are Looking  for Trouble.  that  Noav that tin; Skeena Indians have  taken upon themselves to hold up  work on the  Grand Trunk Pacific: the  people are in hopes that the Dominion  spot Avhere manager Pollock sunk his | Government   will   send   a   sufficient  8������W8W������*p^W������W$������*H*W.*^������IH0_  shaft does not appear very clear. It  is enough, hoAvever, to know thatthe  oxidized seam struck last December  which has ever since been his "pillar  of ^froild' by day and his pillar of fire  by night." is still in evidence and still  apparently the key to the ore situation.  From the bottom of the initial 47 foot  shaft Avhich first encountered this  particular' seam, it has been followed  horizontally (or practically so) for  about 55 feet and without cessation or  pinch. The first Avinze sunk into it  gave $45 ore. Another drift is hoav  being run from this Avinze at right  angles to the first drift, and the face is  in ore that.is not only commencing to  Continued on Pago Two.  force of N.  W.  M.  P.  to deal  Avith  them.  Because the Metlakatla Indians got  "heap chicaniin" out of their lands on  Kaien Island, they Avant some to oome  their Avay also, and eleven Indian  graves that came Avithin the G. T. P.  right-of-way Avas the peg upon Avhich  the claim was hung. The Grand Trunk  offered to remove the bodies to another place. This failed to satisfy the  Indian relatives, who want cash according to the rank of the departed.  The highest demand is for $1,500 for a  chief Avhose ashes rested on the banks  of the Skeena for twenty years ; $700  for a plain dead Indian, $250 for a  squaAV, and $100 for each papoose.  (Similkaineen Star)  The fast thinning ranks of the old  argonauts or gold hunters Avho came to  B. C. in the early elays Avas lessened by  one on Monday night in the death of  Charles rDeBarro, at the home of his  old friend, D. McKay, Otter Valley.  The deceased aa'iis one of the first  placer' miners on Granite Creek and  struck it rich. He Avent to South  America and South Africa in search  of bigger diggings, spending most of  his little fortune, returning to Granite  Creek in broken health, which he  never regained. He AA'as a man whose  word Avas 'as gooel us gold' and had  many friends. Little is known of his  early life or relatives. He aa'jis about  60 years of age.  CANADIAN INVENTS  NEW ARMOR-PLATE.  SERIOUS   RAILWAY    ACCIDENT  Twelve   Killed   and   Ninety   Injured   in  Head-on Collision on Graves' Electric Railway Near Spokane  The rush of travel out of Spokane in  connection with the 'laud moArement,  has been attended Avith one serious  mishap. On Saturday last tAvo electric  trains on the Inland Electric Ry. of  Avhich Jay P. Graves is president, met  in head-on collision Avhich resulted in  the death of 12 persons and 90 Avere  injured.  Spokane hospitals are taxed to  the utmost to take care of the injured.  Remarkable Resisting Powers Shown by  his Production.���������Admiralty Holds  Contracts Pending Final  Tests  Harold A. Richardson, of London,  Ont., who has been in London, England for tAvo years in connection Avith  an improved process in the manufacture of armor-plate, said he had Avon  a great success, his plate being tested  by the naval authorities at Whale Is  land last Aveek.  A six-inch plate was fired at from a  distance of 120 feet by a 9.2-inch gun  Avith an armor piercing capped shell,  and no impression avus made on the  plate, though the impact shattered  the shell into thousands of pieces.  Richardson estimates that his production is at least 25 per cent better  that the German plate, and says it  should prove of inestimable value to  the admiralty Avith whom he has been  negotiating for some time. He intends  giving the old country the sole benefit  of his patent. He has already purchased a site here for his plant and  says he is backed by big men.  Richardson hints that tlie admiralty  is holding over the armor-plate contracts for the neAv Dreadnoughts until the results of his invention are  thoroughly   established.  The Moors have been credited with  killing and wounding 3000 Spaniards,  in the battle of Melilla. THE   HEDLEY GAZETTE, AUGUST 5, 1909.  ^B*  ������e Ifceief ,������������������  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  ssucd on Thursdays, by the Hisdi.ka* Gazk'i  PWNTINCi AND PlJISI.ISIUNG C'OMl'ANA",  Li.autko.  at Heellev. B. V.  .$..00  Subscriptions in Advance  Per Year.............. ...  "   ( United .States)   Advertising Rates  Measurement. 1-'linos to the inch.  Land Notices���������Certificates of improvement'', etc.  S7.IXI for 00-day notices, and ������5.00 I'orliO-day  notices.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, ������1.00 for one insertion, 25 cents for  each siibsec|iient, insertion. Over one inch,  10 cents nor'line for lirst insertion and 5  cents per lino for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  81.25: over I inch and up to -1 inches, $1.00  per inch pur month. To constant advertisers  taking larger space than four inches, on  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time.  Advertisements will bo changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftencr than once a month  tho   price of'composition. Avill bo charged at  regular rates.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the oflice by noon on Tuesday to'secure  attention for that week's issue.  A. MECiRAW, Managing Editor.  Whether it be in -idaressing a  Canadian:Club gathering in any  Qf 'the-towns'of  Canada  or in  speaking to a gathering  of imperial statesmen  in London his  J utterances are never disappointing t<\ Canadians,  for on ocea-  ' sio.ns, especially like the latter,  -���������w j Canada  is sure to be his theme  and he  talks it from the standpoint of the most ardentCanuck.  LABOR DAY SPORTS  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  The   Ottawa   Citizen   comes  out very boldly in denunciation I second base-ball ma tab.  The arrangement of the sports to be  held on Labor Day has hoav been completed by tlie committee and the detailed .programs, Avill be'issued in a few  days. The rock 'drilling contest will  beheld on the Monday morning and  in the afternoon there avi'11 be the 000  yards open, horse race, the ladjes  saddle'horse, race and the' cow-boy  race. Between-these events there will  be run tlie 100 yards foot race anel the  prospector's 220 yard race. At 4 o'clock  there will be a. .base-ball .match. On  the second 'day there will be held.the  trap shooting, Marathon race, remaining horse races and athletic sports and  THE  BANK OF  73 Years in_Business.  A Joint  Account,  Capital and Reserve Over $7,000,000  '������������������may be opened' by two  members of a family. .;���������  Either  may deposit or withdraw money on his or her own  signature alone, so tha������~either  may do the banking as is  most convenient.   .'���������������*,     ���������._.-.  $1.00 opens a Savings Account. Interest compounded  at highest current rates. Money may be withdrawn at  any time  Full Moon  1  31  ���������Last t|iiar. .  1909  AUG.  New Moon  15  First quar.  23.  1909  Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat.  1  2  3  -8.  9  10  15  1(5  17  22  23  21-  29  80  31  4,  11  is  5 ii  12 13  19 20  26 27  1  14  21  28  of what it calls gross deception  in using a special issue of Ross  rifle for the Bisley competition.  Strange to say the Ross rifle Co.  made a plain statement -that  the rifles used '.-were.exactly- the  same as they turned out for the  Canadian troops. This claim on  the part of the company, the  Citizen .does not hesitate to  characterize as a deliberate  falsehood. Somebody evidently must be lying and in any  case, until the matter is cleared  up it places Canada in a very  unenviable light.  The ladies Avill be pleased, to learn  that instead of giving a money prize  for tire ladies saddle horse race, the  committee are going to present a handsome cup.  Hedley  Branch,  L. G. MacHaffie, Manager  THE   SEAT   OF THE  TROUBLE.  A MODEL VICEROY  Of all the Governors-General  Canada  has had,  none of them  seemed ,. to   enthuse   over  this  country to the degree that the  present incumbent  of the office  has done.     Lord  Grey, also in  addition  to  his  wholeTheat ted  interest in  the country has the  happy faculty of saying and doing  the right thing at the right  time.     He   is    also   eminently  original  as Avell as apt, and the  timely  things he  thinks of are  those that have not occurred to  others.    He  is not immured' in  Rideau  Hall, but flits here and  there    over   the    length     and  breadth   of  the Dominion,  always  apparently in the best Of  humor and always interested-in.  every .thing he sees and in every  place he goes.    Just hoav  he is  taking in the Yukon and a year  or tavo  ago he  addressed  Van-  couverites  and could  tell them  more about "gassy Jack" and.of  Vancouver in  Jack's day than  most   of   them   kneAv   before.  About  a year ago  he "roughed  it"   through    the   interior    of  British Columbia, and his letter  to Premier McBride concerning  the   trip  is   regarded   by   the  Premier as  a most important  public document, in its grasp of  economics for the Avell-being of  the province,and it will go down  in our history.     If other people  would    do    pretty    nearly the  same things  as he does,   but do  them in their way instead of in  his  way,  or would  say  pretty  nearly the same  tilings to us as  he says, only say  them in their  way  instead   of   his   way,   we  would  often   feel   like   telling  them  to mind  their own  business ;  but after he has said and  done what he says and does he  makes us feel that Ave tire richer  by  just  that amount  of good  advice and  good example, and  so we are.   "Downing Street has  done us  the honor to  send  us  some very  good men  to fill the  office���������men    for   instance   like  Dufferin  and  Lansdowne,   but  it is doubtful if anyone of them  managed  to get as near to the  Canadian  people or meet their  ideal as avice-roy as Lord Grey  has done.  As the result of one of the  freak laws passed by the''Washington  state legislature which  required both contracting parties to  a marriage  to undergo  medical .examination.-before  a  marriage licence could be issued  to them, thiere has beeri a marked  decrease  of marriages performed   in   that state   and  a  corresponding increase in   the  number of those perforned in  British  Columbia,  where  residents of Washington state have  got into the habit of coming to  have the job done among people-  that are officially less inquisitive  and  not required to ask  impertinent questions.    To stop  this windfall  for the  Canadian  parsons' who  were getting the  big   end   of   the   matrimonial  business, the courts in Washington state have begun to question the  validity  of marriages  performed under those circumstances in British Columbia.  (Victoria Colonist.)  Now we are treated I o a lot of nonsense about an Indian boycott on British goods anel the commercial inA'as-  ion'.'of the great dependency by Germany and France. The real commercial danger in India Avhich threatens  British trade is the depreciation in the  value of silA'er, causing the adoption  of tlie^ghld standard. Owing to the  operation of this policy, China can  drive Europeans, out of the Indian  market. Restore the free coinage of  silver and commercial and financial  troubles Avill disappear from India, and  Avith them most of the political unrest.  Hon. John Dryden formerly  minister of Agriculture in the Ontario  government, died last Aveek. '  ���������  Benjamin Price, of Battleforil, has  been made a Canadian senator.  *W*WQWJ?JK&JZ^WM^^  x  ���������K  '*.  x  K  x  X  PURITY FLOUR  RIDGWAY'S TEAS&COFFEES  CURLEW CREAHERY BUTUER  METEOROLOGICAL.  Minimum  40  37  42  43  45  47  46  A STEADY GAIN  Continued fron Page One.  ���������resemble, strongly the hard greenish-  hued silicious rock that contained the  visible free gold struck from- the  tunnel below, but occasionally free  gold Avas becoming visible in this neAv  face. This seam itself, however, from  this cross drift was beginning to pitch  more into the hill.  THE ECONOMIC SIDE  Fortunately the raihvay has at  last come to relieve the situation. The  ore is fast piling up on the dumps and  it is no easy matter to accommodate  or holel it on the steep mountain side.  Noav, however, it Avill not be a difficult  matter to get rid of it by an aerial  tram which could take it to ore bunkers  Avhich might be constructed at the  bottom of the mountain and from  there shipped out by rail until the  question of reduction is decideil upon.  Fcav mining men Avith as meagre  equipment have been able to accomplish so much in so short a time anel  at so little outlay. It it simply an example of what may be expected where  there is the maximum of Avork and  hard horse sense with the minimum  of frill, and that is the keynote of  manager Pollock's development policy.  What the future plans of the Company may be is not knoAvn. An encouraging feature, however, is that  about a month ago Mr. A. B. Clabon,  the managing director paid a visit to  the property and Avas very much  pleased Avith the shoAving that had  been made. As far as could be judged  he seemed to favor more vigorous  prosecution of development Avetrk, and  the installation of plant. What the  effect of a conference Avith hip colleagues on the board of director's may  be remains to beseen. Butitvvouldseem  impossible that Avith the present shoAV-  ing there could be any let-up now  until the property is made a regular  producer.  The folloAving are the readings shoAv-  ing temperature, etc., for the week  ending July. 31 :  AT THE MINE.  Maximum  July 25 . 50  26 .. 55  27-       '���������'.. 58  28 .. 62  29 .. 66  30 .. 68  31 , ..'        72  Average, maximum temperature 61.57  Average minimum do 42,85  Mean temperature 52.21  Rainfall-for. the. week     .65 inches.  Snowfall       "       "           .          "'.  CORRESPONDING AA'EEK OK LAST YEAH  Highest maximum temperature 80.  A Average maximum do 70.71  LoAvest minimum do    *     25  Average minimum do 35.71  Mean do 53.20  J. A. SCHUBERT  Some of the things Ave are handling at the J. A.  Scliubert's General Store in Hedley and which we will  bo pleased to have you try if you have not already done  so. We recommend these goods-to be the very-Best on  the market and the prices are right.    We handle        . "  FRESH PRINCETON  DAIRY BUTTER  CHRISTIE'S BISCUITS  ncLAREN'S CHEESE  We handle nothing but the^ best Canned Goods,  Bacon, Hams, Evaporated Fruits, Etc.  We have a full line of Hardware, Stoves, Etc.  Our Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings are new and  Up-to-Date.  Our Dressmaking and Dry Goods Department,  under the management of Miss Forbes leaves nothing  to be desired.  CALL IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.  I J. A. SCHUBERT  %    HEDLEY, - - - B. C.     I  ft' si  I    THE  ROYAL  MEDICATED    |  I STOCK FOOD CO. I  I    Vancouver :-: B. C.    I  X __     .5.  The foliowiiig is a list of our remedies and   '���������'������''  cures, prepared by Dr. Moody *.  Minimum  46  57  5.7  49  57  49  53  AT THE MILL.  Maximum  July 25 ....      79  26 .. 77 .  27 .73 .  28 .'���������;      ,  84  29 .'. 83  30 ...'���������       83  31 .. 81 .  Average maximum temperature 80.  Average minimum          do 52.57  Mean                                  do 66.23  Rainfall for the Aveek   .      inches  SnoAvfall        "       "     .         "  CORRESPONDING AVEEK OP LAST YEAR  Highest maximum temperature 95  Average do do 80.14  Lowest minimum do 41.  Average do do 47.  Mean do 63.57  STOCK FOOD  POULTRY FOOD  CONDITION POWDERS  HOOF OINTMENT  SALVE (Healing)  LINIMENT for.Stock  LINIMENT for home use  WASH  HEAVE REMEDY  CORN CURE  GALL CURE  COLIC CURE  COUGH and GOLD CURE  BLISTER FINISH  DR.   MOODY'S   GREAT  DISCOVERY SPAVIN  CURE  Agent for Hedley and District, Shatford's Limited.  Try  ���������M.VV.VKKO30-,  I THE ROYAL MEDICATED    1  I STOCK FOOD CO.             I  I Vancouver             :-:             B. C.    I  S ' '.$  PALf_6&  Uvery, Feed & Sale Stables  HEDLEY, B. C.  IT A good stock of Horses and Rigs on  Hand.    IT Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  STAGE LINE  Stage aily, leaving Hedley 8 a. m.  and arriving at Keremeos at 11 a. m.  connecting Avith Penticton stage  anel Great Northern Raihvay.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE!  CEYLON TEA.  Pure  and   Invigorating.  NOTICE  SIMILKAMEEN LAND DISTRICT.  District of Vale.  Phono 1-1.  -   INNIS  BROS.  Proprietors.  NOTICE  TpAKE NOTICE that Henry Lee, of FairvieAV  *        B.  C,   secretary,   intend to apply for  permission to purchase tlie folloAving el ascribed  lands;���������  Commencing at a post planted at tlie northeast corner ofLotlMH, thence south-Avcstcrly  and bounded by said Lot (il!) to Lot _7S, thence  in a south-easterly direction and bounded by  Lot27S, to Lot 733, fchence north-east to Lot  '113, thence north-west bounded by Lots 113, 573  and 112 to point of commencement, containing  10 acres more or less.  HENRY LEE  Dated at Fail-view, May 28th 1009.      21-10  "AVATER ACT, 1909."  ATTENTION is called to section 192 of tho  **      "Water Act,  1909,"-which requires any  person to Avhoni any power or authority lias  been granted,   pursuant  to the   "River  and  Streams Act." to .surrender   such   authority  Avithin one year of the  pussage of sa|:I '<f\ V.iir  Act." anel rccoivca licence for same tficru-timer.  FRED. J.' FULTON.  Chief Commissioner of Lauds.  Lands Department. Victoria, 19th July, 1909.  29-1  Houses to Let.  1 Roomed House, Furnished, Avith good garden  ���������������15.00 per month.  A Roomed Cottage���������������10.00 per month.  3 Roomed Cottage���������������S.0O per month.  APPLY TO  F. H. FRENCH.  (1). Liberal Policy Conditions-  Generous Cash and   Paid-up  Values.  Automatically Extended Insurance.  (2). Progressive   and Efficient  Management���������  Loav Expenses anel GroAving  Business.  Well and Profitably Invested Funds.  Favorahle Mortality Experience.  Expanding Profits to Policy-  holelers.  A   POLICY   IN TH15   COfl-  PANY PAYS  Yrtu are invited to join its  ever-expanding 'household, to  hecome a partner in its ever-  groAvlng business, and to share  equitably in all'its benefits.  Full Information from Head  Office, Waterloo, Out., or from :  William J. Taviss  MANAGER.  Fee Block,   -   570 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, E?. C.  A. riEGRAW, Local Agent.  .  <_: THE  HEDLEY GAZETTE, AUGUST 5,   1909.  fl. J. KING & 60.  HEDLErS NEW BUT6fl__RS  The undersigned have  opened a Shop in the  commodious building  formerly occupied lay  H.-H. Messenger and  have on hand a supply  of all kinds of Meat and  Vetegables;  Town and District.  ������.js6;  A. F. & A. M.  REGcULAR. monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. 13, A. F. & A. M.,  are hclel on the seconel  Friday in  - each month in Fraternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invitcel to attend.  ARTHUR CLARE  VV. M.  K. D.  BARNES,  Secretary  f  x  -1   ���������;  *". *-7������. _, --  .   >     *������____������������*r______iiSi������  I  I  J  H  x  K  *  !_  ���������C  I.  ������������������*_���������  I  I  I  ���������������  I  3  -���������' _������ w> f"f-"i-fts * '*.. i J' c , -  \w  sfiS?! -'-'���������-'. t ^rf.-"-',v\v .---"-'.MAif  ii-ii'i' i.V.."~ i__l__l_���������UWIJiJ"'"JSSPfii> ��������� ��������� *: ���������'  Great Northern  Hotel  A neAv house containing more bed  room accommeiclation than any  other hotel in town. Table and  bar  first-class.    Rates  moderate.  >f  JOHN LIND,  Proprietor j  I>';  To Buy Cheap, Pay Gash.  Family Groceries  Ere^h and Seasonable  at the  |>heap Cash Stjore  MRS. G. B. LYONS.  THE  NEW  HOTEL  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  ���������Paul Broelhagen went to FairvieAV  last Aveek.  Ross Allen was over from the Apex  on Monday.  Louis Marcot, of Granite Creek, was  in toAvn on Monday.  Fred Richardson, .representing .the  Ames Holden Co. Avas in toAvn this  week.  John Lind, of the Great Northern  Hotel recently returned-from a trip to  Spokane. .      ,r  Mike Costello found''some likely  looking rock doAvn the river last week  on the Avest side. ��������� ���������  ' Miss Blake, a former teacher in  Hedley, will attend the Normal school  at Vancouver after the holidays.  Billy Waugli Avent out to Spokane  last Aveek to try his luck in the  scramble for .reservation- land in the  Coeur d'Alene.  Mrs. Hugh McLellan, of Calgary  and Mrs. T. W. Robinson, of Vernon  are visiting'-their.-^mother,-arid sister  Mrs. Greer and Mrs. S.L. Smith.  Dr. Simmons, dentist is up at the  Nickel Plate mine this Aveek. He expects to stay a day or two more in  town on his return from the mine  Teddy Mortimer Avell known in the  lower Okanagan and on the McKinney  route where he Avas formerly a  fieighter Avas killed last Aveek near  Lurnby, by falling oil a mower.  Mr. and Mrs. Schubert and children  and Mrs Schubert sr. went out to Penticton on Wednesday. Mrs. Schubert  is going em to Armstrong to spend a  few Aveeks Avith Mr. Schubert's relatives there.  Mr. Edward Boeing, of Hustisford,  Wis., is visiting his brother E. D.  Boeing and making his first acquaintance Avith the .mountains, and conditions prevailing in mountainous  countries.  Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Thomas, of  London, England, arrived in Hedley,  on Tuesday ��������� night, on their Avay to  Princeton to ��������� \'isit their sons. Mr.  Thomas is- 80 years of age. but stood  the journey Avell.  In spite of .what they say about the  country all going dry, the moon has  been full once this month, already,  and-will be gloriously likeAvise, another  time! before- the month is out���������if it'  don'train that night.  Princeton school did -particularly  well at the entrance examination-held'  there in June. Four candidates wrote  and all passed.1 Mr. Cochrane, the  teacher, has :been forced to give up  the.school OAving to ill-health.  The new sideAvalk at the Grand  Union, and; the accommodation provided in samefor the fruit and ornamental trees planted there .aa'o years  ago, is ^giving the premises somewhat  the appearance of Davenport's palms.  , Mike Sedich, the Austrian who met;  Avith" the ' shooting' accident at the  Golden Zone, took a decided turn for  the better about the end of the .week;  and cpnjtirnres to improve. The limb  is much easier and appears to be:heal-  ing all right.  When Pugsley undertook to change  the name of Dog Lake to VLower;  pkanagan Lake" why didn't he finish  up the job by calling Vasseauxr Lake  LoAver-LoAver Okanagan Lake and  Osoyoos .Lake Lower-LoAV,er-LoAArer  Okanagan Lake ?  ' Robert Stevenson: was in Hedley  this Aveek looking after his mining interests in this camp. Old veteran  prospectors can generally he counted  em to hold on to the properties that  stand the best chance of becoming  prizes. , That accounts for the attention he gives to his holdings in Camp  Hedley, and the prospects for realizing  on them get better all the time, for  Hedley, from now on will in all pro ha-,  bilily receive more notice from mining  capital.  Mr. A. W.Hogeland,  nepheAv of H.  A.   Hogeland,  chief engineer of the  Great Northern,  has been  putting up  at tho hotel Siruilkameen during the  past feAV days.    He is on the engineering staff   of   J.  IL   -Kennedy,' chief  engineer of the V. V. &'E;  anel has  been. assigned    to   the   oversight   of  bridge-building operations,  Avhile Eel.  Kennedy is-supervising.the track-laying.    The bridge gang are hoav at the  structure on this side of Shelder's place  and that Avork together Avith inspecting the pile-driving at Hedley is. taking his attention!   .  ;   Mr. and Mrs. G. J.- Merrill and   Mri  T. Walter Beam, arrived in Hedley oil  Tuesday.    This visit of Messrs Merrill  and Beam  is generally believed to be  for the purpose of summing up all the  evidence obtained during the long and  thorough examination  of the Nickel  Plate properties, and   important  results are expected to   follow   shortly.  The prospective buyers have the best  Avishes of the toAvn and camp.   From  observation    Hedlcyrtes are satisfied  that should the  deal go through  the  property   coulel   not fall into better  hands, and they Avelcoine a ucav era of  prosperity, amity and bon accord.  Mr. L. W. Shatford's friends are  pleased to learn that he came- nicely  through the second operation Avhich  Avas not nearly so long as the first, and  in all probability, hy this time he has  got threiugh the third. The most  gratifying feature is that everything  points to a successful outcome and  that the noted specialist Avhose skill  he has sought is fully justifying the  confidence placed in him: The unusually cool season, too, has helped  materially in relieving much of the  suffering that would otherAvise have  resulted if the season had been hot.  His friends now look forAvard to the  pleasure of Avelcoming him home a  months or so hence and congratuia-  ting;him on a permanent relief from  the distressing ailment that has caused-  himso much trouble.  A Happy  to be had on a BRITISH COLUMBIA FARM  in the British Columbia Southern; Columbia  and Kooteriay and Coliknbia and Western  Railway Company's Land Grants. Farms  Lands   eminently  suited   for  the raising of  may be purchased in these Grants   at low  figures for Cash, or on Easy Terms, from  -���������THE- ���������  (UNAPIAN PACIflCiASLWAY  Timber Lands, of the highest character,  situated in these Grants, are offered for sale in  blocks of from 640 iacres upwards.  good:shipping FACILITIES     EflSy TRANSPORTATION  For Maps, Application Forms, ^Regulations and Literature apply to  J. S. DENNIS,  Asst. to 2nd Vice President  B. C. Land Dept. Desk 9.  Calgary, Alberta.  ���������-������>���������������������������������  Everything New and  First-Class  Bar supplied Avith the Choicest  Liquors and Cigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  PLUMBING AND  TINSMITHING.  v:v?  H. B. MAU5ETTE  Is Prepared to Attend to any  in the Above Lines.  Work  Eave Troughii_g a Specialty  H. B. MAUSETTE  Keremeos St.at.lon.  H. Zibler Avas moved last Aveek to  the hospital in Vernon. It is noAv  four months since the accident happened by which his hip bone was broken, and while the bone has knit his  general condition of health and advanced age requircel more care than  he could get here, and with the doctor's advice he Avas taken out.  Before next Aveek's issue of the  Gazette comes out the whistle of the  Avork train will be heard in Hedley.  Last Saturday night found the steel  pretty Avell across Brushy Bottom.  Early this Aveek the track reacheel  Bradshaws, and as there will be very  little delay betAveen there and Hedley  the rails should be on Smelter flat in a  feAV days more.  Major A. M. Anderson had a narroAV  escape from providing another scare  head local item last Friday. He drove  down the river and discoverecl after  proceeding some elistance that he Avas  perched behind a horse that insisteel  upon Avrecking the crtift to Avhich he  Avas attached. The fractious brute became so unmanageable that the oAvner  anel elriver had to substitute another  animal at the Newman ranch, deolar-  ing that he Avoulel not drive the obstreperous beast back to toAvn for $1000.  The major also felt that he Avould prefer to stand loser the same amount  than take the role of chief performer  in another runaAvay.--Oroville Gazette.  Charlie Squakim* did some good  shooting on Friday last; He had-just  left his cabin and started for Hedley  Avhen he saw a group of five coyotes  upon the mountain side above him.  He hirstled back to his cabi n for his  30.30 and opened fire, ��������� nailing one on  the standing shot, Avhen- the others  started to run and before they got out  of range he brought down tAvo more,  thus getting three out of the five. A  running coyote is not a very easy-  thing to hit and the performance indicates a fortuitous blending of skill  and good luck, although Charlie seemed to think there was some bad luck  about it too for all that he seems to  care about Avas the brace of "three  nlunkers" that got away on him.  Coyotes seem more plentiful this year  than ever, and the increase of bounty  from $2 to $3 did not come any -too  soon. It is to be hoped that it AA'ill give  the indians fresh incentiAre to get after  them.  Inick Pickard had a horse anel saddle  .stolen a Aveek ago  last Friday  night.  It was  tied to a post in front of the  Great Northern hotel and Avhen Nick  came after it about half an hour later,  he founel it avus gone.     For a time he  took it as a joke anel thought some  felloAV had  been  playing a trick   on  him,  and  it Avas  not until  the third  day that constable Sproule Avas notified.     By this  time  the  thief  could  have got clean aAvay.   Messages Avere  sent to Princeton,  Nicola.,  Hope and  other points, but nothing has yet been  heard of it.     Some  think, - however,  that the horse is not far aAvay.   If this  be so, it is about time Ave  kneAV Avhat  home talent there may be in our midst  that is gifted in that particular line.  Hedley doesn't Avant any reputation  for local horse-stealing, such as charac-  terized some localities in  the   loAver  Okanagan.     Anyone Avho knoAA's   or  has good reason to suspect any person  of complicity in such Avork should give  the  constable  a pointer,  anil  Ave are  quite sure  that no  confidence of that.  kind Avoulel ever be   given  away by a  constable Avho Avants to elo his duty.  THE BEST 15  NONE TOO GOOD  We endeavour to keep a STOCK of  GROCERIES that cannot be excelled by  buying the best that can be procured and  keeping them always Clean and Fresh.  If you are not already buying your  Groceries from us it will pay you to give us a  trial.  ���������  ���������  -c-  Local New Laid Eggs and   Fresh  Princeton  Butter Always on hand.  Shatfords Ltd.  General Merchants  Hedley, :-: :-: B. C.  MM������������**  GENERAL NEWS.  Henry, the six-year old son of H. N.  Coursior, of Revelstoke, Avas droAvncd  last Aveek.  Madam Nordica Avas married last  Aveek.  X X  $  WHEN YOU HANKER FOR  X  X  X  X  X  I   Cured Meats,     Fish or Poultry  X  X  X  X  X  K  x  x  X  s."  ������8S  CALL UP F������HONE No. S  AND TELL YOUR WANTS TO  Ho X EE>M@MD><  HS> ESnfltetar THE  fll_������)LEY   GAZETTE,   AUGUST 5, 1909.  THE COQUAHALLA ROUTE  Saturday Sunset is Sound on That Question��������� Vancouver's Strange  Indifference  ���������    .'.-'''���������   (Siituatlay Sunset)  It is amazing and painful with Avliat  cheerful idiocy the Coast noAvspapers  in season and out of season, editorially  arid in  their news  columns, condemn  the possibility of a  practical  raihvay  .route through  the Hope  mountains.  It is incomprehensible that the coast  newspapers'should-so cavalierly'dismiss  as    impractical   a route   Avhich  means so much to the interests of this  province  and   particularly   of   Vancouver.    No railway connection which  Vancouver has   in   contemplation   is  more  valuable, to  the future of this  city's groAvth anel trade than that of  the Nicola and Similkameen,   Avhich  ���������-    also means that of the Boundary and  Kootenay.  One Avould think that any responsible neAvspaper would hesitate at  giving currency to or perpetuating the'  fallacy that -'there' is no practical'route  through the Hope Mountains. With  a pack on rny back anil in company of  au engineerT made'the trip up the  Coquahalla anel down the "Coldwater  Rivers last .week anel siiav Avhat I had  frequently been .told..existed,' .two  practical passes through those mountains and a possible third'one. On one  of them a grade of a maximun of 2.2  per cent, and on the other one of 2.1  per cent, has been obtained Avithout  any extraordinary heavy cost of construction.  Yet important as this matter is for  British Columbia, as a Avhole and of  Vancouver in particular, the Daily  Province in a' recent editorial discussing the Fraser Canyon route, says it is  the Canadian Northern's shortest and  best route to the Coast and it is hinted  that should the C. P. R. attempt to  shut out the C.N.'.R. by monopolizing  both.sides of the canyon, the Raihvay  Commission AA'oulel interfere and compel the C. P. R. to give running rights  to other roads.  The Province is very far oft the  facts. Not only is the Fraser Canyon  not the best but it is not the shortest.  On the other hand the route from  Kamloops vvi Nicola and Hope is  slightly shorter than the Thompson-  Fraser route.  If the C.P.R. could shut the C.N.R.  out of the Fraser above Hope it would  be a good thing for British Columbia  for the C. N. R. Avould then be compelled to take the Hope Mountain  route.  I have said there are two knoAvn  passes, Avith the possibility of a third.  Noav here is the first one, surveyed  :' by the V. V. & E. from the.Similkameen side: Up the West Otter Creek  to its head, through what is knoAvn  as Raihvay Pass'due Avest and crossing the Cold water- River at the" 53-  mile post from Nicola, thence up July  Creek to its head, skirting the Arider-  . son Mountains anel dropping ontei  Boston Bar Creek and down the latter  to the Coquahalla, from which point  the grade is easy and construction  lighter than the average in a mountainous country.  The second route is from Princeton  up the Tularneen to Raidroad Creek  and thence by a six mile tunnel over  to the Coquahalla. This route saves  about thirty miles of line over the  former Avhich would more than pay  for the cost of the,tunnel.  From Princeton I learned that by  an eight mile tunnel through Summit  Mountain and doAvn DeAvdney or  Fifteen Mile Creek a still better grade  could bo had. This, I" had not time to  verify, but I should not be at all surprised if it is true.  Of tlie other tAvo routes there is  absolutely not the slightest doubt.  The cost of construction should be no  heavier than, in the Fraser Canyon  Avhile there is absolutely no comparison in the tonnage possibilities  betAveen the Nicola-Similkameen and  the "Eraser.  BUY HEDLEY PROPERTY NOW  We still hold a few lots on the Business Streets which we are  offering at the old prices $300 to $450 per lot, and we  have good Residential lots in nearly every part of the  town at prices ranging from $50 up to $250 per lot.  With the railroad rapidly approaching and new mines being  opened all around us you cannot expect to buy lots at  these prices much longer.  /   1  \������  Better Secure Some Right Now, Before the Price Coes Up  Call or Write, and get full particulars.   We will be pleased to  show you around.  ey City Townsite Co'y  F. H. FRENCH  Secretary and Manager,  HEDLEY, B  ������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������<������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������  GENERAL NEWS  The harvest in the Northwest -will  be in full SAving in ten days. The railways are now transporting harvester's  from the eastern provinces. This year  it is estimated that 35.000 extra harvest hands Avill be required in Manitoba, SaskatcheAvan and Alberta.  Greece and Turkey are to fight for  possession of the Island of Crete.  The Cretans want to cast in their lot  Avith Greece.  Chicago police have grafted to the  tune of three millions.  The- A. Y. P. are trying to get up a  iiyin  g race  between  Bleriot and the  Wrights for purse of $25,000.  Building operations   are  becoming  more active at Prince Rupert.  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  IM EP  PRODU  EE6T.  6ED  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, -Manager.  BY NEATLY PRINTED STATIONERY  ���������bearing imprint of the home, office���������is  a valuable aid to the local business man,  for it shows that he is public-spirited and  loyal to his town. U Having this, he can  consistently appeal to the community in  which he resides to give him their trade.  Tlie Gazeue jod Department  Is the best equipped of any office in 'the  district, outside of Vernon and the larger  offices in the Boundary :: ::  First Class in  Every Respect.     Commercial and  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Lower Similka  . meen Valleys.    Post House on Peii-icton-  ' Princeton  Stage  Line.  Mining  Vi|  KEREflEOS,  B. C.  ;������*  "I'm Seeing Harry Lauder  All Over Again5  delightedly exclaimed a gentleman when he heard the Victor  Gram-o-phone    reproduce  Harry   Lauder's    "Wearing?.  Kilts."  So faithful is the reproduction���������so true the accent and  inflection of the voice���������that  you can almost SEE Harry  I^auder before you as these  Records are played.  Largest Type Faces.  Highest Grade Paper &  Artistic flrranoenent  Are the three essentials to good work :  Letter Heads  Note Heads  Bill Heads  Memo Heads  Statements  Business Cards  Bills op Fare  Commercial Forms  Pamphlets  Posters %c, fc.  These are seven New  Lauder Records  10 inch���������75c. Each  X 52310���������The Saftest Of The Family  X 52311���������Mister John Mackay  X 52312���������Wearing Kills  X 52313���������She Is My Daisy  X 52314���������Rising Early In The Morning  X 52315���������A Trip To Inverary  X 52316���������Wedding Of Lauchie McGraw-  and there are eight mor������.   Send  for the list.  Have you our latest catalogue?  Sent free on request. Over 3,000  Records listed.  I4?  "r*  U Anything from a visiting card to a 3-  sheet plain and colored exhibition poster.  II No job too small or none too large for us  I HEDLEY GAZETTE r.&r. GO, Ltd f  THE BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO.  of Cabada Limited, - - - Montreal.  '<+  66  We are the Western Distributors for B.C.  _____ of   VICTOR   TALKING  MACHINES,   BERLINER  GRAMOPHONES & RECORDS  Agents Wanted  DYKE, EVANS & CALLAGHAN  526 HASTING STREET, VANCOUVER,

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