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 Er^xsr^i^p-  In  /<- '<- , ���������',>*"*;*������������������ '���������'     ' '*��������� -     "       ' '  ���������   ���������-'-"   -' /' ',"  ;';���������  jui }���������<> "uW" ;;  -   '    ���������   >r':^':' '���������������������������.���������'���������' ''. '���������  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER  Volume XL      Number^26^S  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1915.  <*^������&>    $2.00, In Advance  N. Thompson phone seymotjr 59������  '     MGK. AVESTEKN CANADA  Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.  0     Steel Manufacturers  " ���������-   J   ' rt Sheffield, Eng-.  - Offices and Warehouse, 847-63 Beatty Street  ."-���������", Vancouver, B. C.  LOYAL ORANGEMEN  HOLD CELEBRATION  Parade Led by the Hedley  Brass Band Marches to  Martial Music  RQ  r a. f. & a. m.  REGULAR monthly meetings of  Hedley Lodge No. -13, A. F. & A. M.,  are held on the second Friday in  each month in E'raternity hall, Hedley. Visiting  brethren are cordially invited lo attend.  A. CREELMAN,  . W. M  S. E. HAMILTON  Secretary  li  le.  te  L. O. L.  u   '    The Regular . meetings of  Hedloy Lodge 1744 are lield on  the  first and third Monday in  OA-ery month in the Orange Hall  Ladies meet 2nd and i Mondays  Visiting brethern are cordially invited  A. J. KING, W. M  C. P. DALTOX, Sec't.  R.  F������.  BROWN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  -.Tel. No.'27     " P. O. Dkaavek 160  PENTICTON,  B. C.  P. W. GREGORY  A '    ���������  CIVIL  ENGINEER and BRITISH  COLUMBIA LAND SURVEYOR  Star Building       -       Princeton  W/alterClayton  Barrister, SolicitorrEtc.  MO.VEY TO LOAN'1  PENTICTON,  B. C.  HEDLEY OPERA HOUSE  J. HOWE, flanager  Roller Skating* on Tuesday and-Thursday  each AA-eek, from 8���������10:30 p.m.; admission  25c, skates supplied.    Mondays from 2:30  to 5 p.m. for ladies only, free.  Also open for Dances and OtherEngagements.  GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL  HEDLEY B.C.  Bar-and Table the Best. - Rates Moderate  First Class Accommodation  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor.   .  EGGS FOR HATCHING  From imported heavy laying  strains of  WHITE WYANDOTTES   and   Single Comb Whit������e Leghorns  Day old chicks for sale about end  of March.  A feAV White Leghorn Roosters for  '' ' '������������������ sale "   '   '���������  ;   '  James Murdoch  Sterling Creek,       -       Hedley, B.C.  AVHEN  WHITING ADVERTISERS PLEASE  MENTION THE GAZETTE  i'Grand Union f  X  st  x  *k  X  X  K  X  X  X  Hotel %  HEDLEY,  British Columbia x  X  X  ========:   X  X  ������  X  Rates���������$1.50 a Day and Up  First-Class Accommodation  {������ Bar Stocked with Best Brands  j*  of Liquor and Cigars  K  X  % A.   WINKLER,     Proprietor  The 225th anniversary-of the Battle  of the Boyne was celebrated in Hedley  on Monday, July 12th, under the auspices of the Similkameen County Loyal  Orange Lodge.    The, arrangements for  the day were'in the hands of the local  lodge and every effort w.as -made to  make' the" demonstration ' a  success.  From 7:30 a. m. until noon auto's and  rigs kept arriving from Keremeos and  Princeton, the croAvd 'from Princeton  .being especially large.   The'local Orange "lodge met from s9 to 10 and the  ladies' Orange   lodge  from  10 -to 11.  The parade was then formed under the  direction of   Bro. Dan McCurdy/ of  Keremeos, who acted as County Director of Ceremonies.   Bro. McCurdy, on'  the customary white horse, was in the  lead.   Then came two members carrying a large Union Jack, folloAved by  the    chaplain    of     Princeton    lodge  Avith   the * open    bible., ,   A   feature  of   the   parade   this   year*   Avas   the  marching of the ladies' Orange lodges.  Princeton ladies' lodge was in the lead,'  followed"*;by the Hedley ladies' lodge.  Then  came** Princeton   Loyal Orange  Lodge No. 2102, Keremeos L. O. L. No.  1770,  and Hedley L. 6. L. No. 17-14.  The Hedley Brass Band accompanied  the procession and played appropriate  music along the line * of   march  and  at the grounds. "  On arrival at the grounds the Na-  tional jA.nthe'111 was .sung and. three  cheers given for thej King, after which  the proceedings were adjourned until  1:30 p. m. At 1:30 p. m. Bro. H. F.  Jones called the people together at the  speakers' stand to listen .to addresses  from Bro. Dan McCurdy of Keremeos,  Bro.S. R. Gibson of Princeton and M.  W. Bro. J.W. Whrteley of Vancouver.  W. Bro. Perley Russell of Princeton,  County Master of the Similkameen,  and Bro. Ed. Lee, W. M. of Keremeos  L. O. L. No. 1770, also occupied seats  on the platform. The first speaker,  Bro. McCurdy, referred to the pleasure  of the Keremeos brethren in attending  the celebration, and also made refer  ence to the present crisis in the affairs  of the Empire, and the way in which  the Orangemen of Canada were doing  their duty. The next speaker, Bro.  Gibson, on behalf of the Orangemen  of Piinceton, thanked the* members of  the Hedley lodge for making the cele-  bration possible this year, and expressed the wish that it Avould be a grand  success." ������������������'-.���������'    .'������������������'.. ;'���������;.' vj. :/']J-:-  The next speaker was M.JVi Bro. J  W. Whiteley, of Vancouver, provincial  organizer of the association.   He referred to the pleasure it gave him to  be in Hedley to assist the Orangemen  of the Similkameen   in   making   the  day's proceedings a success.   He also  explained the reason why the Orangemen commemorated the Battle of the  Boyne, and also stated that as a result  of this beittle, the principles of the Bill  of Rights  Avere  maintained and civil  and religious liberty guaranteed to the  people of Great'Britain.    As these liberties Avere guaranteed to Protestants  and Roman Catholics alike, the speaker claimed that Roman Catholics bad  just as much right to  celebrate  the  12th of July as  the members of the  Orange Association.    He then pointed  out that the Orange Association had  no animosity Avhatever towards indi*-  vicinal Roman Catholics, and Orangemen Avere taught that.a Roman Catholic had just as much right to Avorship  Continuod on Pago Foiir.  HEDLEY TO SEND  -    A MACHINE GUN  As Ave go to, press Ave learn  that the movement which originated up at'the mine, to'send  a machine gun to the front .has  met with signal- success and already, within a few hours of  the opening, of the lists, nearly  $1000 has .been subscribed,  and  ' * ' -  what more .is needed is assured.  *     1  *.   /  In addition "a very substantial  purse has been collected and  will be-presented to Charley  Saunders who leaves for the Old  1 '*  Country in^a.few days to enlist.  It will be a matter of keen  satisfaction .to- the patriots of  the Nickle Plate to - know that  every bullet from that machine  gun represents their protest to  the unholy .aggression of the  ambitious Teuton: '  The incident speaks in unanswerable language of-the loyalty of our citizens , and ' of the  readiness with which they will  give of their means.*for the de-  f ense of the Empire.    .  We doubt-if-any other town  of the size of Hedley can show  such a record of enthusiastic,  self-denying patriotism as has  been shown here since the call  first went' forth ' for" men and  money. -.  THE  CANADIAN  PATRIOTIC FUND  Comprehensive Report by  His Honor Lieutenant-  Governor Barnard  JOHN CORRIGAN  HEARD FROM  SUPPLIES ACKNOWLEDGED  The Secretary,  Hedley Ladies' SeAving Circle.  Hedley, B. C.  -Dear Madam,���������  I beg to acknowledge with thanks  the generous donation of respirators,  socks, pilloAvs, clothing, etc., from the  Hedley Ladies' SeAving Circle, Hedley,  B.C., to the service of this Society.  Yours faithfully,  The Canadian Red Cross Society,  Per M. K.  KEREMEOS  SERVICES  Divine service Avill be conducted in  the church on Sunday, July 18. Morning service, 11-a.m.: subject: "The  Judgment Day." Evening service, 7:30  p.m.; subject: "The Clarion'Call and  Chief Quest of the Hour." A hearty-  invitation is extended to all. Preacher-  Rev. R. G. Stewart.  NOTICE!  .The undersigned begs to announce  to readers of the   Gazette   that   the  plant and business of the Hedley Gazette Avhich came back on his hands  on the 1st of April, and has since been  conducted by Mr. Geo. E. French, has  been sold to Mr. A. B. S. Stanley, of  Creston, B. C, for Avhom he bespeaks  the patronage and support of the people  of Hedley and  the  Similkameen  Valley.   Mr.  Stanley is  a printer of  long and varied experience in sonie of  the  best   printing   establishments   of  Canada and  the   United   States  and  with  an  up-to-date plant like that of  the Hedley Gazette at his command  the patrons of the paper may expect a  high  class  of Avork and excellent service throughout.  The new proprietor is pleased Avith  the appearance of Hedley and the  Similkameen Valley and intends to  make it his home, and the'writer has  pleasure in commending him to the  public. A. MEGRAW.  We are in receipt of a letter from  Mr. AndreAv Porter, of Keremeos, enclosing a letter from Mr. W. J. Goepel,  avIio is Deputy Minister of Finance  and Honorary Secretary-Treasurer of  the Provincial Branch of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund, in Avhich he lequests  the'publication of the following interview Avith His" Honor Lieutenant-Governor Barnard, Chairman of the -Provincial Branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund. * a-  In-relation to its operations in British Columbia, His Honor Lieutenant-  Governor Barnard, chairman of the  Provincial" Branch of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund, upon being intervieAV-  ed yesterday, said:  "The Fund Avas organized shortly  after- the Avar broke out, at the instance  of His Royal Highness the Duke of  Connaught, Governor General, the objects being set forth in an appeal by  His Royal Highness to create a fund  for the relief of our brave soldiers who  volunteered for active service at home  and abroad. l  "In this Province a Provincial  breinch Avas organized and an active  campaign for the collection of funds  Avas commenced. Branches were  formed throughout the Province with  collecting and relief committees.  "Its activities anl the knoAvledge  that patriotic, Canadians would see,  that the dependents of those fighting  their battles would be cared for Avas  no doubt an incentive to recruiting,  and the enlistment of married men for  overseas service was thereby encouraged.  "Although the fund is a national  one, Avith its head office at OttaAva,  still it has been the effort to have each  Province collect within its boundaries  sufficient to furnish its proportion of  the amoun6 required to meet the demands of the dependents of those volunteering from the Province.  "In this respect British Columbia  has so far been successful, but should  the war last, as it may, for a longer  period than at first contemplated,  more money will be required in order  to maintain our proportion of contributions.  ���������'Where   large   contributions   have  been made by banking, railway, insurance and other corporations operating  throughout the Dominion, a share of  the amount has been credited as having been collected Avithin the Province  but this figure has not yet been  determined and hence  is   not   included   in  figures quoted.  The   approximate   amount  collected   to  May 31   by  '  the Provincial   branch  is  (exclusive of the Victoria'  Patriotic Aid Society)...$   33,901,04  Victoria Patriotic Aid  Soc.  (mainly for Canadian Patriotic Fund)    110,000.00  Remitted direct to  OttaAva  from contributors Avithin  this province      29.S21.32  Vancouver   Citizens'   War-  Relief Fund. ".    137,453.02  Tells of Thrilling Air Fight  in Which British Have  '    Advantage  In the course of a letter written to  his father, from Shorncliffe, England,  dated May 31, Private John Corrigan,  who left Vancouver with the second  contingent, Avrites as folloAvs:���������  "I arrived  over in safety but I can  tell   you   Ave h.id   a   close   call.     We  passed a big C.P.R. boat in the English  Channel on   the 28th.   A feAV   hours  afterwards she avus torpedoed and sunk  by a German submarine.    It Avas Avait-  ing for us but I guess we Avere a little  bit ahead of them.    Tavo British torpedo boeits came out and took us  into  port and Ave Averej all glad to sec* them.  There is a big bunch of men here training and I suppose Ave Avill be held for  some  time yet.    This  is  a fine  k*A-el  camp to drill on and have- skirmishing  on the hills.    There was some,excitement here yesterday.    A big German  aeroplane fleAv over the camp with tAvo  Biitish airships after it.    They chased  it for quite a distance and Ave could see  that they must have hit it and set it  on fire. It Avas certainly a fine sight to  watch  a fire  up in the sky.    I guess  they are fighting good and hard at the  front noAV and  the Canadians are in  the thick of it .by all accounts.   The  British are driving the Germans little  by  little.   There  is all kinds of noise  here.    The artillery are practising in  the distance and you   can  hear*   the  booming  of   big, guns  quite, plainly.  The SOth Battalion  from" Victoria is  stationed here*,   that is, about half of  them.    The other  half is  fighting at  the front.   There are quite a few Similkameen felloAvs Avith them but I can't  trace any of them yet.    I guess there  Avere a lot of people anxious about us  fellows coming across and the nrost of  us Avere out drilling in life-belts every  day,  also having   boat   drill."���������West  Yale RevieAV.  Provincial Branch      32,595.71  Total   $132,986.72  The amount paid out for the  month of May Avas $ 24,782.32  "This Avill probably increase Avith  the new recruiting until by December  the monthly demand Avill be at least fit  the rate of $40,000 per month. The  number of families receiving assistence  for the month of May was:  Vancouver  S54'  Victoria  389  Other parts of the Province  275  Total..   $317,175.3S  "British Columbia's proportion of  amounts contributed ��������� by banking  houses, insurance and other large enter-prises peiid in from the head offices  to the Central Fund is not included.  "Amount paid out to dependents to  May 31 has been:..  Vancouver    $65,430.72  Victoria Patriotic Aid Society.........      34,960.29  Total (families).  1,509  "It should be noted that the cities of  NeAv Westminster and Kamloops have  local relief funds not eiffiliated Avith  the Canadian Patriotic Fund and eire  at present supporting the families of  soldiers residing in those cities. Correct information as to the number has  not been obtained.  "The expenses of administering the  fund have been practically nominal.  In Vancouver the city officials and a  volunteer committee performed the  duties free of cost to the Vancouver  War Relief Fund prior to his affiliation  Avith the Canadian Patriotic Fund.  "In Victoria the Victoria Patriotic  Aid Society is under the able management of Mr. R. H. Swinerton, its honorary secretary, Avho has practically  devoted the whole of his valuable time  to its work without remuneration, and  has provided an office without charge,  the expenses, therefore, being limited  to cost of printing, stationery, light,  fuel and tAvo assistants, in all less than  Continued on Pago Four '-\-'."V. \-r���������;'"',-���������"',';>'*?,"*s'v:���������*",' -j .  " - - *.' -.  I  THE HEDIEY GAZETTE, JULY 15. 1915  e$  and  Similkameen Advertiser.  Subscriptions in Advance !  Per Year , S-'.OO i  "   (Uiiitetl'Sttite*-!  -.'.60 j  Advertising Rates j  Me.Kuromout. 1- lines to tlie ineli. j  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  ineli, Sl-00 for one insertion. 25 cents for  each Mibseciucnt Insertion. Over one ineli.  10 cents per lino for ilrst insertion and 5  cents per line for each subsequent, insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month  31.-J5; over 1 inch and up to i inches, Sl.00  per inch per 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  ot time.  Certificate of Improvement*- S10.no  (AVhcie more than one claim appear.-,  in notice. $2.30 for each additional  claim.)  A. B. S. STANLEY, Editor  ' should secure the copy in which  I that notice was inserted and  ; have it placed in a gl.'iss case as  . one of the curiosities of British  j Columbia journalism.���������Victor-  i ian.  COMMUNICATION    i  All corre-pontlenco to the editor of the Gazette  must bear -.ignatiire, otherwise it will not  be published. The editor assumes no responsibility for the views contained in correspondence.  Last quar.  ���������1  IP  First  quar.  19  New "Moon  Full Moon  20  1915  JULY  191S  Sun. Mori.  Tues. Wed. Thu. Fri  . Sat.  l  2  3  4       5  0        7       S  9  10  11      12  13      14' U5  Iii  17  IS     19  20     21      22  23  24  25     '20  27     2S.    29.  30  31  In assuming control of the  Hedley Gazette we desire to  make a few statements with regard to our position.  It shall be our aim at all  times to consider the interests  of Hedley .first, the Valley of  the Similkameen next, the Province, the Dominion and the  Empire in turn.  The greatest good to the  greatest number is a principle  that at times demands actions  and expressions wliich perhaps  might be construed to mean  partizanship but such a thing is  far from our purpose. We shall  endeavor to serve the Avhole  community as far as one can do  so consistently and maintain his  identity.  Politically we are no man's  servant, and will toady to no  politician but will fearlessly advocate the views of the man  whose principle it is to. represent the people in a'fair and impartial manner, whose life is  open and whose character is  clear.  In the crisis in which Canada  and the Empire iioav find them-  , selves we shall endeavor to present the actual conditions as we  believe them to be and shall  seek to encourage patriotism  and devotion to the Empire in  this great struggle in which the  world is looking to her as the  leader, tind the smaller powers  as the-emancipator.  Our columns are always open  to a fair and impersonal discussion of national or local affairs  and the editor will ahvays ex-  tend a welcome to any who  wish to make his acquaintance  in the editorial sanctum.  Hedley, B.C.. July 9, 1915.  To the Editor,  -��������� Hedley Gazette.  Dear Sir: Permit me to suggest that  you point out to patents, through your  valuable paper, the great danger the  young buys are running in trying to  swim across the river down at the  dam.  YesLei'day 1 saAV tAvo small boys,  both under twelve years of age, swim  across, and it wa*, all that they could  do to make the shore,, and needless to  say the didn't swim beick.  There is absolutely no protection-for  such useless and unnecessary risk, and  any mother will do Avell ��������� to warn, her-  boy to stay near tlie shore.     " '   ���������  There is enough sorrow in the world  already Avithout our town being visited with a drowning tragedy.  Yours truly,  C. P. DALTON.  material. Tire bulletin tells of the results obtained in European, United  States and Canadian municipalities in  using wood for paving and gives the  methods by Avhich the best results  have been obtained. Any resident of  Canada interested may have a copy of  this bulletin free by writing to the  Director of Forestry, Department of  the Interior, Ottawa.  HEDLEY BOY  KILLED IN ACTION  TEN  YEARS  AGO  (From the  Hedley Gazette of July    \  13th, 1905.)      ....      .}  C.-A. R. Lambly has been gazetted  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and  Works. (  The Canadian Bank of Commerce is  opening a branch in Princeton this  week.  Mr. and Mrs. Garrison are leaving  Hrdley, and will take up their abode  in Washington state. Mrs. Garrison  left yer-terday morning.  Finlay Fraser's new building on  Scott avenue is coming along in good  form these clays. The building is 60 x  25, Avith good high ceilings both upstairs and down. As Hedley is at the-  present time without a public heill  the provision being made by Mr.  Fraser to supply the Avant will be  duly appreciated.  Rev. A. J. FoAvlie Avas down from  Princeton last Aveek Avhen a meeting  of the local Presbyterians was held.  It is expected that Mr*. FoAvlie Avill  henceforth hold service here "fortnightly. >  Real Estate DejVTj.��������� There has  been some business doing in real* estate on the east .side of the creek.. Recently an understanding .was arrived  at among the. owners, Messrs. C. E.  Thomas, of Princeton, and L. O. Hed-  lund and J.. Greenhill, of Hedley, to  divide up their holdings and leave each  free to dispose of their OAvn. Last  AA'e'ek Gillespie and Haslam effected the  sale of some thirty odd lots of L. O.  Hedlund's portion to J. 'Mairhofer for  a fair consideration.  ARE WOODEN PAVEMENTS ,  GOOD PAVEMENTS?  The Kaslo Kootenaian says  that in has a feAV subscribers  who have not paid up to date,  a*nd that it proposes to be lenient and give these, delinquents  just one more week to pay up  or their names will be dropped  from the list of that great home  journal. The Kootenaian is  unique but right, and the Provincial Librarian, Mr. Schoftelcl,  The linking up of science and industry Avas Avhat Hon. AV. J. Roche, Minister of the Interior, had in vieAv in  establishing a forest- products laboratory of Canada under the Dominion  Forestry Branch. The plan is that expert chemists ;md technical men devote their Avhole time to discovering  neAv uses for Canadian woods and better methods for applying Avoods to  their old uses, so that our citizens may  secure the greatest efficiency and profit in handling this great natural resource. One of the fruits of this plan  is the bulletin just issued by the Forestry Branch on "Treated Wood Block  Paving." The question of Avooden paving is ei most important one to Canada  Avhich has such great supplies of this  A letter received  by  Mr.   Alfred  J.  EdAvards,  of> Winchester,   Mass.,  re-  ii  ports the death of his  son,   Sidney J.  Edwards in Belgium on , the night of  May 20th. He Avas instantly killed by  the bursting of a shell AA'hile performing duty as a' member of a machine  gun section." "1     ���������    ��������� *  Sidney, John Edwards --was the son  of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Edwards of  Wedgeniere Heights, Mass. He was a  graduate of the Winchester High  School and of the Burdette Business  College, of Boston. . Following ' his  graduation he Avas^ in the- employ- of  the A. C. Lawrence Leather Co., ,of  Boston for-, a number of years. ��������� He left  Winchester nine years ago and Avent  to the Canadian NortliAvest Avhere he  secured employment in the reduction  plant of the Hedley Gold Mining .Co.-,  at Hedley, B. C. -��������� At the opening of  enlistment-in- Canada, he joined the  British forces and was .a-'member of  the first Canadian contingent to go to  the Continent.. He Avas 30- years of  age. -  ' The following I<>tter Avas'received by  Mr. EclAvards from Lieut H. Price, of  Sid EdAva id's company: , .. * .. *i  France, May 24, 1915  To Mr. A. J."^Ed wards, Winchester,  Mass., U. S. A.  Dear Mr. Edwards:  *���������  It is Avith deep regret that-1 have to  tell you about the death of -Sidney J.  EdAvards, who Avas a -member of my  pleitoon. He was- killed on the,night  of May 20th while performing his duty  as only a Britis,her can. About two  Aveeks ago he Avas taken from my platoon to help to form a machine gun  section ;md it avhs while acting in that  capacity that he avhs" killed by the  bursting of ei shell. It Avill be a little  consolation to you to knoAv that he  did not suffer at all, for he Avas killed  instemtly, and also to knoAv that he  Avas a general favorite Avith everybody  Avith whom he Avas brought into contact. I feel like all the members of  the platoon, that.I have* lost a brother,  He Avas certainly a son to be proud of  and his Avas a glorious end, one Avhich  I would look upon Avith pride if he Avas  a son of mine. I can fissure you that  you have the heartfelt sympathy of  eveay man in the platoon. Accept my  sympathy arid believe me, yours very  sincerely, H. PRICE, Lieut.  The above from the Winchester,  (Mass.) Star, refers to,Sid EdAvards,  Avho worked in the mill and AA-as Avell  and favorably known here, and the  neAvs of his death will be read Avith regret by many of our'Hedley people..  " Great: Fortunes From  Little Savings Grow"  rpHE founders of fortunes fought their ways from  ���������****��������� poverty*. They started small, and grew great by  saving. With ready money, they were able to take  advantage of the opportunities that made them  wealthy and famous. Make your start today; open an  account in the Savings Department of The Bank of  British North America and save something each week  or month, until YOUR'opportunity*presents itself.'   nr'HJC"  40  78 Years in Business.   Capita' arid Purnlua $7,884,000.  Hedley Branch      -   . , -      C. p. DALTON, Manager  HEDLEY GAZETTE  JOB PEPARTMElSfr  WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF    '...".    .  Letterheads  Billheads.  Envelopes.  Statements  Meal Tickets  Milk'Tickets  Ball Programs  Posters  Do'dgers, Dates  Circulars  Invitations  Business Cards  Bills ,of Ifar,e,  Memo Heads  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards ���������'  TRY US'--������������������WE GIVE SATISFACTION  PAINTING  PflPER-riflNGING.ii ,  KflLSOMINING  TERMS MODERATE  DALY AVE.  -��������� ilEDLEy* B.C.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH     .;  HAS RECORD ATTENDANCE  Thoughts," taken from, the story of  Belshazzar's and. his. impious feast,  lent itself-well to-the occasion and prepared the Avay for the short address of.  M. W. Bro. J. W. Whiteley, of-Vancouver, avIio in a feAV Av,ell chosen  words outlined the principles of. the  Orange order and gave his audience  some very wholesome food for deep  thought.  The singing of the National Anthem  brought the services to a close.  a mile long, and it's Avorth going  miles to see because^of the many educated animals shoAA'n therein. .Perforin an res' 'wiir"be"given 'at 2 and S  pj m. ei nd"the parade at 10:30.'  j-   NOTICE,"  SIMILKAMEEN 'LAND'DISTRICT  District of Yale  BIG CIRCUS IN OROVILLE  Al G. Barnes Wild' Animal   Show To  Exhibit There���������600 Performing  Animals  Shown  \  ' TAKE NOTICE that George Edward  ;Tennant,,of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  'Broker, intends to apply for permission to  'purchase the'following described lands:���������  Commencing-at a post planted forty (40)  chains north of the southwest corner of  Indian ReserA-e No. 2899,"about four miles  south.of the confluence of Stirling, Creek  and Similkameen River,' thence eighty (80)  chains south, thence twenty (20) chains v  Avest, thence eighty (80) chains north,  thence, twenty (20) chains east to point  of 'commencement, and "containiug One  Hundred and Sixty Acres. '  'George ,Ed'aa-ard Tennant.  Dated 15th day of June, 1915." 25-10  NOTICE  Orangemen   and   Ladies   Lodges   With  Their Friends Fill the Church  On Sunday evening the Presbyterian  Church became the center toAvard  which all pedestrians seemed to be  making their Avay, the occasion being  the annual sermon to the Orangemen  of Hedley and district. There Avas a  very fair attendance before the Orangemen and Ladies arrived and then  the building was Avell filled.  The scene presented was very attractive. The platform Avas tastefully  arranged with floAvers and a dash of  color avhs added by the badges and regalia at" the Orangemen and Ladies.  There Avas a special, choir and the  musical part of the service was further  enhanced by a male quartette composed of Messrs. KnoAvles, Howe, Jack  and Prior. '  Rev. StejAvurt's subject "Troublesome  The Al G. Beirnes big three-ring  wild animal circus will exhibit in Oroville On Thursday;' July''22nd'. J  "The Show That's'���������Different,"- is a  term applied by many prominent  clitics to the Barnes shoAv. .. Jiist why  the Barnes show is different frdm  other circuses can be best understood  Avhen it is knoAvn that the show's'."entire entertainment is given Avith a  troupe of highly educated Avild and  domestic animals.  There are over 000 of these animals  Avith the Beirnes show, and among  them are "jugglers, aerial performers,  acrobats, bareback riders, high divers,  dancers and musicians. '  Lions, bears, leopards, goats, clogs,  monkeys and sea lions ride galloping  horses. Sea lions juggle "different  articles on their hoses Avhile so engaged. Dogs and monkeys dive from  this top of the big tent into nets.  Elephants stand on their heads. A  big African lion makes a trip in a  balloon. A 'troupe of ' monkeys are  trapese performers, and a troupe of  550 horses and ponies are performers  Avith the shoAv.  The great feature acts are given  with ferocious Avild animals, '24'full-  grown African lions being performed  in one act. Young Avomen trainers  Avork Avith 'large groups of-tigers,  leopards and bears..  , Sixteen of the' lyorld's champion  dancing horses, give a delightful exhibition of .the. tango and other popular  dances. A hundred, beautiful ponies  are assembled in military drills and  marches. ,  Clean, clever comedy is provided* 'by  fifty cloAvn elephants,' goats, monkeys,  dogs, ponies, pigs and mules.  The  shoAv has a parade, of course���������  Certificate of Improvements  Oregon, St. Bernard^Winchester and  Savage Mineral Claims, situate in the  Osoyoos Mining DiA-ision of Yale District.    "Where   located:   On   Sixteen  - Mile Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that L. W. Shatford, H.  A. Turner, T. D. Pickard and F. H.  French, Free Miners' Certificates No. 93,-  216B, 93226B, 90777B, and 93217B, intend  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for Certificates of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining CroAA-n Grants of the above claims. '.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements; ;        '���������'������������������'������������������ '" .'*������������������'���������'���������'���������'������������������' ' |  Dated this 11th day of June, A. D. 1915.  22-9 '   .  F^H. FRENCH, Agent.  Synopsis of Coal Mining" Regulations  COAL mining rights of the Dominion, it  Manitoba, Saskatchewan anel Alberta,  tho Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories and in a portion of tho Province of British Columbia, may be leased for a term of  bwonby-ono years at an annual rental of ������1 an  acre. Not more than 2,51)0 acres wi be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease niust be made by tho  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-Agent  of the district in which the rights applied for  are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of  sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a  fee of "*>5 wliich will bo refunded if tho rights  appliod for are not aA-ailablo, bub nob obher-  Avise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of bhe mine ab tho rate of five cents  per ton.  Tho person operating bhe mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for  the full quantity of merchantable mined  mid pay tho royalty thereon. . I coal min  ing rights.are nob being operated s.u . roburns  should be furnished at leasb once a year.    ���������  Tho leaso will includo tho coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may bo. permitted to purchase* whatever available surface rights may  be considered necessary for tbo working of tho  mine ab the rate of '[���������10.00 an aero  For full informabion application should bo  made to tho Secretary of the Popartmenb of  the Interior, Ottawa, or o any Agent or Sub-  Agonb of Dominion Lands. '  W.-W.CORY,  Doputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unanbhorizeii publication of this advertisement will not bo paid for. !MJm  I  i  ������  m  A   . 1  r  V  THE HEDLEY GAZETTE, JULY 15.'1015  TOWN AND DISTRI6T  Pay day at the Nickle Plate.  Miss Avonia Jones.arrived home on  Friday from Victoria for the summer  holiderys.  Post Office Inspector Chirk arrived  today tu give the local branch the- usual, inspection.  W. J. Manery and .family,- of Simil-  .kameen, Avere among the visitors in  tOAvn for the Glorious 12th.,  Considerable rain has fallen within  the past few days eind lip in the region  of.the mine a feAV inches of snow.  S. C. McLean and H: G.*'Archibald,  of the Caneidian Geologiceil Survey,  are doing some \vork on Pierson  r>    Mountain.  Regular  meeting   of the Women's  - Sewing Circle-AA'as held-in  the' Sunday  School  room  of'the church this  afternoon.  ���������Miss HoAvse and Miss, Blair and Messrs Croly.and King were-Princeton  visitors Avho registered at the Similkameen Hotel today.  ���������Rev. FatherjL*eChene'arriv'ed Saturday anel, conducted services- Saturday  -and Sunday evening at the residence  of Mrs. McKinnon.  Mr. and 'Mrs. Geo. Stevens and- family left Wednesday foi* Vancouver-for  ' a few nionths'visit. - Mr. Stevens -will  return in about a month.  Pr.inceton' was well ^represented-at  the celebration oni Monday and all reported ii very pleasant time, in spite  of the threatening weatlrer.  ' Mrs. J. D. Brass left Monday, for  MoosejaAv to visit her son, W. Baxter,  whois in a very critical condition, the  doctors despairing of his life.'  Thos. G. Johnston, an old timer of  Heclley, one of the proprietors. of . the  Penticton Hotel at Penticton, died  suddenly Monday at the age of 42  years. -.-     .- ���������  ,-j  _... r.  The Golf Club's monthly medal competition for July will take place on  Thursday, Friday and Saturday of  this week. A full turnout of members  is desirable. .- ; ���������,    *  .  Charles Saunders is leaving for England on Monday, where he will enlist,  making one more Hedley boy to join  in -the grand triumphal march on  ���������Berlin.  R. G. Walker, of San Francisco, has  arrived to take charge of the Avork of  putting in the" 'filter for the mill, replacing B. L. Eastman who is going to  Rioudel.  Major A. Megraw, Inspector of Indian Agencies, paid Hedley a flying  visit over Sunday. He reports the Indians giving evidences of a prosperous  year in his district.  Govt. Agent J. R. BroAvn/ of Fair-  view and District Road Supervisor H.  A. Tdrner, of Penticton, motored into  Hedley Saturday, leaving in'the afternoon for Keremeos.  Bob Corrigan returned Friday from"-  Oroville, where he Avent to undergo an  operation for'apperidicitis' ' He is im-  proA'ing rapidly in health and hopes  soon to return tb Avork.  The ball game Monday was called at  the end of the fifth inning on account  of rain, Avith the score 12 to 4 in Hed-  ley's favor. ' Regret hick of space precludes publishing the line-up.  E. Mitchell and family left on Friday  morning for Vernon Avhere they will  reside in future.' Mr. Mitchell requested to have his Gazette forwarded to  him in order that he may keep in touch  with Hedley.  Miss Lillian Woodburn and Miss  Mary Young, of Princeton, arrived on  Monday for a visit Avith Miss Beale,  they stayed for the dance, returning  home Tuesday morning, and report a  very pleasant visit.  Considerable excitement Avas occasioned last evening shortly after five  o'clock Avhen it-became known that  some parties from- Vancouver had  staked four placer claims, down-on the  Similkameen about a quarter of a mile  above the deim. -  There avhs quite em appreciable attendance from Keremeos on Monday,  and they even took a\A*ay some of the  prizes, that captured.by Miss Mabel  Manery, Avho threAv the ball a good  forty feet, being especially desired by  some of bur Hedley yqung ladies.  "Rough on Rats" clears out Rats,  Mice, etc. Don't die in the House. 15c.  and 25c. at Drug and Country Stores.  PflLfl6E  Livery, Feed & Sale, Stables  HA   HEDLEY   B. C. -  rood stock of Horses and Rigs on  land.   II Orders for Teaming  promptly attended to.  Office of Dominion Express Company.  WOOD   FOR   SALE1  Phone 12. D. J.  INNIS  Proprietor  *.  s.  6ii060late$ 1  Royal victorias  Nua I, Patterson  ���������and some splendid  Chocolates In bulk.  fledleu Drug & Book Store  Hedley, O. C  ;.,.  SEE THAT IT.IS  Made In Canada  Beaver Lake Gold Fields  i-     ��������� ������������������  , ���������/ ��������� .i '.  . *, j      I vl"  Herb,Lake Golcl Fields  SOF  9.  THE PAS  MANITOBA  'is' the point , of.' entry,., and  .outfitting- .-station-, for v-the  ��������� "GOLD FIELDS", of NEW  MANITOBA.     .  .,, BEAVER   LAKE- is  ,re>clied* from THE PAS by  steamboat and road; HERB  LAKE ,by,.the Hudson Bay  Railway and trail. .  ,... Numerous, prospectors  are., on.., the. .ground,.' apd  many promising veinS'hjtve  been located. Work,- now  progressing,, is most encouraging,, both, as to ore hotly  and. value of quartz. The  extensive area, furnishes an  INTEREST  TO  Poultry Raisers  Clip this advertisement from  the Hedley Gazette and mail  it to us today. In return Ave  Avill send'you, Avithout charge  generous samples of our fam-  ous Chjck Food.and Grc  Food in order, thatyot  test their Avonderful  State nameand addrc-  nearest post office, also  and .address of your  FLOUR TALK  WITH the present increased cost or" living it is  really a serious question. If you can get a  few more loaves each bake clay, would you not be  prepared to ac least try the flour whie.-h guarantees  this result?���������OUR BEST. So why not order a sack  next time.-' and if you don't-like it���������if it- does not  suit you���������Ave will cheer-fully refund you the full  purchase price. /  CREEL MAN ������&  LYALL  "STORE OF QUALITY"  ADVERTISE  IN THE  GAZETTE  The VANCOUVER MILLING  and GRAIN COMPANY,  Vancouver, B  I  j^eoosoooseseoscoooooscco  SING LEE  Laundry, Contracting' of all  kinds, Ditch digging, Wood  Sawing, Clearing - lana,- Cooking and all kinds of Chinese  Labor.  Keremeos, B.C.  'HOTEL SIMILKAMEEN^  HEDLEY, B. C.  An Up-to-date  First-Class Motel  RATES MODERATE  C F.J.  DOLLEMORE  Proprietor.  <^\A/*'AM/^-w^<A^'AMr^XA/^A^WAA^AM^\M^>V������^A$'^  ������������  HEDLEY MEAT  MARKET...  All kinds of fresh and  cured meats always on  , hand.    Fresh .Fish ,on  sale   every   Thursday-  R. J. EDMONE), Prop;  ���������������������������������������������^^������������������^^������������������^���������^������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������^^^���������������������������^^^f^^^  -/  ���������  ���������  X  X  IS A. SPECIALTY WITH US  ample, .field   for  of prospectors.  hundreds  . For further information,  write���������  Secretary of  Board of Trade  THE PAS, Manitoba  X  4>  4>  4>  ���������  ���������  4>  I  HERB LAKE  New Manitoba  Prospectors will find  our stock complete  in every line.  W. H. BUNTING  The Pas,  Manitoba  X  ��������� *  4>  +  4>  ^*.  X  4>  H  AVE You ever considered  the quality of your work  from the standpoint of careful  type composition and efficient  proofreading ? The reputation  of this house for good \ printing  has been established through  accuracy and attention to the  little details. Send your printing here and we will do it right.  I  4>  4>  t  HEDLEY, B.C.  4>  ���������  X  ���������  4>  ���������  X  ���������  X  X  *-J^  4>  ���������  4>  ���������  ���������  I  I  ���������  4>  4>  4>  4>  O  4>  .- *I ���������,'-,-,'��������� -,>���������>-. .-i.  "i;,<"*T'"*-Tr''Cr'  THE HKDLEY GAZETTE. JULY 15, 1915  Loyal Orangemen  Hold Celebration  Continued fioin I'.iiro One  (Joel accoiiling to tin* dict.-iLe.s of his  conscience* as any Protestant or any  OL-angenian. "What the Orangemen  opposed av.-is the system, ncjt the individual; and tho reason tlie* Orangemen  opposed the system was hi'cause under  /the guise* ot religion it attempted te>  giiin temporal or political power.  The speaker then gave several iu-  stanccs to piovc his statement that  the church Avas continually sti-iving  for special privileges and interfering in  civil and political affairs. Reference  'was made to the bilinqual school question in Ontario, the educational situation in Manitoba and Saskatchewan,  and tho attempts which avcm-c being  made to secure special treatment for  the church in British Columbia. He  exhorted all Protestants to stand to  gether and keep British Columbia as  it is today, the only province in Canada  Avhere no special privileges of any kind  are granted to religious denominations.  The speaker then quoted from the obligation of an Orangeman shoAving  that every member of the Older Avas  pledged "to maintain Canada as part  of the British Empire and to resist any  attempt to weaken British influence  throughout the Dominion."  The Orangemen of Canada were  proud of the fact that over ten thousand members of the Association had  enlisted for active service and were  nobly doing their duty in the present  crisis. In closing, the speaker made  an appeal to the audience to investigate for themselves the facts which he  had given them, and if they found  them correct, to come in and join the  ranks of the only association in Canada which existed'for the express purpose of combatting the politiceil aims  of the Roman Catholic Church and  maintaining the principle of "Equal  Rights to All and Special Privileges  to None."  After three cheers for the speaker of  the day, program of sports was then  proceeded with, 'the outstanding features of which were: Trie girls' ball  throwing contest, won by Mabel Manery, of Keremeos; the married ladies-  race, Avon by Mrs. J. Hossack, the  Orangemen's race, won by L. Marston;  the nail-driving competition, Avon by  Mrs. Avery, of Princeton, and the fat  man's race, won by J. W. Whiteley,  of Vancouver. In the latter event  considerable interest was interjected  by the tremendous but futile efforts of  the competitors, Messrs. HorsAvill and  French who, however, landed second  and third places respectively.  The ball game was a someAvhat spirited contest which ended in favor of  Hedley by a safe margin. This latter-  event Avas carried out in a drizzle of  rain Avhich literally put a, damper not  only on the players but also on the  audience.  The concert held in the auditorium  in the evening brought out'what is regarded as the record crowd for an entertainment in Hedley. The program  consisting of some fourteen numbers  Avas most acceptably rendered from  start to finish, every number eliciting  emphatic applause. Mr. J. W. White-  ley, of Vancouver, presided as chairman in his. own inimitable manner, interjecting an occasional humorous remark or story which kept the audience keyed up to the highest pitch of  enjoyment throughout.  PolIoAving is the. program:  Piano solo Miss Marjory Smith  Vocal solo Miss Daly  Vocal solo Mr. Prior-  Violin duet���������"Union Jack of Old England" Mrs. Lyon and Mr. Hansen  Recitation���������"The Par-son's Fee"    : Mrs. Forbes  Piano duet Mrs.  Evans and Mrs. Avery, of Princeton  Violin solo���������"Sea of Marmora" (composed by Prof Glaze) Mrs. Lyon  Vocal quartette Messrs.  Prior,   Jack,   KnoAvles   and   HoAve  Piano duet.  Misses Smith  Mixed quartette  Miss Jones,  Miss Daly, Mr. Prior, Mr. Howe  Vocal solo Mr. Jack  String Trio Mr*.  Forbes, Mi*-. Lyon and Mr. Lonsdale  Vocal solo Mi.-s Jones  Vocal solo Mr. Hoavc  "God S.ive the King."  While in an entertainment of such  uniforni'excclli'iice it Avould be difficult  te> cite individual instances of exceptional merit, we feel bound to giA-e  special mention to tlie Misses Smith in  the piano duet, to Miss Jones in her  vocal solo Avhich quite Look the house  by storm, her selection being a most  happy one and Avell adapted to voice  and range; also the violin solo of Mis.  Lyon; but why elaboiate? The whole  program avhs well carried out and to  mention each number would lake up  too much time and space. "-  The floor avhs then cleared and the  dancing began. The music avhs furnished by the Hedley Orchestra Avho  rendered a very fine program of dances, and were later lelieved by some of  the; Leighton Orchestra of Princeton,  viz.: Mrs. Leighton, Miss Lyall and  Mr. Rayner. As the evening advanced  and the Avee sma' 'oors appeared they  Avere further relieved by the player  piano Avhich belongs in the hall, and  the tired condition of the dancers alone  avjis responsible for the termination of  Avhat everyone regards as * the most  successful and enjoyable evening's en-  tertainnient'Hedley people have had.  Supper Aveis served at midnight in  the dining room of the Grand Union  hotel.  A great deal of credit is due the  members of the local Orange lodge and  the members of the ladies'lodge for  the way in which the preparations for  the celebration Avere made, and the  excellent manner in which every detail  Avas carried to a successful conclusion.  mittee to investigate claims.  "The figures quoted above are ap-  pioximately correct, but each organization and branch has its OAvn auditors  for the piotecLion of subscribers, and  the Avhole is eigain -subject to audit at  OttaAva, under the direction of the  Minister of Fin.mce, the Hon. W. T.  White."  Hedlev's Tonsorial Parlors  For a Good Haircut  and Shave  BATHS  IN CONNECTION  R. HILLIARD   =   Prop,  OREMBOS-P EKT1C TOlf  ROYALMAIL STAGE  Auto Leaves  on  arrival  of 9.30  and ��������������� o clock trains.  Baggage arranged for.  TWEDDLE'S   AUTO     STAGE  ���������  Cars Call at all Hotels  Canadian   Patriotic  Fund  Continued from page ones  $2,500 for nine months of operation.  "The expenses counected Avith the  administration of the ' Provincieil  Branch for eight months has' been  $796.51, under the able supervision of  Mr. W. J. Goepel, Deputy Minister of  Finance, who is honorary secretary.  The above sum, hoAvever, does not include postage and stationery, the work  of the office being carried on at Room  No. 7. Parliament Buildings, and the  cost of postage and stationery being  borne by the Provincial Government.  "The secretary of the fund at headquarters, Sir Herbert Ames, maintains  that the expenses of administering the  fund throughout Canads has been coa'-  ered by the interest alloAved by the  banks upon the balances on deposit.  "All branches are being urged to try  and secure neAV subscribers. A comparatively small proportion of the  community are contributing to this  very important and necessary fund.  "Some sections of the Province, from  which .one. would expect good subscriptions have responded very poorly,  Avhereas other and poorer districts  have come forward noblj\  "LikeAvise, Avith individuals, those  who can afford it best are giving the  least, and many who can ill afford it  are straining their resources to make  their monthly contributions. All honor to them. Many of those loudest in  their expression of patriotism are the  last to put fervid loyalty to any practical test.  "In this Province, as elsewhere  throughout the Empire, everyone can  help by placing their services at the  disposed of some charitable or patriotic  organization.        ���������  " I must not forget to give credit to  the Daughters of the Empire and  other ladies who ' have been good  enough to devote a great deal of their  time to rendering valuable service on  relief committees..- Mention should  also be made of the Avork being performed by members of committees of  the Branch Associations throughout  the Province, secretarial and other  work being done, in the majority of  cases, -without any remuneration  Avha tsoever, as Avell as a great deal of  time given  by members of. the  com-  THE NEWSPAPER  IS THE NATIONAL  SHOW WINDOW  By HOLLAND.  YOU often stop and look in  show windows,don'tyou?  You may not need-any of the  goods on display,, but you  stop and look, and you feel  that the time is not wasted  because you have learned  something. *,  There is another show window that Is available every  day, a show window that'eon-  stantly changes and wbich  you can look .Into without  standing on the street That  show window is the newspaper.  Merchants and manufacturers use our advertising columns issue after issue to  show you their goods and to  tell you of their merits. The  newest things are pictured  and described.  Don't neglect this show  window. It Is intended for  your use. It offers you a  chance to gain valuable  knowledge. You wrong yourself if you don't  READ THE  ADVERTISEMENTS  Where Are  Your Interests  IT Are they in this community ?  IT Are  they among the '  people with whom  you  associate ?  IF Are they with the  neighbors and friends  with whom you do busi-  business ?  If so, you Avant to know what is .happening in this community. You Avant  to know the goings and co-nings of  the people with Avhonr you associate,  the little neAvs items of your neighbors  and friends���������hoav, don't you?  That is Avhat this paper gives you  in every issue. It is printed for  that purpose. It represents your  interests and the interests of this  tOAvn. Is your name on our subscription lists!-* If not you OAve it  to yourself to see that it is put  there.   To do so  Will be to  Your Interest  Full stock on hand-.of���������  "MASON" &  "SCHRAM"  Fruit Sealers  ALSO  E,xtra Tops and Rubbers  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  Hefliey Traflinofio. Iii  the pleasure of life in  your country home,  this summer, with a  Vidtor- Vidxola.  There is nothing that will so fill the  summer days and evenings -with  pleasure and enjoyment as the music  of the Vidtor-Vidtrola.  And it's such inexpensive pleasure,  too���������with Vidtrolas from $21 to $305  and Vidtor Records at 90c for ten inch,  double-sided. A few dollars down  will put a Vidtrola and an assortment  of Vidtor Records (your own choice)  in your home, today, and a small  amount each week will keep them  there. Ask us about our easy-payment  plan.  Vitfrola VI     $33.50  With 15 ten-inch double-sided Victor Records   (30  selections,  your own choice) S47.00  Sold on easy terms, if desired.  Other Victrolas from $21.00 to $305 (on easy  payments, if desired) and ten-inch, double-sided  Victor Records at 90c for the two selections at  any "His Master's Voice" dealer's in any town or  city in Canada. Write for free copy of our 450-  page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 6000  Victor Records.  BERLINER GRAMOPHONE CO.  LIMITED  Lenoir  Street, Montreal  ft  '< i  (  !  ) i*  >A  ���������   *!.  I'm  (i  f  !  i-  \)  I  ii  DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY  Vitftor Records���������Made in Canada���������Patronize Home Produces  ���������' .   _     560-302 '  mmmwrnawsaxmssBm  /*���������


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