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 / ,'7 ...  r-~^,y x Ay }  /j    .���������>'. .( j  r./  VOL. 6.���������NO. 26  SANDON, B.C., .SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1D02.  2.00 PER YE Alt ^  MINE mim MEETING.  A Large and Representative Gathering, Unanimous in ,  Expression.  The silver-lead miners again met in  session in the city hull, Wednesday evening, to further promote a unity of action  among those directly interested'in this  all important industry���������lead mining���������  and to arrive at some decisive action to  cooperate with other organizations in  promoting .such legislation as .vili ������iveit  some beneficial assistance.  It was widely and well represented.  Mining men from East Kootenay, the  Lardeau and the Slocan wore present,  all told aboul 35 operators. A cordial  invitation was extended to the local  press.  The following is a list of the mines  and their representatives in attendance:  Ruth, Geo Alexander; North Star, J L  Parker; Cork ami Florida, P Maris;  Ivanhoe, P J Hickey ; Keco, J M Harris ;  R E Lee, L Alexander; Payne and St.  Keverne, A 0 Garde; Keno Ainsworth  and Whitewater, A D Wheeler; Pon-  tiac, C F Caldwell; Stranger, P- V Mol-  son ; Molly Gibson, Bruce White; Red  Fox, G I-I Alyard; Kimisky, A R Filmland; Monitor, M Uintaburger;. Vancouver, . R W Ratlibnrnc; Slocan star,  OV White; Rambler-Cariboo, W E  Zwicky; Ainsworth and Province, H  Giegerich ; Wakefield, Hewitt and Van-  and B C General Exploration Co , C T  Cross; American Boy, Thos McGuigan:  Antoine, Jas Hunter; Copper Cliff. N J  Kavanaugh; Comstock, Wm Hunter;  Great Western, Silver Cup and Triune,  D GForbes; M-aropohlan, .1 A McCros-  sen; Queen Hens, W G Scott; Bosun  and Northwestern Mining Syndicate, W  II Sandiford ; Id.nlo, C S ./e.ikins; Mercury and Hartney, \V S Dry wry ; Home  Rule and Thunder Hill, JHMoran;  Washington, J L Retallack; Soho, J C  Ryan; Enterprise, SS Fowler; St. Eugene, Jas Cronin ; Goodenough, Slocan  Reciprocity and Hillside,' John Keen;  Last Chance, L Pratt; Slocan Sovereign,  Geo F Ransom ; Jackson, E M Sandilands ; Blue Bird, G D ��������� Potter; Win de-  mere, R R Bruce.  The proceedings 'throughout the entire  session coujd not ha/e been.of a 'more  harmonious nature; in fact, they were  carried on without the least dissension  whatsoever. It was stronglv in accord  ���������with the great unamamity of expression now prevalent everywhere for a  higher rate of protection, and coupled  with the strong advocacy of national  sentiment'now beginning to universally  exert itself, the Dominion government  cannot do otherwise than accede toils  demand..  W. S. Drowry arid John Retallack,  two members of a committee.appointed  at a subsequent meeting to confer with  the smelting, fraternity to see if they  could not be induced to lend their aid  in improving the lead condition gave  in their reports. In this, they stated  they were, successful in accomplishing, and found that the disposition  of the smelting men were manifestly in  favor of co-operating with the lead  miners and boards of trade, and were  still further impressed with the. advisability of fraining whatever legislation  that is concocted in such a manner that  will safe-guard the interests.of the sil-  Ycr-lead miners. This stipulation will  be found embodied in the annexed reto-  lution carried at the meeting.  Whereas, The silver-lead industry of  British Columbia, notwithstanding the  uniibUtil richness of- the ore, the proved  continuity of the veins, and tbe favorable natural conditions of mining in the  province, is, and for some lime has been,  in a declining condition, which, if not  amelioated, will end in total stagnation,  and  Whereas, the lead mining camps of  the United Slates, and- particularly  those in the adjoining state of Idaho,  are, and lor years have been enjoying  great prosperity, due to a protective  tariff conserving the home market,   and  Wnereas, the silver-lead mining industry has been for some yearsof national importance, and, unless allowed to  decline, will speedily attain to a much  greater degree of importance, benefiting  by its increased expenditures the trade  aud advancement of both eastern and  western Canada, aud  Whereas, our domestic market for the  manufactured products of lead is chiefly  supplied from the products of ores mined  in Mexico and Europe; where the labor  cost of production id much lower than  in this country : a condition of affairs  pe>milted by the wholly inadequate  protection afforded by the existing lariti';"  while the prices of while lead, lead pipe,  sheet iead and shot, in the Dominion of  Canada, are approximately equal to the  prices charged lor thesiunocoiuinodities  in the United States, all to tbe detriment of the producers, consumers, and  transporter of lead iu thh country,  and  Whereas, under the existing larilf,  little or no protection is afforded to the  lead producing industries; whilst adequate protection is afforded to all other  industries of equal importance, known  to us,   and  Whereas, these conditions result ia  the exportation of a preponderance of  our crude are and bullion, the former to  American smelters and the latter to the  markets of the world; there to enter into competition with the products of  cheap European and Mexican labor.cind  the surplus product of the protected lead  industry of lhe United States.  Therefore, we, the sil.vi-r-lcad .miners  of the East and West Kootenay districts  of British .Columbia in convention assembled, do hereby recommend and respectfully urge the enactment of a tariff  act which will afford ample protection to  the producers, manufacturers.and trans*  porters of lead, thereby creating and  fostering a new and expansive home industry calculated to benefit all classes  by the stimlation of national trade and  commerce. .-������������������������������������.  Having in view the interests of the  producers, manufacturers and consumers of lead, we would recommend n duty  equal to that imposed by the United  States, xv/.'. ' !  On lead in ores Ij-n cents per pound.  On lead in bullion, pigs, bars, and old  lead, 2{������j cents pur pound.  On lead in sheets, pipe and shot, etc.,  2)4 cents per pound.  On white lend, etc., 2% cents  per   lb.  On all other pnduets of lead as provided in the Dinirlev tariff act of Julv  24th.1897.  Provided always that if anytime it  shall be proved that a combination has  been formed for'the purpoeeof unduly  increasing the charges inadeforgmelting  lead ores Droduced in Canada, or for re-  finingor marketing lead bullion, or if  the charge for smelting and refining in  Canada is proved exorbitant, then the  Governor General in Council may at his  discretion permit the admission into  Canada of.l"ad bullion smelted and refined, or smelted and refined in foreign  countries from Canadian lead ores,upon  payment of an ad valorem duty of 15  percent upon the cost of such smelting  and refining.  And the secretary is hereby instructed  to forward copies of the foregoing resolutions to the Senators and Members of  the Dominion parliament, representing  British Columbia, with the request that  they present the same to the Federal  government as a memorial with their  endorsement.  ���������    Louis Pratt, Secretary.  Local News  Notes.  Mr. J.. J. Parker, manager of trie  North Star mine, in addressing those  present in support of the foregoing resolution strongly recommended its unanimous support, and recited at some  length incidents in working lhe  North Star, by which, under the present  adverse circumstances and the difficulties in which they were placed, and  if some remedy was not very slforthly  forthcoming his company would he  compelled toclose the mine indefinitely.  He was not in favor of taking the existing duty ofTimport machinery and was  contented to pay the Eastern Canadian  manufacturers their prices if an equitable price could only be seen red for lead.  He further stated thttit would be profitable to take advantage of the strong  patriotic sentiment that ie beginning to  be felt in the Dominion, and one he  greatly liked to see, and by its exislance  thought it would greatly enhanse the  silver-lead miners chances of creating a  good home market for lead; besides if  the operators would patronize the Canadian manufactures there would be more  likelihoid of securing their hearty co-  eperation in getting the desired legislation passed through the Dominion  parliament, and if favor was shown for  a reduction on the American machinery  it would breed such antagonism that  the operators would be compelled to  face oppisition in-securing this much  needed legislation.  Five delegates were appointed, com-  pisedof Byron N. White, H. B. Alexander, James Cronin, G. W. Hughes,  and S. \S. Fowler to accompany our  member, Mr. Galligher and members  of boards of trade to Ottawa to press our  claims.  They will leave about the 15th inst  so as to be in time to have the necessary  legislation framed and to be presented  at the opening of'the next session of the  house. ���������  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The following are the ore shipments  from Sandon for the week:  Mine. Tone.  SILVER-LEAD.  Payne.  70  Reco.  42  Rambler..  42  American Boy  42  Slocan Star  31  Total.    227  /ZINC.  i       .  Payne A..  83  Ivanhoe r��������� 26  Total..    109  Hockey and curling are in  full swing.  The tail end of a Manitoba blizzard  struck this district the past week.  Geo. Folliott left yesterday for Moose-  jaw, where he has secured work for the  winter.  Born���������On Sunday evening, Dec, 7th,  to Mr. and Mrs. F. Pound, Cody aven-  u������, a son.  M. L. Grimmett is in Nelson attend-  in a directors' meeting of the Similka-  meen Valley Coal company.  Monday being the feast of thelmmac-  late Conception services were held  morning and evening in the Catholic  church.  H. A.-Jackson left this week' for his  oid home in Woodstock, New Bruns-  wich, where he will spend his Xmas  holidays.  Chew Bros are now busily engaged, in  cutting lumber at their   old   mill  near  Rosebery, for their new saw mill which  will be erected at Slocan City.  And slippery   ice   will   soon   be   king,  And the hockey stars   will   glide  Upon the surface; while   the   fans  Will   holler  loud   "Off tide!"  The annual bonspiel of the Kootenay  Curling association will be held in Rossland this winter, commencing oTrahout  Jan. 20th and continuing for several  days.  A "Winnipeg man has announced himself as the Messiah for. whom the Douk-  hobors have been   looking.     This   will  prove lucky and avert a catastrophe at'  New Denver.  Mr. Scott, manager of the Canadian  Bank of Commerce here, leaves Monday  for a month's leave of absence. He will  be relieved during his vacation by a Mr.  Fowler of Victoria.  The comedy "Other People's Money"  played to a small audience in the opera  house on Wednesday. The performance  was pronounced fair, but nothing to  make a fuss about.  The anniversary dinner will be served  by the  ladies  in   the  basement of the:  Methodist church on   Monday evening  from 6 to S p.'m.'  Good  time.' and dinner is anticipated.   Admission 50 cents.  A large number of skater attended the  opening of the rink last Saturday. The  ice was in fair condition and is being  smoothed off and in better shape for  skating the past week. The attendance  pach riight is increasing.  A miner named Brooks suffering from  a bad dose ol lead poisoning, wiis taken  down from Hie Hope to the hospital on  Tuesday. At last accounts he was improving nicely and will be out again  shortly.  The anniversary services in the Methodist church will be held on Sunday,  Dec. 14th. , Rev. S. J. Thompson will  preach at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Special  music by the choir. Sunday school in  the afternoon at 2.30; junior league on  Tuesday afternoon at 3.15. Prayermeet-  ing Tuesday evening from 8 to 9 o'clock.  Service at Three Forks next Thursday  evening at 6.30.  WiWimBBSRRSESmBmfr* THE MINING REVIEW���������Satujrisay, December  13,  1902.  The Mining Review.  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1902.  ���������   THAT RESIGNATION.  ' A good deal of space has been devoted  by some papers about the resignation of  Col. Proir.   The substance of the  matter is they were trying   to   belittle   the  premier in the eyes of  the  people, and  the scheme has been  a dismal   failure.  The facts of the ca~e are  that Premier  Prior when he contested   his  constituency successfully against E. V. Bod well,  about a year ago, he pledged himself to  support the Canadian Northern railway  and if that railway contract was not carried out he would tender hisjresignation.  The   Dunsmuir   government   failed   to  carry out lhe original contract and there  was nothing else to do to keep his  promise and save his honor than  to resign.  This he did, as the  follow i-'-g  from   the  Vancouver Province will show; Premier  Proir by his action has not only entirely  vindicated   himself,   but   has   also increased the confidence of the people in  hia ability and honor to   carry   on   the  government of the province:  "The question has been asked several  times recently, especially since Colonel  Proir has become Premier, why he had  not kept his promise made to his election committee that he would resign if  the Canadian Northern contract was  not carried out as was originally intended.  This question came up in Victoria  yesterday, and Col. Prior was not only  entirely vindicated, but had the position explained by the members ol* the  committee who had his campaign in  hand. As a matter of fact, Col. Prior  placed his resignation in the hands of  the committee over six months ago,  when it was found that'thc railway contract was not not being carried out as  originally proposed, and as Col. Prior  himself thought it would be, but the  committee considered that he had acted  in good faith and thought it best in the  interests of the constituency that lit)  should remain in his seat.  The written resignation was placed in  the hands of Mr. D. R. Ker, who was  chairman of the committee, and by him  could have been handed to the Premier  at any time. The unanimous opinion  of the'committee was that more time  should be given, and that Col. Prior was  perfectly sincere in his promise that he  had made to resign if the original plans  were not carried out."  NURSING  MOTHERS  A mother's poor health is bad  enough for the mother but  worse still for the . nursingr  baby.' ��������� ���������  Mothers find Scott's Emul-  s i o n a n o u r i s h i n g and  strengthening food. If the  breast milk is scanty or thin  Scott's Emulsion will make it  rich  .nd more abundant.  Vv hen mothers take Scott's  Em sion the babies share in  the benefits. Thin babies grow  fat.   Weak babies get strong.  We'll send you a little to try. if you like.  SCOTT   &   130WNE,       Chemists, Toronto  down. ��������� As a revenue raiser the two per  cent, has proved a failure, causing manv  properties that were working bufore iis  adoption, to cease operations, entirely,  and causing a depression in the mining  throughout the province. With silver  and lead at their right prices its effect  on the rich -producers of the Slocan  would noi be felt very much, but under  the present circumstances the Slocan  mines are feeling it more than ever, and  with the exorbitant, freight and treatment charges of the smelters companies  have almost paralyzed  the  industry  in  this district. The revenue derived from  the Slocan, Rossland and. Boundary  mines the past year amounted to only  #87,000, the sum being diminished by  many properties closing down and a  general depression in mining all over  the province. Shortly after becoming  Minister of Minos, befoie assuming the  premiership, Col. Prior-visited the mining sections of British Columbia, to ascertain for himself how matters stood  ingard to the tax and interview the  mine owners personally, ami from the  present expression of feeling his lour of  the country lias not been in vain.  The returns of the Inland Revenue  Department, of the province of British  Columbia lor Ihe, month of November  just past as compared with the corresponding month hist, year, show a gratifying increase in receipts. ��������� The detailed  statement is as follows: Spirits, $13,-  330.0:?; malt, $1313.19; tobacco, $5087.  12; raw leaf, $794.02; ex factoty, $1533;  cigars, ex warehouse, $168; methylated  spirits, $123 US; mail liquor. ^92.30.  Total for November, 1902, $22,391.84..  The total returns for the corresponding  month last year were ������20,9-13.80, showing by comparison an increase for November of the prust-nt year of !j 1-148.04  NOTICE.  In .the matter of an application for a duplicate  of a Certificate of. Title to  Hlocks 3 and 10'  of Lot  891,' Group  I,  Kootenay   District  (MapCSSJ).  NOTh j.; IS HJCKJ2J1Y GIVEN that it is my  intention  to issue nt the expiration  of one  month  from   the  first,  publication hereof "S  duplicate of the'ionilicnie of Title to the above  mentioned lands in the District nf ICooteriay in  the name ofJiin-.es M.Bart on, which Certificate  is  dated   the  lith day of Kebruarv,   1902, and  nuinberedll57 A.  U. F. MACLEOD,  District Registrar.  Land Registry Oflice, ' ,  Keif on, B.C.  9th September, \lM2.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Twickenham .MineralClaim, situate in the Slo  can Mining   Division   of  West Kootenai  District  enay  Talc nolico Unit I, A. II. ITcyland, am-iiifor ���������  K. Fuyle Smith, Free Winer's Certificate No.  B 5k2r>3, and Frank C. Chile, Free Miner's  Certificate No, B Glow;, intend, sixty days from  the dnto hereof, to apply to the Mining'Recorder for a (ertifi'-ate of Imptovenients for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further tnlcc notice that action,"under  section b7, must be commenced before the  issuance of such re'Miicn'c of Improvements.  Dated this 23rd day of September, 1902.  .   A. it. 1UCYLAND.  4t$  i  Reports from the coast indicate that  it is the expressed intention of the government to modify the two per cent.,  tax clauoe of the mineral act to the satisfaction of the mine owners,'and that  in all probability low grade properties  will be exempt altogether. This will  cause many low grade mines in the  boundary, which are closed down, to resume operations in a short while, as it  ���������was that class of mines which felt the  imposition of the tax more than any  other  and    compelled   many' to  shut  Of consumption" is a remark often made  of a ileshy man. The remark expresses  the popular recognition of the fact that  the sign of consumption is emaciation,  loss of flesh. On  the other hand, a  gain in flesh is a  sure sign that wasting diseases are being cured.  Emaciated   people with   obstinate  coughs, bleeding ���������,;,,^*���������s������,.SiS.,  lungs, night-sweats M^M^^W  and weakness, have <������^|pfp&f  been perfectly ^|#������M������>W  cured by the use of    >-'-v.-~'3^-.^\v.^  Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery.  The several steps  of the cure were recorded in ounces  and pounds of increasing weight.  When there is gain  in flesh the wasting  disease is being  surely cured.  Mr. Will H.Whitmire,  of Arkton, Rockingham Co., Va., writes : "Our son contracted a  deep cold about the first of July, 1899, and had a  terrible cough. We called a doctor and he pronounced it irritation of the bronchial tubes, with  asthmatic trouble, and he informed me that my  son was liable to die at any time. He told me  that if we could keep the bronchial tube* open,  he mig/tl cure him; but after treating him several  weeks and my son growiugwor.se all tlie time,  I concluded lb try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical  Discovery and 'Pleasant l'ellets.' I laid seen  ������everal almost miraculous cures brought about  by the use of these medicines, and of course I  had wonderful faith iu them. He used three  bottles of' Golden Medical Discovery ' at home  and one vial of the ' relicts,' and was then well  enough to go to West Virginia, taking a supply  with him. I am just iu receipt of a letter from  him from which I quote: ' / am well and hardy  and gelling very jles/iy.' "  The Common Sense Medical Adviser,  1008 large pages is sent free on receipt of  ���������stamps to pay expense of customs and  mailing only. Send 50'one-cent stamps  for the cloth-bound volume or only 31  stamps for the book in paper covers.  Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  At the special meeting of our council  of four last. Monday night a communication was received from Wm. McAdain,  pivtitleiitwft.be Provincial Progressiva  party in rown, asking for use of the city  hall to hold meetings in when the council  was not in session. This, of course, was  "favorably received and fyled," it could  not be received otherwise. One would  think McAdam was trying to help himself politically and our municipal quartette to assist him financially at the  city's expense, if we ai e to judge from  tha accounts passed at each meeting'  ainctt it assumed ���������control. ���������   .  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Silver  Band,   Twyford,    Winlon,   Islington,  Fr.riiigdon,   Croydon '  Fraction,    Rodney  Mineral   t hums,  situate   in   tbe   Slocan  Mining Pivis'on of West Koo'eaay District.  Take  notce  thai- I, A. R.  L'eyland, agent  for the i-'ilver Rand   Mining  Company,' Free  Miner's''en.i/icate No.  f! (31)117, intend, sixty  days ftom tho date hereof,   to  apply  to tho  Mining l'.e"Oider for at ei-'ficatsof Improvements, for (he.purpose of obiaining a Crown  Grant of each of. the above cb'ins.  And further '���������take notice lhat action, under  section K7, must bo commenced before the  issnoiwe "f si>ch T.'ertificaie of Improvements.  Dated tin's li3rd day of September, 1902.  A   R. HEYLANI).  The result of th������ voting on the Referendum in Ontario was adverse to prohibition, although a fair vote was polled  it did not meet the required number by  nearly one-half. The electors of Ontario have expressed fhcnise ves on two  occasions strorit'ly in favor 01 a prohibitory law in the province, but as nothing  resulted from their expression of opinion, many looked upon the Referendum  as a mere humbug, and took no interest  the campaign. The w hole thing was  simply a scheme of ��������� ho Ross government  to allay the feelings of the temperance  people, who were persistent iu their de  mauds that the Liberals should redeem  their: pledges made to the electorate on  prohibition, ami the lefotcndum pio-  mised a means of escape. The recent  vote does not coinpcJI Ihc-ni (0 fulfil old  pledges, but never!bclefrs will not save  the Ross government, from certain defeat, or avert tbe overthrow of the  Liberal regime in the province.  <9rf8'^*l'y Sold an<* recommended by all  ^"\ i~j druggists in Canada. Only reli-  ,Vv������rf'Ssori! able medicine discovered. Six  ^epg^^&zs^ixickagcs guaranteed to cure all  forms of Sexual Weakness, all effects of abus*  or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package $1, six, $5. ��������� One willplecae,  six wffl cure. Pamphlets free to any address  Xlit. Wood Company, Windsor, Ont.  Wood's l'hosphodino is sold in Sandon by  E. F. McQueen aud '<���������'. J. Donaldson, Druggists.  SOTJCK.  To John 11. Gray and to any and  all others to whom he may" have  transferred his interest in the Rosedale,  Flower and May A! in era I Claim's situated on i'avr.e Mountain, in the Slocan  Minim: [Mvuioi! of-West Kootenav District, British Columbia.  Take notice   that 1, O. E. Sprague, a  co-oH nci in each nf   the   said Rosedale,  Flower and Mav  Mixu-rai  Claims, have  expended $102 50 in   doinsr   and having  recorded   ihe   animal  assessment work '  0:1 said Rosedale Mineral Claim  for the  year  ending  October 22-nd, 1902, as required by section 24 of ihe Mineral Act,  nnd $102.50 in doin<: and having recorded the annual   assessment  Work of  the  said  Flower Minenil Clfiim  for the vear  ending August l?!h. 1002, as required bv  Section 2'J of (be Mineral Act, and $102.  50 in doing and having recorded the annual assessment work   on  the said May  Mineral Claim for the year ending August 12tb, 1902. as required bv Section 24  of   the   Mineral   Act, and 'that, within  ninety days from   the   date   of the first  publication of flu's no'ice vou fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of the  paid expenditure,  he ine   one-eighth   of  Iho amount expended in respect'of each  of the paid mineral claims amounting to  $12.80 in roppect. of each of   said   claim,  together with all  costs   of   advertising,  vour interest in the said claims will  become vested in me the undersigned  under the provisions of   Section 4. of tlie  "Mineral Act,'Amendment Act 1900."  The address for payment, of   the   said  menoys to mo   Hie paid  D. F!. Sprngue,  is rr.ro of Mr-Ann & McTCav, Barristers',  Kaslo. B. C,  Dated the 4th day of November, 1902.  . D. E. SPRAGTJE.  ������  it  'll j  ; sf'  ���������'Sit..  ii  In  I  l|  J;  (I  Mi  Mi  11  I  f  M.  .< 9  ��������� I'  ���������  i-i  ik  -i'i THE MINING REVIEW���������-Satom*ay, December 13, 190a.  ������.H.--WI ��������� ymjitJiji ,awL,'i^mwnjjwH)  A Neighborly Chat.  The Weekly Free Press, Winnipeg, in  the monthly distribution of pictures to  its subscribers aims at giving typical  examples of different schools of Art,  . Their previous pictures deal with sporting, western and American scenes, but  with the November distribution they  give a charming view of Flemish life,  the li tie of the picture is "A Neighborly  Chat" and it is by Franz Van Leemput-  tem, the celebrated Belgian' artist. It  depicts a scene full of the spirit of tranquil 8impljc|ty of European peasant life.  The drawing of the big Flemish draught  horses and the man and woman is very  true, while the coloring of the Bcene in  which the figures are ��������� set is exquisite.  It is a worthy companion picture to its  predecessors.  We understand Weekly Free Press  readers will receive an exceptionally  handsome and appropriate picture for  December. It will not be given until  about Christmas, and it is the intention  to make the subject suggestive of the  season.  A Luckless Lover.  I broke it off with Anna Long...  She was too short, you see:  With Mabel Wright things  all  went  wrong,  We never could agree:  Then there was awkward Mary Blue,  Who was so very green :  And Bessie Goodie would never do,  Because she was so mean.  It couldn't last with Jennie Read,  Because she wouldn't write:  And, after just one day, I freed  Myself from Nellie Knight;  I soon concluded that Miss.Crewe  Must seek another, mate:  And gave up Edith Early, too,  Because sh'e,came down' late.  Miss Wood;pofjsessed an iron will;.  Miss"Gay was'alw'ays sad;  Miss Sharp could see'the point, but still  She said my jokes were bad;  Miss Rich"was destitute of "tin";  Too melting was Miss Frost;  In earnest, then, I wooed Miss Winn,  And���������same old lack���������I lost!  ' ��������� F. R. Batchelder in Sinart Set.  Pointers.  An early crop���������the  small   boys   first)  hair-cut. |  i-  With  some  5-cent cigars you get at'  least six scents. ' j  The eight-day clock is a hard worker  and a chronic striker.  Sometimes it is his lie-abilities that  increases a man's assets/  Much of the  charity that  begins  at  home is too feeble to get next door.  Any small boy in his first pairof trousers feels sorry for his mother.  The skin-deep beauty of the rhinocer-  ous isn't calculated to make him vain.  If it is true that the good die young, it  is up to the oldest inhabitant to offer an  explanation.  It sometimes happens that a man puts  both money and confidence in a bank���������  and later draws out his confidence.  There can be no serious objection to a'  man's knowing it all if he will kindly j  refrain from saying "I told you so."  <$<m*^<S><S><s><3xSKS^^  To meet the requirements of this festival occasion we are now opening one  of the largest and  best assortment of Xmas Goods.        Our stock will comprise  Dressed, ranging in prices from 50 cents up.            Kid Dolls from 30 cents up.   Dolls' Furniture, Carriages, etc. .  Steam Toys, the Latest and Funny Mechanical Toys, Iron and  Steel Toys, Blocks,  '   Drums, Horns, in fact everything covering this line.  Smokers' Sets, Manicure Toilet in Letter, Ebony and Cellouid, and presentation wares.  H~H~H~H~H-H-++++<r  ���������H-H-++++  An endless variety of Well Bound Books, Xmas Cards in great profusion and more  to arrive in a few days.  ���������������������������������eD������9*������o0������������������������9t0ta������������������990ae*������e*������e*������0������������������������������0������e*9������e������������  m  m  am THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, December. 13, 1902.  Requires nourishment fn a concentrated, palatable and easily  digestiblti form. fk?vril should therefore form one of the  chief items on the diet list of every invalid, as it is the  embodiment of all these qualities.  BovrO is net merely a stimulant to prop up the flagging  spirits tor the passing hour. It is a highly nourishing food,  containing all the strength-giving properties of the best lean-  beef in the most palatable and easily digestible form.  >ovnI  1*  ,fe.  ^afius&zsBgs  !agy-ft:'^';y?^-?  JfMk^uX'  2ti������  E!^&BEZ2������^8mm!miaM$a������&  WILL B0II.D TO THB COAST.  Contract Let For  the Extension  of the V. V. & E.  Word has been sent ont from Great  Falls, Montana, that Siems & Shields of-  that city have been awarded the contract for extending the Victoria, Vancouver & Eastern railroad from a connection with the branch near Curlew,  to the coast. Work is to commence at  once, the cross sectioning for the first  16 miles of construction has been completed and work on this part of the line  is to begin immediately.  From Curlew the line follows the-Kot-  tle river to Midway, and ihen goes down  Meyers creek to Okanogan. In this part  of the route the road crosses the international boundary three times. From  Okanogan westward the engineers have  not definitely located the line, but will  do so as rapidly as possible.  Theconstruction of the entire 380 miles  to the coast is to proceed as rapidly as  possible. There is much heavy work to  bedone between Okanogan and the coast.  It is estimated that it will take three  years to complete the entire road.  Another new piece of work to be done  at once by these contractors is the construction of the spur into the Gran by  smelter. This has been tied up by injunctions, but Resident EngineerStuart  has orders to go ahead with the work  immediately.  Mathematics.  All niathematic   Tompkins knew  When he the world begun  Was how to gether what was due  To earnest No. 1  But later on he met a lass  And started in to woo,  And that, is how it came to pass  They walked out 2 by 2.  The girl was beautiful and good  And stately as queen.  Five, feet she in her stockings stood.  Her age was sweet 16.  'Twas 10 to 1 they would have wed,  For he did not decline.  Her father he did  that  instead���������  His shoo was No. 9.  But ljuithematic Tompkins,  he  To prove that be did  not  wait,  But from the parent's wrath did flee  At a 2:40 gait.  Such conduct as that father showed  Was not at all a gent's.  And Tomphins in that episode  Appeared like 30 cfnts.  The woeful maiden did allow  That to forget she'd   strive.  She's Mi-'s William Smithers now;  Her third is nearlv 5.  Your ClofKes  $re Old...  Then why not get the best to be had in-the  country for the money. An immense stock  of the best goods and latest patterns now on  hand.  ��������� You will be convinced by calling on  J. K. CAMERON,  Sandon, The Leading Merchant  Tailor in the Kootenay Country  The News From Billville.  The election in this neighborhood was  a flat failure. The best vote counter in  the country was to sick to be on deck.  Some of the folks who have been running for oflice around here actually.look  a day off Sunday and went to worship.  This sort of Georgia weather makes  the angels lean far out of the heavenly  windows and feel liking having a picnic  on the bills.  We need a railroad in this section. As  it ie now, a man has to ride four miles  to amoonshinedistillery.���������Arlanta Constitution.  We have not abvanced the price of  our tobaccos. Amber smoking tobacco, Bobs, Currency and Fair Play  chewing tobaceos are the same size  and price to Consumer as formerly.  We have also extended the time for  the redemption of Snowshoe tags to  January 1st 1904.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO CO, LIMITED  Try Lethbridge Coal, then you will  have the best, and cheapest. This coal  will make the hottcstand brightest fires,  besides it is earily handled, as it is very  clean.    We havo it forall kindsof grate.  How's This For a Frost?  William Boone, a miner who has  come down from Dawson City, Klondike,  to spend the winter with relatives at La  Plata, says he has dug 2?5 feet deep in  the ground of his claim but has never  been able to reach a a point where the  ground was not frozen hard. He left  his watch running as he set it at Dawson City and found thero was three  hours and a half difference between  Klondykeand Missouri time. Kansas  City Journal.  E. /L Cameron.  Spokane Palis  AND NORTERN RAILWAY CO.  NELSON A'FORT SHEPHERD RAILWAY CO.  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.  WASHINGTON & G-.-N. RAILWAY CO  VAN., VIO/&E. RY. & N. CO. :  '   ���������-o������������������ ���������. '.     . ���������.  The only all rail route between east, wes  and south to Rossland, Nelson, < I rand Fori; t  and Republic. Conneeis at Spokane'with lbs  (Jreat Northern, Northern J'aniijc and O. R. e  N. Co. for points east weft and south; conneeis  al. Rossland and Nelson with the Cnnadian  Pacific Railway.  Connects ot Nelson with K. R. & N. Co. for  Kaslo and K. & S. points.  Connects at Curlew with singe |Vir Greenwood unci Midway, Ii. n.  Bnili'tteaM run on trains between Spokane  and Republic.  Effective N'ov.2'.', 1902.  Leave. Arrive.  :2j'a. m......... ...Spokane  5:-l5 p.m.  'j0:l.r)-a. m Hossliiiid 2:10 p. m,  7-,0i)n. m Nelson , 8:-0p m,  111:00 a. m Grand Korks ���������>::0H p. m,  9:15 a. m KepubMc 5:10 p. in,  H. A. JAC'iSON*, G. P. tt T. A..  Sp'ku  e, Wash.  G. K. TACK A BURY,  Agent, Nelson, B. C..  TIOKISTS  TO ALL POINTS  and  VIA  Short. Line  TO  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago  AND ALL POINTS EAST  Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria, Portland.  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining & Buffett SmokingLibrary Cars.  2  Fast Trains at Convenient Hours  Between Spokane & Puget Sound  For rates, folders and full imformation  rrgarding trips, call on or address any  agi nt O. R. & N. Company.  A. B. C. D������nniston,       IL Brandt,  G. W. P. A. C. P. &T.-.A.'  Seattle, Wash.     Spokane, Wash.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDON, B.C.  ������������������*!  I  i  il  H  hii  I  8  m  is  en I  m  m  Sit  8  $  II  f  ;  1 THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, December  13, 1902.  White vs! Sancton Water & Light Co.  A new phase is now entering into the  long drawn out litigation between the  Star Mining & Milling company and the  Byron N. White eomotuiy, owners of the  Slocan Star, and one that will be the  means of still -further protracting' the  case in the courts, if not ending, in fnr-  tlisr.litigation". Besides appealing the  decision of Judge Martin in granting  the Star Mining Co. permission to examine the under-ground workings in  dispute, the defendants, Byron N. White  Co., have now entered a counter action  against the Sandon Waterworks & Light  Co.���������the same parties being interested  in this company as well as. plaintiff's  in tbe first case���������presumably by way of  retaliation.  By this counter action the Sandon  Water &"Light Co. are made respondents  in a damage suit arising Over a resevoir  locatedin the vicinitv of the Slocan Star  ground. Tho amount of damages claimed  is $1200 by way of rent, coveringa period  of four years, on the basis of $300 per  annum.  * It appears the Sandon Water & Light  Co. have been in possession unmolested,  under the terms of their water charter,  of a water resevoir in the bed of Sandon  creek, just situated on one corner of the  mill site of tho plaintiffs in this instance  which they claim they desire to use  for a. dumping ground for the waste  material coming nut of the Slocan Star.  They further seek the removal of Ihe  tank and damage accruing from the  flume pasing over a portion of their mill  site in conveying water for city purposes. The case will come before the  Full Court in Victoria shortly, and the  outcome will watched with interest.  We have not abvanced the price of  our tobaeer>s. Ambevsmokingtobac-  co, Bobs, Currency- and Fail? Play  chewing' tobaccos are the same size  and price to"Consumer as formerly.  We have also extended, the tjme for  the redemption of Snowsboe tags to  January l-'.t 1904.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO CO, LIMITED  The new parcel arrangement between  Canada and Britain whereby the' duty  can be prepaid, went into effect this  week. This will bo in time for the  Christmas and New Year's trade*. The  new system will bo a great convenience  and prevent delays.  Theodore Simons and wife left Saturday last for Montana, after spending  the last four months in Sandon. Mr.  Simons has just concluded making an  exhaustive preliminary survey of the  Rabbit Paw, on behalf of lhe Star Mining & Milling Co., as granted by the  courts in favor of the said company.  The public school at Three Forks will  be continued as Mr. Smith, teacher, has.  now the required number of "attendants" to maintain a school according to  the law of the province. If tbe average  school nge counts for anything Three  Forks can vie successfully with any town  in the district.  Invitations are out for the annual  New Year's ball at the Halcyon Hot  Springs on Wednesday, Dec. 31st. Ti-is  is the event of the season, and the reasonable rate of $1.50 includes the ball  and supper. Persons desiring to spend  a few days at tbe famous health resort  can do so and take in the ball at the  same lim������. A special rate of iflfl includes ball, supper and baths from Wednesday, Dec. 81st, until the following  Monday. .Don't miss this opportunity;  youcancombinehealth with pleasure by  attending the ball and enjoying (he  baths and health-giving waters for six  davs for a verv small amount.  The flost Complete Health Resort  On the Continent of North America.  SITUATED niDST SCENt-RY  UNRIVALLED FOR GRANDEUR.  Iliii! IM fe lilfll,  HALCYON SPE1XCS, ARROW LAKE, B.C.  Resident physician and nurse. Boating,  fishing nnd excursions. In telegraphic communication with all parts of iho world. Two  mails arrive mid depart*every day. Special  Winter Terms: ?12 io $13 per wee if," according  to lesklence in hotel or villas. Its baths cure  nil nervous and muscular disease-. Its waters  heal all kidney, liver and ftomach ailments.  I have placed in a stock of  shelf aud heavy hardware, suitable to the needs of everything in  the district. It will pay you to  call on me if you need anything  in the line of Building and Mining Supplies before going elsewhere.       My stock of  ff  9      ia.^^**^ w*_^  &c,, is large and well assorted. Plumbing  Steam-fitting, Sheet and ,Metal Roofing a  specialty.        Repairing neatly done.  e,  s  F*^5^^^N..-Y.i*JIv>tfBC^.*^UJfc.'J^r������SV.7^'^������4J.U'f^l^3Si.,=rlt     t  Of delightfully appetizing danti-  ness are not difficult of procurement or preparation, only two  things are necessarv to ensure  ^success.  One���������A knowledge of tlie large  and wonderfully varied assortment  of Canned, Preserved, Smoked,'  Dried and Pickled danties ,to be  found in our stock of groceries,  and the other���������a small amount of  money with to purchase an-ample supply;  But' whether you manage a home, hotel, or mine we can fil  your order with high quality groceries at the right prices.  Corned Beef, Pickled Ox "Tongue - aud Salt Pork a specialty,  -   Always a choice supply on hand of all kinds of ���������  Fresh and Smoked Meats,  Fresh and Salt Fish, -.   -  Hams, Bacon and Lard,  Fresh Sausage of all kinds daily,  Oysters and Game in season.'  SANDON, B. C.  HEAD OFFICE���������NELSON, B. C.  MARKETS AT ROSSLAND, NELSON, KASLO,  TRAIL, REVELSTOKE,  GRAND FORKS, PHOENIX,   FERNIE,   CRANBROOK,   .FORT STEEL.  SANDON  Towgood & Bruder  Brewers of Lager Beer.  Give our Bottled Beer a trial���������satisfaction guaranteed.  ���������   . Telephone 24���������Silverton and New Denver.  am������ai tuBii j.aarwe������������a  Try,the Review for you next order of commercial stationery. We have received a choice new stock of  letter heads, note heads, bill heads, statements and  everything required iu the line of office work. A  fine line of colored inks will arrive in a few days, and  all orders  will  receive  prompt attention.        A trial  solicited;  satisfaction guaranteed.  Tinsmith & Plumber,  Sandon, B. C.  imagM^^  SJgflUg&!ligHimgmiJUM������u������ THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, December  13,  1902.  CITY COUNCIL  Special Meeting Called aud Unimportant Business Transacted.  Special council meeting was held on  Monday last at which the i'onralderinen  were present���������Gomin, Brown,Walmsley  and Cameron. On motion Aid. Cameron  occupied the chair owing the mayor's  absence. ���������   '  Communication was received from  McAdairi on behalf of the Progressive  party, praying for permission to use the  council chamber when not interferring  with(iouncil. This was favorably received and tiled.  The icport of chief of police was referred hack to him with instructions lo  mako a detailed statement of amounts  collected.  An excess of $5.95 in E. M. Sandilands'  assessment was authorized to be remitted to him.  Thecoumil on motion extended the  time for the payment of taxes to the  31st of the-present month to all ratepayers desiring a rebate.  Tho following  accounts were  recommended to be paid by  the finance committee for the month of November:  SALARIES.  Geo. Wm to  $ 100.00  C. E. Lyons      00.00  ACCOUNTS,  B.C. Gazette $     2.50  A. Osborne, wood        5.00  Payslreak, printing      22.-10  J). J. Robertson, D. Davis funeral 15.00  C. E. Lyons, sundries      JO.50  Bank of Commerce, interest    4G0.00  F. J. Donaldson, drugs        2 00  Jalland Bros, feed      25.20  tl. liyers&Co 50  Miners' Hospital grant, 3quarters 150.00  E. M. Saiulilamls, Hume timber     64.08  Harry Nash, plumbing      10.00  J. M. Buckley, rent fire hose....     37.00  SCHOOL ACCOUNTS.  J. E. Loyering, salary     100.00  A. Osborne, wood        2.GO  Total '    $1050. SO  HUMMi  XMsttmttaaau  Jeweled  M. L, GRIMMETT, LI* B.  Barriiter, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  o--  SandoB, British Columbia.  The skips appointed at last week's in  anguration curling meeting met again  the following Friday night and as a result made these selections for. the season's curling:  F. H.. Hawkins  W. Crawford  C. E. Lyons  M. L. Grimmett  skip  Geo. Bruder  J. G. McDonald  C. P. Scale   '  A. Crawford  skip  A. II. Lewis  E. A. Cameron  J. B. ClifTo  A. McMillan  i-kip  J.E. Wood  "Wm. Bennett  Fred Ritchie  A. E. Hall  skip  M. Nicholson  T. R'. Robertson  Rev. J.   Mclntyre  Win. Go mm  skip  K M.  Sandilands  E. R. Atherlon  L Pratt  A Scott  skip  P Murphy   *  Jas. Val.lancc  Jas. V. Martin  N. J. Cavaiimigh  skip  W.G.Todd  ,T. E. Lovering  A. Grierson '  D. J. McLanglin  skip.  Rev. E. R.Robb  ���������.LAV. Gaukrogers  J. T. Beat tie  W.W. Fallows  skip  'THE   Brooches   here  men-  tioned may .offer a desirable suggestion for Christmas  buying.  Each one is of artistic merit  as well as surpassing value.  No. 13320, at $5, is a Star and  Crescent design of fine Pearls and solid  Gold.  No. 13317, at $10, is a rococco scroll  design in solid Gold, mounted with a  fine Amethyst surrounded with Pearls.  No. 13369, at $24, is a Pearl "Sun  Burst " of exquisite beauty.  No. 13400, at $42, is a Clover Leaf,  paved with fine Pearls, having for its  centre a beautiful Diamond.  We guarantee safe delivery, and cheerfully refund the full price if a selection  is in any way unsatisfactory.  Wrlto for our new catalogue.  Ryrie Bros.,  Jewelers,  Vonge and Adelaide Streets,  Toronto.  ���������   ATLANTIC STSAKiBIP TICKETS  To ami from .European points via Canadian  and American lines. Apply for sailing dates,  rates and full information to uny O. I'.K. ngeut  or R. Ii. ricCanunon, Agent, Sandon,  W.P. K Cuinmings, '..en.S.S. Ageut.Winnipog  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. F.  AND A. M.  Regular roininur.ii'iilion of the lodge.  Meets lirRt Thursday m each month at 8 p. iu.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  JAMES M. BARTON, Sec'y.  Established 1858.  . R. Smith & Co.  flanufacturers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy  ������-_  In tlip. president vs. vice-president  series of contests tbe following pamrs  have so far'been played resulting ns follows :  VICTORIA, B.C..  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  im  All sensible people travel by tiie  C. P. R.  Because   it   is   the   Svmbol   of  afety  President.  Vice-president.  Grimmett  14  Pr-ott               8  Cavariuiigh  Craword  Go mm  14  McMillan           7  Hotel Reco Arrivals.  W E Zwickey, W F Whellams, John  Keen, M Giegerich, Jas Anderson, P  Maris, Kaslo; C A Brown,   JoeCarden,  New York; H Newcombe, McGuigan ;  I'I Ferguson, GH Millar, Nelson; P. II  Bruce, Windermere; J A Teponten,  Thos C Gray, 0 J Fulton, Vancouver; H  M Fnllerton, Rndolphe Stuart, Percy  B Knowles, Victoria; Geo D Potter,  Spokane; A McQueen, R D Gammon,  South Fork; Percy O Molson, city; D C  Munson, H Barker, Toronto; Donald G  Forbes, 'Ferguson ; W S Jenkins. Alamo;  W S I) re wry, New Denver; 1) W Moore,  Trail; A R Finland. Mr and Mrs Gintz-  berger; Three Forks; A D Whealler,  Whitewater; W G Scott, Queen Bess  mine; OT Cross, M A Rathborne, Win  Muhter, Silverton ; J L Parher, Kimberley.  Kill! GUI C(  COFFEE  ROASTERS  Dealers in TEA and COFFEE.  X\'o ure ofTerine at (he lowest prices  the bent trades of reyloa, India, China  and Jnpnn Teas.  For I'rices see Nelson daily papers.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  Koofei\.ay> Coffee Co.,  T. 0. BOX 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON, B.C.  Metal Quotations.  Silver, 48%c per oz.  Copper, $11.65 per cental  Lead, $4A2)-.< percental  Spelter (zinc) $4.95  The irirl wlio takes tlie prize on home  made biscuits stands a better chancj 'nf  wearing orange blossoms than tlie young  lady who can work a ping pong bord< r  on a pillow sham.  j     FOR SALE.  i  I  !    25,400 feet of "1" wire  cible,  1  ] specially made of tlie best mater-  iial.    For terms apply to  J. J.   CAMPBELL,  Agent and Business Manager  Hall Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd.,  NELSON, B. C.  Cook's Ootton-'Boof Compound  Is successfully used monthly by over  '10,000 Ladies. Safe, effectual. Ladles ask  _ your druggist for Cook's Cotton Boot Com-  pstiid. Take no other, as nil Mixtures, pills and  Imitations are dangerous. Price, No. 1, $1 per  dox ; No. 3,10 degrees stronger,$������ per box. No.  J or 2, mailed on receipt of price and twoS-eent  Stamps. Tho Cook Company Windsor,Ont.  IS^~Noa. 1 and 2 sold and recommended by all  neaponsible Druggists lu Canada.  No. 1 nnd No. 2 in--. B'-l ���������> in Sandon by K. F.  ! McQueen and F. J. Donaldson, Druggists  I  Leave Pandon 8.80 a. m.   "  Arrive Winnipeg 3rd day 8.50 a m  Arrive St. Paul 3rd day 6.40 p m.  Arrive Chicago 4th day 9.30 a m  Arrive Toronto 5th day 2.45 p m  A1 rive Montreal 5th day 6.30 p m  Arrive New York 6th day 8.55 am  Close connection For all Eastern points  The C. P. R.  Luxurious Tourist Cars  owned and operated by the  company, leavu.for the east  as follows:  From Dunmoro Jet. daily for St. Paul  From Kootenay Landing, Tuesday and  Saturday for Toronto, Montreal and  all Kns-iem points.  Th rough book in k ������o Europe via all  the  Atlantic Koines.   Prepaid tickets   at   lowest  rates issued  from     nil     European  Countries.  Further infoimation as to why the C.  l\ R. is the most desirable route can be  had on application to  A. 11. Lewi=, Agent.  Sandon, B. C., or  J. S. Cakter, E. J. Coyle,  I).P.A.,Nelson.    A.G.P.A., Vancouver  OKW  W  Ifiili I!  etis  LIA1ITED.  International Navigation I Mine Co., Ltd,  ��������� Kaslo I Sleoan Railway Company,  NOTICE;  Commpucing Sunday, August 17th, 1902, the  following time card will be in eiTeet on  Kootenay Lake and K. .tS. Ry.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY.  KaSLO-sandq'n. route; '  9:00 am. leave.... ..Knslo .arrive 3:15 p. m  10:40 a.m. leave. .Whitewater... leave 1:42 p. in  11:00 ft 111. leare���������Mi'CSuigan....leave 1:22 p. m  11:2o a.m. arrive Sandon leave 1:00 p. m  A direct -connection is made at Kaslo with  steamer "both to and Irom Nelson.  STEAMER SERVICE.  KASLO-NELSON ROUTE.  5:00 a.m. leave Nelson... :nrrive   7 15 p.m  :i:!W p.m. arrive Kaslo leave   8:-10 p. in  Calling regularlv at Ainsworth and Pilot  Day and al all way landing* on signal.  Connecting at Nelson with Nelson A'Fort  Shenpard Railway both to and from Rossland,  Spokane, Etc.  TioketssoldioRll points in Uiiitod States and  Canadu via Great Northern, Northern Pacific.  O. P.. & N. Co., Ao.,.tc.  Ocean and steamship tieketsaii'1 rates via all  lines will be furnished on a, plication.  Kor further particulars call on or address  Root. Irving, WanngerKaslo, B. C.  Gko. Huston, Agent, Sandon.  1.-1 ���������  m  m  m  text  I  HI  II  fill  i  4  s^i'i  1  I Cxi S  I  f  1  ffl.  m  I  m  si  m  m  Is I  II  I  $1  IS  II  >  I.


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