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in our district, just south of ui. ii the famous "North Star" Mine, which has produced to date over $20,000,000.00 in gold, and which is producing now about $1,000,000.00 annual
lv. Down to the 800-foot level the "North Star" made but little money, but, after sinking below that depth, values grew richer and ever richer. The "North Star" is mining today
from the 4,200-foot level and there ii no question that its gold -encrusted rock continues down to a point where the blast and the drill cannot reach.
WE HAVE THE "NORTH STAR" VEIN, AND THE DEEPEST WORKINGS OF THE "MAYFLOWER" ARE NOT DOWN MUCH MORE THAN 700 FEET. Verb. Sap. BUY
"MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW. Of the other veins crossing our estate the ones principally worked hitherto have been the "Mayflower" and the "Beckman" lodes. The
first has returned a saving in the mill of approximately $30.00 per ton; the "Beekman," about $200.00 per ton. Rich values these, but in connection therewith let this impressive
fact sorter sink into your soul: Neither the "Mayflower" nor the "Beekman" vein, nor anv of, our other veins have been followed down more than 700 feet, where big values al
ways begin. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW. The uniform experience of all the great mines surrounding us has been the "North Star's" experience values in
crease with depth without exception. We are going down to chase the richest of it to a stand-still. And we have eight prominent veins to sink on not merely one and a
gold gravel channel to play with, on the side. If you want confirmation of these statements, and you are entitled to it before investing your money, call for the U. S. Government
Resorts. ' BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW. "Weight not so much what men assert, but what they can prove," said an ancient wisdom merchant. He nailed it
there. Proof is the thing. We have proof, full up and running over, and all ready for you, concerning every statement we make about the "MAYFLOWER" Mine. In the mean
time, we recommend the Stock at 25 Cents. Buy it! The more you buy, and the quicker you buy, the happier you'll be by and by. It's your move. BUY "MAYFLOWER"
STOCK. BUY IT NOW!
DROP IN WHILE PASSING. PHONE 499
GRO. M. SHAW
M. IVAN DOW, Fiscal Agent
Office, Suite 51 and 52 Alexander Young Big.
BUY IT NOW
E. J. 8TELLWAGEN,
WHO WILL ARRANGE
mors tr .imfcD'
12. J, Stollwagcn, who has been ap
pointed clmliiimn of tho committee
to arrange for the lnuugutntion
display next March, is n prominent
business man In Wellington. The
appointment wna made by Frank
II, Hitchcock bemuse of Mr. Stell
wngen's pioioim experience In ur
lunging mich (elcbrntlons. lie U
u personal frlenil of Mr. Tnft.
Castro's Rule Is Ended
Venezuela Settling Up
CARACAS, Venezuela, Dec. 22. Ex-Mlnlster of Foreign Affairs Jose
Paul lias bceu ordered to Kurone to settle the disputes between Vene
zuela aud the Powers which have arisen under the udnilnlstratlnn of
Castro Is openly charged with complicity In the conspiracy to assas
sinate Vice President Gomez.
The Dictator's (Castro's) rule has ended.
lie Is thoroughly discredited. '
He Is not expected to return to Venezuela,
1IKKUN, Germany, Dec. 22. Castro Is apparently unaware, of his
downfall, and cf the occunences In Venezuela,
MILLION DOLLAR CARGO LOST
CKOOKHAVEN, Dec. 22. The steamship Irada, with u million-dollar
cargo, has been wrecked. The crew have been Baved after the mint ter
rlblo experience in clinging to rocks. The cargo Is lost.
HELD FOR FAM0US
' "" PARIS'MURDER
HERALD SQUARE THEATRE FIRE
(NEW YOllK, N. Y Dec. 22. The Herald Square Theatre was bad
ly damuged by fire tonight during a performance. The audlencu filed
out without punlc and no ono was Injured.
PACIFIC FLEET TO CHILE
PANAMA, Isthmus of Panama, Dec. 22. The Pacific Fleet has sailed
for-Talcalnino, Chile, with the exception of the Colorado, which Is uwult
ing her new commander. .
CHIEF JUSTICE OF CANAL ZONE
WASHINGTON, D. C Dec. 22. H. H. Oudger will bo appointed
Chief Justice of the Canal Zona to succeed Chief Justice Durati.
m i si i
' CHRISTMAS MAIL SACK STOLEN
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 22. A mall sack containing registered
Christmas packages has been stolen from the depot.
BEACHED SHIP REPAIRED
Looking every bit as good ns wlion
hlio siilled fi mil San Francisco several
months ngo, which icsiilted In her be
ing wrecked on a reef off Sun Miguel
isl.iml, tho Get man Mourner Amibls, of
tho Kosmos lino, milled ngulu on No
ember 25 for Haniiuig with a cargo
of gialn ami case goods. Tim Amibls
nas icpulied ut a cost of ueuily 110(1,-(00.
Shlpi lug men of Seattle, Wash., ivro
Joining with others alone; tho Coast in
linking their Uepiosentatlves In Con-
giuss to tako somo ulou at the com
ing BPBslon lor properly lighting thu
Aluskau coast. On thu Ilrltlsh Colum
bia side tln'io aiu m.uiy aids to uatlga
lion, but tho Amoilc.iu coast lias been
W. It. Castle, Jr., assistant doau of
Harvard University was the guest of
honor at n dinner given by President
Homo of thu Kamehameha Schools to
tho alumni of Harvard. Castle made
un Informal address, speaking at some
length of the position which thu fac
ulty hud taken in regard to athletics.
"llannrd has always stood for tho
principle of ulniilg games If possible
but nut at any cost," said Castle. "To
go In and do thu best you possibly can
to win by nil fair means, but to go not
un inch farther. Genoral Interest in
othlctics Is what wo are now woiklng
for, mom games and a bettor chance
tor uuijbudj to play"
Mr. Castlo then spoke of tho falling
off of entiles lo 'ho imlwrslty fiom
thu cuhteni states, f Ho stated that
thls.jeurs theio woio eighty less fresh
men than tho year before. Ho attrlb
uuted this in great part to tho hard
times. Harvard, Yalo anif Princeton
all fell oft while Columbia gained,
which proved that Now York parents
who would otherwise have vent theli
sons to one of thu c-jove-nanied Insti
tutions, had sent them to Colmnblu so
that they could live at homo.
Other speakers wer: E. A. Mott
Smith, W. It. Castlo Sr.. Dr. Urlnckur
hoff, C. H. Alton, Professor nabson
and D. U Wlthlngton.
Those who were present were A. L.
Castle, W. H. Custlo, 8r., W. K. Cas
tle, Jr., P. h. Home, . S. Homo, It.
II. HoBmcr, E. A. Mott-Suilth, El. G.
Spencer, J. W. Gllmoro, C. 31. FlUs, n.
V. Wilcox, J. A. Wilder, D. I Wlthlng.
ton, Professor Uabsou, S. Lowroy, F.
I.owroy, r. II. Ulanchard, Dr. llrlncker
hoir, F. Dllllughaui, J. M. Monsarrut,
C. II, Olson and 8. Livingston.
TB" . lm
Woik on construction of gieut
f I eight yards at Visltiiclou Is being
(The arrest of Mine, Steinhetl, whose
husband was strangled to death in
his home In Paris last May, has
caused a tremendous sensation In
France. Many exciting episodes
lyive resulted from the efforts of
the police to clear up the mystery
of the artist's death, and the ar
rest of Mine, Stelnhell followed
damaging statements she had
mado against several other per
sons. Thu woman's name Is now
linked with the death of Felix
Faure, President of Franco. In
1880. Although hushed up at the
time, It Is alleged now that It was
common knowledge that Mme.
Stelnhell v. as with Fauro at the
Klyseu paluco when he died.
For a few of the leading brands of
cigars, see Pltzpntilck l'Afrlcinos,
Adullna Pattl, lloftman House, Wil
liam I'enu, Glluian House uud John
W, Merrlam's New York goods, tho
Iannis Hull Dog,
San Francisco clubwomen differ con
cerning proposed inarrlugo lufoiin bill,
undo ono le.ulei regards iiioveinent as
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