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-.-”The Ketchikan Miner
Vo, j KETCHIKAN, ALASKA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1907. NO. 47 Jrioli -Ai. ^ wPl wX-U wUwX ,V. 0*4j4J*J4JW4J4J4.}4J4>JVJt j OSBORNE ART CALENDARS j t -=——— ! J ... t J Are Par Eice!l*rce in Calendars, being rep-odactions of beautiful a ^ paintings by eminent artists, gives item a va -c -ot inherent in a . 4 me-c picture calendar. We have a very attractive one for cur friends. Please call for yours, or send your address \X e also J have a few Parlor Calendars, a 1 file beau' . reserved e.-pesiafiy J v for ladies v ho c.li at ;l.s Burl, in person. Come early as they j 3 may not last. ; t : : J T No Calendars delivered to th. .KiLren wi.houl a written request. f •1 MINERS & MERCHANTS BANK j 3 OF KETCHIKAN > A * | REVILLA PHARMACY j j h Lp'.vney’s Fresh Special = al a fall 1'rt »' -- s | Novelties for the Holiday Trade [< * i 1 E i: «r\ •*?■=> j I ^ T" dT*^ ^ P i\/| O I? H ij Y ^ ! fi ^ , j ^1, A'^/ bL» As r > -M.-f a. J &.« A r-j'i f- *->*'.-? "7 (T /a ^r- r*. » * •» ■ 8 1 ; y We received on the “City cf Seattle another 1c t o X-*Mas Toys. They are selling rapidly. Make your selection quick. - i ;j AMY GRANT M y won the 9 * *3" l h t f T-* • 9 T prcm s pnnt/ h^sr • ? «< ,^T w** jl tt ** Vy •—. -*—w / ■ n**' Vy t** -> -L o y a a .„ [ gj Ail holders of “Tedcy Bear Coupons b a e .eq 33. d o retu n then to our store h a. 2 o clock on Dec. 4, ior prizes. J I O M TTC\ T1 A ISJ rn | i>» • i. i » z * ■.*»' jil'li k 1 3 W%. Ay \> » Rsies; Si .00 u> j . J E! sc .r:c Lighted Rijrr. v/iUi B-.h S.eam he_ted « » «-r» V U’ E* -J X^ A. J. 2 L::ot: Ketchikan Ths Right Time To Stari Your Savings Account Is £i the Beginning cf I The interest Period A New Libre.*t Period is Just Starling I All Accounts Opened New Draw j Interest Next January Ceaj Us Your Deposit By Kail j DEXTER, HORTON & CO. BANKERS, SEATTLE BEST IN A ALASKA ROOMS RESERVED BY CABLE AT OUR EXPENSE / THE MINES k: [- to Cause For Discouragement k —Change For ihe Betrer is l Not Far Off * I * - S The s’eamer Henriette is reported e I o be on her wav up, and on her ar r r.\:\ here will go to Su’zer for a ear ' j go o( Jumbo ore which is no.v await i ng her. The Alert made r special trip to ICaita hay today, principally for the * or pose of bringing i.ouae Mr. J. t. >:u her w ho has been at that place j'ince Saturday last making an exair - • • > .'a u: some mining property upon .vhicli Messrs, D. P. Black and H. C. Strong hold an optdon of purchase from \V. E. Taylor and associates. The good ship Kurus has gone ti dholmondeley sound, taking Bill} .’oners and a crew of men to do the lr.rmal assessment work of the Croesus .1.inn of mining locations at Ixitkoor :i;. This i- what is known as the ■ McMillin property, upoh which the ■ | .nnual expenuitura has been made foi J j he past halt dozen successive years, r n ore. bv their owner, and win J evinces no present intention to abnn |[ Jon them. I L ids Nadeau, the veteran prosp et . ..a has had - s rvey made pre* i imiuary to application for (latent to a 1; ru de of mineral locations lying r, . short distance northwest of town, i j aakirg his annual expeudituie ha* |i uinj ed into some much better look F; ng ere than that found in the open I! ut and upon the apparent value ol j ■ hicli his location was based. This not • recent development leaves little II room to doubt that lie has a very large t ody of ore at least a trifle bettei an low grade, and the nucleus of a j Toiit ible mining proposition. EDUC A TfON A L COT.U M N (By Leo FJanney) rrbiiv evening school close' for i ; acat. a f one week, beginning again j o M it day, INc. 30. Th re will U n se' i i>; New Year's Day. ! TI e report cards will cot lie issued } j 'il .v't- r vacation. . F Bowing at - - .'me of the editorials ■ - “Ssh ioI Mate,” publishei : 1 v by the North Star Literal; ■ Soviet. : ; ( hri-t i.:>s.—Wint i is c mirg on ii -(iLi-t. The cH. s are very short. ' die weather is chilly and often in tht M non iag frost covers the waiks.afford the c'-ildren a caste of * lie pood id wia'cr's sport, t H- as. too, i i t fir off. ar.d although it come: ve y year, it is al ways hailed will ‘ ieligiit. Although we no locgei - . ' - - : : down the chimney, we nev er i se uu. t *i est i the 25tb of Decetnf . r. at < very Christmas we we i! ink of tin .nanv, many tiui > we have straiutt am v\vs to keep awake until Santa t a s would come, and strained ou. .t- to he:; t ;e jingle of 1 is bells. ;otil we st last fell site -p in spite o' tur iT-jit- to k-ep our vigil. As t t go, and a ; : . . e we sli i . 1 . ' t’ -ee . t >rae. The Fourth of July. Thunks . Easier, New Years—out i loddays—are alt very happy and ear th- anticipated, but Christmas is am ret will be the grandest of tl em all. JENNIE HEATH. The Fiaa ci.ii Situa ion.—To bettei iDdet'tanci tile piesent financial panic • n the States perhaps it wouid be well to review She United States banking - sen. Banking is similar to any other busin s-. mo. ey being ustt where merchandise or most anythin' | Ise might 1 used. Three ot lout p i tent interest i- usually paid on depos ' its. Now, to be able to pay this and ! to pay the employees ol the bank, this | money d p sited must lie increased, f To do tiiis it is invested in different | enterprises. loaned on good s-curity, t etc. — in .short, it is circulating about j in tlie world. To meet the demand i of the depositors a certain per c ut oi tiie deposits are k pt nr. hand in specie j or legal tender. Usually this amount ( equals about fifteen p> r cent, of the j deposit' and at any ordinary time | would be sufficient for the demand. • But. if. as was recently the c..s3 in t VV li Street, the inuket is bid and prices lower, monc. becomes scarce and tlie people all rush to the bank to draw their deposits: the money on hand is not sufficient, and tin bank, though peifeetly solvent, must close . it'* doors. Tiirough tfie failure of this one hank the people lose their ci i fi -once mother hanks. They with i r i ti.-eir money and the bankers ar< n-j ngei able to circulate it about the world. Tb-.-re :n this year r.:> natural caus es fo: a p-i,!c. That is, the f r.i.r • s. u.i ci w ho n -o mugii of tiic fioanc.ai s;'C - - o the world o'ep-nds, have bail g. d crops. Among the money* led in a of the nation thsre s.-ern lo In- various opinions as to whether President Hoo-- v it limy be held to account for the present financial diffi culties. In the Satuiday Evening Pest the various opinions of various bssiues- men are i xpies-ed, ond from a few mi them we quote: John Wanit H.aker of Piiilnd-lphia, is oi the opin ion that ilie present condition of taffairs is not a real panic, and that t. I nusiness will s-.ju berime normal | again. O .1 ; eii of equal import- j ::nee anti rank declare tl at President, ' Roosevelt i> not a 11 an ol affairs, is ■ not a business man. And another, I thinks that the IVs'd.tit may have | ; tie ‘u incautious in his repeated state- I I mints of his d.termination to continue , I his tight agai <t corporate evils when j the finances of th ■ country were at j such a crisis. Men interested in the i Trusts and Loan companies claim that ! j he confidence of the people in the j banks was lost because of the insur-' ' mee scandals, and for these the Pre - I dent is to blame. But we think that roost of the peo- j i ale of the nation believes that the j President has taken this firm attitude i igainst capital and corporate povvei j or the stogie purpose os protecting I he rights fo tiie people,and the finan cial condition is simply a reaction ifter a period of great piosperity. Ol ' course it is natural to blame the Pres ‘ ident, hut the chief ones who blame j aim are the dishonest ones who have; ' been •‘hit’’ by his investigations, j something must ever be sacrificed i for right. BESSY SYMONDS. The Cliff Dwellels. — About om i ! housand years ago the territoty now | Deluded wiiliiu the hound: ri s of thi j Imted States, was possessed by a raci ; i if people whom we know as the ( iil I )>vellers. They lived for the roosi j art in New Mexico, Utah, and Ari c.jua. Tiiis race of people is supposei o have been the fir.-t to inhabit Nortl America and was likely the first to it- | ■igate the dry, d« sert-like plains it the southwetsern part of Nortlt Amer- , ica. It is said that the irrigating ditches huilt by them are better titan cany of those that are huilt ooiv-a l.tys. In digging, the race became ety rich in gold, silver, and precious tones. When the Indians came to that pan ■ f the continent, they kept the mouths ! if the caves and tunnels, in which tlit j i.ff Dwellers lived, so well guarded i aat tue ri c was literally starved ti 1 Jeath. Small parties of men have dug into j some of these ruined tunnels and found creal piles of human bodies perfectly .reserved by the subterranean air:, nit when they are lifted they crumble , a pieces. There is now a L Jy of men from. ' ie Archaeological Institute wito have i :st . cur'd permission from the Sec-; etarv of Agriculture, to explore j h-se tmunnels and find out what, they ; to uf this wonderful race. JOHN CAMPBELL. ; Washington, Dec. 1!'. —A confeunce s being held today between Delegat. j 'ale and Commissioner of Educatim j D own, the subject uuib r considers- j tioa h?ing the amount of increas j needed to carry o it the proposed im- j provement in the school system ir Alaska devoted to the education oi ! natives. It is the desire uf Conimis- • -inner Brown to ad i as a feature ol be school system courses iu manual t-r liiiir g. Washington. Dee. 19. — A bill has be on introduced authorizing the le funding to the town of Eagle the sum if seven luudred and fifty dollars which was paid by the town to the government for surveying the town site. The payment was made under a mistakeu ruliug of the surveyor gen eral. The money was not refunded s nce in such cases the matter must come before congress and an approba tion made covering the amount claim ed. Washington, Dec. 19.—It is possible there may be some delay in making the contemplated issue of Pannama cm?.l ban's. The application of George Austin, one of the bidders, w is rejected ard now Ausiin wants to know why. Secretary of the Treasury Cortelyou was today ordered to ap uear in court on January 3 d to show cause why the treasury department should cot he er.joined from making til > i-sue. Washington, D r. 19.—The squadron 0 Dig v- --.-is which b-.t s -vetal days ago on their way to the Pacific coast, has not been heard from for thirty hours. No anxiety is fedt for il eir safety, however. In regard to the length of time the fleet would re m kin un the Pacific coast, President lloosevelt today stated that no definite arrangements had been made for their r. turn and that it had not been deter mined as to how long they would re main. Washington. Dec. 19.--Delegate Cal is pit-paring a hill that has for its ol 1 -ct the cr- t u of mother divi-i n in 'Ua-ka to I (hi fourth oh -1( r. Tiie [ resent third division is to be vid- i 11 i i i -'} j a* t -. 1 -■ bill a|.-i p vidi s that iu case the D j:tii civi a o is c- i-.'b’d a fifrii judge is to le tqeinted who ii io act in h.s n ill c nu' ;y in any of the four di-.-i ts in- may h- needed in. Washington, Dec. 19. —It is a*> nounc-d today that the senate will ad journ at the clo-e of nee* '■beurday session fo: tlie holiday and .till riot reassemble until January u. Washington. Dec. 19. Senator Gore, of Oklahoma, has irti- d ie -d a hill providing for the election in the future of (Tilt'd States scuntors by direct vote oi the people KETCHIKAN Local Happenings of the Past Seven Days Tersely Told. (From Wednesday s Daily) Alderman Pittenger is reported or. i liis way home and due to arrive oi j the Jefferson, which was scheduled te Dave Seattle last night. The Princess May, which passed j down last night, took three tirst and. I ten second class passengers from this [port, ten of whom were for Seattlt a ;J iliree for Prince Robert. A Little Bit Too Previous.—Th< [City of Seattle did not arrive here this morning, as suggested site might ; do by The Miner last evening. Shi was reported to have left on the pre vious night, aud therefore could not possibly have made the time credited to her. Site will he due to arrive [early tomorrow morning. The Miner was just a little hit too previous, that was all. A. F. Guthrie A- Co., dealers it 'tuple aud fancy groceries, dry good-, tc.. at the lower end of Mission oreet. ate giving out the neatest ant nest artistic 1JW8 calendar that has s ir been offered to the people o .veteliikau, excepting o dy that of P. !. Gilmore, the clothier and dealer it .rent's furnishing goods. Both art genuine works of art, and are givei ‘ree to all who care to call and ask for them. Tiie Dirego came in this morning 'rum her return trip to Colder, to which place she went last week for r ieek load of marble. She came by vay of Hunter’s bav a' wbicb place, a addition to her 125 tons of mat hie. he took on 15.7 i i cases of canon almou, thus cleaning up the year"? pick of the cannery there. She left n the wharf here about 25 boxes o' tvsb halibut for which she had m roo >i except on deck, wlv-re in case o! heavy weather they would he exposed to damage txuivilent to total loss. The revenue cutter Rush arid vet ; :own ibis morning and at this vritins i s moored at the Pnion what f wait ng for the weather to moderate -u - ficienrlv to eurtbie her to proceed snfi- j ly on uer wav to Seattle, for wliici j place she is bound from Sitka. Sh, j 'eft t >e list named port last week b ; Juneau whence she purposed proceed j ingRo her destination hy tha outsiJ. i route. She met exceedingly roug! ! weather, however, and after vainb endeavoring to reach the sea througl Icy straits, changed her course to tin inside passage, arriving her1 with tin conviction that with vessels of hei las' discretion at this season of lilt year is the better part of valor, (From Thursday's Drily) Bishop P. T. Powe 1 ft for his home it Sitka on the City of S ittie this morning. T e Dlrigo lay in th>s harbor unti an early bout this meriting. when she set out tu continue tier voyage tt Seattle. 1 lie l ush left this .orencon for r continuation of her voyag ■ m Seattle, wdiere it is un er.stooa she will tu up for the winter. The City of Sra’.tP goes to Sitka this trip and may n it he e>; ected hack here on her return voyag/. much, if any. before the 2(!th iu-:. The Jefferson is reported as having left Seattle at in o'c' .-it Tuesday night, and should therefore he due ti arrive here early to uorr v morning Probably Only A Josh.—Dick St ck just returned from Seattle reports ex Mayor Martin, and Treasurer Kii g o this city, as having gone to Honolulu. If there were any matin, - here Dick might ffud one or more auditors t< sdy to give credit to that altogether trans parent josh. The City of K t1' arrived up this morning about 4 o'clock, bringing tin largest cargo of th j season to ltd* I or:, and a ninaher of pus-tug is, among them R ch ird Stack an I son. of Loring, B. 14. Neiding, manager of the Xiblack mine, and Harvey Stack pale, of this place. Richard Stack, who went to Han Francisco some time ago with the avowed intention of placing his young son in school at Oakland, returned on the City of Seattle, bringing the hoy home with him. Richard says tin school is probably all tight enough, but that lie didn’t deem it quite safi enough to tiust his son’s health to the vagaries and vicissitudes of tin beast ly climate oi that particular region. Sup -riit ndmit George Rounsfell, of the Ket 'hikan cannery, who n ct i 1 returned from Vancouver, brought h!-: sij’i “Jack’’ home will) him In' ihu purpese of placing hint i.r tin high school here. Jack has hen em ploy d in a hi.-.-k, hot le?>. |a:.nt' think the proper pb.c ■ for i..:iii ler year or two will in- iu .school, and that they give the Ketchikan high the prefert-r..:; is net to he wonder, i »». considering the g rid m r t it Is C nil shing. Higb-u l’otlntch.— Th f doral HTir i-:ls weri knit bu y I.r a tine th ni ning rounding up a few nstiv whocekdr t d too well bet net. wi-r ly at tiie putLch given yesterday by "V illy Brown” to his Ketchikan ami Sax mao relatives and friends. it tppears that some of the maternal an cestors of Mr. William Brown were laid to rest on Pennock island some years, more or less, ago, and that he invited the aforesaid relatives and t'iends to participate yesterday in the ceremony of planting a monument to | heir memory, and the iisuual feast 01 'otlach coincident thereto. The mon itnent was accordingly taken over to Pennoeh island in the forenoon, ac companied by the invited guests, who ; eturned in due time to the feast pre rtred for them, at which there was a low of native eloquence, and a de vouring of hardtack and apples which cry nearly cleaned up the town's sup ly of those commodities, and the giv i tg away by the host of food and cash in unstinted measure. It is asserted hat the cash donations alone amount 'd to between five and six hundred dollars. The festivities were kept up : inti 1 a late hour last night, and not concluded till some of the guests had •ucceeded in quenching at least a -mall pait of their thirst with some thing stronger than the cider contrib uted by the host, lienee the rounding up by the i iffoers this morning. i ° (From Friday’s Daily) Tite following persons are reg -ter cd at the Revilla: L. M. Howard, Seattle; Miss 13. Bruhn, Ketchikan: W. Siivi«, Jas. Smith, Joe Uam ulet, Seattle. At the Steelman today are register ed: Win. Newton, Spokane; Ii. B N’eiding, X,black: Clinton Stevens Israel Stevens, M. F„ Mania, K. steers, Ketchikan. The bowling eo.itest between the \il-Stais and tlm Bachelors is scbedul* el to take place this evening at tr. bawling alley. This will be the fiist •neeting between the two teams this * ason, and an interesting match may ii - looked for. Arrangements have been completed iy the Ketchikan Steamship company or placing a new boat, on liie Seattle Ketchikan run in place of the Alaskan vliicli was lost on the rocks near Sey mour narrow . Toe new vessel vvi 1 make regular run-, beginning January 1, when she will have Seattle north hound. This arrangement is tempor trv and is made i. r the cyavcnicac i shippers. As - .on t.s l e b at n n i ii g bui : by M run Bros, of H le or the Ketch ik a i S.euuishlp co upan, s completed, the regular schedule o c i. Ala-=kiin wis be res. me I by the any with their new vessel. The launch Uncle. Ban is at Hadl.y waiting for favorable weather beloia a .-u.pt:ug to reach Ketchikan. Mr. and Mrs. Eioht. Graham, who I i.tve been on a visit to the sound, re- i at u d last night on the Jefferson. \s The Miner suggested yesterday, be it-put t that ex-Muyor Martin aid i\ easurer King had stalled Icr H; no l.ru piovcd to le without foundation. B ith gentlemen arrived home last j light on the Jefferson. Bert Falkaer, formerly citv ninishal ! f tills city, was a north bound pas -•etiger on the Jefferson, rcUuntog f 11 to his 1 .1 nc in Juu Tbo launch Alert, which cailsd in ■ o Baldwin for a quantity of powder, s due, b it is u t i u she will .itetnpt to cross the straits with hei xpksive cargo until the v.k- (tin r moderates sufficiently to make the ! rip a safe oi e. The case of th- natives, who over- ■ did tile ctlebra on of a pothdeh o ijcli an extent tbit the local officers! i d to take a hand in the affair it j rder to get it untangled, will come! .,) for hearing before Judge Stack role j i ite Ibis afternoon. One case v.iii bt ; disposed of today. There are t! rec ! natives una i arrest an i a vva 'ant iris ijcen issu d 'or a fourth. Toe o her cases will probably come up for 1. at - og ton.i now. Th * J ffersoi arrived in about 1 o'clock this morning it.mi Seattle, bringing a large list of passengers for t is poi t and a consignment of about . irtv ton- of freight for the local i. o - c iants, most of which would h .ve cam ! on th • < 'ity of S attic Ii id n .t that v is.-.cl 11 -ii 11.a ed to her cap tv. Toe foffpving is h r pu-sr. g. r list for th- [i ace: Furm-st Steer?*. M. K. Mirtin.M yin.i Lillian, II Icn bus s II, Nellie Fust r, fa ids Fatland, G. K. Glanding, F it I Povveis. (.'hariio i Bin ith, Freeuiunt King, Mrs. R. T. Griiliam, S. 1’. < Iters, \V. liodg-on, Jos. Hamhii t, Kuitli Bruhn, iartei j Stevens, Clinton Stevens J. Pitt' ng er, R. T. Gridiam. Uoals Trotter, J toy I’rotter, and John Lourc au. T'u* lug Vigilant left this morning with two s'ons, out of which v:t» "■ 1.1 d tiow o to Bold isl ii. j. To • "i was I ft tiieic. and vv.ll Ii In u Willi vvooil for tin a -v.u.l!, !o l.c .i ill keeping Op til j Hie "... it • .1. •; o V C ; during the build i s « b-.**i tb; m :! • : o. I*., i • tilI r ly cio-i . I do .v it. T ..' .1 is to lie supplied by .Vi;-- D . . i . is choirii off a )i of I ir.rt •.>•• o ti i lower end of Bu d is an ‘ wit i t!i i h. t union o converting it into a ritich. i1 ; - M r. : •'on! on's i-'i• ps" t i i - irk' o ii - ti goats a, n,<ni as i e p r ill* I ii.d ill shape for rr 'if So T ii* otln-r >.*ow taKi'ii nut by •' c . ■ i! -tti *. vt- ; ■ i Ii i vu h •. » b hie o a ' .od Ii - on Pc..I p.-k i la..d, but I ti W co'.uiInr.ls of the o.vnet ;;i the v.r o could i t n<* d scuvoeci a:.d the s o.' ■vas liti ugni. Ij.n k empty. ANNOUNCEMENT The Great Oratorio, He niel s “The Messiah,” to be Given at Ketchikan, Dec. 30 The Metlnkahtla Choral Societ/ has linen in existence about thirty years, and it was lirst brought through tho labors of Mr. Duncan. Previous to its regular organization, Mr. Duncan and his assistants led congregational singing in church services at Metla kahtla until the then young men and women were able to acquire a suftici nt knowledge of music to form them selves into a choir. Of the original members only four or live appear in the presen organization. The music used at the time were of the ordinary church hymns and chants. Later on anthems were studied and sung in public worship, until povv the society has in its library a very full collection of sacred music such as any organization of its kind anywhere is able to study and perform. In tile early part of this year when the Metlnkahtla people were arrang ing for a jubilee celebration in Mr. Duncan's honor, tlie Choral Society decided to attempt a p.ibiio perform ance ol Handel's ‘'The Messiah’’ in connection with that event. A com plete set of books on the great ora torio were at once ordered and re lcarsal.s were occasionally held. It i as rather a difficult task to go ’brough the oratorio with the Choral Society,owing to tho repeated absence now and then of some oi its members, especially during tlie summer months when people scattered and worked foe t living. Hut Mr. Benj. A. Haldane, the organist and music teacher, labor ed patiently until the society was ready to pn sent tho oratorio on the •vening of October tlie 2nd, last, at Metlakahtla. The society now again plans to give ■a series of public performances of the oratoiio “The Messiah.” The dates selected for these concei ts are its fol lows: Metlakahtla, Friday evening, December 27 : Suxman, Monday after noon, I) eeirher 30; Ketchikan, Mon day evening. Du:emit r 30, an i if the way np.n.-. Port Simpson, B. C., Jan uary 1. The performance in K'tchikm at tie Bui Men's hall. Monday evening, Dec. 30, wiil le twco pan d with ni ches.ra! puts. Au aduusison will le charged for at the door, tlie proceeds of which will go to some cause which in the judgment of the 0 o tl Society Is right and vv tl y at M tl kahtla. We lit! v • that ill is is the only in -tance of its kind in North America w i n a I and of Indian young men a d women, i . their own interpretation and in a language different from t mil's, can porlorm such a great work fart its Har.lei’s "The Messiah.” We sincciv.y trust that- tlie public will kia ly take due notice if tho above annum,ament, and give much enc urageu ent to tlie Mi i iakuhthi Choral Society by their attendance at tin- pe.rformanci s on the evening at 7:45 o’clock p. in ot Monday, iLcem b r 30. UPWARD MAIL D IN. The Canadian Manufacturers’ asso ciation lias applied to Lhe government for a permanent tariff commission., like the railway commission, with power to hear complaints of iuad;-. quate tariff protection, and, if tlie evi dence is .sufficient, to remedy it. If tlie government agrees tho manufact urers will appoint an expert or take evidence, and, if tho complaint is sustained it will he referred to the commission. If t ot sustained it will ho thrown out. The manufacturers also want th a government to abolish tiic leeway ci ruse in tli • dumping act with tlie excdition ol non and steel., In tlie case ol iron and -t yl they want tlie present clause to stand. The unit: ufacurers complain tint tiler ■ is great, deal of “dumping” in Canada froiu • - the United States. This, they say, is. on account of tho depression ou the other side of the line. Because < t tills they assert that Ameiicans rue selling in tli • Dominion below Ameri can market pric s. The mine operators at Co’dfii Id have t cklol a serious coniireL in nt t tr.pting to op. iat : w i:. i men i;r,t alii - iated with cither the Western Fedi r atio.i of Miners or the Winners of th ■ World. The mine 1 or • rs of Nevada, and pat tin.dai ly of C did ehl, are th; r ougldy organiz 'd, i os 1 in tint told of tlie W■.-t.' in Fed- i l ion, ii is ver, with tin pvtiteodon i.l the le.;er„l 'roups ai'.sui . tl it i- pud ahi" ;htu a mn-m iut ton" can It • >■ ■- • ' 0 Relent to vvii't: t lie in . \ . ■ , t go- •, without a . n , i it.il y t; tv >>> 0 -'i'.'ll.v »' I 'V p!,- .'• • ! :■ a- ' iie.e-. rent ill To :• 11 i ; vt li > v li ( isjios; tie j l ii :• • • • i 1 -j ■ with • li • r i! i , ■ > ■ , i a m 11" 1 aiu'y foli.i *, • v c i .. i . | i l o i liter I i <' w i ' tv, r li u , >n .• i:,e:i. T :t. , c i ;■ "t a p i . . i i I i; 111 ' : look 'or i i l-f *i* i*. 'an ■ i r. -.n a i ir ■: t; on *. ■ i ' , ! no • ., i i I ' i ly '■ k : . vm W ' I; follow I ' id r ; oil t I: o I . *: l C * * * ■ . i . ’ > * :» I * ’ ' III| •• • J -h i:■ i ■ in ibe i i I' id >• ihio T.i a . i • fo an , ,.m "ii g 1 ili i" p m .'e . ii- m i- ran !i I-dy li Mii .1 to L ■ pr.jiu - ug.