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 >���?-.  ������>>' V .vr,;'!-'tivd /, ��� "' "  IP   :M>  G>    'I  3(5    -APR 25 1906 .   ~J  *^fe  THE    ATLIN  vot;. 14.  ATLIN,'B.C.,   SATURDAY,    APRIL    14,   .906.  NO. 353  >"I"*  r.ELEGEAPH.TC.  WINNIPEG STRIKERS  GOT INCREASE.  The Russian-Chinese Friction  Interests Americans.  JAPAN MAKES DEMANDS OF CHINA.  Russian   Opposition's Victory���Coal  Operators Refuse to Arbitrate  --Socialist   Riot   at   'Frisco-  Conditions  at Vesuvius���New  Methoii   of   Spoiling'~ Castro  Retires���Ena's Marriage.   -  Isi-iiciAi. 'jo -.rni: oi..a]m.i  Winnipeg, April ',2.���Tbe  street  car strike, which threatened to temporarily demoralize business  in this  city,   was   amicably settled  at noon  on the 7th inst., when the company  granted   tlie   mens   demand  for a  small increase in wages.  Washington, April 14.���The recent reports of alleged friction between the Russian ��� aud Chinese  troops at present occupying Manchuria have attracted considerable  attention from tbe American state  department. ��� However, no official  information has been received l'rorii  either of " the two most interested  powers.  .  London, April 12.���Official information has been received here to  the' effect that Japan has formally  demanded of China that the city  of Mukden and the An Tung province be opened next month to all  foreign trade.  St. Petersburg, -April 12.--The  belated election leturns have only  tended lo increase the magnitude of  the victory of lhe opposition to the  present government party, which  will shortly step down aud out. A  complete re-organization of the cabinet is expected at an early date.  Many people believe that tbe present bitter tight which is being  waged between Premier Witte and  Minister of. the Interior Duronovo  will ultimately result in the resignation of both officials.  New York, April 12.���The anthracite coal mine operators have,  as the result of a meeting which  has just been .held, emphatically declined lo accept the proposal of the  miners to si,bmit to arbitration the  difficulties existing between them.  The ������anthracite miners strike extends to all mines throughout Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory and Arizona, ��� ���where everything, is closed  clown and will remain so 'until the  strike is settled.  The soft coal miners have won  their strike for an increase in wages  and have returned to work.  S'lii Francisco, April 12.���The  fiercest riot ever witnessed in this  city occurred yesterday as the result  of a meeting which was held by the  Socialists to expiess their sympathy  with    tbe   officials  of  lhe Western  Federation or Miners who are held  on charges of complicity in the murder of ex-Governor Stuenenberg, of  Idaho,   some   months  The  orators of the Socialists declared  that if the' accused were proven  guilty and convicted.it would .take  the entire army,of the United Slates  lo execute them. The police tried  to arrest the speakers, which action  precipitated a stupendous riot, and  several policemen were more or less  severely injured. -  Naples, April' 12.���White, hot  lava from Mount Vesuvius'has completely destroyed the once thriving  townofBoscotrea.se and" a number  of villages in its immediate vicinity,  and from all of which tbe population  had previously fled. Fully 150,000  people from-the afflicted district are  now -in this city. The volcano is  becoming more active and several  earthquake shocks which have  taken place have badly shattered  numerous buildings here.  Chicago, 111., Apiil 12.���A Zion  City despatch states that Dowie has  been denounced at an open meeting  of his late followers and branded as  a spendthrift, traitor aud liar by  overseer Voliva, the newly appointed leader.  - London, .April-12.���A- late,des~  patch from Capri; in - Italy, to the  Daily Times says that two hundred  people perished by tbe collapse of a  church at Sangauseppe and two  hundred more are believed to have  been killed in the surrounding district as tbe result of a severe earthquake which occurred there.  ��� Wichita, Kan., April 12.���The  business portion of Belleplain, situated twenty miles south of this city,  was practically destroyed by fire  last night. The loss amounted to  over $15,000.'.  Elferrol, Spain," April 12.���A  slight earthquake shock was felt  here last, evening but no damage  has been reported.  Naples, April 13.���Viewed as a  whole tbe conditions throughout  the area affected 03' the present  eruptions of Vesuvius are much improved this morning as compared  with those of the early hours of  yesterday." Frequent detonations  are still heard but they are decreasing in number and growing less  audible. The crater of the volcano  is gradually getting larger but the  rain of ashes and cinders has greatly  diminished.  .-���New'York, April 13.���A simplified method of spelling many of the  words of the English-, language, as  recommended by Andrew Carnegie,  is to be thoroughly tested immediately by the New York board of  education.  New York, April 13.���President  Castro, of Venezuela, has resigned  from office. He gives as his reason  that he desires to retire to the rest  of private life for some time owing  to the strenuous work which his  position enacts. Castro says that,  should   bis    temporary   separation  from the bead of affairs bring harmony and good-will lo the country,  he is willing to make his letirement  permanent.  London, April 13.���Replying to  a numerously signed Protestant protest against the approaching . marriage of Princess Ena of Battenberg  to Kiirg Alfonso ol Spain, Home  Secretary Gladstone points out that  the assent of King Edward is not  necessary to the marriage.  .Vancouver, April 13.���The C. P.  R. steamer Princess Beatiice sailed  for Skagway and Canadian way  points on Tuesday night. She took  a considerable quantity of building  material for the proposed new hotel  at Conrad, Y. T. 'She also took  some material, for Rivers Inlet ordered by G. I. Wilson, of this city,  for use in. the re-construction of the  Bain-Wilson cannery, which was  blown ��� down last week by a small  tornado. .  GENERAL   NKWSl  Senator Chauncey M. Depew "is  reported lo.be in a state of complete  nervous collapse at New York.  The Mystic i Shriners, of Seattle,  have chartered the C. P. R. steamer  Princess Victoria aud will tour  Alaska riext mouth.  - "Joe "Gans'-aud- Rufe Turnerrtwo  of the cleverest colored boxers in  the world, are scheduled to fight iii  Seattle next month.  Tbe dock at the foot of Columbia  street, Seattle, collapsed on April  5th. Eighteen persons were thrown  into the water but were rescued.  A Dawson despatch says that the  Guggenheimers are taking over all  the Treadgold interests on Bonanza  creek, aud which they had under  bonds for $500,000.  From Chicago comes tbe statement that Dowie has been deposed  as tbe bead of Zion City aud that  even his wife joined the movement  against him. Wilbur Glen Voliva  is Dowie's successor.  A report from Oerel, Russia, of  April 6th stated that a proclamation  against tbe Jews, which bad been  issued from tbe government printing-  office there, had been widely distributed among tbe people and an  Easier massacre was believed to be  a certainty.1        ,  Russia has submitted a plan to  President Roosevelt to re-convene  tbe Hague peace conference early  in tbe coming summer. The Netherlands have indorsed the proposal.  Since the disposition of the Alge-  ciras affair the powers are free to  act individually.  'A late Madrid despatch said: A  plot to assassinate the whole of the  Spanish royal family during holy  week has been discovered by the  authorities. Anarchists are said to  be the plotters. Details are meagre  as tbe censorship will not allow  news to be given out.  Actual-fighting occurred last week  at. the Edna mine near Irwin, Pa.  The   strikers   were ���licavilv armed  and kept up a steady fire upon the  strike breakers and prevented them  from working. Tbe coal operators  decided that il was unsafe lo try to  further introduce non-union men. -  - Tbe N. W. M. P. patrol which  left Dawson last December for, Fort  Macpherson," near the mouth of the  McKenzie . river, arrived back in  Dawson last week. The officer in  charge ol the patrol, Corp. Mapley,  reports .having encountered severe  cold- weather and deep snow on  tbe way.  General Vou Mack, who is bead  of the Red Cross branch of tbe Russian army, returned to Moscow from  tbe far east last week and created a  sensation there by declaring that  the Japanese are making extensive  preparations for war and will'fight  the Americans for tbe possession of  the Phillippines.    ���  A fire broke out in the eighth  story of tbe Chamber of Commerce  building, Portland, Ore., on April  6th and Horner Allcock,. a prominent railroad man, took to the fire  .escape but its fastenings gave way  and he fell to the walk below and  was instantly killed. Many others  saved their lives by jumping from  tbe eighth story windows into the  iife nets. '��� Mr. Clapp, a club chef,  was injured by breaking through a  life net.  ' 1  At Moscow, ou April 3rd, a leading newspaper published telegrams  from a Harbin correspondent saying  hostilities are imminent between  Russian and Chinese troops. The  Chinese, influenced by Tapan, are  moving forward 011 the Russians.  Demobilization of tbe Russian army  had been stopped and General Groi-  doff, the Russian commander iu  chief, bad issued orders lo prepare  for an emergency and, if an .attack  is made, to occupy tbe Chinese  strongholds. Tbe situation was  becoming intense.  The Russian aud Chinese ministers in conference at Pekin over the  Matichurian question had, orr April  6th, failed to arrive at an agreement.  Russia demands that all the privileges she now enjoys iu Manchuria  be permanently guaranteed. On  the other hand it is the determined  policy of China to withstand all  foreign encroachments upon her  territory. Both countries have  powerful armies stationed in Manchuria ready for immediate action  and open hostilities ���. are liable to  break out at any time.      '"���'���  A Naples despatch of the 7th inst  says: Large streams of lava are  pouring from Mount Vesuvius,  which is again in active eruption,  aud from which the beat is felt for  miles. Ottajaiio aud Torre del  Greco, cities of twenty and thirty  thousand people respectively, are  threatened with destruction. Bos-  cotveaz is being evacuated aud residents of villages for miles around  are panic stricken and fleeing for  safety. The churches are filled with  men, women and children carrying  statues and praying for a miracle to  stop the deathly and destructive  flow.  <&.  <r  if'  ];  i-"il  , 1  !���-.  '���} - M*LXN,   B.   Cm.   SATURDAY,    APRIL  14. 1906  a'CIaiiiL.  'iPUF; ATtJN CI.AIjM ,* podli&mcd EKRV-SATUnnAv  morning, maccd rnen* TO> AUV- PM1T OP'THT  world ron nc��. cents r-cn month; -vt\.c>o r-pn  YCAn. An'vrflTimN&n-AT-cr. :(?*.-oo-prr? inch each  tNsrnTioNt nrAcm.-e-. noviccs. so crw-ra a linl.  SPECIAL   nAIT.E     ON- Af��PI.ICAT10W.  . . -tlft^^��� .���  ,IOn I'UINTINU :.  UL-HCADS, pocTrrHS,. vr-ttTWir.  cMit-i*.,'  LCTTCn-HEODC, PfOCBAWArr.Si      ETC.,  CTC-.  rsnocn-i- pnOMP-.iv* cui.cl.t::.!.  -.n-cr-G- r.?oi-fi3RATr. l  so or not, it is certain that- he seems  neither   to care lor the applause of  U10 gnUirries-iioi- the approval ef his  political-friends.    His greatest! failing, perhaps-,, is want of sympathy.  JAippcals i�� pity have-no weight with  him   whatever,, and- poetry both folium   no charms-,   and'  be-  seduces  everything  lo   the hiuital and. coldblooded deductions of business life.  i;Such a- miui'is-iiivrihiable iu opposition,,   but   wliclber  he  conk-l ever  prii'iiiaLe or entliu.se is doubt full  Useful and Ornamental $m$$  Why hend oi;t whbn vou ��.\n ui-.t ruious m> (jura? hkiiis? '.  AtHn., Nwgget. and Grapa Rings ami-alt- hinds ol: .I��uwi>1t.t nuuiw  fticlni-cd im tlio [>i'pii-N(;s-. -      ,  Kino Now St-ouh of Watches, Closfcs,. Jewelry ami Diamonds  Wat-clies I'mm Sr,.()() up).. ' Aiii'iit-J feu- Coliiinliiit Gramophones.  Si-lvsrwara, Cut Gla3i, Hand Painted Chi-na, Sauvonir Spoons  IJUIES EGGERT k SON,  ?    A-'l'LlN   A N3l   TO1SC0VKUV,  Isaias* Depoast vauits.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs.  TiJiis Ati.in Oijaim PL'iir.iKiiixft Co., IVm.  W.   Ffirjr.Ajti).    Gmant.     Kditok-Makaoi-:!!.  TWO- CAMK UOKWARIJ..  ' Under the heading "Sidelight's on  tlie proceedings of the Provincial  Parliament'just concluded," a< late  issue of tbe Vancouver News-Advertiser contained the-following:-  It is said tliat in this world nothing remains-stationary ;:that things  must move backward' or forward..  This is as true of the reputations of  legislators   as of anything else, and  Snow .Bank. Mimstrels..  though, dming the session    of   the  Local  legislature just closed' there  have been few-   marked'  variations  from   the   normal  .'Handing of men  ' who  occupy seats-  in'  the- House,  there   have  been minor changes in  the reputation of most of them, aud  marked   changes   in   a. few.    Two  .men   at   least���one- from- the-rank  and file of either party���have-come  rapidly 10 the front during: the past  two   months- of political- squabble,  and   these   two- are ��r.. Young,.of  the Conservatives-, and" Mr. 'JJ. W.  Paterson,   ofi   the-   Liberals-.      Br.  Young,   the  scholarly member- for  Atlin,   came   into-   prominence   as-  ���Chairman of the Private Bills-Committee, and though his-course might  not  altogether recommend; itself to  local citizens,, the-skill withi which  he defended the action of the  Committee in refusing: the- amendments  to the Vancouver Charter won general admiration...and*-was- a- master^  piece     of     impromptu     debating.  Whatever fault may- be found-  with  him,   i.t cauiiGt- be denied that both  on the Private- Bills- Committee and  the Kaicn Isteiid debate-on the-floor  of the House, his-speech in  defence  of the  majbiity report was-perhaps  the weightiest-and-most' logical-- delivered fiom that side,   audi showed  a-marked freedom., from, personality  and irrelevancy.  The man- who'Came-forward- most  rapidly ou the Opposition side-i:>-the  very antithesis of Dr. Young. Mr.  T. \Y. Paterson in- a- cold-blooded,  hard-headed- business- man- from beginning, to- endi Sentiment- and  literary polish-are-alike unknown to  him: K'c hits out with a-Kistuuiak-  ijur.- bluntnoss and- is- scornful of  rounded periods.: His weapon is a  rude audi knotty- club; but it drives  his arguments- home.. Though  seated in the Liberal ranks,- be- is- a  Tory of-the Tories,.andi is the sworn  foe ot* evary attempt at political innovation.- The- Socialists- find in  him their most consistent opponent,,  and it was* largely owing to- the  stubbornness- of his opposition that  the Master audi 'Servant Act was-  killed iu Committee-. Mr. Paterson'-  is a.well.-to-do-man and'represents a-  fairly safe constituency,, and these  jienhaps may be factors; in- his-sturdy  Independence,    but whether, that.is.  Seore a- Success  at   Diseouery���An  Enjoyable Dance.  1    Last Fiklay tbe Snow Baailc. Minstrels   repealed   their St. PatriGk's  day performance  at .Discovery to a  good bouse and,, with several, additions   to*  the   programme a<nd- new  jokes,   a- very pleasant availing was  s-pent and- thehea-riy applause which  was extended- to   all.  those   taking  part was- well desenv-adv    Tha-per<-  formance was given in tbe Balmoral  ball,,   the   use  of which' had. been  kindly given by its-owners^  i    After   the  concept a most enjpy-  able dance took-place'and. all those  present were the guest3-of the minstrels,   who supplied.the music aud  refreshments^    Tho-dance was conceded to be tbe best givsm this-winter and those whs-missed-ib ass now  regretting their absence.  The- minstrels desire to. thank  those who have patronized or-assisted their, concerts and;especially Mrs.  Sinclair, aud- Mrs..Tallmire,. both of  whom gave much valuable assistance withi the costumes- and. iha-  -make-ups*  It has been, a :*Guraa of great satisfaction- and- gratification to-all- thGse  'who have come together chining the  practices and, rehearoals,. and. it is  hoped'that iu the futuse those interested in music will r-isa- to- greater  efforts and keep alive the art so well  worthy of admiration audi study.  IN  Trtsy   are   Waiting   for   You!  ^cCHnbtakth.  r gains  FT'JLD/  F^HLJ��- Hats and Bry Goods?  Garnets and Mouse FismisSi/in'ss.  LINE'   OK'   BOOTS    ahi>   SHOWS-,.  jn.s��    ��OLD - SKAL    HDP    O'QJM    BOOTS.   -  Atiin-and  Wtm  [��   BrOWn '&   tO��f  Discovery. B. C.  Successors  to  J. H. Richardson.  Canaidian Pacific r Railway Company.  ; ,   ALASKA    ROUTE   S'ATl MNGS.  Sm Sm   Prin&ess Beatrice  j eSeparts   from   Skagwa3r  Mpril ti&tti & 28th, & May Bth.  Siitli'iig From Skagway 8 p*m.  Direct!-to-Va'nsouver  and Victersa.  i Tr:��i9i>ortrhis: bj��rai?or-srt<janic;'"t<�� Seattle without ext?a cha-VRe.  We ti'vve (Mti-clc service..    Nc�� idtei-aiedSifo caJih. TLT      "tD-     "?P\  For rreties or iiifsrmutian a|)i)&" to      JTi.    XJ.    jk-^U-llllj  Aseiit^SlvngH-ay,  ^-���� ����* ��>�� ������� ���������� ��->�� ��������.�� ��-��<^0��^<-<r'��<><>->*-����-*L�� �������������� ��-����� ��� �� �� ��g  TI-IE  GOLD    T-IOTJSE,  DISCOVERY,   B..  C.  C H. Nisscn, Prep.      -       -   F, B. Wrong, Mgr.  Jlcstaiii-aut in (Jomu'ction li'iuler  New ami Capable Manni;uiiioiit.  ���-�� ����������������������������������������������� ��-��-��<^0<S'-* �����������������������������������>������������^  CORRESPONDENCE.  I'i'lie Claim N not  i-rsiionsilile for vii:v\oex-  in-eb^LMl liy ciorrcspyiiclontH.]  9  <&  ^  Editor of Tin-; Atlin Ci,a-iiu..  DivAR .Sir,.���I stand, corrected, by  your editorial, comment ��n the fact  that I. omitted' to- mention the pioneer, women, of. t-ke camp in my  Ibttc:- re tbe proposed. Atlini District  Pioneer. Association, and. Gati'only  admit Ural it is- auctber- illufrtr-ation  of the arrogfl-uce of the male-.  Lam sure-that the- Pioneen Association will be proud to> welcome on  its meuibersbip roll the- names of  the noble women who- braved, the  rigors arid- unknown privations of  this-northern, eamp'dnring, the early  years- "SJours truly,,  Als-uku Car.miciiiVKi...  Otter Creak, April t)th, 1906.  Adinto Lodge,  A. F-. &.A.WI  Ite^ulai- (���(id'iiiiiiu'u-u-  tiuns helil. on t.lu; lirst  Thiit-siiUvvuf-ciu.-li month  In the A. O. U. W. Hull,  Third .Strm-I.  Vlsitlnjj hretlu-en uurtliully inviteil.  mioe.  Palmer,-  The R^Iiablff Shoeraailier,.  -   -  -  ~   DiseovKR-v,, B.. ���'.  nubbin?. Boots a. Specialty,  The Pistui'e that today is tbe talk  ��f Kngland and- the British Colonies;  being the fiust ever.published showing  the Queen iu her quiet home life,  (I-M'anues 2��'X 25 in.).  Tie Family Herald and Weekly Star,  ofMeutieal, Uie greatest fam-i-ly pp,per  i.n America; Con one year,.  AND-  I'-qi: one- 'year,  ���AM-,I\,  AT  O'CK   Virpm',  .43TB  SSJC  T3IH  PREMIUM.  This offer is opsii to Ixihb  present  and  new subscribers  60 -'THIS, ATLIN  CLAIM."        "  '"���*"  i��jRWW��W����WW��*s����b��9b��ff^^ ^^>^^^^^^^J'yWM^W^^J^*t?^>^^^  ���/.���j.t-jrrtty: WMimaacjzra :r*.w ^^Mfr-"-UJ*��ttlMuV*V.*/.n,iT^rtWiKT��;Wnw  aic^-Bi^isSS!^^  n\  ,   4  V  U  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,���-APRIL   14,   iS��6  Presentation.  Mrs. Woods Honored by the  Snow  Bank Minstrels. t  On Tuesday'evening Messrs. J.  Cartmcl and T. llaniiri called at tbe  residence of Mr. K. M. N. Woods  :wd presented Mrs, Woods with a  very handsome silver ten 'set as a  token of the'esteem and appieciotion  o-f themselves and Messrs. C.' I'.  Iliekinaii.'C. Meweli and T. White  lor her eiTorts and assistance iu the  performances given by the Snow  Bank Minstrels. Needless lo say,  Mrs. Woods appreciates the gift  and will always remember with  pleasure the many pleasant musical  evenings spent with the above  jjentlenicn.  COGITATIONS OF AN ANCIENT MINER.  Students   of   the    Hills.  Possibly'no class of. working people have so  great    an   opportunity  and   provocation   to read and study  as   intelligent   gold   miners.    As a  rule they work fewer hours   in   the  day,    and    nights.  Sundays and iu  stormy weather the quiet   of   their  cabins   is  undisturbed by the cares  of a family.    Persons   who   never  lead before do solo kill tlie lonesome  hours that maybe fullpf sad memories,'and to drive   away regrets   for  ill success.    By crowding  tbe mind  to repletion-they deaden the   fangs  of   "hunger of   tbe heart," which,  undiverted, would   often sink sadly,  in   its chamber when   no   familiar  voice   of   olden   time smote ou its  sounding   board.     In   the   outset,,  when nothing better could  be  had,  they may have read novels, good or  bad,   but it is entirely possible that  more is known in the cabin   homes  in western gold fields of the works of  standard authors in both poetry and  prose, than   within an equal area of  where these productions   emanated.  Now that other books in abundance  are   within   easy reach,  and  novel  reading is   left to   inferior   intelligence?, tbe higher order  of   minds  follow   the  pen tracks of the historian, poet  or essayist.    It is not uncommon   in   latter mining days on  cabin shelves to  find   Shakespeare.  Byron,    Macaulay,    historical     or  classical   works   ol   American   and  English   literature,   and   once   tbe  writer was more  than   surprised   at  finding, lucked between  the logs of  the cabin, a copy of  "Demosthenes  on    the   Crown."     Asking   "Who  reads Greek in lhis ranch?" a rough-  looking  man, kneading   bread, replied   that   he  "used to read il in a  New   Kugland   College,"'  and had  "brought it from home among other  traps.'*    fn  another instance iu the  northern mountains, a .Yale graduate  named Wells, who  bad come to the  land   of  gold with tbe early rush,  was   possessor   of   a   little  Hbr.iry  which vouched for his scholarly attainments   and   advanced    literary  taste.    But Wells   found' himself lo  be physically unequal to the task of  delving for gold, and   had   bravely  assumed   the  duties  of chef with a  prosperous mining.company, a position which he tilled with rare credit  to himself and the unbounded satisfaction of those be served.   An early  days friend who mined a few  years  showed the writer a copy of "Webster's  Unabridged"  which   hiuiself  and   companions   packed  all   over  Northern California, and to which  final reference was made in political  discussions. These may be extraordinary instances, but they'are  mentioned only as cases of devotion  lo letters under difficulties. "While  1 write the sail truth I hat very many  miners waste their spare hoursand  their money in places of dissipation,  il is gratifying to know that a great  number are more profitably occupied.  It is not easy to estimate the result of these quid hours, days and  months of cabin-home reading and  reflection. Possibly many a 'romance or poem has lent its aid as  the result of a pacific literature, to a  statesman, who arose lo prominence  independent of the lifting hooks of  party. Men whose genius has split  despotic thrones and made republics  of the fragments have come unheralded from among the people,  aud writers whose pens have left  traces of living lire have studied and  written in the obscurity of a hovel.  Within the humblest cottage'df the  masses, aud guided by a youth untried in battle, the v-pen of true  genius is as mighty as the sword of  the Corsican.���San Francisco Mining aud Engineering Review.  ATLIN  ha  Co*, Ltd.  fr   .jf-   .&   ���<   .J.   <��   .j��  Our   February Bargain   Sale is over, but  as we  have a few of those  A Grafter' "Sold."  left, we will clear them out at  mv -Suit.  M>:W>��>*!ffb*  We also have a Few Odd  Lines of  Dry Goods,  .Qents  Furnishings.,  "Professor T , I presume?"  said he.  "Yes, sir."     '  "Are you alone?"  "Yes, sir.",    ',   '  '-'May Hock the door?"  And he did so; then, having satisfied himself that no one else was in,  lie placed a large bundle done up in  a yellow handkerchief on the table  and opened it.  "There, look at that."  "Well,"' said the professor, "I  see it,"  "What do you call that, professor?"  "I call it iron pyrites."  "What!" said the man, "isn't  that gold!"  "No," said the professor, "it's  good for nothing���it's pyrites."   ���  And putting some in a shovel  over the lire, it soon evaporated up  tbe chimney.  "Well," said the gentlemanly  man, with a woe-be-goue look,  "there's a widow in our town has a  whole bill full of that, and I've  been and married her."  It takes  a  live fish lo swim up  stream.���Old Proverb.  which  we  must dispose  of  .     ,    Regardless, of COST   PRICE.  These   are   Money   Savers!  z��fa    �����pl    5^'    eJ^*    e&^    g*&*    z&*  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED.  MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF  ALL   KINDS,   Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER     Manager.  The King @f Whiskies  �����*  <���>->���+:<  Send its your Job Printing  ��� ���-���-���-���-���-���-���- ��-<s>  Hampton   &   Durie, Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS .RESTAURANT  '   IN  CONNECTION,  lieuiliiiuirters   for Dixon's stiiKe.  O      'I      (>      ()      <>      ()      (>      <)  Benwell, Peart ct Co.,  Sor.K'AGKNTS   KOli' IiK'lTISlI.  Coi.UMHIA.  Vancouver,  AAAAAAA*A*A*/WS^^AAW/*^^  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $10,000,000.  Ricsi'KVK,   $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at Jeattie,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, ete.  Exchange sold on ait Points.  Gpr.i) Dust Purchased���Assay Office in Connection.  D. ROSS, Manager.  li i AT.LIN,    ii,   CM    SATURDAY;    APRIL    s.\,   T'oofc  Local Events*-  I Ross' Curriers Won Gold Pins.  <   Fresh   garderr    and' flower seeds  and onion^sels at C.'R. Bourne s.     |Morrison, Discovery, Won -Stewart  Cup���Wtlktuson Cur Standing-.  The latest magazines and papers  are always on hand at Pilliuau's.  ?>TcDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butler.  If. Lavvson, of Butler's roadhouse,  paid Atlin a short visit on Tuesday.  Air. and Mrs. J, Tallmire left on  Thursday ou   a  visit   to  Skagway.(  Mrs. R.Barton, ofPike river,, left  yesterday pon special stage on a trip  to Skagwajv. ,  W. P. Grauf'rctur'iied to camp on  Thursday:from a five months visit  to lo-wen coast,cities.-.  '\Ve \vould"diiect the attention of  travellers to the "ad." of the White  Pass Hotel; of Whiteborse.  Souvenir Postals.���Several new  designs-just arrivediatC. Ii. Bourne's.  Wm; Dixon arrived on Sunday  from Can Cross with li ton iS cwt.  of mdsff. on one sleigh.   A big load..  T, Macbell, who two weeks ago  chopped the end of his left thumb  off, expects.to return to> McKee hi a  few days.  Mr. Geo. Coutts, telegraph operator at Nakina, is irr town on a  short visit and- will return south  tomorrow..  I have opened the Kootenay hotel  dining room aud make a specialty  of serving IIrst class meals.���Prices  moderate.���E. j. Edwards. a 1-4  Tod Ruffiier,* foreman,, and G.  Boley, blacksmith, for-the. N. C. G.  Mining Co., returned to camp- on  Thursday.  Besides ��� those who Have arrived  lately by stage from Car Cross, quite  a number have eome im over the-  Fan Tail-route.  Mr. and Mrs., E. J. Edwards, of  Car Cross, arrived in town on Monday to take charge of the dining-  room of tbe Kootenay holeli-.  Mrs. T. Hinclicliffe, of. Taku,  who-lias been on a short visit to  Skagway, returned' on Wednesday  accompanied by Miss Paley. of  Auburn, Wash..  ''Big" Jack Perkinson,. who has  rendered good work on the mail service during the winter, resigned bis  position tbe early part of this week.  C. Glave has taken his run for the  balance of the season.  . Skookum Jim,. Bert Wooldridge  and party who, according to a recent  issue of the Whiteborse Star, were  supposed to have got lost iu the  Tesliu lake country, arrived'in Atlin  on the evening of April-6th.  T. Vaughan,, who is engaged iu  doing development! work on some  quartz proper-ties-'on Fourth of! July  ereek, was in town for supplies this  week. Mr. Vaughan say* that he  lias a good showing of. ruincr-al..  Never loae sight of the fact that  I keep on baud at both my Atlin  and Discovery stores complete stocks  of heavy and shelf hardware and  that all; orders, whether large or  small,-are attended to.���J. T. Keganv  The- Arctic Brothecluosid' invites  his many friends lo  attend  an   in-  ��� formal- reception   and dance which  will be tendered Mr. and Mrs. R. G.  ��� Matthews   at the A. B. Hall, Discovery, on Wednesday, April  1SU1.  Mr.. A.R.. McDonald, wh�� was  ' in town -at the beginning of the  week Irani Wiiiion, on Windy Arm,,  was.wearing;''a big smile, lie bad  just received word from Vancouver  that'Mrs. A. R. had given birth, to,  bouncing baby boy..  OH- Tuesday evening. Postmaster.  Williams, while engaged iii a game  wl" curling at the lecaf rink, slipped'  and fall heavily ta the ice- ayd r.e-  Gsitvcd a rath en severe cut on his-  left temple. He is, however,, able-  to: attend to his. rluties���  On Tuesday in a-- game- im the  Wilkinson cup competition B. Ross  defeated E. Rossellt by a-scone of 7  points-let 41. ���   '  1 On ' Thursday morning- I). Ross  and Jas. Stables played.a Wilkinson  cup match aud the former again  proved the'winner: with S- points to  .his opponents 3.  ; Mr. D. Ross la.sl season won the  Wilkinson cup ou five' occasions  aud, having this season added nine  ���wins to- 'die good-, he has a total ol  .fourteen .wins... Other players who  have wins u> their c.edil arer Jas.  Stables; 5J C. li. Hournc, 3; E.  Ridd, 2\ W. Oivi-'ii, 2',: and J. A.  Fraser. After '.he finish oi" next  season's matches lite player having  the greatest number of wins 'will become owner of this, the J,.. T. Wilkinson challenge cup.  i STI'AVART CUK-.  On Friday evening of last week  the, local curlers played off the  points game in the li). G-. Stewart  cup competition. The ice was in  exceptionally poor condition and 23  points,, by G.. Sinclair,, was. the best  score.  Earlier- in lhe same week Discovery's curlers- played off their section  of this-competition on slightly better  ice and a score of 25 points was  made by W. Morrison, who thus  becomes- the winner and owner of  the handsome trophy which was  so- generously donated by Mr. D. G.  Stewart.for competition.between the  two towns..  1'IN comrETiriocs.  .Tuesday evening the rinks of J.  A. Eraser aud D. Ross met in the  semi-final game of this contest and  the latter ��� proved victorious with a  ���score of 1*5 to 22: .  On Wednesday evening Stables'  and Ross' rinks played the final in  this- competition and the one-sided  score 15 to 4 in favor of the Ross  ���combination- was the result-.. Mr. D.  .Ross, G.-Sinclair,. W. Er Fisher and  Dr. McNeill, the winning rink, are  [now wearing the nobby nugget  sticli pins-donated by President Jas..  Stables of the curling club.  Our    Specialty ...  Tall  Delivered to any part of tlie district.  Goods Fresh and Clean. Prices Right*.  ��UR-'Morro�����lie price and  lair treatment to all'..  STAPLES &  The   Iron  ml? S3_  <&  "��?3  ROtllKil  ATLIN, B. C  Brewers   of Lager  Beer  and Porter  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  IThe K OOTEK A Y' H OTEL  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT;  THK  DI'N2NG-ROOM   IS CONDUCTED  ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  T  DIXON   &.   SCH'JLZ,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets,. Atlin, B. Sv  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CIIOICLST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CA3E UOOUS A 5!>i.CI\UY.  Heated  By    Its.  and    Lighted  Own.     Plant  Fine   Sample    Rooms  Pop Commercial   Kflerr  Spruce Creek Notes..  [Kroui Our Own Correspondent.]  Spruce creek is showing great activity and everybody is- preparing;  ifor spring' sluicing'.  1 Walter Csx Was a full crew at;  .work aud recent cleanr-ups were very  satisfactory.  Miss Cash has re-opened her  boarding, house for the season.  Capt. Bragg iiaa- this week been  visiting. C. Plewetfe and partners.  T". Keaciur* returned t<a> the creek  from the outside-this week. Mrs.  Kearns will arrive im the   summer.  C Lambert is-e:cpectec<l' from the  coast shortly..  Pat Foley and. partners are sluicing and. are getting good results.  Iv. L, Pillrrran has built an addition to his-stone aiid has installed a  private postoffice for the benefit of  the miners'.  M-ra-. Walters- has netupneol to th?  ereek from a visit to Ailiu.  T. Rant visited the citeek Tuesday.  Mrs. J. E. Miller, who was taken  ill a few days ago and removed ta  the hospital, is now recovering.  New Asi/wals..  \c  WHITE PASS, HOTEL  ���a  P.   D.  T\  McMILLAN,   Manager.  Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in Yukon.  j    JL ���   A��  Choice    Bar   Stock-  Rates: MODERATE  AND  Fresh Eggs and Butter a Specialty  AT  April 8���T. Kearn,. C. Goldstein,  Otto Miller and Mr. Wilsoro. April  12���J. H. Rogers, D. Mtwsay, K;  McKay, J. Johnson,. Mr. and Mrs.  G. Matthews, W. P. Grant,  Why use inferior gasoline when  you ean get 76 and Sf> per cent, at  ,Regjiii''s_   Atlin. ajad Discovery..  County Court.  A-regular sittings of the County  Court was held before His-Honor  Juage Young on Tliursd-ay.  Judgment- was reserved in the  case cf Morey vs. Atlin Lake Co.  The case of Ferguson vs. Queen  was set for A pril 261I1.  Several cases against the Northern  Mines, Ltd., came up and were set  for hea-ring on the 17th inst.  Stables& Lumsdem  carry a stoci  of good- groceries.  Read tli-c  A. T. Co.'s advertise-  iHKtitl cm page 3.    It's .right.  NOTICE.  AW memhei-s of till! Arctic Hrothcrlioocl  and friends of It. (J. Matthews firo requested  to attend u reception and donee to lie K'ven  in his hoiioi-on Wednesday, April 18th, ut tho  A. II. Mull, llisifovcry.  W. H. VluTiers,  Arct'iu Recorder.  r      BARBER  SHOP.  3L.0. ..  IT EST STREET,      -        ATLIN.  F. SHIJ.CLDS, Prop.  gm~      HOT. BATHS 50 cts.  Tlie Iijitli moms urn (rqiinSty ti�� troorl ns found  Lit titicj.   1'i-Lvu.te Etit��nj,c�� fur IjhUc*.

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