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 my  VOL.  26.  ATLIN,   B. C, SATtTiUAV.   APUw .j     ^'r  A*rt  'Legislative 4  /  X  ���  APR f3  vWPtoria  5f'   ?&   ��*-  -J f    t-i       f    ?>  XV    154  AND    STILL' COMING -  MAKE-IT 2  .NEXT WEEK'  if)  1  ��     I  "pi  /  <   .1-  t^ r.N f ia' v !--��� >\ r^'���t i ("*   A q ' r -*'  i   1 v 1 j CKj 1\ ./-i L '1.1 iL^.   T uiaied as io defy identification.0  '  Tlie ci'u&e of-tlie explosions  has  A Budjrel of Interesting, News  '  ' From Many Quarters.  [arst.lAI. TO TUB  Cl.AIM.l  Special  felsgwms to'i'iu Claim.  Aj3l. 3rd.    1908.     ���"  "Live" Shells  -ham IFlscite  ����  laoy wosoded in*  '���"."Tancoaver.,'^  During aysl.ani flight at the Drill  H.'l) some caitrulges out of a bandolier weio used by mistake.     ' .  Tik^e w<;ie 'inv' shells and the  bullets wounded S^rg^nt Alder and  five pi lvatesV  Tho uounda ate seiiou^, being iu  lhe head and body but the latest  lepoit says that lhe "men" will recover.  not been communicated.  ANEW  Mil thr-ws&elis fr os  . tiHidoa to Paris,  'A dispatch fiom^ London siV'j  that "a new gun ha-, been invented  which could drop-shells in Pat Is' if  fired in f ondon. -'  Of cotiise absolute secrecj is being obseivccl vith icgaid lo* it and  so no particiihiis ecu bj obtained.'"''  It "���hou'd'have :i >-i cat-pacific in-  fl"euce and will doiibtles's -be the  cause of another conference at The  Hague.  McBride   abuses   the  .federal Government.'  At, a Conservative Meeting in  Esquinialt, the immigiaiion issue  was practically the sole topic.  Piumicr AIcBride "who was the  principal speaker defended the unfortunate Natal Act aud heaped all  kinds of abuse on the Federal Oov-  eminent.  fBJj  m��rs  Explosions in a  Coal Mine.  Cheyenne Wyo :-  An explosion occured iu the Coal  Mine at Ilanna which killed twenty of the miners.  A rescue party numbering fifty  went down the ninie, when a second explosion,oceured, killing tliem  all  The wildest  excitement prevails  -and agonized relatives  are seeking  for their lost   ones;   many   of  the  bodies however are  so  ba-lly   mu-  $1,000 Hold-Up.  Newton Kans :-  A band of train robber*- 0:1 ILe  Sauta-Fe raihoad beat an exmtss  mesaenseis head to a pulp and then  proceeded to rob the safe.  They secured on*.* thousand dollars and then escaped.  No trace has. been found of them  up to the present.  strike last Wednesday. ,    -  -The iron aie sinking for  bighei  ���yeges 01 shoiler hours.  >        .   * ,      t  on S63000 -  A' ��-* *  ' /���>, p p  G'-orge A. \YrJkciu \\lp is .v/eli  '���rowi in Vineo::ver and w.is "i 1  the* enginceting depaitr.jent> o1"- tlie  C -P. R 'his besn fa.11vC.cd pn'4he  cur.: v';e of having, piocfrcd an aboi-  liou tor"\iisb,Pi!f'nch Houd  \\'..i!:en v>as s��r.l, iip foi l;i?; but  !'��s Bec-i releised on e $6,coo bail  Mij-. JrJdiui is iii t':e Mospit^l,  dan?en u-,!;. ill, in fast in a critical  couJit'On and uuie.-. tuere is sl.^it-  Iv a, clir."c,e for lhe bette-, tliw  cn.sr^e fjjanst \\ diki.m may bo a  ::u:ch more -eiious one.    h  interfered with or1 the   propeity "of  any of the Powers damaged.  ti  %  'ft  Horn��   -Rule  * - -  for Irel-and?  *s   r S  $  'h  Mi Kedruond's resolution on the  IrLih Home Ku!e Bill'v/as carried  ii: the House of Commons by 313  to 157' ^  ������What the fate of'thc Bill will be  in the Ho'i*.c of l���oids ea:i only be  s'Mnii^od at preen', 'but ve l::-vc  no le.isou to hop'.* that il will rc-  cei\e bcUeitfuitiaeiA than its ivrc-  decc&soisi.      < '  .  >l'  ft  '��� :  '$  '^'afliserjiian's'gf&dual  1 *      'decliae. "  EMS4 CONTRACTS  O.T.P.  ion -right along the Hoe.  starting coastracts  *6*  An Order in Council has been  passed at Ottawa awarding cou-  tiacts fur six sections on the Giand  Trunk Pacific. \  rin ee of these sections are in  New Bnni'uu'ck, two iu Oniaiio  and one iu Quebec.  The aggragate'of the six con-  tr.icts coveis three hundred and  sixty six in lies.  Work will start almost immediately and many thousands of men  will be euployed.  250,000  Union  Men  Strike.  Indianapolis Ind :-  Two hundred and fifty thousand  miners, all Uiium men went out on  <������*��� r C J v '44 f  3diwi\iin Ilia aOi  i 'a'  The I-lon. Clifford Sifton has accepted thi T,ibe:.il No.umatlcn for  \Vin*"pcg i.i th*:- C'^m-ii^ Pecl'al  J-vlection.  It is 1 uiuonc: ijiat lie viil enter  the Cabiiu*l��., the A'i.'iiier ofTradt  and Conm-aice."  iUiyilm&  m&%)(to  American  Warship  lauds Troops.  ipg ynr*r*^.*T7&*V'i}  The population has got out of  hand; General Nord Alexis is quite  pov.'cric-s; anarchy icigns at Port  an Prince.  The siiiwtion is very grave aud  anxiety is felt for the white residents.  Troops from an American wai-  slnp arc being landed- and stern  measures will be iv-oited to for the  restoration ol pj.'ici; and Older.  The natives will receive a salut-  aiv lesson if the white residents are  '1'jie Premier's condition  slightly  imp-oved after his liavingi passed .t.  gocd night but llieie is   btllc  hope^  of the i.imro'.yinent being sustained  'i he heai 1 trouble from which   he  siiGei, Las reached too acute a stage"  101 it to be possible for  him  to  attend to public affairs again.  t^yr\  I hSrsors and  'iS>  :*<���'{,,  " Bitfi  -���->��*...��� v  By our Discovery Correspondent,  Mr Jaiine-jou. one of our big op-  tratoia, is back again, he brought  with hitu the Uuiwell Cup,'Wou by  W. Monison iu the points competition. Jt is a neat little tiophy  and wilhe is proud ol it.  Did 3-0U see the Bc-nwell, Peait,  and Janiieson team Cup ? if not. go  to the Nugget and see it; il is a  dandy. The Cainegie-Morgan Cup  looks shabby besides it! we will  have a hen on il until. Saturday at  least.  Mr. Reginald Andeison, third  brew-master of the Northern Blowing Company, was initiated inio  the mysteries of the Arctic Brotherhood last Tuesday evening.  lie say-, he-wishes he had joined  yeais ago.  ". n  ��� ''A ml  ATLIN,   S.  C.,  -SATURDAY,       APRIL'4, iyf.3.  The Atliii Ckk,  MIE3ATL1N CLAljTt n i.uaLiGM��r.-> tvcn^ ^atuiidav  r.ionrtirvin. MAitro rnti: ro any pant or rut  rrCMLD ron 00 ccrirn pen month; oc.eo f.r-M  ".tAn. Aaveims>ir{G iiatcg : $t,CDn ^inckc\c:h  <Nr��.:i.Tiorj; nEADirjo hoticca. aa cv.��t% a linc.  .PKCIAL   riATr.S    ON    AMPLICATION.  '      JOB PRINTING :  ��� ILL-HEAVS, POOTCRS, VlaiTINO.   CARDS  LETTin-HEAD*, PMOCMAM MEO,       ETC.,  ETC.  onnens phomptlv e��ecutcd.  PIIICEO   MOt/ERATC.  TllS  Air,l��  Cli.UM   I'Ul'l.lS'.UNO CO., T,TD.  Km* cut FauTjIchek.       MASACititi Kniioi:.  God, what.'a world ! - if mew iu  street and mart  Fek that same kinship of the  human heart  Which makes them in the face  of flame and flood  Rise to  the  meaning  of true  Brotherhood.  ���     -   -  Ex.  Tt is very gratifying to know that  there are so many men in this Camp  who, at a time like tho .present,  'come forward voluntarily to the  assistance of those in trouble or iu  danger, and show us their true  worth; working.whh unflagging energy, losing all sight of theirowu  ��� personal interests for .the time being,  even imperiling their lives, and thus  unconciouslyjiviug up to the highest ideals of true Brotherhood.    >  As we intimated in our last issue,  the Government came forward with.  an offer to pay wages to those who  would engage in the recovery of the!  bodies of Bowley and Aliiolt, our "  unfortunate fiicnds, who were taken  irom amongst us 111 so tragic, and  terrible a manner, but, not one of  chose who had set themselves to  the task of rescue would accept any  remuneration for die work they  had undertaken.  gard as such, 'owing  to   familiarity  with-it. /  if lac uiimster ot Mines was approached, and the Government  would agree to pay a man, elected  by the minei's, to act in the capacity  of Inspector, we.think that the Miners of the Distiiet should hold a  meeting for the purpose of selecting  a local man, for the term of 'one  year, having the necessary mining  knowledge, a wide experience of  the various characters of ground to  be met with on the different creeks,  and, a man of good sound common  sense, who would not interfere with  the working of any property unless  there was very sufficient reason for  so doing.  Having found such a man, we  would suggest- that he.be empowered to inspect all workings, at any  time, and give orders for timbering,  or, whatever other work, which, in  his opinion, would, be absolutely  necessary for the safely of the mine,  aud in the event of such orders.not  being earned out, that he should  icporito the Gold Commissioner,  'who has the power at all times to  stop any -woik, which he thinks, is  endangering the lives of. those employed.  We make the suggestion, at this  early date, before the government-  has been approached, so that the  H'iineis may have a chance to give  us their opinions, aud suggestions  ou this subject.        L,>>  '���D-8-&&S-V ^V.V~V'S<>S-C-S>-i>-l-!rs^  N.  ^tea^a  ���<S "X.' y if   'i ?v������"* rr���,*��� 75      ;*��� ph  Vjf������*.'  \       '��� _,/ . '.  Fresh Fruit'and Vegetables  Allways   on   Hand ,  I'  %  I  i  I  The'Iron Store,": ���  First' Str&et.  i  va'*w'<tf'^jv��fl<fiMK<f#.ir^  nortberta Brewing mmw, mi  KONRAD- WAWRECICA,   MANAGER.  ���ewers  of Lgsger Beer  assss  Porter*  ���j]"ii>'  Jim  I'c is now ten days since the accident occured, and, owing to the  treacherou'i nature of the ground,  the unceasing ciTorvs of these men  have not been rewarded.  We must, in giviugn small measure of tho praise due them, congratulate ourselves that no accident has  happened to this brave baud of rescuers, because we can ill afford to  lose such men, and we hope, now  that any idea of rescuing either of  the boys alive, is out of the question, that no unnecessary risks will  be mil for the .satisfaction of puieiy  sentimental, or quixotic ideas.  ���*>   qp  -<���*������  T'ie very sad accident which  happened last week, again brings us  face to face with the sei ions question of control ing the kmgth to  which men should be allowed to go,  in risking their lives, and, indirectly, the lives of others.  It seems to us thai the time ha*;  roinc for this Camp lo have an inspector of Mines, and. we believe,  tluu if the right man was appointed, no iutetesls would be interfered  with, and only benefit would result  IV .in tve ibci ijK,,t a thuroughly  ptucticaJ fnid capable man would  Imvo access  to  all   workings,   n.nri  workings,   anr  2"' ''hi be able to poiir. <mt fl d  which '.:.   owners Iv.  uiga  ���;cd to re-  The increased bounty for the destruction of Wolves has attracted  the attention of the aboriginal inhabitants of the District, and it has  already been claimed, and . secured  03' two of tiiem.  It is well that efforts should be  made to sxtei minute these pests, for  from all accounts they are increasing so rapidly as to prove a menace  to more than game, if allowed to  multiply.  We understand   that   Mr. J. A.  Eraser, Government;   Agent,   had a  few anxious moments, one  evening  recently, while resuming from Car-  cross with  Mrs   Fraser   and   their  little daughter.   'Having  left Car-  cross somewhat'late, darkness overtook them about seven   miles  fiom  Mr. Roxborough's  [load-House  at  Squaw Point.    A;; lhe wind was in  their faces, and the loose snow was  drifting freely, the   trail   was   not  easily distinguishable, and Mr. Fra-  :-ei unconetously drew in quite close  to the 'West shore  which   he  then  followed.    They had not proceeded  far along the  shore,  when  he noticed that they were being accompanied by some grey objects on the  .shore wbi'.'h he look to  be  wolves,  first two, then tlnec, and   later,  as  many as seven or eight.    They appeared to keep pace with the horses  and slackened up,  or weut faster,  ju- asihc  horses  did.    They  did  noi attempt  to appioach   the  Rig,  nor give tongue, although at times  probably mure than fifty yards  distant.    Mr. Fraser felt anxious  lest  they should   approach   closer,   not  knowing what   etfect   they   might  THOSE-WHO PURCHASE NORTHERN BREWING  CO., BEER IN PREFERENCE TO BRANDS THAT  ARE SHIPPED IN, ARE HELPING TO SUPPORT "  A HOME INSTITUTION" AND HOME LABOR.  ASK FOR NORTHERN BREWING CO. BEER, THE BEER  THAT IS BREWED IN ATLIN, B. C.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  2 .  ���   PI $fo W A I      M #% TT F ��?  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  BL.$  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST YMlb, LIQUORS ANU OOAItS CASt GOODS A   SPLCIAUY.  Corner Peyrt-1 and First Streets,  Atlin, li. C.  ^\^fa^4^M^f��^^<^^-c^a^^^<!<f<r^i^ w^>a<J-sw^&<s'^<3'^<z'^'^-<i&&^^  D. H. MCDONALD  irocery ��tore  ONLY THI? BEST GOODS CARRIED  ORDERS TAKKN,  AIsD DELIVERED ON THE CREEKS.  8  Pi  A'  w��  %  i  /J  4  *\  \  I  5.'l  V  VJP  4  fl (61  rfl  Art  K*--  Jtaf^"i  ej  -5l  rL'  ATLI x,   ii. c., & a ;' u v; r* a i.  have upon the houses, an.l not bavin.-, i."v.:11 a h-avy wh:p stock for  (defe-ice.  He thinks perhaps iijerfaclu that  one Imife \vcis encircled hy a good  soiurous : tiiu^j of beils had some-  lui:ig to do wirli their modesty in'  not approaching iieaicr. They ac-  conipaiiitd the travellers thus 'for  p-:i li.ips fiom two to lluee mile.'i,  and only slyppja when the dogs at  Squaw i'oim r.ii^ed a ciumoui at  their aupioach.  .Mis l'la'ic-r was forlunatoly in ig-  nor.'iuce.of the silu.uioii, and aito-  g'ctliei ihcy are bulb well .satis'icd  not to have had any elosei atieiilinh  Irom their undesirable escort.  Si. Andrew's-BospUaL  The Trustees ��� of St. Andrew's"'  Hospital desire to thankluily acknowledge the receipt of $165.75  from the Committee in.charge of  the St. Patriclc's^Day Celebiation,  being the nett proceeds from trie  Conceit, and beg to apologise for  this belated acknowledgement.  The}*, with the muses, also wish  to acknowledge" the kindness of  Messrs. Rosselli and Biimicu in  supplying, al diffeienl times, delectable additions to the larder, which  are always acceptable, and much  appreciated. "    v  CORRESPONDENCE.  To the Editor,'  Atlin Claim.  * WATER.  Sir,  It may be remembered by  the older residents here, that, about  four years ago I had samples of  water, taken at intervals between  the shore and the First Island, carefully analyzed, the result of which,  proved, 1 lint, the water taken Irom a  hole about 200 feet from the shore,  to be the purest. The analysis of  water taken Irom a hole near the  shore at the loot of Trainor Street  showed iUARiacni.Y the presence of  sediment, organic impurities, ammonia, traces of chlorides and nitrates, and1 was pronounced impuie.  As nothing perhaps contiibutes  more readily to the inception, or  contiiiuauee of typhoid and other  fevei!*; and diseases that sometimes  become epidemic, than the use of  iuiptue water, I wish, through your  columns, to leanest the c'.lizens of  Atliii nol to 11.se any shoie wale;, or  writer taken from holes within 200  feet of the ������hore, for culi'iary or  dumc-.tic purposes, and lo be gocd  enough to oh.-.eive this regulation  from now until the ice is gone, and  not compel more rigorous action to  ensure the g-meial health, and welfare ol the community.  Respectfully,  J. A. Fraser,  Government Agent,  and Local Board of Health  MlkiWYuL  .Victor Stefansson, a piufe-.'-ional  ethnologist, wlie has been among  the Eskimos for the pa.sl iwo .\eais,  studying their habiis, has lcluined  tov'civilizalion and tell*- some strange  tali-*- of these little p.-ople.  lie sajs thai they an: a very genu! mu-1 cheerful poodle, aud lb c-  cnliiely ou a ilit't of fish, which  they eat raw'and sometimes rotten.  A peculiarity not hitherto tua-ie  public hi connection with the Eskimos is ihe system of Dial mairiagcs  in vogue.  Convenltonai canons aie enljicly  disregarded, ihe-only preliminaiies  Lo a marriage being the securing of  an option on the heart and hand oi  an Es'kimo belle Jiy the suitor who  believes that sheJwonld make, him  an jcieal wife. ,��  If a('ter-a few weeks or mouths  the,couple finds that the trial marriage is not congenial, the girl ic  turns to her father. It is not unusual for a'yoriug girl'to be married  five or six times before finally finding her affinity  ��� After two 3 ears companionship,  tribal divorces are unknown. In  middle life married couples become  more strongly attached to each  other than al any previous stage in  their history. - V  Although children are not weaned until nearly 5 years of age, they  learu to chew tobacco before 1 caching'their fust birthday.  / . '  The men and   women  inside  sit  naked to the waist, while children  under twelve wear no clothes at  all.  *!���<" ��t*"l   ii|-*l   /'..��"��^\.*        "*      ,  /VCi^^O^X^C^OOO^-^^^O^v.^Ov^^'OX.o^Otr  > 1  u   T  ���Klsl^n-r   DEESSED  MISATr  ��... 11-���*���.��*���.���s���*jm..  POULTRY OF ALL  KINDS,  ON HAND,  V  '        ,-       " - -��     ,   -       '      L Schulj.    '  i^C^P?^S>.^.^.���i^S';^.l���-���.>*:>.>.'^,'.c^.^J.r-^i^>?'J^ &^<&''4te&^'-S4'4:��'��'^^^&'&yS'��yS���'&��  0.,  v-iiir.,1 njLMi'ton"  ' jjj*.: r-a  cxmrK.  'P  i��  iig'iti Bo re  .��'%���? CS/--/-.TT ;.-i r-��-*T      f* O   r  - The Carols Stocked with Choice Good3,      " - .  - Fiiit Cb'-.T Dining Itcom In Connection.  IIjcAWiUAVJias ror. niso:: St' Scnui,s Stage.  I s       .,    . \        _  11 f  1 ���  c*  Edition deLuxe, Illustrated -  ���'vSongs of a Sourdough"  $2.00 each at C.R. Bourne's.  We - Wmti  A Reliable Locil Salesman  (or   Atlin  and adjoining: country  to represent  ' CANADA'S GREATEST  NURSERIES.  (S50 Acres.)  Trees grown on limestone soil are  the right trees for British Columbia  planting; much hardier and longer  lived than Coast trees. We have  them lhe right si/.e and age.  A permanent siiualion to right  parly.1 Tenitniy resetvscl; pay  weekly. Free Outfit. Write for  particulars  STONE & WELLINGTON  Fonlhill Nurseries  (Licensed by J3.C. Government)  Toronto Ontario.  Latest    novels    and      magazines  arriving etch mail at  C. R. Bournes.  ^ :' fJ Si  L'aJ    tsf   \��& SJi-n  kU-J US''...:? *<i,.* Vji    V   L-i-L'-;^- Si  WtJiJam BgzIk,      Proprietor.  First Ckss  ' Service,  Prices  Moderate  h:e. brown & co.:  5Si.-ec.Rtat.r2 to J. tt. RishEi'ttisn y '  1  7.IEN3 MCCsIWAllB & CLOTHING, LATEST STYI,S  boots ;:-rio3W & kujjij^rs.   ladies skirts,  SHIRT-WAISTS COLLARS ETC. LADIES WHITE  CANVAS SHOES & TENNIS'SHOES.  Stohes at atlin and discovery.  X  vS&Ss Ps'i-ss&ng &&& D&ssisssereial Worika  GsM-da, Pasters ssssd HasseS Bills js &  Executed Cheaply, Promptly and Satisfactorily.  THE CLAIM OFFICE.  H'SLPTCSir DitlGSS  n?  PSIZB9  rf��  AJFRIJO    -5UTH.  ATLIN RUSTIC.  ..1  1 i'l  ���-   'J-  *' I  1 L  \'\  in  ��� v\  ff.f  ' Nl  si  11  .p  -if  ���  ���hi  ��� k\  p|  , -1,  E  ?  r  iS  ;:i  -li  ���PI  iV,  ������'l -  I  i  3-'  IP m  ATLIN'.    JJ. ,C.      SATURDAY      APRIL 4.    iqo3.  TheTempmaluiCa for the  Woe!:  Ending   April, tlie  4 th 1908.,  ma::.  28H1 2S.0  29th 27.0  30th 23.0  3: st 30.0  l st 4a. o  cud 3S.0  .-.rd .vvo  J-7  Loj-.iI and General News.  ��>��? ��53 LtssooSsa County.  27  L  Mr. \V. J.% CURRY will practice in Atliu for ono week, siud  will then go to I;i.��covciy. where he  will open a:i Office for a sho:l time  before leaving" here again over the  ice. ���  Persons requiting -his service^  arc ^requested lo call as- early, as  possible.       ,  EVERYTHING, UP TO  DATE IN DENTISTRY  ��' Spruce Creek.  We hear that the attempt to.recover the bodies of Aliiolt and Bow-  ley has been abandoned uwing to  the workings becoming totally unsafe to enter. -  The Waukc-Oia OH Co. Ltd., has  organized under the laws of the  State of Washington, with a capital slock of $1,000,000, for the  purpose of developing the recently  discovered oil fields of Lincoln  County. A 13 inch drill with' a  cap icily, pi',5,000 feet will be set to  work'a-; .soon as. the machinery can  he put in operation. The best an-,  thoi i'.ies clain thai a flowing well  will he developed at from 1700 to  ifjwO foel, , but lo inahc j-ure of  reaching ihe mr.in How, Uie .cnm-  uiny J; n- hi the coiilract lor a  '-'y-jO foot. *..*ell.  Whore iheic is oil there is gas,  no there i; *:o iimit'lo lhe good the  MicceriLi of this c-nu-tprise will bring  lo tlie btate of,Washington. , The  treasury stock now on the market  for d^vck��i meut imposes is being  taken up almost entirely by citizens  uf liir. Suile, and Atlin, B.C. is not  behind tlie procession in gathering  .-.omc of it iu.  Canadian Pacific Railway Cqinpaijy.  iPT'"f--i\'rTii wfim"iW"J"'"-*-t*h *f n*ivri-n"?T'""'�� "'"f* .t.-*��^*t.<..M-��=-inc^-ji.^*.^.-*.act.fcA��*����'��  '       B.C.   COAST   SERVICE.  i . ���  ��� i 1 ' j  Princess   JSAeiy,  '    ,   .?  , April. 8 IS. 28 '  ' ' .  SMllns- from Cltsjjr/My B p.m.  Diiect  to Vancouver  and Victoria.  TrsnSiiorUtir by rail or steamer to frnllln wlt'iout oMra clmnre  \ , t, '      stop-otj:i;s ALr.ornjn.  Tifkc'ts to tiiiy'pnvt of tlicMorltl. ^ '   p  , -p     *,T"f      T   , |  l<'oi' rule, or infonniitloii apply lo    i.  ,i  L   .      v ���   .    1./U vv JV.(  Aircnt, "jltnR-n'ny.  Stile?  o  <$>V��-*-$-#4-*->-��--  >������#*> *-*-+<$<!i>-*-��-a *���* �����-���-���-* ��������*���>-��-����������-��-* ��-��-��~��-*n  USE OUR ADVERTISING  ��� COLUMNS   -    -'  '������'  Tills' beat Jnnjieion Curling, the  slakes were hi.'i'.i, "Eia.nl:" was  betted against Bob's interest on'  Ottnr Creek.  The price of cat's meat must have  gone up.  Mr. Chinir.ce Sands has left the  Pine Tree: raid sheds the p.criiai li-jln  01 his coiuitenunc ciound Atli.i.  A new line of Photo Pest   Cards,  "scenic,   comic,    otherwise,    to suit  all tastes at  C.R. Bourne's  I NOTICE. I  ^' Correspondence must rcacn'^  Jt'ni'j Office not lnlor than midd:,y^  ^������Tuesday of cr.ch week, and .'-:ht/"i!.,;  |;Notic.'.<;, not later than Thur-iv*  f'dny evenings. ��?  i 5  Protect Yoiir lives !  Coloured snow glasses 50  cents  a pair al Bourne's.  Ask at your Library for  'The Lov?. Story  of Giraleu:-."  A Romance of the Twelfth Century  BY  Alice Cunrmf'hame.  Received fi csh'this Spring, com-  pielc assorlcieiit of Elowera- aud  VegetribJo seeds.  -���Tco early for the garden yet.suit-  .".bie for house plaining.  C.R.Bounie.  Wc wonder wh-jre the Preacher's  'log-- l-.-arut their wi:,dom, because  lie did nut have them hefore he  wa.s ma:tied !  The Editor of the Northern  Ughi/will'do well to look to the  bol's cud bans of the Official Sanctum.  The   Rev. O'AIera   will   preach  h;rc on the 121I1.  Get a copy of the illustrated  cditicn " Songs of a Sourdough ",  a few left at Bourne's.  WANTED I  Responsible party to act as sole  ������'���r-.-'.\[ i'oi p.ilcntcd nrlicle ot merit,  exclusive lenilory to right party.  Address :���  �����    W. L. II.  ioC> Clark Si.  Portland, Me.  U.S.A.  -��**-  Placing belfore the public      ���    ��� r  the many  advantages of ���  the district is' the object of  N    .  <n*i^oc<c<<S'OC'0<5'0>>oocfo<i>o-c eo^o.'o^sc-ooaso*: >:>?,>OQ<K<oo>:' ia-s-"  **ff$&   fcUtm f/i&tm *'-  This cannot be successfully accomplished'without the generous support of  the business  people and  the residents.  r  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  .��>-��� �����-��-���-*-* ���-��� ���-���-��-������������������<  O     IT     BARBER SHOP.  J. W. THO/APSON, Prop.  FIRST-CLASS SERVICE ONLY  ful m���� Ornmnenta! 'Hoods  * wtttMxxtmn. rmr.uji rf>  **JT>m*inwn^*m ttrje. *tiT%<n��j wx j  Why sksh our wnr.N you can okt noon.*, as ciikai' *ri:i!c.J  Atlin, Nugget and   Grapo   P.inc:*"!  nm\ isll kinds of Jewelry ninini  fnutiireil 011 tlio iireniiios.  I^pio  Now Stoclt  or  Watches,  Clocks, Jewelry   unit  'Diamoncia  Wntolics from S3.00 ii|>. Aacnth for ("ulumbiu Ci'iuiioiilioiici,.  Silv6i'wnt*e, Cut Glass, Hand Pain tod China, Souvenir Spoon  JDLES EGfiERT & SON, a*��* and discotov, .  u.l  i  ��.��j< <  .8  - s*  s  I;  4  ������/&���  m  I  *Vi  Safs-ty  Deposit: VaultB  V/atchmakers and Manufacturing Jewicrs  f  ii  Ml  ^*V  I  I  if.:-1  Jf1  j">-v*i -*�����!(������-.�����'���  J"

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