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'    -^' / ,v  ign-  error  ���-' ',!-'  ���: 'Ele^oflisvE/'fisboii'  if  /' The Elections1,*"(Lisboh gave'lho  Monarchist p^iitj^ a/clecided victoryf  ,asva result/a bloody.'riot took-place  )  last SjLuvUy,   and  the City .is .ex-  / .periencing a leign of teiror. ". " ,-  It is ropoited'thaL the mob  plun-,  dered the pnoier districts,  which  "looks 'as  though  the  Republicans  were not wholly lesponsible-for the  disturbances.",;-  Thiee newspaper offices, supporters oft he Government, were wieck-  cd'and gieat damage done^ befoie  thei soldiers appeared upon the  scene They fired on tlie.iiiob^kill-  'ing several and wounding* a liun-  , died more;" the 'streets are "covered  in blood.'     -1   -     '   /    P    ,-   ' ^,  Tiier  :' \ ::'\;]R��;sigrisi_  ^';, iflliisi'pficdv'''.-;  ���' -o; ���j' ��� .v      -r- ��'    - ���'  ' Fiemier"Bamieiman has.re-i^ned  Office owing to his .serious dln-SsT"  Tlie Chancellor of the Exchequer  The Hon." Heibeit 'Asiuith has  been appointed to succeed him] .*  'j-The. King.Jv/ho has .been in  France~fcrVoinetiuie,'has summon-  ed Mr. \squitlPlo Biairitz and^l-e  will absume his new duties* immediately on hisJreturn.-P "',.' v- L  , M"i. Toiin Burns has-been mFn-  tioned as^likely, toi be  offered-the  <  ���- .    i.-'"    C'       --   ," ���   "C- j  Chancel!o;ship.  a     ' \ J "--  ���AOur latest >r<;poit of Mr. Campbelr  Bannerma'i  is   lhati,he-is 'much  worse and sinking rapidly. "  ,-^-  ff  ' The House  will   adjourn next  Wednetdaj'' the ������ 15th.  until Tues-;  day the.2ist , for Easier, .    t  -    .'��� '   - /-  Ifflsjeral Canfc  vSt. Calherines Ont. :-  Four burglars made a desperate  attempt to rob the Imperial Bank  at St. Davies.  Two of the men kept the citizens  back with revolvers while the other  two tried lo blow open the doors of  the vault  They failed however to force the  inner door and the situation becoming too hot for them they jumped  on their horses and made good  their 1-scape.  <  *^*r.  ("    ^        -        ��� . - - P J   The.'second batch of Salvation  Army Immigrants will hhoaly :u-  rive fiotn England. "     '     ,  -Ii is said that they will settle  in,  and atound Edmonton.  Caiwda hib pas-ed Ire Stiiate '  ,    The Royal a~.-?cnt has been given  to the Bill.     '   '  mil ,3iur fs.^liOT  ��� x iaaiggATiON;'.  3 ffw^ C:-^ *��&&*  ^eai.  American.' Capital  J-P---?;,,^ -    '   N  ; ^ViJ-Behiiid Jt.   -  i.f- '.  'Pi? -C."______.'J .(-.-'.' '  'si-C-  ���>   P  P-PTwelve tliousa'n'd acres of 'timber  lancPne'af'~Vancoriver. has ibeeh ,ptn-  cliabed by some Aoiciican capitalists for seven hundred thousand  dollars.  A plant waich will cost four liui.-  dred thousand dollars is going lobe  installed.  Oliver's Bill   Passes  Royal assent given.  Ottawa :-  Mr. Oliver's Immigration Bill,  providing that all immigrants must  coui'j diiect from* the place of their  birth if they are to be admitted into  . Ad.��s_2i!s_ra.h,o*Kzeas��res  to ��?e inkon. :' - "  v As a result of tlie confeicnce 'between Mr'John Moiley, the- iv.r]  of Elgln,'aiul Mr. McICei'zie Km?,,  admiubtialive mcnsiires arc to be  t.ik-n to stop Hindoos eansratmg  to Canada. -   ���    "' r  CircuJ as aie   being stnt'io  In^i?  .    ^ '  fxplairmg that  tin.- stite" of  the  labour market heie   lenders it  fn-  de^irabis that Hindoos should come  here       "  -it vui also be explained that the  climate is not   at   all   suitable   loi  them.      - -  4M liiileci  TENEHENT -EOySB' IK  LCKBON'CCILAPSES.- .  "<- As a resuU of excivatino- for thi  basehici't of some huge builrlings  \vhic_ aie 'under cqiiiliiictu/n, an  old teuoiuciil ho; se adjo ujinr the  new i>;uhluig sits collapsed binymg  forty "people. ' '   ���.    '  The woik of tc^cue was raoidiy  piocc-vided wiih and ut> to tlie'present tw^'ily dead bodies have been  uncovered. ., - ���-'1  fii����  Tlfe, worst storm  ever "known.   ,  What is repoilca^ a>> thj worst  s'.orm that has ever been ..heard of  has been tagii g round Toini'lo.  Great havoc lias bseu caused all  along the shore of Lake Ontaiio.  '1 he ivdves forced tneir way one  hundred yards further i<il<mcl ih'-n  the)7, ha\e ever'been liefore ar.d  many e::citii'g iv-cir?-. to.ii: plice.  Scwi.il la.vires have !��ecu ics-  ened from tlieii houxs'by boats.  Ottawa has not escaped and damage is repoildd from Montreal, bul  11 p lo lho p.-.'sm! we have heard ol  uo'loss of life.  St John  \  All the mem bus of the new  Cabiiii-t weie elected by acclamation.  Fiesh assortment Lowney's  creams and chocolate nuts at  C. li. .Bourne.  Mr. L'ofiald Ross, one time Manager of the Canadian Hank of Commerce here, who \vda vi'-iluig old  liieucls 111 lhe~d'stiicL last week, returned to While Horse on Tuesday.  -  Mr.   R. Jauiicsou   iefp here   on  Tuesday-morning for'Caiibou  Ile'is out on business in connection with the biingiug in of the  plant for Ott;i Cieek.  Mr. Jim Huston and Mr. Ceoige  Colitis have been in Town lor a.  ueek.      '  Jim thinks of Hying his luck at  i'lince lljipsit.  .NOTICE.     ���     ���   '  A General Meeting of the .-Ulin  District Libcral-CouseivalJve Ass'o-  oictUoii will be iulcl in the Koot-  en.'iy Hall, Atiin, on \\ edtu-iday  the 15th. inst. at 8 p. m.  ^ Ih-.shiess :- ^ To' elect   Ofiicers  and discuss issues 01 the clay.  '��.  John Buuhain  Chairman.  H. Pineo  Sec. Tieas.  1 Mr C E. Wyiiii Johnson who is  largely interested in xthe " Gold  Group " Miivi and has bec.i in  Town lor about leu days, loll for  Skagway last Tbtnsdaw  He returns next Tuesday and  willieopco the Assay Offiice here  dining the coming -cason.  Jim McKcchnie and Dick Smail  ol Spruce, who Iiavc been \, inle:-  ing on the Coast returned on Tues-  dnv's Sta��e  Edition deLuxe, Illustrated ���  "Songs of a Sourdough "  $2.00 each at C R Jou    <s's.  PP-  ^  y ���'I  >.  "*  >.  >ir"<>��<*vwi.^Miift.^  ATLIN,   B. C,  SATURDAY,       APRIL u, 1908.  .^^.-'"���J"  M"*-'.S I     ��-'"  X  Tl.T -Vi'l.tN Cl.ftlt.X ,-> 1-uai.R-nro r.vc  iiv -W nir.vf.i  !1C Aliitl   VUlHIL n^M'od by :\Ir. .McKay and -second  ed by Mr Siwuison that a Committee: o." 5 min^is be appointed by  the  n-o.if.iru-..    t��i..i,   M��   ro /.-���-,   iv.r.-r or r..i  iC'iill 1"  tO lit"- ISO  WilVS, "ailll  I llC prob-  ��o���lU  ron =o   er��r,   -r, �����,:   v- or,   "��� I    We j     f     ._ ,    ;���.,".; U]e  bod;ejS>  YOK.     AUVKnTiaiua t.-.TRL : *!.:.:> p*-*. ir.cn t *cl.d  tnnrnTiofi: ns^sir.c. noT'crt*   71 crtnn a li*<v  APrCIAL   I1AT.-9    CH 'A*- .-I tCAllON.  v-fc���  .10R i'Ul.NTlNO :  faiLL-iittAEE.     ' rotltnn, vi��ii:rja citiui  1  LrTTKn-HCAD*. pnocnAMr.-^e,     ctc, rrc.  onOEna MOwpnv ixelutcc.  ^ Pflicc-j   mude-.'. rr.  Thb A'rr,i�� Claim PuniiinniKo Co., J-to.  Hub Ei-t Paui.kkeh.  ;w.t.w��:::�� Gnuoi:.  The lollif.ving ncicd on'the Committee :- Mes'r.4. Carlson, McLaren  Coi'.roy, Albeit and McDonald.  The Meeting then .adjourned for  o.r.-? hour to aliovv these, Miners lo  come together, with Mr. Fraser to  formuhilrplans, -and at the end of  that time they reported that tlie  ma;t feasible ways were, either to  run an incline, or sink a.shaft, at a  piobable cost of between $1,500and  $2,000.  'J'he Meeting then adjourned and  Mr. Fia.ser communicated with Victoria by telegram, and received a  liUinrPiing him to employ  mt:i lo recover the bodies.'  Mr.  Fraser  met  the  Winers on  WHEELING  iroceries and "Provisions I  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables  Allwayson   hand  for his J'indness   in  supplying;  the  particular;; of this repoit.  JARD OP THANKS.  C  , O^11^ *-�� ti'.e fact'thai the "Gold  Group" Mine (late Bcavis pioptrly)  is going ahead ve:}' s-uis'aetoriiy, _  although at the prusc-it trine we r.re 'eP'y  not iu a'pohitiou to ra^.ke any definite slatemenls wi!h regard to it,  'and, thai it is reported thr.l seven-1 j Wsriuasihy, n_d Mr. Mckaien was  imvestors representing a hirge am- j i!'-^od in charge of the work of  ounl of capital.will visit the- Camp I w��kiug a'shaft. The woik is pro-  during the coming seaPon, we wisli feeding well^and we' hope their sad  to impress upon ail'liolrlers of good j��l!J"ct uiil be ftpeedily aliaiued.  quarts, and placer pr.. positions of|,_ Our ihariks are_due Mr. Conroy.  which they wish io dispose, to remember thai at all limes we are  pleased to publish reports of, good  props: ties in fclio District if they are  communicated to us. '  . We would ask however that only  actual facts be dealt'v.v.h in such  reports, and that "the imagination  be not allowed to cause statement.*  to be published _ which  cannot  be  verified, since  this   wiil   do   more  harm to the property than anything  else. Each property so misrepresented, not 011I3' minimises th.' owner's chance of makinj a  deal,   but,  injures'the reputation of the  whole  Camp, and tends io scare away  the  investor.  Il is owing to this sort of thing  being practiced - in   the past,   that,  now we have  several  good  .sound  propositions to offer, that capilalir.l-s  are afraid"'lo conic forward foi   i'o.ir  of running up  against  one  of the  ''wild-cats" which gave us  such  a  bad name years ago.  The ~lr��ki 'Store,}  First Street.  f���  wr<-sos<r-^^^-''^<^-V4'��$tf&<f^4^^  \nwm��- Gwpmy, B  Konrad Waw^ecka,  MANAGIiK.  To the .Editor,  Atlin Claim.  i. 1 a ^. 0  The'" (EOTCftiHiest takes  over (he tommy cf tho  bodies ea Spruce Creek.  A Public Meeting was held in the  A- 13. Hall, Discovery, on Monday  afternoon April the 6th. lo decide  what w.is to be done with regard to  the recovery of the bodies of the  two entombed miners.  The attendance at I he meeting  numbered about 70, nearly all of  whom were miner.-;.  Mr. Norman McLeod was in flie  Chair and Mr. W. JJ. Conroy acted  as Secretary.  It was moved by Mr. Kirkhnui,  seconded by Mr. Alex. McDonald,  That we make a ieque.il upon the  Government to recover the bodies  of the entombed miners on Sumce  Creek, as the miners have exhausted themselves in trying lo recover  them.  Mr. Fraser, the Government Agent,  asked for information as to the  scheme to be employed, and the  approximate cost; a lengthy discussion P.-'.lowed, and it wa-. ultimately  lhis, the first opportunity,  to thank, through the medium oP  . yi>tir paper, all the miners and .other  kind friends, who so assiduously  worked at great personal inconvc-  nici:c2 and risk, in the endeavour  to save the lives of my brother W.  S. Aliiolt and my sincere fiiend  Edward Bowly, and who, when""all  hops of this was abandoned continued to labour so energetically for  the recovery of their bodies.  - In expiring my thanks I wish  nls'o to i'..elude those of the members of ray family and of the late  E. Bowly's, to whom, it will in  their sorrow, be a source of great  ������alisfaciion to know that so many  kind, friends,-testified their sympathy mid sot low for the two young  men, cut off so sadly in the prime  of their lives.  I remain  Yours faithfully  Alex. W. Aliiolt.  'ewers   of Lagans0  Seer, .sssssa- Porter.  THOSE WHO PURCHASE NORTHERN-BREWING-  ���CO. BEER IN PREFERE?CCE 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.  w&r<sw<r&'^i*&^&&^:&^^tf'4itf4--4 &<?&'^'-��tftf^:s'^a^'^&<&'4'<T&ax:'4  2 $  h \\  m>m  DIXON. &.   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  *4I J"  1  BOAUD 0F TRADE.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.^  CAM. VilUilb A   M'iCllLIY.  A': the Board of Trade Meeting  hei'.! 011 Thursday the 9th. there  were present :- Messrs. Fraser,  iirown, Pa:;Ion, Ncvile, Faulkner,  Conl?y, Anderson and Capt. Hath-  oni in the Clntir.  A letter was read from Mr. Sloan  stating that an engineer would ex-  iimiuc, and rejiort to the Goveru-  in.:nt on tlie feasibility, of making  the A'.linto River navigable.  There was a discussion with re-  gard to tlie 10 per cent incrensc in  "lie freight rate charged by the W.  P. & Y. Co. towards the end of the  soiison, 'ind it wa.s dedided to write  to Mr. Berdoc asking1 for an explanation of the matter.  Mr. h'nser said that he had been  advised that the Launch   " i'agish"  tllOiCtSI WINES. LI0UUU5 AND CIGARS  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, D. C.    ft  ._  Grocery Store  ONLY THE BEST GOO IPS CARRIED  ORDERS TAKF.N, AND DELIVERED ON THE CREEKS.  s  *!t  ���^<-'��^r__M  $  *m tf  ATL��'N",    Bi  C.,~SATirR,OAV;      APF.rr. rr,   r<> <S\  was lying to !iii order ��u Caribou,  and that he w is h'-ivmg it examined and reported on by Mate McDonald of the Cleaner.  feflfirt.  ,   Applications for Renewal  of Licences.  ���Take Notice thai I Alex. Smith  intend to iimke application to the  Superintendent ol Provincial Police  for a renewal of my ,'Retail 'Liquor  Licence for the premises known a1-  the Kirkiand Hotel, .situated on  ���First Street Atliti, lor, six months  from the first day of July 190S.  ���Alex. Smith  5   Atlin, B.C.  ' 'Pake Notice thai I John Roxbor-  otigh intend to make application to  Sup:rinlen(knt of Provincial Police  for a renewal of my Retail - Liquor  Licence, for the premises known a*,  the Gold House situated on Main  Street Discoveiy for six months  from the rst. July 190S.  John Roxborough.  Discovery, B.C.  b^  Take Notice*that I Samuel Johnston,intend to make application lo  the-Superintendent 'of 'Provincial  Police for a tenewal of my' Retail  , Liquor Licence for the premises  known as the Vancouver Hotel situated on Firsi Street Atlin for six  months from the ist. July 190S,  Samuci Johnston  Atlin, B.C.  y  Take Notice that I 'E. Rosselli> intend to make application to the-Su-  periutendent of Provincial Police  for a leneual of my Retail Liquor  Licence for the pieraises known as"  the Kooteuay Hotel situated on  Ei'rst Street Atlin, for six months  -from isl. July 1908.  , ' E. Rosselli  ��� Atiin, B.C.  *' Take Notice that We Dixon and'  Schnlz intend to make application  to Ihe Superintendent of Proyfilcal  Police lor a renewal of my Retail  Liquor Licence for the premises  known as the Royal Hotel situated  on Fust Street Atlin for one year  from ist. July 1908.  Dixon & Schulz  Atlin. B.C.  Take Not ice that \\ e Hampton ft  [)iirie intend to make application lo  Superintendent of Provincial Police  lor a renewal of our Retail Liquor  Licence foi the premises known as  the Nugget Hotel situated ou Main  Street Discovery for six months  from 1 si. July 1908.  Hampton Si Durie  Discovery, B.C. 1  Take Notice that I A. L. Galarno  intend-to make application to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police  for a Renewal of my Retail Liquor  Licence for the Premises known as  the B. C. Hotel situated on" Main  Street Discovery for six months  from the rst. July 1908. ���_ ''  A. L. Galarno  . Discovery, B. C. .  . The.AfSfisi _i_ec_i Eftfirkef*  ���  1TKESH  I^RESSED   MEAT��  '���    POULTRY OP ALL  KiNDS,  ON HAND,  L. S c h v. { z.  r '  rxrix..   ��.AMj-"fco:r  jame��  sums.  X.  ,c i) e  111  it lis rd  _���������  V.-.7-S.  P Take -Notice that I' Ed; Sands  intend to make application lo the  Superintendent of Provincial Police  ���for'1 a renewal of my Retail-'Liquor  Licence for the Premises known as  the Pine Tree .Hotel'situated-on  Main Street Discovery Tor six  months lx"om the Tst. July 1908.  Edward Sands ,  .*   - Discovery" B. C.  js*r*  Take Notice that I James Hasle'l  intend to make application to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police  for a renewal of my Retail Liquor  Licence for the premises known as  the Leland Hotel situated ou Pearl  vStreet Atlin for six months from the  *lstTJufy"i9oS.... '  , James Haslelt  Atlin, B.C.  Take Notice that I F. B. Wrong  intend to make application to the  Superintendent of Provincial Poiic.  for a renewal of my Retail Liquor  Licence for the piemises known as  the Dawson Hotel situated at Takn  B.C. for six months from ' ist. July  190S.  F. 13. Wrong  Taku, B.C.  _- Take Notice that I p. McDonald  intend lo make application to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police  for a renewal of my Retail Liquor  Licence foi the premises known as  the Arctic Hotel situated- 0:1 Main  Street Bennet for six months fiom  the ist. July  1908.  Daniel McDonald    ^  Beimel, B. C.  DISCO VJJi&Y   B.    C. ___,  The Bar !s Stocked with Choice Goods  Fir*.: Class Dining Room In Connection.,  HflAfcQUAtl-ftS FOR  DIXON  & SCHUI.Z STAGS.  V/iiiiam Bock,      Proprietor.  First Class  ��� Service,  Prices  Moderate.  <���    -��� ,���  *       1^  f  1  y  Take No'.ice that I James Clark  intend to make application to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police  for a icnewal of my Retail Liquor  Licence for the premises known as  the Hall Way House, situated neai  Allin fur six months from the ist.  July 1908.  James Clark  Atlin, B.C.  We Want  ���> 1  A Reliable Local Salesman  for Atlin'  and adjoining country  to represent  CANADA'S GREATEST  NURSERIES.  (850 Acres.)  Trees grown on limestone soil are  the right trees for British Columbia  planting; much hardier and longer  lived than Coast trees. We liave  them the right size and age.  A permanent situation to right  party. Territory reserved; pay  weekly. Free Outfit. Write for  particulars  *    STONE & WELLINGTON  Fonthill Nurseries  (Licensed by B.C. Government)  Toronto Ontario  H. E. BKOWN & CO.  SuccsssarB. to J. H. nichc.-dian  JUST    ARRIWEB /,  -.      MENS NECK WARE & CLOTHING, LATEST STYLE  BOOTS SHOES & RUBBERS.    LADIES SKIRTS,  SHIRT-WAISTS COLLARS ETC. LADIES WHITE.  CANVAS SHOES & TENNIS SHOES.  Stokes at atli n and discovery.  ttleh Prlntissg said QommerGiaS Work.  (Sards, Pastors sswd Hand Bills & &  Executed Cheaply, Promptly and Satisfactorily.  THE CLAIM OFFICE.  TAKE      NOTICE  rrx^j��u?i-_r_n__-#.jnT_'R_n_x��.-xacrev- /  The work now being done upon the "Gold Group" (or Beavis /  Group) having been let by coktkact lo John dukiiam, all  all claims for wages, .supplies, or damages under the Employer's  Liability Act .must be made to him and I will not be responsible  for any, except accounts incurred by myself during the life of  the Contract.  Signed C. E. Wynn Johnson  Witness ^ E. Roxselli  April 6th. 1908 '. I  fcl   v  -"���'  ^  "is  W>  ATTJTSV    B.   C.      SATURDAY'    APRIL ,nr'iQo8.  ' -__t_  - ^vfi3i  Local and General News;  The Temperatures for the  Week  Uncling April   the xilh'1908.  Canadian Pacific -Rail-way G  -__DTSE_��E___DC__r ksuoca T_i___9in.,��auisiH4r.u: ���^auM-?r<��3-n>9- ti&rjrxt  ���B. C.   COAST   SERVICE  orn-panv.  .Yic^n.&'-'we aai  ���P  max.  mm.  4t^     34-o '  .15  5 th    36.0  *7  ,. 6th    32.0  7th    38.0  ��4  8th '35.0  14-  9th    35-o  -"5  10th   4010  25  i1  Miss Strand came in on Tucs  day's Stage and is helping Mrs.  Durie at the Royal Hotel.  Received fresh this Spring, complete assortment of flowers and  Vegetable seeds.  Tco early for the garden yet,siiit-  able for house planting.  C.R.Eourne.  '\,  Mr. Murray who mushed in on  Wednesday last left again today  for the Teslin country.  Eleven Japs came in yesterday 10  work for Mr. J. M. Rufmcr.  This is the first time they have  been allowed to enter without any  hostile demonstration.  Where is our Asiatic Exclusion  League?  *  Latest   novels   and     magazines  arriving each mail at  C. R. Bournes.  Messrs W. Moiioy, W. Foley.  J. Brown & J. Cunningham mushed in over the trail 011 Wednesday  last.  The Molloy' and Eoley families  are well represented in here new.  A new Hue of Photo Post Cards,  scenic, comic, olI;erwi.sc, to suit  all tastes at  C. Iti Bourne's  f NOTICE.  Quite a bunch came back on yesterday's Stage :-  The Rev. O'Mcra  Mr. and Mrs J. M. Ruffner     ' .  Mr. and Mis-Henry Ruffner  Mr. Todd Ruffner  Mr. Frank Breeze  Mr. Leonard  Mr. Chard '    .  , Mr. Kirkhoru  Mr. Dallpn  Mrs Ericksou, of Spruce       ,   ,  Mr. Jack Murphy,  who is  look  ing very well.  Princes  _s  Mr. Jim   Kershaw   one   of 'the  Wright Creek capitalists,   who  has  *��� 11  been visiting all the big cities  from  Vancouver to New York.  Mr. Bob Barton who used  to  be i  Operator at Pike River. I  Mr Broe of Spruce, Andy is look-!  3n__  Salllnc'fi-oin Skagway O p.m. j  Direct to Vancouver  and Victoria.  (<  f reriapoi'llnr lij rnl! of stenmcr to Seattle without extrn chnr&e  STOP-OTERS   ALLOWED. ' P  Tielcots to any pnrt of tlie world.  tfor rate's av information Apply to  R F. W. .Lowje,  Airftnt. Sknifwar.  <!>*-��-i  USE OUE ADVERTISING'  ���      . ' COLUMNS '  ing- fine and is glad to be  back,   he j  brought with - him Mr McLennan  who has only been out frohi Bonnie  Scotland a-shoit time,"we wish him  luck. " ,   X  c  Mr Joe Palmer, Juii. another old  timer.  Miss Bell'who nearly caused several duels on Spruce last Sumaier,  is going to look after the comfort of  Jim Ciark's visitors' at the Half  Way House.  ��� <  Jack McGuincss mushed in on  Friday.     ' ,  -��$��-  Placing before the public '  . the many  advantages" of  . the district eis the object of  e  S Correspondence must roacb��'  fctliis Office not later than midday^  ^Tuesday of each week, and shorty  <>Nolices, not later than Thurt-lj;  ^day evenings. \  Protect Vour Eyes !  Coloured snow glasses 50 cents  a pair at Bourne's.  As'c at your Library for  /         'The Love Story   of Giraidus."  Mr Dan M'cKenzie who has been  in Hospital for the past week is out  and about again although not fully  recovered yet.  Mrs Fethcrs'ionhaugh, Miss Pin-  co, Mrs Eraser, Mr Ruffner and  Clarance Fraser were the prize winners at last Saturdav's Carnival.  Get a copy of the illustrated  edition " Songs of a Sourdough ",  a few left at Bourne's.       ���   ;  . WANTED!  Responsible parly lo act as sole  agent for patented article of   meriti  exclusive territory to right parly.  Address :���  W. L- H.  10C Clark St.  Portland, Me.  U.S.A.  A Romance of tlie Twelfth Century  BY  Alice Ourmmsliame...  *..'..  BARBER  SHOP.  J. W. THOMPSON,  Prop.  FIRST-CLASS SERVICE ONLY  H /f^.f*  THAR *a  $ El  &&  ���^ f�� &&&   ' ' ���  This cannot be success,  fully, accomplished with-,  out the generous support of  . the business, people and  the- residents. '  SEND US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION  Istitil and Ornamental ���mi$  Why stiNij out when vou c.\:i (u-:t moods as curat iiehk/  AClin, Nucj_ot and   Grajjo   Rinrj<5  riml all Ulmln of Jnwclry mntiu  fact iirod on lliu pi'VinKus.  1  rino   Ni-w Stock  of   Welches,   Clocks,  Jewelry   nml   Diamonds  WnlulicH froiii $!i.00 up. A'lrciitH for Columbia Gramophones.  Silvor-warc, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoon  JULES .EGOERT  &'. "SON, .-Anm and discovery,  s��f��ty Dapoait vaults     ' 'Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jevv^rs  - .-a  ���-'���"1- ^tW  '!'T  -A  ���sa  si

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