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 %  -'     -X    ', N/  ^<   *.  o '  i'i'iV.J     /  ~.   I JO/  //  v-      l /��� r .   y.  .Vs.      js  ��� 'i-./-\. <-_ j i. .     :->.        ���..y  ^  VOL. 26.  ATLINi   B. C,   SATURDAY,    APRIL  .907.  NO. 407  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  [dl'KCIAIi TO  TUB  OI.A1M.1  San Francisco, April 26.���The  chief of police has made disclosures  of the details of a grait that is far  more hideous than any yet unearthed implicating either Reuf or Mayor  Schmitz. ��� There will he a very  searching investigation. Roosevelt  has been petitioned to give the  graft cases the right of way-to the  federal courts.  London, April 26.--Sir George  Armstrong, the proprietor of the  London Globe is dead.  Cl        1  �� Vancouver, April 26.���W. f. McKay, the founder of ihe Atlin Claim  and the Nelson Tribune, has purchased the Skeena River News apd  will commence f:hg publication of  the Essington Sijn, on May the first  at Port Essington. !'/..  Nelson, April 26.--The coal famine situation is  getting very critical  owing to the strike of the coal mitir  ��� .'?f'  ers.    About 15,000 men are involyr  ed. The C. P. R. will be unable tp  keep their passenger-trains moving  in another week. The' people are  appealing to the authorities at Ottawa to- keep the mines working.  Vaucouver, April 26.���A- cheque  for $98,500 was tendered by the G.  T. P. for the' Indian reservations  about Kaien Island. The cheque  was refused by the chiefs assembled.  They now demand just double the  amount'.  Tokio, April 26.���The Pacific  mail steamer Mongolia,' in trying to  avoid a collision with a sailing vessel, ran on the rocks iu Haytoma  Straits.  , .Goldfields, Nev., April 26.��� The  miners' strike which started seven  weeks ago is ended. It is claimed  as a victory for the mine owners.  The men got eight hours a day but  uo advance in wages. ,  Durban, ApriP26..��� -A serious native uprising is feared. There are  distinct signs of unrest among the  tribes. Their conduct is worse thari  it has; ever been since the revolution. ' ���     ,  Vancouver, April 26.���Some 300  Japanese who were refused admission to the United States, at San  Francisco, arrived here last Tuesday. These are the first of the  Japanese to be refused admission to  the United States under the new  regulations.  St. Paul, April 26.���The railroads have decided to accept the  two-cent passenger fare and commodity rate schedule as passed by  the legislature.  Vancouver, April z6.���Two men  named Bruce Edwards  aud  Fred  Orttigo, who were employed on the  steamer Cassiar, enticed two school  girls aged 13 and 14 on board the  steamer'and kept them in a cabin  for three, days. a The judge sentenced them to two years in the  penitentiary.  Port Blakely,' April 26.--The  Port Blakely lumber- mill and-factory, the largest of its kind on the  const, was burned recently. ��� The  loss is $750,000.  Keunewick, Wash., April 26.���  A Northern Pacific freight train  went through a bridge close to here  killing four people.  - Toulon, April 26.���The government arsenal and an immense  amount of stores have been destroyed by fire. It-is but a short time  ago that a French battleship was  blown up.  Dublin, April 26.���There'is iu  circulation a report that the Earl of  ��� if: ���'���.!������       I ' ��� '  Aberdeen will resign his position as  Loc^I and General News.  viceroy of Ireland.  Toronto,   April  26.--The' strike  Lowuey's Fresh Chocolates $[.00  per lb., at C. R. Bourne's.  pf.the cab drivers isyyprkirig hardships  on   the   undertakers:     They  are unable to condugt'futierals  .'",'- ���������������//   u/y; ���  ' Fernie,'April126.--^T'h'e" Hon. W.  -H_ Cushing- has.-* been"---trymg_. to  bring, about a settlement of the coal  strike. Sir Wm. Mulock, who was  chosen as a third member of the  board left Toronto on Wednesday.  A settlement is looked for at oucje.  Vernon, April 26.���The murder  of the man Zimmerman some time  ago is still a mystery. John Nicol,  who was suspected of the crime,  has been discharged.  ���   ! ���  London, April 26.���Sir Wilfrid  Laurier lias observed a complete  silence.- on the discussion of the  plans for defences,- although every  other premier spoke on the subject.  From this it is understood that Canada does not favor participation in  the schemes for- Imperial defence.  Vancouver, April 26.���Mr.-J. C.  Keith, of this city, has been left a  fortune by "Silent Smith," who  tdied recently in Japan. Mr. Keith's  wife was willed a thousand shares  of������ railway stock worth at least  $100,000.  Pittsburg, April 26.���At the  'graft" investigation being held  C. S. Cameron, the railroad president, tells how. he was held up for  $70,000.  Victoria, April 26.���The provincial legislature prorogued at 3 p. m.  Thursday afternoon.  Mrs. J. Walters is away on a visit  to Skagway.  Mrs. C. R. Bourne will be leaving Atlin next week for an extended visited to  the  lower coast cities.  R. McKee is freighting goods to  0'Donnellc.creek." He is preparing  to put ijn a good summer's work on  his property.-.  . "Jim" Haslett, of The Leland,  says:- "My' place of business is a  white man's resort. Japanese aud  their sympathisers are not catered  to." '  Captain Bragg, and the crew  went across the lake Friday to start  operations on the steamer Scotia  and fit jier for the coming season.;,  Sam Bond, of Spruce, paid Atlin  a visit this week.  Thirty-two the popular unlucky  number in Atlin. 'Go 'way back,  an'sit down.'  Jack Malloy is back in Atlin after  a winter's holidays.. Jack has  disappointed his friends. They expected him in with a bride on his  arm.  There is a movement on foot to  start a* sweepstake on the lime the  ice moves out of Atlin lake.  ' Miss Ethel L. Pillman is in town.  The personal is*a little late, but our  atteutiou". was drawn, .to the oversight so.we hasten to remedy it. .  ��� Au energetic , man with, a hammer and a few pounds of nails could  do'.much toward the comfort of  pedestrians these days.  "   It is more than, likely that Chas.  P. Hickman will have, charge of  Jas. T. Regau's hardware business  at Discovery this summer.  J. M. Ruffner, "manager of .the  Pine Creek Power Co., brought in  a. crowd otMweuty-one Japanese to  work on the company's property  the corning season.  Mr'. Chard, engineer in-charge of  the construction of the steam ditcher for J. M. Ruffner, will commence  work as soon as the material can  be freighted iu. About ten tons of  the stuff is now on the way.  The Northern Lumber Company  started operations for the season last  Wednesday, and now the merry  sound of the buzz-saw coming  through the atmosphere tells us that  there is'something doing.'  Mr. Fred Wrong, of Taku, who  intends starting a ranch this summer, bought a cow bell as a starter.  Fred changed his mind a couple of  days ago and returned the bell.  As soon as he gets enough he's going to buy a calf. :' \.[  J. E. Moran, manager of the  Otter Creek Development, arrived  during the week, accompanied by  Mrs. Moran. Mr. C. H. Steinmetz  and Arnold Potter were also of the  party. Mr. Alfred Carmichael, one  of the company, arrived Thursday.  It is the intention to start work at  once. The company had a very  good showing last year, aud look  forward with confidence to a greater  measure ol success this season.  S. H. Plunibe, secretary-treasurer  of the McKee Creek Hydraulics,  was in town the other day. lie reports a crew of men at work running powder drifts, cutting out riffle  blocks, and generally making preparations for the coming season's  work.  Jim Carson is working at Trond  gulch, on the Gibson-I-Cerr-McCart-  ney Co., leases, getting ready for a  season's work of prospecting and  proving the ground. ' While outside  last winter Mr. G. A. Kerr arranged  matters financial so satisfactorily  that considerable work will be done.  Br. Win. A. McConkey left last  Monday morning for the lower  coast. The doctor's visit was but  a short one. He, after looking into  the mattei, did not think there was  enough business in the camp, and  consequently he left. Atlin is a  healthy camp alright, alright.  Jini Kershaw and Louis Gierke  moved up to Wright creek a few  days ago. 'Dad' Davies went outside to have a slight operation performed, when he returns he will go  up the creek. 'Lym' Hodges will  be 'agoing up some of these days.'  Appreciated.  Thanks to'the' kindness of M- R.  Jamieson and Mr. E. Roselli, the  children ot the district were entertained by'a gramaphone concert at  the schoolhouse on Wednesday last.  Mr. M. R. Jamieson presided, and  by the generosity of the same gentle"  man everyone present was. generously supplied with chocolates. The  hearty cheers given by the children  at the close of the entertainment for  Messrs. Jamieson and Rosselli, was  indicative of the hearty appreciation  of the children of the thoughtful-  ness of the two gentlemen.  Church Services.  The  latest  Bourne's.  magazines  at  C.  R.  Rev. A. E. O'Meara- will preach  at special services in St. Martin's  church, next Sunday morning and  evening., The morning service will  at 1:7.o'clock, and, the subject of  sermon will then be "Christ's.,Salva-.  tion and Christ's Service.". At the  evening servicea spedal'asldress will  be given upon "The holy Catholic  Church." All are very heartily invited to attend. During the past  week Mr. O'Meara held, services 011  Spruce creek Wednesday and in  Discovery on Thursday. ��� Good attendances were noticeable at both...  Next Sunday there will be morning  but no evening service in the Presbyterian church.  McDonald's   Grocery    makes   a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Just arrived at Pillman's:���-.Fresh  butter eggs, ��� lemons, oranges and  apples ������ ;7ATLI;N,yByC.,y SATURDAY,7 APRIL  27,    1907  e iiiffl; mm  TM HA'I LIN CLAIA1 ir. published evehy satueidav  MORNING.       MAILED    FREE    TO    ANY    PART   OF.THE  wonLo  Fori io.,c'ents' pen  month:   iiii.oo'pcn  vr.-.n. -  advertising rtftTEG :' tt.o'b peii inch each  SKSEFITION I   nCAOING NOTICES,  2c' CENTS'* A; LI tic:  special nAjcn ,; on   application.     ' '.:    ���  -.���__c���^-������<,&<,���-���y���-���-.  ���'-������a\  ;   :;.'.-    :v   yy    JOB; PRINTING': :'������.��� ;:'.-';       .'.'".. .'  . flBILL-H eads,  ���:    posters,   :'        VISITING   CAn'os,  LETTEn-HEAOS,   .'' PBOCRAMMCS,    'ETC.,  ETC.  OHOCBS    PFIOMPTLV    EXECUTED.  ;  a- priices   MOOCnATE. ':  The Ati.in Gr.AiM Panr.isuiNG,Cb., Lxn.  W.   Pb'tiij-Aitu'.'7: GiusT,: , Kiiixoh-.Masacibk;  iat Do You .Thinkl  y'���'.7Eyerj' = mining camp;inIheywprld  , lias, .at one tiuie;orother,: suffered  ,'" from' the work- of the .bogus 'mining  yuan,'; 'expert' and .wind-jammer.  . Ithas been the'ease in .'tlie past and  :-will -likely con I in'ue .in the- future;  '..' But, that does 'not prevent us from  ...trying;to' do. our best to keep our.  ,"cahip. free from the pest; ��� y:; ;.7 v;'- ;  y Atlin';.; district7 has foi': years been  ' v worked.; as a placer v'and7hydraulic  a camp, , with; varying7 success.; ; A  ,'.; couple ofdredges' were installed "at  y enormous expense-��� both.;were rank,  .-'.'failures���-th^  .:_libr usJ;idontinue. ������ \,.'_A r,team_,'shovel  was .'installed   on   Spruce creek in  1905 and after running two seasons  in;:a desultory   manner,7, the"'-"com-..  pan}7 burst up.    The men were not  paid their  wages,   and, we are told  there are quite a few   accounts  owing by the company ;to merchants in  the district.    Yet,   alter   the shovel  suspended  men   went  to work and  proved   with   the  pick  and shovel  the   ground   to   be   extremely rich.'  Last fall, according to  the assertions ot two different -'mining men,'  we were to have two sleam shovels  in the camp by this date.     One for.  O'Donnell and the other for McKee.  Where are they?7  Now-a-days all eyes arc turned in  the direction of quartz. That is  the magic word. Ouartz will make  this camp. There is plenty of it  and that "it runs into.eonsiderable  values has been satisfactorily demonstrated. What,, we want is  money to develop 'these'properties.'  Without money we can do nothing.  The money must come from' .the  outside, for of a certainty we have  none'to spare ourselves.'  But we must not imagine'.every  Johnnie who comes along, who has  on a pair oP high tan shoes, and  who talks glibly of cross-cuts and  tunnels, and speaks of thousands  spent in development work, as the  'real thing' investor 01 milling ex-  perl. Within lhe past season we  know ol" at least three or four of  these 'Alkidin-laiiip blowhards' who  came in tu camp and tried to fill us  up   with   I'm!;-*.'   tal'-s. of  what   '!.i.\y  bills weie. run   up' to. a considerable-  .";;.; ;���      .....������������ -   ��� ���- ;;-.v;:���' ;;::y '���;:-"-;"' .:  amount; and then the parties left,  with (nit; notifying; those interested  of their, post, office-'-address..- -The  nerve ain't brass of some individuals  is astonishing', "but; it is;-there'just-  the same."';'������" y.y ���:;' vyy*: .yy yy  .;'.'].Such, a'.class of schemers and fakirs  is a ' detriment ; to ";aiiy community,  mining or ot lief wise, and .'; we surely",  do not wani; ,to ; be 'troubled with  theui any more.' .-���  yThe fault sometimes lies with us.'  We:are very7>prOiie ;to:rcceiveyvith  opeir:arinsianyone,\vho7\yill "proihise-  what-we-'.are:;...looking!for. yWcdo  riot first find out whether they have  their ���credentials, with -them or-not.  Iii such cases we have but ourselves  to blame, y Let us7'be 'more'careful  and not ;,ldo ready to accept a lot of  highly-colored'.v-,statements as truth  until there.is spine   way'-'ot proyin'g  theih'sb.. ;7.:.yr;:7v; ;���-;-;-: y.;;  ;'7;-The.-geunii.i e" investor,.;or;7his :re--  .'presentative,V-is-^a7.qiiiet bird,: -as.a  '' - (,.'������'' <l; ''-'"''���-'.'.!':-.������.:���.'-  rule, and does not go about blowing  hisdiorn,. and telling of.his achievements.; yHeyisy here; for * business7  The; .hardest :;.uiai.i';iir.; the world.to  gei;to;:talk;is;.the; bona-fide^nohied1  maiL^JWhat; y^7; usual]y:dpesJs;;to  sit., back "quietly -and'let the other  fellow do the/ gassing. ; ';Talk:'is  cheap, it ; takes ; money7 to -buy  whisky"-���or. mining properties.  It 'willbe our endeavor to help  the legitimate mining man, investor  or expert, to the] best of our ability  and.we add, it will be our endeavor  to expose any and all of-'the other  class, it .matters hot who they are  or where they come from.. In this  we ask the".co-operation, of every  right-minded citizen .and miner,iu  the camp. Give us the facts and;  we will published them, without  fear or favor. The truth hurts' no  one..       ���   ''."'' :'.y'. ���.. '.y _���,-'���  In the Iron Store formerly  occupied by Stables & Lumsclcn!  rovtisoons  My Goods arc all Fresh and ���  of the best quality.     Prices  moderate.'  First Street.  */>A?<iAAAA*SS*4*fiW  ��*  Konuaiv Wawrhcka, .Manachr,.  ��w&rs '���>f;/Lager '{Beer  ��$nss�� Pm��term  i-^. ' ���  ySMALL-fAND -'LARGE:,dRDERS' PROMPTLY .RI-LLED.  . 1.  Sp;yMpEN;.:nAy AND-NIGHT. ^  "The Bar; is supplied, with    none   but   the   best brands of 'Liquorsj?J  ^- and-Citrars.     lfifsl-class (Billiard and  Pool Tables.   -  -     ���    -       ���-. *     �� ���  -- . ���    ���        u         - ���              ;1  '���'     DIXON    &.   SCHUL'.Zy Proprietors.  Cornei' Pearl and' First Streets; Atlin, B. C.  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT    IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINES, I.I0UOIIS AND CIGARS CASt GOODS A SPLCIAUY.  ivtj'.x*   goii;.^.  i.ase  i.he result was 'th*.: same--'nothing  ���doiny:  hi  uuj  '��r  twtj in-u.iuces|.meself.  It is more fun to see a man read  ���a puff on himself iu a newspaper  than to see a fat man slip.oil an.icy  sidewalk. The narrow-minded niaii  reads it over seven or eight times,  and then goes around ��� to appropriate what copies he can. - The kind-  hearted man goes around to the-  office and pays what he owes. Tlie(  successful business man who advertises regularly and makes money by  il, immediately starts out to find the  editor and the two walk * silently  down the street; together, and the  business man takes sugar in his and  they both eat a clove or two, and  life .is sweeter and peace settles  down 011. their hearts for moments.  Such is the.experience of a grain of  mustard seed that falls on  different  ground.-.- Ex..  ���: ^w.> :   Put. "Mike-", il  you wasn't Irish  what 'ud you be?  Mike.���Sbure,-I'd be ashamed-of  ;IRON;PIPING,   STEEL   AND   BAR  IRON,  ���DY-NAMITE AND GELIGNITE,   ' '  GASOLINE.       "     '    -  ��� ���     -  Stores in Atlin and Discovkky.  ���- jv  IOB PRINTING AND COMMERCIAL WORK.  CARDS^SPOSTERS AND' ?IAND BILLS & <*  Executed, Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  '������'���.-���'     '" .-.- .:.   -, '-���      '"' ���   .   .     :.  . ., THE CLAIM OFFICE.  The AtLin Market'Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,. also!  uvm*mi**amuitxziix*t.v^ii uj-J- L-u-.ra^aih.iauM.-anr��i xx.zirt>*�� txs^xxszzt. torn mm  POULTRY  OF ALL   KINDS,   Dressed to Order.  'C.   DOELKER     Mana  cr. /ATLlNyB^  A O.U. W.& A.7 B. Dance.  ���������.V.'Last'^lVjdity',;ieyeiiiiig'r---;the.r;,~Atlin  -. Club hoiisevvas the- -scene of a very  merry   and jovial '-gathering..    Tlie  A. O. U.7AV.; 6c::tiie:7A:: By/societies  ;,-; eii'tertaiued   their   friends/ at a joint  "��� (hi nee. yMMie'Jiall'biKfbeeii fixed; 'up  :, and   the;-floory prepared'-by;tyvery.  /energetic, cbininiltee.'s'aiid  the coiii-  / fortyud welfare: of:;' ally was looked  ya(teiy<''%y;^yyy  .-;��� ";��������������� A bouty inc. o-clock/the.. daiice.be-  ,: gaif to theVeiiticliigysi'niihs /of; a  -.. wa 1 tz, yijid^ sob 11 /the" ct a nee i's/we re,  /: glidiirg";'oVci'' the "floor;7-' Thiyis jib  . belter/floor/iiy  !:;"��� .-spacious'^  ; large7 niiin her; of: claiicers,; wilhou t-  :/crowdihgy;;;/lMiyorchesn'Ji,Vconipos-;  ���:; eel of Mrs. :C; R7Bouriie,';T. /Manila,  ;;;G;iP,-/'Hi'cknian'i".'-J.'';Car  !/.R.;:;Boui:ne,;; were ..very    generous  /with their music,   and ,did libt-stiiit:  /-Ivi-th/tlie/encore^  '/all:1; tliqse ;//\vho':; were /p'reseiitjisylue  '���'.them, yyl-he: refresh men ts   were of  ;t he -very;.- best -and'. ;It \- rb fleets, great  '/Credit .on  the; :mahageineht,; oh /the-  way-in which;ihey were served./,/ '  ���//.-Quite;ii number of Discovery,peo-  : pie; were present./:7Mr.: Erauk;.Mo!y  v ley/ brought down a load "aiid 7Vt he  : ,stage;;anothe'iy.'.-For- iSpuie'reaspinor  / other'���-..those./who /came 7down;';a/la  7;stage ;hacPto ,wai t'oyer * till: morning  /before reUirhingV/yvMiich/fw^^rathe'r  -, unfortunate?as 'many, of .them .wished  to get'back early on account of business. /.' ���"' t"'��� .'-':7/;; ;-'fy ;yyy''.-'::-:/���';'  ,y /-'It/is  to  be; hoped'another dance  will be held, soon, 'probably'' when   a,  few.,more;-',pepple ...arrive;. .'.from i.the.  outside7   , //.   " ��� ���-;,'���/ ''"  The ;Member For Atlin.'���  ������������������i/.S'-'  .;/^Stin^Tfieyi^pme^:^;',  ;,.; Tlie,exceptioiially;.'seyere-co,ld ;ex-.,  perienced /in the Canadian West  during the past winter, has had no  apparent depressing effect upon the  spirit of emigration/which -has /been  manifesting itself- recently "in Canada's behalf/.throughout Great Brit?  ain and the ico'n'tiiientYbTyE.urbp'e.  It /is stated that' emigrants, are  coming to this country this spring-  in thousand-lots, and there is difficulty in obtaining berths on the  steamships' for the vast host.' One  institution alone/expects to send but  3.50b', this month and next.  .Canadians in all parts of the Dor-  minion will rejoice because the tide  of emigration has not as yet reached  its flood. All who are able and  willing to work and who intend to  become good Canadian citizens are  welcome. The authorities'������must',  however, exercise the greatest care  and diligence in preventing any  who are physically, 'mentally or  morally unfit, from getting into the  country.- ' . ' .  Canada wants vigorous men and  women, and ��� must not be inade-the.  dumping ground for 'the''scum' or  'dregs' of Europe. ; Emigrants-must  be thoroughly examined and carefully sifted as well as wisely distributed, or emigration will be a curse  instead of a blessing to this country.  It pays to read the 'ads' of'our  home merchants, they are the ones  who make it possible to have convenience*?'right to hand,  .:.,:,.,./ :- As .Soon I'Yoin Tliu Gallnry....-.'..i.. '  -���/The. duties of ilie ".Provincial Sec-  ��� / 7 ''      '���.. ��� -, ��������� -.','��� - ���������'������ ���        - ���-"- '/y''.''  .relary are '.discharged' by  Dr. PL li.  Young, .wli'ose.coii'stitiiency extends.  ���froin tlie Yukon id llie Slikiiic: fiver  bii.: the., soil ih,"-a;-distance, of so'ihe 250  ;ltlilcS./    ���;,-;-'; ���/���'���'������ -"/,-..  ; :'iSfci;'--i/: ���''������' ']''���'  y The.member lor, Atliii.is a native  .Canadian.7 bpni;at/ICngiish/ River,  Qut'liecand is.but six:/years a resident./of Hrilish; Coluhibia.y (Dr.  Y'oung .was /ih; the'c;iinp;in;;iSi-)9.)  .His choice as.'- the representative;of  thy peqple./of/his.wild-and- iygged;  'const ituency: was not .made because  goodpa rliamenUiry; timber-is scarce,  bu t: beca use. i t7 is  uiii versa Ily 7rec6a"-  ���..- "- /���'. y "��� ��� .    .   ���������:��� ���-  ���-..-; - :,i   .  .nised /that   Dr. Young is eminently  titled   for::the:;aduiinistrative 'work  incident to/membership7in the cab,-/  ineyand^liis / steady- application.to!  the -duties7 of his/combined .offices.'  adequately represeiitsxhe/nian.y/7;  ;'yTlie./district- of ,/Atlin ;'is second":  only;/to', the ;Yukon;;-ih^'the "fame  which it eujoyecl. in; the days of the'  {rush to/the far/North,: and; with its;  steadily, increasing.;; mineral /output  bids fair: to rival the /more, notorious  Dawson/   teirhofy. /;; ;;Its':/inineral  wealth consists both of placer diggings ana   quartz-measures,  the.extent'of .which"'.*: has; aheady".induced  the in vestuiehtof a/large aiuoiiht; of  caphaiy.A;i/E'usdislrcompany 'cap-'  - '-���>[���'-''-, yy /.'/y'���'���-."   : -. .'���   -     -'"l1:  italiz,ed,aU^i5';ooo,poo   ls-constru'c.t'::  ing/a;-railway- -to- reach the Rainy.  .Hollow- section,.-/.and/an /enormous'  siuelter'will/be:.:built at some point  to reduce the output of the  mines.  This company has already paid out  a; very considerable/amount for properties, 'y .".././���';y ��� C-./  r..:/The southen^parf^of the district,'  around: Telegraph, is Experiencing a.,  booiu,-/,ahd;v'the 'member  for  Atlin  states, as-.his cpnyictipii that it is im-,  doubtedly one;; of��� tlie" richest placer  and/mineral   districts   in the whole  country.  /Its isolation and the lack;  of; transportation     facilities,   have  proved a very serious handicap, but  in spite  of these  tlie ^development  ha,s;,been extensive and will   be  yet  more rapid..      -..-'-:-,���'          v           ;!/;/  br!.Young.,is,a.graduate  in Arts  at  Queen's    University,   Kingston,  and aii undergraduate as M. D., C.  M., of McGill University, Montreal.  His post graduate  studies  in medicine- 'were   taken   at. Pennsylvania  and London.              '  NOTICE.  TAKIi NOTICIv Unit I Clmrlos'. r'roipul*  Ituiil, of Tulo^i-iiiili Ornolc, U.C, sli'iill iiLpl.v  to tho Uounl of l.iiiKiiKii-Coiuiulssiijiici'K'of  tin; Atliii l.iuensi; District, lit this next vanillin* iiii!Otin��- otiJlliii! 1 nt ii. 11)07, foi* tin; tniiis-  fci* of niy liotul. liouiisi! for the ".StiuUiiiu  Ilatol," si't.inituil mi lot. I, liiuclc I, TcIcki'iiijIi.  Crnnlr. li.C, lo Ai-tliin* IO. Uulfry, olfi-lc-  i jfruiili Crrolc, li. 0.  :      Siirnoil    C.lt. JiUll),  Tolnttruiili Oi'ucli, II. 0., April 20tli, I!I(I7. 'nils  HOW   TO  Sl.CClJJ<Ji.'"HICJ.P.  P'tirmers, contractors, manufacturers; aYi'd all employers of labor  desiring married or single men, will  dp-,,w,ell to/apply, at qnce to Major  C.-'W. Creigiitoii, Salvation Army  Immigration Department, 439Harris, Street, Vancouver, B. C, or  Rupert Street, Winnipeg, Man.  Blank application forms will be  supplied , and each application will  receive careful attention, No men  will be sent unless applied for in the  above manner.  '-.JIT  -&;'���������'&':������'���&'': j*'.:  '���&���������>&  rg^/^  ;FULL"LINES/;OF7  iii  yy^y';^y,h  ilil!;;7v;;/l"Ill  ;ElotiT,7/yMeSts7::;^  ;/Drj;7^^G  ; Furniture ,'7��^m  :/Qar^  ://,-;--y,'/'';./'/-/:./���:..;//, im?y /-..---.-:/- /-'��� /,y/.7:  ji'  maaian.  iain(70  The  propertY; and; efiects * of the  bank/are - ibr; sale, for information^ apply ito Mr.  Successors to  LATEST STYLES IN GENT'S FURNISHINGS  DRY GOODS, CARPETS, PIOUSE FURNISHINGS,  GOLD SEAL HIP, GUM BOOTS AND-SHOKS,'  FULL LINE OE MINERS"GLOVES AND MITTS.  Storks at atian and .i.jiscjoy.isrV  --���-4~Kj>  Why f.KND out wiikn vou can out ooodk as ciihav. iikiik i  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings ami all Itimls of Juweliw nmnu  fiictlinul on the premises.  Kino Now Stock ol Watches, Clocks, Jewelry ami Diamonds  Wulclips from S'i.00 up. Airontsl'or Colmnliiii Grumoplionos.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JULES EGGERT'& . SOu, auik ax�� u-scovkkv,  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jrv f iis.  Safety Deposit Vaults. ATLIN,    B.   C.     SATURDAY,     APRIL   27,   1907.  The Tie That Binds.  Mr. Otto Miller, of Spruce creek,  aud Miss Eva Bladow, ol Discovery,  were united in the holy bonds of  matrimony at the parsonage, last  Wednesday afternoon, by the Rev.  A. 'M. Ross.  The marriage was entirely a private affair. . The young people  drove r down about noon time and  immediately after the ceremony they  weut back to Discovery, where a  wedding dinner awaited them at' the  Pine Tree. With a few friends the}'  had a quiet and enjoyable time. .  The bride is but a new-comer to  out camp, and it speaks volumes for  her charms that she should, on such  short notice, have captured one of  our handsomest and most popular  Swains in the guazj^ meshes of the  matrimonal net.  St. Maktix's Chukcii of England.  .Sunday nioriiiiisr services are rendered at  II o'clock.   W111.CS, Hathorn. lay render.  PlIEHIIYTKHlAN  ClIUKClI.  Sunday moruiiifr services 11 o'clock.     Sunday school   at   12.1.">.'    Kveninj,'  service 7.30.  Afternoon   service   at   Discovery;     Sunday  school nt 2. :I0.  Hampton   &,   Durie, Proprietors.  Hugger l)otel  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND.NIGHT.  First-class Restaurant, iu connection  Headquarters for Dixon's.stujre-  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. 4. A. M.  No. 42, G. It. H.C.  KcKiilur communications held on the iirst  Thursday of each month  in tlie A. O. U. W. Hull,  Third Street;  BARBER SHOP.  11 is the    universal  Wish   that the      Visiting- brethren cordially invited  Goddess of Fortune may beam upon the pathway of the twain on the  journey through life.  The young couple- will take up  their abode on Spruce creek, where  Mr. Miller's interests are located.  Mrs. Roxborougb, Mrs, Mobley,  Miss Morrison aud. Miss Blyth were  present during the ceremony.  O.K  W. THOMPSON, MANAGER.  ���   BATHS FIFTY CENTS  Private lintrance for, Ladies..  Arrivals;  The folio wing, are among there-  cent arrivals;  ���   Judge   F.    M'cB.    Young, Mrs.  Young aud two-children.  W. K. Hall,-/: manager of the  Spruce Creek Hydraulic Co,, and  Mrs. Hall.  Claude Hall aud wife, of Spruce  Creek.  J. M. Ruffner, manager of the  Pine Creek Power Co., and Mrs.  Ruffner.  Frank Bree/.e and wife, Henry  Ruffner and wife, and Miss Alice  Ruffner.  E. M. N. Woods and wife; Mrs.'  C. Erickson; Mrs. Hicks.  A. J. Beddesbn, representing  JCelly, Douglas & Co., of Vancouver. H. W. Heal, of Discovery.  D- O'Sullivau and Joe Kelly, engineer and fireman of the steamer  Scotia. Frank Miller, W. E, Fisher, John Lox, John Jacobson, G.  Curuow, A. Ralfs and Chas. Mann-  folk and others. There is hardly a  day passes but what half a dozen or  more  new  arrivals  happen along.  Reception,  'Arrangements have been made  by the Arctic Brotherhood to give  n reception to the brides who have  graced the camp by their, presence,  namely: Mrs. J. M, Ruffner, Mrs.  J. Frank lirceze; and Mrs. Otto  Miller. The event will take place  Friday; evening next, May 2nd.    .  Synopsis of  Canadian Homestead. Regulations.  /\ NY available Dominion Lands within  /*A the Railway Belt in Uritish Columbia,  maybe bomesteaded by any person'who is  the solo head of a family, or any mule over 18  years of aye, to the extont of'.one-quarter  section of 100 acres more or less.'  Entry must he made personally at tho local  laud ofKce for the district in which the land  in situate.  The homesteader is required to perforin  tho conditions connected'therewith under  one of the following plans:  Cl) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of tho land in each year for three  years. ���"���   .. -  (2) If the father (or mother, ifthe father is  deceased) of tho homesteader resides upon a  farm in .the.vicinity of the land entered for,  the requirements an to residence may be  satisfied by such person residing with the  father or niothey.  (8) if the settler has bis permanent residence upon farming: laud owned by liini in  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by  residence upon the said land.  Six mouths' notice iu writing should bo  (riven to theCommissioncv of Dominion Lands  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at ?10 per aero  for sof (*��� coal and -S20 for anthracite. Not moro  than '120 acres can be acquired hy ono individual or company, Royalty at the rutu of  tun cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall bo collected on the Kross output.  W. W. COltY,  deputy of the Minister of tlie Interior  N.li.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not lie paid for. jy21-lim  NOTICE,  "NTTOTICI-; Is hereby (,'ivon that, I intend,  ���4-^ sixty days from date, to apply to tlie  Cbicf Commissioner of bands and Works  for permission to purchase Mm following  described tract of land: Commencing at n  btake planted at a point about two miles  south of the north end of Atliii luko and one  milo west of tho west shoro of Atlin lake,  thence west'10 chains, thcuco north 20 chains,  titmice east 10 chains, tlionco south 20 chains  to tlio point of commencement.  CHARLES H. COLE,  Ajiril iU, 1007 ap27jpJZ  TO CONSUMPTIVES.  The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means,  after suffering for several years with  a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease Consumption, is  anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers ;the means of cure.  To those who desire it, he will  cheerfully, send (tree of,charge) a  copy of the prescription used, which  they will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catakkh,'* Bronchitis aud all throat and lung  Mala Dins. He hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the preset ip-  tion, which will cost thern nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will  please address ���''"'���    ������  Rev. Edward A. Wilson,  Brooklyn, N.Y.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  Steamer Princes   May sails'-"  April   13th,y and   23rd/  Sailing from Skagway 8p.m.  Direct to Vancouver  and Victoria.  TranuportiiiK by rail or steamer to Sunt tie without extra chart's  We isivo quick sorviee.    No intermediate culls. T"T     ~r\    -T7v ���'"'   '.  For rates or information apply to     ��1.    JD.    jL-sUnTlj  Acont, SUauway.  <^*->-  M��-��-��-��<S><$�� ��� ��� ������<  USE OUR ADVERTISING  COLUMNS    ���  Placing before the public  the many, advantages of  . the district is the object of  " Che miin Claim  f9  ���o*��*��:*��#��*!a*a*o������o*��o*o*o*a*��*a*o��o<��o*a��o^D<>  This cannot be successfully accomplished with-  out the generous support of  the business  people and  the residents.  ���n*.

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