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 ~zi\��vX.A#i2��.  ��� a.j>^!W^H^w^y^^i^w^  aaigayjtgtfj  i'r.     APR is 1906,  -'- -'Oria,��-^''-"  ^  *  VOL.  14.  ���ATLIN,  B. C,   SATURDAY,    APRIL    7,   -906.  N(  TELEGRAPHIC.  MARTIAL LAW  AT WINNIPEG.  Riot Act was Read to Street  Car Men on Strike.  DOZEN CARS DAMAGED OR BURNED.  Russian Revolutionists Will Declare  Another Strike.  AH Mines of Anthracite Coal Fields  Suspend Operation���Entombed  25 Days���Earl Grey at White  House���More Railroad Talk���  Our King and Queen in France  ���St. Petersburg- News���Equal  Privileges in Morocco.  [SI'ECIAl. TO THE CIjAIM.]    '  Winnipeg, Man., April 5.���The  street car strike which was inaugurated on all the lines throughout this  city on March 30th still continues.  The company's efforts to operate a  few cars ��� under the protection of  strong" squads of police have not  proven successful, but have resulted  in continuous street rioting and over  *Ci . 1  a dozen cars have been badly dam-"  aged or burned. Mayor Sharpe  was severely clubbed by a -man  named Theil, who is a detective,  shortly after' having read the Riot  Act. Martial law has been proclaimed in the city. The members  of the militia, which has been called  out, state that they wilt refuse to  obey orders to shoot. There is no  hope whatever for an. immediate  settlement.  Warsaw, April 5.���At a meeting  of the revolutionists held here this  week it was utianimously decided  to declare another general strike so  as to prevent the government from  contracting a new loan.  Philadelphia, April 5.���The suspension of all mining operations  throughout the anthracite coal  fields are complete and both the  operators and the miners are preparing, for a long hard struggle.  Lens, France, April 5.���Another  miner was taken out alive today  after having been entombed for 25  days in a coal mine. Pie was terribly emaciated, having subsisted on  hay during his long confinement.  This makes a total of 15 recovered  out of nearly j, 100 men who were  entombed by an explosion which  occurred in the mine on the 10th  of March.  Washington. April 5.���President  Roosevelt gave a dinner at ; the  White house last night in honor of  Earl Grey, Governor General of  Canada, and a nuniber'of Canadian  statesmen who accompanied him.  St. Paul, Minn., April 5.���-It is  rumored .here that Jas. J. Hill, of  the Great Northern railroad, is  going to build a railway from Winnipeg to Vancouver, and that he  will   this   summer: commence   the  construction of the western .section  of the road between Vancouver and  Fernie.  Chicago, April 5.���The Zionites  have wiied John Alexander Dowie  from Mexico demanding his resignation. Dowie has started for headquarters to fight it out. ���  Marseilles, France, "April 5.���  King Edward VII., of .Great Britain, arrived here on Tuesday and,  during the day, "/was joined by  Queen Alexandra.  - Ottawa, April 5.--The Esquimalt  & Nanaimo railway bill, under Mr.  Wm. Sloan's direction, has passed  through the committee stage'aud  will now come up for' its second  reading.  Winuipeg, Man., April 5.���The  body of Vincent Weiler, who disappeared from that town last November, was this week found near  Snowflake, he having -been murdered.  . Ballard, Wash., April 5.���Seventeen shingle mills in this city are at  present closed down owing to a  strike of the sawyers for.an increase  of wages. - ���  Cologne, France,'April 5.���A despatch received .here today from St.  Petersburg says that the police have  discovered'many letters' which show  that 'a massacre of Jews 011 a large  scale has been planned for Easter.'  A large number of troops have been  stationed in the Jewesh quarter of  the city.  Winnipeg, April 6.���All attempts  to settle the street railway strike  have failed as both sides have refused to make the least concession.'  On Thursday the-company operated  thirty cars and there were no fresh  disorders.  New York, April .6.���The . coal  operators and the miners met again  yesterday and there are rumors that  some concessions were made, but  Mitchell, the miners' president, refuses to make any comment upon  the situation.  Boston', Mass., April 6.���Mr.  Swift, head of Swift & Company,  the Chicago meat packers, died in  this city Wednesday.  Berlin, April 6.���Chancellor Von  Buelow states that the Algeciras  conference has resulted in the acceptance of the principle, of equal  privileges for all countries in Morocco, and which was the desire and  contention- of Germany from the  beginning.  Winnipeg, April 6.���During the  last ten days of March the Canadian  Pacific Railway company brought  into the Canadian North West 716  cars of settlers effects.  GENERAL  NEWS.  The U. S. Congress last week  authorized the expenditure of nine  million dollars to build a new first  class battleship.  A New York despatch says Mark  Twain has written a letter to the  Russian revolution committee endorsing the  present uprising.    He  says he hopes the patriots will  crush out the frail Romanoff family  and all the other drones.  A big fire occurred at Johnstown,  Pa., on March 28th and 29th and  the loss amounted to over a million  dollars.    One fireman was killed.  The first case iu the fight against  railroads granting rebates opened at  Philadelphia on March '28. .The  Great Northern is the defendant in  the case.  Early last Saturday morning a  niau named Charles A. Bailer committed suicide by shooting himself  with a revolver while in his room in  a Whiteborse hotel.  ' The'"city treasurer of Tacoma,  Wash.,' lately received one thousand  dollars from an unknown' conscience  stricken man who acknowledged  that he stole the money from, the  city.  At Tokio, Japan, on March 29th  the debate in the house of peers on  a bill providing for naturalization of  railroads resulted.in a free fight.  The police were called on to separate  the mauling statesmen.  The recent fire at Wrangel burned  all the leading business houses with  the exception of one, and over two  do7en-residences. The loss is estimated -".'at' $1,006,000. The town  had no effective fire apparatus.  Capt. E. W. :Jolinson, of Nome,  who is wintering in Seattle, has received word that his mine there will  yield $500,000 this year. $150,000  being now in the dump. He traded  an old gasoline launch for the mine  last year.  After-a-recent cabinet meeting at  Ottawa if was announced that the  strength of the Royal North West  Mounted Police in the Yukon would  be materially reduced this coming  summer, soon after the opening of  navigation on the Yukon river.  A Warsaw despatch of March  26th said: Thirty-four working  girls who refused to join the strikers  are dead through poisoning, powders having been placed in their  food. The paymaster oi the Vistu-  lar railroad was assaulted aiid robbed of $35,000.  A bill has been introduced iu the  U. S. Congress providing punishment instead of dismissal for cadets  and midshipmen at the military  academies for. hazing. If the bill  does not become a law, nearly half  the students now attending these  academies \vill be dismissed.  At St. Petersburg the liberals are  very much disheartened on account  of the present political conditions  throughout Russia. They say they  see nothing ahead but years of  struggle aud bloodshed before universal suffrage is gained, and which  is the only thing that will restore  peace and order permanently.  A vSeattle despatch says thirty  vessels with a combined trip capacity of 40,000 tons will be required  to do the Alaska and Yiikou shipping business this season, which  will be a record breaker in both  freight and passenger traffic. Thirteen of the 30.ships will be engaged  in the Nome trade exclusively.  .  New District is Booming:.  Windy Arm  Mining  Field  is More  -    Active   Than    at',Any  Time,  Since its Discovery.  In its issue of March 30th the'  Whitehorse Star published the l'ol-,  lowing: 0  More activity is now being dis-,  played in the Windy Arm mining  district than at any time in its his'-'  tor}'. Early this month the force at  the mines was increased from 30 to  60 men and that number will be  again doubled by the roth of April.  , Work is now being rushed on the  Montana, Vault, Venus," M. & N.,  and Uranus claims aiid all these  with several others will, be worked  on full time all spring and summer.  A cable splicer has arrived at Conrad and the tramway started ��� last  fall will be completed and in operation in the near future.  An immense dump of ore will  soon be built up at the Venus mine, ���  where the ledge is 21 feet wide and  very rich." It is expected reduction  works will be arranged immediately  on the arrival of Manager Singer  and President Conrad, which will  be in ten days or two weeks.    '       ���  Daulton aiid associates from Seattle^ will arrive about^the 15th _to.-.  begin operations on their group' of  claims and Hansbrough and associates will also start work' on the  Ruby and other properties during  the coming month.  Considerable building is now under- way at Conrad, where Surveyor  T. A. Dickson aud a force of tneii  are engaged inlaying out an additional 40 blocks into lots.  Captain Martin's addition to the  town will be laid out within two or  three weeks. At Winton, five miles  up the arm from Conrad, five ' new  buildings, three of them substantial  hotel structures, are already under  way.  The same spirit of enterprise that  characterizes the new towns on  Windy Arm is also in evidence at  Caribou, where the merchants are  largely increasing their stocks and  all branches of business are expanding in anticipation of a good year.  [Winton, mentioned in the second  last paragraph of the above article,  is the new name of the townsite  which was at first called Silverdale,  and is located on the British Columbia side of the line. Two of tlie  hotels mentioned are being erected  respectively by W. -A. Anderson,  late of Discovery, and A. R. McDonald, formerly, of the Kootenay  hotel here. From private sources  we learn that Winton bids fair to  become the leading town of the new  district.���Ed.]  New Arrivals.  On April 1���Dr. W. E. Mttlhol-  lau, .Gus. Brunich. April 4���G.  T. Rant, G. H. Comrie, Mr. Gigofc  and Barney Kane.  Stables& Luinsden   carry a 5U>ck  of good groceries. ATLIN,   B.    C,    SATURDAY,    APRIL 7. 1906'  The Atlin Claim.  Tllfc ATLIN CUAIA1 is punusitCD rvcny Saturday  MORNING.     RAILED     PRCC    TO    ANY    PAF1T   OT  THC  womn  ron r.o   ccnts   pen month :   $n.oo   pen  YTrtn.      ADVERTISING RATCs:  tt.OO PCHINCH EACH  iNnrnTioN ;  nCADirtc noticck, ?s ccnti a lint.  SPECIAL   flMCS    ON    APPLICATION.   ��04-   JOB PRINTING :  CORRESPONDENCE.  [Tin. Clniin is lint  responsible for views ox-  Iircsscil liy corrpKiioiiilents.]  Atlin District Pioneer Association.  Useful m  ILL'IICADS, POSTERS, VISITING   CAHD!  UTTCn.HCftOS, ITIOGniMMCS,       ETC..   KTc.  1 onoens   phomptlv   rxccUTCo.  prices MoornATC,  (  Till* ATMS CrjATM  PrniT.TSIUNO Co., I.'JJl.  \V.   Por.r.Aim.   Ghast.    Hpitok-Masagish.  NO TAINT ON MINERS GOLD.  Gold washed from the ground by  the placer miner has no taint. It  bears no blood stains unless they be  those of the miner himself, drawn  by the accidents of honest toil. The  government can well afford to give  every adventitious aid to'the man  whose product is the elixir of life to  all modern commerce and trade and  which adds to the sum of wealth,  without taking anything away, or'  imposing hardship upon any one  but the producer.  In the fact that he produces without taking Irom anyone  else the individual miner stands  almost alone.  He   extracts   from   the earth that  which is valueless so long as  it   remains   iu   the ground.    The small  fisherman   or   trapper only besides  himself  lifts   from Nature's  storehouse   without   taking profit   from  another's labor or adding to the cost  of   living   for his race.    The great  mining   corporation   gives employment   to   labor,   but it compels the  labor to yield more than half its output to the employer.    A  little taint  is   there.    The  great   fish-packing  companies also take from labor  the  larger   share   of its results, and in  many   places   are   destroying    the  stock at a rate which threatens practical extermination.  The farmer is constantly eulogized  because he extracts from the earth  the materials to feed aud clothe mankind, but the farmer makes a profit  from the labor he employs and often  drives his entail penury upon others.  The individual miner, the most  common type of whom is the placer  miner in frontier ' regions like  Alaska, takes from nobody a grain  ot the yield of his efforts. He suffers more hardships than almost  any other independent toiler, pays  more for what he buys, adds more  to general prosperity than almost  any other individual worker, and  his own success brings no loss, no  disappointments, no.tears to others  less fortunate than himself.���Juneau  Dispatch.  Editor of Tin*: Ati.in Claim.  I\kar Sir,���As has already been  intimated, there is a general feeling  among the pioneers of the Allin  camp that it is high time to organize and gather together at least once  a year in sonic social function.  The camp is now nearly eight  years old and has certainly outgrown, the primitive conditions of  early years, and the many facts'ol  interest relative to those clays when  the camp was still in its infancy will  soon, unless recorded, be only the  subject qf tradition.  The pioneer societ3*, ,the formation of which is now proposed, will  be of an'extremely interesting character, not only because of the yearly banquet but, also, because its  object will be to chronicle anything  ot interest belonging to early days.  It has been decided that Saturday, April sSth inst, will be the  best evening to gather together for  the purpose of organizing. By that  time many pioneers now coming in  over the trail will have arrived, the  miners will not have yet settled  down to summer work, and it will  be quite convenient for most of them  to come.  The Arctic Brotherhood have  kindly offered to lend their hall in  Discovery for the occasion and it is  hoped that every 1S9S and_ 1899  man will make a point of attending.  Every man that came into the camp  in those years will be eligible for  membership and, as the expense  will be irfiing, a large membership  is expected.  If anyone cannot possibly attend  let him send in his name with the  date of his arrival attached so that  his name may be enrolled on the  books of the association.  Respectfully yours,  A. Carmichakt..    .  Atliu, April 3rd, 1906.  Why bus 11 our whks vou can c:kt ��oohh ak c;iirc,\r ���ii:iii"?  '   Atlin, Nugget and   Grape  flings  ami ��U ki-nls ���uf Ji*vdw*imu*i  factiiroil on tlie premises.  JLfino  Now  Slock  of   Watches,  Clocks,  Jewelry   uinl   Diamonds  Wutohcs from ��5.0(1 up. Aircnts for Colinnlfiu Cifiinioplioiit's.  Silverware, Cut Class, Hand Painted China, Souve.nir S*kx>iis  JULES   EGGERT   & -SON,,. at,.,k a���.discovkky, .  safety Deposit Vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewel.rs.  They   are   Waiting   for   You!  IN  CLOTIi  arg'ains  B5r^4i<a   '^Si��.^1��^ Bry Goods,  Carpets and J&oaese FnnrBstsMis^s. "  FULL    LINE    OK1  HOOTS    ant*  'SKOK.S,  also   GOLD   SEAL    I-IIP   GUM    BOOTS.  Ho E. Br  A-i-Hisi zmtl  $Qf   Discovery, U. C.  Successors   to   J. H.  Richardson.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company,  <&-r   S.  ALASKA    ROUTE   SAILINGS,  Princess Beatrices      p  ���    ��� departs  from   Skagway  April H'mh & 26th, ���& May StSt*  S-iiHiip--l'rom 'SJcagway 8 p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver  amd Victoria.  -.Transporting by rati or steumer to Seattle *n-itlio*at extern charge.  We give quick service.     No intersneiliate -calls.  For rates or information appty to  H. B.  Dunn, ' ,  A gen tPSUiiswiiy.  TELE   GOLD    HOUSE,  j  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  C H. Nisssn, Prop.  F. B. Wrong, Mgr.  Uostnuraiiit in Connection Untler  New hiiiI Uupable Muimcreiiieiit.  <��>����������������� ��.���������������� id ������<��*>�� 0-��-(>-^O<;  The Whiteborse Star, in a recent  issue, said: It is not probable that  there is any truth in the stories  published in the Seattle papers to  the effect that Colonel Conrad has  sold out his Wind}' Arm holdings  for $.5,ooo,coo. .The chances are  that the colonel has'; re-organized  his companies with a capital of  $5,000,000.  "Was it a happy marriage?" "It  depends on how you look at it. She  has everything to make her happy  except her husband.*'  ' 'As fur as politics are concerned,"  sighed. Uncle Henry Buttervvorth,  "we might as well be resigned to  the worst, cause they won't resign  themselves."  The "Geo'gia. Grind" suh, is the  ability to feed a continuous and unbroken line of watermelon into one  side of the mouth while emitting a  continuous and imbroken line of  seeds, suh, Pom the otheh side.  mw����<<m<��<��^^4W��v<'��mm o;��^^^^-<'r^��^*^^*��^��^^-^c-<^r^a  .**  &  In his letter re the formation ol-a  pioneers association in the Atliii  district our correspondent appears  to be under tlie delusion that all the  '98 and '99 pioneers are of the masculine gender. We believe there  are, many ladies in the camp who  came in during those years.  Special    Meeting. .  ASpecialmeeting of. the Board of  Licence . Commissioners will  be held in the Court, House, Atlin,  B. C., on Thursday, April 26th,  1906, at the hour of ijua.tn. to, consider the following Liquor Licence  applications:  HOIVKr,   UCKNCIiS.  A.'R. McDonald, Silverdale  Hotel,  Silverdale,. B. C.  W. A. Anderson, Lake View House,  Silverdale, B. C.  Waj.tkk Owkn,  Chief Licence Inspector.  Atiin, B.C., March 36U1, r906.  The   Picture that today  is the  talk  of England and the British Colonies;  .being the first ever published showing  the   Queen  in   her  quiet   home   life.  ��� {Frames 2-0 x 25 in.)  The Family Herald and Weekly Star,  of Montreal, the greatest family paper  hi America; for'one. year,  AND  For one vear.  Caix������at.'our oi-ficf, anc siiK- the PREMIUM.  'This offer is open to both present and  new subscribers  ���'-���'       to "THE  ATLIN   CLAIM."       "'  'ft0&&*Kfe94>&feftRt^^ ^*\ijg&TCtt^^y&i*5Z'wxsFVii  ^g^^t-awwTJyc  asanas  sg^aaixajiaaa.g'itjftMi  Si3i^sS=S^S3SSSS3SS=  w ;  <V  tf  I  ATLIN,   S. tC,  'SATURDAY,    APRIL 7,   ^9^5  Whist Club's Last Meeting.  32. L. Pillman Led in   Grand   Total;  and Captured, the Medal.  ��� The Atlin Whist club held ils last,  ���meeting'of the-season   at  the   residence of Mr. J. Williamson Monday,  evening, when a 'large  -number   of,  members   were   iu 'attendance.     A;  ������rubber of diiplicale-whist was played  ������and then the total scores fonthc sea-  -soii  .were ���compiled. , when it was  found that Mr. E. -L. I'illtnnn; whoj  ill cad cd   the!   list   aud  captured the  "one carrot" medal, had been given  ���n  close  run by Chief Constable W.  ���Owen,    who   was  one point behind  iiitu. ��� TliC'finnncial-slatenient, read  'fey secretary 'R. -B. Anderson, show-  icd  the club to be in good-standing.  Refreshments   were -served   by Mr.  -and Mrs. Williams and, after a vote  ���of   thanks   -to   the hosts for.a most  ���enjoyable'evening  and   an   appropriate-speech .by Mr. R. A. Jackson,  ithcclub's president, ithe 'gathering;  ���dispersed. ; '  'T-hingrs to Quit.  Card of Thanks.  The trusteeS'of St. Andrew's hos-i  -pital desire to gratefully acknow-i  ledge receipt of.thesum of $1-62.75!  if rem the committee'in charge of the-  .���St. Patrick's day-concert per Rev.,  A. M., Ross, -honorary secretar}',!  and to'express their profound ap-r  preciation of the 'hearty-sympathy:  Sov rthe institution -so- practically;  ���manifested by those -who ^so ably-  conducted the concert to such a sue-?  ���cessful .issue; !to -whom and lo all'  'who in any way contributed to its'  success they hereby tender sincere'  ���thanks. ���   . ���  What Constitutes Success.  A Kansas woman, Mrs. A. J.  Stanley,-of Lincoln, was some time  :ago awarded a prize of $250 by a,  Boston'firm for the best answer  lo:  1  ��� the question. She wrote as,follows:!  ���"He has achieved success who has  lived well, .laughed often and 'loved  much; who has gained the respect  -of intelligent men and the love of  children; who has filled his niche;  and accomplished his .task; who has  Jeft'the .world better than he found'  iit, whether by.an lira proved poppy,:  .a perfect poem or rescued soul; who  ihas never lacked appreciation of  earth's beaut}* or failed to express'  it; who has 'looked for =the best in:  ���others and '.given 'the bet>t he had;  >whose life was an insperation; whose  memory a benediction.  Atlinto Lodge,  A. F. & A.M..  Kejrulur ccimiiiuiitctH-  tions liclil on the iirst  Tlmi'Mlny of cucli inontli  in the A. (). U. W. Jlull,  Third Street,  .itiii'f brethren cordially invited.  Vi  Pi-nw mwz  Joe  Palmer,  Reliable Shoemaker,  Discover v, B. 'C.  -0-   Rubber Boots a Specialty.  O..K,  BARBER SHOP.  jr.lRST STRHKT,      -        ATLIN.  E. SHIELDS,���Rroi'/;  .HOT  BATHS :5'o,cts,,"  s '.U'lin Imth rooms are enmilly ns good as found  *dn oiiios. '������ Private Entrniicofor;Ladiib8.  Gossiping. ;  fFidgeting.  Grumbling. -, ���:  Hairsplitting,   ,' ' ;  Saying Inters agtiiust you. ',  Finding  lfuill .with the weather.'  Going around with aigloomy face.;  EudUfnicliiig, mugging and wor-!  rying. '       !  Taking offence -wlum inonciis in-:  tended. ' ',  Dwelling -on ���'fcntaiGll -sliglns and!  'wrongs. "   ��� |  Talking big things .and '.doing;  ���small ones.'       '.'"'"       ���       !  Scolding.and 'Hying-into a passion,  over trifles. :  Boasting of \Vhat yr,U'canitlo<i'ii-;'  slead'ofdoingit. :  Thinking tliaflife-is a '.grind audi  ���not worth living. " . -'   -        ���;  '<  Talking continually about "'your-!'  ���self and your affairs.' !  Depreciating yourself antl-makingi  light of --j*our abilities. f  " Saying  unkind 'things 'about."ac-i  guaintances and -friends. ;  Exaggerating aud making aioun-j  tains out'Of molehills.      -   -     .       (  Lamentingithe past, bdldiugiontoi  disagreeable experiences. ���" .  Pitying' yourself' and bemoaning}  your lack of "opportunities. ]  Comparing, -yourself with (Others.'  to your own disadvantage. |  Waiting -around for chances to'  turn up.   -Go and turn them up.     i  Writing letters when the -blood is|  hot, which -you may regretllater.    J  Carping aud criticizing. ��� See the.  bestirather than the worst in-others.!  t  Thinking that all the ^.good  changes andoppoirtuiiities are gone,  by. . ;  Thinking .of yourself to '.the exclusion-of everything .and everyone  else.  Dreaming that 3-011 would be happier sin some other place-or .circumstances.     .  Belittling .those .whom you envy  because you' feel that they are superior to yourself. !  Dilating on your pains.and aches  and misfortunes to everyoue who'  will listen to -you.  Gazing' idly into 'ithe future and  dreaming.about itinstead of making  the most of the present.  Longing for the .good-things that  others have iinstead of going to  work and earning- them for yourself;  Looking for opportunities hundreds or thousands of uiiles-away  instead of right where you are.���.  Success.. ., , t  ��L��  .C^"*        W^*       U^*       t^*       ?&*       %Z^     Jt^r*  )  Our  IPe'bruary {Bargain "Sale is ���ov-ear, hitL  '.as we ;ha*vye ;a few. of those  S  ileift,' we wd1!! '-clear tliem tout at  -Ks��i��*>��!)��**��  We -also' ihave -a EewCMd Xin.es of  ry.  Wr  -���we  must dispose -of  Regardless  of 'sOQST -ERICE.  TJaese  >at*e   Money  -Savers!  ,<$���' ~i�� -i*    J>   .&    *S*   .r��  Hampton   6t   Dune, Proprietors.  -Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.     :  ' -'::''''��������������� -' '-'": ^"; y  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURA-NT ;  ���'" '���';-��� in"  ������    connection, j  Ueaduiiurtoi's for Dixon's stfiffo.  The Atlin Market ;0o��� Ltd.  FRESH 'DRESSED iMEATS, .also  POULTRY OF -Ait.  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  IC. "UOEC-KEJR    Manager,    ,  -iJ-OCCiJSPOliS "TO-  "XHQMAS  ������'&   BEM'WELU  Wholesale dealers 121 Wines, Spirits .aiiS '.Cigars.  Locat, Acicnt : M. R. jAMresow.     IIiiftn-'OFi'-icK: VANCOiA'i-at, B.C.  *MV>/*/>**A*/<SiAAfW  ^CAPITAL   PAID    UP   ^lOiOGOiCoo:  ���;R'ESKK.VJi,  '$4,;500',<iXD3:l       ���'"..'' '  Branches -^of 'the Bank set 3eattie,  San Fpan��lsex),       -  .......... Portland,  "Skagway, e4&  Exchange sold on all Points*  '       -(Ooud 'DasT Purchased���Assay Office -in -Coknkcstion..  D. ROSS, Manage*  };.  - I.-'  n  .1 ���  ���"?���-  ti  j Ml  t-  I- ��� 1  ]"! =  ��� il  i-Uiil  , 1 ��� .��� ji  1 .. itTJJLN,.  Bp'C\. '^A'TURDAY,    APRIL  /���  1906.  Local Events-  Wall paper for spring renovating  at C. R. Bourne's..  The latest, magazines and papors  are always on-hand at Pillman's..  McDonald's- Grocery makes- a  specialty of fr.es.h eggs and hutter.  W.'P. Grant-is expected to return  to camp today per Dixon & Schulz  stage. .' , .       '  G. T. Rant*returned to town 'on  "Wednesday afta? spanding;lh& winter at Victoria..  G. M. Shirley trapped- tour- good  specimen cf' the lynx.famity near  Torey inlfet this week..  Dr;. Mnlhollan, the dentist;, is  stopping at the Royal Hotel and  will be leaving.for the o.utsicle. in a  few days..  Geo*' Findfey, until lately fire  chief and nightwatehman-left. on  Thursday on a trip- to- tha Windy  Arm district.  Souvenin  Postals.���Several   new  ��� designs jiisfcarriveda-t.G.'R. Bourne's.  On   Tuesday Dixon   &   Schulz  brought in a bunch of beef cattle,  which were_-hQFdfed;,froHi Gar  Cjoss-  by E. Shei mer.  Dick Duulop'has installed1 a wood  cutting .machine and is giving liis  ooruei.of. tlie' town au " industrious  tonet theset-cfays-..  Mrs. T> f. R-agan wfH give* a ra-  o6ption at her home-toMr. and Mrs.  R. G. Matthews'upon their arrival  in Atlin next week;'.  - W. Sweet.returned on  Friday of  last week Irom a short visit to < Wiii-  ton ��� and Conrad City on Windy  Arm. He .say's times are. quite busy  out there.-.-  .- Frank-. McPhea-. Bob Webster,.  Jack- -Buchanan .and Eeler. Augel  ate at< present engaged in cutting and  putting-. up> a supply of icafor.'the  Northern Brewing Co-.  ������. ��������� G. 'H. ��� Connie;., assayen for the  local .branch pi ..the .'Canadian Bh'nk  of Commerce, and who .during . the  winter has been visiting his home in  Scotland, returned to camp ou Wednesday^ stage;  ��� Jhsi "JSustori* lineman at Nakina  on the Dominion telegraph system,  spent a few days in town this week.  ���Geo.- Goutts*, operator at the same  point, is expected, in in the course  of a week or sot.  F. W. Bowling and' family drove  down to Mr. Barton's at Pike river  on Sunday: Mrs* Dowliug and* two  of her children-reraainedi there until  Wednesday, when they; returned, to  town per dog team,..  Never lose sight: of'tfle-fact that  I: keep on haud at both my Atlin  and Discovery, stores complete stocks  . of heavy and shelf harciwa-re and  tliat all orders, whether large or  small, are attended to.���J. T. Regan.  The Mansfield mare, of Dixon &  Schulz stable,, on. Tuesday gave  birth to a prafty filly colt. The  youngster walked before it. was 30  miiiutes old.. The- mother takes  three and the daughter numerous  "squares'"every (2hy..  Mr., Gigot arrived in town- from  Nelson on Wednesday to fill the  position made'vacant in the Canadian Bank of Commerce by the resignation of Mr. G-. Wallace,, whom we  ���understand has accepteda position  with the O. B. Perry company;  ��� The local, lumber company have  lately received aw ��odter from the  Perry Mining* company for a big  ftill of, lunibeo, which wilt be delivered on Tan Flats at the opening  ofi the' season7 The sawmill wifl.be'  put m taction-at an early date.  J. Ptesc��t)b,. wh��i on March 20th  had' the* misfortune to lose oue-of  lkis eyesvby a> pneniature explosion,  was on. Saturday under the auspices  of Camp Discovery, No. 19-, Arebie-  Srotherhood, sent to- Victoria to  Save his remaining, eye;treated by a  "Racialist., j  I Ciirliag JNewa.*  Good* Game  Betweea Crack Rftsfts  '(     Wojti hy Atlinr-Qlheiy (Jamesi.  ��h Saturday availing llietidiscovery's.crack rink,.wllichi on-the-previous .Thursday evening had defeat-'  ed- Atliti's   best  combination by a  score of 12 to 1.1,. came to  town to  play a return game and* the  match  proved.to.be the- keenest ranch best of  ihe seascuyand only ona. point* was  scored for each  of the twelve ends.  At no time during the   game; did  Either rink"Kaye 'a: load" wllioll could  be considered, as^ dangerous,.   The  tenth end found the game a tie at 5  to 5.    In the  oleyenthi  eml   Atliii  scored  one  point.    In   the- twelfth  and when (Silmore went up to. play  his   last   stans,  which was-tifa* last  in  the game, Discovery was- lying  shot, with Atlin a<close sacond-. .But  Discovery needed'two points to win  and  the  only shot open to Gilmore  was-to wick off Atlin's. stane which  was   lying   second shot.    This-he  tried, but,   not  having taken-sufficient "broom" (or else- too* much),  his   stane   drew   over  too  far and  wicked the. outside instead!  of the  iiisi'de- oft'tlia Atlin stane-,-. vwhich in  turn   raised  and  took  the place of  Discovery's-shot, the end thus "going  to Atliii by one point and the match  by two- tlie-scora being 7, to^   'As*  Atlin had lost the first game by one  point, audi won. tha_second.bv.two,.  they were declared' champions-.'"  After the match the members-ofi  the two-.rfuks and'a> number of their*  friends .adjourned to the dining;  roonii of the Kootenay hotel* an'd'est- !  jpyed av social hour with' rlefresh-  ments-and music.-. ' '  ,   The   rinks   audi scores  were  as;  follows::    .  :M. R". Jamiesou     C. R. Bbtirne*  G. P. H-ickmam     G. SuiclaiE'  Fetherstonhaugh  Jas. Stables-  C..<Silm3re   ��� 5- D. Ross.  .   ��� ���/,  pin eoMPi-TiTrc??'.    --  On. Friday night of last week the  ritiks of Jas. Stables and. Iv Rossellii  met iii thi* competition and the lat-  'ter was defeated' by a score-of 17  ;pointa to 7.  Our   Specialty . . *  fall and lUnucr  Delivered to any part of tlae district  Goods Fresh and: Clean. Prices Right.  ��UK, Mdirr.Q-���One price and fair, treatment to alll  1  i  1.  STABLES -ft LUMSDEN.  The   fron . Store*  northern Brewing &mm, DI  ATtlN, B. C  Brewers  of Lager" Beer and Porterm  SMALL. AND- LARGE ORDERS PROMPT?., Y F-I&TVED. - :.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  flMMjiBRflv^v  '^*>#*#*t��**A*s��***��>l���*��*>����^��^  *#*��***��* ���>**��*>-��  OPEN' BAY AND NIGHT.    -  THK  BLNING-RGOM  IS''CONDUCTED  ON-STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.. ���  THE ROYAL HOTEL  1 '���'������ 'B4XQN  A- SCHSJLZ,   (Poapnretors..  Sorneir Eeaxl and First Streets, Atllnv B. (L  %  ''��� ��� Read the A. T. Co.'s adwertise-  meut on page 3.    It's right. I  G'us. Brunich, who has spent the  winter on the coast, arrived- baek iii  eaaip this week-;  Why use inferior gasoline- when  you can get 76 and S6 .per cent, at  :R'egan's.    Atlin and Discovery.  i 1'ha tnusteasiof .St., Andfrew'Ts hospital gratefully acknowledge receipt  of the following donations.-. From  Major C, W. A., Navii'e-,, tike sum of  $12.50, being his half-yearly subscription1, 'Midi fnom Mas. NaviJe (his  mother), through the Majoc's- hands,.  Ithe sum of $25, donatedi li>y her at  !Maj.Gr. Neviie's request It is but  fair to Major Nevile to say that he  ,does not avail himself of his privilege  in taking a hospital ticket, preferring t�� pay tlie regular .'rates foe any  services rendered him while ill.  Pew of fltliM-Oniy $lm Per Pal  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAU'RANT   IN) CONNECTION!,.  . cmiccst w��es�� liquors and cigars���case goods a specialty.  yvv>A^^^^ll^^/>^s^MM>^vv^^vs^  When   Writing,   ilse>  T^t ftf* tfi^ tf& t��^* t&* iff* t��* (J^"  Grand Rally   ,  ' Of tlio IMON'���.l!'ITS of. Till*. A'CHBN CAMP  Will trtlKMiilaou iii tltn A. H. Hall, Discovert}-,  ou Sutiirday, April -!8(li, atii p.m., for the  liunpiwo ivf oi'Kaiik'.iii'f iwi 'AtE��i, Mertrfct  I?ioiiccir Association. ;  Executed Cheaply,  P&omptfy and Satisfactorily.  ... THE CLAIM OFFICE.  I  Buy   Fursi  I will1 be in Atliii about the*r*5tin'  s�� April  aliuli tvi'M. pay highest;   ,  prices for fur.     Call or leave!  word at RoyaL Hotel*.  &*   &0$dsMm*  AMD  Fuesh Egfs and Bute a Specialty  '' 1  (1  AT

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