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 //', ��m legislative 4oJSv  1'    "V  \  i 26 1907  ^eroRIAj B. G>^  '5?  H  Wv    -r-i-  *:&  A*.  / TA  ,*!&. .��&  VOL:-26.  ATLIN,   B.C.,   SATURDAY.   AlV.l'  NC.  423  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget-of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  iHPKClAli TO  Till'.  ril.AIM.l  Tangier, Aug. 16.���The European in iMorrocco urc in gtc.it danger. 'The feeling of tlie tribesmen is  intensely auli-christian and the position of the whiles is one of imminent danger. Several European  massacres are already reported from  the interior.  Chicago, Aug. 16.���At a meeting  of the executive of the telegraphers  it was decided -that every operator  in the United Slates should be ordered out. The Federation of Labor and the Railroad Telegraphers  strongly endorse the action. Reports from all over the country demand that there be no arbitration.  New York, Aug.  16.���The strik  ers   are   steadily   gaining ground.  The companies are very-badly hampered as they cannot possibly secure  .enough  strike-breakers   to- handle  even the local business.    Stocks are  -quieter and prices are going back to  the standard,  c- '  Boston,   Aug.  16.���The. printers  of this city have refused .to handle  any copy of the Western Union Telegraph aud the Postal Telegraph  Companies. This movement will  greatly strengthen the hand of the  striking operators.  Portland, Aug. 16.���The Railroad Operators here have been ordered to refuse to handle commercial messages.  San Francisco, Aug. 16,���Capt.  Schonwondt, of the German ship  Eva, who has just returned from the  Orient, predicts that a war between  Japan aud the United States will  occur within the next two' months.  Washington, D.C., Aug. 16.���  .Speaker Cannon announces that the  House is strongly in favor of the  warships being sent to tlie Pacific.  Congress will stimulate naval enlistments.  New York, Aug. 16.���Richard  Mansfield is rapidly failing. There  is no probability of his ever appearing on the stage again.  New York, Aug. 16.���The President's message has been stolen and  an advance copy used 011 Wall  street. Prices are being bocstcd on  ���the'strength' of the advance' tips'be-  iug given out that the administration lias readied the end of the  fight on trusts. The parties who  gave out the message are known.  President Roosevelt desires to make  an example of them when they are  arrested.  London, Aug., 16.���In the House  ol Commons yesterday Birrell had  to face a shower of questions concerning the Belfast strike. The  Irish members wanted the troops  withdrawn.    Birrell answered  that  ''the government was fully alive, to  the urgency of the matter, and were  doing all iu their power to secure a  settlement.''  .Ottawa,'Aug. 16.���The dales for  the' meetings arranged for R. L.  Borden, leader of the opposition in  Dominion politics, have nil' been  set.' He will"' speak at Victoria,  Vancouver, Kamloops, Nelson and  Grand  Forks.  Dr. Young  Returns.  Dr. H. E. Young, provincial secretary, minister ol education and  member for the Atlin district, came  in 011 Friday's boat. 'He"will probably remain two weeks or so before  returning to his official duties at  the capital. The Doctor is looking  exceedingly' well, and expresses  himself as- pleased to be back once  more amongst his old friends in the  district.  Farewell Dance.  Those' who attended the farewell  dance to Mrs; James Hasletl. held  in the Kooteuay. hall Wednesday,  evening last, had a thoroughly good  time. There seemed to be au infection of merriment and good nature in the atmosphere.' The hall  was comfortably arranged with a  cosy corner or two aud flags adorned the walls. The music, thanks  to Mrs. Costigan ard Mrs. Woods,  was most excellent, the two ladies  were generous in their .responses to  encores; the floor could not have  been better, in fact, everything contributed to make the evening a most  enjoyable one.  Refreshments were laid in the  dining rooms, and at midnight recess was called and the good things  discussed. The tables looked very  dainty and enticing. Dancing was  presently resumed. Mr. Lipscomhe  favored the gathering with a couple  of good songs.  Al the break-up the entire company joined in "For She's a Jolly-  Good Fellow;" Mrs. Haslett spoke  her thanks very prettily, and the  evening came to a close.  The committee are very much indebted to Mr. Rosselli, who so' very  kindly placed the hall at their disposal, and very materially helped  with his practical suggestions and  labor.  Mrs.'.Haslett and'family leave on  Tuesday for Skagway, where they  will take up their residence.  January 27  27  27  :  27  In   Discovery,   last   winter,    Mr.  Paxton ��� iveiit out to ascertain what  the thermometor registered. The  above was the result. The morn-  of January 27 at 27 minutes 2 7 it  was 27 below zero.  Local and G:^ae.v:ii JMews.  The Latest Magazines��� at C. R.  Bourne's.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Fresh Fruit air.' Vegetables coming in on fivsry bo.ii.--K. '!>. PiUman.-  Toilct. Soaps ai reduced prices.���  C. R. _Ronnie."  , II. G. Beddesou, representing  Kelly, Douglas ��- Co., of Vancouver, came in Friday'.  U. S. G. Clinch', representing  H.eiuz's '57 varieties,' is'spending  a few days in camp, pushing his  goods.  Dan Claeher, Bert McKee and  John Highland iel'i on Tuesday's  boat, on their way to Fairbanks.  Owing to ihe strike on in the  United Stales telegraphic messages  to any point in the Republic will  be accepted only on the understanding that they' be mailed at Ashcroh.  Two school teachers for the Ailin  district are due to arrive next week.  Miss G. Pineo is to take charge of  the Atliu school and Miss Sterling  goes to Discovery.  Toe Palmer, junior, had the misfortune, last Friday, to slip and fall  on the grizzly bars, iu the ditch at  the upper sU-am "ditcher un Pi'je  creek'. A few days iu dry dock and  he will be right as a trivet.    '  The  Rev.  John  Pringle came in  10 Atiin last Tuesday for a visit to  his old friends and a rest,- having  been 'under the weathei' lately. lie  left on Friday's boot.  Chief Constable O. F. Conley returned 011 Friday's boat from a trip  to Westminster, where he placed  Kenry'Ganieaii. He had not Ihe  slightest trouble with his charge.  Messrs T. if. Daulton. E. A.  Chadwici:, G. \Y. Rudd and Pete  Crow constitute a prospecting party  which arrived in Aliin tlie first oi  the week. They repic-'.^ut lh;_-  Anglo- American \ I ini ug Coin pany,  which, has bonded some quartz proper! ies near Co::iad.  Piivate h-.iXi'nation from noper  Birch, Wiigii!, Oiler and Spiuce  iiidic.lo that a large m-iioii-y oi" ihe  mi:"..':s 0. iii h-.ve a gc��.u! sw.o;:.  Wilson creek is !;Lil! the centre ol  aUriiolk'ii, and, X l.'ic pre ivnt show  ing kee,,:-j '.-.p. it '-ids iXir lo rival  some of .the is-jIi c ret.'Us ol the  Yukon.  A hunting party consisting of  George Sinclair   Fr;\nk iMoblcy, T.  D. Harris,.��� i\l. R. jnmk:son, E. M.  N. Woods and HX Young left 01.1  Ihe Scotia Friday alVotuoon for the.  north end of Atlin kike. No .doubt  there will hen roc ok! slaughter of  game, as the hunters had a plentiful supply1 of rv.uaur.mion���both  barrelled and bottled.  The Bishop of Gal-vay says that  there would be less lunacy in.Ireland il the  children  were fed more  011 potatoes and oatmeal and less  on tea.  The International Telegraphers  Union have placed a reserve fund  of $1,000,000 to the credit of the  striking telegraph*operators.  The Gokiie apartment house, on  Fifteenth street, Seattle, was burned  down recently, the "loss amounting  lo $40,000. The fire was of incendiary origin.  The newspapers of Victoria are  demanding that the mayor and aldermen should resign, and hold them  responsible for the recent devastation of a portion of the city by fire.   ���  The While Pass & Yukon rail--  road has ordered one of the largest  narrow gnage -engines ever built,  and the same will be used between  'Skagway and the Summit, as a  helper. The engine and tender will  weigh 106 tons:  A few days ago the  entire Chin-'  ese crew of the German steamship ,  Talesman, lying at dock in  Seattle,    c'  attempted   to  desert the vessel in a  body.      The   officers,   armed with  rifles, drove "them   back and forced  tliem to go to work;  Frank Rockfeller, who lives in  Cleveland, declares that he is writing a book which, he says, will force  John D. Rockfeller to leave the  United States. He says that his  father is alive, aud"that he intends  to tell everything in the book which,  will throw light upon the manner in  which the Rockfeller millions were  a massed.  The notorious Bill Miner,   Al.beft'" .*.\  F. McCluskey, J. \V. Clark arkl W.��  J. Woods,    the  four convicts   who  escaped from the Westminsiler peni-   --  leutiary on  August Slh, arc\st|ft\at  large though they are being O^cks^,-,  with bloodhounds.  Deputy Warden  Bourke  thinks  they  were assisted  from the outside.  Fifty thousand working men iu  Chicago greeted W. D. Haywood  upon his arrival in that city.  Women fell upon his arms and wept  and kissed him. Haywood addressed the crowds and thanked them  for their sympathy, which he de-  claied had save.d him from bemo-  sent to the gallows. He said that  -.he tiial he had received had been  unfair, and that the mine owners  intended lo have him legally murdered. He seveicly criticized Roosevelt's . letter, in . whicli he and the  other defendants weie classed as undesirable citizens. '  A New Comer.  At St. Andrew's hospital, during  tlie wee hours of Thursday morning, a little stranger made his debut  into this great, big, strange world.  Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Plum be are  the proud parents of a healthy eight  pound specimen, of the masculine  gender. Mother and infant are both  doing nicely. Little Martin, who  has been doing wheelbarrow stunts  for some time back, will be in great  shape for the perambulator.  'a.1r\|  C-.rwj  >..���; i 1  IN- A '*-/"r T'-Cr  'UkDAY.   .AUGUST   17,    1907.  la >mfnMir��-ifi |-  rn  The Atlin Claim.  Til?.: ATJ.lh' CLAIM i,-. pudli-.wco cvr.ivt cuturl-'.v  f."onmric mailcd rncr To f,NY ranr frilin  would ru-i r.o ce.nti; pen wont;,; c��j.<.o ."Ct  vc.wt. rtnvcn-niiliNG hatc-.; ci.ou I" ': ' --',... -,'J  ..>t.ji-nTioN ;-nr M.iriG M.Ticr-?, IU i::'��� I j A ur.r-.  firJUCIAl.   IIATCS     OH     APPLICATION.  JO 11 PRINTIPKi :  ^iLi.-hi cad*>. POGTirnc, visitiik;  '.riipr,,  L-TTCn-HC\nG, PHOGRAMMrr;.        ETC.,   PTC.  OftDCIlS   PROAIPTLY   CXCCUT^O.  PRICED    MODflnATC.  'I'm-; Ati.in Claim P<;iiij1hiuno (3o.. l/"i).  Cjiahi.ks I.. tll.'M.IM,     -     liniroi: iia-s/.(inn.  01  -^evjii,   volume   sk-\  L-ases Bills  6��!l.e. ^ 011 will find  Mr. Fraser as  iiriticiiJ.'l lov ;.ir.  V.'  gives a pow-  We would like to make if plain,  3'et at the same lime assure our  friends and readers we have no wish  to hurt their feelings.  Do not, please, ask us who wrote  this or that article,  or who was the'  writes of a certain  letter.      If there  is   one  thing  that is- harder to gel-  cut of a newspaper man   than money, it is  the  name  of a contributor  of a letter.     So many   people ask,  some thoughtlessly  and  some with  impertinent  curiosity,   for  this  information   we   thought il might be  just as well to set the matter right  by this explanation and appeal.  er of ailon-ey lo J. _Frank Ware, re-  cordci 71J1 March, 2903. Again,  louk up lease number ,yj?, on Graham crc-'k, you will find Mr. Muir  executes the same per Mr. J. Frank  Ware/  Now, in the face of these documents, how can it be said thai my  slaleuieni. is absolutely false? The  documents speak for themselves and  the truth is apparent.  .CAHJRMORE.  Atliu, Aubust i'_', 19.07.  U'rS^-R^^^S^^Pi^P.i^^.J^  ������>:.'���>.;'���  &  I  !  I  ft  1  n.  Cc  WHEELING  ���  P"6 ItfVfrc^Lfe'kSi!*'  Card of Thanks.  To the Editor:  Sir.���I have been in  the hospital  , for the last two months and i' feel it  my duty, and a pleasure also, to express  my   thanks and gratitude to  the   two   nurses   in  charge,  and lo  Mrs. Walters,  for their kindness to  me.     The management of the institution   and   the   way iu which   the  service   is   rendered  is  certainly a  credit   to  the board of trustees   and  the   three   ladies,     ft is only   when  one   has   to go there that the worth  of tlie hospital can be truly appreciated; and the  miners and others in  the district  are fortunate indeed to  luivc- such a place of refuge and rest  to go to iu case of  sickness or accident.    The treatment received there  reminds one of the  kind and loving  ministrations of a mother.  Boys, when a call is made on you  for help for the hospital dig deep  down into your 'pokes'' and give  freely for surely il is a good cause.  TOM WHITE.  Ailin, August 6th, lyo;.  Graham Creek Holders.  To the Editor:  Sir.���-I am forced to ask you to  publish a short reply to your comments on my letter of last week,  with regard to Graham creek..  You say that my statement that  Mr. Muir is represented by the Gold  Commissioner is absolutely laise.  I therefore ask you to refer to the  recorder's office as follows: Placer  Hills of .Sale, folio one, volume nineteen; recorded August 1901; Wm.  Muir   to  J. A. Fraser, power of at-  Ju answer to Cahkmore's letter in this issue, we say: It was  not our statement that the assertion  made by him in his first letter was  "absolutely-false." It was a statement made by the Gold Commissioner and we quoted him.  Following the suggestions in the  second letter we referred to the different volumes mentioned by Cahir-  more. Anyone may do.the same  by applying at the Recorder's office,  there is no secrecy about the affair,  the public may know for the asking. The' documents exist, as the  letter writer says, but, they do not  prove what lie is trying to show in  his letter. This is only our humble  opinion based against that of a  mighty intellect. Futher-more, we  again quote the Gold Commissioner  when we say very emphatically;  "CY.blrmore's statement that Mr.  Muir is represented by the Gold  Commissioner is absolutely false."  If Cahirmore, or any other person, has any grievance against the  Goid Commissioner, aud thinks he  has the evidence to prove it, let  him write to the Minister of Mines  his statement of case. Let him get  his facts marshalled and present  them at the fountain head. If there  is any virtue in his case it will receive consideration and the wrongs  be lighted.  If there are any other communications from the same source they  must he over the bona-fide signature of the writer. Wc do not propose to be a fence behind whicli  anyone may hide and throw doubts  and aspersions on another's character and standing. Get out into  the open aud declare yourself, and  don't seek our protection. ft is  not for us to substantiate your  charges. If they are true and your  honesty of purpose apparent, then  you will receive the support of all  f/ood people. If otherwise and your  honesty of purpose doubtful you  will soon know Ihe result.���Ed,]  <V  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables  o  will arrive  by   every   boat.  l>  I  V  f3  *  * The frisw Store,  '&4W&&e&eto&4**qx&**^^  POOL   ROOM  GOOD   STAOLING  THE GOLD   HOUSE  DISCOVERY. 13.- O.  THE"  DINING   ROOM   IS   UNDER   THE   SUPERVISION   OF  MRS. ROXBOROUGH.      GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION  ONLY THE BEST QUALITY OF   GOODS USED AT THE BAR  BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL.  .JOHHROXBOROUGH, PROPRIETOR  VM  % S ft* * fcl /ft    ��T fi $--* C��- > -?' 3$ i-1 ? '  '64  Konkau Wawrkcka, Managicr.  ?#�� .Bfg@r .ssbzsb^ F&rterm  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  SHB&&&&P  ��ww!>��&s&&&&&��&n^#^^  sS^-.tf: &&:��\0:1k. . V-.S-z&.W:  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  The Bar is supplied   with   none   but   the   best brands of Liquors  First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  and Cigars.  A German paper states that au  .irti:-t painted cobwebs 011 his ceiling ho truthfully that the servant  girl wore herself into a state of ner  vous   prostr.iiiou   trying  to sweep  Zorney.    Again, look up folio sevcu-j tai-ui  down.    Peach of a girl!  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  1L1M.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CON W ECTlOiM.  ciioicesr -wines, liquous and cioahs casi: emmu a ��-'m:uuy.  Corner Pearl and First Streets,  : Atlin, 8. C.  'i,i'*j  .^^^-^4^^^^^4r;��:4^<4^^tf^��^��^tf'-<a <ra4ttV4re<CTrf��vr^vs;tittvr^v;3;fta;a j.Vi;OC:-"i'",  ���'The Knocker" is tlie uff-.Nniug  of.Failure and Envy. He is au only child, aud like, most only children, generally spoiled, Ilenoicr  reaches real maj'.irity. Success in  others hints him !ike-a tight sho*.-.  ��� When he grows up he goes into  the laundry business, and wherever he goes he carries with him a  lot of soiled linen and a clothes line.  Having no property of his own, aud  being too poor to rent, he becomes a  "poacher," makes his headquarters  in the offices of other people, aud  particularly in hotels where a 'live;  one is due at any lime. There- he  sets up his tub aud stretches his  line and remains, until you interrupt him with the polite invitation  to come again when you are net so  busy, or \vhc-ii_ he has a little more  .cash.   ,  "The Knocker" always gets business for the firm that doesn't pay  his salary. As soon as his own  firm finds that out he is retired  without notice or pay. Nobody  wants his company. His employment is a dangerous business experiment. His words are without  fruit. No one-places confidence in  even the good' things he says, for  they are attributed to sinister motives. ��  He is a business vandal, continually tearing down without replacing  anything bettor, an unwholesome  creature with a bad heart and with  eyes set so close together -that: he  can peep through a key-hole with  both of them at once. He cannot  look you in the face for love or  money.  In the quadruped kingdom he  would be either a hyena or a skunk  or a cross-bred. Among tlie birds  of the air lie would be a cuckoo iu  disposition, with a crow's complexion, while as a reptile he would be  a viper. He "does" everybody,  relatives included. Relatives are  usually his first victims because  they are decent enough to place  some confidence iu him. He is the  one man that can perform that wonderful contortionist feat of getting  beneath himself. He is as danger  ous to a community as a leper let  loose.  When you meet a "knocker" do  not patronize him. .Do not listen to  him. Soak him a good one on the  place where his brains out to be,  . and kick him where they really are  located.  risjil lo c::;-ress a last wish and  a-kc-d him ,if he had anything lo  say, the man Mood up and, lacing  the prosecuting attorney, said in, a  clear voice:  "Your, honor. I should just like  one nunc chance to be allowed the  privilege of shaving the prosecuting  attorucv."  J'.vC'Ovv-i-'  The Atlin Market- (jo., JLtd.  ii.,il'-4-.-'.i-\iL->-  rt,j Tr A Tcs  in -{    iir, -1 .-ii -> nftrrr ..������"  ALL   KINDS,   Dressed to .Order.  ase^ew3S=."iiK.-3c��t .KMrwA-asM  A Grave Message.  Mr. .Lively walking past .the  cemetery last night, after spending  a convival evening iu Discovery,  was suddenly hailed by the voice of  an old friend, who 'slipped his  cable' a few years ago. He immediately faced round, and there, standing iu front of the graves, he saw  old "Bill"���looking as natural as  ever. .  "Come over here I want to speak  to you,." said Bill, in deep sepulchral tones.  Mr. Lively boldly advanced towards his old friend, but when  within ten feet he was told to stand.  ��� Then Bill continued; ' I have  come out of my grave to tell you  fellows iu Atlin thai if you don't  hurry up with the Cemetery Fund  and gel us safely fenced-in,.and the  jumpers fenced out, me and my  mates will haunt every soul in the  district.     Now be off with you. '  The order was quickly obeyed;  and,, we may add, another subscription has been received towards  appeasing the wrath of poor old Bill  aud his mates.   ���-����>��-   An Easy Matter.  The man .was playing euchre with  the very l.-itest belle of the season,  his three month's bride way trying  to busy her mind' as well as her  fingcts with a piece of embroidery.  . Suddenly the husband turned  toward his wile with a patronizing  air.  "Pardon me," he exclaimed, "I  had not noticed' that I was between  you aud the light."  "Oh, pray don't move," the little  woman replied, "I can see through  you perfectly well."  - _ CHRIS.- I >0:!DI,KET^   A LAN AG-Ell   " -  .  TEE WHITE PASS&YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Lit:o''fr-ova   Skaguay   to  Atlin,   White  Horse,   Big-  Salmon,  ' '       Dawson and ail intermediate points..    ,  Finely  appoinU-X ii'idr;:-- ei?i;Iy. a;:ccj2t Sunday,  between  Slcagucy, Csriboie  and  WhitPhorso.' Cas-ry Passengers, Baggscje, Mail and Express.  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS :  Ko. 1.���Kortli Homifl. ! No.:!.���South Homiil.  0 :;���-. a.jii. f.v.      SIC.AItUAY     Ar.  .1.30p.m. ,  ���'lilt" 1:1. 1-.V.       CAKIUOU'     Lv.11.Mh.iii.  4.'j) p.m. A I'.'Wli ITU llOKolJ Lv. ��.'.'.<> i\.m.  Ti"-.'"E   SCHEDULE    LAKE   STEAM BOATS I  I oiivp C.\ ill iiO'J r, -,.. m. Mondays, Arrive ATI.IN !l n. m. Tupxilnys.  " ������ ", i, in   '!lni;'Mlny>, " Il u. in. 1'i-itliiys.  l.o:ivo A'i I.1N 5 o. ��,: Ti'ow.-inys.   " Arrive OAK II10U 7 u. in. WccliiCMlnys.  D j.. m. J'ririiiiM, " 7 u. in. Siitnrtluys.  ITiO |)uni:ii--- oi' Im.'rifiisc will l>u flliceltrd H-co wilh each lull Tai-u tiuUct and 7."i poui:d  with onch liuir laff: ilcl-.et.  P;issci:r.oi'=; :ni!��t he. at elppm.- in lime to have Husrpiipe inspected ami olicultoil.  ' Time Suhoiluli.-s iu-o aulijorl to oliansu w,itli<nit not ico.  l<;��7"    Enggcso   Bondsrf   Through.  l-\'iv  ii-r./i-nr.iion   i-oini.iv.j  lo  rassc-nser.   I'Vpichi,   Ksj'i-uss ami   Toliwapli   Hiuoi  iiliply to any ii'j'out of ti.t> l.'-iiiipan.v or to  A. I: KKKTH>V,  (;vn.  Jlf,'r..  Va-.ico'!V(.M-. ['. L'., ;'.:'ii  Slciiiriir.y, Alas-liU.  J. LIFSCOMBE,  Ae:snt. Atlin.  ,1. It. KOtll'UiS, Ti'iiltic ilnuuffftCv  Tant-oiivcr, U. C, anil  .SUaynny. Alaslfa.  P*> ^ tf\\  Ip a mining town a barber was  convicted of murdering his wife.  Although the evidence war. purely  "circumstantial' the jury rendered a  verdict of guilty, as the result of the  eloquence and persuasion of the  prosecuting attorney. When the  judge  told   the  prisoner  he  had a  The undersigned having been restored, to health by simple means,  after suffering for several years wilh  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 (free of charge) -a  cony of the prescription used, which  they will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  M AT.A in!��� s. He hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the prescription, which will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will  please address  Rev. Edward A. Wilson,  Brooklyn,  N.Y.  IKON   PIPING,   STEED   AND   BAR  IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GED1GNITE,  (.5 A SOT/INK.  STEEL S-IfFNGI/KS axu CORRUGATED IRON.  T  Stores in A tun ai-t.o DisaivKXY.  m  >-f- ����� ���<������& ��� ?~$-v- ���- -o-*>--���:���C'-^-C' ->-<��� -���$-���*-$ i  w  BEOWN & CO.  Successors lo .;. H. Riciiai'dson.  LATfiST fiTYLKS IN GENT'S FURNISH TNGS  DRY GOODf),  CARPETS,  I-IOUSIC FURNISHINGS,  COT.D SEAL T-T1P GUM  BOOTS AND SHOES,  FULT, iXiNE OF MINERS GLOVES AND MITTS.  StOXUXS'AT AM.TAN AND  DISCOVERY.  vr^\  n  4r  ]Q3 Pr-iNTJMG AND COMMERCIAL WORK.  GATiD'St POSTERS AND HAND BILLS & ,*  Executed Ciwar-ly,   Promptly and Satisfactorily. 1  ^  THE-CLAIM OFFICE ���A  MipC&y W? ^SATURDAY,;7 AUGUST^ 17, Xipof.  y Tiic- Cemetery Fwacly X,  y Additional subscriptions; to The  Cemetery IXihd:: John:;Do^lS^.QOy  Robt^Macl-:ay;'Ivi2.0o.:. . y;'yX:-.,:'������  ;;'.'';'' "ArnvaEpsrStr. Scotia."-. X  .-.. A-.ii'gi',' 13. ��� iBe'iijamiu' C? WaVuicl;,  5'$Irs;yWarmck^  J. Priiigley-Hy Wolffy'A-.: Scott..' y :;  X\XAn&yi6^l')xXj&  ;:Walker, A.- B: Taylor;ya.P/Con-  ley,"X/H. rG-;..Ee'ddisOn,;U..; S.'Gy  . CuudyXJ. E:;:Fox,: :C.;Bcwde.u;; :,y  :x;'y :-.-y:X^he:^Gold:.:LawgvX:y y- r  ^;:-b2;p;-''-,-:^'y-.^^;':;;..v|X%\&^  JM'itiOVJiRV, ,D. C  ''������-i.'iii's-.r.p.L.v.^n.jJi.^T^G.RO'C'.';.'  .������(:OOiV.'OLT,.'iN -XiOXift? ������'  ;.. U8K1.); :VT:'.Cki;.;HAK.;!r   ;": ���  v?.  i,  e  :��� rv     c- ^  v ,"v : : ���  ... Fvc'pr.i-eior.  Pi'O'J'.'iO'i'31'S.  . ���; ?.��� .i> -������'���: *\ <''.���..,<���',: .J\'-::":    1!.h'.<1 "i'fi\i'/',t'.i ���..'.,    .'���-  XM?|5 .&S&M'3'|^#  !:;',  y. ~4-V��&w.���v>:.*;'y dhJ yy y  ,.y  x~���;':-i-���:'���'���-������ ���yDiscbvcry.-" y--;y Xy-x  OPI^n'd  ^xfx'^E^%:C"^^  ;���;   U.!M]^i::\linlirt;ly:Nf'wyiuiiH;iC-;)ii:!:^;y  ,T/tiyu<I<i:iurtora  fqji'.WU-.fi.'ii si'-i'ivs.  ���xM#[0:L0D6I:  ���-:���.'$���-  r :'.V   .  f-\ ���&-.k.'M,  ���SECIJETAHY.  y.yyy tx.f  f-'  barberXshop.  !'o.;:;i).Alo   ....  '���������������'V .1'k'HD .��II1ET.1J.S,JI'l-tOtf.  ft  -; y b ATHS:- FIFTY VCENTS  Private Entrance for..Ladies,    y; ���;..::���/  y ;��� :Sir;-���-W.ill;.-y'6"iV kindly .permit.nie  ������ioi.briefly -reply tpX'ybiir';cr.iticis'iu;of  "������'my'./.letter.'.bf;Augusts5U1.XX^yX".' X:X  ���Youbegiu-by ..'sayingr'I;h'tul''qu.es-,  Xionsand charges  at aiXabseut one;;      ,. ��� ,iyr,:-,,,. ...........    .....,-.  .^Now.Xthat js^preasely;; w^^  :TioT>:do.;-^I''Tiu^  .���������:*,-. ������������:-,.        , ,.���-:...;.��� ������'���������   '".-''    -',: -'���'-'������ :.���::-':].- ���>-.:-'    ,:XV r.-:   ... ��� :.tio:iS  held  oU;..lnt!/iirst,  ���youyaud Tanvsti.ll- w^  ;:ausweryv I distinctly saidthatw  'our   member-1 came  in.he1 would be \   TKouc.KtArvufcivc'O'ynniisici^ioo win.be  -.���-������-, :.:.:,.:.       _ ���,.  Ihtthlou'riiiii-sday, S:H)i-cmbev;icli,ac7.oO|).ni.  '{asked'���'". these.'questionsXod,; therebyJX^^^j^^j.^f t'��.^'\^.''ii;v..X::OX'.X-X -"X:.:XX^XA.--.i  Xgiyiugvhim fairwaniing and.time to J y y.   y :.;{:. 0. re., iious  {{marshal  his- facts. {}'Tcohsider., the i:~^^:r~i^^^===i  'endXof^tlie^session.the.'propeivtimeto j {A{  .:ask{questions and not wait until the  {.eve -of" an ��� flection {aud then/-'hiirl*.  ,': airmiaiiner: of{ accusatious,- at {his  y:liead.:{-;y ''{;yy._���; {{ -Xyyy;-'.-  y::" The "only charge that;I{made;\vas-  ihat  the  forwarding  of the rcsolu-  iions   of   miners   meeting   was the  "last of them/'    I probably should  have  added   "as   far as we know.'1  The only other hint of a charge was  in saying we did not want a government voting automaton, (you omitted the word 'voting,' but I am sure  you will find it in my letter.)  My   authority   for   tlie  so-called  charges is the voles aud proceedings  of the legislative assembly,��\vliich I  have  carefully  perused.,  I   do   not  plead   guilty  either to  ihe misconception  of the   meaning  of the   word   'tinker.'"      As   to the  American use of it���-"that's anolher  story."  And now I have great pleasure in  endorsing  every  si-.'sleuc:  iu   your  editorial  re  the   "Japs."'    A ;v.o'-e  ��� 1  Jjyiiois:.::; of  Canadian  Hnsiostpad   Keisuinlfons.  A NV t'viii!;:l<lu iloisiiiiifm I.rihIs williin  /-\ ..],. K.iil-.v.-iy Belr in lir-'.i-ih Columbia,  may bn IiiiinBhfe.ulcil by any person "who is  the'soic liciui of a far.iily, or any innlo over IS  years of ai;c, to the extent of nno-ciunrter  section of 160 acrr.'S movo oi- loss:  Entry musl be nuicle personally at the lounl  land oi'ioe for the ilialriot in whicli the Jam!  is situate.  Tho lior.iObteaOcr i>- I'cuuircd to nerforiu  Ihe fioiic'.ilioiia connected therewith under  ono v>f tlio t'ollowiat;- plans:   .  (I) Al lausl si:c months' residence ti|iotiani\  cultivation'of tho land in each year for three  y.-'ars..  VI) If tlio father Cor mother, if the father is  ilbVsnsod) ol thp ho"icstoader resides upon is  f.>!-;n in tlie vicinity of the land entered for.  Hie ivc.uh-onienK as to residence may bo  :-.:.ti:;J.;.:d by such person residing Willi tlio  l.i*-,.i.-,v or mollisr.  (HJ ll' the -.ott'.'Jr has his permanent resi-  'i.-.uce ��;;on larinhi;; laud owned by him in  tho vicinity of his homestead, tho reuuire-  iuciiv.-; a:: lo r..'.jidence may bo satisiiod by  j'C-..i.':<-nc.; upoii tl'.u ��.:<'. Icinl.  Si-- iuonths'noiiii- i.i wvitiuir should be  .���-i'.-.:: to tticCoi:iiv.i-,.-.:<Mieroli!oi-.iiiiionl'jaiids  -.-, .'li '.;��� .-i- of intoDiJo;! to appl;. for patent.  serious question Hi.-..: the Gold I.-.��.-- j "������;...���.'.:.��..-'., .Mj-b'.-i.::.vi.Bscaui m^^c  1 % L'.-r   oK coalii:1.-i.-::.-l.,-."i-.uthn-.<i'.io. ;\oLmore  and a more  diiVicnh  one   to solve. | ::���;���.:, "ii; n��'i ��;.-i !������: annurmi iiy.-i.e i��<ii-  '.-.....1 or i.Jir.p -.'���:-.   ���'��������.'.!��� y ut I!iu rate of  i cot:-., l-'.-r ...n '.; :'���'"'" l.J'i.i'la siiu;l be colli Jl.i.flvi  -. i.-.ii..'..:.  v;. w.v.'.y.vi,  Jlt'puty ol tiio jMiiivti.-:- iii':i-.i- ��-:tri'ior,  ^.i;.-Uii:iHtii.^iz^il,l"-bHc;'t:Mii of \';h, ml-'  Vf'i-n-i'.ii..'-.iV v.'ii: ii'Jf i.-o pai'l '">��������� iy-i-Uni  GSnaSliiS? ^aciSc:vRaiiway:C  '   ' J ���     '   ' ' . J..IIIIMIJ. IIMIIIM     III II !��� HIM I   WMIIBI     imf!-""-r"***"*   IHf3ff��<  X X^ Alaska ] ROUTE   SAI LI NC3SX   -'���'.��� ���'���-���;X,"'-'"/  ���'������;���' ���'>���:������������<'��� -..{'     "'������{���"SniilnK-.rrom Skagway 8p.m. {;;  X yDirect- to Vancouver and Victoria.   .���    j,.yy;y  ���yTrniiH]i'orUnij';by'.ru)l-oi'-:stoninpr'.to"  i\Yo.Kiyp iiulclc service.���    No I nterniediiitocans..  v  '',:'. "..yy .'���.:;���. { For rates.pr 1iiforiiiatibii{a|)|ily to  Aijont.Slcakway.  (^���-���-���^-v �� ���� ��-  h*"* '��.��� ���-��-  t ^-vV��-*-��.-*-��-*-��-��-*- <  ili.i./i:;.-r!J'J:jU  The li'oubie l< that ail our i!r;:;o.;::i  iatives shift  the blame  fellow, instead of combining to face  the peril.  Gi.D TIMER.  Discovery,-An;.',, r-j, 1907.        TVfOT'^r'F  We   did   not   .cec the i'e-uiu-'.iou:.;    Ihe  miners  ',c;,t  to our :r:i>-.-:::-.-.v.:ta-   To T!;-.; Hon.   tho   Chief Ci.-..'.iit\is-  ,-���,', ,���   . X,-   f     !,ioi:;.-r cf'Lur.d.-J ar.d V.'or::':-'.: i'  live, though we kne-w 0! Uiem.    w '������ j  reaiize that our member's return to f (;,,,_,.vIlJi. ,ovv:i::ilX parp.v-;..-; a piece  his constituency was delayed oil tie  \.0-  r-rv-it:;:!   l^giiir.i'.ig at  ti.e N. E.  count of a ntulliplicity of duties-i:dU'''-K    <X   "-    y-'*>'Iil--"!. ^'���]''ihe  j..l:c-ice   m   a  :ior:.Lr-^-rly   caw.m ,.1   a  10 (10   hlS .K'St, |,}ihUu;C0 \;f   f..liruit    Crc,   1��-��.:!   to. the  and, on   his  return   give good and j i.-.iiuui.-iry ;ii<st  oi   ^������ -l-tX '.Xi.imbia  mi.   t'ne   Vukf.'U   ':'���:;-;ito: y   ;.|p,::ce  lb'.'1-..a: ij.ulV:'.'- iv  e Vvyito1.-. u.'.-.'ii-  >: >;;"{":.^ePiacing:-::fi t He:  V,y.;}::j;<^yytll^  ;;y{;25x::r:ffiSS^  1  This cannot be success-    . .  fully accomplished without the generous-support of  the  business  people.and  1  the residents.'  SEND UvS TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  $-��-��-��*-��������� �� ��� ��� ��������-��� MtM ��  ���we   had faith in him to dc  and, on   hi.-;  return  'sufficient e.splauatioiis of his action;-. ,    .  That is the reason,  Old Timer,  we j::bo-.:i (���>., u.->; 1,  did not attempt lo answer your questions.  Thanks  for  your   expression   of  si!-.: Lkeuc'.: ea'-i   ::".;'ug .'attl U.'  line lo the {:l:.'...: ui .ve^iiiiniig.  EI.I J.  si te  Wj-uto", ii.C, J.ily 2-6lh, I..K.7.  H33[S.W�� Oo��g��itV.��ltt  Isefiil m& ��naieiifai i'O0d$  f* iimuvi'Maiynid  J18  W  ���Why-ans�� out wiikn vou can okt ooons as oiikap hishe.j  Atlin, Nusget and   Grape   Rings and al). kinds of Jewelry nmnii  fact 11 red on tho premises.  l.fino  New  Stoel:   or   Watches,   Clocks,   Jewelry   and   Diamondo  Watches from $5.00 up. Agents for Colmnbia GviimoplioneB.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons,  EGGERT k SON, atj.��� and discpvkrv,  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwdrs.  ���il  --���-���>  :-{V  - ^  I-.-,  fa  'VI  ������ii  ���^1  m  ft  'i'll  i  v.(l  1^^^1^^K^^M^I#I^III^^^^^^^#^^^S^^

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