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JVlv: P., '���.���.to', ad d relisy 111 a t - org a by  ��� ���;������ yy'. .izalioii';-on DabbiXDa \-v;;y. :,-'.;y ���  :yX;yx7*fcasa^  :;;:;;; Arabs ;luive;ypgaiu.:;attacked.y; the  X:yX-French; forcesdiuty were routed :vvith  yyy-yk ���heavy:;!bssv;X; TheyEuropeanXresf  :xyy;<lients iii ^all.ttlieyitowusXitreseeking":  y:yyxsaMy:iiv^.uight.y::y;' yx:;y,;:      Xy-'X  ;;:;;;;. ::.:Sa 11;Francisco,;''������ Aug.yi3y���May.or.  ���X'XX?yT3ylbr,:;'::i^  ��� ;i: .'luuiiicipapdepartmen  yyyy;several::arembers;;:irbm; the office:of  yy ;:;;^theyypoiicey"cQmmis'sibn  yyyyy!nieht:y:yThe:l.atter:.shy.th;eyywih  yy y:recpgnize:the,power of ;th'e':courts,.yy;  Xyy'^XI^aiicpuyeriij'Ati^  yy-XWuiyTeLnpleuian arrived:Iiereyfrpm  ^Xi^tiawKi^  :;y y.y:L^i,rier.'';isyiii:y.c,piumuuica  .'; 't'he"Japanese'g6yeriimeiit':.aiid.;is''cpn'-:  yXXiident;that the ;ihnux;oi'the coolies  f will be; stop peck':;-;:Xy .   XV'.'      x'X  ''XXX: Edmonton,;y Aug.;-  '23. ���-Twelve  ���XX,; directors of-the.Retail Lumbermen's  ���y;   Association,have been charged with'  conspiracy' in restraint of .the trade.  .'. y The  informations   were; sworn put  ..-/before   Inspector -Worsley    of; the  .'y   Mounted Police barracks.',        ';.-'���"���'.-  - ���:'���'    X Glasgow,  Aug.; -23.-- The 'japan:  ese government   have   placed an or-  .,,.,������   def here for. an   18,000, ,ton'.'.".battler  '������'y ';��� ship.--' .'.;':.  y ,y;:y;Viclpiia,^Aug.y 23;---.FiveyiHirses  ���X: bf   the' jubilee "hospital  here; were  "'discharged for : being :out at night  after: ho,urs'.''.' " yThey entered"the  building by climbing a ladder to  the secouid storey window."  .".Vancouver,' Aug". 23. ���W. E. El-  mas, fell   fromy the. window, of,'the  : Bodega   hotel   last- night   aiid   was  .   .killed.'    :  Louviers, France, Aug. -3.-���  Joseph Fritz,- an American; while  driving an automobile, killed a man  : on the road." The machine swerved  and was wrecked and -Fritz was  pitched out en' bis head fracturing  his skull.  Ashfork, Ariz., Aug. 23.���A  , . x fierce attack was made on the Posl-  al,Telegraph, ofliee here, about 2.30  yesterday morning. Several shots  were (ired into the office but fortunately no one was injured.  Elko, Nov., J. K. L'p'^n, employed on the"'Southern Pacific'railway, rushed in front of a moving  train and shoved three women off  the track. His prompt and heroic  aclioti saved tlieir lives, but he lost  his own.  Montreal, Aug. 23.���The C. P.  R.   telegraphers   have    withdrawn  tlieirdeniiiud thatytheyeliiefs^lidnld  not:';operate;;:-wires; to ytlie United  States; points.XX;Tlie; Toronto ju'eu  vpiecl .downyayi'n'oppsal^ostrikey;. ,;.:'  X "Ottawa,;;. SA ug-y^y^Thc/yParlia-  iiieiit builtliiigy hatf ayvery hnn:bw  bsea'pcffrom yydestructiotf;:;by-:yfi;re,  caused;byXtlio"' electric wires;y"rThe  fireyhadcgainedya:.cpnsiderable";lieacf  way; by;\he ititheyif wasf discoyereff.:.;  :.-., Ottawa,yAiig; 23;-���The-Canadian  M;anufacUirersx:Associa'Upn;has:pet-  itioiVecl; theygpyernuienty- toyyliaye  Tli 'a ii ksgi vi iig- Day :oiV;Mpnday,y and  the matter is-uow'; under, cbiisiclera-  tioify^y ���:::-:;',:-, yy:yy.^X'::yyyy:;yyyxX;X;yy;  yyyylyhe y(2em<2tery yFuncl.  yy;Furtljerr;snbscriptions;'tp'dateyare:  ',Q-.';:Rv';'Et^^  : j'.; yiV yReg ;u V ;|5 2:5b, - A lex v;S  ;NvyGy;V\Yheelingy:|iy5p,;:y^  ������It;";^- )>."-?=X<iy': /^"i --SP'^x. J"VV;?-.!^R .-?-'!^.-AVS; ^ ?r. '^  ;F:.;.^;>,^wiiiigy';|i'i5p;; J.;;Williams  ^2.^qy;^.-;Hnsietr|ry5or:;Mrs,;;av  Pillmau :"$2::5o;:yyni,:, HVyMcDoiiald:  ^2,:5o;;.Gh'nsX:Dbel.kei:^p:ody^^  ; 'XMc-Doiiald's XGTocery;.: :''Siia!;fe^a  specialtyyof Iresh eggs;ab'i;butter.  yy-;FreshyFru.ii. aiid:-A{egttiii:>lefi;bphi;-:  nigy'iii:p'iV,.eye'r'.y:.l:o,nt.-H'vV^  -'���;,. .Toilet:Soaps at.-.redi'K^d'-vpricc:s:-r-;  :&MXRourXXXX;y^  :-;yThe;'Piib.iip,.Sclip(;lsypi:yS  :Discbyeryy^viily;bt-eny;pn v.''yM6n.d��^:,;  yA^ugust:26!;!i.y;;X.yy:,.;y:';,yxyy:.,y.; yyy:,y  -:yy-Mr^yTiyyH-ineS;>rri-:-iid-ia  :Fridaj'!s .bpaty ���io/::lake';a';'^ps'iii6ii -pri'  they nursing- staff: of St. Audrew.'s  hospitah:"-:'.:':';:;: -y-.;.-:' ;.f .': XXy ":;X"..Xy;y";  yXyMissyAX-L;.'"-Stirling ;'aud. IvHss- Gi-':  :pihebj''-1'wo'X-teachfers';foV;the;publip  Schools^f'lnijvovcry;^!!;.:;:Atlin.: ar-,  rived '.iirA ti inypn; F r icluy' s ybbrit. X-  :yyA.yB.y.TsylorX.:piyytheXDoutinipn  govcrhmebty* lelegnipiv:.'service;:yiu-;  teh'ds'X'iiavi.u'!y.-.-'y-Ttif-'!-rcl:i;y  y&vri v a Is oer StirX. S cotialX-X  ������;,'���. Aug/:,20.���-TyyStepheuson.iyFred  L.awsbn, -M-rs..;:LLawspu. W.. Aikeu,-:  ������-,:���-Aug;,^23:���Mrs.-J> S.a Emes, .Miss;  A. L.y'Sterling;yyMiss G. Pineo,:J.:  0. Van Winkle, :Miss"Van.;Wiiikle;  tThe yGatho.lic, Mission;. ,,.'..  : ', On: Sunday ylast; Father y Allard'  christened- fourteen ofXtlie inclian-  children in'canip, the service taking  nearly ythree .; hours. .'���:-, :Mrv: Larry  O'Connor stood as godfatherjaud  Mrs.. J..yTallmire  as   god   mother.  All these.��� chiidren are attending  the,yRonnm CatholicyMissiou ^aiid  Home .'.' estabiished by 'tlie .Father  some'time ago.: There a very .���earn-:  est endeavor is being made by him  to instil into the youthful tuiiicl tlie  consolation and the, help of a religious teaching, the necessity and advantage of an education and the  virtues of cleanliness and discipline.  Very few people realize the enormity of the work Father Allard has  taken upon himself., The instruction from the bible, the school book,  and the --supervision of the general  welfare ot the flock, fills out a round  of duties lhat makes the day all too  short. There is a possibility of  government assistance being given  to this deserving institution.   '  xlioccd and General  m*  Bear in mind the Public Meeting  lo be held in Discovery, 011 Monday  evening, at 8.30. Hon. Dr. H. E.  Young will address his constituents.  NOTICE.��� The members of the  Atlin District Miners' Protective  Association are requested to meet at  Discovery,   on   Monday evening, at  7"45-  W. G. Paxton, Secretary.  To keep the hands soft.���Soak in  dishwater, threelimes a daj'.  ��� it  week's;:visit .to  his family in<:-,,V(ic-.  'toriaVxy ���'.'..:':������. ���;.::. '':;;:y';:.^.X:y.;y.-,,;:v'y.ay.yyx.-  ���''.'"Malcolm ilobertyjtuiiiesyp.'eid,;;late  princip;'iHor;K-*"^iibiypnbllc:se.hop'lv  lias.;received;��yn;:;:vpbointnseii.t dii::the  teacliiiigyyiUaff loryylhey yVancouyef  public-Kyhcplsy y'yllis 'mri'uyiriehds'  in the cliKtrict: v/iifybe glad .to hear  of his g6(Kiyibrtu;:e.;;;yyy -y  ' r" ;���;>:::.;  :; Th<^climate;ofyihis: districtisyall  :that.:cuu^dV:bX.yyesivea;7Jabd-Tlie;S  is y.richl; :a;?d., prod active. ������.., ..-.'Nat';  Wheeling i:as;rrii:;ed Uisci&DS"st'riiw--  .berrie:-.y:;:;d ciivran.1 ?;'���,.'���',this sMnirue;',  and= Cbnriio ,Pourue*s ��� new *H]3iid^:  cau't,;be !>eaU;;i.:y :,  '.������.������ The'������ViV.6':'; ti si's wiio'vvcnt 1.6 the  head, of r.l:e yi:u:o tin;-ing tl:e week  enjoyed a li^ebuth;g.;:Xit iieing Ike  close,season they could ;\a'no shooting: atygaruey .It is, reported that  Charlie: Cole,: id lowed theui to hunt  the ducks o:v.his kike, whicli he iu-1.;  domes;icateri." 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'X^y_��,;  Mi  ;i.i?.!-  !!i-i, iiin.ii  ���''''���"'���J'v:'''hart:uist/been discovered that.s.y  package yofy cufrencyyycbnlaiiuiig"',;  g^pb,000, ;wliichVwas:'��� shipped; fronra.."'  :Dy:nye.r, banlcyio..a;-';l)'aiiic in .Chicago;' /  jins;been: stolenybetweem Denver an&X:'  sqmeyNebraska ���.poiut'.^. vy'.Thfe;.;piick-^:  'age^lijuvybeen Xmissing;" ��� for i-over'^.;;;  , weekya nd:;t h e re, is; 11 o pi iie.x .������:. yyy  xy'flie ph)'sieiaris:ofSeattle:are urg---y  Ang^hrtt^a^ampaigu^tb^-ext^^^  ratsbeyconimenced.at once, :to'"'prb-r'y  ���tect the-city: frouiyayisitation,;.of;the;y  :b;ib6nicyplagtie;frbm San'Francisco. ,;  Advices ..from = San Francisco are: to;;,  tliepfect that.aheplague ;is:spread:-;  :iug;,there.���.; ;,;.-':y,..,.y':'<:-',;yyyy^'a yX .;��� ;;���;  yyibyyiaisyyadclressXtoy the.; people :oE;  IPi-oviclehedtbwi^yMass.;;; on^tlie bc^-;.;;  'dasjoii-v.vpf-'itheXaniii-ye^  :Pilgrimsiyrecently;:Pres.identy^  :v&it'deciai;e.dHhut;there'��� would';:be no:;  cessation: in;y-lhe;;fght-yagaiiiStythe  -  triists;-:he';- mainlainecl"-'Tl;hat,,.; the;;de- ;  ,chnes'';iii;stoc.ks:bn"AVall streetyAvere.:;  dtie:to'theyerfortsyiuade:by;the;trusts ;  toyydiscrpditXythe;y;yadministration:y  ���Malefictbrsyancly wealth ^cpmbihed,':;.,'  heX^assertedXy;. werer; .���^yhat^iirbiigiit:::  hardf times,5' aiid it '���wasidletOAaslcy'.  tlie Xad ministration'"tby'refraiurlroiii:;;  punishiiig  criminals, ,whether- richer: poor, y,      ?"���'-..;���     ���:'-;;/; :'''.,".';:,;-y5' /";'���:  'Tlie Douglas Island "News; quotes;;  life. Cordoray AlaskanXas saying:.y  ���������'.'.fTiiere.; beit!g: nbyyreutiiesyiu Alaska .;  hoWycaiiyauian yget,snakes in ; his.  ,booU;?X The "nearest: approach that;  lias been heard of was, when.the ecl-  uorofllic Whitehorse,Star  got;ice-;  Wonvis in i-is mucklucks.';' yWecan.,  beat that.to a.stuiidstlli; in the Atlin y  'district; ���  ���At; Taku' ythere isa: man ���;���-  ���who has iv.-o." snakes-in a bottle.  Ke aiiiriiis that they are snakes although they were,' inthe first place,  ojuly y.horsehairs. .:'When:"he made .  ......   ,,.,....-......... .,, .   V^��|e:ysi.atcuient   a ���'������jocular':- frietud ;r'e-  IeftjAtiiiv :jaHt...TuesMSy :^^y-X;y'^ii-  way.-,  -A-  many  wer::  at the whart.io' ..wish.'the m 'goodbye,', some going over on tho. Scot!::  to Taku. ;'Atliii:h:t"s ^uffred a severe loss in'-.'.the., departure of this  very popular lady and her,estimable  family.!  On  the   evcnii!^, of T./ib:  September  2nd,   tli  the A. C. Wi. Co.'s steam  :-;  Oil  vol a'nd  workings    0:1 Tar Flat, iulc.'u  ing  a   Social   Dance,   in  the A  hall,   Discovery.     The orocei'd  the evening   v;i!l be decoivd to t!  very v.o: thy institution St. Andrevv'ii  hospital.  ,, Mr. James i.ip.-oornl  of the local tourist :;.-t.o  out to Cariboo I;;st '1  short tiip. l;;.i  if there .'.re :\ny i<r.i  or inteudiug s..:.:i':rs  district, XX'. y.-.-.v.-.r.  that every Lbing is  for them so '��� b.it ilu  favorable iinpressioi'.  at the i'.itro'.iuclio'.i.  tion is to be congratulated 'upon  having such '.'.u :.;'Jii-icn:. aud agreeable oiiicer.    He returned Friday.  1;.  of  If! l  president  iithi, went  last-- '1 L;e.-iday'- i'or a  cl'.i;i illy,   (.a course,  rfs^ or  visitors,,  couung ii.to the  i   v. iii   s:::e to  it  ui-.ide  agreeable  :y  may have an  0;' our  cninp  The ;:.y,*'jc::i-  ::rd u, -b'u t every body: k uows that .all.  'tlie.'suakes in this country come in  'bottles/'.;.;He may be right..';  ���   Farewell Hop.  y  The gathering in the Kootenay  h:t!l Friday evening, to mark the  departure from the camp of, Miss  ;v.;r'se' Blyth,' was a very jolly and  enjoyable one. . Dancing started  about 9.30. .There was a goodatten-  d;-i.cc.y some of those present remark-  iug tliat il put ihem in in ind of old  lime to see so, many at a dance  'going in for the fun of the evening  with inch a hearty good-will. Re-  .';'e:-.hincuts, aud very nice aud dainty they were, were served about  midnight; then 'on with the dance.'  Dining Miss Blylh's stay iu  Atlin she has made many many  friends, both by her own personality  aud her devotion to heir'profession,  which is one of Hie noblest and  most self-sacrificing callings of women. Her,friends are sorry.lo lose  her, and wherever she goes the good  wishes of Ihe caino will .follow Iju.  %FEsmm&im^M����m& ?,. C,  , SATURDAY,   AUGUST   2.1     ruoy.  E   -^  AVsjtf   i  ���:���;���������,  ,.l .  THtJATI.iM CLAIM ,.>lt,:l.,:..i:.    ���-/���..       Monro "n-..     i/T.nr.,   run     r.->   iu,,    ; > ,-ri1  wonLO rou -.:. ctrn ; i**.;. .'��� i..-�� w : c -.'������ �� <  w*n. Af.vr.-m iciNr. n.-.-i-cu : -..i -.-.--vi t.-t.,,'*. i,  ���Mfii t.vi-;N : til.-.innc, f.oT!'*i .. --.'(;rr,r, .-. jri.-  n:.L'c-./t   lATi.-;   on   mtluv, riON.  ,;o?; i>Kirj'r;i\<;:  fili.L-nr.Aii-. ho.-.-: ur:*.-., 'Jl'-.l-rir...  cz-.i-uu.  CTVrft-Mrftn?., 1'lv.sc.liM.lo^c.      r.-fc, r .-c  Jc..-��rjFnn  PacriiTLV   ::::>:cur.-..-..  rnici:3  iion-n.w:.  "HE AlTiIN Cl'-l'M  !'i'Ul.tPii;::o (Io., I/lil.  Kniroi!  (Jn.wtbii.'i I.. l/Ui-biti,  :Af.lU!   I  To The Miners----and others.  \\\   to see to it that  in 0:1 ail sides and  We do not wish to creale a slam  pede, in fact,   we  do not think   Ihe  people of the  district   would  lake a  mean advantage of whal we say.  Il's something like this: An old  timer in the district, whom we believe to be very reliable:, visited us  yesterday. He spoke his mind  very strongly, too strongly too reproduce in print. This was the  gist of his talk, however.  There  has   been a lot of jumping  and   other   dirty   work, going on in  the district.    A great many  people  do   not   take much  notice of it because they arc not directly affected.  But,    let   someone   encroach   upon  their ground,   then   there is a hoivl  and a vigorous  protest.     Say,   for  example,    the    ground    has   been  jumped   because   the   stakes  were  not   exactly   four inches square on  the face.    It is a technical point and  the jumper  wins  his   case.      But.  wait ,a moment,   that  ground   was  staked  eight    years   ago  and   the  stakes were four inches on the i>.ee  at lhat time.     Constant exposure to  wind and weather for many seasons  causes a shrinkage  of1 the smr.illi.sf  fractional pail of an   inch.    'Should  a man lose his titie to the chain for  such a reason?      Is   the auv excuso {���ilt'-!I  : ���. v i'.-i),.- time there is  'y-. ::w.-\ in camp over  :��� ������ -.':; . .- : :������'... <>:. Wilson creek  ...::'. a ;,;. ..i ::���> -.:.;,��� c-ck.ims have been  . :ii.:.l ������'!���. f'.'.v.c:. Quite a few of  '.':>���: ;.t:.!;.'i; ���.'._'.-..:��� .:e;bre measured  1, I'a ci.a::: o; ,dro\e a j.lake.  We have h.'en assured by two or  llnee old tamers, who, we think,  know what they a:o talking about,  that thbi.? are very few of" the claims  on Wif.on err. ok staked exactlv as  ihe Act nrovid.y. We think it be-  i hooves one am!  llii-y arc )i^d0,.  prot.-eiei': r.i every point against the  ca:.ai!ie uho r'.liul: around like a  hand oi' cuyoi'-ii waidiirig a chance  lo sm.p ni) something. Sometimes  lire, ccyoiaa meet with, suiumary  justieo.  Wo do not think those iu authority would, for :.<:t   ruslanl, recognize  these. i.".li'tiders   on   claims   staked  anywhere near what   the regulation  calls- fur, especially who:1, the owner  show-;  good  'nitiinlojis.      It   is as  well, however, lo be on the safe side  so   following  is  what the Act calls  for,   and  we  think all should note  carjfuily the  requirements, and see  ihat you have complied   with same,  ".byvery placer   claim shall  be as  nearly  as  possible   rectangular   in  form,   aud  marked  by   lour   legal  posts at ihe corners thereof,   firmly  n:-:ed in   the  ground..    On each  of  t:i:ch posts shall be written the name  of the locator, the  number and date  of issue  of- his   free, miner's certificate, the dale of the location aud.the  r.amu given   to the  claim.    In timbered   localities  all  boundary lines  of a placer claim shall   be blazed so  I hut ihe. pos'.'.; can bo distinctly seen,  a ad u:i(ierb:i:-;h cut, and the locator  s^jhfrjp&j^M&.p&&s\p:&.?:.;--2\v-c- zx: "-2M;! :v �����-�����<������  .:    '     '  I  \' CO  V If -=>   --.     >��� ,-,      >     ������.    ���" -T        1.  -KV   f /f -��  St  .'Fresh Fruit and Vegetables  will arrive  by 'every boat.  a.  ��  A'  I The Iron St&rss,  F$s*!2& Street  Si  Si  '!  ?  $>  V)  )b  ft  .V  ���V  V  POOL. ROOM  GOOD   STAELiNG  THE GOLD  MOUSE  DISCOVERY, B. Q.  THE   DINING   ROOM   IS   UNDER   THE   SUPERVISION' OF  MRS. ROXBOROUGH.      GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION  ONLY'THE BEST QUALITY OF   GOODS USED AT THE BAR  BAKERY IN-CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL.  ROXBOROUGH, PS$@&Z35��T��&  Tun  t;:i.-.i.  ., 1 .���  or reason jor jumping? ti  may loses his ground on such, a  count 'tis high time :-:ouiet;ii:;g wa:;  done to prevent a recurrence. Any  reasonable person, any ik:-'ui Indeed, who is not biased, prfju-.iiced  or who is not honorable, w:;! agres:  upon this view of the matter.  Manv people who stake claims del  i  not do it exactly  right,   vu'y  chen j  it is through ignorance or inisi*ii..i'.r-  0 1  standing, yd they woi'K th-i ground  and   there  aie no qucstioijs a'-ked!  The teason is:   Tlieir intentions aie  of thc best,   and   no one quest ions  their right to the ground.  Such a stale  of affairs continue*  so long   as their are men, and men  only, in the camp.     When another  brand,    or    breed,   appears  on   the  scene  everything   changes.      Is il  decent?    Is it fair?  'Figure il out for yoursctve.-i you  miners���bow many of yon have  staked you chums exactly 'accord-  itig lo Hoyle?'     Huvv many of you  .inn   >i;::s.  are at the mercy of ���-me  disposed to, tree  ���  i  'jump' your property? I the u^u ��!���.  > cect ie;\al posts not more  5 It-ct apart on  all boundary  In   localities where their is  ::o   :h"r.b.":r   or   underbrush, monu-  :;iciil:i of earth or rock, not less than  ���'.wo feet i;ig:i  ar.d   two   feet in diameter at -he b.-.!:j, '.nay be erected in  ii'.-ii of t'u. --..id iasi.-:n-.:nfioned.legal  no;i.:-.,   b..L  ;.oi.   in   tlie  case of thc  four I'.ajal po.-',l:> uiarking the corners  oi ik'i claim."    1 *>��-��� 1, c. 3S, s. 10.'  A .s'l.-ici. ol.'.erv;i.uco of the above  .viri :--:'.'.ve :.'ue r.i:u-;r fiom.a possible  -;har.-e oi: anu.oy.i.ncc and expense.  In yai.'iXag we .j>.?.u.-:e to'remark  th-it, a ii'.lie ''muscuiar Christianity'  \io\i l;::en huown to pvoduce splendid re.-'.fus. ].-teiu:.-i.ibar, this is jiist  a lX'-.ii,.'.vk,. and may be taken for  what it is worth.  'T,vgAL   Voar."\           "   h.-'.il mean a stake  ,,ui   four, feet  nd squared or  ..���:'.   Iwr at least one  ��� .ind  '.'.".oh side so  . ;...j-i -.aeasure at  ��� '. -., X.ce so far as  t,    .. '; nv stump or  c '. or faced to  Wo  Konrad Wawmcka,  Managick.  Bpewers   of L^gcs^ Scc/p  ����&&%  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  HE  *����JS&&P,'  KOOTEN'AY HOTEI  ffWA����S'JJ����^>:5*,i",:ftOi:Wl:tw>  OPEN. DAY AND NIGHT  Tlie-Bar-is supplied'with  -none   but:   tiie   best brands of Liquors  and Cigars.    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  ���* t - ���',  i: ;.".:  1    ������;  ;U;i  XX:,;  Ji /t  1  :i t^ *.  -.���.-:   th  '    '.,',;  .  ..     w'  III  9  ����� .fi  9'   '   ���        . i\;  I  ti;  H  ft'  6  I  DIXON   Ik   SCI'i'JLE,   Propi'iQtoi-s.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IW    COM WKCTIOW.  CllUIClSr WINKS, LKJUOHS AfJU CWAKS CAJiM I.i>m��j A   SI'KW li.  -.|;;:r  0,  (���:  t'<  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlbi, ���;. ���'.    :"'  ^��^^^��^<^^��^^<��^��v^r<��<��<^��-������ r2'��r^iW'-j'-ri^4'^^:tfW'^w^*;4i'^'-4:��;s;cw^^  .';1  ���ft  A  ���M  ym&m"  m  I Sm^uJttf&JjOw 5  a  A  ATLIN,    b.  C.,. SATURDAY,  /'  y .���::���. :^.,'  t^cL-i'ice.  'i art T. i;. 'v/'Ci'iuior writes of  P^-f.H'.i Mcihide aud British Colli nihiti.  '/'here aie lew names higher in  th-' vuild tif ctv.itvuipi.il ary anil pol-  ,i:i: ai journaii.vni ihau ihatul'T. P.  O'Connor, hi is opinions and views,  as r.premi broadcast, among ihe people through the medium of his various publications, are always lead  with interest. His retnaiks, therefore, published in a recent issue of  "P.T.O.," concerning the, Hon.  Richard McBihlc and the province  whose cause he litis been so worthily upholding in the chief city of  the. British ' Empire, will he read  with appreciation here. In describing the Canadian banquet in Loudon, Mr��� O'Connor says:  'T allude lo this Canadian dinner  because   it   brought   home   to   me,  even  more  than I realized already,  what   it  tremendous   heritage   this  Empire has in   that   country.    The  mind   almost  staggers   before   the  gigantic   possibilities   of   Canada's  future.      I "sat next  Mr.   McBride,  the prime   minister  of British Columbia.    Here   you   have an excellent specimen of .the provincial ruler  of Canada.     They  buiid their men  in those  yontig  countries���at least  thc  men   who  get  to the.,top���on  large   lines.      Mr.    McBride  is,   I  should say, over six .feet high.   His  face, still looking almost   boyish in  its   freshness,   with   a  strong jaw,  fine dark eyes, the mobile mouth of  the   speaker  and  the  politican, .is  surmounted by white  hair, the one  mark,    perhaps,   of   the  strenuous  life   through   which   he   must have,  passed   to   have  got  so   high at so  early   an   age.      It   was ��� when you  found yourself face to face with embodied  British   Columbia   like   this  that  3'ou   begin . to   realize what a  Canadian ptovince means, and what  aie the duties and responsibilities of  a provincial  prime minister.    Have  you any idea   of the extent ol British Columbia?     Well,  here is what  it   is:      I   quote from   Chamber's  Gazetteer.  "Area, 383,300 square miles, or  uc-.-rly four and a half times as big  as Evgl-iiui, Scotland and Wales.  Of ihe total laud area, say 250,000,  000 acres, only yoo,ooo areas yet  occupied.  "Cli.iuiilo.���-On the coast inild,  like the r-jotilh coast of England. In  the interior subject to great variations, but the winter is short.  "History.���A Crown colony in  it\v'., and in 1871 entered the Canadian Federation. One instance of  raiiid growth is furnished by the  city of'Vaiiconvcr. Iu 1881, il was  forest; in 1S01 there were 25,000  iniui'uiiaiUs.  . "Population. ��� About 250,000.  Tn 1881, 49,459; in 1901, twenty  years later,  190,000.  c  ;,    "Minerals are very plentiful."  ,Mii.  McBnmK's Mission.  "In this colony   are  some of the  biggest mines in ihe world.    There  are boundless tracts ol virgin forest.  There are millions  of acres calling  out   for   the   plows   and   ihe strong  British   arms   behind   them.      Aud  yet the population is only a quarter  of a million:      Mr-. McBride is here  in connection with   the   business of  his colony.       Me and-the Dominion  government have   been carrying on  a very polite, bul very resolute fight  for years   as   lo the contribution of  Mr. McBride's province   to the  expenses    of  the  Dominion,    and   I  should   think   that even the.subtle  and sauve Sir Wilfrid Laurier���who  I am told, conceals under  his beautiful eighteenth -century French exterior, a will ol iron���I should think  that.even   Sir   Wilfrid  would  have  all his work cut out for him to beat  tins British Columbian young, giant  with his will ol iron also underneath  an   agreeable  exterior.    Perhaps  I  look.on ihe straggle   with some ad-  ditionalinterest   from   the fact that  Mr.   McBride  is   the son of Ulster  parents,   and   I   recognize  in   him  some of the sturdy qualities  of that  robust aud self-assertive race."  Hi  1  .>-^o^"^0'.:^->l:l.���Jo���>���.i::r;���:c^>ao���c;<>a���'Ci���e(���.o���)^:��������Cic���: :;%  in Market Cq.5'Ltd���  ���>'rt;:kkri:> m.i-iL/ats  --.J *U��C^W2 U���OU  t.  U'i~  ALL  KIND5,  Dressed to  Order.  ���-tn^z ��ffwss.*r  CcIFJfB.   DOF^KTilll,   'MANACER     ,  THE WHITEPASS&'YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Lino   iV-o;n   .'^.-.agiiay   to   Atlin.   White  Horse,  Big'  Salmon,  DaT/scu jiiicl ail intermediate points.  Finely  K'.iij.'-irivod t  i.'.'.-.t-  \.".\-,il'.;��ca:  ���cans tins!yt except Sunday,   between Skaguay, Caribous  c.   Gz.ny Passengers, ISaggasei Mail and Express.  tafltl  -itV3E   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:  No. 3.��� Korih Ison.'id. | JKo. 2.���South I'uiiiid.  U.S'J ii.r.i. I.v.      SKAGUAY     Ar. -l.Mp.m.  S.ViiM.i.JjV.      CAlMHOU      !<v. 11.30 n.m.  ���Lo.) [i.m. Ar. WIUTK liOKSIS l,v. B.HU a.m.    .  t i f. i M.  car1. ;:���')(;  ,-i 'j. ia:-;  ^C-MEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS  ii. i:-. I'.unitln.ys.  Arrive ATI,IN !I ii.m. Tuesdays.  Pi ;i. .-.\. 'j'lnn ..ditys, " "       'J n. m. Ifriiln.vs.  i>. iii. j'ii-.-vl.iyi;. Avi-ivii CAUIliOt! 7 a.m. Wednesday*,,  p. iii.-l-'ris'.ii.vn, " " " a. in. Sntui'da.vs.  KiO ���..t);,ii."i= 'if !"i!-;-'ir.'o v.-ill ha u'.icclccd ii-ur; wit li each full fare i.iclcct and 7H pound  with cuch !.:.,'-.'i'-.I-;: rii-s-ct.  P.-.y.-.-ijfcrs n'-::sl bo ill iiipcits in liinc to have nn^asi' inspected and checked.  'a'i.-:jv f.'r ':..;iiiic-s iu'-: Mibjcot. to chiiiiKe whliour notice.  Dcicigroo   Bonded   Through.  ���   rov  apply to :���.'.  .���'.���ii-.:i:.ion  tvi-.Uivi: to Passoiifrnv.  Fvoiiilil, Express and   TclcRi-npli   Hatr*.  ,--::'.��� 01 ' !:c Ooir-lJ.'in.v 1.1' to  A. L. lit-'lvOOi-..  r.  Vuiiooiivi!i", ).!. C.\  ���:i.   .ufi\.  :i:ul  Ai.'isua.-  J. LIPSCOMBE,  Agent, Atlin.  .1. II. ROGIiKS, Trnllic .MniiiiKcn,  Vancouver, 15. 0., ami  SluiKiiay, Alaska.  IN THE.  A..B. Hail, Discovery,,  ON.  At S.30 p. in.  Hon. Dr. H. E. Young, nietn-  ber for the Atlin district, will meet  his constituents and discuss all matters pertaining to the district.  Everyone is asked to make  an effort to be present.  VLi/"$'v��  ���^J       Ki.VI 13 o< vtJa  Hardware  ��  TO CONSUMPTIVES.  The Latent Magazines-  Liuiirne's.  at C, R.  The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means,  after suffering for several years with  a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease Consumption,' is  anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure.  To those who desire it, he will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  copy of the prescription used, which  they will find a,cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis aud all throat and lung  Mai.auucs. He hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those' desiring the presetip-  tion, which will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will  please address  Rev. Edward A. Wilson,  Brooklyn, N.Y.  IKON   PIPING,   STEEL,   AND   BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE.  STEEf SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  STORKS  I:-"  A.TI.I.--T  A.VU   DlSCOVIiRY.  ic?^wN &  f.oci's to J. H. Richardson.  >-+-*-���-*-*-���-+&���  E." BEOWJN &  Sto'B'ks  LATV',:-yr styles in gicnt-s furnishings  D5Y (���.GOD:;, CAiU'ETS, HOUSI.v FURNISHINGS,  COi.T.i 8EAL IIIL* GUM BOOTS AND SHOES,  1-ULL TJNE OF MINERS GLOVES AND MITTS.  AT'���ATIjIN-' ANTI)  iy\S(X)Yli.K.Y.  i^<.->.^.-p <���->-���> .��-:��� o-1-<���<���������>-> o<���r-<>'> <r*> -��-������$ o^*^-*-*"*^-*^*-*-*^^-*-*^"*-*"*:*^*-*-*^  til   ti tiii^^uaiw  *  CKX,  FRIHT1KG AND  COMMERCIAL  WORK.  X:,, FOSTERS AND HAND BILLS   ^   j.   "  E::i;cuii:d. Ci-.capJy,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  . .   THE CLAIM. OEHCE. SATURDAY-:   AUGUST "24,y,rqo7.  .Spruce' Ci'eek''Murmurings'.'.  ;. ',A'represeii'tativeyof the Western  yAiieraliohy of- -Miners.; visited the  creek, on Tuesday 'with a viewy of  iudi.ciiigy.the hoys toy help.organize  ���a brar.c'n"of thai ..union   in this part  of tlie world; X: 'XA AXX,";������:���;���"   ���   '  i.j; ;������  $ffi*M  !';..::/!  t; :;.::>  "Oi-; :...-:���  >OM  t:nii;HA^;  �� D.'.-vA:'- i3A   '���-'.'': :':  Ha:riut6>r'v.tVr...lJv:!:ff.  '":  '"^ A A'  ��� .���Judge' yF.au Hcuer.1 has   resigned  hisyppsition.as -head  timberiuan foi;;  ���Mfsyy Galkigliaiif:, It yisXruinoured  X she. will ��� ,be  clpsingy down iii .conse-  /Cpience,.; -: '���'���':. yy;' '������,    ���.,:<��� ���yX.,.-:: :/'\::  Cox A' Milier,are once ..'again; ruii-  ynirigyfull .blast;  ;after a��� temporary  Ah lit down' owing  to ������������the mine '-ak-:  Xing:'weight. A.xyyyy.���y AxyA;yyy'XX..  X:: XiVtrAMcLean has:returnedyfrohra  ��� Tour of inspection of Wilson.creek.  yAefreport:-isybyyno:means favorable:  ..' ;for ; the i-liiuire, '..'.of. \vhat��� we hoped  would be ft producer.  y\'yy       y y  ....���'.'���'-��� . y . ....."���.���.  ������-���������.���     j, -^-.^,//-���������;;.--.v  ���.  y They- Spruce , Creek .Power Gom-;i   AAAyA*-  pany have- moved;: their, -plant down j i^^v^A  ;to T,owe'r ,.SpAA' and; :Iiavey;buCe  .yhibre.commenced; piping; yy They  : will .now; be in a. position to work to  -'greater advantage,1..: owing -."..' to .the  -facilities' for,������������dumping  afforded by  the-falls. v -���:���'���''��� ':~:X ,,'��� y-.' .-;���,���������'���'     ;Xy  Proprietor.  Canatii an ;Eacilic-��� Mai!waA--.Lyx;.:xx:X  ALASKAX ROUTE   S^l! i KiiSf   y   y  rtrrnirTL-rfrrw<inmTr-.-j-^->ija *e mm,\-vti<ruiTu*rtt."\Ac,r,ti.vf;-'  PrIn����ss:;;yMay  ���:���/�������;',.���'.���  Proprietors.  'x'tm^m"^x;wm\m  ''iCA.t.'  Or  EN  ���������DAY  AN  1)  NIGHT.  XR".  r"'i.'"'fr'-i  ii/1""!1 .a _  i'Ai  7 ,'  ���. J-  ArAyy.yy;y  ���r0M;lt.r  '.:�����.>.;��� vie  ���yi',;-;;  ;-.;;  ,i'.;;troiVii!ni-. .v: ������������..-���  XI  r��ttt;l  .u.l.rv.;  io': y..  ���:-..  :i's,sta'Ku.   ;     -"-"���  ,-.,, :.z  .���..-,.���...  .,._,...____....___..  ���A'  PXil  TO LODGE  'ipm^es^yi^^  ��������������� y.   ;.yy.yyy yy.-.1.. sainns rrotn skagway op.m.y   " y ^yyyyyyy "-y  ������'������'���     .,   ��� .Direct   to:Atncpuyer  andyyicloria, ^������;; v.;y,  y ��� X       Trnnsiiortiiis* by rail or si earner to'Seattle' .without cj:t:i'i\,cl.uii-y.y i]  Wo Kivoduiclc service     No iiiternieiliiite wills.  ���'..'-���. ���  .     ;   ;; JJVir, rales or'in formation ii|i|ily to  ionl. !'.U..-i;;\vc.y.  ��.T". &,,A.,iyi.  A.;ALk.;'Lc;,y ;���  .-viUa;'   t-oijiniiuiicn-  j ���������������:      ���-./���������\ii/.. ������������������  - v    iK,i;Xhi>!;t  on. tho ��� first  IIIHiA-iiy (if .e-AA.oiVtJi ,'i,-. : the X\ . O. U.'A  hA AjraA-Wt.yy' A>yw'r'" Ax'A";;  Yt-jii;!J;.r iM::t.hvi:n ot.i;'in!Iv invited'.'.  yytuhu ii.?:;t fir.-.ylav-.'tiLi'v.isw.inifutijji't  will  lie  lit-irl on'i'lr.-.VjrlrO', S^lrt'-i'i'.^r fit li,-.'fit 7.30. p.m.  <��>+*?* ^-*^~t-4-+*  My ovdyr^oi ;;!.-> ���>'.'. -ii.;; '���;���' y;yy;y  ���������   ;y:yQ.A; U!.H7ii;;ic, skc:t;.ktai!y.  m  M / ���  ;���: ^kkp ymvr.ix,,^puar.   ��� v  ���L AyTHS ���'��� FlETY-.' G'ENTS :���  y': The Hqn;"H;yE.yypung,y heldya  ymeeting'6u: the: creek on; Tuesday,  in;order that::'he> might state. >.o the-  miners .his success in they struggle  yfor:  their;; welfare:.;;.. Hey. received;'a  hearU'sweicbmeffrbm'The few of.us.  -able'to attend;     Unfortunately;-ow-:i ���'Priviitoyiii'.i.viwiciV iov '������F.u.iic-s  ing toytheMact thaf half biif mmibef  ..work night shift,   so the attendaiice  ;.was .somewhat ��� sparse, ybut those  ��� disappointed   here   hope .to    avail  themselves  of the   opportunity   of  hearing   the. Doctor .-.at the meeting  in Discover-v Mondav night; .  BA.'U'31��.It..S.HOPr:;  : /. i'. r�� ^rj-nji.xryaaawtw%fii��  Never lias'the laniidry business  boomed as ii does on the creek at  the- present time. Last Tuesday  Jack'Flynir bought a;whoie; wagon  load of white shirts .and collars.  Cupid must have .'discarded his'bow  and quiver 'and be distributing his  .darts with'a ���gatling gun. so deadly  are they 'in effect. Friendship.' lias  almost ceased; some who loved;life  dearly a week' ago now contemplate  flinging themselves into the icy and  turbulent waters of the creek and  'end it all;' others are content to  know "'tis bptter to have loved and  lost than never to have loved at  ���all;'.' ���but the Lord help the man  who is allowed a second piece  of pie.  yAxxy.  0^xx^;^;^;^^^;-^  x x'yx;;facing Beibre tlie ptil3lic ���  "'"���'xyxy/'lxyyt-He  Sx!AaS&��^^^  ijf. C;-.::.-.-.:r.::i  , . r...; t /,  !.".��::;;���::   Huqnlttlioiis.  L?f..':V.!ii..i:i I.niitls wil.hin  ;;:i; l:i :'>riti-;ii Colli ill bill.  ���i:i-.:jvl>? .'��>s'3e��liicitieil lij'.o'ii.v person .; wild is  tli: .-,.-)!.��� he:.'.:', of :; 1m:i ily.c.-r ftny inalo over IS  "curs <>r;-,:.;c,, to i a..- f;;:tr-ii;. ol' ono-dnartor  ioctioii i/i'I'J-J r.'^v?a inrSro or U��S3.,  liiVtvy .��������-.ti"-;!-. V:> rr.:>.I:> tfor.^ri'.iaiiy ut clio local  laiiii <>Wzr/iiiv tlie uii-li-;.:! in wiiluh tlio land  i;i sUtv.itc.'      ;.;  ','.'!:!^ i;oiiv>-.;lc:1.i!!.ir i.i ri-qnu'cd to perform  the t'o::::;!.-,oii3 ��� coisui.-'.-.-(.-:! fiitviiwitii under  o:ic ot1 t'.ii.-j.ol.ov.-iii:;- pi,y;.,: ;    'X.^'  (1/ At loai.fi.i.'C ���.'o:ii;io' ri-;,iiltr,ii'.'.- upon and  0Ui".ivaT'::;:i of vho 1:.;;.! incayii year for tliree  ���..���(.-.���.v.;.  ... ���������   '  (i) :tf���t'lf ,l':ii:l!Ci' On1 r.iclriip.v, if (Im father is  f^'^ucwvl) oi iUa' iHi'.fivStci'.k-r' ri\..ii!i:s upon a  ffirni. if( lii^.vir.iirity c: ;!:������> liiai- t-utorcd for,  ti:;-i*;!ii;-t:::cnl!; us to ���.-I'siiic-n^o may 1)0  M'.i:iyii>;-:i i.-y ; m:!i   \:::i^o:: .ru:>idiii,'r  with   tlio  (2j If '.lie .-:-:i ii.ir Ikm; i.i:= jiorinaiiKiit resi-  il.-x.uo ;ipr>:-, ���;i:'::iii:��- !a::t! owtiud by liiin'in  tlir; vi.-;;i:it;. of 'tity ho;rK..';.-'iul, tin- i.'e.iiiire-  n::-.y bo hatitilied by  lo  :'r  t'C*-..:'.1.'.:'!!"! ,��� i".;i6:: tbu\,.\\& hiiiil. .  .Si", .".uk.'.-:���:���-.' lU-.tieo in v.riviiy.r sliotikl ''6  ifiv.T.'.i ti> tli^,..:'o;;i;!'..',i-io'i<"i'(il' J)o;:iinioirI,ands  at Gtlav,-;.. ot ;:ii.-���;.!������).: to api'ly for patent.  Oo-.i! Ian.;-: ;..-.uy ii-'! o::i c'ltis'il al Sip por aero  I'o  molt -,  David   "Twa"   Todd  was un  for-  ���(',.:��� uiitin'rtoi  'bi  te. Not i  . tunate enough to be burned out  of  home aud contents last   Wednesday  Via nn i .or  afternoon,  on   Tar ������Flat.  Aloi  with the tent and the luxurious interior fittings 'Davy' lost his other  suit of underclothing, three so:-: and  his bandana,  which he forgot when  tie we  nt to work.    He has the svm1-  pathyof his many friends.  JOSEPH PALMER  DeaSecin Boots and She  DiSCOVliKY, 0  Jelling ai a^l  iititt  vV c  .i.i; ���::ni:y.  k-ottii ot: l:i  j)..-i:  ini-fil iiy ono nirli-  iliy at t.lie- rato of  uiliir'n .ittitll bo col-  !)Ki.  :wi-i. ;m):i'."i\.ion o  if !'in Interior.  I1 this ad-  ���jyai-iJm  ��� i- I  .1.  liei'ehV  cha-v.- ior  coin;  then.  in   a   liortiK  the  Chief Counuis-  .!:. aud Works:  : (u.i.iieation i.'') ptir-  .iiu1.' purpotics a piece  .Lining al the N. E.  :��� Wynton towusile  lv   direction   a  ecro!:  ��>&  ���*&&?'S "yf^&Xj ^ *   '��� y av^ . y c-1y. '-'-  fa&  ;��� A^his cannot be suGGess-  ftLily accomplisHed "with-V  o\i�� tlie generous support of;  x the  businessx people and  the residents.  SEND US irOUR SUBSC*  ?iPTrn?  li  �� iv./  N  C>-fr^-^-:<  ���-���><S><S>^*^-*-*-*-��-*--��-��--��--o-*-<^-��^>-e-<>->-��-*-4--t.->��  e \*��  No reasonable offer refused  :)  bloc.  ami |:  for   the   husines  A    spleutlid   .stock   i  Women's June Shoen  values   iu   Heavy   Working  Shoe-  Tile building, tools, niachitiery, etc.  to !>e sold cheap.  ut   o'';0  rt   i-iriti-  Men'  A  SO     gOO.I  a:./:    ihe  W' .��� - - - -11S"  i,  l ��� i; ii.. yy io  iue in il::.-  ���tilou,  i<:i rito  ong  .���el  to the  lyolumbia  thence  .: southerly  iilon town-  id townsitc  illlllf  -.1 j.  }:iU>L.LX.  July 23th.  1907.  S2S  %m\  vis  A':>v'.'.?,  ���>  Why skno out wniiti, you can <ikt noons as oiik.u' uniiii.-'  Atlin, Nugget and   Grape   Rii-ic;?-.  im<! nil Uinds of Jewelry  fautiirod on tlie proinisr.'.s.  Flno������New  Stock   of   Vifatcht  Watebes fi-din ?fi.()0 up.  CIccS-.s,  /'cv.-tjii-y  'I   Diamonds  Atveiils for (.'oliiiiibiu Cri'fimojilionL-s.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand PainicJ China, Scuvchir S11001  Safety Detaosit Vaults  ATI.IN   AND  DI,SCOVi:KV,  Watchmakers and Marmfaduritu' Jew

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