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 LrS1  \   .    D��C2I.,907     "V  ��"  VOL. 26.  ATLIN,   B. C, SATURDAY,   DFCHM13KK    7, 1907.  NO. 43S  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting. News  From Many Quarters.  [HI'HOlAl, TO Tllli  UfjAlM.1  New York, Dec. 7th���The Thaw  trial was called this morning. Jerome, contended for postponement  until after tlie holidays, and argued  against the possibility of getting  jurors who will consent to remain  housed during tlie holidays. Attorney Littleton who is assistant to  Delmas is acting as chief counsel for  Thaw-, today he protesteded against  the postponement unless the defendant be allowed bail  editor ofthe Daily Alaskan, vice A.  R. O'Brien, who goes to the Juneau  Record.  Nome Dec, 7th���A'shower' of  ashes from some unkown volcano  covered the streets several inches  deep, and the air was thick with fine  dust.  London, Dec' 4th���Before a  crowd ol 5.000 people, Tommy  Burns defeated Gunner Moir in. the  tenth round of what was to be the  finish of a twenty round fight.  , New York bookmakers'niade a  killing hundred thousand backing  Burns. Moir weighed-in noon 170  pounds, both ��� men in fine'-condi-  tion. . Betting was in favor of  Englishman.'  'Washington, "Dec? 7U1���Most bitter fight"' made in several years  against territorial government is expected to be started againt Hoggat  here this .winter. While no charges  have been filed it seems a fore'gone  conclusion that ugly allegations will  be made. Hoggatt has f been  warned of what maybe brought out  befor the president, a trip to Washington Is now anticipated to prepare  for tbe attack.  Vancouver P.: C. Dec' 7th--  Mayor Bethune is a candidate for  re-election.  Odessa   Dec.   7th���13   terrorists  were hanged last week.  McLeod Alta. Dec. " 7 th���Aid  MacDonald of High River was-nom-  iuated by the Liberals to represent  the new constituancy of McLeod.  Ottawa Dec. 7th���Senator Davis  will propose the railway commission  to be enlarged and include tele-;  graphs.  Quebec, Dec. ..7th���Bureaus hotel  an old land- mark was destroyed by  fire.  Halifax, Dec. 7th���By important,  jubgement of the Supreme Court of  N. S. Chinamen can enter Canada  without head tax wliich can be .recovered by civil action. ^  THIS PROSPECTOR.,  I love the man with pick and   drill,  And courage thai knows  no fear,  That hero bold in search of gold  With lhe hope star ever near.,  To  see him climb  the     mountain  high,  ' And dig in the deepest dell,  Inspires me through   with   love  so  true,  That I want to whoop and yell!  I love the man who strikes  it  rich  After toiling many years;   ' ���  His wealth is clean'as a sunny beam  ��� And unstained my blood and tears  ���Exchange!  The  Court of   Revision      and  Appeal.'  This Court sat oir Friday the 29  inst: and," after investigating  several cases of appeal, the Court  was adjoircned until the 10th. of  December at n A. M. at the'Court  House at Atlin.  Houston -Texas, Dec. 7II1���On  Sunday morning a fire destroyed  the heart of the business section of  the City.  Millbury Mass. Dec. 7th���The  mother of Secy, Taft is seriously' ill  and it is feared she cannot' recover?  Norfolk, Dec. 7th���The second  torpedo flotilla is preparing to start  on the trip to the Pacific ocean to  join a portion ofthe Atlantic squadron which is all ready there,  Washington J3ec.   7th���Foraker  makes a statement that he is a candidate for president, which  is  con-  '.'.'���,. ���?,' ceded by friends,   President Roose-  ,.'������:   veit  makes  boldest  defiance    ever  ���  '"'"    'issued   by     a    president.     Many  people declare an aitempt is  being  made to  herd  the  delegations  for  Roosevelt,   or  the    Roosevelt  Pet;  ,h;cw��w^,^.?s!!S tbe  American   people,   if  "suo'h aitempt is to be cbunteaanjaedv.  Seattle Dec, 7th���Sam Wall the  able newspaper man of Alaska and  the Yukon is going north aboard  the Humbolt  tomorrow to  act as  On view at Bourn's Emporium is  a Gold Cup presented by an anonymous Gold King of Atlin. The  cup is of handsome antique design,  resembling the lost Ascot Cup, we  have    not   the   name of the makers  i��  The    Discovery    Skating   FtfnK  BEAUTIFUL     ICE.  Music in Attendance  DECEMBER    14 th  We- are pleased to 'publish the  following letter, reporting that, our  old friend Jack McLennan is in  good hands, and on the right road'  to recovering his eye sight.  r .Editor, "Attain Claim."  Dear Sir, , ' '  Mr. John McLennan wishes me to  write to you, there is, I am sorry to  say no improvement in his sight yet  and none expected until after the  operation? "Professor McKie has to  cut a portion of the Eye out to let  the pupil get back to its _ natural  position. He'is getting .treated to  to that effect, but the eye has to be  brought inloa fit condition for the  operation.  We do not exactly know how long  it will be,  the Doctor says  the  eye  is very  soft  owing  to" the' inflammation, that it may be considerable'  time- yet before they-can  operate.  The Doctor ordered Mr. . McLennan to live outside the Hospital,  the confinement in the Hospital being against his general health, he  goes to the hospital three times a  week. Mr. McLennan has pretty  good, health generally, the only  trouble being the Eye, He feels the  time very long, as he cannot see ���  anything, and has to get some one to  go put with him every lime to help him  along-?"'.".The time drags aloiig very  si '.wly.v.:; >::  Mr. -McLennan wish to thank the  public of Atlin and district for their  great kindness to him in his trouble  ������  ���      i Yours Faithfully,  P, Toivueud  '  Royal Infirmaryf,  McKie Ward, 39,  Edinburgh Scotland,  November, 4th, 1907.  * APPLICATIONS  FOR  LIQUOUR  LICENCES.  A meeting of the Board of Licence Commissioners for the "AtlinLicence District"  will be held in the Court House Atlin, B. G, on Saturday, December 16, 1907, at 10 a. m  to consider  the  granting of the following applications.  Nnmo of Applicant.  Uuslett, James   Smith, Alex    Johnston, Samuel   Itosselli, K.'..'   Dixon & Schulz.......  Hampton & Durie....  Galaruo, A. L .....  Roxborotigh.John:...  Samls Edward.........  McDonald, Daniel..:'.'!  Clark, James-;;....*,,...y,..  ���TiisJ'iell, gliomas   Arnett, George P.....  Anderson, W. A...   ^roifiisiE'. 'ii-:::::-::.......  Simpson, W. H.... .  The Hudsons Bay Co.  do do  do do  Description of License.  Locality of Promises Sought to he Licensed.  .Keimwnl of Hotel  .    do do  .    do do  '".    do do  do do  ..    do do  .    do   . do  do do  do . do  .    do do  .    do       . ��� do  .    do do  .    do do  .    do do  TranSser  Renewal.  ..   do   12 months  .    do do  do do  Leland Hotel, Pearl Avenue, Atlin, H. C.  Kii-kluud Hotel, Kirst Street. Atliii. H. C.  Vancouver Hotel, First Street, Atlin, It. 0.  Kootoiiny Hotel, eornor of First Street and Tniinor Avenue,  Atlin. B.C.  Koynl  Hotel,  corner   of   l'lrst : Street   and  Pearl  Avenue,  Atlin, B.C.  Nuggut Hotel, Main Street, Discovery, I!. C  B.C. Hotel, do do  Gold House, do do  Pino Tree Hotel,   do do  Arctic Hotel, Main Street,'Bennett, B. C.  Half. Way House, Half Way House, B. C.  Log Cabin Hotel. Log Cabin, li. C.  Dense Lake Hotel, Porter's Lauding, B. C  Lake View Hotel, Wynton, B.C.  Dawson Hotel. Tnku, B. C  Wynton Hotel, Wynton, B: C.  Hudsons Bay Co. Hotel Deiue Post B. C  do do      Porters Landing B. C.  do do      Telegraph Creek,   B, C.  Atlin, B.-C, Dec, 2nd, 1907.  OWEN F. CONLEY, Chief License Inspectof ATLIN,   B. C���    SATURDAY,.  DECEMBER   7, 1907.  The Atlin Claim.  Til c Al LIN CLAIM is published evirnv Saturday  MORNINQ. MAILED FREE TO ANY PAnT OF THE  WOULD FOH SO CENTG PER MONTH; CB.OO PER  Ytfln. ADVCRTIGING RATES! *T. OO PER I NCH EACH  INSERTION ; READING NOTICES. 20 CENTS A LINE.  HPCCIAL   RATES    ON    APPLICATION.  JOB PRINTING :-  ��� ILL-HCADfl, POSTERS, VISITING   CARDS  ' LETTER-HEADS, PROGRAMMES,       ETC.,   ETC.  ORDERS    PROMPTLY   EXECUTED.  PRICES    MODERATE.   ' ,  The    Atlin   District  ,   Board of Trade.   '  Editor Atlin Claim.  Thb Athn Claim PunMsniHO.Co., Ltd.  W. Poulard. Guant.     manacseh-ihukctou.  OUR CHIEF   INDUSTRY.  Birch Creek.   ��������   Owing to the supply of water being limited and uncertain not more  than 20,000 yards of dir1: were removed. ��� Birch Creek does not seem  to be so well supplied with water as  most of the other paying creeks in  the district. The out put for ,,tbe  season's worK amounted to about  ,$7.5oo.  Farther up the creek, Messrs  Brown and Lytle were mining; aud  they naturally encountered the same  difficulties aud want of water as  Messrs Pearce and Co. not having  a pipe or monitor, the dirt was disposed of by ground sluicing, and a  considerable sized pit was cleaned  up, the value won for the season's  work amounted to about $00,006.  Four men were engaged on the  property.'  Sir.  I beg to call attention to the necessity of strengthening. the membership of the Atliii District Board of  Trade, to enable the Board to transact, and carry on its duties, iu the  best interests of the District at large.  Since the last meeting of the  Board the majority of its members,  including the Secretary, have left  the District, and may not return for  some months. In the meanwhile,  there are several questions of importance awaiting to be dealt with by  the Board; aud there is, also, corres-  pnndence to be considered from  other Boards aud persons, seeking  imformatiou; with regard to the  progress being made on these Gold-  fields.  It is therefore disirable, that, all  members should make an effort to  attend the next General meeting of  the Board, at the Court House, on  Monday the 9th inst; at 8 p. m.  when an oportunity will be afforded  to introduce new members for election.  Your obedent servent.  Wm. C. S. Hathorn,  Vice President.  2nd December, 1907.  9***��*Wh**J+***&^^  N.--C. WHEELING  Groceries and Provisions  ,    Fresh Fruit and Vegetables  Allways   ��n   hand   .  The Iron Store,  First Street.  ��*(**4M******F4Hf*4l*f^^  POOL  ROOM  GOOD   STABLING  THE GOLD  HOUSE  The Board of Trade.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  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.  JOHN ROXBOROUGH, PROPRIETR.  Gold Run.   ��   a��   �����   Last winter Messrs Johnson and  McCullock and three other partners,  drifted on Gold Run, near the  mouth of Pine Creek, for several  months. They experienced much  trouble with water but succeeded in  cleaning up $12,000. This winter  they have sunk a new shaft, aud  erected a new steam plant; and are  doing very well, with these improvements in mining; they expect to obtain much richer results than during  the last winter's work.  Mr. L- B. Harris, the cwner of  several hydraulic leases, situated  above Gold Run, intsalled a keystone drill on his property and spent  all the summer months in prospecting for the "Yellow Channel." He  had three or four men engaged; but  so far, he has not succeeded in locating the rich pay streak. However,  nothing daunted, he will continue  his prospectine oporation early next  spring.  Mr. J, Reid has a number of leases to the south of Gold Run, situated on a higher level near the base  of the mountain, He ran some  open cuts and sank in several places  to expose the "Yellow gravel."  The cost of expenses working was  #2.500.  KROND GULCH.  Tlie only work done on this  ���ground was by Meesrs G. A. Kerr,  and associates. Tlieir shaft was  deepened by a few feet, but the  jpurops were unable to keep down  Ub? increasing flow of water.  We gladly endorse tbe opinion  that an organised effort be made to  strengthen the influence ofthe Atliu  District Board of Trade. Not only  the President, but several members  of the Counsel are absent; and,  as there are but comparatively few  members ofthe Board in Atlin, it is  certainly advisable to increase the  roll of membership; and, therefore,  we confidently call upon our good  and reliable citizens to roll up! and,  do their duty!  The Atlin Board was formed iu  1900." Since its incorporation it has  most undoubtedly accomplished  much good for the district.  We have authority for stating,  that, it is the only organisation in  the district, 'recongised as carrying  weight with the Provincial and  Dominion   Governments-  Our representatives in parliament  have freqently eulogised the great  utility of the Board, in placing the  requirements of the district before  the Government. Moreover, a town  is never likely to grow and improve,  unless there is some leading organisation, such as a municipality,, to  represent and guide its-citizens.  The Board, in some measure,  occupies the place of a municipality  with out the power to levy town  rates but, it can command the ear  of the Provincial Government,  through the Hon. H. E��� Young;  and, as Parliament will soon be  solemely assembled, it surly behoves  we citizens, to make up our minds to  act unanimously, in expressing our  iews and requirements with regard:  northern Brewing Company, DC  KONRAD WAWRECKA, MANAGER.  Brewers  of Lager Beer  ana Porter.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  ��#*��IH*0  S��*!#bR***W��*>��^��#*****>**.*!#*^  ��W!Ms��**����iMs��sW��  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  The Bar fe supplied ' with   none   but  the   best brand's of Liquors  and Cigars    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables..  <*Vtt4Vtfre��rart*stt*Wtf04^tt*ff�� te^w*********^^  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT  CHOICEST WINES,. LIQUORS AND CIGARS  IN   CONNECTION.  CASE GOODS A   SPECIALTY.  j:  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  ft  w^m^mmmmm . ������Iy  .i.v V  ft  ATLIN,   Bi C,   8&fiB\JBS3&$7, ��3SCEM3EK   T,  RJ��7"  Iff  I  , to various matters   influencing   the  progress of the district.  .  We also think the time is opportune to raise the question of reducing  the upset price ou town jots, and,  we feel sure that our popular mem-  'ber would be pleased .to entertain  and forward, any fair legislation to  ameliorate the growing; discontent  arising from this-matter-alone.--  To meet the numerous inquiries  which come to the Hoard of Trade  for information we venture to sug-,  gest lhat a small pamphlet be published to send out in reply, and,' it  would be well, occasionally, to forward some good Photographs-to illustrated newspapers, also, a brief  account ofthe Goldfields. .  l.  Miss Golden Atliu, tho' young  and shy, is sufficiently well developed to "come out" and, show her  charms and riches! "  ��� ���.  TO.CONSUMPTIVES.  ��a*a*o��aoa*a*a*o*a*a*ce^a*x��������^3*��*w*a^(*��W3*������o&-: :>  OUR CHIEFINDUSTRY.  QUARTZ MINING  The   Lavardiere Group  Lavadiarc gro-up: consisting of  five claims, situated on the .north  bank of Glacier Creek Tory Imlet,  and distant about 31 miles ��� south  west from Atlin. The ledge matter is 180 feet wide, and extends  the length of the property, 2.5500  yards. The strike of the ledge ��� is  northerly, and dips 7odeg westerly  Work: tunnel, 88 feet 4 ft 6 in.  wide, 6 ft. high. Values: gold,  silver and copper. Average assays:  $32.00   per ton.  Lavardiere Two Claims: situated  ou the south end of Copper' Island.  Work: various open cuttings, showing native copper. A specimen  from this property, weighing i6olbs  of native copper, was exhibited in  the Paris Exposition of 1900.  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-lo- his fellow sufferers the. means of ' cure.  To those who desire il, he will  cheerfully send (free of charge) ��� a  copy of the prescription used, which  they will find a crrre for Consumption, Asthma, Catakrii, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  Maladies. He hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy,, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the prescription, wliich will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will  please address  Rev. Edward A. Wilson,  Brooklyn,. N.Y.  it  o  FRESH  DBESSED 'MEATS  POULTRY OF  ALL  KINDS,  ON HAND,,  L. S c h u 1 z.  1*3 TIL    HAMPTON.  JAMES    DtmiK.  Certificates of Improvement.  The Big Canyon Group.  Macking     Bird       Mineral    <  Claim.  Situate in the Atlin Mining; Division, Cassiar  District. Where located: ���In Itaiuy  Hollow. '  TAKIi NOTICE that I,  Joseph H. Chisel of  Hains Alaska.       ,-��� ���  ���Freo Miner's Certificate No. ElllSO  intend, 00 <lays from the date hereof, to  apply to tlieMinln;; Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining? Cro'vn Grant of the ahove claims.  And further take notico that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this second day of October, a d 1907.  Joseph H. Chisel.  " NSO 9t  .Hug get Rot el.  DISCOVERY   B.    C.  The Bar is Stocked with Choice Goods -  First Class Dining Room in Connection:.  HeADQUATERS  FOR  DIXON   &  SCHUI.Z STAGE.  Certificate of Improvements.  Big Canyon Group:, consisting of  seven claims, situated on Fourth  July Creek, distant about 16 miles  'N. N. E. of Atliu. The ledge is  io to 12 feet wide of galena ore.  There is an easy grade from the  mine to Atlin Lake, by which  loaded trucks could be run down  and empty trucks drawn up  Work: various surface cuttings exposing the ledge throughout the  property, aud a tunnel 150 ft, long  Assays $125.00 and upwards per  ton. Ore on the dump about 300  tons, - ��� ������    -  The Lake View Group.  State of  Montana    Mineral    Claim:  Situated in the Atlin   mining division of  Cassiar   District where located:   Rainy  Hollow.  TAKE NOTICE that I Joseph H. Chisal of  Hains Alaska Free Miners Cetlficato No Bill  80 intend sixty days from the date hereof to  apply to the mining  recorder for a certificate of  improvements   for   the  purpose  of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above Claim  And further take notice that action under  Section 37  must   be commenced before  the  issuance of such Certificate of improvement.  Dated this Second day of October A. D. 1937.  Joseph II. Chisel.  o80-9t  >tove�� and Hardware!  iron piping, steel and bar iron,  dynamite and gelignite,  gasoline:  STEEL SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  T.  Storks in Atlin and Discovery.  Certificate of   improvements.  Lake View Group:of three claims;  the Star Mountian Claim; the High  Ore Claim; the Aries Star Group  of three claims; the Isabella Claim;  and the Eodiac Claim, are situated  on the eastern slop of Boulder  Mountain, between Birch Creek and  .Boulder Creek They are adjoing  properties, coveiing an area of  about 500 acres. A good wagon  road passes within a mile of the  properties and good pack trails  lead to the camps.  On the Lake View, there are two  parallel   veins     traversing the pro  Arizona   Mineral   Claim.  ���  Situated iu the Atlin  Mining Divison  of  Cassiar District where Located: In Rainy  Hollow.  TAKE NOTICE that I Joseph II.   Chisel of  Hains Alaka.  Free Miners Certificate No u 11130 Intend  Sixty days from the date hereoT to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a-certificate of Improvements for the purpose of ohtainig a  Crown Grant of the above Claim.  And further take notice that action  under  Section 37 must be commenced before   the  issuance of such   Certificate   of    Improvements.  Dated this second day of October, A. D. 1907  Joseph, II. Chisel.  o30-9t  perity, about 400 ft. apart. The  lower vein is from 3 to 4 ft. wide  and the upper vein is 2ft. 6in. wide,  Most of the ore is free milling,  On the lower vein there are two  shafts, about 500 ft apart; one is  35 ft. in depth and the other 27 ft.  in depth. A tunnel 151 ft. long  4 ft. 6 in. wide and 6 ft. 6 in. high,  has been driven on the  lower  vein.  The strike of the vein is northeasterly aiid the dip 45 deg, northwesterly. The dump from the tunnel contains about 140 tons  of ore.  The upper vein has been exposed  by several surface cuttings. High  values have, been obtained from  both veins,  f  KSOSH  H*  H. E. BEOWN & CO.  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  latest styles in gent's furnishings  dry goods; carpets, house furnishings,  gold seal hip gum boots and shoes,  full line of miners gloves and mitts.  Stores at atlin and discovery.  <?>������S����������*��0������������O������t�� ��OQ-�� M����H��l��>m��MMMH *-&>  THE   VANCOUVER   HOTEL.  First St.   Atlin B.   C.  CHOICE WINES I.JQUORS AND CIGARS.  First Class Rooms Well Heated  S.   Johnston. Prop.  THE   KIRKLAND    HOTEL.  Jt^&Jtjtjtj&jfi^&tM1  First  Street  At li n   B. C. ATLIN,    B.   C.      SATURDAY,      DECEMBER?,, '   1907.  Local and General News.  If you are sending a Card or a  Calendar out side for xmas, why  not do it now when mails are certain. New assortment for all tastes.  C. R. Bourne.  DISCOVERY,'   B. C.  iiotel  The   Artie Brotherhood.  A well attended meeting was  held in the Hall at Discovery on the  -3rd inst.; when Mr. Walter Cancel-  Ior was initiated into the Mysteries  of the ordei. '     ,  ' ��� '   "  The monthly social meeting  will  be held in the  Hall,   atf^Diseovery  on Tuesday evening the 10th,   inst.  , to whicli all their friend are invited.  ���Fresh       assortment      Lowney'-  creams    and    chocolate'    nuts ��� at  C. R. Bourne.  I'lKST-CLASS DIN TNG ROOM  GOOD CLEAN ROOMS  ONLY  THE   HKST GOOUS  USJiI> AT Till! HAK.  The St. Andrew's  Hospital  Donations. ,  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor.  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. & A. M.  No. 42, G. It. H. C.   r  Itegular communications hold on tho first  Thursday of each month in tho A. O. U. W.  Hall, Third Street.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited,  Tho next regular communication  will be  hold on Thursday, Dpu.Slh (it 7.30 p.m.  By order of the \V. M.  C. R. liOURNE. Sechbtaht.  The trustees of the St. Andrew's  Hospital desire to gratefully'  1 acknowledge]^receipt of a special  Donation of four hundred dollars  ($400.) from the Provincial Government which is in pursuance of the  promise made by Hoii?"''Dr7"Young  when in Atliii last August. This  amounts eveu more then jlthe Hon  Gentleman led us to expect and] is  particularly acceptable at this time  when the revenue of tbe Hospital is  falling off in consequence of the  number of people who have temporarily left the Camp.  The trustees and Staff also desire  to acknowledge receipt of a considerable donation from Mrs Doelker in  the form of many articles useful and  valuable to the Institution.  They further wish to acknowledge  the kindness of certain well-wishers  in Toronto who through Miss Mc-  Tavish have donated a number of  useful articles, amongst which are  an up-to-date washing-machine, a  mangle and' a sterilizer. These  latter articles were presented by J.  K. McDonald Esq. of Toronto,  after whose wife (now deceased)  the "Charlotte McDonald" Ward  was named. Mrs. McDonald, his  estimable wife (while she lived) and  daughter have always taken a deep  aud active interest in this hospital  and have contributed towards its  support in a maimer most grateful  to the Trustees and all connected  with the Institution.  Hotel Dewey, Skagway.���Rates  to suit everybody. Electric lights,  electric bells, steam heat. Free bus.  Everything modern.  WANTED.  The undersigned is desirous of  securing the best possible specimens  procurable of the undermentioned  animals, one .only of each, for  Museum purposes.  MOOSE - (Head) Skull, with  Horns, Hide and Leg Bones, and  Hoofs.  SHEEP - (Head) Skull, with  Hide and Leg Bones, anb hoofs .  LYNX - (Head) Skull, with  Hide and Leg  Bones,   (Complete)  Synopsis of  Canadian nomesteod  Regulations.  /\ NY available Dominion Lands within  _C3_ tho Railway Bolt in British Columbia,  may be honicsteaded by any person who Is  the solo head of a family, or any male over 18  years of age, to the extent of one-quarter  section of ICO acres more or less. '  Entry must be made personally nt tho local  land office for tile district in which the land  is situate.  The homesteader is required to perform  tho conditions connected therewith under  one of the following plans:  (1) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each'year for three  years.  (2) If the lather (or mother, if the father Is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,  the requirements as to residence may be  sutisiied by such person residing with the  father or mother.  (8) If tho settler has his permanent residence upon farming: land owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements us to residence may be satisfied by  residence upon the said land.  Six months' notice in writing should be  given to tlieCoinniissiouor of Dominion Lands  ut. Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at 510 per ucre  for soft coal and ?20 for anthracite. Not moro  than 820 acres can be acquired by one Individual or company. Royalty at tho rate of  ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected on the gross output.  W. W. CORT,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N.U.���.Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. jy21-6m  O. E.  BARBER SHOP.  Canadian Pacific Railway Com pa Ay.  B. C? COAST  SERVICE.  Princess   May   =  DECEMBER.   13    30  ( Sailing from Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct ,to Vancouver  and Victoria.   ���  Transporting by rail or steamer to Sentt.lo without, extra clinrgo  ��� STOP-OVKKS . AbLOWISn..  iclictsto any |:nrt Of the world. -rj   . T?     YX7      T  /-.-nrrl a.  For ratos or information apply to    if/.   JL .     VV .    LOWlt,  * ' Agent, Slcagwny.  <S>-*-*  USE OUR ADVERTISING  COLUMNS  ��H  J. W. THOMPSON, Prop.  FIRST-CLASS SERVICE ONLY  Any person supplying a suitable  specimen of each of the above  animals, or any of them, will re-  cicve ��� reasonable compensation  therefor.  Government Agent's  Office   Atlin,  B. C, Nov.'22nd. 1907.  J, A. Fraser. ���  Govenimet Agent.  Just   in   assortment    of   Glokar  aud Peterson pipes.���C. R. Bourne  Placing before the public  the many  advantages of .  the district is the object of   <  "Oe fltlin Claiiii"  This cannot be successfully accomplished without the generous support of  the business . people and  'i  the residents.  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  -��-��<S>���������������� ������<�������������������������������������>  Why send out whisn you can get goods as oheai' hbke.'  Atlin, Nugget and   Grape   Ringjs-.-nnd all kinds of Jewelry maim  factured on lhe promises.  Flue  New Stock  of   Watches,  Clocks,  Jewelry   and   Diamonds  Watches from $5.00 up. Asents for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoon  JULES EGGERT & SON, m�� and discovkkv,  safety Deposit Vaults      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelr

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