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 M  Y&.  Cj*' FT,,.,..,.**��� *-i       -* r  i*l     is.  i  A  /%'  fear.-..-A  r   ��s    '-t ft?  &.  W*.  T  ^^Legislative ^ x  iT      JAN 6, 1908  tf  VOL.  26.  ATLJN,   B.C., SATURDAY.   DKCKMJiKR :-i,' ,(.107.  NC  4 lo  TKL-EG'RAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting: News   From M.iny Quarters.  [si'r.ni.Mi -ro'Titr'fTi.MM.l  ...��e��   Chicago, Dec. 21st���Tlie most  disastrous storm ever '.mown in history has swept over all of the East ���  cm Slates ' from Texas to Nova-  Scotia,   doing    immcuce    damages.  Railway . traffic is completely  ��� blocked, and main- lives lost.  Sherbrooke, One, - Dec, , 2Tst ���  A. H. Ar.dc.tson, the trasurer of tho  Central Railway, for being $85,000  short in hi�� accounts has been sentenced to 5 years imprisonmet.  Seattle, Washington" Dec 21st���  The Socialists created a riot in  the-public market at Pike Place,  where they attempted to hold a  meeting. After a hard struggle  the police arrested 107 including  Dr. I*. Tilns the leader. The  crowd numbered ten thousand.  Hamilton Out. Dec. 21st���The  Ministe"rr6f "justice will not''grant  Sunficld .1 new trial he must hang  on December 27th.  1D lift   in.* iu:��� n\  mk rogues!  V��}iartilJ!l."ll!i(<s..3 K s&  Uiinlrigham Ala Dec. 2t'ts���Sixty  men were killed by an explosion in  the Yolandc Coal Mine.  Old Point Comfort, W Va, ?rst  ���Sixteen first class battleships of  the United States Navy in command  of Rear Admiral Evans sailed on  inonday for the Pacific Ocean.  Glace Bay, N. S, Dec. srst���D.  M. B urchill formccr Sunt, of  Stores Dominion Coal Company is  committed for trial for enbezzlemcul  Warsaw, Dec. 21st���Sixteen hundred Polish schools in Poland have  been closed. The sum of $ 150,000  in the funds of the Polish Association has been sent abroad to avoid  confiscation.  Montreal-Nov. atst���Thc lion. I  Tarte died yesterday.  Halifax, Nov, 2;.��U--R5   undesirable Bulgarians have been deported.  Sotilhhamton Nov. 2tst���I-I. M.  Torpedo! boat destroyer ���'Tarter"  broke all records the final trials  attaining speed   of  .37.037 knots.  To!-  10 i\o\  !��St  -Mr.  I,  crnscux  has. been assured that Canada will  get exactly Ihe same concessions as  has already been j:  ed Stales,, He as  understanding hit I  ranted  the   Unit-  red  fo  this was1  3r a  written  positiv  ely I'C'ftl  sed,  From time to time the voters of  Atlin have received innumerable:  promises wilh regard to the amcloi-  atioti of Ihe conditions under which  thev labor not oulv for themselves,  but for the advancement of the  whole district.  During election time nothing is  loo good for us, we are overwhelmed  with nice prospects for the future,-  it diamond drill-a stamp mill-a  Governmentassayer-a road to Tag-  ish.-a river made !iavigablc--nreduct-  0:1 freight rates-a reduction on town  lots & eel-why certainly ail these  thing-; shall-be yours! And if wc  had applied for an airship to prospect, and canvas , the district, no  doubt il would have been, duly  ���inflated straight away for tlie gcocl.  stur.cli.wortliy. voters who upheld  the. political banner of. Atliu! .  - These promises have "naturally  raised thi\ hopes that the Dominion  and the Provincial Governments,  were being motcd to give the matters in question their profound con-  "sidcr-'itio::, and-,- ��� would have made  known their decisions long, ere now!  but, nothing more has been heard  of ihe promises, in fact they have  grown so old they are in dannger of  being broken like pic-crust!  But although, these good resolutions have not been put in action,  and have consequently proved no  better than good dreams; Atlin yet  survives the trying ordeal of being  neatly tickled to death by the oratorical feathers, sticking out of this  reputable Christmas Pie.  Now, as \vc have seen this won-  dcrb-.l Pie-is composed of many  nr'rions ingredients, including  plums and candies and spices galore:  and, as it is soon to be opened in session ol" parliament, wc should present our compliment;- the to carvers,  Hon, I-I. Ii. Votsng. M. L. A. and  Mr. Win. Sloan, M. P. to remember  their young folks in Atlin, and, re  nerve just two of theswectest plums  for us, one is called, the "Tagish"  and the other, "Ailinto," and, in  return for the graceful action we  will. no*, promise, but give  them, 'i'htce Cheers and a^ Tiger���  and wish our old political champions���A Merry Christmas and a  Happy New Year!  ���Sail;'Ffofii  Telegraph,  Tiic mail from Telegraph Creek,  which left there on the 10th inst  arrived in Atliu on Tuesday evening the 17th'inst, and reft again for  Telegraph Creek at S. ocloek on  Thursday morning the :9th inst.  . Mr. Warnek, tlie mail carrier,  runs the mail with three flogs, ihe  distance.by the telegraph line route  G��ij����tt$7!��! ^sS^ds^iBi  f,-TZ  The Yukon Silver Copper Co. i".  making good progress iu driving  two tunnels into Tabic Mountain,  great confidence is retained in the  richii'.\--.s o; the rock. The wimp is  situated on Taku Arm; and is only  distant three miles, from Tabu. Mr.  Oliiver, the manager,' visited Atlin  last week.  The IScavis Mine; shaft sinking  operations continue on this 'mine.  The .Big Horn and Plying Eagle  mineral claims,- situated on Big  Horn River, about 8 miles from  Hales City, arc undergoing development, by Mr. Peic-rs. A new  tunnel, above the old_. 100 ft, tunnel  has been driven 35 feet, and will be  extended to ico feet in April, on a  strong lead of well mineralized rock  a consignment of \vliich has bec-n  sent out to a const mill for treatment.  iH  IS  '.'2.:  miles.  ���������On, the route . of the telegraph  line north cf Haslelon. a line man  named Mc Donald was found dead  on Thusday last, an inquest will be  held at Hazlton.  Stockholm Dec. i:.-'h���The embalmed-body of the late King Oscar  is lying in state and imprcsivc ceremonies have been daily -.-bscrvecl.  the whole nation making even-  manifestation of the most sincere  sorrow I"lack is 'displayed everywhere. The funeral will not lake  rjlace for about two weeks.  Love is the great disciplinarian,  the supreme hnrmoni/.cr, (he true  peacrnakcr. It is the. great balm  for nil . that blights happiness or  breeds discontent. It is .-."sovereign  panacea for malice, revenge and all  the btuta! propensities. As cruel ly-  melts before kindness, so the evil  passions find their antidote in sweet  charity and loving sympathy.  Grand Turkey Shoot  Remember! Remember! There  will be a Turkey Shoot at tlie Nugget Hotel on Christina*-. Day, shooting will commence at 10 a. m.  .'-.harp.  TheVVestern  Peel era.t son  of Miner  �����3��  A    eenera!'' meeting will   be  held <\t 4 odock ir. ihe afternoon  Ch  irsr  Da-t  the W   F;  JLVJ  Jiscovery.  Charles  Cairns  ���   SocreUtr  Tlie' ��� Atlin   District-  Board of Trade,  \ Gcural meeting of the Poord of  Trade was h'jlcl al the Conil House  on Thursday, the roth insl at S p. m  Member:-, present were Messrs,  ITalhor-.i, Kggart, Dowling, Pillman  Paxtou, McDonald, Nevil, Conley,  Frascr, Brown, and Anderson.  . Vic President Hathorn in the  chair. The- Chairman read tl-.e  minutes of the last Council Meeting;  for the   information   of  the   Hoard.-  The Chairman drew the allcntiou '  of the Board that paUament meet  on the 16th of January and that  the question of freight rales, and  the ;oad to Tagish, and the Ailinto  River-should be brought to the attention of our representatives with  the view ol some action being taken  during the coming sessions.  Mr. Jules Kggart speaking on  the question stated when MY. Sloan  was here he saw the River and remarked he would see the engineer  on his return to Ottawa and have'  his opinion on it He would suggest  that Mr. Sloan be communicated  with and revive his memory as to  .the promises he made a,ud. that the  .secret ir--- b-r '-.'^'r-'.etcd- to write 1*^-  him.  Mr. K. L. Pillman, spoke on the  freight and transportation rates,  which iu his opinion were too  high,and complaining of the accomodations in the way of road houses  on the Fan Tail Trail.  Mr. F. \V. Dowling replying to  Mr. Pillman stated that was not ihe  fault of our representatives.  Moved by Mr, Kggart seconded  by Mr. McDonald thai these two  ilcras and the road to Tagish be  left in the hands of the Council and  to report their ideas on the subject  to the next, meeting of the Board,  The Chairnan asked if anything  should be said re freight rates.  Mr. F.ggait. wished to know' if  there was anything in the bylaws  governing the order of busines-- at  general meeting'., if so what were  they, as he would iikc to fill up the  vacances in the Council before anything fulher wa-i done.  The Chairman then declared  nominations were in order for election of four members of the Council  the following m.'-nbers were  elected.  O. V. Conley.  D. II. McDonald.  W. G, P.iston.  Harry Brown.  .   Moved .by V. W. Doivling, seconded hy Mr. Kggart that' nomination  close.  Mr. Kggart in moving the ad.  journmt-.it stated he wa-. very  pleased to see such a 'representative'  attendance and hoped all would   en-:  deavoure   to   make    it   a  ittend  point   to  ���egulaih  The meeting -then, adjon  ti! tlie second Thursday in  1 <jo8. ATLIN,   B. C���    SATURDAY,   DECEMBER 21,    1907.  T  ���f"  *"*KG*&  t HE A I LIN CLAI/Yl is pudushed cvcnv Saturday  MortMINC.       MAILflD    mCE    TO    ANY     PArtV   OT  THE  would   ron  no   cents   pen   month ;   33.00   pen  YSAfl.      AriVcnTIOINC BATCi:  91.00 Ptrt INCH EACH  IN3Cr*TION ;   nCADING NOTICES,   SB  CEfiTS  A  LINE.  PrECIAL   HATES    ON    APPLICATION.   -to* ���   BILL-HEADS.  LETTin-HKADS,  JOB PRINTINfi  POSTEH5,  PROGRAMMES,  VISITtHG    CAFtDO,  ETC.,   ETC.  OnoEflS    PROMPTLY    EXECUTED.  PRICES    MODI HATE.  Tiin Atus Claim I'uullghikg Co., Ltd.  W. PoiiliAnO. Git A NT.        MAyAt^it-JmiECTOli.  4J4  biiy4  Christmasjis at hand; which., rc-  calls^lo the memories of Christaius  the happier incidents in their lives  from childhood until maturity and  old age.  The "Welcomes Home;" the family reunions; thejovial socialgather-  ings; the peaceful offerings-;"the gifts  ' of charity; the festive board, the red  berried holly; and, even, the blazing'  plumpudding; they, .one and all, appeal with charming power and fascination to the Glorious Day, that  .gave birth to the "Light that rules  the world!"  Yes, truly; Chirist, the Savious,  Christ, the Anointed; Christ, the  Messiah, was their made manifest  to enlighten "'and s��ve the  world from utter  darkness,  Behold the Man;! who said, "I am  the Way, the Truth., and the Life!"  who. taught of "Faith, Hope, and  Charily;" ^and, that, "God  is Love," and,) who,j;with supreme nobility of character, proved  His words by His actions, to the  bitter yet glorious end. Can we  forget his gentle behests?,' "Rejoice  Mancl;aga-iu, I say. Rejoice!" and  "Remember- me/'  ���Well may Christaius of all denominations gather together in  har.mo.ny .and Rejoice] on Christmas  "Day; and, though, years; of sins,  and^disappoiutnieiits, and sorrows,  inlay have been ^the^o.t and; chilled  the hearts of many, still, will they  ever retain and cherish a warm and  loy.i.ug welcome for the sweet blessings of dear old Merry   Christmas!  a mere bagatelle compared to the  advanatages that would be derived  by the mining industry and the inhabitants of Atlin and the neighboring camps. The fact that it  would obviate the present necessity  of handling freight at Taku, and  then training across,the portage, to  be shipped again, on Atlin Lake,  would alone considerably reduce the  cost of  freightage.  JI has been suggested that the  White Pass Railway Co. is oposscd  to the scheme���for some reason best  known to, themselves;��� but, supposing, such is possibly the case,  surely, the progress and welfare of  the district with its growing mining  industry, would never be allowed  to suffer such an injustice as to be  blocked by a railway company that  has always enjoyed the favors of  Government and reaped great profits at the cost of the mining industry-  We would commend  this  matter  to the immediate consideration of  the mercantile community of the  district, as the navigation of Atlinto  River, would undoubtebly contribute in great measure to the relief of  the situation, and, in the meanwhile  we would also suggest that a petition  be. forwarded to the Government to  aid the district in obtaining the  desired reduction of the present excessive freight rates.  Iu the event of our efforts failing  in the forgoing direction, we might  improve the waterway by 'bi.ll-dos-  ing' some ol the more prominent  rocks as has been done in former  years by private enterprise to the  advantage of the smaller boats and  scows using the River.  ��&0-JHM**����&***&0&��&^^  N. ^WHEELING  Groceries and Provisions  Fre'sh Fruit and Vegetables  Allways   on   hand  The Iron Store,  First Street*  ���5  S*****************^^  POOL  ROQM  GOOD  STABLING  THE GOLD  MOUSE  DISCOVERY, B. C,  THE  MRS.  DINING   ROOM   IS   UNDER   THE   SUPERVISION    OF'  ROXBOROUGH.      GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION  ONLY THE BEST QUALITY OF   GOODS USED AT THE BAR  BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL.  JOHN ROXBOROUGH, PRQPRIETR*  Santa Clans,  Not Deepened Yet  The scheme for deepening the  .AtlintojRiver -.to"-enable the boats of  ���the:'-'"Gleaners1' size to .' continue  ���their voyage through from'Cuircross  to Atlin has not materialised with  ihe rapidity v;& anticipated a year  ago  It w.as then generally''understood  that in pursuance of representations  made by!Mr. Wm. Sloan. M. P. at  Ottawa, that, an engineer had been  deputed to report to the D--minion  .Government 011 the feasibility of the  proposed project Many persons,  ; bicWdingyneu ejcperieiicerl^tw such  matters, are qui.te miaidjuious in the  opinion that the cost to complete  the slight amount of work required  .to deepen the river and construct  jiiP^.ks, .if fount) .necessary, would   .b.e  Chirstmas being the childrens  festival, it is very appropriate that  it should be dominated by the saint  who is the patron of chidren���St  Nicholas--whose name,.amongst ns  is better known as-���Santa Claus���"  or "Father Chirstmas."  How St. Nicholas came to be  adopted as the patron of children is  most interesting. His own childhood was remarkable. Soon after  he was born his nurse prepared to  give him his first bath, and to her  astonishment and no less amazement of the other women in the  room he stood upright in the basin,  and remained standing, iu an attitude of ecstatic adoration, for two  hours. This of course, is the earliest act of his life.  Later on, as he grew up, he  acquired a great knowledge of the  scriptures, and entered a monastery  In due course he became an abbo t  and subsequently an Archbishop.  Now for the legend which has  made him the patron of children.  A gentleman determined to send  his two sous to Athens to be educated, they had to pass on their  way through the town where the  Archbishop lived, .and, in accordance with their farthers instructions  they were to call.on the Holy Nicholas, to obtain his blessing before  proceeding on theirjjouruey. They  arrived a', the town; but as they  were tired they postponed their visit until the following morning  Xbey took  .lodgings  at   a 11 j.n.n,,  northern Brewing Company, Dd,  &ONRAD   WAWRECKA,   MANAGER,  Brewers  of Lager Beer anu  Porter*  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  *ftftnft*#  &*&#*��&9wi*e*&��&^^  ���&9&P&9&&&B&&&&*  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  The Bar is supplied   with   none   but   the   best brands of Liquor*  and Cigars.    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  9  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Prpprjetors.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT  CI.IOI.CL$r WINES, LIOUOHS ANU ClOAKS  IN   CONNECTION.  CASE (J000S A   SI'LCIALTV,  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C. fl.  , AtlvIN,   a. C, SATURDAY, DECEMItKR 2.v,    V907.  and in order to gel possession of their  baggage    the    landlord    murdered  them.    He then    cut   their   bodies  into pieces:   salted   them,   and   put  them into a pickle-tub,   in which he  '  kept pork, as  lie  intended   to   dispose of them in that   way.    During  the night, however, the' archbishop  was voelhsafud-ri aniraculous   vision,  iu which   he   saw   all   the  cerctim  stances of the murder of the youths  who   were   to  have   -besought   his  blessing.    Now it is a   well   known  fact thal'Ja   criminal startled .out of  sleep    is   apt,   if charged with   his  crime,  to be     surprised    into   confession.     The Aichbisliop, went.to  the   mui;clorcr,   charged   him    with  the deed, and obtained from .him  a  complete confession.     Great   is   the  power of truth1 iu  consideration  of  his not denying the crime the Archbishop    prayed  for '.tibe ' murderer,  and    then  -went  lo   the    tub.    He  made the sign of the  cross over  it  aiiul.supplicaledifor ;the   restoration  to life   ofths   two   pickled   youths!  ;So immediate was the response to  the-prayer, .that as soon as the saint  had finished, the mangled limbs  reunited themselves  each to its prop-  ���er;part,   and-  the   youths vwere   restored to life.    They got out of .the  brine-tube,     threw   themselves    at  the feet of the saint,   and   began   to  do   him    homage;    He then     gave  them his benediction and sent them  .-safe'to Athens.'  TO CONSUMPTIVES.  ea<&o*Q<so.*o��ao0*aoD'.>a*c'��$G'&x<��^  >*"-���=;  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 and all throat auditing  Maladies. 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.  i��'  inEHESiB:   PiRESSlgD- MEATS'  POULTRY  OF  ALL  KINDS; ON HAND,  Mr~~~~tnttmr���TrMmriiwi���ii��iiiiiii uu > ip��iiii��iiiiniii in    111 mi iiimkiiiiiiwh i n\   111 m^m iiwiiilwuwi  - L. Schul'z.  ^'^x^>JE^^r^^r^^^^^*^.5^^^9'.^J>^>^^f5 ^tr^-rifir:ffirit'ir^rr*rrrr#yar��r<"*g''i>i  rijit,   n.uii'TON.  JAMES    DURHB-  <*'"*'*���  Certificates of Improvement.  .High   Mass.  Celebration of High Mass, will  pe held in the- Kootenay Hall on  'Chistmas Eve at midnight.; gThe  boys from the Indian School vviTl  take part in the chior. All friends  a-ne"iwellcome to attend, the .'Rev.  iEather Ollard, officiating.  Mactcing    Bird       Mineral       Claim.  Situate in the Atlin Mining Division, Cassiar  District.  ���   Where   located: ���In   Rainy  Hollow.  TAKli NOTICE that I, Joseph H. Chisel of  Ila'ins Alaska.  Free Miner's Certificate Ho. BlllSO  intend, CO days from the date-hereof, to  apply to tlicMininff Recorder for a Certificate oT Improvements for the purpose of  obtniiiin? Crown Grant of the abovo claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of lmproTe-  ments.  .   Dated this second Any of October, n d 1S07  Joseph H. Chisel.  NSO 9t  get Rot el.  DISCOVERY    B.   C.  The Bar is Stocked with Choice Goods  x  - First Class Dining Room In Connection.  HlSADOUATl*RS  FOR  DIXON   &  SCHULZ STAGE.   '  Certificate of Improvements.  Church of England.  .Morning'sevice at ii o'clock on  Christmas Day, in St. Martins  C.luwcb W- C. S. Horthprn, Lay  Reader.  Socialist Equality.  A good story is told by ,the Victoria Week about a well known  socialist leader who is supposed to  ���be a potent factor in" provincial  politics. A few days ago the <reu-  tleman in question went home to  dinner expecting to meet only his  ���wife. As he sat down he noticed  the table was laid for three.  "Are you expecting anyone?" he  .asked his wife.  ' No," she said: "are you?"  "No."  was the reply. '    ,  His wife there upon went into  the kitchen to make inquiries when  she was informed by the cook, a  white woman, that the third place  was for herself as she intended dining with tlie family all times.  ''Are you goiiig to allow it?"  asked  the Socialist husband.  "Certainly," said his wife we  must either change our politics or  lose our cook.  "Done," said the husband and  they lost their cook.  This is a delicious comment upon  the insistent clamour of Socialists  for equality, and should-be noticed  by those who would fain challange  the sincerity of Socialist leaders.  State of Montana    Mineral    Claim.  Situated in the Atliu   mining division of  Cassiar   District whero located':   Rainy  Hollow.  TAKU NOTICE that I Joseph  II. Chlsal of  Hains Alaska "roe Miners CetTficato No Bill  30 intend sixty days from the date hereof  to  apply to tho lniuinfr recorder for a certificate of improvements   for  the  purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of tho above Claim  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must  bo commenced before  the  issuance of such Certificate of improvement.  Dated this Second day of October a. d. 1907.  Joseph H. Chisel,  oSO-St  Moves and Hardware!  IRON' PIPING,   STEEL   AND   BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE.-,  STEEL SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  \;  James T. Regan  Storks in Atlin and Discovery.  Certificate of   improvements.  Arizona   Mineral   Claim.  Situated in tho  Atlin Miniiipr Divlson  of  Cassiar District where Located: In Kainy  Hollow.  TAKE NOTICE that I Joseph IT.  Chisel of  Hains Alaka.  Free Miners Certificate No H 111S0 Intend  Sixty days from the date hereof to apply to  the Mining- Recorder for a certificate of Improvements for tho purpose of obtainii; a  Crown Grant of tho abovo Claim.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37  must be commenced  boforo   tho  Issuance of such   Certificate   of    Improvements.  Dated thli second day of October, A. D. 1007  Joseph, H. Chisel.  oSO-Jt  NOTICE.  At the close of the meeting of  the Atlin Labor Union to be held  iu their Hall at Discovery on xmas  day. There will be a meeting for  the purpose of forming an Assiatic  Exclusion Leauge, all who are interested arecordialy invited to attend  J. Kirkland.  Appropriate Holiday Gifts for all  at C. R. Bourne's  H. E. BROWN & CO.  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  c  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.  <$�����������������'>��������������������������<'>���������� *-��Q<z>* ���������������� ��-��-��-��-���-��-��-��-��-��-�� �� �� �� ��� ��� ��fr  THE   VANCOUVER   HOTEL.  First St.   Atlin B.   C.  CHOICE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  First Class Rooms Well Heated  S.   Johnston. Prop.  THE   KIRKLAND    HOTEL.  J* 6** <$��� U* t& Jf> &S* t�� <&  First  St reet  Atlin   B. C.  Good    Accomodations Neat  Clean  Rooms.  ALEX.   SMITH.  PROPRIETOR.  . "��jv ATLIN, B. C.  SATURDAY, ��� DECEMBER 21, 1907.- '  Local and Gen era I New?:,  Joe Trabor and partners hail a  very'satisfactory clean up early this  week.  Mr. John Iliac!: of Boulder Creek  visited Atlin last v.vck.  Fresh assortment ' Lowney'-  crcams and chocolate - nuts at  C. R. Bourne.  TKs   Artie Brotherhood. ,  A general meeting of,the Arctic  Brotherhood will be held iu ilie A.  0. U. W. Hal! at Atlin on Saturday  evenirtq- the 28 th inst.'  Just in assortment of Gloknr  and Teterson pipes.���C. R. Bourne.  Cfiisimas Tree Al Discovery  A Christmas tree and entertainment will he held at the St. Andrew's Presbyterian .Church on  Tuesday the .?lttli inst at 8. p. 111.  Admission 25 cents.  Mf. Fred Lawson, the holder of  claims in the vicinity of Big Horn  is out ona hunting and trapping ex?  pilition.  Turkey shoot at the ��� Nugget on  Christmas Day.    .  . Arraugtrsents are being made for  a Chirsmas Tree ' in Discovery on  Chrismas night. All are invited to  be present and spend a social evening, admission ,50 cents.   ���  The afternoon and evning services of Sunday Dec. 29 th inst.  Discovery and Atlin   will  he  made  appropriate to the Christmas season.  A.  M. Ross Pastor.  Wc regret lo state that. Mr. J"-".  Roselli of the Kootauay Hotel, is  confined to his room with an attack-  cc of rheumatism'  The Temperatures for the  Week  Knding December the* 20'h 1907.  max. min.  14th       14.0 0.0  i."jtu      15.0 6.0  16th       i.po 5.0  17th       31.0 . I-l.O  tSth      3,vo 30.0  19th      31.0 2S.0  ���30tll 30.0 2T..Q  mSCOVUKY,   I!, c.  !--ll!ST-C:i..',S.-: DINING  ROOM  ink)'.) UU'AN ItOOMS  om.\   Tin-; i}i-;st q< >o ns  Usui) at Tin-; r.AK.  ED.   SANDS.  Proprietor  '..�� ATLINTO LODGE  ' /^;iV\ ' .'A. F. &. A. M.  '^ffi^^'        Ko.��.O..R.II.C.  ��" X^VX llctftilftr  oonimittilen-  \Z~       * timm hold  (in.flip   first,  Tlnirsilny of c.-.ofi month In   the   A. ()'. U. 1Y.  llall. Third Street.  Ylsirins brethren ronllnllv InrtTeiV  Thi' V..1T.X, ropriila'" i-niniiiiinl'.-n'lon  ���*>-ltl  he  h.-'ld cm T!si::-;i!a.v. I)i-c.^"tli  al 3      |i.in.  Hy order of the W. M.  C. II. |{t)IlR**15. Sr.CRRTART.  Canadian Pacific  Railway Company.  M'-*i.TC?-j:,*,j!LiJ.1  i-sjr^a:rr.fwT..T:��'rj**^jT*a'yt/.**ju,.��^r^i-.j,��-^  B. C.   COAST   SERVICE.  Princess   JMa/y  , DEOo 30 JAN. 13  Sailing from Skagway O p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver  and Victoria.  Trr.ti��portlri,i hy r.itl or steamer to Seattle without. c-Mi-.-i chiir^o  r. STOIMIVKKS   AI.'.0*iVI'I>. i'  i '  l��Uefstn��r,yf��rTortT,!.W��.rl.l. p     T-      XTf      T I   ���   ,  |i*or rutes or information niiply to     A.  .    X.  . ���    v ��   .    J.Lt\.s \\ ) *C-,  AkoiiI . SldUT'viiy.  ^.���r-K-^.(r?c-crJ=-t?-.^:s^*xw^  Sy.iop.-ils of  diRRdian  fiaRlsslend   stequlation**.  A SY uvailn!>lc^ Oomlntoti t.ftni WitMn .  ^C"A_ tlmlliuhvay Helt in liritisli Criluiiililn  iiiny Ijf liomestcii'leJ liy--.tiypcr-.iin who Is  thu sole hand of 11 fn.mil>-, or nny m.��.!e over IS  yours of iif-p��� to the extent of one-iuiarser  section of 100 e.crr:; more or lr,s.i.   -  Kntr.v muot ho m.iilc personally f*.t ttis 1os��l  land oHicn for the district in which thel.-ynl  issitr.nto.  The htimcsrfsil'T lr. r-n'-i'rfil Tn nsrfofm  the conditions connected thcrcT. ith iimlcr  one oC the following plans:  (11 Ar lea-=t si:* months' rr-xtilenr.": npoti am"  eiiltlvntioii o; the hind inc.-ieh year for three  ^SSi*?  USE OUR ADVERTISING  ���    "COLUMNS  '  '  --���<">��-  Placing before,the public  the many advantages of  the district is "the object of  Atlifi School Closed.  (���:) If the father (or mother, If the T.itTier Is  deceased) oT the homesteader reside* npnti a  I'lirm in the vicinity of the lntnl entered for,  tin; rciiiiiren-.ents as to resilience may hr  NnfNflciIh.vs-.irli person rcslilln? with the  Hither or mother.  (3) If the so'ilrr h.-.i lit.' pffrnftfiStir r��.-1-  dr.-n'c r.poii fiirmlii-- Iniul o-.vned hyhlinln  l!i�� vii-inllyol' Slip lio:;-.es:e:\d, the rcnnlre-  rne::*.s lis to rt"'ilenc-i* me.y !)���" se.tlnfled hy  i-.-^idcni-e upon the snid !?.:id.  Six inoiilh��" notlee In wrltlriR shoitW he  ^ivt'Ti tothi-Comitu^ioiiorof Uotninlori Linn's  ul lUtnivii of intpiition to nppl.v for pntent.  Co;'.! luntls ;n:\y t.-e ptirehasrd nT .?-IOpsr .icte  toi'sii'l eon! mill "^nforiinthraplle. Not more  fhnii "*'��� iiri-r-s c.-in Ijoiicfinlrnil lij-one lmll-  i-iiluiil or <-o!iip.".ny. lloynlty at the mte of  ten <-.'lit.-; prv ton ��.'f -.0I!!J pnntnls ':hnll he r.ol-  lor-rcil on the irrois ontpnr.  r,'. -v.cort,  neimty oT the MlnlsJpr of the Ti-.Tfflor  N..n.���Urinitth'irlr.r-il puhllcnrlon of tills nd-  vertl-i'-nif-iif will not lie. puid for. jy21-6in  j. W. THOMPSON, Prop.  FIRST-CLASS SHRVICK ONLY  The ckvliif.: cr'crciseii lic'ul at the  public school ycslcr^dy *.vt?re wr-i'  atlcndccl by pare:1.'.-; and others  i ntcrestct'i in th. : v.otk of tho school.  The children have shown thctn-  Kolvrr, apt scholars; andin tlre^j.-run-  j:;nl*ons in the- different liraiu.-lK-*-  thcy.i-hov.'ed marked nroiv v.-v; ;���:������ :t  rcull of their 'Indies ' dni'sn-*; th<i  tertn.'.tust cloned. At the coiu:lt;*-;-j ~  ion' of   the   e>:ercw-i   the   scholars i '.  '., rj-��� "  ..vore addressed by. Mr. J. A. Fnuw j || ||/4p^ %p  Oovcnnneiit   Atjent;   Rev,    A.   M. ,  Ross,   and    M.C   V.   VV.    Doivliug ! ��� (f|ipllf NS f%iIS^  Trustee.    Tv.choflhcse  gciitleiiisi. j W-    ^"S ^^1^^��  paid a tribute to tlie excellent work ' , r<,.���r<-^       n;-l*  <-��r     o-       m    ,0���,i,���r    :��� it,,'   The     AdiP,      SKaung      !\inh.  of Miss Piiico, the teacher,    m  ilv {  term now closed, and complimented f _       ~'~~ \nr  iitir   and her pupils as on the creel-!      , bliAuTIH-JL'       ICJi.-  itabU; result oi  iiit-ir labors   The| Music in AUendance  oxerciseM wcie isronghi. to n ci;..'.i.. by i  the .siin?in^'tif ihr.' National Anthem i 0 I1', C K M \'> V,  R     :: i ;'-t  u  ft  fTH-ftSa&A ^^  This cannot be successfully accomplished without the generous support of  the  business  people and  the residents.  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  ���> fa  Isefi mi; Ornamental Goods  ���thHm^yi��>v��ra.unR��.n^^!',>'H-WM,r>���vnmwwwi  JTti v sr.si) ot'T r,-itr.n vnij cas <ir.T ncwiuts AncitKAv tir.t(R.'  A'Jlrt. Nustjet. and   Grape   Rinys  n"d n't lunds of  .lev.-elry iii.mih  ���-:        fi'.eUircil on the pi-n/nises-.  l-'lne   Nov,- Stoels  of   Watches,   Cloclts,  .Jewelry   atul   Diamonds  IVa.'elieK from .*.").()() up. Airenls for Coliiinbhi Gramophones.  S:Ivaf.wtare,'Ctit GI-i��ts,rWnr,d Painted China, Souvenir Sj.ecn  imj ��-\,-i     p n p T*- fT^-'Ti"'     f     ("fD-M  MjjLtlS   iiy<?]iifiMjl    &   S(ifn,   atlin am�� niscovnuv,  ��;-,��.-., n.l-^."-*j-u:t��-       Wakhrriakers.'and Manufacturing Jew'crs  A  m  ��� ���������  m  glMUUlMUUUMUUAUIHJllUUIUUWUNLlI  ;  11


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