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 ��y  lit  1 it  m  r��i.*4'��ni<*<ys ��^J'**-'W��V--*'ii'.^-*-ft^fiai^J5>S^  ^  ;.^f\^-,',-l,Vj '-o^x  >'  .'V  <$���    rr    -. , jqo  ���3   ri-'-' -  '-   WOT'\-- /v. v -^  $>   /,  4  VOL.  iq.  ATLIN, B. C,, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, .906.  NC. ra-i  ;#���*>  h'Z  P '  |,i  7'  I- I  '���('  TELEGEAPHIC.  I-' .r  u  '1'  ���  71  I-i1;  :>*���"���  '/"  '���'/���  CHRISTIAN, IX.  'KING OF DENMARK"'  ���   'DIED MONDAY.!  IFrederick VIII. has '.Been Proclaimed as   the 'New  .Danish King. ,  -  -ai7 PERSONS WERE DROWNED    .  .IN THE VALENCIA WRECK.  An 'Official  Investigation   Ordered'  r   ' From Washington.  .���"Passenger Trains Collided and Four  ' Persons Were Killed���Franee  and Venezuela  Next--Joseph'  -  Chamberlain ;for Leadership���  ,      * '��� - ,  Murders,  Assassinations  andv  Executions in Russia.  [SI'KCIIAti TO .1'tin CLAIM.]     '   1  Copenhagen, Denmark, Jan. 30.���  King Christian IX.,' ok Denmark,'  ' died on Monday from a sickness of  but a.few>hours duration. .He had,  been in apparently good health until  during his noon lunch.011 ithat day,_  when he complained of not feeling,  well-and retired to his bed-chamber  to rest. The court physicians were  immediately summoned but.in spite  of all their, efforts to resuscitate the-  stricken monarch, he'passed away-  duruig-tbe afternoon.  .Prince Royal Frederick, aged 62,  King Christian's eldest son, and  who will be titled Frederick VIII. r  has been proclaimed the new 'King  -of Denmark.  [Christian IX. --was :born on the'  :8th of April, 1S18, and was by birth  Duke of Sckleswig-Holstain-Sonder-  imrg-Glucksburg. ., He':succeeded  -to the throne of Denmark by virtue  of treaty and the lawof ithe Danish  ���succession on the death of -his'kins-'  ���man, Frederick VII., in. 1863. >He  ���married Princees Louise of Hesse-,  -Cassel, who died Sept. .29th, 1858,  -and by whom he had six children,,  as follows: Prince Royal Frederick,  Alexandra, Queen of* Great Britain  and Ireland; George I., the King of  .the Hellenes; Dagmar, Dowager  ���Empress of Russia; Thyra, Duchess  of Cumberland, and .Prince Waldc-  imar. Frederick VIII., the new  King of Denmark, was born in  1S43. In 1869 he married Princess  ���Louise of Sweden and Norway and  has four sons and four daughters.���  -Ei*.]  Spokane, Wash., Jan. 30.���The  -Great Northern west bound flyer  .collided with an eastboiind passen-  .ger train a lew miles'from this city  Jate this afternoon. Although  names and full particulars have not  ���-as yet been obtained, it is known  that four .persons were instantly  killed and many others were severely injured. Who the fault, if any,  lies with is not known at time of  wiring.  , Curacao, Venezuela, ,Jan. 31.���  President Caslrcis at present visit-,  itig and-inspecting all the Venezuelan ;gairisons, and both in them,and  elsewheie .-extensive 'anil elaborate'  preparations ,-ate< rapidly Hearing  completion ' in order, to oTfer a stiff  resistance ,lo tlie anticipated general'  invasion   of   the   country   b}-   the'1  annies'of France.      ' ���      ��� 1  . -    ���   - ''  London, Jan. 31.���The'rumblings'  which   have   been^. heard   of  late  against the continuation oftkeiHon.'  r  A. J. Balfour as 'leader of the "Unionist party ' continue to'.increase  both in number" and'in volume.' A  -large majority of the .Unionist press"  and .also .many prominent men of,  that-party-are persistent in the demand that the Hon. Joseph Chamberlain be-advanced to-.the Unionist;  .leadership.     * .       ,      -  .It has beeu announced that parliament-will assemble on Tuesday,  Feb. T3th, when,the speaker will ba  elected.     " ' -    (   ,  The -standing 'of'the-respective  parties a't present isros follows:.Liberals, 371; Unionists, i57;-3*7ation-  alists, 82, ^and Laborites, 50.-There  are -still ten polls.to.be.heardirom..  t  - Vancouver, B.-C, Jan..31.���The  steamship'Valencia, which foundered near;Point Beale lighthouse on  January 23rd,,had.on board 94.passengers, and her officer's and crew  number -6o -persons. 'Fourteen of  the passengers and twenty-three of  "the crew succeeded in reaching land'  alive. The remaining T17 people  are all believed to -have perished.  Up to date the bodies of twenty-one,  of those 'who were drowned have,  beeu recovered. '  Riga,'Jan. 31'.���Yesterday a large  mob of frenzied people attacked the'  prison here, ai-ii deliberately shot  down all the sentries. -They afterwards entered the prison and set at  liberty many political prisoners.  This morning while out driving  in the city Count Lamsdorff and  Baron. Roenne were attacked by-a:  number of revolutionists and moist  foully murdered.  Tiflis.Jan. 31.���Disturbances are  still quite frequent .-in .this locality  and seldom a day passes but what  one faction -or another makes murderous attacks on government officials. General -Griaznoff, chief of  staff to the .Viceroy of the Caucasus,  was murdered by an anarchist yes'  terday afternoon as he was entering  his carriage while .in front of the  ���viceroy's palace. The .assassin  threw a bomb which exploded .at  GriaznofTs feet. The -coachman  and a Cossack, who was nearby,  were also killed and .the carriage  was demolished.  Brussels, Jan. 37.���A^couference  has been called to meet in .this city'  for Abe >��� purpose of considering-the  present serious state of the; .Jews >iu  Russia. The immediate .establisk-  ment of an international committee,  whose duty il will be to watch and  advance   the .interests of all of the.  Russian'Jews, will be advocated by  many of the prominent.men .of that  race.,  London, Jan., 31.���rMr. Thomas,  Iliggins, liish Nationalist, and who  was yesleiday elected to represent-  the .constituency of .North Gal way,  in-the English House of .Commons,  was .this .morning found dead in.  bed from' heart failure, aud which is  attributed to-.lhe.excitemeut caused;  by his campaigning during the,  election.  St. Petersburg, Jan. 31.���The1  news ha-s 'just been received here  thal-the town-of Gomel is at present'  hi-Hames and threatened with total  destruction. ' The despatch also  state that fierce fighting continues'  in and about that place between  ���the government tioops and-the revolutionary hordes, the 'latter having1  recently-been greatlj'Teiuforccd -by  the peasantry. , 1  Butte, Mont., Jan. -3-K.���Senator  Clark's Butte Reduction Works,  which were -'the 'largest aud most  costly plant of the kind in this state,  were yesterday afternoon'totally destroyed by fire. The loss, which  is partly covered 'by.-insurance, will  exceed-half a million dollars. >��� ���'  St.    Petersburg,-  'Feb.    1.���The1  government "tioops and  police con-*  itinue to make numerous discoveries  -of secretty concealed bombs,   bomb  /factories,   'depots of arms and munitions   or   war,  'the-manufacturing  and collecting of which   has   been  the work of both the anarchists and.  ��� revolutionists.      These   discoveries  have  not been-confined to any particular   province,   but   'have   been  made   throughout 'the 'length and  breadth -of the "Russian empire.  San .Francisco, "Feb. n.���As the  result of a "fire winch occurred in  the hold of "the'United States "transport Meade while she-was -lying at,  her -dock in -this-harbor last night;  three meulare dead, .twelve others  were overcome by ''the heat and  flames'and are still-in -a critical con-:  'dition, .While four other seamen are  missing. 'The .cause of the fire is  not known. The Meade was due  to sail today for Manilla .with army  supplies.  Tokio, Feb. 1.���l*t was officially  given -out .here today, that Admiral  Togo, the commander >of the Japanese-navy, will-visit America dm--,  ing next April. ;  Loudon, ,Feb. 'i.���Lord Rothschild will, in the near future, send  .two hundred families of English  Jews to-Canada at his own personal  expense. Besides -outfitting them  all -with, large .quantities of food,  clothing, etc., each head of a family  will, -on arriving hi Canada, be provided .with a-situation.  Warsaw,. Feb. 1.���This city has  for some -time past witnessed almost  dail}* the execution of anarchists.'  During the last fortnight fifteen  anarchists, all of whom were Russian Jews, have been condemned by'  court-.marJinl and shot.  Washington, D. C.,T*eb. r.���jTlae  United Slates government, at present iu session, has ordered -that an  investigation be held immediately,  into the cause of tlie recent wrecking of the American steamer .Valencia near Ca*>e Beale, Vancouver  Island. Particularly close enquiry  will be made-into the conduct, of  the officers -and crew of the lost  vessel, as well as that'-of-.the officers  and crews of the steamers and tugs  which were sent to her assistance.  Curling: News.  Two   Atlin   Rinks Visited  and  Defeated Discovery���Local Events.  On Saturday last the two local  rinks which ha'd the previous week  been defeated on their own ice by  the Discovery'beasoro and stane enthusiasts, journeyed to our sister  town an'd '-evened-up things by administering two defeats to their former vanquishers. The following  were the contesting links and their  ���respective scoies:  C. Hickman J. Cummings  W. Ii. Victors     W.-Owen' '  *M.-R. Jamieson   :E."Ridd  Fetherstonhaugh D. Ross '  ��� .6  -2.T .  P. Hampton   .  V.'Trotman  J. Cartmel  C. Gilmour���T2  C. R.'Bourne  J. A. Fraser  'A."J. Burnside S  'J. Stables     ���17  The next meeting between these  rinks promises te be quite inslcrest-  ing as, each having won one game,  they will severally be desirous of  'capturing- the rubber.  Wilkinson  car*.  On Friday evening of last week  E. Ridd and F.'W.'Dowling played  their.match in-the first draw of this  competition, the former winning by  a score of 9 to 4.  C1/015   SCIIIvDTjTJ"  JIATCHKS.  On Monday night;,'last the rinks  oi" C. R. Bourne and Fv. 'RosseHi  played a well contested-match. The  score was 14 to i-o in favor -6T Mr.  Bourne's rink.  -Tuesday evening Ross' stalwarts  warmed the jackets of J. A. Fraser's  combination  to the tune of iS to 6.  On Wednesday evening the rinks  of Jas. Stables and']'". Rosselli met  iu' a club schedule match. Although "the hitter's bunch onby claim  to -be ".scrubs," they succeeded iu  defeating tlieir opponents by nine  points to five.  The following are the games oT  this schedule set for next week:  Jan.   5���Ross vs. Bourne,  do   -0���Fraser vs. Stables,  do    7���-Rossclli vs. Ross,  do     9���.Stables vs. Bourne,  do   ro���Rosselli vs. Fraser.  The members of the Arctic Brotherhood, of Discovery, have challenged the A.-O. U. W., of Atlin,  to a game of curling, to lake place  at Discovery week after next.  A'luuifber of-onr ratepayers attended at the-court house on Saturday morning -last and elected Uie '  following to be fire wardens for tbe,  ensuing year: Messrs. E. L. P-E&--  man, F. W. Dowling and Eire'ClHifiw  G. Kindle.-.-..  :'-'l I",-'.'"' '"
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The Mm Claim,
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W.. PoT.r,.Miru'   G:*ast.    I!i>ito]:-Ma8agci!.
Venes-nelri: and. France G-videutly
intend', to-give this-old world another
exhibition ofi the- "survival of the
Attest.'"
©ffwhac use-was-that Hag-ue conference anyway ?
The talegraphic indications- from
Hondon- are- tha-t the SBon. Joseph
Chamberlain will', shortly attain the
leadership- of tha- opposition-iu the
English Common*)-
Wc agree with- a.cGiitemporan'
which- remarks- that Dr. Osier, who
is out as-a. champion of Chamber-
lhin's- Ssoal. programme,, evidently
thinks. tSat ffea trade has about
reached! his age-limit, and. ought to
be chloroformed.
Russiai might' ha--e- baen- further
ahead'if;" instead' of" going   to   war
with tlie Japanese; she had remained*
at home and'employed  her  energy
iii pacifying her com-monipeopla-ancL
also in lectifying the- wrongs-which,
have   for   centuries- beeii practicedi
against those, whom her. bureaucracy.
disdained   to   recognize as- having,
human—*et> alcna- personali—nights.
But-.vhile her-back was turned, the
lid' slippad.- offi" and. the pot-, boiled
over..   Although she. is now vainly
endeavoring, to replace-the- ildi and
thus- C3iitiuua- the stewing process,
it is possible- that, tbe   people   will
eventually succeed in defeating her.
projeeb and. thereby hasten the- end
by placing, the-pot on thclidi
,i!ie -"•• civ Y--i !•  Post  takes - the   foL-
ilowii'g:    "Can you. lake your warm
overcoat bfic?"' .;s-ks-lhe in-fanis-' nais-
.trcss..    ,xYes.M replied the.'dii'kliic'n.
."Can the bear take his- wa-uni ®-ver-
co.it off?''     ''N.o,'" replied the children. - Asked    for   a. reason,, one of
tht hopefuls replied, '-''Please, teacher, because only God. knows "where
'tlio   buttons- are"'!:   Another-little
'one is  told  thai while lhe! peacock
has  a. beautiful; tail,  "the   peahen
lias no taiL to speak, of."'   Ha reproduces ' this-   something    like   this:.
."The peacock Iras tv  hccutil'u*   tail;,
■the   peahen    has  a. tail   loo,, but it
must  not  be talked about"'!.   History,, of course,, becomes- iuicresting
,'in the-rewcili'ig by school children..
Here   is- tha  story of Heiny VIIL
and Anne-of "Cleves;    Her   portrait
greatly   flattered,   her,,   bci    when
Henry actually saw   her  he was-so
"disillusioned that, according to   one
•budding,   historian,,   he   cried   out,
"Farewell,, a long farewell-'''!:   Very
.quaint,   too,   is-tihe statement of the
little  lad. that   the ancient Br.ii.ons
stained, their, bodies- blue- from   the-
jtiice  of a. plants calk-d woad, "obtained, from the tree 'of nolledge   of
;good.   and   evil."'    Best of all, "perhaps, is-this- definition:.   Teacher—
"Can   any one- tell me- the name of
.an implement ofhusbandry ?"' Little
jgirl—"Please, sir, a widow"'!1
Why sijsd ot;x wni'M vnu cA.-t f.-r.T noons ak ciiii.U' iintsi:?
Atlin, Nugset and' Craps   Rings  a-n«l :«H .kr.-uls tif ."o,wi!?r.v riiunii '
Pact n red un tin.- ir.-cniKiW.  '
l'ino   *"i--.v  Stock  ol'   Watches,  Clocks,  Jewelry   iuul   Diamonds
Wii"dio.-) from sr>.(l(i nji.       . Airi-tits I'oi- Colimih'ii ('mtinopliniics. '
Silverware,- Cat Glass, J-iansl Painted CJiina, So«<Etnir Spoons
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Safety Depo3Pt .Vaults.
,     ATJ.IK   AND  MIKUOYK"'""",
Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwclrs.
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they   are   W.ltlh.   for   V.    ^^argainS
1!~ iH i N 6 ©   Hats ssss d Dry Goods,
Gaxtsets and House FstipnZ&liiaifjSa
FULL   "UNE    O'F    BOOTS    ami->   S HOI'S,
„m.s©*   GOLD    SRA'3,    llJj'P    GUM    HOOTS.
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Successors to  J.
Atlin and'
• ^   Biscovery, B. C.
H. Richardson.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company.
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The happiest, man in the-woi I'd is
the common,. Q*.\ery.-day, chap who
makes-liiis owm living,, pays his-bills
audi has- a little money as-he goes
along).but who doesn't strive lo get
a:comsr: on tha-loaal output and' is
neither a ""■lave to ambition1 nor so*
oiety.. He.lbves-liis-God.and fellow-
men, thinks "there is no place like
home," the havciu of rest;, prefers
the company of his-wife aud children to- that of. any 011a else, ncven
has to sit up-ati night, to.poultice hi*-;-
conscience,.believes- in the doctrine
of live and. let. live, and when lie
encounter'-- one.- ol the needy, he
doesn't.irtuttenover his-pookctbook.
The-plain lunibis happy because-he
is satisfied and. doesult. spend, the
besh part of his life yearning, for
something, four, sixes too- large, for
him 1 — Jix..
1 YOU MUST DIG.
Dig!. c        .
Success- nuggets- do- not lie-scattered'about the surface soil of the
business gold- mine. Work hard,
Relentless,, pick audi shovel w.ork
alone unearths-life's greatast prizes.
Ju6t as the diamond' lies hidden
in the-bowels-of mother earth—-just
■as the- peari* rests concealed' in the
jbed of the-ocean,, so success iien-dor-
imant and1 bes'ondi reach, of him- who
'does-not strive to-secure it.
• Opportunities, like- precious- j'ew-
iels, are- ali' about us.. Ikifc only
'effort—steady, ceaseless, whole soul-
ad effort.—can dig them out and
jsecure- their value-.
■ Quit scraping over the-value of
'your business chances;: quit- remaining content with the pay-dirt on the
outer edge.*> of your- commercial
:prospectSi There is-' a nugget in
[every opportunity—if* you only dive
'deep enough to get it.
• And don't merely dig without
'aim. oi" method'. Just" as the miiner
assays-his claim, before-he- sinks his
shaft, so shouldi you- probe each
business possibility before you begin
to work it.
hirst locate your claitm—3»our
main chance. Then prove it.. Then
plan your system-to* work it. Then
take off'' you*-, coat and—DIG.—
Commercial.
jri-iviisiiorinii
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February   tlth   and
Snir.'np; drain Sk*§rway 8 p.m.
Direct  to- Va-neouver  and Vielorra.
by vtii-li o?- aSeasiey t« Seattle without extra eltOTge,
SStha
Wc sr-ve-ciJiiclk service.     No intermediate cnlls.
For rai:es or riiforiaa-ti'sti applly to
H. B. Dunn,
Asent, SknKwnj.
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VJI m^7.  nCnrf-Vr. (���!�����*.��*> ,m  :^jr-r:^*ri^'*gwtugr^  ***��iiK,**vlH.iMlr\tia2uitiirmwut<!i  li  M   '-'  !',<���  k'iii  U:  I'-'I  iVf  i-vA  '*����  ATLIN,   B. 'C,   SATURDAY,   .FEBRUARY  1906  Hockey Notes.  Local  Team   Challenges Discovery  Club to a Match. ',  , We, have been requested to publish the following challenge, which  explains itself:  l'\ V. Miller. Esq., captain   Discovery hockey team:  Dj'ai- Sir,���I am '-instructed   by  the Atliu Hockey Club to challenge,  your club to a friendly game of hockey on the Atliu  skating, rink   011  Saturday,   Feb.    17th,   1906,   al   2  j).111.    We would suggest that teams  consist of"six men each.     While wc  are   open   lo  your suggestions, our  1 choice   of referee  would   be K. M.  Wilson, of Tin-: Ati.in Claim.  ���  Respectfully yours,  ,      O. W. Ror-cic. ��� '  Atlin, B. C, Jan. 31, '06.  From the Waste Dump.  The local hockeyists will have a  team practice this afternoon a 20'-  clock. and they arc desirous that  everybody in town who can handle  a stick will turn out and assist them  in working out.  The Discovery boys have already  had several good practices and'we  have been given to understand that  they are now in shape to give a*  good account of themselves.  Too Late for Any.  The veteran circus actor threw  his pink silk tights over a black  velvet cuslion.  "Barnum?" he said. "I' knew  Barnuni well."  He took a brown book out of his  piuewood chest.  "Barnum's reminiscences," he  said. "Barnum's bopk. Never  read it, eh? , No, I expect not. It's  out of print.  "When those reminiscences first  were published, Barnum was a  proud aud happy man. He gave  away free copies to everybody he  knew. One night, when I was  with him, he thought he would  give a copy to the cabman who was  taking us home.  " 'Like reminiscences ?' he said to  the man:  " " 'Thank ye,' the cabman answered. "Thank ye, sir. But it's  too late. I'm afeard the saloons is  all closed.' "  The Constant Advertiser.  "Tis the constant drop of water  Wears a hole in solid stone;  'Tis the constant knaw of Towscr  Masticates the hardest bone;  'Tis the constant wooing lover  Carries off the cooing maid;  And the constant advertiser   ���  Is the man who gets the trade.  Foi tunc Hunter���There are some  people: who are just crazy ou the  subject "How to make a fortune."  Heiress���Yes, but I am only interested in how to keep one.  Optimist���-."My, how times have  changed 1 Once they used to fine a  man for kissing his wife.". Pessimist-���"Yes, but I suppose they will  soon be offering a reward for, anything of the sort."  "I don't believe Carnegie wants  to die poor.." "But hey says he  does." . '"Yes, but he-hasn'tstarted  a;paper."  " '���    ���������'"'���.   '���.-., ;.-*     ���'������',  The following story is ,told of  August Heinze, the Montana copper magnate, who won the suit  against the Amalgamated copper in-  teicus for the possession of the Minnie Hcrily mine: 1 , ,  Shortly after Heinze commenced  work on the Gallagher mine, near  Unite, he ran,up a bill with a grocer  lor supplies, candles,, powder, tools,  and so on, to the tune ol sonic $500.  Turning to' one of his clerks one  day the grocer said: "Billy, go  down to the mine on the flat, where  that young , fellow Heinze is working and sec what kind of ore he has  mined." Tht: clerk came back and  reported that Heinze had a beautiful  bunch" of ore on the dump. The  grocer swore out an attachment and  sent it down by a "deputy sheriff to  levy ou his ore. "The deput5r came  down to the shaft, saw Heinze, and  said he would be back iu half an  hour wilh some wagons. As soon  as his back was'turned Heinze'lean-  ed over the shaft and shouted to his  partner: "Oh, Jack, come up at  once!" When his partner 'got on  top "Heinze said: "Now, pitch in  and work as yon never worked before." The two' men, by a Herculean . effort, moved the ore and  filled the platform with waste rock.  None but a thoroughly trained  miner can tell the differeuce.between  ofe and waste. When the 'deputy  sheriff cauie'down with his. carts he  proceeded to-, load them up with  waste and carted it off to the smelter. A week later the grocer telephoned the smelter and asked what  returns were coming from the  Heinze ore. "Returns?" came the  reply. "Why,' you've sent us the  blankety-blankest lot of waste that  lies out of doors! We've got a big  bill against you for smelting  charges!"     ���  Three months-later, when he was  ready, Heinze paid the grocer his  account.  ATI  HRADI  <&"&''  ��  &'   -J>   ���*   -f-   <$>   -J*   v*��  TO  MAKE ROOM FOR   '  LARGE SHIPMENTS OF  ry  9.'  Gents  JPurn things,-  <*ca.  4  Which  will  Arrive  Shortly,  We  Have  Deoided  niMj rcDruary  ^^^AAArV^/^AA/v^AAA/^A/��>A(V^AA(��v*��  ie Im, fiotel  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly  First-Class  Hotel.  Dining-Rooni iu connection.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.   ���  ***#*P*#******.W'*'il"****'��'^^  Hampton   &.   Durie, Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPKN DAY AND NIGHT.  FH'S'P -CLASS RESTAUR AWT  IN     ���  CONNECTION.  llc-u<l(iuurtei-s for Uixon's stugo.  se ��� Lines1-  Every Article  in' these   Lines  has  been   Marked  Down  to  PRICES   Which  Cannot  Fail to" Please  Everybody.  &S*      ft?*'      S^*      V&      Z4^t      s^p*      t��r*  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OP ALL.  KINDS,   Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER    Manager.  -SUCCHSSOKS  TO-  THOMAS    &   BENWELL,  Wholesale  Wine   and   Spirit - Merchants.  USHER'S   WHISKIES.  Vancouvkk, B. C, - -        - P. O. Box 102.  /VvVVW'***VW'��*/WS/*vVV'***AA*0  The   Canadian  k  of   Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP   $10,000,060.   '  Rissi'i'vi*:, $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at .Seattle,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skag-way, etc.  ��� Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Pukchasicd���Assay Oki'ici*' in Connkction. ',  */-���   ��� D. ROSS, Manager.  '.  AA*A/V*��/V**>��SAi*/'AAWA^  " ' I,  -.-1-  .1  -ud  ' M  "  ft  t  1  (.   . ��zistt-ui*Tn4'?',t4'.-J...*s.i~K,<~.Wt.i'iVS.\ ���  lt>";-  I'l:  Km  III I  I','  ...   .  l|f?'  li''���"  u-  ��� 5-  ,��  ,*>  I  ATI,IN,    B.   C;,    SATURDAY,    FEBRUARY    3,    1906.  \,  Local Events.  Spruce Creek Notes.  New magazines' every mail al C  C. I'lOurnc's.  The latest magazines and papers  are always on hand at Pillman's.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Why use inferior gasoline . when  ' you can get 76 and S6. per cent, at  Regan's.    Atlin and Discovery.  Messrs. Dixon & Schulz expect  to commence operating their stages  between Atlin and Car Cross .some  time next week.  A committee is at present being  formed, for the purpose of holding  ���an Irish, concert on March 17th in  aid of St. Andrew's hospital. More  particulars later on.  Bourne's circulating library furnishes good and cheap reading.  The A. O. U. W. will be the  guests of the Arctic Brotherhood at  a- social gathering iu the latter's  hall, Discovery, on Tuesday evening, February 13th.  On January 30th some light-fingered person stole a .quantity of  powder, caps, fuse aud caudles from  Messrs. Pritchard and Nicols. who.  are working a lay,on Harrigan's  pit No. i,'Pine creek.  For 30 daj-s J. T. Regan will sell  McClary's Cast" Top Heaters thus:  No. 100���$10.00 No. 400���$13.00  No. 200���$ir.oo No. 500���$14.00  No. 300���$12.00    No. 600���$16.oo-  Call early and take yourchoice.  0 -  On Wednesday Mr. L. Schulz  drove Mr., ''Mrs. and baby Barton  to their home at Pike river, and returning he loaded up and brought  to town W. J. Robinson's motor  boat, which had been at Pike river  since late last fall. Mr. Schulz says  that the ice -was iu good shape for  teaming.  Read the A. T. Co.'s advertisement on page 3.    It's right.  At Discover}* on Saturday night  last Messrs. Rosselli and Owen, of  Atlin, were badly defeated in a 500  point billiard match by Messrs.  Jamieson and Miller, of Discovery.  There may be some truth in the report that the locals are studying  the "fan-doubs" aud "knuckle-  down" game.  ' Mail.���The last mail to arrive in  camp reached town Jan. 24th. Per-  kinson left the Cabin Jan.'2Sth and,  up lo the hour of going to press,  had not arrived. Kirkland, after  being a week en route, reached the  Cabin Thursday. Capt. Alexander  icft town yesterday to break trail  and to meet and assist the incoming  carriers.  The Atlin Whist club met as  usual on Monday evening and engaged in a twelve board rubber of  duplicate whist. One board, which  virtually contained a 13 to o deal,  was badly twisted at two of the  tables, while one table played it 12  to 1 each round. Next Monday  the club will again be the guests of  Messrs. Taylor and Fisher at the  Atlin club parlors.  ,   Stables & Lurnsden carry a stock  of: good groceries.  D. Sullivan and F. McPhee, of  McKee Creek, spent .Saturday and  Sunday in town. Frank dropped  in. to size up the hockey situation,  while "Happy" enquired about  curling and interviewed the man Jan.  who extracts molars. "Happy"  assured us that the only operation  which causes more pain than having  a tooth pulled is when a fellow gets  his head chopped off. I Feb.  on  re-  [I'roiii Our (h'.n C<irrcs-|i��ii(lriil.l  The majority of the miners  Spruce cieek have succeeded in  suming operations and on most of  the workings everything is again  going,full blast.  Hewet, White and McLeod have  had to install a new pump ou "account of the bedrock clipping back  into the bench. They are getting  good pay in the gravel six feet  above bedrock.  Billy Smaill says that he made a  mistake of about a week when celebrating his birthday, but that be  will continue to have hot punch for  the boys when they call.  Miss Cash recently purchased a  new shot gun and now she has  ptarmigan pie for her boarders almost every day.  Andy Carlson and partners are  making good headway with their  niining and are confident of obtaining good pay.  Charles Baker and William Alliott  made a business visit to Atlin on  Tuesday.  The recent falls ol snow give promise of a fairly good supply of  water for the coming summer's  operations on this creek.  Our   Specialty  Delivered to any; part of tlie .district  "Goods Fresh -and Clean. Prices Rig-lit  Our Motto���One pr'ioe amd lair treatment' to al'L  STABLES'.& LUMSDEN  The   Iron  Store*  0  northern Brewing Company, ��KL  ATLIN, 13. C.  Brewers of Lager Beer -aisd .Porter*  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY" FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  #*#>#.#****��  ***&M^V��MHKW&*&*i'*&*:*i  &*.*:9j*��&9-fi V********.  Fire Brigade.  On Monday afternoon last Chief  Findley of the fire department got  a number of his reliables to take the  engine out on to the lake, lake hose  and engage in general practice.  Everything was tound to be.in good  working order. ,<j  Chief Findley has made arrangements for the department to have  the use of the Atlin Trading company's h,orse for hauling tbe engine  and hose reel during the period  which the present heavy snow ina3-  remain, should the services of the  apparatus and brigade be required.  Geo. A. MacAnlay, of Discovery,  while attending a sick horse last  week had the end of one of his fingers bitten -off by the animal. He  came to town and Dr. McNeill  dressed the injured member, which  is mending nicely. George informed  us that he expected that the horse  would die shortlj-. We imagine  that���if wishing would have the desired effect���the equine has already  ceased to exist.  A telegram was received by Mr.  J. A. Fiaser, Gold Commissioner,  on Thursday stating that Mr. Herbert Young had been appointed,  dating from February rst, to the1  various offices rendered vacant by'  the death of the late Mr. IC. J.'  Thain, with the exception of those  of stipendiary magistrate and magistrate under the Small Debts Act.  Mr. Young was senior clerk for the  district, having been government  agent's clerk for the last five or six  years and, being thoroughly conversant with all the details of the  Mining Recorder's office, is well  fitted to fulfill the duties of that  office and deserved the promotion.  OPEN-'DAY AND NIGHT.  r  THK DINING-ROOM ".IS -CONDUCTED 'ON STRICTLY "FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.,  THE ROYAL  DIXOTq   &.   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. <���.  FlflST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AN!) CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPJ.CWLTy.  *AA*f*A/*sAAS>+*/>*Afi+Afi+*/*WQ*S^^  W+ff+Zs/V**/****/***^^  When   Writing,   Use  Ufew of jTOin��=��nly $lw Per Pal  ���*���??* *��fr cpfc g��rJ iff* Sf& t/rh��cPt'&t*  ^  The. Weather.  The lowest and highest temperatures and precipitation recorded for  the week are as follows:..  Precipitation.  .Mux.  Min.  Ruin.   Siiiim  26  36  28  .04m.     2111.  27  38  33  .11            28  33.  19  ���.           29  28  13  ~            l)i  30  37  27  -            *)i  3'  32  22     1  H  16  ���           ��  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly -and Satisfactorily.  . . - THE CLAIM OFFICE.  owsA"yvvvy*��vsA'\N-^^  *</iA*V*WVVWW\A*V*AVy>v*VVVVWO'^^  ���And Sell for the  Lowest Prices in Camp  il  \}\  m  i  V!

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