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 VJ-'  VOL.  26.  ATLIN,   B. C, SATURDAY.   FEBRUARY    8,   1908.  NC. 4*4  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  [si'koiatj to the otiAur/l   -  Special Telegrams to the Claim.  Feb .6st. 1908.  , New York.:-  1-IarryThaw,' who was acquitted  of the murder of Stanford White,  , has beerr committed to the asylum  for criminal lunatics, where he will  be confined until the lunacy commissioners are satisfied that he is no  longer dangerous.  The jurymen took  fourteen  ballots.    The prisoner's  counsel  and  mother are satsified  with  the  ver-  , diet.   ������  Vancouver, B.C. :-  Forty -American capitalists, holding big. timber interests on Mores-  b}r Island, Queen Charlotte group,  left for there on .Saturday by the  Steamer Princess 'Beatrice, which  has been chartered for the occasion.  Considerable secrecy surrounds  the inteutious of the party.  "Marysville, Cal. :- '  Seventy Hindoos working on the  railroad at Live Oak, were run out  ot the town by a . mob of citizens  arrd told not to return..  These Hindoos  claim  that ��� they  were robbed of nearly two thousand  dollars.    The British Consul at San  Francisco is investigating the mat-  ��� ter.  Ottawa :-  New appointments in the Comox  Atliu district are given out by Mr.  Sloan, M. P. as follows :--'  Collector of customs, Prince Rupert, George W. Morrow; Postmaster Prince Rupert, Robert L- Mcintosh; Northwest coast Indian  Agency, Enie.it Lorenz.  London :-  i  The Goverumant is seriously  alarmed by the growing unrest in  India owing lo anti-Asiatic proceed-  - nre in the ���'���] rcusvaal.  The War Office has issued orders  to the officers of the artillery force  to be prepared to join the forces in  India on receipt-of telegraphic orders. ���  "Victoria B.C.':-'  The DUnsmuir situation is rapidly approaching a crisis; the impeachment resolution of Oliver and  Hawthorn waite comes up today.  The Immigration Act will probably go through as reported.  Tangiers :-   -  The British government will pay  the bandit Raisuli ^roo.ooo for"the  release of Kaid Maclean, who has  been held by the bandits for the  past seven months.  Sir Harry Macleairwill probably  be released today.  Madrid :-  A revolutionary outbreak occurred at Oporto yesterday.  , The revolutionists succeeded in  capturing the City Hall, and later  Were driven out by reinforcements  of police.  Many   were   wounded  on   both  sides.  been  "London :-  The famous Druce case has  disthicsed.   ���  Miss Robinson made a  full confession of perjury.  *  - -Victoria B.C. :-  .  The impeachment resolutions  proposed by Oliver and Hawthorn-  thwaite have both been ruled out .of  order. ^ ";.,-:..  .Theleader of the government  strenously opposes all enquiry respecting the reservation'of the Immigration, Act, which was "passed  last session.  Burns' Concert  ���' The friends of Mr. John McLennan-will* be glad to hear that thc  enthrtaiumeui got up for his benefit  realised the sum of $151.60, after  payment of all expenses.  This opportunity is taken to  tharrk all-who helped in any way to  make theeutertainmenr so successful as'it was, especially from a financial point of view.  Special thanks are clue to Mrs.  Costiganaird Mr. Hanna for tire  very large share which they took  in the musical part of the program,  both at the Concert and the dance:  to Mr. Sam Johnson who acted as  Treasurer arrd disposed of the largest share of the tickets; to the Claim  for gratuitous printing; to Mr.Ross-  elli, fur the use of the -Kootenay  Hall; arrd last, but by no means  least to Mr. W.G. Paxton, who  acted as Secretary and helped greatly in many, arrd various .ways."  The Western Federation  of Miners.  A Concert and Dance at the A.B.  Hall on Friday the-21st. inst.y will  be.given in honour of Mr. Kenneth  McLaren, one of the discoverers of  this Camp.  KIN�� amd CROWN P  of PORTUGAL' ���  ASSASSINATED  Special ,to the Claim.  Feb. 2nd. 1908.  Lisbon : ���  King Carlos and Crown Prince  Luiz Philippe were assassinated  yesterday while seated in the Ro3'al  carriage just after their return from  Villa Vicos by a band of men who  fired a volley with carbines.  The Royal family were driving  in an open carriage,, when a group  of nieu standing at the corner of a  street fired at them, mortally  wounding the King and Crown  Prince and slightly wounding the  Prince Manuel.  , Queen Amelia who tried to shield  the Crown Prince was_unb.urt.y-.  . Immediately the:,police {.fifed on  ���the regicides, killing three .of them.  Thc stirring events * of .the. last  few   weeks   demonstrate    without  recognition of the honour due to  Mr. K. McLaren.  ���������������We have all Sjicnt some part of  our lives here, a;.d. some have bettered their conditions; all have  made a living, and the future lonks  bright.  -We hope lire whole Camp, nothing less;-will join iu doing honour tothegeutleman, who, in every  respect deserves it.  There will be good music, the  best of songs: the liyelie-t dancinp:  and super-excellent refreshments.  ROLL   UP   BOYS J  doubt, the existence of *a delirmin-  ed body of Portugese who want to  proclaim a republic.  Gibraltar,   Feb. 5II1. :-  The British fleet has sailed for  Lisbon; it will land sailors to quell  riots if necessary.  Lisbon :-  Premier Franco has resigned.  It was rumored that he had taken  refuge aboard one of the British  warships in the hopes 'of escaping  to Spain.  The city is still iu the throes of  intense excitement,  ' The condition of King Manuel II  is improving.  Madrid :-  ' Ex-Premier Franco arrived  here  yesterday*.  C. Gairns  Secretary,  -St. Andrew's Hospital  The Trustee and Stafi of St. Andrew's Hospital take pleasure in  acknowledging the receipt .of $25  from Major C. W. A. Ne'vile being  the amount of his annual donation  in-.support of the said Institution.  ��� .They also desire to acknowledge  bis.gifts from time to time, of game  arid other delicacies, all of which is  gratefully accepted aud acknowledged.  r, JS Chance for the Bachelors.  . N.B.    This is a somewhat tardy.  ���A'- Leap Year Ball is being  planned' by the Ladies of Atlin, to  t^Jie.place on the 2&tb. -inst.  RECIPROCATiON,  Should a bibulous gentleman j-ou  wish to defend,.  And spiteful wit Willi yourown  you would blend.  Remember your   heading   "Vox  r-opuii' ''"  Will snrelv be taken for " Vox  'Asinli "'  Your wits clout amount lo a If)-,  Your imbecility is quite plane 10  see.-  A malclii for poor Rosy-Lee !  Be cautionr-i* y&atng Pharmacopoeia,.  Whom you  quote in your rot as  ' NG '-���  Reflect on your own fanioui career,  Thcr'll be spots in the whitewash  I fearli  Its lime this Bivalve did tumble  Cease his venom to mumble;  Investigate his own bed,  And dont bother your head,  About the identity of X.Y.Z. !  Note ���-  " Bivalve " a specie which .floats''  in liquid and lives by suction; aiso>  found in shallow muddy waters of  the political sea.  " Vox Asiuii " voice of an ass.  "Rest in Peace!"',  Dont      Overlook     The     Mini  Carnival  Ad.  EVERYONE     WILL  B��  [P  i  I <\v,  1 vi  ATLIN, 'B. C,    SATURDAY,    FEBRUARY 8, 1908.  lie Atlin Claim,  Tllli ATLIN CLAliM is punur.MLo cvrnv -,atu.id4\v  fflonrt.na. mailcd rncz TO an. paht of, th.:  v?o*>ld ron no ctnts pen month ; 3.S.00 pr.n  Ti4.n.    Ai.vcnTin.Nc nATcr.: ��..odi.ciiinci. cach  ���MSCrtT.ON I   Pir*niNO  MOTICC3,  24. CENTS A  LINC.  ���*fCI��L   r.ATr.1    ON    ArrLICAT.ON.  ���e��-  JOn PRINTING :  ��� iLL-nrA*.*., posters, vuiTino  CAROX  LKTTCR.HEADS, PROr.n AM *4. ES,       ETC.,  ETC.  ORBER9   rnOMTTLT   r.'RCUTCO,  TRICES   moOERATE.  Tint ATt.rs Ci-atm rmrTjisniao Co., Ltd.  claws and body of a lioness!  Thomas Carlyle, compares'her to  Nature, saying, "There is in her  celestial beauty, - which means Ce:  lestial order, pliancy to wisdom; but  there is also a darkness, a ferocity,  which are infernal."  Yes, Mr. Kirkland is right; we,  the 'small minority, are happily  attached to beauty,1 order, and  Wisdom!  A'r>j''��^.i*ft'^.^.'*>^.r^^*'*.'*^  N<  C  1EE  fT. Poi.r.ARD. OriAsr.     .MA3AnRi(-n:nr.cTori.  Criticism.  Neither abuse nor flattery will  deter ' Thc Claim ' from the duty  of publishing, what we believe to  be correct facts, however stubborn  they may appear; and, at tire same,  , time we shall expose'what.we deem  to be erroneous judgments ou the  issues of the day.  We are trot subservient to capitalists, nor, to airy political party;  we live in a free country, with a  free press; and, we intend to fully  exercise the privileges we'enjoy,  Orrr readers may see us through  various coloured spectacles, but we  firmly assure them, our only object  in view is to promote the progress  of the district on clear straightforward lirres.  This brief explanation arises from  recent correspondence appearing in  these columns.  We are always ready to hear the  \ opinions of our fellow citizens, and  to afford them oppcrtotrities to publish the same, although, their ideas  may be opposed lo our own; 'but,  we wish to point out the 'necessity  of adhering, as far. as possible, to  facts; nnd more particularly so,  when they'venture into the realms  of reasonable criticism.  Irr tli is issue wc are pleased to  publish a letter from Mr. Kirkland.  He does not require introduction",  for we all know him as an ardent  politician arrd a poprrlar pioneer of  pioneers.  We regret that our space is too  limited to do full justice to the  merits of his letter, so we will only  refer to the personal criticism with  which he favours   us.  His letter,'amongst other things,  comments on our having 'circulated  a petition, (since, many moons have  passed), with regard to Orientals  Now as far as we ' can recollect,  that petition was serrt up from Victoria to Atlin for signatures: we do  rrot remember any reference- in it.  being made lo Orientals; but think,  wc are quite correct in stating, that)'  its object was solely to facilitate the  immigration of Europeans into British Columbia.  Wc most heartily agree with Mr.  Kirkland's interpretation of lhe  word" menial'; and we are Hor  aware of having used it in any other  sense.  King Carlos.  >W*L  Fresh .Fruit and Vegetables  During the past few months, lhe  late King, Carlos, was in difficulties  for he was attempting to rule Portugal without a parliament --'- for  its own good; the political parties  have beerr playing into one another's  hands  for years.  He probably got his instincts for  ruling from his Sax-Coburg grandfather, Prince Ferdinand, who married Maria II. His own mother  was air Italian and his widowed  Queen, Marie Amelia, is French.  The late King reigned for eighteen years. His eldest son, who  was likewise victimized by the assassins, was the Duke of Braganza,  he would have attained his majority  next month.  We gather from European reports  that a decree was' lately issued  applying to political offences, the  proceedure' governing Arrarchisl  crimes and making them subject to  special jurisdiction. This, apparently, was the cause for some of the  Judges resigning.  In consequence of the crisis in  the wine trade a decree .'was- issued  suspending vine-planting for three  years.- Arrd a decree was published  for the reform of the Chamber of  Peers.  It is said that only 20   per  cent  of  tiic population can read arrd write.  Continental Portugal contains an  area of 3^,254 square miles; that is  to say, it is just a little bigger thai:  Ireland. ���' The Proviuce of Angola  ou the- West Coast of Africa i.s her  greatest colon v.  Allways   on  The Iron Store,  hand  First Street.  w***4*&*^��*-&<f44<r#*^^ >  pool nootn  GOOD  STABLING  THE GOLD  HOUSE  DISCOVERY, B. C.  THE    DINING   ROOM   IS   UNDER   THE   SUPERVISION    Cl;  MRS.  ROXBOROUGH.      GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION  ONLY THE BEST QUALITY OF   GOODS  USED AT THE BAR,'  BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL.  >M&1  ^R&PRIET&n.  orrotrn Mttwlm  Kokrao Wawkkcka,  Managkr.  $&Beweaas   of .Lager  sBe&r  ansa  P&rter,  SMALL AND  LARGE ORDERS  PROMPTLY  FILLED  CORRESPONDENCE.  We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by  our correspondents.  >TENAY  T'J / \rTP T>"'  b^&^PJ&fr&P&J&-.S>.9.&&&&&l &S&:t>.  ���&&.t>; B&S*.>.Z  iH  .il J.  Mr. Kirkland, literally, overwhelms us with flattery when he  says we have thc '' cheek " of " The  Sphinx "! ��� (Oh! shades of Egypt-  hide our blushes!)  Why, "The Sphinx" presents  Lie nice and bust ,.,! a   goddess, the  To the Keillor.  Atlin Claim.  Sir,  Pardon me Mr. Editor if I hold  an erring pen; we have nothing else  to 'do* these long winter days, only  criticise others., and compare  rro'.es.  In this secluded spot, the only  pfaSe oh earth that has escaped the  financial crisis, (there is not a single  bank-note to be found of the lately  defunct Sovereign Bank, and only  a limited number, of any oilier  Bank's) and, according to "The  Atlin Claim ", is a perfect paradise  for health, free from all contagion;  and on'going to press,' is sound 'financially'"; supports die best Board  of Trade on the Pacific slope; law  suits are an unknown quantity; the  Sheriff has to carry water for a  living; everything that shines is  gold;    every creek a    river;    every  OPEN DAY  AND NIGHT.  The  Bar is supplied  .  and  Ch.'.'irs.  with    :wu'e   but   the   best   brands of. Liquors  ��� !;i:--:-.-,:,,:.s  Milliard a:i<!   Pool Tabids.  ^&&^^V&<&^<i:4&&^-g4-4iS-<S-4'44&-<i >3   \s'^^.��^^^^^^'^^-&<&'��J��-&&'&G<g-&��$-&  l-^i"   ��ri'. :.>A     .,  A ��1  1  DIXON    ii.   tsCHULZ.UProi-rialors  111  M_  FIRST  ciimti-v ���  ttESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  -.   -.���:���,   ��� iv;-.   , *...���..���>; (luyrrs a  sPi.au 11.  I  Corner l'trapi arrd If'h'Si, Sti-eeis,  V        -r>��-;rrn44=4'3��4.Tn-<-4r7W. ��� **>:.  *tf^''4r^'��3l��s3 ~ j-iw-usj .  ���6 ���< it J ���">' ���2 ���  'Atlin,. 13.'(..  ti I6  %/  ATLIN,  bATL  rr,;;LUA^\  pond a lake; every woman an anyc-i:  . every marr a liar; and, il we wish to  escape the stzzling heat of Hale':-  Comet, arrd avoid a thousand deaths  we must seek its protection.  Now, Mr. Editor, we pass on ton  more serious question effecting the  whole Province.- In an editorial of  a late date'you have exlribiu-d youi  pro-Jap proclivities, and been criticised in a later issue by our esteemed neighbour, Holmes Pineo. You  find favour in the London Times,  and other papers of that kidney;  subsidized capitalistic supp irters.  Your1 whole argument seems to  hang on the point, lhat England  must live up to the 'spirit of her  treaties. Mr. I.\dilor, if you have  rem I modern history, you will know  that England has only beerr too  rcaily to break every important international treaty where she has  had to choose between a rise or  fall, arrd the present situation looks  like the latter, or at least to lose her  first colony.  Now, Mr. Editor, there are yourself aird some others, who are, arrd  always were strong pro-Japs, more  especially yourself, agairrst, probably, 95 Per cent of the people here.  We have not forgotten that the  majority does not rule, -with 3-011,  , when you saw fit, in your wisdom,  to persist in circulating a petition  asking for the introduction of Japanese, at a time wlrerr the feeling  -berewas at fever heat'over that  ver3" same question.  Mr. Editor, we cannot subsidize  your paper; iro doirbt Japanese sympathizers will; nor cio we warrt to  cut off your livelihood,.but the producer, arrd the'aiiti-Japanese, which  means all but Iwo or three large operators irr the Camp, (some equally  as large operators have refused to  employ them) take exception to  your paper advocating Orientals lor  menial labour: tuere.. is rrot any-  thing too mean for a white man to  do, providing that it is honest, and,  Hi at he receives full value, for his  work.   - ,  Mr. Editor, you certainly have  the cheek of " Thei- vjphynx " to  hold as you do so strong agairrst  the concensus of opinion, so strong  'amongst the majority of this Province.  Tlie producer must be strictlj-  proiected, if we are to prosper as a  while prpubrce, whether England  in her treat}' rights is correc!, or,  has made a mistake.  We, ourselves, have felt the ill  effects of it here; blazing trails, to  develop lhe natural resources of the  country, and penetrating the un-  kuown, only lo he replaced : by f a  nou-assiniilaiive p'joplc who can  live and pro-ipir, Inflow our stany-  irrg point.  The lime is not far distant wheii  we will all l>e employers of Orientals, or be out of a job; and that will  p ilv last 'while (they arc acquiring  our education. .  In Vancouver, .they have adopted  t're Christian nierhod of protection,  cl iDbing-their   resources,,  stacking  TO CONSUMPTIVES  The undersigned having been restored lo health by simple means,  after suffering for several years with  a severe, lung affection, arrd. lhat  dread disease CoN.sumrTrON, is  anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure.  To those who desire it, lie. will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  cony of lire prescription used, .which  they will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catakkit, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  Malawi's. He hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. /Phose desiring the presetip-  tion, which will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing,' will  please address  Rev. Edward A. Wilsoft,  Brooklyn, N.T.  ���>ooo'*O'>a-K'^o*c^0*D'*>ooa'Ci->a0X^  ��y~,T.  A -i  1 lie Aran meat mark  r;  ��� FRES-iri ]D.TCT;ss:ii:r> meats  ���   POULTRY-OP-ALL  KiNUS,  ON HAND,  nur i�����mnrpi'���*����� rmuf*raOm  L. S c h'tt \ Z.  mil*   rrjt.MftoTf  C-fie  jasiM   Uuni*:.  s?  Certificate of Improvement.  Adams and New York Mineral Claim  Sitimto lnt!)!! Atlin Mining Division,Cn.s-.liir  District. Wli'si-o locutcd:- Jn Kiiiny Hollow.  TAKE NOTlOIi tlmr I. M. J. O'Connor, LYeo  Miners Certificate No I.111US, Inrcnd, sixtj-  (lays from the date hereof, to itppta* to the  -Miniiiir Kccorilcr for a Certificate of 1m-  I.rovements, for the pin-pose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the aljovo claim.  And further take notioe that action, under  section ."m must he commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improve--  ments  Dated this third dnr of Xoremher A.D.1S07  M. J. O*0o��n*��r.  J4   ft  D;o  DISCOVERY   13.    C.  The Car h Stoctei! with Choice Goods  -  ^       First Class Dining Room in Connection.  rTrfADQUATiifts^roit dixon & Scnuru Stack.  &  Cafe.*-?*!  I  Certificates of Improvement.  Macklng    Bird     .Mineral       Claim.  Situate In the Atlin Miiilu*-; Division, Cnsslar  District.       Where   located: ���In    Kainy  Hollow.  TAKE NOTICE tnnt'l, Joseph B. Chleei of  Ilalns Alaska.  |.-ree .Miner's Certificate ."!���. RllISO  Intend, CO days- from tlio date hereof, to  apply to thcMlnln- Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining Crown Grant of the nhoTe claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced befoie the  issuance of *meh Certificate of linproTe-  inents.  Dated tills seeoi.d flay of Or.toTitr, *. fl 1?07  Joseph 11. Chisel.  KSO ft  arms, ami carrying the white   man  o!"f on .1 r-.hu1 ter.  Ju-it a w-.rd. .Mr. Editor, about  our ioeai Representatives, what they  pro.nise t-.��do before election, aiid"  w i-ii tli2.7-do.Jiol-do a-.'er election. .  Our tea arrd toast representatives  in the C.P.R. Government irr Victoria, representing British Columbia, more especially Dr. Young our  own representative; you will remember Mr. Editor at the last general election wlrerr he was soliciting  the Miner's vote, they wanted assurance that he worrld do his best lo  protect'their labour against Japanese, he scouted the idea of any Jap  anese labour trouble for he aud the  Premier had gone into the matter  throughly, aird he assured the miners of Atlin that they had nothing  to fear from that source.  Shortly afterwards twenty five  Japs came in to work; the miners  here, formed an association agairrst  lliern, and asked him to have them  sent back-; he immediately orr receipt of their telegram, wired back  lhe riot act. ���        ~  '; Quite different with Mr. Stables,  our former member, when solicited  irr the siti-iie way, he made every  effort in his power, and did a great  dealto. relieve a similar situation  se-* ���.���!! ;> v us ago.    ' ���/'  ' f ���"  'i'no.v..' .-���nine Japanese came  in   to  -   IRON   PI M.N'G.   STEEL-   A WD   BAR IRON*,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE.   . ���     "    "  STEEL SHINGLES ard CORRUGATED IRON'.  James T. Regao'  Storks is. Atlik ard Discovkry.  tr** ������-��������-������ ��� ��� ���-���* ������������������-���-���-���-���-���-���-���-���.�� o��^*-��-*  "��������������� ��-���-��-�� *> ���-��-��<>  I. E. BEOVVN & CO.  S*e*-e*ft��r�� l*  t. ft. Rleh-trc**��n  ���LATEST STYLES IN GENT'S FURNISHINGS '  DRY GOODS, CARPETS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS,  COLD SEAL ".HIP GUM BOOTS-AND SHOES,  PULL LIKE OE MJKERS GLOVES AND- MITTS.  fcrrORKS AT A.T1AN AND DISCOVERY.  PfflttfltlifJ  t*  tPoh Pu*ksisf:ag and Conrnaer&is:!! Vrerk.  Cards, Pofstes's sssad rJnsaff BaSSs   ���//-   &  >�����  Executed Chcsp'y, Promptly u��d S<iti:r/,--'cii��:.,'y.  THK CLAIM (")I;I:U:iv.  cpfii/^ Flill^CC  V-P  I- ��  On Saltirtay next, the fi th- of February, at thc Atlin  Skating Rink.  i  ivl  fm  i  m  -a  m  ���|?|  &'l  il  il  if.  u  r ��� ATLIN.    B.   C.      SATURDAY      FEBRUARY 8.    1908.  O  Local and General News.  The Temperatures for the  Week  Ending February the24 th 1908.  1st  2nd  3rd  4 Hi  ���Stli  6U1  7U1  max:  6.0  9-5.  6.0  -5.  -8  -5  -1  mm.  -3  o  -16  -25  -24 .  -20  work on ground ' where Premier  McBride is heavily .interested, it  was shown to lhat effect 011 .- the  public platform at the last general  election without contradiction.  Another instance ol the same  kind of shuffling is our Finance  Minister, the Hon. R. G. Tallow.  When the McKee Creek- people  brought in 20 Japanese, the lion.  Gentleman was director of the Company in Vancouver; he was backed  by the labour and trade'people' politically, and saw'fit to resign from  the directorate immediately. ..  Now that he i.s firmly established  he is mute as ceatli on the question;  shiploads of Japanese are' unloaded  in the Province, and what does be  ���say ? - Nothing - he lias .not ?yen  threatened to resign; 110 doubt.he.is  making good use of his time, with  regard to this world's goods,.rather  than continue'liis outlined policy.  Still another instance; Lieutenant  Govenor Dunsiutir, not only employing* contract labour, .b'yil is  hampering legislation along .with  side steppsng representatives.'.like  those mentioned above.  The working mule' will have a  time to thrive wnen the G. T. P.  commence construction and employ  fifteen thousand Orientals and after  putting a jingle in their pocket they  become a perinanens fixture. ,  When will the labour voter get  his eyes open to his own interests  and come to the ballot-box to cast  a vote like a free man, and not a  wage slave.  Yours etc.  J. Kirkland.  discovery, ��. c.  FI UST-OI.ASS " IN ING KOO-M  GOOD OMAN ROOMS  ONLV   THE   lUiST GOODS  USUI) AT THi:  NAK  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Ask al your Library for  The Love Story   of Giiaidus."  A  Romance of the Twelfth Century  BY .  Aiice Cunninghame.  I'resii' assortment ' Lowney'-  crennis and chocolate nuts al  -C. R. Bourne. .   ' ,   "  For Sale By Tender  Royal North West Mounted  Police stern   wheel   steamer   Vidclte,  American bottom, now on' the ways  at .While Horse, Yukon Territory.  Particulars ':-��� ���   '.  Hull, Douglas fir throughout, 9S  feet over all.-  Beam, 18 feet over all.  Draft, 3 feel.     .  Gross tonnage, 134.  Net tonnage, 67.  Two engines, 60 horse po'rer  each, non-condensing, 9 inch cylinders, 3 feet 3 inch stroke of piston.  Boiler, shell or flue type,' internally fired, made in 1905.    ,  House, cedar, 18 bunks."  .-Dining room,   14x11  and  large  galley. ''-'-'   '  Also :��� '  '  Two launches, particulars' of  which are as follows :���' ''    -''  Alco Vapor Launch, Jessie;  Length over all, 50 feet..  Beam, 10 feet 10 inches.'  Draft, 3 feet 9 inches.  Decked fore and aft leaving cock-  pil 34 feet long. Seating room for  20 people.-  Frame, oak.  Sheeting, cedar.  Engines, Alco Vapor, 12 b.p.  Single propellor.  Fuel, coal oil.  Speed about  four  miles  against  average current.  Alco Vapor Launch, Tagish,  Length overall, 28 feet.  Beam, 5 feet 6 iuches.  Draft, 3 feet.  Decked fore arrd aft leaving cockpit r6 feet. Seating room for 8  persons.  Frame, oak.  Sheeting, cedar.  Engine, Alco Vapor, 7 h.p.  Single propellor.  Fuel,'coal oil. '  Speed when engines are in good  order, about 7 miles against'"an average current. ���  Tenders to close at noon Monday  March 16th; 1908.  The highest, or any tender, not  necessarily accepted.  No payment will be made to any  newspaper publishing this advertisement without proper authority.  Address lenders to  Z. T. Wood,  Assistant Commissioner,  R. N. W. M. P.,  Dawson-, Y. T.  Canadian Pacific Railway' Company.'  nrir* ���-"�����*������"������" "*~*n**f*~*J  B.TC.   COAST   SERVICE.  ���Princess   May  J. W. THOMPSON, Prop.  FIRST-CLASS SERVICE ONLY  Oct a copy of the illustrated  ed'ilicn- " Songs of a Sourdough ",  a few. left at-Bourne's.  Latest novels and 'magazines  arriving each mail at     -.y'-  '.:''   ;'.    '.   .- C-  R. B0U.lHl.es.  .  . ' FEB., 13 29.   "  Snillnrr froin Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct to Vancouver  and <Vicloiia.  TratisDoftlnr uy till! or atenruei* to Scnttlo- ivllnotit. e^trii.clinrco  '.'STOriOTI-IRS   AlVu)WEl">. ' ' -.''���'  elects t o an j imfi orMioworM. p   "p ' XX7    Tn-wlf*  l"*or rules or informAtlon nniily lo    I .   1 .      V V   .    .1-tKJ VV iv.,  ,   Aiieiir. SlinRYVny.  <!>*-���-���  >-��������� ����� �� *$>&+++���++~*-*-+-+*���������'�����< ������������� * * * * * *���*<*  USE OUR ADVERTISING  COLUMNS    '  -��������>-  ��� Placing before the public ���;  the maiiy  advantages;'of  the district is the objec-t-of  -ro^-ta^as-t^^ia*^  ���&.*a*����5a*a'9��#a-*o*a*a��C6^*o-��a*��*ft*a->o*  This!cannot be success-..  fully, accomplished w.ithr  oiit the generous supportof  the  business  people and  the residents.  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  4Jf��  a.... a  ��. a *. n. />. AA .1  lVllY  SEN II  OUT V.'IIfCN   TOU  CAS  GET GOODS  Ad CHEAT lilSIIE?  Atlin, Nugget  and   Gripe   Riiig��5  rtiul All kinds of  Jewelry innniV  fuotiired oirl.lio premises. ...  Fine  New  Stock   of   Watches,   Clocks,  Jewelry   ��n<.   Diamond*}  Watches from $r..00 up. '    ,     Ajrents for Columbia Grnmophoucs.  Silverware, Cut Glas*��,JsHand Painted* China, Souvenir Spoon  LES EGBERT & SON,. a-tun and discovery,  &���**��* &����������* v����h��      WakhmakeFs- and Maft^turin& Jewler*  -**  ''<���  *�� i  '-ii  'i

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