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 : <f  r-r--  ":i'�� ''^  v^,.;  i(i^Sf907',   ^ J/"  i  -<.:--��� a, b. ^;  ,./  VOL.  26/  ATLIN,   B.C.,    SATURDAY,  JULY   13,   .907.  NC. 41$  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  [HI'IIOIAI. TO Till'.  (JI.AIM.l  Hazcllon, July 12.���A very serious accident, attended with fatal results occurred on the Skeena river  last Saturday afternoon. .While the  Hudson Bay. Company's steamer  Mount Royal was passing down the  Kitselas Canyon on the Skeena  river she became unmanageable and  was almost immediately wrecked.  The passengers were landed as rapidly as possible on a smalhislaud in  midstream. 'Within five minutes  after she struck the' boat .turned  turtle and was broken intoinatch-  wood by the force of the swiftly  running current. Some of the crew  were swept through the canyon on  pieces of the wreckage and when  picked up reported the affair at the  telegraph office at the foot of the  canyon. The survivors were rescued from their precarious position  late Saturday night. All'the passengers were saved, Captain John-  eon and Mrs. Tohnsou, who was 011  board, were also saved. The loss'  of life was entirely confined to the  crew', the list of dead being as follows: ' First'officer, W. L. Lewis";  purser, James O'Keefe; steward,  Archie Willis; fireman, B. Frayne;  all residents of Victoria; and two  Japanese, J. Mbrishima,- carpenter;  and Frank Anatea, deck-boy.  San Francisco, July 22.���Mayor  Schmitz had five years in the San  (���hientin penitentiary handed out.to  him as'a sentence on account of his  misappropriation of relief funds, etc.  The scene in the court room when  the sentence vvas pronounced was  the most exciting witnessed in rnany  years.  Vancouver, July 12.���Twenty-  four business offices down town  were broken into and looted last  Sunday night. The amount of  ��� booty secured was very small. Vancouver is evidently having a visitation of eastern crooks. A very distressing and fatal accident occurred  here yesterday when a man uatned  Frank Miller was knocked down,  run over and cut to pieces by a  tram car.  Chicago, July 12.���The annual  harvest of death has commenced,  up to the present live have been reported and many cases of prostration caused by the heat.  San Francisco, July 12.���Tommy  Burns, the clever Canadian fighter,  knocked out Squires, the Australian, in two and a half minutes.  Squires was at the mercy of Burns  from the first clang of the gong.  He sent the man from the big island  to the floor twice before he gave the  final blow. Much money changed  hands as the seeming wise ones had  backed  Squires heavily.    He prov  ed very disappointing and cannot  be said to be in ihe, same class as  the redoubtable Burns.  Vancouver, July 12.���Alexander  Henderson, the Commissioner of  the Yukon, left here last.Saturday  for the North.  Riga, Russia, July u.���Cable advices state that tlie police arc having a desperate lime subduing the  revolutionists. They killed about  thirty of these exlremistsin a recent  uprising.  Washington, July 12.���The secret agents employed by the United*  States report that Japan is preparing for. war with the utmost despatch. ��� The Uniled States Atlantic  squadron is being transferred to the  Pacific under hurried,orders. Gov.  Carter says that from information  he has received he believes that the  Japanese are ready to' fight at the  drop c"f the hat. That they are  rather eager to try conclusions with  the United States. In -the event of  war the- Philiippines would be an  easy prey for ihe Japanese.  ��� Chicago, July 12.���J. D. Rock-  feller when ou the stand as a witness iu the Standard Oil rebating  case, gave a most beautiful imitation of a witness who answers freely  to all questions but,' who, after all,  sa^s nothing.  New York, July 12.-���W. J. Bryan, in a speech made at Warsaw,  Indiana, said: "Send Rockfellcr  and all the other trust magnates to  prison and you will definitely settle  the mosi vital question that is before the people of the Uniled States.  Mr. Bryan, if seems, is trying to  catch the votes and favor of the  socialistic party, which is becoming  quite a factor in   matters political in  the States.  . ���.����   Mr. W. G.- Paxton received the  sad news of his father's death b\-  Friday's mail. The late William  Paxton was a resident of Edinburgh, Scotland. He was iu his  79th year and ihe 'oldest brewer in  Scotland. Locally he had gained  quite a reputation as an amateur  horticulturist, and. a golfer of no  mean abiliiy. ���   <  The Arctic Brotherhood hall in  Discovery is now adorned, with a  sign of a most artistic and striking  nature. It is patterned after the  design of the A. B. emblem, a.pick  and shovel crossed on.a gold pan.  It is the workmanship of Mr. Cbas.-  Gilmore.  Miss H. Bell arrived on Friday's  boat. She has taken a position as  cook, at the Half Way house. Mr.  Clarke will new have meals to refresh the weary traveller, at most  an j' time.  In the international yacht, race  which took place ou Pttget Sound,  for the championship of the Pacific  Coast and the Dunsmuir challenge I  cup, the American yacht .Spirit cap-1  tured two of the three heats, thus  winning the championship.  Local and General News.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh-eggs and   butter.  Fending library���books constantly arriving.���C. R. Bourne's.  Fresh Cabbage, ��� Rhubard, Carrots, Parsnips, and .Seed'' Potatoes  al,Pillman'.s.  Jim Carson left- on Tuesday's  boat lo try a bout with the Goddess  of Fortune in the Cobalt district.  LIugh Molyneaux is taking a run  into the Rainy Hollow to look into  the matter of roads and. trails.  , !'Dr. McConkey left on. Tuesday  for Vancouver, where he will probably continue his practice.  Malcolm McLeod, Dick Smaill  and Johnny Anness- went out the  beginning of the week on a visit to  the lower coast.  Mr. Charles Gairns has started a  cobbling establishment in Discovery  iu the premises formerly used by  E. L. Pillman as a store  Miss-Ethel Pillman- entertained a  few friends.at an informal 'at home'  Wednesday evening. Music, songs  and games helped to pleasantly pass  away the evening.hours.  - Geo. E. Brown, Frank Litle and  Victor Ericson- are working ou upper Birch, and word comes down  that they have made very satisfactory progress aud the outlook for a  prosperous season is splendid.  Jimmy Dick left Tuesday on a  visit to the land of some famous  old blends. He will spend some  time with his parents and amongst  the scenes of his early boyhood.  It has been, stated that a new  survey has-been made of the British Columbia-Yukon boundary line  near Wynton which will give B. C.  quite a bit.more territory in the immediate vicinity of some very valuable mineral property.  Mr. Hcddlc, representing W. H.  Mail-in Company, of Vancouver,  accompanied by Geo. A. Kerr, left  on Tuesday's boat. Mr. Kerr will  remain in Vancouver a short time  and then proceed to his home in  Maine, and the camp will see him  no more.  Private advices state that Col.  Conrad is re-instated in the good  graces and confidence ot his company. Work will be carried on  with renewed vigor, additional men  are to be put on and exploitation  and.prospecting resumed. Arrange-  were made aud a shipment of one  hundered tons was to be made this  week.  The proprietors of the Royal have  been at considerable expense painting and papering their bar, dining  room and the rooms upstairs. The  place-, has a clean and inviting appearance throughout, and with the  present service aud accommodation  ranks as one of the best hotels in  the North.  Arrivals per, Str. Scotia.  -Miss   PL Bell.    Dr.- C.  ��6gcrl,   L. Stephens, Mrs. Geo.  July 12.  A. I���'*---**-c  Sinclair,   H.    Wolff,    Mrs.    C.   T..  Moore,' Mrs.' Wurzba'cher," Mrs. F.  B. Wurzbacher,   Mr.  Max- Leiser,  Mrs. Leiser, -Miss G. Bole, P.  Robertson,   W.   B.  King,   F. Ii. Wurz-  bacher.  The  last two  mentioned  gentlemen, in Friday's   arrivals,   are   ther-  auditor,   and - the  general  agent of"  the W. P. & Y.'.R.     -   ���  Court News.  Habeas-Corpus.���Indian Job nine,,  who was incarcerated in the local  ���'skookum house' last week for being under the influence of the while  man's fire-water, was released owing to a delect in the commitment.  His' Hon. Judge   Young ordering.  CELEBRATED .DOG, CASE."  Judgment in this interesting and  long-drawn-out case was rendered  Thursday, thecourt -holding that  ���Kirkiaud was entitled to .the doig  "Dennis" and damages assessed at  S30, and costs. So for a time, maybe, we have heard the last of this,  notorious canine.  Kirkland v. A. T. ' Co".���Judgment was given the A. T. Co., the  court .holding that Kirkland did not  prove a sale of the sleigh.  Garstens Packing Co. v. Doelker.  ���This case is still undergoing the  process of consideration, it having  been before the courts for the last  two years.  AT HAZELTON.  Reports have come to us of two  very interesting cases at Hazellon.  Firstly, the special constable has  been found guilty of selling liquor  to indians, and has been sentenced  to six months in gaol. .He has also  been charged with breaking his  oath of office���to pieces.  One of the local clergymen is  charged with solemnizing a marriage without lawful authority. It  is believed that both the men will  be sent to Simpson to elect for trial  before.-Judge Young.  .���._. _^-�� h  An artist went to sea to see  What he could see at sea lo draw;  He only saw what all may see,  The sea was all the artist saw.  And whenhe saw he'd seen the sea,.  Proceeded he the scene to draw,  And since his scene I've oflen seen,  I've seen the sea the artist saw.  Bridegroom on Honeymoon.-���"I  haven't the slightest objection to  your giving all your time to tiie-  dog, my own, but I. wish you had  made it quite clear, when you suggested bringing it, whether it was-  you. or I who were going on our  honeymoon, and were bringing the  dog, or whether it was you aud the-  dog who were bringing me."  Lo whey's    Chocolates     arriving.,  constantly at C..R. Bourne's. ATLIN,    B.C.; ysATURDAYy:;JULY  13. y 1907.  -(.'-������-=  W(X  it m  ^tlintClaii;^;-  Till" AILIjS CLAlr.1 m pur.i.istirDy'ilvcRv on-runo.w  Monmrio.    i.iAii.r:o: rnrc  to "any  paiit or thi:  -     woru.D ron  r.oclrrrrs   pen month;   on,c.u   r-cn  v'[:'/.n. / AnunnTii-.irjQ n.-.rna : coo rtc�� iricn i:mcii  lascnriotl; nf.'Ai)inc woticcs. ac nc'riTn a. Line.  . i-.j-rciAi. HATrrn' on  A-��i-ucATiaN,. :���-.,' .XX'  ���<."���.���:-!*������~  yyy:���-y.:' x.y.. joc pRiNTiNri-.-..,:-.-���.;...������ ..���::r;.-y..-....-..  bill-hcadr, .' : - Hosvcnu,      -     vt..-.iTlr.'C. c-ncr,,  .LETTcn-HrAu-j.' ' r-:ioonAi.iMi:c,.   t:rc��� i;tc.  yyyy-yy.'-:yy ohoc.tc.. r-tioMP7!.Y. i;>:ccuTr:b'.   ,  ��� t;. ;, -        ypnict*.* MODcnATc.-' y-:;y..yy;','. ; '''-'��� .  y'y-yTiiK'.A'Tiiis'..bii;Ai.>i--':Pt*i'ii-i'ii;iii>-iV;cb.vMAiK-y,  . CllAlil.Ksi'L. Cl.-|yMN'V  -'Hiirrfiii-jiANA'OiF.ii;'-  ��� y:y';;. y;'y;y--,; 'Claim' Ju!^pirig.yCfy'yyy.y;"'  yy yy:.; La s t week -; fi v e:! ea ses helcl;; yby't h e  y":'.:McKee Hydraulic;Consolidated Coy  ���;: were: slaked:pve'r���ahdyuolices -posted;  .'.- yatthe goyeninieutofficesysignedbv  y five individuals  in y the���������:cashpiy;  On  :-y.-.y:.being.'ask'ecl about the i-iulter. pneof  y. ;x.the;-fiye-;3tatedy*that'1-he^.';liad iio idea,  y his  name -.and ������_ license;; .were ,y:to .be..'  ;-y usediriysuch away, ;and; expressed'  y^vTegret at-Avhatliad takenyplace.'-:.;; yy  :..y ' There i.s^aydea! you -at'tHe pre*;eni:':  i; .; time-to ysell'yt hey McKeeyCreeUpyopy-;;  yy erty to a. v^ry;y\yealtliyr; u'-imug-cor-  :;.'.'���'-p.qratipu, .y^vhich,;''���.���'if- cpns.u mated,  -,.;y.; would probably- ymeati the expeiidi-1  yyyture of halfyaytiiillionydollars :;in the  ; .yearnpyyyThejumpiiig;of'tliese; leases  ;4-.vY.as_:doue.j<vith^  ;';cloud qn;the.company'.s title andby  .;. sb doing;balk; they deal, yy "This-" was  .;y-���������stated; so by- a .member  of the  legal  fraternity   in   town, his 'remarks at  --���the-time.were-that he 'had it in .for  .'���Hamshaw*'   dn"d;;, would go. out of his  '���'.way' to-ann'qy  or cause him trouble:  ... if ever opportunity.offered:;     When  .-the sale-.of the  property was talked  of this be.mliful sp'e'c.iii^h of an. up-  . to-date,'".."progressive; '.and;    broad-  minded citizen gels   busy, nrmraag-  y ing the files- in   the recorder's office  - y and hits .upon a cowardly scheme  whereby, he thinks he.may frustrate  any-negotiations.   ; -Fie   makes  the  . ..mud balls aiid passes tiieiii along Id  another to throw. Enter the second  ���actor'in .the. piece, '-'who is just as  progressive as"number.one; "lie", air.o  . has. ii.. little' hatchet to buiy���in  somebody. Surely bird:-; niityc-.-e  feather flock by . (hen; selves "together. Number two .hires .help, proceeds  to   tire creek and, under   the  . mantle of night.''carrie.:-* out the ne-'.  farious scheme, altcvv.-avihv haying'  the nerve   to  :i:;k ho'*;Vilalrly ol" ihe  . ]iei)]il-:  on   whom   h'-z ��� wus working  his snleen."  crew .of men, , treat  them   'white,'  and payylliein good wages.    To sum  it up they ;are..a goodygoing'conceni  helping the-district "and the people  in it'by circulating their money and  giving; employment. .-"��� '     x "[���(;';:.  The eastern  capilalists; sent their  representativesiti-'to look tlie;properly,oyer.; y. They, .were, immensely'  pleased" with'; it'yandy.olheryproposi-.  lions;., they, investigated.; Every thing  iiKgoiiig; along' swimmingly .when  this . calamity   breeder..; appears yon;  Ihe'sceneyandylrysyhisydirty; workyyy  yy What will the;;outcqmeybe?;, y-How  doesyyytheyiegaFyiiidividual-hope to  gain ; aiiy tliiiVg,   andy\vhere:-dpy tlie  ���partiesT\vhoseynamesi;ireyattached to  the .applications' come   in?; ;;.What,  will--..they--.; benefit? ';;���'. Flo* sane-man  Vvould ygrahty-their :requesty. ;They.  m us 11 ose.yy; B u t,. t li ere m ayy besom e  peltiroggiugworlctp; do,' and thisyis  where -Mr.y Wiseman ; comes in,; kill-  ingy;;tvvo.;ybirdsy;; with ytheyone stone.;  Keworks.:his.vengeance' on the..one;  handy and ;;'works'rhis;.clients:lor;a;  tcc:: with" the other;. The on Iyy; re--  ;\v-avd.j:he applicants-will get will  be  iiiey salislabtron -; bfykhdwingy that  they .have   lieeii- 'used,' -ythat .they.  iraye,...yityuiay;. be yuniiilentionaily,:  bi-en uiixedup iif haseyandydishoiiyy  brabie actioiisT-������""'x^yy^^-yx'y^y''  ",'���: 'Matters' .havey. come , to % pretty  pass when such  work  tnay be done  with impunity.     To  aid and abet  these tacticsis beneath the dignity of  anyone, who .hasa se.nseyof decenci'  dnd- honor,, of anyone who wishes to  hold   his   heady up  and be called a  man.    If. this continues  we will be-  forced;-.::to   place, patrols  about our  possessions, '.;;puty up   barbed   wire  breast-works  to  keep of these marauders from swarming over. .  Bolts  for tlie windows  and: locks for   the  doors will be necessary.y   :," ". 'xx-y;  There is nothing that .will down,  a district quicker and more effectually than this indiscriminate jumping.;. Ii blocks the'*wheels of progression by frightening away capital as well as the enormous expense  the miners, have to bear while carrying on" useless litigation and personal squabbles. If we are to get  ahead we've got to cast aside this  narrow-minded, selfiish attitude and  be men and treat one anotherWith  liuucsly and direct, straight-dealing.  &��.!��}R��>'"-ltWfc^.*��^*fc*^  6i-yX"- .:-..-.:-:-' ��� ���       ���';-������,. ,������'.:,. ,.������������"' ��� -    ..;... ���,'���'���'���' -.->��� :: ':���-...���/.-��� ������";     .,..'-.  ^ta*'o  iro.���erHes>::-.;ran  |   ;y;;-v;E  |yyr--:y,;,:;;.yr;.*v^iX;]y.,ya^^  S'���'���'."-��':- "���'"-. '"-'- ���.:":'..'*���: r'. -��� :���������'....'/'. ..-:x*'','���:���'��� .'���  -, ' ' ���y--'-",.'   ;." :\- .v.''. ��� ���-...' ;������.'       ���.-'.'���',,.'!;''������  \^Wy^y,^  ^yThe'Ir&^;^m��e,^  '^xyy:yy::yy'y-::-X:-  % ...yy.,:: :yy:.x^y:',x(xxxy ,V,--'-^-y;--r--'---y.:;y,.,=,,-:y,-y,.:;yy,-. .-yyyyyyy;;" '.yy;:;���;;  POOLyROOIVl  w.  GOQDSTABLING  B  ':yxyyy  THE;:^i)INING;y ROGAl;y;lS;;;U  MRS.JROXBOR^  ONLYtTHF;:BEST,;yOUALlTYypFf;yr^  y ;yii-y--BAKERYyINyCONNE  ''"-^^i?B'"s��j^ffi^^>^'"^;--vh^:y;?fe-',l.:  KONRADyW;AWRI''ckA,':MANAGER. :  SMALL AND yLARQE ORDERS/PROMPTLY'FILLED.  HE  t*^��b!*^^9*^.��^^>^S^-*^S!5S>jS't9s -P&&&I  '��>&.&: &-&&P&1�� &&&.&���>.&  OPEN DA�� AND NICHT.  The Bar is supplied -with.,'..'-h'oii'e   biitthe- best, brands of .Liquors  y and; Cigars.; First-class yBilliard and Poof Tables, y  5��  ������       ='������..'���."   -;' ' ���    ������" ,;.,'- ��� ���������- ..-: .:- "���'   '   ��  DIXON   &.   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  c-ii'.-.  ii',  ;i.4 |-.C?ii' Hi r;ii:et  an-.i jit'iccaliK'.- ]w-:<i���,*>;i(-i!i of the nr-.'jp-  erty -for liie p;i-t Jour year:-,, \\;\\-::.  cai-'rit-d un. stea  tin? dues sind lieux'.i:  etiiiucnt. every   ye;ir  Dr. L. S. Kellar has acquired the  Daily Alaskan, of Skrgway. The  Whitehorse Star extends him a welcome   into   newspaperclom   with   a  o: oration, navinv ������'���'��� ucere   and   heartv    wish   for   his  *   "     "J I - .        '������.--  ;!.-; or the gov- riniure [irospenty.      We.join in and'  These   were add   our   congratulations  and good  accepted and   nc.er a question   was  wishes.    The Doctor is well known  nd.-c-:i   :>s-   uj   ;ho legality or other- ! ;ind   has a host  of good friends in  wise . of. tiieir   litl-.--s.     They spend | t'ne distiict.     He  ought to be a de-  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CIIOICCSI WINLS, LIQUOHS AND CIGAItS CASI. GOOIJS A   SI'LCIALIY.  Corner Pearl and First Streots,  Atlin, B. C.  *tf^^<MMS;<r<?<j'tf^<W^^<r.<?^;:tf^^s4-^<j^-a ^'<^-^3^^j^s-^'-<y^'<j^vr^M^^*^��^r^<3^j  ev^ry'sea.-jiin lii.'-;-.':hi-;ds of dollars in  the   camp,    buying   ail   tiieir  food  cided   acquisition  to   the  ranks. of  journalism.     There   are   few who  supplies,    lumber,'   etc.,    from   the: are  more conversant- with  matters  local dealers.     They employ ?< big j affecting this great north laud.  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  i-besh: DHESSEny) meats  L|-Ytf-Hm-*-.'l  POULTRY  OF  ALL  KINDS,  Dressed - to' Order.  ���J^tttr^2ae.-aexx=/mzxn*tsi  BIXUJBHKX^=U 4ZtMk a��  :&<���  . _<c'  CHB.IS. -DOELiK-ER,   MANAGER. 41  ATLlNr   B.  C.,.   SATURDAY,  IT,  -9����7.  President Roosevelt intends, after  his pl'esen 1 term of office expires, lo  come lo British Columbia on a big  , game hunt.  Il is circulated in.Wall slicel that  l-',. A. I hu riinati will resign from all  the corporations   in .which he holds  jIliccH  id    l  cave   on   a   pnilouge  visit lo Europe. The life of a finance magnate has become too much  of a strain.  lv. C. Hawkins, the chief engineer who pifnuoled ami had charge  of the building of the While Pass  Railway, has signed on .with ihc  Guggenheims. He will have ehaige  of the const ruction of ihc C.Ualla  railway.  The friends of William Jennings  Bryan are advUing him lo withdraw from ihe race for the,Democratic presidential nomination. It  is urged that he cannot carry New  York, and without that stale success is regarded as doubtful. They  ask him lo support Governor John  A. Johnson, of Minnesota, for the  nomination.  The Cemetery Fund.  Wc are pk-n--ed In iep<.>rl th-i'i. (il.  the public nitreiing held in iegaii! lo  the cemetery it was decided to open  -yT-.T.r-"  .���JS3T  li "i  r Ii "���< 7T  .\\.  subsetintinn list  'or'I he purpose1  raising a sufficient sum of money to  fence ihe burial i'louiid. We ivuiiki  now eaiuestly appeal to the publi'.-  lo embrace  this opportunity ol" giv-  IXIN TRADING f  o.,'LD: ���    . ��� .���  r.^zz-r..  i-L-nra-swEi^-HErc-rra-a;!^  me- oui  last  slecnum  place  1 more  becoming   apni-  arance   than  it  no\  Speak the truth, and���shock all  who hear you. . . -       .,   . .<  "Bridget, I saw you.--kiss thai'  man." "Shure mam, ye ,wouldn'.t  have me resist an- officer av the  law."   .  "Where do you keep your complexion, Mrs. Smart?" "Where  you lost yours, Major���in a bottle."  "When men  break their hearts."  says a cynical female writer,   "it is  the same as   when a lobster breaks  one   of its  claws���another sprouts  iiij'uiediately and grows in its place."  "The boy grows more like his  father every day." . "Dear me! it's  too bad, I suppose you've tried  everything for it."  Here is a sample ol" Scotch wit:  A visitor to one of the small; towns  and remarked the entire absence of  children. He wondered at This and  finally, meeting a wea-jened.old man  on the street, inquired: "How  oftcii are children- born iu '��� this'  town?" "Only once,'" replied the  old man, as he hobbled on.  -   -.  Mary Anne had never been lo  the seaside. There was an excursion and she obtained permission to  lake the trip. On her return home  her mistress very kindly enquired  if she had enjoyed her outing, and  said: "Well, Mary Anne, did the  sea come up lo your expectation?"  "No, main," was   the'reply. "I oii-  ly went iii a little above my ankles.."  ��� ��<>*   It isn't so much that a woman  wouldn't, but she hates you to  think she would.  Me that wrestles with us strengthens our nerves, and sharpens our  skill.    Our antagonist is our helper.  Il is not the number .of facts he  knows, but how much of a fact he  is himself that proves the man.  presents.  As is. gcueiiilly known, the old  fence is not only bioken ��� down, but  late burials have been made on the  outside of the enclosure for waul of  space within, fl is the intention of  Ihe irusices to fence one acre of the  sacred ground iu a. -befilling manner; and lo enable ihem lo do this  il is absolutely necessary thai a fund  for the purpose "should  be raised.  Subscription lists will therefore be  posted in Atlin and Discovery, and  ail contributions will be duly acknowledged in our columns. We  fee! sine ihe public will not fail' lo  open ils purse strings, and will no  longer suffer God's Acre to remain  an eye-sore 10 the passers by.  It b  N VOLBNTAI  decided.  4%. V <U fi  IP  ��f th<  lie ute noisi  DLSCOVKRY,   U.  C  KIRST-OLASS DIKING  ROOM  GOOD-CLKANJtOOXIS  OXLV  Till-;   miST GOODS  USED AT TUli 1LVU.  Deen decided, at a meeting  shareholders of the ��� Atlin. Trading Company, Limited, held on Tuesday:afternoon,  June 4th, 1907, to wind up the affairs of  the company.''    " ' ..������.���  The entire stock, etc., will' be sold, en  block or otherwise, without regard to cost  j  ff^il  &-  &f wif.iiifr-skiy day.  ~��  ALL "PERSONS INDEBTED  TO . TLIE ABOVE COMPANY ARE  REQUESTED   TO   CALL   AND   SETTLE' WITHOUT ' DELAY.  ,. A.: ��� S.' -GROSS,   LIQ'UIDATOR  Proprietor.  ED.   SANDS,  Atlin View  Letterheads  We still have a few  - pads left. The only  Letter Paper to use  when you are writing to your friends in  the East.  fo be had at The Claim office.  'NOTIOII  Take Notice that I, A. McDonald shall apply to the Board of  Licence Commissioners, of the Atlin  Licence District, at Ihe next regular  meeting on June 15, 1907, for tbe  tiansfer'of my hotel licence for the  Wyiilou Hotel, Wynl'on, B. C, to  W. H. Simpson, ol Wynton, B. C.  Signed  '- A.  R. McDonald,  Atlin, B. C, June 6th, 1907.  OJ.  IRON   PIPING," STEEL   AND   BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE. . .'  STEEL SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  -        <cj*ftll!  Storks in Atlin and Discovkrv.  >&  B  wm  S-o- *^-*-�� -s-��-o-a -  >-*-��-��-�����-��-*-��-���-������*  HOW  TO  SUCURl*   III.'LI'.  Farmers, contractors, "manufacturers,-'and all employers of labor  desiring.married or single men, will  do well to apply at once to Major  C. W. Creighton, Salvation Army  Immigration Department, 439 Harris Street, Vancouver, B. C, or  Rupert .Street, Winnipeg, Man.  Blank application forms will be  supplied and each application will  receive careful attention, No men  will be sent unless applied for in the  above manner.  ft' E, BROWN & CO.  Si:oco==ors  to  J. H. Richardson.  LATEST STYLES IN GENT'S FURNISHINGS  DRY GOODS, CARPETS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS,  GOLD-SEAL HIP GUM BOOTS AND SHOES,  FULL 1'JNE OF MINERS GLOVES AND MITTS.  OTOKUS AT ATl.IN AND  I >IS( "( >VK.RY.  Mi! aid  *|W  "wi rerjctftErrrscarsa-t  WllV  SKNO  OUT WHEN   YOU CAN  OET BOOUS   AS CIII'.AI' IIKIIIi .'  Atlin, Nugget and    Grape   Rincjr.  mid all kinds of .luwulry inr.ini  fnut'iiroil 011 tlio iH-cmisos.  -���Kino .Now  Stock   of   Watches,  Clocks,   Jewelry   mnl   Diamonds  Wiitclir.-s fi-oin Sr,,00 up. Aironts for Columbia Gramophones.   '  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  jdles mm &��� s  Safety Deposit Vaults  ,    ATLIN  AND   DISCOVERY,  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jevdrs. ATLIN,    B.   C.     SATURDAY,    JULY   13,   1907.  Trip to the Glacier.  I.tist Salurday ihe sleaiuei Scotia  look down a jolly crowd of-excursionists to Ihe head ol' Torrey inlet,  on a trip to the I/lewellyn glacier.  'The, start was made at 9 a. iu. and  a delightful cruise was made across  the lake aud up the winding c.han-  uel'of the inlet. Luncheon was had  on boaid and full and ample justice  was done the delicacies,, provided by  the ladies. If- the table did not  'groan beneath the weight'of good  things,' surely some of the diners  must have.  Landing about r.45 p. m. a paity  of about twenty started for the ice  mountain. On the way Alex Smith,  who' was carrying a Winchester,  saw a bear which he immediately  proceeded to.fill with lead. He put  so many holes in it one might use  the pelt for a. inusquito' net. 'The  glacier was" reached and mounted  when a most magnificent view was  unfolded, a reward worth a climb  twice as arduous.  While crossing the small streams  and making the ascent and descent  the gentlemen gallantly came to the  assistance of the ladies causing a  great deal ol merriment and playful  banter. One of the swain got into  rather deep water.  The run back ou the boat was  very .enjoyable, the town being  reached about 10.30. A tired but  happy crowd trooped off the steamer and wended their several ways  home  thoroughly   pleased .with the  'FOR   S-A-LE  2,250  SHARES  I S  TI I K  P.kKcc   Hydraulic   Consolidated  LIMfTLI) COM PAN V, Ol* ATLIN.  At ii viii-y low  prit-r.   Address:  Gcza Popper, Greenville,  Texas, U. S. A.  Hampton   &   Durie,  Proprietors.  Hiigget Role  Discovery.  OPEN .DAY AND NIGHT.  m:-:sTAURANT  IJiulor Knt ircly .Now Mana-ienient.  Ilciiduuai'tcrs  for  Dixon's statre.  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. & A. M.  No. 12, G. 11. ILC.  Ilotriilnr   cnminuiiiea-  t ions  hold  on tlio   first  Thursday of earli month iu  tlio  A. O. U. \V.  Hall, Third Street.  Vi-iilins;- lircl.lircii coriliiillv invited.  Tin.- next, rr-irulnr communication   will  lie  hrld on Thursday, August 1st, at 7,110 p.m..  li.v orilei- ol tlio W. M."  C. II. HOUI'Nl', Si:i;iii-tahy.  o.  K.  BARBER SHOP.  l'I'KI)  SIIlKLBS,   .'KOI'.  l"rl-  BATHS FIFTY CENTS  ���ato I'litraiici". for Ladies.  day's outing.  Grant Reid, custom officer at Log-  Cabin, has been breaking the record  for catching big iish with the fly.  He landed one a few days that  would send spasms of delight unto  most devotees of the rod. It was a  trout measuring two feet iu length  and weighing a trifle under four  pounds. The Iish was caught in  the Tooshi river whcie, s.o Mr. Reid  says, there is as good fishing as can  be found iu ihe north. This particular beauty gave all the the sport  he wanted for about half an hour.  Lie was caught with a light rod and  cast and the stunts the angler "did  up and down- the rocks.and along  the stream was a si"lit to behold.  in the matter of the Estates of  Matthew McEwan and Daniel Burr.ycat, deceased; and  the. Official Administrators  Act.  NOTICE is hereby given that by  an order made by His Honour I".  McB. Young.'Judge of the County  Court at Atlin' on the 29th day of  June, 1907, the undersigned was  appointed administrator of the above-  estates.  All persons having claims against  the said estates or cither of them  must send same properly verified, to  the undersigned on or before the  10th day of August next ensuing-  after which the administrator will  proceed to distribute, the assets of  the said estates taking notice only  of such-claims as have been by that-  time properly verified.  W. E.  FISHER,  Olhciid Administrator.  (Vrl1!- 14-. S:v, J-'l.-Y 6*'h,. (907.  Synopsis of  Canadian  Homestead   Regulations.  '/\   ���*'���'' available  Dominion   Lands - within  r~\ tlio Uui I way Melt in Hritish Columbia,  may hu home-steaded by any person who is  the solr- lipnd of a family, or any male oyer IS  years of aire, to the extent of one:(i,uarter  section ol Hill acres more or less.  Bnti-y must he mado personally at. the local  liiml office for tlie district in which, the land  is situate.  The homesteader is required to perform  the conditions, connected therewith under  one- of thi* following- plans:  (1) At least six months- residence upon and  cultivation ot tlie land in each ypa'r'for three  years.  (-1) If the father (or unit her, if the father is  derc'ascd) of tin* homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of tin; land enterpd for,  the reciiiireineiits as to residence may he  salisfieil h.v such person residing with the  father or mother.  (!!) If the su trier lias his permanent residence upon . I'aviiiinpr land owned liy him in  the vicinity of iiis homestead, the rciiuirc-  uients as to residence may he satisfied by  residence upon the said land.'  Six months' notice in writing- should bo  jriven totheC'ominissioner of Dominion Lands  al Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lauds may lie purchased at $10 per aero  for soft, coal and JllOfor anthracite. Not more  than :121) acres can he. acquired by one individual or company. Uoyalty at the rate of  ten cents per ton of -!,0fH) pounds shall bo collected on Hip ni-oss output.  \V. W. CORV,  Deputy of the .Minister of tlie Interior  N.I'..���Unauthorized publication of this advert Numciil will not be paid for. jy21-lim  0 CONSUMPTIVES.  ��� The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means,  after suffering for several years with  a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease Consumi'Tion, 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  conyof the prescription used, which  they will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  Maladii-s. 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,\..  [  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  ALASKA    ROUTE   SAILINGS.  Princess IVIaLy    i =    July   Y7  PrincessRoyal   =  Sailing from Skagway 8p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver  aiid Victoria.  TransportiiiK by rail or steamer to Seattle without extra cluii'KO 9  Wo ffivo quick servico.     No inturmodiato calls.  For rates.or information,apply to  Accnt, SlciiRWiiy.  ���>-�����������. o ��� ���i  >���������<���>  USE. OUR ADVERTISING  COLUMNS  Placing before the public  the' many  advantages of  the district is the object of  -O  ��Kt��K��*K&'��*a*��'>e��a*c^*a**��.**^  $��*��*D.**3*a*'0.<>��*.a$-a*>:i*CK!oa  This cannot be successfully accomplished ������without the generous support of  the  business  people and  the residents,  SEND US- TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  *��-��,��� �����.��� ���.��� ��� ������������������������������� ��� ��-��-��<t>-��-��  JOB PRINTING AND COMMERCIAL WORK.  CARDS, POSTERS AND HAND BILLS ^ ^  Executed  Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  ,,, THE CLAIM OFFICE.  _,�����*  wmmMmmmmm  ^s^^^^^se^^tv^s^fi^^^^ ? n&fe

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