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 I    , '      *���  \       0  ��� .- K-'^CTOB^J  '' A < Ci I  - �� ' -V'i I  3-1.  TI  i-,'f|  jy>  ts  1    <���'  VOL.  r4.  ATLIN,  B. C, ��� SATURDAY,    JUNK    2,   .906.  NC. 3&t  TELEGRAPHIC.  ALFONSO AND ENA    ,  ��� GOT MARRIED,  Dastardly Attempt to Assassi-  nate the" Newly, Wedded.  KING AND QUEEN ESCAPED INJURY.  Train Robbers put on' Tria'Pand the  Jury Disagreed.      ' *  ���   .  Second , Trial Proceeding ,With a  JSfew Jury--San QuentinlOfflcial  Positively Identified Edwards  ���as Notorious Bill Miner���Town  ��f  Chilliwaek Got & Severe  , .. j - -    ��� *  1 Seorching���Melnnes   Talked--  .Hon. Jas., Dunsmuir Sworn in  *''   -,-M;QF8",shbeksat_Frisco.  [Sl'ECIAL TO THE  CLA'IM.]  Madrid, June 1.���King Alfonso  ���of Spain and Princess'Ena-ofBat-  ttenburg were -married in'this city on  Thursday." *  London, * June > t.���A ��� London  ���news agency this morning -received  ���a despatch from Madrid stating that  ���as the King Alfonso and Queen  .Ena, of Spain, were returning to  "the palace yesterday after their wed-  -ding ceremony a bomb, which was  .thrown at theit carriage, exploded  vwith terrific force and severely injured an equerry aud killed 20 people and two horses. The'King aud  Queen escaped unhurt.  Kamloops, B. C, May 30.���The  trial of George Edwards (alias Bill  Miner), William Dunn -and Lewes  -Colquhoun, the three men who were  ���arrested on charges of having com-  ��� mitted the "hold-up" of a Canadian  Pacific Railway passenger train near  ..this town.'On, the tnorniug of May  9th, began on Monday morning be-*  fore Justice Irving. The prisoners  pleaded not guilty to the charge of  highway robber*/. An application  for a postponement of the case was  ���denied by'His Honor and the trial  proceeded. Warden Kelly, of-San  Quentin penitentiary, California,  ���was 'one of the first witnesses produced for the prosecutioa and he  positively identified George Ed-  ���wards, the highwayman leader, as  Bill Miner of "hold-up" fame, and  who has seived time in the California prison.  Kamloops, B. CM May 31.���The  jury on the train robbers case retired on Wednesday afternoon and,  ���after deliberating for several hours,  ihe foreman informed the judge  that they could not agree on a verdict and they were discharged by  him. The jury stood eleven Jor  ���couviction and one for acquittal.'  The new trial begins before Judge  Irving just as soon as a new jury  ican be impanueled.  Chilliwaek, B.'C.,' May 30.���Almost the entire business section of  tfais place was destroyed  by a   fire  which Crake out*-at 1.30 a.m. on  Monday in -Knight's famishing  store. For some hours the whole  town was threatened with extinction]  and people had prepared to abandon;  their homes. > The strain was how-'  ever relieved during .the'morning  by-the work of -the firemen, whot  finally succeeded in getting the con-i  flagration under control. The grea  ter part of the loss is covered by insurance.  * Vancouver, B.C., May 31'.���Governor McIunes,',of the Yukon Territory, left here for Dawson _on_',the  2Sth inst., and says that he is well1  pleased with the-result of 'his journey to -Ottawa?' - Governor-Mclnnes1  was% given to understand that the  new mining code would be adopted'  as'submitted^yihim, and als'o*that  change will be made in the ��� regulations regarding the disposal oftini  ber, , water, and land rights and in  the quartz mining laws. V  ft  -.11   *    ���        *���*  ^Victoria, , B.   C.,' May 31'��� The  Hon. Jas. Dunsmuir was^worn in  as' Lieutenant Governor of^British'  Columbia here on t Saturday.  San Francisco, May 31.������Severe  * \ " til  earthquake shocks werefelt through-,  ont .this ^ccity and' district at 8.30  p.m/ on Thursday and 2.20 a.m.'  on Friday of last week. Since then1  a large number-of people, have left  the city and others are still leaving.  The'majority of the migrators state  that-they will remain away from the  city.until.such time as the ..trouble  ceases.  Regina, "May 31.���The Saskatchewan legislature prorogued on Saturday after a session of _ thirty-six;'  days, during' which'-sikty-four acts  were passed.    * ,    ,     ^   _ N ���  Sebastapol,, May.-31.���During a"  review of the troops here on Sunday  several bombs were thrown amongst  the soldiery by the revolutionists  and "three of the rank and file were  killed by the force of the-explosions  which followed. Commander General Neptoff and several other offi-  ���cers and men were more or less  injured.  Tiflis, May 31.���Wiiile the Governor General of the province and  the Chief of Police of this city were  out driving on Sunday a 'bomb,  which was thrown at them, exploded and killed oue of the Cossacks of  their bodyguard. The:i others escaped uuinjured.  Houghton/ Mich., May 31.���  Fifty-seven distinct seismic shocks  were felt in this vicinity ou Friday,  the 25th inst.  Odessa, May-31.���The strike of  seamen and marine engineers is  rapidly extending to all Orimean  aud Caucasian ports and is pa-ralyz-  iug the traffic of the Black sea.  St. Petersburg," May 31.���Premier Goremkyn has resigned aud  has  been succeeded by M. Shopo'fF.  London,- May .31.���The ^British  battleship Montague' went on the  rocks at the mouth of Bristol chan  nel on Monday and will probably  be a total .loss.       . -  'Ottawa, May 3-1.���The Sunday  Observance Bill which is at present^  before the federal House *of Commons will, while pi eventing the  publication of newspapers on Sunday throughout the Dominion, also'  pi event'the'importation of Sunday  newspapers -from the United States/  ���    ' 'GENIiRAI^'NEWS.    '  The United States senate'hasgiven  notice of its intention, to  raise  the  American legation at Constantinople  to an "embassy.     ' r  '���<���,������       ' '        ���>   -  . At Wh.ite"horse ' en Saturday last  Whitehorse   defeated    Douglas [a.t  baseball   by a score of n to 7, and  Skagway defeated .Juneau by.a score  Of ,7   tO   6.   ��� r  .William Jennings'Bryan has been  endorsed by the Democratic judicial  and 1 congressional .convention for.  the Democratic .presidential nomination in 1908, ,    ���  ' -"-The ;state - of 'Nevada will expel  from that state all1 insurance companies that plead technicalities to  avoid * the payment cf losses incur-,  red in the San Fraucisco fire.  r  A -Victoria despatch of last "week  stated that Mikkelsou had sailed on  his-search to-discover a =new continent. , j There were-eleven persons in  his party and it-is -their-intention to  cross .the Accticoceau .next spring.  1 At Cleveland, 'Ohio, last week  Senator Emery testified '.before the  Inter-state -Commerce Commission  1 ������     j.  that ' the Standard Oil Company  owns *a-railroad and*, that his company was hounded .to death by the  octopus'."      ' ���'  u The,fight which'was scheduled to  take place at Los Angeles last week  between t Nelson aud Herrera was  declared off by the latter .refusing to'  fight'because the principals had not  weighed in at .the time specified in  'the agreement. '  ^ Assistant President Patton, of the  Pennsylvania Railroad, testified last  Week-at Philadelphia -before ^the In;  ter-state Commerce Commission that  lie received ^300,000 worth of stock  fromthe coal-companies as a gift to  the directors of the road.  A late despatch irom -Rome says  the pope laughs at the story that'he*  is dying. 'He says that he has not  been near -death's .door. A few  da5-s"ago the pope-gave audiences'  for the .first-time in several weeks.'  He had an attack of heart failure;  last week.  ./Fearing' that 'there will be riots'*  incidental to.-the elections in Panama on June 26th (he United States  will land 100 marines in that city.  'Secretary Taft-has caused the politicians -of Panama to be informed  tliat the 'United 'States will not tolerate-an extension ot the revolution  to -the caual.zone.  Lt was reported in St? Petersburg  larit^-wtek that the court-mprtials  5iave sentenced General Stoessel and  Admiral  NebogatofT to -^cath, the',  former for surrendering Port Arfhtn  aud the latter, .for losing the batik  of the sea-of Japan. While Jhe re-  poit 'had uot been cbnfiimed it wa��  credited and was ..causing a grea/.  deal of uneasiness.,        ,  A Seattle despatch ot May'22nG  said: 'Manager Seavey" of the  Thiel detective agency, has returned  from British Columbia where he assisted in the hunt for the Canadian  Pacific train -robbers. He says Bill  Miner and .his -gang, whom they  have captured, are the men,who  held up the ^Gr-eat Northern train  near this place last November. He  asserts that ���this fact is now positively known.  ' During the-fire at 'Fairbanks last  week the court 'house and federal  jail were destroyed. The prisoners,  including the bandit Heudrickson,  were taken out and fastened -to trees  in" the outskirts of the town until  the fire was got under control and  temporary quarters were secured.  One third -of the town was destroyed  and the loss is estimated at two and  a half millions. ��� Th'e insurance carried was very .light." The Daily  News plant was ' totally destroyed  aud the Times saved only one press.  All tlie banks)were burned with the  exception of that of the Fairbanks  Banking Co. .       ,   <*  The .Law 'Courts.  > .Monday sand Friday were the  only days* this week on .whioh  County Court was held.  The trials of Regan et al vs. Columbia Hydraulic were adjourned,  till yesterday for.leave to amend the  company's name.  The British American "Dredging  Co. made an application for p a review of the costs as between  solici-  r �� Z e  tor and client. The application was  adjourned till Monday.���Mr.'Woods  appearing for the compaivy and Mr.  Fisher contra.  Pine  Creek Power Co., "Ltd., vs.  Brackett  et  al.���An application to  fix   trial, and  a ooutra , appeal   to  amend the defence and add Hale as .  defendant.���Adjourned till Monday.  An 'action has''been commenced  by J. W. Patterson vs. N. B. Co,,  Ltd., for recovery of -some J&250 on  a promissory note.  I11 -the actions of Regan vs. Columbia Hydraulic Co., ���McDonald  vs. Columbia -Hydraulic .Co., aud  Atliu Market Co/,.Ltd., vs. Columbia Hydraulic Co.,'judgment was  given for plaintiffs for the amounts  claimed with costs. "The mechanics  liens were withdrawn.  Clay .vs. .Queen.���Judge .Young  decided -that-the defendant was entitled to a new trial under orcjer of  Judge Henderson. Trial to take  place in the immediate'future.  The action of Hale vs. Gold Commissioner >was withdrawn after the.  defence had been-filed.���Mr. Woods:  for Hale and theGolcLCommissioner  for himself.  Magistrate Fraser was engaged  all day Tuesday in the Small Deb��s  Court listening te arguments in-.tlr*  case of Clay ������vs. McNaughtot.���  Judgment wars vbsssvjijL  y *5l  v '"-  " 2'  A->|  - *-tl  <> ii  'Vl  '  .*'  .    ?  1 /* I  ��� Ad  1%xvll  ���I *fll  ���  H  -  - **���  './I  .-*-|  " li , - * ,-'* .-;  > -.  '   i\  ���    iV  AW,*JK��  B.   C.t   SATURDAY.   JUNE    2.   1906  TSie* Aftin Claim,  3jtIB ATLIN^CtA-IM ic puabicH&D.cvuiv.rcA-ru/tciAY  MORNINa.      MAILXD    Fftrc   Tty. AMY    r-AJIT-Or   TMr.  WORLD   tOR   SO   CEMTB    Pen   HOfrTH.;-   CIG.OO    i��C'l  vrAn.    A&vcriTictNa ratcs : gi.oo Pen inch cai-h  ��� nsciition; ncAOina koticcs. *& ccmts.a un/-.  SPECIAL  RATC9   ON.<APPLICATION.  -��������-  JOB PRINTING :  ILL-HCADB,  r^TTtB-HEADB,  OIVDCRS  p-OCTCPiS. VI8ITINJQ   CAnD'3  PRQOI1AMMIB,      ETC... ETC.  ,P��OKf>TfcY  CXCCUTCD.  PR1����S. M.0PJCP.AT&  ima-&MiiiM3i<AiM-BanwsHiNQ Co.,.l.-rn.  W.    POLIiAvIDj    G��A.NT,.    EDITOli-MA��A<IV,H.  We can earn success,, but' we cannot inherit it.  ' The more .styles of shirt'waists  3'0ti show, a girl tha- more she wants  to,see. .   '  Look, to the interests of your home  town and the town will-: take oare of  your interests.  Thursday's outgoing mail was-the  first to leave town; fori i-S days-���almost old-enough: to walk, out;.  When-some-people drop- a-, dime  in the contribution, box they, figure  on getting a-through-.ticket, to.glory  lii exchange.-   .  The first; mail' to- arrive par the  lake boats-from-Carcross^got-in- at  ���8.40 p.m. Wednesday���the second'  mail to,arrive sinos^May i.nh-..  The-"Atliii District Sourdoughs'"  is the latest-,organisation toi be promulgated: by our-enteyprisiiig" neighbors. Mas* their, sour, dough never  lack for strengthito-make it rise.-���  Whitehorse-Star*-_  Gold Commissioner- Fraser has  set June 15th as-the date for the  opening of the mining season, instead oi July istias.in former, years.  Companies and individuals holding-  placer ground would do.welLto-bcat  this fact in-miuxU.  Some   of'the  last mail!to arrive-  Bad been through;the hands ot Bill  Miner, who held up a, C.P'R. train  on  May 9th.    Since  then: Bi!l>has  been rounded-up  and* put ou-trialj,  hut the jury disagreed.and a second  trial was-taking.-place-wben the mail-*  reached 1 Atlin-.    Verily, the  mails  are slower, than justice in B. G.  In  the' world, where  honors   and1,  wealth   are   doled out toVthe few,  thousands are striving for the  unattainable,-, without a, thought of the  [future oi those dependent on them.  The pampered, pet of today, is the  despot or duunliardl  of  tomorrow,  and tha- honest poor, ana <ikttvii<-trod-  <den- fbi*-   the- trust Shey respected*  The so-called HclVare-todie& to), according to.the length of their pock-  etbooks',   and  it matters little-how  men made-their money, ifi they are  willing to.share it.    This is-certainly a  world of contradictions.    We  punish crime by crime- audi licence  evil;.   A short timcagoja converted  native-of ATricai who< had' been  for  forty years a-, missionary, returned  to-canuabalisin.    He-was. a> college  graduate   and  the  last sermon <��� he  preaqhed, was on "Sincerity."    In  the' mad race that will) end- -beneath  six   feet*." of earth  how many^ take  time-to think of "the consequences of  every action?." The worM is-'with. us,  early andUate,. and' we- live with the  idea that- things will ga-,oni tomorrow  as they db-today, and:so on- tx*�� the  and.    If we.-understand) clearly how  important it is-t-hafc ,wa- should' improve , the time vouchsafed) untoi us,'  by unselfish- acts .audi kindly deeds  -to one' another,   the.- Gol&feu-  Rule  .would'   govern ��� our , eveiry' action  meriting-, fon us  that .only true reward which-- shall be eternal life.1-���  A.O.U.W. Record: A . .    '   .  �� S. "ib^-��t'ti. �� fJv��"iV��s  WHY &BNI)  OUT '.VIIJ'.S   YOU CAN ��ItT GOODS ,SS CHICAT' heto?  ���Atluj*, Nugget nnd Grape Rings awl all kinds of .I��woli-v run:.-,  fucfciiiud on tha premises. ' '  l^ine New Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewefry nwf Diamoitdfi  Watches from S,*j.0(l ii]>> A^i-nls loi- Coliiiiihiu Gi'iiinoiiliiiiiei.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  'JULES EG6ERT-'&---S0N9 aw.��� Ap DiSCovkuv,  safety Deposit vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing "Jcwelrs.  Thej  are   Waiting 'for   Youi  '&:��Mn^  IN;  CLOiriiN  1 a   Hats and Bry Q&ods,  y . I.M....W.W��..I . MilWIMIIWWIHWW^  .   Garnets ant�� House FwnishSsigs*  , ' '        '< ���  ffUUU   HINE)    OF''BOOTS1  ani>   SHOES,  ���also,   G,6l,D'   SEAIv - HIP   GUM    BOOTSl     '  M. C. Brown & Co.,  Atlin and ���  Discovery, B. C.  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  Canadian,' Facific-'iR'ailway Company,  On . Ai  NOTICE.  SIXTY, Diysitiftondntowe ihtenditoiupply  ^ ' to.the Chief. Commissioner ������ft Lands  TriinbWorits,.V-i'!toria, B. G.,.for permission to  purchase the following "aud% situate- on  ;Windy Arm). Ileiaiett Division, C&ssiiirrDisr,  trlct,. commencing- nt a post, on North WJest  corneivof Lot It, thoneo 40Iohain&'\VeBtralt>nfj  North Hoimdsu'y.liiic.GOth parallel l&tftude,.  thence 20 chain1!South, thence EasinM chains,  thenco 20 chains .North* along West boundary  of Lot 7- to place of' commencement, con".-  tainin^ 80 acres more-or less.  Lociucii Hay 10th, 3S0B  W.A. ANDERSON,.  jty28 .        CHARLBS^PUGSLEY..  AU.ASKA   ROWTE   SArLfWGS.  ",���'���.,������ , -,���"���" '���>���.-  Princess Beatrice  ���   , . '    ' departs, fi-b'm  Skagway ' '..-."  May   2Qth   &   June   2nd.  S&iliiier fi'om Skagway 8 p.m.    -.  ��ireet t��i Vancouver  and Victoria.   .       ... . > i        .        , ,���  llranopotitaiigr by railion stammer, to, Seattle without exts�� charge. .  H. B:\Dunn,--  Ago��t, SfeaKwny.  J We giVe-qniclt service.     Noiiiitei'mcdittte cnlts.    ,.  .    -   ls ���    ���-Bor rates-or ijifannatian appll- to  15^1  HfcQ^  t**&  l THE   GOUF)   HOUSE,  CJ.  .   DISCOVERY,  ���NISSEN,    -    -  B.   C.  Prcprfeter..  Bpstaiirant in Connection UiiiIsb  K��w anil Cupalilu Slsinafjenient.  f  y&0&9-+-*-�� ��������������>�������>>������������� ��<^.  lilmto Ii0(!ge,  A\.m &,A^IWi  Kcgrulav, commnnica-  tjniid.hekl; on, the iirst  T-hui sdfty.of each month  in the A..O. UiW. Hall,  TJiird Strecb.  Visitjntr.lii'ethi'ou cordiallyiinvitod.- *  2   ���    a-  *VW***2^>*&A&/VVV^WVM��M��*^  A   WORLD OE  CONTRADICTIONS.  In a country where the-drink bill  Js  millions- of dollars��annually and,  where.a saloon cannot opeu.its-doors.  daily at-an expense- less- than- ten>  dollars;.where ai man is-allowed.lo.  become a charge on the people from  the effects of the liquorcbabit;,where  poverty and distress, iss attributable  to its baneful influences;.where men  and women- spend, their hard earnings for. something, that does- them.  no good<audi i'mpovmshes them;, in  a country of this-description-, the.se?  oieties that- are doing-their, utmost*,  to uplifts humanity can  hardlj\fiud  enough   attendants   at meetings to  conduct the business of. conserving,  the   interests of. those-who-require  oare   and   protection.      Daily and-,  nightly, the thoaires- are filled.,with  audiences, listening to comedies andt  dramas,. w-Hilfe^ the- churches^   in  which-toeiisare teaching' the-way* to  a better land, are patronized by wo*  men, aud. children,, with at sprinkling';  of, the. master, of the universe^ man.,  cite!  ; DISCOVERY,.B.. C.  A Sh-ictl^ First-Class. Hotel.  EDv   SANDS,, Proprletofti  Choiccst.Wines,Xiquors andiCigars  ThcDiiiihg-Room-,.under the- man^  agementjofiMrs.,T. Hincbcliffe,  fur-nishes^the best meal in.town'-.  Advertise: '.ihe , Bsstrici .  Wfo&m   Writing   to . Friends  "VIEW- OF 'ATLIN"*  ' Writing Paper.  W>S<AAf\AA6&AAAAA*>AAAAA&AAA*.  Hampton   &.   Duric,.       Rrounletora.  Discovery..  OPEN. DAY AInD: NHSBBE.  EIRSffi-CLASSJRESTAURAIKC "  IN  CONNECTION,  HoailCuartora f��r DiKon.'a 9*o��9.  <$>����������.��-�����>�� �� ��"3>������������ �������.������������������������������������������� ������<$�����-��� ��� �� ���� ��.��<3>  The Object of  Is. to- advertise and promote  the   interests   of the  ATLIN DISTRICT!  $  u  \\  feSfea^afii\8!ift6^giRPjW^iW^J^^  *S*     J6    '���S6'  i  ���A  ifi1  ���*l*  11  4  i  ft.  't  i ,^  -11  t'.-i *, 1  ^ ,  * Ij  -���Jv'-    -v.  .,<.. ��     *--v*  ���*"5                    &     ;  *   - t'.l!  *bt'  , Is  * /��  ATWN,   B. C,  SATURDAY,   JUNE   a,   xqo*S  , r . . *, ' i *   *        '          t   Favors   Contraction.  ,  ��� 'i ���r:    i.  The fellow who is anxious to make  the '.',irl his bride,  When scaled m the parlor and nestled by hei bide  And watching every movement,  Would   think it nn improvement  31" they didn't make lhc sofas  quite  so wide.   ���" :'  i.'.<'      .Some .Definitions.       ,  Pessimism���Mental indigestion.  '' Fame --Post-morcem appreciation.  Tainted Money���A new variety  ol sour grapes. ^  '  Ability���The explanation of your  success.  Luck���The explanation "of "the  other fellow's. -. .    -  j Worry���Interest paid on "trouble  before it falls due.  Amateur Farming���"A'form of ex>-  travagance practiced by -men who,  like Carnegie"' do not' wish to die  rich."     * ' ' L VA'<'  A Skeptic���A man who can't believe in the miracle of Jonah and  the whale and yet thinks he can  beat Wall,street.      ���      \  The Srnart Set���A group of people who, in trying to amuse themselves merely, succeed in* amusing  everybody, else.     .���    *      *      -   , -  1  '    Upr and   Down. .*  .".By weary, painful stages,  On heavy laden boots,  We slowly climb the hill of fame,  And then we shoot the chutes.  From   the   Waste   Dump.  Fill pin cushions with thoroughly  dried coffee grounds, for mice and  . moths .will never .touch them, and  the needles and pins do not rust.  t  ';When' I. came of age.'Asaid  young Mr. Kallow, ''I ' promised  mother that I'd never-marry until I  found the iight girl.* don't y' know."  "Yes?" iephed Miss Bright. "Yaas,  aud you're the right girl." "Well,  no-v "isn't..that provoking, foi you're  the wrong ' man." ��� Philadelphia  Press.  The shekel of the ancient Hebrews  was fiist coined in 141 B.C. The  shekel appears lo have been coined  in gold, 'copper and silver pieces,  the gold shekel*being worth* $5-69.  the silver shekel 54 cents, and the  copper 3 cents. The silver shekel  was the most used.  The first and only human imprint  ever found in anthracite coal was  uncovered by Michael Siucavage, a  miner at the Eagle Hill colliery,  near Pottsvillc, Pa., the imprint of  a "man's foot.' Fossils, of snakes,  ferns, etc., have been plentiful, but  this is the fiist evidence that prehistoric man was in existence in this  country during the formation of the  coal beds. -The imprint, 4it is estimated, must have been"made 10,000  yearsago: Sincavage,-not,appreciating the value of his find/dumped  it in an ordinary coal wagon after  he had '"shown it to his fellow  miners.  '��� The   first   hydraulic mining   of  which there is .an  authentic   record  was at Yankee Jim's, a placer camp  in Placer county," Cal:, about * three  miles west of Forest Hill. - A ditch  was dug'along'the hillside and from  th'is  a  flu me *-'was built 'outward to-f  ward a small ravine, where the mine  had been opened. ' This flume-was  carried   out   until it had reached a  point thirty feet above the'-ground.'  Here the water poured into a barrel,  \o the bottom of which was attached  a   hose   or "pipe" of rawhide." "The  nozzle was a'tin pipe about four feet  long  aiid shaped 'like an ordinary  horn, having an opening  one, inch  in  diameter at the end.    With this  Ismail and simple apparatus"E. E.  Matt isbu, "the inventor, soon'proved  ���the superiority of his   device' over  {shovelling, and the idea was at once  'adopted' and quickly improved and  j enlarged upon.  ssing  v  SINCE the 31st ,of Octember, a  young.man about 182 .years pf  age of a,very tall -complexion,* hair  straight, curlyleeth and yellow,eyes.  He had , on a maccaroni coat trimmed with-sawdusts a -white slop  made'of yeHow'flannel; green calico  trousers lined .with cod liver oil.  Wellington'boots' laced up behind.  He;had a barber's pole iu one hand  and a wooden carpet bag in the  other,-consisting of a rat trap,and a  petrified coal heaver, and he was  last' ��een crossing Atlin Lake with  His legs'tied in a knot and his head  under his arm, singing "Au Revoir"  through his nose. It appears he  met a superannuated body snatcher,  who struck him in the stomach  with a pork sausage, "causing him  to have an attack of the collywobbles, and an old lady who witnessed  the above outrage was so horrified  that she fell down and struck her  head against a feather bolster, causing a wound four feet deep, which  bled so much that it washed an elephant into a ditch and drowned a  dog that wasn't there.  Whoever' .will give such'inform:  atioii to his afflicted -parents will be  kindly rewarded with a tripe medal:  His father earns his living, by carrying treacle in a sack, being his only,  means of subsistence. You can't  mistake the above party when you  see him, he walks'stoo'girig'uprigbt,;  caused through swallowing a young  bicycle when he was a baby.  N.B.���The Royal Hotel Dining  Room serves the best meals in the  camp.���Sunday dinner is a treat.���  Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, Props.  WE  MEAN   OUR  Monthly Prick List  and  our  V*  .   CASH PRICES!  ������Strange We never thought of it before!  , *  *'..., ' '���- " -      ,     'A  '   Our June  Price List is Now Ready I  ���       >-> - , - *  OUR Printed Price List'just seems to fill a long felt need, as, wheu  our patrons receive it on the first of the month they know exactly  what'goods will cost them during the month, aiid it is a great assistance  in making up an order. - ��� ^  ; We have a large Stock of Goods now on the way iii  and we will place them in  the Store at Lowest  Possible  i Prices,, FOR CASH, in Case Lots. '   '  ,.      .    ��� 1 - '  ' You are always sure ,of the 'Best  Quality'of; Goods at the ���<  ���  w " 'J'"  '' 'A.- T. COMPANY'S STORES. -      *   ���  Goods delivered promptly on the Creeks  and  in  Town.  ���p. . '  If   you are not  already a-customer- it  will   pay you  to''give  us. a���trial' order.  J a��w    e��*    t��&    V*    vF    vF* v v^  The Atlin Market .Co., Ltd.  FRESH , DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY OF ALL. KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C. .DOELKER . Manager.  BENWELL  -SUCCESSORS '.CO-  THOMAS    &    BENWELL,  Wholesale Wine   and  Spirit  Merchants.  ;'��� USHER'S   WHISKIES.  ' Vancouver, B.C..        --      -���     -        P. O. Box 102. ���  E.J.nnd Mrs.  Edwards  assumed  control of the.  Royal  Motel     !  --  - dining  -  Room  on  May 31st.  The  Canadian   Hank  of   Commerce.  CAPITAL   PAID   UP   $10,000,000.  -  Reserve, #4,500,000.  ���,   - *. *    -       ���  Branches.oLthe.Bank at Seattle,   ���  San Francisco,  -    ���- .,���' Portland,"  ' V _   .  .i * A    -' Skagway, etc.  '"      *Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Office in Connection.  D. ROSS, Manager.  yf.  ���*���-, '5 i  ���y^  .4��  A-'.  2*$?'  : tii  ^ '.������>���'  Ah  '- ft-  * - J?-*-"  .S * J*  *t--~4i  ,   -Ut  **i  11 .<���',%<',  '   I,' t.  f ���  -:77-�� I  ^���_���^^ I Awvyvwi-ww^^ ffl  ATLIN,  .E.   C,    SATURDAY,;''JUNE   a,*   1906'  Local Events.  Fresh garden r and flower seeds  and onion sets at C. Rf Bourne s.  The latest'magazines and papers  -are always on hand at Pillman's.  ^cDonald's Grocery makes a  specially of fresh eggs and butter.  E. P. Queen left Thursday for a  short' business trip to the towns on  Windy Arm.  . Dr. H. E. Young is paying Wynton, . Conrad and Carcross short  visits this week.  Souvenir Postals.���Several new  designs just arrived atC. R. Bourne's.  Supt. P. F. Scliar'schmidt, of the  \V. P.& Y. R. river and lake boat  lines, is expected in on today's boat.  A. C. Hirschfeld, special correspondent for the Vancouver World,  left per Thursday's boat���for the  "outside.*  Geo. Fiudley arrived in town  on  '   Wednesday from  Wynton and expects to return there on today's outbound boat. ' '     .     1  "Willie" Brown hopes to complete the Surprise lake dam in a  very few days. He has been sending down orders for���flags.  Jas. I,ipscombe, the Atliii ' agent  -   of   the   W..P. &Y. R., arrived in  camp on the first boat and has assumed his duties for the season.  ,   -     <    i ���   /  We are informed that during the  present season the Scotia will arrive  in the mornings'and leave in the  afternoons -of Tuesday and Friday  of each week on her regular trip. '  The trustees of St.' Andrew's  Hospital desire to. gratefully .ac-'  .knowledge"the receipt of a donation  of twenty dollars from Mr. J. T.  Regan towards the funds of that institution. *  Seventy-six sacks of delayed'mail  arrived per the first trip of the  Scotia on Wednesday and, until the  boat cleared at 10 o'clock next  morning, Postmaster Williams was  the hardest worked man in town.  Never lose sight of the fact that  I keep oh hand at both my Atlin  and Discovery stores complete stocks  '' of heavy and shelf hardware and"  that all orders, whether large or  small, are attended to.���J. T. Regan.'  Mr. E. D. Rorke,' of the Atlin  Trading Co., accompanied by Mrs.  Rorke and their children, will leave  for the southern British Columbia  coast on the next outward trip of  the Scotia. Their departure from  the camp will be much regretted by  a host of friends and acquaintances.  The Weather.  Mining Notes.''  The work" on the Conrad mines  is being pushed ahead as rapidly as  possible.       ' ���'' *'"  It is stated that Mr. Chas. Queen  will operate his Spruce creek ground  this seasou. "   _ < ���._  O. B. Perry," of the Atlin Con.  Co., is expected to arrive in camp  on today's boat.        ''  , A. ,  Mr. Petty, the discoverer of the  Conrad ' mines on Windy Arm, will  pay Atlin a visit next week.  Mr. R. R. Pedan,' who for some  years has been engaged'iu quartz  mining in the Bennett - district, is  paying the Atliii cathp a short visit.  The Gold Commissioner this week  issued an order 'giving the North  Columbia Gold Mining Co. and the  Pine Creek Power Company, Ltd.,  right of way through and certain  dumping privileges on, the "DV  lease. , -   -    ,  The steam shovel of the Northern  Mines Ltd. is,still idle���no engineer  having -as yet arrived. ' However,  Mr. R. D. Fetherstonhaugh is not  idle but" has two crews at work on  the deep cut in thebedrock and 'is  obtaining very satisfactory results.  It is expected that the shovel will  be put iu motion during the coming'  week. t .  Yesterday there was quite a laud  slide from out of the north bank of  Spiyice - creek near Lambert aud  Kearns ground. The bank broke  away just below the ditch of the  Spruce Creek Power' Co., Ltd.; and  did considerable - damage to the  flumes on the creek claims below.  It is supposed that the 'percolation  of the water from the ditch was the  cause of the slide. - -  The Spruce creek dredge, operated by the British Columbia Dredging Co., Ltd., commenced digging  on the 14th pf May and has continued to run without interruption  ever since. While the manufacturer's standard or:theoretical capacity  of the. dredge is,3^00 yards per  day, an-average of only 1,000 yards  daily has been the practical limit.  The manager, Mr. O. T. Switzer,  expresses * himself as very well  pleased with the .work aud results  so far obtained.  THE iitON STORE.  Just   to   Hand!  ���mini  FreshCggs,  Onions, Oranges,  Apples,   jCemons,  Our Goods���Always tlie Best' '    '' "  Our Prices���Cash or-Credit���As Low as ,the Lowest.  STABLES & LUMSBEN,  northern Brewia Company, ttl  , . . ATLIN, B. C  ��� - ��� *' -��� ' '       '   '  Brewers  of Lager Beer and Porterm  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY' FILLED. '  ft*ftft*9*  THE KOOTENAY  HOTEL  OPEN.DAY AND.NIGHT.  .  THE  DINING-ROOM  IS-CONDUCTED''ON  Sl'S-I-CT-LY FIRST-  ';'.-"_   V    ,     CLASS, .PRINCIPLES. .  . "'        *'      :'\  THE  9  DIXON   A-.'SCHULZ;  .Pr-oprietors.  -  Corner' Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  FIRST   CJLASS   RESTAURANT   J3M  CONNECTION..  CHOICEST "WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAItS CASE GOODS A SPECIAUY.  Heated  By   its  and   Lighted  Own     Plant  Stables & Lumsden carry a stock  of good groceries^ ,. ,     '  Read the A. T. Co.'s advertisement ou page 3.    It's right.  Why use inferior gasoline .when  you can get 76 and 86 per cent, at  Regan's.    Atlin and Discovery.  The lowest and highest temperatures and precipitation recorded for  the week are as follows:  May  June  .Mnx.  Mln.  26  59  39  27  59  44  28  60  44  29  62  39  30  57  33  31  56  38  I  47  32  Precipitation.  Kaln.   Snow  ���in. ���in.  .02  New Arrivals.  a list of those  in   Atlin  per  The following is  who recently arrived  the Scotia:  May 30���G. Findley, Captain  Alexander, C. Glave, James Mc-  Peak, O. Wilson, A. Williamson,  J. McMillan, Henry Kimball, H.  McHugh, J. Cleghorn, R. R-.Peden  and Otto Pacala.  W. MUSGRAVE, B. Sc.  Assayer and  <&jfi Chemist  Conrad  City,   Y. T.  V.  fine   Sample   Rooms  Far Commercial  Men  WHITE PASS HOTEL  s<  P.   T>.  *  McMILLAN,,   Manager.  Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in Yukon,.  WHITEHORSE, Y. X  Choice    Bar   Stock  Rates MODERATE  SW^^VSAAS&At&M^&M&>W&AAAJO\AAAAW%AAAAAAAASV*AAS^/^AAW  Joe  Palmer,  The Reliable Shoemaker,  -   -   -   Discovery, B. C.  c Executed Cheaply,  Promptly and Satisfactorily.  ,. . THE CLAIM OFFICE.  \AAAAAAAAA/>A0AW>AAAAAAAAAA/OV*AAAAAAAJ*^  VWW**W��^*WWVWWV**AA/OVWWWVWWWW^AAAA**WVV  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  O    IC     BARBER SHOP.  PIBST STBEET,     -      ATLIN.  F. SHIELDS, Prop.   ,  fiW*     HOT BATHS so'cts.  Tho^botJjLrqomaaro equally un good ae ftouud  ifl��*��ftr.  P*rlVj��;tet Bntxiinc^forilaAtiw.  AND  Fresh Eggs and Batter a Specialty  AT  i  w  1  "���J  ���SI  *H  >">]  A7  ii  H  't'l  a  ,'lr  V  I   '  Ml  ���m  i*>*  ft  v->v

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