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 tr.  ->;*  'VOL. 1-4.  ATLIN,  B. C,   SATURDAY,    JUNE ��� 23,   .906.  NC. 363  TELEGRAPHIC.  THREE MURDERS  - "    '       AT HAZELTON.  Indian, Who fs   Suspected,, is  ' -   Still at Large.    , . .  BROTHIER ESCAPED FRONT- OFFICERS  Was  Re-Cap turod   After  Exciting  Chase in Railroad Yards.  Alacphei'son to. Ask. for Papers re  Brothler's Pardon���Benefit to  Ellen Torry���Slay Bambaata's  "Followers -- Premier Seddon's  Funeral -- British Battleship  Bumpe'd--The Corpus Christi  Massacre "of Jews.  [SlT.ClIAl, TO TIIK  C1.AIMJ  Hazel ton,. B. G.,'June, 12.���A terrible tragedy, which may turn out  to.be a triple murder, occurred in  this-vicinity early Tuesday morning.  Tlie body of-a half breed named  Mcintosh was found on the trail  one mile south with a bullet through'  his back. An officer wasdespatch-  ed to Kispiox village to arrest an  ���Indian named Simon, with whom  Mcintosh'had trouble the previous  evening, ..on suspicion, that he was  - the murderer.' When -" about two  miles north- of here the officer cahie  upon the body of a white-man nam-,  ed'-Max Leclaire lying ou the trail  with a similar wound, and returned  to town with the body. A,posse  was immediately organized and sent  'out in pursuit of Simon, but up to  the present have-been unable to locate him. It is now learned that an  Indian belonging to another tribe is  also missing, aud it is feared that he  may have, met a similar fate as the  other two victims. A strong .force  ��f mounted police have been organised and started after the outlaw,  who is reported to be heavily armed  and accompanied by another member of his tribe. Leclaire formerly  resided at Kamloops and is well  known on the coast. A reward'of  $300 -has been offered by the Provincial Government for the capture  ��f the murderer.  Seattle, Wash., June, 21.���Desire  Brothier was returned to Seattle  from Port, Tovvuseud (whither he  had been taken to await deportment  to* Canada) on Sunday night in  charge of immigration officers. As  soon as the party landed on the  dock the Frenchman made his es-"  cape iu the dark but was re-captured  after an exciting chase through the  railroad yards, and is safely locked  behind bars. Brothier begged not  to be taken back to Canada. He  says he has instituted an action  against the Attorney General of  British Columbia for the recovery of  $9,000 which he alleges he left with  that official for safekeeping. Deportment papers 7for Brothier have  aot as yet arrived from the capital.  , Loudon, June 21.���Over two  hundred prominent personages attended a dinner which was given  last night in honor of Miss Ellen  Terry, the actress who, through  the failure of several recently staged  dramatic    productions  of  different I  playwrights, had become financial!}'  embarrassed. During the dinner  Mr. .Winston Churchill  delivered a  brilliant eulogy ou the genius of the  famed actress. The Terry fund  now amounts lo.$44,920.  Durban, "Natal, June 19.���Telegrams xjust -received-here from the  scene of action state that nearly all  of deposed, Chief Bambaata's followers have been either killed, wounded or captured'during the recent  fighting. Colonel McKenzie has  given the remainder of the rebellious  natives until today to surrender or  else to be shot when captured. Two  of the- chiefs of the-Sagadan tribe  surrendered last week.  Wellington,-New Zealand, June  20.���The body of Premier Seddou,  of New Zealaud, who died aboard  ���the steamer Owstrey Grange on the  10th inst. ^ while returning from a  short visit to Australia,-"arrived here  last night and* the landing of-the  casket was witnessed 'by thousands  of citizens.' The body is now lying  in state at the parliament buildings.  The- funeral' will -take place on  Thursday. ;  Loudon, June 21.-7-The British  battleship 'Ramillies "was assisted  back to Sheerness yesterday as-the  result of, haying .been..in collision  with the ' channel battleship Resolution. ' So-.'far-as is'k'nown at present- the ' Ramillies is the only big  ship whi-ch was crippled iir collision  or "otherwise during a week's manoeuvres. Two or three torpedo  craft have been somewhat "damaged  in, collision, hut the number of accidents were very few as'compared  with'former manoeuvres.-' '- "~  ��� Christiana,, ^Norway, T-June 21.���  The Norwegian delegates from America'to attend-the coronation ceremonies of King Kaakpn ^ arrived  here on -Wednesday.''", "���.     '-��� ���  St. Petersburg? June 21.���A despatch from Bialystok says that .city  is in a state of riot owing to a boiiib  which was thrown at a religious  procession while passing through  the business part of the city. The  Jews are'blamed for the occurrence.  ������ Bialystok, via Warsaw, Jude 21._  ���An order of revenge has gone out  for the victims of the recent bomb  throwing. The Jewish revolutionists, who keep hidden on the roofs  of houses' aud behind fences and  the'draperies of windows, fired the  whole day long yesterday with revolvers aud rifles at the government  buildings, at workmen' aiid at peasants passing in the streets. A hundred persons are known to have  been killed and over two ��� hundred  wounded are now in the hospitals.  Martial law has been proclaimed  and  troops are arriving constantly,  London, June 21.���The Royal  Ascot, .England's--great race meeting, presented a usually brilliant  scene yesterday. In the royal enclosure ; with King Edward were  Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth,  Ambassador and Mrs. Reid1 and  many prominent American women.  Grodno, Russia, June .22.���Owing  to the refusal of the censor at Bialystok to permit the correspondents to  telegraph   the details of the recent  massacre of Jews at that place, the  correspondent of tlie Associated  Press came here to telegraph. The  anti-Jewish rioting is now at an end  and troops are in control. This entire region is greatly excited owing  to the fear that-,the 'late<��� Bialystok  massacre was only a preliminary  signal for a general attack on the  Jews. When the correspondent arrived in Bialystok on Sunday.morning the worst was already over but,  even then, there still remained on  all sides the most revolting evidence  of savage beastiality. All the Jewish houses and shops had been  sacked and burned aud scores of the  inmates had been killed, while-others were wounded or otherwise maltreated. The massacre' continued  for seventy-two hours aud the inhumanity displayed by the assaulters would have done credit to the  Mongolian hordes of Genghis Khan  of the thirteenth centur}'. The  question of the origin of the,massa-  cre is being carefully investigated.  The fact has been established that a  bomb was thrown at the procession,  which was iu honor -of Corpus  Christi day, but the'Jews strenuously deny all responsibility of the act.  .GENERAL,   NEWS.  " Last'week the United States house  of representatives decided that,"instead of being a sea-level canal, the  Panama will be of the lock variety,,  for which'purpose they appropriated  an additional-$25,ooo,ooo.  yTh'e' U. S. senate has agreed to  deposit $i6,ooo?oo'o of government  funds in the banks of San Francisco,  there to remain for a long time, and  will permit the banks to loan the  money to improvement companies  and to all people wishing to rebuild,  all1- loans' to be secured by real-estate mortgages.  An   Ottawa   despatch of the 15th  inst.   says:    The   Brothier   release  was   strongly  condemned   iu    the  Couimons'last night and a  promise  was extracted from the Premier that  if the House thought the papers relating   to   the   pardon   should   be  brought  down   they would  be produced. ' ' Mr.     Macpherson,      who  brought the question up   said:    "I  would  not  bring the'matter before  the House if Vancouver,  the  city I  represent   in   this House,   was not  stirred very deeply over the matter.  Brothier had broken all  the laws of  decency and transgressed the criminal code of Canada.    The people oi  Vancouver  are  much  excited over  the grossuess of the case, and when  they received the  news  of the   release,   they naturally felt  that   the  Government owed them some public  explanation.      I   am   prepared   to  state,   and  if I am ;wroug I can be  corrected, the matter was engineered  from Vancouver by a man who once  held the position of Minister of Justice   in  this country.    Sir Charles  Hibbert Tupper  was the man who  corresponded   with  the  Minister of  Justice asking for the release of the  prisoner.    I  have  been blamed by  friend   and  foe  alike, and xvant to  state,here that I  knew  no more of  Brothier'S; rejeasei than a child unborn until it was brought to  my' at-,  tention'by a telegram from my constituents.   I cannot understand how  the -Minister of Justice should have  listened to meii who are  no  longer  members of the House of Commons,  and   overlook  the  man who repre  sents the constituency so  vitallj^'interested   in   the 'affair.     T would  rather have seen the prison bars let  down and the gates thrown open to  Bill Miner and his gang of desperadoes   than   to  this man Brothier.  Bill   Miner  took  chances wilh his  life,   but  this   man  Brothier���it is  hardly parliamentary   language   to  use���this   man  Brothier ran a common house of prostitution with   his  own  sister  aiid   other young 'girls,  kept,them there in a house, and   is  supposed   to  have made. $25,000 in  three years out of his vile trade. - I  say there is no language too strong  to condemn such a thing.    Later, I  shall ask that the papers be brought  down  iu  connection  with'the matter."    Hon. G. Foster'said:    "It is  absolutely vile in principle to let  a  prisoner go free on condition that* he  leave the country and  carry abominations to,other Christian countries.  I would rather see a murderer' turned   loose  than  an enemy to society  such as Brothier desired to be." -*I do  not   think  the  Minister of Justice  rose to the occasion when he intimated   that,  he  thought   Vancouver  would never'be troubled   with", this  than again'because'public sentiment  was  such' that he would find* it-unhealthy to go:''back. ���" I .donf think  we  have  reached  the 'condition in  this country when we must depend  upon lynch law t'o'see justice'carried  out, and men offending against" jus-  tice kept in,their proper places."  -The-Lav/ Courts;*  S. C. P. Co. Ltd. vs. Conway ct al.  Trial fixed for June 27th.  The new trial of Clay, vs. Queen  was this week fixed for the 29th of  June.  Miller vs. Miller, Cox et al came  ou for trial yesterday and was adjourned till the 29th inst.  The action of Callaghan vs. Spruce  Creek Power Co., Ltd., was on- for  trial before His Honor Judge Young  yesterday. This action was for  damages to plaintiffs tunnel caused  by a breakage in defendant company's ditch.  Judgment pending.  Pine Creek Power Co., Ltd., vs.  Brackett et al came on for trial before Judge Young on Monday aud  Wednesday, After argument His  Honor reserved judgment. This is  an action for trespass by defendants  ou the notorious "Buckeye" c'-iiui  on Pine creek.  Henry Garneau was brought before Magistrate Fraser last-Saturday  on a charge of unlawfully opening a  postal letter and was sent up for  trial. On Monday Garneau appeared before His Honor Judge Young  to elect for trial and thereupon took  a jury trial at the assizes. Subsequently on Thursday he re-elected  for a speedy trial, which is taking  place today.  Habeas Corpus.  Dr. Young, M.P.P., is in receipt  of a telegram iu reply to his message  of last week to the ' Attorne}- General, re the powers of the local judge  as to habeas corpus and other rights  affecting the person of the subject.  The message is as follows: "H. E.  Young, Atlin?���Tomorrow's gazette  will contain rules re local judge.���  H. A. MacLean, Deputy Attorney  General? . ,&i-l;cn, Es. e^ ��� Saturday, june' 23,** 190*5*  Tk-Atlin Clam  'HUE ATLIN GL'AJM'-.s publlshc�� cviiav satuhoh  MonNINO. MHILCD. PREC-TOt AMV PMr OF THE  WORLD FOR OO CENTS PER Morim* SI3. OO PEW  YEAR. ADVCnTIBlNU. RATES : XI.OO PCS INCH EACH  INSERTION 1 n��ADM4G NOTICES. SO CENTS A LINE.  SPECIAL   RATES- ONv AMPLICATION.  -*�����*��-  JOB "PRINTING : :  IbL-HEADS, ���   '   POSTERS,' VI3ITINC   MHOS,  CKTTER-HEADS, PROGRAMMES,       ETC.,  ETC.  OHDGRG   PROMPTLY   EXECU-TEO.  PRICSS .MODEnATC. '  The Atlin Claim Puhi-ishixg Co., Ltij.  TV.   PciiuAiia:'  Grant.    JimTOK-MAtcAGEi:,  HOSPITAL DANCE.  "If a thing is worth doing at* all  it is worth doing-well.'" Tlie people of the district evidently had this  thought in mind"' when - a-.-dauee in  aid of the*- hospital" was suggested  and th'ey aetedi accordingly. Everyone helped and the result has been  most eminently- satisfactory, .both  socially and-' financially. The poor  "mere men'-' who- were on the committee thought that-the- expense of  a* supper "might? be- dispensed'-with  but Mrs. Pillman, in her< usual, energetic ��� manner; bisabused their  minds of aay such -idea and remarked thati"the ladies--thought differently." Thte sapper tbat-was-served-  sbowed what! the ladies-of Atlin  can do, and.thecommittee gratefully,  acknowledge- their contribution.  There was-ai large- attendance" and  what .promised'to,-be.-'a> serious hitch  in' the*pr'ograrj3iine9*..by tha- unavoidable absence - of Mn Pilling-,, was  overcome-by our good- fiiendsr ,-the-  ladies, who,* volunteered-, to furnish  the music. The committee- wish to  thank Mesdames- Woods? Stables  and Bourne-for? their, timely, assistance, and: particularly Mrs- Woods,,  whose efforts oontributed so largely  to everyone's en joy men ti. The-violin music-of Mr- Scott,..of Garcross,  and Mr: Brownj of the-Scotia, made  some of the old' timers so -light-in  the feet that.they-thaaght they were-  M-tting the tr-ail".for. a-new. strike.  The tickets- sold" well,, every one  remarking-on buying: a ticket, that  they were always-willing to help,.the  hospital:  We woukV-have- welcomed'' more  of our-friends- froha, tlie ��� creeks, .but.  such   short   notice- was- given that  ���many.did'.uot kntow-of the   clauce.  Howeverj .manyxwho- did-know ancl,  could   not coaae.- did ��� the next best  thingi. and" bought- tickets.     The-  Mc-KeSs- creefo boys especially  dis-  tiugawsHed-.thfemselves,vand.the committee gratefully, acknowledge   lhe  fact   that- every-  man    on  McKee  boughti a-, tickets    The committee  have   turned   over, to- the hospital  jtfc-ard'ioi-e-bnndred.and. five dollars  and ��� seventy-five cents,. with a few.  to. hear.  from.    One hundred and  ten   tickets- were, sold;    Expenses,,  four-dollars and twenty-five cents.-  This-amount means-much to the  hospital, as it is an expensive place  to run,-, and.- when- the charitable  work done by> the institution is-  taken into consideration- the board  of managers-ore tb*be congratulated,  on the efficient manner-in which the  Hospital .is- kept* up.  John. Alexander Dowie,-, hr tes-ti  tying' in* court last week in the con  ���jafov.exsy. between himself-and.ValLva.  for the leadership- of Zion City, said'  that- once- his soul'separated from  his body and Ihnfc it visited: a, place  where it- saw the Virgin Mary and  Gabriel.  '' It's about time tfiatiall! persons of  the mental calibreof Dowie- should  be kept" behind.* barred doors-and  given sufficient stone-breaking: exercise so that their decaying* minds  would-be kept-in perpetital.'.slumbef  "���or until' suoh- time as> they-had-  become-snner,  . Religions mania; witriout'-a doubt;,  is about, the worst curse- which-  stalks the land asr-'"'those-whom* the  gods destroy they' first- make-mad:"  ���The spiritual man is madj..Hos. 9.  Persons like- Dowie; who,-, using  "a-cloak of hypocritical religious-ex-  altness for mercenary gain, pervert  more people-and' cause- more-' harm  than any other class of grafters?  ���Useful and Orttam-ti  11  Why send out when,you can gf.x'goods as cheat hhke? ���  Atlin-, Nugget and Grape Rings ami *-'-���' l"i"ls of. Jewch-y.awu  flicUrred on the premises. ' ' '  l?iuo *Kexv Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry ami Diamonds;  Watches from ��5:00 rip.      . Aacnts foi" Coiunibi-a Gramophones.  SHverware, Gut Glass,'Hand Painted CSiina, Souvenir- Spoons  ��S EfifiERT & SON, *���*���-,  IN- AND   J3ISCOVHRY,  .Safety. Deposit- Vaults.  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwelrs,  ���IN  -. We -are in receipt of the-first'num-  ber- of- The Keystone- Magazine, a  monthly, periodical which, is being-  published at1 Vancouver. in*-the'in***  terests- of Western- Canada, audi of,  British Columbia in- particular. It*  is a bright-and-'well-'gotten up jour-r  naU and-, "judging; by the- class of.  reading matten contained'in the in*  itial--num-ber,,is- well! worthy, of ��� the  staunohest support!   "*  R-igh't: now. ���Afterr all,, what! s-the  use?? No matter; howhard'1 we-may  fight; we'l&se-'in-th'e-end;. nd^matter  how much we  may seemingly* conquer, in the endiwe,- are wretchedly  rbeaten;.'1no*matter*h6w much we-are  in the-publiG-eye,- within-twei.weeks-  aften our- death- we-are-to��;deadito-.  be-talked;about'.   T-here is-only one  time in* tha worid'and<that-.i&-H*GHT'.���  ���NQW.���Bx.  E. STBusby,.for*-sev.eral'years*eol*i  lector-"' ofr customs- at", Dawson,.has  been promoted <to -be-* the- Dominion  inspectorr of. customs- for? Western  British, Columbia.and. Yukon- territory-. T>1 A-, Ross- has- been- made  collector at�� Dawson; Mr..Busby's  headquarters, after.nestifall,.wilLbe  on thecoastr.  ���'" Efforts,., which, it. is-:said^ promise  to-be successful; arc being made to  induce Sir1 Wilfrid Laurier-to* visit-  the Yukon this season-;  ' W. MUSGRAVE^. B~Sc  Assayed ancK  <^^ Chemist.*  Conrad  City,   V�� "Ti-  kt\mW Bofe  Ai.F &. A.IWi  Kogiilar- coirrnuirricn-  tions- helfl on tho iirst  ThurEflajvof-bach. month  in the* A..O. U. YVV Hall,  Third Street)  Visitinjc brethren, eordihllyfiiivited/  ,- -Joe, Palmer*  The Keliablk Shoemaker,,  ~ - ->��� 'Discov-Kay,-B. G.   o   Rubber-Boots ^Specialty.  They,  are   Waiting   for   You!    ^^ J3arg;airi<&  CLOTHINGS?   Hats-and Dry Goods,,  Carpets and House Furnishings*  FHLLV ''LINE ��� OF   BOOTS   *�������   SHOES,.  '    also- *GOLD' * SEAL    HIP    GUM-'BOOTS-     ���  IE* Brown & Co.,  , .   Atlin and  Discovery, B.C  Successors  to  J. H. Rrchardson-.  Canadian' Pacific Railway. Company:  | AkASKA^  ROUTE   SAILINGS,.     ,  Si Sm Princess Beatrice, June 2, 14 & 2B*  SLS*AMUR,        ~        '-.        "     7   .     .  ; Sailing from Skagway B p.m.: ,r  ? ���" '   :       Direct to> Vancouver and". Victoria,.  ���* ��� i.  "   .   . irransRor-tiriB by rail^oit steamer- to Seattle without extra ch*.i>R��.  \ . ...  iWo'Sive-.qlitick service.. "No.intermediate calls  Eor rates or i  ntermecliat-e calls. TT      T)      7~^11 T"l "fi  iiiforination apply to     JE1.    l->. - i���' Lf 11 Jiii5       ,  AjrcntvSknjrxvay.  '"-> ���������������� ���'���,�����  K^O  *&  \ THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B- C.: ���  ti H.. NISSEM,    ��� ' -    -    Preprictor^  '���  Kfestxvuranb in Gonneotion- Uirdop  New and Cupable Manasement;  G-i-OOHiiMM-itt't'ttt t-** t ^A��,^r>a^*.A .����*>���>�����>��,�����>.-��*>���>��������� ��<a.  I^s��<**V��*:sfi��^^*ft����t^^  I  I  Everybody   Should  Advertise   the   District  When   Writing   to   Friends:  By   Using  "VIEW OF ATLIN"  Writing Paper...  ������*.!?!.*  u  >?$���  <3>^>^��^^��,����,�� ���������<s>��o��-�� ����� �����>������� ��� ����� ��-�����>����������">���) ��-r>-��<��>-��-����-��-��-��-��->v��^  Is- to advertise and promote  the  interests   oi tke  ATLIN DISTRICT t  oSw        c5".       eo^"  HO^F BATHS  Can.be. Had.ati  The, Royal' Laundry   On the Waterfront.  Men'3-,Sriit��.0reaiied.and��R��paii'0i3;-  AIl .Work Guaranteed.'.  GootUuCiillod :for tt-Dd.!DeUv��r��!l.  CasH'OB.iDciHvBryjM  MfiL. M.. JPeJOn^ Kbinrletress.      ^jf^jffltifcijM^^ i ,y- >***   ii"���'-!     -tiv-m *-  ATLIN,  B. C,  SATURDAY,   JUNE  23,   1906,  01 \  CORRESPONDENCE.  (The Claim is not responsible for views expressed hy correspondents.]  Fritz   Miller   Monument.  THE   GOLD   SEEKERS.  To the Editor of The Atlin Claim :  Dear Sir,���Just a word about  the Fritz Miller Monument Fund.*  At this late date many of the subscribers would 'like to know what  steps' have been taken for the erection of the monument after two  years lapse of lime. There seems  to have been sorrie "unnecessary delay. Whether there is.a.misunder:'  standing in the committee or ��� their  -inability to erect the monument according to the terms of the subscription list. Something should be  done at once. A meeting of miners  should'be called lo settle this vexed  question once for aIL>  As I am'one of the committee I  wisli to be relieved of any further  responsibility.  Yours truly,  ,  J. KlRKXAND.  Atlin, B. C, June 16th, 1906.  An  Apology.  To the Editor of The Atun Claim.  Dear Sir,���With your kind permission I wish, through the columns of you if paper, to tender an  apology to the committee who had  charge of the dance-in aid of St.  Andrew's Hospital on Friday evening last? for my non-appearance  after having.promised to supply the  music for said dance. My only excuse is that sickness, brought on by  a hard trip in the mountains, made  it utterly impossible for me* to reach  town in time to fulfill my promise.  Trusting that this explanation. will  be satisfactory, and that at some  future date I may have the opportunity of rendering the omitted service, I remain  Yours very truly,  John Pilling.  Atlin, B. C, June 18th, 1906.      .  The wife of a Methodist .minister  in West Virginia has been married  three times. Her maiden name was  Partridge, her first husband was  named Robbin, her second Sparrow,  and the present one's" name is  Quayle. The two former husbands  are dead and the latter is expected  to dieshortly���but what could you  expect when small fry go after such  large game. The family now consists of two Robbins, one Sparrow  and three little Quaytes., One grandfather was a Swan, aud the other  was a Jay, but since dying he's a  bird of. paradise. Tbey live on  Hawk Avenue; Eagleville, Canary  Islands, and, we may add, the party  who wrote this paragraph is a lyre  (bird).  Would   You?  He never has'vacations  To spend beside the sea,  To rove unleashed, uncaring,  To walk the shady reaches  Alone and free and far���  Say, would you trade your twenty-  five per week  To be the Great White Czar?  The vices of earth become dominant when we are deaf to the voices  from heaven.  ' The man who goes out to buy religion never gets anything but the  gold brick variety.  Some men think that a pugnacious  disposition provides them. with all  the piety that they need.  The  panting steamer slowly drops  Away from the crowded pier,  The blackened decks recede from  view  'And leave me musing here.-  Awaywhere the gold so warm and  red,  Lies hid in the dark earth's breast;  Little they reck of danger and cold,  A glow with the golden quest.  The radiant youth'with kindling eye,  In manhood's early dawn,  The  pale man  with  the student's  stoop.  The stalwart man of brawn;  AM, alii with levered, burning  gaze  Fixed1 on the fields of gold;  Ah!: well-a-cTay, for a  faith' that's  '   .  firm,  And a heart that is brave and bold.  For those there be who will come  aigain       '   ? , -    ���  All broken, and bent and wan,  And others left in the Arctic snows  ; Will'slumber forever oh.  And some will empty-handed come,  Who baye missed the golden goal,  And some with gold too dear/ alas!  ��� The price of a sinless soul.  And those at home, will sit at night���  Ancl  the  wind sweeps  wtienflF  wills*���  With hearts away in a lonely hut  - In the wild Alaskan hills.    , . . ���  'Tis thus I muse on the lonely quay,  Whence  the  hurrying crowd is  " gone,  Whilst   far   away   for   the   frozen  North    '     x-  - ,     ,    .  A flag of smoke trails on.  s.   .      .   .���Carrie Shaw Rice,  ��� '"   ' [in Dawson News,  Taeoma, April 10, 1906.'  .   Good  cheer is  often~*better than  cold cash. '  To-be rich one must .learn to profit by losses.   -  .   Yoii cannot measure a man's'right-'  eousness by his reticence.  WE  MEAN   OUR  Monthly Price List  c  and   our  CASH PRICES!  -Strange [We never "thought of it before 1  NOTICE.  SIXTY Days afterdate.xve intend to apply  to the Chief Commissioner of "Lands  and "Works, Victoria, B. C, for permission to  purchase the following- land .situate on  Windy Arm, Bennett Division, Cassiar District, commencing at a post ou Nortli West  corner of Lot 72, thence 40 chains West along  North Boundary line, 60th parallel latitude,  thence 20 chains South, thenco East 40 chains,  thenco 20"chains North along West boundary  of Lot 72 to place of commencement, containing 80 acres more or less.  Located May 10th, 1906.  W, A. ANDERSON,  jly28      * CHARLES PUGSLEY.  Pine tree Bote!  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly First-Class  Hotel.  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  The Dining-Room, under the management of Mrs. T. Hinchcliffe,  furnishes the best meal in town.  WWW>VV-VWVVVV^  Hampton -&   Durie, '      Proprietors.  llugget Bote!  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN    '       ;':  CONNECTION.  tleudmutrtoru for Dixon's etaco.  Our June  Price List is  Now  Ready!  OUR Printed Price List just seems to fill a long felt need, as, when  our patrons receive it on the first of the month they know exactly  what goods will cost them during the month, and it is a great assistance  iu making up an order.  We,have a large Stock of Goods now on the way in  - and we will place them in  the  Store  at Lowest  Possible  Prices, FOR CASH, in Case Lots.  r  You are 'always"sure of the  Best  Quality of Goods at the  '���...-.       - A. T. COMPANY'S  STORES."     ,  Goods delivered  promptly on the  Creeks and  in  Town.  If   you  are  not  already  a" customer -it  will  pay you to  give  us a trial order.  fpr*       t��T*      ���S^*'      *&t       {��&''   %0&      t&*  mm wtsmm  LIMITED.  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF  ALL  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER    Manager.  BEN WELL,  PEART. &   CO.   SUCCESSORS TO   THOMAS   &   BENWELL,  ���5^* e��* c^* t*y* t��f* z&* s*v* t*v* &?*  Wholesale  Wine   and  Spirit  Merchants.  USHER'S  Vancouver, B. C,  P. O. Box 102.  ������VW������y������*������J**^^^<V�����������������W  The  Canadian   Sank  of   Commerce,  CAPITAL   PAID   UP   $10,000,000.  Reserve, $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  San Francisco,  Portland,  7-7 .;-.-���.' Skagway, etc.:  Exchange sold on all Points*  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Office in Connection.  :.--������-���   '; . -J. A. SMITH, Manager. BSttSNl   Bi. C;,    SATURDAY,    JUNE"   23,    190-5.  Locaf Events. ���  Allih photos and*souvenir-postals  ai C. R. Bourne's.  The-latest' magaztnes-and papers  are-always on hand at Pillman's.  - McDonald's   Grocery . makes  a  specialty of fresh eggs aiid butter.  The closing exercises-at-ithe local  school prior to the summer holidays  will take place on*-Friday next?  Gold Commissioner Fraser left  town''Tiicsday..for-a .week's -vi:-sk to  Wynton, Conrad City and  Bennett.  So far this month there has been  more rainfall'in this locality than  during^ any; month,, for  some years  Father Godfrey held" services in  both Discovery and Atlin on Sunday  last and'left per-Tuesday's boat, for  Whitehorse..  New novels arriving constantly  at C. R. .Bourne's..  Thirty-eight head" of lambs and"  c sheep and twenty-two hogs arrived  per Tuesday's boat for-Messrs. Dixon & Schulz.  Mining Note's.  l_ ���   ��� 11  ���'���    ������� **������*���  The Pine Creek Power Co., Ltd.,  this week purchased four? claims ou  the south bank, of Pihecneek from  the Messrs. Queen.  J. I-I. Black last week purchased;  the discovery claim-"'on Boulder  creek from Messrs. Clark and Sutrh-  7  erlaud," the originalloGatOKS.  The Northern Mines-Ltd. cleaned-*  up about $2,000 last Sunday, being  a weeks'- work of seven men. The  steam shovel has not- started'-as yet.  .- Roderiquc ancl'Lernieux are open-*  ing" up the "Casskly"'' claims on  Spruce/ They have a.10 inch Cor*  nish pump oti the way from- the*-  coast lo handle-the water: ���  *������ Mr-.-' E. J: tie Lamare- and*"' Mr.  Obliski, or. the Societie* Miiiiere de  la' Colombic Brilnnnique, were down  from Boulder this week and reported  cvcrything-ruiining along nicely.  Tlie Conrad mining ' companies  arc making a shipment."of 5-4��� sacks  of 01c to Denver,- Cbloradb*, where it  ��  Our Goods���Always tlie Best;  ��UR'Prices���Cash or Credit-'--As Low as- the Lowest'.-  ���m iwj *-.tMrw.-w  j  �����  ���ATLIN, B. C..  Conrad is to have-a newspaper-'! will be treated" by experts!-for the  during the coming month. Wc un- . purpose of ascertaining tlie kind-" of  derstand   our.-Whitehorse comt'em-: I treatment-that will result in-extract  poraries are the proprietors..  John  Pilling   left ou Tuesday for  Nahlin, where he. will lake the place  of the Dominion* Telegraph lineman  during   a   three.,- months leave-of-  ' absence..  Mr. C. R; Bourne this week' presented each boy attending the Atii'n  school. with at''lacrosse stick, and  now the-sboyc-are. studying the national game*,-..  A Word on Good' Living.���The  proprietor of the Royal* Hotel Dining  "Room makes-*a* specialty of'-furnish-  ing a first class-.meal at; a ��� moderate  charge.���E.J. Edwards is the Prop.  The caterpillar pest,.which'for the  past three or four week's has caused  considerable' damage' iii local gardens, - is thought to be at an end  and several citizens still-, have hopes  of obtaining fair- crops of vegetables.  The adjourned meeting of' the  Licence Commissioners-was held, at'  Discovery on Monday- morning,  when thebalance of renewals' -asked  for were granted with the exception  of that for the Summit Hotel, at  White Pass Summit.'  Never lose sight of "the fact "that  I'j keep 011 baud at' both-, my Atlin  aud.Discovery-store&Goniplete.stoGks  of heavy and shelf hardware and  that all orders,- whether* large or  small, are attended to.���J.T. Regan.  The.trustees*of St: Andrew's Hospital-desire- to gratefully acknowledge-* the--receipt from Messrs. Dr.  H. 3. Young, M.L.A.,, and 'E. E.  Rosselli'. of the sum. of'$*co5.75;,as-a  donation towards the maintenance  of that; institution, .this being.the  amount- realized from* the proceeds  of the dance promoted by those gentlemen iii aid of the, hospital.  Stables & Lumsden carry a-, stock  of* good'grocerics.-  . New Arrivals...  The , following is a list of those  who recently-arrived** iu Atlin per  the Scotia:..  Juiie*. 19*��� R. D. Tinkham, G. M.  Green.,., E. A. W-alker, Mrs.- P. G.  Gallaghan, E. Earmond, J. R. Beat-  tie, L. Marks-and'1 H. Molyneaux.  June 21���O. B.: Perry, G. Dean, D.  Si. Gamerony. S.. Blackburn, L.  Smith, J; McClosky,.. O. Lernieux,  't-o .."gLBMlanty ne. and',?H...Bordman.'.  ing the greatest values from the ore  at the least., expense.        . ,    r,  Tlie Crown group leasesonSprnce  creek are being"worked-this season  by Messrs. H: McCartney "'and Jas.  Simpson, who - have-lately become  part owners in the property. They  have erected a comfortable-camp, to  which they have-built a wagon road  from, the main road. A ditch is  now being constructed*to -divert the  creek for- about 2*000- feetand*. wheii  finished;' a fhinie will' be started 'on  .bedrock and" ran; into" the; deeper  -ground above, which'hithe-rto could  not' be* worked* advantageously'ow-  irig-to lack of drainage.  ��� The first consignment .of.'a -i��o  ton shipment of .mining, machinery  for the Atlin" Consolidated Mining  Co. arrived on Wednesday aud is  being-, hauled to '.-'Tar Flats by the  teams of Dixon "'6? Schulz.' "'This-  company, of which the Guggen-  heimers are principaijqwners aud-O.  B. Ferry is general- manager, have  a number of men "employed^doing  preliminary work and otherwise preparing the "ground for-the installation of.their- plant;.-:which". will- include, a steam shovel of high capacity, lines of "electric-railway, electric haulage engines andrdump cars.  '   Read.- the- A." T-.,-Co.'s advertise-.,  meufoirpage 3:   "If ^ right!. '  "   Why-use- inferior- gasoline- when  you can get 76 and-86--per cent:, at  Regan's.-"   Aitlin and-Discovery.  K.  BARBER SHOP.  FIRST" STREET,".    --���������    ATLim  H? SHIELDS; Prob.'  HOT  BATHS 50 cts.  The bath rooms aro oquailV'-a'" proof! as found  in cities.- Private Entrance for-Ladles.  Dfomihibh Day Sports.  TO. BE-' HELD AT" "���������:  MONDAY,  JULY 2, 1906  BALL'   GAMES-;  FOOT    RACES  8NDIAN   RACES?  JUMPING,. ETC;  ��� -To wiud up with a.Grand'l  tug-of-war;  ���Sfciititj��.  Creek vs. DJsao\-ai*y>  Brew^ers ������ of La'eger  Beer , and. Porter.  "SMALL'AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY HILLED.  T  *&9��yow  :F2  *&.*. 9&*-.��&$- m+9i*F-&i'-  r ';     ��FEN. DAY��� AND NIGHT.    .  THE  DINING-ROOM: IS CONDUCTED  ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  "     " ��� ' CLASS   PRINCIPLES..  DIXON   &.  SCHULZ,   Proprietors. -  Garner Pearl,and First Str.eets, Atlin,.B. C'.  FIR3T.  CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONN ECTIOM?  CHOICEST*WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS���CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  Heated  Brt.- its.  and   Lighted*.  ��� Qwa    Plant.  Fine   Sample    Rooms;  Roe Commercial" Mem  >��  WHITE PASS HOTEL  P.. D.   McMlLLAN'. Manages.  Largest and Best. Appointee! Hotef in Yukon*.  ���*.  Choice    Bar -Stock-  sRates  MODERATE.  Y "f.  ryVVWVV*!*'*-****^^  t^WSS^sM+f*^^  4  j Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily,.  ���       '������-,.... THE CLAIM OFFICE-  A. Large. Shipment o��  JJU.ST.  ARRIVED. A-T.  ���\V;H...VICKEIta,..S<)o.-.'J?i:o��wiEiUx-.  Du*Jna, the   Season   I' WUI\ Have:  &KTH Sfeaife. an<�� ^e^etaBles. Amvih^ EVE&tf   FRIDAY  .: ^nrt: '���* 7W T: ���f.vW.r.X'rv&T?.:  fa-v. l' J T" PBim rm nwi**"- -

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