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 A  VOL. 26.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,  JUNE   8,   1907.  N'  4i3  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  fHl*r.01AI, TO 'I'lIlS  (IbAIM.l  Paris, June 7.���A universal strike  of the ofliccrs, seamen' and- longshoremen at all.thc ports of Prance,  has caused a complete tie-up, and  many business houses aud industries have been seriously' affected.  ���The French cabinet has called au  emergency meeting to consider the  very grave crisis.  Seattle, ��� June 7.���Ground has  been broken and the preliminaries  started for the Alaska-Yukon  World's Fair, lo be held here irr  1.909, amidst the most popular enthusiasm. It was one.of the largest  galheritrgs ever held iir Seattle.  - Vancouver, -June 7.--Charles L.  Norris, a member of the Vancouver-  Yacht Club, was drowned while  trying to rescue his'younger brother from a similar fate. The younger man had fallen overboard from  the yacht Aloha, at Deep Cove.  Boise, Idaho, June 7.���The Haywood'jury is now complete and the  trial commenced last Tuesday  morning  ��� New Westminster, Tune 7.���The  Brunette Sawmill Company's office,  store and posloflice, al Sapperton  were burned recently.  Victoria, June 7.���Mrs. Haskius,  whose husband died on the Princess  May, as the steamer was leaving  Vancouver" two weeks ago, died  suddenly at the Balmoral Hotel.  Both died from heart failure. Mr.  Haskius was on his way North  when he died, to start work on the  Rosella Creek Hydraulic Company's  ground on French Creek, in lire  Cassiar district.  Rome, June 7.���During a review  of the troops and the manoeuvering  of war balloons, Captain Uilivelis'  balloon was struck by lightning.  The balloon instantly collapsed arrd  the aeronaut fell to the earth, ancl  was killed instantly, before the eyes  of the king and queen.  Fredericklou, June 7.���J. PI.  Crockett, editor, "of."'the' Gleaner  newspaper published here, has been  committed for .trial... The charge is  a defamatory libel against the Plon.  IT. R. Eminerson. The trial begins  011 June the 18th.  Black River, Man., June 7.���Mr.  MacDonald, secretary-treasurer of  the Municipality, has been found  short in his}accoutres to the tune of  about #5,000. .    .    .  Paris, June 7.���-Later despatches  report that tire officers, seamen and  longshoremen have gone back to  work again and lhe strike is practically over. The navigation companies have decided to accept the  compromise suggested by the.gov-'  eminent.  Amoy, China, June 7.���The conditions caused by the uprisingand  rebellion are very unsettled at  Chang Chow. Many refugees arc  flocking iii here. The missionaries  of all denominations are gathering  /it Swato. Reports say that no foreigners have been molested so far.  San Francisco, June 7.���The people ol" this city seem lb have a heritage of trouble and woe. They had  a terrible experience with earthquake and fire, followed by most  barefaced boodling. Then came  labor strikes and the street car riots,  and, to cap the'climax, on "Wednesday ,at 12.26. a. m. San Francisco  and other cities.in the neighborhood  experienced severe shocks of earthquake. Thousands of terror-stricken people lied from their homes fearing a rendition of the previous disci 1 j      r  aster, clad in nothing but their  night clothes. Fortunately, ,11 p lo  the present time, no casualties have  been reported, but the people are  badly scared and -it will bera long  time before confidence is restored,  London, June 7.���Richard Crok-  c-r's colt -'Orly," Johnny ReifF up,  won the Derby stakes arrd 6,500  sovereigns al the Epsom races.  Vancouver, June 7.���F. S. Clarke  has placed a large block of the stock  of the Dawson dredging claims with  the General Development Company,  of which Adolphe Lewishon is president, and wdio represents one of  theL strongest combinations of capital. *  * Boise, Idaho, June 7.���Harry  Orchard went on the stand last  Wednesday to give evidence against  Haywood. ��� Orchard confessed to  assisting Steve Adams in several  murders, aud tells of other murders  that were committed at the instigation of Mover, Petlibone ancl May-  wood'  Birthday Party.  "Gee1 but wed a fine time!"  Such was the expression of one of  the lads who had been to PVankie  Henniug's birthday party last Wednesday. Mrs. Dtinlap invited all  the boys in to have a 'good time,'  and celebrate the occasion. Needless to say the boys enjoyed themselves. 7 Gaines aud all kinds of  amusements .filled in the afternoon.  Refreshments -.were plentifully provided and the'wants and desires of  the 'inner boy' looked alter.  Frankie I-Ienning has thejhonor of  being the first white bc>y born iu  the Atlin district, his-bir.thday being  the 7th of June, 1899.  We hope he lives to be a great  grandfather, and if he follows mining may he never want for a 'grubstake.' 7  Look up 'Roxy's advertisement  on another page.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Fresh Garden Seeds and Onion  Sets at C, R, Bourne's.  Local and General News.  Captain ' T. Broivn, al onetime  male on lire Scotia, is now master  of the Mabel'F.  li. Dunlap ancl wife, and Frankie  Heuning, have moved up lo Discovery. Dick is going to work for  the A. C. M. Company, on Tar  Flats..  Mr. Robert Grant was guided  over the pass in the A. B.* Camp at  Discovery, last Tuesday.  Jack Fox ancl Jim Johnson left  town last Tuesday on a prospecting  trip irr the vicinity of the Toolshi.  The - Northei 11 Power & Lumber  Company have stopped sawing out  lumber for a short time on account  of the log supply giving out.  Mrs. L. Sinilz and daughter paid  a few clays' visic to 'Grandma'  Durie, orr McKee Creek, ibis week.  Jack Kirkland came in Thursday  afternoon' vvith the mail which had  been delayed by the breaking up of  the ice. The latest papers received  were dated May 15th.  Attention is drawn to the advertisement of the Atlin Trading Company, Limited. The company has  gone into voluntary liquidation and  the.stock is to be disposed of within  the next sixty days. No reasonable  offer refused.  Tom I-Ianna, accompanied by Dr.  Harrison, has been out doing assessment work orr Volcanic creek.  Tom and the doctor anived in Atlin last Wednesday, the killer highly delighted with his experiences.  The Atlin Club was opened  on Friday, May 31st. A dance was  held and a very enjoyable time was  had by those present. Il is to be  regretted that the attendance was  irot as large as it might have   been.  Tom Vaughan, who has been out  on Broken Hill mountain doing  assessment work, ret tuned a few  days ago. He brought in several  very fine specimens of quartz. The  assays that have been made from  samples taken from the above property run up into three figures.  Hugh Molyneaux, lhe district  road boss, has been kepi very busy-  lately satisfying lhe calls and requests for repair work throughout  the district. Hugh has a large territory tolook after, but he is attending to the work in a very thorough  manner.  ���Gordon Dixon has been kept  busy the past few days cleaning up  the premises around and about the  Royal hotel. All the" old land  marks ancl defacements, iu the way  of 'dead soldiers,' tin cans, etc.,  have been carted away and the place  now has the appearance of a well-  kept back yard. Those who have  not fallen into line should 'get busy'  immediately. There is up necessity  to throw things around carelessly  aud make the appearance of our  town hideous.  The Scotia, bringing the. first  through mails for the summer  season of 1907, arrived at Atlin  Friday'morning at ro o'clock.  Sam Johnston received a wire  from John McLennan on Thursday  lo the effect tli at lhe doctors in  Vancouver could give him but little  encotrragment as lo the saving of  his sight.  The teeth for the dipper of the  steam shovel on Tar Flats arrived  ou the Scotia Friday morning.  They will be placed in position at  once ancl the work will proceed  without delay.  Last Tuesday Dr. McConk'cy cut  off a small piece of bone off the left  big toe of Frank Wallace, at the  St. Andrew's hospital. Il was  found necessary to do this as the  bone was not irr a heait)- condition.  As soon as Frank is out he is going  to work for lhe A. C. M. Company.  Mr. T. D. Harris, the manager, has  very kindly consented to hold a  position for Frank.  -gi�� .<^!>���fa���  Anniversary Dance '  and Church Parade.  - The following,letter is published  in order to let evcryoue.kuow, both  Arctic Brethern ancl friends, that  a dance is to be held ancl all are invited lo participate.  Camp Discovery, "No. rg, A. B.  Discovery, B. C,  May 29th, 1907..  C. L. Culliu, .Esq., Atlin, B.C.,  Dear Brother:  Will you kindly announce iir  your paper that the Second Anniversary of the Arctic Brotherhood  comes 011 Friday the 14th day of  June, and that all Brother Arctics,  with their friends, will celebrate the  event by holding a grand dance in  their hall, at Discovery, on the  above dale.  We want to make this a big success, and all of us should work lo  that end.  Also kindly insert a notice to the  effect that all A. B's. are requested  to be al lhe hall Sunday afternoon,  al 2.30, June 16th, to participate iu  our annual church parade, when the  Reverend Ross will deliver a talk to  them. This should also be made a  event.  Fraternally yours,  W. I*? IIADDON,  Aictic Recorder.  NOTK'I*".  Take Notice that I, A..K. McDonald shall apply ' to the Board of  Licence Commissioners, of the Atlin  Licence District.at the next regular  meeting on June 15, 1907, for the  transfer of my hold licence for the  Wynlon Hotel, Wynlon, B. C. lo  W. PI. Simpson, ot Wynlon, B. C.  .Signed  ��� A.  R? McIjonA  Atlin, B. C, Juueblh, iq/A  l0B^XN!)f  ^/���JB/S/331   ^  "? * X<S  v<&"  9WHuE*f��KEi ���x;;-'  'ATLIN;}; ?Bv ..C:.77;SATyRDAYy;;?JUNE,;8,7?i907.  WMMyQMm:yA  ;TiJh A'l UN CI..AIA\ isputsLisMur- i:yr.nv BATun'oAv  MOnnir-ij,    'mailtij ; rurn  to   any ��� part, o'r the  v.'onto   ron,  s.o? cento?  vr.n   month ;,, -t'c.ob.  pen  ���vi'-iii. ���  AfivcnTi-'ir-c. iutes : g.i.oo pen inch each  .   ' nsunion ; heading nqtiens. -an czttits a line.  '���"���'..��� . "'rMECI A L'} RATtO'   Oil     APPLlCATlcr.'."   ".,-'���?  JOB PHINTINCi-:-  ���  DILt-HCAOO,'' POSTEnCi'; ViaiTI f IG' CAJt DC,  ".CTTCR'HEADS, /    PHOGh AM M CO,       KTC-,  ETC.  ORCEhs    P'nOMPTI.Y  IXCCUTCO.   ?.  7      '    *7  ������������?.' nru'cEtu  MODCHATC.*' .. :-���;?"  Tiu-;. Ati.in OiVaiai ; Pcjiji-isiiiNu (Jo., Ltd.;  CliAI.LKS'Tj.  CUMiINs  '.ii! b n:-ior-.\] a :; a(ji; k;  First Boat? For J. 907?  The-steamer;Sc,p.lia.;-:.crossed Alliii  .lake, and '��� tied up  opposite I'llie. saw  .7!.-��� :    .-      ���---���"    ?-'- -.:���..--   . ,. '  ..mill,   in? the   morning of ...Tnesday,.  June 4th," for. the first time in.. 1907.  } Of}course, ;7we }dpn'.t7Waht;.lo brag  ���;.  '���-��� c    '"-' ���'-'? ���'.'' v--' -,'i.   v ���''������!' ������ vt:'.---  (we'll. leave vthaL to ..the .Captain)  and'we  did'-.,-,not get any inside information, 7 but 'if.'. you : reler to last,  sy&k's   edition? you? will   read-,qui?  .prophecy���'-June .4th."...     Wc're all  swelled up. 7.  ?  Men} and Things?7,?.?:?..  deal.of'rubber-neck ing', to see what  evil, and -not-what good, the other,  fellow had been doing. Most backs  would be?,far'loo small, and sandwich boards.\v.011ld.; have-.'t,o ..be''in t'rb-.  duced. 7 ? ; 7,?'.}.--,;       .77777?;;    -.,  77Most7 men.7have,- Tat.oiie time, or  another, slipped, or made? mistakes,1  or,? perhaps have,, deliberately done  wrong?.7 We fill know it.} .Most of  us.' ivish lo forget .-it j?; Sonic do. and  some: do; not.? .''-..'AU-7.tlie':-same,; ,wc  iiope that our- youthfurifollics'and  escapades? will ??bc'7overlooked, :or  at leasl-deallvsvilh. charitable.? vlsu'I  tluit7so? ?77v     .v-.'?-.,.?? ?���'"?". ?'.}'?  7? Mosfnieii?wh0-7are"made7of?the  right? stuff?Avill overlook 7tlie little  failings of th'jir fellow nrorlals'without ?regard to . sex. But there is a  kind?uf:avhuman cur? which seems:  l07delight7int,filth:and evil7things.  Tliey bring,about the .discussion of  women, ? and,? ifvthey vkuow no:,bad  do, not hesitate" to "iiivent some sort  of slander, -or throw out arr insinua-.  lion. ?������ Aiid 7they .call .themselves  ureii! Ye,,godsi; }Tlrey seem} to:  forget? that t-heylnid a mother. '���}������}?;??  ",' ;}A?remedj'?wculd be;a damn good"  c!i!ckiug?7in v:tlie}lake7;orilyTil might  dirty :7i!ie;_;wa.tei\7.;.1N^  suggest burying them in a manure  heap, with their heads7 out; 7 they?  would be.quite at home.    7'v    '  &^>>_P^��^.^^2>^.^^;.^^  mm  ������:AAAyi:'Ay:r.y.Ay.A,.AAl  '':'AAiyAAyA'AAyi'AA'^.  ���AA.A$  .Eresh ./E^iiit} and?^%etables?  :will}^!?ri "ve?'?!) y" ? e"very:?;?iSoal:^  '��?i  -,��?7  :.S>7  ,.-��????  . .��? ?;  AAAAA-A^AA:':'4i  -.......,.���...���.,.,....-.,......,,.,, ........   :���,..-,7:.,,.^...-,  'IFIrSf.Streets   f:  -"----:.77,v-7?7:7-v'"'?v. ,77-?..?-?::7.7.777^7"?7  Wi&&^:<3*S::&4^^r'<^^'^<2&'&  POOL   ROOM  ���T:  GOOD   STABLING  B:;  Ode To Atlin Lake.l  '777." \Ve; heard a man? make?a}remark  ? a bo Cita? wo ma i 1. the.7pt.li e r d ay. "We-  take back the first part of .the statement? 'it-'-'wasn't   a' man, it just re-:  sembled a mail:   There?was nothing  very much . in   the Wording of the.  remark, but .the leer lliataccompan-  i.ed   the, utterance  spoke   volumes.  '   It -met with no response,  which was  7 the   only sure way  of treating it--  silent contempt.  It's bad enough, goodness knows,  for men to. 'knock', ''.men; .'but,'when,  we drag .the mimes of women in lb  discussion   it: is time'to be ashamed  . 7of ..ourselves.   There  a re different  degrees? or 'ways. 7v Some .without  thinking   and   with   no intention'of  doing, injurs?;    some  from ' a .very  badly   distorted   sense of 'humor or  with   the   idea of  being smart;  and  another   class   does Ml   from? spile,  jealousy   or   because of a naturally  low, debased and  vicious'mind-that  festers?a'nd throsvs off evil.,    Chuck  -it!-      }'    '������  The  man   who speaks disparagingly   of a svoman   loses   two ways,  He robs hiinselfof respect and chiv-  ��� ah')', and falls   in   lhe estimation .of'  his   fellows   svho   are men.    Every:  man   should  conduct. I'is conversation so lhai   he   may   have his own  and his neighbor's approbation.    II  he cannot   say?good il is much better to   take il out in   thinking, that  hums   less.       .Saying- nothing is   a  great help sometimes.  There is not a single���or married  ���man in the district, sv.e could lake  in more   territory but we're dealing  with  our  osvn,   who  would like lo  go   about   svith a record of his past  deeds, good and bad,  printed across ���    ti>    .,,   r, , . ,.,   ,     ,    ...  0 ' .        1     I're-m   Cabbage,   Rhubard,   Car-  htsback.   Notniucli!   There would?rotS)   parrillips,   arrd   Seed  Potatoes  Lc some choice reading, and a great atlMhuan's.  ?7 ?}; .;-7?v7}.? ��� 77;?} 7? ?. ?:}} }--i:)ISCO}\7.:D^^  THE} .DINING}?.^  MiiS.vROXBbliOHGH? . ?'GO^^  ONLY, THE BES^  mGH. wropriet&r^  m&tfi  If  -Kv(Mjf��  ?Kon k a n.? W asvi-u*:cra,^Man a(Jk%??, 7^}?  There is no excuse' offered for the  following lines. ?; If .you cau.stand  it, so can sve.  Oh! Lake of Atlin, my heart you're  troubling,   ? '��� -. ,  Your beauty .haunts   me like a fev-7  ered dream.  Your far off mountains, that the sun  ���".?' . sets bubbliiig���... .7.-7.7   ���'  My   heart's   blood   warms..svhen ,1  ::"Thear your name. : 7?  And ever till this life pulse ceases,  My nesvest thought you.svill always  -   be..    .' ."-..?  -;   ?L-  There's fesv svho ktiosv how fair this  place is? 7  And no one  cares a d--���- it seems  to me.  Sweet Atlin.-mountains!    the. sunlight sleeping  On your  snowy   peaks, is a picture  rare. T  You crowd around like young girls  peeping,  Puzzling one to say   which is most  lair.  And   oflimes   when   I  to  niy work  am settling, 7  Rossclli's  gramapkoue  gives out a  roar  Which makes my   nerves  in  every  place go rallling,  Then I get up  and gently close the  door, .������;..  With apologies to Lady D.  :&T\:"LagerA'*Be^  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.}7  ^HE  !>.&&.eW.8>:&  3^&W>&.&.&&.S>i&:��>:&fr&:8':8>:e>&:S>:P) :{?:��;���?;&���;  OPEN. DAY AND NIGHT,  The Bar is -supplied   with   none 7but   the } best brands of '.Liquors??  "and Cigars;    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  ^'tff^^��^^iff:6^3^��'vs^��^^i'-t!">s<jis'-3i'-c^-��^s .yvM<^^'-ff;^^^:^^^^<^^^^i^'<��^iisi'^tS<s  DIXON    &   SCHULZ,    Proprietors.  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT    IN   COMN ECTION.  CIIOICLSI WIM.S, IKJUOKS AMI CIGAIIS CA.SI. GOODS A   SI'I.CIALIV.  Corner Pearl and First Streets,  Atlin, B. C.  ^^^'���^c^yj"srr<?'-<:"sii<i'<j^'-ij^^r^5<3^i^3'��;44 ^^'^3^^<tf"-i^^^'-<iV3^^5^i^^i'-��^'-<s^��^'-d  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  V[IA^>A n_ A).^v.-I.^WX^.n ...MTjlATB.,  POULTRY   OF-ALL.   KINDS,   Dressed to   Order.  zrjrxtszzGUir,^  i#rr-jitr-a��g��Jarft��arri  ClUUS,   I'0|?I;KKU,   MiVXACH::ii. 1  .������ATUfy:.':^  l" .7  .?-?-?-5?:..';7  }Gn?Babies.'  ;?Her eyCs;are;wide its lilti'i liells, ?;  :: H;er7irrout!l liko;a?flri\vei' litiblosvn?  7?Twp}:lillie ? bare'7;feel?'., like -funny  }}-'??: .svlrilelnici*,} :"7'?7'7--:v?'"7:7''-  ? ?Pc*c*p; out' from, hers up.\vy?gowi),?.} ?  vi. Aiid liie'syec'pitik fists;:<if thc'liabyv  -" 7AiC'-:'iics*er?a"ino'uie111 sti 11,?;??"������';  7:Reachiug7at?slriue7at;d}sha  TT^JTiapdaiiceTon"-,l|ie.,window, sill. ??;  ���'}} Joliii Rhiiicbtii'!.*7,cauie;;dbss'ii''l"rohi  -7S|?irticc,,qreCk last vSalurelay with }a  ? siuile Tciii--iVis-'laceth (it couklii't'be  '7riil)lictl'bfT\yillr7):ipo,lio7 llc'bi ought?  7db\sl'i'i; ? A 1 ie 7? news}?t h ri L - St 11 c ?SI��r uce  7-:cfeck-pbpiilatibn"7liad?beeh'-iiicrcased;  ?by? 7?t!ie.??birth Tvbf :,a;.;fiiie7.:healt!iy  ;'7clcs?eii7'abdTa-ifalf~potirid'bab\r:'girl;'  .7 M ci 11 i er a u d ; d a 11 gh t c i'-,}' a t ? la test re-  '.-. ports?;svcre7doiu��7svcll. ??The proud;  };'?faihcr":vvl)ouglii.,a.;lew}?)pr7tlie -.. boys,  ? ancl?? was; .the.: reci pie nt of con grain-''  .- lalions-allTonncl??.? ���'-.-���;  -':?: It isn't?'.'y,ery .';ofterr."-'\y'e hayeari  7 bpiYoftufiilylo} atinbiirrce aTbirtli in-  :bur   columns.:??:'We 7 are'iiy ing} iii  ?Thopes;?7?. There may ?}?be ?a.7belter  ?shpsvihg^ f hisTseaspn? v}}}}?.}?;?  . ??7? We know very li tlie about babies.  v-Giirexiierieiice'Tis? limited., and any  .'.,.     ...... ?���?��� : .-,   '. 7? ' -',:���'       ��� v'.-'?..       '��� ,7  ?;.:ideas'?-;'sYe-7:m  ?;We?7stariecl but,;;in life7.as;o:ie,. but?  ? that7svas?iii"the77loiigvagOr?:audvWe:  7-have,.'almost forgotten it. ?���'. .We?have  dim   recollections   .of   being?.called  v 'it' by some male} man.? The tfous-  er brigade never, seemed to enthuse  very   much,   they 'hung'} back arrd  ��� kept their hats in their hands. The  ladies, the dear things, used to-hug  aiid kiss us,?and say how pretty we  ���'"'looked', andgoo-goo? and :chuek us  irnder.tlrechin,- We were good look.-  .ing then, but tinte docsinake alterations. The ladies': no longer fight  over lhe possession of usj.therc is  no more fondling aiid caressing and  tlie making of the goo-goo eye.  We're .out: in the cdldthoughTwe  feel;sure sve could appreciate it more  ijosv -.than years ago. We? are.  ��� ���perfectly-willing;   instead? sve heave  " a big heavy sigh .'for. 'our 'departed  babyhood, - and 'go 'way back ancl  sit -dosvu.'? It's rather hard, but  we have lo stand it although wc  don'17understand why.  About Women.  Probably no one has made as exhaustive ;i study of the comparative  sizes of men's nnd svotnen's brains  as Dr. Roesc, of Berlin, who has  the facial and skull measurements  of 70,000 persons, including .45,000  school boys and girls. In his observations were included German's,  Swedes, Dutch, Bohemians aud  .SsvKs. ���  Pic has written a report of his deductions for a German popular  health publication in which he  gives the advantage to men and  boys from every point of view.  Boys have bigger brain capacity  than   girls,    he  says,   in  a  degree  -svhich:7panhp.t   lis / accouhied tp'r.'p.n  the'gcneral ground? of "better: pi ivsi*?  ca.l developineut? ?'f 11   tact,'':?he 'con'-'  'finns-coriclu.sidn's }rc:acked?by7oiher  .studeiits, that,, froiii 7tlie,nipthvycar  to the close" olTSchpol nge?7gifls 01?  ihc .-average:? a^^belier'".nourished  nil (I 7tle:velqjjecl.:?i,haii7, boys. 7, ...7, The  brains of weli:gross''n;oiTls;-;howevei77  rem ni n ;?, inferior -iri.'size '������Tip., those'-of  physica 1 ly backward boys. ���}���'.' 71117the  ;fiill.gi;6svi)7\voiiiaii7thc. skull and;the.  I.iraiii-re'niiiiii  on ii childish -'plane of  development?"-?:-'?:: A':aAA:AA'AA  77:'I.'he.:,-������ fact77that? schoolgirlsv bfteii  scem.?Uo;::vrcach ,?beller:7i'e;sults;7tliaii:  Ijoys, 'ihat .Iheir.?.fie1 ualvafccoufplish-*}  '!ii.e'n.ts..seffTu.grearie^  "by."'..i he. fact t hat: lb ey reach.; ma t u ri ty,'  the   ilegree .of 7perfe.ct.ibn ol'.-sylriclr.  tliey 7are?capable,; sooner ?lharrl30s's7  But7the7gifl?sto[)s'''.; there, -?.'wh.i,le? the.  boy} gbesTbii Tfbr years TdeyelOpiiig  ancpacquir.iug? and lohly'-Teaches. .bis  fuBpow'erof'utilization?years-Utter?  .When he cloes so;   hosvevei';??he-bits  Tar ������'surpassed .the.les'el tbvsvhicl.r7the  thevgirTa'uaiued777;In;vother; words?  his?? menlal?:grp\yth,??as?cpnipared  svillivtheTwouiari's/is.iipt-tiulikeTlhe  deyeippuient;??? of.? ;?:his; 7.;physical  strength._; :??77;v.??���??:.?.'':. '77'}7}}??;????}?}  ���^-������*Dr-i-71ioese-':i.adds--:tiiat'1',vpf-:--. course,,  his .deduction's apply only to normal  or   average  ca--.es.     He. thinks ,.lhe.  difference-' in"' the ? sex .is due to Tthe  fact .-���'.-that    the    principal   chit}'   of  svomatr is?iuolb}erhockl,7~and nature  caniiot afford-,}to-.-ss'ast in her either  physical  or  mental . posvers: svhich  are not essential to that function? '"  CfSBSi^iSSEESS^sa^^ ' ���: '���# 1  fi  ,.IA  :�����  mM-mAM.  wm  /A  o^flv^..  i  HCJg^^^i::;*^:^^^  il^i  JID  fi  im  77 ;^?Ii;?;Ha:s?be  'gH areJi. o1}d.G^s:7;:oK  .777:|:?7Tlife:7^titi^e:7  blqcli;?cVi-i'o  Lowney's    Chocolates',    arriving  constantly al C.7R. Bourne's.  }NOTICE.  "TAKl?X()'i'rOI*;}iliiitTr,TOiii*istiiin ILNiss-  oii, til' tlio (own of .Distil.i-oi-y. IL C'��� sluill np-  ply to tlio ll.iiiril of Licui'so Coniinissionors  ol? tiio Atlin LitVonso vDi-iti-iut, nt liioViiuxt  ri'Sfi'lirr nirt'tin-r on .luiioiritli, i!)&7, for tiio:  trnusl'ur of ni.v.'liott-l licensiv-fortlie C'oltl  flf.iiiio, iSli'iin Stri.'ot, IJiseovory, 15. CJ., to  ���Tolni IJo.il.oroiiH'li, of l-lisiiovcry, H. C.  Si-ni.-il    CMIUSTIAX li. NLSSHN.  Oiscovisry,'I!. C .Sluy rntii, l'.K)7.7       -.  i-H-S-.  l?JiE^  ���,.��..  ALL57;PERSO"NS??INDEBTED}?Tp'. 'THE?:AB'0VE COMPANY' ARE  REOlffipK  JiTaL-a        y-^���^o  [jiisM^eiR?  , IRON   PIPING;? STEEL? AND'; BAR7IRON? ?  ?}.},},?} 7 DYNA.MITE AND GELIGNIITX,}   ??  -'-7   '- -.'-*,?:'- GASOLINE.   "77 }?? 7}  ' '?:,?? ,":.?-?-: ?--.'-7.  .'?��� 7 -":':;..-.", STEEf, SH-INGLIiSAN:!)'CORRUGATED IRON.  ^77;?;???; 7}?^^  STdRKS-lN   ATLlNvAKli  DlSCO VliRV. .-''���'.'-,'";-      ���?���'--., ?v ;-?������-; ���-.-.-, 1 ���.;-   -.'-?: v  lei m:  ���svzm -^Tsrrxj r--.n.-  NOTICE.  "]VT0TI0l-; -Is' liorcliy jfivun tlint...I intt'inl?  �����-^ sixty tluys froiii ilulu, to apply to tlio  Oliiut CoiHinis-iionor of Limits nnd Works  for pt-'i'inissiini to piiruliiisn t.liu follfiivinn'  ilt.'Kvril.i.iil trniit; of I11111I: Coinni(.-ni:iii��- nl n  stiiluj plnnttiil ut ti 'point- .nliont two miles  son tli of tini norili 01111 of Atlin l.iki.-111 itl ono  tnilo ivi.sf (if. (lit. ivt.st slitiru of Atlin lulu.,  llii.'iit'i! Wii.-it,-HI i-linins, tlioneu iiortli 'JO oliiiins,  l.lii.-iici't-itst It) t-liiiins, I Ih-ik.-i.' soiitli 211 i;linins  to l.lin point of f.-oiiiiiii'iif'i.'ini-'iit. ?.  CillAHLKSi). COLIC,  April 211, .111117 iip27jn22  ���><'-^r*'T^-*-��-0-.O--^-^--*;-^-.*-*���S-&&^-*-4-0~&^-4<$ (  -��-*-e-��-*-��-*-��-��^.  ���JL.  Ef?E?:BE  &L  now to. skcukic im..;li'.  Fai nicrs, contractors, inantifac-  lurers, and all emijloyers of labor  desiring married or single men, will  do well ��� to apply at once to Major  C. W.' Crcightoii, Salvation Army  Immigration Department, 439 Harris Street, Vancouver, B. C, or  Rupert vStrcct, 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.  Successors  to  J. H. Richardson.        '  ���'.���*������    .LATEST; STYLES }.IN GENT'S FURNISH TNGS  ?  DRY GOODS,  CARPETS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS,  GOLD SEAT? HIP GUM  BOOTS AND SHOES,  }?'  FULL  LINE OF MINERS GLOVES AND MITTS.   ?  Stores Kt atun and i:)m<:<-)vv:iiY. A:  IsefiiS aril Uriiiicifi  Mnsn ���,>.,���*^^w  w*--w^�����,r..-.jt  Wnv sissii our wiii-.n you can uht oooph as cut!/,i*. in: 111: .7  Atlin; Nugget ancl    Grapo   Ring?: .anil ��'l liimls of .iov.olry iminic  ffii'tiirod fin tlii; prc-inisns.  Kino   New  Stock   of   Watches,   Clocks,  Jewelry   innl   Diamonds  SVntclit'.'. I'i-iiiii iJii.OO up. Aki-iiIk for Coliiniliin Gi'iinioplioiios.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Pninted China, Souvenir Spoons.  /Ifl      tt     b-lln")     ATLIN   AND   DISCOV1-KV, '  Safety Deposit Vaults,.  Watchmakers and Manufactnrinri J  ev, 'ATLIN,   :B.   ,C.    'SATURDAY,   JUNE   .S,   1907.  Spruce Creek Murrnurinp's.  Mis. J. R. Clay, of Spruce, is in  the hospital for rest and recuperation. The boys on 'the creek will  be glad lo welcome, her return soon.  A, Carlson and 'j. Smith have  ceased work, temporarily, on the  Dexter claim; , on account of too  much water overhead.  J. F'assio is working on his lease,  adjoining the Columbia Hydraulic  ground. Hope, springs eternal in  'the human breast.  Cox 6c Miller are dispensing ivith  their steam hoist and pulling iir arr  overshot. This will reduce running  expenses considerably.  ,        0  The Spruce Creek Posver Company are running full blast. The  shot put off in the powder drift, a  short   time ago, did splendid svork.  There will be a big demand for  men shortly,as nearly all the indiv-  ual companys will be putting on full  crews. Most of them will probably  pay $5.50 a day for good men���and  this is an unhealthy climate for poor  specimens.  ' E. M. N. Woods, W. Eisher ancl  Ii. D. Felherstonhairgh went up to  "Spruce the first of thesveek and re-  staked   the   Northern   Mines Com-  t"  panv,   Limited,   property.      Sheriff ��� .  1       ' ' 1    1      I        J Private  -  ��� Shirley has placed a bailiff in charge  --S���6^7X  of   the   place.     Mr.   Jid.   Helgren,  svho has been  making  preparations  to svork,the ground   has, stayed lhe  operations for a few days.  The staff visited the steamer-  Scotia lire , other clay and made a  tour of inspection. Everything on  board has had a thorough over-  hauling, is shipe-shape and shining.'  Paint, soap arrd plenty of elbow-  grease has been used svith good  effect, and the appearance of the  steamer is certainly a credit lo the  master and crew. The crew is as  follows: Captain Bragg; mate Clifford .Smith; engineer D. Sullivan;  fireman J. Kelly; decker J. Mttllins;  cook R. M. Tcer.  Wanted.���An accomplished burglar, skilled in the art of opening  burglar-proof safes. A good opportunity lo turn an honest penny.  Such an advertisement appeared iu  a paper printed at Glympia, Wash.  The"safe of the brewing company in  that town in some svay got closed  and the combination lost. Nosv  they arc advertising for a safe-  breaker, rf this meets the eye of  anyone in the district svho could  ancl svould fill .tlie bill, that,Individ -  ual will be conferring a favor ou the  people of Olympia, because there-  venue stamps for lhe beer kegs arc  locked up in the safe and no beer  may be turned out till the stamps  are forthcoming. Hence the haste  of the company and the unfortunate  condition of the people���without  their foaming beverage 011 a hot  day.     ft's dreadful lo contemplate.  List of Arrivals on steamer Scotia  th  O.   C.   Soil;   L  [tine  7i.l1,   1907.  Lavorc; J.C. Anderson; E. Widmark;  0. Daniel; J. M. Stewart; A.-E.  O'Meara; N. S. Fisher; C. Sands;  Capt. Alexander; J. Lipscombc; V.  Gabb; J. D. Nichols; J. Tallmire;  H.���- Olson.  Hampton   &.   Durie,  Proprietors.  JDISCOVKKV,   IL C.  I-'IKST-CLASS DINING  KOOM  GOOD CMiAN KOOMS  ONLY   Till"   11EST GOODS  USUI- AT Till"  IIAK.  l%n  tmm m  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND 'NIGHT.  T-lJi'STALrRANT  Under lintiroly Now Management,  lliiii.liiiiii.-tt'i-s  for Dixon's stage.  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor  Atlin View  Letterheads  ���   We  still  pads left.  have a few  The only  Letter Paper to use  * when you are writ-  . ing to* your friends in  the East.  To be had at The Claim office.  Canadian. Pacific RaiLway Company.  ATL1NT0 LODGE  A. F. & A. M.  No. 12, fi. It. 11. 0.  Regular   column ideations liultl  011 tlio   first.  Tlini-siliiy of oueli month in  tlio  A. O. U. SS\  Hall, Tliiril Street.  S'isiiing lirol.lireii cordinllv invited.  The next rcjiiilnr communication  will   l.o  hold on Thursday, ,1 nly tth.nl, T.'ill p.m.  An oineryi-ncy communication will liu held  on Thursday, Jiuiu 2i)th.  Hy oi-drrof thu W. .SI.  0. li. UOUliNI*;, SiiCKi'TM'V.  BARBER SHOP.  KTJ34m.sf��gyjB  .  W.  THOMPSON,  MANAC-Hlt.  BATHS  FIFTY CENTS  tit rrtnen for Ladies.  i ��a��a*e .mjtvsiv svs  ALASKA    ROUTE   SAILINGS.  Princess Beatrice June O  Princess May   =     June  19  Sailing rrom Skagway 8p.m;  Direct to Vancouver  arrd Victoria.  Transporting by rnil or steamer ito Scuttle without extra chargo li  We-glvo quick sorvlco.    No Intermediate calls.  li"or i-atcs or information apply to  H. B. Dunn,  Agent, Skagway.  Synopsis of  Guuiiiiaii  llonicstedfl   Regulations.  A NV nvnilnlilc Dominion I.anils within  XX the I'ailwny Hell in British Columbia,  may ho honiestentted hy any person who is  tin.- sole henil of a family, or any mule over IS  years of age, to tho extent, of oiie-i|unrter  section of 11.0 acres more or less.  Untry must, lie iiuiile personally at the local  lanil ollice for tht.* tlis-itrict. in which tlie land  is situate.  The homesteader is riniuiretl to perform  the conditions connected therewith under  one of the following plans:  (1) Al least, six months' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  yen rs.  (2) If tlie father (or mother, if the father is  decea-jed) of the homesteader resides upon.a  fni-in in t he vicinity of the laud entered for,  the retiuironients as to residence may be  sntislitjtl by such person residing With t.he  father or mother.  (!!) Lf the scttl'-r has his permanent residence upon fai'ining laud owned hy him in  the vicinity ol' his homestead, the reriuirc-  incnts as to residence may he satisfied by  residence upon the said land.  Six months' notiet- iu writing should bo  given to theCJoininissiouer of Dominion Lauds  ntOllitwa of intention to apply for patent.  Goal hinds may he purchased at $10per.acre  for soft coal anil-?20 for anthracite. Not.more  than 1120 acres can be ut'iiuired by one individual or company, Royalty at the rato of  ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall bo collected on the gross output.  W. W.COI'Y,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N.U.���Unauthorized publication of this advert iseinent, will not In* paitl for. jy21-0in  COLUMNS  Placing before the .public  the many advantages of  the district is the object of  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTI.CI-; thnt   I   Louis Schulz,   of I  the town of A I liu.   II. ('., shnll  apply  to (lit.  board of.lii-onsi-coniniissloiioi-h  of  the Alliu  License  I *��� j n I ri.-l. ..I I In: ne >.t   i*i-;;iilai-  in.vl-  ing ou .June l.'itli, tV'.i'l. for the I i-itit-!v-1- -.1  m.v j  hotel linen-"    for  ' ii- Nun-gel. Il'il.il.   Ili-i'-..,- |  ery, H.'-'.,  to .L.u.i-s   I). Dn.i,,.,,!' D'.-ro-.vrv, j  H.C. |  si.-iii-!   l. sr:iii'f,/i. '  Atlin, li.C. .M.-.y .'���������;���. i*.. ". ,i  TO CONSUMPTIVES.  The undersigned having been restored to health by'simple means,  after suffering for several years svith  a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease Consumption, is  anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure.'  To those svho desire it, he svill  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  . cony of the prescription used, which  they ss'ill find a cure Tor Consumption, Asthma, Catakrii, Bronchitis and all throat auditing  -Malaiuks. He hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. , Tho::*.* desiring the prcseiip-  tion, which will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing, svill  please address  r^ev, Edward A. Wilson,  Brooklyn, N.Y.  ���-���):(*'C'"��):w:'<������'Ci"iK!*ft*a  This cannot be successfully accomplished ���with- "  out the generous support of  the  business   peopl  and.  the residents.  SEND US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION  -$> t ��� ��-��-��-��-��-��������-���-�������� ��������������  .-.'I.  wmmmmmmm


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