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 0  '/?.:'  JlJI-i 15606  ,'! - ���       '        ~ ~  "O    ' C-   ,r -"\ r-i o,     ;Cj.        .�����  7&  VOL.  14.  ATLIN,, -B. C,   SATURDAY,,   'JUNE    30, ..906.  NO. ..3r:4  TELEGRAPHIC.  KING EDWARD   ,  - MAY OPEN FAIR.1  "Women   Suffragists   Will   bej  Put -on Trial in London.  .DESPOILER KILLED .AT .NEW YORK.  li*!.u,tivcs Sentenced for Murderously  Attacking British Officers.  ���War Ofilee Against all American  Preserved Meats���An English  'Eiiie Team Will Visit States-  ���Gormans Deny the Reports-  Important Jewish Concession  ���Earthquake in Wales.  [��j*j-:rjiAj, to tub ci-iAi-ir.] !  Toronto, June 28.���The Toionlo,  Industrial Exhibition authorities  are negotiating with a view to having King Edward open -their e-xhi-  bition, which*commences the latter  ���part of August. They also plan  ���connecting the Atlantic cable with  ���the Royal residence .in the ��� cit)*" and  ���also with the lair.grounds. If their  request is granted the King will  rsiruply press-a button .and electricity  .will do the rest.  "London, June 28.-���The women  ���suffragists are trying, to drag Pre-'  ���tnier Bannerman, President ofthc*-  Board David Lloyd George and  Chancellor Asquilh into the city-  police court to testify in their behalf  an the .case against Miss Billinglon,,  Miss Kenny aud three other leaders  of the women suffragists who have*  ���been arrested ou charges of .having,,  ���created a disturbance outside of  Chancellor Asquith'-s house on the  a ist-of June.  New York, .June 2S.���Mr. Stanford White, a member of the firm of  "McKimmead & "White, architects of  ������this city, 'was shot and instantly  killed during a performance at the  Madison Square roof garden on the'  25th inst. The murderer, Harry  'Thaw, who is;a member of a well"  ikuow.n Pittsburg family, has been  arrested. He frankly admitted hav-  fing committed the crime andplead-  -cd in justification of his rash act  that White had ruined his, the pri-  ���soher's wife, who was formerly a  ���chorus girl named Nesbitt. Thaw,  who is a,brother of the Countess of  Yarmouth, now occupies a cell in  ?the tombs awaiting trial on a charge  ���of ��� murder. The defense will en-  ���deavor to .establish a plea of iu-  ���sauity.  Cairo, June 29.���The trial of the  natives who were concerned in the  -attack of June 13th on a party of  five British officers, while ��� pigeon  -shooting near-Tantah, and which  resulted in the killing of Captain  Bull, ol the Sixth Dragoons, and  ���the serious maltreatment of several  others, resulted iu four natives being sentenced to death, four to penal servitude for life, three to fifteen  .years   imprisonment,   six .to seven  years imprisonment, three to ouer  year imprisonment a'nd -five to re-|  ccive 25 'lashes each. TltJr.ly-ouei  natives *were acquitted. f  London, June, 2S.���On be'half'of  War Secretary Haldanc, Mr. JBn-l  chanu.11, Financial Secretary >of .the"  War Office, announced in -tbe House'*  of   Commons   today'that 'a general'  order has been   issued -to   withhold!  1  further issue to the British army-of",  fill American brands of preserved!  meats until after such time as Col-j  onel ���Hobbs1 report shall have bcenj  received.    ��     ' j  London,June 29.���-Tlie rifle teamj  of the Queen's Own Westminster'  Volunteers will sail teni England'  on September 13th ;to defend .the;  title of the Sir Howard Vincent-  Challenge Shield at Greedmore ,<onr  October :i.2lh and 13th" against .the,  crack lifle team of .the National)  Guards of New York. ;  Berlin, .June 29.���-The iForeagm  Office today denied the reports that!  Germany and' Austria are strength-!  ening .their military forces on .-the*  Russian 'frontiers owing'to the pre-;  sent disorders iii Russia, and added|  that "Germany does not need to in-f  ���crease the strength 'Of iher frontier'  garrisons, which are. already ample,  for ail purposes." '��� ,  Loudon; June 29.���King"'Ed ward*  recently made an important concession to all Jewish peeple who.are  British subjects. The .British Court;  hitherto has always been held on  Fridays, thus preventing the presentation of Tews. By command of  the King, the third Court of the'  season was fixed for 'Thursday?  June 28th, '.thus making it_-possibly  for the Jews to attend' thi'f.most������distinguished function. ���  Cardiff, -Wales?ljune 29.���Several  violent earthquake shocks were experienced throughout South Wales  on Wednesday, June 27th. Houses  were rocked, hundreds of chimneys  fell and pictures were shaken .'from  the walls, the occupants of dwellings were thrown to the floor and,  thousands of panic -stricken people  fled to open spaces. Many narrow.'  escapes took place but no casualties  have so far been repotted.  New York. June 29.���George B.  Winter, .an .Englishman, arrived  here yesterday from Loudon, at the  request of.���"the American government, and?will suggest improve-.*  meuts in the uniforms worn by the  officers and men-of the United States  army, it having been claimed that.  ���lhe time -of peace uniform is too  plain to attract recruits. Replying  to a query, Mr. Winter said: "I,  am going to make your privates,  ���look like officers and your'officers''  like generals."  generar�� news. r  A   late  St. Petersburg   despatch  says the douma's Bialystok commit-,  -* -       . 1  tee has made its report on tbe con-,'  ditions there anil the cause .that led;  up to them. They lay the respensi-.'  bility for the recent Jewish i-sn^acrc";  on the police, which i.s subordinate  to .the military. They stale that,  the police circulated false rumors  about the Jews among the.citizens,  thereby arousing the- mob to the,  highest point ol" .indignation and-  precipitating .the massacre.  ���TIjos. Cu-llen, nu .Everett timber  cruiser, was -.attacked on lhe street'  in Seattle one night last week by au  unknown man, who -struck him on  the head with ci-sling shot. Cullen  was'iiol expected to recover. .  President Roosevelt has instructed'  the U. vS. department of justice to:  begin tlie proceedings against the  Standard Oil' Company .under the'  rebate clause of the-inter-stale com-.'  mc.TCe.law and under the anti-trust  law.  'The Alaska-Yukon -fair trustees-  have -selected the University of  Washington site, at Seattle, for the  1909 fair. ;.Qne of -the reasons for'  the selection is that it.makes it positive that there will be no liquor sold  ou.the grounds, which is prohibited  by .tlie laws,of .that-state.  ,At Kansas City .last week Judge  .McPherson sentenced the officials'  of the Swift, Cudaby, Armour and'  Nelson Morris .packing companies',  who wove found, guilty^of. accepting,  rebates, lo pay fines .of $1-51000  each. The .Burlington .railway -sys-'  tern was fined the same amount lot-  giving rebates. -George Tucker, a  broker, was fined $f6,ooo and his  clerk, Taggart, was fined $.41006  aud -sentenced -to three mouths in  jail, -for assisting in securing 'the  rebates.  The Law -Courts,  Owing .to the illness of Mr. Queen  in Vancouver, the action of Clay vs.  Queen   was,   on sFriday, adjourned.'  till July 31st..  Spruce Creek Power Co., Ltd.,  vs. Conway -et al.���This action  came on for hearing on'Wednesday  but*.was adjourned till Monday on  application of the plaintiffs. - The  examination of defendant Callaghan,  on discover}', look place on Thursday afternoon.  The smit-of Callaghauvs. Prescoll  came up for .hearing Wednesday and  trial thereof was fixed Tor Wednesday, July 4th. 'The defendant requires a'jury and the following were;  summoned:. Messrs. Nevile, Cross,  Wheeling, Tail mire, ; O'Connor,  Nicho'l, .Dixon, Bourne, Taylor and.  Queen. The application for an injunction till trial was not given as it'  might ���prejudice a fair trial.  , t.  'New'Arrivals.. .  'Jmie 26���D. S. Strait, C. L.  Denny, "UV-JE. Willifor'd, J. E. 'Spcn-.  cer, 'K. A. Kelly, F. McKenzie,  Geo. Howard, Carrie Walker, W.  E. Anderson and J. A. Fraser.  Juue.2p-^J. -TI. Roal, H. S. Typke,  Mrs. Lambert, son aud daughter, J.  A/Curaniiirgs, Miss S. Gibbs, Miss  -Glahdlm, Mrs, L. E. Mitchell, C.  Johnson, Dick Johnson, Mrs. Mc-  Giuuis, J. A. Pitzsimmons, Fred  Reynolds, W. J.Goepel, -Peter Reco.  ���auB. H. Qlsca.  Mining Notes.  The Blue-Canyon dredge is still  running, but it is frightfully hampered by the great number of large  boulders. ;  The Pine Creek Power Co., Ltd.,  have a number o'f men engaged -doing some prospecting work on their  leases at Pine creek falls.  The steam shovel will be running  again next week ou Spruce. It has  taken the whole of this week to re-  inslal.the plant and hoist at the new  station.  On Thursday-the Societie Miuiere  Company ou Boulder creek -had  th^ir frrst clean-up for the season  and secured '$10,000, which *'was  very gratifying.  ' Mr. W. S. Davis, of tlie McKee  Consolidated Hydraulic Co., came  to town Wednesday with 230,odd  ounces of gold, about $3,Soo, being  the first clean-up by that company  so far this season.  Word come.'* from Wilson creek  that A. Crier and A. Shieme, the  locators and-owners of .the discover)'  claim on that cr-^k, -"'re energetically pushing work on their ground  and are obtaining very satisfactory  results. W. Alliott. who is operating a claim deloiv t-he discovery,  is also securing fair returns. Several other miners are working claims  ou the creek aud all are reported to.  be saving fair values.  ' A.--E. -Woods, manager of Lh-s V:  ,W. & Y. railway at Vancouver, and  G. W. -Hutchiiigs, a well known  merchant of that city, will .visit  Atlin.iu a few weeks. Mr. Woods  is president-of the Northern Mines  Ltd..and Mr. "Hutchiiigs is a director, and they will'spend a fewVlays  at the company's property on Spruce  creek watchingtiie operations ef the  steam shovel. Vancouver capital  has not beeu very much in evidence  in the mining camps ot the north,  but tbe visit of these active business  men and the good report which  they will of necessity take back  with them should strengthen this  camp -as, a field for investment with  the people ol" the coast city.  Robert McKee, the discoverer of  McKee creek and who, for the last  three years, has been developing  property on O'Douneil river, returned to.town this week, having beeu  awaysiuce March. Owing lo early  high water and a big jam, which  turned .the water out .of the old  channel of O'Donnell river, Mr. McKee lost his winter's dump and  about 1,100 feet of bedrock drain,  which he constructed last year at a  cost of $2,coo. .Nothing discouraged, however, he ran a new drain  this summer and now has men  engaged.shovelling-in. From prospects found, Mr. McKee is certain  that he will make a big showing  this summer as.the .ground averages  about an. ounce per day to the man  on the rim. This is the ground  that was .turned down by O. B.  Perry and associates last year ou  account of a stratum of blue clay  which it .is said to contain. Mr.  McKee, however, has stayed with  his good -opinion of the river regardless of all the cold water thrown  on Iiis scheme, and he is now pro-'.--*  ing the soundness of his'judgment.  He has taken in a "big lot o'f supplLon  on his-jeluni tills week. I'!  I!'  *.'A  ATLIN,    B.   C,    SATURDAY,    JUNK    30.    1906  !L  The Atlin Claim.  TUB ATLIN CLAIM i& fud.ibhcd every Saturday  MOnNlN.. MAILED FHCC TO ANY PART OT THE  WORLD rOfl SO CENTS PER MONTH ; $0,00 PER  TEAK. ADVCRTISINa BATES I H.OO PCRINCH EACH  INSERTION ; HEADING NOTICES. 2. CCNTS A LINE.  ��� FECIAL   RATES    ON    APPLICATION.  4��4  JOB PRINTING :  ILL-HEADS, POSTERS, VISITING   CARDS,  tCTTEn-HCADS, '"    PHOGflAMMES,       ETC.,  ETC.  OnoEns    PROMPTLY    EXECUTED.  PRICES   MODERATE.  Thk Atms Claim PuurjiSHiNa Co., Vri>.  W.   Poi.i.Aiai.   Guant.    Koi'roi.-.MANAtiKi:.  MINING PROGRESS.'  An estimated increase of .58,500.-  000   in   the  mineral production   of  Canada   during  the   past  year, despite a falling off of $2,000,000 .in  the Yukon gold   output,   indicates  that   Canada   is   steadily gaining a  place among the mineral  producing  countries of the world, and that her  mining development i.s quite in line  with the advancement observable in  every other  form of industry.    An  increase   in   mineral  production is  reported from every province, show-  , ing  that  every portion   ol" the Dominion  is sharing  iu  the   general  advancement.      British     Columbia  and   Nova   Scotia   maintain   their  pre-eminence in the  production  of  the  more valuable metals, but Ontario aud Quebec are  forcing  their  claims  to  recognition in no uncertain maimer.    Altogether mining is  .apparently iu a very, healthy condi-  ���" tion, the production having increased almost fourfold in ten years.    Its  future  is great with possibilities as  the  construction  of the transcontinental railway will  make  valuable  districts accessible iu which various  kinds of mineral deposits lie in   tin-  limited     quantities    awaiting," the  .miner's pick and shovel, and means  of   transportation   of the rich  ores  from the mines to the market.  cob.dt.    Heretofore   the chief production of cobalt , has   been   from  Canadian sources, aud it is reported  that   Mr. Edison   has  seemed   the  control   of   some  of the Canadian  mines.    As iii the case of tungsten  aud some of the so-called rare minerals,   the   creation ol" the demand  means the discoveries of the deposits  in  localities  where these   minerals  were' not  heretofore  reported,  and  the   same   is   likely to   be true   of  cobalt.    Mr.   Edison   has  been  inclined  to make rather exaggerated  statements   in  the past in regard to  his   inventions,   but, in view of his  wonderful record in the  domain   ol  invention,' it   would hardly he well  to  pass  over this recent important  announcement.  Useful attd Oraamtfital. %m  Why send out when you can (set goods as ciii-.ai* iieub?  Atlin, Nugget and   Gi-ape   Rings ami all lii.uls ��f Jewelry nmnu  fiietni'eil on tlie premises.    ' '  '   l*iiie'-.Ne\v  Stock  of   Watches,   Clocks,  Jewelry  ami   Diamonds  Wutolios from .*?*..()(l up.. Ajrcnts fin- Cnluinliiu Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  Jl-Lbb    L1UUL1KI     tt    M)l\    ATI.IN  AND  DISCOVKRY, '  safety Deposit v.uits.      Watchmakers and .Manufacturing Jewelrs.  They   are   Waiting   for   You!  IN  CL0fniN<  Bargains  Hats and Dry Goods,  Queen's'University, Canada has  given Mr. Karnagy the degree of  L. L. D. Congratulations doktr. ���  New York World. ,     .  The Law Courts.  Rex. vs. ' Garneau.���This trial  came on before His Honor Judge  Young in the,Speedy Trials Court  on .Saturday last. The witnesses  called for the crown were C. Rodri-  que, F. Lemieux, F.'B. Wrong, H,  Brown and F. Wostell. After all  the evidence for the crown was in,  His Honor said that he believed the  accused had the permission of Rod-  rique to open the letter, and discharged the prisoner. Mr. Grant'  appeared for the ��� crown and Mr:  Woods for the prisoner.  Callaghan vs. Spruce'Creek IJbwer  Co., Ltd.���Judgment was given in  this action for the plaintiff-for $50  and costs.  FULL  Carpets and Rouse Furnishings.  LINK    OK    BOOTS    ani.    SHOHS,  also   GOLD   SUM,    HIP   GUM    BOOTS.  tl. E. Brown & 'Co.  Atlin ami  ���"&�����'   Discovery, B. C  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  A^^^^*A-Af***'-^'-/��iA'SA**A<'\*A^SAO\A.^^  BEN WELL.---PEART- #  CO.  .     SUCCIiSKOKS"  TO   THOMAS   &   BENWELU  Wholesale  Wine   and  Spirit  Merchants.  USHER'S  Vancouver, B. C,.  WHISKIES.  P. O. Box-102.  ���>0���h  h���>  %  It was at Harlow police court that  the Rev. Mr. Thackeray, who, in  obtaining the licence' for the Fish  and Eels Inn, at Htiddleson, caused  the magistrates to raise their eyes in  astonishment ��� by declaring: "I  think fishingone of the best Sunday  recreations, because it causes the  least labor iu others, and I want  those who come down to my house  for a week-end to go back again to  work refreshed and all the better for  the change. There are two ideals  in my mind connected with the day  of rest. One is that it is intended  for the worship of God in the first  place, and iu the second that it i.s  for such recreation as will fit a man  for going about his duties for the  rest of the week. I shall therefore  try to induce my visitors to attend  some divine service on Sunday and  see no objection to their fishing or  boating if they desire. I am not  doing this out of pure philantrophy.  I hope to make money out of it and  will cater for my customers on the  best side." So far the Rev. Mr.  Thackeray has raised no protest  from his fellow clergymen.  Slightiy   Provokln'.  He had a little garden  In which he took delight,  Caterpillars have come and gone  Aud vegetables are out of sight  ��� n  THE   GOLD   HOUSE,  "?'    DISCOVERY,   B.C. .;?.'"  C H. NISSEN,    -    -    -    Proprietor.  Itesttuu-aiit in Connection Umlei- ,  New and Capable Management.  *  ��*  hSOS*  <*4f*****4Ht��<tt4Hf44^  W. MUSGRAVE, B. Sc.  Assayer and  _?���*,_* Chemist  Conrad  City,   Y* T.  Atlinto Lodge,  Visitin;  Palmer,  The Reliable Shoemaker,  The announcement that Thos. A.  Ivdison has discovered a method for  the use of cobalt in storage batteries,  is of interest to  the   producers   of  -^ V��^l��*il*��Ji'!V"Ji'"C3-'--r'-~---s---���  _      -, ... . ... ..,- -��� _   j    .  ;.~'-VV:f"..^?V:*��r*3i1r^^ "-"' -   "I  c(P  ATXm*   B.C.,   ���SATURDAY.,    JUNE"-30,-  1.30S  Jonah's Unique experience.  Tn"o-w Jonah was a prophet of old, .  Who   woukl i>ot tio as he was told,  And go to Nineveh ���he did not date, ��� hriau  sJki't set  sail   for Tarsish, and ]iaicl  his fare.  There was a laighiy teen pest *in 'the  sea; *r  T'iit; ship woivkl suneHy broken be.  To   iheir goals did tlie nuuiinors call  .and weep,  2"��irt   Jonah.,   lve Jay   until  was   fast  asleep.  -"'Wlio is tlie Jonah.011 -tliis-.sh'iii!"  The captain cried, and J ���- was it.  Over they cast him into the-sea.  Then   down   went the waves, and  ���down wont fee.  A 'wlka.Ie h��cl pity-on his plight,  And look   him ?in,   'iwas ml ark   as:  night, i  "���'���I've   paid   my fare,-" said J���nnd!  went to sleep',  Rocked in the cradle of the deep.  The wiiale spouted on rthree nniighil-s,,  ,no more.; '    '        ,  Then popped hi is on it lie Syiriianj  ���shoie. i  ���'-Really," said Jonah, "what'.a larklj  "Not a bit of wind but v-eiyidairk."     i  To Nineveh .th-en he gladly went,     j  Called-on all sinners t-e repent,  And when his work,in life was o'\er  ashore,  They hurried  him  where  he   had!  ���popped���no .more.  and Texas.    During Cambrian time  tlie   continetHiafl   land  mass slowly!  sank and isv tthe .end .��f rtlie   Cani-  a   grett inUeirioi'-sea covered  the whole Mississippi "valley..  cago Mining World.  Wot  Sat   S3Ky.  -Chi-  Weary froiu the chise, t&e���ostrich;  of the desert had stuck "ins ilnsad   in  the sand.  '.'Ykbu sillly birdl," sniiitfl itl3ne"liin nter, j  coming up, ">t)o y��ufinni*n*b)c E can'h  see you'V' '      ���        j  ."'Yam m"strike uwy purpose,'" ire-'  pliod Ohe ostrich with i-ligiiiby.. "'Of,  course \yaii -can -see me:; ktrt .you!  miserable, featlK-r-stealiiig, iegg-j  htiuiliirig Hand. pirate, ff Mi us .relieve*  my-sdir .oif -tbe necessity .��f seeingi  ���I- i  you.. ' i  J i  . iGffin-scious that be hafl tfhe 'better]  of ithe argument, t/he ostrich yielded'  forty dollars" worth of plumes '-.with  ���t'**'Cg^lLWJ*U.I��lMl>OM:a��3^^  . ~*r-~?**?>*"*!���?"?**..���� JW^ivt-WPM"a..T.^f��*����w��?^'?*3py;  WE MEASS   B'dM  List  and   our  CASH PRICES!  -Strange "We never sihought <o'f iSt (before!"  6  ���9&9&9:fc9S&  out.n *munnnir.  ^x.  CAMBRIAN   PERIOD..  Cambrian period .is the name .giv-  ��n  by  geologists  for  the   first  -or;  ���earlier period" of ihe Paleoroic era.!  "The rocks of the   Cambrian   series  were (deposited-in .it.    In  Cambrian  'ttitue   animal   life  on earth was already   highly' -differentiated.     Alb  ���the  great types of vertebrates were1'  tpr-eseut then -and definitely .charae-  rterrzed.    The  main types so far as  the  fossil  evidence gees, were Bra-  chiopods and Trilobites, but numerous others existed, such as molluska,  snarine   worms,   siliceous  sjaonges,  graptolites and jellyfish, and by the  <end of the period .starfish  and   cri-;  noids.    It  is   probable tfiat plantsj  ���such as seaweeds existed,   but  this  is uncertain.    During the Cambrian  period -the -climate   was   probably  warm, but not torrid, even.up tothei  Arctic   Circle.     This   evenness  of  temperature  may have .been due to  . a. much larger part of  the   earth's  surface being covered by water than  in later time, .��r to a   difference   in  ���the  composition .��f the atmosphere,  ���more carbon dioxide being present.  "The North American continent had  already begun to take shape at  the  beginning .of-.'Cambrian  time.    A  vast   land   mass   probably  having  lofty mountains extended from Labrador   west  and   . north,'  possibly  treadling as far south as St. Louis  .and west to .the Pacific.    Its .-northern boundary Was probably north of  4he   Arctic   Circle.    To tlie south  long narrow strips of land and narrow sounds occupied parts of Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and New England.    A large  Appalachian  island extended, from  Vermont to Alabama, tits -west shore  '.sparked   by what is now the Blue  Ridge.    This island was separated  ���from the continental laud -mass to  the west by a narrow sound.   Southwest of the continent.another long  Tbut  narrow   land mass,   now  -the  Sierra Nevada, extended from Puget  Sound to Mexico, and another large  island reached from the Kootenai  district of British Columbia south?  ���ward  .to   Colorado.     There  were  .besides, smaller islands in Missouri  'Siin��n 'Guggenheim, worth $15,-  ockd,.(d��i3 aud one *��f ,t*he wealthiest  men liu (the state of Colorado, at one  itime iQonnliv'.cted a little shop for the  ���sale >��f -embroideries and laces in"  ���PhllaiMpBaia. He -made .Iks first!  money "fluri 11 g tlie LeaAwille excitement 'by investing, in a few shares of}  mining -steck witlii tfloe profits .madej  in his Philadelphia store. - ��� :j  Tib calculate--the horse power of;  boilers, *t.he Centennial standard .is'.  now  'generally  acoepted.    An eva-'  1  poratian of 30 potinfls ol water -per  hour from a feed temperature "of 100  degrees, Fahr., into steatu of 70;  pounds pressure, and may be considered equail -to 34'Js pounds of  water from aaid at 2it2 .degrees,  Fahr., or 33,305 B. T. U. per hour.-  NOTICE.  fT^IXtraf -Ilin.+i ifirtfti- dute weaiiteud tc apph-  '^' ���*> :tho Cltriof Comiriituiioiier 'Of Lands-  ami Works,VViotoiiiu,-!*. C, Ji.riiMH-iiiii.Hiau to^  purchase the .filU.iwiu-r land uitiurte' .on-  Wiiiil.v.Arin., .Hennett JW-vasioii, 'Gus-Sitvr District, commeniihiff .at au��o��t on'-Kort'li West  corner of Lot J2,ttl��eiicoi<0 chains Went hIoiik,  North liouuduw line. With jmriUlill .latitude,j  thence 20 eliiMiHi* South, thence East it!) cImuiis,-  .thence"20 clut"iM>$>oi-th iiloiij*: West liouiidnry  of*tat)f.72 tu *iiluee of vomiiieiiceineut,' coit-  tuiiiintt SO uoresmoi-o or less. |  Located MuyilOth, JMti.  W. A. A.*IH*A*SON7  jly2S iCHft.KI.ES 1��UGSLEV.  Our s$une  Price List is iNow .Re&dy'J!  vUR Printed I-h-iee List just seems to fill a ikoiag  felt  need, as, when  our patrons receive it on the first of'the menth-.they know exactly  what-goods w,i 1*1 -cost ithem during ithe month, and it is a great .assistance,  iu .mak-iiig .up r. 11-order.  ''W-e 'have ia Heirge Stock o'f Goods now-on 4he way iu  .and *w.e '\\>ni place il'hem- hi the Store at iLowest Possible  iBsices',- 1"@R Ci-^BL, iii Case Lots.  ���' ' ^"au-are :al ways-subs-of-the "Best Ouality-of iGoods at the  ���   \, A.'T. COMPANY'S  STORES. "  .-.,.   (QoaSs fSdi-verefl  pr-otnptlj" on the  Greeks end ;aia- Town.  Ef <you'.afe *n-ot  already -.e. .customer tit   '   ,  "' * wtiill rpa>y you  to .^give -u-s a trial-order.  Mfi**      t/T*      B^"*      V&&  * ^S"    iOt^    -rt"*  LIMITED.  The Atuln . Maerket Co-, Ltd..  FRESH  DRESSED WEAT5, also  Pine tut note  DISCOVERS, E.C.    -  A Strictly lEirst-Class Hotel.;  ED.   SANDS;,   Proprietor.    .  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  POULTRY (OF ,AVL KINDS, Passed to Order.  1 . '  C. rDOELKBR   'Manager.  The Dining-Room, under (the management of Mrs. T. Hinchcliffe,  furnishes the best meal in town.  A^AA!S**N*>'V<A��N'Vfr,VVV>W��VWV>��VVl  ��^^*>S^��^��^**^**b9^R^P^tW��!*t*^*5  Hampton. &. -Du��ie,        Proprietors.  ���Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT i  !      IN ;  .   CONNECTION,  Headquarters for Dixon's 9tfc����.  Bxeciited Cheaply, sPromptly <atvd Saiislactorily.  ..... THE CLAIM OFFICE  c  StfWkAtfiAf)0**!#6SV��SiiMW^^  ^CAPITAL   PAID  'RESBIWE,   ���"  Eteandhee <��f tains Bank at .Seattle,  UP?  ���$I'0,OQ0,G03.  4,sSooiOoa.  San Franoiseo,  Portland,  Skagway, .-ete,,  lExdhange sold on all Points*  <Q&m>'Dust Purchased���Assay Obfiou -in .Conn-kc-tioh.  J. A. SMITH. Manages. V;'  ATLIN,    B.   C.,'. SATURDAY,    JUNK'   30,. '196.6.  V'i'r  i-*'  Local Events.  Atlin photos aud souvenir postals  at C. Rr-Bourne's.  The latest magazines and papers  are alwavs on hand at Pillman's."  McDonald's Grocery makes a  Specially ol" fresh eggs ancl  butter.  ,Mr. and Mrs. C. Sutherland left  on Tuesday's boat for southern  coast cities.  Mr. and Mrs. Barton and daugh-  ' ter arrived from Pike liver Wednesday on a short visit.  New novels arriving conslanllv  at C. R. Bourne's.  WIi3r use 'inferior gasoline .when  yon can get 76 and S6 per cent, al  Regan's.   -Atlin and Discovery.  Judge Young" will leave on July  roth lo hold sittings of the County  Court at Hazclton and Port Simpson.  Mr. ancl Mrs. S. II. Plum be and  children, McKee creek, wen: visitors  in Atlin for a couple of days during  the, week.  Mr. Chas. Oueen, who has   been  in camp on a business visit for   the  ,    past  ten weeks or so, left on Tuesday for Vancouver.  Mrs. T. H. Brown, wife of the  genial mate of the Scotia, and son  arrived from Victoria yesterday and  will spend a few months in town.  Gold Commissioner Fraser returned to town Tuesday morning  from a short visit to the Windy Arm  and Bennett sections of the district.  The Arctic Brotherhood invites  the many friends of F. H. Brackett  to a farewell dance which will be  given in that gentleman's Jionor at  the A. B. hall, Discovery!"on Monday evening, Jul}' and.  A Word on Good Living.���The  proprietor of the Royal Hotel Dining  Room makes a specialty of furnishing a first class meal at a moderate  charge.���E.J. Edwards is the Prop.  A good programme of sports has  been arranged for Dominion Day  celebration at Discovery ancl all who  attend are assured of a good time.  The events, which consist of a long  list of athletic contests, baseball aud  football games, tug-of-war, etc.,  will take place ou the Discovery  baseball grounds ou Monday, July  2nd, aud will commence sharp at  1 p.m.  Never lose sight of the fact that  I keep on hand at both my Atlin  aud Discovery stores complete stocks  of heavy and shelf hardware and  that all orders, whether large or  small, are attended to.���J.T. Regan.  The S. S. Princess Maj', of the  Canadian Pacific Railway Co.'s  Pacific ' fleet, has this week commenced her regular trips between  Vancouver and Skagway, and sailed  from the latter port at S p.m. on  Friday, 29th inst. Since being  taken off the Alaska route last fall  the interior of the Princess May has  been completely remodeled and rebuilt and all those who take passage  on her will find that everything has  been arranged for the convenience  of the traveller. For this company's  sailings cousnlt ad. ou page 4.  Stables & Lumsden carry a stock  of good groceries.  Wedding; -Bells.  TiNi-ciiAM - KmvARns-^-Ou   June  27th, at Sr. Andrew's church, Atliu,  B.   C,    by  the   Rev.   A. M. Ross,  Ralph  Daircll Tinkhani,   of Kirk-  wood,   Illinois,   to Hattie Josephine  Kdwards,"of Alliu, B. C.  , For some days the ladies of Atlin  have   beeu   very busy with   all the  accessories,   so dear to the feminine  heart,    of   a wedding.    Invitations  were  sent  out a week ago by Mrs.  Ttirnbull   for   the  wedding of her  daughter.    The great popularity of  the   bride   was   evidenced' by   the  hearty and spontaneous efforts   put  forth   by the   ladies of the town to  make the event a  notable  one.    A  committee undertook the decoration  ol lhe church, which was transformed for the occasion  hy the   effective  use   ol   wild   (lowers and draperies.  The  effect   produced   called    forth  many expressions bf approval.   The  church    was   filled   h}'   the   many  friends   of   the   family, comprising  amongst others -a large   representation from Discovery and the creeks.  At S o'clock Air. Tinkham?supported   by Mr.   Harry Boardman,' took  up their position before the altar to  await   the   bride.    Miss Edwards,  leaning   on   the   arm oi" Dr. H. E.  Young,    M.P. P.,   who    gave    her  away,    and   accompanied   by  Mrs.  Paul Eggcit, matron of  honor, and  Master Martin Phi in be  as page, en-,  tered   soon   after. <��� The simple but-  impressive ceremony was*conducted  by Rev.' A. M. Ross, aud at'its close  the happy couple moved down ' the  aisle.to the measure of the wedding  march, played by Mr? Lumsden.  We regret that our lady reporter  is absent from town for we:should  like very much to give a description  of the costumes, but are "afraid to  make any such rash venture. We  may be permitted, however, to use  a somewhat hackneyed phrase, but  in this case a very truthful one, that  the bride looked charming.  After the ceremony at the church  the bridal party drove to the home  of the bride's mother, where a reception was held. Mrs. Judge  Young ancl Mrs. J. A. Fraser presided at the tables and a very pleasant two hours were spent.  Following the reception, an informal dance was teuderedthe bridal  party at the Atlin Club. "  - .Mr. and Mrs. Tinkham left .for  the coast on Friday's boat and took  with them the sincere wishes of  everyone for their future.' Mrs.  Tinkham has been a resident of  Atlin for the past four years and the  esteem in which she has been held  was evidenced on Wednesday by  the large number of presents which  she received.  iii.' lltiilN o 1'  C��  Just  te  V  Onions,  1  Apples,  is��  ram g:es9  Lemons.  Ouk Gob "if-.���Always the Best.  Our Prtcics���Cash or- Credit --As Low as  the Lowest.  ��iw*jraii  5��  ��  atlin; b. c.  Brewers  of Lmger Beer   '&nd Porter*  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  THte'-KOOTENAY'' HOTEL  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  THE  DINING-ROOM   IS CONDUCTED ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  '     CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  DIXON   &.   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINtS, LIQUORS AND CIGAHS CASt GOODS A SI'tCIAW.  Heated   and   Lighted  By    its    Own     Plant  Fine   Sample    Rooms  For Commercial   IVlen  WHITE PASS HOTEL  P.   D.   McMILLAN,   Manager.  .. Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in Yukon..  Choice    Bar   Stock  Rates MODERATE  Canadian Pacific Rail way Company.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  Read  the  A.  ment on page 3.  T. Co.'s advertise-  Il's right.  Dominion  Day Sports  TO  UK   riEr,D  AT  MONDAY,   JULY 2, 1906  Princess   Beatrice,    JULY  Smiling Troin Skagway 8p.m.  '   ��� ���     Direct  to Vancouver  and Victoria.  Transporting hy rail or steamer lo Scuttle without extra cli��i***c  Wc give quick service.     No interniotliato cullt.  for rates or infoi-miitkin apply to  PL B. Dunn,  A-iccnt, Skti/jway.  A Large Shipment of  NOTICE.  All meinlioi-s of the Arctic llrntherlioort  are rertuesteil to attend, tint! the presence of  all his friends is Invited, at it farewell dance  on Monday evening, .July 2nd,' in the Arctic  Brotherhood Hull, Discovery, i��� honor of  I'ri.tlioi* l-\ H. Brnekett, who is leaving the  citnip for lifiwson.  AV. H. Tinkers,  Arctic liacordor.  BALL   GAMES  FOOT    RACES  INDIAN   RACES  JUMPING,   ETC.  To wind up with n Grand  TUG-OF-WAR  Spruce   Creek  vs. Discovery.  W. H- VlCKCTS, Scc.-Troimiror.  JUST   ARRIVED   AT  During   the   Season   I   Will   Hav��  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Arriving   EVERY  FRIDAY  zznijiiiiZXt&ii-r* '���*$* vi c��iV-*���*'  '?,cr-w.',?'.-"*'rvr^  ���S'^a^fvi^  B-gggg^^sre

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