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 >  V,  ,' ^X, Legislative ./��jv  1     *   .MAR'2 3 1908  LU  ^  ^gp*^ T&        ^*f   1!^*~"<S^  - g   ef a s�����  Jl3 M   r      J'.l       gp*  VOL   26.  ATLIN,   B.C.. SATURDAY,   MAi-tCII  :-5    inoS  NO. <]5t  >f  TELEGRAPHIC.  AuBudgct of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  \ r ,    ������ 7  [fll'BUlAli 10 J.HK Or.AlM.l  Special Telegrams to tlie Claim.  Mai*. 13th. 1908.  ��:  HINA will :  not Fight.  China backing down and  will" acceot demands.  The dangerous situation in'which  China found herself owing lo hei  .seizure of the faisu Maui",", is, relieved, owing to liei pacificatory  attitticle'towaids Japan     '    \  She is rearing in as good', order  as possible betoie ihe.iiim front dis-  played by the indignant Japanese.  Compromise after compromise has  been tried, only to be abandoned, and although she has been able  to sustain hVr.. chirm ���of justification  for the seizure, and the liability cf  the cargo lo confiscation, Undoes  not appear as 11 she will get any assurance from Japan that she will  'slop the impoiiation oi aims c>iid  .ammunition uno Chmese tenitory.  We leaui fiom Tokio that the  aggiiasive altitude taken by t'.-e  press and public alike'aganisl China  1-5 subsiding, and it is believed that  she will evciiluall) agree to the de-~  ma was of japan. v  miles of road, starting fiom Prinet  Iluperl and going eastwaid  1 The Railway Company appareul-  ly'iiitenci cairyiug oul then agreement with the. Provincial Govern7  menl to'slarl coiistiucuon, by "the  first ol June and continue without'a  break until the eastern boundaiy  of the Province"is reached.  Premier's  ���alih Mllng  ,   London :-  -Jt is eknecled thai on the  leturn  of the King a change will be   made  in the -Premiership    as The  Hon  Campbell .Bannerman's   health   is  fiihi.g fast.  r lie has not been well for some  timer but latterIyv he'has scarcely  been able lo attend the House. .  rol  ' *'- Ffeads  hoops1 ceased theii murderous woik  the above* numhci of men were  'ounJ lo be cithei hided or wounded.    ���   *  t T  In pursuance of the fiicndlv qol-  rcy which K.-ug Lei.-, aid has always  pursued towutds fiance, he has  now-LiiaugL-d foi an Official visit  of President Faineis to- London  next May.  The I'vo nations are on the best  of lei irs ai.d the Piesidcnl no doubt  will get a great reception.  Befidr jE&ifto -Decrease in  7Cqal   foysKics.7 <  lr' be sentence  jse,* Ottawa  'ihe lloir-W. S. Fulding, Minister of Finance he's announced that  tin. Budget will ne delivered next  Tuesday.  \iicSi  American fei May Visi  iiscoaver.  The City and Uiunicip uilies bor-  deiing on Billiard Inlet have decided to extend an   invitation to   the  American   Fl'.ei while they   aie  stationed on ..the   Pacific.  '  ?  P  9       1  S .   it   8  I  .Messrs Foley Bios., Larson and  Siuan were yesteisay awarded a  contract for the < o.-st. i.i't'ju of   100  1  Hfil  weAh"  'OVii.  ."-The last acl * has commenced of  the "shameful conspiiacy directed  against Messrs Moyei, Flay wood,  and PeLtibone.  Harry Orchaid, theself-coiifcssed  murdeier of former Govenor Stueu-  beig has at last been put upon his  titdl; he^pleaued guilty, and will be  sentenced next Wednesday iSlh.  Siici  -a  lurgdiar.  Victoria B.C. :-  Charles I'reeclnian,  a   ver>    well-  >  known spoilsman in the Coast  Cities, and who had lived iu the  Yukoirlor sometime, was shot, and  mstcinlij killed by a burgular, at  in- residence 111 this City  The shot gave the alarm, but the  ma.i succeeded iu esuaping aud is  still at large  Ti  The Hoops who were oidered to  [quique Chile opened fire with a  machine g.1.1 on the slnkeis at the  nitre beds mowing down 2500.  The men had attacked Ihe soldiers and there had been a desperate fight until the machine gun was  brought into action.  It was a tenible srghl to see the  liK-n'mowed down,    and when   the  Halifax K S.  :-  The'Miuistc*! of Finance  had  lo  make  knoni;  the first  deficit  for  1 ,  aeveral ytars-Avheu he brought   the  Financial ieti.1 us beiore the  Legislature.  lie attributes it to  the  decrease  iifcoaTroyafiTes.      - *- > -  a minei opening his lamp  to  light  Ins pipe.  THe    Stanley,- Cup.  Montieal :-  *>  'The Wanderers defeated lire Ma-  ole Leaf Club from Winnipeg iu  thefiist game of Hockey- for the  Stnnley Cup by 11 goals to 5.  Thc second game is to be- pla3*ed  tonight.       *  Things ^Bid  Its.  . ���Bj our Discovery C01 respondent.'  Convent- Destroyed  Dy   nre  Stirrin��'  Sce.iss but no  Casualties.  Cape St. Ignace :-  'Cre-it constzmalion was caused  here b\ the Convent ol ihe Siiteis  of Clij'Uv ^^".^-.v'he. Luckily  it was noticed iuo*l>.?ie to ��vain the  scnolars, ivlio-'il uunaged to effect  theii escapr  vvitliout injury.  The biiii'dhig was -.^.ed lo the  ground.  Cdllery ^m$  26 MINERS ENTOMBED, NO  KOPC OF RESCUE  Biimiiigham Eng   :-  The big Coi'ijiy .'t Hampstead  catigh'firc tin-, moining and was  soon a roaiing Lnnace.  Twcnij* six miners who were  working in the fniihesl galleries  were unable to reach the shaft and  are still enlcmned F.\e'i it able to  avoid thc dame*;, the*.*, must be suff  ocated and aV hope of lescuiug an}*  of them is abandoned.  The gases *\ hich Imvb been accu-  laulaliug in an old drive aie supposed to have become ignited through  The final single grimes for the  Eggeit Medals were played off last  Monday evening, in. which Phil.  Hampton won the gold, and Billy  Bock,the silver medal. ' ���   ���       >'   *~  s\     >,- ������ r -^ * *  >fJhil._Hamptou's learn  won., the  gold watch-charms, put up for com-  pc'.itiou by the Club,  and   William  Morrison's   teaai  ,won   the   agate  cliarj^ij.-    .. ,  W. Morri->oij, aud Tom Machcll  are the \vn ueis iu the points com-  1 elilion and will play the Atlii1 top-  noiciiers lor the possession of the  Ben/,ell Peart Cup.  Writer Sweet's team won oul on  the Voting Tiophy and will play  Gilmore for the famous Young  Mug.  The bachelors demonstrated their  ability last week,   when  they wo.i  four spoons from the  uiamed men.  We understand the men would like-  some more.  AB.   SOCIAL.  The last monthly social of the  season was held ia the A.B. Hall  on Tuesday evening, and was a decided success, carus, music and  dancing were the order of the even-  ing; Doc. Ilairioon and Mr. Sands  gave demonstration* ot metijLal lel-  epithy; while Billy Hadtion and  his table-tapping cl is, had the audience spell bound foi moie th-.ii  five minutes.  Cake, coffee and sandwiches (a la  Crow) weie seived at midnight,  and jollity reigned until 2 30 a.m.  when, with the drc- any music of  Welches Band floating on the morning air we turned uuwilLng loot-  stcp- homeward with v>ui hear! j full  of animosity and our heads full o^ -  girl!  Note.  We fe.tr our correspondent is on (lie  Concludes Pago 4  ���M  *, ->f  6  ,1  *,5  '     J  Xj  <.is  , If  V  M  -5 K  ft  li-.-  Mzzss.  imMSMmmmwimtia  m. -I   - 1  -  *   < c  y  ATLIN,    B. C,    SATURDAY,   MARCH 14, rgo8.-  Tlie AU111 Claim  /  TUB A rJLlN CLAIAl 0 punt ismcd cvrnr Saturday  monnmo.^ -hailed pnec to any PAttT of thc  world ton so cento pen month; %a oo rr*  TkAn. ADvenTisiNO hatcs * *i.oo rtr inch each  inatnTioNj readino fiOTicra. as cints a line  apecial nVTEfl   ON   application.   + &+   JOB PR1NT1NC1 :  BtLL-ntA>��, posTrns, viiitir* cards  LCTTKR-MKAO*, PROCRAMIIIIS,       ETC  ,  ETC.  c  ORDERS   PROMPTLY   EXECUTED,  PRICES   mODCRATC.  Th�� atms OiiAiM PtiDuaiiirTG Co., Ltd.  ' HUBERT   FAUIiKKEK.  MASAGJK j  El)I7 0It.  " -Another   ?.  Lease of Life  Our Motto is "BOOST"  Owing to the very -indifferent  support accorded to it, "The Claim"  has had to close down twice within  the past six months. It has again  started up, this time, with the determination of belonging to no political party, but, of being Independent.  In a small community like ours,  covering so large an area, it is very  difficult to obtain- the local news  which 'is of interest to our subscribers, and the ruining news, etc.,  which is looked  for  by  people  on  the outside who may think of cotn-  1  ing in here,or, of investing money,"  unless the residents of the district  co-operate with us.  It .should always be borne in  mind, that, a newspaper is the advertising medium between the district in which it is published and  the outside world, not only of the  merchants and store-keepers, but of  cvcijone in that district, who is  making a living there.  The object of this Paper will always be, to boo.sT; and, let no one  misunderstand our Motto, for by it  we intend to  convey,   thai,   unless  llieir ears long after they had left  us. ^Jt is not very'hard to surmise  the tenor of theii . report on this  lovely, and wealthy country of our's  to their friends ! "  For the good of the Camp, and  ot those in business here, we would  like to see a little more 'live' advertising done, and,' if times are bad,  we will always ti y to meet any eu-  tei prising business man in the way  of rates. Don't be a Micawber,  waiting for sometbing ' to turn up,  but wake up and let the outside  world know we have some live  business men here. '  At a much gi eater expense, we  have arranged for a better supply  of telegraphic news, aud it will be  our endeavour to keep you well up  to date with the important happenings on the outside, and. 'with a  little help fiom our subscrsbers, we  will try to accumulate sufficient ''of  the local events to interest and amuse our readers.  If our subscribers who have supported us in the past, will continue  to do so, and others, who have not  realized the worth of the local Sheet  will give it their consideration, - we  hope to stave off the evil day, when  another 'black eye' would -be given  to the Camp, if the only newspaper  in the District died for want of  suppoit.  - May this never happen; and if  the community pull together, remembering always, that the success  ol any unit, means increased prosperity to the whole, we shall have  rro fear for the future.  AHiii's only Rag-  ______  N.  C. WHEELING  I  Ift  ���I  Fresh Fruit, and Vegetables  Allways   on, hand ,  The Iross Biwre,  c  First Streets  &��3w^4��^tf^-tatfw*4,<(f'*-r^^  ftOKRAD, WAWRECKA,   MANAGER. *  Brew&rs  of L&g&ir Beer^ susss. Porter��  we have a good word to say con-  "cerning the properties, etc of the  District, we will say nothing; bin,  having found a good thing, we will  always endeavour to push it along.  Our columns will always be open,  and at the disposal of anyone having a public grievance to air, providing he can make good his statements, and is not afraid to sign his  name to any letter he may wish us  to publish. On the other hand, no  space can be spared by us for private  quarrels between individuals; there  ought to be plenty of room in these  unpopulated wilds for their settlement, without bringing them into  this Office.  As might be expected, from our  headline, we have no use for tlie  "knocker", and our policy will  always be to show him up, and not  spare him wherever founds��� we  would ask our readers to help us in  this. If these monotonous sounds  aie so aggravating to us, who have  lived amongst them so long that we  ought to be hardened, how much  more annoying they must be to the  stranger, and how many must have  been driven away by the continued  "knocking" which gieeted them on  laiidm    h.-re, and still   sounded  in  We respectfully beg to call attention to the duty of the citizens of  Atlin and Discovery to support  their single newspaper.  It costs something to publish even  this little folio to report the passing  events of the week; and, considering the great importance, almost  necessitj*. of adveitising aud imparting the news and knowledge of  the district abroad, it is indeed very  stiange that our worthy citizens  should need for a moment to TSe ie-  mhided iu the matter.  We are all well aware there is a  slight temporary tightness of money  in the Camp; yet, at the same time,  we cannot help recognising that  many people here in their business  and mining pursuits have made  handsome profits since the inception  of the Camp, and, we must consequently conclude that these same  people could'easily afford to contribute towards the support of their  local newspaper.  Fortunately, we are able gratefully to acknowledge that, some of  0111 more eutei prising citizens have  remained faithful to the cause of  pi ogress; but, undoubtedly, if we  lost theii valuable assistance, the  decease of the Claim would be  quickly chronicled. /  We hear various and peculiar reasons for not subscribing to 1 he  ���wlaim: a certain cla��s say, they  don't want a paper, for publicity is '  not sought by them, ��� whether  they fear publicity or not there is 1  no telling; others, complain that,  we do not   puulish   theii  THOSE WHO PURCHASE NORTHERN BREWING  CO. BEER IN PREFERENCE TO;BRANDS THAT',  ARE SHIPPED IN, ARE "HELPING' TO SUPPORT -  A HOME INSTITUTION AND 1i6m"e;LA'BOR.   '   s "  ,ASK FOR NORTHERN BREWING CO. BEEK, THE BEER  THAT IS BREWED IN ATLIN, B.,C.  1 SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  ^HE  8&PJS&9&  1*  "T  r  TEL  9^����������S^K9^��^0^��9��9s9������i  if^PA^M W*W>��'.��  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  -��**-  The Bar is supplied  with    none   but   the'best brands of Liquors  First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.'    ,  and Cigars.  ^r  <*#  &  5-s  ten  $  DIXON   &.   SGHULZ,   Proprietors.  I  FIHbT'CLAlbS   RESTAURANT  (HOICt',1 V.IM.S. LIVUOKS AMI U'jA'IS  IN   CONNECTION.  CAM GOODS A   SI'LUALlY.  Corner  Atlin. B. (..  earl i-ud First. Mreefs,  political   %44**w^'0**<!t444W*<*&<l&4*4 <4*mw*WHMf&MtW'#cf^^  "X"  ->i  ��� *^f, 01  7 ' >"-  * r  r *  " li  - &  ' *  <���&  <&/ V  jIi,l'\,    H   C  ATL'^IJA vT,  \(  < c  i!  Uh  viev*-,; ouic s, in.it, we give iio local  n; *vs, - o , no mining ii���ws .- oi,  no lv.ws voith icacliu<>   etc L**  ia<*t any stick ol excuse is found  Rood enough with which to beat  'the 'Hii��', and theieby, save a  trilling exp'-nse  Wc iv questionably agree that, in  these d.iys ol Jiupncial striirj-ency.  there exists occasional need for re-  tiencluiieiit; but, we alios-ether fail  to see the wisdom of adopting the  penny wise and pound , foolish policy, such as is indicated by whh-  holditag support lrom The Claim.  iu the in te. (.-.sis of the disttict we  would ratherr advocate the nioie  piolitable economy ot making the  hot o! (lungs as we find iheni; and  al��o of making known the trnex-  nygeratcd tiulh, thai, Tin-: men  JUlNKkA*.IZi;n ARKA OI' OU1*. C501.D-  I'tM.OS HAS HAR1.IA'   lllCEN    SCKAT-  cni-,u, and opportunities, as numerous as they arc varied, now await  the coming of prospectors, miners  and capitalists. ' ,  and ol the proposed Road. 10 C1 J-  cross, the " Dawson Ne^vs " .-aw-  ''The,Pro ncial Go^'cn nu rt ha-3  promised a^si-A-'irce, and it is hoped  that the Yukon Go\ernmeut will  attend to the Carcross end of it., as  it will .serve seveial valuable mining niopcrtie*- irr trial tcintory, v.nd  will pass through the lichest iiiiuer-  al belt in southern Yukon."  i <���>���*> o<s-o ? <"����� o jjovj* c-v-o-i- -.! f'0.':i-v o 'y&<i'V<fO&o<s c&ooi'-'&^tt&Q&'oJi��  ,'. -Ji  A -f3_r:?,-.  '& ne 'Atbsih mem m^rmi  \t><  ���e  "  Tht: horrible* tra��edy at Cle\e-  1 md, of which we gave a hurried  telegrphic.accounl in our last i-sne.  apivars to have been e\en worst:  , than at fiist re. orted. ""_.���  ' One hnnd-ocl and seventy fi\e  lit le childr.ju wei.'* simply roisted  ahvein the" lipjier room, 'of the  Schpol House.  llo'.v the fire orieinated, or-, win  i it���- ^  the ouh doors, b\ which the children might luuc escaped, were lock-"  ed, are still mj'Steriei, the clearing  up of which .will bring to light the  ciiininal negligence of so.ne person,  oi persons, foi whom we cannot  frame a lilting punishment. .  -The gallant action of the Janitor,  in this heartrending episode, in  which he lost his life while endeavouring to savers ime of the poor  little ones, was the only atte-mpt ���  so lar as we can learn ��� to' any  kind whatsoever thai was made to  -succir the unfottui ate children.  To Atr.ettd-  The Placer Act.  The Hon. Dr. Young has introduced an Act to amend the Placer  Mining Act, which provides that in  fi-ture, claims .shall be measured as  follows :-  In creek diggings a claim shall  be 250 Icel louj-, mtasi-red in the  d'lectiou of the general course of  the stream, and shall., extend in  width r000 feet, measured fiom the  general course of tlie -stfream 500 fi.  on euher side of the ceiitte thereof.  In bar diggii'ns, a chum s.iall be:  (a) A piece (-! laud .not exceeding  250 feet .':qiuue o;i any bar which is  covered at high water; or ���  (b) A stiip of land 250 feet long at  high-water mark, and in width, extending, lrom high-water mark to  extieme lorv-water mark.  In dry diggings, a claim shall be  250 feet square.  Prorogation of Ihc Provincial  House- expected at' anytime.  ���  It is easy to see by the following,  that'"The Empire' has J. U. back  home again !  It is expected the legislative as  senibly will adjourn" on, or about  March iSth, aftei having been in  session'forty-five dajs. It would  have been a good thing for the  people of the province-had Finance  Minister Tatlow brought in the Estimates and made his budget speech  ci the first d.t\ of'th'.* session, and  had the estimates'pissed on the  second dav. , The menibjr-* Wi-ukl  have then adjourned on t.ie third  day of iheir ow 1 au'ord. Had this  been done thc "pjopie would not  have got legislation aiding a tinpot  university, or'/inj^act tiT^is-w^th-  less i-i ,preventing Asiatic Cooiie  Laborers tru'ii landing r.t out ports,  or an act exempting railway- iron-,  taxation, or an aci incr. using the  salaries of members of. the legislature," or an ncfto-give the president  ** ^v -   ���' -*   ~  of the council another ministerial  clerk to be ele��'*-nated "minister of  public* works,", or an act' fo"'rcgu^  late the sale of proprietary- mede  cms, or an act regarding the ap^rov-  'al of ceiiietaiy sites.  But as thc people like to be lool-  ed'once a-year, the men they' select  to fooMhern do theii level best lo  make a good job of it and to do so  this 5ear will require forty-five days  for which they will be paid thirty  dollars per day.  "IHrasn   DTtESSED   M'EJATS  -ru.v. *r$tj<j*n.i**\ft iww-'t.niuMn' *��j~n*m*i >juwm.-c u.g��*3��accarAtajsanxtmmurm*ana��r.a-��Tas-r jaiawc,a**r**na  POULTRY OF  ALL KINDS, ON HAND, '  Iii  ���������������h.ikii k   liinr  n .m*^cxMrwmr*u**i#iv*rmjrmi**w?m  ������' - - -      *      L. S c h u I 2.  i  i|  if.  ���           ��k         ���  I- It) ��  i*vA      /*. ������      >%,       *s       A      M*  w*  ; -  CISCO VJERY   B.  O.  Jjlmcs  nuriisc  -- ' ll'  1  "*iV  The Sar Is Stocked rvilh Choice Goods      - - ^  ���** ( V- ���*       T ' t  1 I  lTii��jt Class Dining Room tu Connection.  HEAtlQUAri.SS FOR -tuXOK &. SciIUI(2 STAGE.  ���!i  Wiili.Tii BocKv     Proprietor..  First Class  The Road to Carcross.  Writing of Atliu's  development,  We Want  A Reliable Local Salesman  - for  Atlin  and adjoinin**; country -  to represent  CANADA'S GREATEST  NURSERiES.  (.S50 Acres )  Trees grown on limestone soil are  the light trees foi British' Columbia  plaining; much hardier aud longer  lived than Coast trees. We have  them the right size ami age   A permanent siiualion to- right-  parly. Territory reserved; pay  weekly. Free Outfit. Write for  particulars   ....  STONE & WELLINGTON * '  ,   Eonthill N111 series  (Licensed by B.C. Government)  Toronto Ontario.  o*     .  Prices  Moderate.-  I. 'E. BKOWN-.-&- G6.���-' - ���  $��ce*sx��rs tc 4. fi. Ri&her-'aan ,  1 ' JUST    ARSUWEl  I  ���MENS NECK WARE & CLOTHING, LATEST STYLE  HOOTS SHOES & RUBBERS.    LADIES SKIRTS,-  SHIRT-WAlbTS COLLARS ETC. LADIES WHITE  CAXVAS SHOES & TENUIS SHOES.  *:  Stores at atlin and discovery.  .}  zJroJv Prlmisssg ��3?ss,f GosssssserssiaS W��rk*  &,%r:��&!!! Posters tesSiH States si IBS $ Us & &  Executed Cheaply, Promptly and Satisfactorily.  THE CLAIM OFFICE.  St.  PATRICKS  DAV.  gind  KitttMaVitHimmtUBasltSOiHiAM VHmt��anmnitu ' Ci  ATLTN,    B.   C.      SATURDAY     MARCH 14, iqoS.  0 Local and General News. ,  The Temperatures for the  Week  Ending   March ' the   14'th 190S.  ,  max.  mm.  7U1  3.5-0  18.0  Sth  37-o  33-o    "~  9th  34-5  30.0  10th  30. o_  1 S.o  1 ith  i S.o  8.0  12H1  13th  S.o   -4  .._.,--. -4  -"-14  verge of collapse, but as the thermometer is likely to drop to 40 below within the next day or so, we  have hopes for his recovery.  'Ed.  Local and General News.  Latest i novels and magazines  arriving each mail at  . C. R. Bournes.  1 t* ���  Tete a tete breakfasts are fashionable amongst the nobility in one  of the residential   quarters   of   the  City.    The 'King' set the fashion.  .*  We hear that Pills, wont move  any more stanes out of the rings,  until he is told to.,  y  J��T* 6^* fffl ^F* t��T* ^P^ ^p��  DO NOT MISS'ST.'PATRICK'S  DAY CELEBRATION AT  THE GRAND HOTEL.  IT IS GOING TO BE A BIG  NIGHT  Several- of .Ihc Performers will  make their liist bow to an Atlin  audieuce on this  occasion.  jfi     j*     &     j&     &     jfi     j��  A new line of Photo Post Cards,  scenic, comic, otherwi.se, to suit  all tastes at  C.R. Bourne's  NOTICE.  Correspondence    must    reach?  ��tliis Office not later ihan middayf  Tuesday of each week, and short  Notices, not  later  than   Thuis-  day evenings.  Protect Your Myes !  Coloured snow glasses  50  cents  a pair at Bourne's.  Tuesday's Stage brought iu to  town Messrs. Alliott. McWah, Hall  aud Pollock. '  Wha's the matter with Pax', why  shouldn't he have a Silver Medal? '  Mr. Jim Thompson, who had a  very enjoyable time visiting some  old fi'iends last week, is on deck  again and operating at the old  stand. ' '  Fresh assortment Lowney's  creams aud chocolate ' nut's at  C. R. Bourne.  Ladders for hire at this Office for  window'cleaning ��� and other pur:  poses ! _  Edition deLuxe, Illustrated ���  '' Songs  of a Sourdough''  ��2.00 each at C.R.Bourne's.  The 'King' lrom.Spruce Creek,  and some of the Irish Nobility have  already started preperations for  honouring St. Pat. hi true Irish  fashion.      . , .*   --.  ( Of course the Brown Cup will go'  to Nat. Why shot-lb"'t it, if he wins  :l      ' ' -' V  it.  : Get a copy of the illustrated  e'diticn " Songs of a Sourdough '',  a few left at Bourne's.  -.HARD LUCK! BOYS.  Canadian .Pacific Railway Company.'  B. C.   COAST   SERVICE.  Princess '"May  Salllne from Slcngweiy 8 p.m.  Direct to Vancouver - aud Victoria.  Transporting hy rail or steamer to Seattle wlt'io.ut. extra clmrare  STOP-OVERS   AVOWED.       '- '      '  Tickets to any part of tlie world.  1 ' For rates or liiformatlo  .".applyto F.'F. W. Lowle,  Airent, Skagway*  ���J<L  .'.  ��� ������������������������� -��-���-���- ������������������� ><t>  USE OUR .ADVERTISING-  . COLUMNS1...    X, '  -��������-  Placing before the public  the many - advantages of  the district is the object of  9f  Ask at your Library for  " 'The Love Story   of Giraldus."  A Romance of the Twelfth Century  BY  Alice Cunnmghame.  We were verj* sorry to hear of  hear of Fred Overlander and Paul  Kruger being burut-out, on Spruce  .Creek. I  They lost everything, but on such'  occasions, it is not so much-the actual value of the things lost, as that  many of theru cau never be replac.  ed.  It speaks well for the proficiency  of the Spruce Creek fire depart:  merit that Mr. and Mrs Otto Miller did not lose their home.  WANTED!  Responsible party to act as sole  agent for patented article of  merit  exclusive territory to right party.  -.Address :���  . W. L. H. ���  106 Clark St.  Portland, Me.  U.S.A. ���������  BARBER SHOP.  J. W. THOMPSON, Prop.    ���  FIRST-CLASS SERVICE ONLY  This cannot be success-  fully accomplished with-  out the generous support of  the business  people and  the residents.  ���-  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  Drnamer**'  ��rjj-rf^��t=i-j  WltY SEND OUT  WHEN   YOU CAS  GET GOODS AS CIIEAI' HE1IE '.  Atlin,'Nugejet and   Grape   Rings ami nil Minis of  Jewelry manu  factiu-ed on tho promises. ���       ,  Kino  N'-w Stock  <>r   Watches,   Clocks,  Jewelry   im-l   Diamonds  Watches from ��5.00 up. Aironts for Columbia Gramophones.  .'"'V  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoon  CC    StINj    ATLIN  AND  DISCOVKRY,  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwcrs  A  X<ti  '' '���'-.I-;  C"t,*  '��'. 'to  . /  -M  Safety  D��po��it Vault*

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