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 ���"''���'7-i?-'"���.;'���   Lvjtkvic-iiv'O -/j"<sv.' '-;^'i.'"."  .:.; . u;v, ���������'..-  ,;;..f;. ,."y; y  r-\.,;. ...-' /,>"   v  ^7  m ���-:.. ;������ //M'-^^^--f' 7;-!k^ ,.>..  ;��(.-. ! :..������: -..--KM     .....       c-yt  7-:     ��� 7*-"   P--'     ft <$  a.;  ,'jf-: .s-tj ';;.;-.; ;^,  ,Y.*Art*Y-V  "i'-V  VOL.726.  ; ATLIN,/B. C., : SATH-K-DAV;.;. 'MA R CH-6:  i-.9��7-'  N":G-Y.fO.I:  g^i^^  ���vA; Budget of Interestirig. News  7: - - :Frora -Many 'Quarters. 7:7  7 yy  '..; [si-KijiAi-/'0���"'riii'.-.oiiAiii.l  .  .7   Victoria77Mai'.YVi^  /eia.ldip'ise,:ppcu&f  Live y:USu:iI-y iiiipressivcv''i'ere'ni6ni6s;.i  ''lMie^s6cialistic7;niciul.)ers7reihai.iied���  : seated-when (.ahe^ lieutenant.cgoy.ern"  ~6.t*-|/a7tei;��^  7Ha\\ahonithwaii'e ' says/- the   Slight  . wasMntenfional and   that The social -  ist; members,, do uqiYproposetorc-.  :-cOgi)ixe;1wh-ii7i.l.iey7::terin7the .mum-  7meriesM6f parliain'e;utv iVii'cV adds- that.  they:  .wilL not//rise -ait -saving.-of  prayers.; "7.77' y7 7;' >-',y- 7///!':/ ;���'.'."  .7:-7Tiie!'e'''\\ic..re'si.v^  7 lire's 7lonnall\//Y placed./lit-fore /ti^  7asseinbly7-one o!7wbicli'. providesdor  -a ciecrensteot taxiitioirthe'eslimated  /total- of Y:w!iic.h.7\vill - be 7$; 25,000.;  ������ ;AnollierYpr"byidesY loi-7lhe.epl!ectioir  /of/special/license/fees  of $200 per  annum frouueaeh/iravellerirepreseniv  /ing..either/a"cigar orYliquoi/hquse  Y'ou'side/tiic; province7and" another'is  -!,foriY4he^=lieeuSiugY;:ufY.traders/,and  oihers-.defined ���oi'its'ide,,pf' municipal-:  ities., 'The .schedule/under thedal-  !, ter measure '���'prescribes some ofJ the  '.';-follo'',viiig'--*.^li'al^-year.!y.,7ta,ilfl7-^F9'n  billiard and pool : tables ^$5;- tor  . dance 'halls  5100;/' Iqr/relail/iner-  cliauts;'6'r:--'uaders-$5"; for livery: $16;  for bnn'kcis $400 aimually and $ 106  ' for each; agency. -/;:.; /;vy        ,,.,- .:'-,:;-  - y Mark Eaglespn/ the'liberal,nieuv-  ber lorT.illooet, who, it was iho'ughi  /'might resign; has taken his seal.   7  ' AViiinipeg;.;-Mar.' 15'���'���������.FI'e.nf-y.-.Y.'Vn'-.  derson,: rt7biunei:i: clci-kYitKlhe Bank1  ���of i'" n'g.lhud -.' .-������was/-;iirrested - ncnr |!)p'-;  minion .City, charged with ,the;:thelt  pl/'^5,OGp.7/.7  Y;Y/7YY.YY/rY.:/:/:';;-7/Y.;{,  ' The/revised y elections give . the  cjonsefvalives-27 seats/and I hcliber-  a J s/ ''iY.' sea) s, ��� /!/G il be f t?/. I' la in s "an d  Ginili elections are;;yefto''bcdield."/'';  7 AVallace;/Idaho7^^  ; Ada hi777 11 ie:���-'-'ai 1 egeVl?" iii lii'derer{ 6f  Gpvenior Stuh.eubei-g7; qt. this, state;  I ia s ���/) >ec .1 i.~7d i sc 1 i a rg ecl7 7/71/lie: j u r-y  luiiig-'six .-.t'6;. six and: lailed 10.reach  _, -   , ,  r   ,0 /   .;      ���.:'.--.',���..��� ;    - -' " ���  a verdict. /;// ���y:-7;:;777.7' '/ .:���':'}������! 7������'���'  //Sofia, Alai-7,i5:--M/:Petkofi77the;  premier and Yuiiiiislei of tlie:;iuierior,  ���'liasv"-b'e'e'h::'--'ii'ss'assina'ted1 /^ikIyM.  li.Yi:     ...!.���-���   .  _:-.���;....-���.'. ���-    Y.....Y...  :   :.     ;.,../..  ^G ye 1 nadieff,y'" 11 i,e'������ 7mi 11istety 61' com-  ;uveree;Y-.vouuded.. ^. y.,/,,.:.../. ���.',-. /.-'/,/  x'��� Portland;7:Mar. : 15..���Onless ihey  ,get7a;Uweiity-rive;, .'cent :'���;increase ��� in  ;\vages"and:-tu7eight-hqur'day-granl-  ied themv the/mili/workers threaten  :'tp'"Xie inp;^  ���tlie Avesl.T'-'���')���:'��� V..u..; ���-��� :'���:��� ":���.-, y .���; ::'<;:>.^.y.y,��� ��� ���  ��� y Ton!,o 1 i,:U^!ar7/i^TtT^110.1:'1"'' laP."  :palling uiarihe/- caltiSlrqphy/lias jiisf;  occtirred.Y this;;;iine Yin7the;Freiic!i;.  Mia\-yV;causiug-av\vhplesale,slaughteiY  oi/Zlives/ 7:Y'Fi;bm v so hie . cause/ at  pi'esen'l unknown, thc /.'magazine on  tlie'Fr'eiich.batlleslii]) leua exploded  :wreakingYtheivessel..badK"; and, kill-  iug:,30O of;her crew. A -nutuber-of  people/who were - on the. pier 10  ���\vhicii-the vessel-/'.was-.-tied up, were  killed and ��� maiiy wounded, from  exploding shells., >���        -,  Seattle,' Alar. : 1.5.���The"-volcano,  on Ihe island of��� Akutana, near un;-  alaskii, was in active eruiiliou'.on  ���February, _-:*i:'d.   7;    7  ���':.-. .   ��� .'   ���  Si. Pelcrsbu:"!  iar.  ' 1 s.���-There  '-l-'itl'sburg  >.ia:;.  15.    rjohiistown,  .Fiiidiey,'.' ���Pittsburg; and a number  of/u'Vier lo\vi):- i:;r the district, arc  e:-:;'ei-ie;���.'���.'.:ug'.'i he"worst! floods" in the  hisiu'ry of Iiie������conntry. The rivers  coniir.'ue..'.o. 1 ise and the.people were  forced lo live in the 'second stories^  iof their-dwellings'. Nine ueojile su  ���"far have'lost ilu-ir lives.:  Despatches'iVoiu Tokio slate that  the Great Norlhern : steamship Dakota w:is   wrecked   on   Sunday  the  3rd, olT.Stigiiini.   -S!ie struck, a rock  1  ���are. millions of peasants in'the   Mas-  an   distiict   starving -tofdeath:yvS"  av.'-i'tilr is the staleof their hunger  XX\ uiisery/that the,;youug female.  Children are being   sold,-���-������killed and  eaten, - to   sustain   life and, appease  liie   pangs   and    torture's   of death  ���by starvation and cold.   ���-..'' .  Ottawa. Mar. 15.--The Doininioii  returns lor eight months show an  increase of revenue of over eight  niilliou, as compared with the same  period last year.      , y      J when, running   at   full   speeu,. ana,  Vancouver, Alar, 15.--AH ihej at 'once began taking water; .shortly  drag stoics in town were -closed last j (1ftei -.van:.' the .su-rn sunk beneath  Sunday fearing prosecution under,! Uie waves. fhedistu-ss of ihe big  the Lord's   Day   Observance  Acl it [steamer had bc-n bhsei ved and   lier  :-,. Local and -General'^ews.:,',';  .'7 -A rra h - no w'll on' 1 be lo rgvtlj ii'.'; St.  ���Patrick's concert on. Ihe/iSth,//, /:���  /YMrs.7FYil''/AUl!er, pf/L)isGpveryv-  paid'Atlin a visit .last .Thursday. YYy  // Mi-s.;'Toui: Mitchell: ;lias:-r.e't,un'ied-:  to Atliiv a.fterra;shprt;ho!iday;:inptq.  Skagwuy.Y. /.:--....;,;.;.-;-���-?.;> //.-.y.  ��� yy yy"  y; Mrs:. J.;H: Black/of iBptilder,: who  \vas''Yath��i;/.M  iiow on- the road to speedy recpyery.;  7.;:Miss Morrison,7pf A7'anc6uyer,Yar-  riveci in Atlin: last Tliursday;,to  take a7pokitioh 011" the nursihg/staff  of theSt;- A hdrew!s hospital/   :/7.  ��� vMrsZ-v J.'.'/A; -Fraser, : Master Clar-  piicejindjMiss 'Tassie' are spendiiig-  tii'e';\veek7dsiiiiig: M'rs^Hi/P. Pearse  at::her-iPine.Creek.;:hoiue:..:7,//(;..///.  ::;::Mr. vWiiljam-YGui rn-s7: ^arrived ~iu  town,o ver; theiFa ii t ai 1 /ea r-ly/,iii: ��� the  Aveek.;/ He gained 20, pounds -, cli'ir--  ing: his absence!and7is.ipbkihg'line:,  /TVIi-.ZCharles GairiiSYis/niiproving  rapidly a 1 KV:is,up7uid -about aiidYas  merry"/as;'calidieS:.7y1'-7/-:7/^::'r:':::? -': ������- ���  XSiy- .Chaides/Parke,:/of /Birch, ar-  rived 7in YAtlin' Thursday;-'afte,rii'oou-.T  He hasvbeen  out 'yisiliiig'.'.-at--- Victoria,. -Vancouver and the vSound.  '       ���  /.The papers Ybelow, predict!;an:in-  iluxoi 5oo,ooO-7hoia7seekers; to the  Coast during,1907, -Most of these  wiil bring lnoney to   invest and will  come.to stay. The!outlook Tor.the  Coast and the/ North were never so  blight. ���//'' -    : ,''��� ���''������'  . Ave regret very "much having to,  draw attention to the advertise-  iiieiii of the Canadian Bank of Commerce. ;7-7.Tlie--lpcai.'iuaiiager;7Mr..-J..'  -A. 'Smith,-' received word Thursday  hist,ihat this, branch is to be closed  o.ithe 1.5th of.A'i'iril next.! . ...���������!  ./['he:, latest..: criminal ,monstrosity  in the "Fast-is a boy often, -.who can  open intricate -'.combination" locks  with ii-'hairoiu with' aiiuudng dex-  leriiy. .'In the presence of a -uum-  l>er of detectives -and experts he  opened.a-uuinber of sales and laid  ���bare the contents'.".. Nothing baffles  him, by intuition he seems'to know  the coinbiiialion. of all locks.  juveniles Play Hockey.  :A;/B^ Social Evening-.  .    On Tnesday -evening, last^it l-Hs-!  co very tlie'. Arctic ���i'h"pllierlipod.;'g.ave''.  ih'e;.;fi'rst- 6f:'-:tiieir';.:'-s'ocial;ev-ehj.iV'gs;!lo.-.-.;  the .ladies and. 'friends-'of. the. so.ci'ety,/'.  ! /After !tlie regular .btisiuessmeet- -  ing of the lodge   the entertaiiimenl; .  cbmmitteeiiacPeveryl-liingY in Yeadi-y  uess ibrdhevreceptjqii/'bf theguests���'..  'ah'dvthe'/fiin .began'./at!S:3q!;o'.clock.Y  it/was7/ah7-iii fbrmalY: evening Yahd :���  -whisty'solp-and : games-were-'indiilg- 7  edYni;.danciug7prbved7-attra"ctive^  some,  the' orchestra Turnishiug en-/;  trancing ���������music.   : Songs' by Brothers --;���'  'bick;'aYi'^  b)7'"Bt"'6'th'er'''-Foley ��� :wefe- inuch !ap--���'.  preciate.d.Y Stipper,:.was served iabput 7  midiiigldYfaiid!;'the;;merrinient!,!c67i!-  tinued afterxvardsv /.,.',,!..; / 7;;;!  '/������ Ai'etic;Chief Mobley aucLBrother /.  W7 7Lv. . ;Haddon7!make/Zsple'hdkl/  hosts/  -"Thev: ladiesYpresent--.were: !  Mrs. 7j'7/^oxboi;6ugh,:;/Mrs.7-P./I,.7  .Fggert,7Mrs: J.-.A'.yEraser,-;Mrs./H.1:  !p,/Peafse7,!Mrs. ;F. LE., Mobley, -Mrs 7"  P.  ;G-:.:, Andersou, 7Mrs: ,J.Y;Kolcd, :���  Miss ��� AgnesyAnderson/ Miss Jessie:;  Ahderspn 'aiid"Miss,May/Kofod; 7  7 The  Arctic   Brotherhood iiiteiiclsV-..  ito^coii tiii lie the" month ly'social eveii-7  ings. during, the 'balance' of. the"win- '���'.  ter at least." . y    i.^:,.<    ���. :.;.- .;i7.../..:���/,/���  pa:'isengt  by   the  they sob.l   any   drugs.     The   action  was   strongly   condemned    by   the  doctors. ''J'iu: Dai;ula sailed  lioin Seattle  10r  Chicavo',:    Mar. .15, ��� Alexander' "1:- <-)riv��t <>�����   Feb;uary ijlh.   with.  Dowie. who claimed to   be   "Klijah j 94 p:ts::engeiM and y.ooo tons.    She  rial coil'last I '������'   a   sislei   shin   lo the Aliii.nesola.  s  and crew   we;e ie-.;.'.-.e!  iapauese   ship .O.iiiiiuura  II,'  100k  ins moil  length   and   ha-, ing a carrying  cap  Saturday,   at   Zion City, and  went  home.     N'o eharioi.  Paris,   Mar. 15.'���'I'he,. strike   of  the electricians   which   plunged,ihe  city   into   darkness   lor   two nights, |   ���     ,   .         ^^  e..ded iu a vi::lory lor tiie striker.s.   | ~"7h'e miserly   man  ���i-  They iwo being the lan-e.-d ships on  the  acitic   ocean   b-.-iug C'30 feel  in  ng a carryiuj  he Dakota  acily   ol   20,000 tons,  is a total loss.  L'heinainus, Mar.   15. - -Th'.  ]<eu.. i refuses U  lend us a lew  'I'he 'wee laddies' of Discovery  a.;--' .uliu struggled ��� for��� :%upreiiiacy-  mi the! Atlin rink la:-l Saturday  al'tei ii'Oon. Oinioud RiU'ke played  goal for Atlin -and 'Billy' Haddon  did likewise lor Disco\'ev. "this  g,;ve the li-:ld to tlie boys, and the  gaine was a iively and exciting one.  \\ hc-n time was called neither side  had scoicd. An extra ien minutes  was played, with ��� like result. Following were the players. Discovery:  \Y.  Iladdon,   C   ''-r.; ..-,   li.   Bruce,  is the one who! ]-i. Mobley  w ��� dollars.  1  am  1 lived at  Piiltnan's:--fresh ! K< rl'.e,  isville hotel aud several-i-lher buini-j     Just an  destroyed      by  ���' lire I battel',   eggs,   lemons, oranges   and ' I'las-.-r,  imrs  were  R, :     rough,   Clyd'.:  I    Car!     Anneisou.      Aih'n:   (.).  I i,   bi.iser,    L.   l-'MSer,    A.  !.. '..iasieil, A. I'u.rie and i i.  recently.  ; apple  Li  .'-���-.  ������ >';���"  ;���   '���/QHll!jU;?V  ''��� .'���������:"���'  The'-following'-inatclies iiave beeii  played duriug;th.e/p'ast7weelc:. ";'./  /Fr-asei'-SniithTI'rophy./  / Fiuabof the lirstrouiid.   ���-..--.'���'-'.'  Mar. 7.���Fetherstonhaugh. 9;., Sin-  , clair .8.;    '.. ���'������.-���'.,--          7"--: 7  Mar. "9.-.���-���Sinclair"'.13; Fraser/: 2.  Mar. . 11.���-Wheeling! 14; '���'���'Fether-  s.tonhaugh,4.  Second Round:!  Marcli 7-i 2th.-----Fetherstonhaugh :g;  ]  Smith, y.    -;  ;        -7.-7:-'-������::'.������.��� -:-  .Mar. 13.-���Sincbiir ,12; '..Fraser. ,11.,  Hampton-Dui'ie Trophy. -  The first match in t'nis competition will.be played on Atlin rink 011  Saturday afternoon between teams  representing Atlin and Discovery  rinks.-.----. ��� .   '������.���'.���'������  Eg'gert Trophy. ���.  The   first  match  in t'nis cotniieli-  tion   will   be   played on   Discovery  rink   on   the   251'd, luiween    teams'  representing' Alii'u   and    Discovery  i rinks.  ; 'I'he paragraph in last wee!;7s issue legartling ihe 'Brown Trophy  ; was, by mistake, p!ace-l uiider the  heading ���Ross Tropliy7 Thai was  .the final game and (he cup goes to  : the Discovery u-am.  Get On The Lisi.  I 'I'he Court of 'Kc\ isi-m cf ibe  Vuters' List for the Atlin i-'.i-. . inral  Disuict, as   a/r. e: l,is;-d   in iii/- \i. 1.,'.  ��� (.'ur/eite, will"!).-' held on the sixth  day of May, ! .;o-;. I ��� e l(-t i;i  /Mini ciu-es 011 111-.- .:;;;,ii oi M.uch.  it o.-hoo-. i.'S all :iio.-:e who ar..- not  -iii  the list to    ii.. .      l/i-.'ll   -..i;u   -i   -ut  I oil same   iiiiuiedialelv. _,       "'. ATLIN,   B. C,    SATURDAY, MARCH 16.    1907  in uaiin.  1 lib A I LIN CLAIM ig pun 1.1 she 11 rvcnv '.at uno^Y  MOtlNING.       IVTAII.TD     Fni:C    TO     ANY     PA UT   OT   THE  wonLO ran on ccntg plii month ; t.��j.oo ccp  yrr.n. ADVcnTiaiNo tiATnc : *i.oo pun men each  iNtir mtion'; ncnDlNG riorlccs. yc cents a line.  nrrci/^L hates   on   application.   ,  Y.".. ������'."!"        ���   ,'.'.'.  .   "    , .'    ->��*---���;���; :      '������:������  /..7/,7//:.!OR:i*['IN'l"!NCi:      -./.'' 77; '  ���ILL-HtADS, POSTEHS. Y      VISITINO    CAnDS,  LETTItn.HEADS, PROGRAMMES,,     CTCi.   ETC,  '    .'  OriDEnsHriOIVlPTI.Y    EXECUTED.     ,-  Y YPHICES    MODEI1ATE.      ,  ; Thb At'IjIH Claim Puiir.isinNfrGo., l.rn.  W." Por.rjAim.   Guant.    ISiu'toii-ManaiIkii.  By "Acclamation.  .    Nomination   day  came and went  -���without--any;. other-.;,result...than-the  endorsation  ::of: ! Dfl    Young    by  ���������:'��� ": ���'���: '��� .'.:,;.'    ,  '���     '"���'���..'������ - "':'"   ��� ���   ���'  acclamation. ' It 'is well it were so.  There ..was  a .'dealbf:rumor in the  7  '-       -  '���: '       -/"-'.:���/   " ' ���    ���- ' ��� ' . .   r,  , air   and : talk   on .the street's and in  /.quiet.,., places about determined opposition,- but, '.we  have: ho doubt,  '���������'.���-   ��� ' ;      '77 '.-'������' ���'���"  wiser counsels./prevailed, 'with! the  . above result. y.y/7''7.::;  ;.:There:is:not .tiiuch to be.said ex-  ceptthat it/..was' the only open /and  ���-sensible'/course  to  pursue. ���.-../���Even  had a man  been! found  in the district to oppose the Doctor, and even  ! ���-with: the! wildest stretch of imagination���rhad .he . .beateii him, /there  is such ..an  bv^erwheiihiiig majority:  'in the  House  no  perceptible hurt  could .. be .dohe-.the   Conservative  party.      Aiid,.   as   is   but   human,  when the needs of this constituency  were placed/"'before the House by a  member/, of   the    opposition,   they  would hardly, we think, receive the  same  consideration   as if presented  by our present representative.    And  small blame to them.    If the people  of  Atlin   had  done; 'anything  else  than what   they did do they- would  deserve most any treatment.  "���", I-Ioweyer, it is over,   and  it  now  remains for all to help and assist our  ���member, as much asT possible in carrying   out   the work for which, he  was elected. ��� ' - ���'.  ;'  Fraudulent   Mine   Promotion.  The-American'Mining- Congress,  ���a'very powerful and well-organized  society in the United States, is getting after the 'wild-calter' and  fraudulent mine-promoter iu strong  nicv.suresand they are calling .011 the  newspapers of" the country lo help  stamp out the evil.  The same thing applies this side  of .the line. We have the 'expert'  and the 'promoter' pest with lis just  the same as other countries. Tlie  bona-lide men will not leel aggrieved at this -statement. They know,  heller ihan most, how the bogus  man damns the country aud makes  all the harder the way of the legitimate Individual.  We quote a part of a letter sent  to the press.  trial system of one of its greatest  evils, i. e., that of' fraudulent mine  promotion."  "Needless for us to say that the  press of the country has long, been  'knocking' tlie wild-cat mine pro-  motor, but it seems almost useless  as his .'pull' ���, directly! or indirectly  with -the politicians and others who  have the power to shield him, gives  ,lb the'Shrewd! promoted! Confidence  in his���game."; To attain success in  its,campaign, the i.Ahiericau Mining  Congress has .sent a personal coin,  municatioh to ! the governors - and  other stale legislators: urging- them  to approve pf the bill for a.federal  department of mining."--.- Iii the,; bill  approved and 'recommended for enactment.at the'��� recent session of'the  Mining. Congress in Denver-it is,  stated tliat "the co'-operatibn, of our  government., witlr /the. YAmefican;  miner, through a/-'department ,-of  mining, will "give an/additional and  conclusive:proof that. American industrial progress can be , most"per-,  -���-���' y o Y'        -      '-. ���-��� ������ ���'���-���'���- ������: '���. y.���-������ ������-.  manently advanced."  The magnitude of the mining industryin thet United States ds away.,  above and beyond what the average  man Avould. surmise// /.The total  value, of the mineral /and metal, production of the United .States in 1906  was $1,912,491,572.7    ' .!  Canadians! Justikeep your hands  on the- arms of your chairs and  think out quietly the possibilities  of our own country. We have a  milling area equally as large as the  United States, and the industry is  yet' in its youthful stage.; What  will, the future show when these  mountains -and streams yield up to  the energetic the enormous wealth  which they are known to contain.  Gold is wealth, wealth is power.  Having one we will have the other,  and, rightly used," Canada is destined to be one of the great nations of  the earth.  ,  Here, in our far-away corner, we  must not get despondent or discour-,  aged. We are on the eve of a  change, and one that must be for  the better. The drought has lasted  some time/but a good   harvest is in  store for those who have waited.  ... -<^>��-  -���-.  The trustees of St. Andrew's hospital desire to thankfully acknowledge" receipt from Major C. W. A.  Neville of $12.50, being his half-  yearly donation to said institution.  Many thanks, Major.  Two large gold nuggets weighing  37;" and 967 ounces were discovered  at Poseidon, Riich, near Taraguella,  Melbourne, on   December iSth last.  yias��  a       -  I/  In tlie Iron Store formerly  occupied by Stables &Lumsden.  My Goods are all Fresh -and,   77 7.7.7.;'- ;7-7'-":-::">'-',  of the best quality/   Prices    7:'������''     ���'.:'- 7'/!\V.y'������'������  moderate.!- '"'/.���''"-'",'/" ' "'"7:7-'!7!7//""//"//i-"'"/.:".'  >��e,X-'-::^  % Sreiiiii^i^pi-ficl;!  rKONKAD7WAWKECKA,   MAt"AGKU.  ' Brewers Aof; Larger  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS; PROMPTLY FiLLEIJ.  F  ^wi*!*-.-^  &���.�����&��&**?'.&.��1**>.8>-J*.  The/ Bar -is supplied.7 with ;Yifohe -but/the/;best:;brands of/Liquors/  and .-Clears'. ���-..-First-class "Billiard /and Pool Tables.  DIXON   &/SCHULZ,   Proprietors.      7  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND'CIGARS: CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  IRON   PIPING,   STEEL   AND   BAR IRON,'  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE. :-"-"  STORK!"  IN   A'rr.IN  AND  DlSCOVl'l'Y.  'I'he pearl is caused by something  that an oyster cannot cough up.  it is often bought by something  that a'lobster coughs up.'  *fe  JOB PRINTING AND COMMERCIAL WORK.  CARDS, POSTERS AND HAND BILLS ���*.''���'.*  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  . . . THE CLAIM OFFICE.  ��cm:iQrA��o.&<iva��cmy*r.wQ*fJ*^^^  The Atlin .Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH  DRESSED   MEATS,   also  "'I'he co-operation ol   lire press is j     The   latest   magazines  al   C.   R.  desired in an effort to'rid our iudus-] Bourne's.  POULTRY  OF  ALL  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKERv   Mana  er. ft  ATLIN,   B.  C\,   SATURDAY,    .MARCH   16,    1907  CORRESPONDENCE.  We do not hold ourselves iespons-  ible for the opinions expressed by  our correspondents.  '   PARASITES.  To the Ediloi:---  Sir. ��� It , is somewhat puerile to  suppose that 'parasites'---as you  bluntly term ihein���-can be exterminated by'the drastic measures you  suggest in your last issue, besides,  in these enlightened days; it is impossible to iulcrlere with ihe liberties of the free-born subjects, how-  evci insignificant they may appear.  And, in this country of all others,  where Jack is as good as his master  mid 'something' better! you surely  cannot question the rights of people  to live just as ihcy please, whether  they labor or not, or indulge in  throwing dice, or grafting, or-rapacious trade, 'or money-grubbing?  Why, Sir, you would turn the constitution of this noble province upside-down and in-side-out, and  make a terrible mess of things!  Does not all modern Socialistic philosophy point to the wisdom of tending and helping indolent people iu  consideration of their being less  harmful citizens, than some of their  busy���yet more mischievous neighbors?  'Jerry Jingle.'  'Nohall',  Nowhere, B. C. ���  Chance led to the discovery of a  remedy which will cause burns to  cease from being painful and also  causes injured flesh to heal speedily:  Dr. Thierry, a Pans physician, was  in the habit of using picric acid as  an anti-sceptic, so that his hands  were impregnated with the solution.  He dropped a lighted match on his  hand but fell no pain. A short  time after he accidentally dropped a  piece,of burning sealing wax on his  hand and though it burned the skin  he fell no pain. He began-experi-  menls in healing burns with a saturated solution of picric acid. All  pain instantly ceased, no blisters  formed and a cure was affected in  four or five days. Don't forget  this.  The Week, a Victoria publication  cf good, common sense and judgment, predicts a great future for the  Hon. Richard McBride.  Mr. McBride is still a young man  on the sunny side of forly. He has  taken a firm stand against the exorbitant demands of railway corporations. His attitude 011 the "better  terms" is well known and received  the'-approval of an--overwhelming'  majority of the-'people of the province.  Disintegration of the liberal government is already beginning to  show at Ottawa. When the final  moment arrives it will demand a  man, the man of proved capacity,  of energy, and of personal magnetism. Mr. Borden possesses these  qualifications only in a minor  degree, and 110 man in the party  possesses all of them lo the same  extent as Mr. McBride. The Week  pi edicts that the Hon. McBride will  be Premier of Canada in less than  ten \ears, and   possibly within five.  Fresh  line ol staple groceries on  hand at li. L. Pillman's.  A soft boiled egg contains more  energy than a pound of steak.' A  soft spoiled egg .contains energy  enough lo clear a stage.  A man   who   puts   off   generally  gets put off.  1  ��� No man is- s'o   rich be can afford  to loose a friend7  Think straight and you will nol  go crooked.  ���   Any fish can swim  down  stream  but it takes a'live one to swim up.  The moment a man is satisfied  with himself everybody else is dissatisfied .with him.  now to .siicuRi-: mci.i'.  h'ai mcrs, contractors, nianufac-,  liners, and all employers of labor  desiring married or single men, will  do well 10 apply at once to Major  C. W. Creightom Salvation Army  Immigration Department, 439 Harris Street,- Vancouver, B. C, or  Rupert Street,-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.  NOTICE.  NOTIGI-; IS IIERI'HY GIVEN Hint, application will he made lo this Legislative Assembly of "lit Province of Hi-itish Columbia, nt  its next, session, for mi net to umem! the  I'ituiik', Nvji-ilicru .iinl Oniinneu Railway.  Act, 1901). being (14 Victoria, chapter !i0 oT the  statutes of the Province of Hi-itish Colmn-  bin, by irivinu; the Company power to construct, ciiuip, operate tti-.il maintain a line of  railway ulso from tlie junction of the Slcecna  and Copper rivers, or the vicinity thereof, in  Const District, to the junction of the Hulk-  ley mid Telkwu rivers, or the vicinity thereof, in Const District, mid to amend the  I'acilic, Northern and Ominoua Hailway Act,  Amendment Act, 19(13, being- II Edward VII,  chapter 10 of the statutes of thc Province of  British Columbia, by extending tho time for  the completion of Hie work of construction  of the line of railway, us limited by section 2  of the said Act, until the Slst day of August,  1010.  Dated at Victoria, H. C, this -"'.Mi day of  February, A.I)., 1907.  riOlNVI'U, s l.AWSON,  Solicitors for the applicants,    mltitapllll.  Hampton   &.   Durie, Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPEN  DAY  AND NIGHT.  First-class Restaurant iu connection  lluiuhjiini-tcrs  for Dixon's statre.  TO CONSUMPTIVES.  'I'he undersigned having been restored lo health by simple means,  after suffering for several years with  a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease Consumption, -.is  anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure.  To those who desire it, he will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  copy of the prescription used, which  they will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catakkh, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  M'aladiics. He hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the prescription, which will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will  please address  Rev. Edward A. Wilson,  Brooklyn, N.Y.  y      tff*      ��6&      iff*      t��T*      t��p*~      z��r*  BCTaasraCTmraMamnasawura^^  s. rr  THE ATLIN- TRADING  CO., LD.   "^   FULL LINES OF  Flour,   Meats,   Hay  and  Oats,   -  Dry, Goods, Clothing,   Boots, Shoes,  Furniture, Crockery and Glassware,  Carpets,   Oilcloth  and  Linoleums.  THE BEST CASH. PRICES  nsr ti-tje District  w  rnaniemai mm  WHY  SHNIl  OUT WHEN   YOU CAN  GET GOODS  AS OI1EA1'  HENE .'  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Ring��: und. all kinds of Jewelry maun  faetured on tlie premises.  Fine New Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Diamonds  Watches from -55.00 up. Audits for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  j     ATTAIN   AND  DISCOVERY,  safety Deposit vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwclrs.  K��  They   are   Waiting   for   You!  argams  IN  Gargets! and. [House Furnishings.  FULL    LINE    OF ��� BOOTS    and   vSHOKS,  ,      also    GOLD   SEAL    HIP    GUM    BOOTS.  ^ Atlin and  JPQty   Discovery, B. C.  Successors-to J. H. Richardson. <  k  of  The Atlin Branch of this Bank will'be closed on  April 15, and all deposits uiulniwn at that dale wiil be  transferred to the Skagway Branch.  Customers  are  requested  to  close their accounts and  withdraw   documents and   valuables left for safe keeping  or   escrow.  ATI.ix,  B. C\,  March   14th,   1907. J.  A,'SMITH. iMamiyw ;A:TLIN, ;7BV(:C. 7; SATURDAY/..: MARCH /1671907.
.'■1ST, M lii'i'ix,':; t;i(Vii<"li uk Ur.'i.ii.ANi'i.- ;
t'uml.'iy. tiwirnuj;:,"- .servh:;'.-. fire rendcre'l al
II it'clurU.. !\Vi'ii.' (.'. '.-"■,■'! I III liorn. ln.V reiuh'r.
.I'l.'iiHii'V'i i:i!l.\x ('.iintcii..,.' ■.■"-'■
.S-unlay ino.rniieT servicer 11 nY'liu-h .-: Sunday .srjiool   at   Ti.if''.     I'veiiin^r  service* ".'.III.
/ll'tei-noon,  service   at   Discovery;     Sunday
's.-i.oiil at 7 '■'.''. "     .•7  .'■'■'.' --. ■'.- '■.'■■
,Recepliod.;and Presentation,
lowship the Yvoni'eu's A'uxilUary of
said Ch ufch beg ..'of':you to,, accept
this dinnerservice which is presented witli; th'c,. best: wishes .of', tlie .donors for long life and happiness .and
the libpe that' you may ilubibe from
it lor inanyr.;a day' and '■ year to come
not only, the- itisp/iralio.ii produced
by the cup that' cheers l.mt does not
inebriate but that 'warmei7 higher
and;:holiei';.iiispirati6h:'.thatisborir
of good .deeds clone and 61', hearty;
good .will aiid sympathy/from those
with/ and , for whom you 'labor in
and Tor Hit. interests ■ and. cause ;ol
lfninanily-aud ol .Ch'rislY   y
7 .17 Jl.'Mobley,   p». -behalf of the
Discoveryy: church 7 members--aiid
friends, presented:a diandsomeseuof
carvers   and   a; set of fruit knives,
y~". pair - of- spoons: -were
on-the -table';' froni;; Mrs. .Geo./Sin-.
clair.     A very :,pretty little   incident
[occurred: when, Mrs. YPoelker'prer
peo7A. Jones !Se,iled'Mrs;. Ross^ with ^bouquet.of
•'.'..'; It was a biiylil aiul clieerful gath-
^ering; that, assembled 7i,t theYPresby>
.:.-. teria.u church last Hriday evening to
bid welcome;, to ,;the Rev7Ross:" as'ul,
, .bride1;.v  D7H7.' McDonald   presided
."■.- and'iiiade a: good  ciiairni:i:i:7 The
7 'following enjoyable programme was
7-given.:..-.- ..,;   ...--y-.- ■';-.   ■  .■
■Selection'by the orchestra.: .;;
'Sleighing Song.: . •■-■■•': By. the-Children
/Recitation '.',-   -.-/. -,' John Turnbiill
7"Song' y 7;-7-   -cMargaretlMcDpuakh A 7-claint
-;'Our Minister's Sermon'   :---':-;
■'-■(, -7'■.- ■■[■-■ ■'■- 7- /By-Allan Fraser
: .Selection by the orchestra, y
-...Recitation    -'■,' -"7;
Jbll}-Little Clacher'; Tlie Childreni-\<-H"iLe->iVviabi'i'itlis'
Can adian, Eacific Railway Gom|)an5r.
•aMuwuus
*v?suwattr*i2KM<?>{WMUa*£^f crcawu u* wj.-.xiinotacBX'- rw iz*xx2to**rwrtz \ : * «n gammr
■-,.,; '. .ALASKA    ROUTE   SAi LINGS. .
Y Steamer  Beatrice   sails  Marcli: iQtti.;
7 '  Steamer  Amu r  sails ■/March;: 26th. 7
'77' '■' '■•• 7 7'Sailing ri-oni Skagway 8p.m'. ■.-.■■■;:■•-.. :7._
'7 :7;': //Direct/ to Vancouver and: /Victoria". "   / 7 '777/■'
.':'. :'.'.r rn nsiiiir tiny li.v rail or steamerto Sea It lo without. oNlrn ulinrt;e. .'
We K'ivo.Uiiiek service.:     N'o, iiitoi-niiMlliiln calls.       . ". TT   .  .~I~)'.     TS      "7.7-'
-'-... I'ot- rates or., information appIy:fo  -. X..L.  , JL).     X--' LI LI 11.. 7 '  '
■■•"■'.. ■  7y:::.7.. .  :"-Y:.- :-Y   -.     ■ '.     y7 ;   ,-  '    ■-'" A«ont, SIcaKiviiy.
'Lady'Clare'
.MaudHaslell!.
Refreshments   were Alien   served
7; and   a;  -very     enjoyable     evening
'See tlie Merry School. Boys     -
: '-7/. Tramp'- ,-<:-..:-.]■ By./the. Boys, jbrought, t0 7a: close.    -, Branigan's
:Y,77SelectiohYby the.orchestra.: :^:.!;bai|d^
■A  Smack.,i'liYScliopl';.:y:-...-.' y-.y- ''-' '   '': ' ' '7": -"J ;' - ^y---   :_==__t;'\":\
.7,7- Y'7 '"•:'- //-.: .Leonard Haslell i.
lWhat; Game's-Best'^or i'lay-
/;: jug' //-      -,/7/// TiieChiklren
, i.    Lowney's Eresh Chocolates $1.00
.■! perib.,/at/C.R... Bourne's. '•'"'"_.  7
vSelection by:the. orchestra.;
iVIcDonald's   Grocerv  /makes  a
J. A; Eraser then, ^witliv.appropri-       - './,.■.■■■'"■   r-"r   7 7 7-:1   :■■,.'-., ■■ ■■' . .■..-."'
■ 7 •.:■■,     ...:.   .....   . ' -       ..,:'''     7 .».: .specialty, of., Iresh eggs, and   butter.
ate liitrbduclion, read    v Y'J-r'7 . 7~■:■'"--7..-.-  ■■'^•-■■y-/:    .'.':'■—
<^V-*-«^-#-»-4-*r#~»-*-«•-♦-♦-♦-♦-♦-»-*-♦-•<•-♦ -♦-♦^l3^«-*-»-*-<
►■♦■» ♦ ♦ * » ♦-♦-»-»-»-»-»-»<3>
i''\''^T?-:-P;''l^
'.■.\'"-JCiIi
7/ ADDRESS.70E:'',Wii.LC.OMjE.;7
To the^/Re7"ere7idAlexaiicier'M:7aiid
;:.M.rs..,Ross: 7/ / ..-./
Reveiend Sir and Madam. . 7 ■
The   members  and   adherents of
. St. A mlrew's Presbyteria-.i Church
iii id .Sun d a y School and ot tier ! fiends
iu Atlin desire-to extend to yoii ai-d
your wife; a cordial" greeting and
welcome.     ' -     y:
We welcome, you, Sir, back to
your labors.-.with the .hope and bev
lief that your visit lo former friends
iind scenes 'may have done you good
and1, nerved   you   for   the   strenous
'■work always and everywhere awaiting :!!:<! iuviiin;.'. earnest attention
and pevU;: uuuiee.-of.. and by. all
ChiViiians but', particularly of and
l>y': lhose w.lio make, choice of your
noble and devoted ca.iling.
V\7' also heartily congratulate you
Upon.the happy aud successful culmination' of the immediate, ami
most important, object ■ and purpose
of \ ourvisit to the home of your
\ onth and upon your wise and lel-
it'it.ious choice of an help-meet ami
we trust the years may be many in
which you, will   be   impelled to de
r AIL INTO' LODGE
''■."7'7'A".">"ra,"-"AvWiT"--;--
No. 42,. (J. li. !t..'Q. - 7
Jieirnlai-   cuinmnnica7
lions  liekl  on   tlie' jirst
Tliursda.v of each month
in  the  A. O. U."\V. Hall,
-   *■■' Third Street. .
Visitinjr i.iretliren cordiallv inviteil. -   ;,
■:xkr
'yXX\
17"     BARBER SHOP.
J.  W. THOMl'SOK,  JIANAGKK.
BATHS  FIFTY 'CUNTS:
I'rlvr.U!'-liiiti'iinco for Lailies.
iiig'ricst  Prices Paid  For   Furs i
iciri ^before the 'public::
:. ''••:■ . Y ■,■.'.-.'--'!-.'.:■ -   ■■■•■:.■■'• O '■.-'.: :'-.'...-"'.■.'■',   ■■ l- ■■ . :-'■'-■ :■:■.    .'
;'///; 7"///'thev::.: rnaiiy/7:a.d.Yantages:YGff;Xi/-■-:'
/ :'   .■'■■: thedistriet is theobieet^p
■''■■,./. ■' ; '•'■''- 7 **■'-" 7.
ifei-.rsl   .1^1 IIill
XJxyuxs^xJK\r:x ' :
tieprosonting" Joseph Ullniari,' H. Y.
Will'itiiiki! Ilujfiilai-'Trips
to Atlin 10"liny l-'urs.
nil
'I':- your csliiuab!': wife   w«i desire
lo extend a warm   and .hearty   wcl-
Sy.-iopsi-; of Ciiiiiidicin 'llomustcud  Rcguioiians.
/\ XV nviiiliililu Dominion l.an-.l.s wiiliin
.X"A_ the Kuihvay licit in lii-itlsli (Joliiinhin.
inny he ' lioiiiusteaded h.v any pi-rson vvlio it!
lliu Mil.-- heail of a rmnily.oi- any mule over IS
years nf iiKC, to the extunl of oiu'-qimrler
I svel'uiti of Ki'.l ai.-ri'S nioi'i.- or h.'ss. ;
clare, with the wise men of old, and !    |,:",,'-v ""'^i"-' !I»"!'" i»-i-ioiiailyai 'in- toi-.-i!
{ land olliee lot-Ihc ilisti-irt in  wliieli  tlielnnd
with ever incieasing  lervor   that "a I ■„,^itmiti.'.
prudent    Wife    is    li-UU    ihe    Lord," i    'n"!  '""n.'Ntemler  is  r...,.iiri'd  lo'....|'l".,rm
■■ ■ ■ Mini  ui'ii'.liliuiis   eoniii-i-tcd   Iherew il ii   iiiiiIim-
and   that    "wliOMii ,jindeth   a   .vile I olll, „;■ th:-foilo\vin»' plans:
lllld'-lll  a   "O -d  illill"   '" I     "'  '^' h-asl si.\ nninths' l-i-iidenec ii|idii and
! ciiltiviilion of the land in oiieli year Tor tlii-i-o
, ,\i'iii-.-,.
I    (-) 1.1' the father (or mo I her, if I lie In the r is-
I dret'i'.x'-'dl of the luinii'stniidiii' resides u| u
l-iillle U) Olll'    OWtl    tOWIl and district | rami   in   ilm v'n.-inily of tlielnnd i-nlei-eil for,
unci  siuceicly   hope   and trust that j"';/ ;;«'i"i':''«»«;«"''.»« '•• .'^nr™ m'y,!m
1 ! -ntislliMl hy sni'li   iiei-siiii  resiniiifi-   with   the
she' imiv never .have  cause to regret | iaiher -ir niotin-r.
coming to Atlin but.   that her iiiter-' It:"'lt ,ho T""- '"7 ^ 1":l'm;l,;""7l'"':i*
n | dein-i-   iiiioii  liirmin^-  land nv.'iieil  hyhitniii
course    and   association    witii   the! tin- viv-i.-.ii.-i- «.r his humi-^ii-iid, tin- rrcniiiv-
people    Of    this     CiUlgregalLm   !,,w,, 7^-n--   as  to   i-e,i,h-,,,e   may he  sali,li,-,l   l,y
'       l n     .-> i :'■■.lui-iH-,- -llioii tun said l;unl.
aild district  may he   .-•nell as will ia- ;    sis   numtlis' noliee  in  writing shniilil   he
duce and leave'only pleasurable re- I ^^■■•»t..ii..:u........Nri....v.-i.riio1,.iI,i.,,,i,,„,u
J   l ai < ill awn nl intention to aniil.v lor puteiit.
collections when or if iu the fuliie.-.s ■'   Ctmt i.uni.s mtiy ho|itii-.-hitM..>iiut->innoi-nei-o
of lime she may  be  disposed or by   ■;'^'^i;--»'''«»'l«'»r'''-»''f,'.'-'«-;^ ^'».,ry
J      him  '.\±» ai-i'i.'s  cm lie nc'iiiii-ud hy nun imli-
fol'Ce Ol eilCUIUSlanceS or inclination j vidual  or i-onipnny.    iwoyallynl. tin- rule of
to remove  to  some other sphere of If1""' w"1* X l""ut ~X' ,[""""** «hM l"'""1-
1 h-i-.tnd mi timi,'i'iiss mil put.
labor and usefulness.
'.!.'. *.'•- '7 ' .'     ■:■'"■       ''.:        ■.   :   .     •'. ::-:    .
This cannot be  suceess-7
/ .     fully /accomplished with-
'      out the genei-pus support of;
the7, business  people and
the residents.
• D<t'0'*-'0<-
»'i>0-' . .
SENI) US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
.$-*-♦ -<r-*~*»-♦-*•♦-♦ •♦•♦•♦-♦-♦-♦-♦.♦-♦^•♦-» ♦ ■$)^-♦•♦•»-♦-♦-♦-♦•♦ ♦•♦-»-■♦ ♦-♦-♦-♦-♦-♦•♦^-♦-♦-••-♦^l
Pine tree Mtl
ED.   SANDS,    Pi-oprietor.
-\ Siiictiy   First-Class   Hotel.
And nowi-as a tungible  token of
e:.'.».iJ.U
..n'.l
w.w.(joi:y,
l)ii|iiily of tint Miiii-ter ol the liitei-ioi'
>.".11.  -Unanl lioi-iy.ed ;in 111ii■:11 i11;i of thisnil-
vi'Vt.U':t'.i'ja'. will uat liu iiuid il'ii-. js-l-'i'.ii
Only tlie Choicest Wines,
I,iquors and   Cigars used.
DISCOVERY, B. C.
Atlin View
Letterheads
We still have a few
pads left. The only
Letter Paper to use
when you are writing to your friends in
the East.p
To be had at The Claim office.

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