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 H  ^::xmsT.t^sm^  ^���t^x^x^:,m^ -.-   -  :X&X'XMI^:lH^^x-XX:lj  f7 mwrx  J14wfM   T  fik'iv-w ���"-5r^,:;7"--  VOL.726.  ATLIN,,/B;/'C.,7 SATURDAY,   ,'mAR'GH 2, ,.1^07.;  39.9  ^EnEGRSFHIC.  A Budget of i:Interestihg' ;News  7; From Many ^Quarters 7' :  '���.:" ;'���:'..'*.��� ���������������".-.   ".���"���'.! ���'.���7?---.V:;Yr ���.���������--.��� ;���.-���.  '������'-:. '"-/.''������:-    YtMI'KOIAIi TO TMI'i'-OI.A IAi:i  ..7'..7-  ^.-Poi'tiaji^  r,7Cltib;liere Ini-v adopted' yu'i-y s'troi.ig  ��� resolution SY-condciuni ng77: District  7;Altbriie}'7jerbnie's'haiidliiig,of;Mrs7  ��� .Thaw-..    ;/:..-���,... ;y"-_:.,. .,v-,. :. ,.,':,. ;Y.' yd; :..-  ,; ���-.;��� ���; -��� "New; Yo r k;~. M ar 71.���-J'e ro mc 116 w  -seems 7of think Thawinsane and .he  ;will very probably move   for a coiri-  / mission in hiiiacy.; '7      '77:777  :'y7  ..' MontreaL-Mar. ./r:.���-It; 'is 7more  ..thaiHlikel)'7tliat;;;legisl;itioii.,'will be  .introduced "with the vie w;bf exempt-  7ing ,the -province ;;of /Quebec//from';  ���/the Sunday law. ...77;-;7-y-;.:-y;: ;���  7.-'7.::yancouver,v.Mar. u-���The Lord's  7 Day. y Act7 comes/in7 '.td.'hl.drce '7'on-.  '.March ist7 Y-The'-Seattle newspap-;  , ers will not be allowed.to be sold on  7the streets here, 7r TheNews.rAdver-  Y.tiser .will probably be published 011  y Monday.; instead ;pTSui'day7 as?liere-  7tofore7 y-;.7.y y'yyy;. :��� 7yS-7.'7- ;y., 7--  ----- ������* y j g, , -n a-"~Ma r7/1/���The'"' A us tr ia ri  / steamer.-Imperatrix was"\yrecked off  the Island : 06^ Crete. .'She carried  1S0 passengers; and a crew of 30,  ...most of whom were lost.    :-7    ���    ���'���������-'.'  : 7 Ghicago,Y^Mar.7iY~-The $i75;bbo  stolen from the sub-treasury in this  city is supposed to have been the  work of some of- the employees./ Up  to the present no clue  has been dis-  / closed.'      ":  '; '7-'''  : Montreal, Mar. 1.���-The Ploclie-  laga Protestant School .was destroyed by fire a few days- ago. Sixteen  children 'ranging from, six to leu  ; years .of . age,. and ./Miss Maxwell,; a  . teacher,.perished by suffo.calion or  were burned to death.  Vancouver, Mar.7r -.--On good  authority it is stated that Premier  McBride takes the position of Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works.  W. R. Ross, of .Fer'nie, is to be  Minister of Mines; and Dr. H. E.  Young, of Atlin, to be Provincial  Secretary. R. G. Tatlow, sticks to  his old billet. Minister of Finance;  while F. J. Fulton.will be Attorney-  General.  Private advices say that Ralph  Smith will ������ lie appointed to the  Commissioiiship of the Yukon.  W. W. B. Mcluncs will, it is said,  be in the field at the bye-election  for Nanaimo cotistilulency for the  Federal house.  London, Mar. 1.���The Rotterdam mail steamer Berlin," carrying  745 passengers and crew, was  wrecked off the Hook of Holland  traffic gate. She broke iu two.  Eleven of the passengers and crew  were rescued after clinging to the  wreck for 36 hours, in a tempestuous sea.  Vancouver, Mar. 1.���Five of the  offices and one vault iu the Fairfield  Bu i Id iit g we re -e 11 tered - by. ;i gii i i g o (  burglars, who .secured - considerable  'booty.^YiNo-trace.of/llieiiiaiplO: the  present; 7    / :/'/y'7 --'���'���'/. ; :;7/ ;'",. ;,77,^!  7 :Victbria7;;ftfa1v^./^  fiiially7decided7 that:".Premier McBride- -will/ircfain the Victoria -seat.  -W.;Maiison, -..brother :.qf -'the..defeated.'  candidate"for.Albei'iii,..;\vilj 'b'e''jioin-7  inated to. represent the,eouservalives  bf Dcwd Vie y77- 77 ,.7 7 7 77 y. y'77 7V7  '"-���-V.ati'c'oii'v'er, -Mar.: 1.���Thepublic  school; ;yteachers7 .salariesYY-have;  been'increased -fifteen'.'-thousand dollars. The.increase has,been caused'  by the, ]arge:'number ���of './-teachers  being added .to the -5taff7';7:--^7-77.:-7-;  :!YYQuebec,77Mar.;-7;j.--The:7 Daily  Telegraph newspaper was destroyed  :by fire;a; day or -so/ago. : The loss  will-'be .i-iii -.the 7 -neighbor hc6d/7;of  :$lbo,o6p.7.     ;Y-7:   ��� .-,:.-. .7,.i 7 "-7  7YRittsbu'rg) 7.Pa.���The Ghicago ,&  Ne;w;Y6rk:;fast7 train ; was wrecked-  near Jphnstbwn,7Pa7.'.'���. Four Piill-  man cars; felPpver' the;;embankment  Ioy the. :river.7: Fifty-four -persons  'were' injured. "7";7S..-77 ~fy-'.  7'7'';y  ;-7-Gi'ty:YO'f'7Mexico,^7Mar77i'.-:^Wa'r  clouds/ *ife7rhahgiug'TDver"Central  America.- ;Y;Hondiiras,;has declared  war 7.with,Y Nicaragua. . Gfticials in  high - places-, say. the y upheaval "is  most' formidable. .-The whole of  Central America is- very liable to be  drawn into the affair.  Local land General/News^  Buried Under a Snow-slide.  Alex. Ross, of Spruce creek,'��� h'acl  an experience last week "that lie  will not likely . fprget,.7and he is a  very lucky man to be walking about  today, sound in wind and limb: ���'���'...":  ,'-.-Between.;.two and three o'clock in  the afteruooiihe 'had/ occasion to go  up the hill777Wheii:aboiit half \vay  up ,h e noticed /tlie snow abb <*'e moving and before he could get out of  the way the slide came down,  sweeping him off his feet and carrying him to the bottom ol the hill.  He lost consciousness and remained  so for hours. On. coming too he  had a'feeling of oppressive weight  upon him.y For a few moments he  hardly realized what had happened  or where he was. When the sit'ii:--  lion did dawn upon him lie began  to struggle about and claw and  scrape away the snow. He was  tightly packed in audit took quite  a time to wriggle loose enough for  elbow room lo work. Finally, after  what seemed hours, he managed to  burrow up and out of the snow,  which must have been at least seven feet over him. Weak and exhausted he managed to stagger to  his cabin, when he discovered, to  his surprise, that it was past midnight. I-Iis partners, who were in  a neighboring cabin, did! not miss  him, and it, was only iu the morning, when they called to know why  he had iiol turned up. at the usual  hour, that they learned of the accident and his wonderful escape.  ;-Joe Tallmire is- laid 'up in the hospital- ;/.-with7 rheumatism..7 Charley  GkiVe:ac'co'ihpaniecl.,hini:in,.-fro.ni:.lbe  -Teepee. ^-A^y.-'^XXX-.i^X^^'X^  7 Jpbnst6ii;AVoods7:Georg;e Shirley  aiVd .'-FEiibei't . McKee : were   passen-  ���7   ���.:."."'.   ������ .,-.",":' -     ���'-"i!' ���.  .        "(>" ���' 7"'-*' "���   ���.-/'-.-���-  gers on theincomiiig stage/the early  part/of /the.-vy6ekv:7;7;.-7 v;7:/.; 7 -7.7  ;/A/Di"^/H,'B. -Camerphr-ieaves/lbrYtlie  outside,Yoii a'leave of .'absence,/-! Sat-  :.rir'da"y-.pi'/SiiiidayiL-./.V::';.7/-.ltf7'^.--: /: ;.7/y 7:.  .".; Jack: Cartmer assumed his duties  at the/govern merit "office Friday,/as  clerk iu/the/Miniug' Recorder's department.; 7 yy//' 7 / 7;7;7 y; /yy//  y Sheriff'John' Shirley ,7'whpr was  laid^.up'/for'" a - few/days witlvla  grippe, is/but again .attending to  business./// ' -.-' -7' :77'->- /':.; :::7:::' /.//'.:..:  '��� ������-. S.'\H'.-..PIumbe, M rs: Pjumbe and  the .1 i111 e;/ones . ret.urued to McKee  creek the first-of the-week7. :.v7    ./  y TheY'pliblic School ...started : fr.o.iii"  the/first of the month .on die; su m-  merYSchedule.-7/Frbm./9/a/,'m./to/i2;  aricl-from>i ;tb:3>3Q;p./m.-7iY/:/7;:7'7;  - V The;' hall :cbuitnittee. has'-- been  .vei--3'-busy Yduring--the-week/getting  things into shape for the St. PatT  'rick's concert, and dance. The  stage is- up7*i'id;//isi a credit; to .the.  builders. /-The; programme is being  gotten into shape and everything,  indicates a good performance. :"���" -  .... Frritik Wallace, who took Dan  Claclier's place on the mail, is in  the;iiospital \yit.h a frozen foot. , On  the- trip, out, while trying to get  over 7 a bad spot, Frank broke  through the.. tpp/,ice,. ,/. His - snow-  shoes caught in the, ice:and he had  to'cut the .tie-strings in. order to free  himself. ���-"' The doctor hopes . to  avoid;.. amputation, though \ it .may_.  be necessary- to cut. off, one. of the  toes. ,' .  -fifiS&l!.ii.o r-V-  The--:-l''-:-ViG.toria:7:--Daily  ;������  Eulo-yises. Erovihcial: 7- 1  ;''.-..-'i;.y:.'y?- -,  .��� -', >;' y,.^..--. ...,  7-y-;77;7-SsGreta'*y;. y7V-7v7;;77y  Strongly Recommendsp  i7'iid;:Ret ur n ;The/ Doctor, By.-_���.--'  !r:/X<X: y;Acclamation. - / 7/-.,.7-,  ���".."XX. ,'Gurlit'g:..���."'./������'  ; The   following  games have been  played during,the-week':  THE BROWN TROPHY.  Wed. zo��� Fetherstonhaugh it;  Fraser 7.  Friday 22���Fetherstonhaugh r 1;  Fraser. 9.   .'  The last game decided the team  to play Discovery. The first round  in . the finals, takes place on the  Atliii rink, Saturday, at 1.36; Gilmore vs. Fetherstouliaugh.  . THE ROSS TROPHY.  Smith 8; Dowling 7. '  .Second Round.  Cummings, J. 10; Young t.  Vickers o; Cumniiugs, G. S. S.  Haslett 7; Bragg 6.  Digot (by default); Ivggert ���.  THE FRASER-SMITH  TROPHIES.  26th.���Fraser 10; Fetherstonhaugh  8-  271I1.���Sinclair  13; Smith 7.  28th.���Fraser 12;  Wheeling 9.  Hampton & Dnric, of Discovery,  have put up a handsome trophy, to  be competed for' by Atliii and Discovers' rinks.  Both '���/���^Parties Y;HigHty"/PicasecI:  7. -j-1 /PremierYMcBrideYS/7/7:,./  ,-7;,/; :;-,,7 7Selection. -77:7.7 .Y:7',-:.7  7^The Victoria.DailiYTimes ;of Fe'b-'  'ruary; 27th,' says:.' / 7- ..-;  :;7D.i".---.-.Yo.uiig','7tlie representatiye;of:;  Atliiu'rir the/; provincial legislature;-,;  has : been /selected by; Premier McBride ; to ' be coin e a' tii euiber.7o f 'his  cabi iiet/77'Th;ef)qctor: \yill:,be'giyen  tlie portfolio;.of Miriister/, of Ecluca-/  tion-'andYEroyincial-Seci^taxy^Y-Tl^h?.:  aunouncement  of this.will coiiieias-  a surprise./to./most/ pf these /who,  outside "of ' the", '."goveriiineut/.: but'  claiming to/have special knowledge  of: the  Premier's Y.iutentioiiSj-- have  been active ev.er-since election /day,  in   distributing   portfolios.   : /Whatever the views'of,the. supporters of  tlie government may .be���and there  may   possibly  be  some   such  who  do not regard the,appointment with  favor-���there  can   be. 110   .question  that Premier   McBride   has made a  wiseifsomewhat/unexpected choke.  Dr/ 'Youiig7 is, beyond question,  one of the very able men / in the  new House. He sat 'in the legislature but one term, but during that,  short time lie has; given- substantial  proof of excellent capacity as a. legislator. As a debater -he. has displayed a faculty of gelling, without  unnecessary -.'circumlocution,, at the  root fundamentals, of dissecting  specious arguments, aud of shaping  legislation. In committee, whether  as chairman or mere private member, thc Doctor has proved himself  sufficiently independent ol" paityism  lo do valued work" for the piovincc.  The new minister ought to prove.  a.tower of strength to the govern-.  ment as Minister of Kducation, a  department that has suffered-in the  past for lack of a capable hand. At  the same lime it is just a question  whether political expediency had  not a great deal to do i,n influencing  thc Premier to promote Dr. Young  to the position lie now oo-iq-ies,  and, we believe, will n-.l.-in." ATLIN,    B. C,  i SATURDAY,    MARCH 2,    1907  The Atlin Claim.  TM13 ATLIN CLAIM is punLisHnu cvrnv r.ftTUnDAY  MOMNINC.       MAILHD    FIICC    TO    ANV    PART   OT  THC  world   Fon   00'  cents   pen   month:   ts.oo.rcn  VCMI,       ADVEnllSIMQ IIATCS:   SI,00 PEP. INCH EACH  I  '.;iscnTioN; nnADmr. noticcs. ac cents a lini:.  hPCCIAL   HATES    ON    APPLICATION.   ����,*   JOIJ PRINTING :  I LI." It CADS. POSTdflD. VISITING   CAIIDS,  LCTTEn-HEADS, l*E10C~|ftAM M ES,        ETC.,   ETC  ORDEHS'   RPOMPTLV    EXECUTED.  PniCES   MODEMATE. r  The Ati.ts Ci.mm Puhuisiiino Co., l/ru.  W."    POTjI'jAIII).     GrllANT.      I'l)ITOH-M AN AGIUI.  The District Honored.  Dr. PL E. Young, member for  the Atlin district, was, Wednesday  last, sworn in as Provincial Secretary, in the cabinet of the McBride  administration.  This is an honor conferred on the  district and also an honor to that  gentleman who has so ably and  efficiently represented us in the  House during the last session. The  Doctor will be a strong man in the  cabinet. His thorough knowledge  of the affairs of state is well known.  With such associates as McBride,  Ross, Fulton and Tatlow ive rest  assured that the affairs of state  will be conducted in a thoroughly business-like manner. The  rights of the banner province of the  west will be looked after aud the  interests of every individual within  its boundaries guarded and protected ,  Our member, the Hon. H. E.  Young, will appeal to the district  Tor re-election. There is only one  sensible course to pursue. And  that is���elect him by acclamation.  By doing this harmony and accord  will be preserved aud the little differences- of opinion   will be buried  now to exist why Dr. Young's  re-election should be, opposed,  especially in view of the fact that  the conservatives have control of  provincial affairs.  . (Signed)    E. M. N.' Woods.  ���*����..���  The Star happens once a week at  Whilehorsc. We publish a clipping from this, same happening.  To wit: A letter of thanks from  Captain John Irving to his supporters in the Atlin district during ' the  late election.  Our reasons' For publishing the  letter emanate from good-nature  and generosity. The .Star does not  shine very brightly in this district,  and its circulation is weak. Few  people would have a chance lo read  the letter. So, on that account we  print it, that everybody will have a  chance to peruse same.  -It.quotes the .Captain as saying  he was barred from the columns of  Tin* Claim. - This is an untruth.  Captain Irving, in the presence of  his own followers, was told that he  might ��� use the columns of Tub  Claim any time, over his signature.  And as for other liberals wishing to  use the columns of the paper, and  being refused, there was one���a  fellow named, Reid. His letter was  a long, garrulous, mis-spelt, and  tiresome rigmarole, with neither  pith nor point. It was sent back to  the writer with a request to 'boil it  down* and attend to its needs grammatically. Life is too short to  waste lime on garbled and illiterate  effusions from disgruntled individuals who have sour stomachs and a  bad taste' in the mouth���aud who  look the part.  Captain John has a 'kick coming'  alright, but not at Tub Claim nor  at those who opposed him. No  one .appreciates being rooked and  the Captain had it 'handed to him'  SJ  In the Iron Store formerly  occupied by Stables & Lumsden.  Taney arad  c  Groceries and Provision*  My Goods are all Fresh and  ol" the best quality. . Prices  moderate.  The Iron Store,  First Street.  l^**AAAAA/vwvvw^l-^l^AAA���vw^Av^*^^  Tmi'mn Brewing Company, Ltd.  KONRAD   WAWUBCKA,   MANAGER.  Brewers   of Lager  Beer  and Porter.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The, KOOTENAY 'HOTEL  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  The Bar is supplied   with   none   but  the   best brands'of Liquors  and Cigars.    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  THE HOY AL HOTEL,  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  under  a   united effort towards the I  common good of the district. ��  ., . . {    While  the letter is signed by the  lo offer opposition   at   this stage I a    ,  .      ��� .    , . r n      .1   . -..  11 ,_ _bJCaptain,   it  does not follow that it  was written by him.     Somehow,  it  of the- game would  be little short of  lunacy. No. one in or o.ut of the  district could oppose hini with the  shadow of a chance of victory. It  would only be a reckless waste of  energy, time and money, with the  inevitable result���ignominious defeat.  Many of the sensible aud fair-  minded citizens who. opposed Doctor Young at the electiou have expressed themselves, as favorable to  the idea of return by acclamation,  citizens,   its   up. to you.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICF-Sr WINES, LIQUORS AND C1GAKS tASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  Now,  The two despatches - following  Speak for themselves::  Victoria,, B.C.7 Feb. 25, 19.07.  Al'i.ix Claim, Atliii.  Premier McBride will announce  cabinet appointments to-morrow.  Dr. Young has been offered and  accepted portfolio. Captain Irving  endorses his campaign and will not  oppose him, for the interest of the  district the Doctor should be returned by acclamation.  Colonist,  Victoria, B. C, Feb. 27, 1907.  Editor Tub Claim, Atlin, B. C.  Atlin is to be congratulated on  being represented iu the cabinet.  Your member's appointment most  jjiopular.     No good reason  seems  The  latest'  ���'jSourue'*',  n*;iga:"i'*fi.** nt 0, ,R.  doesn't sound just like his utterances. He alludes to our issue of  Feb. 2nd, and says he did not get a  semblance of justice. Ye godsl If  the Captain could but realize how  many times he left himself open for  a beautiful scorching. Why, taking candy from an infaut would be  hard work compared to it.  The criticisms in the Whitehorse  'happening' during the late election  were rather amusing at limes.  They remind ns of the chap who  ;\vent to. see a baseball game.. To  get a good view he climbed a tree���  just outside the fence. From this  iposition he hoots and jeers at the  players,, and, incidentally, saves the  price of admission. He's not in it>  but yaps away just the same.  Thanks Friends.  Captain John Irving' Takes Defeat  Manfully.  "Editor Star:���I wish to impose  somewhat on your good nature by  using your paper as a medium  through which to thank the people  of the Atliii riding for their loyal  support to me in the late election.  While there is a paper published at  Atliu, I, with other liberals, am  barred from its columns by its publisher. Polly don't even want a  cracker, and during the late campaign  he did  not deign to extend  Moves and Hardware!  IRON  PIPING,   STEEL   AND   BAR IRON,  ' DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE.  James J.  Storks in Atlin and Discovery.  4r  iob printing and commercial work,  cards; posters and hand bills * ���>  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  .THE CLAIM OFFICE.  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY OF ALL KINDS,   Dressed to Order.  C.   DQE.LK.E.R.,   Mana- er. i  ATLIN,.   B.C.,   SATURDAY,    MARCH   2,    1907  even a semblance of justice to those  entertaining different views from  himself, as was clearly demonstrated in his issue of February 2nd.  To the conservatives:���Thc battle has been 'fought; the war is  over. "To the victors belong the  spoils.1' Your reputation is not an  enviable one on that, score, but 1  hope you will not now take advantage of the liberals, but mete out  equal justice lo all.  To the liberals, and my personal  friends:���1 wish to thank-.you one  and all for your valiant and unfaltering support. While defeated in  the late issue, we are not beaten,  and next time by a long pull and a  hard pull and by all pulling together we will ride lo victory on the  crest of the wave of liberalism, the  party of right, the party of "civil  liberty. Whoever your ��� next candidate may be, victory will perch on  his banner, as principle is bound to  triumph in the end.  I could not close this address to  you, my liberal friends, without expressing my thanks to that war  horse. John Kirkland. Meek as a  lamb when petted, tierce as a lion  when aroused, Jack has in him all  that goes to make a true friend.  His heart is in the right place. My  friend Frank Callbreath is another  to whom I wish to extend my  thanks  for   his  noble   work in my  the  St. Maktin's Chuhcii ov I��ngj..ani.>.  Sunday  morning; services ni-o.rendoi'cil at  11 'o'clock.   Win. C. S. llittlKii-11. lay render.  I'Hr.SIIT-j-KI.-IAN  Ciiuiuiii.  Sunday iiKii-iiiii^srrvic-as II o'clock.     Sunday schools ut   12.15.     livfiiini;  xorvico. 7.HO.  Al'lni-iioiiii   service   ut   Discovery;     Sunday  school al. t. "10.  behalf.  You  are  the  salt  of t  earth.  Respectfully;  John Irving.  0   1*4   A Braw Scotch Night.  We are indebted to Mr. Geordie  Coutts for the following verses describing beautifully a convivial  gathering of men from the land o'  the thistle and the bluebell. The  author's name we do not know.  If you chance to strike a gathering  of half-a-dozen friends,  Where the drink is Highland whiskey,  or chosen  'Border blends';  And the room is full o' 'speirin' and  the grippin1 o' brown ban's,  And the talk is all of tartans, and of  plaidies and of clans.  .You can take things douce and easy,  you can judge you're going right,  For you've had the luck to tumble  on 'a wee Scotch night.'  When you're pitchforked in among  them in a sweepin' sort o' way,  As   'anither mon an' brither' from  the Tweed or from the Tay.  When you're taken by the oxter and  you're couped into a chair,        7  While  someone slips a  whisky in  your tumbler���unaware.'  Then the present seems  less dismal  and the future fair and bright,  For you've struck earth's grandest  treasure, in 'a guid Scotch night.'  When you hear a short name shouted and the same one shouted back  Till you think, in the coufuson, that  they've all been christened 'Mac'  When you see a red beard flashing  in the corner by the fire  And a giant on the sofa who stands  six-foot three, or higher,  Before you've judged the color and  before you've guaged the height  You'll have jumped at the conclusion, it's 'a braw Scotch night.'  When   the   red   man   iu the corner  puts his strong  voice to the proof  As   he  gives   'ihe   hundred pipers'  and the chorus lifts the roofs;-     *  When a 'chicT sings 'Annie Laurie'  with its tender, sweet refrain  Till   the   tears  are on the eyelids;���  and Ihe drinks come round again.  When they chant the stirring war  songs that would make the coward fight,  Then you're fairly in the middle of  'a braw Scotch night.'  When the plot begins to thicken  and the band begins to play,  When every local chieftan has a  word or.two to say,  When they'd sell a Queensland station for a sprig of native heath,  When one 'Mac' is on the table and  a couple underneath.  When half of them are sleeping and  the whole of them ,'are tight,  You'll know that you're assisting  ' at 'a (hie) Scotch night.'  When the last big bottle's empty,  and the dawn creeps grey and  cold,   f  When the last clan tartan's folded,  and the last big lie is told,  When they totter down the footpath in a brave unbroken line  To the peril of the passer and the  air of Auld Lang Syne,  You can tell the folk at breakfast  as they watch the fearsome sight,  They've only been assisting at 'a  braw Scotch.night.'  'ft   ���  .&  B*A        -Jfi       J<       J>'     J>  esBssaassssBaBSSESJZBSsssraB/isaa^ssi^sz  z^ii^'^izsysE'ssxisiaiisss^r'iz&iaa  rvi  "7*"  lli  ATL  CO  rm  ^  H';�����g.��araiCT��ri:iremT.i:Mm^^  FULL LINES  OF  o  Fresh   line ol staple groceries on  hand at Iv. L. Pillimui's.  A Few Gems,  Expressions of opinions by youth  on the evil effects of the use of  alchol as a beverage.  "When a man is overcome by  drink he should go, or be taken, to  a hot place,"  "Seafaring men who are in the  habit of drinking are liable to collide with other vessels."  "Today many people are in jail  for committing suicide while under  the influence of drink."  The next example is a pathetic  wrestle on the part of a child with  a well-known text.  "Alcohol is a mocker. At last  it biteth like a servant and stingeth  like a hatter."  "Alcohol has an effect on a medical man's conclusions." Y  "Doctors say that fatal diseases  are the worst." ���  "Doctors say that the increased  death rate shortens lives."  "Some men turn into lunatics  (sic), and have to go to the Lunatic  ofSylum."  "Some people think that the  abuse of liquor is all right; some  people take it as a medicine."  cy fwocenes  Flour,, Meats,   Hay and . Oats,  Dry Goods, Clothing,   Boots, Shoes,  Furniture, Crockery and Glassware,  Carpets,. Oilcloth  and  Linoleums.  THE'BEST CASH. PRICES  " :nsr tele district  ���:     ^p     :  Why send out when you can get goods as ciieai- heiif. ?  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings and all kinds of Jewelry niaiiii  factiirud on thc premises.  Fine New Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry find Diamonds  Watches from ?r>.00 up. ,     Accents for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  Safety Deposit Vaults.  &     MjT*j     ATLIN  AND  DISCOVERY,  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs,  <s> ************ *******-***** �� o��-*-*-*-*-���������� ���*-*-************ *��  They   are   Waiting   for   Youl  a.rg��uri3  IN  Gargtetsvand.'.House Furnishings.  FULL  LINE   OF   BOOTS   and   SHOES,  also    GOLD ,SEAL   HIP   GUM  BOOTS.  lo  e  9��  Atlin and  Discovery, B.  Successors  to  J. H.  S>0<!  Richardson.  Hampton   &,   Durie,  Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  Eirst-class Restaurant in connection  lleadcfiiui-tci-H for Dixon's stage.  The  Canadian  CAPITAL  ��ank  of   Commerce.  PAID    UP   $10,000,000.  Reserve, $5,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at oeattie,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, ete.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Atlin Branch.  Gold Dust Purchased.  J. A. SMITH. Manager. ATLTW,  B.   C.  SATURDAY, ,   MARCH   2   1  907  Wind/ Arm Prospects.  The Skai-way Alaskan publishes  :<p interview with Mr. Fred U011-  Vi'iidorf, of Conrad, as follows:  The Windy Arm district is very  ri h and will be one of the'great  -n'-neral producers of the world:  The work that has been done on it  this winler proves thai beyond the  shadow of a doubt.  "The Venus', the Vault, tlie��Big  Thing" and ihe Dalton properties"  arc all rich and all of them will  make mines of ;;reat value. They  have been' developed to a point  where that is assured.  ''About the middle of January  '.he men working on the Venus  struck an ore body 4.0 feet wide- iu  the lower tunnel, aud it is richer  than anyone ever honed to find it.  This is the vein that was looked  for last fall, and thc failure to reach  it for a very long time made some  men' skeptical as to the final outcome of the property's final d.e'vel-.  opment.  "Ore is. being sacked 011 the  Venus now for shipment belpw. *I,l  'will be hauled lo Cariboo aud sent  over the raih;oad. This will go on  the remainder of the winter and  aiext summer.  ''That the Big Thing is rich is  evidenced by the fact that some  men who know what il contains  Ir-icd to get a lay on.il recently and  were refused. They were willing  to expend their own money and  lake chances on thc results.  "The nioi": work there is done on  ihc Vault the belter it looks. Tt is  a splendid propeity.  "The Toochi and Whealon river  countries arc prospecting well, and  conservative mining men believe  they will both develop into, producing mining districts. The boys  who are working in the Whealon  country have been pursuing a  stringer which was only two inches  wide at thc surface I.L is now two  feel wide. Thev are making a shipment of ore outside aud it will yield  ��100 a ton.  mil the defence to put in evidence  as to W'liile's conduct with oilier  women. If his general 'character  can be shown to be that ofa man.  who would probably do what Mrs..  Thaw accuses him of having done,  'il will be corroborative of her testimony. It is said that thc defense  has many witnesses lo prove that  White has ruined other giils than  Evelyn Mesbil.  One of the strongest witnesses on-  -this���point will, be Anthony Coin-  stock of the anti-vice society, who  has evidence of While's treating a  fifteen-year-old chorus gill exactly  as, Mrs. Thaw testified he ircalcd  her.  Lowncy's FYcsh Ch.ocolatcs'$t.oq  per lb., aL C. R. Bonnie's..  I\I<  :Donald's   G  rocciy  makes  a  speci  illy  of fresh  eggs ai  d  butter.  Visitin:  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. & A. M.  No. 12, G. ll.-H.O.  Regular eomniunien-  tions held on the lirst  Thursday ol' ouch month  in tho A. O.U. \V. Hull,  Third Street.  ; lirctlirrn corilinllv invited.  M  17"     BARBER SHOP.  J- w  THOMl'SON, HI AN AC HR.  BATHS FIFTY CENTS  Privjito Rntrt-iiic-fi for Ladies.  Highest Prices. Paid For  Furs !  LOUIS.. iLJE'VY  .Representing' Joseph Ullman, N. Y.  Will niiiki' Uo^tilar Trips  to Atliii to buy Furs.  n'21  May Acquit Harry Thaw.  The latest. New York despatches  to the Alaskan slate thai if is generally believed that Harry K. Thaw  will be acquitted. The success' of  the defence in making the ch'aractci  o! Stanford. White an issue, the in-  ti'iductioii of the will prepared by  tiarrj* Thaw before he killed the  rrchitect, who has been attacked,  ���.md the splendid, behavior of Mrs.  Thaw' on Ihc witness stand have  strengthened the position of those  who are conducting the case for thc  young millionaire who is on trial  [or liis life.  It turned .out that Thaw fully expected to meet death at the hands  of the maii  whom he finally killed.  The mysterious will of the prisoner which was admitted.as evidence,  ���.liter Jerome , had made a mighty  struggle to bar it, was read in open  court and showed that Thaw had.  left $ J 0,000  which   was   to be used  A NY available Dominion bands within  _te\- tlio ttaihvny licit in Itrilisli Columbia,  nitty lie Iiomeslcadcd by. any person who is  I he sole- hcnil of n family, or tiny mule over IS  years of-nire. to the extent ol' oue-ciunrtnr  section ol' MO uercs more or less..  l-'utry must be ni.-iilc! personally at tho local  land oflice lor the district, in which tlielnnd  is situate.  The homesteader is roiiulroil to perform  tho cond'uions connected therewith under  one of the following plans:  (I) At li-nst six months' rcsidenco upcin und  'cultivation of the laud in each year for three  yours.  ' (2) n the l'uthtu-'or mntliur, if the father is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the land entered Tor,  the requirements us- to residence may he  sut'islied by such person 'residing with the  father or mother.  ("O If the settler has his permanent residence upon fat-mini; laud owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the rcciuire-  nioiits as to resideiice may bo satislled by  n'sidi-uce ii|;ou thc saiil hind.  Six months' notice in wrltinjr should be  Iii von to tlieComniissioner of Dominion Lundx  ut Otlawn of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may he purchased at $10 per acre  for soft coal iind:?20 for anthracite. Not. morn  than '.S20 acres can be acquired by one inili-  vidual or company. Royalty ut the rate of  ton cents per ton of 2,000 pounds .shall bo collected on the ��ross output.        \  ���W. W.CORY",  Deputy of tho Minister of the Tnlerlor  N.lb���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. jy2l-Gm  Timber. License.  WITIUI' irf hereby tfivuti that after thirty  'ilnyii notice from date I intend loapplytrr  the Chief ('oinini.sslonnr of bands aud Woriis  for Special License to cut and carry away  timber from ihe following described  IuikIh,  '.0 prOSCCUtC   While   ill   CaSC   Thaw   situate on the south side of McKee creek,, in  ' Hi'] Atlin District  was murdered.  If Jerome   fiUemnts  thc Story   o!   b'.v-.:l-.'U  ���is   to   I'":!' lYYiiion;   with   :  W'."'.;...  U v,'i.        "   :". .:r.:,!.,-ii.:  to   dis;.-rove  ,.i-'v!    '!'!������   ...  Commencing al No. I |iost, marlteil O. A.,  nortliwed coi-uei-, planted about, one-half  mil" mi i lie south side of McKee, thenco  sunlit -w.;, liis,thence east 80 chains, thenco  uni'ili -CO chains,  thenco  west Sll chains.to  )������ ',<:! of <.(,lliliH!UC'eiiK.'llt.  ������i.r.r' GJ'W.'C'U A.D/*.MS,.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company  wi�� ���uaAanuwrxnaMz  W'u  '   ALASKA    ROUTE   SAILINGS.  Steamer  Beatrice   sails   March   5th'.  .Steamer' Amur   sails -March  12,'th.  ��� Sailing from Skagway 8p.m.  Direct' to' Vancouver  and Victoria.  Trunspiirt'nip! by vail or steamer to Seattle without, e.xlra chariio.  jivo ciuiclt service.     No iiitei'mediitte calls. XX     ���'!"*       T~\  Pur rates or iiifoi-iiint ion apply to      X.X..    JC).     -1 / L.1 11 11., '  Airuut, Sluij^way.  Ji  ?  >  0  ���-���-��� <��<t>�� ��� ��� ��� +-*~6r*~*-*-+-*~***-*-*- *~��-+-*-*-<y-*-+<$.  "^  .Placing before the public  the many advantage's of  the district is the object of  **��^<>��<*>��*a*D$'0<->a<>):8:i<'>oo''>:a^^^  This cannot be successfully accomplished without thel ge n erous support of  the business  people and  the residents.  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  >-��-��-��-^>  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  A Strictly  First-Class   Hotel.  Only the Choicest Wines,  Liquors, and  Cigars used.  LUSCO.VIUIY,, 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.  To be had at The Claim office.  ^<nr^TSTO^it^

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