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 y      *fy *Litw>-  ^  J'v    '..MAR 23 i908  ^cr0^  ripy  u  VOL. 26.  ATLIN,   H. C, SATURDAY,   MARCH 7/l9o8.  NO.' 450  TELEGRAPHIC.  lt   A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  . .        /  s  [ni'BOlAI, TO Till!  Oli.VlM.l ,  - \   -* ��� <   /  Special Telegrams to the Claim"1.  ,     Mar.20th.1908.  of $3,145,276 aud expenditures ol  $3,022,311; not including the  $200,000 for the superannuation  fund.  This allows for the decrease in  timber revenue and increased expenditures of public works.  Fort William, Out. :-  The Canadian Northern Coal Co.  has received an anonymous letter  stating that a gang of Italians who  aie^out of employment aie going to  blow up the Company's deck in or(-  der lo create work.  Vancouver :--  Ung Wing, a Chinatuan, held by  the police on the charge of shooting Officer McLeod, lias been committed foi trial.        ���    ,   ii  Ottawa :-  The   Bill  to  incorporate  Saska-  * toon,   Saskatchewan,   Peace  River  aud  -Dawson   Railway    has   been  finally repoited on by the   Railway  Committee.  -   Vancouver :���  iv,  The refusabof the Government lo  extend timbei   licenses  tor. twenty  one years has caused a big  drop iu  the price of logs.  SeveiuJlarge mills are  lesuming-  oueiations.  "\Va-hingtoii, D. C. :-  The Government is piepaiing a  strong note ot protest against the  usurpation by Japan of territory in  Manchuria  Note will probably be sent to all  the Powers as a joint note  Ottawa :-    *  The present session enters now  upon its fourth month, yet otily  one government bill has become  law. The session, lo date,  is es  timated to have cost half a million  dollars.  Prorogation, from present appearances, may be many mouths off.  lienvei", Colo. :--  While kneeling at the altar rail,  lx-tweeu two women, Giuseppe Gu-  avauaccio pressed the muzzle ot a  ���revolver against the body of Father  Leo Meiurichs, after receiving sacrament, and shot hiru through the  heart.  DARING -HOLD-UP.  Bank Robbed of .$300,000  in  18.  ti Chihuahua, Mex. Mar. 4 :-  A bank .robbery that will take  the record for daring and success  was perpetrated in this city this  morning when three men entered,  and held-up the officers with revolvers and canied away ,three hundred thousand dollars.  The men piled the momey into  sacks and sprang upon horses that  were waiting aud made their escape.  1 Posses are out on the .trail of the  robbers but a capture has not -been  effected as yet.'  1 "     Exchange.  "  SPECIAL    LATE    WIRES  TO    -THE,   CLAIM.  March 7th. 190S.  Cleavelaud, Ohio :-  Fire destroyed the school house  in Collmgwood . a .suburb of this,  city. Over 180 children were burned to death; the exits became chok-  with children,  t Only 168 bodies have   yet   been  recovered.  Thc school coutaired over 400  children. The cause of thc fire  is unknown  Ottawa  :-  Deputy Minister King has gone  lo London to urge the Imperial,  Indian, and Colonial authorities to  restrict the immigration to Canada  of Asiatics lioiri other British possessions.  mission in place of Judge" Killahiy  deceased.  Londoii :-  " The Times " as-serts that the  JImperor William recently sent a  letter to Lord Tweedmouth; First  -Loid of-the Admiralty; on the* subject of the British and German  Naval policy.  The Times called for the production of the letter in Parliament with  Lord Tweeemouth's reply, on the  grounds that it is an attempt to influence the Britisu Minister,' who is  responsible fo"r the navy, in German  interests.       c-" " . '    ",  The Times says that'the letter is  a painful surprise and ��� has caused  just indignation oif the part of the  British people.    ,  The FirstXord of the Admiralty  says :���  ���    '  " Letter' from Empeior purely  personal, no reference therein to  British naval estimates.  Victoria, B.C. :-���  The Budget brought down shows  a surplus oI'$i,-joo,ooo for the last  fiscal year; and, the estimates for  the nine months that constitute the  next fiscal year, forecast a  revenue  North-Portal, Sask.  :-  Every passenger train is crowded  with land seekers from the United  States. Ten-to fit teen carloads'  of settler's effects are arriving every  day.  Tokio :-  A fire at Nod a Soy destroyed 400  houses; the loss is estimated at two  and a half millions.  Ottawa :-  F. H. Chrysler, K.C. will accept  and will be offered the Chairmanship ofi.hr Dominion Railway Com-  Pekiu :-  c  --' Japan is threatening to use force  to��� recover the Japanese steamer  Talsu Maru, which' was" seized at  Macao by the Chinese Customs  ciuisers on the charge that the  cargo of arms and ammunition she  carried was intended for,~Chinese  revolutionists.  Tokio :-  Public opinion is aroused in Japan concerning the seizure.  Special cablegrams state that  China offers to release tbe Tatsu  Maru, and apologise, but pioposes  to hold the cargo, pending an investigation by a mixed.tribunal.  Minister Hay ashi positively refused to listen to the proposition,  and insisted that the vessel, and  entire cargo should be released at  once.  1   Tokio newspaper editorials   urge  the government to stand firm  The sentiment of the Foreign  Office remains unchanged, and it is  determined not to yield a single  point.  Officials express the opinion that  tbe question,will be settled without  tesoiting to force.  St. John. N.B. :--  The election c results give the  Conservatives thirty one seats, the  Liberals twelve, and the Independents three.  BY OUR SOCIETY EDITOR.  lainments ever given in  the  Camp  was that of Fiiday evening the 2SU1'  when the Atlin   ladies ' entertained ,  their gentlemen fiiends.    "  '  Tbe dance was held in the Koot,-  enay Hall, which was decorated  most tastefully, aud, in a style  never excelled iu the history of the ,  -Town, which is-justly famous for  the excellence of its functions.  The refieshments were plentiful,  and of a   quality   and   variety  ,to �����  tempt'the appetite, even of the most  dyspeptic. -  The music, was in the able hands  of   Mrs Gostigan   and    " Dear Old -  Tom   Hanna" ��� Need   anything  more be said on that behalf?  - The ladies proved ideal hostesses  and carried'through a   lengthy and  varied programme in a most happy  aud efficient manner.  a Several novelties were.introduced  which added gi carry-to" the  enjoy-,  ment andhilaiity of the evening.,  The entertainment, which'was  voted by all present as an unqualified success, was bioughl to a close  by singing " Auld Lang Syne " aud  "God save the King", a' cordial  vote of thanks having been previously awarded to all those lespon- .  sible for the carrying out of the  varsous arrangements.  One of the most successful enter-  BY THE EDITOR. IN CHIEF.  The room was most tastefully a-'d  beautifully decorated; and, clev-ily  designed mottoes were to be seen in  every direction appealing to the  hearts of Bachelordom to enter  Benedictdoni!  The  woild  and  his  sweetheart,  beaut}- and fashion, were well   represented; and, from start  to  finish  the festhe event went off with   the-  greatest animation and eclat.  Ever}' praise is due to the gentle  ladies for the hearty manner in  which they entertained their guests;  and, canied thiough the dancing,  music, supper, and jocular swing of  the entire programme; in fact, we  have not seen so many loving he -rts ,  or, felt such heart fluttering.** ���  since, long ago !  Both old and young entered into,  and fully enjoyed ihe spiiit of Leap  Year's little game of cooing !  Mrs Harry Brown, as Mistress of  Ceremonies, with graceful tact, conducted affairs.  i\lrs Co.stigan aud   Messrs   Turn '  Hanna and J. Cariniel did full justice to the orchestr.i.  Mr. Paxton, in an amusing  speech on behalf of the gii'-^ts,  thanked the ladies for theii sweet  and hearty entertainment, which  was encored with throe cheers and  a tiger!  Auld Lang Syne  and  God   save .  the King coticlnded the merry social  event. ���  Fresh assortment I.owney's  creams and chocolate '-.'.,'at  C. R. Bourne.  " ���  '   V    Af  V  ; v.:  I.  i  CI  -l  1 **> -I  fcr''  t'Ti ATLIN,    B. C,    SATURDAY, -MARCH 7, 1908.  Tk All  r'\  i.i  i uaifn.  TME A'lLlN Ci.AlAl is punuiHro rvcnv r.ATUl j/.v  MORNING.       MAILED     mCC    TO    ANY    PAI1T   Ol     TUT  ronLD ron oo crMTu rtn month: jg.oo pru  Ycnn. fcnutfTiBiNG nATcs: cii.oot.cn inch each  mrriTio'i, nLADinr. notices   aa ccnts a liml*.  ��� PCCIA..   KATr^    ON    AI"rLICATION.  JOB 1'K'ISTlNfl :  aiLL-HTABS, POSTERS, VISITING   CAKP5  lettkii.heads, pnociAMMcs,. etc , etc.  onoEn* momi-tiy  executed  PRICES   MODEttATC.  Tub Atlis Claim PuiiLiisiriKa Co., I/rn.  TT. PoZiljARD. GriAJTT.       SIAAAOER-UIliCCVOIi.  to be shipped to Skagway, or elsewhere, until a smelter is erected iu  this district; thc road would be open  ihrouglloul tlie year and would undoubtedly lend to promote the mining industry and induce travelleis  to vLiit the district, thereby enhancing the welfare and prosperity of  the communities established on  cither side of the Yukon Territory  boundary.  CORRESPONDENCE.  We do not hold oui selves responsible for, the opinions expressed by  our correspondents.  % '   ��� ."-'."                                  '                            '                            ,                             ��  I -        "                                                                "                                                    *    ��  I No ��C. WHEEL-UNO        |  i ^: .///.    - ^  ���     J-  f   , Fresh Fruit and' Vegetables         ' |  ft '                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          !-���  I '   , All ways   on .hand                     ��-  l . '���       'I  j The Br on S$Gt?*e,i, ��� First &!&&&$��� $  4 , .     ,     ?.,         ,,         ..                 15  ./-��* ij  *'W  We are pleased lo learn, that, the  projected road from Atliii to Car-  cross-meets with the due approval  of our respective parliamentary representatives, and everyone interested in the progress of the district.  The Provincial Government has  1 undertaken to construct the road  northward lo the 60th. parallel of  latitude, allowing, that 'the Yukon  Government will continue the road  in their territory lo Carcross.  We'are reliably informed by gentlemen, who have been over the  proposed route,pthat, as a matter of  fact, there will be .very little' work  needed in the construction" of the  troad, as it would lead from the  Fourth of July Creek' Road and  pass to the right of Hitchcock Mr.  and from there on the way -is all"  level and easy going ��� an ideal  route for automobiles !  The natural resources of the inter* euing country between Atlin  and Carctoss, would alone be sufficient reason to warrant the construction ol a road; but, in addition, the  advantages lo Atliu will be great,  as it will connect oui embryo city  by laud with the railway, and will,  at the same time, opeu-up a line of  country well suited to the settlement of miners and ranchers  JJefoie long we shall most probably :3ce .in all-Canadian Railway  from the seaboard of British Columbia to the Yukon,Ter.-iloiy; aud,  presumably,-the projected route will  pass through Atlin., When this  line is completed we shall be within  50 houis. travelling distance of Vancouver.  In the meanwhile, howeier, Atliii  is seriously handicapped by ha\ ing ! follows :  onceri* and" Daace'in  iscsvery.  To the Editor,    '  Atlin Claim.  Sir, ���  The Conceit and dance in honor  of Mr. Kc-unelh McLaren, held in  Discovery on the 21st. of February,  under tlie auspices of the W. F. M.  was a great success; to some present  it iv:i-i ihe best evening, of many  they had spent iu the Hall this  Winter. " (I hope there will be  plenty more good times in store.)  Unfortunately Thursdayjs -storm  prevented Mr. Kirkland from going  out for Professor -Hanna, who is  thc main prop oi the Orchestra,consequently there was none of that  veteran party present; Jack Cart-  mel is too busy now-adays lo play  anything but one -kind of music,  and I am sure it will be the sweetest of its-kind, coming from such a  masterhaud as Jack. However, so  long as the Camp has MrsGostigau  who did valiant service at both  Concert aud Dance, we will t never  miss the old string Baud; and again  we had in Welshe's Gramaphone  dozens of the best bands on the  American continent; il ceilaiuly  was the right thing in the right  place and added wonderfully lo the  enjoyment of thc evening.  The refreshments, served about  the middle of the Datrce, by Mrs  Gairns, were all wc promised them  to be - excellent in every detail.-  The Concert Programme was as  Pool ftoonu  GOOD  STABLING  THE <3GU> HOUSE  DISCOVERY, B. O.  THE   DINING   ROOM  MRS. ROXBOROU.GH. '  [S-UNDER   THE...SUPRRVISION    OV,  GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION ���  ONLY-THE BEST QUALITY OF   GOODS-USED AT THIS-13AR  BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL.  r  i  . 0"  .JOHN ROXBGROUGH, .PROPRIETOR.  14  W-&  ivOKRAD   WAWRKCKA,   MANAGER.1  3S/ftBa&&i3*,  ��3rQrJi?��*2��&  of L&m@r IB@@9a &n��2  *  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY  FILLED.  ��5^o  to depend entirely upon thc Lake  ^.Route to connect with the White  Pass & Yukon Railway.  It would be superfluous" to mention the numerous advantages to be  gained by having a laud connection  with the railway.  Evidently, if Atliu is   to  become  Mr. Polley in the Chair.  Song by Billy Bock, (The Atlin  Harry Lauder) followed by an encore. He is % a jewel is Billy ���  couldn't be dispensed with.  ���Recitation by Mrs H. Brown;  good luck ! 10 h2r, the lady is quite  an acquisition to L.e Camp,        We  The " KOOTENAY" HOTEL  jl XjL  t&&j6^&��^&#&��&&&&S>&:&9) &&P&1  &�����.&���.&&&&:&���: S-l&S'&S ���*���  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  a thriving city, and,   not  remain a I should offer a  vole   of   thanks   to  meie muring c.imp, it  is  necessary ; Horry al  0111   next  entertainment  that the short overland   connection J for doing so well by us !  with the uiilway   be  completed  as |     Song by Mrs Costigau,   Ibis lady  soon as practicable; and, we take il, j *s all there when wanted.  this is an opportune lime   lo  auvo-j     Recitation by Mr. Poilc}\  cat. the construction o' a road over       Song bv C. Gaims.  terui-firma lo Circio.ss.  The country, through which  the  The Bar is supplied   with   none   but   the   best biands of Lir-noi-*  and Cigars.    First-class 'billiard and Pool Tables.  After the Concert, Mr. McLaren  vv.. ��� presented with a Nugget Chaiii  ro.i i wouici 1M.1S, is a n'-.-h rej-ion, ,.,nj ap ,enuagt:, and, after a siui-  u! ion vionld pay for Us devtiop-|flbk'ieply, thc netting was ad-  mc'it; the Atlm mi- ing aica i-.'joun.ed, the- seats cleared, and'11  stcidily extruding ,-oirhward to dr.ii'V"*" engaged in, .Mrs Costi��au j I  yrknn   Teirllr- ;, 's  b-mndar- ��� '--���-   '   ��� ���"���- ;-  ������ -'   -  ....:--mj?  ? - Oj  t,  d  it  I  fti  I'HE ll@��AL HOTEL  OI.KON    6.   bCKUL^,    Pi-Cipriotors.  FlfiST  class n^i'iAu^^r^T  im:s nvtio::-) am) w.M'.s  ir-A  IN   CONfVJECTIOlM.  LAM WiWo A    SPLCIAII1.  Atliu.  0.11 pa.,      ��� smeltm0 ., <.., ..ill have]by Welsh's Baud  cup I- i:i��, the music  i>-i.'g icii -\<i<\ ! ���?  "V.  !  . i.  J.  'A  V'l  I  ^a^.'^tS-a (J<i^.-&^'<i>i��-frJ^*S<tiTS*Z>��<��<3<l-��   Vi,^^J^^'^^^NJ.'d^r^-^(<3x3'<��-��'^"i3'tf ^*^^^ C, SATURDAY.  MAPCT1  ...,��  W  >   *  ,71  41  !�����* 1" !*��� �� It*!** �� ��  r^.  h  \\  .After r.fresivhenis hid been seiv-  ed, Mr Policy J 'as Chairman,  biought up the KriU Miller Memorial lfnnd, in Cviiilia-st to die Presen-  't'ltion wh'ch hdd just-been given.  , T'ds Fund has been a vexed  question loi ycais past.  ,\.r 'iCnklancl moved that they  appoint a co mini, lei, to inieivii-w  thc piesciit liu-^lee, oi committee,  and if I hey were not jet ready lo  act m tin. nuil'Li, 'to ask them to  call a meeting of   the   Public   aad  committee    who  through   in  contribu litis*  nut, ler   through   in  ">-  rpp'Hul   anothci  would sec thc  , i vvhichc" ci    v, ay   the  Public .should wish.  Tliis is one ol the   most  peculiar  questions tha! has evc-t heui   bcloie  any public,iu auy^cuuutry,  1 think  First -   We Jiad   a   gentleman  called  Robinson   who   started   the  ���thing, and called a meeting  in   the  ,Cotut N'ooui, Atliii,   at winch, they  appointed a committee to collect the  money for Ja    Memorial   for   Fritz  Miller's'giave.  They mana��cd to collect about  $6oo, and then discovered that they  had no pow.ei to purchase the Mem-  oiial       t.  Most committees when elected to  collect money lor an ohject, are'ex-  pecled lo see the thing' through -to  the end; tins one, apparently, wanted a committee to collect,' another,  to choose the monument, another,  to pav for it, another, to bring it iu  aud another to set it up and jjerhap*.  another tuo or-three committees to  see to its preservation right down  the^.iges.  Tue general impression amongst  the public herc)v, was, that the com-  milee would seethe morie}- expended, ..itid the monument erected ���  and thai has not jet been done  Alter the ��6uo had been collected  from the Public heie, , the 13. C.  Go, erniiient donated $150 to the  Hospital, which, some of the com-  -" mitlc-e, iu mistaken zeal, put into  the .vhilei Fund. I cannot believe  thai the B C. Government would  listen to the ravings ot a .tew subscribe! s, who had stalled to'talk of  Memorial W'aid in this wooden  Hospital, which might be burned  -""up the next week. If the Ho&  pital was astoue,"or iron building  of some iieimauence, there would  bcsonic sense in a Memorial Ward,  but a loom 111 a wooden building is  too jfliruscy a thing to give the name  of Memorial lo;' if the B. C. - Gov,  ern nent did giv c the money to put  into th'S Wooden Memorial then I  am ah.ud th'* case was not put too  clvaily before them  Aiiot-ier thi.'i: I-should like to  say while 1 am at it is, that  w'n-_liier the Public who are at present :ev.clin>- in this district donated  mo ie�� to ihe Memorial fund, or  not, they ihonld .ill nave an ,equal  int ic->t >u llus thing - it "joks concern ALL thv. Public - if some have  go le Iro'u 115. lor good, yet, we  bh nl I icmembci thai those at pies-  er.t ai the district, including those  v ho h,\ e just ue-vh* armed, take  u the biu.ieiib where they left off,  pii'! their public   iesp.)n->iuilities   as  Wi.lt  fills being a puulic subscription,  '  all je oqu'lly iutciesied, or should  be, wheth-i they have donaterl an\  tn >, ev 01 not; and the e\am ik just  given ,n Discove.y, , vvnere  a   Con  T0"C0NSUAIPTIVE5.  -k-vo-x-^c >oi���>*> ?->-:>r-.��.--'j->'--: ->o**<,cr',c(i<'oo^aoC'c��Os>C(*c(��-o^aO'v:.'--- :���>  The undersigned having been restored 'to health by simple means,'  after suffering for several year-, with  a severe lung affection, and that  dread" disease Consumption, is  anxious to make" known to his fellow sufferers thc means of cine  To those who desire it, he will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  cony of the prescription used, winch  they will find a cuie foi Co*"simi'-  txon, AtiTiniA, Catarkii, Uron-  Ciirns and oil throat and hum  YlALAnii-'S. He hopes all snifuor'  will try his remedy, .as it is invaluable. Those desiiiug the prcbciin-  tion, which will co.it them nothing,  and \nu\v jnove a bfessirrg, will  please VidJres*  Kev. Edward A. Wilss?*.,       -  -,   ��� 'Brooklyn. N.T.  T - T �����      '1   '" * R ft ?  I ... % /> - /,. -,*;,--.. ,-, *.,  p.*--? n. Crrf rf&,&> *;-�����**? (&���-$  o  '   , V'3EWX>X?l   J)T:J^RRD   MICATS  f>OM.T?.Y  OP All. XiN^, ON HAND,  \  \ I '  -~    - {      L. S c h ti I1.  , i  I  XV  Ml  'Certificate of Improvement.  Adams and New Y-3i*k Wiincrn! Ciciirs  Sitii.ito lu tbe Atli-i Hiim'"; l)iv.sioii,Cm,i,.i  ilistuct. Wneio loputou:- In Ivr.nn Hollow.  'Jl'AJKli N0TICt:N1iuit I. H T. 0"Coii.ic,i. Tt co  Mineis, Cm tilicatp No H11J"8, miei <1, -itly  diMS fjom t-io tltitc iisieof, to I'^r'J' to tlie  iMininir Ro' o.ilor loi-.n CoitiBctiti. of iin-  1�� o,ececntb, lor (lie pin pus1 ol obt.airii.iu a1  Ciov..i Giant ot tlif 'iliove cl u-ii.  xVii-1 fmtJ t.iko notioj that <>el'q*i, ir.riei"  ^oclion 37, must l>o uosi-me'iooil bpfoiu tlie  lSiininoo of sncli Ccitilicato of,. Impiovo-  mctits -  Uated t'lls, third Jar of Novoinb jv A D 1SH7  1 ' '       - JM. J.O'Uoi-nor  ' "J"   St'   .    ' . ~  I i)e- liXMttXHti  I   J        * r  >     DISCOVERY   13.   O.  The Bar, Is Stocked .with Choice Goods       t-  '-���    _     ITlist Class Ditiurg Room in Conttectloh.  IIrAt5"QTJAY;*&S i-or diSor & Scnui,2 15tagb.  i .   >  |3rt  Certificates of !mprovim��nt.  Ptflacklng"  Bird    ,  Mineral       C'n!m>  Situate In tlif Atli-i Mining Di\ UIou, Cli * >'.ti-  Bi^ti-iot.      Wliaio   loe.iteJ:.���In   tuiuj  Hoi loi'.  TAKL AOT10E that T,  3o��:piiIi Ti. Chisol of  Hai'is VlaNk-i  l-'it-e Viici's Ceitiileuto Si. UUITI  intend, COcK'j^ fiomtl.e cl.ito iiiitiif, (.,  .ipulj to tlio hnii.s }{et��idci foi a Cciii! -  o.itp of Iivi��o\oiiiciitb foi the pnnioio of  obiiiiniiiij Cion n Giant of the abo,-o t 'aini^  And fin Ihei t.ilie notiuf that notion, u-idoi  iei-tion 37, i-sust be coinii e-Kul bofoif the  itsi-.aues of "iieh Certilicate of lini/ioic-  meutb. _ * v  IJnted tl.li ����so id flay oT Ootobsr, ft.fi i:t)7  Jo:i[iii II. Cl isol.  ^30 3t  cert aud Dance ha^ been got up in  two weeks, and, a subsciiption and  presentation made to .Mr. MilleiS  partner, in one week, should be a  lesson in how to do things.  There is no leason m dela3*s.  The Miller Memorial fiasco h,i��j  been good only "for casting* doubti  on the integrity of tho-jC who were  expected to be responsible for its  fulfilment.  We hope to see the early seltle-  me it of thi-> question.  'Yours, io~r Peace in Camp,  Cha'ilcs Gairns,  Sec. W.RM.  -.- p^i k=    pi?\ n #\ -T^ t^> T?t f rrc: Pn> -a/  li iii L-. i<^   tej? u. O" '-<��..��� v^  V ..i-:.^ y  i  j-   .   ,i ��� "  ���7l!  - A.  *-i-1  V/li-lam BocR,      Proorietor.  ' First CL  Service,  Prices  Moderate.  -?-*-��� * if *-*-*-* * ���-��-����� -* ��-�� *-*-*-* �� �� * ������'? G H~*-+ * <  y  H. E. BROWN & CO.    '  ?>;'��.����}���)?*re t�� ��. tt. nish*rdt*ft  LATEST STYLES IN GKNT'S FURNISHINGS'  _ _DHV "G0CD3, CARPKT.3, HOUSE' FURNISHINGS,  GOLD SEAL HIP GU.M BOOTS>ND SHOES,  i-ULL link oi; mi:;e:is gloves and .mitts.  fc3TOI��ES AT A'lLI^ A^I> DISCOVERY.  ' 1-  ^1  II  "A 9  ' '*  H S/ ti/      W   . & a ��j V O i�� -i v ^r J  tfrv.--*J'     O     l>   i-'-'i!������ �� '�����'"?     S-��.ll-'t._>      '^S/<^t^aJ^.'^J^,u    i,jS��%��       IS J  %j)d   l>3a  \*S?^...   dr^ly    c.    \J/kJ jI^l.   -^M'I   (*i.��U4<J    .���> u u.   'JZit   t��*ry*iZ���*.?       w*       iuJ"  EACCtited Chr;?.ply, Prompily arid Satisfactorily.  THE CLAIM OFFICE.  ,<*-?,�� P-"^   A   >T,tr>''^l!>','9C?       B-^   a   ���> r  ��  ^  eiocl  ��si  anc��  /  ���'5  1  M."  H-  I , '     b  ATLIN,    B#l C. ���   SATURDAY   , MARCH 7, 1908.  \\fcs  Local and General News.  The Temperatures for the  Week  Ending February the 21 th 1908.  max.  min.  0  15th    10.0  -7  16th      7.0  -11  ,  ��� T 7 til      2S.O  -3  ���  i8tb'   34.5  18.0  19th    35.0  i5-o  , 20th    37.0  33-o  -  2ISt      38.O  33-o   ,.  Edition deLuxe, Illustrated -  "Songs of a Sourdough"  $2.00 each'at C.R.Bourne's.  The Douglas News says that the  prospective Smelters "are becoming  so thick about Skagway aud White  Horse that tbe smoke obscures tbe  Sun !  If the quality of chefs is anyways  in ratio to their length, ,the Beavis  crew ought not to have any complaints coming.  , A new line of Photo Post Cards;  scenic, comic,' otherwise, lo suit  all tastes at  C.R. Bourne's  5 NOTICE. 1  \ Correspondence must reach<  J>this Office not later than midday��  ^Tuesday of each week, and short!  ^Notices, not later than Thurs-  Jday evenings.  Protect Your Eyes !  Coloured snow glasses  50 cents  a pair al" Bourne's.  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  FIRST-CLASS DINING ROOM  GOOD CLEAN ROOMS  ONLY  THE   BEST GOODS  USED AT THE KA.K.  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor  Ask at your Library for  'The Love Story   of Giraidus.'  A  Romance of the Twelfth Century  BYT    -  Alice Cuntunghame.  For Sale By Tender.  Royal North West Mounted   Police stern  wheel   steamer   Vidette,  American bottom, now on the ways  at White Horse, Yukon Territory.  Particulars :���  Hull, Douglas fir throughout, 98  feet over all.  Beam, 18 feet over all.  Draft,[3 feet.  Gross tonnage, 134.  Net tonnage, 67. v "  Two engines, 60 horse -power  each, non-conclensing, 9 inch cylinders,-^ feet 3 inch stroke of piston.  .Boiler, shell or��flue type,   intern-'  ally fired, made in j 905.-   -  House, cedar,;i8,bunks.  Dining room, 14x11 and large  galley.   , 1  Also :���  ' ,  Two launches, particulars of  which are as follows :���  Alco Vapor Launch, Jessie;    ^  .Length oyer all, 50 feel." '  Beam,. 10 feet 10 inches.  Drafts 3 feet 9 inches.  , Decked fore and aft leavirrg cockpit 34 feet long.      Seating room,for.  20 people.  . Frame, oak.  ,   Sheeting, cedar.-  Engines, Alco Vapor, 12 h.p.  Single propellor.  Fuel,��coal oil.  Speed^'about  four  miles  against  average current.*  Alco Vapor Launch, Tagisb,   '  Length over all, 28 feet.  Beam, 5 feet 6 inches.  Draft, 3 "feet.  Decked fore and aft leaving cockpit t6 feet. Seating room for 8  persons.  Frame, oak.  Sheeting, cedar.  Engine, Alco Vapor, 7 h.p.  Single propellor.  Fuel, coal oil.  Speed when engines are in good  order, about 7 miles against an average current.  .   Tenders to close at noon Monday  March 16th. 190S.  The highest, of any tender, not  necessarily accepted.  No payment will be made to any  newspaper publishing this advertisement without proper authority.  Address tenders to  Z. T. Wood.  Assistant Commissioner,  R. N. W. M. P.,  Dawson, Y./P.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  B. C.   COAST   SERVICE.  Princess   May -  *    "     '   MAR. 18 28.  Sailing from Skagway 0 p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver  and "'Victoria.  Transporting by rail or Rtenmer to Sent'tlo wltlioiit extra clinrfro  STOP-OVERS  ALLOWED.  Ticltots to any part of tlio world., -p     -l-"-     ttj      t -i  For rates or information apply to,  Jf .   Jt" .     VV .    JL/OWlC,  '. ,        '      s Auont, SIcnRway,  O  <S>�� ��'��'�������������������>�������.>������������������ $,<^+-+-��-��'i  USE OUR ADVERTISING  .    COLUMNS  Placing before the public  the many advantages oi  the district.is the object of  This cannot be successfully accomplished without the generous support of  the  business  people and  the residents.  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  ���S>-o ��� ��� �� ��� * ��-�� timet ��-o ****** *<$><$���*  1-  BARBER SHOP.  J. W. THOMPSON, Prop.  I'JKST-CI,ASS SERVICE ONLY  Get a copy of the illustrated  edition " Songs of a Sourdough",  a few left at Bourne's.  Latest novels aud magazines  in living eiieh mail at"  C li. lioui-.u--.  Ornamental Good*  Win- v;mi out wits iror c.ax cr.i -ioous as ciip.ai' iilhe'  Atliii, Wuyset anil   Grape   Rim ����� nnd all kinds of  Jemclr.v maini  fcii-tin.-d on +ho iin-niUe^.  l-'ino   Nnv  Stci-lt   ���f   VY'sicfces,   Clocks,  Jewelry   nml    Diamonds  Wntihos from -?.*i.00 up. Aucntn for Columbia Gramophones.  SSii-rerware, Cui&lns?, Harid l-aini-ed China, Souvenir Spcon  Sis  J' *      S-il^i! ������> ���? 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