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 ft&c#*M  w-  %  y.y,  W**-Mn\*Su^./  ^  VOL. 26.  ATLIN,  B. C, SATURDAY.   MARCH zr, igo3.  ill?  NC. 452  OUR APPEAL. FOR SUPPORT ANSWERED BY  6  NEW  SUBS !  "WE THANK THEM.  tf>  ���. ^  .TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting 1Nev/s  -From Many Quarters.  [ai'XOIAL.TO THE  OIiAlM.l     ���  '*   Special Telegrams to th* Claim.  ���    Mar: 19th. 1908.  e^ .tean  ed at Hayth  Germany send Warships. -  The government of General Nord  Alexis was hot after General Firman aud about ioo othei _ revolutionary refugees, but they sought  the protection of the French, who  "aided their escape ou condition that  they would not return while the  present government is in power.  The situation between the Hay-  tian Government and France, owing  to rhe action of the French Consul  in aiding the refugees, has become  most acute.  The French Legation at Port au  Piince  is menaced.  A general massacre of the white  residents is feared."- ---'   - "~" ^r.-.-j-j?:,  G leaf Britain, France, and.Gei-  mauy have sent warships to protect  theii subjects, and interests there.  It will be remembered that Alexis  sought similar piolection - of the  Fiench when h,e himself was a revo-  luuonist.  jpriiice of Wales ��o visit  When the Prince of Wales comes  10 the Quebec Tercentenary it is  officially announced from London  that lie will not vUii any other  points.  C.P.R. Express  Several Injured.  a  Kenora Onl  :--  The east-bound expiess from  YaiKO'.ivei ran into a fi eight engine on the siding at liagle River.  l'luee Colonist cars weie precipitated down a 20 foot eiibaiikmi.-tit.  Xo lives were lost but four  pass  engers were seriously injured and  twenty others received cuts and  bruises.  '  Portland Flooded. -.  Main'Street Under Water.  Oregon, aud Washington are experiencing the worst floods known  for yearsr^  -Many of the towns are flooded,  forcing the people to seek safety on  the hills.  . _Twp bridges have been swept  away at Walla - Walla and other  serious damage done.     '   ,  The main - slieel' of Portland is  under v.dier and business is practically at a standstill. ,  In the wmestat Dublin for-the  heavy-weight Championship of the  World there -was" practically only  one blow struck".  <Roche was knocked out in little  more than a minute by a short right  right hook under the jaw.  Roche went down, lulled over on  his face and was counted out.  Burns is willing to give him another chance if inducements are big  enough.  I  Bins?  c  Judge recommends it be  Harry Orchard was sentenced to  be hanged.  Judge Wood lecoinniended that  the sentence be commuted,, lo life  imprisonment.  (Did the Judge think hanging  was too good for him ?)  Gold Strike on Find-  lay River.  Fabulous values reported  The Hi.dson Hay Officials confirm the -lory ol a great gr-ld-strike  in the Frndlay iiiver I)i-irict,  '- Hundreds of people aie gatnei-  ing.at -Edmonton lo go there in the  Spring.        ,  Stories of fabulous strikes are reported.  (We would advise that.not too  much ciedence be placed in the  above.)  Fd.  out over  The principal terms in the agreement between Japan aud China over  the Tatsu Mam affair 7are as follows : ,    .  China agrees lo punish her Offic-  C  ers who lowered the Japanese Flag.  Will send one of her warships to  fire a salute as the flag is re-hoisted  The Talsu Maru is to be leleased  at once."  China has agreed t > purchase the  anas r��nd; ammunition seized and  settle for demurrage.  -  So  By our Discovery, Correspondent.  (ESIGN.  PART OF FLEET TO VISIT  VANCOUVER.  A-message from Washington says  that part of 'the American Fleet  will visit Vancouver but no date  has yet been fixed.  Admiral Evans has resigned owing, ic is said, to ill health.  Rear Admiral Sperr}' takes command of the Meet which is now lying off Magdalena Bay.  lot at  ir baring.  Two Killed Several  The arrival of the non-union miners at Fairbanks caused a riot.  Two men were killed and several  wounded.  The .strikers, who have been quiet  and orderly became worked up at  the sight of the 'scabs' who came  up from .Seattle  Shamrock and rye were  much in ,  evidence this week-   ,  Mr.Ayres, and family, of Minne- ,  apolis, arrived last week;   although  this is their first appearance  above  the 53rd.,  we welcome, them,   wishs  therii luck   and'   large   chunks., of  prosperity- t  Mrs Bender, of real estate fame,  has purchased the Boudreau bread  plant on First Avenue. , ��� ,  "We got a "wireless" last week  from "Guggie" to the effect "that  the steam shovel would run, and,  that the manager^ would be bald  headed; consequently, Hans, the  cord-wood magnate is smiling, aud  Billycock of the Bon Ton Barber's  Shop has 400 bottles of Herpicide  on-the way.  i^,  We are pleased to learn that  Andy Carlson, of Spruce Creek,has  recovered from the'blood poisoning  in his arm, and is at work again.  This should settle, a much  discussed question.  Charlie McCullum, the hunter  aud trapper, came into Town last  week bringing wilh him the skin of  a she bear which he found in her  den.  Seeing a small hole in the snow,  from which steam rvas issuing, lie  shovelled down five feet and then  could see the bear curled up under  the roots of a tree.  After a deal ol prodding, she  came out and he shot her, only to  find out too late that she had two  little cubs which were only about a  week old and did not have their  eyes open.  He brings in the same report as  everyone else Hhis winter ��� very  lit lie fur.  DONT    OVERLOOK    THE  A TUN   CARNIVAL.  >���-.  ,1  .- >  I  '    J'  ��1>  '  p|  *      Ci I  M  -I'  i  j  A  Vi  y rPF  -*/-���'���<,  ATLIN,   B. C.,    SATURDAY,   MARCH ai, 1908.  !c  IV'  The Atlin Claim;  THE ATLIN CLAIA1 is published every satu/iday  monriiNc.     mailed   rncz   to   any   paht of tht  WORLD   FOR   00    CENTO     PEft   MONTH;    $6.00    PER  Y*AR.      AflVCnTISINC MATES :  fl.OO PtHIMCH EACH  irciKmion: neADiNG notices, ao cento a line.  CrcCIAL   HATCtt    ON    APPLICATION.  ���*c*  JOB PRINTING :  eiLL-HKAftO, rORTERS, V-'ICITIMO   CAHDO  *  LCTTffn-HEADS, PROGRAMMES,       ETC., tTC.  ORDERS   PROMPTLY   EXLCUTEU,  PFIICE1   MODERATE.  Tub Atjgiw Claim PujibieHiNO Co., Ltd.  Hubert Faulkner.  MANAGER & JlJJlTOH.  Ss Mr. Sloan Sincere?  Whatever else may be overlooked,-  ' there is one thing which a candidate (Liberal or Conservative) who  hopes to represent the people of this  District,' in either the Provincial,- or  Dominion House, must be sound  on; that is,, his unanimity with the  voters on the Asiatic question: - -the  feeling here has always been very  pronounced, - anti-Jap - and as,we  "shall always do all ih our power to  help in keeping this Camp free from  Japs, we feel it our duty to point  the stand that Mr. Sloan, bur present representative at Ottawa, has  taken in the matter, in view of the  fact that a Federal Election will  take place shortly. ��� .  'It appears to us that Mr. Sloan  has a duty to perform' to his .sup-  poiters here, and that is to explain  his silence in the'House at the time  of the, debate on the question of.  Canada being made party to tbe  Treat}' between Great Biitain and  Japan, wheu that Treaty plainly  stated :��� That the subjects of  each of the two contracting parties  (Canada and Japan) shall have full  liberty to enter, tiavel, or reside in  any part of the Dominions and Possessions of the -other contracting  party, and shall enjoy full protection for their personal property.  'Now at that, time Mr. Sloan  knew perfectly well the feeling in  his constituency against the Japanese being allowed to come and compete in the labour market with  white men, and must have known  that he was violating the trust reposed in him by the people of British Columbia, by sitting silent, and  complacent, thereby agreeing to' the  proposed alliance, when he should  have been o\\ his feet slreuously  opposing a measure which would  render it possible for this country  to be over-run by Japanese, everyone of whom would be displacing a  white man.  Even if he stood alone, he should  have identified himself as opposed  to any such action on the part of  the Dominion Government, and his  quietism on this vital question is  one thing which he will have to  very salislactorily explain when he  comes to request his return by this  electorate.  It looks to us as though he will  have a hard task, for he must not  think that he can point to his  lengthy oration, which he delivered  in the House on the Asiatic question less than three months ago,aud  the strength of that one effort,.���  made when too lateto be efficacious,  except, perhaps, for electioneering  purposes, and, too palpably transparent to have the desired effect in  that direction ��� that he can establish again in the minds of his supporters that same trust in ���him  which was felt when he asked their  support, four years ago.  It is to be hoped that he can dispel these doubts as to his sincerity,  aud, that he will be able to, not  only convince them of his intention  to oppose the employment of Japanese,' but, also," formulate a" feasible'  scheme, which, if adopted, would  obtain this desideratum.  - ���    '?  'O. WHEEL,!!  iroccf&ft  '!��ioiD$  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables  All ways   on   hand  Tragedies of the North.  Some stories thai the "Princess  A'iay's passengers told.  Under these headings, " The  Weekly Globe "-which is published  in Toronto gives a long harrowing  article'on " The harsh law that nature sometimes deals out to those  who brave the wilds beyond the  progressive circle o'f advanced civilization."  ; '       ,'  The article tells how the May  carried two dead bodies, and a maniac, in manacles. One of the dead  men met death, ���" By;, drawing his  gun - just a bit too slow.''- This  did not happen in Canadian territory, and we do " not -wish that  people who have never visited these  Camps-to gel the impression that il  is a lawless region, where all argu-  "ineuts are settled by the bark of a  gun. -  Such is not the case, and, it is  very rarely that an occurance of  the kind is heard of; as a matter of  fact, life aud property are far safer  up-here, away from "Advanced civilization", than in the Cities below  the 53rd. parallel.  The maniac was supposed to have  been driven insane by loneliness;  granting that this was true, and  adding to such cases, deaths caused  by men being frozen, through accidents in the mines, and other violent deaths, then compare the returns of the 'wilds' with those of  "Advanced civilization", aud we  do not hesitate to say, that we will  send fewer to the asylums, and  have a far lower death rate.  It is not fair to this Country that  articles, like the one referred to,  should be written by men who are  ignorant as to the existirrg conditions, for anyone reading their 'Yellow Journalism' would be quite justified in giving this region a wide  berth.  ���The Iron--Store,  first 'Straet.  &^��<<MV"^r^��tftf.^��#.^  KONRAD  W A WRECK A,   MANAGER.  irewera  ffiffSSS  ,ofe"0  THOSE-WHO PURCHASE NORTHERN BREWING  ���C0. BEER IN" PREFERENCE'TO BRANDS TI-J.AT--  ARE SHIPPED-IN, ARE'HELPING TO SUPPORT  ���  A HOME INSTITUTION AND HOME LABOR.'  ASK FOR NORTHERN BREWING CO. BEER, .THE BEER  THAT IS BREWED IN'ATLlN, B. C,  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY-FILLED.  I  ��� ��� *  DIXON   &.   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  m'  IL  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT  CIICICCbT, WINES, LIQUORS ANU CIGAliS  IN   CONNECTION.  CASE GOODS A   SI'LCIALH.  Board of Trade Meeting.  The Monthly Meeting was held  011 Thursday the 12th. inst.  Present :- Capt. Hathorn in the  Chair, J.A. Kramer, F.W.Dowling,  W G.Paxton, D I-I.McDonald, Jules  Eggert, H.Faulkner, and O.F.Con-  ley.  Mr. R.B.Anderson's resignation  say, that, the sentiments expie.ssed ; as Secretary was read and accepled,  i-i that speech are typical of his feel-  a vote of thanks being proposed   by  ing.s'in ���'. s  matter,   imagining  on  Corner Pearl and First Streets,  Atlin, B. C.  Mr. Eggert.  i  A Reliable Local SVesivan  for  Atlin  and adjoining count: y  to represent  CANADA'S GREATEST  NURSERIES.  (850 Acre--; )  Trees grown on limestone swiiare  the light tiees for British Columbia  planting; much hardier aud longer  lived than Coast trees. We have  1 he-111 tbe right size and age.  A permanent situation   to   right  party.       Territory   reserved;    pa-,  weeklv       Free Outfit.       Write i'o.'  particulars  vSTONK & WELLINGTON  Foiilhill Nurseries  (Licensed by B.C. Government")  Toronto Untur.u.  -','!  1  fl  &  '"���* ~#  [it  ATLIN,   B.  C, SATURDAY, MARCH zi, 1908.  .X  r-r  Mr. Co:j^ was voted to act as  Secretary pro tern. After the-or-  dui.iry business, the Chairman' read  the coirespondence from Mr. Sloan,  .Mr. Lowe, Mr. Berdoe and Mr.Fia'-  ser in answer to communications  from the Boaid. Both Mr. Sloan's  and .Mr. Lowe's letters were/Very  favourable 10 thai portion of the  road from Careross to the lYovin-  ch.l-rbouiidary -being built by the  Yukon Government: Commissioner  Hendeisou has been coniinunicaled  wilh'lrom Ottawa, asking him lo  endeavour to meet the ui*he.s of the  Atlin Board.   ,  Mr. Berdoe's letter .stated- that  his Company could not consider a  redirction of freight rates, as, this  branch ol theii system does not pay.  Father Allaid, being present, asked the'Board to use its'influence  with The'Dominion Government, to  obtain a-granl for the Indian School  ��� *$A committee was appointed to  confer wilh Father Allard, and to  drait a letter-ito the: Board,, which  be lor warded to the'Minister of. the  Interioi at Ottawa.  St.  Patrick's  Day  Entertainment.  s The vaned pjogramma which  was'carried out with s'uch success'  last Tuebda}- 'evening, reflects ihe  greatct credit on all concerned.    -  The Hall, in the Grand Hotel,  where the Entertainment was held  looked very well, and,, although it  has a large seating capacity, theie  were many who had to stand. In  spite of the cold weather,1 25 or 30  came down from Discovery, and in  addition to the Atlin. ladies, who  turned out 111 full strength, evenin-  cludiiig Miss Ross, we weie pleased  to notice Miss McKay, Mrs Paul  Eggert, Miss Sterling, Mrs Wrong,  Mrs Roxbotough, Mrs Callaghau,  Mr j Morrison and Mrs Neved  The Hall was full when the  1 Chairman, Mi. Frank Dowiiug  started proceedings with a short,  but elTective speech, which he concluded, by announcing, A Medley  ofliishAiis by Mrs.. Costigan at  the piano, aud Tom Hanna" on the  violin, 'i his item started one of  the best performances that have  been seen in Atlin for a very long  time. One ol the 'Irish Nobility'  next took up the 1 mining, when  Mr. Jack Molloy teciled "The top  o' ihe morning" this is the liist  time we have heard Jack in public,  and h .pe it will not oe the last.  Mrs Costigan, '"accompanied on  the piano by Miss Pillman, and on  the violin by Tom Hanna, charmed  llie audience by singing " I'lie  Shamrock." Mrs Harry Brown,  whose ability on the Stage has been  so thoroughly demonstrated this  winter, gave us a recitation on Philosophy in general, and flic Sun in  paiticular. It was very amusing,  and called forth warm applaus.  Our local Chameleon was next  on the pi'ogiamiue, aud is just as  adaptable to either tile green, or a  lanan; he appeais to be jusi as  happily'humorous whether AlcPax-  tou in the kilts, or, O' Paxton wilh  the shillalah. He gave us a song,  ihe vMirds of which   were   his  own  composition, and'dealt with lb* lo-  c��"l Curling news, and CiiiItit in a  very amusing manner. Our Spoiling Edrtor especially wishes to oifef  him a vote of thanks for relieving  him of the necessity of writing any  ���spotting noles in this is->ue.  A Sketch followed, in which  Messrs. Stokes, Duiilap, Kilpltiick  Fox and Giant took part. These  geulleuien-are'all newly discovered  stars in the Ailin firmament, and  5111 cly shone with great brilliancy.  W e Icain that the Sketch was  composed, and all the details cni-  -jed out, even to the making ol the  coslumesdc by the artists themselves, under the guidance 'ot (Mi.  Stokes. All wc can say, is, that it  reflected the greatest credit on them  and if they woiked hard, it was for  a good cause, and success crowned  their effoits. ' We are not going to  individualize^ because they were all  good, and ue have not Ihe space lo  lake each character sepaiately.  ' After'Tom Hanna had'' given -us  a Violin Solo, which was very creditably rendered, theie'was an interval of 15 'minutes,  c In the second half, -Tom White  led off with an Irish Jig"," he is" remarkably liglu on his leet, and  made a very'.good imitation of the  reai"thing. He was followed by  Messrs. Williams and Cartniel,"wh<>  sang " Cime back lo Erin " these  gentlemen sing together admirably,  and the song was quite a treat.  .Miss Molyneaux came in for -her  share of-applause by reciting " The  Low Backed Car. " Messrs. Fox  and Stokes appeared next in'a short  sketch, in which many local hits  were made, finishing up with a song  and "dance.        '_ ���  Doc. Harrison brought on a'Ban-  jo, and after amusing the audience  with a little ventiiloquism,in,which  he was ably assisted by George  Bidding ! he sang us a-comic song,  accompanying himself.  " I'm so shy darling, pull down  the bhud " sung very well by Air.  Stokes, received a well deserved encore: Jimmy's'vocal .efforts were a  surprise to main who weie not in  the know, and ,he is certainly a  greal acquisition.  Mr. Archer ably recited a poem  by R.W.Service, entitled "Dangerous Dan McGru", aud was followed by Billy Bock singing 'Killaloo'  to the accompanyment of Miss  Molyneaux, and was recalled to  give another verse.  Mr. Stokes sang again, and after  a few minutes interval the cut tain  rde foi auothei Sketch, ably acted  b> Mrs Brown, Mrs Costigan, and  Messrs. Paxlou, Ruffner and'. Cou-  ley. This very funny, and remarkably well performed Farce brought  this most successful entertainment  to a close. ��� After singing the  National Anthem, refreshments  were served and dancing indulged  in till about 2 30 a.m., when it was  agreed to terminate a most enjoyable evening's amusement.  Special thanks are due to Messrs'.-  Conley, Molyneaux and Webster,  on whom devolved most of the hard  work, in connection 'with the Hall  and the refreshmetris.  The proceeds, which amount to  $io5-75 "'ill be.giveu to the Hospital. ,,      -.  ��� ��fee At Biro meat market��  FEESH  DRESSED  MEATS  imrrrrr ���:nif<'"rT,-~,���'^r*,��.���azmaxva/z.'MiK.ur,Mnrmuncnu-jcuavsBXstsvxic  POULTRY, OF  ALL KINDS,  ON HAND,  nmn*frr"rnnTriT>n 11   iwi��� uim  11 iimi i 11 wntn��� 11 1 ��� mm in ���iiinmwiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiMiw  J '     4  -   , L. S c h u i 1.  MUX,    JlAMPtOW'  JAME*    DURIIC  {l      %    -  DISCOVERY < B.   O. -  ',    The Bar Is Stocked with Choice Good3  First Class Dining, Room In Connection.  HjSADQUATEfcS FOR  DIXON  & ScmJI,Z STAGE.  the 'Discovery  William Bock,.'   Proprietor.  First, Class  Service,  Prices  Moderate.  fl. E. BROWN- & CO.  JUST    ARRIVED i  MENS- NECKWARE & CLOTHING, LATEST STYLE-  BOOTS SHOES & RUBBERS.    LADIES'SKIRTS,  SHIRT-WAISTS COLLARS ETC. LADIES WHITE  -'     CANVAS SHOES & TENNIS SHOES.  Stores at atlin and discovery:  ���HI SHUSH  dels Printing and (Bomm&relaB Work.  Cards, Posters, and Hasad ISHIss   <* '<*  Executed Cheaply, Promptly and Satisfactorily.  THE CLAIM OFFICE.  3TA3XTCY dress  PRIZES  7&  , 1  . -I  x  \'-<t  * 1  TVt AR. Sth.  A.rVXjI7S! K1.\JC.  J  #' ?>'  ATLIN,    B. -, C.      SATURDAY      MARCH 21, 1908.  Local and Geneva! News.  The Temperatures for the  Week  Knding   March   Ihe   20 tiVicjoS.  max.  mm.  -  I4U1  -6 '  -14  15th  3-o  -13  16th  i3-o,  -8  17 Hi  15.0  -16  18th '  30.0  -4  19th  38.0  28.0  , 20th  3S.0     -  24.0  Latest ' novels    and     magazines  at  C: R. Bournes.  arriving each mail at  Henry Nicholson left on Monday  for Dawson.    ,  'Nic' is well known here, and the  better he's known, the better he's  liked. '  It is said that he is going to work  for the 'Guggies'; we wish hini hick  wherever he goes.  o  The Beavis lyUne.  We are glad lo hear that��everything is going well with this property.  Three shifts are working regularly.  ��� The shaft is down about  seventy  feet.'  The rock looks good, and Jack  says they have got a mine there.  R. N. W. M. P. Boys are allright  .Send thern   along   again  Major  when you have   nothing   else   for  them to do.  1 r  A new line of Photo Post Cards,  scenic, comic, otherwise, to suit-  all tastes at '  C.R. Bourne's  We are very yleased to  welcome  Mrs Eraser back again to Camp.  \  NOTICE.  Correspondence    must    reach|  this Office not later than midday|>  Tuesday of each week, and short-  Notices, not  later  than  Thurs  day evenings.  Protect Your Eyes !  Coloured snow glasses  50  cenls  a pair at Bourne's.  Ask at your Library for  'The Love Story   of Giraldus."  A   Romance of Ihe Twelfth Century  BY  Alice Cunmnghame.  Billy, or "Four Crown" Brown,  who was well known in this Camp,  is living down near Bakersville Cal.  and is about to get married ! !  Can anj'- of you picture Billy  doing the- nursing act ? Well here's  luck to him anyway.  On the 17th. the Irish brigade  made it their business to see to" the  wearing of the green. ,  ��� Any unfortunate individual who  was caught without the colours,  was hauled,before' the judge, arrd  had to hit tiie green label.  .a  ��� More bottles were punished than  individuals.  Some of the punishment took  effect on the following day.  Fresh assortment Lowney's  'creams and chocolate nuts at  C: R. Bourne. _,  The Majesty of the Law, represented by His Honor Judge Little-  doc, _was clothed in ermine and fine  linen. ��� "t>  Counsel for the prosecution wore  the badge (at least we have his assurance to that effect) if his 'robes'  had been, disarranged much more  we should have had an opportunity  of verifying his statement.  <���    Edition deLuxe, Illustrated ��� '  "Songs of a Sourdough "  $2.00 each-at C.R.Bourne's.  What the Irish wanted to know,  the day after, was - where will E.  J. Burke go to when he dies.  Get a copy of the illustrated  edition " Songs of a Sourdough ",'  a few leftat Bourne's.    '  Tuesday's Stage brought in Mr.,  J. Markrud, and four others who  left here on Thursday morning with  the Telegraph Creek mail carrier.  - Six men mushed in over the Car-  cross trail, arriving here Sunday.  They came from Douglas Island.  WANTED!  Responsible parly to act as sole  i'.gent for patented article of merit,  exclusive territory to right party.  Address :���-  W. L. H.  100 Clark St.  Portland, Me.  U.S.A.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  B. C.   COAST   SERVICE.  ay  Sailing from Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver  and Victoria.  Trniuportlnjc by rail'or steamer to Scuttle wllliont. extra elinrao  STOP-OVERS   ALLOWliD.  Tiolccts to any part of tiie world.  Jfor rntes or  Information Apply lo    t1.   JC.     W.    JL-OWle,'  ,       Ajretit. Skntfrvny.  ��H  -��<S>���� ��� ���������*  USE OUE ADVERTISING  : ���.. COLUMNS  Placing before the, public  the many advantages of  the district is the object of  This cannot be success-   :  -fully accomplished with-  o  out the generous support of -  i  the business. people and  the residents.  SEND US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION  BARBER  SHOP.  J. W. THOMSON, Prop.  IMRST-CLASS SI.CRVICK ONLY  WllY KI'.NII  OUT  WHfiN   VDI1  CAN  ��!KT GOODS  AO CMBAl' IIISIHS /      '  Atlin,  Nucjget and    Grope   Rinc-=   nnd all liimls of  Je-n-olry mnnii  fiustiii'iMl on llii' pi-cinlt.i".,  Kliic Ni'iv  Stock  <if   Watches,   Cieclts,  Jewelry   nnd    Diamondu  Wiitehi'H from fri.lld up. A.-.'Ciits for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware,!.Cul viiass, Wand Painted China, Souvenir Spoon  [Ji��S EOGEiHT & SON, awn and jmscovkry,  sBf��ty i>cp��it vault.       Wdicnaialters and Manufacturing Jew *.rs  ���Sfi  *��� 1}  *zs3<


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