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 /;  "y.-'utivd Asse  CLA  /  3  >  VOL. J4.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,    MAY    ig,   .906.  'NO. 35S  TELEGRAPHIC.  TRAIN ROBBERS  ARE CAPTURED.  Committed   For*" Trial at the  Preliminary Hearing.  MAIL CLERK IDENTIFIED EDWARDS.  Detectives say Highwayman Leader  is Notorious Bill Miner.  Provincial Police Made Capture-  Search Parties are Called in���  Revolutionists Hung1 Father  Gapon���Turkish - Troops Were  Withdrawn ��� Fire Insurance  Companies Will Pay���Doing's  in Russian Lower House.  [Sl'KCIATj TO THE CHAIN.]  Kamloops, B. C, May 16.���The  three highwaymen who held-up and  robbed a Canadian Pacific passenger  train near this town on the morning  of Wednesday, May gth, were captured on Monday afternoon by a  posse of mounted provincial police  under Sergeant Wilson about a mile  from ���-���Douglas lake -.and-- were immediately "brought to Kamloops  and lodged in'jail. During a brief  desperate ' fight', which they put up  before surrendering one' of the rob:  bers was wounded' in the leg by a  rifle ball. Tlieleader of the highwaymen gives, his name as being  George Edwards, but the detectives  claim that he is none other than  the notorious Bill Miner who is  wanted for complicity in holding-up  and robbing the same train in September,- 1904. The other two highwaymen give the names of William  (SB  Dunn and Lewes Colquhoun. Tlie  three men claim to be' prospectors  and deny all knowledge of the late  hold-up. Both Dunn and Jidwards  correspond in every detail with the  descriptions given of two of the men  who perpetrated the hold-up and  some articles which were found in  their possession when searched are  said to have been taken from the  mail car at the time of the robbery.  Ozerki, Finland, May 17.���The  funeral of Father Gapon, whose  dead body was found hanging in a  house in the suburbs'of this cit}' on  Monday, took place Wednesday  afternoon. It is the general belief  that Father Gapon was put tcdeath  by the leaders of the revolutionists  as it is known that they had concluded that he' had become a traitor  to the revolutionary cause. .  New York, May 28. ��� Arrangements have been' completed .'for  Jimmie Britt and Terry McGovern  to fight , a ten-round bout at the  Madison Square Gardens on the  28th of May.  Warsaw, Ma}' 17.���Police Captain Conslantieff was killed on Wednesday by the explosion of a'bomb  which was thrown at him while  standing ��� in the street. Two ��� bystanders-were also killed' and- seven  other persons'were 'severely injured  by fragments of the bonib', which"  exploded with great' force. ��� The  assassin was shot dead-by'Soldiers  while trying to make his escape: ���  Montreal, May 17.���A- wrestling  match which was . taking place.in  this city on Wednesday evening between Gotch and Pietro terminated  in a rough house and police inter-,  ference. Over three thousand spee;  tators  were  present and they were  about-, equally divided into two  wildly'partisan factions. The tiou-  ble was started by Gotch digging  his knuckles into Pietro's .throat  and pulling his mustache. ,  ' Constantinople, May 17.���The  .Sultan's government has complied  with the recent British ultimatum  and ;all the Turkish troops have  been withdrawn from the district of  Tabah.- ���'  _ San.. Francisco, May 17.���The  insurance companies will settle all  the losses which were incurred by  the recent disastrous earthquakes  and fires in this 'city, in their own  way, each company acting for itself  and according -to the'contracts embodied in its policies as-issued.  . All the savings banks which were  burned out during the ��� fire will be  re-opened for business in temporary  quarters on the- 2Sth'inst. The  officials of the different banks declare that-their institutions are in  excellent condition financially.  A plan is being promulgated , by  New York financiers with the purpose of loaning $100,000,000 for the  re-building -of the business section  of this city.  Ottawa, May-17.���An order in  council-has been passed appointing  Hon.'-rJas-., Ditnsmuir -as the next-  Lt.-Gov.ernor of British Columbia.  'St. Petersburg,' May 17.���In the  lower house yesterday Semi'noff, a  revolutionist", declared that'the reply  to the speech froni the- throne- was  too week. To cries of."laud and  freedom" he answered that, the people who sent hiui'-'to parliament-did  not have land and liberty. He also  announced that- the peasants of the  country have .become so revolutionary that only a spark is required to  B3ESQE  KBS  SBSS9S2BSSSEI  APPLICATIONS   FOR   LIQUOR   LICENCES.  A Meeting of the Board of Licence Commissioners for the "Atlin Licence District"  will be held in the Court House, Atlin, B. C, on Friday, June 15th, 1906, at 10  a. m., to consider the granting of the following Applications:  Name of Applicant.  Haslctl, Junto-,'   Kirklaml, John  Johnston, Samuel..  Rosselll. lv ......  Dixon & Schulz.  Sclinlz & Hampton....  Giilurnu, A. Ii   Millur & McLaren   Ni.ssen, Christian   Queen', E. P '..  Sands,  lidwurd   McDonald, Daniel   Kox borough, John   Joyce, Frank   Clurh, Jumcs.   Tugwoll, Thomas...   Hiuehcliffe, lilizubeth.  Iteid.O.P   McDonald. A.it   Aiideruoii,  W. A   Description of Licence.  ....Keaesvnl of Hotel....  .... do . <I<i ....  ....       do do        ....  ....       do do        ....  Locality of Promises Sought to bo Licenced  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  I,eland Hotel, Pearl Avenue, Atlin, li. C.  Kirhlaud Hotel, Kirst Street,   '     do  Vuncouver Hotel,      do do  Kootenny Hotel, corner First Street nnd   Truinor  Avenue,  Atlin, 11. 0.  Koyal    Hotel,    corner    Ji'irst    Street  Atlin, It. C.  NiiKKCt Hotel, Main Street, Discovery,  and   Pearl  Avenue,  jB. C. Hotel, do do  : Balmoral Hotel,        do do  Gold House, do { do  ; Koyal Hotel. do do  ; Pine Tree Hotel,      do do  j Arctic Hotel, do Bennett, B. C.  j Surprise Lake Hotel, Surprise Lake, B. C...  Summit Hotel, White Pass Summit, 13. C.  i Half-Way House, HulMVny House, B. C.  I Lou Cabin Hotel, Lojf Cabin, B. C.  Dawson Hotel, Taku, li. C.  '  Stickiue Hotel, Tolegrapli Creek, B. C.  Boundary Hotel, Wyntown, B. C.  Lake View Hotel, Wyntown, II. C.  B. C.  do  do  do  do  do  Atmn, B.C.,.-May i6th, 1906.  WALTER. OWEN, Chikp -Liasscu Inspector.  kindle  the  conflagration   and  that  anarchy  and   destruction   will   assuredly follow if the demands of the;  people are not satisfied immediately.  Several other members of the, house  spoke most passionately in -favor of  the   abolition   of the death penalty,.  saying that the country has already  too   many tombs   and   that blood}'  and   oppressive    government    had'  caused over six  hundred unnecessary and unwarranted executions in  and about this city alone  since last.  December.     One   and   all   of   the  speakers said  that to obtain peace'  aud prosperity in the country these  things must cease.  Kamloops, B. C, May 18.���Sup*  erintendent Hussey of the Provincial  Police is so convinced that the three  prisoners now in jail' here are the'  passenger train hold-up men that he'  has called in all the search parties.  Hussey says he feels sure that they  are the men who' committed the.  hold-up of last week. Mail Clerk  McOuarrie on Wednesday night  positively identified Edwards as the  leader ol the gang. At the preliminary examination held Wednesday,  all three of the men were sentiiip  for trial. '   ���  /      Mining Notes.  j  >  , The   water  in   Pine  creek is 011  the- rise. ,   . -  , .:  ."' 'ThVB." A^D. Co. ha-Ve"a:gaug of  men at-work replacing the upper  stretch of their power.house ditch  with a straight flume.  The water in Otter creek is rais<;  ing, as likewise the various creeks'  tributary to Pine.' t Surprise lake itself show's no perceptible increase.   '  The Spruce Creek Power Company have a number of meii at work  and" will in a few days have their  plant in . shape for the season's  operations. ��� ���  The North Columbia Gold Milling Co., of which J. M. Ruffner is  manager, commenced piping with  two monitors on Tuesday afternoon  at their pits 011 the south side ol  Pine creek.  On Wilson creek Kenneth McLaren and Peter Roco are hard at  work putting in a bed rock drain on  their ground. It is their intention  to cross-cut and prospect the creek  bottom and to tunnel the benches  and thereby prove the worth of the:  creek from a gold producing standpoint.  Work on the N. C. G. M. Company's clam, at Surprise lake is progressing very favorably. Although  considerable, frost was encountered  while excavating, that part of the  work was completed on Tuesday,  since which time the workmen have  been kept busy putting in the mud  sills for the sluice-ways and getting  the foundation started.  The Northern Mines Ltd., R. I.).  Fetherstonhaugh manager, have  this week completed the construction of a wing dam on Spruce creels  to protect their pit and ��� works during high water. The operator- of  the company's steam shovel and an  accountant are expected to arrive  from Vancouver on the first boat.  In the meantime a number of men  arc employed in mining and sluicing-  the rich .draw which extends  through the company's nil. ���'.: ���  4 ATLIN,   B.   C,    SATURDAY,    MAY    19., 1906  The Atlin Claim.  THFi A [ LIN CLAIM ir. PunLlsntD r'vcnv batuiioay  MOFININC.        MAILCO     CHCC     TO    ANY     PATIT   OT   THE  would ron no cents pen month : 13.00 pen  yeah. AnvrrmsiNa mates: s.i.00 pehinch each  ��� NsEnTiON ;  nCAOiNa noticcr. 2g cent:: a linc.  ���    SPCCIAL   RATE3    ON     APPLICATION.  -���o*-- -  .spieoe, or the-man who drives a  tunnel at so much per foot? We  think not. "Credit where credit is  due" is a good motto and will bear  a lot of analyzing. The-greatest  credit that can "be given anyone is  that "he did his duty"���nothing  greater can be said.  \3U\A1m\11m ��� HOOCH  JOB PRINTING :  ILL-HCAOI, '   POSTCRS, VtGiTtNC.    CARDS.  ICTTEn-HL'ADS, PUOOnAMMCS,        ETC..   ETC.  OnDCIIS    PROMPTLY    CXCCUTCD.  PRICES    MODCnATC.'  Tiik Atmn Claim P'uhmshing Co., \/en.  W.    I'oi.Jj.vkp.    (J KANT.  Cihtok-Man.w; ;���:;<.  THE   LABORER   IS -WORTHY  OF HIS  HIRE.  Dr. Young' saw fit to have published in last issue a letter, under  the above heading, dealing with the  tnail service.  It is evident the worthy Dr. wrote  the lettcr'in cjuestion in a hurry and  '   without duly considering���which so  often  happens���the  article in True  CLAur which he was  so anxious to  ,     criticise.       ,-  The article, he complains,''-was  unfair'and ill considered���we join  issue with the Dr. The article under criticism referred to one tiin in  particular and the facts bear out  and justify our remarks.  The Dr., in championing the'mail  service, 'gives us the  history of another trip--a very arduous one with  out doubt���but is the Dr. as   broad  as he desires us to be.    Would it be  fair to judge all trips by the one he  mentions.    We think not  and,'-had  the Dr. no motive other  than  fairness  to the mail service, we feel he  did    neither   justice   to himself nor  Succeeded ' in ��� raising'   higher    the  opinions of our citizens in regard to  our mails.    We hope we appreciate  the Dr's. humor when he mentions  warm stoves���he evidently enjoys a  juost   intimate   acquaintance   with  the article in question.    But, while  on this subject, it would be- as well  to point out a few facts.  When one ��� contracts to do a  certain thing or carry out a known  .undertaking he, if he does not,  should know what is before-him���  the difficulties, the hardship and  the cost, and in making his contract  he is treated���and properly so���as  having taken all these conditions  into consideration. The same rule  should apply to government jobs as  well- as to individual contracts, and  we know of no magic whereby a  government contractor is placed on  an easier footing than that of an  individual���others may; they are  probably in "the know."  It is true that the life of a., mail  carrier is not a bed of roses. It is  equally true that all vocations have  their hardships and trying times-  some more, some less���and so it  will go on till the millennium; but  this is 1906, and while one may  sympathize with- the hardships a  mail carrier has to bear, it must be  always borne in mind that he is the  chooser of the vocation, knowing  full well what he has to expect in  the way of storms and fatigue. If  thus he carries out his contract, for  which he is' paid at his own figure,  is 'there any greater credit due him  than to the sweep who uiiderfa'kes  to clean, our chimneys'for'a dollar]  Some one has  been   looking' up  the past of John Alexander  Dowie,  Elijah   the Restorer, and finds that  hcdias a prison record.     In Australia Dowie served in a convict   gang  with chain and  ball attached to his  ankle.    His   offence  was obtaining  money under false pretences.    After  his liberation he became a preacher,  visited   British  Columbia   and   delivered sermons.     He was then in a  condition   of extreme poverty with  a   wife  and   two small children dependent upon him.    Gladstone, '.he  unkissed, was one of those children.  The family managed .to reach   Chicago   and   a few years afterward lie  developed into a  healer   by prayer.  He prospered and set up a carriage  and pair with a coachman and outriders and arrayed himself in purple  and fine linen.'   Zion  City was   the  product    of   his   energetic   brain.  When his only daughter was fatally  burned by the explosion of a  spirit  lamp   with' the heat of which she  was frizzing her  bangs, -Dowie   refused   to   have a   physician called,  and when she died he declared that  her burning was an  act  of-Divine  judgment,    because  she had disregarded   his   mandate  ^uot   to   use  alcohol in any form.'  Why k'hsii out wnr-.s voi; can c:kt jiooiis as ciikav iikhi:?  Atlin. Nucjaat and    Grape   Rings r��'"l "ll "inns' of Jewelry ninnn  fucturcd on iiif iitviiiiM.1',.  Fine  Now  Stoclt  of   Watches,   Clocks,   Jewelry   nml    Diamonds  Watches fiMin =S"i.Ui up.' AfjenlK fiH-.Ccilnnilii.'i Gramophones.  ���   Silverware, Cut Giafls, (-iatid Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JULES EfiGERT k  Safety  Deposit Vai:!is.  Wat<  'ATl.TN   AND   DISCOVKRV,  hmakers and-Manufacturing Jewelrs.  They   are   Waiting   for   You!  joSFPHSyxa-  IN  Cl_@TlllN���l�� ' **��&* sme�� Dry &*M?*fe,-  EULJ-v  .'9  'DINE    OF ' HOOTS    and    SHOES,  also    GOLD    SEAL    HIP   GUM    BOOTS.  W2  Atlin ���anil  9  .9  ISrCIWlOi   &    CO��9 rOifceorow B. C.  Successors  to J. H. Rschardson.  Canadian  Pacific Railway Company,  ��ci.-u��niii��.*Eii.'i  We  ALASKA    ROUTE   SAILINGS.  .Princess Beatrice  ��� departs   from   Skagway  MssyWtia & S9th, & <Jw���� 8th.<  Snirinjr from Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct   to Vancouver' and Victoria. ....  Trsinspoi'tin-r liy riiU <iv steamer to Seattle without extra eharsrft.  H. B. Dunn,     .   .  ���   A {rent, Slca^a-ir?-  rive f|ni<:!c service.'    No iiMei-itiedinlo e-rnis-.  l?ov riiJes or informal Um n\i'.tzy to  e,  <?>-<>����� ��� <  ��� ���<HS  TI-TJ5    GOLD   -HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  Visitinc  A. F. & A.M.  Regular coinmiiiiieu-  Hons held un the- first  ThnrsUiij- of each inontli  in the A. U. U. W.Hull,  Third Street,  brethren cordially invited  The Reliable Shoemaker,  ��� -   -   -   Discovery. B.C.  C. H. NISSEM,  Proorietor.  h  lEoattuuvtnt in Connection Uiulov  Now unci O:p:ii>!o Muiiu^ement.  L ,* VJ?'T  ���'���   V ��� ~W'V ^H  ^IHMMMHHlMHttt O-t-^^C  ��� �����-�����-���-��-���-���� c �� ��� o t �� ��� ��-��-;>  Ii2ms2��3m^��g3mmm^^8gg3��i^m^^  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  A/,>W^/VW**AAA/^/VSA^A/VVV*^  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly First-Class  Hotel.  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigar's  The Dining-Rootn, under the man-;  agementof Mrs. T. Hiuehcliffe,  furnishes the best meal in town.  Hampton   &.   Durie, Proprietors.  V  A small lx>y, about the size of a  man, bare-footed with  bis   father's  boots on.    He had an empty bag ou  | his   back   containing  2  eight inch  j hydraulic   monitors,   a   bundle   of  ; post holes and a barrel of iagcr beer,  land  was  last seen shovelling wind,  j from the top of Hie   KOOTENAYl  j HOTEL  DINING. ROOMS  with!  J the     intention   of   raising .uwney  enough to go and get a Good Square  Meal   for   -4-bits..       The   Best   in  Town, and Don't You Forget it.  Mr.  a.vo Mrs. E. J. Edwards,  Pkoi'iujctor.s.  \  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  EIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  1   IN  CONNECTION,  Hciiilijuurtcrs for rjlxon's stauol  )  We r.iake  a  specialty  of  our  Sunday  Dinner!  h  ^1  1 i -^ ��t * -  ^J"*-"-t   B"a**^pM#��M^.tam,i  tr��*?1iW*mmi{*r    ^fu^,^.^u>�� 1>  t  ATLIN,   B,  C,   SATURDAY,   Itf/VS?   r9,   *$oS  IN   THE   FIRELIGHT.  The fire ii|inn tin; heiirth islmv.  Anil tiiere i- stillne:!- evcv.vw here.  While liUc winced spirits, here uii'l  (here.  The lii't'llnht hliiiiUiw; innrninrintr so.  And us the kIhiiIows round tne eroep. '  A f'liildisli treble hrealts the ;;lo<>iu,  And .softly from another room  CX-nncs, "Now I Isiy nie iln',vn !o .-lee1,)."  And some-how, with that, little prayer  A.111I that H'.veet- treble in the ears,  .M.v thoughts -jo biu'li 1n disritin S'er.rs  And linjrfi* with a loved nut) there. i  Andiihl hi'iir my eliild's "Allien,��� j  !My mother's fnitli eomes bnelc to hid ���  tji-onehed Hi her side I seem to be,  And mother holds my li/wids iigrrtiu.  Oil, for an lionr in t lint dear place!  *:>li,.f4ir't hi: ptNieo of I hat ilciiriiiiie'!  Oh, lor that childish I rlist sublime!  Oh, for a glimpse of mother's fane!  Yet, as t he. shadows 'round me ereep  J <lc-> not seem to be al Jne ���  And'"Now I hix-nu�� down to sleei>." ��  ���1'hiKt'iii! Kinlil.,'  Serttence   Sewio-na.  ,'��� No one can be thoughtlessly kind.  'The less a  pessimist   knows   the  louder lie roars.  Some people are never pleased  ���unless aggravating others.  The only man who ever understood women has yet to be born.  Don't borrow trouble, If you  ihav'c "the 'habit it'hat bad, borrow  iuoney.  Sometimes it is worth while-being  ���sick just to see how .badly scared  you can -get.  DSd Vosi 'Ever  Wonder-  T-here   has   never    been    found'  among' the remains >of the mysteri  ���ous mound builders of the   western'  ���continent any utensil that could be  regarded   as  a   lamp.    The North;  American Indians who were -found  inhabiting   the  country on  the arrival-of'the ifirst Europeans possessed   no   lamp.    The pine torch was  itheir  only means of  illuminating.  The one lamp that can   claim   the  distinction of being really American  was  the stone lamp of the Eskimo.  When or where inithe   world   the  first lamps weite .made has as yet not  been determined.    Stone lamps and  terra   cctta   lamps of crude design  weie in use thousands of years "ago.  The .lamp of today is a  product   of  the 19th century.���Mining  World.  ' Why-a baby carriage isn'.t known  as a crycy-cle?  Wiry -it is so riuioh carie-r to be  wrong than, it is to be puenuer:-.?  Why some people ��nming��-"to talk;  a   great'deal  wi'l li-casi -flaying   any-i  Ihiiig?  . !  Why so unany,-of out coining men  seem to 'be 'hundicy.ppod  from    the  stait? ,        *  ��� Why the company that issues thej  map has the only cmrveless railroad  thereon?  Why'the.average man invariably;  makes a fool of himself evory itime'  lie tries to act -up?  Why men are nearly always.em-,  barrasscd whemthey propose���either;  fkmnoiailly 'or .��bhurwiser   -  Why so many'men who are anx-'  lions Ho work when siok arc just as:  anxious to avoid it when -welll? I  - Why-some men are not as black!  as .they tire painted .and some are  not as white as, ithey are white-j  washed.���Ex.  GMBHF  "�����  <& fes / <* O 4  Plain   Clothes   Men.  .In a small South American state  which had recently undergone a  ���change of administration the newl  potentate summoned an -artist and-  ordered new designs .for , all thel  dffioial uniforms. '  ���"I wish showy1 costumes���very!  showy,"' be said, "for the peoplei  ��re impressed by them. .1 have;  here some sketches that I myself  have made. Look .them over and:  be guided by -these (ideas as far asi  possible.''"' , ���.  The artist examined'the sketches;  carefully.. j  "This," he -said, turning- thei  pages, "is evidently for the navy1  and this for the army, but, if }'ou,  please, what is this���a long plume-,  on a three cornered hat, yellow-  dress coat trimmed with purple,1  and���"' !  "That," replied the'chieF of stale',  gravely, "is for the secret police."  9  Everybody   Should  Advertise   the   District  When   Writing   to Friends  . By   Using  Great, Reduction's in'Prices at the  vuvu r* nonranN mmk-w ���vr\tnrbfAucrtMM.iw(3U'jur^ rrv?ur��*wv 111*1 wawv��i puujv amm myu'u wj ���mum ��� wuhwimor  At��lin Trading- -Go's, Stores for CASH] -  -<&  <$��� *&��� t& -a?' ���<#��� &   ���  LiR New printed' Price I,ist (which w-etfaave'just-completed))  is now -ready for the month -of May, and, 'if you are  interested in saving money, you-wili"look-one<of them-over l>efore  placing an order elsewhere.  'OUR present Price Ijist will stand-good for-MA��Y, and then on  the 30th of'May we will iwsue another Price List lor June, when we  expect another reduction will take place as we intend to crowd prices  down to the 'lowest possible ' notch and, remember, the quality of the  goods will net be depreciated .in the least. You vcan r-eiy on always  getting -the best goods at'the A. T. Go's.  WE WANT YOUR TRADE;!  And, if you .give us the opportunity, .we will save  *���' .        , you money and guarantee you satisfaction.  ���O  O ,0  JUST   ARRIVED 1���A big stock of GOLD SEAL -Rubber ��oods.  .All 'sizes.  We have a few -sizes 'left >in those MIENS  .$6.50 SUITS which we will close now at  .$6.00. So, if .you..want'a $-12.00 -suit at  J?6.oo, you -can get them at -the -A. X. .Go's.  ^ .j��  &  & &  &��� jt> '   .  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  "VIEWOF ATLIN"  Writing Paper.  <��>.��-��-��-��-�������� ��� ��� -������������������-������<;>���-��� �����-��-��-���-���-���'��� ��� ��� ���  Is to advertise and promote  the   interests   of the  ATLIN DISTRICT!;:  t9*      tfi      t2*  ��f.'  ��� *^^RW!5J^iW^*>WiW^^^  FRESH   DRESSED MEATS,   also  ^POULTRY  OF  ALL KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C. ;DOEUK'ER    Manager.  -SUGCICSSORS "TO-  T.HOMAS  ��&   BENWBLL,  Wholesale Wine  -and Spirit lerchMs*  M&MER'S  Vancouykk.B. C.  P.O. I30X.T02.  MsfWW<fW>*&AW*fkW<f\*<^^  n  k  ..   CAPITAL    PAID  ,UP   ^io.ooojGoo.   '  iRKSJiRVii,' $4,5COiOOo.  Braivches of the Bart'lc -at Jeattie,  San Francisco,  Portia-rod,  'Exchange sold on a'M-Points*  Skagway, ete���  ���OOMD.DUST   P-URCIIASKD���ASSAY   OPFIOli UN -CONNUCTION.  D. R-OSS, Manager.-  t, -  V.rft, I  w  '   'I  I -Sr  "''"-,*' I  /���Yl  'Wi\  m  m  .3:1  31  i-"-%V  ! .������<  1. -<?���  1   -I  1  iminwMiuMiMm  xsrasmn ATLIN,    B. .C,/SATURDAY,    MAY'   19,    zotf.  1 ���.  Locd; Events;  Fresh gard'en and flower seeds  asd onion sei^ai C- R. Bourne s.  The latest magazines and papers  are always on hand at PiUnian.':-*  McDonald";! C'rocery nrakes- a-  specially of fresh eggs and  butter.  Mr. and' Mrs. Plurabe removed ta  McKee Creek UiLs weak.  Mr. Win, Baowu. Mr. Jos. Palmer, Sr., and, Mn. S. Worlelli were  in town this we��b, being witnesses  on some of ike trials before the court.  Souvenir Postals.���Several new  designs just an'i\:ed'alC:'R'.'B'0ur,he's.  Dixon & Schulz stage is- now  making regular trips to and from  Discover}?. Genial Jim Mcllisiuoa  handles, ibe ribbons.  C.   Glave   and. Capt.  Alfexa-nder  Church Concert.  Cap*  left town Sunday evening with the  outbound mail and travelled overland to Tagish lake-.  Mr. Thos. Sageiaaii', who last  week had one of! his legs- brokan at  the thigh and- an aw'-tlie dislocated as  the result of falling from the deck  of the Scotia onto the iae,. is- doing  nicely at the hospital1!.       ���   .-'.  Never lose sight ��f the fact that  I keep on hand at both my Atlin  and Discovery stores complete stocks  ��f heavy and shelE Ijardwaia and  rh.al all orders, whether large- or  . small, are attended le�����J,. T. Regair.  '. Dr. Young's balll players are getting in shape for .the game with the  Discovery team- ��n Viet&ria Day,  which will be played on the Atlin  grounds. A football match between  teams representing the two. towns  will lollow the ball game.  On The Trail v  Three ganblemen. who landed at  Skagway from, the Princess Beatrice  ��11 the 8th of May a^riwedi iu Atlin  on the 1 ith insfc!. .    ."''..  The mail which ��� the -Princess  Beatrice landed at Skagway. 012 the  Sth of May.had-uot reached Atlin  when we went to press:  I,. Schulz and J. Pe'rkinson left  Conrad Cit}' per dog team at 1 a.m.  oil Saturday, May 312th, auid anrived  Sunday forenaan at Tat 11, to which  place'the}' brought 100 lbs. of. .baggage. They Ms Taku, aarly .Thursday morning,, crossed the lake when  opposite Lee Garden's ranch and  reached. Atlin shortly after   10 a.m.  SHecfssSuliAifaip in Discovery Pres-  1 ��� byterian Church.   .  ' A vary successful concert' was  he'ftl' Lir tHe Presbyterian etkirch,  Discovery,, on Saturday evening  last, aiod' quite a'ku taker from Atlin  and' the creeks wei-ce- pnasanb. The  Rev. A. M. Ross occupied the chair  siid1 introduced the several numbers  I in the following, uitenesting pro-  'graaame::  >, Bag- pipes- sofei M11. R'.. McKay;  .selection by orchestra composed of  Mrs. Woods and, Messes.. Hanna,  CartiueL and Hickman;: vocal solo,  "Asleep iu the Deep," and'encore  '/'Off to Philadelphia..'" Mr.. R.. S..  Small;, reading ftjoiii "Drurasao-nd,"  Me. G. A. Kerr;; neadTng^ "Sam's  Letter,.'" at>&; enaoi'e-' "'Sneezing,"  Miss Edwards;- vocalsol'o, '"Mary,"  and encore "The Sailou's Welcome !j  Star,." Mr.. T- D. Luiaisden;. vocal  sofoj "Loch Lomond,''" Mr. James  Dick;., vocal duet,, "Life's Dream is  <Q'er," wM'cft was- repeated to'an  enthusiastic'encore-, Miss- Glaholm  and Mr. Lumsden;: peeirtation,. "How  he saved St. Michaels,"' Mrs. F. H.  Mobley;. story, ��� ''''How Kte get His1  Black .Eye,"'and' encore "Orangeman's'' Lodge,'���'���' Mb. Cla-as.. Cullen;  selection'o�� bag', popes, Mb. R. McKay; vocal solo,. "The Seng- of the  Anvil,." Me. Jas. Stables;: vocal  solo,.. "Annie Laurie,." and, encore  ,:Stay in Your Own Back Yard,"  Miss GHahoLin, and a seleation by',  the archestna. ������   ��� .:.  . At the c'oncmsiiMi ��f tlfce programme the ladies of the shurch  served' an abundance .of saiiaeslaHients  and the gathering- dispersed! after a  most pleasant evening...  Spruce Creek Notes-  THE IRON STORE.  Jfusf  mmnm  to   Han siT  Fresh G|��f��s9  Onions, Oran  lies.   Lemons  5>  Om  .   Ouu Goons���Always the- Best.  Pricks���Cash car Credit���As Low as the- Lowesr..  STABLES 6*. LUNSOEN.  northern Brewing gompanf, m.  ATLIN, B. C.  Brewers   of Lager Beer  and Porter.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  ��**#*��*  ��5����*b��*^��**b��S��SR*S��**5��*��):ftr*bri  **>.*��*��>*�� ****���*��-  Law Courts*  The case of Brackett vs. P. C. P.  Co. Ltd., which was adjourned till  last Monday, did not come up again  bill Wednesday v ��n accounh of the  indisposition of His- Honor Judge  Young..  The wbok of Wednesday and  Thursday were taken up with the  examination of witnesses and arguments of counsel. Judgment has  been reserved.  The otken cases on the- docket  have been stood over till next week.  ������An- action has been started by J.  A. Clay vs. 'The Spruce Creek  Power Co.,. Ltd.,. for damages to a  ereek claim- by reason of the defendant company's water syphon across  the creek.  P. C. P.'Co*,. Ltd.,. vs.. Brackelt,  Brethour and Dunham is an  action  to prevent the defendants trespassing on the Buckeye claims on Pine.  An   interim   injunction   has   been  granted.    This is an action, by the  plainti.fi" for an injunction restraining  the defenrrant company from taking-  all the water out of Pine creek,, in  conflict with- the rights claimed by  ftim-  to-   vise   the water under the-  water   right issued to. the Willow  creek miners iu connection with.the  janers' ditch.-.  [.'from Our Own Correspoiutoiit.]  High water coming earlier than  :usual has caused ��� some d'eiay-to  Spruce creek istinsrs. However, no'  damage has.been done up to date as  all lihe miners have worked "harmoniously ia protecting eaah (Others,  property.  Messrs. Broe and; Pyman came  .near losing fcheiir dtiwaap,, but with the  ���help ef neighbors it-was.-finally protected.  ��� W. H. Vickers visited the creek  Thursday and assisted, the miners  in protecting their' clumps-.'  The dumps of P. Foley and P.  Malfoy wene �����vei-flowed with, back  .water but no damage was done.  Xambert & Kearas' sxpect to  start operations in a few days.  Cacc & Co. have had to suspend  operations for a few clays owing to  'theii? pumping gear getting out of  order, but will resume- work shortly.  ��� Bob- Grant and Mr. Nedforsl ace  sinking a shaft with good results-.  Stables. & Lumsden cajry ai stoci  of good groceries.  Read the A-TV Co.*s advertisement on page 3.    It's right.  ���������'������  Why use inferior gasoline when  you can get 76 andi S6- per cent, at  Regan's.    Atlin and. Discovery.  j;.-.    . OEEN DAY AND NIGHT,;  THK D.INING-ROOM' IS CONDUCTED  ����N  STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  THE ROYAL  TEL,  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors;.;-      ���  ��OfFner Pearl and First! Styeats^'-AtlirirB. Qi  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   I.N.  CONNECTION  etlOICEST WINES. LIQUORS AND CIG/tItt CASE SOWS A SPlClAirY.  M eated  By    Us.  amA   Lighted  Own    Plant.  V.  Fine   Sample    Rooms  For Commercial Men  WHITE PASS HOTEL  P.    D.  McMILLAN^   Manager.  Largest and Best Appointed Hoter in Yukon.  WHITEHORSE, Y. T.  Choice    Bar   StocR  ���Rates MODERATE  h>  W. MUSGRAVE, B.Sc.  Assaycr and  <������� Chcrinisi  Ganrad  City,   Y* T.  Executed Cheapfy,   Prompfry and Safisfactprffy.  ... THE CLAIM OFFICE.  ^AASvvvvv^i*A*/^AArvyAl^^vvw^^A/ovvwvw  O. K.  BARBER SHOP.  FIRST STUKIST,.     -       ATLINL  F. SHn.CLDS; Proi>.  gW~     HOT BATHS 50 ct&  TJja-b����h.ir5>OB3a.nr��-a(maIJy nn-gnodivs Sound  U.<jitiQa.   Private EntiaDLca feu: IjuBics,.  AND  Fresh Eggs and Butter, a" Specialty  ���     AT  I  hi  .m  ^*S!i��*y?*!??ti:^Ay;*>r>!*;tlirl;A��:r  ^���W4-'K*^TS^.?S^'Jlffi,!^'JS^!a

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