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 m  =9  w  Viero^h  ���o-.,  IS^JL^-  ���.'VMll'ffi?  :VOLA26.  :A.TL;IN#^  NCA-inr,  lll^EGllFHJC.  "aA Budget,of; Interesting'News  ;   ' From- Many Quarters;;,"'"A  ���'   ',.������... ���' '������   ���:.-'.' '���������������' ��� "   '".'.a '; ���' '     :'.';"''." "'���':','���:  .,_::;:> rui'i-'.oiAij to '.pub;or,aim.)..;���';';;���..  A:A"; 'T.eliefanV;' Persia, "M^ay A^dA^Very,  Ai,'Sorious..ianclrsTlarnAliig';;(l.i.sorclers':li'av'e  "Abrb.kejr' "onIAat "Tabriz. A"The "mobs  A'^ai'e Mieing^lcclAbyAtlieA'priests,'>\v|io''  ; ��� liave fbeen^enclea'voriiig. AtoAobtaiii  :"re(orins;::;;"���"'A'A;r';"::A;:- "'':'_ ~^..AA^A-AA"--,  .'..." SanA";Francisc6; ::;":May"; :a'4:.---Abe"  A"Riief lias brpkenclpwii arid confessed  A/to;liis'"misdeeds:A^ItMs:also reported���  ;":"tlial"Mayor "Schmidt; is on the "vejge  ���;';of-collapse.:,-v ;���':" :A";," A:"A:A:Hav"'"  A f Winnipeg, vMayA24.;���Rombrs of  " "a1 large "syndicate "being.'for med to  'Ajcoiistruci "^  ;.:.;'.-Fprl;iACluuc^ln|i:;'.' onV. the Hudson's  vA'Bay :to:-,;P6rt Simpson; B, rC.;:: are "in;  ";.circulation.AA;",,";./" AAc" A"'""^'";;^;;;;  A'AA"!^  A-sec[oenc:e' of the;receiH;uhrest"aruoiig:  Artier natives'""^  ���'"given": '" to the /"volunteers 'A to % "draw.  A; their Afifl.es;, and AtwentyAronjids": of  : ^amiu^hitipffieachAA ;The^situatioiris  without parallel since: the great Tu-  diaiv Mutiny. ,Most of the iiifluen-'  ti'al Maiioniedans, "Hindus "aiicl the  Sikhs; very" strongly condemn the  - anti-European" manifestations that  liave been indulged in by the native  youth who have been educated: on  English,lines. .'���.>;" A. ' :  ��� Lodz,: Russia, May 24.���Forty-  five of the officials and "workmen of  a spinning mill were "shot by the  Cossacks in revenge, because a baud  of terrorists had killed a Cossack  guard. "   " c .������'-���' ���'������ ";���' "���'  Chicago,.'AMay "24���Yesterday  some 3.700 socialists-of all nationalities, including Lucy Parsons, the  widow of the anarchist Parsons who  was implicated in the bomb-throwing tragedy in the hay market at  Chicago some years ago, participated in a Moyer-Haywood parade.  The crowd carried banners on which  were printed vicious mottoes. One  very enthusiastic ancl heated speaker mentioned Moyer as a possible  candidate for the presidency.  Nauaiino, May 24. ��� The residence of C. Van Houten, a druggist, was set on fire by some unknown party, and" partially destroyed.''.'  Port Townsencl. May 24.���While  the health officials were fumigating  the fteerage for small-pox, on board  the steamer Oanfa, two Japanese  women were discovered in boxes  shipped as Ireighf. They had been  almost overcome by ihe fumes of  the sulphur.  Vancouver, May 24. -A. P. Ratz,  dominion government surveyor,  sailed on the Princess May to continue the boundary survey between  Canada and the United States.  Lowney's Chocolates arriving  constantly at C. R. Bourne's.  A" M.buTreral,". May":"24A-~The"^ stevedores' ."slri,kcAwhich'' liegaiv about  two "weeks ago,: is"stil 1 on A": Several  warrants" liave" becii issued for men  eluplbj'edl))'": the "stevedores: "who  had season contracts. Tiie outlook  for.a. settlement ;is;(nbt":yery" encour-.  ���ag>��g^;;-;;";>"A  ^ "Calgary, A.May>;^  "tibii "in"Alberta1 "lorinfringemeht of  the1 Lord's':Day Act:hasAbeen'taken/  "against;the"C.v;P:;.R;;. for; vvork: clone"  iiA ���their "yards" "atAclifiefentvpoitits  along the" I'itie."-"A" :,A"A ---"A,,-<>'":-"  ".Sari: Francisco",���������"May-. 25.��� 'A't;-';a.  Builders';: Exchange;"; meeting the1  .advisability""\va"s""di"scrissed" br"sus-:  pencling all ���industry-iiutil "the street  car "strike Ais; settled.;';There; are "at  least 50;000Amen:-involved" in the  ti'puble.A" The1 "Geary?streetiine";lost  ;its"fraiicl!iseA"as'"tlieAr'es"ult:A6f;the;  'strike":;"A'"'TA-;" ���-""���":" "A" A^'.":":':AAA"i".":"T""-.  ;; "Seattle, May: 24.���-The license::oi  Captain. A"Frailcke"Amaster""of "the  steaijUsl'ii'p"A Dakota i"vvlifeii""slie'i'>  :wrecked":.ofrthejapaiiese":c6ast"spme  tiiue-agb, ;-"has vbeeiiAsiispeiKled'for  two "vearsand.-a.half.;"A"i Ay "A"AA" A  "Local and;General News."  Opening of T\)z "Atlin  Club;  "The" Atlin "Club "will "be formally  opened on "the evening.of'May. 3 rst.  To mark" the occasion a "dance" will  be given", to" which each member  hasi the '"privilege" of inviting "his  friends. ". No formal "invitations will  be issued. A���'.'������":;-:  A. Mr. Hubert Faulkner .-"will, be,"in,  charge of the club premises during  the coming.season'. A  Fresh Garden : Seeds   and   Onion  Sets at C. R. Bourne's.   '"'���'"'." * A"..  AThe:"Atliri":Traclint;"Co!npaiiy:has  "a: full line "of" Gold "Seal'hip gum  boots.'l^'" ;A"AA"AAA."y" A;!""-'';���"A''":  '������ ,,J"AA."Fraser1"H.,;:Youn'g  :P.; Grant arrived in"SetUtle b'n:Mayi  the:Ai:SUj"A":"Mr.;:; Eraser:"is""n6\v'in  :Victoria;.;"A"A;:;:A:',.;.;:":-:.":;��"���"���":/;";���'" ".A:-.;;f,  "A Gold," dred ges" a re: "bein g- xvprked  on" the'Saskatchewah "river," Alberta,  andAhaye" "proyedAab:;be"a"finaiicial  successAyp ;A;;'Ay���>".;;;    .;.���;.;y\ ��� yyp:;���������-������.;:;;:,  ���A Mr; -Charles"G-lave's smiling face,  may be:, seen .behind: tiie ^.bar at the  Kootenay ;"these".day^s..": 5 Charlie" is  eqiially.at ho'me on either sides.:"A  "���" Pat:"Fpiey"'of;"Spruce,";has ������������finish-";  ed".:-:'sluicih'g";\up/"-h.is",-"win'ter!'S^d,LVmp  audvyremarks^'that "he" isAvery,Avell  "salis'fiedA.iiidee^^^  the "cleatl-Up.;;; A" :..,,-::;'���:":."::;:���.-;.A.:A;;':: A /  ;.;;Tommy Burns,"in>"& fight.Tor the  heavy-weiglit-championshipAoLthe;  ;world;: and;apurse, "won" "���TrpiuTJack"  "0'Bneii;iii;::the::tweiUieth;roinid,;"at;  ;!Li6s^A'iigelesj':Cal"ivAA;"  y; "TheAAtliu":Gpiisoliclated":.Mining,  Compa ii y, ;A ;opef ating"^" t"h"e"::l"steam,  shovel on Tar Flats," have..installed'  a ino'intor and are :hyclraulicking off  Nugget;Poiht'aiid tliatApaft "off/the;  company's"ground ���'������������that ."cannot-''-be"  operated on.by the shovelA:;"  " Last Monday Sam Tohnson got a'"  telegram from . W. B." Cpnroy, at  Cariboo," saying -that John McLennan'.-, would ..reach "there the next  day in time to.;. catch the train, for  Skagway, arriving there Tuesday,  night. "The'"chances; 'are they embarked on the Jefferson that" night,  and..', "will" probably -have" reached  Vancouver by. this time." ; A".'^"-  ; "Mr/ John Nichol lias,eiiclpsed"the"  gravesAof" Mis; ,"Tili":"Mrs. .Nichol"  ahcl"Ed\yin.,Ridd"willL neat .picket"  Te'nces"i"and "placed" head-boards "oil  the;threefg'raves."- :";;"���":������'";:���:,;:":"A" A���.-;"--  ," "Ib"is reported thatAJv:LL Senkler.  K.G.,"pf;;lhe legal "firm bf-;.\Vilson,::  :vSenkler:;"& -:131opuifielcl,'-pf yancou-.  "ver,"refused, the offer,6f,~the 'gbyer'u-"'  ;brsiiip"b'r'"'i:li'e"-_Yiik6'n';':'^  vi'as" nbt,made"bfficially ,"Abut"it;: was"  intimatecVlb;Mr."Senkler tliat if:her  "wished: lie.cp did ;bave"the_positioii:.;..""  ^""M:r"'J;WATh6m^  barber"shop," lias-hadTiis bathrooms"  and pUmping,"gear- thoroughly "over-"  hauled^andas" "now;, in "a "position"; to "���  supplyAbaths : to":ohe"and^allA ARe-'-;  memberthatA'cleahliiiessis ^next'to.:,  "Godliness.''"'":'A"":"";"'"::':"""";"" '",  ��� :AMr;'Jphii" "Rpxborbugb""has":pur-' ?  chased ;the"Gold:House,;:;at"'Discov-":  ery, from Christian "Nissen": and will;  in " future TuutheAhoteLunder^his':  bwiiA"mauagemeut.";::-Mr."-:;Roxbor  pugh ;;has been" 'connected ���;witbAthe,  hotel "business" for" years',���, a ncl'. has the; .���"  happy"'knack"o"f":treating"hiS'patrpns:":  iu"vth ie'- right"; ".wayV;":":";: "A";"" ;";;>���;���..;",;;;  ATLIN"MNING;"biyiSION  "; Notice is"hereby, "given that the  ���'Lay-Over'' granted with respect  to "all": legally" held Placer Mining  Claims in the Atlin Mining Division  from   the; "15th  .clay".of"September,  1906, to the :5th day of June, 1907.,  is extended  to  the ist clay of July,  1907, inclusive.""  . ." ."���'���,.;" j..' AaFRASERp  "���' Gold Commissioner.  Atlin, B.C., May iS, 1907.  APPLICATIONS  FOR  UQUOUR  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 Saturday, June 15, 1907, at 10 a. into   consider the  granting of the  following  applications.  Name of Applicant.  DBSCii'iption of License.  Ijiicnlity of Premises Soii^lit to In; l.iecnieil.  Ilnslett, .1 iiincit;           Kenewiil of Hotel     Lelitml Hotel, Peiirl Avenno, Atliit, P.. C.  Sniith, Aliix -   .......  ......  A...  .    ilo ilo         Kirltlitnil Hotel, l-'irs-t Street, Atlin, l.t. C.  Johnston, .Snniiit'l         ..     ilo do    .    , Vivneonver Hotel. I'Mrtt Street, Atlin, B.C.  Rosselli, li.   ..:       ......    ilo ilo         Kootenny Hotel, eornerof First, Street und 't'rainor A,oiiiii\,  "���.'������    Atlin. I!. C. ���    "  Dixon A Selmlz......; .:            do do     AUo.vnl   Hotel,   corner   of    First   Street   und   1'eurl   Avenue.,  '"..'     ������-���������,....���.  , Atliu, II. C.  Ihiinptoii A Durie  Transfer ��� Xu'frtciM Hotel, Main Street, Discovery, I!. C. (;  Giilurno, A. Ij ......; Renewal ' ,H. C. IJotel, do do  Miller A iMcl-aren  :     do do      , Huliiioral Hotel,  do do  RoxliiiroiiKli.iloliii ........ ....:��� Transfer ! Gold Mouse, do do  Queen,  15- P ; KpiicwiiI i'Uo.viil' Hotel, ilo do  Sands  Kdwaril  ;      do ilo      : Pine Tree Hotel,   do do  MeDonalil, Dnniel......            do do    ......    Arctic Hotel, Main Street, I'.eunett, I'.. C.  Clark, James '.'.  ���      do do     ... Half Way House, Half Way Hoiikc, H. (J.  Tue/well, Thomas    ....         do do         IjOji; Cali'm Hotel, I.ok' Cuhin, II. O.  Hineliclill'e, lilizalieth !      do do    ..;...    Dawson Hotel, Tultii. U. CJ.  Delfry, Arthur 15.  ; Truu.Sser , Slii-kiue Hotel, Telegraph Greek, B, C.  Arnett,  Gooi'ko P  Renewal "Dense l.alie Hotel, Porter's V.uniliuj;-, 11. C.    ,  Anderson, W. A .;  :     do do   .......   I.nl(e View Hotel, Wyntou, 11. O.  ATijiN, B. C, May, 20tb, 1906. OWEN V. CONEEY,  Cniui' Lickksic Insi-].:ctokA :A:TI,1'N,' aB-C.,   "SATURDAY, MAY :25,A 1907,  i  [ii GIa!MnA";,  JPHI} A I'lJN Cl.AIM ir. .unupntD cvcnv s.-.tiphday  IMOFlNinO.        MAILED     TnCE.TO     ANY     PA HT, OT   Til II  IVOtILD   FOII    HO     CENTS     ITn    MONTH .-. C1C.OD    cnn  ��� yitam.    AnvcnTisiria.nATts : t.i.'oo i-cfiinch uach  :.'.��si;nTtON ; riCADiNi-.:NoTici:s. 21s cents iy uric.  .    - wt-eciAU  RATr.r.   on   application.  "'"'���" "':'������.;A;A:-.!0��. PRINTINd;:.'"-". ���('..������" ".A;.  TOLL-HEADS. ' ,      POGTCIIG,;        r     VISITING   CARDS  LETTEfl-HEADS. .',.     ,   .PnOCflflMMES,    . ETC.; XTC.r .  ���'  ���'���    ��� l. ���    .' ' r :V,.   ' .:'..���'���������  V. OROCHS   PHOMPTI.V   EKCCUTCO..  ,f   ,'. pnic'eB  MODEnftTc.'.;.',;-.:....:       .   ������.     '  Tiif.:a:'.i'i'.in Claim PuiUjVhiiing"Co., IiTD.  Ch a ur. ics" IA; Cv ririi k ,"  : lvI)] TO H-Jl A N- A C, I'.llV  ;;A;"Straight .Tip.  ;"":W"hyj.n16"t.Amak"e" tiie"best"0��:w.li'.at  ""is"as"iAcomes" along.    Business "has  "been "a- little" quiet the past'week.  . "Butthere are.reasons forft, and the  v:::best''bf."''reaso"ns.;."-/Th:e"'rJnners,:a,re-'a.ll  y out on" the "creeks,sluicing their win-  " ter "dumps" and -. preparing   for" the'  "coining" seasoh's;"workA   ���T'hey.'.'are.  ""the.producers"of the cainp.and"they  ���";are:r busily-.- engaged at  it."���������...if;ttiey.  "'.were down"towuAspendiiig'the;mon-  : ey,: they could:uot be ."working," and"  "whenthe)' are working they; cannot  ..be in town.""Yet,"some... people.can-"  ��� nbt"bi- will;:not .see'it"thu'siy,-"-' In: a  "short time; we"will "all:, begin to feel  the ^benefit;1 of :;theAgolderf "harvest"  ���"���the"miners'" are "how after.;   MayA.it  be  a full   and: heavy >crop, "lor the.  ���Lord   knows   the "boys   work hard1  ���enough''-for- what they get.   .���'���,. ;  _ What makes us"..very: weary is to  Iiear,t;the continual plaint of-some  people in town.. As" soon5 as"'a .day  or two of slack times come they  .start to grumble, to whimper "arid to  cry tliat 'there's riothing doing,"and  the town is dead.' ... Bah!.  harrowing "the; mi.iicl with; troubles  that'' do "not exist. "Break ".away,  from such thoughts' 'and ideas; take  a ;Walk"in: the' sunshine arid, be glad,  you,'re; alive; or" ;��� pitch in and work  blT;: the":; sp'elh";When ;real;tronble  ebmes"doii'tsit'" aud:curse Uhelnck  but lake your coat" Off and "wade "in.  Most mountaiiis of "trouble"and woe  .whenmet squarely".n such'.'a.man-  ner becoinemere nible-liills.A'Cheer  up Awe' ve not gone to the bow-wows  yet,;..no, not;by, a,large, uiargin.....""  ���-'A''"'" vents' to 'usbands." :";  ill  "  Then we. have the chronic kicker  : and fault-finder.:. The breed is not  confined   tb: Atlin,   but in   a small  place "like this the, noise "they .make  'is   more: noticeable   and -irritating  ..than in a larger community.-    If it's  a fine  day,   with   the; sun   shining  and the birds ���twittering "and the air  pulsating with life.and energy, they  will remind you that it   may rain or  be very cold to-morrow.    They will  shake   their   heads, dolefully when  the^ probable  results .of the dumps  are  guessed'  at, .quoting some instance   where   the men got next to  nothing.    There is always   impending   disaster,   ..calamity is   about to  overwhelm us  and we stand on the  verge of ruin.    Confound and blank  such a class.    The remedy for them  is easy.   Tf they don't like the place  let   them , play. checkers���>it's their  move,   and   the-  boats will  soon be  Tunning.  But, st.'ip and think a minute :  Shake ofl this habit. It is just as  cheap, and you arc worth mare to  3'our town, your friends mid to your  .family if you will only look on the  sunnier   and   more ���hopeful   side of  life.  i>v;  .  -There, arc  quite a "few r; married  in e i 1 ���;' in" .0 u f rd ist f i c t ,""'������ arid Asoin e" very"  young" atAlhe. business.  "OueAancl  all may.read."..and,  apply"wheri,: and  where" necessary. A A "A:  ."feDo" nbt:"reproach   your wife with  personal laults,-;for,: ifAshe.be serisi-"  tive.",you;:"'inflict"a.:"woiind:.ve'ry".diffi-  cult to ;heal. ";,:; AA ���":""���" ;AA..;":"���  " "Do   notAspeakA of "some "virtue in  anotheranan's wife ..to "reniihd your  own eta fault.: "-A"A'E-A":"���'���'""'" ���  -"Dp not jest, with your wife upon  a"subject"in-"which there is danger  ������������-������.���: -'",.���,' ,.-. t.:-..-.- .;:..-;. ��� ���,-,--���.;      ���������.:������:.:.:!���  of wo nil ding' her ,"ieelingsA" "It"."may"  rankle.iu"her- uiemory.A;A'A':"AA";A;;:;;:  aADo -:uot::.be",unatteutive:;"Av.hen"in  company, it" touches, her pride, and  she ,will "not 'respect yoti more or  love you better: tor it. "A  ,. Do not upbraid your wife, in the  presence of others, the sense -of  your disregard for her feelings will  prevent her acknowledging a fault,  supposing.'she be inerror."  Do not entertain your wife extolling the beauty and accomplishments  of an other..  Do notgo about your own home  grim, and; silent, .and be' sociable  elsewhere. A: Deal .out cheerfulness  atyour, O.wu fireside.   ���:���    " :��������� ���"'"���;���   ".  Do not be j always ready to find  fault and grumble at the meals"  Your "wife  may  be doing her very  best.-    v" ,. '���'������������'. "��� .-���  Do not forget: when you have had  a good meal, to praise her cooking;  and by" all means do not forget to  put you are around her and tell her  she is the best little woman alive.  Home will be brighter, cosier and  more .cheerful'if you do this.  Just a hint to the, wives: Put  the'paper so that 'hubby' will see  this. They need a gentle reminder  occasionally.  President Roosevelt is certainly a  man of courage, and one cannot  help but pay tribute lo the fearless  way in which lie speaks his mind;  Referring to the recent Moyer-Hay-  ward-Harriman episode he says:  "I stand for equal justice to both,  aud so far as in my power lies I  -.hall uphold justice, whether the  man   accusec  i:In'' the" Iron" Store ."formerly;'. .���.:��������� ",r.  occupied: by Stables & I,umsclen.  mm  My Goods are"all- Fresh and  of 'the:, be'st;quali ty." "Prices" ���".  nibderatc.".;���",".. A." ", A   ���"";,":";"���':  'IFss��&fiySfao��&8a  AA^/HAAA(VVVVAAA/V5 AAA/VsAA/VV> \AAf|VN>*i'V\A'VVV/VVVVyvy*^VV^  ;KONKAb"WAW;KKCJvAf':lfe  teer ������:������'anss1:  SMALL "AND LARGE ORDERS/ PROMPTLY'"FILLED:"  W^fi^l^-3^��59.^^*^8^S^,.-ff;Sy'RPiS^i  :&&&^j?$&&.et&&:&3':s\-  ^:(mm^&m^  The,Bar is supplied  .with.  none, but:,.-..the.".best,,brands,.of Liq,uors  : ���; t .and Cigars.  "First-class Billiard -and" Roof Tables. -���;;;" ^A  ;,-; ,���;��� '    ��� '��   ' a'"*..  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,: Proprietors. I  - "FI RST   C LASS   R ESTAU RANT: I N5:CG N M ECT ION. ���;���-   |  CHOICEST WINES, LlOUOliS AND CIGARS                     CASL GOODS A   Si'LUAUY. ��.  Cornei' Pearl and First Streets,  Atlin, B. C.  :^^<T4^^^^tf^S^��^iS^^^^<^^'a^^   (^^^<!^4^:.3^^'^^<f<J^^<J<I;<J^<��:^^^if-x3ifl  TOB PRINTING AND  COMMERCIAL WORK.  CARDS, POSTERS AND HAND BILLS   ^   ^  T Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  ��c>Q��<&ci��a<&K<>u*u&o&r.\<��ft&rj&  HE ATLIN  ;uilt has behind  him the wealthiest corporation, the  greatest aggregation of riches iu the  country, or whether  he  has behind  here is nothing to be gained j i,jm   lhe   most .influential organiza-  Atl  - ������*!  m  '������: Wl  ;".'-Sl  m  "Xj  $���8  ���^rKtoiTiX&riti.r.vvx.w.'.-rt-ci-- ::A.!EL1n;,;-aB:.:^
■■'•':'■".;';":" Many:"Happy" Retttrris."-
:"To celebrate the.second anuivers-
."ar)';;oflierbirdvdttyj":.J\'liss .Margaret
•■'. 'Sell u Is. bii .Monday '■aftenioOireulei'-
";■;■.lained ; 'ainuihberAof .hei' . young'
■ ""friends 'at, a garden '■"'.parly'," .which
;"was"hekl-,bn" the "lawn. ;:it".,lhe;resi-
"."deuee.Afif , her.; grandinotlier, <Mrs"
iAI)uricA,;A.;.jA;:^A'W<a' """".■"'■■;■;:"."'"■"•":""'"."'■":'"".'':
;;'";"" Ambng the youthful .guests, were
"AFranccs;Fi;asc VJulnal-Iaslett,":\'.iv-"'
,."■: iah ^Wheeling, A LcilaA-auclA Edwin'
:A Ridd. '"■-:""'■"""'•■"■ I"" ;■;""•"-,:'"'«a'A",",;"',:AA
- "."Various'gaines 'were indulged: i i i',
:"." and "in iisic";A,\vas".siip'p'li'ed:.'■ jbyAMrs""
A"Duiil;ip's::gratnaphoheA;" ;"""."""; A:"-"
'•:; '".The.gucsts wei"e;;regalecl:;with;.ice:
A'croani';' a'iicL;oilier delicacies,':served;
"by.;"the"",deft;h.;u'ids of:"Misses:Elbe]:
.-.': PillinahAaiKlAMarga^
"who'albiig'::with"";,Mrs."Schulz;" saw:
;:that"evirythingwas done-to ensure"
,"Costigaii"was;. the' "motive"pbw"er"""6h"
'•ithe crank-,of the icecream freezer.■''. .""
A:"™Miss"Scluilz"was"':the" recipieuLof
" several :seas6uablegifts.AA. "-A"'"
^a'AA^A '"::: A 'tit i-Alcoliol f "■::":":" A:"":-:;
. W^omeii  Braver; Than "Met
■ "In the"niatier" oL mural courage
(ew 'whcjv"have"- gone ., behind ..the
scenes. :of"life:woulddeiiy ihe,palm
to \y o h ie 11'.'■'■'■■'. "i" '/'■'/'■■■■■ :];--'■■:-';. A'A;A. •
"AThe.average "wbtnaii"" is' "lifii'ver-
■thaii; flic;..iivVr.age.'f'niiiii in"sickness,
in ;sbrrow,".:uicl in adversity..' "A .,*'■■'
"A"riie:;bi'a.ve'r\" iii"\vhieli"wonieii"ex-
cel is a ^bravery of "self-conquest,; -a
bravery" which, Awillv a;full' khowled ge; of/the f peri ls,;\; pa insy" and" penal ties"thoughlAbu'U.aiid ;appreciatcd;:
endures,' aii'd'. dares.". A;"A"A ,"'"./-;:,j:A"A
are"often accomplished by'timorous
woiiiei)'.-""-""""':";;'""..- A''^A'ArA'v..;::V:7AA.'.r-'
"A"Meii ;a"rc;-M)ra,veiA:thau-Awoinen:;ih
their' " code; Aof-honpr." .They'are
bra"ver"i "ifacknow leclgiiig-tlieir faults":
their "pecuhi'a'ry positions,"their poor
relations and.their age. ;   ,.:;"::;'";:""
'^K "■'•
i^uui^^as^;^.wijtij^^TCK^M^7j^u^',..jttt^^T^ '
::;"".""A Vpunter-blast "to"the:,recent"de^
vciaratioii in-favor of alcolioLbyTead-
" '*ing"";:phy^cians;Ais;^"ho'w",bV
"";lishedf))'"the iuedicalYpress ovetethe
"'"sign»fures"Aof "a" dozen";physicians"
":rtricludin"g;Sir"Frederick;"Treves. Sir
A"[amesf"iBarr.Aand AYVilliaim^Ewart..
■Refefriiig-to ",the: ree'eut manifesto,
the.signatories say:' ■■■■■■[
;,,": ; \'We gravely dissent fromi-much'
ol its teaching, nor can we accept it
as an authoritative statement of recognized medical opinion on the
After traversing some of the contentions of I heir colleagues,- who
advocated alcohol, the signatories
further say:
"We strongly believe that alcohol
is unnecessary as an article of consumption in the case of healthy men
and women, and that its general
use could be discontinued without
detriment to the world's welfare.
Further, believing that alcohol is
one of the most fruitful sources of
poverty, disease and crime, we are
. pleased to add' that it is now used
sparingly as a remedy by a majority
of medical men.
Young Jenkins was iu a great
state of excitement at having received an invitation from the newly
elected mayor ol his town lo a fancy
dress ball.
Jenkins had a crop of flaming red
hair, aud his friends lost no opportunity of reminding him oi" il, especially as he was vain of his personal
appearance. lie burst into ihe
room where some of his friends sat
talking, and nourished his invitation
to the ball in their faces.
"Yes, it's true," he cried, "I've
not been overlooked, you see; but
what ! roubles me is that I am at a
loss to know what character to go
as. I can't afford" to spend much
on dress.'.'
"H'niph," said one quietly, "that
is easily settled. Why be iu a'stew
over a thing like that?"
"What would you suggest," enquired the youth. ,
"Well, suppose you black your
face and go as a fusee!"
ing;"and"it"is a"sure"cure for: broken
clisliesA"ATf"the" dish'to be mended
,ca'u" "be., "tied '"together ' witlf "a" "stout
.striug,."then;place it in' boiling milk
and left one;hourj";":You:cau"never
fell the dish -badbeeii ■: broken and it
iiuiy.fb'e put "in boiling "water after-
"warcls".;" wi! 1 ibut""the "pieces'"cbmirig"
apart. :." This  experiment "has-; been.
.■- .■ .■■■•■■:'.- ,••:■•'• ;■:..-■'■'-."'.■■•■i-".-'-':.-■ y. -":-< -'^m-
tried, aud proven' and manyyare.-the
broken" dishes;" which Awere thought
as ;ueyv,.';"A?";A, "A" ;"A.;".-""'" A" A ""AAAAA"
^:j3^:->!i:—r . •'.':-<«<■"' .'"'AA::—i-i--:;:-A.:^;-:'"-
;"""It is* not: a "sign of weaknessto
seekAadvice of "t.ht:' man who has
had experience-- it is a sign-of good
People are very apt to complain
of the ingratitude of those who have
risen above them.
Every moment is the right moment for the.one who has pluck.
Fresh Cabbage, Rhubard, Carrots, Parsnips, ancl Seed Potatoes
at Pilhnan's.
TAKU NOT I CI! Hint l Charles I'rospor
Uuiil, i:f 'J'elcKi-upli Oruulr, 13. U., shall itpiily
to the. Honi-tl ol' I.ii-nnso (Joiiiiuis.sionei-s of
the Atlin l.iucnsu District, at thu next regular mauling <>:i .Mine l,"nh. 1007, for the transfer of my hotel license for the "Stiekine
Hotel," sirnateil on lot. 1, Mock 1. Telegraph
Creel;. H.U., to Arthur li. Ilelfi-y, ol'Tcle-
Si'apli Creek, 11. C.
SisjneJ   C. II. Iilill),
Tolu^raph Ci-oelt, li. C April 20th, 11)1)7.   mlS
"^"yo'j'1C1C Is hci-ch.v driven that I iiitciul,
-t-^ sixty days from date, to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of 1.anils ami Works
for permission to purchase the following
ilt!.si:ril:ci! tract of taint: CominiMieinj; at a
i.tiike plnnti'.-l at a point ahoiil. two miles
sonHi of the north em! of Atlin hike ami one
mill: ivi'sl of tiie west shore of Atlin lake,
thenee ue.-.t III chains, thence north 2D chains,
thence east III chains, thence sunt li 20 chains
to the point of commencement.
April 2,'t, 1007 ap27jn22
larciware 1
Storus in Ati.in. and Discovkry.
HOW   TO  .SI.CCUR1C   lllil.l'.
l''armers, contractors, manufacturers, and all employers of labor
desiring married or single men, will
do well to apply at once to Major
C. W. Creighton, Salvation Army
Immigration Department, 439 Harris Street, Vancouver, B. C, or
Rupert Street, Winnipeg, Man.
Blank application forms will be
supplied and each application will
receive careful attention, No men
will be sent unless applied for in the
above manner.
H. E. BEOWN- & CO.
Successors to J. H. Richardson.
"«--«•♦-♦ -»-»■♦-* <>■<<$ O &*■+-*■+-*-*•+•+-+-«- •>-» ^-*-«-*-»-<
Witv si:ni> out wnr.N vow can'okt annus as ciieai- iii:uk.•"
Atlin, Nugget and    Grape   Rinrjs  and  all  kinds of Jewelry maim
factureil on thu premises.
Kino  New  Stock   of   Watches,   Clocks,   Jewelry   ami    Diamonds
Watches from §5.00 up. Ajrents for Columbia Gramophones-.
Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons
JULES WMT & SON, miN AKn i>,scov,kv,
safety Deposit Vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jrvrlrs, ATLIN,    B..  C.     SATURDAY,    MAYA. 2  5.   *9o-7.  .Spruce Creek Murmu'rings. .  Tiiis lovely wealliei' and (he gen-  Ik1 spring zcphyis make us mindful  of iliose halcyon tinys when we  fought high ivaler with a l:eg of  beer 0:1 each end of the wing-dam,  with a smoker as ' a thanksgiving  service when Ihe water subsided.  Have we lost all interest iu life?  Can we no longer raise a thirst? or,  '��� do we no longer have the price.'  Mrs. Clay opened her boarding  house''on Monday. Our annual  Hibernal fast is once more, at an  end. It is no mean accomplishment to appease 25 or 30 Spruce  appetites thrice daily, but Mrs. Clay  has long since proved herself capable of performing this feat lo the  satisfaction of all concerned:  If a man gels 'up against it' in  the district he usually go lo sec  ��� Waller Cox. This is what five or  six men did who could not gc.t a  job, with the result .that they were  given a big pile.of tailings to work,  with no percentage to pay aud free  use of boxes and tools. Unfortunately they cleaned up with a full  sluice-head of water aud some of the  gold got away. It was. "this, flaky,  stuff."  'Tis rumored that the dump put  out the past winter by A. McDonald, J. Perkinson ancl J. Dick, is  going an ounce an hour to the man  ST. MaIO'IS'S GltUItCll or Kkglanii.  Sunday  morning; services arc rrndci-nd at  II o'clock.    Win.C.S. lliilhorn. lay reader.  I'lir.KHYTEKI AN  OlUJltOtl.  Sunday uiorniin.-services,II o'clock. Sunday school at 12.15. Iivciin:,' service 7.110.  AfLcruoou service at Discovery: Sunday  school at _. It!).  Hampton r&   Durie,  Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPEN  DAY AND NIGHT.  RESTAURANT    -  Under I'.ntiroiy New Management,  llcmttjuarters  IV,r Dixon's sta^o.  Vis-i  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. & A. M.  Mo. 4::, G. li. ii. o.  Kejvnliir commauicu-  t ions- held on t.ho lirst.  Thursday ol each mouth  in tho A. 0. IJ. \V. Hall,  Third Street. .  ting brethren cordiallv invited.  17"     BARBER SHOP.  J. W. THOMPSON, MANAGKR.  BATHS FIFTY CENTS  Private  KnLrance for fLadics.  a<wrutszn ���~~"^f-^'rv'"~rf~-wr*-'"'***��-ii wiii i-iiiiwi i m in  shovelling in.  We were delighted to receive a  visit from Dr. Harrison during the  week, il is rarely an Atlinite .can  raise sufficient energy lo visit this  part of the district, and we sometimes gel abominably' bored with  our own company..  J. Rhiueburg is sluicing the dump  put out by the late Buruyeat and  JMcEwan. Wc regret to say it is  in: i turning out as well as was anticipated.  j. Giglcr, late of the Royal hotel,  Discovery, has purchased an interest iu several claims on the creek  from Anlone Peterson. He has  thrown in his lot with P. Callaghan  and they propose \.o work a claim  owned by J. R, Clay, about t to below. Unfortunately this is where  the Bannbn flume, owned by the  Spruce Creek Power Company, has  its in-take. We can hardly believe  thai Mr. Callaghan could persuade  himself to so inconveniece the company in any way.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and  butter.  Synopsis of  CniiciLlitiii  llunicsicml   Regulations.  /V N'Y available Dominion Lands within  _jC3_ the I'uihvuy Hell in Mritish Columbia,  may lie homosteaded by any person who is  the sole head of a family,or any male over IS  years of ap.o, to the extent of one.-uiiartcr  section of Hit) acres moro or less.  Hairy must be made personally at tiie local  land ollico tor tho district iu which the land  is situate.  Tho homesteader is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith under  one of the following plans:  (1) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of tho land entered for,  the rectuironients as to residence may be  siuisliiid by such person residing, with the  father or mother.  (3) If (lie settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by liim iu  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satislied by  residence upon the said hind.  Six months' notice in writing should be  given totheCommissionevof Dominion Lands  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent..  Coal lands may lie purchased at $10 per acre  for soTt coal andSiOfor anthracite. Not more  than 320 acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate of  ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall lie collected on the gross output.  \V. W.COUV,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N.I,.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. jyiU-Oin  NOTICE.  TAKI. NOTICK I hut 1 Louis Sehnlz, of  lli'r town of Atlin. II. C, shall apply to the  Imitril of license commissioners of (he Atlin  License1 District, ut'tint next, regular meeting on June liitli, 181)7. for the transfer of my  hotel license for '.he Nugget Hotel, Discovery. II. C to .James |). Durie. of Discovery,  II. C.  Signed   L. SCHUL55.  Atlin, l!.C, .Mayliltli, H'07.  NOTICE.  TO CONSUMPTIY  TAKI. NOT ret-; that 1, Christian II.. Niss-  cmi, of the town nf Discovery. IL C,, shall ap.  ply lo the Hoard of License Commissioners  of the Atliu License District, at, tho noxt;  regular meeting on June Kith, 1007, for tho  transfer of my hotel license for tho Gold  House, .Main Street, Discovery, li. 0,, to  .John tvoxborougli, of Discovery, II. C.  Signed   CHKISTI'AN II.  |'/i.-i nvery, li. 0., -May Kith, I'.iuV.  NL-  ���;n.  The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means,  after suffering for several years with  a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease Consumption', is  anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure.  To those who desire it, he will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  cony of the prescription used, which  they will fine) a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  Maladies. He hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the prescription, which will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will  please address  Rev. Edward A, Wilson,  Brooklyn, N,Y,  /%*?  DISCOVERS",   IL C.  IHIJST-dljASS DINING  KOO.M  GOOD OLIiAN  IIOO.MS  ONLV   TIIIC isr.ST'-GOOiiS  L'KI.D AT TDK ISA It.  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor  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.  Canadian Pacific Railway' Company  [���iwiimimniiMiiiiiiniii    ii in n ip i mi i ��� ��� !��� hw^ihii ���ilium  mm ��� ������������*��w m.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  June 2nd.  Steamer  Princes   May sails  Siiiliii!,- from Skagway 8p.m.    '  Direct lo Vancouver  and Victoria.  Transporting l>y mil or stciinier to Seattle without extra clini'Ko"  We r'ivo quick service.     No intermediate culls. tj      "TJ      ,"T"\  For rates or information apply to      il.    JD.    UU-Un,  (f ��� Aercnt. Skagway.  <��>-��-�� �����������������������������������������������������������<*>.$������������*  E OUR ADVERTISING  COLUMNS  . .  Placing before the public  the many advantages of  the district is the object of  ���r,<*8*C^CH*O*D*D.*C83^O0��D.i$CfO:4>!C>^D:*'#^  ^jCf.^��C(^!C^<C(^jC(^^)^o^:ci.^)^cuc(oc|.<>oo.o^<:t���iO^oo<:>^cE^O0o<>ct9  This cannot be successfully accomplished without the generous support of  the business  people and  the residents,  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  &+-*-+++++-+"���-++���+���+1  ��-��*<3><^-��-��-��-+-��"��-��-��~��-��-��-�� ��� ��� ��� ��� �� ��-������������������� ��<g>  tr, *v w���m/v~v ���*


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