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' v.. ���-. - '���-     -; ;-'-������/  v;^fter->-searching;:;three'*.-vdays'  for  "��� ^Gleni'eiilitia'^  :vold-daugh ter- of Captain; ; jSfahu;i"Tbe  ���'���-.'..bodyVwas-iF^  ;-/Lpnsdale:--Ga;i;de^  p'couyervwhci'evtlie-; child" diad.b'e'eiv  -vpulraged and:murdered.v"'The'; pol-'  ;;:v-.ice.aie;flscpur  vvnegrp/namedvR^  1 was jj'eeivthe: ;^eightorhclO(:l:vsh.cil'tly,  -';.before the;;child; disappeared--v<.-/.;v;v::  vvvSewardiv;^^  ^Bark'i'Serviav,;loaded   witli''v40,oooi  V'feises:of'^;.'dnioon-is ash6re.;aiid;,vis>;a  total loss three  of-;'.the orevy  were  -.'...drowned...,>*;;-;: ;v;.vv ������...;���];/.   .'.;;. ������;���.:.;.'���'.������-v..  vv:'.Vai-cbuver,vB.   CvNoy.v  15th'-���.  The Provincial Sanitarium   for. it he  'treatment of ��� Uibercolosis" at ,Tran-  quille,;-Nicola;. Valley  B. C.   is.' now  'ready; .only incipient, cases 'will  be  . taken at present. *..���..".'"���. :':'--  v v /Liverpool Nov.. '15th,��� Arrange"  'menIs are being completed  between  Canard Line and:G-.T; P. whereby  the   former v will   handle ; all   the  passengers   and: .freight :by . their  lines" of steamers  to  be. placed   on  -.���both; theAtlaiiticandvPacific.v..-:.. :'-'-"-i  '*:.;'_' D.uluth,; Minn,   Nov.151 h���v The  vfire . which    started  in    the.:: Great  Northern   .elevator  destroyed over  three  milions --.worth   of property,  including  elevators,   power   house,  three flour mills, and 40: dwellings.  -Seattle,     Wash.    Nov. /   15th���-  Thirty three persons   were  injured  in a head-on collision   between   two  street cars, three who were  terribly  mangled will die'. ,  Trenton, N. J.   Nov. 15���McFad-  den  the editor  of  physeial  culture  was today   sentenced   to two  years  in the  pentcutinnry   and   was   also  fined  $2.000  for  sending   obscene  mailer  in   magazines   through   Ihe  mails. '  Bellingham, Nov. ; 15��� John  Maloney, of Juneau, annouces the  sale of placer claims on the Kalhena  river, near Haine in Ihe Percupine  district, to a New, York .Syndicate  for One Hundred and Twenty-five  Thousand dollars. ,  Chicago Nov. 15---"Bill Jim"  Patten well known as one of the  "Plunger Money Kings" is trying  to get a corner on wheat.  ,vl; Alaska to renir.iinvaS/She' is;: ;v It -is  jip.w 'practically 'assured'.'.thatr>. ihe  question -of.Territorial government  will-not be,.favoriibly,vopnsidere'd;v at  till; winter >essioii:6f congress.v'v;rvvr  ^//Vidoria^B.^  cause; Miss' Dodds,-one ofahe nurses  ;atSt Joseph's,; Hospital h,ere; ..refused;  toJnfirry Sain?Toi a; va Gefttian Jew,-  ke-fireciyhyp-shotsv^  which missed -her. ; He-the..slashed-  her with a'razior.vcut his owii;throat;;  a;!id?dicd,;H:hevgifliiiirty;rec6ver;altho  is in a:very^'precarious'condilibn;^'!  ;';ONe\v~.Yprk;';;;vN6v'^  ;pfdl.i.evja.'rgest;--~.c6pper consumers  in  Europe   ha ye ./today;;' perclia'sed - '[.50^  06b. 'copper. ,'���.../';-.v; :^t%:y:y^^^y:-:^)j:~Ji:  .5v.San;-Ffanciscpy;:N6y;'';-:^  "Johnson, : the" .iieg.ro .heavy-weight,;  kuocked'v'outvV',' Fireman'. ;v:.v Fly nii;  thisvv. after nop tV: ���'���in';;;-the ;ele venth  rouiid.::v'The''figlij:vwas'afClinch^niill;  alLvthrbugh.ivV'The^attehdencev^was  large?and;'thfe;;:specfatprs:;:;;gp^  mP'ney.ls -worth"''v;^ ;y^-'';.v; ;:jvV:',v-':;vV-V--  ���:;: Helena, ��� :Mont;v-*N6v./' i5;';;���-Jud-  ment  wasvyestedayvvrenderedvvin  favor;;pf 'El���'���;��� BancovviDe vSpnoraj-  :Mexico, ;agaiust- Charles/vA:i;v-Clairlc,*.  son; of -former v-Utiited/iStates^Sena-  tpr Clark; ;of "Montana, for.the.; sum;  of 3,000,000.'"  ��� ;���:;:.-. -v '*..;v;-v-:;:  v.v;Fpr.;more than five'years" Charlie  LCJark.hasbeeilaipracticafbankrupt;  '.V/Rome,������"������'Nov. v 15���The Pope has  been bedridden; for vthev past; two  ���'days^suffering-:-'-from - aii vattackv of  heart 'failure!: All ; ; appointments  -haveybeeiLcanceleed- aiid novone is  permitted to see his holiness.     .; .  .Winnipeg, cMan: Nov."-"-15t.lv*���;  'Hon'.'-'. ;Fielding;: is cbnferring.'willi  the Canadian Banks and has been-  assured that the financial resources  w.ill be available for moving v the  crops of." the : - =Prairie '' Provinces.:  Unless the   money  is   forthcoming  promptly " before 'the ;eiid"7of the  sea soil;- the ;; whole of/the ��� Great  ���Northwest will suffer severely.  .-:.'"'������ New-West minster. B. . C. Nov. '  15th��� J. B. Kennedy M. P. was  turned down at the meeting of the  Liberal Association held for the  purpose of electing delegates to the  nominating convention-.'.shortly--to.  be held., The present indications  arc that Mr. R. Jardine be tendered  the nomination.  Vancouver B. C. Nov. 15th  Negro Roger Vinetto was arrested  today 611 Dupont Strc-it, and protested innocence, he will he given  a preliminary     hearing   today. "  New York Nov. 15111-���The  Thaw murder case is set for December 2nd, it will probably be postpone! ���  I-Ialifax Nov. 15th���Sir Charles  Hibbert Tupper has accepted the  consertative nomination for the  city of Pictou for the forthcoming  election ofthe   House of Commons,  Montreal, Nov. 15th���Mr. Bour-  assa who is well known in Federal  Politics, has withdrawn- from politics he has declined to be a candid-  ale for Commons in Labclle county.  '���'���'^.I^'i^ol;/-.-';^  Premier Campbell.'���: j-Jannerman after  addressing.a political hieeting.herc:  -was.;takeil'suddenly- ill /with,, lie.iri  trouble,   sbiiie*. prominentv .-London  .-   :-'    -    < ''"..a    .���"'-'-.- V'V.   -.'/.-:���-,   -.V''!:-;;".  doctors were 3i'ulm6ned!.it;.was;::lat;.  ter.;anhounced that he"was : progres-  ;siugv.iavprabl3'.;;::vvvJ.*\-;,.' [:y'y ;^^,.;J  -���v-Tokio,vv-Nbv>;;5th--^/Hon:;^  ieuk/:arrivedv h&re;;.-Thursdai^/lasL  //ft:Qltawa^>;Ndy.;;:-r5^  La\iner;Premier;pf,Canada;:exspects  tp;.//yisit;/;British;<Golumbiavin-/th  yeryv near-future-. v^y^ vvlM/"���"���;���'"  Vy Klimloops;B.:;��:<Npvyi6tp-H;'  S.to n't ,"-':.:\y ai 11 ed ."for-v m 11 r.d e r':/ at,;.- L i I tie  Fortr was captured '..'.-last; iii jgb't.'';;;.-:.:'*. =,':'.' -"'  vLbcial,and; Genera! I^ewsi  i, 'Fresh Fruit.and- .Vegetables.couir:  iiig In oil everi':boat;~Ev:Iv^Piliinan.;  ;fe :D.vFeatherstonehaugh;:fcirman  lfbr;the^N^:C:'':iG;:;v;:;Mv  works/remains;iii charge.during/the  -wihter,v:-':at)'d;.'-'*-.':*AviiL--; look-after' the  powder;dt-ifts.:'/v"v':'.; '/v;V/.v^.;v.-.:;v;.v.���'���v.-.:;;-  -v;;rnie,..Cu!iiig;Cltib":ha\*-e-;had':/sev-  eral ;meetings aiid'the So 1 wiiig,Geri��"  .telmah:/are;;offlcefs ^^ for  the; coming  ;se^pn.v^.;;;;;:''';:'';^;;;\;';.; J'-^J'^'--T':^yi  Pres.vJ';.A Fraser1(Vice,:Pres, G .D.  Sinclair, ;;;Sec-Treas, ���'.J.*;���'���'Cartraely.  Ross, Wheeling and ;.Webster/;coni-..  ^mitte'e.v-;v;i       -"..'-..' ������!.' -'y- ;v, :.  ;;;'ThelSrprth;Golumbia;Gold miniiig  Co. and thePine "Creek Power Co.  : J. M.���'.Ruffeher, .manager,1 closed  their operations this week;' the last  two pits '.were'--worked* with most  gratif3'ing';. results, produceiug the  largest- cleau.ups vlor. .the',".- .season,  if is" not. staled Vhoxv /much/vbut- it  tboktwov men.'-."to, carry .;onc;.!.and  then theyvleft some behind. .*;.:;:*i vl  ; The Spruce Creek . Boys:,have  about./.completed....<the-'.- outdoor  part of -the winter's, work and .some  have already commenced vpnting  out dumps.- v---':- '.:;-:--,v-- .-;--' -���  Fresh assortment : Lowiiey's  creams and chocolate ,niits at  C. R. Bourne.  Mr. Reginand B. Anderson,  while crossing First Street had the  misfortune to sit down rather heavily on tne icy road spraining, his  wrist his feet having takean heavenward flight, while not seriously injured, he has been unable to play  his musical iustrnmcni.  Bob '-Jameison, of Atlin ' New  York and Paris, manager for the  new Company, on Otter Creek, and  who is heavily intreested in various  properties throughout the District  intends to leave to day to spend the  Winter at some quit seaside resort  on the coast, probably Seattle or  Vancouver. He lias had his new  residence boxed up and intends  shiping same so soon as the walking is good. He hopes'' the  "change and rest" will restore his  health which the worries of the past  strenuous season have somewhat  undermined. ���*.*���*  . iMr.-'aiid, Mrs; R^D.;'���Fenlberstbn-:-  haugli; leaye^.tp/d^y ' on v a visit;. to>:  some,; friends /. : -at .,;V\' hi lev*',; Horse-..  .=; They 'will; -be ��� gone ;;sonie;weeks_/  :!Mr.J.:;;Fi-ancis Breeze, vwhOhasv  for, the. last/few. years been accotilit'-?;.,  antvwith ;tlie vPine.; Creekv Tower'  Cb.feavgs-lo daj^to,join;his.;family*::  on ".the, coast. .^.Mr.'/Breeze-was: one%;  ofthe first.cbmei^ to;tlie; camp;��� and/-  lhe-boys;are.sprry;to";see;;liim.;:go;.:--;-:  j/vMr,v ���]��;.M.'.iRuffnerf.|and'?Wife^;-  Manager-y.'oF'-'tbc" ;:North   Golhmbiai;.  Gold .Miiiig Company,' arevleaying;;  to..day.fpr the ..Coast. andvEeastenu:;  pointsvv;;.The}'vintend tb/go'via/Car-:'  cross and will- make; the- trip "from-/  Atlin; v;inv the vLaunch.vof. ,Mr;; J_  Eggart.Gapt-.   Bragg r and jMr.vFV  .Taylor.*.'.-taking.^  Fealh'crstonhaugh "aiid vvife'aiid;.Mr,V:  Breeze,;are-also/goiugvas passengers,.  Pob goes as; ba 1 last.-.-v.:.;        /,     -;;; ;;v/:  ;; The ;Jap;'boysv:;who v have ;beeb.  wbrking;;: for;-/tlie/vNortli7/Golumbia//  G;old:fMiiiingvGompany: this; season v  aredeaying to-day .Fdr/thecoastf;via.  Garcrbs;/'::';.v//vvv/v/v/v'.vv3;.;#.;''���;-;���' vV/;..;:I-i  M,  ;a;T;LI;N: ASS:E,SS.M,EN T  ;; DISTRICT..; -: , ~  In accordance with the provisions  of the;v"Assessment*^Act";, the  first;  session of the   "Gourt of Revision  and Appeal" for the 'Atliiv Assess-;  'ment'.-District    wilf be  ;held in  the  Court Room", Atlin 'B./'C.; on "Friday, the twenty ninth" daTy  of November, A. D. 1907. at the : hour  of:  eleven o'clock iii the foreuonV  Atlin. B. C. Nov. i 2th, 1907!'  .;.;';;.-v,-^;-;; : ;;��� ;Wm.p-;-s: Hathorn-:  Judge of the  Court .of'.Revision  and Appeal.-; -; -        vv ;.:;::.-..,. ;_.. ;..;��� v  .   :"v-NOTICE.",' \  Take notice that I Elizabeth  Htnchclifle shall apply .to the board  of Licence Commissioners of the  Atlin Licence District, at the next  regular mceling.on Decemeber ii'.th  1907; lor the transfer of my hotel  licence for the "Dawson" hotel  Taku, 13. C. to F. B. Wrong of  Taku, B. C.  Signed Mrs Elizabeth Hiuchciiffe."  Atlin B. C. Nov, 14II1, 1907.  ���'V*tf,V--*/V-V'V��.'^^^  mt��t  0jm��OUU���R.  CIT-TOTC'JE WINES "Ll-QUOI*?.  AND. CIGARS.  S. Jonhston Prop. ATLIN,   B. C,    SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER   i6,  1907.  The'Atlin I  t fir*. A 11,IN CI.AIM ii ���������j-iliohcd cvcnv oA-runoAV  morni-ic. .mailed j'nt-c TO-nrvv r,iir or THH  woni.o ron no cirrj^E pen mon-i*.*: io.oo pcr  vCAn. Anvcm'i'jtNG hates : ti.oo mi'h inch hack  tnuzmiori: -icadi-hc. noticed, si; entire a Lrnr.  ���*Tf.lAL   I1ATCI-.    ON    APPLICATION.   ���.$��<.   JOU PRINTING :  DILL-HCAU-.,        '  ETTEn-HCAO?.,  onDEn  POSTCr.c, vioiTlna  laud!-,  PnOCMAMMrG,       ETC.,  ETC.  PnOMPTLY    EXECUTED.  Fiat mislur, Cociarium, Magnum  ter in die post cibos ex aqne. If  this will not cure, then take a dose  of rough on rats which will cure.  The remcady may seem severe,  desperate cases require' desperate  measures.  }&9&JW^J*&^J^^.^.S>-J^&.S&&/^fr  i-nicrn   mooei-iate.  Tun Atm;; Cr.ATM Puhmshinc Co., l/rn.  W. I'OI,!*, \ HIl. OlIANT.        JlASAtlKII-DinBC'rOH.  This paper will be published  every Saturday morning, until we  quit, So subscibicrs need not feel  anxious about their unearned subscription.  To our readers, subscibcrs or non  we want it understood its no oncs'bu-"  siness what our religious or political  leanings may be, read and learn.  .Its our privilige to change without  asking leave. As to who writeslhe  articles for this sheet, well-you can  go to Hellitax. The only "people  who have the right to catechise us  are our creditors, (having had such'  an extensive experence with our  subscribers) we feel certain Ve^kuow  how to stand them off.  -The "Empire", Prince Rupert  in speaking of the voters of British'  Columia bemoans the fact that  while they are largly made up of  wage earners many of whom are  intelligent nnd fair minded yet have  no; voice' in making laws for the  Dominion, It says ''They arc" represented by a prominent lawyer  a poker player a sawmill manager  a druggist a news paper owner a  politician and Billy Sloan," Well  as with Omar, "And if a curse well  then who put it there?"  Fresh Fruit and -Vegetables  every boat  -    First Street.  �����-^r'.<'-*-*rf**rf--#tf-tf-<''r-<^^  will  arrive  by  The Iron Siore,l ���  Some body said or was it wrote,  "Now is the winter of our discon-.  tent" or something that meant he  had had too much of a ' certain  strenuous blend or had been treated  lo a certain little "Wand" we wot of  which by the way is to have a sheep  skin covering just to keep it warm,  or esle he had never been Atlin after  the last bonl went out,  Out side of the above three  reasons, no one here should know  the word "discontent" especialy in  the winter, there being so much  doing, its xmas before you really  have thought about it, with St.  Valentines day and the 17th tumbling aftar.  It will soon be a common thing  to see a broom burring to the curling with a man and turban in tow,  and then those matches, with every  one at fever heat, hot at the other  side, looking- as though the world  depended on them, with the old  stagers smiling pitingly at the new  ones, and when a good slane is  "put" saying encouragingly with a  selfcomplacent look, "vera guid  mon. vera guid" Skating, Hokey,  Dances, and Tea lights, Sewin g bees  ye gods talk aboulVliscoulcnl! nix.  Then there are other ways for the  ew, but we've all been there, and  besides 'well, well,-'.young people-  will be j'OHng.  Tliei-c*is'|only one tiling that may  nmr the harmony, but' here is a  good antidote. ]I1 "your ever Ie  like saying those .'nice tiling about  tlie resljof mankind, and some in  particular go down to Holmes pill  emporium and get, Tinct, asafoelidi,  Drackmns duas, (for the heart.)  Tiucl, Valei'in. DraGkmasXucias.  (for the stomach.')  Sulph,   Bicarb,   minimum  (for the breath.)  Spirit Vini, Gallici. (for all the  other organs.) Take over to  ���'������io'ipy's, mix in a black bottle, and  Kiel- Hardie visists one corner of  India for some days, comes to the  conclusion that the 300,000,000  people of India are as capable 'of  self-government as are the people of  Canada and ought to have it.and  goes through the country advising  the people to strike for home rule.  The old man's head seems to be  turned by the flower wreaths with  which he has been crowned hy his  Indian admirers.  The above  is  from the Hamilton  (Ontario).   Herald.    Kier    Hardie,  after a few weeks in   India,   knows  just as much about the Indian problem as do men from  the  East  who  come out to British Columbia,   stay  two days, then go back   home  and  write solutions of the Asiatic .coolie  problem.    No great race or   industrial or governmental  problem   has  ever deen solved by men   like   Kier  Hardie and the well-meaning Eastern Canandian sentimentalists  who  come to British Columbia with their  perculiar notions about the race and  industrial questions that are now to'  the front in this province.    If home  rule is good for Ireland and India.it  should be a pretty  good   thing  for  British    Columbia.    And  if given  home rule, the people ofthe province  would  settle     the    Asiatic   coolie  question within thirty days, and settle it iu such a way that the Ontario  sentimentalists    would    get   good-  siezed doses of the medicine the yare  so willing that the people of British  Columbia should   keep   on   taking.  POOL  ROOM  GOOD  STABLING  DISCOVERY, B. C.  THE   DINING   ROOM   IS   UNDER   THE   SUPERVISION   OF  MRS. ROXBOROUGH.      GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION  ONLY THE BEST QUALITY OF   GOODS USED AT THE BAR  BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL. ,  M  KONRAD WawRECRA, MANAGER.  Brewers  of Lager Beer  P&ssea  orier��  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY  HOTEL .  9&P&&&9  *&&&����&&&��&&&&:&&&&&&> ������&&&&!  :&&& &:P&p&&. C&&&&&  If Jonah   had   been   after  inside  information he certainly would have  got ie  Some good people have become  aroused over the menace of the  "unwritten law." But what can  they about it? It certainly ivon't  do any good to have it written.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  The Bar is supplied   with   none   but   the   best brands of Liquors  and Cigars.    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  F. B. Vrooman, president of the  B. A. Dreging Co. and who has  been making an inspection of pro-  c-rlies on the "Hootalinqua" in  which his Company are interested  and from which' they got prospects  as high as $25 $30 per ton states  the company will have three dredgs  in operation there, He. says he believes the Atliu Country will take  the place of the Klondyke in a  years time. .  w^i^^'tt^&4-ff<fifia'4'&&8^44-is'-d4^4 ^^^^^^^^^-o^^s^t^^-ff^^if^^'S'-a^  /)������( 1t>  ATLIN,   B.   C,   SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER i6,   1907.  OUR CHIEF   INDUSTRY.  Regardless of whatsomc of our  citzens may thiink, placer mining,  and not "bean peddling," or any ol  the numerous vocations followed by  those not directly engaged in milling our chcif industry. The Mines  support our merchants of both wet  and dry ware-;, our sawmills and  professional classes, besides being  the main source of Government  revenue. The sooner all learn to appreciate these facts and live up to  them the better for the industry.  During the past season all of the  operations, with one or_ two exceptions, the reasons for which will  appear later, have been a decided  success, in most instances an advance on previous year's when all  things are.taken into consideration.  There have been some somewhat  scarlling suprises, due to both ignorance of the laws governing placer  mining and also of the laws governing practical business meathods as  applied to placer mining, in other  words, sending a boy to do a man's  work.  The first surprise of the season  came as somewhat of a "jolt" to  Mr. .Obalski, manager for the  Societe Minirere, the French Syndicate, operating oil Boulder Creek,  on his return to Atliu the later part  of April last.  On his arrival here found that' a  goodly portion of the placer claims  held by the company on Boulder  had lapsed, in fact had lapsed in  some instances over a year previous and -wonder of wonders for  Atlin* had so soon as discovered  been relocated, "Jumped" he called  it, but relocated is nicer.  Anther surprise for the same  Gentleman, was this Fall, on working up"to the end of their Creek  ground, to run into a lot of timbers  in a bench claim belonging to the  Company to find the same all drifted  out, and by the state of tlie timbers  the work must have been done  several years ago.  YVho was to blame for the first  error is rather hard to say, at all  events gross carelessnes is to be laid  at somebodys door, and in the  meantime, the company are looser  the ground in question. It looks  like, "Penny wise and pound foolish." Better to pay some one in the  business to look after titles then to  loose ground. As to the as to  the working out of the Bench  in question, well that was done by  parties now out of the camp, and  the company was not responsible  for the thieving propensities of  some of their neighbors,  From a mining point of view the  Company has had a very successful  season. During the last winter  some,8 to 10 men were engaged  drifting on the creek property, with  very handsome results, to the miners  who had the lay and to the company for percentage, altho it was  a mistake to drift out ground that  really should have been piped,  there being enough ground there  that is easierto drift than too pipe,  owing to the amount of gravel to be  handled with only a small and limited quantity of water.  This sping the Company   started  operatoins Early in May aiid continued till the middle of October,  altho during September and October the,water was very low, and  piping was carried on . under great  difficulties owing to the large amount  of heavy material that had to be  handled by hand.  Twelve men were engaged by the  Company during the summer season  and some 80,400 cubic yards of  gravel were moved, not a bad showing. The total amount of gold recovered Tor ihe year being $41,000,  00 at a profit of $16,000,00  During the present winter ' the  Forman Mr. J.' Traber will - work  some 6 to 10 men drifting on a portion of the Company's ground on  which he has a lay. This ground  cannot be piped to advantage but  should be drifted with considerable  profit to the laymen.  Next season it is'the intention of  the management to work'' on the  East limit of the creek lease and  probably continue the present cut  on the West limit up through Tel-  fords Creek claims and the bench  claims of the Company adjoining  same, and also to open up the  deep  o;oooc-r.^o*cioc<'S>a0a-��--ooG-'5'cea-��c'.-��> x ���9.c(-*:o;*��o;*��<>o:-��>��<>j:(<>!a<>oc>"o-!>-':<'o-*c^  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  PI-?ERH   DRESSED   MEATS  ���gsgjasa^aTgLfjqrcjt-j-w-j;  POULTRY   OP  ALL  KINDS,   Dressed to  Order.  GI-IBJS. .DOEL/KEH,   MANAGER  <*-^.P��'^ftJWfc-R^^I^^&S''.-9';*:9>3:-55 <e&a&tttt4tt&tttttt&4&4f&64&e  ground  1) 1  ow  present workings.  This Company owns all the back  benches on both sides of the creek  under leases, but no work has ever  been done ' to demonstrate their  values. It also holds some of the  Front Benches and Creeks further  up stream, the creeks having been  previously worked, but a second  working will pay handsomely.  Until the Company acquires all  the property below Discovery, and  workes same in a systaimatic way,  they iieed never look For any great  results, this however is only by  the way.  Mr. Obalski and his forman certainly deserve praise for the way  they have handled Boulder during  the past two seasons. The first  that there has been any appreciable  profit.  THE WHITE, PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  f *  Through   Line   from   Skaguay  to   Atlin,   White   Horse,  Big-  Salmon,,,  Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finely  appointed trains daily, except Sunday,  between Skanuay, Caribou  and   Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and  Express.  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST  CLASS   TRAINS:  '  , No. 1.���North Round. I  No.2.���Soutli Uound.      '  9.30 ii.m. Lv. SKAGUAY Ar. -l.ROp.rn.  2.10 1-.111. Lv. CARrHOU Lv.ll.r.0 a.m.  1.30 p.m. Ar. WHIT IS HOUSE l.v. 9.110 a.m.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  Leave CARIBOU 5 p.m. Mondays,  " " ft p. m. Thiir.silays,  Leave ATLIN r> p. m. Tuesdays,  " "        5 p. m. Fridays,  Arrive ATLIN 9 a.m. Tuesdays.  " "        9 n. in. Fridays.  Arrive CARLROU 7 a.m. Wednesdays.  "c " 7 a. in. Saturdays.  ISO pound-! of lwjrKnsc will be checked freo with each full faro ticket and 7f>  pomiA  with each half fare ticket.  Passengers must he at depots in time to havo HnRfinRC Inspected and checked.  Time Schedules are subject to chunprc without notice.  ��3?-    Baggage   Bonded  Through.  For Information relative to Passenger, Freisht, Express nnd  Tclcp-rnph   Rates  apply to any ujtout of the Company or to  A. L. BKTIT10R,  Gen. M-?r.,  Vancouver, 11. C and  Skai?uny, Alaska.  J. LIPSCOMBE,  Agent, Atlin.  TRAFFIC  MANAGER,  Vancouver, H. C, and  Skaguay, Alaska.  Just  in   assortment    of   Glokar  and Peterson pipes.���C. R. Bourne.  TO CONSUMPTIVE  The undersigned having been restored lo 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  copy of the prescription used, which  they will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma,' 'Catarrh, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  MaiJadiks. 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.  >fove$ and Hardware!  IRON  PIPING,   STEEL   AND   BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE.  -   STEEI, SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  ��  Stores in Att.in and Discovery.  $-��-��-�����-�� ����<������������-�� ����������������������t����>�� o <$��������������������<���������*�����������������������������<)  fJJs      JLPJLiU  Successors  to  J  H. Richardson.  latest styles in gent's furnishings  dry goods, carpets, house furnishings,  gold seal. hip gum boots and shoes,  full line of miners gloves and mitts.  Stoh.es atatlin and discovery.  ���������������� ���-��-��"���  i O $>�������� ��-����������������� �����-��-��-��  ��-��-9  TOB PRINTING AND COMMERCIAL WORK.  CARDS, POSTERS AND HAND BILLS & &  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  THE  CLAIM OFFICII ll  ATLIN,    B.   C.     SATURDAY,    NOVEMBER 16,    1907.  Mr! John Dunham   License Com-  1'i.i^-ioner had the sari news by   wife  .Satcrdiy  last   of  the death   of   ins  falhei.  . I-I-'tel' Dewey, Skagway.���Rales  to suit everybody. Electric lights,  electric hells steam heat. Free bus.  Everything modem.  Mr. Jos Traberwho has for the past  two seasons;'' been superintendent  for the French Company on Boulder has some five men engaged  drifting on the Company's propeity  on which he has a lay fcr the winter. If he is as successful. as last  year he .will have another poke as  big as a rolling pine to show his  friends in the spring.  Jo, was iu town last Sunday.  Beb Carlson had the misfortune  to lall and break acouplc of ribs last  week' while engaged in the N. C. G.  M. Co's pit.  Dr. Ilarrisson attended to his  injuries.  D. I-I. McDonald, A'tlin Grocer,  intends onening up a branch store  in Discovery on or about January r.  I\:ter Balloon, The Bull of the  Woods ,and Suobse, have hit the  tail timbers for awhile, as they went  up the trail you could hear them  singing in three different keys  "Back, to the woods for mine."  George Gould, presides  over  the  Spi uce. Creek    Hydralic property,  where he is always   willing  lo  sec  bis friends and beat  them  at Crib.  Mr. Wm, I-Iadden, has charge of  the properties of theGoogey's steam  shovel    and   The    "Philadelphia"  Dream   for the winter.  Capt, James is progressing very  nicely at the Hospitial, I-Ic is now  able with a little aid to take a  little nourishment, In fact on Sunday he was able to double shoot the  turn a:-d worked some one   for   two  ��*.  DlSCOViU-lV,   B. c.  l-'IKST-Ci-iASS DIN'INC   KOOM  GOOIJ CI.KAN IIOOM:'  ONLY   TIIU ;i!KST GOODS  USUI) AT TUB IJAlt.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  t-ci��aK.vtTi-*iiJii  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor.  Hampton   &,   D-.iric,  Proprietors.  Hlggf! i��s*t  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  .RESTAURANT '  Under  ICnt iroly Now Maiiii^ciiient.  ilo.idnunrrp.rs for Dixon's stage.  ' a    '     ATLINTO LODGE  ft *'\  -.,.   /:i'^\ A. F. d. A. M.  H:hmMM<f No- '2. G. R. 11. 0.  -/���*,'Cvw^'\ '        ,,       ,  -   p    ���--. v',/    * Jtosnlar   comniunica-  V1" '       lions hold  on the   first  Thursday of each mont.li in  tlio  A. 0. U. W.'  J lull, Third .Street.  Visities brethren cordlnllv invited, . -.:.-,  The next re-miar communication tvill bo  iieid on Thursday, Nov. 7ih, (it 7.SO p.m.  By order of tho W. il.  '..-   '���     C.'K.-'IIUURNK. SlSOKBTAIlY.  uxa.'jtxs>uti%Z'\^^.w-nj ���*  mornin s-tuonuu p.  Oo-sa-da-Fish, is greatly improved and was able to get across  the ward by backing up three times  .Says we will get out the other side  of cot and back up all the way in  future,     "Kvcra time T brooka".  P. G. Anderson, has about completed his contract for powder drifts  ror the Steam Shovel on   Pine.  The "Doodle" is convinced   that  the Sheriff will soon be able to  spell  " Poslponmcnl" without refrence to  a Diclionnar5*.  Jack Carlmcl, has been buying  som e furniture--?  Tlie friends of Mr. Chis, Doelker,  will be pleased to hear that he is  greatly improved.  Now is the time   for  delinquents  lo come to   the  aid   of  th  5heet.  Mrs. Bender is running Pill's Box  on fi  pruce.  Bob, McKay, J. Smith, Angus.  Beaton, and P. F. Callaghau have  taken a lay on Deislcr's Iowa Bench  iruce,  on.vS'i  this week.  Thev commenced work  Dr. Johnson, hit Atlin this week  He hit Taku the next d:  iv.  Ionium,   Fisher   who  has   beet  Synopsis of Canndian Homestead   Regulations.  A NT available Dominion Lands within  J~\ the Kyilwuy licit in Hritisli Columbia,  may 1)0 hoi-.iosteadod by any person who is  tho sole head ol' a family, or any male over 18  years of a.-^e, to tlin extent, of one-quarter  sect ion of IGO acres more or less.  Entry must*, bo made personally at tho local  land office for the district in which the land  i'. situate.  The homesteader Is renuircd to perform  tho conditions* connected therewith uiidcr  one of tlie following plans:  (1) At least sin months' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years. ���  (2) I f the father Cor mother, If the father Is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm iu the vicinity of the land ontorcd for,  the reiiuircmeuts as to residence may bo  satisiicd by such ptM'sun residing; with tho  father or mother.  (3) If the ucUlcr has his permanent residence upon fnrniinf.y hind owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements at; to residence may bo satisfied by  residence upon the said laud.  Six months' notice in wrilinpr should bo  tfiven to tin-Commissioner of Dominion Lands  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal I amis may bo pn rohnsed at .?I0 per acre  for soft coal und S-OIV  ilhracite. Not mora  than.'.120 acres can be itcuiilrcd by one indi-  npany.   Jloyally nt; the rate of  vicinal or coins  ten cenls nor Urn of 2,000 pounds shall bo collected on the jri-oss output. '  W. W.OOKV.  Deputy of tlin .Minister of tho Interior  N.H.���UimiUlioi'lztMl publication of litis nd-  B. C.   COAST   SERVICE.  Princess   May  Y7 ���   Nov�� 'O  Sailing from S It a guv ay 8 p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver  and Victoria.  Trnnsportlnjx by rati or steamer to Seattle without, extra charge  ���STOI'-OVIJII.S   AU/JWJJJJ. ������  IO  ickcl"; to any part, of Ihe world  I  rt, of Ihe world. Tp* '���'   *r>     "\fl       X  r   '     10  ���'or rtilos or information apply to    JL  .    JL  ���      VV .    .l-^O v\ iC^  AkdiiI. .Slsunway.  <&-���>-���>-<  Gl  .-��-���-��-��� <*���><���>-���-��-��-��-��� ������-���-���-���-<���-��-*--��'������-*-��-*��� ���-���-�� >-���-���"���*-��� <���>  USE OUK ADVERTISING  k.  Placing before the public  the many* advantages of  the district is the object of  HfPff  ��^  ���0^a*a*o^a-*&��^o.oo*.Q*��C(^oxioo'OO��.ooo*o��a*ooo0<>aeo*5'O.��  This cannot be successfully accomplished with-  out the.generous support of  the  business  people and  the residents.  SEND US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION  &%s&  vertlsei  it. will not be paid for.  jy2l-b'm  repscsentiuj.  the  hcriff  on  the  'Ivm.'.inier   Mine   returned   witli   the  mail  ast wee!  "i lie wires went up Salcrday alter  .. a week's Holidav.  irr  Jo K  BARBER SHOP.  j. W. THOMPSON, Prop.  Why sf,si) out when you ca:; hist noons as ciihai- iikih'.���*  Atlin, Nugget ant!   Grape   Rint;<-*  and till kinds-'of  .Iewclr.\  fnctilred on tlie premises.  ino   New  Watches from SS.00 up.  jtock   of   Watches,   Cloctts,  Jewelry   and   Diamonds  Atrculii for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut GUits, Hand Paisitad China, Souvenir Spoons  8 E66ERT-& SON.  EIRS'f-CEASS SERVICE ONLY  L,  Safety Deposit Vaults  ATI,IN   AND   J'ISCOVKKY,  itchmakers. and Manufacturing Jev/elrs,

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