BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Atlin Claim Nov 24, 1906

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xatlin-1.0169828.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xatlin-1.0169828.json
JSON-LD: xatlin-1.0169828-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xatlin-1.0169828-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xatlin-1.0169828-rdf.json
Turtle: xatlin-1.0169828-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xatlin-1.0169828-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xatlin-1.0169828-source.json
Full Text
xatlin-1.0169828-fulltext.txt
Citation
xatlin-1.0169828.ris

Full Text

 Yi A906  e-  G\  Vl/'CTOH^>^  VOL. rg.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,    NOVEMBER    24,   .906.  NC. 385  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  [HI'KCIAI. TO TIIK  Cr.AI.M.l    ���  .Seattle, Nov. 22.���The steamer  Dix runiiiug between this city and  Port Blakely, sank two miles north  . of Alki point,' at 7 p. m. Sunday.  She collided with the Alaska Coast  Company's steamer Jesumie. The  Dix carried seventy passengers. She  sank two minutes after being struck-  Forty-nine of the passengers including mostly women and chi ldren  were drowned. Most of those who  were drowned were Port' Blakely  people. Nq bodies have been, recovered so far. The mate ofthe  Dix wdio was drowned is said to  have been responsible,  Rome. No.\\ 22.���A bomb was  exploded wear the high altar in St.  Peter^s church, during the services.  One person was injured. An indescribable scene of confusion followed in which women and children  were trampled upon. The perpetrator has not yet been unearthed.  Capetown, Nov. 22^���Ferriera,  the Boer freebooter, together with  kis followers, has been captured by  the ..^i6n:^i patrols^  Vancouver, Nov. 22.���Seventy  Hindus spent the night in a three-  joomed shack; They fought like  demons for space to. lie down. The'  police were called in to- quell the  uiot. The SS Tartar brought over  300 Hindus on her last trip. I.t  was the roughest trip 'ever experienced.  Seattle, Nov. 22.���Thousands of  people are homeless and suffering  from hunger and exposure. The  aesults of the recent floods iu Oregon and Washington-. All- the rail-  aoads have been tied up. Thousands of live stock have perished.  It is the worst flood in the history  of the state.  Fernie*. B. C, Nov.. 22.���President Mitchell has endorsed the  agreement made by Burke and the  strike is ended.  Edmonton, Nov. 22.���There, will  be a coal famine in Saskatchewan  and Alberta unless the Lethbri'dge  strike is settled at once.. The  weather is cold . and there will be  much suffering.  Seattle, Nov. 22.���Mrs.. Creffield,  wife of "Holy Roller, died suddenly in her cell, probably heart failure.  Ottawa, Nov. 22.���McKenzieand  Maun will apply to parliament for  permission to extend their line from  Edmonton to the coast..  Ottawa, Nov.. 22.��� Senator Vidal  56 dead. This, leaves, five vacancies  mi the senate.  Vancouver, Nov. 22..���Robertson  & Hackett'& sask and door factory  and moulding store nosim were destroyed by fire Thursday, Doss will  5ftabout $40,000..  Brief News of the World.  The curlers of Whitehorse have  organized.  Mrs. TZ. B. Barteau, of Whithorse,  died in Skagway, last week.  ��� General William A. Shafter died  at Bakersfield, Cal., November 12.  He was 71 years old.  Governor. Mclnnes is on his way  out from Dawson on a trip to  Ottawa.  T. B. Straven intends to operate  an auto stage line'on.the Fairbanks  and Valdez winter route.  Thousands of Jews are leaving  Russia for the -United States, three  vessels carrying 5,000.  A gang of .bank robbers'in Odin,  111., stood off over a thousand citizens, making their escape in an automobile.  At a session of The Methodist  Church of the World, held in Rochester, N.Y.'; $750,000 was voted  to build churches in San Francisco.  , Sir Thomas Lipton has declared  bis intention of again competing for  the America Cup. May his shadow  never grow less.  ��� Last week the De Beers company  raised the price of diamonds twenty  per cent.  Armour's representative in Philadelphia has been arrested for using  boracic acid on hams. -  . Two hundred and. thirty tons of  Argentine Republic meat was condemned in London last week.  The indiaus of Wyoming are on  the warpath. The killed five cowboys and drove off cattle valued at  over $100,000.  Nearjy 10,000 Americans settled'  in Manitoba and the Northwest during ]ulj' and August of this year.  Every gambling game in Skag-  town has been closed. The chink  of the chip is heard no more.  F. W. Davey, late of the customs  at Victoria, has been appointed collector at Prince Rupert.  King Haakon and Queen Maud,  of Norway, are the guests of King  Edward ,VII. Queen Maud is the  daughter of Great Britain's king  and queen.  George E, Adams, formerly cashier of the Seattle assay office, pleaded guilty to the charge of embezzlement,, and was sentenced to ten  years at hard labor.  Captain Walbran has been appointed to the command of the Dominion fisheries boat Kestrel, superceding Captain. Newcombe, who  was retiree? on account of corrupt  practice in buying ship's stores.  The- steamer Psincess Louise has  been sold to a Vancouver firm for a  coal carrier. She made the trip  around the horn in iS6q, 75days out  from New York. At that time she  �������>��� .  McDonald's   Grocery    makes a  specialty p'f fresh eggs and butter.  was   the   clipper craft in   western  waters.  President Roosevelt, accompanied  by President Amador, has started  on a tour of inspection , over Ihe  Panama canal route. He is going  to satisfy himself that everything is  all right.   '���-���-.*       ���    ���  The minister'from Brazil was insulted by questions put to him by  the immigration officer. On landing at New York he was asked if he  had ever been' an inmate of-a poor  house or a prison. Him welly angly.  J. P. Morgan and the Guggen-  heimers have combined' to finance  the Copper River and Northwestern  railway, running from Valdez to  Eagle on the Yukon, 476 miles.  "Gunner" Jim Moir in a contest  for the heavyweight championship  of England, won on a foiil, over  Jack Palmer, in ten rounds. A  purse of $1,750 and a side bet went  to Moir. It look place at the National Sporting. Club of Loudon.  Charlie Atkinson, the man who  helped 16 men to stowaway in a  box car on the.White Pass, bound  from Whitehorse'to Skagway, was  sent over the road for one year with  hard labor. The, stowaways each  paid him $10.00. ��� They afterwards"  contributed $10.25 each to the court  exchequer.  The Carnegie hero fund commission, in Seattle, refused to honor  John Segalo, the hero of the Valencia wreck. Segalo made five attempts to swim ashore with a line  from that "ship when she was beaten  to pieces. She had a big list of  passengers on board. The reasons  given were that he had exhibited  himself at ten-cent shows, and had  already received ten medals for his  action.  Jimmy Featherstonehaugh and J.  Gigol are expected in tomorrow.  They are away after moose. It is  their intention to bring their game  in 'on the hoof as this saves trouble  in packing it.  Tom White, Nat Murphy, Jack  Perkinson and George Neill returned a couple of days ago from a hunt.  Two sheep and a moose were  sacured.  The juvenile gentlemen of Allin  were entertained on last Thursday  evening at the home of Mr. W. P.  Grant. After a sumptious dinner  had been disposed of as only hearty  and healthy Northern boys know  how, games began. Feats of endurance, strength and agility were indulged in, also ducking for apples  and other pastimes. The party  broke tip about 11 o'clock. The  boys say they 'had a fine time.'  The steam whaler Alexander, oi  San Francisco, went ashore at Cape  Parry, August 16. She is a total  loss. The crew had to row 400  miles in open boats. Their sufferings were awful. They report the  mutiny of the crew of the Olga, she  is drifting somewhere in the Arctic,  without officers.  Joseph L. Banks Passes Away.  The funeral of tlie late Joseph Lee  Banks took place Monday-last from  Pillman's undertaking rooms. .Service was held at the Presbyterian  church by the ' Rev.'A. M. Ross,  and also at the cemetery. The.pall  bearers were, H. Young, R'.'-B. Dixon, T. I-Ianna, J.'Cartmel, M. R.  Jamieson and H. Brown.  -,The late Mr. Banks .was a native  of Kentucky, born . in. the 50's.  Since earl}' -manhood he has been  engaged in mining, with the excep- ,  tion of a few years he was Indian,  agent in. E^ist* Washington. For  the last* 12-years he was in Alaska  and the-Yukon,- where he was well  known. 'Australia, New Zealand,  Africa, India, Burma and Japau  had at.various times been his home.  His married daughter now resides  in Australia.  . He made a remarkably strong  fight for life, and Saturday morning  at three o'clock, had never, since  the accident, been apparently, so  well and his .chances for recovery  brighter. He fell into a restful  sleep from which he never awoke.^  He died at 5.30.  No one knew just how badly he  had been hint, until the examination held -.afterwards - when ��� it ��� was  found that three ribs had received  compound fractures, the lung had  been perforated in two places and  the diaphram punctured. The accident was so serious there was  really no chance  for  recovery.  Work will be started in the mines  at Conrad as soon a I go below,  said Col. Conrad to a newspaper  man, in Skagway, the other day.  There was no occasion for the  mine being shut down. The winter  supplies for the mines and the  crews are all in camp. All the development work is on good rich ore.  Since the 1st of November a new  and rich vein has been developed  on the Big Thing mine, going from  $50 to $200 a ton.  The mine does not owe a dollar  and has a great quantity of rich  ore in sight.  The Whist Club.  The results of the third meeting  of the whist club are as follows:  No. 1.���-Vickers-Pilhnan 9; -.Rorke-.  Wallace 2. No. 2.-���-Gagne-Dow-  ling 10; Williams-Bourne o. No. 3  ���Fraser-Cumniings, J. 8; Hathorne-  Sinclair r. No. 4.���Wheeling-Cum-  mings, 12; Faulkner-Cullin 2. Jack  is sending out for illuminated rules  of the game. Pie will put them iu  a prominent place so he may study  when not busy. Charlie Bourne  will have a copy. Bob and Ormond  will get a little.deck aue practice in  spare time. The other gen tiemeii  who went down to defeat may have  the use of the cards or look at the  rules any time.  ��  The latest books arrive  at   C. R.  Bourne's as soon as published. AVI/IN,   B. C,    SATURDAY.    NOVEMBER    24*.    19-aS.  The Atlin Claim,  1 ill- A 1 LIN CLAIM ia pununHno cvcnv satufiday  MOI.NlNn. MAILED rni*c TO AN'.. PAnT or THE  woni.n   ron   nn.CE.tTn    pen   month.:   -Sfc.oo   pen  YCAI1. ADVCnriblNC nATHS : thO'.PCni'.CI.CAC.I  ���NT" r,.T>ON : ntftniNC NOTICES, 2C.CCNTT..A 1.1 N C.  BPCC.AL    MATES     ON    APPLICATION.  JOB I'KINTljKi :  .LL-HrAos. postf***!***, vmiT.Nr.  ca.ids,  LETTCn-llrADS, PMOUn AM MCS,        ETC,,   CTC.  onoens  pnoMPTLV   cxccutcd.  pn.ccs   MODCrtATE.  The Atlin Claim Puiii.itjiusft Oc>.,.f,K*]i.  W.   Por.r.AHi).    Ghakt.    liniTon-llANAOi'.n.'  A Suggestion.  Our  correspondent! 'Teinpus-Fu-  git"calls   attention   to. the* need of  greater precautious  being, taken   in  our mining work lo-avoid'accidents  which so  often  lead1 to loss of life  and' limb.   .No mining man ot any  real experience can fail to recognize  the  dangerous   manner   in   wbioh  some of the  properties   are worked  in this district..   The-most ordinary  precautions  are  often   entirely disregarded,   and it  is a wonder that  fatal accidents arenot more*frequent.-'  We are of the opinion thatithevgor-  erntiient should have a* qualified! inspector of mines stationed in the.dis-  trict.    Where  most of  the  miners  are" mere novices, and   tha-company  managers  sometimes but little belter," it is very necessary,.for the sake  o�� all   concerned,   that the government should have  surveillance, over  the mines where danger to life is involved.    Then  again, ��� the office of  inspector might   include  thaoffici'al  duty   of verifying  titles- to mining  properties..     The   inspector would  keep up-to-date plans, .showing ever}'  holding,   whether- lease,  placer-  or  quartz claim;'and- this alone would  tend to obviate th'e-continuarueoes-  slty for litigation,   the black spot on  our industry,   by which, we are advised  most of the gold winnings of  the individual miners are lost in the  expensive. payments  of'law costs.  We   do,    therefore,*, ask- those- in  whom   is   vested   authority  to give  their attention  to these urgent matters, and thereby take that which is-  passing by the forelock.  essaiily jeopardized; then, possibly,  some safeguard ma}- be found . in  investigating the cause and.effast of  every accident;-and giving publicity-,  to the same for the guidance, of  mi nets, who, perchance, are risking.'  their lives unknowingly,.  With the able but limited means-  for treating accidental cases in  the local hospital, it.seems all the  more impoutunT that a mutual effort  should be made by the authorities  and the mining community to minimize as far- as possible the causes,  which.lead to .those deplorable accir  dents.  ...__ 'Tfcmpus F'ugit.'  The. ; Canadian   Bank   of   Commerce.  CAPITAL   PAID    UP   $10,000,003,  Resr'rvk,  $4,500,000.. ,   ,  ���Branches of the Bank. a.d Jeattie,  San-. Francisco,  Portland,  *   ' Skagway, etc..  Exchange, sold, on all Points.  Gold' Dust' Pukchaskd.  At&in''Bkancu;  J. A.. SMITH. Manager.  Synopsis al   L'an.uliiin  Homestead   Ite.-ulntions.  A NY available Dominion bands' within  _��"_*_ the liiiilway Hell in Hritish Columbia,  miiy lie li<>.'i'.*.-,t..*u.le<l by any person who. is  the soli*, hoii.l of a l'aiiiily��oi*:nuy mule over IS  years of ajje, .to tlin extent of one-ciu'artor  section ol JtiO acres moro or less..  Entry, must ho n.a.lo personally lit the local  land oiliee for.tl.c district in which the land,  is situate.  The homesteader, is required ; to.perform  the conditions connected therewith'' timlcr  <ino of the lollo.wiiitcj.lm.s:  (1) At. leastisis months' residence upon mid  cultivation of tlie limd.in each year.for throe  years. ,  ,  ��� ("!) If the father (ov mother, if the father.is  deceased) ol the homesteuder resides upon a  farm, in the vicinity.of the land entered for,  the roiuiroments as tOiiresidence, may., be  satisfied hy mil-Ii person residiufr with "tho-  father or mother.. ���  (!!' if the net tier has his permanent residence upon fa.���mint? laud owned hy him in  the vicinity of his homestead, .the veciuii.-c-.  meats as. to vesideuce maybe satisfied by  residence upon the said land.  Six months' notice iu writing should be  {riven to tlt.cCcunuiihSiuiicv.oF nonunion Lands  tv.0 Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lauds.may he purchased at SiO per acre  for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more  than IKO acre.', can be ueu.yircd by one iudi--  viilual.or company. Royalty at the rate of.  ten cents per ton of 2,000 ..poainds shall be collected ojj the srross output..  W. \V. CORY,  r,     Deputy of the Minister of the fiiteiuor.  N.15.���Unauthorized publication of this Jul:  vertisomuut w ill not bo paid for...        jy21rttm  i*$-*V0.�� ����������� ���������>����������������������������.��� ��.*>.��� $><&-  ���-���-���-�����������>���.  USE  OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS  ^W        __   qjP        ,  tfi^ 6*5��*     ,.  ^r*+ tJJj��� 80** ' 10y f&*> &T&*  Notice to Purchase' Land,  The Sandon Review* says, re tho-  'Better-Terms' controversy:-    "The  Grit press would'have registered'a  kick no  matter  what- resulted.*    It  "is one  of ' the planks  of their plat--  fonu.    If the premier had not handed the bluff back  to the dealers-he  would have been,.in the eyes of the  Grits and everybody else, a coward;  a dastard, a.weakling-      As il was,  hlc set out to .secure better terms for-  the province,   and* he wentstrong*.  He  played   his  cards   for  all they  were worth and  by   this  means secured a better offer than the conference    was*   at    first   prepared     to  concede.  To the Editor:  Sir.���Considering the serious accidents which have occurred in our  mines, through want of proper supervision, or by carelessness on tlie  part of the miners,���is it not time  that remedial measures be devised  to lessen these recurring accidents?  If any such accidents are due to insufficient management, or incautious  mining, or inferior fuse, or by any  aih.eriGa.use*..- fey_. whicli.HfeJ&.unuec:--  -JVT0T1CH Is hereby  trlven  that  1, Jl.. It,  -^-^-   Jatiiieson,. intend   to   apply, to    the  Chief   Commissioner   of. f-auds  und Wor.lcs,.  after (id days from  date.,for   permission .tix  purcha'-'u   the   folloiwiajj;  described tract.of  lund:. Coiumcncinir at a  post, on the northern end of. the divide between  Spruce  und.  Otter Creoles, .thence 10 chnins south, -thence.  ���SO chains east, thcucc -10 chains north! thence  ���I')   chains   west to-point  of..camiueiiQemeiit;  cuutauiin^ 1110 acres more or less.  Dated 1st. October,.1U0U.  <U -M.'lt.JAMIESON.  ii  -jSn-OTLCli .% hereby xi\  ���L*.^*    rvunl.ani, intend to i  iven that   l��� John,  apply to.tho Chief I  Commissioner of r.ands  and Works, after Ml  days   from date, for permission to.purchase  the following described tract of. land:.  Com  menciu��  at, il post   on   tlie summit of tho  divide-between Spruce   and   Otter.  Creeks,  thciici'.iil) chains east, thence 40 chains north,  thence liO chains west,.thence 40 chains south  to   point, of commencement,.containiii}; 2i(J  acres-more or.less.  Dated 1st Oetohcr.jaOB..  ill . JOHN DUNHAM..  Placing' before the public-  .the many  advantages^o��:  ..the/district i is the object of  Cbe Atlin eiai  This cannot be successfully .accomplished without the gen eroiiis.support.of;  ��� .the business, people atndl  , tlie. residents;;  OTICH Is hereby irivcn that. I,..J. jr.  Itull'nor. intend to apply to the Chief  Comm!*>siouer,uf,I.auds-and Works, after.. 00  days- from dato, for i>eriuissioii to purchase  the folJuwinjr described trivet of land:.- Coui-  nicuciiiK at a post.on the northern end of it ho  divide between Spruce und Otter Creeks,  thence 40 oluuns.enst, .thon.ee 40 chains north,  thcucc 40 eliain!j-.west, .thcucc 40 chains south  to . point of*.commciicciiu*'nt,.containing. 1V0  acres more or.less..  Uiited 1st Oetohcr, .I'.KKl..  ill. .J-...\I..IUJI*'|.'NHlt..  SEND US YQtJR SUBSCRIPTION!  <�� ��.-���>.��,������ ���.��.�� ��� ��-��.�������� ���.��.�� ��������������� �������� ��-��^>���� ��� �������������������� �� * �� ��������������������� ��� ����.��.<^>)  Certificates  of Improvements..  Etta Extension, At: Last, .and White.-  Baby   Mineral   Claims.  .Situate iu the Atliu MUiiutc Division,Cassiar  District.   Whoro-located:���One-iiuarter  of a inilo North-West of Atlin.  rpAKK Notico thut.(,.W. Gass, Fre�� Jlihers'.  Certillcuto No. Mti!l,fl7i). .and as anont for  C. O. lionhme. Preo Miners' Certilleiite  No.  nG:i,U7S, intond,sixty daywfrom tho data hereof, to apply to the Jliuinu; itecorder for Certificate** of  fmproveinents, for tho purpose  of obtaining Crown   Grants   of   the.above  claims.  And further take notice that action, under*  section S7, iniist bo commenced before tlio  issuance of such Certilicntes. of Improve--  iiioritn.  Dated this iltli.duy.of^eptembev.-lDOIi..  n-iii. ' ,V,U.!<w\��S.,  IOB  PRINTING AND  COMMERGIAL WORK..  CARDS, POSTERS AND HAND BILLS   i   '^  Executed Cheaply,, Promptly and Satisfactorily.  _ ,.THE CLAIM OFFICE, ATLIN,    B.  C.,   SATURDAY,     NOVUMBER   24,    rgo6  Hurrah pour Canada !  Tlie actual extent of llievvouder-  ful development and growth of Canada,   particularly   the  western portion, during the   last, few years, can  hardly be realized   by the every-day  busy man unless  it  is placed before  him iu a concise and compact form.  Here are a few interesting facts from  the ".first  .number   of-,  "The   Last-  West,"   just to' hand.     T��. is a magazine, published   in Winnipeg, devoting itself to spreading abroad the  , beauties,    natural   advantages   and  abounding   resources   of   Canada's  western provinces.' ��� More power to  it's  arm   and   the   brain  behind il.  Canada has  the   biggest elevator  in   the .world; capacity, 6,4000,000  bushels.   (r,  Canada .has  the  biggest" lift'lock  in the world, at Peterboio," Ont.  Canada   has   the biggest   bridge  span in the world, at Quebec.  Canada'' has   the biggest   nickel  mine in'the'world, at i^udbury".      *���'.  Canada   has    the    biggest    zinc  smelter in the world, at Frank, Alta.  " Canada has the thickest coalseani-  in the-world,* 47 ft.,'Stellarton, N.S.  .Canada  has   the   .biggest* wheat  field'in' 'the "world,- 900 uiiles'long  and 300 miles wide.  [Canada has the biggest possibilities in the   world, all over it.���The  Claim.]  The  Last  West   has 100 million  acres of grazing laud.  Canada has- 6,000,000 cattle and  2,000,000 horses.':/"���....  ���;,'-.      ../  Twenty thousand ranching brands  are registered iu the Last West.'  Canada has 24 annual round-ups.  Canada expoits$io,000,000 worth  of cattle everj' year.  Canada has 1,000,000 sq. miles of  unexplored area.  Canada is larger than the U.S. by  250,000 sq;_miles."  Canada  has enough land to give  each inhabitant 400 acres.  One-half of Canada's, total trade  is with the United States.  Canada's canals are free of lolls,  and  three  times  greater a tonnage  passes through the Sault canal than  through the Suez.  Canada 'produces annually 300",;  000,000 bushels of grain.    Eighty-  seven per cent of Canada's farmers  own their own. holdings.  Canada  exported  last year $30,  000,000  worth  of agricultural products. ... ...  Canada exports hundreds of tons  of honey.  Canada gives 16a acres of land  free to every adult male applicant.  Winnipeg  exceeds .Chicago   and  Duluth as a wheat-shipping centre.  Last  year 4,000,000 acres  were  sown in wheat in Canada; West.  The Last West has 300 flour mills  and over 1,000 elevators with a storage capacity of  50,000,000 bushels.  Mr. 'Bob' Wilson tell us in a letter that those who went out on the  last boat had a very enjoyable trip  on the Princess Beatrice. A concert was held on board and the Atlin talent showed up strong, Messrs.  Luuisden, Fisher, Sullivan, Wilkinson, Hawkins, Switzer and Grime  taking part.  Take a chance in the raffle for a  fur-lined overcoat; 011 view at The  Claim office.  Her Letter.  My Dear Vera:   "   '  f want 10 tell* you something.  The bent that life can give has come  to your little girl. Jack���-my jack  now���has told me that he loves melt is almost too beautiful lo realise that it's true, and 1 wonder if  it's really I, and not another gill  who has stumbled into Heaven by  mistake .and - will soon ,be lold,  '"You belong to* earth,'not here."  Well, dear, I'm so happy 1 could  take the world in my arms and hug-  it���all because a certain very good-  looking mortal has crowned me with  his love. ���.     ���  -     . '���  You will say I'm a silly, romantic-girl���bur-think, .dear, what it  means to me. To have the man  I've loved so long tell me he cares  for me.* - Now life seems so beautiful, the air so sweet and'the'heavens  so blue, and I-���why, I'm happy,  that's all, so very, very happy, dear.  I suppose, though, you are curious  to know_how.it,all came about.  ��� ���  It happened as we were drifting  along in our little* boat, with only  the splash of the water to break the  silence.of two people who understood without ..words���and a great  silvery ^0011 looked down upon us.  We had talked of life and love���  ���then he said he , was going away as  the summer was over���and then  there was a silence���and we drifted  aloiig and the moon seemed blurred  with the tear's ' that blotted out  everything as I realised what life  would 'be without" him.' .All the  endless interminable'days tliat must  come; each burdened with its weight  of hopeless, love and longing for  him.  I stole a glance at him. He was  looking up at that great molten ball  of silverin the sky, and his thoughts  must have been high and beautiful  to judge by the soulful expression  in his eyes. I turned hastily away,  tor, as he sat there with that spiritual, distant look, he seemed so far  away from poor, commonplace me���  and I tried to choke down the tears  that came to . my eyes in spite  of myself. And then he spoke to  me���and half unconsciously I looked up and tried to pretend I did not  care'. But perhaps my love looked  up at hiiri through my eyes,--because he took, me in his arms, and  then���ah! then���the gates of Paradise were opened, and one more  poor mortal was bidden enter.  " .Dear, you do not mind my telling  you   all���and   opening  my  heart's  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  A Strictly   First-Class   Hotel.  Only the .Choicest Wines,  Liquors, and   Cigars-used.  DISCOVERY, IJ. C.  Hampton   &    Durie,  .-tors-  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND'NIGHT.  First-class. Restaurant iu .connection  lluad.juurtci'S  For Dixon's staire.  Iftiameiiaf #0  Why sj-.ni> out -when you can chst goods as ciii'aj' iikiie? r  ��� Atlin, Nugget and, .Grape   Rings   find all  kinds of Jewelry uiimu  '" facMiri-d on tlio promise;-,. ..,'*' .  Kino  Now Stock  of   Watches,   Clocks,  Jewelry   and   Diamonds  Watches from ��5.00 up.' Ascuts for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JBLES''EGGERT-:& SON, at^n aKD mscovW"  '  safety Deposit vaults.      Watchmakers, and Manufacturing Jewelrs.  -������xsoe*-  They ������'are'I'Waiting'lfor   You!  Ms>  FULL    LINE'  ALSO  argains  'ats ssnd Dry Goods,  ttis.'Si.TKn.'ji "Mi ���������!>   ��� �����iiuniii��rr��iw in a  ���  i*- ' <  SHOES,"   "  OK '. BOOTS    and  GOLD    SEAL   HIP  GUM   BOOTS.  He  E��  Successors to  J. H.  *>�������������������������������-�� ��� �� ��� �� * ��� �� �� * �� �� ���-���"���$ Q <���>-��-  Atlin and  ��9   discovery, B. C.  Richardson.  L,  KS>.  BiissKssamisxxTs^xxssiai-Tfav^^i -a  rg8ra-*-g**-n*��-*--*-**-*****^^  WE  MEAM   O^R  sanctuary   to   you!     I have  been  used all my life to come to you with  all woes and pleasures both small  and great as unconsciously and  trustingly as a child -whispers to  herself in the dark to gain added  courage and faith.  And now, I have a favor to ask  of you. .Something in which I will  not be denied. I want you to be  with me on the day that is to me  the consecration of life. You will  come, won't you?  Be glad for your little girl. She  is so happy���and���to-night before  you pray for me, say "God bless  Jack."  Yours, oh, so thankfully,  Marguerite.  (Next week we will publish his  letter.)   ,. ,   ����� # ����������� ��� .-  ��� Fresh-'line of staple groceries on  hand at E. L. Pillman's.  asset   our   Strange We never thought of it before 1  Our  Price  List  is   Nmw   B3s*sseBuf v  OUR Printed Price List just seems to fill a long felt* need, as, when  our patrons receive it on the first of the inonlli they know exactly  what goods, will cost them during the "month, und it is.a great assistance  in making.up an order.  We have a large Slock of Goods now on the way in  aiid we will place them in the Store at Lowest Possible  Prices,  FOR CASH, in Case Lots.  You are always sure of the  Best  Quality of Goods at the  A. T.  COMPANY'S  STORES.  Goods  delivered  promptly on the  Creeks  and  in   Town.  II   you  are  not  already; a  customer  it  will   pay you  to  give  us a trial order.  t^r*     fgr1     z&>*    &&    %��**     C---5**     tiT* A-JffclN?    B.   C.     SATURDAY.    NOVEMBER   24,   190&:  Local Events*  Sec th;e Christmas and souvenir  ppst cards at C. R. Boin-nrj'.s..  So that there- may* be. no. .misap-  pftfnsion,. the gentleman says, he  w-as-iiot, intoxicated, th,at���evening.  Curling^ has been* ind.tjilg.ed-in for  some time past. A_.veryvgOQd,,riiik  has been made on the,,stoug-h. The  season promises to be a .lively one  \vi' the 'stanes.' ���  That individual has a,-selfish conception of liberty who rejoices in  his own freedom to act and think, as  he pleases and who expects., that  others must acknowledge hi.s^cl-aim  without asserting their rights.   ,  'Judge7'H. Falconer-- alias.-Uriah  Heap, is confined lo his room suffering from roomatism. He has goue  through much pane lately.. ���  ��� Mrs. Hinchclifle left Atlim Tlrurs:  day morning for Whitehorse, she  will be back by the. first., of December to take charge of Royal hotel  dining room.  Owing to the gale Wednesday  the mail could not* leave Atlin.  They crossed the lake on Thursday  morning, altho it-was-still rough.  A new-arrival came, to the cauip  midnight ��� Thursday.. At the* Presbyterian hospital Mrs. .Joh*n Black  gave birth'.to a.bouucing boy. Both  mother and son are doing, fine.  Sport is npt .dead in Atli'n! not by  a long shot.. The wonderful'v.ictory  of Sherring at the Marathon races  has sent a thrill of pride through1  every good Gan-adia-n. Two local  gentlemen have started training for  llae next Greek race, Ta.tb.is.end  a course was laid out, between the  Leland and . the rink, and the first  trial of speed took place Saturday  night. Copying tha Spartan style  both gentlemen shed* their* footwear  and although llieU* course was .covered with some six inches of snow  the time made was very satisfactory.  The race is not always to the swift.  O. K.  BARJB'ER SHOP.  j. \\'. Tnoaii;Ho;g> i-.ia,nax;]���:���;<,<  j       BATHS FIFTY. CENTS.  I'rivnto. Entrance for.Ladies'.  tUU IJUJJ.^liJUlfJilg'^.'Bt  ATLINTQ) LODGE  A-; F.-&-A-: M-.  No. ia,iG. It., 11. c.  Regular communications held .011 the first.  Thursday of each month  in the A. O. U. W. Hull,  Third Street.  Visit ins; brethren,cordla)ly;invited.*  Th&  MOT .BATHS.  Can-be Had at  Royal   Laundry   On tho Waterfront.  Men's Suits Cleaned and Kepiiirvd. .  All Work Guaranteed.  Goods .Cjillpd for.iiyj] DeliyonNl-i  Cash on Ooli,v(��ry.  Mrs.- M.. Feruv. Proprietress,.  Certificates, of. Improvements.  Sg.nrjse and Sunset Mtafra^-iClaim*-*  Situate in tho,Atliu Mining lMrision, Cassiftr  District. .    Where  located : ���On  Indian  Creek, near Fourth of July Creek.  TAKE NOTICH tluitl, Edward S. Wilkinson,  as agent for Louise I'conttiio Graham,  Free  Miner's Gertiiieate No. }'1,(>4:1, and Alexander  McDonald, .FxccMiiier.V.Cei'.ti-fiGiite No. H64,  009, intend, (.0 days .from t-be date hereof, to  apply   to   the   Mining Uecor<Jer for Certili-  eates of Innii-jp-iQinentst f��i> tins   purpose-of  obtaining Qrjfnyu (\sai��tspfttVe ahove claims.  And further take notice that; action,, under  section  117, must be commenced   before the  issuan<w  oft. such   On'tiUpates rtf,, fmprovo-  ineuts.  Dated this 32nd day .of ..October.. HigiL  lillWAHII S-. Vv'll.KINKON, P'.L.S.,   ���  tjl27-. Agent.  JL ���. Ulfceelin-js.  I In tlw Iron- St<pre formeFly-. '  I occupied by-. Stables -S&Tjiuusden.  |     famiji aod Stable  j    Groceries and Provisions  My Goods are all.Ffesh and:  | '��� of the best quality.*.   Prices-  i ' uwlerjiAe...       - '  The Irom Store,,  First, Street.  <f>Af<A***A4*#***��M*^^  northern Brewing eojnpanv, Dd  KaNu-A-p Wawrkoka, .- Managkkk.  Last Saturday night, Jessie Moore  and Ann. Busch caused the residence of Mr. Goings to be burglarized. A hindquarter.of moose was  taken. They* ransacked .the.house  for liquid refreshment but were disappointed,, the owner carrying' that  with him. In their rage they broke  some costly furniture. The matter  was reported to the police, who,  alter a couple of days and nights  untiring efforts, and,.afterthrice take  ing the dimensions of the small  dog, at length discovered a ,clye by  Allowing the footprints and-sleigli  taacks. The culprits were apprehended and brought before the bar.  The heavy fines imposed staggered  n'ost of those present. The .police  deserve great credit and have proved  vacillation a necessity.  XOTIGE!  "jV[OTfCH isi hereby.given tUatappliratJou  willjbe made t��,.tlic Parliament of Canada, at tho next session thereof, .For aii-act  to incorporate a company under-the uaiiie  of '--The Alt-tele aud. .Yukon Kailway Company," with power to construct and operate  a railway from a point ��� in the' province- of  Hritish Columbia on the Intoruatio-itiL  Boundary, where said boundary crosses the  .Klil.ini river, at. or. neai: Pleasant Civwp;  thenoe extending north-westerly along tho  valleys of,-the Kltl.ini, TfitseusliLui. Sliulovnk,.  and Aisek*; tlirnco.Horth-wostei'l-i. along the  shores oT ICluauc lake and the valleys of the  Donjek and White rivers, by the most. feas--.  ible route, .to u point on the fi.t-ci-Ufttionnl  ilaundavj. between the Yukon Territory anil  Alaska, bet-wocu the G2nd and the lilth purall<-  ells oF-liuk-ude,- *wii-l< all powci's necessiu'y.  for or incident to the above purposes, and  that said works,be .declared to,bo fgr the  general advantngaof Gpnmln,  f.ewi.s A- Smellie, 7 Trust Huilding, Ottawa:  Solicitorn for the applicants. .  Dated at Ottawa, Wth Octobei:,.19(K'...      tcUS  Brewers  ot Lager Beer and Poitteir.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS.P.RQMPTLY FILLED. .  The-' 'KOOTENAY. HOTEL,  | ��PEN. DAY AND, NIGHT..  i  j   Tiie-Bar��� is supplied1 with   none  bn.it-the-best-b'rands-of Liquors-  and Cigars.  . First-class Billiard' and" Pool Tables.  TIIE ROYAL HOTEL,  DIXON. &r. SCHU.LZ,   Proprietors..  Corner Pearl*and First Streets*.Atlin, B�� C��.  -������������-  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT.  IN   C.O.N N E.CTtON'  ! CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  [������ ���  l��gWW*BriWWWWBKg*,W��W''W ��    ���_      f ll ������^i*^������i���--^���'���       ��� ���,.���..��� ��� ���,  Invitation to Xender.  A. B, Notice.  All member of Canip Discovery, No.10.Arc-  tifj nrotherhobd, uro requested to attend a  Smoker, in the A. I?. Halle Discovery, on  Tuenday, l)cccnihor.,.lth. ut S p. m., to entei -  luiu the members .of Atlin I.od��o, No. 15,  A. O. U. \V. .  Tlxi��, Nort��j.ern Powef ajid Lumber  Company, Li��ni<jed, .in Voluntary  Li'tuidatioii under the "Cuinpauics'  Windi-iK-Up. A(.-t,..t.Y05.!:  liighcst  Prices Pard For  Furs !  LOUIS LEVY  ^presenting Joseph Ullman, N. Y.  Will malic Ki-fjulnr Tripf^.  ':<4 t\.':liu t".!>"y .l*'!'>'V-. "?.Ak  IKthe umlersicyieiU ,l,>rn.nk|iHar��y Mobley,  the liiiuidator of the abo��e Company,.invite  tenders for the property, assets iukI business  as a KoiiiR concern, of the Northern Power  and Lumber Company,' Limited, of Atliu, H.  C,. us o.ii,an<|,t'it^)Ui.Hie uHt.<tii.vV>f Septfiiiber.*  inoti.'.  The property to be sold consists of all the  rililit, title and interest of the Coimiiuiy in  the saw mill, engine ami-boiler house and  oJUce ��$ AtljiK ,apil tlxe IiiihI.ou, v/I)ich.tli]L!  kiiiiic are .situate,.uml which is held under an  npfreenieutwith the provincial government  for the purchase of the same; thuold power,  house building on the water front at Discovery street, Atliu:. the tHK.nr steamship  "lUilir Athol." on Atlin Lake; Ihu piece of  freehold land frontimr on Surprise bake,  at. Surjirise, Atlin District:.thojKiok debts  amounting to -?r.,(K)0, due to the Company,  and all* the logs, lumber horses, waggons,  vnaehinej*y. and other t.liechattcls and oll'ects  of the Company.  Full |>aTticuls*.rs .of tho..snid property and  book debts can be obtained of me or of the  late secretary, Frederick A.Taylor, at the  said mill,  The purchase money must be paid by two  equal instalments, on tho Ulsi,t March and the,  '.list; July nc;xt. Full, possession will be given  upon payment of the .tlK.'jt.instaluioiit of purchase money and stjuurit-y l>eiiig given to  my satisfaction for jiayiiient.of the balance.  Tendersshould ,bo ,seut to tlie Liyuiilatoi-  at Atliu, on or before the Utlidayof December, mm.  Tlio Liq-iiidntor. does���uot,.bind Jiiip^elf.to  accept the lowest or any tender.  FJU*&.>lAMtY MOHHI.Y,  i ���fe��i}:ory..ll. (;...  Stoves and Hardware J  | IPON  PIPING,, STEEL   AND. BAR IRON,.  I DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,.  I GASOLINE-.  Jat������& T�� Re{��ai$  Storks in Ati.in and Discovkry.  Canadiaa Paeii&c Railway Company.  ') ALASKA   ROUTE  SAILINGS:  !   as, PRINCESS BEATRICE.SAILS  :Nov._i4 andi.27/.. ''-Dec. 14 atid: 2j;  Suiliner from Skagway 8p.m.  ��� Direct, to.Vancouver and Victoria..  ! ���'���.���..'  I Transportiiiff by,rnil or.��totunci'ito Seattle,without'Cxtrn clmrife..  Wo ei.vo quiqk service.    No .Intermediate culls.*"���      -rrr      ~ry     T:^Y^<-,*,,  For-rates 'or. iiifm-mation apply to     JCjL.    JD.    Av/LLilll*,  Airent. Skagway..  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd,  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY OF  ALL  KINDS,  Dressed "lo Order.  ���yifci W-P'B  <^. i^QJ��jLK6��te  W.ap.9Lqj!Xr.

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xatlin.1-0169828/manifest

Comment

Related Items