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The Atlin Claim 1907-10-26

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 <l>--'  VOL. 26.  ATLIN,   13. C, SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   26,   -907.  133  TELEGKAPJBIC.  A Budget of Interesting* News  Froni Many Quarters.  i.  [HI'KUIAI, TO TUB  CliAI.M.l  Westminster, Oct. 2-5.���Aiiothei  desperate attempt was made at a  jail, ��� delivery at the penitentiary  here. George Stone, serving* a five-  year, ternir and T. Walker, in for two  years, were- the"'ringleaders. Chief  Instructor Imlali was struck on the  back of the head with a hammer  and "afterwards beaten into , insensi-"  bility. ' Assistance arrived, just as  the men were making a dash for  the walls. ,  ��� Seattle", Oct. '25.���Ex-Governor  Brady and several other prominent  persons 'are said to have lost their  fortunes owing to the failure of'the  Reynbld'.-i bank 'at Vald'ez.  New York, Oct. 25.���It is rumor-'  ed 011 Wall street that Augustus  Heinze is financially ruined through  the_ big slump-that has occurred  lately. Heir.ze has resigned the  presidency ofthe Mercantile, Nation.-  al Bank.' 7- ��� ,       \   ,"';   *   ���'    *-  ��� Ottawa, Oct: 25:���Parliament  will convene on November 28th.  An appeal to the people is predicted  in October    1908.  Chicago, Oct. 28.���Efforts will-be  made by the attorneys of the Standard Oil Company to have the fine of  nearly thirty million dollars which  was imposed.on Rockefeller, iviped  out.  San Francisco, Oct. 25.���The refusal of a street car conductor to  issue a transfer caused another riot.  Both the conductor and motorneer  began firing into the car, which was  filled with passengers. One man  killed,- seven men and one women  injured.  St. Petersburg, Oct. 28.���Wm.  Walling and wife, and sister-in-law.  of Indianapolis, Indiana, have been  arrested here. They are suspected  of aiding the Finnish Progressive  Parly. They ��� are well known in  socialistic circles iu the United  States.  Vienna, Oct. 25.���Emperor Josef  who has been ailing tor some time,  is slightly improving.    7  Vancouver, Oct. 28.-~'f he steamers Tartar and Chamer collided, in  a dense fog off Point Grey, just outside the entrance of Vancouver harbor. Both ships were badly damaged. The Tartar was run 011 the  beach at English Bay to save her  from sinking, The Charmer managed to majke the dock ��� at Vancouver. Th*2 Tartar was " outward  bound and had on board some 119  of the deported Hindus.  Victoria, Oct. 25.���The Asiatic  Exclusion League here has passed  a resolution asking Premier Mc-  Bride arid the city  members iu the  legislature lo resign, iu protest of  the non-allowance .of the Bowser  Bill.       , ���  Ottawa, Oct. -25.���Certain 'representations are to he made to Bombay through the Indian office, at  London, to . limit or discourage the  immigration ol" Hindus to Canada.  Seattle, Oct. 25.���There has,been  one death repoited from the bubonic plague.       * ���  Sau Francisco, Oct., 25.���The  Total death rate to dale-from' .the  bubonic plague is 45, and 19 are  under'treatment. .  -  Ottawa,   Oct.  2,5.���A   royal coin  mission   has   been   appointed to investigate the charges made by Bou-  rassa and his   friends   against   Tur-  geon, Prevost and others.  "-St/ Louis, Oct. 25.���Nine bnl  loons started in the international  race 011 " Monday evening last. ��������� It  is expected -that a descent will" he  -made 111 Minnesota or maybe N.orth  Dakota. ' Later reports state that  the German balloon Poaimerain  won the race, landing at Ashbury  Park, N. J., a distance of S80 niijes.  The- -French.- balloon . came second-*  the latter being iii the' air'for forty-  four hours. One balloon was seen  over-Chatham, Ontario, travelling  eastward.' 1  Local and General News.  Another Wedding.  The Atliu District is becoming  celebrated for the number of wedding that have taken place this season. Ever since early spring Cupid  has been busily engaged staking  and recording, and the chances are  that right now the parson could say  the  words off with his eyes shut:  On Thursday ailernoon, at the'  residence of Rev. A. M-. Ross, Eli/,  abeth Vera Wolters and John Allen  Murphy were joined together in the  holy bonds of matrimony. Just a  few friends were present, and .Mr.  and Mrs. Paul Eggert supported  the bride and groom. The bride  was very becomingly dressed in a  navy blue taffetta silk dress and  heavy lace collarette. A leception  was held immediately after, and a  great many call to offer congratulations , and., good wishes to the two  who had embarked on a voyage on  the sea of matrimony.  ' The presents' received were many  and handsome, of the ornamental  as well as the useful kind. A telegram of congratulation was received  from FY T. Hamshaw just a kxv  moments after the ceremony., Mr.  and Mrs. Murphy will reside on  Spruce creek the coming winter.  Public   Holiday.  Thursday, October 31st having  been declared .Thanksgiving Day is  therefore .public holiday.  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables coming in on --very boat.'���E. L. Pillman.  Toilet Soaps al reduced prices.���-  C. R. Bourne.  I). PL McDonaid. AHin Grocer,  intends opening up a branch store  in Discovery, on .or about January 1.  ., Hotel Dewey, Skagway.���Rates  to suit everybody. Electric lights,  electric bells. "Steam heat. F"ree bus.  Every thing; modern.*  Gus. Bnniich has been confined  to tile-house.for-.the last few days.  Mrs. Fen 11, of t.he Atliu Laundry,  has taken a trip to the lower cqast.  Mr. Holmes Pineois having a  ��� bath put in on his premises, and by  way of draining same is having the  pipe put * through the roof.' It's  Fred Marcus' idea.  - The Atliu Consolidated' Mining  Company have closed down their  steam shovel on Tar' Flats. They  have moved an astonishing amount  of dirt this season, and it is reported  that the aggregaUrclean-up for 1907  is away.'up in the thousands, [ and  veiy'^irtisfzictory' indeed.         ���'  D. McDonald, proprietor of the  Arctic Hotel, Benuet, paid Atliu a  visit this week. He is interested in  the development of what appears lo  be a very rich quartz property, close  to the railway, ou Benuet lake.  Mr. Bert Welch, who has been an  inmate of St. Andrew's hospital,  sufreiing irom a crushed foot, desires Lo thank the nurses for their  kindness to htm during.his stay in  that institution.  Word has been received from Cariboo that Mr. Chris Doelker, who  weiit out on Tuesday's boat, left  that place for Skagway iu A No. 1  condition.  J. E. Monm, who in company  with C. Stcinnietx and A. Carmichael, has been carrying on hy-  draulicking operations at lhe head  waters of Otter creek, left Atlin on  Friday. This energetic party, of  miners have been quietly and persistently working away for thc last  few seasons, doing preliminary and  'dead-work' wherein there is not  much profit. The present has been  a very, profitable one, yielding al.  least fifty per cent better returns,  with a reduction in the cost of obtaining same. They expect  season tu do belter than ever.  Sheriff's Sale.  Arrivals per Str. Scotia'.  Oct. 22.���D.,.McDoiiald, Captain  Tnnibiill, Captain Kumiss, W. H.  Tiunbull, F. ..Kopp, J. Backmaii,  W. F. Taylor.  , The last boat of the season will  leave Cariboo October 2Sth, and  will leave Atlin Wednesday, Oct.  30th, in the forenoon.  Tom Vanghais- has gone.over  lo  Table Mountain to work.  "Happy" Dan Sullivan, chief en-'  gineer of the steamer Scotia, left  Tuesday for lhe hospital at Whitehorse. He has-been suffering for  some time pasL with a sore knee,  and the doctor has.*-ordered him in  to dry dock to be overhauled.  <-.  Captains Turubull   aud   Burruss,  ofthe Yukon steamers Dawson aud  Selkirk, were iu Atlin last Tuesday.  .Captain Burrus,  as .-pilot of the Selkirk,   made  fifteen'-round   trips ou ���  the river and. Captain Turubull six-"  teen.              .       '.   .*      ..             ��� -              1         A sale is advertised to lake plrce  in Atlin'. on November 2ud, when  the goods of The Engineer Mining Company, consisting, of hoist,  boiler, mill stove, several kegs of  nails, tools, lumber, four iram'e  buildings and other articles, all of  which    will   be  sold  in  the usual  manner.  7     john SHIRLEY,  Sheriff.  CORRESPOND'EFsTGE.  We do not hold ourselves responsible -for-' the opinions expressed by  our' correspondents.  ���Miller"' Memorial Fund.  'To the Editor:  Sir.���Would you kindly^ inform  me who are the officers iu charge of  thc: Fritz Miller Memorial Fund at  the oresent time.  * t  Three years ago the fund was  started by public subscription and  aroused a great deal of public interest owing to the fact that all wished  to honor the discoverer of the camp.  It now .seems that a little understanding occurred, but wc do not  wish to see any misplacing of the  funds. I really think that the best  plan would be to have here a public  detailed statement of accounts, and  so arrest the now public suspicion,  and give satisfaction 10 the relatives  of the deceased.  J. KIRKLAND.  Atlin, B. C, Oct. 25'.!!, 1907.  [The monies of the .'Fritz Miller  Memorial Fund are, we believe, in  tlie keeping of J. A. Fraser, at least  he was the custodian as recent as  February last, and we do not know  of any change being made7 Might  it not be possible" to get the desired  information from that gentleman?  Hot Stuff.  "Give me a lock of your hair to  wear over my heart," pleaded the  romantic young man.  "No," replied the girl with the  red tresses, 'I'm afraid it would  give you heartburn."  if" ���ATUN,   B. C,    SATURDAY, OCTOBER   26,    1907.  The Atlin Claim  rilHA'il.IN CLAIA1 10 runLiaiirn tvcii/ nATUHOAv  fflonriirir.. rii\ rncr to ',n\- pamt er Trir  U3nLo ron ao cctira i-l:r, month : T**.orj pen  yl-mi. nnVLiiTittl.-ic. m-.tcc : J.1.00 pl-h hich i-acii  'N-j'^nopi; ml-adino noticcs. rn cirrirt; a li Mr.  RpnciAL nttTco  on   appmcai ion.  JOIS E'RINTINli :  BILI.-IICAI3S, POSTCPQ, VIUITIrin   CAitDC,  CTTi-n-iicAus, rriosnAMMcs,    etc.,��tc.  onorn-1  rtio.MPTLY  nxccuicn.  1'iiict.t;  Morjr. n/.ri*.  Tub Athii Claim l>ijiii,ici;ii:;r- Co., l/i'n.  ClIAIM.HS   li. (JULIAN.  l-'i)iron-M.\NA'ii*n.  li.jii oltiines damages the reputation  nf people or places.' It is, therefor,  lhe duty of all papers to remark  these lapses from the truth so that  any bad ir.inrLiisibns made might be  cleared away, and the paper, or the  correspondent, offending be properly scored.  ��W***��*w*'i'fcPj��>'W��^r>.w,>^^  ��� ^*W^��  <E1  NOTICE.  This will be the last issue of Tun  Atlin Claim. It has been so  decided by the management. The  patronage received is not enough to  warrant continuing the publication.  For further particulars apply to W.  Poliard Grant, Managing Director,  The Atlin Claim Publishing Coin  pany.  An Outrage.  One often hears the expression;  "Well, I saw it in the paper," and-  that usually clinches the argument,  as far as the speaker is concerned.  Fie seems to believe what he has  slated, and.quotes the paper as an  authority.  Sometimes a great  deal  depends  on whether the speaker is biased in  religion, politics   or  patriotism.    If  he has read something iu a partisan  press that coincides with   his  views  and which is garnished   and dished  up in such a wa3'   that he swallows  it whole, then  he preaches'it about  and when his statements are doubted he tells you,'  with   an air of conviction "well, 1 read it in  sucli-au-  such   a   paper,    aud    that's   good  enough Icr me."     This  applies in  more cases than one would imagine,  even among intelligent readers.  There   are   some   papers  which  have   wide   reputation   for fairness  and   for   trying   lo   give the public  genuine news and   honest comment  on   the  questions  of the  moment,  but   they   make   mistakes  and   are  misled   sometimes.      The   reading  in a paper is thc stock in trade as is  the salt and sugar of a grocer,   and  it pays lo  have   none  but the heal.  Ye I, sometimes the  grocer receives  an   inferior   shipment,   but'is not  aware oi it:  till his customers come  back to him 'with   their complaints  and  sometimes  charges of dishonesty.      He  look   the  goods for the  genuine article,   and   retailed   them  as such without any idea of misleading <ir  cheating   them.      vSo it is iu  the newspaper business.   Sometimes  reports are sent to the papers which  are   far   removed   from  the truth,  oiics- v/i'.'iiOL'.L ;i:r;   .Su::-:1.-.!1;-!: whal- ���  ever, and the stories put in circula-j  We  reprint  an   article   on Atlin  doings    from  a   New York correspondent lo The Times Weekly Edition,'of  London,   JCngland, a paper  whose reputation for veracity is seldom questioned, yet in this case lhe  article   is nothii-g   but a pure fabric  of lies,   absolutely  without   foundation.    Where il generated and how  it emanated is beyond our ken.    It  is-not calculated to  do,this district  any good, and the writer is as badlj'  mixed in his  assertions  as he is in  his geography.    The is one remark  that is true, and the  only  one, but  it is hardly worth  mentioning; the  correspondent says   "the Japs  were  driven out of Atlin once before, but  no news of such an  occurrence was  received here."   Too bad, Mr. New-  York   Correspondent,   ii   you  can  weave such an article out of nothing  what might you do if you had a true  and sensational story to start with?  You are very near the limit when it  comes lo   'hot  air'   and  'gas burning.'    The London Times would do  well lo demand a  photogiaph  with  all your stories.    In the body of the  article the New York correspondent  says:     "I received from Vancouver  a telegram which seems to bear out  in a remarkable manner some of the  views which 1 have  previously expressed.      The  writer is one of the  the   best    known    residents  in the  town,   and  is absolutely   unbiased.  He says:"  and  then  follows  what  tlie writer of the  telegram sends to  the New York correspondent. Now,  it all this New York correspondent's  writers  are  as  reliable  as the one  who furnished him with the news of  the Atliu episode, the uews gleaned  would suit far better the columns of  some 'penny awful' sheet than such  a  paper   as   Thc  Londou   Times.  Read on:���  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables %  will arrive  by   every boat J  The Iron Stored First &$r<B��$.  f  ������'"'' ' 1  -*^#'��-*-4'-*"#*'<!c^****��-^;<9^^  POOL   ROOM  GOOD   STABLING  w     ^  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. ;  KONRAD   W A WRECK A,   MANAGER."'  Brewers  oi Lsg&r fB@er  g&ss&? Porter  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  HE  :e:  HP  WftftMW RRJ^fi-**  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  ANOTHER OUTRAGE ON THE  JAPANESE.  Our New York correspondent  telegraphed on the 22nd:���  A number of Japanese miners  who arrived at Atlin, Yukon district, on Thursday night, have been  driven away,by white miners. One  telegram from Seattle gives the  number of Japanese as 77, and another as 57. According to the  meagre news of the affair which so  far has been received, the Japanese  were driven aboard the river steamer Gleaner, the officers of which  were informed that they must take  th'-.- Japanese out of the country at  once.     The demand was complied  The Bar is supplied  with    none   but   the   best brands of Liquors  and Cigars.    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  '��^*^^��^^^^t^��^3^^v^^^4(^^^^ <tf-0-��-^s'<'i*<-��l--'''^  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS ANO CIGARS CASE GOODS A   SPECIALTY.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  tCtt-tf-d-tf-tf-**-*---^*^^ ftV'***^*''*''*^-^*^  '���.-1  t r  <'  J.',l  i  ill  ���m  1  M  17]  i  ���'/'if /\\o  " ATUN,    Ji.  C,   SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  with, and thc steamer look the Japanese to ���Whitehorse, whc-nce they  ,, were to be sent lo Skagway in Hie  United States territory. Tiie plan  ���is to turn them loose, there. The  Japanese arc said lo be almost destitute.  The British Columbian authorities are ' described as being greatly  surprised by this .latest manifestation of anti-Oriental feeling. The  Japanese had been engaged by mining companies for the special purpose of continuing" work, throughout tne winter, which apparently  while miners refuse to do. It is  said thai Japanese once before were  driven from Atliu, but no news of  such an occurrence was received  he.  The surprise of the -British Columbian authorities is undoubtedly  due to the belief that tlie " Oriental  problem was acute only in Vancouver, to ignorance of the real extent  ofthe agitation, aud failure to realize how terribly easy it is to create  racial prejudice. - I have received  from Vancouver a telegram which  seems to bear out in a remarkable  manner some of the views which I  have previously, expressed. The  writer is one of the best known  residents in the town, and, is absolutely unbiased.    He says:  "The recent anti-Asiatic riots  were wholly the work of the 'hoodlum' element, incited for the most  part by irresponsible Socialists and  American agitators, assisted by the  flamboyant evening, press. The  situation is rendered acute by the  large influx of Japapese from Honolulu. The desire for a 'white Can  ada' is, 1 believe, very general if  some solution can be found for the  problem of reasonably cheap labor  to develop the resources of the country. Employers find Orientals sat-  isfacloiy, not more on account of  their   cheapness    than  because   of  are all of the same kidney, and, it  seems to- us, thai if The Loudon  Times', or any oilier paper,,is seeking information about lhe doings  and llie sayings of the people of  Canada I hey should send to headquarters for il,' instead of taking the  word of some irresponsible Johnnie  .thousands ol miles away from the  scene and w,ho is not interested the  slightest bit in the welfare ofthe  country.  ���*ct-��>(3*c-*a<&a*cf*c-*o.*o',i>aem  ra^  'he Atlin' market Co., ltd.  In thc Moonlight on the Trail.  i^R;ii:s:s-i: ;d:r:kss37:t:> mtsats  5- acw/j a*u.-ar*rt--j^iE��  .*'L.r~i. -Pt&-���vurzr.��z-x*. *ivrj^ir��rjuii j  POULTRY   OF  ALL  KINDS,   Dressed to   Order.  CHRIS.   DOUT.iK'JL'R.   MANAGER.  f -���  i^AJ^Ps^^^ffi^^w^-.^^^.^csi^^s^^^s^s*! *-**r-��"^'<*^3'.s'i'"<'*'''*a;'s'*M^  their efficiency and the constant  difficulty of dealing with the grow-  ��� ing .demands of the labor unions.  Personally, I think a 'white Canada' preferable; failing this, a limited yearly immigration till sufficient  Europeans come to cope with the  industrial situation. I think the  cnliie absence of Orientals now  would imperil prosperous development."  Mr. Ishii, thc Japanese commissioner, as stated iu one of our later  editions last week, has left for Chicago. He said the friendship and  the commercial relations between  Japan and Canada were too strong  and too important to be weakened  or disturbed by any 'hoodlum' element."   -������'������  Von talk about your palace cars  Your yachts and motor wheels  A'tandem team, a coach and four,  Likewise automobiles,  Your roller and your ice skates,  Balloons that skyward sail,  But give me six good huskies  In the moonlight on the trail.  You talk about the Ferris wheel ,  Your 'Bump the Bumps' as well  Your trolley cars, your ferry boats  And Loop the Loop so swell,  Your toboggans and your ice boats,  The Mono on one rail,  But you never road with huskies  In the moonlight on the trail.  You talk about your saddle horse  And donkeys in the park,  Your whirley-gig.-aud figure eight  When out upon a lark,  Bm you'd find 'em mighty stale  After skimming in your 'Yukon'  In the moonlight on the trail,    i  And now I m leaving Atlin fields  To roam in Idaho,  My thoughts shall e'er be with the  boys  Wherever I may go,  And before the"winter 's over  I know that I'll not fail  To be longing for the huskies  <���!  In the moonlight on the trail.  Happy Jack. .  Discovery, B. C.  Sermonettes.  TH  E WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Line   from   Skaguay  to -Atlin,  .White  Horse,  Big'Salmon,  Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finely appointed trains daily- exce*:-!-.Sunday,  between, Skaguay, Caribou  and  Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express.  TIME   SCHEDULE   OK   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:  No. 1.���Norrl*. I' |  No.2.���South Hound. ,  9.30 a.m. Lv.       SKAGUAY      Ar.  2.10 ���).*->*. Ly.       GAllIKM.    *  4.ISO p.m. Av. WHIT'' HOi'oU Lv. 9.20 ������.���������.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS* ,  Leave CARTIIOU !> p. m. Mondays,  *'   r        *l ii p. m. Tin*.I'bduys,  Leave' ATI.IN *> p. in. Tuesdays,  ���   " "       Ti p. in. Fridays,  Arrive ATUN il n.m. Tuesdays,.  " "        il a. :n. Fridays.  Arrive GAK1ISOU 7 a.m. Wednesdays.  " " 7 a. in. Hntiirdays.  ISO pounds of btmsngo will bo chocked free with cneh full faro ticket and 7."> pound  with each half ticket.  PabseiiRcrs must be at depots in time to have UnjjgaKi* inspected and checked.  Time Schedules are subject to change without notice.  ��S"T"    Baggage'Bonded   Through.  Kor  Information  relative to Passenger,   Krei-iht,  Express and   Telcirrnph   Hates  apply to any agent of the Company or to  A. L. BERDOE. Gen.  Msr.,  Vancouver, K. C, and  Skagiiuy, Alaska.  . LIFSCOMBE,  Agent, Atlin.  TRAVIiTC   MANAGKH,  Vancouver,'1*. C., and  Skaguay, Alaska.  Greed prevents real gain.  There is no saving anger without  love.  If yon want to be happy, make  some one less sad.  One of the best types of self-denial is denying ourselves the pleasure  of saying harsh things of others.  Stop to think what you might  have done had it been you. Would  you do any better���or any worse?  IRON   PIPING,   STEEL   AND   BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE.  STEEL SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  Stores in Atlin and Discovery.  -��-* �����-<>-*^>-��-e-��-��!  WN &  Successors to  J. H, Richardson.  LATEST STYLES IN GENT'S FURNISHINGS  DRY GOODS, CARPETS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS,  'GOLD SEAL HI I3 GUM  BOOTS AND SHOES,  FULL LINE OF MINERS CLOVES AND MITTS.  Stores at atian and discovery.  Bear in mind the old adage and  try and put it practice: The world  is full of beauty, where the heart is  full of love.  ) <**>��-��������->-��-��-�������������-�� ��� 4 ��-��-��-��-��-*  *-*&  The New York correspondent,  the 'absolutely unbiased' Vancouver  resident and   the  Seattle informant  He was shown up by a very pretty housemaid to the room which  had been offered him, and found it  suited immensely. "Splendid, indeed," he exclaimed, "and are you  to let with the room, little lady?"  "No, sir," she said/ "I'm to be let  ���alone."���-Ex.  JOB PRINTING AND COMMERCIAL WORK.  CARDS, POSTERS AND HANDBILLS. ' ��*" #  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily."  . .   THE CLAIM OFFICE. ATLIN,    B.   C. '   SATURDAY, * OCTOBER' 26,  1907.  Quiplets and Joklets.  l-Jle.���',' Have  please?"  She.*-"Yes."  you     the    time,  The woman-who  cries  easily   is  more  liable   to  have  her own way  than the woman who fights for her  .rights.���Take the gentle   hint,   fair  ,-readers.  Fine tm ��0t  >&      m,t  discovery,  n. c.  "What did   they  quarrel  over?!'  . .'.'Oh. over who  loved the other the  most."  Molly.���"What makes you think  that she is a gossip?"  ���Dolly.���"Because, when, I called  on her she sat' talking about other  people for over two hours,.,''  Molly.���"Wasn't that horrid of  her; 'and what did you say? '  Dolly".���"I couldn't say a thing;  she s>ave mc no chance."  ������IHST-t'l.ASS niNUVO KOO.U '  OOU.1) CI.KAiN* liOO.MS  ONLY   Till'   HI*!-*"* GOODS  US HO AT THIS HAH.  ED.   SANDS.  Proprietor.  Hampton   &    Durie,  Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  BES'JAURANT  Under liulirely Now .MuiiiiRRinotit.  Lilly.���*'Qh, I wish to goodness  the Lord had made,me a man."  Milly.���"Maybe He has, but you  haven't found him yet."  lloui'u'iiti'iurs for Dixon's staffo-  Rosey.���*' What did you say when  he asked your age?" .  Posey.���"I told him the truth."  Rosey.���V-JiWhat was" that?"  Posey.���"''That it was none of his  business.  ���  ,,; >i.  in-1  She.���"Did   I   not   meet   you at  the dog show?"  He.���"A.'h-?-ye's, donclierknow."  She.���"Where were you located?"  ATL1NTO. LODGE  A. F\ &'A. IW.  ,    No. 12, G. K. li'. G.    >' ,  Kefpilar communications hold on tho lirst  Thursday of each moiilii in tho. A. O. U. "W.  Hall, Third Street. '  Visit in;; brethren cordially invited.  1..      1    ���  Tlio no.\t vofrnlui' cnminuiiieiitiofi  will be  held on Thursday, Nov. 7th, at 7.3U pan.  i '��� '��� * '  Hy order of tin; W. Jl.  ���   ���       '; ''['' ;    :,  ���    * - c. r. nouns is. s'j-'fiiiisi'AHY*,'  The fellow, who has no money  get a certain amount of enjoyment  abusing the chap who has.  She.���"You, swore you'd be as  true as the stars; ,and now you are  out every night."  He���"Well, the stars are out  too, aren't they?"  Just in, new assortment of Glokar  and Peterson pipes.���C. R. Bonnie.  TO CONSDMPTI  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 niake known lo 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  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.  Synopsis of Canadian .Homestead . Regulations.  NY available Dominion Lands; within  the Railway Belt in Mritish Columbia,  may bo homesteuded by any person who is  tho sole head of a family, or uny male over 18  'years ot a<fe, to tho extent of one-quarter  section of ICO acres more or less.  Entry must be made personally at tho local  land office for tha district iu which tho land  is situate.  The homesteader is required to perform  tlio 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 Cor mother, if the father is  deceased) of tho homesteader reside*? upon a  farm iu the vicinity of thn land entered for,  the requirements as to residence may bo  satisfied by hiioIi porsou residing; with tho  futhor or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farminn* land him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the. requirements us' to residency may ho satisfied by  residence upon the said hind.  Six months' notice in writing; should bo  Kiveu tothoConiuiiHsloiierol' Dominion Lands  at Ottawa of intention vo apply for patent.  . Coul lands may be pureliiised nt ��10 por uero  for soft coal und .{'���Ki for anthracite. Wot more  than il-0 nerr-s can be acquired by one Individual or company. Koyalty at the ruto of  ten cents per ton ol'2,U00 pounds shall be collected on the; (j-ross output.  XV. W.OOUY.  I'eputy of tho.Minister of the Inl-.orior  N.I'.���Unauthorized publication of- this advertisement, will not; be paid for. jy2l*Cm  TT7"  U       BARBKR .SHOP,  j. W. THOMPSON, Prop.  FIRST-CLASS SERVICE ONLY  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  B. C.   COAST   SERVICE.  ���Sneers Royal =    Oct. 3  ���'rsjjov.  ay   ���  Sailing from Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver  and Victoria.  Transporting by rail or steamer to Seattle without extra charge 1  NTOP-OYURS   ALLOWED.  Tickets to any part of tho world  art or tho world. -rj     -rA     ~X~KT      T  ,-..,     "| ^  For rates or Information apply to    JT .   JT-.   "VV .    .I^OWJC,  i  Aurunt. SkiiKWiiy.  >-�������<��> <t> *********************** *^>.  USE OUE ADVERTISING  ��� ���   COLUMNS '  Placing before.the public  the many., advantages of  the district is Mie object of  ������3*��*a*a$a*����r��a0a��&8*&.o.A>m$o<"*^  This cannot be success-*..  fully accomplished with-  . out the generous support of  the  business  people and  the residents.  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  c-  Why send out when you can get ooods as cheat iiekb i  Atlin,-Nugget .and   Grape   Rings n��d all kinds of Jewelry manu  factured on tlio premises.  Fine New Stock of   Watches,  Clocks,  Jewelry   nnd   Diamonds  .'Watches from $3.00 up. Aiconts'for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JUiES   ��66E8T- &   SON,   mm and discovkry,  safety Deposit Vaults       Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs.  tt


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