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 fc��  THE  ATLIN  ;.; u&'s!at:ve Assofy^  ^  u  '%  ,OCT 3.1  'CTQR1A, S^  VOL.  15.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER    22,   1906.  N<  57rt  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many ��� Quarters.  [Hl'IOOr.U, TO Till'  CLAIM.] ' ���  Ottawa, Sept. 16.���The Gihnour  House, which.was* a leading second  class "hotel'"of this city, was totally  destroyed h}' a fire which started  shortly alter eleven o'clock on Friday night last. The house 'was  crowded with' guests at the time,  many of whom were in.the city attending- the annual fall exhibition,  and to accommodate them the cor-  riders of the upper flats of the house  were lined with cots. Many of the  inmates had ..retired and when the  alarm was given considerable . panic  ensued.' The flames spread rapidly  and enveloped the whole building  aud the terrified people had much  difficulty in making theirm escape,  almost everybody resident in the  building losing all their 'personal  effects.. It is believed that several  lives were'lost. ' Many were'injured  by jumping from windows..  Ottawa, Sept. 20.���A force of  over eighty men was put to work  on Saturday to search and remove  the debris of the fire destroyed Gil-  niour House. -Ou Sunday they recovered ' two bodies, being those of  Miss O'Neill, head waitress of the  dining room of the ill-fated hotel,  and a Miss Loveday, of Peterboro,  Ont. Harry C. Walker, who jumped froui a. third story window of the  burning building, died in a local  hospital on Monday.  Hong Kong, Sept. 18.'���A ty:  phoon of excessive- severity suddenly and without warning swept this  ���harbor today. It is estimated that  ���Sully a thousand lives were lost,  principally among native watermen y  and that many millions of dollars  ���worth of shipping and property were  ���destroyed. , Thirty-six ocean steamships either foundeied or were  ���washed ashore, aud nearly all of  those ashore are in a critical condition. Thousands of Chinese sampans and small craft were either  sunk, swept away or washed ashore  inito the city's streets. The scene  in the harbor and along the waterfront during the height of the storm  was appalling and indescribable.  The C. P. R. steamer Monteagle  was among those driven asho��e.  Easiness is at a standstill.  Manila, Sept. 20.���A cablegram  seceived here states that among the  few ships which rode out the terri-  Me typhoon which swept the harbor  of Hong Kong the early part of this  week was the Canadian Pacific liner  Empress of Japan, which escaped  practically undamaged. The report  states that the typhoon caused hundreds of, deaths, mostly \ Chinese  watermen, -and the destruction of  some millions of dollars worth of  shipping. 1  Houg Koiig, Sept. 21.���It is now  known that a fleet of 600 fishing  boats were lost in Tuesday's typhoon. This increases the mortality  Hist to 10,000 persons..  Oklahoma Cily, Okla., Sept. 20.  ���The   northbound    Chicago   and  Rock Island passenger train ran off  a high bridge and plunged into the  Cimarron river near Dover yesterday. The engine and all the cars,  with the exception of the Pullmans,  went into the water. As near as  can be learned at present from the  scene of disaster it is reported that  twenty-five persons are known to  have been, killed or drowned and  that fully twice that number are  either seriously injured or missing.  All possible assisteuce is being given  those maimed and injured. .The  immediate cause of the accident has  not been ascertained.  Oklahoma City, Sept. 21.���Late  reports from thescene of the Cimarron" river wreck say it is thought  that upwards of 200 lives were lest.  The bed of the river is a quicksand  and the smoking car with 20 people  inside has sunk out of sight.  Prince.Albert, Sept. 20.���It is reported today that. a disaster has  overtaken Indian- Commissioner  McLenna's scrip,, party' 150 miles  north of this town. The report is  to . the effect , that while the_ party  was crossing Buffalo lake a terrible  storm sprang up and several of the  boats, in which were many valuable  papers and considerable" equipment,''  were lost along with three members  of the party. .-.  . Winnipeg, Sept. 20.���Five hundred employees ot the Winnipeg  building trades went on strike this  week on account of. the refusal of  their employers to submit some of  the difficulties at present existing to  arbitration.  New York, Sept. 20.���King Edward has this week donated another  cup for competition between American yachtsmen. The cup will be  officially tendered by the British  King's American representative  during the Jamestown exposition.  San Francisco, Sept. 20.���Arrangements are being completed by  one of the clubs of this city to have  Philadelphia Jack O'Brien and Sam  Berger box 45 rounds here in the  near future for the heavy-weight  championship. .   ,  Odessa,. Sept. 20.���A prominent  police official of this district was  put on trial here yesterday charged  with having during last year killed  eleven Jews. The murders were  proven in every instance but the  offender was only condemned to  three years imprisonment all told.  This unwarranted leniency of the  authorities has. caused much indignation among local Jews.  Gibraltar, Sept. 20.���-The body of  late''-Rear Admiral Chichester of  the British Mediterranean squadron,  and who died here this week, was  yesterday conveyed aboard the battleship Formidable amidst salutes  from the shore batteries and the  British and American fleets.  St. Petersburg, Sept. 20.���-The  funeral of General Dimitri Trepoff,  who, on account of his official position and the stringent measures  which he enforced as bead of the  Russian police, was the best hated  man in the empire, took place today  aud was attended by a large concourse of military and official  per  sonages. The czar, vyhose appearance and person arc considered to  be unsafe while on the streets, was  not "present at the obsequies, although he had expressed a desire  to attend. -The remains were laid  away at Peterhoff.  Kenora.'Sepl. 20.--Three Scandinavian laborers were blown to atoms  Tuesday at a raihoad construction  camp near Winnipeg river by a premature explosion.-  Victoria, Sept. 21.���It is rumored  that the local house will desolve immediately and that the writs will be  made returnable in December. It  is not known whether the action is  voluntary on the part of the ministry  or has been forced to dissolve by his  honor.  Honolulu, Sept. 20.���The Pacific  mail steamer. Mongolia ran ashore  this week on Midway island. The  700 passengers aboard were saved.  , Vancouver, Sept. 20.���Mrs. J.  Miller, wife of Postmaster Miller,  died here this week.  Hamilton, Sept. 20.���H. Carscal-  len, M.P.P., is dead.  "' Philadelphia; Sept. 20.���H. K.  Walpole, a millionaire, committed  suicide here yesterday by drowning.  Chicago, Sept. 20.���Dowie announces his^ farewell service for next  Sunday after which he will leave  for Mexico".  Seattle, Sept. 20.���Capt. Amundsen, the explorer who penetrated the  northwest passage, arrived here today on his way home to Norway.  Bismarck, N. D., Sept. 20.���Ten  masked men rode into Underwood  yesterday and blew open the safes  of the First State Bank and the Security State Bank and secured only  about $12,000.  Havana, Sept. 20.���Rebel forces  fully 6,000 strong are within striking distance aud may attack this  city at any moment. Three thousand troops are available to defend  the city. President Palma has notified President Roosevelt that he is  unable to protect Americans at Cien-  fnegos. Roosevelt threatens to intervene unless the natives come to  their senses. The American cruisers Denver and Des Moines are now  in. this harbor and other warships  are on their way here and to points  along the coast. .  ' GENERAL  NEWS.  Two men were killed aiid a number of others severely injured in a  collision caused by a runaway street  car at Seattle early last Saturday  morning.  The American coasting steamship  Oregon, operating between Seattle,  Seward and Valdez, went on the  rocks at Hitichingbrook island on  Sept. 14th and is a lotal wreck.  The passengers and crew were taken  off by the U. S.: revenue.cutters Mc-  Culloch and Rush.  On Saturday last five additional  TJ. S. cruisers were ordered to Cuba  to assist the three cruisers already  there to form a cordon around the  island. The commanders had instruction to laud troops,at the first  appearance of anarchy and riots.  President Roosevelt addressed a letter to both the Cuban president and  the leaders of the incurreclion stating that, in case of riots and the destruction of American property, he  would be forced to restore order.  The Law Courts.  Rex. v. Roderique���This case, iit  which the defendant was charged  with having supplied liquor to two  Indian women named Susie and  Mary, was on before Magistrate  Fraser on Tuesday. After hearing-  the evidence the accused was allow- ���  ed his liberty on suspended sentence.  Rex. v. Bramer���The accused  appeared before Magistrate Fraser  ou Wednesday evening and pleaded  guilt}* to a charge of supplying intoxicating liquor to two Indian.women,   aud   was fined $50 and costs.  Rex. v. .A. B. P. Thomas���This-  is a charge of perjury arising out of  the late suit, Thomas v. Harris.  Accused was arrested Thursday and  was admitted to bail. The case was  set for Monday before Magistrate  Fraser.  Rex. v. R. H. Thomas���A prosecution for taking a false oath for the.  purpose of getting a record to a  placer claim. The accused was arrested on Tuesday night at Taku  while ou his 'way out, and was allowed out on bail. Theprelimiuary ��  hearing is taking place before J. A.  Fraser, S. M., as we go to press.  county court.    . -.'.  Thomas v. Harris���This action  was heard before Judge Young aud  a jury, consisting of. Messrs. Chaq.  Cijilen, foreman, E. M. Baiinon,."S-.  Bond, C. T. Baker and j. Marshall,-  on .Thursday, Friday and. Saturday ���  last. The jury, after being out for  half an hour, brought in the following verdict: ''We, the jury, find  that in our opinion Mr. Hairis, the  defendant in this case, is not guilty  of .the negligence charged by Mr.  Thomas, the plaintiff, and that Mr.  Harris' mine was worked iu a proper and miner-like manner. Also,  in our opinion, the breaking of the  boundary wall was caused by the  excessive use of powder at this particular spot by Mr. Thomas, thereby  relieving Mr. Harris of the responi-  bility of the flooding of Thomas'  workings. In our opinion the case  should be dismissed without damages being allowed." A motion  was then made by counsel for defendant for judgment, which was  accordingly ordered.  .J. T. Regan v. A.B. P. Thomas-  Action for price of hardware. Judgment confessed andexecution issued.  P. C. P. Co. I,ld. v. Pcarse et al.  ���Order of full court referred back  for explanation.  Kaye v. Swilzer���Argument all  day Wednesday. Judgment reserved.  Good Clean-ups on Boulder Creek.  The Societie Miniere de la C. B.,  Boulder creek, secured $7,000 from  a clean-up on Aug. 29th, while a  clean-up on Sept. 17th gave a return  of $S,ooo. They will make two  more clean-ups before the eiid of the  season. During the winter the company will have three tunnels driven  into the southwest bench of the  creek to ascertain the value of the  paystreak therein and will otherwise  prospect their big holdings. They  also intend to construct a new Soo  foot flume and to re-arrange their  plant and method of operating before  the opening of next season. A^LIN,   B. C,    SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER   22,    190ft  lhe Atlin Claim.  /.11H ATLIN CLAIM is pupu.i5.hcj> c-ujvw.sykTunoAY  MORNING.       MAILED    rB.CC,   TO    ANV    IUU1T   OF  THC  wonLD ron. co. ecrtrs.. psji. month ;t $x,oo   pen  Vff^JV.      ADV:/ITISI^Q RATCS:  SV-0#tP4WK��H EACH  TliJTnTION:   nCADttift.NpTICC^apMC^VW^A  tINC.  of those interested in such matters,  /The columns of This Claim are always open for aiining news.   ���** =-  K'rrr.n-H.cr.ofh. pwmvlWwk,   ctc. etc.  OnDCJTik. PROMP.T4.V- EXEC.UtT.Wh.  ���S'liii AtriiiN GiAiw BunweHiwa Go., Txi'd.  ���\V.    PoiAjAHDr.     GHANT-.      FjMTOH-MaN AGEH.  QUARTS.   ���  A carefuli pamsal off tho-British  Columbia papers andofi tha-mining  journals  of Canada and'the United  Slates.during tho past summer* must  convince- anyone intorected, in* niin-  5ng that the- enormous, mineral resources of our- pro-vinca- are Qarmug  the attention, that- they merit.    la  lhe   older   parts-  of. tho- province,  where quartz mining has got be-yond  the development stage, we are- con-  Cinually- reading ofr additions.to.the  list of dividend gating, mines.   This  is naturally lending an impetus, to  prospecting and  development1  and  there   is- from   week to. v/cak. an-  siouucements-of properties-changing  Jiands   and  being- developed*, on a  larger-  scale."     Tha  same activity  prevails   as-  w-et-earnerliorilu  .The  .Portland-   Canal) district, is-iaaking  n wonderfulracordj E&tensiye-work  ?.s being carried on  and-, population  5s flowing in.    Beg-ple-are iiivasbiiig,.  not only* in mining- prpperties.biit. in  sreal, estate,  audi business, becatise  iheyare confident of the, permanency, of the-cotintr.ijAandiha'Aa.-elQeted  lo.  make- their* homes- where-they  .know that;h.i..a.,f$,w. years there will  ?je   established-  towns with all the  comforts and luxuries of  those   to  the south of them,.  We rea,d\ q�� all'these raovements-  Unit fail to realize that,., eveii> with  sj.he small. amount, of work, done,  ' sufficient, showing, has- been made  **o prove, thatiouriovvn district is one  ol" tho.- richest quarta. countries, in  jlSriiish,.i Columbia. New. finds- are  ncing made, each-, day and,such re-  t urns-are being, received, that, puts  fliis district, ahead 1 of any in-, the  province, iu their, early days. The  -work in the Wiudy.Arm andiTutshi  district has demonstrated, the per-  3iianency�� of our quartz,.so. much so  Jhnt therahavebeen more men,.sent  Jn by those who are able to handle  large propositions,, in. the district  this season than in,alhtlieother-,seasons pub together. Some properties  T.iavc beetin bonded,,others,will be  worked during..the., coming, winter,  and we- beliave- that we are on the  fihrcshold'icf the-beststime& this, distinct has everi seen.  WJUeai wa remember- that it, talaes  bom $100,000 to #1,000,000 to de-  velope.a. quartx.. mine, owners, of  prospects- must.not become impatient  and dissatisfied wheal, they caiii not  moke a' sale immediately, following  the opening of negotiations. We  wotildi.suggesti to .thpsev-interested-.in  <pi!irt7. that when.they,-hays secured  their claims-thatiall necessary publicity should, be. gj[van. q��, their re.-  .turns. It is.Quly by.doing.this that.  "'���3 can hope^touaUraafci tha-attontiouii  British-  Columbia   is  ful'diffif journalistic tragedies, and. tlie latest to  be staged-is.at Princeton.. Tlse-editor  had  a. personal, altercation with his  largest adver-lasec,   who  wanted]   to  locate a. graveyard* next fehe- editor's  property..  The adwertisen thereupon  withdrew   hif>. page-adi,. the-pecuniary loss of which was.soi gneafc that  the editor: thoughts it- only-fair. loiMxi;.  Howsej . the owner,, to aesigiu    He  pathetically announces, in his- valedictory thab he-arrived: iu-. Priucatoni  "iu igpii while- on. 'a   toun'  ��f,  tihe-  jwor-ldi \uitih  aipartaiQn who. bad tem*-  der feet, a-pain of blankets,, a gunny  sack audi a tomato can being all oua  possession's.'"   He-concludes:: "The  difficulties  of 'niuini-ng- ai  one-man  inewspa-pess in, an outpost of civiliaa-'  ition,   where   editor,    printer    and  .'devilf'fonm! the-trinity in one-which  jpe-ribmns all: tha-wools and.- takes all'  tha- kicks, cannot be-appreciated un-  'til tried.   Any indepaudance of writing is-sure* to.iucur. the- hostility of  toadies.and tha-old-grain-iias..'''1���Victoria Times.  Useful and Ortiamtnal  Why bund out when you can get goods ah ciikai- hkhb? .   .  Atlin, Nugget and   Grape   Rings  ��*><1 xlli l-hiris ��? Jewelry iiiumi  Pictured on tlio premises.  Flue New  Stock  of   Watches,  Clocks,, Jewelry   and   Diamonds.  Wafcehcs. fvom $5.00 up. Accnts for Columbia Gntinophoiics.  -���   , Silverware, Cut Glass; Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  JULES   EUuEKT   &   SUN,, 'MWN ans -JDiscovaunr,.  safet. Deposit vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwclrs.  They   are   Waiting   for   Youl  *9  IN  Bargains  CLOTHING?   Hats and Dry Goods,  Carpets and House Furnishings.  XTBIX   DJNffi    OF    BOOTS   \ni��   SHOES,.  fuss*   GOIvD    SKA1   HIP    GUM    BOOTS. .  ft* E. Brown & Co.,  Atlin and'  Discovery, B. C.  Successors- to J. H. Richardson.  ^  In tftft C9tin% Court ef Attin  (HOI.3EIS A-'i* AfflLIKv);  NOTICE..  ] The lastfi-eeul'msitting afrtlic tihove Gou��t>  Jov .tlio present season \vill be held at the  CouKt IlQiise,.Atlin,.K. G.,^on WetUiesduyi.tfae-  'third da*-.oE:October, A..1)., 100C,.at.tbe hour  of eleven Qkslock iii tlte forenoon..  tL.yOUNXJ,    -  Eegifetwir..'  Atlin,.B. C.,12th Sei<cou>bcis 1900.  THE   GOLD   HOUSE,  .   BrlS����)>��EI��Y',  B. C  C.'H. NISSEM,  Pr��prict��r.  ' BtestKiHrnit in (Dounestian Under  New Oriid Gapablb Majiageinon*.  ^  Natite of. Dissolution ot Partnership.  NOTJCU i* here p;ivcii tlnvfrtho-iMuttnexship  !)usiiiess- hitherto, ouiu'ied on hy us..muter  Articles, of-. l>ttj-tiie:'6hip,.at- Atlin,. li. C, ns  linrristeirs .and Solicitors, unde>v the iirm  inline o��*;"-Maso]i & li,isher.'-x,"hasJjeeiwtisolved,  }����� mutiiat: consent,, ns, fcom tho.lst day of  {September, JL90S. All accounts., will bo yuid,  nnd nlliaccoiintsvclue to it<wil!'iecollected,hy  fither raeiiibtv oi|theikN>i,'>vhose r.eceipt for  he sajua slmUl he a f nil, and snlticUiiiti<Ks-  chars:e..The Unsi'ness. will, From siich,divteh.lie  carried on lsy the lHulerBlprnsdChinJesDnwiis  Muson,At:the Olfico ou "EliirdiHtoect, Atlin, B.  "' '      '      " "���.lium li. Kisliei- con-  snme address, until  jeusori.        ' :  Da.todi(vttAt!l*ti.B..C., thi^'.lUh day, off Sep-'  tcmbeii, 100& C. J-)i*��oie. Masonv  Witness.. W.'U.'FlSinan..  Eihvard'iS. Wilicinson.. ��� sir��l  p., the iiiulai'SLRiie'd Williu'  eimihipr business at the sat  the eiidloilithis-seasori.  TBE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  Thca*i��[lii  Liae   froia Skaguay  to'Atlin,   White  Horse,  Big  Salmon,  Datwson; am��b aH$ rutepmediate points.'  Fsfteiv  3PBoh}*��cJ traj-nrs daily>, except Sunday,  between Sftaguay, Caribos  and   Wtxitahar%e.  Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express.  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FS>RST   CLASS   TRAINS L  No..]J.���N��ri*h Bound..| No.2.���South HoiintL.  3i30a^ai. Lv.       SKAGWAY     Ar. 4.30p.m..  2.JO p.m ..I(.cy-..      CABriBOU      Lv. 11.50 a-m.  4i30 pja..Ain WHl'l'Ji HORSE Lv. 3.30 a.m..  TOME   SCWiE.5)!lILE.  LAKE  STEAMBOATS:  liea-Ae GAEJiBOlf S.]>.m.. Mondays,      A-cri-ve ATLIN '> a. m.. Ulucstlaysv  " " 5p..Hi.:'J*hi,rsdays, "��� u        9 a..ui.. Fridays.  Leave ATLJiN S,i>^m'.. Tuesdays^'      '   AnuiMa- CA-KIBOW 7. aim. Wednesda.jo.  ��� "��� "*      5- |)..rk lfuwlajs,. " " 7/a. m.. Saturday's.  ���   150 pounds of.hagKaee,wUJlbo chocked flren wifch each fiull fi'jie tiieket and 75. pouticD  rwlUi each haJfifnre 1-icHob.  Baesonnens must be at dcpois.i��i time to,hnve Ba��fr!Hjc nisyn��tx��diaii(licheoke<k.  Tjiine Sehodules.are sublet to change withaut* noSiiio..  MPDir    Baag��ge   Bonded   Tteroa��f4i.  Foj*-information-i-elaiive to Passengeii,. Pa'aisht,. lispress and  TlelteKraph  Kates,  opplsjto tuiji.agent ofi the Company or to  A..iL.!"BEBDOE. Geii. MKr... J:.. LI FSCO MBE,      J. H. 1K06EHS, Tru��ic ilanatjer^  Vnncoiivei!,.U. C.vand Agent, Atlin. Tancouver,.B.C, a-.ul  .SkaRuay, Alaslta. Skaguay, Alaska.  Certificates of Improvements.  Etta^ Extans'r&n, At Last,, and White  Baby   Mf-ner-tJ .Claims-  ���-nAiy-:.Notice Uiat.f,.W. Gass,.Froe :  Uori iii cute ��� No..iiH1it<9,. anil aiuit;  Situivtc in the Atlili.Miuing-T^i-.ysioii^.Ca^siar  DistEict.. Where located:���OiiQ-quartcr  oHniimile North-West ofrAtiiiu  Miners'  UK-at'ent for  D. O. BGeb.mo,.Fwjc M^iuevs'-'Ccrtiflciitc No.  nU3,07$r.ilitend,,sL?tf*Adny.s?raH' tjio Auto hcvo-  uf, lo.tiin-ly.to.tho MijihiR Uccoi*loivfor Cor-  tillcates ofi T.jnprov��iuiMits,.for tho pui-|)osc  of ol)taJuiuK. d'Otrji/Gixtiith-. nt( tjio. uttoivc  slulnia..  j And.fnrl'lio'.i.l'ake.iiotieothp.t action,,under  section S7H.must<l>e enmmoncod before tho  lissuaiice of. sach, Coi-it'ficntes�� ofi XiupiMive-  J110lltS��,  !  Date<l.fchi��.lKt. cloji oflAHBitst^iaQS-,  ^2'J ....     '���'VVM.'GASS.  ��� . I  Everybody   Should  Aigfteertise   the  District  When   Writing   to   Friends  By   Hsingfi  "YIEW OF ATLIN"'  'Wiritiiig Paper.  <g;^-����,��������.��.����.��������.<-)��� ������>.�� ��������.�������.����������������:����'��� ������<$���'���� ��-�� ��-����ig>.  ATUINTO LODGE  A. F. &,A\.rV!i.  No. .12. G..U.IKC.  ltefi-ulur, communications held ou the 'ilrst  Tli ursda*A ot each .mouth  iu the A..O. U. VV...Hall,  Third Streeh.  YisitiiiK brethren cordially invited.  HD^T BATHS/  Can. he. Had, at.   (Jm the Waterfront.  Monta-S-iita Cltei��ket"i!ttiKl,Rei-airAd..  AH,Work Gimrapteed.  Goods .Called for uu(l:J)cllve>r<itK.  Cash ou Delivery.  ftta&. AV.. Penn,, n<wir)t&rrjii>...  Is to advertise and promote  tke  interests   of tke  ATLIN DISTRICT!  . a!* !$��� ��A  m '.Subscriber?  " ii  \1  ; I  (I)3>t&&StftAAS^Mfcitti&eAS>^^ ���1"Y;  ATLIN,   B. 0.,   SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER   22,   1906  The   Five   Rules   of   Buddha.  Kill   not���for   Buddha's sake���and  lest ye slay  The meanest thing upon its upward  way.  Give freely and   receive,   but  take  from none  l'.y greed,, or force of fraud, what is  his own.  Bear   iiot false witness, slander not,  ,nor lie;  Truth   is   the   speech    of   inward  purity.  Shun drugs aud drinks which work  the wit abuse;  Clear  minds, clean bodies, need no  soma juice.  Touch .not  thy- neighbour's   wife,  <    neither commit        ,  Sins of the flesh, uulawful.and unfit.  ���Light of Asia.  Mining Prospects Look Good.  So Said Dr. Keller When Asked for  His Opinion of Atlin and Southern Yukon Districts.  Dr. I;. S. Keller, who has returned from a two months' visit to White-  horse, Atlin, Conrad and Caribou,  is greatly impressed with the bright^  ness of tlie outlook of the country  at SkagwaVs back door. He says  one of the greatest mineral producing countries in the world is being  developed in northern British Columbia and southern Yukon territory.  "The great placer fields of the  ''"'Atlin district,".' said Dr. Keller,  "will yield more gold this year than  iihey have produced for many years.  There are ��� not so many individual  miners at work, but the hydraulic  companies are ' doing splendidly.  The output of a few of them'will be  very large. "Atlin "will get better  each year tor years and years.  ���Then the development of the  Windy Arm country and the prospecting that has been done from  leanett on the west \o the Engineer  mining property o>n the east have  disclosed that there is a great quartz  belt lying in that country that will  soon be adding its millions to the  world's riches.  "The work that has been done on  the Whitehorse copper properties  this year has removed the last doubt  imoLn the minds of the most skeptical as to- the richness of that  section  "I never saw a country with a  brighter future assured than that  - just across on the Canadian side of  'the.mountains, that-.divide the coast  country frona the Yukon ' watershed.''"���Skagway Alaskan.  Answered.  "Will you allow me to ask you a  (question?" interrupted a man in the  audience.  '���Certainly, sir," said the orator.  "You have been giving us a lot  of figures about emigration,, increase  of wealth, the growth of trusts, aud  all that/' said the man. "-Let's see  what you know about figures yourself. How do you find the greatest  common divisor?' *  Slowly and deliberately the orator  took a drink of water. Then he  pointed his finger straight at the  cjjuestioner. Lightning flashed from  his eyes, and he replied in a voice  that made the gas jets quiver;���  ������'Advertise for it, you ignoramus I"  The audience cheered aud yelled  and stamped, and the wretched man  who had asked the question sneaked  out of the hall,, a total wreck.���Tit  Bits.  Fonetic  Spelling.  In the brite lexicun of yuth there  is no such word as fale but it is pos-  sibl that,there is sum such word in  President Roosevelt's brite mi spelling book. But whot shal it profit  the Inglish langwage if wun president spels it wun way aud his suk-  sessor spels it another. When in  dowt, spel it enny old'way, or enny  mi way���akordiug to Webster or  akordiug to Kamagy. Whol's the  ods and whot's the use of the  skules? Yu know how it sounds to  yu. Spel it that way. Whot's the  use to konsult the dickshunary.  The man who made it cttldn't have  nowii the neads of this or fuchure  jenerashuns. But there's nuthing  to fite over. Spel it as yu please.���  Juneau Record-Miner.  When  Bridget  Burns.  More mighty than the fire is she,  More dread  than earthquake tilt;  When Bridget burns a porterhouse,  It cannot be rebuilt. ���Puck.  "fSJJ-OTICE Is hereby given that I intend,  -*-N sixty days from date, to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to purchase the following  described tract of laud: . Commencing at a  post 011 western end Tiitshi Lake, thence  south SO chains, thence west 20 chains, thence  north 80 chains to the shore of Tiitshi Luke,  thence following' the shore 20 chains to the  point  of ..commencement.     Containing 160  acres more or less . -    Dated July 80th; 1906.  olS Walteu G. Sweet.  Synopsis of. Canadian Homestead   Regulations.  A NY available Dominion I.ands within  _��^_ tho Railway Belt in Hritish Columbia,  may be homesteaded by any person who is  the sole head of a family, or any male over 18  years of ace, to tho extent of one-cunrter  section of 160 acres more or less.  Entry must he made personally at the local  land oifico for the district, in which the land  is situate. .'    ,  . .  The homesteader is reiimred to perform  the conditions connected therewith under  one of the'.followiiiK plans:  (1) At least six months'residence upon and  cultivation of the Innd in each year for three  y<0i)'lf the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,  the reciuiremeiits as to residence may be  satisfied by such person residing with the  father or mother.    ... ^  (8) Jf the sottler has his permanent residence upon farming laud owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the reauirc-  inents us to residence may bo satisfied by  residence upon the said land.  Six months' notice in writing should lie  given to theCoininissioner of Dominion Luiuls  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands mav bo purchased at $10 per acre  for soft coal aud S20 for anthracite. Not more  than 320 acres can be ncuuirea by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate of  ton cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall bo collected on the gross Vy *$'^oitY  Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. jy21-tim  Fine tree fiotel  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly  First-Class  Hotel.  ED.   SANDS,. Proprietor.  Choicest Wines,- Liquors and Cigars  The Dining-Room, under the management of Mrs. T. Hinchcliffe,  furnishes the best meal iu town.  ^m/WW^^V^^V^AA^VVSAA  Hampton   &.   Durie,        Proprietors.  Hugget ftoief  Discovery.  ���    OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION,  Headuuurters for Dixon's stage.  I���  Ifi a great success!  WE   MEAN   OUR  Monthly Price List  and   our  CASH PRICES!   Strange We never thought of it before I  W!******  Our SEPT. Price List is Now Ready!  OUR Printed Price List'just seems to fill a long felt need, as, when  ��� our patrons receive it on the first of the month'they know exactly  what goods will cost them during the month, and it is a great assistance  in making up an order. '  We have a large Stock of Goods now on the way in  '  "     and 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.  If  you are not already a customer it  will  pay you to give us a trial order.  a5*    ��5*    e��*'   ap*    tfi^    v?1   **P  LIMITED.  ��a#o��*eaeae������*wa#��ei^^  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY OF  ALL.  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER    Manager.  VV<^VVSA/*>^>^S^^V^^V<^y^V>^0*<^^^^^^yV^^>tA^MA^^A^VV^^A^  Executed Cheaply,  Promptly and Satisfactorily.  .: . THE CLAIM OFFICE.  VtS+AS+S*****^^  Ihe  Canadian   Bank  of   Commerce.  CAPITAL   PAID   UP   $10,000,000.  reserve, $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at .Seattle,  ^ Francisc0>  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust .Purchased���Assay Office in Connection.  J. A. SMITH. Manager. .TN,  C.     SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER'   22.' 190K  /     Local  Events. ��  Atlin photos and souvenir po.stu.is  abC. R. Bourne's.  A'shipiuent of Fancy Stationery  311st received at 11. L. Pillman's.  .McDonaldls Grocery* makes a  specially of fresh eggs unci  butler.  A letter from Mr. J. Kirk land is  tniavoidably held oven to next issue.  Photographer Muirhead," who .had  been in camp for the- past, few  mouths, left for the outside Tuesday.  Mr. E. L. Pillmau returned, to  town on Tuesday from a six weeks'  business audpleasure-trip-to Seattle  and B. C. coast cities.  The Atlin District. Liberal .Association held its annual meeting al  Discovery on Saturday evening-last  and elected officers for the year.  A. St. G. Hammersley, of Vancouver, was a visitor in Atlin on  Tuesday, leaving that evening on a  shooting trip into the neighboring  "Yukon territory.  A meeting of the subscribers to  the Atlin fire protection, fund will  be held in the fire hall on Monday  eveniug for the purpose of; appointing a nightwatchrnan.  Notice���A meeting of'the shareholders of the Atlin rink will be held  iu the ��� Kooteuay hotel parlor at S  p.m. on Tuesday, September. 1.25th.  E. M. N. Woods, Secretary.  Camp Discovery.,. No. 19,- A. B ,  attended devine service.in a body al  Discovery on-Sunday last. Rev. A.  M. Ross- officiated aud there was a  large turnout-of the Brotherhood.  His many Atlin friends will be  pleased'' to hear- that' Mr. Donald  .Ross, of the Canadian Bank of Com-  snerce at Skagway,. and who had  fcteen confined to his bed for the-past  few weeks, has recovered, aud is on  thity again.  '���' The annual meeting of the Atlin  Curling Club was held at lhe court  house on Tuesday evening,,, when  several matters in respect to the  coming curling season were under  discussion. The election of officers  resulted as follows: Hon. pres., \V.  Sloan, M.P.;-pres., Jas. A. Fraser;  vice-prcs., J. A. Smith; sec.-lreas.,  H. Young; executive committee, A.  .J] Burnside-- F. W. Dowliiig aud G.  Sinclair. Those present-were very  enthusiastic over the prospects for a  successful season of the roarih' game.-  While driving down Spruce creek  on Monday evening Mr. O. W.  Rorke, of the A\ T. Co.., had a very  narrow escape from serious-injury.  His horse stumbled and fell.over the  bank and; getting mixed up with  the tangle, Ormond was rolled on  and received a severe bruising and  shaking up. Getting his horse clear  of the damaged wagon he walked  to the Half-Way house and wired  to town for a conveyance. Arriving  .in town he was examined by Dr.  Young, who reports no bones broken. Mr. Rorke is resting-up at the  iilospital and expects to return to  work in a few days.  New novels arriving, constantly  at C. R. Bourne's.  Read the A. T. Co.'s advertisement on page 3.    It's right.  Why use inferior gasoline when  you can-get 76 and S6 per cent, at  Bicgan's.    Atlin and Discovery.  New Arrivals..  Placer-and Quarts on'Volcanic  Sept. iS���A. St. G. Hammersley,  F. S. Clarke, E. N. Bruce aud 11.  L'. Pjllman.. Sept. 21���Rev. N. 13.  garrison, K. A. Garrett, P. Rocco,  .3 ..Motriaki*yjG,'.Xias��iay.3*'Harki��s.  Seventy-Jive Foot Shaft.but-no Bed  Rock Yot���Staked Ledges oi'  Galena.and" Molybdenum.  Messrs. T. Hanna,,J. Cartmcl, C.  Gilmore and'C. P. Hickman,' wlio  since early spring- have been pushing work on their Volcanic " creek  placer ground,'suspended operations  at lhe beginning of the week on account-of lack of water-lo drive their  pump, and have relumed to,Discovery. Their shaft,., which is 3 ft. x 7  ft. inside of timbers, has been sunk  to a depth of 75 feel without sinking  bedrock. At a- depth of about 50  .feet some. four, feet of'fairly good pay  dirt was encountered; hut sinking  ���was.continued and the- bottom of  the, shaft is now in a stratum of blue  clay and'- boulders. Considerable  difficulty was' experienced from  water, but with the assistance-of a  largo- wator-whoel and ai -Cornish  pump this- obstacle was-contended  with.' Taking into consideration  tiie nature-of the ground-being prospected- and- the many obstacles and  break-downs met', and overcome, the  amount of work, done and depth  obtained speaks volumes for the  energy and .perseverance of these  sturdy prospectors*. Tlie men are  naturally a little disappointed at not  having struck bedrock but, nothing  daunted, and as their present pump  is- powerful enough-, to handle the  water lo a depth of 100 'feet, they  state-that they will renew operations  next spring and "find bedrock or  bust."' W-c are of-the. opinion tha'ti  the former will- be the- condition!  most likely to happen.  During the season- these men also  located and- staked- a number off  quartz claims on what is known as  Broken Hilt The ledge, which is  several feet in width and extends  throughout their stakings, contains  .a large vein of high grade' galena  which'will prove very valuable with  development: In the same locality  they have staked a vein which oii  the surface averages about four feet  in-width and carries a high percentage of molybdenum. This mineral,  which contains several- by-products  and is also used in the manufacturing of large-guns, is fairly rare, has  a steady demand for small quantities,  and. is at present worth from 20 to  ��5 cents per pound.'  ,'   If-you want bargains that are bargains, call on Stables & Lumsden.  oir  m ��� ruFHisnings,     ���   ���  Blankets, Boots and 'Shoes.  jgJgJP* The'wbol'e Slock mush be cleaied our regardless,  of cost before the and of the moi'thi.  n roigigm""'**'"' fMKj-jjt^aJiiaiii-i ���  STAHSII  ^WtJtf^ p  J.   T.   RJCGAN.  ATI.IN   AND   DISCOVKKV,  I keen u full sloc-lt ol Shell" find Heav.vi  ,. - Jlawlwui-o nt ull.tuucs'..  OASOMNK. DYNAMl'J'l*. ��� CiKT.IONU'J'  ���W.:MUSGRAVE,-B.-Sc:  Assayer and  -j*w* Chemist.  Conrad   City,    Y.  T*  O.K.  BARBER SHOP.  IftllST STKKKT,.    -      ATLIN,  F. SHIELDS, Prop.  HOT  BATHS 50 cts.  Tho batli rooms are equally us jsood as found  in cities.   Private Entrance for Ijadios.  fJoe. Palmer,  The Reliable* Shoemaker,.  -   -    -    Dr.scoviiRY.B. C.  iJ  BuixhRs. Baals. aJSq/y-jaJtek-.  ���   ATLIN, ,-B. 'C.  ���Brewers  of Lager- Beer  and Porter.,  , SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. -  ;The KOOTENAY HOTEL  1 .       OPEN. DAY AND NIGHT.  THE.DLNLNG-ROOM   IS CONDUCTED   ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  "CLASS   PRINCIPLES..'  the  DIX7QN   &. SCHUL2,   Proprietors-,   <  Corner Pearl and First Streets, At-liri, B. C.  KI.RST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION;.  CHOICEST WINES, LIOUORS AND CICAKS CASE GOODS A SPICIALTV.  Heated   and   Lighted  By    its.    Own   .Plant  Fine   Sample    Rooms;  For Commercial   Mera  \C  WHITE PASS HOTEL  P:    D..  McMILLAN,    Manager.  Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in Yukon..  A-  Choice    Bar   Stock  Rates  MODERATE  F.T.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.   [Mm^^-mlrrmrt������^i^���r- mir���im*nr*"������������-���* '   " ti~i 111 ���!��������� win���n  ALASKA    ROUTE   SAILINGS.  S. S. Princess   May,  September 6th, J 7th and 27th..  S* S. Princess   Beatrice*  September 3rd,. 15th and 25th-  SaMmr from Skagway 8p.m..  Direct to Vancouver and; Victoria-..  Transporting by rail or steamer to Seattle without extra uhar^ei  Wo Rive quick sorviec.    No intermediate calls.   ,       TT     "R '  Tin ��-��1  For i-ntos:or infoniiatioii ai>]dj- to     MX.    JL>. . JL/Llll Jtx,  Auront, SlcoKway.  A Large Shipment o��  During   the   Season   I   Will   Ha,vo  iFtiesk -Fruit and VegetaJhlesi Arriving.  EVERY    FRIDAY  &M%^M��E$&$��

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