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 ������'*3  1'7  ��^-;  :;IS'.^a'".'S:>:  ?e;ToW:i^^.  ��;^^#^r  V'OE,  ���at l in, ;>7 e:���'��� s at uk day.  -vA//Buc{ge^  7'7v7!7';F  ��� ���..-, ;/':;���;��� 7-' isrkoiAi, to ,t,ik'ioi<aim.i ; --, 7777 ���7  t' /'''/Qcl&SSift/Sc^  y6iitnige's7Avere;resiimecl:by Uie/.sbcie-.  /;/:ly/klK;>^  7 occasion ;pf a funeral, pf /a/nronuneuit:  7/:|iolice:pfilcia^  7'7\ve re k i I led land ���'��� i ii j u reel .';:Y ,:;:: 7 7;;;.;7   7/  ���/���'/"'Ottawa,7^^^  :;/Wn]:/Pugsiey,:/the.J  S^;Etiblic;W.orks,v:and;the:;Ho  /;.Graham,/;th.e:,ne>\7  -, /^-ays/: were/both;.elected.7by"acclam-  77 ation/// 7:7.77777;. .-7../; .',77V /,y::7':7/:/y7:/;7//;/  ;.H'7v:Tlie^^  //.sent baS:beeu/th^  /���/the-Peace/Conference^  7//;nessed,/a;nd/as;a:^  ;/: is/opemautagonistu���/.:Bet\v^en'^3.r;eat.  ;y Britai. 117; and"7(3/erraany^cpnclfning  /'//the/la'yiug'bf/sub^^^  7.-:v; 7?o t la wa i/Septc; ^o^Air'or^ei^in^  7:icoiiiicil;iias7beei( .'^assed^fixih;g.^ilje  :'':d'ite^7pf ;^  :~7; Thursdays October:^!stB77:.7i;���;//;::/;//:  Y .Parliament \vill';������assemble- again  /���/'Oh-^Tovember.-:.i.^th7^  /���/ ShanghauTSept.;2p.^The Steam-  7 7er7Tafob '"/Ma'ru/is-repotted;to;' have  7/ been/ burned a^  ���;' ;7dred; lives. lost.i:;;; - 7'" 7.7 7/<; ���'���-���j:  7.-'������ Boise;-': Sepl.;: 20. ��� Petlibone,/ pi  the; 'famous'' P^ttibone-Moyer-Hay/  7: \vpod .caseW has/been V takeu\to7tbe  //hospitals/where   he/will.- undergoa  7serio us: Operation. .-:-. ������',.-   7-7 ���   "���-���.:.  ...7    Bellingham, v^a'sla^^'Sept^'ip:^-;  The:.names of the four/���or'.five hundred Hindus who/ivere./driyeu-put  ..'��� of town .quite recently. Avilhbe 'sent  "���To/XpiVdph.'-M  7jagainst the United:ata:tesiwill7sui;ely:  follow. ' '' ^".���"���;,\-.:;:"'-'-.-7:.7:;;-  / ���/ 'Spokane^  Sept. ;.20.^���The   Great  'Northern/train was held up in Mon-  :���'..tana''."'- 'The express  safe,:-was clypar  ���   mited:; anda  big/' haul-: made, -the.  robbers making their escape.    The  officials of the road  seem to think it  is the work of Bill-Miner, ;the train*  robber   who   made   an escape quite  recently from Westminister.  Sail Francisco, Sept: 20.���Some  150 Japanese and '.'Chinese fought a  desperate battle' with knives on the  deck of one of the northern boats en  route for Alaskan eanneries./,The  crew had to put many of U^xfigliters  in irons. Quite a number weie injured .seriously. ._���'���.-  Ottawa, Sept. 20.���The Minisiet  of the Interior is sending W. D.  Scott to Vancouver to investigate  the question of Oriental immigration. 7  Ottawa, Sept. 20'.���Statistics show  that the Oriental immigration to  Canada for the past seven years is  as follows: Japanese 8.6S2; Chinese 641;  Hindus 2,996  ///\\Mnte7 River/j/un^^  ,Sept.f2oJ���A .Q.��cbe'c.Vexpress:aH'd''.a,  freight li'aiii-met; in,a::iiea;d^h:vc6lli^  siou/i'esnlliiig.iu/the death��� of;:l\vcn;/  'Yy^UvV-'l'iedp^  twentyyseyen^  passejiger'icbaches 7was';;Ciitii'ely.|de-:  ;mplished;7//;7/;777;:7:;y^  W;Wberdee^  stcamer'Nbrthwest,; is a;wreck:7S.he:  ;is';pUed;/ui^  )'oiiit;:Lpn7.:tli"e7Skeena: riven/./The  pa sseiige f s 7% 11 tf :::/cre w//we rei/sa veel.:  ��� The steamcr//Haze'l^  the; same ;^  'neary.KitseVas. Canyon7:7/:-She:;is''bad^  1 y ;d a m aged/cii id '��� \v' i 11 / be:. o u 170 f /coin -  mission;b;kely7for tlie-balance df/tlie:  ;'season':777';7 77^  ���;/7Colo/radqfSpfihgsv;Sept 20.-���Four.  -meh'-kll 1 ed; ahd; ioiir-otherS7bad 1 y 7iii-i  :j tired, -v ca'u sed': by ;a1i'an tomolMle;7.'gp-:  .bigVbveri'a:;;cHff.;7 7:/:I7;7;7i7;: 7;. '77U;-7;;-,7  ->;7 SeattleJ;Sept^  Swedes t'aiicl^Hii id ja s'^cr ea t ed;^a; r i<St]  iii;;pne"pX;the$aloahs:K7  arrived,;ictiiYlhe7s;ceue7^nd7too'k7 the  fit/glecUersV;iut'b'..custpdy.-.^YyY.Y 7 i,/s;7  ^7New7Arork'J,Sepfr  ^shbt:ahdJkilledvHarry^andr;Sauii^  :;B.eckeiy'.iiardw^  -bfpthef pf;ilie';slain^meii':lead a .mob  which;tried ;to-Uyrjch7;^he;^Itah^u7  'A.large force:pi.;the, police "rescued  7the7hiurderer.'7^'^:;:,v^;7"77;,77: 7..:77'.;.:;  .": Westmiiister.September. 20tji.;----;  Tt isrepbrted'that asaJresultpf ;the:  investigation ��� G uards McNeilland  'Thomas areheld responsible for, the'  recent esca|ies:from'.the.penitentiary  and:they will;be discharged. Several '.parH'es.'claim/to', have seeii Miner  'quite recently oh/AVestbam island;  77:Midale,7Sask.v7SepU/2p;--  saiiemother; killed   lier, three  sons  'atici'cut'theni/tb :-pieces.;.;7;:Religibus  tiiania-rWfis'7the "cause:pf;^the awful  deed7';r7"7/' "7":" ���7;7V7 :'." ���'���"���". : -7 :::"  '; L&cai'aricl/ General ;News; ;;  ivlcbbnaid^s ���-Grocery:;7 riiakes^'a;  speciaity;;pf77f7i-eslv^eggs/,'and7,butter.  ������ troilet;:Spaps:at 'reduced :prices;i-7--;  ;C.;,Ii;7Bpur'ne777;7'-7f7'-;;.7;v':v777.7i'7^  :7/:Freslf/Ei;nii/'ahcl7:Ve^etabl^  i 11 g; i i 1,0 ii: e"y e ry"; boa 17--E. :L; .'/PI. 11 .rii a ii 7  Yy Joe- ���'Hbiisei;;lias7; just/Zfinishedra  finep-trifh 'looking^ -sixteeii;-foot//skiff  for Thbmas:;Marshal. :fisliermau::;77;7  ^'7A:d^dces,fTom7yaiicouve  'tubugh;the;feeling/against,the-Asm^^  tics/is )usris;strong/as;;; eyieri, .in/fact;  is grp wi iig;e very /day, }-y et the::cpole^  heads-are77holding.Jn7restraint7|he  m6re.iiripetuo.u^'e'xclusioii;i.s^  papers.'say/the ���recentTipi.s :were;/tlie;  acts of :boodlums^;aiid/rowdies;;;aud  the-//actibii//:d6es;/ript/:rcpr^  .fee:li.ugS7/noi7/dias;Jt/the/saina  any .of/ the:::Uibor7;p;r/::pU  tions/tiiat:ha.ve;beeiv:sta*-ted;tp;fight  theiuvasibhsof the 'people :7from7t he  iand/pMhe/cliTysanthemumvand^  ;rice. ;beds'n::; \.^%^Y:'YYY^ ^-::^Yi^:;'YY'Y  "YY At: Whitehqrse/iast/;Su uday/iiight  :a:,fatal/shobtii'g;oceurred;:/;;J  Avas/tat^thes/bottomj/of^the/^affair:^  Robert ���//Witter,. :;a carpenter, '���;'���;��� s.bpt,  and badly wounded'IdaWilliamsJ a;  w/omaii;'/ of?; the ' tow'n |/- ^0. at Que  ;tiiue;'Tiye:d/^  theHvomaiviiithe-laead and' 7flatten-  ed/out/011'her;skull.v' Supposing:Jie  had;, finislied ofl" tlie .woman for good  the fellow-turned,/the guh;,on7liim:  seif and successfully /put' a-sudden  eiidihg to his career. ���- 7  'NC.-;;42S'  toss of LifeonilKe Skeeria.  ra*? ^**viKfCA �����' ��xi LriL-,rnaM. it  For alcoholic catarrh try a Zyinole  Trokev.    Get 'cm at Brourne's.  ���' :L'o'udoii, Sept. :20.���The '-.'-British'  ���Adniiraity has'authorized' thecou-;  structioii'- of a >battleship supposed  lid...be"the/firth :Dreadnaught'"iii' the  original naval/ programme.'... Tlie  failure of the second Peace Conference/' is 7believed to be -responsible  for tlie change in the programme.  ���...���cnr>~ -���:*������  Private ���ihforiualioii from Vancouver slates that ivialcolm J. R. Reid,-  late principal of the Atlin public  school look a very, prominent part  in tlie recent anti-Asiatic disturbances, in Vancouver. He was seen  by a'friend, Who was in the rear  ranks-, at tlie head of one of the columns of the besiegers, carrying a  banner on which seemed to be the  words ,'what will we do to be saved.'  Just fancy Ihe valiant and doughty  Malcolm leading on'..the stormers,  waving the flag in one hand and a  ruler, that he had 'sw'iped' froin.his  school desk in the other. My. oh,  my! covered with glory and china-  town reek, the cynosure of all eyes  especially the ladies. What a'tapioca pudding for the pedagogue! to  bask in tlie smiles of the lydies.  77 Mr. Donald D. Mann, /vice-president! of. The//Caiiadia\'/ Nbrtherh  Railway, remarked '���>to' a' iiewspaper  man in/Vaiicouyer^-'the other day:  '''Personally /1-: r^eIer'7to;.have7;qur  Pacinc77coast - terminals ..located:,in  7Vaucouver.;,As:a7malter of lac t no  decision has.7beeii77reached. 7/It ;is;  definitely:seitled,-however,//that .we  will not 'go: to Port. Simpson//l'Our  terminus .will; not, be in that/vicinity." Vancouver lias . unsurpassed  harbor' facilities and a magnificent  water front. Here you have.a-pros-;  perbiis city -'whose progress, will be  stimulated by every new railway  which enters its, portals. A detour  in our proposed Hue from Edmonton west will bring our trains into  Vancouver ���'almost as quickly as  they could reach a port farther  north ���"������/. '    / /  The story told in the rhyme is of  a young fellow who wanted to .wed  the girl he was courting. The girl  was much infatuated with another  chap, and iu. telling the' first lo 'go  ask father,' handed him the mitten:  "Go to father," she said, ���  .   When Tasked her lo wed,  And she knew that I. knew  Her father .was dead.  And she knew that I knew  The life he had lead,  So she knew thai I knew  What -'he 'meant ulidii she. said  "Go to father." Ex   /.///^���/(Special /to; T:rtii:'Ci;AiM.;)/S//;;''7  ////Hazeltpn./lSept.^imh/���Avvcfiiioe/;^  wliich/ieft/iiere;at; r6/a/Ztii/'Wednes-':v  day',''/n.iannetV-'i)y./i'\y  ing/���eightviKwhite 7 passengers,77wa^  wrecked 7,:ati7the;:/Kitse//Giikla7C^i^7/;  /yoiVvl-twelve iriiles/below;here: ;about7-.7  iioonV^:/;/Fplioiwiug7:Ayele /vdrpwued:  James :Mbhrp,7V.ictoria;;;;^fo  /Atlin;;manage'r/of ,tlie/Kilda.re Miu-  ;i ii gl/Cpf i/ p f /Man so iv/Criie k;;^;Edw��ird//::  iWiilhims//Esquimalt/,fuiiierlempl6y-.  'ee/oftbe'/Kildare/"/Company: James ;.:  'Dibble;;"miher^  ,;thur//iSieisbir,/Pndian,/'capiaii  ���cauoe^iaud/ahbther/iudiaii^^  pf/tne;canpe.>;7 /The/j/othei:: five ^ass^//  .engers gpt'asliore;/"fwo-of/.them7,be-/  ing-. seriously:iiiiure.d;7::7;77;:/7: ;/��� ,:::7W7v.  //r/T!ie/canpe/\yas 1 baded/down:with:-  baggage and/provisions^ and^became  'i'i.iimau.ageabje;  She^sta'rter snip'ping;water ancl/sanlc7  'almost^imme'diately.'"Y^Yrw^ '.% :7:/7 '7  -..���:;,;.--:.. 7; ,':' '.Q; :..���; :.'7--',.;..... :7 ,-.;',7. - 7: "."/-��� -.:.':���;-:;'....." ���::':..'.;���. '���:  // :7 Si nce'X t lie. /wreck; Spf;;; the; /Mount/';  Rb5^l/soine/time/ago/;on;the.:S,k&  i'iyer/tbe/two7i-emaihiug7;bbats,; /the;7;  :Hazelton-and.'7the7?Northwestihav.e7^  both been-wrecked..: .;The^Hazeiton.  is   -lying-. ,011   the  .rocks   about' ten  mi!es/a.bove7the7ca^  twenty-seven, feet7/iii length'i'n   her .  hull'forward;/and :/tlie Nortli west-is v  lying'-'with 7 her "back--/broken'/ 6157/  Graveyard; Bar, twenty miles below:  'Kits^las,'Caiiypn'..'''-/irtlieAvate.r..rises7  both;  boats  .will/ 'be  a   total   loss::  Thereis ^not/much 'hope of saving/  either   of .them'//under any.'circiimr  stances.    Canoe navigation is   now.  the -piily [/means   of -travel pn the  Ske.ena and Stickine rivers;' and,mi-.  lil such./ time/'as //a steomer  can be  got all business 'will practically   be':  at a staiidstilir '."���'~';_-/:.'"-"/'";:/7 /��� 7T Y:r."  Plospital Doctor, visiting a patient;.  who'is in bed:. "Well, what:do you  usually-drink?"    "Very kind.of you  doctor;  /I'll"leave/ 'it   entirely /to  you-" /'-/ //'.// 7':''":7777  m f-a i at -y- w jw  ���?3.  ^j% >^-5;7iir^^*ts  ���m.  IriiheGoiinty Court "of Atliu  riOLDEM AT ATLIN.  Tlie next and last fixed regular  sittings'of the above Court will be  held at the Court House, Atlin,  B. C, on Tuesday the Seventh and  Friday the Eleventh days of October. A. D. 1907, at the, hour of  Eleven o'clock in the forenoon,  . Subsequent thereto and until further notice Court sittings will be  arranged through the undersigned  from time to time, as occasion requires.  J.   CARTMEL,   '  Registrar.  Atlin.. B.C., September aoil    * j->T~  ..*:-; ATLIN;    B. C,    SATURDAY,   SEPT.   21,    1907.  The Atlin'Clair  til.  1 \\H A I LI IN CLAcji\ :*j pudliuhco 1:1/crv Saturday  ' MORNING.      MAILED     mfC    TO    ANY    PART   or  THE  viofiLD  ron ��o   ccntc   per  month;   ��g.oo   puh  VR*n.        A I1VCHTIBI rJG RAT KO :   CI.HOPCl'JNCH tACH  TISr.nTION ;  KCADING NOTICES,  2(1 CENTS A  LINC.  High Honours Conferred.  SPECIAL   HATES    ON    APPLICATION.   ojB* ,   .10H PRINTING :  OILL-l'.CADS, I'OSTEnS, VIU1TINC   CAHOS,  ETTLn-HCADS. PnOGHAMMES,     " FTC. ,   CTC.  OnDrilS    PIIOMPTLY    EXCCUTED.  PHICC5    MODCnATL.  Hon. Dr. H.  E. Young, Minister of  Eclui al.ion Recognized.      ���  j'llK  ATMN  UIjAIM   PuilljISIIIKCi CO., I.TI).  <i Cii.\Ki.i*s L. Cum.in,  |-'U*TOU-MANAfiliU.  Money Well Spent.  There is no belter way of aiding  and assisting iu the development of  a mining country than by the building of good roads and trails.' This  ��� must be apparent to even a casual  observer, "We are glad lo say this  has beeiv the policy of Ihe British  Columbia government in the past,  and, according to promise, will be  carried on in the future. Whenever there has been a.showing made  sufficient lo warrant the making of  a road, there has been no delay on  the part of the government in proceeding with the work.    Many out-  " siders who have visited our district  have remarked about our roads and  the good condition of the same, say-  , ing, al the time, that' the miners  and prospectors on the other side' of  the line did not receive nearly so  much consideration.  , (.Special to Tine Claim.)  From Victoria Daily Times ot  September iSlh.���Hon. Dr. I-I. E.,  Young, Provincial Secretary and  Minister of Education, has been  proffered the honorary degree of  I/. 1,. D., by the University of Toronto.' Hon. Dr. Young, will accept  the honor,thus conferred upon him  and will endeavor lo be present upon the occasion named for the conferring of the degree,, namely September 26th, al the inauguration of  President Ealconer. , ,  This morning the Hon. Dr. H. E.  Young, received a message from  the Toronto University acquainting  him with ihe fact thai he was to receive the degree. It was as follows:  "Hon. H. E. Young,���The University of Toronto desires to confer up��  on you the honorary degree ol L- L.  D., at the inauguration of President  Falconer, on September 26th.  Please inform me if you can be  present to accept the degree.  Signed: J.-Brebner." The Minister of Education will accept the  honor. The offer of it came as a  complete surprise.  Editoriaily, the ' Times says;���  "We congratulate Hon. Dr. Youug,  Minister ot Education, on the honor  Toronty   University   proposes con-  K*��W*&&*>**^**P&>H*M^^  IN. C WHR  Ciroccries and 'Provisions'  Fresh Fruit and. Vegetables  will, arrive  by   every boat.  The Iron Store, First Street.  POOL   ROOM  GOOD   STABLING  THE GOLD   HOU8E  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.   ���  JOHN ROMBORO&^H, PROPRIETOR.  J. A. Frascs,  gold commissioner,   Erring upon him.    Toronto's hou-  has recently returned from a visit to  the. Porcupine country.    He reports  very favorably   on   the  outlook   of  . thing's  iu  general  in   that section.  The miners have  been   prospecting  there, some of them,   for nearly  ten  years, and have been   badly   handicapped by not   having a good   road  into the   mines.      For a distance of  about   fifty   miles it took forty odd  days   to  pack   in  a  season's grubstake.    Fighting against such fearful obstacles as this and staying with  the work as they have   deserves only the highest praise.      These   men  must have  an   abiding faith in   the  country,   aud   surely   they   deserve  all the  assistance  the  government  can give them.      A. road is now under construction into the mines from  Pleasant  Camp,   on the  boundary,  which will connect with the American  wagon  road  now   under way.  This will be money well spent, and,  as it applies  there so it docs t6 the  district at large.  The prospector is the first man in  Ihe field and he must be helped else  the country never amounts to anything, and the best, surest and  quickest way is to build trails and  roads, this is Ihe first and most  essential move, and we are very  p'eased to see that the government,  through our member aud the gold  commissioner, recognize this fact,  and act accordingly.  orary degrees are not idly bestowed.  In the case of Dr. Young, the degree of L- L. D. will be most worthily bestowed. By- the exercise of  his conspicuous talent and energy  the Minister of Education has rapidly reached one of the most prominent positions in ihe gift of the people of the province. He possesses  the confidence in a most unusual  degree of his political opponents,  who recognize in him an administrator whose dominating desire is to  conduct his important department  iu such a manner as he believes to  be for the advantage of the province."  Certain Vancouverites, who seem  to have no work to do, are talking  of going with guns to drive back  the next batch of Japanese immigrants, who, under the treaty ot  commerce and friendship specially  entered into, come lo this country  to reside. This sort of talk is mischievous iu the extreme. It might  be well if the wise neighbors of  those who indulge in it persuade  them from a course that only fools  could think of.���Hamilton Spectator. We wonder if the Spectator  would change it's sentiments if  5,000 Japanese were quartered in  thai cily.  Konkad Wawrkcka, Managkr.  Brewers   of Lager Beer  attest Porter,  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  &&��&&&&  fcfc8J&S%'fc^.ff^J^fc��>'fc��^jfcPS ���9&&M  &&*.**��&*&&.&&��&:&:��  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  The Bar is supplied   with   none   but   the   best brands of Liquors  aiid Cigars.    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  Somebody has said hate is love-  turned iuside out,  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICtSf WINES, UQUOKS AND CIOAKS CASE GOODS A   SI'ECIALIY.  t\  Corner Pearl and First Streets,  ! Atlin, B. C. &  AT.LIN,- B.. C���. SATURDA-y;. 3l(i-T. 22,   3^7,  Put the Biame   on  the Parties  ,    Responsible.  With regard to tlie present ruili-  Asiatic agitation a noticeable fact in  the speeches and writings of sonic  of the foremost men iu the movement is an attempt lo place the  blame of the influx upon the provincial 'government. In many cases  this is done' through ignorance ���  gross and inexcusable'ignorance al  that. In other cases, the speakeis  and writers are known to get their  inspitation from Ottawa,, where the  successful and prosperous administration of provincial affairs by Mr.  McBride and his colleagues of the  British Columbia goveninjenl is regarded with great and growing dissatisfaction and apprehension.  The plain facts of the case are  that for many years the passage ot  what is called Anti-Mongolian legislation has been almost as regular  a feature of each session of the Brit-  . ��� ish Columbia" legislature as the  opening and closing ceremonies of  the House. And in every case such  legislation has either been promptly  disallowed at Ottawa, or the-Lieut.'-  Governor, acting under instructions  from Ottawa, has refused his consent to the bill.   .  No   amount  of. cheap talk from  orators who are making a living out  of the  easy  and  foolish public by  "championing  the  cause  of white  labor"   can   alter   these   facts,   and  this paragraph   is   written in  order  that the people of British Columbia  may not have the   wool   once  more  pulled  over  their  eyes   by   the increasing number of gentlemen who  skillfully avoid the necessity of soiling their   hands   with   honest work  by howling  for  the  rights of labor  and getting paid for doing so.    The  provincial government  is as strongly in favor of white labor as any organization of labor in the country���  much more so than   the Trades aud  Labor Council, if that latler body is  to be judged by its actions in regard  to   the   proposed   Salvation   Army  immigration scheme.     But the provincial government cannot over-ride  the federal government.    And what  the federal  government  iays  goes.  Everybody   knows   that...   All   the  provincial government can do is to  foster the immigration of white labor, to encourage   in   every way the  influx of our own race  into  British  Columbia.    This it has done, and is  still doing���-and   finds itself blocked  at every turn by the very men   who  are now yelling because a few Sikhs  and  Japanese  are. coming in to fill  up   the   waste   places   which  they  have refused to allow our own flesh  and   blood  to   enter.���Editorial  in  the B. C. Mining Exchange.  This   world   is   enriched  by   the  good more than by the clever.  "Liquor is the curse of' Alaska,"'  said Ardeacon Stuck, of the Alaska  Episcopal Missions, iu an interview  at Seattle. "The Indian population  is being debauched, aud not one of  ihe officials 'will move a finger to  stop the outrage. Tlie law is there  aud provides penalties lor all crimes,  but with the tetter you must have  .the spiiit as well, and thai is lacking in ihe Northland:"    :':    ''���'    *  No'doubt the good man is very  sincere in what he says, but, iu the  the!sauie breath lie might have included the world at large. , Alaska  has no particular cinch on the  'liquor curse.' He goes on to say,  "the Indians arec being debauched,  aud not one of theofficials will move  a finger to slop the outrage." The  latler part of the statement we do  not believe. To say there is not  one. conscientious official in ��� the  whole of Alaska,is rather a broad  and sweeping statement, even for a  bishop. It is anything but flattering to the administration.  Is the reverend gentleman posted  on the pros and cons of 'the Indian  and the.whisky?! Far back in the  early-history of this country, when  the Indians out 11 umbered the whites  by hundreds to one, a wise regulation was made restricting the red  man from having liquor. The  reason is so evident to enlarge were  a waste of words. Even at that, in  spite of the law, he got 'hootch,'  such as it was, aud celebrated in the  orthodox manner. Times have  changed. The white man outnumbers the Indian, yet the regulation  remains the same, and, as before,  the Indian gets his 'firewater,' only  he gets more of it and gets it easier.  There are more white men to supply  him.-  Why not treat the Indian as any  other resident? Any man coming  into Canada, be he a Chinaman, a  Jap, a Hindu, or some dirty, low-  down, vicious specimen of the brow  beaten and down-troddeu races of  Europe, may buy whisky. But the  poor Indian, the Canadian pure and  simple, oh, no, he must not (by  law) have it. Does it not seem a  farce? Give the Indian a chance to  buy a decent brand of Scotch, Irish  or Canadian rye, instead of having  to pay three prices for 'rot-gut,'  made out of tobacco juice, alcohol;  red ink and pain-killer thrown in to  tone it up.    Is there any wonder he  goes  off his   bead  when he gets a  few 'jolts',of it?    It would drive the  white man clean crazy in no time.  Don't think for a moment we  want to make all the Indians drunk-  arks. Far from it. We can?t say  we are particularly 'stuck ou 'em,  yet we think they are just as much  en tilled to their liquor as anyone  else. And we have seen Indians  right iu town carrying what seemed  to be 'a pretty fair one,' better than  many white men.  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  kh a own; ^.tuessei) mje.a.ts  Livva^fiicuuMUtn  aKJwawvti  POULTRY  OF,ALL  KINDS,  Dressed to .Order.  GI1H.IS.  ^OTJIjTCER,   MANAGER  THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  .Through   Line   from   Skaguay   to   Atlin,   White  Horse,' Big-  Salmon,-  cDa\vson and all intermediate points.  Finely  appointed trains dai-yi except Sunday,  between Skaguay, Caribov  and   Whiteriorso.   Cssrry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and  Express.  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS!  No. 1.���North Hound. I  No. 2.���South Bound.  Milium. Lv.      SKAGUAy"     Ar. 4.30p.m.  2.10 ii.in. Ly.      CAlilHOU      l<v. 11.50 u.m.  '      4.S0 p.:n. Ar. WII IT I! IIOUSK Lv. 9.30 u.m.  TIME   SCHEDULE    LAKE   STEAMBOATS :<���  f.*'t��vo CAIlll'.OD IS p. in. Mondays, Arrive A'l UN !> u. in. Tuesdays.  "             "            !i p. in. Thiii'bil-iys, "    '       "        !) a. in. Fridays.  "   '      l.ouvo ATMN n p. in. TiK.-Rdn.vs. Arrivo CA.KIROU 7 u.m. Wednesdays.  "          ���'"     A p. m. l'Vidnyn,         ' " '.'    '        7 a. m. Saturdays.  150 pounds of-biigrsnfru will be checked free with each hill faro.ticket and 75 pound  with each half fare i-.ickot.  ���Passengers must lit; ut depots in time to have IiasS'iffe inspected and cheeked.  Time Schedules are subject to change without, notice.  B~0^   Baggage   Bonded  Through.  For information  relative  to  Pan-sender,  freight,  l-'xpress and   Telegraph   Uatoa*.  apply to any uircnt of the Company or to  o  A. L. REUDOE. (Jen. Slgr., J.  LIFSCOMBE,       TRAFFIC  .MANAGUK.  ���Vancouver, Ii. (J., and Agent, Atlin. Vancouver, U. C.. and  Skn-ftiay, Alaska. Skaguay, Alaska.  IRON   PIPING,   STEEL   AND   BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE..  STEEL SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  Storks in Atmn and Discovery.  -<�� O <?/>-��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��-o ������������������������������������<  Successors  to  J. HI. Richardson.  LATEST STYLES IN GENT'S FURNISHINGS  DRY GOODS, CARPETS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS,  GOLD SEAL HIP GUM BOOTS AND SHOES,  FULL LINE OF MINERS GLOVES AND MITTS.  Stores at axon and discovery.  ���>-*-���-"���"���-$- ��-��-���-���-<  Y(h  JOB PRINTING AND COMMERCIAL' WORK.  CARDS, POSTERS AND HAND BILLS ��* -���>  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  . .   THE CLAIM  OFFICE:.  -m-ttuuiiw  BUMHSBUfltiaa ATLIN,    B. ,C.     SATURDAY,    S2JP.T .21, 1907.  Arrivals per Str. Scotia.'  Sunt.  17th,���Dr. L. S.'Kcllcr, M.  IX ('.ague, Miss Josie Smith.  _ ... ^.,^,^_ ��� ���.  For the' luost comfort find every  xnrxlern convenience stop at Hotel  Dewey .wben in Skagway. Rates  moderate.  - The amount handed over to the  hospital board from tlie steam shovel  benefit dance was $71.25, instead of  $70.25 as reported. Our mistake.  Further donations are acknowledged from T. W. Sag'eimi;- $5 00, and  E. L. Pillmau $2.50.  Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Mobley and  Blaster l-I-.itry left last Thur.-duy  niorninir for the north end of Atlin 1  lake, on the steamer Blair Alhol,'j  for a hunting' trip. They intend  being away about three weeks, and  are loaded for everything in the  way of game from grizzlies to musk-  rats, the arsenal comprising th'ree  lieavv caliber rifles and a 22'.  Pint  /���?**��  lit  DISCOYMliY,    13.  C.  KIKST-tll.ASS DINING   R<;OM  Goiju ci,i:an HOO.MS  ONLY   TILIi    IJl-.riT GOOJIS  USUI) AT 'I'll!;", H.YIt. ���  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor.  Canadian . Pacific .Railway Company..  iiimmk ii 11111 am* ii uii yii ibiiii 11 ��� 11 an 11 m 1   imii'ii  Hamilton   &.   Duric,  Proprietors,  rC  amwf&Wu'U  'es  In the matter of the estate of  Samuel O, Whedock,  deceased, intestate; and ihe  Official  Administrators  Act.  S2��9  Discovery.  OPJCN  DAY AND WIGHT.  1-USSTAl.TRANT  Under liniirel.v New Mnuiii;enioul.  lletidinmrtois  for Dixon's suitio.  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. & A. M.  No. 12,0. II. H.G.  Hernial' eominuuiea-  . tious lieli! on the lirst  Thursday of each incuitli hi 1 In; A. O. U. \V.  Hull, Thin! Street.  Visit int. brethren c.ordiullv invited  Tho next rt-frnlur communication  will  be  helil on Thursday, October :ir,l, at T.'.iU p.m.  Hy order ol' the W. M.,  C. II. lK'LM'NE. Skchktahy.  .  r>-Ckr*EW sr* j-^t.*. *Utrzjx*m.v*:t wzs ���bsm��i-*ju-2V*j1��h ��*?��� *vetB^t3u\.a**3mxaaa\r  ."N'OTICli is hereby given that by  an order made by His Honour F.  McB. Young, local "Judge ol the  Supreme Court of British Columbia,  at Atlin. ou the 131)1 day of vSep-  ieiuber, 1007, the undersigned was  appointed administrator of the above  estate.  All persons having claims against  the said estate must send-same properly verified to the undersigned on  or before the 15th day of October.  7907, next ensuing, after which the  administrator will proceed to distribute the assets cf tlie said estate  taking notice only of such claims as  have been by that time properly  verified.  W. ]���;.  FISHFR,  Official Administrator.  Atlin, B. C, Sept. 13th, 1907.      05  /~\  BARBER SHOP.  V'iKJJ   HIIM'XD.S,    I'KOI'.  BATHS  FIFTY CUNTS  5'rivato IJutrauce for Ladies.  SUMPTI1  5-? rs  0.4 iJo  Tlie undersigned having been restored to health by simple means,  after suffering for several years with  a severe lung affection', and that,  dread disease Consumption, is  anxious to make known to his lei-  low sufferers the means of cure.  To those who desire it, lie will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  copy of the prescription used, which  they will find u cure, for Co.wwmi*-  tion, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis and all throat aud lung  Mai.adiks. He hopes ail sufferers  will try bis remedy, as it is invahi- '  able. Those desiring' the presciiu-  tiou, which will cost them nothing,  rind 'liny' prove'a blessing, will  please addrc-;  il^v. Edward A. Wiisoii,  Brooklyn, N.Y.  Synopsis ol  Ccimiflian  llomesteoil   Regulations.  A NV available Dominion Lands within  UZJs. tile Uailway licit in i'rifish Columbia,  imiy be homestended by any pcri-on who is  tlie solo head of n family, or nny initio over IS  yea's of aire, lo the extent of one-cinnrter  section ot liiO acres more or less.  l'ntry must bo made personally at the local  land oliiiie ior the (listriot in which the land  is situate.  The homesteader is rmniircd to perform  the conditions connected therewith under  one of the follov.intv plans:  (1) At leas-t si>: mouths' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in cut-It year fur three  years.  (2) If the lather (or mother, il' the lather is  deceased) of the home-tender resides upon a  lui-ii-' in tho vicinity of the land entered for.  tin; rce.uiramenis as lo residence may bo  -iitislseil by sin.-h person rosidinp; with tho  father or mother.  Oi) J f thy settler lias his pcviiiuiicul residence 11 [ton l'armintr land owned by hint iu  the vicinity of his hoineMead, the reciuire-  ments as to residence may be satisfied by  residence upon the said land.  Six months' Holier- iu writing should bo  llivoit to the'Jouiini-i.sionor of Dominion Lauds  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at :?1'>per acre  for -toft coal and -?20 for anthracite. Notmore  than 'MO acres can be actiuirod by one individual or company. Royalty at Ihe rate of  ten cents per ton of i:,U00 pounds shall be collected on the K''ost> output.  \V. \V. (JURY,  Deputy of the .Minister oT the Interior  N\ I'..--Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be piiivl For. jyil-'hii  NOTICE.  To The  Hon.   the   Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works:  I hereby make application to ���purchase lor 'townsite purposes a piece  of ground beginning at the N. Iv.  corner of the Wynlon lowusite  thence in a northerly direction a  distance of about 600 feet to the  boundary post of British Columbia  and the Yukon Territory thence  westerly 1,500 feel thence southerly  about 600 feet to the Wynlon town-  site thence east along said townsite  Hue! in i.h':..- piac-i.' of beginning.  Fi.l  j.   RROri.X.  Wytiton, B.C., July. 23th, 1907. ss8  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  'riracess  C2-1D  Haw' ��a--o  ���   Sailing rrom Skagway 8p.m.  Direct 'to Vancouver  and Victoria.  Transporting by rail or steamer to Seattle without, extra charge j  Wo -iivc (illicit servieo.     No intermediate calls.  to r. r.  vv  A trout. .Sltntovay,  servieo.     No intertnedialc calls. TJ1     ~rf     "V7C 7 '    T 1  IPor rates or iurormatiou apply to    JL .   JL .      VV .    J^UVv Itj  <$>�����-���-��-��-���-��-��-���-���-��-������-������-���-���-��-�� ��� * ��-��-��-��-��-��-g)�� ������� �� ��^-��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��'��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��s!)  >rp  COLUMNS  Placing be-fore the public  the many advantages of  the district is the object of  ���*i'50Ct<&'o<&-a*Q<��a<s>ct'&ctQ-'S-cco ^'o:4-'o:v.^oe-'o:*o:-���'C'^<:'<^C'*o.<&'o^:o<t>o.-6-  ���ffi^D*.O*0^O-&K($f3*.O*O'&O*CLO<>Ct<>.O^C��^O*O'{>O*O*<:��<S>O��'O<��'C'<  This cannot be  success  fully accomplished without the generous support of  the  business  people and  the residents.  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  ���-��-*-��-O-��-*-0 ������ *-*-+-*-*-<> ^.-��-��-*-*-��-��-��-��� (J>  .t.vnjt.r ^...mh.'nv  B'MWMMMHMUWMIVWMW OWWlMA��lUnni,  Why sbnii out wiikn voi; can oet ooods ab chi-aI' UKttn.-   '  Atlin, Nugget and    Grspe   Rings  anil all Itinds of  Jewelry niauii  factitred on tho premises.  Kino   New  Stock   of   Watches,   Clod's,  Jewelry   and   Diamonds  Watches from 4>fi.0U up. Atrents for Colunibia (>rainophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  .E-fiGERT k SON,; at..ik an,, d.scovkkv, -..���"  Watchmakers and-Manufacturing Jewelrs.  i  Safety Deposit Vaults  1\  ,tl

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