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 tarn  J| ��� ." -:   jgT ,      p    ;ffl ''7  ff��� 7R&     .  I  (As;'  :VOL.A2<57  a^i^^b.,^  N(  .4237  ^g��^^^EM0&  7 A A(; B u dge t (of (Inter est i ng Hews  -���'AAFiom^anYAQuartefSA:'-:;:  777 'AA'"A  TRi'i'i}'aV. to TiiiV-AtjA i.M.l:;;; -���";' 7';  7 C11 ica gb7 (Sc p t;.;:; 2 6'.'.���. A;';' rel i gipu s;  7-sectknbwhasu  ,. l3een7practicing -soaVe7.of.!;theA,most  ; "7; ba barb Visv7-ri 1 es"7a u d'' (_ ce r einbn ies/a t  j-ZibipAGitjA'-AOne/idldj.u'b  -'was"crippled7 with: :rheuma"tism: was  7 tortured//loAdeath/A-Several;.melu-  7 bers;of iheorder/are under:arrest7:77  A.AQnebec^Sept. A6.^At.'ih;.eua1uii'}'  -into the cause "of tlie -'recent-bridge  a disaster itwasAiestified/ihat7Ei*gin-  .. .ee'r.Yenser,' who',was: in   charge, of:  'construction;!A disregarded-;--_iiis.truc-  ;;tious,he:;had received;tpstbpAvbrk;;  A;Ottawa;A3ept.726.^  7 govern ment .will send a com mission-  -.-.'���;er.-ito( Japah to i 11 vestigate,/t be cavise  A;of;the;:recent7ve,r\'.large^Asia.tic.i.iu-  A migration'.:'.'."A PremierA Laurier'Ahas;  Agbiie(.'Hb "Toronto to AatteiMAa;ban-  A'-qiiei-:ofA.tlie'.A:Gdiiadiair'AManufact.iir--  - ers'/Association.���������'.-.' ;  7 >'''������ Y:���  (Vancouver,������'���;- Sept., 726.���R. 'L;  Borden, thevConservative leader in  'the'IJominidn - lfbiise,; :is a gviest of  -the Canadian Club. 7.7. Pie, addressed.  a large /political(meeting; here last  Tuesday night.  ./Kingston, 'Jamica,.'. Sept., 26th.���7  Tlie Chinese and the .Syrians are  arriving in very.large numbers and  are over-running" : the island. The  government .is" being petitioned to  stop it.        A; ������:������ a"  "..; Vancouver, 7Sept. . ,26.���Instructions have been issued to all steamship and transportation (companies  that no Japanese- will  be .admitted'  '. lb; Canada, unless', they.; carry .pass  ports/made specifically to Canada.  ���-���..Denver;'- Sept.,;26 ���The difference between the western railroads  and the: trainmen have been ���.settled  by an, increase of $5 per,month 011  all roads west'of the Missouri river.  This has also been granted to yardmen. ,-���-.'���  Ottawa, Sept. 26.,-���Bread has advanced to twelve'cents a loaf. This  is the highest price that has been  paid for, the 'commodity for over  eight years.  Seattle, Sept! 26.���The body nf  Mrs. Covington was found in a  trunk on the beach. She was formerly a Miss McComb, of Vancouver. There is no clue to the perpetrators of the gruesome deed.  Valdez, Sept, 26.-���Armed forces  ou the Guggenheim* railway shot  at and wounded six surveyors and  workmen of tlie Alaska-Nome Railway. They were fired on -from  ambush. The citizens are talking  of lynching.  Victoria, Sept. 26.���Three Americans hunting game at Cowichan,  tried to evade tlie law by each taking out a miner's license. Each  was lined  $50  and  costs and  then  (made tb purchasea hunter's license:;  ;:;7;Ivb:idoniASeplA;26;--TSirATI"dmas  Lipton is-bitierij* disappbhitedAbv'er  the '���; failure, of;;ihe(New;Ybfk:AYacht'  ClulytdTcccpAAliis (challcnge.;(AThe  reason (lias not been nuide/piiblicA..;;.  A Madrid ASepi."^  liave'baiisedAnHiciiV^destriictibnAof,  live/anda property -atA Malaga. A ;So  far thirty;rd��alhs1vave:beeh Aeported  ,aiid ;thousands(of.people(;hbmele^!?.(A  - - ��� T! 1 e Al 1 - Red ( Li n <A sell erne as .out-:  lined/by (Sir. Wilfrid /LaiiriefAat, ihe  (Imperial (.Confei.eu^  dorsedby the British; governm.eiitA,,-;  7 -Chicago, ASept.726^���-Voliya,A,.the  .iiian ;who; was('��� 1 ns.trumehta 17iii,.hay',;  iug:D.cuyie.7iinseated)7lias.;w.ithdra\vn  from the(iightA :('plie(affairs; of; Zion  -are in the'hands of, a (receiver. A; ���"  :7ACar'rie;NationAAvtibAwas7recently.  condemiiecl 7 tb'(the; ''workhbiise';; ifbr  trying: to 7,deliver ; an Aaddress; from  Ihe (steps '..'of.(the; capitol/(was released  on a friend ;payiiig;.a:-fiii^7A A'������Av-:>(-  Local and General-News a  A t ,'IAiku lasfSunday Jack' Perry's",  ca bin and con ten ts were . coiisu ui'ed;  by.-;-'fir'e'.',.7--J.!)stx-ho\v'.th'e conflagration  started";no oiie7,'khows,7.but/Mate.  Smith .says lie. thinks, .it; was.caused  by a pot of beans boiling oyer. Tt's  a ne.w.theorj', but it" might be, good  for (all that.   -A ,        "A A-A '7 a ,.(;::'-(;  Oper at ions cm Ruby ha ve ceased  foi* the. season 1907, as far as. the  Ruby Minitig; Partnership is concerned.' ...This;company has made a-  very good showing during the (time  of operation. (-There i are rumors of  a sale being made, but those directly interested, are; the .'only people  who are acquainted ; with 7 the -;��� facts  oftlie7case.(, 7 ;7 7/: .'AA (7.7:7./;::";   With .^reference7-to   the   present  open season for Beaver in "the northern ���.portions of the province,  which expires in November next;  the government have decidedAiotto  allow the'same;-- It will, therefore,  be/illegal'tb take Beaver in any part  of British-Columbia after the first  November next, until first August,  1911. The government have taken  this matter up "and are determined  lo do all in, their power lo prevent  Beaver from being"interlcrrecl with  iu any way, either by trappers or  Indians.  Last Saturday afternoon Captain  Alexander essayed to swim from  the Pearl street wharf lo the first  island, a distance of about 1,000  feet! It was a plucky but unsuccessful attempt. The wind was  blowing strongly at'--lhe liiue and a  very high-sea was running, these  combined carrying the Captain out  of his course. The chances are,  however, he would have made the  island but for his swimming costume sagging down and almost completely hobbling him. J. Cartmel  and \V. P. Grant, who were following iu a canoe, picked the swimmer  up after he had been thirteen minutes in the water.  A/McDonald'sAGrocery/ Anakes/^a  specialty of" fresh eggs(;aiKl:':butter.  ..,;.ATpilet (Soaps(at reduced;:; prices.,--^.  .C;.(R;7BPvinie: a, aV (((��� /"A'((A;'.n:_(A7  A:?l(Veslr Fruit and; Vegetables com-  ing;iii"pir:every bbatA-E^LAPilhnan.;  YFpr alcoholic catarrh(;tr)7a(2ymole  Trokey. A Get.! em'a t;;Brpu r 11 e' s..'��� '-.'���'::  (;;;Just in,' new-assortment: of Glpkar  and/Eetersoh pipes:���-C.R(/.BO\inie.  7 AEdwvAV/iIk.lnsonyAsurye'yor'Acame.  iii ,bu(Tuesday's"(boat("7 (y;;vA.; ; /7 a  .!'AMessrs-( ;Brown;i;(;I,itle(.(audj7Eric-;  son, of; Birch ,:,5! have closed 7.down  after,a.;yery(7successful7season:^7A;7A7  /'(The vsleamer- Scpiia (oh: Th ursdaj':  brought; U17twenty-six Aidhs :pf7liay  frpiu; C. Ba Cole's ranch'. A(777(7 A    (,(  77 The (Cemetery Fund" has beeiAin-;  'creasedby: a/doua,! ioni of: $2750 (from  :Jack('Ki rkja fid A: ;,a ((;A;A;(:(A;.: ��� _ (,A A;(-) ��� (A  ���-;.���(:Atiit'i Afoik / extend AadieartyAAvel-  cbme 7'tb AMrsl7Ghris..AD6elker7 aiid:  :Missv::BertlKr;"Dbe(lker7"-bh"their re-'  turn from/an extended -'visit-> to" the  outside. ���-��� :.;77  :' On Tuesday/'Alight (last ,at(;7the  regulTirmeetingpf-the Arctic. Brbth-  erhbpd,: atTDiscovery/zMessrs: ;F. E.;  Litleatid Clarence Sands were successfully guided over the -pass'; and.  put in: possession bfthe grip and  password ��� that (will- ensure them; a  hearty 'welcome , all over .this great.  Northland. (; Nomination;of;;"officers  took;place..- :...Installation will (be on  Tuesday, (0(ctpber the.Sth.,  7. ���'.'��� ���.:-..'. -  .7 ���'  .A ���'���" ���&���'���<   -' '"'������ '" :'   ' ���'���"  It;was, rumoredA'some time���.'���'.ago'  that all the 'figliting'booze' iu the  Camp had been consumed, but,  judging*Afro m rumors,' there must  have: been a bottle of. two still in  stock.; There are so"many different  kinds, sometimes the dealers/get  mixed. There is sleepy' booze, crying -booze, athletic booze, sentimental booze, singing booze, and fighting booze; and the worst of these is  fighting booze. It turns foe to  friend and friend to foe.   .Beware!A  '������'.''I .'ArrivaisAper-Str.; Scotiav  /(;;SeptA23rd(~lA F.'SciiarschiriidrA  'R7X;'S,urties;((J.(-EA;Fbx.A.:AA;A  (A S_3ptA27AAEdw7 Willciiisbn, Mrs.  G.;.Dpclker,A(Miss; Bertha,/ I^oelker^  W:;(H-.A (Slia^y,(AK" J..( AHtitchihsbn,r  Commander AUgopd:and;wi!eA( A(/:(a  A/Hp tel /Dewey, (_S k a g,\y a y.W-Ra tes,  'to(suitAeverybody.;    Electfic7Hghts,A  electric'bells;; steam' heat.-Freebus.  Everything /modern.A      "--(V/a'-A-AA'A  :Re7rFrails7and:(Brids:es.  Tuesday morning about four Atlin was visited by quite an earthquake. A great many of lhe sound  sleepers did not feel the .shock nevertheless there was one. At Skagway it was also experience, though  a little earlier than iu Atlin. A  good shaking, up would not hurt  the district in the slightest, although  most people would vote against  an earthquake being a means to  that end.  . Miss Morrison, who has for several'months'past been matron of St.  Andrew's hospital, left Atlin lor  Vancouver on Tuesday's boat.  Miss Morrison's departure * was  rather unexpected. , There was a  large number at the wharf to say  'good-bye' to the/lady who has endeared herself to all who have had  the good fortune to know her. ' Tlie  good will and wishes of all go with  her.  (i'o.the/Editor: (/;'(;(((;- A'". A;;./-' 7,'/���'".. ((  //vSir(.---IAvouldbe much obliged- to  ;ypu,;as(:Ahc/ winter   season;;;is((now,  approaching, if youAwill insert this";  letter (in ybu r, paper.':';(;-(        A .;��� -ai;'';(  a; Tcpnsider it is quite .time for" the  gencral/publicof A.tlin((to(aroiise":AP,  the-faet that; there,is a7gbod deal, of-^  foolish ;7;aild7useless :expendi.ture(gb-A  iiig bnA.Ih;'(ceftain /;favored7parts';'of7  ;the;district,;(bpth in buiiding bridges;"  aiid rOads, while(necessary and important work is apparently "being (  woefully neglected./ ,A     --/AAA77A-A,  _./ --We;,lta.ve..tb.erJ7ii,p; -'-iC-abin trail - -in 7  the district where at least fifty .tons ''  of7fTeight7ahdra good .number, of  passengers' pass each (year. A At: the  present; time large willows;aiid,rocks'  cover the trail.    Each (year we.have,  promises, (and'; those only.   . At the.  last election we were really assured.,  .bii.t-'.-'-iiothihg   has 7; been 7 doneA    1  would like to kiibvv the reason wh\'.,  in the favored parts, thousands.'have  been spent 6ii(roads' oil'which never'  a.Ion has, passed ,.;iu two years.     It ���  looks; like/a case  bf---you, and'.iy'biir'C  gang,vote for me and you will get a"  road. A' The" Log Cabin Trail  is ' en-v  titled to its share, of permanent improvements, owing   to   the fact that  there is so much forced travel-.   The  feeble   attempts which are made   to  bridge such streams  as the Tboshi  and   Otter ' rivers Aare"   ridiculous.  Bridged   at   low   water,   they wash  out   at   the slightest,rise.      In'the  spring and   tall it is a matter of im-  pos-.sibility   to-use   this  trail unless,  one swims the  streams  as the mail  carrier was forced  ta do last Siiriug.  A Some two years ago our respected government sent a man to permanently stake the trail, but, judging from appearances, lie must have  lost his bump of location. An endeavor should be made to stake the  trail over the ice at lhe earliest opportunity, before snowfall. The  last I wo years the trail has been  staked towards the latter part of  January. " We look to see a vast  improvement this year or we shall  .want to know the reason   why.  JOHN KIRKLAND.  "J'is the same yearly cry; , Short  of help to recover the grain crop of  Manitoba aud tlie Northwest. Several thousand men have left tlie  East and still more are needed. I  ���a  Al*trN;;^B;;^  ' iTSX-i ������������ 1, , o o 7 ������������������ .A? t! 7:���:���>;���'".  J' ������'  '"Al'^A'  Af-P^f' j:-^5;i-a?'n7  A-il ii��iy ���iifeai-fiii-.-Wl^ililJiiT.iic,  ���TMli ATLIN CI.Aiiil ,�� Put'Jiiiira.Ata. -At'Jk^m'  ':. ;     mohnihg.    Mr-.iLtn   thce ',ro   /.r.Y   i'AriT ervri.r:  w-miCo roil 5(7 i;ni!T&   i'tfi month  a "hi v. 'm or e'i n7 ihe ;sh ape; of ah u udred  fee I ' "p r ',;.�� A o lv si i af t:; si vi k-i i- g 7A u u;iel -  driving, or "cross-cutting has,/.;been  done;;..   ;The /ore'; looks ,:wellA and  '���>;:;i:;;i ion :  nViA.I.M./'l.'M  rt nine. MOTirrs,: ih-cCM'^ a l '  ON  ' AI-rilCCTlOH. ���  A - ..!!">E;PK!MTi.N.Ci : - y-,  .-oiil-iicAds. :      '    L t-c^thhs,    , ";viciTimV oMms  .., rTTrn.jirr.n-., .     1-noc.rt.Vftiw.-.,     i:r'r.., r.rc/":'  pi'iKiHs/FnoMprt.-': lA'-'cilTEc.   /'7.  7. 7-  ��� /������.-, r-rticrr. rMtjDE.iAT:;, .  '���'��� Thkati.ik (;!..MM.;Pt;]ir.i,'jni:vt! (Jo.,- Ltd.  ~*"-~--;r--"'/--;"; - ..;';"-���;;-���;���^/ -.-.���.......-.. .........  .... ...  Oh.vkt.-'ks ';..'.Ci'Jijjis."���"'���'���- ;; KA'ToiiA-A:-AA;;;  *<An. AiWr;ir}**iMo(i,ftf��:^  shown iu): favorably, .the/important  question of transportation is.not too  difficult, of solution AaBuI-the/ owners are poor men. 'A /ThcyAiaye (not  the hieans to (Open   iiptlieif proper-;  lies aiid:':provc7.lhem,   goo'd'as they  belic'vethe claiinsHobe.; AlMiey: ask-  foi;   en pit al("lhey;:7iiileresi : the' local  paper, to  apperd'.; for",capital,'Athey;.:  liroolaihvAi'ar; aiKl'-AylcleAlial(capital  is the poly (thing:, 'needed, to' make  ilieii7 "district ;-:ViyollierA;Bovi;ndary;  t h e i r, g rb n p( of clo ims'. a holhe lAGra n -  by..,,; "A n't 1,; si nee their ���.showings, are  undoubtedly ;good,; capital; presently  appears:--and isApromplly met with  the requcst'!thaA;it ��bpnd the claims  (or .a" large-.'.' sinuA aiid a; substantial  cashy-pay.iiieul-.'fd^  '  ''Alow, this isali wfbfjg.77 It" was  &��;:ip..?.��*^'**.'^^  .&' ���/ ������ ��� ��� ,   Y  ���;.���/ :���  -;,:   , - --;; .;������������ ' ' '.,/"������      ���'������-'���:��� ;-.-   '''��� ';      '       ���  :��� ".y  f  4i '���  f-  M  isss^-ji  ;:^��^  A(777:(:Apples 7'T.o Atlhi: i)isi'.��ic't.  (..A: .^TbeA ed i(lo A. oft b e. ��� 7R.l(C.(,:iYf in. i 1 1 g_  Exchange, of.Vancouver; is/accord-..;  A iugAto our opinion, a level-headed  (' writer. a He, hasAgood7:ideas7 and,:  (AWhat77is moi;e, : the'' ability toApnt  (them( 011 paper.7.;Werepriiit an.ar--  ������������',''tide-from his pen, hcariily endoi's-  ���'.(.",ing the sentiments(expressed (there-  ..���7.311,...���.at:., the same,, time.caUingAAbe  ��� attention: of/burreaders so Ihey may  --]*>eruse:for themselves.'- ((.:  A".; The out! y.ing - mining .'-districts 'of  British Columbia; are ail:;iirtbe(snrne  ,: Box; whatapplies to one applies/to  A(hll, AThereAm^  ..7 but it .will   never   be till the owners  :: ,of';pro5nectsAcome   down Aoff their  '-high horse and 'ask; a more reasbij-  Aable price for theif.properties; Ask,  ,, we might suggest-,--..what .would-be  I//  l^fiDtfcfenttA  ;��� ���?'-'���'���  i:'Y  ���SJ-.aa-  S?.A..'A  i* ���'  ;a,:E'resli{Pruit -ant^:"^^f^y^^^^  77A ���wTl(l//:;:arTive:((/iD  5'"'-.  ���&������  Y-: Y'YSY  ;.,7T.A ;-;.,7,g��./:  :,   ;//   -A/-   A, ^-Y'k,  //������/.;7:.::/. ./// ;���.:/���/. .Ar;A 7,7,'**/ ..  f'0/PSiY]Bi^Q0t^ ���:���: ^./  ���|A-A"'AAA77a'''77A"'AA:''aa7AAaAaa;a^ ,'"-A/-7'/7-;'//7/^-:  $-W��3<��Y$8BmaY Sim*��:;, ���  pool;ROOM v  GOOD   STAB LING  ::i��yf6(  uof a .business-like 'way ,bf doing  things' .when il was (the fashipiir������  and to-day it As no (longer tlie fasli-  ion. A From-Abe (earliest Adays; of  tepmrnerce,; AheAmair who bought; a,  .'"| jig in a ppkc",: li as bee n':"."regard ed  as a lbol.(, Aud(the/modern(caijitaL;  ist is (no-man's fool. 7 He; invests.his  money freely, where he thinks it.  will bring Trim'; good returns. /But  'ne is notgiving -money away.    He  ";I:)ISeO VBR(\A aB.: G. ������  THE-;(ApINlN'G-;. ROOM' 1S(;UNDER;: THE (SUPERVISION A, QF(  MRSAROXBOROUGHAA (GOOD:^^  ONLY :;TH(E:;BEST (QUALIT  7A:(7( "7" BA(KERY'7lI^:(C0NN  }.-ym.: Aair.' 7,nd ..]y*T$. .TrofiL.0i,!uay hail. from-New York or. Clric-  'their   iuveslment.    By (their in^.t-  a,00,.; Eo3to,; inslead af,from(0ld  ment   we-mean   the  time   and   'lie  money.'they .have lind  to spend in  gru!>-sfakes,   assessment   woik, etc.  There is very little hopes of/them  'ever   working   the   'property''themselves,. , beca'use-.-.they   have not tlie  ���-'necessary.-'capitalA nnd.  every; year  they .are   obliged   to   put   up more  money   far/ which,   in "many cases,  tlicy do not get an  equivalent as ;to  ascerlaining the exact value or. extent of tlieir holdings.     "A bird in  hand   is   wortJi. two in ^the/bush,"  and a few. thousand of ready cash, is,  in many cases.  Tetter than waiting"  for years to,sell a .prv/perty tivat may  after- a   thorough'.-test" prove to he  away -below  expectations; or, eve;:  il it does   prow:   good, the sum   obtained does not   compensate for   the  long wait.  o  "At   the   present-momem   when  Missouri, but.you have got to 'show  him' alt the same.    And, now   that  he   lias   been; educated -lo lhe fact  that   mining   is a serious, -scientific  commercial business,   instead   of a  happy-go-lucky, liil-pr-miss gamble,  you   cannot, make   him���'put down  good money on the off chance that,  a hole  i'u   a:few   feet of shiny rock  may" double .his annual ���.income.   He  wants to know inore than that. 77 ;.  "Give   the   capitalist a working  bond,With tlie,fust cash payment' a  good six or twelve months   away���-  and not a very   big   payment   even  then.   .You   meed   not   be  afraid,  Friend   Prospector.      If your claim  is   going   to   turn   out a mine,   the  capitalist tvill take up  his bond and  make his   payments as soon as due.  The  work   he  is  doing   011 ii will  soon tell him whether he lias struck  there.is every .<.yidi..:ice   that capital |.,, |nine or noL  ^ if he has, you will  i;, appnvi^blo  A'uix-c is .turning  to-j���cl . y,.l;r   good   money. .' If he has  n:>t, you know it, and the kuow-  kdgc has cost you nothing, whereas, I ml loi the Cfipilalisl's investigations under his   working bond,  vou  ���fob;  -  .   A    A   C ��� ..���.'.- .     i -':���.',        .'     .'  A (A Konkad Wawrkcka, ManagkrA "a  Bb����w��s��@ mF lii,ms��&sn B@��fi6Y :.astmt P(Essi^r  SMALL���'AND/LARGK ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  ^ENAT 'HOTEL ������'  ", lP:&l& &.&&:&��������& $*.&:9:S>2*&  ���OPEN DAY" AND;:NI&HT.   ^S>^- i���-  \v tnls the minc:s 'if "British Co!urn  b;,- as a.field i'or'iii'oiitable inw.d  ment, wh.cn exisiiiig mines ar-_ iu  creasing their outi'iul, old mines be  i:ig ro-oricnctl, ant! .new mines com  i;'>.'!.t, there are cor  ���..s wljich the own- j  : of.;''(.'Cls would -do !  iiind  The Bar is supplied   with   none   hut   the   best brands of Liquors  - and Cigars.    First-class Billiard  and  Pool Tables.      c>  'inducing tlieu' <:  t ���;:! circums'.iV.".  ess 'of likely j  weil io b';r��r in ;  \\-',i;::i ! bey ������'������  avoid.      W.    1/  11; ;.; i 1111:1 <; i 111 ���. :  ll.)-.'!'i.: iMi/j'Ai'.; ���'.::  d'-jvAiopm..'lll  'a/  mean assessmen  i miglit have gone ou for years, sink-  iing   yi.ur"'own   and   your   friends'  ����'-re:<"r-*'^t-rytf5^3'^^ '3;*v;-tfv.2y''��T'3'^^r<^  money   in. the   hope of striking an  ore body where 110 ore body existed,  certain" e'.Tc.!-;jY.aJ ,vju ,,aVR   had ,, fftir iS|l0Wf tlu.  ;''! ,nosl c;nx'!':ily .capitalist, will have had a fair show,  1 ,K:!' !o ,il" n5'"' j aiid you claim will have been fairly  *''>"..��� 01 pjfjve,^ whichever' way the result  turns  out.      As a man   of  honesty  ll'i puss  cl.iims 011 ivin  ������ !!/.'   writer ;ie  ami cmiui-ioii sense,, what more can  woi k) and perhaps ! you ask?  i;;i* ;.  ��I1E 1����AL  DIXOIM   &.   S'CHULZ,   Proprietors.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  9  CHOICEST WINES, lll'lll'K.'i AND Cit'AK  Corner Pearl and First Streets,  CASE GOODS A    SPECIALTY.  AMin, B. C.  A'  I  IS  ft'  g  &'  8.  I  I  ^8^^^'^^'^^^e'^s'<3'a'��'tfV3Vfi^"v5^ia'^j;(js3^ ^.s^^^/jyit^^^^'^^^^'a^ys^^'^'.is'ff'a^  n;.'W-arC!:ntnt:  amsam  MMUUUUtlim ^ATITNaAIV^  :7-:;:t-:We---'--a';fe-;-Aii;i,siM^''cdA^  ."'} foregoiiig jVciragraphs/i.A; oVir khoA'-  :    Ic:dge7:)l(;i7ce;j;.iiu: ������-,* ie.h camp' in 71 his  ,.p!0vii:Cy!,lvwhereAdevi.;!o;/mcut   and.  Aprdspci^tyA/is (being /.delayed" in'; a  :'������; 111 ost'ui; wise 111'111 nor by; the : iC! usaf  A o!7claim ovyiioiA;,..-..i.o'. :.dca| 7with Aiie  : :caintahilipy7.:A?A:ihiicii" ;ueL''dAexcept  V 01.1. llici.;'.l*;i.si;s...-df a cash ���:pnyii-ent: iir  .. ���'.';' advance .on ; (eye iy;Abond.A a The  ���claims a rt;;; goody, the7f of maiiourichy.  ;/ but t he,;ca_ntnIi-������' refuses, very justly/  (: niichiiuiviihllyAto [Vay^cHil: uioneyunA  '���" '* .1 if lie;;; k up ws(7 ;\vh aLAhe (is; gAttiugA���;  v; Ae':!*.ce,'Jt7fo.i*:^^  ��� .since theclaiin /owners;; will :not dp  A business "ouA'tliis^basisv;Athere ���'isa:  ���(dead lock, aiid the, whole ;cain [A is (a  '( loser.'' 77A -;'7 :'-,.: ../.AA'-Aa.a A;- ''���'((/���(;;  V; A a-We: b,a ve.:feferred ���:. to(this .sprt ,0f  A. thing ."before, Aind, tr.ust ��� ,comuiou:  .sense, business vie ws'/zwill 7p re vail ���  ' "very soon'.,; The:; working; bond/i-;(  '���A the. -.on ly. fa ir/a fid .commousense: way  "iii whichto deal :withA'iiideVelo"p-,d  7;or partially.deve!pj:>ed,,claim's..'-A(.;  <    :!This;A:article;:; Anight.have 7( been  A written Apr: the Atlin district so ..well  7:Aiii,d7:truly7d6es;it(expres(s;'lhe(;,exact  "slate of af_fairs/ei:isliugAin;:the;cann).  A;tpdayA/;";If 7 some ./property/:; owners  A('Ay:b.iiid,iag.i:'ee(t'6J  vwhatthey have been   asking capital  'might be induced to; lake hold.    All  we 'want is a starter-��� andlhen look  Out. ���/���:'���( A   ��� .  sent  AA77'   ; ���'. ."-.A  spaces 'for,:  puUintO slots'7ii7(diiferentr7]')arts;(of  the7machiue./;in this   manlier the  :   "   ..,.-: ���'.;: j. ���'��� ��������� ' '..��� . ���/������::���.   ....  insured can i'(-(a real AeHViielp "and  save;the expeu;;e of pi iuting, stamps  aiid,service. 'A;:;:,,,';';./ '.A.; (-7 77 ',/; ������:  ;7 /The. .preuuinuAcards .wo'ukl; be  10// bpad(|iiai(ters /(wiieiv 7;the  the;: current year/7 were'  filled'-vvithiuipressipusAiiade b\'Athc  staiiip:7 lii'acbihe. .7" If'fovind'olAtlie  .right; denominatioi'i../orA.vahie,71 lie  spacchu^the-year in (the: ledger ac-  "cou'iit-offlie/Ansiired/Avouldlie'siiu-  , ply. iii ilia lee!. ;A :(A hew (Cafd.sentAtO;  ,t!ie;(;.iiisufec| 7;:bii(A \y h ich ;A;\vou IdA be:  stated;: the (fact AthatA the;: premiums  (< 1 ue7fpr;ihe(r>ast:yearAvere all: paidA:  :���"' Under thisAscheme,Athe subject of  present (co'usidera tip u'j'it.is estimated:  that three;times/ theA usualAbenents  would .-be obtainable Ayi'th the absolute :secnrily ���'���'which; state(;,insifrahCe  .proyide"s./( v'aAA.AA^ ���a'iA7:_-Aa.v,.- a-.-.'a  e(;A( ERANK 7RICHARDSA J. P;:a;:;  Yahcpuvef,;Sept.,:9rT907A (' ;a /'AA:.  1>  ni  HE  lir-X.  ^MA��^^(M^^m  --T".' l'��r'"s "VY- t," i   t: ���-'" :  .  :^y<GJSYY,'TT>T'\Yr-~\ .T-'TT"!1 -A rno'  ���.aAoaaLAI A . ,y,VjL ,l:h:il:S..,.-l. fe>  (.:a;.aa;a'pou^^  '(;^OEi:R.ig;:A(i;X>E  ���(Type.; PHbunder's/Phault.  .<.���'.., (CORRESPONDENCE. :(  .-'���.��� \V.e do not hold;ourselves;respons-  ibie. for   the. .."opinions:expressed by  (our correspondents.  Collecting State'-;Life insurance  (Premiums by Machinery.  To the Editor:.','*. A    A-'  7 /Sir. -T-IfAwilL probably be in the  7 recollect ion ofyour readers tha A the  'Slate Life ���.Insurance '.Scheme which  I had the privilege of presenting to  the .Royal Commission of Life Insurance, at Ottawa, embodied a  'system of collecting, premiums by  insurance stamps,. The stamps obtained/, al post offices throughout  the'Dominion and cancelled with  the dale stamps. ; The7 administration of the new.department aud collection of the premiums is lo be so  easy and inexpensive that the;people will gel the greatest possible  ���benefit for their money.  Mr. Sydney Buxton, postmaster  general -of .England, stated in ihe  House of Commons, in London,  ���that lie was experimenting with a  stamp machine lo be sel up at the  railway stations and other public  places. It is, therefore, within tlie  range of possibility that the machine-may be adapted to this scheme  and That the premiums may lie collected by the aid of .-'lamping machines which may be'op-*rated by any  person-paying into the machine the  requisite coins:   ���ten cents, quarters,  '((This (7 is "the , ���stbfyA.bf Aa- Western  :iournal,::;aiid; goes to7show;howA;the  pppi:(newspaper((men;are sometimes  AH^agaiiist(i.t(AAA:A:7/7A/ 77 AA'.'aa';",..  ;.;���';.We begin the publication/ovAbe  Roccay Mountain Cyclone with :a  phew .diphpbicidlies; in A;ihe(:(.wayv;  The typephounders;' phrtim, -whom'  we (bought' our outphit phor this  priming pphphice phailed (to supply  us with;.;.a 113* e'phs' or cays, and it  will be phour or phiveweexs be-  phore We can hope phpr any. The  (mislaque was (not phouud out till'a  day or two ago. We have/ordered  the tuissi.ug letters, aiid will hci've, to  get along,((without, them: till they  come: 7 We don'tlique the loox ow  this variety "ov"spelling any better  thanour readers,, but. -. mist ax will  happen, in the .Best, regulated pham-  ilies, and iph, the.eph's"aiid c's and  x's and q's hold . out we shall ceep  (sound the c hard) lhe Cyclone  whirling' aphter a phashion till the  sorts are phor.warded. It is no  joque to us���-it is-a very serious  aphphair.-��� Ex.  lB^;/pSlSE::ill|&CT  Throuig'h7 Linp ; from A Skaguay,/ to (Atiin( (White 7 Horse,   Big-ASalmon,,'  '-/(A/;       7/(7: :;(>:.;( -::Dawso*vrind':aii'ihtsrmeciiate (points^  Finely.7.apVj'oiniect,.-ti**a:hs:'-d.EiiIyi;..esco  .' 7 and  Whitehorse. fCarry Passeogei's, SasgsQe, iViaii anci Express.A     Y  (((;:���   A:.?7,A.:T| [y-.-r;.: st HE D,ULE7;Q  7   .77 7 "'.-���' 7 :"';;: 7 77   7 /No'.' J.���'sort it tUmiiilV;,!  No'. 2.���;Soii'th Uounil." ;; :.   ; 7: ��� 7" .'A  7:;;:;7;: ./7:/.:::/: A:- ���' ,7 ; 79.tiO,;i.m. Lv.A/SKAGUAX:'; A;'.7A:Wi):iii/7;: A 77 7:     7;A/ A/7 AA/,;  "���-���'���'   r-r ;   .-'���'���' 2.10p.nv.i>v.���������. OAuinou : r,v.u.5c-v.ui.'7'/ -   . ;. ������.-���'--.  7/7 7;'/7,:;:-;:A/;;7A:/' ;:'-;-l-::5O.,i>^iiy'Av.:\Vinri(M-Hpi?SiiXv.':0:3O'u:iiyA;;;;X^  AAAA.7A.;--r7A;^j*w^  LiiavoCAtUBOU/n p. nu/AIoiiiia.VM,/.;   Arrivp A'J1/1 ">7!l ti. iii./J'iicstla.vs..  :7;;:;.   ���   /   :."    77     "///,,  "i:p7nV. 3'hiivs(h;ys, /    :   'V:      .   "       7!) H. Ml. .Vi'iilayK./  ������ ���������.'  A l.envo ATf.lN ,ri,p. hi,.:,.l'iH's(lii.vs,    ;  :    Arrivii;'O.-VliliTOU: 1 "a. iii.,\Vcilncac.lays. ' ,  ,.. .;,7...i . a ;,  ,; i' ,.,:;y5 p. in;���.Kviilays.:;;-.";/'���������./'//-A';''/://: ::A-'A:7'::77"'l> !��./Snturi.lays.;;; ,7 .7;  .;-������";���'-'     lfj()iiouiKlsiif .lmifi.riiKC.will lie <11i6<:Uod Tree \viUi eatilifiilTfai'd tiolccH aiiil 7i*r poiiart  with oachlialt^aije/tic'kot:. :77::    ';/.;: , 77- 7 '���:���: -���:���>      '���'������ ' Y::Y''.'.''���.. :'Y--Y:-Y  ,.7 ���.;Pa_sseiii3roi's-.tu list Jjb...111. lie pots iii timetci liuAvlloifjfasi- iiispc'i.'l(.'(l aiKl olicoliG'!.   .���.-.  ';,;      -Time Solietlnlt-B urn siulijctt to cluuit-o without, ntitii'c.   ;        7;    A     ���   A/   7   7  ���'������'"���'������: 7'7.    "���',���      ;  A ��S3~*.   Eaggsye   Bcrvdcc!AThi*ough. -    '-/A.-;,.:  /;,;.-.:7:.'.':   7.,. ������:���:. .'...;...-.vv���a /.: A-:/..:���....���.���, ./..,���,.���������,/; ���������77.., ���    A-/.:   .; ,7 ; ���A//./77.. O .������.';.���,...'. ���������  ������': iror iiirortiiaVioti  rclativn to  Pa.ssfoiijicr,'���.'.Fi,'eijrlit',.! Kspreiss' ami   Tolo;.frapli   .Katec  iipi'ly lo aiiyaifpn'c of tho Compitiiyoi- to       7 A  A.-17 UEIiDOK, .Geu.Mffi-.,  Vancouver, ll.'C.', H'tul  : Ska^'iay, Alaska.  J. LiFSCOiVSBE,  >��� ���..���. Agent. Atlin.  TliAFFIC   MAKAG.KH,  Vaticoiivcr, 13. C. and  Skttiftta.v, Alaska.  ��� .IRON   PIPING,   STKKiA/ AND 'BAR -IRON, A  ������'(L'a^d.vnamite-:and.'GEtiG-NiTE^.;'^^-^''-4;::;';;  ���  ���", gasottnk. ���;,',���/���:.���;���.'���  '-.���---.v;,s.i'jii3f-;;-sm  :b  The pretty housemaid was telling  the old, old.story of man's deception  ami tlie good mistress was compassion .itself "Well, my child," she  said, "you must write, lo lhe man  who lias done you this terrible  wrong, and lell him about what  has happened.'' "Oh, maAim,"  gasped tlie girl, "I hardly think I  know the gentleman well enough to  write to him.''���Nomad's Weekly.  The girls, God bless them! They  are strange creatures; they have  their peculiarities, don't you know.  When they are small they woirt go  into a parlor at night without a  light, because there might be a man  there, but when they get older they  won't   have   a   light   there because  ���;Vv:-:7;vv^:p;;-:-:---^����lilie*S'-  Storks in Atun and Discovury.:     ���  I  *Mm  -&���  j  ���>���*��� ���>-��.-��-4-��-,;-e.-<���?-~> ���>�����-* -j���*-��-��-*-4-5-��^t-*.'?, O<��-��-*-<-:<'-*-��-*>  1  p  "TT  ���Li  S11  JCCii  sa  'S   10  '1%.  J. H. Ric.hat'cison.  LATEST STYLES  IN GENT'S EURNISI-IINGS  DRV GOODS,- CARPETS,  HOUSE EDRNISHINGS,  GOAD SEAL IIfP GUM HOOTS AND SHOES,  .PULL LINI'  OE MINERS CLOVES AND MITTS.  Stot? A  S ATATLIX   A.N.D .MI.S<:c>V.ERY:  or iit'tv tx'ntri.      The coins would be i ilicrc is a innn in tliere.     Queer.  1*  dm  LSI  ^fc  IOB PRINTING AND COMMERCIAL WORK.  CARDS, POSTERS AND HAND BILLS ^ ^  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  . .   THE CLAIM'OFFICE ATLIN,   .B.   C.    -SATURDAY,    SEPT   28,  igoy.  .'~X     ,-.97.? fr^ VI ?^>  L :A,t' .���.*.-!-��� *��;.'>;.  V -.-j,-i---, : ;���;> ' :'-.'���,':*��������� '-���  siit tree .fiotel  Iir the Csanty Court of Atlle  K'OLDEN AT ATLIN.  The next aud last fixed regular  sittings ol" the above Court will be  held 'at lhe Court House, Atlin.  13. 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 undei signed  from time to time, as occasion requires.  J. CARTMEL,  Registrar.  Atlin. B. C, September 20th, 1907.  DISCO)VJ'KY,    I!, c.  rn:sT-(;i..'ss dimnij koom  U'K'i) I'M-.AS  'i'OO.'.iS  ONLY'   Till*    UI'.-VJ* lifjDi'ri  USUI) AT Till')  iSAV*.  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor.  Kampton   & 'Durie  Proprietors.  w.^*vxKxrvfT^^je^i-^n^nxvjw^xp**^u -  ������.=K��Aisi.i  Pm<iM�� ��$$  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  ,   RESTAURANT   ,  ,    l.'n(l<<r I'utircly New Management,  liuiiduiuii'turi- lor  IMxun's stau'o.  '  , f7fi  .*$?���  In the matter of.the estate of  1 Samuel    O.     Wheeiock,  deceased, intestate; and the  Official      Administrators  Act.  NOTICE is hereby given that by  an order made by His Honour F.  McT-5. Young, local Judge oi the  ���Supreme Court of Hritish Columbia,  Ml Atlin, on the 13th day of September 1907, the undersigned was  appointed administrator of the abor��� e  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  1907, next ensuing, after which the  administrator will pioceed to distribute ihe assets cf the said estate  faking notice only of such claims as  have been by that time properly  verified.  \V. E.  E.1SHER,  Official Administrator.  Atlin, B. C, Sept. 13th, 1907.      05  ATLINTO LODGE  .   A. F. & A. M.  No. -12, U. 11. H.'C.  Ku.'jul'u- communications held on the iirst  Thursday of each month in the A. O. U. W.  Hall, Third Street.  Visiting brethren cnrilinliv invited  Th:: next, rcjrult'i1 communication  will  be  held mi Tinu-Mliiy.Oololior'.li'il, at 7.:l0|i.m.  Hy order ��f the W. M.  U. II. HOPRNi;. Sl'X'ItETAKV.  six? t&ixn-, =��t:i5TwsM=aa  o.  Tf     BARBKR  SHOP  i'KKD  SUIMI.IW,    I'ROl'.   ,  -Mrx-curiis- :a  BATHS  FIFTY CUNTS  S'i'iviitc I'intriiiii'u for Ladies.  i  .0-CONSUMPTIVE  s'e  Jo  The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means,  after suffering lor several years with  a severe lung affection, aud that  dread disease Co��suyit'TiON, is  anxious to .make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure.  To those who desite it, he will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  cony of the prescription.used, which  they will find a cure for Co>;st.'lA.!7  tion, Asthma, Catakrm, Bro>;-  ciir'ns and all throat and lung  Mai,Aun.cs. He hopes all sufferers  ���will try his remedy, as it is invaluable.. Those desiring the prose; ip-  tion, which will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will  please address  Pvev. Edward A. 'Wilson,  Brooklyn, N.Y.  Synopsis oi  CRiititlisr. Homestead  Rcgulntious.  A   NY r.viiiliiblo  Dominion  hands   within  r~\ the liuilw.iy Heh in Hritish Colimil-iu.  may be homesteaded hy uny person who is  t he sole head of a family, ov any nmle over IS  years of u^e, ro the extent of oue-<|iiarter  section oT Itii) acres more or less.  Entry raii��t lie imule personally at the loeal  laud olfifo for the district iu whicli the land  is sit unto.  The homesteader is rotiuired to perforin  the eondiiions coiin'-eli'il therewith under  one oi the following- plans:  (I) At lcut-t six month;,' l-esideiiee upon mid  cultivation of tlie limil in each year for three  years.  (���!) If the father (or mo I her, if the father is  doeea-ied) of i'lii" homesteader resides upon a  farm in rhc vicinity of the laud entered for,  the rcduircmvnts us to residence may bo  satisfied by-suc-ii person residing; with the  father or mot her.  (:V) If the bet tier has his permanent residence upon fariniu';- land owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the reiiuiro-  mciits ns lo rosi'loneo may be satisfied by  residence upon the said laud.  Six' mouths1 notice in writing should bo  nivon to theCommisAionor of Dominion Lands  at. Ottawa of intentiou to apply for.patent,.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre  lor soft coal and $2U lor anthrucitc. Not more  thiiu '.i-0 ticres can he aeuuired by one individual or compuuy. Uoyally ut the rate of  ten cent* iier ton of 2,001) pounds shall ho collect cl on the gross output.  W. W. (JOKY,  Deputy of tho Minister of tlm Interior  N.H.���I'liiiutlioi-lzed publication of this advertisement will not he paid for. jyiU-Om  NOTICE.  Tb The   Hon.   the   Chief. Commissioner of .Lands and Works:  I .hereby   make  application to  purchase lor townsite  purposes a piece  of  ground   beginning at the N. E.  corner    of    the    VVynton. townsite  thence   in   a  northerly, direction   a  distance  of about   6co   feet to the  I boundary post of   British Columbia  Uud   the   Yukon   Territory  thence  'westerly 1,500 feel thence southerly  about 600 feet Lo the Wynlon town-  site thence east  along said townsite  Hue to the place of beginning.  EI,I J.   PROUIAX.  WyuLoiij B.C.July 23th, 1907. .S2S  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  f tZITMa��KCSZK  OTa^fjujAiMjiwUjiLiiiF r��gpm3��*tie.wr*.^n**c<w��ora,^mrB��.-K^*B^��c Kvrr.n* iwww����n;Tr#yitH tuui*  ALASKA    ROUTE   SAILINGS.  F^rlncess IRoyaS  Oct,  ^jiss/ ���  Sailiut; from Skagway 8p.m.  Direct to Vancouver .and  Victoria.  Tranapoi't.in!"' by rail or steamer to .Seattle without extra charge 5  We tfivo fiuick service.     No intermediate calls.    ���    7"^>     ~p^     ~\~%  I  jrvice.     No iiiterinediale calls.    ���    "I"*'     *|"^     TTT      T       -'.   \  ''or rates oninfoi'inutioii apply to    JL   .    ,11  .      VV .    .LA-/V\  'C,  A iron I. SUaiiwny,  <!>���-���-���-������-<  "���-��-*-��^-*-<  '-���-<4><{>-��-��-*-* ������-��-���-���-��-��� -t-*-��-*-*~^ ���-��-��-*-������>-���-*<$  Placing before the public  the many advantages of  the district is the object of  ��� .^a^ci'S'OOi2��'.0'��'D.4>0'!!>na<&D.o 6Ci��"CtCi<i*<:'>Xi0'Ct<&:o.<>o;0?:>:*c('S'O.<vC'.*o.*>  laiurtn  ���o;<^>ct^!Ct<>c^;c��<>'<c^o<>o*&o;-&00COCt<3' o<> o^&oO'&c^ooo-yo^o^o^o*  This cannot be success  fully accomplished without the generous support of  the  business  people .and  the residents.  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  .&������-���-��"*-��-���-���-���-���-*-���-���-<  feA rf&i  IV  :c  Why sksii out wiiks you can out iiuods as uukai' lti-iir, 1  Atlin, Nugget and   Grape   Rings  and ull kinds of Jewelry tuiinu  factui'cd on tlie premises. ���  Kino   New  Stock   of   Watches,   Clocks,  Jewelry   and   Diamonds  Watches from Sfi.OO up. Agents for Coluinhia Gi'amophoneii.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Fainted China, Souvenir Spoons  .'EOOERT   &   SON,   atun and m,scovKRv,  Safety Deposit Vaults.  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs.

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