H. M. Wallace, of Klondike fame, is expected back to Aun Arbor any'day, the saine roseate boonier of the Alaskan gold flelds as of oíd. He wrote a friend in this city froru Atlin, B. C, under date of Oct. 10, saying that he expected to leavejin a few days for the coast and froin Skaguay he expected to go to Seattle, and thence via San Francisco to Ann Arbor. Says Wallace: "I want to teil yon that we have struck it fine this year, and we now own over a score of claims in this district, sonie of which are among the ricliest of the country. When walking across a claim the other day, I picked up a yellow pebble worth about $30, and when scraping bed rock on one of our claims last week, one of niy men picked up a golden boulder. weighing 4 oz., 4-pwt. and 13 gr. It makes a very unique paperweight, in which capacity it is now serving on my desk of natural undressed wood. " Mr. Wallace is booming the U. S. and Dominion Mining Co. But he will be in Anu Arbor in a few days to speak for himself.