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 AND BULKLEY VALLEY ADVERTISER
VOL. I     NO. 28
HUBERT, B. C, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1914.
PRICE $2 A YEAR
Diseases Of Poultry
, (PART 3)
Prevention is better than cure, and
the breeder who keeps his houses clean,
warm and properly Ventilated, and has
the water and feed vessels always clean,
need have little to-fear from disease.
ROUP.
This is the most to be dreaded of any
of the troubles that the poultryman
will have to encounter, as if it once gets
u start the whole flock may go with it.
This affection, if taken at the start, is
easily checked, and the birds that show
any signs must be immediately isolated
from the rest of the flock.
The symptoms are: Eyes watering,
nostrils closed, breathing deep and frequently swelling round the eyes.
As soon as it is detected, taku the
bird and after dissolving a teaspoonful
of boracic acid in a small tin or cup of
warm water, plunge the bird's head
under and hold it there until it seems
to choke, which action will draw the
solution into all the cavities of the nose
and throat, and I have found it a most
effective remedy. Do not use any tins
or cups that are wanted for any other
purpose, as the disease is very infec- j
tious.   Put the bird in. a dry, warm I
War Will Cut Off
Silver Supply
BRIGHT FUTURE. FOR MINING
. IN THIS DISTRICT
As is well known one-third of; the
world's silver supply comes from
Mexico and a shortage of silver...is.
already being felt owing to the disordered 'state,, of that country. This
shortage is likely to be greatly increased should war be declared between
America and Mexico, which at the
present time there seems little chance
of averting.
As a consequence the price of silver
is bound to rise, which' will mean great
activity in the silver-lead mines of
British Columbia. New properties will
be opened up and we look for considerable interest being taken in the many
valuable deposits of the Northern Interior, and it is up to the prospectors
of this district to get their properties
into shape so as to be ready for possible
buyers when they come, as come they
will.
From Bad to "Verse"
These verses are meant as a joke,
And not angry thoughts to provoke,
' If you find, when they're read,
That the cap's on YOUR head
Why!   Laugh 'as  you wear it.   Good
Folk.
The bridge up at Hubert's complete,
The approaches are graded to meet
The road to Round Lake
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Which the farmers must take
Train Accident   I Association Football
MR.VAN ARSDOLBADLY INJURED! SMITHERS BEAT TELKWA -2 TO 0
The game is over and youth   has
Last Monday the first serious accident
occurred to the local train from the end
of steel. A fill about ten miles west of
Rose Lake gave way beneath the track
after the whole train with the exception
of the two passenger coaches and the
express car, had passed in.safety, with
the consequence that these cars breaking loose from their couplings fell bottom up some 20 feet into the ditch be-
When theywant to bay something to eat. I low in which there was some 3 feet of
water.
place and repeat the treatment in a few
hours.    Zinc  ointment or carbolated
vaseline is also good to apply to the I
swelling round the eyes.
CHOLERA.
The fowl-affected with cholera is de-
jected,  sleepy   and  droopy,   is  very;
tnif/ty, has a .sl(.f,v, stalking gait, and I
Hubert and District
News
Mr. Joseph Bourgon's house 'is now
ready for occupation, and his stables
well on the way to completion. We
congratulate this enterprising citizen
on his acumen.
The bri'igc is raady fur traih'c on
time.   Mr.  W.illiscroft  always  stated
gapes often.   Thej often stagger and it would be completed by May 10th
and, though many did not believe it possible, he has kept his word.
fall from weakness. The wattles turn
pale or sometimes dark and they have
diarrhoea. At once remove all affected
birds to a warm, light place with plenty
of clean straw. Give no water except
with "Douglas Mixture" in same, formula for which is given herewith. The
droppings should be drenched with a solution of carbolic acid to prevent the
spread of the disease. Prevention is the
only sure cure for this disease. Nothing but cooked food should be f.jd.
DOUGLAS MIXTURE.
Take of sulphate of iron (common
copperas) 8 ounces; sulphuric acid 1-2
You will notice, within, a-new ad.
And the farmers, I know, will be glad,
To'find close to tieir door
Such an e^cellemi store,
Where all kintls of si'nplies can be had.
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Whenanothermonth's past and hasgone,
They will find that more work has been
done, •!
For we're going to supply
Everything they can buy,
In a town that is second to none.
I haveheard--but it really don't matter
It is, I suppose, idle chatter-
Still, here is A hint
Do not rush into print,
If you are not quite sure of your data.
If you're selling- say- -lots in a town
Which the Railway lave sold—say-to
Brown,
Do not publish
That the gre?
Are the owners.   Ypnjre sure to fall
down.
The townsite company have also been
busy. Main Street was already graded
and an eight foot sidewalk will be
placed in position down both sides of
the street next week. The stumping
and grading of Third Avenue is finished,
also Fourth Avenue from Main Street
to Atlin Street, and Cassiar Street
from Third Avenue to the Depot.   This
will give visitors a roadway from the hacienda came throbbing.
bridge to the station by way of Fourth
Avenue,  Main  Street,   Third  Avenue
For 'tis sure, if you sell on this plan,
The investors will rise .to a man
And refuse to come through
And for damages sue,
For such underhand methods they ban.
Humour of the Week
A PASTORAL
Across the Mexican fields the tremulous note  of   the   iuby   throated
Under the able direction of Conductor
Abbott, who, with the rest of the crew,
were in the forepart of the train when
the accident occurred, the bottom of the
cars were soon cut out and the passengers, amongst whom were. several
ladies, rescued, and an engine and caboose were rushed to Telkwa for medical
aid.
Dr. Wallace answered promptly to the
call, taking with him Nurse Peterson,
who had kindly volunteered her assistance and to whom many thanks are due.
By the time the Doctor and his assistant had arrived on the scene all the
passengers had been removed from (he
' upturned cars, and they were soon heroically at work relieving the injured,
who were taken the following morning
to Hazelton Hospital.
There were quite a large number of
passengers on the train at the time of
the acci'dent, and it is extremely fortunate that the injuries were not more
serious. The following were amongst
those hurt:
Mr. Van Arsdol, G. T. P. Divisional
Engineer, one shoulder blade broken,
other shoulder dislocated and a bad cut
over the head.
Mrs. Patterson, one rib broken, slight
cut on head.
Mrs. Jack Graham, badly bruised, cut
on head, nearly drowned; besides whom
7 or 8 others had ribs broken, and
the balance of the passengers were more
or less bruised.
No blame can be attached to anyone
for the accident,  and it seems quite
fluid ounce. Put into a bottle or jug j and Cassiar Street and the remaining
one gallon of water, into this put the portions of these thoroughfares will be
sulphate of iron. As soon as the iron : treated in a like manner. The town-
is dissolved add the acid, and when it is site,company are sparing no trouble or
clear the mixture is ready for use. In j expense in this work, realizing that lot
hot weather or when the flock is small, ' owners will appreciate having this work
less may be prepared at once, but the [ done for them instead of having to be
above proportion should be observed, taxed later on for the purpose.
This mixture or tonic should be given in
the drinking water every other day, a     K. L. Gale's offices are also nearing
gill for every twenty-five head is not too completion, the building, as it stands,
much, and, where there is infection it' showing the complete elevation,
must be used every day.   But where j
there is no disease, not so often, or in I    The Railway Company have issued
small quantities every day.   This mix-1 instructions for a level crossing
ture, simple as it is, is one of the best 1 placed opposite  Atlin
tonics for poultry known.   Itisalterna
Far in the distance the snow capped j likely that had the train been. ^g a
peaks of the Sierra Madres rose against Ilittle 1uicker> a" the cars wol,ld have
the cerulean. safely cleared the danger point.   In all
Lounging on the chap.rrista in the | probability passenger trains will not run
shade of a concarne bush, the traveller
i further than Telkwa or Hubert until
questioned his native guidt
the track East of those points is put
'Jose, who is the man they are taking!into better condition, and although this
out to shoot?" I w'" Prove°f considerable inconvenience
"He is our President, sir." to many we stiU have to thank the
"And who is the man they shot just jG-T' p- for the service the-V have g'ven
ahead of him?" us UP to the Present> un(ier trying con
ditions.
tive as well as tonic, and possesses, besides, antiseptic properties which make
it a remedy as well as a tonic.
CROP BOUND.
This complaint is liaule to affect birds
in confinement more than those on a
large range. It is caused mostly by
overfeeding, and unless relieved
promptly death is sure to follow. Relief may be given quickly by opening
the crop on the side with a sharp knife,
cutting a slit sufficiently long to remove
the contents. Clean the crop with warm
water and sew it up again. Take care
not to sew the skin of the bird to the
sack of the crop. Close the crop with
white linen thread first, having the knot
on the inside, then put a few stitches in
the skin. Put in a warm place and give
no water for twenty four hours and
only soft food and it will soon recover.
wheeled  traffic will
from the bridge.
to be
Street   where
enter  the   town
The general store erected and' owned
by Mr. F, J. Harris, late of Vancouver, is now open for business, and all
residents in the Round Lake District
and further east will find that in future
they can get all the supplies they need
without going further west, and thus
will be able to save nine miles every
time they come to town.
The public are recognizing the wisdom of Mr. Hammond's phrase "Make
haste slowly" and feel that he is right
when he says "Keep Hubert out of the
boom class" all the more so that they
have an object lesson before their eyes
how foolish it is to overboom and overbuild a town, and how dire are the
results of so doing.
"He was the President yesterday."
"Where are all those soldiers going?"
"They are looking for Miguel For-
malda who hopes to be President tomorrow and has gone into hiding."
"A strange people you are, tell me
who is that fellow 'kicking that mule j South American envoys, who have un-
Telegraphic News
MEXICAN WAR CONFERENCE
Washington,   May   12:     The  three
in the ribs yonder?"
"There is little to tell of him, sir.
He !s only Pedro Tornado. He will be
President the day after tomorrow."
And then on the evening breeze came
the faint tinkle of the upas bel! as the
mesquite herds wound slowly ever the
pizarro,
"William," asked a school teacher,
"can you tell me who was George
Washington?"
"Yes, Ma'am," was the reply, "he
was an American General."
"Quite right," what was he famous
for?"
"He was remarkable" replied the
little boy, "because he was an ? meri-
can and told the truth."
dertaken by diplomacy to settle Mexico's
civil strife as well as her international
differences, announced to night that the
first formal conference with representatives "of thedifferent parties interested
in mediation" would be held at Niagara
Falls, Ontario, Canada, on May 18.
The language of the declaration attracted attention, for, although the envoys had, in a note earlier, said they
would withdraw their invitation for a
Carranza representative unless an armistice between the Constitutionalists
and the Huerta forces were arranged,
no specific parties to the negotiations
were named in the State Department
announcement.
triumphed as above.
On the run of the game there was
practically no difference between the
teams, as the losers had quite as much
of the play as the winners, I attribute
the downfall of Telkwa to two things,
weak goalkeeping, and bad shooting.
Of the Smithers team I cannot write
in detail as I do not know most of
them, but the two players who most
favourably impressed me were Hether-
ington, for his fine kicking, and Miller
for his excellent goalkeeping.
Telkwa I can criticise individually
taking into consideration their practice
form and what was expected of them.
Ayliffe, in goal, was decidedly weak,
especially at the two critical points
when the only goals were scored. He
seemed nervous and should certainly
have saved one of the two at any rate.
McLennan at back merits praise for
some very fine tackling, but he has a
habit of hanging onto the ball too long
and on that account often failed to get
in his kick.
Harvey was obviously out of practice
and although doing good work was below form. t (*'
Miller at left half was the star performer, and did excellent work throughout, seldom making a mistake.
Morrison was, as usual, very sound
and quite fulfilled expectations.
Hoops was, as ever, a hard worker of
the plodding variety and no fault can
be found with him.
Simpson, at outside left, was not at
all handy with his feet but can, to a
certain extent, be excused as he was
playing out of his place.
Wilson did good work at times but
his bellows appear to need attention.
Chettleburgh was a bitter disappointment, as b«yond successfully interposing his body in front of a couple of
free kicks he did practically nothing.
We certainly expected better things of
you Frank.
Burrington was a tryer all the time
and made good use of some of his
opportunities, but is short of practice.
And lastly Gale was not a success.
He certainly put in one good shot and
a few centres but stuck too strictly to
the touch line and lacks vim.
I had a conversation with the Telkwa
team Captain after the match, and
gather that he intends to play the part
of spectator for a time at any rate and
give someone else a chance.
In spite of weight of years and today's defeat, Telkwa has no need to be
discouraged, as, with a little practice
and organization, a decided improvement should result, and I personally do
not think that Smithers could repeat
the performance in a hundred years.
Get in and work, Boys, and you will yet
be the champions of the Northern Interior. Remember the lessons of your
failures, but also remember that you
were all over them for the greater portion of the second half.
Linesman.
U. S. WILL NOT WITHDRAW
Washington, May 12: It practically
is certain that the withdrawal of American forces from Vera Cruz will not be
ordered until some definite settlement
of the Mexican problem is in sight.
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THE HUBERT TIMES
MAY 13, 1914
THE HUBERT TIMES
AND
BULKLEY VALLEY ADVERTISER
Published every Wednesday by the
Times Publishing Company
Subscription Rates:
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR
Advertising Rates
Display $1.50 per inch per month
Reading Notices, 15c per line each
insertion
Legal Notices at B. C. Gazette rates
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1914
As will be noticed by an announcement in another column
the bridge across the Bulkley
River at Hubert is open for
traffic.
This marks an era in the history
of the Valley and adds another
step in the ladder of develope-
ment.
From now on the farmers and
settlers, living to the east of
Aldermere and Telkwa, will be
enabled to get to a railway station
situated almost at their very
doors, and "going to town" will,
for all of them in the future,
mean only a very short absence
from their homes and their work
instead of the long journey it
has hitherto been.
This facility will, no doubt, be
appreciated to the full by those
to whom leaving work for so long
has meant a loss of money, and
the more so when they find that
not only can they cross the river
to ship and receive their freight,
but that they will have every
other convenience to hand.
There is no doubt a great need
for a town where Hubert now
stands as is evidenced by the
numerous signatures obtained
for the bridge and post office.
The district itself is the broadest
and most fertile part of the
Valley and also that part wherein
lie the most improved farms, in
addition to which it is in the
most central position as regards
to mining activity.
A town at that spot would have
sprung up naturally even if the
Natural Resources Security Co.
Ltd. had not placed one on the
market. Hubert on account of
its natural advantages is bound
to succeed. Those, however,
who are looking for the sudden
uprising of a populous city will
be disappointed for the town
must and will grow with the
needs of the country, develope
with what is required of her,
and establish herself upon such
a firm and sure foundation that
she will "make haste slowly" to
the position she will in the future
oacupy as the Market Town of
the.Bulkley Valley.
Telegraphic News
THE WAR IN MEXICO
Vera Cruz, May 11:—Francisco Villa,
the rebel commander, may not make
his intended descent on Mexico City
before the lapse of another three
months, according to a prominent
business man who arrived today from
the capital.
The refugees who had just completed
negotiations with President Huerta for
the removal of a large quantity of
bullion from the mining district, asserted
Huerta still is sending federal troops
northward as he apparently dreads more
the possible approach of General Villa
than an advance of the Americans.
It was later learned authoritatively
that the reason for this was due to the
fact that a further effort was being
made to induce General Carranza to
send a representative. It was understood the mediators had further explained their position to General Carranza and were still hopeful that he
might be represented without seeking
to limit his agent to discussion of any
particular subjects.
The American Government has not
yet chosen its representatives. President Wilson and Secretaries Bryan and
Lane discussed many names today, but
inasmuch as it will require several
days for the Huerta envoys to reach
here, some intervening time will be
taken by the President in considering
men tor the mission.
As yet there has been no formal basis
of negotiations, the United States or
Huerta not having set fqrth their demands. It was learned today from a
high administration official that, in all
likelihood, the United States would not
confine itself now to a mere settlement
of the incidents at Tampico,, which
provoked the present crisis, but would
aim to bring about a solution of the
whole Mexican problem, so that it
could recognize a constitutional and
established government which would
be able to restore tranquility in the
Southern Republic.
Baled Hay
Any amount of first-
class Baled Timothy
Hay for sale $18.00
per ton.
APPLY
R. L. Gale, J.P., Telkwa
SALE OF CONGO FREE STATE
Paris, May 12:—Because of the great
cost that is now involved in its maintenance, the Congo Free State, the
rubber plantations of which enriched
and disgraced the Late King Leopold of
Belgium, is to be sold to the Belgiam
government, according to private advices
that have reached this city.
It is regarded here as certain that
France will take advantage of priority
given her in the recent agreement
made with Great Britain and Germany
and will add the African territory to its
colonial possessions by becoming the
purchaser.
DOMINION LIFE SAVING
Ottawa, April 12:—The life-saving
branch which has always been administered by the Marine Department has
been transferred to the Naval Service
Department. Big improvements in the
life-saving stations throughout Canada
are planned. There are now forty
stations on the Great Lakes and on the
two ocean coasts. Their equipment
will be generally improved and the
number will likely be increased.
Save Eight Miles by crossing the New Bridge at
HUBERT
F.J. HARRIS
GENERAL MERCHANT
Third Avenue    -    -    Hubert, B. C.
GROCERIES   PROVISIONS   DRY GOODS
HARDWARE, TOBACCO, CIGARS
Everything for the Farmer at reasonable prices
The Hudson's Bay Co.
BRITISH ORGANIST AT 'FRISCO
San Francisco, May 12:—Mr. Edwin
H. Lemare, the distinguished British
organizer and musical composer, will
be the organist for the mammoth organ
in tbi festival hall at the Panama
Pacific exposition.
Department of Agriculture
LIVE STOCK BRANCH
Our Agricultural Information Bureau
is at your service.
Write or call H. E. Walker, B.S.A.,
Provincial Agriculturist, Telkwa, B. C.
The
Seal
of
Quality
h.t.'loCkyer
General Manager
H. E. BURBIDGE
Stores Commissioner
The
Seal
of
Quality
You'll find this Store in a position to fill
all your needs.
Our Stocks are plentifully large to meet
your every demand.
Our prices are low enough to please you.
I      ORDERS
From any^O, of the world carefully and promptly
*W.        attended to
Local Branches at Hazelton, Vidoria, Vancouver
R. S. SARGENT
General Merchant
We have juit received a full assortment of
Garden Seeds
and
Seed Grains
for Spring planting
We also carry a full line of
Paints and Brushes
We can supply your wants in mosl
any line at the
Mosl Reasonable Prices
Fresh Bread
and
Paltry
Fish
Fresh Vegetables
received twice a week
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TELKWA, BULKLEY VALLEY, B.C.
FEDEL'S RESTAURANT
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Close by the Bridge
GOOD MEALS
Reasonable Prices
Grand
Trunk
Pacific
Steamships
Grand Trunk Pacific
Trains leave Smithers for Prince
Rupert Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 7:30 a.m.
Leave Prince Rupert for Vancouver,
etc., Mondays and Fridays at 9 p.m.,
Tuesdays at 9;30 p.m.
Service to Stewart, Massett and Lower
Queen Charlotte Island points on application.
Mixed Service beyond.
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY
Fast modern trains connect at Chicago
with all lines from the West for all
points East.
Through tickets to Europe.
Your choice of rail and ocean lines.
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We will be pleased to submit an itinerary for your approval.
W. E. DUPEROW, G.A.P.D.       H. G. SMITH, C.P. & T.A.
527 Granville street, Vancouver
Phone Sey. 8134
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Nils Svenson
Builder and Contractor
Hubert, B.C.
All Kinds of Building Material at the
Lowest Prices
Estimates Given
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British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Str. "Princess Beatrice"
Leaves Prince Rupert for Vancouver,' Victoria, Seattle,
Every Sunday at 8 p.m.
Let Us Arrange Your Trip East
Tickets to and from all parts of the world.   Atlantic and Pacific
Steamship Tickets.   For Tickets, Reservations,
and information, apply to
J. G. McNab, Cor. Third Avenue and Sixth Street
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ubert bridge is building, and will soon
the river span,
nder the direction of a very able man;
ringing to the di&rid-farmers access to
the Town,
ntrance easy, station handy, market s*L.....,_j
their own.
ight has triumphed, foes defeated, nothing
can us slop,
o   the   world proclaim the tidings.—
"HUBERT IS ON TOP."
PURE BRED
Clydesdale Stallion
Royal Diamond Jubilee
10628
Imported
Bred by GEORGE BEAN
West Ballochie, Montrose, Forfarshire
Royal Diamond
Jubilee
10628
St. Lawrence by
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Mount Royal Prince of Wales
8065 678
Golden Queen Golden Treasure
M      12071 4417
Queen of Lyons
5436
Royal Diamond Jubilee, a beautitul bay with white markings, is a
registered, pure bred imported ClydeBdale, and, as the foregoing pedigree shows, a horse that is right royally bred. He is of remarkable good
size combined with plenty of quality, the best of feet and legs well set,
with lots of bone, and when bred on ordinary mares ivill produce a cross
resulting jn a good general purpose horse, suitable for farm or roadwork.
Royal Diamond Jubilee will be permitted to serve a limited number of
approved outside mares at the Hudson Bay Ranch, Bulkley Valley.
Fee, Twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for the season, with the
usual return privilege
Owner R. J. McDONELL, Hudson Bay Ranch, B. C.
All Mares left at Ranch kept free of charge ▼ 1
PAGE FOUR
THE HUBERT TIMES
MAY 13, 1914
The Market Town of
the Bulkley Valley
This townsite is well worth a visit sitiiated as it is 09 the
main line of the G. T. P. on the site originally selected by theii
engineers as the Divisional Point and where it has been deodedj
to commence the branch line up the Telkwa to tap the large*
coal and mineral deposits of that district.
The townsite is DRY, LEVEL and has a magnificent outlook, and is only two miles from Round Lake.
A SUBSTANTIAL STATION has already been erected on
the property at the head of Cassiar Street.
A BRIDGE is now in course of construction across the
Bulkley River connecting Hubert withj the celebrated farming
district, of Round Lake. >    J
HUNDREDS OF LOTS have been sold,
a considerable portion of which was to local
people who intend to build.
BUY NOW
PRICES LOW TERMS VERY EASY
We intend to make as great a success of Hubert
as we did of Fort George.  Come and help us.
The Natural Resources
Security Company, Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
Local Agent
REGINALD LEAKE GALE, J. P.
Hubert and Telkwa
The Oldest Firm in the Bulkley Valley
Reginald Leake Gale, J. P.
DEPUTY MINING RECORDER and FINANCIAL AGENT
Head Office
TELKWA
Sole Agents for Smithers and Telkwa
of
PHOENIX and LONDON   LIVERPOOL and GLOBE
FIRE INSURANCE
The Strongest Companies in the World
If You Want Your Books Audited
Gallon Us
We have the Largest List of Farm Lands in
The Northern Interior. Call or write for
Particulars        :        : :       :   :
GOOD LOT ON BROADWAY, SMITHERS,
FOR SALE CHEAP
LOCAL AGENTS
Hubert Townsite
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HUBERT, B. C, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1914.
PRICE $2 A YEAR
War Will Cut Off [From Bad to "Verse"
Silver Supply
Diseases Of Poultry
. (PART 3)
Prevention is better than ovire, and
the breeder who keeps his houses clean,
warm and properly ventilated, and has
the water and feed vessels always clean,
need have little to-fear from disease.
ROUP.
This is the most to be dreaded of any
of the troubles that the poultryman
will have to encounter, as if it once gets
a start the whole flock may go with it.
This affection, if taken at the start, is
easily checked, and the birds that show
any signs must be immediately isolated
from the rest of the flock.
The symptoms are: Eyes watering,
nostrils closed, breathing deep and frequently swelling round the eyes.
As soon as it is detected, tata the
bird and after dissolving a teaspoonful
of boracic acid in a small tin or cup of
warm water, plunge the bird's head
under and hold it there until it seems
to choke, which action will draw the
solution into all the cavities of the nose
and throat, and I have found it a most
effective remedy. Do not use any tins
or cups that are wanted for any other
purpose, as the disease is very infectious. Put the bird in. a dry, warm
place and repeat the treatment in 11 few
hours. Zinc ointment or carbolated
vaseline is also good to apply to the
swelling round the eyes.
CHOLERA.
The fowl-affeeled with cholera is dejected,   sleepy   and   droopy,   is  very;    file !„-!.,-c  is fSaiy  for traffic on'
thirsty Has a skf,v, stalking ga«t, and | time.   Mr.   W.i.lliscroft always  stated
gapes often.   The] often stagger and it would be  completed by May 10th
BRIGHT FUTURE. FOR MINING
. IN THIS DISTRICT
As is well known one-third of: the
world's silver supply comes from
Mexico and a shortage of silver...is
already being felt owing to the disordered'state, of that country.. This
shortage is likely to be greatly increased should war be declared between
America and Mexico, which at the
present time there seems little chance
of averting.
As a consequence the price of silver
is bound to rise, which'will mean great
activity in the silver-lead mines of
British Columbia. New properties will
be opened up and we look for considerable interest being taken, in the many
valuable deposits of the Northern Interior, and it is up to the prospectors
of this district to get their properties
into shape so as to be ready for possible
buyers when they come, as come they
will.
Hubert and District
News
Mr. Joseph Bourgon's house 'is now
ready for occupation,  and his stables
! well on the way to completion.   We
[ congratulate  this enterprising  citizen
i on his acumen.
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These verses are meant as a joke,
And not angry thoughts to provoke,
' If "you find, when they're read,
That the cap's on YOUR head
Why!   Laugh-as you wear it.   Good
Folk.
Train Accident
Association Football
MR.VAN ARSDOLBADLY INJURED SMITHERS BEAT TELKWA -2 TO 0
The game is over and youth   has
fall from weakness. The wattles turn
pale or sometimes dark and they have
diarrhoea. At once remove all affected
birds to a warm, light place with plenty
of clean straw. Give no water except
with "Douglas Mixture" in same, formula for which is given herewith. The
droppings should be drenched with a solution of carbolic acid to prevent the
spread of the disease. Prevention is the
only sure cure for this disease. Nothing but cooked food should be fed.
DOUGLAS MIXTURE.
The bridge up at Hubert's complete,
The approaches are graded to meet
The road to Round Lake
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Which the farmers must take
Whentheywant to buy something to eat.
You will notice, within, anew ad.
And the farmers, I know, will be glad,
To find close to tieir door
Such an excellent store,
Where all kin^ls of supplies can be had.
When another month'« past and hasgone,
They will find that more work has been
done,
For we're going io supply
Everything they can buy,
In a town that is second to none.
I have heard—but it really don't matter
It is, I suppose, idle chatter—
Still, here is if hint
Do not rush into print,
If you are not quite sure of your data.
If you're selling- say -lots in a town
Which the Railway lave sold—say- to
Brown,
Do not publish*!^' iftr?
That the gr'eSy^J.J.
Are the owners,
down.
and, though many did not believe it possible, he has kept his word.
The townsite company have also been
busy. Main Street was already graded
and an eight foot sidewalk will be
placed in position down both sides of
the street next week. The stumping
and grading of Third Avenue is finished,
also Fourth Avenue from Main Street
to Atlin Street, and Cassiar Street
from Third Avenue to the Depot.   This
Last Monday the first serious accident
occurred to the local train from the end
of steel. A fill about ten miles west of
Rose Lake gave way beneath the track
after the whole train with the exception
of the two passenger coaches and the
express car, had passed in safety, with
the consequence that these cars breaking loose from their couplings fell bottom up some 20 feet into the ditch below in which there was some 3 feet of
water.
Under the able direction of Conductor
Abbott, who, with the rest of the crew,
were in the forepart of the train when
the accident occurred, the bottom of the
cars were soon cut out and the passengers, amongst whom were. several
ladies, rescued, and an engine and caboose were rushed to Telkwa for medical
aid.
Dr. Wallace answered promptly to the
call, taking with him Nurse Peterson,
who had kindly volunteered her assistance and to whom many thanks are due.
By the time the Doctor and his assistant had arrived on  the scene all the
triumphed as above.
On the run of the game there was
practically no difference between the
teams, as the losers had quite as much
of the play as the winners, I attribute
the downfall of Telkwa to two things,
weak goalkeeping, and bad shooting.
Of the Smithers team I cannot write
in detail as I do not know most of
them, but the two players who most
favourably impressed me were Hether-
ington, for his fine kicking, and Miller
for his excellent goalkeeping.
Telkwa I can criticise individually
taking into consideration their practice
form and what was expected of them.
Ayliffe, in goal, was decidedly weak,
especially at the two critical points
when the only goals were scored. He
seemed nervous and should certainly
have saved one of the two at any rate.
McLennan at back merits praise for
... , ,   _ ,.   Isome very fine tackling, but he has a
passengers had been removed from the ' °
habit of hanging onto the ball too long
and on that account often failed to get
in his kick.
upturned cars, and they were soon heroically at work relieving the injured,
who were taken the following morning
to Hazelton Hospital.
Harvey was obviously out of practice
There were quite a large number of j aml althouKh doins *ooA work was be-
low form. i p
Miller at left half was the star per-
passengers on the train at the time of
'tire accident, and it is extremely fortunate that the injuries were not more
You're sure, .to fall! serious.   The following were amongst
For 'tis sure, if you sell on this plan,
The investors will rise .to a man
And refuse to come through
And for damages uuej
For such underhand methods they ban.
Humour of the Week
Third   Avenue j
Take of sulphate of iron (common
copperas) 8 ounces; sulphuric acid 1-2 j Avenue,  Main Street,
fluid ounce.   Put into a bottle or jug ! and Cassiar Street and the remaining
one gallon of water, into this put the j portions of these thoroughfares will be
sulphate of iron.   As soon as the iron j treated in a like manner.   The town-
is dissolved add the acid, and when it is ! site company are sparing no trojble or
clear the mixture is ready for use.   In i expense in this work, realizing that lot
hot weather or when the flock is small, ' owners will appreciate having this work
less may be prepared at once, but the j done for them instead of having to be
above proportion should be observed. J taxed later on for the purpose.
This mixture or tonic should be given in
former, and did excellent work throughout, seldom making a mistake.
,,       ,    , Morrison was, as usual, very sound
Mr. Van' Arsdol, G. T. P. Divisional jand 1uite fulfil,ed «PectattoiM.
Engineer, one shoulder blade broken, i
other shoulder dislocated and a bad cut
Hoops was, as ever, a hard worker of
the plodding variety and no fault can
be found with him.
Simpson, at outside left, was not at
all handy with his feet but can, to a
certain extent, be excused as he was
over the head.
Mrs. Patterson, one rib broken, slight
cut on head.
Mrs. Jack Graham, badly bruised, cut
on head, nearly drowned; besides whom Ptyty °<4 »' ^ Pla<*
7  or 8 others had ribs broken,   and
the balance of the passengers were more
or less bruised.
No blame can be attached to anyone
for the accident,  and it seems quite
a
A PASTORAL
Across the Mexican fields the tremulous note of   the   luby   throated
will give visitors a roadway from  the | haeienda came throbbing.   ■
bridge to the station by way of Fourth j    par in tne distance the snow capped j like'y tllat nau" the train been- SoinB
peaks of the Sierra Madres rose against j little quicker, all the cars would have
the cerulean. safely cleared the danger point.   In all
Lounging on the chaprrrista in the [probability passenger trains will not run
shade of a concarne bush, the traveller j further than Telkwa or Hubert until
questioned his native guide. jthe track East of those Points is Put
"Jose, who is the man they' are taking jinto better condition, and although this
R. L. Gale's offices are also nearing
completion, the building, as it stands,
the drinking water every other day, a
gill for every twenty-five head is not too
much, and, where there is infection it; showing the complete elevation.
must be used every day.   But where j ~
there is no disease, not so often, or in I    The Railway Company have issued
small quantities every day.   This mix-! instructions for a level crossing to be
hire, simple as it is, is one of the best; placed opposite  Atlin   Street   where
out to shoot?" w'" Proveof considerable inconvenience
"He is our President sir." to many we st'" nave to t'ian'! tne
"And who is the man they shot just j G-T' ?- for the service the-V have S'ven
ahead of him?" Ius UP to tne present, under trying con-
"He was the President yesterday."    j ditions.       ^	
"Where are all those soldit-rs going?" i
"They are looking for Miguel For-1
malda who hopes to be President to-
Telegraphic News
tonics for poultry known. It is alternative as well as tonic, and possesses, besides, antiseptic properties which make
it a remedy as well as a tonic.
CROP BOUND.
This complaint is liaole to affect birds
in confinement more than those on a
large range. It is caused mostly by
overfeeding, and unless relieved
promptly death is sure to follow. Relief may be given quickly by opening
the crop on the side with a sharp knife,
cutting a slit sufficiently long to remove
the contents. Clean the crop with warm
water and sew it up again. Take care
not to sew the skin of the bird to the
sack of the crop. Close the crop with
white linen thread first, having the knot
on the inside, then put a few stitches in
the skin. Put in a warm place and give
no water for twenty four hours and
only soft food and it will soon recover.
wheeled  traffic
from the bridge.
will  enter  the   town
. The.general store erected and' owned
by Mr. P. J. Harris, late of Vancouver, is now open for business, and all
residents in the Round Lake District
and further east will find that in future
they can get all the supplies they need
without going further west, and thus
will be able to save nine miles every
time they come to town.
The public are recognizing the wisdom of Mr. Hammond's phrase "Make
haste slowly" and feel that he is right
when he says "Keep Hubert out of the
boom class" all the more so that they
have an object lesson before their eyes
how foolish it is to overboom and overbuild a town, and how dire are the
results of so doing.
MEXICAN WAR CONFERENCE
Washington,   May  12:     The  three
morrow and has gone into hiding."
"A strange people you are,  tell me
who is that fellow 'kicking that mule South American envoys, who have unto the ribs yonder?" \ dertaken by diplomacy to settle Mexico's
"There is little to tell of him, sir.
He 's only Pedro Tornado. He will be
President the day after tomorrow."
And then on the evening breeze came
the faint tinkle of the upas bel) as the
mesquite herds wound slowly ever the
pizarro.
"William," asked a school teacher,
"can you tell me who was George
Washington?"
"Yes, Ma'am," was the reply, "he
was an American General."
"Quite right," what was he famous
for?"
"He was remarkable" replied the
little boy, "because he was an Jmeri-
can and told the truth."
civil strife as well as her international
differences, announced to night that the
first formal conference with representatives "of thedifferent parties interested
in mediation" would be held at Niagara
Falls, Ontario, Canada, on May 18.
The language of the declaration attracted attention, for, although the envoys had, in a note earlier, said they
would withdraw their invitation for a
Carranza representative unless an armistice between the Constitutionalists
and the Huerta forces were arranged,
no specific parties to the negotiations
were named in the State Department
announcement.
Wilson did good work at times but
his bellows appear to need attention.
Chettleburgh was a bitter disappointment, as beyond successfully interposing his body in front of a couple of
free kicks he did practically nothing.
We certainly expected better things of
you Frank.
Burrington was a tryer all the time
and made good use of some of his
opportunities, but is short of practice.
And lastly Gale was not a success.
He certainly put in one good shot and
a few centres but stuck too strictly to
the touch line and lacks vim.
I had a conversation with the Telkwa
j team Captain after the match,   and
gather that he intends to play the part
I of spectator for a time at any rate and
give someone else a chance.
In spite of weight of years and today's defeat, Telkwa has no need to be
discouraged, as, with a little practice
and organization, a decided improvement should result, and I personally do
not think that Smithers could repeat
the performance in a hundred years.
Get in and work, Boys, and you will yet
be the champions of the Northern Interior. Remember the lessons of your
failures, but also remember that you
were all over them for the greater portion of the second half.
LlNKSMAN.
U. S. WILL NOT WITHDRAW
Washington, May 12; It practically
is certain that the withdrawal of American forces from Vera Cruz will not be
ordered until some definite settlement
of the Mexican problem is in sight.
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MAY 13, 1914
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1914
As will be noticed by an announcement in another column
the bridge across the Bulkley
River at Hubert is open for
traffic.
This marks an era in the history
of the Valley and adds another
step in the ladder of develope-
ment.
From now on the farmers and
settlers, living to the east of
Aldermere and Telkwa, will be
enabled to get to a railway station
situated almost at their very
doors, and "going to town" will,
for all of them in the future,
mean only a very short absence
from their homes and their work
instead of the long journey it
has hitherto been.
This facility will, no doubt, be
appreciated to the full by those
to whom leaving work for so long
has meant a loss of money, and
the more so when they find that
not oniy can they .cross the river
to ship and receive their freight,
but that they will have every
other convenience to hand.
There is no doubt a great need
for a town where Hubert now
stands as is evidenced by the
numerous signatures obtained
for the bridge and post office.
The district itself is the broadest
and most fertile part of the
Valley and also that part wherein
lie the most improved farms, in
addition to which it is in the
most central position as regards
to mining activity.
A town at that spot would have
sprung up naturally even if the
Natural Resources Security Co.
Ltd. had not placed one on the
market. Hubert on account of
its natural advantages is bound
to succeed. Those, however,
who are looking for the sudden
uprising of a populous city will
be disappointed for the town
must and will grow with the
needs of the country, develope
with what is required of her,
and establish herself upon such
a firm and sure foundation that
she will "make haste slowly" to
the position she will in the future
occupy as the Market Town of
the.Bulkley Valley.
Telegraphic News
THE WAR IN MEXICO
Vera Cruz, May 11:—Francisco Villa,
the rebel commander, may not make
his intended descent on Mexico City
before the lapse of another three
months, according to a prominent
business man who arrived today from
the capital.
The refugees who had just completed
negotiations with President Huerta for
the removal of a large quantity of
bullion from the mining district, asserted
Huerta still is sending federal troops
northward as he apparently dreads more
the possible approach of General Villa
than an advance of the Americans.
It was later learned authoritatively
that the reason for this was due to the
fact that a further effort was being
made to induce General Carranza to
send a representative. It was understood the mediators had further explained their position to General Carranza and were still hopeful that he
might be represented without seeking
to limit his agent to discussion of any
particular subjects.
The American Government has not
yet chosen its representatives. President Wilson and Secretaries Bryan and
Lane discussed many names today, but
inasmuch as it will require several
days for the Huerta envoys to reach
here, some intervening time will be
taken by the President in considering
men tor the mission.
As yet there has been no formal basis
of negotiations, the United States or
Huerta not having set fqrth their demands. It was learned today from a
high administration official that, in all
likelihood, the United States would not
confine itself now to a mere settlement
of the incidents at Tampico,, which
provoked the present crisis, but would
aim to bring about a solution of the
whole Mexican problem, so that it
could recognize a constitutional and
established government which would
be able to restore tranquility in the
Southern Republic.
Save Eight Miles by crossing; the New Bridge at
HUBERT
F. J. HARRIS
GENERAL MERCHANT
Third Avenue    -    -    Hubert, B. C.
GROCERIES   PROVISIONS   DRY GOODS
HARDWARE, TOBACCO, CIGARS
Everything for the Farmer at reasonable prices
l l SARGENT
General Merchant
We have just received a full assortment of
Garden Seeds
and
Seed Grains
for Spring planting
The Hudson's Bay Co.
The
Seal
of
Quality
H.TYLOCKYER
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H. E. BURBIDGE
Stores Commissioner
The
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SALE OF CONGO FREE STATE
Paris, May 12:—Because of the great
cost that is now involved in its maintenance, the Congo Free State, the
rubber plantations of which enriched
and disgraced the Late King Leopold of
Belgium, is to be sold to the Belgiam
government, accordingto private advices
that have reached this city.
It is regarded here as certain that
France will take advantage of priority
given her in the recent agreement
made with Great Britain and Germany
and will add the African territory to its
colonial possessions by becoming the
purchaser.
DOMINION LIFE SAVING
Ottawa, April 12:—The life-saving
branch which has always been administered by the Marine Department has
been transferred to the Naval Service
Department, Big improvements in the
life-saving stations throughout Canada
are planned. There are now forty
stations on the Great Lakes and on the
two ocean coasts. Their equipment
will be generally improved and the
number will likely be increased.
Baled Hay
Any amount of first-
class Baled Timothy
Hay for sale $18.00
per ton.
APPLY
R. L. Gale, J.P., Telkwa
BRITISH ORGANIST AT 'FRISCO
San Francisco, May 12:—Mr. Edwin
H. Lemare, the distinguished British
organizer and musical composer, will
be the organist for the mammoth organ
in the festival hall at the Panama
Pacific exposition.
Department of Agriculture
LIVE STOCK BRANCH
Our Agricultural Information Bureau
is at your service.
Write or call H. E. Walker, B.S.A.,
Provincial Agriculturist, Telkwa, B. C.
You'll find this Store in a position to fill
all your needs.
Our Stocks are plentifully large to meet
your every demand.
Our prices are low enough to please you.
j      ORDERS
From apy^O of the world carefully and promptly
*W       attended to
Local Branches at Hazelton, Victoria, Vancouver
We also carry a full line of
Paints and Brushes
We can supply your wants in mosl
any line at the
Mosl Reasonable Prices
Fresh Bread
and
Paltry
Fish
Fresh Vegetables
received twice a week
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TELKWA, BULKLEY VALLEY, B.C.
FEDEL'S RESTAURANT
Close by the Bridge
GOOD MEALS
Reasonable Prices
Grand
Trunk
Pacific
Steamships
Leave Prince Rupert for Vancouver,
etc., Mondays and Fridays at 9 p.m.,
Tuesdays at 9;30 p.m.
Service to Stewart, Massett and Lower
Queen Charlotte Island points on application.
Grand Trunk Pacific
Trains leave Smithers for Prince
Rupert Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 7:30 a.m.
Mixed Service beyond.
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY
Fast modern trainsconnectatChicago
with all lines from the West for all
points East.
Through tickets to Europe.
Your choice of rail and ocean lines.
We will be pleased to submit an itinerary for your approval.
W. E. DUPEROW, G.A.P.D.       H. G. SMITH, C.P. & T.A.
527 Granville street, Vancouver
Phone Sey. 8134
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Hubert, B.C.
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ubert bridge is building, and will soon
the river span,
nder the direction of a very able man;
ringing to the dislrid-farmers access to
the Town,
ntrance easy, station handy, market" s*L 1-
their own.
ight has triumphed, foes defeated, nothing
can us slop,
o  the   world proclaim the tidings.—
"HUBERT IS ON TOP."
PURE BRED
Clydesdale Stallion
Royal Diamond Jubilee
10628
Imported
Bred by GEORGE BEAN
West Ballochie, Montrose, Forfarshire
Royal Diamond   j   MourtRojiil
Jubilee n ■ ■    ~
10628 L - Golden Queen
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St. Lawrence by
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Prince of Wales
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Golden Treasure
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Queen of Lyons
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Royal Diamond Jubilee, a beautitul bay with white markings, is a
registered, pure bred imported Clydesdale, and, as the foregoing pedigree shows, a horse that is right royally bred. He is of remarkable good
size combined with plenty of quality, the best of feet and legs well set,
with lots of bone, and when bred on ordinary mares m\\ produce a cross
resulting in a good general purpose horse, suitable for farm or roadwork.
Royal Diamond Jubilee will be permitted to serve a limited number of
approved outside mares at the Hudson Bay Ranch, Bulkley Valley.
Fee, Twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for the season, with the
usual return privilege
Owner R. J. McDONELL, Hudson Bay Ranch, B. C.
All Mares left at Ranch kept free of charge PAGE FOUR
THE HUBERT TIMES
MAY 13, 1914
The Market Town of
the Bulkley Valley
This townsite is well worth a visit sitiiated as it is 09 the
main line of the G. T. P. on the site originally selected by theiij
engineers as the Divisional Point and where it has been decided!
to commence the branch line up the Telkwa to tap the large-
coal and mineral deposits of that district.
The townsite is DRY, LEVEL and has a magnificent outlook, and is only two miles from Round Lake.
A SUBSTANTIAL STATION has already been erected on
the property at the head of Cassiar Street.
A BRIDGE is now in course of construction across the
Bulkley River connecting Hubert with; the celebrated farming
district of Round Lake. ,   ^
HUNDREDS OF LOTS have been sold,
a considerable portion of which was to local
people who intend to build.
BUY NOW
PRICES LOW TERMS VERY EASY
We intend to make as great a success of Hubert
as we did of Fort George.  Come and help us.
The Natural Resources
Security Company, Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
Local Agent
REGINALD LEAKE GALE, J. P.
Hubert and Telkwa
The Oldest Firm in the Bulkley Valley
Reginald Leake Gale, J. P.
DEPUTY MINING RECORDER and FINANCIAL AGENT
Head Office
TELKWA
Sole Agents for Smithers and Telkwa
of
PHOENIX and LONDON   LIVERPOOL and GLOBE
FIRE INSURANCE
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