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VOL. II. NO. 29
HAZELTON, B. C. SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1913
PRICE $2.00 A YEAR
HFJD OF NEW
Popular Government Agent
at Hazelton To Be Auditor-
General of Province
BANOUETTEHY FRIENDS
Citizens Honor Mr. Allison���Appreciation of Valuable Services
Voiced By Many Speakers-
Efficient Staff Congratulates
Efficient Chief on Promotion
(Special to The Miner)
Victoria, Mar. 20:��� Important
government changes were semiofficially announced today. William Allison, government agent
at Hazelton, will be the first
auditor-general under the new
act, while W. J. Goepel, inspector
of offices, will become deputy
minster of finance, succeeding J.
McB. Smith, who, with J. A.
Anderson, provincial auditor, will
-etire by superannuation on April
1. Alfred Hood, chief clerk in
the public works department, will
succeed as auditor. W. U. Run-
nals will succeed Mr. Goepel,
combining the inspectorates of
government offices and trust companies. A number of minor civil
service changes are to be announced later.
Peace In Balkans
Question of Money
London, March 20:���The war
situation remains unchanged.
Peace seems to hinge on the
question of indemnity, which the
Powers decline to submit to Turkey. That country, being bankrupt, could only meet the monetary demands of the allies at the
expense of its bondholders, who
are mainly  English and French.
Austria continues to be a disturbing factor in the negotiations.
CLOSURE WILL BE APPLIED IF
In testimony to the esteem in
which he is-held by the people of
Hazelton, and to show their appreciation of the exceptionally
able manner in which he has administered the affairs of Omineca District as government agent,
a farewell dinner was tendered
to William Allison on the eve of
his departure for Victoria, where
he will take up the duties of his
new and important position.
The dinner took place on Wednesday evening, at the Hazelton
hotel, and proved a very happy
affair, the general regret at the
loss of Mr. Allison's immediate
services being tempered by the
knowledge that his promotion is
the just reward of his valuable
services to the province, and that
his intimate knowledge of the
district will be used for the benefit of the Interior.
Rev. John Field was an efficient chairman. E. H. Hicks Beach
officiating as toastmaster. Responding to the toast of the evening, which was greeted with
hearty applause and musical honors, Mr. Allison expressed his
appreciation of the goodwill
which had been extended to him,
and voiced his regret at leaving
a district which promised so well
ar.d in which . he had made so
many friends. Briefly reviewing the history of Omineca, he
declared his belief-that the speculative stage had passed, and
that the people of the Interior
were about to enter upon a peri-1
od of development and production which would prove to the
world the value of our resources.
Speaking ably to the toast
"Canada," R. DeB. Hovell took
occasion to refer happily to the
guest of the evening, as did R.S.
Sargent, who spoke optimistic-
(Continued ou Pave Six)
Projected Groundhog Deal
The Miner is advised from
Vancouver that negotiations are
still in progress for the Groundhog amalgamation mooted some
time ago. Should the deal be
consummated it will mean a
great deal for the field. R. K.
Lindsay, the well-known financial
operator, who has large interests
in Groundhog, believes there is a
good prospect of the amalgama-
tion going through. The capitalists who are considerating the
proposition have in view the
construction of a railway for the
transportation of the coal, and as
there is plenty of capital behind
the project, they will have no
difficulty in carrying out their
plans should their decision prove
favorable. The outcome will be
awaited with great interest.
Premier Borden Declares Intention of Ending Obstructive
Tactics If Opposition Continues To Hold Up Legislation���Members Defy Speaker   and Disorder Results
FRIEDMANN'S CURE
CONVINCES EXPERTS
German Scientist Administers
Treatment to Hundreds of
Patients  -Favorable Results
New York, March 20:���Dr.
Friedmann, discoverer of the new
treatment for tuberculosis, is
working almost continuously, administering his cure to hundreds
of patients in response to the increasing demands for treatment
by his remarkable method. It is
stated that government experts
are convinced of the value of the
treatment, which bids fair to be
epoch-making. Unprecedented
scenes are witnessed outside the
hospitals in which Dr. Friedmann
works. Hundreds of mothers
come with tears to implore treatment for afflicted sons and
daughters. One Montreal case
is reported already cured.
Ottawa, Mar. 19:���Parliament
adjourned this evening for the
Easter recess. The house will
resume its sessions on Tuesday.
If the opposition renews its
blockading tactics in its effort to
defeat the naval bill, it is intended to apply the closure.
The scenes enacted on Saturday night are said to have been
unprecedented in the history of
the Dominion parliament. In
the absence of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, a number of the Liberal
members resorted to disorderly
methods, and but for the coolness and tact of the premier serious disorder might have resulted.
Several of the opposition members defied the authority of the
speaker.
" We propose to carry out that
for which we have a mandate
from the people of Canada.
Whatever else is done the King's
government must be transacted."
This statement made in a cool
and determined fashion by Premier Borden after the stormy
scenes of the evening, showed
that the government has no intention whatever of departing
from the course that it has followed of pressing through to a
conclusion the naval bill. This
statement of the premier's, combined with the tactful and diplomatic manner in which he
handled the difficult and dangerous situation that arose during
the evening demonstrated as perhaps never before, that the premier is the paramount and the
strongest man in Canadian politics today.
It is believed by many that Sir
Wilfrid will return to the house
next week and that the obstructive tactics of the opposition will
then be dropped, the bill being
allowed to go to a vote within a
reasonable period of time.
Should the blockade continue,
the closure will be applied.
Some Fine Views
Some very artistic and attractive views of Hazelton and vicinity are shown by W.W.Wrathall.
One of the photos, a four plate
view of the town and surroundings, with Rocher de Boule mountain as an effective background,
attracts admiring attention. Mr-
Wrathall returned on Wednesday from the mountain, where
he spent a couple of days taking
views. These will undoubtedly
prove as interesting as his other
pictures and will make attractive
souvenirs.
Premier Departs
(Special to The Miner)
Victoria, Mar. 20:���Sir Richard
McBride left on Tuesday for the
south. After delivering his address at the University of California, he will proceed to Washington to discuss with President
Wilson the proposal to construct
an all-Pacific-coast railway from
Mexico to Alaska. The line in
in this province probably be the
P. G. E.
Assassin Slays
King of Greece
London, Mar. 20:- KingGeorge
of Greece was shot and killed in
the streets of Saloniki yesterday.
His slayer was a Greek of low
mentality, who thought he had
a grievance against the King.
His majesty had been in command of the army since December. He was a son of the late
King Christian of Denmark, and
a brother of Queen Alexandra of
England. The Crown Prince
Constantine, who has proved a
brilliant general in the present
war. succeeds to the throne.
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Another Road Which Proposes To Tap Rich Northern Interior and Yukon
C. P, R. MAY BE BEHIND IT
Jim and Charlie Return
After spreading the good news
of Omineca's wealth among the
people of California, what time
he was not hobnobbing with the
mining magnates of Butte, Jas.
A. Riley returned to Hazelton
on Wednesday, to be warmly
greeted by his friends, which
term includes everybody in the
district for which the genial
James is such a consistent booster. With his arrival and that
of Charlie O'Neill, who is back
from a trip to Chicago, talk of
baseball is inevitable. The
chances of the Tigers capturing
the trophy which is to be offered
for the championship this year
are regarded as excellent.
B. C. Alaska Railway Company
Plans To Build from Lytton To
North via Bulkley Valley-
Talk of Nass-Groundhog Railway and Harriman Interests
Vancouver, March 20:���The B.
C. Alaska railway company will
seek an extension of its charter
to construct a line from Lytton
through to the Naas, via the
Bulkley, with the hope of extending the railway to the Peace
river country and Alaska. It is
rumorer1 here that the C. P. R.
is behind the plan, signifying its
intention not to allow other roads
Lo reap all the advantages of tapping the northern parts of the
province, with their illimitable
resources and great possibilities
of trade development.
Indian Commission
(Special to The Miner)
Victoria, Mar. 20:���For the
commission on Indian affairs, the
provincial government has appointed J. P. Shaw, member for
Kamloops, and D. H. McDowell,
ex-M.P., of Victoria, who gave
excellent service on the provincial commission on insurance a
few years ago. The Dominion
appointees are Dr. McKenna and
Thomas White, K. C, of Shel-
burne, N. S. The four commissioners already appointed will
select the fifth member and will
choose a chairman.
The scope of the commission is
in British Columbia exclusively.
It will have power to enlarge or
reduce reserves. The question
of a general Indian title in crown
or alienated lands is not permitted to be introduced, this, in the
view of the government, having
been mischievously raised.
Lumber Co. Resumes
In preparation for the increase
in the demand for lumber,
which is soon to be expected, the
Interior Lumber Co. has resumed
work, sending a logging crew
out on Tuesday. Stephenson &
Crum say the public may be assured that all demands for lumber of any description will be
met in a satisfactory manner.
The Lumber company is a purely
local concern, turning out first-
class material, and deserving a
continnance of the liberal patronage it has heretofore received.
Groundhog Trail Good
Superintendent Amos Godfrey,
of the B. C. Anthracite, who is
making good time to Groundhog,
telegraphed from Fourth cabin
on Thursday that the trail is in
excellent condition. F. B. Chet-
tleburgh, who is forwarding supplies for the company's crews,
will send in more freight immediately.
For Better Terms
Victoria, Mar. 20:���E. V. Bod-
well, K.C., has been appointed
British Columbia representative
on the better terms commission.
E. P. Davis, K. C, will act as
counsel for the province.
GENERAL MANAGER
TO VISIT DISTRICT
Vice President Donaldson ofi
of Grand Trunk Pacific Willi
Look Things Over
Tariff Rumors
Washington,  Mar. 20:���Presi
dent Wilson will give his person-'
al attention to the revision ofthe'
tariff.    It is believed the new
free list will include farm products, sugar, and lumber.
Morley Donaldson, vice-president and general manager of the
Grand Trunk Pacific, after a conference in Victoria with Sir
Richard McBride and Wm. Man-
son, member for Skeena, proceeded to Prince Rupert, where
he has been engaged for several
days in looking into various projects in which the railway is
interested. The principal topic
of discussion is understood to be
the construction of a scenic road
around Kaien Island. It is believed the government and  the
Vancouver,  Mar.  20: ���The
World says plans for a railway
to run from  the mouth of the
Naas into the Groundhog district,
with ultimate extension to Alaska, are being formed by the Harriman  interests,   which own or
control  large coal areas in
'Groundhog.    Fifty square miles
j are owned by Andrew Laidlaw,
'of the Oregon Short Line, who is
I said to be acting with  the  Harriman interests.
Large Appropriations
(Special  t��� Th,' Miner)
Prince Rupert, Mar. 21:���Wm.
Manson, M. L. A. for Skeena,
has returned from Victoria. Appropriations for roads and trails
i in the interior of the district, he
says, amount to $155,000, includ-
i ing a substantial sum for the
Groundhog trail. Bridge appropriations will  also make a large
, total.
As acting district forester R.E.
Allen is to  have charge of all
railway   will   co-operate  in the forestry surveys and fire protec-
tion work.    An  agricultural  ex-
Importing Song Birds
Vancouver, Mar. 30: ��� Fivel
hundred song birds, selected in
England by Agent-General Tur-
er, will arrive here next week in
a special car. They will be liberated on Vancouver Island.
work, which will cost $150,000.
Before returning to Victoria
and the east. Mr. Donaldson,
accompanied by Q, U. Ryley, the
railway land commissioner, will
visit Hazelton and South Hazelton, when various matters affect- surnmei
ing the interests of this district
will be given consideration.
pert will also be stationed in the
district.
Mr. Manson states also that
the agricultural commission will
visit   the   Interior   during the
The Fishing Industry
London. Mar. 17 :���T h o m a s
Robinson, one of the largest fishing operators in Grimsby, will
sail in April for British Columbia
to act as consulting director of a
new fishing company with large
capital, which will have its base
of operations at Prince Rupert
Bachelors' Dance
Arrangements for the bachelors' dance, which is to be given
on Wednesday evening in Assembly hall are well under way
and the success of the event is
already assured. A strong committee is In charge, and nothing
will be left undone to add to the
enjoyment of those who attend.
Gray's orchestra will be brought
from Prince Rupert to furnish
the jnusic.
The Teslin Stampede
Ten days from Hazelton to Atlin is the record made by John
McPherson, who arrived in the
northern town on Tuesday, leaving on Wednesday morning for
Silver creek, the scorifc of the
latest placer excitement, with a
party of sixty. There is evidently quite a rush to  the new  dis-
False Creek Bylaw Carried
Vancouver. Mar. 15:���The Canadian Northern Railway bylaw,
embodying the agreement concerning False Creek, was ratified
by the citizens of Vancouver by
a vote of 5032 to 1385, a majority of 3647.
A three-fifths majority was
necessary. The result of the
vote was that the measure was
passed by a percentage of 78.4 of
the total votes cast.   Only sixty
Vancouver, Mar. 20:���Sir John
Jackson, whose firm is now engaged in carrying out a $1,800,-
000 contract for improvements to
Victoria harbor, has arrived on a
visit of inspection.
trict.     The Princess  May this
week carried quite a party, near- Per cent was required
ly all of them  being old "Sour
doughs."
On April 1, C. L. Gordon  will
In accordance   with   expectations, the votes cast were many
j ���in fact a record for any bylaw
submitted to the voters.
The polling doubled the 1910
become  moving   picture censor: elections.    Women voters
for the whole of British Columbia.; numerous.
were THE OMINECA MINER, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1913
The Omimeca Miner
Published every Saturday at Hazelton, the Center op the
Great Omineca District of British Columbia.
Macdonald & Rauk, Publishers and Proprietors.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Canada and British Possessions, Two Dollars a
year; Foreign, Three Dollars a year.
��� ADVERTISING RATES: Display, $1.50 per inch per month; Reading
Notices, 15 cents per line for first insertion, 10 cents per line for each subsequent
insertion.        Legal notices inserted at B. C. Gazette rates.
Vol. II.
Saturday, March 22.   1913.
No. 29.
The Omineca Miner lias the largest bona fide circulation of any newspaper in the
Northern Interior of British Columbia.
There was a time when it might have been possible to concede
to the opposition a desire to fight for a principle, the principle of a
"Canadian navy" as opposed to a "Canadian contribution."
When Sir Wilfrid Laurier first invested this alternative with the
glamor of his eloquence there were many who, for national and
patriotic reasons, wavered in their approval of Mr. Borden's proposals. But any unbiassed observer must admit that the bubble
has been pricked. It received its first puncture when Mr. Borden
made his reply and showed that many years must elapse before
Canada could build a navy of her own. It exploded when Mr. Borden read to an astonished house the detailed memoranda forwarded
b; ii:. first lord of tb admiralty. These memoranda followed the
line laid down in the memorable addresses of Mr. Borden and Mr.
Foster; indeed, the prescience of Mr. Foster is remarkable, when
one notices that his magnificent address delivered in the Drill Hall
at Victoria three weeks ago is almost like a paraphrase of the most
important parts of Mr. Churchill's memoranda. The latter clearly
demonstrate that the anticipations indulged in by Mr. Borden have
been more than justified by subsequent inquiries, and that no less
a sum than $75,000,000 would be required to establish a ship building works in Canada complete with all modern requirements for
armoring and equipping, and that an indefinite term of years must
necessarily elapse before the keel of the first Dreadnought could be
laid. No wonder that these memoranda have created consternation in the Liberal camp; they demolish the Liberal argument. In
the face of this cold-blooded, definite statement of figures and estimates, it is amusing to read of politicians of the caliber of Mr.
Emmerson criticizing Mr. Churchill and denouncing him for "interfering in Canadian politics." This is the insolence of the
cheap politician which arouses the contempt of thinking men. Mr.
Emmerson and those who act with him would better serve their
purpose by testing the credibility of Mr. Churchill's figures than
by rhetorically denouncing them. Unless they can prove that he
is wrong, they must either abandon their opposition to Mr. Borden's proposals or admit that they are not sincere in their expressed wish to aid Imperial defence. There is no other way out of
the dilemma in which their fatuous opposition has landed them,
and since both the political parties have voted in favor of the expenditure of a sum of $35,000,000, the only logical vote is a vote
for spending it in the only way in which it is practicable to attain
the result aimed at. The result of the present " impasse " can
only be to strengthen the determination of the government to carry
the bill against all odds, and to place the Liberal opposition in the
position of having fought under cover for a policy which has been
demolished, not by argument, but by the inexorable logic of facts.
���Week.
Would Benefit Prospectors
Work of prospecting is the basis
of the mining industry yet few
prospectors have sufficient knowledge of mineralogy and geology
to get the maximum good out of
their efforts. The most experienced men are constantly finding
minerals and rocks they cannot
identify. They should be able
to send these to an expert for
free identification and for an
opinion as to their possible value,
for a prospector is usually unable
to employ a mining engineer to
examine every puzzling rock or
mineral he may find. Moreover
there are certain rocks much
more likely to contain ores than
others. A geological survey
should point out the regions in
which favorable formations are
found, thus enabling prospectors
to concentrate their efforts in
promising localities, and to abandon useless work in others.-^Ex.
Mills states that 25,000,000 feet
of lumber will be exported by his
company to Australia and South
African ports during the next six
months. The steamer Strathtay
will shortly load 3,000,000 feet of
lumber for Melbourne and the
schooner Aloha will load 2,500,-
000 feet for Sydney, N. S. W.
Three more steamers have been
chartered to load lumber during
June and July, while another
three will come up the river in
August, September and October.
Exporting Much Lumber
NewWestminster, Mar.17: The
tallest ship in the British Empire,
the steel bark, Dumfriesshire, is
now loading lumber at the Canadian Western Lumber Mills
after having passed easily under
the high power wires on the
Fraser river bridge. The ship
will sail for Cape Town, South
Africa, with 2,500,000 feet of
lumber.
Th�� manager of  the  Fraser
All Must Register
The voters lists of the province
have been cancelled and new
lists are being prepared. Applications for registration must
be filed before April 7 with the
registrar of voters. In this district the necessary declarations
may be made before any justice
of the peace, notary public, commissioner for taking affidavits,
provincial constable, government
agent, assessor, mining recorder,
deputy mining recorder, postmaster or Indian agent. Every
voter, no matter how long his
name has been on the list, is required to register anew. The
court of revision will be held on
May 19.
Fresh Ranch Eggs at Sargent's. Also case eggs from 35c
up.   All good.
LAND NOTICES
Hazelton Land District.     District of
Coast, Range V.
Take notice that J. D. Wells of Kitselas, miner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
northeast corner of L. 1435, marked "J.
D.W.'s N.W. cor." thence south 20
chains, east 20 chains, north 20 chains,
west 20 chains to point of commencement and containing 40 acres,
Jan. 23, 1913. 31 J. D. Wells.
Omineca Land District.   District of
Cassiar.
Take notice that Donald Clacher of
Kitsumkalum, B.C., occupation farmer,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of lot 833, thence
40 chains west, 20 chainB south, 40
chains east, 20 chains north, to point
of commencement, containing 80 acres
more or less. Donald Clacher.
February 12, 1913. 36
Hazelton Land District   District of
Coast, Range 5.
Take notice that Donald A. McNeill
of Kitselas, saw mill manager, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of lot 1433, thence
20 chainssouth, 20 chains east, 20 chains
north, 20 chains west back to point of
commencement and containing 40 acres.
Jan. 10, 1913. Donald A. McNeill.
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Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and BritiBh Columbia
Land Surveyors
Offices at Victoria, Nelson, Fort George
and Hazelton.
B. C. Affleck, Mgr. Hazelton Office.
Stephenson & Crum
Undertakers and
Funeral Directors
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WJE are in the midst of taking stock and find several broken
lines to be sold to your advantage, including Ladies', Men's and
Children's Shoes and Underwear.
Special attention to Shipping Cases
Hazelton, B. C.
A. Chisholm
General  Hardware
Builders'   Material
Miners'   Supplies
Hazelton, B. C.
New Line of
SPRING GOODS
Received
Ladies'Hose, Underwear, etc.
Gloves, Ginghams, Art Muslin, Outing Flannels. All at
right prices.
New Line of
STETSON HATS
Received
New shades and shapes
Spring Caps
Cashmere, Lisle and Cotton
Half Hose.
Time To Think of Your
GARDEN SEEDS
We Have Them Direct from the Seed Houses
Our Grocery Dept.
Hay
is complete with fresh goods, including
Mill Feed
Butter,   Cheese,   Oranges,   Apples,
Oats
Lemons, Onions.
Wholesale and Retail
ARGENT,
General Merchant
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YOUR LAST CHANCE
is nearly gone. The Railway is rapidly approaching this District and your chances of making big
money are
DISAPPEARING
fast.   Good land is still to be had from $9 to $20
per acre.   Grasp your opportunity now.
DON'T BE
one of those who lose the chance of making a
"stake" by consulting me
TOO LATE
REGINALD LEAKE GALE, J. P.
Deputy Mining Recorder   ;   Real Estate Agent
TELKWA,   BULKLEY VALLEY,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
AGENT      British Columbia Life Assuraace Co.
FOR Phoenix and Liverpool, London & Globe Fire offices
Gould's Pumps and Hydraulic Machinery
Cary's Safes -:- Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent
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Sash and Door Factory
Full stock of all kinds and sizes of Window Sash, Doors, Office Fixtures,
Interior Finishing on hand and made to order. Large stock of Lumber
and Building Materials, Tinsmithing, Plumbing and Steamfitting.
Job and Shop Work a Specialty. Plans and Specifications.
Stephenson & Crum
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Hazelton
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"UP-TO-DATE"  CANDY
Just Arrived.
A large assortment of fresh candy.     This includes
COWAN'S    LOWNEY'S     ZIEGLER'S     CADBURY'S
and TOBLER'S
PRICES RIGHT
QUALITY, the BEST
The Up-To-Date" Drug Stores
I EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE 1
L D. Fulton, Mgr., Hazelton and New Hazelton
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The Miner is $2 a year.
Provincial Elections Act
NOTICE is hereby given that the List of Voters for the/ Skeena
Elee tori al District has been cancelled, and tbat applications to be placed
on the Voters' List will be received at my office at the Government
Buildings, Prince Rupert, B. C, where printed forms of affidavit to be
used in support of an application to vote will be supplied.
The list of persons claiming to vote will be suspended from and
after the 7th day of April, 1913, and a Court of Revision will be held on
the 19th day of May 1913, and notice of objections to the insertion of any
name on the register of voters must be given to mo thirty clear days
before the holding of the Court of Revision.
Dated this 3rd day of March, 1913.
J. H. McMULLIN,
Registrar of Voters for the Skeena Electoral District
FARM LANDS
along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway in Central British Columbia. Every mile of railroad construction
adds to the value of the land. Buy before the completion
of the railroad.
NORIH COAST UND COMPANY, Ltd.
Suite 622 Metropolitan Building
vm ��p cpiui $i,soo.ooo. VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Ingineca Hotel
McDonell & McAfee, Props.
The only family hotel in the district.      Private  dining rooms.
Night and day restaurant.     Modem conveniences.
Reasonable rates.    Good Stable in connection.
Hazelt.
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Choicest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
always on hand.
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THE OMINECA MINER. SATURDAY. MARCH 22. 1913.
Answers the Challenge of the New North
Official
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Trunk
Pacific
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Center
for the Immense
Omineca
District
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The Heart of the Northwestern Interior of British Columbia, a district larger
than the six New England states combined and much richer in Natural Resources
Permanent railway station completed
Large portion of the townsite cleared
The main streets and many others graded
Several buildings in process of construction
Many others contracted for ^
First class hotel to be erected immediately
License applied for
High level bridge assured
Electric light and water plant to be built
Very Few Business Lots Remaining.
Select Yours While You Have the Chance.
Plans and further particulars at office of
ALDOUS & MURRAY
HAZELTON, B. C.
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Agents For
W. J. Sanders, Fiscal Agent, 64 Leigh-Spencer Bldg., Vancouver.
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THE OMINECA MINER, .SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1013
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MEN'S WEAR
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Boots and Shoes
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A.M. RUDDY
Forwarding
Cartage and
Express Service
Care and Despatch
Wood for Sale
Office at
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Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Brokers
Aldermere, B. C.
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2 Fire,   Life,   Accident and  Employer's  Liability Insurance,  j!
j We represent the best companies.	
I Wc Can Locate You On a Good Pre-emption Near the G. T. P.
! If you desire information about the Bulkley Valley Write Us.
Open for Business
All Furnishings New
I EUROPEAN PLAN
I Rates:
| Rooms $1.00       Beds 50c
| Geo. C. Hartley, Proprietor
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ED. V. McBETH
Successor to Union Transfer
and Storage Co.
Freighting Contractor
All Classes of Freight Handled with Care and Despatch
Hay and Oats for Sale.    Office at Omineca Hotel
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Ready for building, delivered
in the New Town.
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Before building, get prices from us for all kinds of
ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER
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Interior Lumber Company
Hazelton
Union S.S. Company of
of B\ C, Ltd.
The Reliable Steamer
"Camosun"
Arrives at Prince Rupert
from,. Vancouver on every
TUESDAY morning and sails
for Vancouver every WEDNESDAY at 2 p.m.
The "Camosun" has the
largest and most comfortable
rooms of any steamer on this
route.
J. H. ROGERS, Agent, Prince Rupert
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Through service to bouth via Thursday's No. 1
G.T. P. Railway
No. 1 leaves South Hazelton at 9:49 a.m.
Thursdays and Sundays.   Thursday's train
connecting at Prince Rupert with the
GW
Palatial Twin Screw Steamer
"PRINCE RUPERT"
For
Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle
Sailing from Prince Rupert 9 a. m. FRIDAYS
D  'r I/tl n   Maintains two weekly service to Port Simpson, Naas,
I fluCC JOllfl   Stewart. Granby Bay and Queen Charlotte Islands.
IF YOU GO EAST this winter let us arrange your routing. Choice of best
trains connecting :it Chicago with the Grand Trunk Railway System The
Double Track Route I'ur Toronto, Montreal, Huston, New York and all
Eastern points. Can quote cheap rates. Ninety days going limit; nine
months return, Agent   for all Atlantic Steamship Lines.        For full in
formation, reservations, tickets, etc., apply to
A. E. McMASTER. General Agent, PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
THE INLAND EXPRESS CO.
STAGE
ONE DAY
Passenger and
Express Service
Laves Hazelton Mondays and
Thursdays at 7:30 a. m.
Leaves  Aldermere Tuesdays
and Fridays at 7:30 a. m.
TICKETS AT
Hudson's Bay Company
Hazelton. B. C.
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Business
Stationery
If It Is To Be Printed
Have It Done By The
Miner
Print
Shop
TEAM
and Cutter
For Hire
E. J. HILL
At PANTORIUM, Hazelton
Skeena Laundry
Lea Ling, Prop.
Our Work is Good and our Rates
Reasonable.
Baths In Connection
Call and Bee us.       Next door to
Telegraph office.
"Everything in Canvas"
Prince Rupert Tent and Awning Co.
Prince Rupert. K.C
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Rough and Dressed
LUMBER
By Carload or in Smaller Lots
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Miner Advertisements Bring Results
F.O.B. Andimaul
Prices On Application
I). RANKIN,
Andimaul, B. C.
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The World's Doings in Brief
News Notes from Many Sources
Oxford won the annual boat
race with Cambridge.
Territorial legislation has given the franchise to women in
Alaska.
The United States congress
has been called for a special session beginning April 7.
Approximately two thousand
miles of railway are under construction in British Columbia.
A crowded street car ran away
in Calgary, jumping the track
and injuring thirty passengers.
Floods are expected along the
lower Yukon, as a consequence
of the unusually heavy snowfall.
The London Citizen, a labor
organ, asserts that an attempt
was made last week to burn the
British Museum.
The B. C. Fisheries Co., at
Prince Rupert, expects to employ five hundred men during
the coming season.
E. V. Bodwell, K. C, of Victoria, has been appointed to represent the province on the better terms commission.
Chief Justice Meredith, of
Ontario, has ruled that an election bet cannot be collected
through the courts.
The statistician of the Greenwood Ledge says there is one
automobile to every eighty persons in British Columbia.
The Duke and Duchess of Connaught and Princess Patricia are
sailing today from Halifax for
England, where they will remain
for some time.
Following the arrest of the
Japanese steward of the Mexico
Maru, at Tacoma, 248 tins of
smuggled opium were seized by
customs officers.
Militant suffragettes broke up
a meeting of their sisters who
are trying to secure the franchise
by constitutional methods, at
Gateshead, England.
Joseph Brucker, a German balloonist, will leave the Canary
Islands about April 12, in an attempt to cross the Atlantic to
South America in a balloon.
Contractors say G. T. P. steel
will be laid from the east to Fort
George by next fall. Over 1,000
men will be added to the construction forces on that section.
The whaler Karlu<:k, which is
to carry the Canadian exploring
expedition, under Stefansson, to
Arctic waters, is on its way to
Esquimalt, where the party will
embark.
The New York Yacht club has
declined to accept Sir Thomas
Lipton's challenge for a race for
the America cup. The objection
was to the 75-foot water-line
limitation.
A patient treated by Dr. Friedman, the day before leaving Berlin for America, has so far recovered from tuberculosis of the
knee as to walk without crutches,
which he previously required.
The British steamer Lugano,
with 116 passengers and a million dollar cargo of silk, went
ashore off the Florida coast. The
passengers were taken off, but it
is feared the vessel and cargo
may be lost.
Roosevelt is charged by Mexican deputies with participation
in a plot for the partition of
Mexico into several smaller republics. The Colonel considers
the charge too preposterous to
deserve reply.
According to late reports, more
than ninety persons were killed
and scores severely injured in an
electrical storm which swept
over parts of Georgia, Alabama.
Tennessee.ILouisiana, Mississippi
and Texas last week.
An eastern despatch says an
an English contracting firm will
be given the work of improving
the harbors at Vancouver and
Victoria and constructing a dry-
dock one thousand feet long, at
a cost of $20,000,000.
Alice Stevenson, a London suffragette, was on Saturday sentenced to nine month's imprisonment for placing fluid phosphorous in a letter box. Under another name 3he had previously
served four months for breaking
windows.
If You Want To Be_   "    1
LOCATED ON GOOD LAND
In the famous Francois Lake
Farming District
Come  and  see us, li miles west
of North Francois Lake P. O.
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j      Eight Years In the District.
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WMJENCING
THE best and cheapest woven
* and barb wire fencing in the
west���Lawn Fencing���Pipe Iron
Driveway or Barnyard Gates���
durable and inexpensive.
Orders   filled   or information
cheerfully given.
F. ARTHUR HANKIN
Glen Meadow Ranch
Hazelton, B. C.
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SMOKE
the BELLA RUPERT
and REGAL Cigars
For Sale at all Stores
Made from the best Imported tobaccoi,
seasoned 4 and 5 years. Union made, and
a Prince Rupert Industry.
REGAL CIGAR FACTORY
BOX 39 PRINCE RUPERT
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Garde & Kennaugh
CIVIL and MINING ENGINEERS
Suite 1, Federal Block, 3rd Avenue.
The estimated amount which
the British House of Commons is
to be asked to appropriate this
year for expenditure on the British army is $141,100,000, against
$139,300,000 last year. The sum
of $1,170,000 is to be devoted to
aviation.
London advices say the Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.,
one of the chief shipping concerns in the east, aims at the
establishment of a direct route
from Port Arthur and Fort William to Liverpool, with a view of
handling a large share of the
transatlantic grain traffic.
Surveying, Estimates, Flans,  Reports
and Blue Prints, Expert Drafting.
Designing of Power and Mining Plants.
P. O. Box 70.   prinCe Rupert, B. C.
J. A. LeRoy
J. Nation
Hotel Winters
Cor.   Abbott and Water Streets
Vancouver
European Plan $1.00 to $2.60
Rooms with Baths.    Hot and Cold
Water.     Steam Heated.
Motor Bus Meets All Boats and
Trains.
Commercial Printing���The Miner
Print Shop.
SMOKE THE NEW CIGARS
e Baron and Viscount
A PRODUCT OF B. C.
2",hse*u GALENA CLUB
Haze! ton's
Favorite
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SHEET IRON, TIN and COPPER WORK
of every description
PLUMBING and IRON PIPE WORK
Galvanized Iron Air Pipes and Other Mining Work A Specialty
Promptness and Satisfaction Guaranteed
K. K. McLauchlin & Co., Hazelton
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HAZELTON
HOTEL
Largest and Newest Hotel
in Hazelton
Ernest  Walsh,  an   English
chemist, has invented a remarkable machine gun which is discharged by gas, will send projec-j
tiles five miles and the projectiles I
set on fire anything they strike.
THE MOST MODERN and convenient stopping-place for mining
men, commercial men and the traveling
public generally.
Courteous Attention and Good Cuisine.
The best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THE OMINECA MINER. SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1913
PAQflHNE ENriNPQ Simplicity and Guarantee
UAOULllU Elllllnfij Economy Reliability Durability
For gas, gasoline, naptha, kerosene, distillate or alcohol. Vertical
or horizontal types; air, water or hopper cooled; 'stationary, skidded
or portable.    Sizes: From I to 50 h.p.; Tractors from 12 to 45 h.p.
Once there lived a Farmer who had a Son. And
the Boy was a Husky. He would walk away under
the Biggest Hay Cock in the Field and come up with
his Hair parted. The Farmer figured it out that
there was no need of Agricultural Machines as long
as the Human Hayloader Responded to the Bacon
Call in the morning. The only Difference between
the Boy and the Work Horses was that the Boy
slept in the House.
The Farmer was stepping on his own Halter Rope.
He made the big Fellow pump Water by Hand and
spread Manure with a Fork, because Grain Hooks
were made before Binders. The way Father had
mangled Farm Work back in the Days of Bull Run
was good enough for Sonny. Frankly, there were
Grey Hairs in his Logic.
About the Time Old Man needed him most, the
Boy got Wise to the Fact that the First of July was
a Bum Day to start Haying and got a Job driving
Stakes for a Circus. And the Farmer is still wondering why the Boy left Home.
Moral: Because a Boy has a strong Back you
can't make a Donkey of him.
WHY SEND BELOW?
Let us convince you that we
CARRY IN STOCK
the most complete line in
FARM MACHINERY
WAGONS        SLEIGHS
BUGGIES
HARNESS & SADDLERY
Immediate Shipments
Easy Terms
Machines with an 1. H. C.
Standard of Excellency
and Durability.
Do You Need
any
REPAIRS
WRITE   US  FOR
THE PARTS
REQUIRED
Repairs for I. H. C.
machinery  carried
in stock.
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HAZELTON, B. C.
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QUALITY STORE
H1GH1SST MARKET  PRICES  PAID
FOR   FURS
Fresh
VEGETABLE
and FLOWER
_ SEEDS  _
C. V. SMITH
GENERAL MERCHANT
HAZELTON
Local and Personal
L.   L.   DeVoin   returned    on
: Thursday from his Chicken Lake
E. J. Hill has returned from a ranch.
visit to his Chicken Lake land.    I    A. M. Ruddy reterned yester-
Chief Constable Gammon and;day from a trip to the  upper
Officer Mclnnes left on Thursday' Bulkley.
with five prisoners consigned to s    Phil Hankin and John Veale
New Westminster jail for  minor \ are preparing for a trip to the
offenses.
W. E. Bradwin, representing
Storey & Campbell, of Vancouver, was in town during the
week. He says the demand for
harness is excellent.
Rev. W. J. Petter went to Ter-
Latest Jewelry Novelties in Gold' race on Thursday, to relieve Rev.
and Silver.   High grade watches, j Mr.  Marsh  of that town,   who
Watch Repairing.
O. A. RAGSTAD,    Hazelton
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W. It. LOVE
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Stock of Electrical Fittings
carrkd, also Gasoline
Engines and Fittings
I "Electrician
j Contracting and Supplies.   Tele-
\     phone equipment a specialty.
)   LET US QUOTE ON ELECTRIC OUTFITS
!    PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
) P.O. Ilox 957   -   3rd Ave.
E. A. Lucas
F. G. T. Lucas
LUCAS & LUCAS
Barristers and Solicitors
Rooms 71-7-1 Exchange Building
112 Hastings St.. W.
Vancouver, ". C.
has been ordered by his physicians to take a complete rest.
James Morgan, an Ootsa Lake
rancher, with Mrs. Morgan and
their two children, arrived in
Hazelton on Monday, and will
reside here during the summer.
They are accompanied by Miss
Griffin.
Men and supplies are being
sent' into the Omineca river
district by the'-Roval Standard
Investment Co., a Vancouver
concern which owns a number of
placer leases, which will be oper-
new Teslin diggings.
R. J. McDonell has returned
from a visit to Telkwa, accompanied by his son George.
L. H. McLean waF a passenger
on Thursday's westbound train
He is going to Toronto for a two-
months' visit.
W.W. Kerr left on Thursday
for Vancouver. He will return
shortly with a carload of horses
for the local market.
J. D. Henderson, a Vancouver
real estate man, is paying Hazelton a visit. He will leave shortly for a trip to Fraser Lake.
R. S. Heddle, the Aldermere
blacksmith, spent a couple of
days in town, leaving on Thursday for a business trip to Vancouver.
G. A. Rosenthal returned on
Saturday from a visit to the coast
cities.   He spent several weeks
Telephone Seymour eOS
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STATIONERS &  PRINTERS
I ated this season.
The official announcement of Iat Belle Isle hot sPrin*s- and his
! the railway divisional point at | health is much improved.
! Mile 22G.5, just east of Chicken
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| Lake, has been made.   The town
I is to be called Smithers, in honor
+ of the chairman  of  the  railway
company's board of directors.
Road   Superintendent   W.  J.
'collects* ,iii<l Engineers' Supplies x
i. Kodaks, Loose Leaf Systems 3
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��� Carr returned yesterday trom  a
Mines and Mining visittoTelkwa-   He has made
__ plans for early work on the roads.
endeavor to  keep  them
good   condition   during   the
Goo I Properties for sale ��� Cash or on  and wi
Bond,       Development and
Assessment Work.
Carr Brothers
Six Years In This District.
Huaeltuu,  II. C.
Be Careful in
Shoe Buying
Carelessness is a Fault. One
who is careless in shoe buying
always pays dearly for it. The
more .\ought you give to the
requirements of your feet, the
more you will appreciate the
high qualities found in
"INVICTUS"
FOOTWEAR
& Rock
in
spring, which is the most difficult season for freighting,
T. F. Stephenson, who is working a small crew on the Iron
f | Mask group on Four-mile hill, reports a showing of one foot of
excellent ore on the Comet." D.
L. Purvis and James Dier are
are associated with him in the
ownership of this promising
property.
R. J. Rock says there is a possibility that his brother Graham,
Hazelton's star pitcher of two
year's ago, may join the Hazelton
Tigers    this   season,
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Sole Agents
Hazelton,  B. C.
New Millinery
Miss M. A. Barbeau, of Prince
Rupert, will display a handsome
stock of Millinery in the store
formerly occupied by Sargent &
Haller on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday next.
HEAD OF NEW
(Continued trom Page One)
ally in response to the toast
" British Columbia." Asa pioneer, E. C. Stephenson was well
qualified to speak for " Omineca
District," as he did in happy
vein, while F. C. McKinnon
evoked applause in his address
on "Our Mines." Congratulations on his promotion and re
grets for his departure were ex-
although I tended to Mr. Allison by all the
Charlie O'Neill, who saw Graham; speakers, among whom were
working with the Seattle players, IJ- M- MacCormick, J. W. Davis,
says the popular player is likely jA- R- Macdonald, G. H. Graham,
to figure in coast games this year, jH- H-  Little-   Walter Noel and
 i F. B. Chettleburgh.
Ladies'and children's hose at;    Adding to the pleasant nature
Sargent's,
date.
All
Stationery,   Photo  Supplies,
Gramophones, Developing
and Printing.
W. W. WRATHALL
Hazelton
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new and up-to- of the dinner were entertaining
i songs   by   F.  B.   Chettleburgh,
linmm^^ ��|H- H- Little and H>W- SharPe-
and an amusing story by W. H.
Burken.
"Auld Lang Syne" and the
National Anthem closed the
evening.
Staff Show* Esteem
A gift which  Mr. Allison will
regard with appreciation is the
handsome tea  tray,   bearing  a
suitable inscription,  which was
presented to him by the staff of
the government office on Wednesday.   In ma!-ing the presentation, the members of the staff
expressed   their unanimous  regret in the   severance  of   the
pleasant relations between them
j and their chief, while congratu-
j lating him upon his appointment
to a still more important position, and wishing him continued
; success in the public service.
I   A full Assort-
S   ment of
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A Special Meeting of all interested in the above will be held
on Monday evening, March 24,
at 8 o'clock, in the rooms over
the drugstore. Business important. J. H. Hetherington,
Secretary,
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We expect the balance of our Walk-Over shipment to
arrive this week when we will show the smartest
styles in both ladies' and men's Boots and Shoes.
Tills shows t new room with the BEAVER.
BOARD LcaJiK i.tailt.l to the itud-im*. The a,.,k
tt va-ilf an.! muidly dune, witLv.ul ibt litlcf ��iul
cuthuioL wf kit. anil pbuux
This shows bow tbe room looks when finished.
It Biniii jts but one of very many artiitk schemes
of .icsip;.: ...mi decoration uowifjlc wiUi UfcAVfcK
HOARD walk jukI ixiliiu*.
Use PEAVER DOARD for the Walls and Ceilings
of Your New or Remodeled Building
IT costs less than lath and plaster, lumber, or metal; is more quickly
and easily put up; is durable, sanitary and artistic.
It will not crack, chip or deteriorate with age; it deadens sound,
keeps out heat and cold, retards fire, and resists strain or vibration.
Made entirely of selected woods, reduced to fibrous form and pressed into panels of uniform thickness, with
handsome pebbled surface. Made in convenient sizes for every purpose. Small quantities furnished for making
many decorative and useful household articles.   Full instructions for application.
House Furnishings
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We Keep This Department Always Up To the Mark.
We have a splendid assortment of Hearth Rugs and
Carpet Squares.
Very attractive patterns in Linoleums and Oil Cloths
at $1.00 and $1.25 per yard.
Cream stripe Scrim for Curtains 35c per yard,  also
with red and green flowered border 25c per yard.
White Lace Curtains from $1.50 up.
We have a very complete stock of
White Laces, Insertions, and Embroideries
in all widths
Nicely trimmed Nuns Veiling Dresses for Children at
$1.75 and $2.00
Ladies' Flannelette Nightgowns in stripe and in white,
with pink trimming, $1.50 and $2.00.
Ladies' Black Elastic Belts with Fancy Buckles.
Ladies' Side Combs and Barrettes.
Grocery Dept.
We aim to keep this department up to the mark in both
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Fresh Brookfield and New Zealand Butter 40c a lb.
Fresh Brookfield Eggs, arrived this week, 50c a doz.
Candled Eastern Eggs 35c a doz.
A shipment of Edam Cheese, very choice stock.
Fresh Fish twice a week.
Trail Supplies Our Specialty
We   Have   Everything   Necessary
Established 1870
R. Cunningham & Son, Ltd.
HAZELTON, B. C
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