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VOL. II, NO. 30
HAZELTON, B. C. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1913
PRICE $2.00 A YEAR
ADRIANOPLE TAKEN
BY BULGARIAN ARMY
City Captured Wednesday After
Desperate Fighting ��� Turkish
Commander Commits Suicide
London, Mar. 26:��� R e p o r t s
from credible sources state that
the city of Adrianople was captured this morning by Bulgarian
forces. Fighting of the most
terrible character has prevailed
about the beleaguered city'since
Monday, when the failure of
peace negotiations brought about
the resumption of hostilities.
Flames are now devastating the
city, covering with a pall of
smoke scenes of carnage seldom
paralleled. There was tremendous loss of life. The Turkish
commander-in-chief at Adrianople committed suicide when the
attacking forces made their entrance into the city.
New Government Agent
S. H. Hoskins, mining recorder
and assessor at Nelson, is to be
government agent at Hazelton,
in succession to W. Allison, who
receives the appointment of
auditor-general. Mr. Hoskin is
expected to assume his new duties
next week. His place in Nelson
will be taken by S. S. Jarvis,
senior clerk at Hazelton, who
leaves next week to take up his
new duties. George Milburn,
formerly one of the Hazelton
staff, arrived yesterday, earning
overland from the government
office at Fort Fraser. He takes
the senior clerk's position here.
Lord Wolseley Dead
London, Mar. 27:���Field Marshal Lord Wolseley died today at
Mentone, France. The funeral
will take place at St. Paul's, London, on Monday next. Lord
Roberts and Lord Kitchener will
be among the pall-bearers. One
of Lord Wolseley's first commands was the Red River expedition, which suppressed the first
Northwest rebellion.
THOUSANDS DROWNED
Bachelors' Dance A*
Brilliant Success
Many successful dances have
been held in Hazelton, but on
Wednesday evening, when the
Bachelors of the town entertained, Assembly Hall was the scene
ofthe most brilliant and enjoyable affair of the kind ever held
here.
By the efforts of an energetic
committee, the large hall was
transformed into a beautiful ballroom, the elaborate yet tasteful
decorations reflecting the greatest credit upon the Bachelors,
who spared neither time nor expense in preparing for the dance.
The largest crowd of dancers
of the season taxed the capacity
of thelall, enjoying to the utmost the excellent music furnished by Gray's orchestra,
which came from Prince Rupert
especially for the dance.
It was after four when the
dancers dispersed, all greatly
pleased with the affair.
Friedmann Patients Improve
Toronto, Mar. 24:���All the
tuberculosis sufferers who received treatment from Dr. Friedmann a week ago Friday have
been warned and cautioned a-
gainst making known the facts
to the public. Dr. CauKield of
the pathology department of the
Toronto university was seen this
morning.
" Have you any case that you
can name as showing marked
progress?"
"All are showing improvement, but we cannot say that
they are cured," was his answer.
We have them all under strict
supervision and so-far there is
not one that does not feel, to
some extent, better, but that is
a long way from a cure. It will
be another ten days yet before
we can make a recapitulation,
but in the meantime we are extremely hopeful."
Vancouver, Mar. 27:���Hon. Dr.
Young returner1 today from his
northern trip. He did not reach
the Teslin diggings and is silent
about the reported strike,
BULKLEY VALLEY
FARMERS TO MEET
A general meeting of the Bulk-
ley Valley Agricultural Aspocia-
tion and Farmers' Institute will
be held oil Saturday, April 12, at
1:30 p. m., in Svensdn's hall,
Telkwa. Considerable important business is to be transacted
including the fixing of a date for
the fall fair and the appointment
of a cpmmittee on arrangements.
Arrangements are also to be
made for the proposed conference with the agricultural commission, which will visit the Valley during the summer.
A resolution dealing with the
question of government loans to
farmers will be presented.
T. J. Thorp, the energetic secretary of the organization, states
that there is on hand at Aider-
mere a supply of stumping powder, caps and fuse which may be
obtained by members.
Largely through the efforts of
the association, and Mr. Manson,
the government has decided to
station an agricultural expert in
the district this season, a step
which will undoubtedly prove of
great benefit to the farmers.
Britain Holds Her Own
London, Mar. 27:���Winston
Churchill, in presenting the naval estimates in parliament, said
Great Britain will build two extra ships for every one built by
Germany. The Canadian ships
will be placed in a mobile Imperial squadron. The attitude of
the Canadian Liberals was y.e
cause of much debate, in which
Churchill triumphed.
Storm, Flood, and Fire Convert City of Dayton Into an Inferno ��� Other Cities in Ohio and Indiana Suffer ��� Two
Hundred and Fifty Thousand Homeless ��� Canadian
Cities Respond to Appeal for Assistance
Chicago, Mar. 26:���Indiana
and Ohio have been swept by the
worst storms in the history of
these states. In the resulting
floods many towns have been
submerged, while Dayton is devastated.
The drowned and killed in all
the cities may exceed ten thousand. Over a quarter of a million are homeless.
Dayton was a marine inferno
with fires starting from bursting
oil tanks. It is impossible to
picture the scenes of horror.
Families are clinging to roofs
and trees. Many in outlying districts are without food. The
Miami river is a raging torrent.
Four hundred children were
drowned in one school. Disorder
is rampant and troops have been
called out.
Loss of life is reported from
the cities of Hamilton, Sidney,
Peru, Deleware, Middleton, Fremont, Newcastle, Lafayette, Indianapolis, Miamisburgh and
Noblesville.
President Wilson has issued an
appeal for aid in the national
calamity.
In Nebraska, on Sunday, a tornado destroyed part of Omaha,
with a loss of two hundred killed
and five hundred injured, four
hundred homes being wrecked.
Columbus, 0., Mar. 27:���The
floods are abating, but fires continue to rage in Dayton. A blizzard adds to the sufferings of
the refugees and the difficulties
of the rescuers. Ohio's loss of
life is estimated to reach at least
two thousand, and may exceed
five thousand. The property
loss exceeds $100,000,000. The
loss of life so far reported at
Dayton is about one thousand,
with a property loss of $50,-
000,000.
Indiana also suffered heavily,
hundreds of lives being lost and
$20,000,000 damage done to property. Several women in Peru,
Indiana, crazed by their sufferings, committed suicide by leaping from the rescuing boats. In
Peru at least five hundred lives
were lost. Every flooded town
is a scene of horror; but Dayton
I is the worst of all.
Many Canadian cities have
isent supplies to the homeless,
the government cancelling the
duty on such commodities.
Alderman Bullock-Webster, of
Prince Rupert, has presented to
the Hazelton branch of the Overseas club a handsome portrait of
the King, which was much admired on Wednesday evening,
when it was displayed at the
Bachelors' dance.
New York, Mar. 28: Conditions in Ohio and Indiana are reported much improved; but
Wheeling, West Virginia, is in
grave danger of a flood, as the
Ohio is rising rapidly.
The lower portion of Albany is
flooded by the swollen Hudson.
Floods penetrate Pennsylvania,
and twenty persons are reported
drowned at Sharon. Four perished at Wheeling.
The sleet storm ravaged the
Atlantic coast from^Jew York to
Montreal. All wires are clown
inland to Buffalo.
Frankfort, Ky., Mar. 28;���The
Kentucky river is higher than at
any time in the past twenty
years, causing grave fears of
disaster.
Toronto, Mar. 27:���The city
was struck yesterday by the
worst storm of the winter, which
continues today. The city is
practically isolated. Traffic is
blockaded here and in many
parts of Ontario.
Road and Bridge
Crews Begin Work
Superintendent Carr has already begun his season's  work.
Ed. Mullen has been sent with
a small crew to rebuild the bridge
over Canyon creek, on the
Groundhog trail near the Fourth
Cabin. Another crew, under
Dan McKinnon, has started to
repair the wagon bridges on the
main Bulkley road. Many of
these require attention. H. E.
Bodine has taken a crew of Jmen
to Tatla lake, to begin work on
the Silver creek wagon road,
which will allow Omineca river
and Manson creek miners to
transport heavy machinery to the
placer district. The superintendent is examining the road
between Hazelton and the Valley towns, with a view to beginning road work as soon as conditions will allow. In the meantime, necessary repairs to the
sidewalks of the town are being
made.
LAURIER AGREES TO
PASSAGED SUPPLY
Opposition Leader Raises Blockade Pro Tern ��� Government
Determined to Pass Naval Bill
Ottawa, Mar. 25:���As predicted, the opposition today agreed
to the passage of supply in lump,
pending the renewal of the naval controversy. Premier Borden
and Sir Wilfrid Laurier today
held a conference in which the
Liberal leader agreed to the passage of a fraction���one-sixth���of
the estimates, that being sufficient to carry on the affairs of the
country until June. This is taken to mean that the opposition
has abandoned the idea of forcing an election this year. The
government has no idea of going
to the country, being determined
that the naval bill shall pass,
with or without a change in the
rules of the house.
Montreal, Mar. 28:-The district is still stormbound. Great
damage has been done.
Winnipeg, lVIar. 28;���Thirteen
stormbound trains from the east
struggled into Winnipeg today.
They were short of fuel and food.
Port Arthur, Mar. 24:-While
not doing any such damage as
reported from Lower Ontario
towns the biggest snow and wind
storm of the season developed
over Port Arthur and surrounding districts last night and today.
The streets are blocked with
heavy drifts of snow and traffic
on the street railway is maintained with the greatest difficulty, while trains on the transcontinental railways are reported
blocked and many hours behind
their schedules.
'J BAY CO. TO
REBUIIMTORE HERE
It is announced that the 'Hudson's Bay Co. will begin on Monday the erection of a new store
on the site of the burned structure. Mr. Graham, the local
manager, states that until receipt
of orders from headquarters, expected today, the size of the new
building is not known. The
company will continue to do bus-
ness at the old stand until developments make removal to South
Hazelton necessary.
Premier McBride Honored
Berkley, Cal., Mar. 22:���The
forty-fifth anniversary of the
signing of the charter of the
University of California by Governor Haight in 1868 was celebrated at the university today
with Sir Richard McBride, prime
minister of British Columbia, as
the principal speaker. The premier was introduced by President
Benjamin Ide Wheeler, who, at
the conclusion of the exercises,
conferred on him the honorary
degree of Doctor of Laws.
Vancouver, Mar. 28:���John McLennan, accountant in Molson's
Bank is missing. His friends
all fear he has been murdered.
Ottawa. March 28:-A G. T.
passenger train from Montreal
was wrecked at Maxville, four
cars being ditched. Dozens of
passengers were injured. A
washout was the cause.
Canada's Surplus
The revenue of the Dominion
for the fiscal year which closes
on Monday next will be close to
$170,000,000, an increase of approximately $33,000,000 over the
revenue of the preceding year.
The total expenditure for the
year is estimated at between
$153,000,000 and $154,000,000,
leaving a surplus of some $16,-
000,000 over all expenditures.
Edmonton, Mar. 28:���The Alberta legislature has been dissolved. A general election will
be held on April 17.
McNaughton Acquitted
Vancouver,  Mar.  28: -Harold
McNaughton was today acquit-1
ted on a charge of manslaughter, j
It was his second trial for the
killing of  Ernest  Spinard   last
October.
Barrister Hovell Leaving
Hazelton loses a good citizen
in R. DeB. Hovell, the popular
barrister, who leaves tomorrow
for Victoria, where he expects to
establish himself. As president
of the board of trade and in
other capacities he has been active in promoting the welfare of
the community, and he will be
much missed. Many friends
will wish him success in the provincial capital.
Bob Haden, who left for Burns
Lake yesterday, has purchased
a one-third interest in a group of
sixteen claims on Mud creek,
from R. W. Thompson and Barney Halloran.
Charles Pearce, who is a mill
man of long experience, has
gone to Burns Lake to instal
there the sawmill plant of the
Burns Lake Trading and Lumber
Co., owned by J. C. K. Sealy,
R. H. Gerow and M. H. Laidlaw.
The Hudson's Bay Co. steamer
Port Simpson will runtbn the
Stikine during the coming summer. The company has an extensive business at Telegraph
Creek, under the management of
our old friend J. C. Boyd. The
carrying of supplies for that
point, with Teslin-bound prospectors and big game hunters,
will probably keep the big boat
busy.
J. H. Edmondson, representative of R. G. Dun & Co., spent a
few days in town during the
week.
The Manson mail arrived today. George W. Otterson and
party reached the camp in good
time, and are now busy on the
Kildare property, hauling pipe
and preparing for active mining
as soon as weather conditions
permit.
Graham Rock, who was Hazelton's star pitcher in 1911, has
signed with the Seattle team,
and the press of the Sound city
praises his work in the training
season Graham was an all
round athlete of note at Washington State College, while his
work with the local team marked
him as a ball-player of high
class. The local fans expect
great things of their old favorite,
whom they consider good enough
for any company in the west.
Five Years For Forgery
Bill Tidich and Tom Wasick,
charged before Judge Young
with forging and uttering cheques
on the bank account of an absent bohunk, practically admitted
their guilt and were today convicted and each one sentenced
to five years' imprisonment.
These are the heaviest sentences
ever imposed here. 7!
THE OMINECA MINER, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1913
Tlie Omineca Miner
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Published every Saturday at Hazelton, the Center of the
Great Omineca District of British Columbia.
LAtfD notices
Macdonald & Rauk, Publishers and Proprietors.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Canada and Britisli Possessions, Two Dollars a
year; Foreign, Three Dollars a year.
ADVERTISING RATES: Display, $1.00 per inch per month; Rending
Notiee.-;, 16 cents per line l'or first insertion, 10 cents per line for each subsequent
insertion.        Legal notices inserted at B. C. Gazette rates.
Vol. II.
Saturday, March 29.  1913.
No. 30.
The Omineca Miner has the largest bona fide circulation of any newspaper in the
Northern Interior of British Columbia.
On Saturday last Sir Wilfrid Laurier, leader of the opposition
in tho Dominion parliament, authorized a statement of the Liberal
position in the naval controversy. He declares that the debate on
the government's proposals has shown that there is no emergency
in the matter of Imperial defence and therefore no necessity for
the proposed contribution. In taking this position, the veteran
leader of the Liberals runs counter to the British admiralty, which
believes an emergency exists, and which placed sufficient facts before the government to convince Mr. Borden and his colleagues
that exceptional measures were requisite.
Having thus, by simple denial, disposed of the emergency
question, Sir Wilfrid goes on to review, from a Liberal standpoint,
the progress of the naval bill in the house of commons, in the en
deavor to show that the deadlock is the fault of the government.
The opposition, he says, "claims no more than a right of freedom
of speech and of discussing a measure in which a principle of the
highest importance is at stake." He says, by inference, that in
the prolonged sessions of the past few weeks, when the opposition
members made as many as seven speeches to the man, treating of
every subject under the sun, without let or hindrance from the
ministerial side, the Liberals had no freedom of speech or opportunity for the full discussion of the matter upon which they were
supposed to be debating.
That opposition for opposition's sake is the measure of the
Laurier policy is becoming increasingly evident. The Liberals refuse to see the most self-evident facts, if such conflict with their
contentions. In their endeavor to force the majority to abandon
its naval policy or call a general election, they announce as their
policy, "A Canadian navy, built, equipped, maintained and manned
in Canada.''���Nothing as to how, when and where the ships of
that navy shall bo built, armed and manned. They cannot see
that, as the Pall Mall Gazette well says : "The development of the
Canadian shipyards, which Mr. Borden proposes, if carried out
gradually, can be prosecuted without the disturbance of our national establishments, ancl can be adapted ultimately to any naval policy the Canadians may approve. These are considerations based
upon questions of hard fact, and the Liberal party of Canada must
surely realize that they can and must be urged without the slightest wish of intervening in the domestic affairs of the Dominion.
Nothing in the world can diminish Canada's freedom to choose the
path she will, but inasmuch as her development must effect our
own, we are entitled to state the conditions from our point of view."
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 ehains, north 20 chains,
west 20 chains to point of commencement and containing 40 acres,
Jan.211, 11118. 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 described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Ihe southeast corner ot lot 833, thence
10 cliains west, 20 chains south, 40
chains east, 20 chains north, to point
of commencement, containing 80 aeres
more or less. Donald Clacher.
February 12, 1913. 35
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 chnins west back to point of
commencement and containing 40 aeres.
Jan. 10, 1918. Donald A. McNeill.
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Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and British Columbia
Land Surveyors
Offices at Victoria, Nelson, Fort George
and Hazelton.
B. C. Affleck. Mgr. Hazelton Office.
Stephenson & Crum
Undertakers and
Funeral Directors
Special attention to Shipping Cases
Hazelton, B. C.
i    A. Chisholm
I General  Hardware j
Builders'
Miners'
Material
Supplies
Groceries
Provisions
Hazelton, B. C.
Fruits
Eggs
Breakfast Foods
Flour
Hay
Grain
Feeds
ALL AT RIGHT
PRICES
MEN'S HATS
AND CAPS
The newest shapes and shades in Stetson
Hats as well as the staple styles on hand.
New line of imported Caps ��� Scotch and
English Tweeds.
New line of Caps for the Boys.
New things in Dry Goods
Opened Up
Including Ladies' Gloves, Hose, Underwear, Side Combs, Barretts, Etc.
Ladies', Men's and Children's
RUBBERS
on hand.
A few Men's Rain Coats
Received
ARGENT
General Merchant
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Stampede Not Warranted
Everybody knows "Bill" Dru-
ry, ol' Taylor, Drury. Pedlar Co.,
and they know that he is not a
man who will either praise or
"knock" without just cause.
Mr. Drury returned Wednesday
night fiom Silver Creek, the
scene of the reported rich gold
discovery, thirty miles back from
the east end of Lake Teslin,
where he staked two claims, and
to which reported rich field people are now rushing from all parts
of the Pacific Northwest. Asked
his opinion of the country Mr.
Drury said:
"All the excitement concern-
inn Silver and adjacent creeks,
five or six in number, has been
created by Indians who claim to
have found coarse gold in that
locality last year. I did not see
the gold, nor did I see anyone
who had seen it. This winter
the Indians returned to the district and staked many claims.
They were followed by white
men to the district who also
staked and when I left Atlin a
few days ago upwards of 300
claims had been recorded and applications were coming in  every
day.
"I talked  with a number of
experienced white men who  had
been over every  creek  in  that
district and they agreed that the
indications were as good as could
possibly be, but none of them
had sunk any holes or found any
gold.   Skookum Jim, who went
to Seattle three weeks ago, has
circulated lurid stories concern
ing the country and has, I am
informed, .been instrumental in
starting a big stampede to the
country from lower coast points.
"From what I could learn of
the country, it is not even as
promising as Nansen and surrounding creeks and that, as
every one who is posted knows,
has never warranted any stampede."���Whitehorse Star.
Still another warning against
energetic stampeding to the Silver creek goldfields since nothing
is yet authentic regarding the
find of gold, is given by W. M.
Ogilvie, M. E., of Ottawa.
Mr. Ogilvie is a son of the late
William Ogilvie, former governor
of the Yukon. He states that
the region named by the Indians
as the new Eldorado is a vast
one, and there will be plenty of
room for staking claims if the
report of the gold discovery is
authentic. So far, he maintains,
no one has seen the color of gold
alleged to have been found.
Even white men and old miners assured the Vancouver visitor that although they had staked
claims at Silver creek, so far they
not believe that the gold to be
ined will be sufficient to prove
of paying value.
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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
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REGINALD LEAKE GALE, J. P.
Deputy Mining Recorder   ;   Real Estate Agent
TELKWA,   BULKLEY VALLEY,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
AGENT      British Columbia Life Assurance Co.
FOR l'hoenix and Liverpool, London & Globe Fire offices
Gould's Pumps and Hydraulic Machinery
Gary's Safes -:- Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent
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
Fresh lot of Hollybrook Eggs
on hand -Guaranteed to give entire satisfaction- Sargent's store.
A thousand blooded horses
will be ��hown at Vancouver
horse show, which opens April
twenty-first.
SMOKERS, ATTENTION!
We have the largest and freshest assortment
of high grade Cigars and Tobaccos in town
The goods are all in the finest condition.
We are prepared to sell these cigars in boxes of twenty and
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(ty.    Come in and take a look at them.
PRICES RIGHT
QUALITY, the BEST
The"Up-To-Date' Drug Stores
1 EVERYTHING IN THE DRUCTUNE I
L. D. Fulton, Mgr., Hazelton and New Hazelton
: "   'ZA'zrmmmmimmmmmSWmmmmmm--m--9mmY': \ ''
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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.
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NORTH COAST LAND COMPANY, Ui
Suite 622 Metropolitan Building
p.id up c.pii.i $i,5o��.noo. VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Provincial Elections Act
NOTICE is hereby given that the List of Voters for the Skeena
Electorial District has been cancelled, and that applications to be placed
on the Voters' List will be received at my office at the Government
Buildings, Princa Rupert, B. C <vhere 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 thc register of voters must be given to me thirty clear days
before the holding of the Court of Revision.
Dated thiB 3rd day of March, 1913.
.J. H. McMULLIN,
Registrar of Voters for the Skeena Electoral District.
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Ingineca Hotel
McDonell & McAfee, Props.
The only family hotel in the district.      Private  dining  rooms.
Night and day restaurant.      Modern conveniences.
Reasonable rates.    Good Stable in connection.
Hazelton
Choicest of  Wines, Liquors and Cigars
always on hand.
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MEN'S WEAR
that gives Satisfaction,
and Reliable
Boots and Shoes
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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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Peal Estate, Financial and Insurance Brokers
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Fire,  Life,  Accident and Employer's Liability Insurance.
We represent the best companies.
We Can Locate You On a Good Pre-emption Near the G. T. P.
If you desire information about the Bulkley Valley Write Us.
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Before building, get prices from us for all kinds of
ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER
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Hazelton
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G.T.P. RAILWAY
Train No. 1 leaves Hazelton at 9:49 a.m. on Sundays and Thursdays, arrives Prince Rupert same
evening at 5 p.m. Then transfer to G.T.P. Coast
Steamship Co.
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PRINCE RUPERT).
STEAMERS
J Arrive Vancouver 7 p.m. Tuesdays and Saturdays
and \ Arrive Victoria 7 a. m. Wednesdays and Sundays
PRINCE   GEORGE (Arrive Seattle  3 p. m. Wednesdays and Sundays
Steamships PRINCE ALBERT and PRINCE JOHN maintain weekly service
between Prince Kupert and Masset, Naden Harbor, etc., also between
Prince Rupert and Vancouver via Queen Charlotte Islands and way ports.
IF YOU GO EAST tin's summer let us arrange your itinerary. Cheap nine
months Excursion Tickets. Choice of routes connecting with splendid Grand
Trunk Railway System trains.    For full particulars, reservations and tickets
"pp'y to A. E. McMASTER, General Agent, PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
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A PRODUCT OF B. C.
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Haielton'f
Favorita
Ratort
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HAZELTON
HOTEL
Largest and Newest Hotel
in Hazelton
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 antl I'igars.
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
���JUKI
A. M. RUDDY
Forwarding
Cartage and      I
Express Service
Care and Despatch       j
Wood for Sale
Office at
I W. W. Wrathall's j
Hazelton j
i New Hazelton Hotel [
j Open for Business }
|       All Furnishings New j
I EUROPEAN PLAN I
Rates: (
Rooms $1.00       Beds 50c \
The World's Doings in Brief
News Notes from Many Sources
Seven thousand immigrants arrived in Canada last week.
Mexican troops defeated a
large body of rebels at Saltillo.
Great Britain has adopted motor trucks for military transports.
Vancouver people hope to make
that city the greatest grain port
on the Pacific coast.
Suffragettes cut seventeen telephone trunk lines near Hull,
England, on Sunday.
Needlework is now a fad in
London. The fashion was renewed by Queen Mary.
I   Geo. C. Hartley, Proprietor   \
1                 New Hazelton j
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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
THE INLAND EXPRESS CO.
STAGE
ONE DAY
Passenger and
Express Service
Leaves 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.
TEAM
and Cutter
For Hire
E. J. HILL
At PANTORIUM, Hazelton
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j Skeena Laundry |j
Leo Ling, Prop.
Our Work is Good and our Rates  j
Reasonable. '.'.
Baths In Connection
!  Call and see us.      Next door to  )
Telegraph office.
""Everything in Canvas"
Prince Rupert Tent and Awning Co.
Prince Ruperl. B.C.
Qm**em**^.m*..r**..~:.^..**.m����m~.i^..m*..Q
���     Rough and Dressed
!  LUMBER
By Carload or In Smaller Lots
F.O.B. Andimaul
Prices On Application
j D. RANKIN,
i Andimaul, R C.
Sir Ernest Shackleton intends
to head another scientific expedition to the Antarctic regions.
because of the non-appearance of
the automobile in which the
prospective captive was to have
been carried from his golf links.
Warrants have been issued in
Chicago for thirty-two alleged
members of the "arson ring,"
which is believed' to have been
responsible for a large number
of fires.
The All-Alaska sweepstakes,
the great dog race from Nome to
Candle and return, a distance of
412 miles, will start on April 3.
There are many entries for the
$5,000 in prizes.
If You Want To Be !
LOCATED ON GOOD LAND
In the famous Francois Lake
Farming District ~
Come  and  see us, 1J miles west
of North Prancois Lake P. O.
J. W. Henkel & C. D. Haven
LOCATORS
Eight Years In the District.
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The Balkan war is responsible
for much unrest among the Moslems of India, despatches say.
Captain Bogardus, for seventeen years champion wing shot
of the United States, is dead at
Lincoln, 111.
The Adania, first of the new
Cunard liners for Canadian passenger trade, has been launched
at Greenock.
W. J. Bryan declares the belief that progressive Democrats
are gaining ground rapidly in
the United States.
The C. N. R. tunnel through
Mount Royal, at Montreal, shows
the mountain to have been at one
time an active volcano.
The crews of two whalers have
been marooned on the Siberian
coast as the result of their ships
being crushed in the ice.
Lloydminster, Sask., farmers
have won a thousand dollar prize
far oats at the National Corn Exposition at Columbus, S. C.
The latest Cocos Island expedition has returned to Panama,
confessing its failure to find the
treasure so many have' sought.
Julian Hawthorne, the writer,
son of Nathaniel Hawthorne, has
been sentenced to a year in jail
for complicity in mining frauds.
A Prince Rupert fish company
will send an expedition to Hearing Sea next month.tto fish for
gray cod, said to be plentiful in
those waters.
King Constantine of Greece
has assumed the throne, in succession to his father, King
George, who was killed by an assassin last week.
In connection with the Bankers'
Trust Corporation litigation in
Victoria, F. C. Cook and J. O.
Hearn have been arrested on
charges of fraud.
The defeat of the proportionate representation measure in
the French senate caused the
resignation of Premier Briand
and his cabinet.
A spirit lamp lit by a lady passenger, set fire to a Pullman car
on the C. P. R., near Chapleau,
Ont. Forty - eight passengers
lost practically all their baggage.
A suffragette plot to kidnap
Lloyd-George, the British chancellor of the exchequer, failed
R. C. Miller, who was committed to jail in Ottawa for refusing to give required evidence
before a parliamentary committee, is suffering in health. An
effort is being made to secure
his release.
Art Muslin, Window Scrim at
Sargent's store.
Linen Table Cloths and Napkins at Sargent's.
The Churches
CHURCH OF ENGLAND
ST. PETER'S, HAZELTON
Sunday Services: Morning at 11 o'clock; Sunday
School at 2.15 p.m.; Native service, 3.30 p.m.;
Evening Service, 7:30 p.m.
Rev. J. Field.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
HAZELTON
Se-vicea   held   every Sunday evening in   the
Church rooms at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. D. R. McLean.
WIREJENCING
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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On-
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the BELLA RUPERT
and REGAL Cigars
For Sale at all Stores
Made from the beat imported tobaccos,
seasoned 4 and 5 years. Union made, and
a Prince Rupert industry-
REGAL CIGAR FACTORY
BOX 39 PRINCE RUPERT
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Garde He Kennaugh
CTVIL and MINING ENGINEERS
Suite 1, Federal Block, 3rd Avenue.
ISSUES
TICKETS
HAZELTON HOSPITAL
for any period from one month upward at tl per
month in advance. This rate includes office consultations and medicines, as well as all costs while
in the hospital. Tickets obtainable in Hazelton
from E. C. Stephenson and Fred Field; in Aider-
mere, from Rev. F. L. Stephenson, or at the Hospital from the Medical Superintendent.
LAND NOTICES
Hazelton Land Diatrict.   Range 5,
District of Coast.
Take notice that Mildred Skill, of
Trail, B. C, married woman, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
followingdescribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of lot 87H, Range 5,
Coast District, thence west 40 chains,
south 40 chains, east 40 chains, north 40
chains to point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.
March 7, 1913. Mildred Skill.
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Surveying, Estimates, Plans,  Reports
and Blue Prints, Expert Drafting.
Designing of Power and Mining Plants.
P. o. Box 70.   prince Rupert, B. C.
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I  J. A. LeRoy J. Nation
J Hotel Winters
i   Cor.   Abbott and Water Streets
I      Vancouver
European Plan $1.00 to $2.50
Rooms with Baths.   Hot and Cold
Water.     Steam Heated.
Motor Bus Meets  All Boats and
Trains.
..~o
Our SHIPment
of
HARNESS
HAS ARRIVED
Freighter's and Heavy Team Harness
Collars, Spreaders, Lashes, Hame Housings, Hames, But Chains
Trace Carriers, Snaps, Buckles, Rosettes, Brushes, Curry Combs'
Clippers,  Sweat Pads,  and a large assortment of all accessories!
Buggy and Democrat Harness
Single, Double, Light and Medium, Pole Straps, Martingales
Breechings, Post Hooks, Tenets, Pad Screws,  Bridles, Bits, Etc'
Ridding Saddles, Pack Saddles, Aparejos, Bridle*, Blinds,
Chaps, Bits, Belts, Whips, Quirts, Hat Bands, Cuffs, Rosettes,
Cinchas, and everything in the Harness Line.
Note*  Our.narne8S is no' carried as a side line, therefore our stock
receives special attention, as it is our business to supply  that
which there is a demand for, and not pass off any old "junk" that might
be rround the place.
CHETTLEBURGH & SINCLAIR
The Harness Store
Hazelton, B. C.
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. L McLauchlin & Co., Hazelton
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY^""""^^l
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Twin Screw Steamer "PRINCESS MARY"
Splendid Accommodation    -!���     Superior Service
Leaves Prince Rupert for Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle every
Sunday at 6 p. m.   -:-   Hazelton to Vancouver 48 hours
Three Transcontinental Trains Daily.   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. 3rd Ave. and 6th St.,  Prince Rupert, R C. THE OMINECA MINER, SATURDAY, MARCH 29.1913.
Answers the Challenge ofthe New North
Official
Grand
Trunk
Pacific
Townsite
Distributing
Center
for the Immense
Omineca
District
I3HMH
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
Agents For=
W. J. Sanders, Fiscal Agent, 64 Leigh-Spencer Bldg., Vancouver. ��� THE.'OMINECA MINER,^SATURDAY,"MARCH 29, 1913
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Thi  Grand Trunk  Pacific
Oi^f,o��MiNT Company, limited
WINNINGS.   CANADA
��M>��aMoa>iR
The Board of Railway Commissioners at Ottawa, has approved
of the station site at "Smithers", the second divisional point East .
of Prince Rupert, Mile 226.5, Lot 5289, Range 5, Coast District, on
the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, ahout nine miles ,7est of Telkwa
and Aldermere. The townsite will he for sale in August, 1913, and
Messrs. Aldous and Murray, Hazelton, B.C. have been appointed agents
for the sale of lots.
It is expected that the plan of the. townsite and the prices
of the lots will he ready for distribution about the lst of July.
V.
Land ComnnsEioner THE OMWflOA WHS*, BATVSDA?. MAHCR 99. WM.
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THF.
QUALITY STORE
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES PAID
FOR   FURS
Fresh
VEGETABLE
and FLOWER
SEEDS	
C. V. SMITH
GENERAL MERCHANT
HAZELTON
Local and Personal
C. E. Bailey, of Chicken Lake,
was here on Thursday.
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and
j -R. J. and G. H. McDonell went
. to Twenty-Mile today.
- "J/W. Graham,   of Cedarvale',
was here during the week.
���J'hpniftS Harrison and Burns
Bowevman have started for a
new prospecting field in the
Stranger river district, where
they will spend the summer.
H. W.  Baker, Minneapolis,  is
registered at the Ingineca.
W. H. Larmer ancl J. S. Cline
are visiting Chicken Lake.
J. D. Henderson left on Thurs
Latest Jewelry Novelties in   Gold day for a visit to Fraser Lake.
and Silver.   High grade watches.
Watch Repairing.
O. A. RAGSTAD,   Hazelton |
Bob Martin, of Chicken Lake
H.  B.   Campbell,  of Burns
Lake, was in town on Tuesday.
W. R. LOVE
Stock of Electrical Fittings
carried, also Gasoline
Engines and Fittings
is spending a few days in town.
Martin Dall  and  J, Fraser, of
ELECTRICIAN
I
1
Chicken Lake, came in on
[day.
Tues-
Contracting and Supplies.   Telephone equipment a specialty.
LET US QUOTE ON ELECTRIC OUTFITS
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
P.O.  Ilox 957   -   3rd Ave.
L. D. Fulton  leaves tomorrow
for   a business trip to the coast
i l
/ 'cities
���Relatives of- Jens Bjarnason,
formerly employed at the Big
Tunnel camp, are anxiously enquiring as to his whereabouts.
His father is Th. Bjarnason, of
Selkirk, Man.
Judge Young is holding court
here. Today's session is taken
up with a case of two bohunks
who are charged with forging
the name of a compatriot to
cheques, for which they obtained
cash.
G. T. Lucas E. A. Lucaa
LUCAS & LUCAS
Barristers and Solicitors
Rooms 71-71 Exchange. Building
142 Hastings St., W.
Vancouver, B. C.
Frank Smith has returned from
a prolonged visit to Prince
Rupert.
Among the out-of-town visitors
at the Bachelors' dance was S.A.
Eby of Terrace.
Telephone Seymour 598
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i. Architects' and Engineers Supplies .j,
L Kodaks, Loose Leaf Systems <1
��     Remington Typewriters, Office Furniture    3L
1 Prince Rupert, B. C. ��
��t^.H.+.i..j..i..i.^.i..i..;..i..i.*.i.*.i.++*.|.+*x for his Kispiox ranch, where he
expects to spend the summer.
Mrs. W. H. Burken  has gone
f      STATIONERS &  PRINTERS
Mines and Mining
H. H. McDowell, of Burns
Lake, is in town, with a beautiful silver fox skin.
Shel Robinson is about to leave
Good PropertiesJor sale - Cash or on | to Chemainus. to visit Mrs. S. B.
Slinger, who now resides there.
Bond.        Development and
Assessment Work.
Carr Brothers
Six Years In This District.
Hnxelton,  II. C.
Be Careful in !
News of Julius Lavvler, who
formerly lived at Hazelton, is
sought by his sister, Mrs. J. 0.
Kulstad.
Constable Sam Calkins spent
i a few days in Prince Rupert, on
SnOfi BuViriCT I ��^c'a' business, returning Sat-
^ 1 unlay evening.
H	
Carelessness is a Fault. One J
who is careless in shoe buying j
always pays dearly for it. The j
j more thought you give to the j
j requirements of your feet, the
J more you will appreciate the
)   high qualities found in
"INVICTUS"
Miss Griffin, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. James Morgan, left on Thursday for her
home in Washington.
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FOOTWEAR
el & Rock
Sole Agents
Hazelton, B. C.
The new steamer schedule of
the G. T. P. will be in effect
next week, a double weekly service being inaugurated, connecting with the Hazelton trains at
Prince Rupert. A service will
also be maintained between Vancouver and Prince Rupert via
Queen Charlotte Islands and way
ports, beginning April 3.
Chettleburgh & Sinclair have
received a carload of wagons and
farming implements and a ton of
harness, while another carload of
wagons and one of buggies is on
the way. The new firm is doing
a good business and is evidently
preparing for still better things.
They have already ordered a carload of sleighs and another of
cutters for next season.
Semi-Ready Fashions and
Samples at Sargent's. Glad to
show you.
The C. P. R. announces that
the steamer Princess Mary will
leave Prince Rupert for Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle every
Sunday at 6 p.m.
Women'* Auxiliary
The Hazelton Branch of the
Women's Auxiliary will meet at
Mrs. Rock's house on Thursday
afternoon, April 3rd, at a quarter past three.
George  M. Beirnes, D. L. Me
Gibbon,   A.  Goodwill   and   H.
Johnson have returned from a yesterday
trip to the Groundhog coalfields, j ped by the burning of his house
and effects,   with   considerable
Ranchers Doing Well
A. S.  Gray,  the well known
Cedarvale rancher, was in town
Although  handicap-
J. A. McDonald, a Vancouver
land man, was in town early in
the week. He intends paying
another visit to the Peace river
country.
Stationery,   Photo   Supplies,
Gramophones, Developing
and Printing.
W. W. WRATH ALL
Hazelton
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I Hudson's Bay Company j
cash, last fall, he has lost none of
his optimism, but is going ahead
j with his farming operations on a
| larger scale than ever.    He is
! now preparing to plant a large
! number of fruit trees,  and will
i have a considerable acreage under general crop.   The settlers,
1 he says, have been handicapped
| by   high   freight   rates,  which
have prevented the full  realization of the profits expected, but
all are doing well.     He  and  his
, neighbors have still on  hand 25
tons of excellent potatoes.
The new gun  license regulations,  Mr.  Gray says,  are not
I j well received by the ranchers,
who maintain that settlers in a
I GROCERIES
! DRY GOODS
I HARDWARE |d riB
1 of Best Quality at Popular Prices 1
| new country must of necessity
II!use firearms, and that there
| j should be no restrictions on the
|! possession and use of firearms
* I j by actual farmers in unorganized
A full Assortment of
LIQUORS a,wayskl-i; 1
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY
1 Commercial
n	
I Printers
|   Temporary Premises:   Charleson's Building, opp. our old store   I
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RUBBERS
A sorting shipment of Rubbers arrived this week,
now have all sizes in Children's, Ladies'
and Men's 6 to 11
We
WALK-OVER SHOES
The New Models
All the new toes, patterns and leathers
for Spring and Summer Wear are on exhibition in our store right now. For style,
fit and quality the Walk-Over are in a
class by themselves.
Smardon Shoe for Ladies
The Smardon Shoe is a favorite with the ladies; its style and fit recommends it as well
as the price.
Dry Goods Department
Art Muslins for Draperies in pretty floral designs, 44 inch widths at 25 cents per yards.
Colored Silkalines in pink, blue and green floral effects, 36 inch widths at 25c a yd.
Art Sateens in 30 inch widths at 25 cents a yard.
White Nainsook at 25c and 35c a yard.
White Victoria Lawns at 15c, 20c and 25c per yard.
Ladies' Blouses, plain white, with linen collars and cuffs attached, $1.50
Ladies' White Ribbed Merino Combinations, very fine quality, at $2.75.
Damask Table Covers, colored, $1.25.
Tapestry Table Covers, from $2.75 to $6.75.
72 in. Green Felt, for table covers. $1.25 per yard.
Children's Cotton Duck Grecian Style Dresses
Only 12 left in assorted colors and sizes.
Another  shipment of   Peabody's   Famous   Overalls
opened up, giving us a complete range of sizes
bod
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NOBODY BUYS OVERALLS TO PLAY TRICKS WITH
THEM SUCH AS IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ABOVE.
IN WHICH FOUR MEN EXERTED ALL THEIR STRENGTH
IN THE EFFORT TO RIP A PAIR OF PEABODYS' OVERALLS.
BUT IF THEY WILL STAND THIS-THEY WONT RIP
UNDER THE HARDEST KIND OF LEGITIMATE WEAR
WE  ARE   THE AGENTS   OF
PEABODYS'
GUARANTEED OVERALLS.
Hardware Department
Our stock of   Carpenter's Tools, Shelf and
Heavy Hardware Is Complete
Cocoanut Matting, 36 in. wide, at 75c a yard
Fresh Ranch Eggs, 75 cents a dozen
Established 1870
R. Cunningham & Son, Ltd.
HAZELTON, B. C.
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