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Array THE  PROSPECTOR
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Vol. 2 No. 16
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28,    1913
WERE WE   SIDETRACKED?
$2.00 Per Year
OH,
A delegation appointed by
the citizens of Lillooet went
over the new route proposed
by the P., and G. E., in company with Chief Engineer
Callaghan and were unanimous in their approval of the
station site and route as laid
out by the engineers. From
the plans as shown to the
delegation, the depot will be
located less than one mile
from the center of town on
Cayoosh Creek.
This is an ideal location
for the depot and yards and
more suitable than the former one chosen near the suspension bridge and is nearly
three-quarters of a mile
nearer the heart of the town.
The railway, instead of
side tracking Lillooet, are
putting their line in a much
more advantageous position
than was at first supposed.
In an interview Mr. Callaghan said: "It is not the
intention of the road to sidetrack your town or to make
it a flag station, but their intention is to put in a station
that will be a credit to any
town on the line. On the
new site they have much
more room for warehouses
and yards, besides giving
the road a much better grade
than could be obtained by
going along the north bank
of the Fraser."
Following is the opinions
of several of Lillooet's representative business men:
Samuel Gibbs- "Although
the people of Lillooet were
quite justified in raising a
strong protest against the
high handed proceedings of
the railroad company in
breaking their pledges given
as to the location of a station
site, at or near the town.   I
for my own part, am delighted that the station will
be nearly a mile from the
town. A station at or near
town might have some fid-
vantages, but I think they
are more than counterbalanced by the disadvantages.
The noise and dirt would be
unbearable. Thefutuie cf
our town is assured anyhow,
and as a beautiful residential and business site it is unequalled in the Province.
The ample water we possess
fop all the purposes of electricity, power and irrigation
purposes will, when brought
into use, convert our town
and the suburban flats adjacent into a vertible garden
of Eden.
Mark Eagleson- -The station site chosen by the company suits me. From the
reports given out by the
Vancouver World was under
the impression that the road
would not come within fifteen miles of the town, but
was greatly enlightened
when I talked to the chief
engineer. It seems that
the Vancouver World could
do better if they would ver-
their the news appearing in
their columns, instead of
taking snap judgement, as
in this case. In my opinion
the new site beats the old
one and instead of being
side tracked we are right in
the lime "light."
N. Dupres In my opinion
the station site could not be
better. The present location is much better than the
former one, The railroad
people are showing a very
decided inclination to make
Lillooet a thriving little city,
instead of putting it on the
Continuod on Page 6.
TO FORT GEORGE
IN .TWO YEARS
Important announcements
regarding the Pacific Great
Eastern Railway have
been made within the past
few days. Premier RLBride
stated last Thursday that
he had been assured by Mr.
Stewart that the line would
be completed to Fort George
in two years. It has also
been announced that the
railway company have been
given legislative authority lo
slightly vary its route from
Newport The surveys of
the company's engineers
have proved that some variations are necessary for the
purpose of carrying the construction work to completion
with greatest speed and
economy.
Between four and five
thousand men will be employed between here and
Newport. The completion
of the 450 miles of road will
be a highly creditable railroad feat.
WARNING
After the first of May it
will be necessary to obtain a
permit to burn slashings and
clearings. The forest act
also requires that all slashings endangering property
must be burned before the
closed season, May the
first.
DIED
Last Saturday, Charles
Edward, infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Stephen Retasket.
Road Superintendent Jas.
Bell left for Bridge River
Tuesday to inspect the work
on the South Fork bridge.
LOCAL   N 0 ri I :•
Distric' Forester W. Hayl-
more returned Wednesday
from an inspection trip of
the P. G. E. right of way.
Considerable ice is reported at the far end of An !er-
son Lake. This is a decided
exception to the gener, 1
rule.
D. A. Manson is busily
engaged clearing His -preemption.
Walt Sebriruj is down from
his ranch on Bridge River
J. Baird and Mose Critter-
den are down from the Norl h
Fork.
Resident Engineer W. J.
Kearns resigned his i csi-
tion with the P. G. P.. and
will leave shortly for the
coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boilc
and Mr. and Mrs. Gasper
and family, of Empire Valley, now located en Hat
Creek, are in town to attend
the Masquerade Ball.
Thos. Newell, of Lytton,
was in town Tuesday.
Clarke & Company
• The Pioneer Drug Store
Established 1900
Our aim is to meet the requirements of our patrons,
to which end weare constantly adding to "cur stock,
which is now large and well
assorted, was bought for
cash and will be sold for
ash at reasonable prices. liie    rrospecior
HERE AND THERE WITH LOWERY
Mexico is still the home of
the hot tamala.
The hard trail often lands
in front of a bank.
In the game of love the
winner often quits the biggest loser.
Many a bartender has won
a menagerie by drinking up
the short bits.
Winter still holds the fort,
but wait, gentle Mike until
the 17th of March.
We would rather be a frog
and live upon the scum of a
eedar swamp than to have a
wife who was a ■uffragette.
Remember that the duck
season closes today and you
can hang up your guns until
September 1st. See that
they are well oiled before
laying them away.
WO  HING
GENERALMERCHANT
Lillooet
B.C.
Outfitters for prospectors, Trappers,
Miners, Ranchers,
Etc. Our goods are
the best and prices
are right
Chinese Goods
Hiiiairtsr* for Mining Men
Free Bus Meets All
Boats and Traim
Commercial Hotel
L. H. Clement, Prop
Gueil Comfort is My Motto
Corner Hastings and
Cambie Streets
Vancouver, B. C.
American and European Plan
.
AMONG THE
RAILROADERS
Assistant Engineer Simp-
ion, who has been working
with his party on the Long
Portage, arrived in Lillooet
last Saturday, The boys
were naturally glad to get
back to town, and after a
brief stay, during which
they all seemed to be having
a good time among their
many friends, Mr. Simpson
has located his new camp
about a mile and a half below town, at the foot of the
Big  Bluffs.   They  will  be
working in this locality for
some time.
Chief Engineer Callaghan,
of the P. G. E. Ry., accompanied by Messrs. Martin
Welch and Pete Salvas, arrived in town from Lytton
Monday. Mr. Kellahan was
on an inspection trip.
Jas. Capp who has a contract on Anderson Lake,
passed through town Tuesday on his way to the coast.
Angus Stewart, who is
superin tending the
building of wharves and
warehouses for P. Welch
and Co., was in town Sunday.
Jack Tyler, engineer on J.
A. Welch's launch Hester,
paid a flying visit to town
Wednesday.
Engineer Graham came
down from the Short Portage Tuesday.
"Miss" By Heck Eklund, J.
A. Welch's official milk maid
has resigned her position.
For prompt and efficient
freight service see Charles
McCaffery, Lillooet, B. C.
Dissolution of Partnership
Notice is hereby given that
the partnership existing between Messrs. Murcheson
and LaVelle has been dis-
dissolved and all bills outstanding against the firm
will be paid by Mr. Murcheson.
Signed:    C, Murcheson
Wm. LaVelle.
Wanted
Listings of Lillooet Farm Lands and Town Propetty
If you have property for sale we can find you a buyer
We write fire life and accident insurance.   Ask us
for our rates.   They can't be beat.
Let us attend to your conveyencing.   Notary Public always on hand.
Boultbee,   Jacks   and Cruickshanks
Exclusive agents for the Lillooet Townsite Addition.
Excelsior Hotel
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W.   J.   Abercrombie,   Proprietor
Good Table      First Class Wines, Liquors <.nd Cigars
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We are Sole Agents for
New  Lillooet  Townsite
Very large lots at vary small prices
If you wish to purchase land in the Pembertcn
Meadows, write us for our list of prices.
Merlin Grimm and Co.,
811 Rogers Building Vancouver, B. C.
Try an Ad in The Prospector
r The Prospector
THE NEWSPAPER Gil
I find a man   pushing  his   way
through the lines
Of the cops where the work of
the fire fiend shines,
"The chief" I enquired—bnt a
firerhan .replies,
"I guess-not that's one of  those
newspaper guys."
I see a man  walk through  the
doors of a show
Where    great     throngs     are
blocked by the sign   "S.  B.
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Is this man the star that  no  tic*
ket he buy's?'
"Star   nothing,   he's   one. of
those newspaper guys."
I see a man start on the trail of
a crook .     •
And he scorns the police,   but
he brings him to book.
"Sherlock    Holmes,"  1 enquire
someone scornfully cries;
"Sherlock,h".-l!"he's one of
those' newspaper guys."
And some clay  I'll pass by the
great gates of gold
■   Andaman will pass1 through
unquestioned and bold.
"Asaint?" I'll ask, and Old Pe-
ter'll reply:
"No, he carries a pass, he's a
newspaper guy."
Water Notice
For A'Licence To Take And Use
Water.
Notice is hereby   given  that
John R. Brown, of Lillooet,B.C.,
will apply for a     cei ce to  take
nd use two,cubic feet of ;\vatcr
ut of Brown cre'fik V/hieh '    '  s '
in an easterly direction  through
P. R. 1866 and empties into.- An
derspn River near Indiai reserve-
south.of Anderson Lake.
The water will be  diverted  at
about one m lefrom its entrance
into     Anderson      River      and
lake, ar.d will be used for irrigation purposes on the land described as P. R. 1866.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the first day of February, 1913. The application
will be filed in the office of the
Water Recorder at Clinton.
Objections may be filed with
the said Water Recorder or with
the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament    Building, Victorh,
B. C,
13      John R. Brown, Applicant
Notice
Gold Falls Mining Company,
Cayoosh Creek,
Lillooet, "E.G.
Tenders vill be received
by the undersigned up to the
15th day of March, 1913,for
the purchase of the following described property lying
at Cayoosh Creek, Lillooet,
B. C.
2350 feet of new hydraulic
pipe line and all equipments.
Terms cash. The lowest or
any tender not necessarily
accepted.
J. T. Mellott,
, Manager.
care Jno. E. Johnson,
Box 20, Lillooet, B. C.
Lillooet, 15 February 1913.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
Section 35
Notice is hereby given
that on the 22nd day of Feh-.i
ruary next, application will
be made to the Superintendent of the Provincial Police
-for the grant of a licence for
the sale of liquor by retail
in and upon the premises
known as the Victoria hotel
'situate at the town of Lillooet. British Columbia,.
and upon the lands described as portions of lots 5,
6, 7, block 4, town of Lillooet, aforesaid.
Dated. thus   15tH   day   of
February, 1913.     %
Vincent Keeley, applicant. ■
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: LIQUOR ACT 1910
Section 49
Notice is  hereby  given  that,
on the tecond day of February
next, application will be made tp,
the Superintendent of Provincial
Police for thetransfer of the licence for the sale  of   liquor   by
retail in and upon the premises
known as the Victoria  hotel, situate at Lillooet, British Columbia
from Frank D, Keeley to Vincent
Keeley, of Lillooet' British   Col-. .
umbia.
Dated this 15th day of Febru-
t   ary, 1913. ' '" c;
i.. ;   v* Frank D. Keeley,
Holder <# Licence.     '"
Vincent Keeley,
15 Applicant for Transfer.
iSAMUEL jBIBBSJs
Notary Public
Lillooet   -   -1 B. C.
Lands,   Mines, Insurance and
Collections
Mining business in all branches a
i specialty.   Farms,   Fruitlnnds ■ and
Residential properties for sale.
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Wide
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Neat Service
Courteous Treatment
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Our Cooking isn't as good
j   as  Mother's, but if you
j   can't get Mother's   try]
fours—its Next Best.
Wide West    ,
IREST All RANT
Taylor- and McPhail, Props
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We make a specialty
Lillooet farm lands
We are selling- agents for the new towns ite.
We write insurance   of every  description.
Representing- seme of the oldest and best
companies doliw; business in Canada.
an
see us ai
ir office on the
new townsite
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General Merchant Manufactiirers Agent  y
For  Twenty-five Years   Lillooets Leading Store
Complete up-to-date Stock in all Departments
Carefully Bought at Right Prices
We have just added new warehouses with capacity to display our whole stark and as our i tock
has increased in all departments, especially in harness, saddlery, hardware, prospector's outfits,
paints, stoves, hats, shoes and furniture. You
will save money buying from us.
Our long experience in outfitting- prospectors,
miners, surveyors and hunting- parties is of value
to you and we carry just the stock you need.    Let
us figure on your outfit.
Our cash price is tlie   lowest goods can    e
sold for.
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The STORE  that has the stock
and retails at wholesale prices.
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EVERYTHING   THAT   MEN   WEAR
T.   E.   /NDERSON,   Proprietor
Lillooet,   B.   C. ine     rrospecior
WATER NOTICE
For a Licence to  take   and
use water.
Notice is hereby given that
Frank William Engeman of Ashcroft, B."C, will apply for a licence to take and use 25 inches
of water out of a spring which
flows in a Westerly direction
through crown land for about
200 yards and sinks. Said spring
is situated about 1-2 mile in an
Easterly direction from Pre-emption record No. 1833. The water
will be diverted at said spring
and will be used for domestic
and irrigation purposes on the
land described as pre-emption
record No. 1833, Lillooet District.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 23rd day November, 1912. The application
will be filed in the office of the
Water Recorder at Clinton, B. C.
Objections may be  filed   with
hesaid Water Recorder or with
he Comptro't thr of Water Rts,
Parliament   Buildings,   Victoria,
B. C.
Frank William Engeman,
Ap
WATER NOTICE
For a licence to take and
use water.
Notice is hereby given thaf
T. Allen and S. B. Baker to
loon Lake, Clinton, will apply
for a licence to store or use 300
acre feet of water from an un-
nsmed creek flowing in a westerly direction and emptying ihto
Loon Lake Creek near Lot 89
group 1. The water will be
stored in a reservoir of one by
half mile capacity, built or to
be built at a small unnamed
lakeland will be usedirrigation
purposes onjthe land described as
the part of Lot 730, 88, 729,
group 1, Lillooet.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 17th day of December, 1912.The application will
be filed in the office of the Water
Recorder at Clinton.
Objections may be  filed  with
the said Water Recorder or with
the Comptroller of Water Rights.
Parliament Buildings,   Victoria,
B. C.
Allan   Baker
Applicant.
Anyone
Notice
wishing
to
purchase No. I wheat for feed
or seed, apply to Mrs. M.
Clark, 17-mile farm. Two
dollars and sixty cents per
hundred, delivered at Lil-
ooet.
WATER NOTICE
For a   licence to   take   and   use
water
Notice is hereby given that
F. Allen S. B. Baker of Loon lake
Clinton, will apply for a licence
to take and use two hundred
inches of water ont of Loon lake
creek, which flows in a southwesterly direction through Loon
lake valley and empties into
Loon lake near head of Loon
lake.
The water will be diverted at
about 1 1-2 miles from Loon and
will be used for irrigation purposes on the land described as
lots 730, 88, 729, g 1, Lillooet.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 17th day of December, 1912.   The   application
will be filed in the office of the
Water Recorder at Clinton.
Objections may be filed with
the said Water Recorder or with
the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria,
B. C.
Allan Baker
(Applicant.)
DELINQUENT    CO-OWNER NOTICE
To Karl Wagner, Miner.
Notice    is   hereby given
that   unless   within ninety
days from this date you contribute your share of the assessments performed by us
on the Royal Group of mineral claims situated on Cayoosh creek,   we the undersigned hereby give you notice that we shall apply to
the   gold   commissioner of
Lillooet Mining Division to
have your interests vested in
us.
Lillooet. January 3, 1913.
Frederick Johnson
Axel Gustaffson
Harve v A.Christie
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GRASSIE
Pioneer Watchmaker
and Jeweler
318 Cambie St.      Vancouver,       C
Orders by Mail Attended to.
Fine Watch Repairing a Sp'\i'ty
LEST YOU FORGET
LILLOOET TO LifTONiJ-
EASE AND COMFORT BY
AUTO STAGE
Sn
Experienced Driver
Reasonable Charges
Apply WALTER C. KEEBLE,        LYTTON  B.C.
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To be Held in the Santini Mall on Friday
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Dancing tc Commence at 9:30
Frizes to be given to the best dressed lady
and gentleman,   the   Most   Original  Dressed
lady and the most Comical lady and gentleman.
Tickets,   including supper,   $2.50,   whether
masked or unmasked.
•MMITTEE
DICK   CLARKE
CHAS NOEL
JOE   RUSSELL
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ACHIEVEMENTS
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Outfitters for prospectors, Trappers,
Miners, Ranchers,
"Etc: Our #oods are
1 sthe best and prices
s,;: ar.erights  ,,_
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fTimber  and Farm
Is  in
Any Partof B. 0.
Louis Manderville
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Vancouver.   -     "-"'-   •-._■-...... C.
Have a Large List of
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FRUIT.   LANDS
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•* "Its fun to fight when  you   know
you are right and your heart '■
"tfvis'-i3Yit"'tW), .?. ..'.>...:;.
...    Though the fray he long and the    .
foe he strong and  the  com-
">•■'.   radeslyou have be few.
.-Though the battle he t but brings
i    * defeat and weariness  makes
you reel, \
There's joy in life tl'rnt can knoft'" r
..   such strife and the glory and'.
.-.     thrill you feel!    •
When.the wise ones pant that
/,V you simply can't, it's fun ;for
a fighting man   .: ••■;
To laugH and try with a   daring
'". eye,"and«prove to the world
"'     he can'.' $'. (> ••■■
'Ahd-if you stick till your heart is   \
,.."*  sick'and lose when the game
-is done,....   .     ,
l  It's fun to know thafr the weary   |
•;fpjp!";jjai^ dearli for  what
_ they won. .(
■   ^It's' fuu 3to dare in tlie heart hof
. '-v.. desp'ajr, Whemisni? last   lone   .
chance seems gcjne,
'■r:'i    A,nd.tp see hope rise jh the angry
skies iikea'prgrriise of early
dawn; i.
For victory's sweet 'fcfhen it
crown's defeat,] Sid you
learn this much is tiffae;
It's futi' to fight' when sou know
you're right rnd iy«pr heart
is in it-tpo,..
Water Notice
Fori a$ Licence to Take air Use Water $
'■ •""•*V .NOTICE is hereby-given that
#     Dickie Creek   (Lilldbet)   Power
TVfif     Vb,.
crn: -tooth, use. b. c l. k.   •
0'.'-M'."DOV,N.i;ON, B, C. i.. S
Booth & Dowritoii
CIVIL ENGINEERS
B.C. LAND SURVEYOR
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43-44 Exchange uilding
'■ PifsW.'P',one §eymour Ir^ft
Vancouver" 'and illooet ■'.% jC..
r Sairu.f.1 Gibbs, .'/;•'*•**
' ■!-.   Lillobet'Representat-iVe.
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Contractor and' Hi ililrr i;" '•■ •*■' '-'..-,.
a-njet I?Kht Company, ^Limited, wil 1 ■••
appfyfer a licence ,%> take and
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use three (3) cubic f«t per second..
' Of water,out of Dickey Creek..,
which flows in a easterly dir/ec-
; t ioiuhrrfuj^i 'jnountinns unsurvey-
ed and empties'intp**Fraser River'-
near Lillooet, B:' Qt The water
will be diverted kt about 1 mile
"from month and-?will be used for
power and light ^purposes on the
land-described as Lillooet town .
This notice w^is odst deon |.hp
ground on the pth day of Jai'n-
1913. The amplication will be'
filed in the office of the Water
Recordei at ClintortP. C.
Objections may ;be filed   with
the said Water Recorder or with
#  'jtH* Comptroller of "Water Rights
i  ••Parliament Building. Victoria. B,
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Applicant
Plans and Kstimatrs
Prepared
Dllbbetr, «.('
For pjtompt and efficient
•'    •      '   ' i
.freight .service See   Charles
McCtiiFery, Lillo|et, ii. ('.'
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;The best'place
in town toccata
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*MvJery;anct; m
FeedltaSfe
Horses and Rigs for Hire
Light and Heavy Dray ing
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Pniprietor
Bus Meets all Regular Coats
at Seaton Lake
fit
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A:   G.  REBAGLIATI
General  Merchant   :-■■-■■■■
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Forwarding Agent
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MINERS   SUPPIES   A   SPECIAL
•'''     Slrib-(iortd* to Lillooet in rav Care
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' Prompi ' Atte'n'nofi   (iua^atjleed
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BANK OF BRITISH N0E1H AMERICA
. -;.A    i.eadpTw 'Mor.vreal
Savings Department
Accounts opened for sums of $1 and upward.
Current Accounts .,;   ,
Established' 1886
Issue Chequer, and have unpaid cheques returned toyq'u for receipts.        ^-' ' •"-^
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Collections ;   ;-;';        ^ • ■f-i--*'. ■,■-■>.■    • v'
Made ip-all parts of tho wot'ltlrf        =•'
Travelers Cheques
Issued payable a.rj,i.w ier-a.. .      ■
General Banking Business Conducted, >i
J. Ki CRAN, Manager LILL( OFT 3UANCH      ^
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UKADQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS, MINERS and. COppClAl MEN
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..Two autos on  request   from  Lytton or    Ashcroft
'Headquarters for Lytton-Lillooet stage line.     Stage
*"''1 meets Seton Lake .boat. Rigs furnished on demahlt.
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RATES: USA per day and op. l'.y raoiitn $.^5 and up.- Heals, 21 f<* $9.00
jiilooet,
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Leave your cdutlies :\w\v ]io
be passed ' *. - :.\.f\
Furnished    roo^nis.'.'.in   "con-  '
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Broker .!..■ —
jIIomI lUnclu's and Fruit Lands a Specialty.
/ "!'• •■  .. ^Correspondence Solicited.
■:K,irVe:. Wfllia«ns,.Bldj..  ^ ' 113 Granule St.,
■'     VAN. ;OUVER,   !',('.
limber lwnds Kancii   Lands.        Coast Lands and RealE*tat(j ine      rrospecior
WE ARE NOT
SIDETRACKED
Continued From Page 1.
flag station list as reported
on the    coast.    Am    very
pleased with their decision.
F. D. Keeley-It would
be impossible for the railway
people to choose a more appropriate spot than the spot
chosen.
A. P. Hughes -The site is
certainly the most convenient that could be chosen
from any standpoint.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
G. E. Cornwall, of Vancouver, is visiting friends
and relatives here this
week.
A. McLeod, of Pemberton.
was a Lillooet vistor Wednesday.
C. Copp returned Wednesday from Vancouver and
will leave for the Coronation
tomorrow,
Mrs. George Carson and
Miss Sebring are in from
Pavilion to attend the Masquerade.
"Lumberjack" Logan arrived from Anderson and is
expected to pull off his pleasing specialty "the White
Man's War Dance" at the
Masquerade tonight.
F. E. Jensen arrived from
Anderson Lake Thursday
night.
Engineer J. D. Downton
returned Wednesday from
the coast.
Mark Eagleson has returned from Vancouver and reports a very pleasant trip.
Jack Calhane, of Lytton,
is a business visitor in town.
Bert G )tt is in town from
his ranch on the upper Fraser.
The Lillooet bakery is
" now open and the proprietors say that they intend to
keep a model bakery, and
are prepared to fill all orders
in their line. Both gentlemen are experienced and will !
do well.
WISE  AND   OTHERWISE
"Say, did you see that
chromo in the blue dress?"
asked the man standing
next to   him at   the dance
"Yes," replied the one addressed with interest.
"Let me give you a tip.
She's a lemon. She walked
all over my feet. Don't try
to dance with her."
"I'm not likely to. You
see she's my wife.
A little chap was offered
a chance to spend a week in
the country, but refused.
Coaxing, pleading and telling of untold wonders, alike
brought from him nothing
but the ultimatum "No country for me." "But why
not?" someone asked finally.
"Because," he responded,
"down there they have
threshing machines and its
bad enough here where its
done by hand."
The Author—You can't
appreciate my work, j You
never wrote a book yourself.
The   Critic-No,    and   I
never laid an egg, but I'm a
better judge of  an  omelet
than any hen in the country.
. —London Opinion.
Teacher—Bobby, give me
an example of the word
"damper."
Bobby, after a moment's
thought-Paw says maw is
too damper ticular about
his feet being wiped.
Water Notice
For a Licence to Store or  Pen
Back Water,
Notice is hereby given that
Malcolm Meason of Lesser Dog
creek, Clinton, B. C. will apply
for a licence to store or pen back
wo thousand acre feet of water
on Lesser Dog creek, a stream
flowing in a northwest direction
and emptying into Frazer River
naar Th wler will be!"" b
stored in a res^: voir about 200-
acre capacity, built, or to be
uilt on Lesser Dog creek, and
will be used for irrigation pur
doses as authorized by Water
Record No. 125 and 87, Old Water
Record, on the lands described as
15,16, 17, 219 and 109, Lillooet
District.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 11th day of Jan.,
1913. The application will be
filed in the office of the Water-
Recorder at Clinton, B. C. Objections may be filed with the
said Water Recorder or with the
Comptrollerof Water Rights, Par-
ament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Wlcolm Laing Meason, Applicana
Ease and Comfort
Speed and Safety
= Lytton to Lillooet by =
AUTOMOBILE STAGE
Inquire of A.   G. REBAGLIATI at Lytton or at the|
HOTEL VICTORIA in Lillooet
Daily Service
New Managemtn
ON  YOUR WAY TO LILLOOET
Remember the
The New Winton  Car
Scherenzel and Parry, Propiietors.
Lytton, B. C.
F8rty-Seven Miles of Splendid Scenery
For Car Wire Lytton Bote"
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— J.   DUNLO
Store near Seton Lake
General Merchant
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Large Assortment of Goods Always on Hand
Dry Goods, Groceries,   Hardware,
Boots and Shoes, Clothing,    •
Miner's Supplies
========   Outfitter for Camp or Trail
R
SS. BRITANNIA
EGULAR Trips up Seton  Lake every
Day.
Most Convenient for  all enroute to Mission,
Bridge River, Short Portage, Anderson Lake,
McGillvray Creek and the Pemberton country.
Leaves, 9.00 a. m.   Arrives at Mission, 11.00 a. m.   Arrives
Short Portage, 12 o'clock
Returniug   caves Short Portage, 1:00 p. m.  Leaves M SMon
1:45 p. m.    Arrives, 4:00 p. m.
For prompt and efficient
freight service see Charles
McCaffery, Lillooet,     B. C
Lillooet Plumbing Shop
Chas. Noel Prop.

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