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 Do it Now!  SBHvertisein"the Courier  WEATHER   REPORT  Compiled by Mr. C. H. Urseth, of the  Hagensborg Obseivatory.  Temperature for the month of February,  maximum, 28.10, minimum, YA.42. Rain for  same period, 2.46; Snow, 2.75.  \  iitt- n'--"^',J*-'~"T"  _ 1. .,-������������������.--,���������-_=,  ^ '? "   'V^f   *:JrV _. -i  VOltf ifeW: 29,  BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 5,   19x3,  $1.00 a Year   .���������, 1  ~,.-.-rn^7T^--  ?  PoweiBoat Service  SiBSwth Bentick Arm  ,      $".������ ,JL iV"4���������        --  ' ^The announcement, has been  made th'at several local business  men have decided to put one or  more large and commodious power  boats; oh, the run between Bella  Coola and South Bentick Arm.  Thev promoters are confident  that the local farmers will   be  glad to have access for their produce to the excellent market provided by^the numerous logging  , camps, while it is not doubted  t 'iliatithVemployees of the camps  vr'wiMiten avail themselves of the  \ ������PpBSte3tfy ot vlslting nere-  "!H^K the  4'|^p   oach tQ. yjhtfl  ?������ jirW?ss*|j^-    '^cSSs, Lord, an employee of  Pierpoint Morgan Dead I Turkey Accepts  Great Financier Passes Away at Rome I       , Tgymg ������f  Pe&Cf1  Rome,   April  2.- J. Pierpont | ATT|TUDE 0F MONTENEGRO CAUSES  Morgan  died  here  on   Monday GRAVE SITUAT'ON  morning at the age of 50 years.  The  great    financier  had   been j    Constantinople, April 2.--The  suffering ill health for some time, j Turkish   Government   have  ac-  Burial of King Geor&e '.President-Wilson Australia Plans Large  of Greece Will Lower Tariffs Increase In Kvy  Washington,   April   2. Presi-      Sydney,  April  2.- The     ���������.-���������.!  death finally resulting from ner  cepted   the  terms  of   peace  as (  vous  prostration.   The   remains | offered by the Allies and fighting  are being-conveyed home on  an , has ceased.  Italian   warship   which   started  last night.  Scene of Unsurpassed Magnificence:  Athens, April 2. The burial of  his k'i.e majesty, King George.  look nla^e here today amid av/e-  inspn ine: magnificence never be-  'ore witnessed in the modern  city of Alliens.  The processions wore of great  dent Wilson and chairman Under- plans for Lhe ne:M 'free ;���������-.���������?���������  wood have-agreed to materially are to be on an ex". ���������'-i\v ���������,:.������������������ '������������������������.-  reduee the tariff affording pro- ancj include the laying down of  teetion to nearly every American  ihreedestrcyers,twosubmarin> s,  lruu:;  several battleships and a supply  T'ne readjustment of the tariffs 'ship.  by Congress will be based on a  lower scale of wages.  Montenegren troops captured: ]ength;  eastern   and  western Qj.     ^f Da^tori Faces  ur Fnrto ni  Sr������nfnri  while. DfiflCe   '.. _-t: 1 :.<.:,.���������'    k^,",,,-.-     flr,yil\'     rlic. .-.       - ���������%       t  n  Suffragette Leader  Will Defend Herself  ,f0Ur forts at Scutari whiIe peace nationalities   being   easily   dis-  The Pope, the King and scores | negotiations were pending.   The ' tinqui,hable by theil. distinctive  ^  TRK  tE irr.  witSSSIrious accident on Satur-  day^mgnt last.  iwffist returning from a visit  toi^n' Mr. Lord had the mis-  forTO^to walk off the approach  t^SBSwharf. falling some ten  felS&rtunately the tide was out  and'he alighted on a soft place.  The handrails had been removed  by parties engaged in public  works, and  although the night  of  foreign   diplomats  joined  in ! city is in flames,  j doing homage to the memory :of !    The latter action by Monten-  the .great financier. |egro may cause serious compli-  A death mask has been taken j cations as it is understood to have  by his ward, whom the deceased'been undertaken in direct de-  man was having educated in art. | fiance of the Powers.  (       ���������.. ..    ... ���������   A fortune, estimated at not less j      ~ " " "" "   than three hundred million dol ���������! Grand Tmnk Pacific to  lars falls to the son.  The deceased man's daughter  and son-in-law where the only  relatives present when death  occurred.  se  be Completed Next Year  Vancouver, April 2.���������Superintendent Donaldson of the Grand  Serious Problem!- London* April 2>"Mrs- Pank_  ���������-..... hurst, today, pleaded not guilty  costumes.     All branches of the      Dayton,   Ohio,, April  2.���������The ; to the charge of inciting to de-  ariny  and  church   were  repre- city  is  today   facing  the  most j stroy property,  nted. -serious problem ever presented-.    The suffragette leader refused  =-'to any city in the world.    Food! assistance of council and is eon-  <W Pfl7P fKIWed foi"      'Supplies  have  to  be found  for'ducting her own defense.  **��������� &   i        ���������     r-^������   i     one hundred thousand people for -_..__   ���������=:  TranS-Atiantic Fligflt an  indefinite  period.      Already    i thousands are subsisting on the  London, April 2,-Four entries *mogt scantv vations and the en.  have already been received for.er?ies ol the authonties are be-  the projected trans-atlantic aero-;jng  taxed   to   theh.  utmost  to)  plane race. ; prevent a famine.  A prize of fifty thousand dol-  New Ambassador to Britain  Washington, April 2.���������Accord-  to an announcement made today  lit is considered highly probable  that Walter H. Page will be the  appointee to the ambassadorship  to Great Britain.  Mr. Page is well known as a  prominent publisher.  Nelson in Darkness  Nelson, April 2  Trunk Pacific Raihvav announces lars is offered- and the race is \   Parcels Post System to be  ______! that   according   to   present  ar-'������*3en   t0   a11   nationalities,   the! ^   Revised  Irangements the last spike on the | course to be completed in seventy-!    Q        ~���������~ "^I~   . , ====F=S===S==^  jpacific section should be'..driven!two hours-        Mo^   P^lham, ���������        ^ ^    ^    ^   re^ul?4n^������aste^n Fishermen Leave for  nextvear- ! winner of soveral   great  races, ! p0bed u^ the -ame iegulaaons: Seattle  Members of i- '  ! savs that the fiieht will undoubt^! fehat govern the parcel post sys" ���������       '--��������� -���������- J1��������� T7���������,-f���������^ Qiofw hp an-      Boston, Mass., April 2- Near-  Nelson, April Z. ��������� ivxernueia m ; ������������������-   ���������   the Federated Labor Union, em- j    London, April 2. ���������It is announ-|edly be accomplished two years ; ^m "' ^ K"*  .        ,    :hPn,P. Phect to Canada.  j w'~  ly one hundred Boston and Glou-  was dark nO proper precautions ; uracing an trades, have gone out; ced as highly probable that the ; n".ncc'; Under the nresent svstem C- n cester fishermen left for Seattle  had been taken to warn pedes- i . nera] tje_ j ?rince   f Waleg wm vigit Canada |  " M_..^ .     .. ' t) ^c Vn^0" a ���������d��������� wdie! VJ Teomin^mCel where tl'ey ai'e t0 pbtahl berlhs  trians.      Mr.   Lord  sustained  a! ! ,    !    Manila,  Apul ^.     Uansico.  a aaa handles a.l incoming parcel on vessels operating in the hali-  >"     The whole city is in dark- j and the United States during the i Filipina,  has been  arrested for post without obtaining any bene- but  fisheries  of   the   northern  ''   - ���������-*1:'- ^ "i<-,c fit therefrom. Pacific.  ! up.  very severe shaking and is still I ^ ^ ^.^ .g paralyzed.    i summer.  'stealing military plans.  iste:  NGI i  .u-<ii'  I     ���������- ' !  suffering from the'effects of the  shock  Short Cut to Upper  ilfeXHcoten District L_  Jottings of Bella Coola and District  An    enjoyable   evening   was      A large party of men left here and purser Cornelius have been  spent by the numerous guests of on Tuesday last for South Ben- transferred to the. Beatrice.  Mrs. J. Clayton on Tuesday even-  tick   Arm.   where   they  will   be  employed at the several logging     ing last. _ camps  operated   by  the  Ocean  7 q  Pamosun docked here on \ cellent program arranged by an      Dancing was kept up until af- Fall_ Company.  b. b. uamosun uu _ ...:ii������������������ ter midnight, when a sumptuous  An altercation between a sailor  and the chief steward on the  steamer Mackinan, was settled  before   the   local   justices1 this  tl..-  .     ,   .. ,       n,    - -��������� ���������    ,    ���������    ,        ��������� ue nm m.uc i..^ j -:     Mrs.   T.   Hamilton,   of   New  The followmgladies and gentle- M_ p_ McI)onala,  \l,  A. leebay.   1)eveloument League, and will be 1 WGstminster. is visiting her busmen  took part  in the program: j. \y. Macfarlane.  I,.  1.  Calnan.   ca,.,.ied oul on a far more exten  The outgoing passengers inclu-  MrS- lL Hewitt (contralto), Miss ]l. Leese.  F. and C.  Hendricks. -^^^ ^^ {h_^ [n former vears.  Sobscri])tion sheets will be  ^ancpiive  ; meht/^ ,   ..  Foster^.'deputy minister of public  ^   Burnett, Goodwin  works, will send a survey party |  over the road this summer.   The|     -���������         - M���������m.v "                                ������    vt     u  '      aq  ���������Mii   lor-Mte -i tnil  or!������^d Messrs H. Grant,   k. llemy. E c,.anL  (SU!,rano).   MrsM> H.  mirvevors  will   locate  a  nan   wi .  surveyor                                           j    j01.j,enson. J-   B.   Sylvester, H iu (baritone). 11. Sulhei lar.d  Sr K..OVC  L.,Cokel;    .   (inand0|in,    ,    K.   Hic.enton  tWdomg away with the fort-  Nygaard. P. Kvenson. B. Rolston   iviolin), Miss j   ^yn,y; Messrs  night's'journey to that spot via: and C. Lacy.   0.   Lord,  H   M^^  A'  the Upper Frascr and  Clinton.      Mrs. Brewster is visiting her  h'^^ut^^^n[n {]^  The  assertion   which   has  been: parents,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   A.^K.   phorl"(lt.|nitt, [n  which wi re 'm-  T. Miller. F  Newcom'.-'.t'.  m  DF-VELOi'iV,i..\r LEAGUE circulation vt i \ shoitiy. and it is  A meeting of the members of. earnestly hoped that all residents  the above  K ague look place on  Thursday last  wiek at the Mackenzie School.  A large number of new mem-  band here this week.  Namu  of the valley will contribute liberally, and by so doing add materially  to the prospects of a huge  success.  TS  b  !   '''  ;!'i''  made  by   a number of  propec-; Qveson   of   Hagensborg.   belore }Aa.,.ed M,,ssi.j. b'. Le C, Grant aiul  ;.l;i  ���������t-     to the effect that the east; joining  her   husband   at  Rivers  ("\    Lindsell    representing    tjy  slope of the Coast range is rich |'i,ilet where they intend spending  visitors with J,k���������^- ";.C;/,l)'  in minerals, has led to the govern- j the summei  ment's.action, says Mr. Foster.  iK'Vsv.vi'eailopLed ii-;ciuilingina;iy  Ocean Falls  A building which has been  lately used as a mess-house for  the Cannery employees, was  completely destroyed by fire last  week.  The Cannery has been re':;ted  with a complete new line of ma  son   and  society.  II.  To Siirvey Townsite  at Kimsquit  !     Dr. Newcombe, well known on  i the coast as a collector of Indian  ! curios   has   been   making  some  th,,"-i^itim-������."wIio set the soeietVs  valuable additions to h.s already ' repi.l.S(M,t.lljVL.s   a   ,ia,,,   las,/in  extensive    co lection,    his    pur- ���������      ., , ,   ,���������     ..,,      ,      ,  ' '.       op|)osmgtherest)lutiou    liesolved  Kimcinnii   u r    i\/i.... i ->i      \'    chases trointhe oca   Indians m-   ..    ,   ,, ,���������       ���������     ���������   ..       .,  ivunbquiL, ti. c, March .>t.     V. that  rrevention   is   heller   tnan  eluding some very old masks. f,       .,  Debating Society Closes Season    ;    Both sides bucked to their work  in   seeming   grim   earnest,   and  The Bella Coola Debating So- /points' were only brought forward  ciety brought a most successful   to be immediately oblil"ratr������| by  jet  c.  Schjelderup, B. 0. L. S.. and Fo>  'berg -Hamilton, civil engineer.  ��������� 'are engaged in surveying out a  .Jtp^risite. The land was staked  ,*s||i|i two years ago by Mr.  "|l|a||lHon,   and   in   view   of   the  '"faSfjbat this port has been much  ;SD6ken o  ladies.  The  work   of   the   League   \'*>r  the   immediate   future   was  ol;t-  L.   Harris   for   the  lim,(,  .mfl  ,aim> w.,s (h.!y takt,n  up at a later meeting of the executive board field at Rolston and  Calnan's ollices on Monday evening last.  The next meeting of lhe executive board will take sdace at the  above mentioned ollices on Tuesday 8, at 7���������.:')() p. m.  The choice of a subject had by  prearrangement   been   left  with  The saw mill is   running full  blast, turning out immense quan-  ,,,,         | .,, the next speaker,  season   to a  close   on    1 hursda> -rh(1 nnal (lt,(.isinll, 1Vstine; with  evening last week, when a large ()^ .uuijt.m.Lli was arrived al   by  spoKenof as a possible railroad       thtiri        rmt.mi)el.sand friends ,,all(lti an,i eaus< d much sunn is,,  terminus   s.gnificant importance  ^   ^               {         lhe   MlK.ktM1.i, wluMl found-to be in favorofthe  may -be attached to the work oi  tongiej^uu  tU. ^ ^    ^ >>( ^  these two gentleme'n.  [School bent on enjoying the ex-, negative side by four votes.  TEAS AND COFFEES  ONLY THE BEST BRANDS SOLD BY US  tine.Moi'mu-.sii.KNTeouKisroNDKN'!.) ehii.ery,  and   every  preparation  The steamer Mackinan direct is being made for thehandlingof  from the port of San Francisco is a huge pack,  now loading lumber at the Ocean ~"  Falls   Company's   wharf.      The  Mackinan   is   one   of   the   well  --  known  Dollar  Line boats regis- titios of box lumber, for which  lend at   Portland.   Maine,  com- more orders are being received  mandul by Captain.i. MeCleinent everyday.  and will  clear  from this port di- Several  large   fish   scows  are  reel   to   San    l'odro,   California, under construction,   also several  with   two   million   feet   of   high power   launches   which   will   be  srrade lumber.  IIV iranl   Viw.'i   ''J  The Ca|>ihiiio l.roun-^t in a car-  ivo of mixed fronj.'ht and gasoline  i  on Tuesday last.  The  Princess  Beatrice arrived  used  collecting fish   I'or the cannery during the coming season.  B. BRYNILDSEN   fie  CO.  BELLA   COOLA.   LL C.  The cons: ruction of a new mess-  house is proceeding apace. The  building when completed wi'l be  ���������mmodious and  will  (.nTHii-d;iv inpkiceof theQueen   large  and   coi  i'-iivMrnlwill.-:-.!.:!!., onthisrun   meet   all  requirements tor* ..me  for the summer.    Captain Shaw   time to come. t
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pert in due course, the Commissioner was sent inland, and
when he opened his bundle of
forms be discovered that they
were forms���for the registration
of births and not for the registration of voters.
the Disfranching Bill
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The "Coarier " -has already
pointed out that the settlers in
the remote parts of the North
would have no opportunity of
of making application to have
their names placed on the Voters'
It now appears very doubtful
if the Government ever intended
that these settlers should have
the opportunity.
The following article which we,
take from the Victoria Times
'sho.vd the preventive measures
employed when an.honestetfort
was being made to reach the
electors of one of the many remote parts:
A- prominent   Liberal   from
Northern British  Columbia has
furnished the   Times with  the
strongest   possible   evidence of
the length the , machine will go
to disfranchise the electors.   The
gentleman referred to returned
from   the   north,   and learning
that the old lists were cancelled,
an.l that all qualified electors had
to file their application with the
collector of votes before April 7,
at once   realized   that   prompt
measures must be taken if the
people of the remote parts of the
northern   interior   were   to   be
registered;"'\ He  went to  the
government printing office for
forms and was told there were
no forms available, but that he
could get 500 the following Friday.    He went again on Friday
and the clerk' in charge informed
him that it was impossible to get
any forms.    The gentleman explained that the forms had to go
north  by  the  Princess May to
Prince. Rupert, that they had to
be taken immediately by a special
commissioner,   and   sent inland
40)-miles from Prince Rupert and
th.it'there could be no further
delay" or the people in that district would be disfranchised. The
clerk then went to the printing!
office and after some delay  re-1
turned with 500 forms securely
wrapped  in   strong   paper   and
ready for forwarding by express
or mail.    These forms were sent
��� north by express on the Princess
May.   They reached Prince Ru-'
Exploded the Wrong Way
The  cheers  with  which   the
Tories   greeted   Mr.-  Winston
Churchill's  Memorandum in
which he obliged Mr. Borden by
telling   the   Canadian   Premier
that Canada was not fit to either
build, man  or maintain  battleships,' have been succeeded by a
feeling of dismay as they observe
the wave of  resentment which
has   spread   throughout   the
country at this piece of ill-timed
and rather contemptuous advice
irom the First Lord of the Admiralty.    That which they hoped
would prove a bomb has turned
iut a veritable boomerang.    No
stronger proof of the inevitable
difficulties   attendant   upon  the
subservient policy of tribute, as
proposed  by  Mr.  Borden could
have been desired than the strong
irritation    aroused    throughout
Canana by Mr. Churchill's interference   in   Canadian   domestic
affairs���even though he did this
to help on the Canadian Premier.
It is simply a foretaste of the
continual friction and annoyance
that   would   certainly  result if
Canada were to follow the policy
of building warships in England
and leaving them to be manned
and managed by England, and
justifies  the  objection  that instead  of knitting  the  Empire,
Mr. Borden's policy would lead
to disruption.
Mr. Carvell lost no time in replying to the supposed bomb and
exploded it pretty thoroughly.
After the Tories had finished
cheering from Mr. Churchill's
statement that Canada could not
get the plant or mechanical skill
to build battleships and that
Canadians would not join the |
navy, Mr. Carvell pointedly remarked,   "I   had   no idea that
Ministers of the Crown would applaud this statement that you
could not get Canadians to join
the navy. Apparently these
gentlemen think you can not get
Canadians to do anything but
pay. lam ashamed that Canadians would applaud sentiments
of that kind."
"I do  not   wonder   that the
Prime Minister did not want to
read this   document, "he continued, "in his place I would not
have wanted to insult the people
of Canada by reading such a letter.'.'   And then as a man connected  with ,. steel   plants   and
shipping,   Mr.   Carvell   showed
that Mr. Winston Churchill had
shown hopeless ignorance of the
capabilities of Canada.    He further showed that Mr. Churchill
was in- all, probability simply re-
peating back what had been told
him���" Undoubtedly   'when;' the
Prime Minister and his colleagues
went to  England  last, summer
they told the British Government
that we could not man Canadian
vessels and should not under any
condition whatever allow Canadians to be put on board a vessel
or man-of-war.    .    .    And 'then
he sends back to the people of
Canada the   slander   they   left
red contribution or a Canadian
establishment. Laurier lost 15
seats there because he proposed
a naval expenditure. As, the re-
sultof a situation that is probably
unique in British history, the
Borden party; by methods that it
I is not necessary to go into here
reaped the benefit of those 30
votes on a division.
To say, therefore, that ; the
Borden government has a rhan-
date on this policy of direct cash
contribution to the British Admiralty is a gross perversion of
the facts.
When the Borden .government
has such a mandate obtained at
a general election there will be
no opposition in Parliament and
his bill will be put through with
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Has People's Mandate   ,
When Premier Borden asserts
that a , maj ority! m Parliament
must be empowered to put
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But the contention of the Liberal party is that, on this import-
The Bella Coola ..Development
League "is how in working shape
and is going about its business
with a vim that cannot fail to
bring success.
The object of the newly formed
league is so strictly in accordance
with that of the "Courier" that
we welcome the move and wish
it the success it justly deserves.
An organization of this kind
conducting a campaign of systematic advertising of the natural
resources of the district and its
unexcelled attractions for sportsman and'tourist, also the existing*
opportunities for various trades
and industries, cannot but help
to materially assist and hasten
the development of the district,
and this would certainly redound
to the benefit of every resident
of the district at large and more
ant and vital question of direct (especially of Bella Coola Valley
cash contributions to the British
Admiralty, the government of
the day has not the mandate of
the people.
At the last election the issue in
all the provinces but one was
reciprocity, a trade question. In
only one province, Quebec, was
the navy an issue at all, and
Quebec spoke against either di-
In every community there is to
be found a class of people who
while living in hopes of benefitting from the future development of the district in which
they reside, are extremely loth
to assist in the work necessary
to bring about the desired result.
They are satisfied to let the other
fellow do the work, but never
theless are as a rule loud in their
criticisni.of that work which they
refuse to share; yet are they
perfectly willing to share in the
the benefits that accrue.
Their one ambition seems to be
"to get something for nothing,"
let us hope there are few such
people in this beautiful valley.
The "Courier" cannot imagine
the person in this valley having
any interest at.all in its future?
welfare, who will not take it as
his plain duty, besides being to
his own personal advantage, to i
assist the Development League
to the extent of his power. !
"The development of Belial
Coola   Valley  along progressive!
lines," surely a worthy object,    j
The   League    requires    more!
'���'������'. .--���;.- .  r
members.    The larger member-:
. . ...... ^
ship, the greater influence will1
the League have. j
More members means more^
funds, and funds are necessary i
in order to carry out the program j
which the executive have map-i
ped out for the present year.       \
Join the League! Your very;
name on themembership roll adds j
influence, and if you join so will;
the next fellow. j
Help the League and by so do-'
ing you will help yourself. '
n "No naval policy will |Jf sl
factory to the peoplo of H>
Columbia which does moi pre
for the early protection of
Pacific Coast." Who sax! tr
Don't.all speak at onc<\
o     c     ��     o     '.
M��\ Churchill has iui<i .>;,���
thinks of the capacity </ -
dians.   It is not surpmih,.' *',
fore, that some Canadian-'
desire to tell him what (.'.uu^
think   of   Mr.   Churchil1
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intends to apply for ni-rn i     .-
chase the following (ksrr-i ��� j
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twenty   chains,   thener   ���.-.������r:]    <
chains, thence west nv..-tiiy <������':. ������'
or less to eea shore, i!,.r vu <r~<~
along shore to. point of cv.'cnie.'n-'-t
containing forty acre.-, a.vuor '^^-
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Take Notice that I, l     :' -
Grant, spinster, of  Bella ���
intend to apply for perm.-���
chase the following descril ���
Commencing   at   a   pos:   ���
the north-west corner of 1' :���
A'.narko   River,    Bella   ('���    <  ���-���
thence south forty chair..-   ' -   -
forty chains, thence north :��� r-
thence  east   forty  chair."  '>   ���'
commencement,  containii ,'   '.'-  -
more or less; formerly pri--:'.:' "
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Rolston & Calnan
We handle only first-class propositions
Insurance Written    IViitc us if you are seeking i^.fonw/io/
308 Water  St., Vancouver, B
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Boscowitz Steamship Co., Ltd.
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S. S.   "CAPILANO" or S. S.   "CotiUITLAM" i"*
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]<\,r raLcH ol' Freighw,   Pan-H and other in!'onn:ili"i'..  ^'PJ^
HroAD Oi-'Kir.K, Cakkau. St.,   Vancouver; or  ���l<"'N   ''
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"nilliiii"ilni!Tii    'f1    uji'Tury���Tiii'ff��mTr'l"~~> tfKfey* APril 5' I913  BELLA   COOLA   COURIER  ������r*  PROVINCIAL   ELECTIONS   ACT  2St  vei-  m  ray  ).  C.  SKEENA   ELECTORAL   DISTRICT  faoWSRlS HEREBY GIVEN that 1  &lt_0I?Wct has been cancelled, iini  ifishiit will be received at my ottu  tor  Y_1������S_  the List of Voters for the Skeena Klec-  ul   that   application to be placed on the  t will be received at mv office at the Government Buildings, Prince  >,C ' where-"printed   forms  of alfklavit.  to be used in support of an  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  (aJplifalp^to vote wili be supplied  rTh^lis^oX persons claiming to vole will be supended from and after the 7th  davvoJ������,7A$ril> 1913' a"cl 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 me thirty clear days before the holding of the  Court* of Television.  '     'Dated Ibis 3rd day of March, 1913.  J.  H. McMULLIN,  Registrar of Voters for the Skeena Electoral District.  DISTRICT   Or   COAST���������RA1TOB   III.  Takk  Notick that  Helone   Minsos,  of Vancouver, H. C,occupation married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following-described land:  Commencing   at   a   post   planted   at  the south-east corner, near the Island  in the Saloomt River, and about three-  quarters of a mile, more or less, northwest of Lot 154, thence West 40 chains,  thence North 40 chains, thence East 40  ! chains, thence South 40 chains to point  ! of commencement, containing 160 acres.  ! HELENE MINSOS,  Date. B. F. JACOBSEN, Agent  January, 28th, 1913. FVb. 8--Ap'l 5.  wVit6$6r Price List or make ship-  -ment at once. If requested, will hold  shipment''-scpai ate subject to approval. Uf my valuation is not satisfactory'; Jiyill teturn furs. No commission charged. 1 pay all express  chargcs\and icfund postage if sent  by mail".s"r,1,  FRANK  MlkSSm  BRANDON      -     -      MANITOBA  COOLA, B.C.  ESTABLISHED   1864  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  w  ���������llr  HOUSES AND LAND TO RENT  A House and Six Acres of Land for  Rent, in Bella Coola, B. C. $10 per  month, payable every six months in  advance. No agents. Apply to owner,  S. GLEDHILL, Hagensborg, B.C.  *A~  _i__^[i!i������������������������_gi-'6L_  i&BUSlNlCSS CARDS.  ^js^ras,2wrgfiqw������rr������  ST?  fG  ^l^^voys and Sub-Dlvisions  llllrey K. Burnett  WcfviL ENGINEER and  "l������ighl-AND  SURVEYOR  Bella Coola, B. C.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  pOAL MINING RIGHT!:; of the Dt.ininlon, in  *-' Ma.vitoha. .Saskatchewan and Ai-buiita.  ���������t.Y,w Yukon Tijkimtoky, the Nokth-wc.stTgi'.iu-  toricx and m u iiortiejii of the fitoviNCi: of  L'icrnsii Columbia, may be leased for a term of  twenty-one years at an annual rental of Si an  acre. Not more than 2,WW acres will be lei\3ed  to one applicant.  Application for a lea3e must be msulo.hy the  applicant in person to the Aaent or Sub-Ajcent  ol the diauicl in which the nKhw applied for  are uitualed. ,  In surveyed territory the land must he de-  Hcribed by sections, or leK-.tl Bubdivisiona of atc-  tiona, and in uuaurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must he accompanied by a  fee of ?5 which will be lefunded if the rights  applied lor are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish  the Agent with sworn returns accounting for the  full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay  the royalty thereon. If the coal .mining rights  are not being operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface r:������hts may be  considered neces3ury for the working of the mine  at the rate of S.10.00 an acre.  For full information application should be  made to the Secretary of the Department of the  Interior. Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lauds.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. H.���������Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for.���������30������',K).  DISTEICT   OP   COAST���������BANG!!   III.  Take Notice that Edward Le Coque  Grant, of Bella Coola,, B. C., occupation  farmer, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  twenty chains distant und in an easterly  direction from the north-west corner of  pre-emption No. 3082, situate on the  Atnarko River. Thence south forty  chains, thence cast twenty chains,  thence north forty chains, thence west  twenty chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres.  EDWARD LE COQUE GRANT.  Date, March 1, 10)3. Mar. _i--May 17  Hon  HOE  HOE  HOE  ion  VANCOUVEE LAND DISTRICT  DI3TBICT   OP   COAST���������BANOE   III.  Take notice that John Smith, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, in-  j tends  to apply for permission to pur-  I chase the following described land:  {    Commencing at a post planted at mile j  j post 49 on the 53rd parallel of latitude, J  I thence South eighty chains, thence West  eighty   chains,   thence   North   eighty |  chains,  thence  East  eighty   chains to j  point of commencement, containing 640 I  acres more or less. j  JOHN SMITH,     j  Date. January 2. 1913. Mar. 22-May 17 |  rocenes  Boots and Shoes  arc! ware  Merchandise  HOE  n or  hoe  hoe  H   G  30E  ____  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD  Surveyors', Loggers' and Pack-train  Supplies a Speciality  asmam.  $m  i t-Tt  i  MiWmalms  Sub-Dicisions, &c.  'a , Underground  {mils Surveying  ikl'ids of Engineering Work  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  11  fOE  P''  CHAMP and rPJlcDWALD  B.C. Land Surveyor  -   Civil Engineers  SELLA COOLA, B. C.  J. A. L.EROY Phone Set/. 9387 J- NATION  BUSMEETS ALL OOATS AND TRAINS  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������BANGS   III.  Take Notice that 1, Frank Broughton  . ( of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation provin-  i | cial constable, intend to apply for permission to purchase  the  following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  south-west corner of Lot No. 452,  marked F. B. north-east corner, thence  West 40 chains, thence South 20 chains,  thence East 40 chains, thence North 20  chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres more or less.  FRANK  BROUGHTON.  Date. January SI. 1<J13. Feb. S-Ap'l 5.  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 4.  Take   notice   that   William   Wil3on  Crichton, of Vancouver, B.C., oocupa-1  tion carpenter, intends to apply for per- j  misiion   to   purchase  the following de-1 /������������  scribed land: \({[  Commencing at a post planted at mile : j  post 48 on the 5Srd parallel of latitude,  thence north eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains, thence south eighty  chains, thence east eighty chains to  point of commencement, containing 640 j J  acres, more or less.  WILLIAM WILSON CRICHTON.     I  Date, January 2. 1913. Mar. 22-May 17 j  ���������W"Wtl!~!"m'.' '!���������"..'  '''  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  hi.  Hotel Winters  COR.  ABBOTT  AND  WATER  STREETS  VANCOUVER, B. C.  EUROPEAN   PLAN  SI.OO TO $2.50  Hot and Colo Water  STEAM   HEATED  .ROOMS WITH BATH  4k  First-class Watch Repairs  bgL._ 'done at reasonable prices.  ^Iworlc  guaranteed  and  postal  cha^el'fpaid.' Address all work to  PJXJuMpOT, 1353 Merritt Street  .   v^$|vlCTORlA, B. C.  I VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  |    DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.  !     Take Notice that I, Rebecca Crane,  j of Vancouver,   B.C.,  married   woman,  I intend to apply for permission  to pur-  ] chase the  following described land:  I     Commencing at a post planted about  20 chains west from the north-west corner of the north-west quarter of section 22,  Township 8,   Range 3, thence  North 20 chains, thence East 30 chains,  thence South 20 chains, thence West 30  chains to point of commencement, and  containing GO acres more or less situated  in the vicinity of Firvale, (formerly of  Sloan) B.C., Bella Coola Valley.  REBECCA  CRANE.  Date.  December 2'.1.  1912. Feb. 8-Ap'l 5.  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������BANGE  Take Notice that Harry Lloid Donahue, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  wireman helper, intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following  described land:  Commencing at a post planted at mile  post 48 on the 53rd parallel of latitude,  thence south eighty chains, thence west  sixty     chains,    thence     north     eighty j  chains,   thence   east  sixty   chains,   to ]  point of commencement, containing 48o j  acres, more or less. j  HARRY LLOID DONAHAUE.  Date. January 2. 1913. Mar. 22-May 17  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  VANCOUVER, B.C.  esase  ,3  Manufacturers   of   Shirts,   Tweed    Pants,   Overalls,  Tents,  Hand  Knit  Sweater  Goods  and  The Famous ".  OVERALLS  e of t  3������\  ���������fie?  DISTRICT   Or   COAST���������R\fl.STGE   III.  Take Notice that Walter Gutteridge,  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land: j .=���������  Commencing at a post planted at mie j \iv  post 48 on the  53 parallel of latitude,    ^5_E  thence south eighty chains, thence east      _  sixty chains, thence north eighty chains,   ,^^^  thence  west  sixty  chains  to point of   "^m~  commencement, containing  48o   acres,  more or less.  WALTER GUTTERIDGE.     |  Date. January 2. 1913. Mar. 22-May 17 ;  SOLD     BY     ALL     FIRST     CLASS     MERCHANT  c.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  lion  D.  c.  j VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.  I     Take Notice that Annie Phillips, of  | Pewsey,   Wilts.,    England,   occupation  ! married woman,   intends  to apply for  permission   to   purchase  the   following  described bind:  Commencing at a post planted about  eleven chains distant and m an easterly  direction from the south-west corner of  Lot No. 2(;()7F>, marked A. P's., N.-E.  ; corner, thence south twenty chains,  1 thence west twenty chains, thence north  twenty chains, thence east twenty chains  to point of commencement, containing  40 acres, more or less.  ANNIE PHILLIPS.  l>:ite<l. March 11. I'll:!.       JOHN SI1AFKK, Airent  Mar. 2J���������May 21  WeWantYourLand Notices  Advertise in the Courier  HnK^_i_>o__������o~���������������������������������  'D.  <    >-__������-<    H  K    )-___M)-flESB(M><5���������W-O-OK0-O  0-___D-0.������-_>0-nH-e-(   >���������������*���������������<   )4XB������(   >������__-M>������__w>-������ra!>BK>-<-MS-o  F YOU intend Building let us estimate the cost of Construction for you  R  p.m.  \-u  iii>  Wc supply  Mixterirds  ol" nil  Kinds        No extra charRc for  Plans and Specifications Satisfaction Guaranteed  Sfifl  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  BELLA COOLA        British Columbia  IVORB-O-aSK������<><___������.()^gK~������.(    )-CTB~>(  <)-������___-<)<  )<���������������������<    )-������B>^0-tt\i������������ O-*���������EVO-__���������1M>  ()<___>(    >4BSS_>(    )<aSB������-(    )  DISTRICT OF COAST,  RANGE 4.    ;  Take Notice that David Kidd, of \  Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, :  intends to apply for permission to pur- ;  chase the following described land: j  Commencing at a post planted at mile ,  post 48 on the 53rd parallel of latitude :  thence north   forty chains, thence east  forty chains, thence south forty chains,  thence  west   forty   chains  to point  of.  commencement,  containing   16U   acres,  more or less.  DAVID KIDD.  Date. January 3, 1313. Mar. 22-May 17  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTEICT   OP   COAST���������BANOE   III.  Take Notice that John Walker, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  north-east corner of Lot 675, thence  ! north eighty chains, thence west eighty  ' chains, thence south eighty chains,  i thence east eighty chains, containing  ; 64o acres, more or less.  j JOHN WALKER.     !  ; Dale. January U. 101H. Mar. 22--May 17  | VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT |  !    DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.    I  !     Take notice that Robert Campbell, of i  i Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, ;  intends to apply for permission to pur- !  , chase the following described land:  i     Commencing at a post  planted about;  live and three-quater miles south from ;  mile post 44 on the 53rd parallel of latitude, thence south eighty chains, thence '���������  south eighty chains, thence west eighty ;  , chains,   thence    north   eighty    chains, I  thence east   eighty chains  to  point  of  commencement,   containing  640   acres, :  more or less.  ROBERT CAMPBELL.  Dnteil. January ti. l'JIJ. Mar. 22--May 1/ '.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN  Agent for and Owner of  FARM, TMBER LANDS AND WATER POWER  IN BELLA COOLA AND VICINITY  TEN-ACRE FARMS A SPECIALITY  ^ After a residence of 30 years I have acquired  a thorough knowledge of the whole coast of  British Columbia, and can give reliable information of the different resources at almost any  point in this part of the province. A ll information strictly guaranteed.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN, Bella Coola. B. C.  1  'i  : ;  Oxaasw-o--En������-<>-aaE>-o-aa_���������-<)-3H������-<)-aBs_3-( >-<__3>o-������a_^<O><H__.o-esE2o-<0>-������__������o-������������_v<0><___^ to  To   Land   Seekers, Campers,  etc.  WHY PACK YOUR OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  WE CARRY COMPLETE LINES OF THE FOLLOWING AT BELLA COOLA PRICESi  GROCERIES TENTS  DRY   GOODS CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  HARDWARE PACKERS   REQUISITES  HAY AND   GRAIN  oia  HAGENSBORG  12 Miles from Bella Coola and oi< Direct Route to the Interior  Co.  0>-������_���������--a  CO-S_���������������0-���������38������-0<������_���������BK >-___������04___������<a>-____fc(>-'!__-������<Q)4___^^ ^^���������i.;;,^.^*;:^^-^^^^ ,������������������.,.  ml  BELLA  COOLA COURIER  Saturday, April 5  r.t^yrn*^**-^'*'*^^*^^  iOTMrnrmmimrfTi'nT'~~-"g:^^  LEADING   DEALERS   IN  hoc  HOE  &  ^  Men's, Ladies' and  Children's  oes  HOE  C=  3on  ���������_H  rion  3!F  i^rsirc  ^i  Men's Suits, Shirts  and Underwear  301  HE  UL  Pack and Riding Saddles  TENTS  -Camp, Heating and Cook Stoves  :,",te  WE  CARRY  A  LARGE  STOCK  OF  FANCY  AND  STAPLE  GROCERIES AT LOWEST   PRICES  Settlers, Prospectors and Campers  Supplies  BRYNILDSEN  8c  CO.  BELLA  COOLA  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT i VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT   VANCOUVER LAND DISTKl  Goola Hotel  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION AND PROMPT SERVICE  BISTBICT   OP    COAST-EANOE   HI.  Take Notice that Robert, Williams, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, |  intends    to    apply    for   perm ssion  to!  purchase the following described lands:;  Commencing at a post planted at the j  south-east corner of   Lot 675,   thence j  south forty chains, thence west eighty j  j chains, thence north forty chains, thence i  i east eighty chains to point of commence-!  | ment, containing 320 acres, more or less.  j ROBERT WILLIAMS.  i Date; January -1. 1913. Mar.'22--Mny .17  DI8TRICT   Or   COAST���������EANQI1   IIX.  Take Notice that Alfred Lewis, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation machinist,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  six miles south from mile post 45 on the  53rd parallel of latitude, thence south  eighty chains, thence west eighty chains,  thence north eighty chains, tnence eaat  eighty chains to point of commencement, containing G40 acres, more or less.  ALFRED LEWIS.  Li*TH Tt������ -^TiiltT'lli-Irt Ml Til  ������ln  Barber's Shop and Baths :. Building Newly Furnished Throughout  v t*mmm*rwmm*fT* .viuamatMimmmMmamuamM  HOME COOKING; First-class help only employed  t  BAGGAGE STORED FREE OF CHARGE, SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ENQUIRIES BY MAIL  FEED   STABLE   8N   CONNECTION  .��������� _-.--_���������.���������������   --. .-...-r...... ...-._-,���������----fY���������-  Date. January 6. 11*13.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  Mur.22-.Muy 1/  DISTH.ICT   Or    COAST���������&A.NGE   I  Take Notice that i^-r i'-,*-  Vancouver, H. C, occif ���������������������������'.  >  *'\~*  .intends tu apply for p>-T!ir.;i   i '  . clvase the following de*- r.U->i a  Commencing at a ]><������] )���������'>���������������������������'''  ���������  'north-caat  corner   of  I Kouth eighty chains, tlu  ! chains,    thence    north  ; thence west eighty chai  j commencement, compris'u ^ *<  j more or less.  j JAMKS !'v  ! Dato. Jnnunry 4. HU3. V'  L'.t  >���������]):'.  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������BANOE   III.  Take Notice that Smith Johnson, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation engineer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  commencing at a post planted about six  miles south from mile post 45 on the  53rd parallel of latitude, thence south  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  thence north eighty chains thence west  eighty chains to point of commencement,  containing 640 acres, more or less.  SMITH JOHNSON.  Date. January f>. 1913. Mar. 22-May 17  j VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  !    DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.  j . " .  '     Take   Notice   that  James   Pateraon,  \ of Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, :  ��������� intends to apply for permission to pur- ]  I chase the following described land: j  j    Commencing at a post planted at the ���������  ; north-east corner of   Lot  675,   thence j  i north  sixty   chains, thence east eighty j  chains, thence south sixty chains, thence j  west eighty chains to point  of  com- j  mencement, containing 480 acres, more j  or less. s  JAMES PATERSON.     !  VANCOUVER LAND DISTS  district op coast-  Take Notice  that I,  KAKGI  Mark '  :��������� 1VIU ���������  Date, January 3. VJ13.  Mar. 22-May 17  F- G_' .HAGAN, Proprietor  Advertise in the Courier  M>of>TM>-<W'nr'^'rj'rM  FRUIT  Calgary to Build War  Aeroplane  |    Calgary, March 31.    This city  I has opened a war aeroplane fund  and   already   $1,200   has   been!aircraft.  Marvin, of Atnarko, Up|><  occupation rancher, inten������i t" v,\  permission to pure-ham- ih. f :.  described land:  Commencing at a ptwt |'!ai.tt-;i  north-east corner of H. Ihtrn.H'M  umption claim, thence South LW  thence East 160 chains, tbenn-:  20 chains, thence West I'M c-  lo point of commencement  (120 acres, more or lens, in  known as the Sugar Gump, '���������'  Slide Old Government Tnnl, I  Coola.  MARK  WAI.TKK M  Pair. 1st March. I'jl'.l. *'���������  the  Al  of  in  Ci  m  ai  cl  dj  M  M  ;||  ���������m  pledged   by   prominent   >���������:  toward   the  construction  L 811  16 in. Oil Tan  Procpcctor  JECK1E CO. LTD.  Kf'nirmtmrfwawtfiV^  .. Largest Shoe ..  Manufacturers on  the Pacific  Coast  ancouver,  ������  If you are planning an Orchard  r KEMUMBKR  I The Capital City  I Nursery Company,  SALKM, ORK.  Is the liii'iner Nursory of the  Pacific Goaal  WE  GUARANTEE   OUR   STOCK  True to name  Grafted   from   .".elected   stuck  on three year roots  Free from Iiuiecl. Peats or  disease  Non-irrigated       Acclimati/.r-d  i    Ami every  tree gro.vn  in (he  celehraled Willamette  Valley,  the   acknowledged    home    of  nursery stock of the world.  Wo deliver to your noarost roil-  way station at the price n quo led  which includes tho freight, duty  , and inspection.  IF YOU GET IT AT  PLIMLEY'S  IT'S  ALL  RICH'  You should  just .see our Uohoh  and UrnameIjiIm  i J.N.Kenda  Ganadian  l> General  P. O. Box 901 Agent  Vancouver, B. C.  t)0-v^)><J)t><lB<  y  x  h  If  U  delight:  Are a^ain brought vividly to mind by the it'l'i1'"  Spring and liri^lil, sunshine. Wo have made v.1'1 ;i! |lM:  parations to cope with the Spring cycle husiiK'^-. :"  Plimley's will be (he best place at which t<������ 1������>'.' V"1  Cycle, whethei-you consider variety of choice. |V'-|;1 _',';'  of the machines or the actual value oll'ered. 11' v,,li '''';';  not afl'm-d a new machine, we will renovate :,eii|'^'"  wheel to the very best advantage at lowest possii'i'' f"-s ���������  739 Yates Street  victorFa, B.C.  ft  ci  oi  S���������  tr  is  tr  S(  h  B  t  v  0  V  S  f  0  a  ii  b


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