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Array >/*  X  H,0f  ���������ision  land-  I t|ie  -ak������,  '���������"br,  west  'tfhty  oore,  ^tion  uning  ���������13.  '"���������it.  in.  nfcof  a<-'tor,  J Pur-'  *t the  Lake,  hence  ���������ighty  "lore  ''Wing  Lake'  'it of  acres,  N*G.  li;K.n.  RICI  at  "���������% of  arritd  iissios  ���������Hasd:  ���������*est.  tsttrn'  'arktd  soult  hainj,  ���������o edit  ���������ment,  ON.  All*, a  Kicr  K HI.  ��������� Gad*  ���������cap* J  !������iy for j  lo������!5f  ai><!  rUnn  rerrj  J.Qk  the--* |  , Rlu't  t.V.  ������.U. 3.  'RiH  c m.  iicsu;  t.-i i. ���������  ;h-������'e*  thtr 1  t'A-er'j  <.ir.t ���������<  cres.  K l,D   m  '1  S.-*.  i i.  IS  SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION IN BELLA COOLA. EXCELLENT HUNTING AND  FISHING.  WEATHER   REPORT  Cornpil  n\   Ipv  Mr.  (":.  II.   UrHoth, of the  I [aj<ciislji>  'K < lli.servatory.  'J'i.'inpe  ���������atiiru  for   this   month  of   July,  maximum  70,   minimum,  AH.  Itainfa  II for Hanie period, 0.71.  VOL 1���������NO. 49  BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23,  I9i3.  $1.00  Y  ear  F-^Ji  i>ih  *S  1  xi  Passenger Steamer  Founders in>  Alaskan Waters  Many Persons Go Down With Ship  Seattle, Aug. 20. ���������Great loss  of life was occasioned when the  steamer "State of California,"  bound for Skagway, was sunk by  striking on a submerged uncharted   rock   in   Alaskan   waters,  in the vicinity of Gambier Bay,  on Sunday morning last.     The  vesselwas steaming at full speed  and struck with such force that  the bottom of the ship was completely ripped open.  The ''State of California" left  Seattle with fifty-four passengers on Wednesday the 13, picking up twenty-two more at Prince  Rupert, Ketchikan, Petersburg,  Wrangell and other points, and  all these were aboard the vessel  at the time of the disaster.  Only forty-three persons are  known to have been rescued,  these having been taken to Juneau by the steamer Jefferson.  The remainder of those on board  have probably perished, as most  of the passengers and crew were  in their staterooms. Seven of  the crew were killed at time of  the vessel striking. The purser  is uncertain how many passengers were aboard the ship, as all  records, together with mail, express and all such' matter went  to the bottom with the ship.  Nanaimo iYimers  Appear in Court  More Special Constables Arrive  Nanaimo, August 20.  Commission on Indian Affairs Meet  Local Indians  Mr. J.  McDonald,  pays, regular  of   picture  here  The Royal Commission on In-1 able.     Where  a   reserve is   ad-  orty-jdian Affairs created under Joint; judged to be unduly large, such  seven miners appeared in court j Agreement of the Dominion and j portion   as  is   regarded  as  un-jfamc,  pays, regular  visits  here   yesterday,   charged   with | Provincial Governments, for the'necessary for the reasonable re-land anyone that has any photo-  being concerned with the recent | purpose of finally adjusting acquirements of the Indians,  the |graphs that they would like en-  rioting.     All   were   remanded, j matters  with  respect to Indian j Commission is authorized to cut | larged will do well to see him at  bail being refused. \ Reserve lands in British Colum- j off, with the consent of the In-j his quarters  in   the   Grandview  A number of miners have gone j bia, spent the greater part of the ] dians,  this overplus land being ! Hotel.  Grandview Hotel. Mr. Dwyerjquested Messrs J. R. Morrison  expresses himself as highly plea-! and 11. L. Harris, both of whom  sed with what he has seen of the j have considerable knowledge of  place and especially the climate, j that part of the interior country,  He left for the south on thei to give evidence regarding the  Princess Beatrice, Fridav. ! character of the land included in  the present reserve, also in regard to how the reserve should  beextended to include additicr.al  hay lands.  to work in one of the small col-; present week at Bella Coola in  lieries. [connection  with its tour of in-  All danger of further rioting j vestigation of conditions obtain-  is not at an end, another detach-j ing on and affecting the various  mentof special constables having!reserves   of   the    Bella   Coola  Mr. E. Gyllenspitz, of Firvale,  was   in   town  on  Thursday last  preparatory to starting for the  i Interior,   where  he  will   take a  fhe Lysdahl Sewing Circle met! l)ar^' t0 ?���������"%*������* hl  work on the  guardian of the Indians, for the [ wherr it was decided to hold the  been sent over from Vancouver. I Agency.     The  present tour of use and ben fit of the latter.    in I annual sale oi work on the 14th  Harry K. Thaw Escapes  and Is Recaptured  Royalty on Timber  Victoria, Aug. 20.--Hon. W.  R. Ross, minister of lands, has  brought the question of timber  royalties to a head by announcing it as his intention to go into  the matter personally and commission-wise, with a view to arriving at a suitable basis for  levying the government charges  upon timber sales.  A list of places and dates forming the first itinerary of the commission is as follows: Vancouver,  Sept. 8; Kamloops, Sept. 9; Re-  velstoke, Sept. 10; Nelson, Sept.  12, and Cranbrook, Sept. 15.  Fatally Hurt on Track  Mission, Aug. 20. F. Ather-  ton, a young farmer living at  Hatzic, was run over by a C. P.  U. train, three miles east of  Mission, last night. Both his  legs were cut off. He died early  this morning at this place. He  had left here late in the afternoon under the influence of liquor.  To Ensure a "Good Catch"  Get One of the Famous  Coatisbrook, Que., Aug. 20. -  Harry K. Thaw who, after one of  the most sensational trials of recent years, was found guilty of  the murder of Stanford White  and being proved insane was incarcerated at Matteawan, from  which place he recently effected  his escape, was arrested here  yesterday by local officers at the  request of the sheriff of Col-  brook, New Hampshire. The  sheriff recognized Thaw as he  boarded a train and followed him  in an automobile.  A reward of $500 was offered  for the recapture of Thaw  the   Commission  is  being made  will occupy approximately five  weeks, all reserves in the Bella  Coola and Queen Charlotte Agencies being visited with the lone  exception of Ulkatcho, which is  to be visited next year.  The Commission is composed of  the Hon. E. L. Wetmore, the  chairman, chosen by unanimous  agreement of the Dominion and  Provincial representatives ��������� Dr.  J. A. J. McKenna and Mr. N.  VV. White, K. C, being the Federal nominees and Mr. J. P. Shaw,  M.P.P. and D. H. Macdowall the  representatives of British Columbia.  sold by auction, and one half of!  the net proceeds being retained! ���������< --���������-      "trails  by the Province, while the other i������n  Thursday,  14th inst., at the j    Mr.'GiUenspitz will travel over  half is paid to the Dominion as j home .of  Mrs.  B.  F.  Jacobsen, | the summer trail, which is used  considerably as a short cut to  northern points, clearing obstructions and making necessary  repairs as far as Ulkatcho. From-  this point he will proceed to  Kimsquit by way of the Kwalcho  and Sigutlak Valleys where he  will also do any work necessary  to put the trail in good order.  The party will be away some  six weeks.  consideration  of  sharing in the^October next^  with the C. P. R. steamer Qu*een  proceeds of such sales, the Pro-!  The   Bella   Coola   Telephone.  City, under special charter, and] yincial Government is to abandon j power and LighyCompanv have  its claim to reversionary interest  in   reserves  throughout  British  j extended their system to connect  I with the Cannery, which brings  Columbia, the future administra-' ..    i���������ff,.x,. ,,i.-   . ���������' 4   ,  .      ,     : i-i the latter place into communica  tion of such reserves being there  by greatly facilitated.  The great feature of the Commission's work is to be the finality   which   will   characterize  its  tion with the rest of the valley.  S.S. Queen City, of the C.P.R.  fleet, bearing the Indian Commission arrived here Sundav af-  determination of the extent and j ternoon  location of Indian lands in Bri- \    Mr_ Fol1Jrne,. the local Indian  agent left on Friday previous for  Rivers Inlet to be present at the  tish Columbia.    Upon the adop-!  tion  of the  Commission's final I  report  it is expected  that the  condition of the Indians in this  Province will be greatly impro-  sittings at that place. O-Wee-  Kayno reserve at the head of  Rivers Inlet is the southernmost  reserve within   the  jurisdiction  Mr. M. W. Marvin, of Atnarko,  visited town last Monday and reported all and sundry in first  class order in his neighborhood.  Many matters in the Upper  Valley have needed adjustment,  not only in the way of trails and  bridges, but also the mail service, and it is gratifying to know  that this latter grievance has to  a great degree been remedied.  A new post office has been established, with Mr. Marvin as  postmaster. The name of the  new office is Colley, mmed after  ved, tltey being placed, in-so-far  as  land  holding   is   concerned, j 0f the Bella Coola agency.    Mr.  The Commission is constituted  upon practically the same basis Fougner will a'so accompany the' t'lt' 'ate ^-  ^- Volley. B.C.L.S  under an Order-in-Counci'l bear-1 as the Indians of the other Pro- j Commission   to   the    northern I "!w ������f ^ TT''" s"ry?-Vors of      ing date of the 27th November "virices of Canada.    It is expected j boundarv of this aeencv which i������ ���������    fi V*    lU] t ?l   %���������<    ���������  1,    ,        ,,        , , .    ,   ,    ,,   ,   ., ,      f ���������        ,���������     .���������������������������     ! uuuikuu \ oi uiis at,Lru\ w men is ln the foundering of the Titanic  last, and based upon and includ-  that the work  of investigation j p0l-t Essinyton on the Skeena  ing an Agreement Previously en- j and adjudication will occupy ap-1    Dm^   ������umkv &rte^n 'ail(,  eDOrtation ! terClint������ ^T6���������        McKenna; I }^imRately three/!,ars-    Mr- J-   evening the members visited the  wpui iuuuu j as a Special Commissioner named ! G. H. Bergeron, K.C., B.C.L., a  ���������,     ,       ,       ��������� . nrv      | bv the Dominion Government to i well   known Quebec parliamen-  Sherbrooke, Que., Aug. 20.   -i.v      ,.    ,    .. ....        - T ������������������    ,    .       . , , ^ ,. .,  'investigate the condition of In-  tanan, is secretary and solicitor  Lawyers Oppose Thaw's  Protracted conferences held  by j  lawyers   retained   to    oppose;  Thaw's   deportation   to   United j  States, indicate that preliminary  arrangements in Court will   be  postponed at least one week.  Great interest is being taken  in the case, the Supreme Court  being crowded before the proceedings commenced.  various places of interest. Monday morning the Commission  settled down to business in the  NOTICE  Mission Church on the reserve,  A meeting of the Executive Committee of the Bella'CoolaDevelop-  ment League will be held at the  GRAND VIEW HOTEL,  dian Affairs in British Columbia, ! to the Commission;  Mr.  C.  H.  and PremierSirRichardMcBride.: Gibbons, K.O R.S., of Victoria ��������� ; Considerable evidence wastaken. ion MONDAY.  25, at 7:30 p.m.  acting for the Province m  the ; being associate   secretary    and ; bolh  dm..        the  morn        and j  same behalf.    I he functions of , Mr. McGregor Young, K.C., o������ f eveni������������������ sessions, the Work"bein������rl    :  the Commission are strictly limi- j Toronto,   representing   the  Do  ted to the adjustment of reserves minion  Government,   (as guar-  according to the necessities and , dian of the Indians in thecapaci-  conditions  of  the   Indian  occu-jty of counsel.)  pants.    Where it is found that a j    Although the functions of the  reserve contains sufficient land !, Commission are distinctly limited  _T ,       ^       U      1   J      ' tor ^ie nianitenance ������f tne *ncu" I to   determination    of    reserves  Dynamite  Car EXplodeS; ans domiciled   thereon,  and no | iands questions, it is authorized  j more, such reserve will be finally ; to hear general complaints and  Mexico City, Aug. 20. - --One j confirmed by the Commission, j grievances of the Indians and to  hundred persons were killed j Where a reserve is found too ! report thereupon to the Govern-  yesterday by the explosion of a i small for the reasonable require-' ment at Ottawa, with a view to  carload of dynamite. \ ments of the Indians it. will be  the future betterment of depart-  The disaster was caused by a ! sufficiently enlarged, the Pro-|mental administrative polio-  car pipe crashing into the dyna-; vince guaranteeing to furnish the ; with respect to Indian affairs in  completed by six o'clock.  Shushartie Bay  The Commission remarked on j    The news of the death of James  many evidences  of  thrift  that! MeGraw,  by drowning, will un-  were noticeable throughout the  Bella Coola reserve, making special mention of the houses, which  were described as being the best  the Commission had as yet seen  on any reserve yet visited on  this northern tour.  At the close of the afternoon  session, Mr.  J.   W.  Macfarlane,  doubtedly come as a shock to his  many friends in this district.  From the meagre details to  hand it is not clear how the deceased came by this untimely  end. It seems that after putting  in the season fishing at Rivers  Inlet, the deceased man left for  his home at Stranby with his  skiff in tow of the tug Tyee.  When abreast of Egg Island the  requisite additional lands where  this section of Canada,  such lands are adjacently avail-;  B. BRYNILDSEN & CO.,  Stock Only the Best Fishing Tackle  BELLA COOLA, B.C.  mite  car.     The  victims  were  mostly women and children.  Protest Turkey's Advance  Vienna.   Aug.   20.-   The  gov-,  ernments of Europe, it became!  known  here today, will shortly!    s. S.   Princess   Beatrice   made  local   farmers   are   at   present-  make definite representations to | |lor weekly call at  this port on  laboring, and it is hoped that be  Turkey against the   further ad  vance of her troops in Thrace.  ! superintendent of roads, submit- Captain of the Tyee noticed the  ! ted plans of a road through the *kiff ad'"ifl and McGraw struggl-  I reserve and a bridge across lhe ing" in the water ancUmmediately  i i ��������� i  ft    d     -proceeded to his assistance End  | Bella Coola Kiver which the Pro- ;?ucCGeded in getting him aboard  ; vincial   government    propose ��������� the tug.    Every means was em-  milding.    This matter was put  ployed towards resuscitation but  lefore the  Indians who expres-   iu vain. ...      .  ,  ., , i i    , It is surmised that in the rough  sed themselves as agreeable to- ^  wards the project.  On Tuesday evening the Commission left for Talio reserve,  situate at the head of South Ben-  ; Fridav last with her usual quota  fore long a better state of affairs ; tinck   Arm.   returning   1  Ultra-Violet Rays  Experiments  Paris,   Aug.  11).     It  is   stated  that the French  government  is  watching a series of extraordinary experiments at Havre  with  an  invention of  a   man   named  Ulivi,   who  is said  to  have discovered   means    for   projecting  ultra-violet  rays  a   distance   ofj  fourteen    miles    and   exploding j  gunpowder contained in a metal-;  lie box.     It is claimed that   thej  rays also will explode torpedoes;  at the same distance.  iof freight, also a number of pas-  isengcrs among whom was Mr.  B. F. Jacobsen who had been  visiting Prince Rupert as Bella  Coola's representative before the  Agricultural Commission.  The thanks of the people of  this place are due to Mr. Jacob-  sen for his valuable services in  so clearly setting forth the difficulties regarding transportation  may be brought about.  The   steamer Venture docket  here on Sunday last at 10:30 a.m  Among   the   passengers   were  Mesdames J. W. Macfarlane. T  Cummings and A.  K. Overson;;  Messrs J. W.  Macfarlane. J. C.  Lindsell,   P.  C.  Coates,   J.  McDonald and E. Dwyer.  hiv on  ��������� Wednesday evening in order to  'meet delegates from the Ulkat-  j cho tribe, who were expected to  ; arrive on Thursday.  ! As these delegates failed toar-  rive on Thursday evening, and  i as the changes in the itineray of  j the Commission prevented any  j further delay, it was decided  ithat the Commission should visit  Mr. E. Dwyer,  representative j the    Ulkatcho    reserve  facilities,    between    here    and of* the Dominion Trust Company ' next year.  '.>.,,..,..)   under which the of Vancouver, is staying at the.    The Commission,  Prince Rupert, u  (lurmg  lowever. re  sea prevailing, the skiff bioke  away from the tug and that the  unfortunate man fell overboard  m an effort to regain the rope.  ��������� The body was brought to Shushartie Bay and at once forwarded to Alert Bay where an inquest was held.  A large number of friends of  the deceased from Shushartie  and Stranby. chartered a launch  and proceeded to Alert Bay to  attend the funeral.  ,lames McGraw was an early  pioneer of the Shushartie district  and hail a choice pre-emption at  Stranby. He was well known  and respected all over the north  end of Vancouver Island, also at  tlu1 Rivers Inlet and Smith's Inlet canneries. An aged mother  survives him at Scranton. Pa.  to Advertise.   An ad. in the Courier never fails to bring results.  S Give us a trial. (���������nort^nEb.Lc.) Let us publish your Land Notices. HBJJ���������Uftn-V-. Ui~ -  BELLA  COOLA  COURIER  Saturday, August 23,   /9/j  The Courier  Published Weekly at Bella Coola by  the Bella Coola Publishing Co. Ltd.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Canada  ,   v  $1.00  1  Year   *  6 Months    ������-^  3 Months    0,5������  United States  1  Year ?1'5������  United Kingdom  -v  $2.00  1 Year   *  Subscriptions payable in advance.  Subscribers not,receiving-their copy  regularly please notify the management  at once. Changes in address should be  sent in as soon as possible.  -For  Advertising Rates,  Apply at  Office.  To Coiuiesponuents���������No letters will be published  in the Courier except over the writer's signature.  The Editor reserves the rittht to refuse publication of any letter. (All manuscript at writer's  risk.  Vancouver Office - - 317-323 Cambie St.  "������alu'0 iwjntlt janprema wt lex."  SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1913.  A Vexed Question  The Prince Rupert Journal announces in a recent issue that  the farmers of Bella Coola Valley  have been .laboring under wrong  impressions as to. facilities for  the shipping of produce to Prince  Rupert.  Mr. B. F. Jacobsen, representing Bella Coola before the agricultural commission, repeated a  .complaint that has on several,  occasions found expression in  our columns���������the lack of transportation between this place and  Prince Rupert.  In this regard we-are now informed by^the agent for the C.  P. R. at Prince Rupert, Mr. Mc-  Nab, that admirable arrangements have lately been made  whereby the Bella Coola farmers  are permitted.to 'ship produce by  the Princess Beatrice which  steamer will convey said produce  to Alert Bay and there unload it  onto the Cannery wharf to be  picked up by the Skagway steamer on'her way north, and also  that we are further favored by  affreight rate of $3.50 per ton,  instead of $5 per ton from Vancouver, which is more than  double the.distance.   .  All this is very pleasant reading, especially to Mr. McNab and  possibly  some   other people in  Prince Rupert, and for their further benefit we may inform them  that the .Union Steamship Company are going even one better.  By the latter company's steamers  the produce would not have to  travel so far by several hundred  miles, the transhipment; taking  place at Namu instead of Alert  Bay.  o    o    o     o     o  The .people of Bella Coola are  not anxious to ship their produce  up and down the coast in order  that it should ultimately arrive  at Prince Rupert.  What the farmers here require  is a means whereby their produce  will reach Prince Rupert without  transhipment at any way port,  and we feel safe in saying that  no other arrangements will be  accepted as satisfactory.  The Journal is correct in its  statements that Bella Coola potatoes have a reputation of being  as good as those grown in Ash-  croft. Our farmers are proud  of the quality of their produce and are naturally desirous  that such produce as they may  ship to Prince Rupert should  reach there in good order, hence  their desire to avoid transhipment.  In last week's issue, the Courier  published a letter from J. E. Griffith, public works engineer, to J.  W. Macfarlane; in regard to a  claim for damages from the government by Charles Lord of Bella Coola.  The facts of the case have already 'been stated in the Courier  and are understood too well to  need repetition.  Mr. Griffith remarks "that in  view of the fact that it is not  customary to fence the wharves  in different points of the Province���������the 'Department decline  to pay this claim. "J ���������  It would appear, he says', "that  if the claimant could not see.the  side of the wharf, he would be  in the same position when he got  to the end, which I presume is  not fenced in like a corral."  We would mention for the information, of Mr. Griffith, that  Charles Lord did not fall from  the wharf either at the side, or  the end, but from off the approach to the wharf at a point  some half mile from the wharf  proper.  Whether customary or not, the  approach to the wharf has been  fenced for nine years, and a  small portion oi the rail had  been taken down by a foreman  in charge of the wprk of repairs  of the wharf who for some reason  of his own chose to unload a  number of piles at this point,  from where at high water they  might be towed to the wharf  where they were to be used.  This rail was not replaced at  night time nor was any warning  given to the public that part of  a fence that had stood for nine  years was missing. .  , Mr." Griffith, with astuteness  altogether remarkable in a person of his position, presumes  that Jthe end of the wharf at  Bella Coola is hot'-fenced in like  a corral.  This would seem to be meant as  a distinctly offensive bit of sarcasm, casting aspersion on the  people of Bella Coola.  We would tell Mr. Griffith however, that the fact of the-letters  C. E. (whether they mean civil  engineer or christian endeavor  matters not) being tacked' on to  a person's name does not grant  him a monopoly in the matter of  brains, as is evidenced in the  case of Mr. Griffith himself by  A Logical Result  It is impossible on the part of  anyone interested in the labor  situation in this province to close  his eyes to the. seriousness of the  labor conditions at Nanaimo.  The temper of the men who for  months have been practically  quiescent, is very ugly indeed,  and while serious rioting ;has already occurred, there seems no  immediate possibility of a better  state of conditions prevailing.  In short, the provincial government is now facing the logical  results of a policy towards the  miners which has varied between  indifference and absolute neglect.  During the'last*session of the  legislature the government was  given an excellent opportunity  to intervene in the strike by the  appointment of an arbitration  committee.  In fact Parker Williams, as representative of the miners, offered a resolution in the House,  suggesting the appointment of  two private "members on the  government side and one socialist  to act in that capacity.  This measure was however,  turned down by the government  at the instigation of the premier.  Can It be Possible  Can it be possible that Australia is seeking closer trade relations with the United States as  a cable dispatch from London  tells us?  Can it be possible that Australia can so far forget its duty to  the British Empire' as to want to  do business with Uncle. Sam?  . Can it be possible that Australia, which is held up to Canadians  as the very perfection of Empire  loyalty, should desire to do anything so traitorous as barter with  the Americans?  Can it be possible that Australia, recreant in the duty it owes  to the flag, is willing to sell its  British, birthright for a mess of  pottage.? ...''���������  Then ;the days of the great  British Empire are numbered.  The "majesty of the British name  is disappearing for ever. Oh,  what a tale of woe!  Afraid  The government newspapers at  Ottawa are saying that there  will be no redistribution bill introduced this year, the reason  given being that the whole,basis  and system of parliamentary representation may be changed as a  result of the conference of the  provincial premiers which is due  to take place at the capital in  September. * >  Is that the real reason? Everyone knows that ���������whatever conclusion the provincial premiers  may arrive at, there can be no  change in the basis of representation without a change in the  British North America Act, and  to make such a change would  take so much time, that the probability is that Mr. Borden and  party, will not be in power when  the change can legally be brought  about.  The truth is that Mr. Borden  is afraid to go to the country-  either with or without passing a  redistribution bill, but those who  are in control of the party machine realize that every extension  ;'of ^he franchise "means so much  lost ground.  Mr. Borden's strength lies in  the East.    A measure of redistribution would give to the West  a far more potent voice in nation- j  al affairs and there is no doubt  that that voice would be emphatically on the side of Liberalism.  -  That  is quite   understood at  Ottawa, and if the redistribution  bill is shelved it'is simply because the government is afraid  to go to the country in the face  of the larger vote it will create.  Are You Interested  In Watches and  ESEKH  -GRADE  we  mai  [r^Y/br'r dv) STERL!NG SILVER  fcAV t,LLK1    r     WARE in Canada.  0*  are the largest  manufacturers   of  T  A  ���������i  ������������������������  Then write for our Illustrated Catalog  which will be sent free to your address  IF YOU HAVE TO BUY A  WEDDING PRESENT  CONSULT OUR CATALOG  We carry all lines of quality Silver-  plate Tableware and Cutlery as  well as Leather Goods, Brass  Goods and Rich Cut Glass.  HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.  JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Vancouver, B. C.  GEORGE E. TROREY  Managing Director  m  t tOLZD  30E  ZD  O  cz3or;:51  s  The Pioneer Bank of British Columbia  0  his idiotic letter.  If we call the roll of the sons  of - greatness and influence , we.  shall see���������that they are also the  sons of self-sacrifice.:���������N. Hillis.  Attorney-General W. J. Bowser, commonly called "Napoleon  Bowser," had some gold medals  cast for the purpose of rewarding the Indian chiefs in the Lil-  loet district for assistance rendered by them in the capturing  and bringing to justice of the  two Indians, Moses Paul and  (Paul Spintlam, who killed Constable Kindness, near Clinton,  over a year ago. Mr. Bowser  took to the tall timbers himself  to meet the chiefs in the woods  of the north with all the medals  in his pocket and "everything  ready for presentation, only to  find that the chiefs refused to  take the shining medals that the  taxpayers of the province had so  liberally paid for.  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CRAN, Manager  BELLA COOLA, B. C.  ��������� i  iii  fns I  o     o  IOE  Rolston & Calnan  TOWN LOTS FARMLANDS ACRK.V'.K  We handle only first-class propositions  INSURANCE WrFITEN       Write us if you are seeking information  BELLA   COOLA,   B. C.  A  VALID P01  A SUPERIOR   MEDICATED  WINE  Unsurpassed as a  TONIC,  STIMULANT   AND   INV1GORATOK  J        4       ������T ~~������ ������   .   1      Wholesale   Dlstrjh^!  . A. 1 epoorten Ltd.,vancouverJs-S  PROJECTED ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC & HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.  UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C., LTD  Boscowitz Steamship Co., Ltd.  RFCULAR  FREIGHT   AND PASSENGER SKI^'|; !  RETWFFN  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER  S.S.' VENTURE',eavcs Vidoria every We,,nesjlay'  -Leaves Vancouver every Thursday al I  S. S.  LEAVES I1F.LLA COOLA SUNDAY MORNING.  Oaimlano" or S. S. 'Toquitlam" also <'-'l!l '  Gasoline and Fx plosives by special ari"ini-''<,|llr|1'  Fur ral.e.s of   Fivitflil.s.   F;ircs and oilier inCornial ioii.  -'M1  11 !���������:Ai> Okkick,  Cakkau. St..   Vancoiivi-.h ;  or  John   La-1"'  100)  doVKKNMKNT   S'f.,    VICTORIA. Saturday, August 23, 19)3  ax  i  M0>  mm  ������0)i  The Borden Bluff  BELLA   COOLA   COURIER  BY C. A.  | SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  ! REGULATIONS  ^SE^^tS^gSBSSSBSS^SS^SSSS^BBBSBSOSaSBBfn  B3  o><  M0M  WJJH  pOAI.  xau  ���������<M  a.  m  Usually a joke does not .improve with the, retelling. Mr.  Clements appears to have contributed something new (in his  Bella Coola speech) to Mr. Bor-  Iden's naval contribution proposal,  Ibut whether the statement that  1 ^contribution was notintended  "5 anything "further than a loan,  lakes it more acceptable to anyone is another matter.  We take it that everyone has  feeling that Canada is under  in obligation to assist the mother  fcountry  in   policing   the   trade  routes of the world, and we re-  iii-e no apology from our public  men for any honest endeavor at  [discharging that obligation.  Mr. Borden did what  laid  in  tis power to contribute $35,000,-  100   of   Canadian   money,   the  string attached was that it should  ie used to construct three first-  fclass ships.    As he did this to  meet an "emergency", and as he  did not propose to design, build,  man, or keep the ships in repair,  n fact-do anything other than  proposal, is that present sources  one who has had opportunities  of comparing prices in tree trade  and protective countries, l.ml it.  is mentioned to show that even  the dear friends who wined and  dined Mr. Borden so royally  while he was gathering the information and inspiration which  brought forth his contribution  proposal, are not in financial  despair.  Second    the   land   reformers.  They comprise about 180 members  of  the  present   House  of  Commons,  varying all  the way  from out and out. single laxers  to the fellow who on the general  principle   of  human   cnssedness  favors any proposal calculated to  make   the   other    fellow   pay. j  Those are the follows backing up j  Mr. Lloyd George, and no one has '  any delusion as to who will get!  hit should Mr. Lloyd George be j  called upon  to go  gunning  fori  further revenue.     The greatest;  difficulty   encountered   by  land \  reformers   in    advancing   theii  ������3 |   -omi...;.  .-,.  ���������   !   I in i'i /."K (  I '.v.-nl ���������. -.,.  ,-IM. MOUTH of lli.- Dominion, in    I  "i:.\. Sa.m;a-h.iii.;wan :iihJ  Ai.iikiita.    i  1 i-.i-.iu one., i.h,. Noin h-wk.stTi:iuu-   j  in   ii   porl.ion   of   tli.-  I'iiovinck of    I  i-1 MIMA, rn.-iy lie ]ea..;������..,|  (',������������������ ;i term of   j  ;'H"  yeuirt  iit  ;ni  iiniiuul  i-.'iiliil of  $1 ,-ni    !  ���������'.'   more  loan  z.MKi .-i.t.-h will lie leased    i  i" "lie .-iniiiii-iiiii.  A|.|.li.-!ilii.n I'or ii leuiw- iniisl lie nui.le |,y the i  .-i|.|.liraiu in |ien;.iii U, t he Air-nl. or Snli- Atf.-nl I  "I Uie iliHl.nct. in which (he richt.K a|.|.lied for I  are nil uati..l.  In   Hurveyeil   t..-i-> ilury   (he  lan.l   miisL  lie <lc-    I  serilieil |,y siM-t.inns, or le^al .uiUlivinionH of wi>  lioiin. :i nil in niiHiirviyeil   lerrilory  the t,a.-l. applied   for Hh.-tll  l,u HL.-ikc-U oi.il by   Hie :i|i|ilii:mit  ullliMelf.  lu-ieb a|i|.lical.i.>n must be .-utcomimiik-il by a  fee of iff. whii-h will be refunded if the rights  iil'l.h.d lor are not available, but not (.| herwi^e.  A ruviilty shall be paid on the iiier.-lianlable oiit-  |iu| of th..- tnine at the rate of live ci;nb; per ton.  The person operating the mini; shall furnish  lln: AiCMMt. with Hworn r.-tu'rns ac'countini; for the  lull quantity of merchantable<:.,al min.-d and pay j  the royalty thereon. If the coal mining rights  are not beiiur operal. d, such h-turns Hhuuld be <  furni.-ihed at lea ,t once a \ear. j  Tin- lea.se will in. huh- the coal milling riuhtM I  only, but the lessee may be permitted to inn-- I  chaae whatever available Korlace rii/lil.s may be i  considered necddsai y for the working of the mine i  at I.In; rale of ilu.mi an acre. j  I'm- full inl'oiuialioii apiihcalinn should l>e j  made I., the Secretary of i i," I i.-pari m.-nt of the I  Intei'or. Oi lawn, or to any A:-ei,t or Sub-A;.:eia \  of Dominion l.uud.4. ;  W.  \V. C.OIJY. '  ;  Di-liuly Minist'-i- of the Interior.    !  N.I'..     l:iia!iO,orii-..,|   pubiicai ion  of  tlii.-> ad-    j  vert:-;, men!  writ ooi. be i>a.,i f..r.    ;i'J,'.'.Ki. i  ESTABLISHED   1864  HOC  HOE  HOE  hoe  HOI  ra  L'i  o  fe1  hi  &  m  i  ^  furnish  the   estimated  cost of  instruction, it follows that the  emergency" must have been  inancial in its nature.  That Great Britain now is, or  las in recent years been facing  my serious financial difficulties  )r emergency is not correct, and  lie fact that Englishmen have  lot seriously challenged Mr. Bor-  Ws implication, either speaks  fittle' or much for present day  Knglishmen, much, if their pas-  Jivenesss peaks contempt for the  news of���������a second rate political  iccident; but little if in it they  Ind reflected their own opinion  f themselves.  The facts are thatneither Great  iritain or any nation in history  [as ever been as strong financially as Great Britain is today.  ������With a revenue of a billion dollars,' she is spending this year  ie hundred million dollars in  >cial reform work, (where Can-  la is spending hardly a dollar,)  let last year she had a surplus  If ������3,000,000. But even if her  Iresent revenue were found in-  Idequate for say a revised naval  irogram she has two definite  proposals for increased revenue.  Mrst���������the tariff reformers. In  |he fall. of 1909 I heard an able  WANTED  Listing of Lots and Acreage  in   Bella Coola and Valley.  Give full particulars.  Price, Title, etc., to  MARTIN J. RAVEY  826 Pender St. W., Vancouver, B.C.  loots  oes  1  ar aware  G  of revenue are more than ample  for requirements. In meeting  this they now propose that certain local rates producing ������75,  000,000 should be reduced one i  third, that a land tax of one  penny in the pound be imposed  on ground rental values, which  is estimated to produce ������25,000,-  000 annually.  Thus we see just who was under fire when   Mr. Borden discovered the "emergency" on the  horizon and came so gallantly to  the rescue.     Does  it not seem  that no mere monetary contribution can discharge this obligation  of ours?    Does it not go further  and deeper than what we may  owe the mother country herself?  Is  it not  a  part of  the white  man's burden to assist in saying  "thou shalt not" when less fortunate fellow  beings are being  trampled under.  ���������. It may suggest, itself to some  vainds   the   "emergency"   was;  really the joker in the pack, that \  Mr.   Borden   had   discovered a j  serious   doubt   in   some   British j  minds with  which   he  came in j  contact as   to   the   underlyingj  loyalty of a certain element that  were largely dictating things in  his government, and that he pVo-  BUSINESS CARDS  Mineral Claims Sub-Dioisions,  &c.  7 own Sites Underground  limber Limits Surceding  All l^inds of Engineering Work.  T.BEAUCHAMP and M. P. McDONALD  B. C. Land Surveyor -  Civil Engineers ! | /^  SELLA COOLA, B. C.  roceries  enerai iviercnanaise  nor  inccz  ~D  JOE  hoc  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD  Surveyors', Loggers9 and Pack-train  Supplies a Special  ^^^^^^^m^^^E-^^^m^^^^^^s^^^m^^m^^'^^^mmm^s^^^s^^^!^^SEi^&  Land  Surveys and Sub-Divisions  Geoffrey K. Burnett  CIVIL ENGINEER and  B.C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Grand View  Hotel  Bella Coola, B. C.  sm  >f  /-.-'  rriff reform speech in the city! posed throwing Great Britain  Glasgow in which the speaker! $35,000,000 to show that every-  eclared he had investigated his! body's heart was in the right  ubject and. would undertake to! place. It would have cost less  erive ������40,000,000 from custom j had he acted on Sir Wilfrid Lau-  uties without increasing the! rier's suggestion and thrown the  ost to the consumer on a single'above mentioned element over-  rticle, but that the foreigner; board, especially as he had the  ould pay every penny of it. j assurance they would receive no  his statement is absurd to any-' refuge on the Liberal ship.  J. A. LEROY PhoncScy. 9387 J. NATION  BUS  MEETS ALL BOATS AND TRAINS  Hotel Winters-  COR.  ABBOTT AND  WATER  STREETS  VANCOUVER, B. C.  EUROPEAN   PLAN   Hot and Cold Water  Sl.OO TO   S2.50      STEAM   HEATED  ROOMS WITH BATH  %  VANCOUVER, B.  C.  S^|^  i������������  CMS  Manufacturers   of   Shirts,   Tweed    Pants,   Overalls,  Tents,   Hand  Knit  Sweater  Goods  and  smou:  T  OV  Land Notices  V  SOLD     BY     ALL     FIRST    CLASS     MERCHANTS  J  An Awful Pun.  'Here's  ah item," observed  divers, who was looking over the  t'wapapers, "to the etl'ect that  hi- King of Sweden raises prize  logs on his farm."  'I suppose he uses them," suggested Brooks, "to drive his  Stockholm."  After which the rattle of the  "-vpewriters broke out afresh  ^ith great violence.  They do not expect to start the  session of the federal House till  January thereby showing that  the "closure" is being kept well  oiled and in good repair.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.   ^  i  TaKK Notick that Samuel Copeland, '  of Okanui^iMi, occupation fruit raiser, \  intends to apply for permission to pur- j  chase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the ���������  south-east corner of Lot 733, thence j  south twenty chains, thence west  twenty chains, thence north twenty  chains, thence east twenty chains to  point of commencement, containing 40  acres, more or less.  S.UIt'KL COPULAN P.  H:it.-il. July 1. l'.'l.i.  July l'.l-Sop  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN  Agent for and  Owner  of  FARM, TMBER LANDS AND WATER POWER  IN BELLA COOLA AND VICINITY  TEN ACRE FARMS A SPECIALITY  CJ 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. All information strictly guaranteed.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN, Bella Coola, B.C.  W. W.COl'Kl.AM).  Notice-1  irst-class Watcli Kcpans  Uone at reasonable prices.  All   work   guaranteed   and   postal  charges   paid. Address tdl lOnrk la  P. G. NOOT, 1353 Merritl Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  10  ���������<>���������<  MM  MM  MM  M    M  M    M  M    M  M    M  M    M  M    M  MM  MM  esti-  TF YOU intend Building let u  mate the cost of Construction for you  We  supply Materials of all Kinds        No extra charge for  Plans and Specification* Satisfaction Guaranteed  Robinson, Wheeler & Robinson  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  BELLA COOLA British Columbia  ���������yi  'MM  M    M  M    M  M    M  H    M  M    M  M    M  I VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  \    DISTRICT    OF    COAST���������RANGE    III.  Taki-: Norm-', that William Wright  ': Copeland. of Che/.acut. B.C., m'ciipa-  I stock raiser, intends to apply for per-  I mission to purchase the following de-  ' scribed land:  ; Commencing at a post, planted at  ' the south-east corner of Lot 32!>, C.I.,  ! thence- south twenty chains, thence  i west twenty chains, thence north twenty  i chains, thence east twenty chains to  j point of commencement, containing  [ acres, more or less.  i    WILLIAM WK1C.I1T COPHLANll.  j Duu-a. July 1.  I'.n:'.. July l'J-Soi.. l;!.  I   I \ VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT    OI"    COAST���������RANGE    III.  Take Notice Unit 1, Joseph Tombolini  of Western Island. B.C., occupation  fanner, 'litem! to apply for permission  to purchase the followingdcscrihed laud:  Commencing at a post planted about  twenty chains distant and in a southerly direction from the north-east corner  ('.f Lot 31(1, thence south forty chains,  thence east twenty chains, thence north  forty ihains, thence west twenty chains  I,, point of commencement, containing  eighty acres, more- or less. Formerly  preempt ion :W1.  .loSKl'll  TOMBOLINI.  p.,,,,!.  .nil-.    I I    l'.'l.i. Am-. lil--Orl. 11.  Lviml Notices Continued on Page 4  OH  <-<0>-fflK*S>O-S5B6-(Q)-������sase>O-S)BK������-<0>-<HEB������-o  <M  O-CHSfr-CM  M>-������  ker:  7  rospectors?   etc  c  WHY PACK YOUR OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  WE CARRY COMPLETE LINES  OF THE FOLLOWING  AT BELLA COOLA PRICES:  GROCERIES  TENTS  DRY   GOODS  CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  HARDWARE  PACKERS   REQUISITES  HAY  AND   GRAIN  \ I  <L\   It   Juia  L<ie? *i>        ������liC vtW* ^u������ A j.  HAGENSBORG  12 Miles from Delia Cocla and oa Direct Route *o the Interior  0  0>-4B3E������-o������K������-0-������BEi!B-0-GSB*-0-eSEI������-O-<S!E3������-( )-49BSt><)-^BS������(0)-C^Ei^<>-Cir3n>(0''������^^n>'O<3liaS^<0<-CSS������ (>  <M csaoo-���������������������������<>-<  <0 fBlgSglSlsrsssfsssBisssrss!!.  BELLA  COOLA  COURIER  Saturday,  August 23,  /S/3  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT ! VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT ! VANCOUVER LAND 'DISTRICT  - -��������� T������������������   TTT DISTRICT   Or   COAST���������RANGE   III!  little paint will make a  Big Difference in the  Appearance ;��������� pfj your:  House  The value of your house���������your own  standing in the community���������are otten  iudffed by the appearance of your house.  And a few dollars spent in painting your  house at regular intervals will'go a long  way towards.enhancing the value ot.your  property and gaining added standing for  yourself.  Bapco Pure Paint  is no higher in first cost than ordinary  paints-arid far more lasting, and durable m  the long run.  Supplied only by  B. .BRYNILDSEN & CO.,  Dealers in Oils and Varnishes  BELLA COOLA      -   r -      British Columbia  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that Edith Bone, of Luton, Beds., England, occupation married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following descYibed land: j  Commencing at a post planted about!  one mile distant and in a" northerly direction from the northern extremity of  Sigutlat Lake, marked E.Bs., southwest corner, thence north eighty chains,  thence east eighty chains, thence south  eighty chains, thence west eighty  chains, to point of commencement, containing G40 acres, more or. less.  EDITH BONE.  Date, May 8, 1913. ���������     June'28--Aug. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND; DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that Thomas Bone, of  Luton, Beds., England; occupation  postman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  two miles distant and in ;a northerly  direction from the north-western extremity of Sigutlat Lake; marked. T.-  Bs., south-west corner, thence north  eighty chains, thence east eighty/chains,  thence south eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains to point of .commencement,  containing 640 acres, more or less.  THOMAS BONE.  '3une2ii~AuK. 23.  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take notice that Fritzholl* Gustaph-  son, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  engineer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  western extremity of Nahlouza Lake,  marked F.Gs.,-south-east corner, thence  west eighty chains, thence north eighty  chains, thence east eighty chains,  more or less to lake shore, thence following west shore line of Nahlouza  Lake in a southerly direction to point of  commencement, containing G40 acres,  more or less.        '.''..''���������  FRITZHOFF GUSTAPHSON.  Date, May 12, 1913. June 28--Auk. 23.  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   HI.  Take.   Notion   that   Peter   August  Date, May 9, 1U13.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  ���������DISTRICT OF,COAST, RA^GE 3.  Jl ake Notice that Fritzhoff Petersen,  of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation farmer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  northern extremity of Nahlouza Lake,  thence north eighty chains, thence east  eighty chains, thence south eighty  chains, more or less to lake:,shore,  thence following the north shore line of  Nahlouza Lake in'; a westerly.direction  to point" of commencement; containing  640 acres, .more or less.  ,':'  .  FRITZHOFF PETERSEN.  Date. Mayl2, 1913.       / :: June 28--Aug. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that Thomas Harris, of  Liverpool, England, occupation cotton  broker, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  seven miles distant and in a northerly  direction from the north-western extremity of Sigutlat Lake, marked T.-  Hs., south-west corner, thence north  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  'thence south eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains to point of commencement, containing"640 acres, more or less.  .   THOMAS HARRIS.  Date, May 12. 1913. June 28--Auk. 23.  Peterson, of Bella Coola, . K. C, occu- Bella Coola, B.C., on-,,,,;,),,,,,       h. o  nation   farmer ' intends   to   apply,   ior woman  intends u,-apply !',������������������ .���������.     "N  erm ssio     to 'purchase the   following to purchase the lollowinK.I,.,,.^   >fi  1,   ".,  '| i���������nf|. Commencing at a ixist i,|,,.,   .   Id"<i:  ,,eComm2nS-���������ta post planted about northern extremity'of ^Vl ���������* ?>  six   nUes distant  and   in   a   northerly,  marked    M,lls       soutl,-,,si    (. ;  e  ilirect on  from  the   north-western  ex- thence north eighty chums, il,..,,,.,."'1".  tremrt    o    Sgutlat  Lake, marked,! .- c ghty .chains,    thence-   south''.^  a  p������",onth-west corner, thqnce.north chains,   more   or   leas   t���������  iHiu. lptj  ^^   ^ns     tnence ' easV  eighty thence following the no,-,,, ���������C������ J?  chains    thence   south   eighty   chains, Sigutlat  Lake ... an ,-ast,.,^   -   "l  thZnw west eighty chains to point of j to point of commencement,  commencement containing . 640 acres, I 640 acres, more or less.  VANCOUVER LAND Dl  DISTRICT OF COAST  Take Notice that.  STRlcT  AN.'(;|,; .,  more or less.    .  PETER AUGUST PETERSEN.  Date. Mny 10. 1913. Jiine28~AuB. 23.  ADVERTISE IN THE "COURIER"  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������BANGE   III.  Take Notice that Wilma Henning,_of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation married  waman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  northern extremity of Nahlouza Lake,  marked W. Hs., south-east corner  thence north eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains, thence ��������� south eighty  chains, more or less to lake shore  thence following the north shore line of  Nahlouza Lake in an easterly direction  to point of commencement, containing  640 acreS' m������rev^LMA HENNING. '  Date. May 12, 1913. June 28-AuK. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that Hubert Lee Harris,  of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation prospector, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  three miles, distant and in a northerly  direction from the north-western extremity of Sigutlat Lake, marked H. L.-  Hs., southwest corner, thence -nort,h  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  thence south eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains to point of commencement,  containing 640 acres, more or less.  HUBERT LEE HARRIS.  Dated, May 9, 1913.    . June 2S~Ahk. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   III.  - Take notice that Esther Peterson, of  Bella Coola, B. C.,' occupation spinster,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  'Commencing at a post planted about  four miles .distant .and in a northerly  direction from the north-western extremity of Sigutlat Lake, marked E.-  Ps., south-west corner, thence '.north  eighty chains, thence cast eighty chains,  thence south'eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.  ESTHER PETERSEN.  Date, May 10, 1913. June 28-,.Auw. 23.  Date May H. 1913.  MAGGIM  .In.i,  '"ration  i"ul'lt]iliJ  ARH|Si  VANCOUVER LAND DlSTRiJ  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������KANaE ?n  Take Notice that Albert Hi-nni,,, il  Vancouver, B.C., occupation '���������i,jitrit,,'0'i  intends to apply for penning,,, \ y^  chase'the following descrih,-.| ta[1(j-  Commencing at a post planted A.,  western extremity of  Nahi1)Uza p!'4  marked A.Ms. north-east roi-u.-r, t|]  west eighty chains, therm- ,-,,ul(   *  chains, thence east eighty  or less to lake shore, them  the west shore line of K'ai  ."���������igiiiv  ;|."JS mor'e  ' 'Il>wir;g  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   in  in   a   northerly   directioi  commencement,   containing  more or less.  ALBERT Hi  DiiU:, May 12, 1913. .:..  'i'-iiza !.a  in  ���������at*  P'"nt of  N'NIXC.  ���������'��������� -----A  'it B  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������EANOE m  Take Notice that Anni.- I'  MAKE YOUR HOME RADIANT with the $  RADIANT  HOME  SYSTEM   LIGHTS  A flood of intense, soft, white light instantly available  at any time, almost without-cost���������the la'st word in practical scientific achievement. It's the cheapest, most  brilliant and most durable light on the-market today.  Write today. Will be pleased to figure on your  requirements. :: Give us the height of ceilings  and indicate where you   wish# the  lamps placed. -,  Acorn Lighting &     q. T. LANDRY, Agent  ^     Manufacturing Co. bella coola, b. c.  Watches and Clocks  Repaired  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  CHARLES TAYLOR  BELLA COQLA, B. C.  Aviators in Peril as  Meteors Whiz By  THE  ���������  ���������  MOONEY BISCUIT  & CANDY CO. Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Manufacturers  and Wholesalers  of Fresh Biscuits  and Candy  Sold by all First-Class  Grocers  Berlin, Aug. 20.���������A new danger for aviators is chronicled by  ., the German airman, Victor Sto-  ��������� I efflerj of the Johannisthal Aerodrome,   who  reports   that   his  biplane was caught in a shower  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANOE   III.  Take Notice that Christian Carlson,  of Clinton, Washington, occupation  farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:        -  Commencing at a post planted about  seven and a half miles distant and in a  south-westerly direction from the southwestern extremity of Kwaleho Lake,  marked C.-.Cs.,.' south-west corner,  thence north forty chains, thence east  forty chains, thence south forty chains,  thence west forty chains to point of  commencement, containing 160 acres,  more or less.  ���������       CHRISTIAN CARLSON.  | Sate, May 7. 1913. ���������       June28--AuK..23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that Bertha Claribel  Grant, of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation  spinster, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  half a mile and in an easterly line from  the north-west corner of Pr. 3082,  thence east forty chains, thence south  twenty chains, thence west forty chains,  thence north twenty chains to point of  commencement, containing 80 acres,  more or less ; one mile from the Great  Slide, Atnarko River, Bella Coola  Valley.  BERTHA CLARIBEL GRANT.  Date. June 18. 1913. June 2S-Ainf. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   Or   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that Mark Walter  Marvin, rof Atnarko, B.C., occupation  rancher, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described hind:  Commencing at a post planted at the  north-east corner of H. Harrison's preemption, thence east eighty chains,  thence   south   twenty   chains,   thence  Ns,, south-west corner, thence north  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains,  thence south eighty chains, thencewest  eighty chains to point of commencement, containing 64Q acres, more or less.  BERTHA NYGARDE.  Date. MarlO. 1913. June 28-Auk. 23.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   Or   COAST���������RANGE   III.  1 Take Notice that Annie Gadsden, of  Bella Coola, B.C., occupation married  woman, intends to.apply for permission  to purchase the following described hind:  Commencing at a post planted at the  northern extremity of Sigutlat Lake,  marked A. Gs. south-west corner, thence  north eighty chains, thence -east eighty  chains, thence south eighty chains, more  or less to lake shore, thence following  the north shore line of Sigutlat Lake in  a westerly direction to point of commencement, containing 6-10 acres, more  or less  ANNIE GADSDEN.  Date, May 8. 1913. Jtine28--AuK. 2X  twenty chains, thence w*  thence north twenty rh;n  forty chains to point of c<  containing 80 acres, mon  ANNIK H'.TKI'.SOX  Dnt������. May G. 191.1  fhaisa,  -. '..'.e.'icctfjt  VANCOUVER LAN  DISTRICT OFCOAST  ) it  -���������'-Aaj.r  ISTRiCI  am; Kin  ora������  m  i* t  Take Notice that Ha:  den, of Luton, Beds., K  tion married woman, inu  permission  to  purchase  :L,  described !::nd:  .'.Commencing at a $m>s! ; j;  one mile distant and in  direction from the norii-r  of Sigutlat Lake, marLn  south-east corner, them. ,-.  chains, thence west ������-iu-i  Uienc'c. south eighty ct;..  east eighty chains to j ��������� ;  mencement, containing tii"  or less.     ,  HANNAH JANK O.MvMS  Date. May 8. lOi-i. J  U"l ate |  nortwr  fxtrts  M.J.Gi  -,   thtsj  \a i.  VANCOUVER LAN1 > IHSTKIil  DISTRICT   Or   COAST���������RANOE m.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   Or   COAST���������RANGE   HL  Take Notice  that  W. II. Gibson, of j  Bella Coola, B.C., occupation mission-j    Take Notice that K-- ������������������  ary, intends to apply for permission,..to  of Bella Coola, B.C., ���������������������������������  purchase'the following described land:  'intends to apply for pc-  Commencing at a post planted at the j chase  the  following d< - -  south-east corner   of   the    north-east j     Commencing at a po.-t  ,...��������� ~. ^ quarter  of  Section 22,  Tp.  8,  thence j south-east  corner  of    !���������-  acres, i north twenty chains, thence west forty ! quarter of Section 27, 'IW <  ,r;; f".  chains,   thence   south   twenty  the no  chains, j north twenty chains, tin  :-e   east   forty   chains to   point of j chains,   thence   south  commencement,   containing   80   acres, J thence east  twenty  >l.  more or less. j commencement, coVitais  (ii at1;  WILLIAM HEWISON GIBSON.  Date. June 18. 1913. June 2H--Au������. '-il  EMMA  Daiwl. May IS. 1913.  M \. liii.WI.I  ... ..A..-1  PLIM LEY'S  i Tof  meteors  while he  was  flying | west eighty chains, thence north twenty j  -InViains t.o noint of commencement, con- '  i with Lieut. Von Brederlow, pf  j the Prussian army, at an altitude  ���������: of one_ mile. He heard the whiz  of the'meteors, which passed so  ; close to the flying machine that  ; both aviators say they felt them  : rush through the air.  "������-"���������������t>---j ��������� ,   chains to point of commencement, con  taining 160 acres, more or less, in the j  locality known as the Sugar Camp, on j  the Great Slide, Old Government Trail, i  Bella Coola Valley. j  MARK WALTER MARVIN.  Date, Juno 17. 1913. June 28--Autf. Zi  MEN'S, BOYS'  AND  YOUTHS'  10 in.  Hand  Made Logger  "BEST FOR THE WEST'  Our Loggers', Miners',  Prospectors' and Boys'  Shoes are THE BEST  THAT  MONEY  CAN  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take,Notice thnt Archibald Richard  i Leese,  of. Atnarko,   B.C.,   occupation  1 rancher, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about,  three miles from the north-west corner  of   Lot        ,   (George  Turner's   crown  grant), on the Great Slide, Old Government Trail, Bella Coola Valley, thence  north twenty chains, thence east eighty  chains,   thence   south   twenty   chains,  thence west eighty chains to point of  commencement   containing   100   acres,  more or less;   formerly II. Harrison's  preemption, abandoned.  ARCHIBALD RICHARD LKESK.  Date. June 17. 1913. June 1W--Ann.  IT'S   ALL   RIGHT  Have You Seen  Plimleys  Special  Cycle  Offer?  Cr������p������vr*ic3 H-r  If the mail has not brought you 'Plimlcy's .special  offer and the interesting prize puzzle compctili''  send a post card and receive your copy.  ui: a  Thos.Plimley  739 Yates Street  VICTORIA B. C.  IE   ;;���������  L 811  16. in, Oil Tan Prospector  :iE C& LTD,  .. Largest Shoe ..  Manufacturers on  the Pacific Coast  Vancouver, B. C  SUBSCRIPTON  RATES OF  BELLA COOLA COURIER.  Subscription* Payable  in  Advance'.  CANADA.  One Year $1.00  Six Months   0.75  Three Months  0.50  UNITKI) STATUS.  One Year  $1.50  United Kingdom and the Continent.  One Year $2.00  SUBSCRIPTION  BLANK-  BELLA COOLA PUBLISHING CO-., LTD.  BELLA COOLA, B. C  Enclosed please; find s"1'-''1';|'""  for Bella Coola Courier for   Name   I\ O   Tear out nnd innil today, with amount of nubacnpti"    '_^--  *S

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