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 t is  N Iff 1  ll  ������  (.1 I  h-'^  Do it Now!  vertise in the Courier  WEATHER   REPORT  Compiled by Mr. C. H. Urseth, of the  Hagensborg Observatory.  Temperature for the month of February,  maximum, 38.30, minimum, 24.42. Rain for  same period, 2.46; Snow, 2.75.  VOL:.. 1���������NO. 26  BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 15,  I9i3.  $1.00 a Year  K#al Bill Chief  -; Topic in the House  SESSION MAY LAST ANOTHER WEEK  "*    Ottawa, March 12.- The House  ?Vagain   went   into   convention  on the Naval Bill, and it is highly, probable that the Session will  continue over next week.  Premier Borden gave the Ad-  mymiraltemorahdum to theHouse  - 'arid endeavored to show reasons  '}&$? the  battleships should be j  O0& in   England, at  the samel expects to  concentrate   several  '$S8S explaining the difficulties'  establishment  Carranza's Force  Surrounded hy  Federal Troop  Mexico, March 14���������Venustiano  Carranzo, rebel governor of the  Stat-of Coahuila, with a force of  two thousand men are surrounded  by federal troops under the command of Generais Aubert and!  Trevino, and. a decisive battle is.j  momentarily expected. j  Danger of War Between France and  Troops  are   leaving  here  for  Sonora  where   the  government  Sptiched   to   the  "ftll&quate shipbuilding plants  .vSSrrific Storm  Strikes Sydney  F'dney, N.S.W., March 12.���������A  K^f terrific wind storm accompanied  ^mclightning occurred yesterday.  'Four persons were killed and  numbers injured by falling buildings. The storm was the most  severe that has been experienced  for many years and many buildings were completely demolished.  Scores of families are rendered  homeless.  thousand men by Saturday next,  when it is expected a concerted  movement against the constitutionalists at that place will be  made.  Britain Restricts  Foreign Air Craft  ���������London, March 14. Under au-  ." thority conferred by the Aerial  .Negation Act, the HomeSecre-  ^i|������has issued orders prohibiting  '^foreign military or naval air craft  ���������'"frSin   passing over  the  United  " '-Kingdom or territorial waters ex- j _  -cept on  invitation and   by  permission of the government.    All  Other  foreign  air  craft  coming  May Fortify Barclay  Sound  Victoria, March 13.���������The cruiser Rainbow left port today, hav-  on   board a party of  engineers  from Ottawa who are on a tour i  i  of inspection of the west coast j  of Vancouver Island.  Special attention will be given  to Barclay Sound and Alberni  Canal. A thorough investigation  will be conducted to ascertain  the advisability of fortifying  these places.  Town of Edson  Partially Destroyed  Edson, Alta., March 13. ��������� A  large part of the business section  has been destroyed by a disastrous fire. The fire was the result of an explosion of gasoline  and caused damage to the extent  of one hundred and fifty thousand  dollars. Three men were seriously injured.  to the United  Kingdom are re-1 ~  "���������'quested first to obtain clearance! Explosion of Dynamite  papers from the British consuls. | vsr       i      np  T   ..       M, , , Wrecks lown  Landings  will  be  restricted  to  .    certain areas of the coast, where i    Glasgow, March  13.    Tho ex-  the air pilot must report to the I plosion   of  a   large  quantity of  authorities and  obtain a permit; dynamite in a factory complete-  for the continuance of the voy-  Berlin, March 12.���������It is thought that the lor.g felt suspicion  that France would some day seek revenge has considerable  foundation and that the eve of a great struggle has arrived.  Intense excitement prevails and patriotic fever is at its height  over the rumor that Great Britain has agreed to aid France in  hostilities against Germany.  The German press commenting en the situation says the  danger of war was never so grave���������"Never in history was our  relation with France so strained, and never has the idea of  revenge been so openly flaunted."  Grave Anxiety in England Over tSie Situation  London, March 12.���������The ever-increasing rate of development of "armaments by Germany and the open references by  the German press of the possibility of France bringing about a  war of revenge is creating the keenest anxiety in England.  Statement by Premier Asquith  London, March 13.���������Premier Asquith made a statement today in the House of Commons in which he flatly denies the  report that Great Britain has agreed with France to send an  expedition against Germany.  Adrianople About  to Surrender  Beleaguered Garrison In Sore Straits  Balkan States  Dictate Terms  wrecked the town of Irvine.  Five persons lost their lives  and numbers were injured. The  cause of the explosion is at present a mystery.  !**'  -age.    They are prohibited from  passing over certain districts in  Sihich are included the military  , naval stations.    Anyone in-  ing   the   regulations,   il   is, QaUgllt Smuggling OpiUITI  announced,  is liable to be lired ;  on, and the offence is punishable  by six months imprisonment or  a fine of $1000.    Aeronauts guilty  ,of espionage are liable to si von  ���������years penal servitude.  Belgrade, March, 14.���������TheBal-  jkrn Albes have agreed to accept  Constantinople, March 14���������Ac- j the mediation of the Powers, but  cording to unofficial reports, the|insist on the unconditional su--  Turkish officer in command of the j render by Turkey of Adrianople,  forces at Adrianople has tele-1 Scutari and the Islands in the  graphed his superiors here, "I|AgeanSeai in addition to which  can hold out only one week | they further demand that Turkey  longer. .should pay a substantial war in-  It is known that the garrison ciemnitv.  of the beleaguered  town are in   ,.;;:;;:i:iz::.:..:.:::...;.:::::::. ...rizizzrzrzrzzrr:  sore stress and its surrender ������������: A.UStr'ia.Il Cruiser  daily expected. i A ,      -,  AttacKS transports  DANGER OF COMPLICATIONS  i   T"  Hgiitmg in Mexico  Nogales, Mexico,   March 14.   A battle between rebel and fed-;  eral forces commenced yesterday .  and is being continued with una-j  bated vigor. The casualties on j  the rebel side are twenty-four'  killed and wounded, All non-1  combatants in Nogales have fled!  to the American side. ;  Taroma, March 1.2. The customs authorities at this port,  made a seizure today of over ten  thousand dollars worth of opium.  The chief steward of the steam-  Cettinje, March 14���������Four transports conveying Servian soldiers  to assist in the attack on Scutari,  were fired upon hy a cruiser flying the Austria-Hungarian flag.  Fifty-seven Servian soldiers were  killed and many wounded.  The affair has caused a tremendous sensation, and it is acknowledged, that there  is danger of  i , this proving the spark necessary  i Government Will Attempt to ; t() gct ^^ ablazt.  Break Deadlock I  j  ' Oxford Wins  Exciting Race  Ottawa, March 14.    The next;  move on the Government's part London, March 11. The inter-  is expected to be the introduction ; varsity boat race resulted in a  of an amendment to the rules of; win   for Oxford  who completed  Jottings of Bella Coola and District  Among the arrivals by the last  mail steamer were Mrs. John  Clayton, Messrs M. P. McDonald,  T. Beauchamp, J. W. Macfarlane,  J. Johnson.  S. S. Capilano arrived at this  port Friday last with bricks,  Gasoline and Lumber for the  Cannery.  Mr. Alfred Saugstad. pilot of  the Capilano, is a former resident  of the Valley, being son of the  late Reverend Saugstad, founder  of the original Bella Coola colony.  Mr. Saugstad took the opportunity of visiting his many friends  and relatives.  Messrs Beauchamp and McDonald, Civil Engineers and Surveyors, intend opening an office in  Bella Coola and are now prepared  to undertake any work in their  line, (see business card, page 3).  Mr. J. W. Macfarlane, superin-  tendant of roads, has arrived and  it is expected that road and  bridge work will commence at an  early date.  A meeting of the Bella Coola  Branch of Scattered Helpers of  the W. C. T. W., met at the home  of Mrs. A. C. Christensen on  Tuesday afternoon.  The ladies were engaged in the  making of quilts to be given to  the Orphanage in Victoria.  Later, on the arrival of several  gentlemen, afternoon tea was indulged in and several musical  selections were introduced.  Among those present were:���������  Mesdames J.  Clayton,  I. Fougner,  A.  C.  Christenson.   F.   K.  Hicklenton,  P.  Gadsden,  H.  L.  Harris, W. Gallienne, W. McNair; i  Misses  E.  Roberts,   D.   and   F. !  Barker,  A. and M. Gibson, and j  O. Christensen; Messrs L Foug-j  ner,   J. ' W.   Macfarlane,   A.  C.  Christensen, T. West, E. Wheeler  and F. Broughton.  Coola represented at the Mineral  and Industrial Exhibition to be  held at Prince Rupert in September was discussed at length, Mr.  D. H. Hoage being elected to  to represent this Valley in the  matter.  On the termination of business  musical selections were rendeicd  by Mesdames S. Le C. Grant,  G. Saugstad and Miss E. Grant,  which together with recitations  by Messrs S, Grant and B. C.  Keeping, only required the dainty  refreshments provided to bring  about a pleasant afternoon.   ���������  The Courier is very gratified  to note that the local farmers  have taken up the matter of  placing a Bella Coola exhibit on  exhibition at Rupert this fall,  and is sure that nothing but the  greatest credit to the district will  follow from -their efforts along  this line.  The selection of Mr. Hoage as  representative from Bella Coola  we consider an excellent one.  Mr. Hoage is an experienced  farmer and thoroughly appreciates what can be produced in  the Valley.  Miss Ethel Carlisle, principal  of the Mackenzie School, who  severly sprained her ankle while!  indulging in a game of basketball, is completely recovered and  has resumed her duties.  Messrs Alfred Oveson and W. j  Davidson have left for a trip'  down the Inlet on pleasure and;  business combined. j  FARMERS MEET AT HAGENSBORG  A meeting of the local branch  of the Farmers' Institute took  place on Wednesday afternoon at  the Colony Hall.  Mr. S. Le C. Grant, who represented Bella Coola at the Central  Wolverine Captured  What is claimed to be the only  Wolverine held in captivity can  now be seen occupying a specially  constructed cage at the rear of  the Grand View Hotel.  The animal was captured by  the Brothers Hendricks, who are  well known as perhaps the most  successful hunters in the Bella  Coola district. It is a full gi-own  female, and seems to be thriving  in spite of its changed environment.  The Wolverine is known: in  different parts by various names,  among which are Skunk Bear,  Lucifer and Indian Devil, and is  considered one of the most difficult animals to capture.  The animal is for sale, and will  doubtless be eagerly sought after  by the various Zoological Societies  to whom it would certainly prove  a valuable acquisition.  The owners advise any person  desirous of viewing the animal  in its present quarters, not to indulge in any pleasantries with it,  as their experience goes to show  that its nature is not exactly  what might be described as playful.  ,,, .er Mexico Maru, plying between , -    -  '%?'' l this port, and the Orient, was ar-i the House which would make it; the course in 20 4-5 minutes.   The . Farmei,.'   Institute   Convention, i  TjM��������� u,    ir    .-,..             -MiiJ       ,,.-.���������..        ,                     '        -i i    i    i   ���������      ���������   .     .���������������!             vneo was the most exciting wit-:           ,,     ,   , ,     ,   ,7. ,               ,   ;  Kev. vv.   H.  Gibson  will hold : resfei while in the act. ol smugg-  possible to bring into effect some .            ...                            ..     ..,         recently   held   at   Victoria,  sub-  a    . i                                                                !                                                                 nessed tor manv years, the Cam-;                                                               I  set vices every Sunday afternoon ! ling   the   drug  ashore.    This  is' form  of closure, and thus bring  i,,-it|ge crew maintainigg the hr.d  niitted  nis report and delivered i  at  o  o'clock   in   the   Mackenzie j one of the largest seizures made j the   present  deadlock   over  the; Uj, to within one hundred yards  School, starting from tomorrow.  for a considerable time.  naval question to an end.  of the finish.  a very interesting address.  The  matter   of   having  Bella  Ocean Falls  The Ocean Falls Company have  a large supply of logs at the mill  at present and there is every  prospect of a heavy cut this summer.    The export miil is being put  into shape with all despatch, and  large shipments will be made  at an early date. PI    ���������  fill    .  ft  k.  p  I  I? ���������  I  IS  !!  P  ii-i  ii?  !   'I  T:i  ���������;'i  'rfHR  BELLA  COOLA COURIER  Saturday,  March J5  v The Courier  have little to thank the Govern- j *>������������������������������<"  ment for, and it will be strange  Published Weekly at Bella Coola by indeed if this last act of injustice ���������  the Bella Coola Publishing Co. Ltd. ^j^ thenif dopti not. recoil on -  -���������    =zj======t- ^ the heucjg 0r y10 goverment.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Canada  1  Year   T.. J $1-00  G Months .- ���������   0.75  3 Month.     '��������� ���������   0-50  ;                 United State* -.  .-  1  Year...... $1-50  h<a>4me������o-3aa&c>'������icB������04Kze><0>������eE������()4iK������(Gi>-<  t-ossasawO  I    ���������WIWIWH  fcftUJttn'H*lA4 MM  iwu������nt**i-m������������t ,* *  A Day in Las Palmas  ���������BY SPHINX-  m  Vr;&j5V  United Kingdom  1  Year .$2.00  Subscriptions payable in advance.  Subscribers not receiving their copy  regulacly please notify the management  at once. Changes in address should be  seiii"an as aoon as possible.  For. Advertising  Rates,  Apply at  ' Office.  To Correspondents���������No letters will be published  in the Coyrier exc������?pt over tl.e writer's BiK������ntur<>.  1 he 'Editor letieivea tKe'Hffht to refuse iHibli-  CMfioii of any letter. All manuscript at writer's  risk.  Yancouver Office - - 317-323 Cambie St.  ���������&ali)iB^opttlijBatiirpraataf.lPX.  SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1913.  :.77ze Voters' Lists  Whether intentionallyor not,  the'fact is obvious that the Provincial Government has taken an  unfair advantage in. its arrangement Lfor  the compilation of a  new voters' lists,  i  Should .an election, Dominion  or .Provincial, be. held before the  printing of vthe new lists, the old  lists will necessarily be used, and  as hhe new'-- lists will be in the.  hahds'of the Provincial Secretary'���������  with no restriction as to time, the  result  is, that the Government  will be in a position to choose'and  use the lists best suited to their  purpose.  It is absolutely impossible for  all\the electors in the Province to  file-application within the speci-  TRULY BRITISH  During the debate on the  second reading of the naval bill  in the House of Commons some  striking sentiments were expressed by Dr. Michael Clark,  the militant Liberal member for  Red De.ei\ Alberta.  The doctor said he had been  asked .how he as a Briton could  support reciprocity and oppose a  naval contribution, to which he  replied: "Mr. Speaker, it is because I am a.Britisher that 1 believe in trading freely wherever  I can find profit, and it is because  lam a Britisher that I believe in  *  defendingmy own shores. These  are two things-which Britain and  Britishers have always done.  When the parent gives, a good,  example the child cannot do better than follow, it. ��������� I believe in  the British lion and 1 believe in  the breeding of lions' cubs, but 1  do not believe in breeding jackals, and that is why I am opposed  to the naval policy" of Premier  Borden, and that is why 1 slip-  port the .naval policy of Sir Wilfrid Laurier."���������Victoria Times.  a>  MO"  ������-o4axfi>-(0>-aaB������<o-������iiBP(O>4Bggs������O'������gBat>(>  ���������o-naraa-o-eatts^ O  The sun shines overhead in a  sky of the" clearest blue, while  the little waves lapping the sides  of the ocean liner as she lays at  anchor in the roadstead of Las  Palmas, oneof the principal ports  of the Canary Islands, reflect the  color of the sky above.  Las Palmas, meaning the city  of palms, is on the direct route  of vessels plying between Great.  Britain and South Africa, and is  oneof the regular ports of call.  The Canary Islands, of which it  forms a part, are a Spanish possession, and a Spanish garrison  is maintained there.  Viewed from the outer roadstead, the town appears as a long  straggling line of white buildings*  expanding at one end into the  city proper, and on a really clear  ���������day the distant snow-capped peak  of Teneriffe can be seen from the  steamer's deck.  Very  soon   after  casting an  silver filigree  work,   while  the  immense   collection  of   priestly  vestments in the robing room are  remarkable   for their richness,  and for the beautiful embroidery  with which they are covered.  >If the visitor has happened to  arrive upon a Saint's day, he may  bV lucky enough to view a military service in the cathedral, at |  which the troops form'up'within j  the edifice with their standards]  in front of the high altar, while j  the trumpeters sound a fanfare,  the whole scene being striking  and picturesque to a degree.  The next step is to the market  place, where a motley crowd may  be seen vending or purchasing  the various wares exposed for sale  The next places visited are the  NTERESTEDl  TCHES AND  -GRADE      We are the largest  manufacturers   0f  r\Y7ETi I   DV!)    STERLING   SILVER.  ExW;llL.L.rVl    T     WARE in Canada.  ������Mumbia g  "' like three  for whicl  expended  scarcely^  thing'  which will be ������ent free to your address  I  Then write for our iiiuttrated Catalog    We.carry all lines of quality Silver-  plate Tableware and Cutlery as  well as Leather Goods, Brass  Goods and Rich Cut Glass.  IF YOU NAVE- TO BUY A  WEDDING PRESENT  'CONSULT OUR CATALOG  HENRY BIEKS & SONS, LTD.  JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Vancouver, B. C,  GEORGE  E. TROREY  Managing  Director  Liberals Organize  / osr Graham-Isia  i tion expressed over t'i  .���������in which the affairs of  ; Charlotte Islands Ik.  Mocked after by Wi'Ah-.u  ; M.P.P.'for theSk^-ha  While it is true ibu  Masset, Q. C. I., March 10. ~  Within the next few weeks a  Liberal association will be formed ! ^'Strict is large unii  .;.  theatre and court-house, neither for the north end of Graham Is-^ind requires a lot of !r,<  being especially remarkable, and hand.    Last election the Conser- improvements,   U:������  one is shown over the-city gaol, jvaiives drewprobably ninety per: been expended,, it ���������  !';<-��������� ()  ��������� ��������� h 1 r'  whose/chief point of interest is  1 cent, of the votes throughout the j where it has done ti  district, but since then there has;    The  Queen  Ghru;  ir.inn.-y  r  .'";-:!M,-iir.  chor the vessel is surrounded by! Perhaps the execution chamber, | bgeh a ^.^ dea, of disyatjsfac. i pay ann()a!]y "t0 th  ' It is becoming" increasingly  evident that the Borden government is hostil&to the West. Not  oneof the promises made to the  West has been fulfilled. Moreover there seems to be no present  intention of fulfilling such promises either in respect to our public  lands, or with regard to redistri  bution.    Speaking in Saskatche-  fiecT time,  and as the'army of! wan during the election Mr. Bor-  government officials, the majority  of whorn.are commissioners, will,  in all likelihood devote much of  their time.,.to this work, though  paid for other services, conservatives will have-a-great advantage  in obtaining registration.  It will perhaps hot be difficult  for the electors of the southern  portion of the province to file!  den undoubtedly laid stress upon  the question of redistribution.  His argument''in July, 1911, was  chat 'the Laurier government  ought to pass a redistribution  ��������� bill." He thought that they should  do.this before'an election. He  was certainly right as' to this,  but unfortunately the Conserva-  ������ ��������� ��������� . -  rive tactics in the house forced  upon us an election before the  census returns were complete.���������  their applications within the al-.j., r      ���������,.  Vl ���������     y Moose Jaw limes  lotted time. They will be sought  after and facilities oli'ered for so  doing.  .But what of the hundreds oJ  electors, scattered through the  remote parts oi the North ?. How  are they to be. reached? .     .  In many places the trails-are  not yet open far travel, and'word [  of the measure will not reach the j  settlers until'too late for regis- j  tration. j  Should, a  provincial   election!  take  place in- the near  future, j  what will be the situation ?   Sim- j  ply this���������the electors of Vancou ���������  ver and  Victoria will   be  in  a j  position to vote, probably in favor j  of a continuation of a policy of ���������  advancement to the South at the  expense of the North, while the  electors of the North, the pioneer  settler, will -be' bttrred from' lodging his proper protest.  Such a measure is a violation |  of the principle of free government by the p.-ople.  The pioneer settlers in the out-  of-the-way  pdrts  of  the North1  numbers of shore boats, manned  by pedlars with a most varied  assortment of wares to sell, ranging from bananas, which are extensively grown._ on the islands,  to handsome articles of drawn  thread and colored silk.  Embarking in one of the small  boats which ply for hire between  ships and the shore, the passenger soons finds himself, at the  landing jetty, where he is immediately surrounded by a seething,  yelling crowd of hack drivers,  guides and beggars. Having  eventually sorted outa guide and  where is to -be seen the garrot,  for Spain uses the method of  garrotting for her malefactors.  'This instrument consists of a  wooden' chair with' a straight  back, through- the upper part of  which passes an iron bolt, to  which is attached a metal collar,  with a circular knob protruding  through the back of it. The collar is .fastened round the victim's  neck, so that the metal knob  comes in contact with the back  of the neck, close to the spinal  column. An attendant turns a  lever attached to the rod'passing  Rolston & Calnan  Agents for  QUEEN..  NORTHERN  FIRE INSURANCE  COMPANIES  NATION AI  ROYA!  London, Lancashire Guarantee and Accident  fj**!Pm**+ ii ni'ww ���������  a hackman from the struggling; through the back:of rthfe chair, [  mass, he starts off upon the dus-i which revolves andi;drives-, the|  ty drive of some twenty minutes | knob against the back-of the!  or so, to the town proper, accom-! criminal's neck, breaking it and \  panied by a number of small ur-j causing his death. The visitor;  chins, who run alongside the I is also shown a collection of!  vehicle begging lustiiy for small] weapons which have been used | -  coin. | in the committal of various local I  Once arrived in the town, the! murders.-. ' ���������  j  visitor is at once taken round to! Having in one way or another!  see the sights, the principal of! spent an interesting day, the re-'  which is the cathedral. This is; turn journey is made to the!  a fine building and contains a I steamer, and ere long Las Pal- i  most gorgeous and elaborate high mas and all pertaining to it, be-!  altar, the whole front of which! comes a rapidly disappearing!  is ornamented with a species of I spot in the vessel's wake. !  B    Gt     r-\A^������> EsaSH <������ ������m  'Dealer 'in  GENERAL P^ERCHANDiSE  Raw Furs Eoyght and SoSd  Trappers' and Loggers' Outfits Supplied  GasoEme Launches for Sale or Charter  BELLA BELLA, B. C.  J. A. TEPOORTEN, LTD.  - WHOLESALE   DEALERS IN  PATENT    MEDICINES.  AND  SUNDRIES  DRUGS  308 Water  St., Vancouver, B. C.  W������ A!1E RIGHT TO THE FRONT WITH  QUAL5TY, PROMPT SERVICE, RIGHT PRICES  The CEarke-Stuart Co., Lid.  C'tatumrrs     fclriutrni     lUiinkbiiiiirni  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  Rubber Stamps, Loose Leaf Devices and Billing Systems  TRANSITS. LF.VKlS, CHAINS. &c. and  everything for the {Surveyor ami AivhiLrt  Instruments Repaired by our Experts      We Blue Prinl for You  For Immediate shipment    SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPME*'  DESKS,  ItfAPS, GLOBES AND  HYLOFLATE BLACKBOARDS  PRICES   AMD    SAMPLES    ON    WEQUCST  ���������������������������* t**vn www *tv������w^  m**", ���������mhhiw m  3   i'UUJEUiLJj ltoUIU Ui<' THE PACIFIC & HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.  UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C., LTD.  Boscowltz Steamship Co., Ltd.  KKCULAli  FiiMKJIIT   AND I'ASSKNCKR SKi:VI''|,;  I'.l'l'i'WI'iKN  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER  S. S.'VENTURE? \*���������A vDa"f0,"rcr.cvJry J1,,lr;;,Iay.nl    ---   Leave; Bella Looia .Suiitlay inornuiH  p.m.  S. S.   "CAfMF.AN's.'  (la.",'������!iin' and I  (������r S. S.  'Ixiilo:-;! V-.  " < 'o(/l!l'i'l,AM" also ('.'ill v. i  by special arr;injv<'iii������'m������.  Ii  !''i>r r.'i )<'.-: <if !''r������'ii'hi;;, !-';i fc:- ;iiii| ntlicr iiil'orii<;iliiiii, ;i|M'  lli'.AD n|.-i.|cr��������� i'akkai,!. St., Vancuiivmk ; or John Kakn-  MX).} (;(,vi:u.\.\iKNT St.,   Victhkia.  ���������MUtMU ���������M*������MWm������(V1*I ������  j'*������ HV.M i ��������� m urv ww m mmum- mnaw������nrrtM������i ���������������  i k&Jfe  exerti6n.  'Granam',1:  traverse.  Whenjj  trail|f\Gr������  ancl;^Bruii  are know  ;BU  LET  DOMINION  -sunvi  V/H.L   OF  ,^-S  'lUiJ-^f  'feytand S  MV  "J .  I.  '*W;  fSnfi v  "{if- "At ffZ  l>i  77Z  ������,'''������}  ,Mi0&ci  WoatCSiles  Aumiber Lid  -���������&sm&AU i  BJGMand  J. A. LERC  BUS  MEE  H  COR.  AB  \  EUROPEA  Jl.OO tc  chargos  P.jG. I  ������<-*������.  VU.  m  ���������   ��������� ' V'V ��������� '!/)  Jffi&v. March 15. 1913  BELLA   CO'OLA   COURIER  ^ilSnibia   Kovernment   something  Of  of  ER.  ilver-  0'as  Brass  like three-quarter million dollarn,  for  which the government has  expended   so   little   that   it  ,s  scarcebi)0,sible���������to tell that any-1  thins^beeii spent at all. . Ihe;  roadW full of mudholes parti  oiSmP0 and other times they I  *������- to impassable without1  Vancouver, Land District.  District of Coast, Rakck 3.  Take notice that Duncan M. Macfarlane  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation lumber-   ,  man, intend:- to apply for permission to ;  purchase the following described land:   '  Commencing at a post, planted three  mi lea distant and in a westerly direction  j Kasasss^  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  (pOAl< MIKING KIGH'iH of lh<- Dominion, in  ^   Mani'ioha. KASKA'iciiKv.Arj :ir,d Ai.fiicitTA, irmea uistuni aim in a westerly uutamii   [jvi  th-���������Vi-K(.N'ii-:iuci'iouY,iiH. NoitTH-wEs-r'iKitiii- : rrom lll(. woHtern extremity of Nahlou- \m  ���������roitiKS and   in  ������  inn-nun  o!   the I'uoviNci-: of i          i     i    ���������              i      i             , i        ,.������     ,.       , .     fi������  Hici'ri.'iiiCoLUHiiiA. nmy! bfi luasc-d lor n u-rm of '-An   Lake,   marked   south-east   cornei,   $j  Auuliention for a U-asif must be made by th*  appliciint in iJi:r.".on to Ui<- A if wit or Sub-Ai?������nt.  ol  th*' iliHlrii'l  in   v.'hii'li  tin' nifht!i applied lor  j   are ������il uad'fl.  . . ���������'���������'  ���������       ,        j     ��������� m i '"  Murviyod   territory  tlie land  mu-jt  be de-  There IS nOt a trail On |   Bcnlx.'il by weUoiia. or lejful subdivision:) of ;ikc-  * ~+'   '>J'"-/ I   tiooH, ftr.d in liiiHurvej-cd territory the tract an-  "'"Gr'aiiam'Island which a horse can l !,{it"^/?r aha" '"-' tUako1 oul l,y 1,1U "i"1'^"1'1  IfSStest amount of physical  HliJ'M.'ui Colijmiiia, may be luast-d  lor n term ol      '���������"���������    'J"r'>-i     ������ntw ������....������..     .,vU....          ,  tw<nty-one yearn at an annual rental oi ix an   \ thence north eighty chains, the.'K'O west  urn-.    JS'ot more than, 2.500 urrcs will bo leaned '! eighty      chains,      thence     South     eighty  to one ui>|> H::iiit. ;    l    ' ii .      ���������    l.        i     ��������� "       ,    - ���������-���������- ��������������������������� i... .1.,.  : chains, thence east, eighty chains; con-  1  %*/������  {exera6n.  iih������-j i.  I'Jach np|il:c:ilif>n minit be aceoinpanied by a  foe of UTi which will be refunded if the ri;:ht������  applied for are not available, l,;:t i:ot otln-rv.-r'.i-.  A royalty shall he p-.u'l on < lie niejvliniiUible output of the mine a* the rate of live eent.M per ton.  'I lie person 'operat.inir the mine r.hal! furnidi  the .A Kent with v.v<jI-j> u-turns ucxninl mi: for tin";  full 'Hiai.tity of in"rcl.!.]it;'.ble coal mined and j.  c.  trav6rs"e.                                       i  Whervjt comes to a matter of j  traifc-Grahavn Island black bears!   .      7  t- 5-,- ,       :     ,.��������� il    w..    ���������,.Al    I    fidl.|.(ai,tit.vofin-rcl.Mit:'.blee..al.:!.m.aund|.ay  ho\rft Willit   What    I'eW   tnOlO   aiC,    ���������   ,(,.��������� royuliy iii������.w.:on.    It  tl������' n.:.l rnimm: r.l-'lita  naV������*5g,E<V '        :    are not bem-.r operated, anch  returns al.ou.d be  ,1   tliSi-nn'o   tl-lil    iS   Over  chOSen ;    l uriihihrd at U-.M oiu-i- a year. .   .  and;$j3rcnn  h   U<.lll   l^   <-%v.i ,   ,     ,|t^ ,������������������.,��������� v/lll i:l,.|-���������iie the coal imnnix n^lits  iri^reSerence to the places which  are known as jrovenment trails.  taining G40 acres, more or less.  DUNCAN M. MACFARLANE.  Dale. October Mlh,  lai'J.  m?Mwmxmmmme>immxm-  vi  ESTABLISHED   1864  '1 he loaw v/ill ir.eUide tl'C coal mining ri'/bta  only, but the l(.ii';ee may be permitted to pur-  <:\in:>i- ���������.vhnti".er u/a:l.ib'e !iurf;i.ce nKht.-i mi'.y bu  eon-iideied Di-n-H-i.iry for tlev wovkinu ol the mine  itt the ri.te of il'.������.i_(,i an ;..ci'  Vancouver Land District.  District of Coast, Range 3.  Take Notice that Rachel Macfarlane j  of Vancouver, B.C;., occupation real es-!  tale agent,   intends  to  a'pj^ly  for  permission   to  purchase the  following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  three miles west ami one mile north  from the western extremity of Nahlouza Lake, marked south-west, corner,  thence north eighty chains, !hence east  CZZTjOIZZD  zzznoi:  ZIOE  ( IQl  ID!  HOE  at the rate of il .i.eii an ;.ci;e. ., un...-.<, .,���������...,  _.,.,..,.      ,      1 or   tuii   information   application   should   be   ; eighty      chains,      the!li:c     ^OUth     eighty  made to i he Ke..<i.-i; .-j ,,( the |I.;|.M1 ment of the'   j chains,   the.nCO  VVKil   eighty (hrlillfi;   COli"-  KrnVou'Su',,ft,'y ���������!W!*'1 '"' ";nL j tair.in^G^o acres, more or lcs������.  1 r>A/-|JI.T       MA/'-L'AOI     AMI?  jBUSLNESS cards  W.  W. CC'KY  l.'ti.'Ptity Minister of the Interior.  N. H.������������������I'njiulliorized  pubiiention of  thia  iid-  verliKe/i.ent v/.ll not be paid lor  - M-M'M.  0  \h  t.'tiri  l ',���������<(  :>i. ']('  LEROY.  S.   COKELY    ,  DOMINION   AND   BRITISH    COLUMBIA  LAND   SURVEYOR  'SURVEYS   AND   SUBDIVISIONS  V/ILL   OF   In   DCLl.A   COOLA   MARCH   22.  F  I  ���������*&*  -uom^r-  rtJ *'fc������1?.''  ll^nd  Sur/c-ys and Sub-Divisions  Write for Price List or make ahip-  inent at once.    If reciitested, will hold  shipment   separate   subject 'to   ,~p-  j \ proval.    If my valuation is not &al:3-  15 factory, v/iil return furs.    Kocom-  i j mission chairged.    i pay all express  y\ charges and refund postage if sent  \ by mail.  ''FRANK' MASStN  BRANDGH      -  S^ffrey K. Burnett  SvW^CIVIL ENGINEER and  ������B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Bella Coola, B. C.  J������ View  aitMMM������MM **** <  IWAKtTOBA  HOUSES AND LAND TO RENT  RACHKL MACK A Ft LANE.  Bate. October 11th.  I'.lli!. j  Vancouver Land District.  District of Coast, Range 3.  '!  Ta'/e Notice that Allan R. Macfarlane  of ���������Vancouver,  K. C, occupation clerk, \  intends to apply for per.'im:-ion to pur- ,  chase the following descibed land:  i     Commencing at a post plar.tcu about  ��������� four rniies distant and in a wcnerly di- i  | rcction from the -western extremity of ;  ! Nahlouza Lake, marked south-east ecr-  i ner, thence north eighty chains, thence  I west eighty chains, thence south eighty  ; chains, thence east eighty chains; eon-  | taiiiing G4o acres, more or leas.  I ALLAN R. MACFARLANE.  ; Date. October 1 ah, VjVd.  !    " "��������� ' ���������������������������  i        Vancouver Land District.  oes  lerctiam  lse  crzr.nc:  ~.ZD  czrznoizzno  ( iOTZZ  7D  czrznoi:  zzion'  8  Sur^  FURS   BOUGHT   AND  jyors,  Q-  SOL  .D  S. GLEDHILL, Hagensborg, B.C.  m  d  ter  ~MtnerahLUnns  *m&'Limits Sureetfng | j  ������������������a$%U k<"'{* ������f Engineering Work \ \  :f||AUCfiAMP and M. PJcDONALD j |  BJtMand Surveyor -   Civil Engineers ; j  "BELLA COOLA, B. C.  District of Coast, Range 3.  A House and Six Acres of Land fori     ^ ,     XT  ,.      ...   r T,   ,,    .  . i     lake Notice that James K. tilacfar-  Rent, in Bella Coola, B.C. ^10 per | ]ane of Vancouver, B. C, occupation;  month, payable every aix months in j farmer, intends to apply for permission |  i     advance.   Noagemts.   Apply toowner, j <-o purchase the following described land: \  Commencing at a post planted about,  three miles west and one mile north!  from the western extremity of Nahlou- I  za Lake, marked north-east corner, ;  thence north forty chains, thence west;  eighty chains, thence south forty chains, ;  thence east eighty chains to point of.|  commencement; comprising 32o acres,  j more or leys. I  JAMES K. MACFARLANE.     '  ! Date. October 11th. 1912.  ers'  ana rack-tram  Supplies a Speciality  V  ������5"2i  Sub-Dioisions. &c.   ��������� ���������  Underground     11 VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Vancouver Land District.  1  J. A. LEROY  Phone Sci/. 93S7 J- NATION  BUS "meets ALL BOATS AND TRAINS  Hotel Winters  COR.  ABBOTT  AND  WATER  STREETS  VANCOUVER. B. C.  EUROPEAN   PLAN   Hot and Cold Wmer  Sl.OOTO  S2.50      STEAM   HEATED  ROOMS WITH BATH  TAKE Notice that-1. Frank Broughton \     DISTRICT OF COAST, R.ANGE 3.  of Bella Coola, B. C-.. occupation provm-1  : cial constable, intend to apply for per- i     Take Notice that George Jenkings of  i ��������� mission to  purchase  the  following de-j Vancouver,   B. C, occupation  farmer,  : ' scribed land: I intends to apply for permission to pur-  | i     Commencing at a post planted at the ! eh"ae the following described land:  !! south-west   corner   of   Lot    No.    452,!     Commencing at a post planted at the  ! marked F. B. north-east corner, thence ! eastern  extremity  of   Nahlouza  Lake  i West 40 chains, thence South 20 chains, I marked south-west corner, thence north  -Uhence East 40 chains, thence North 20 ! eighty chains, tnence easteighty chains,  | chains to point of commencement, con-  ; tabling 80 acres more or less.  FRANK  BROUGHTON.  Dnt<!. January 'M.  1013.  l-'ob. 8--Ap'l 5.  c.  if  :e-  Fiist-ciass Watch Repairs  ,-,..^i"~ -"doiic at reasonable prices.  ift^ll work guaranteed and postal  rlh^ios  piid. AJJress all ,cork to  i!E NOOT, 1353 Merrill Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  Vancouver Land District.  District of Coast, Range 3.  Take notice that William W. Wollow  of Vancouver, B. C., occupation brick  layer, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described land:  Commencing sit a post planter! about  three miles distant and in a westerly direction from the western extremity of  Nahlouza Lake, marked north-east corner, thence south eighty chains, thence  thence south eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains; containing G4o acres,  more or less.  GEORGE JENK1NGS.  Date, October 14th.  llJ12.  Vancouver Land District.        I  _ ���������,  i  District of Coast, Range 3.   j  Take Notice, that Andy Burhoe of1  Vancouver, B. C, occupation farmer, !  intends to apply for permission to pur- \  chase the following described land: j  Commencing at a post planted at the i  eastern extremity of Nahlouza Lake, j  marked north-west corner, thence south j  eighty chains, thence east eighty chains, '  thence north eighty chains, thence west ��������� _,  VANCOUVER,  Wholesale  .   ^w^������  w  9  la������^  Manufacturers   of  ts.  Shirts,   Tweed    Pants,   Overalls,  Hand   Knit   Sweater   Goods  and  Li  JACKET  SOLD     BY     ALL     FIRST     CLASS     MERCHANTS  hains   thence j L,,,-"^v- "<-���������*-���������- ~-a---.-  ���������  west eighty chains, thence north eighty ! e'l*ty   chams ;   containing   640   acres  chains, thence cast eighty chains; con-1 rnore or less-  taimng (J4o acres, more or less '  :es  DS  U.u.  WILLIAM  W.  Octohor tlth. lull  WOLLOW.  more or less.  ANDY BURIIOE.  Date. October 11th, 19L>.  - i VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  VANCOUVERLAND DISTRICT;   1)ISTRICT 0F Coast, Range 3.  DISTRICT OF COAST    KANGF. III.   !     Take notice that Walter Macfarlane  Takk   Nonn-;   that  I,  Mark  Walter ; of Vancouver, B. C, occupation lumber-  Marvin, of Atnarko, Upper Bella Coola, ' man, intends Uwrpply for permission to  occupation rancher, intent'  "  to apply for   purchase the following described land:  the   folliAvinj;       Commencing at a post planted about  ,ierni!.ssion   to   purchase  described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  lorth-east corner id' 11. Harrison's pre-  em|)tion ci.'tiui. thence South 20 chains,  thence Fast S>> chains, thence North 20  chains, thence West So chains to point  of commencement, containing KiO acres,  more  or  less, in   the locality known as  the Sugar Camp, on the Great Slide Old   n:it<\ o<-l.i������m- nth, nu.'.  Gtjvernment Trail.  Upper Bella Coola.  MA UK  WALT Eli MAUVIN.  l):C.i-t|   !).-ci-!n!..r .',r<l,   I'.ll-.  i't.iur miles distant and in a westerly direction from the western extremity of  Nahlouza Lake, marked north-east corner, thence south eighty chains, thence  west eighty chains, the nee north eighty  chains, thonce east eighty chains; containing G-lo acres, more or lei:s.  WALTER MACFARLANE.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN  Agent for and Owner of  FARM, TMBER LANDS AND WATER POWER  IN BELLA COOLA AND VICINITY  TEN ACRE FARMS A SPECIALITY  C������ 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. A11 information strictly guaranteed.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN. Bella Coola, B. C.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  WeWantYourLand Notices  Advertise in the Courier  II .III, ���������MWWWWIWIIKr-WWJIIJ W������>W������Pf I, ��������� .llllw mgAMWIII      .m^^��������� ���������.   0>-������^sn><)-^S!S?>(>-s2SK-(><iS3fto-(>-a3������ssi������.������)^aHnD-< >4B������g&o<sm������<a>-<sna^o<3iB������<0>-aBHM>-ag*aMQ>-aaa8^o-^^  ari1  mU.  ).  IF YOU intend Building let us esti-   | |  mate the cost of Construction for you    | I  We  mipp!y  Mn(crinl������  of nil  Kind*        No extn> cbhr,je for  Plan* and  Specification- S.Uisf.nctio.i C;u������mnlc..������l  Robinson, Wheeler & Robinson  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  BELLA COOLA        British Columbia  B.^iir:^^/^,.!^!.^. -fBM| friHMWff->  }<uuo*-(   >-������asw<   >-������gu(������()������uu������(><aBiBi^(>-������BU������-()4au������������  DIKTIIICT   or   COAST���������a/VNaE   III.  T.\KK NoTirr, that I, Lt'becra Craiic,  oi \raiicou\ 1.T, ILC, marrkd wuniai'i,  intoinl li> Jipply for permission to pir.--  cliiisi1 the   following tlrsci'il'ed land:  Ciimmt'iieiiij;' at a |>ost pi inti-d alout  '.!() chains west from the nonli-west eer-  in.'i" of th>' north-west quarter of section 2'.l, Township S, l\aiu:e o, ther.eo  N'ortli L'i> chains, thenee Last "������(> cl,a;rs.  thenee South L'.0 eliaies, th.-n.'e W.'st .".0  ehaiiis to point, of comriv.'neeintMil, ,'e.d  v ; eontainini: ������!0 aen-s more or loss situated  I   in the vicinity of Firvale,  (formerly of  f   Sloan)   U. C.,'Bella Coola Valley.  1 IIKHKCCA   CRAN'K..  U     Pal,-.   I ).���������,-. riili.i  ���������_"!.   I:U.'. l-'.-l.. .S--Aj.'l :,.  |   VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  |       DISTRICT   OF    COAST���������S.THOE    III.  | ���������    Takk   Nivni.-i-: that   Ii.*l������-n������-   Miie.MS, j A  V ' oI'Vai'ieuuvL'T, U. C..-occupation in;-ii'ii-d i| R  9   woman, intee.ds to apply for perinission i 5.  B    to purchase the follou in);'ili':-i������'vil.ied iai.d: \ i  9       ('oiutuencini;   at    a    post    planted   at \ u  X    the  south-east  corner, near   the  Island i 5!  in Ihe Salooint  River, and ahout   three- } S  quarter?; of a mile, more or less,  north- j 9  west of Lot   lfi-l. thence West .|U chains, ] J  thence North -l'l chains, thence f'.;,st   III | ^  chains,  thence  South   10 chains to point  of I'lilllllii liielllent , (  seekers^  Campers,  :G^.i  WHY PACK YOUR OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  WE CAHTr/ COMPLETE LINES OF  rHE FOLLOWING AT BELLA COOLA PRICES:  GROCERIES TENTS  DRY   GOODS CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  HARDWARE PACKERS   REQUISITES  HAY AND   GRAIN  ra -i  HAGENSBORG  12 SYilleo from Bolln Cooln and on Direct Route to the Interior  II  Hi   10 chains to point   j   bj   5         ������____^_   eontainini:'It'11 acres.   \   ������    ���������* "       '""*'   ���������������������������-.-������������ -i.-i  '"''  -~ ' ��������� ���������* ��������� ���������    '���������    in ������IMII i !������������������ MIMimiliMII.IPMWI ,������l ������������������ . ���������!!������������������      im.liJIMili     I   ,1    ���������JMMI   MliP���������aWHI     I. . ��������� ������W   ��������� I ��������� flllllW. I ���������   III ���������HWMII IHI I     III. ������������������������IPlWMWMM������������������W  t-o-mosi.'-'  I  I'., t. JAl'dl'SI-.N. A..'.-m1  jai'maiy. wtli. una. Feb. k-mh &.  :���������<;-; wm  i  S 'I  i H'r  ifef  !  Ii  M  I  1  ft  i  11  I!  1  ];  ti'ii  I!  BELLA  COOL A  COURIER  Saturday,  March /$  saxivneraeramrjaKsm* rirniar*  rrsssrrrmr-  &m*Mi**,>+i**XMii ***������**��������� i*mw+nvifmmt**dm*#vtim'i>  *MiH**ttMfiii,i,  r  tYrfftttfrfTfliiiiifci'  .^M^^,.^.^������^^^.^vre^^  ^t^^^^o^������������������^^*^^  i  non  nor:  yj  m  Men'  Childr  s, Ladies an  a  ens  toes  non  ZD  C  HOE  O^7  LEADING   DEALERS   IN  ������h  HOE  vs  aw  joczizzzr^fi  en s. ouits,; ohirts  nderwear  non  id:  IfOE  u  3|ftZ  Ifa  I  HP  I it W/i ( '  Ml  I PI  ������ Mi  ��������� fi  !i,i  1: ?!  ;! ii ��������� i  :ji:!  .ii!!  ;ll j  iiif  Pack and.Riding Saddles  HlltM '   "-������������������--���������*-  .-*.*���������-.**������������������������������������.   -r-.r-L.-r J������J-J-1J-  TENTS  Camp, Heating and Cook Stoves  WE  CARRY  A  LARGE  STOCK  OF  FANCY  AND   STAPLE   GROCERIES AT  LOWEST   PRICES  '9  ampers  II������  ELLA  COOLA  Jllfbee  "* ���������*     --innf   nrwfrfniinn iririm rr i> i n n iiiirmimi���������uti orrt ira Bin   n  i  iiTffrg"lllww'giMimwm"JMe���������aM>"^^ '" ������������������������"������'  EHBBB������niEm������BK������m^^  Late Bella Coola Hotel  FIRST-CUSS ACCOMMODATION AND PROMPT SERVICE  rnwm  Barber's Shop and Baths .'. Building Newly Furnished Throughout  ���������~wfmnintmrw'Ti'irm in  '���������urn r~  HOME COOKING; First-class help only employed  BAGGAGE STORED FREE OF CHARGE, SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ENQUIRIES BY MAIL  FEED   STABLE   IU   CG^MECTSON  ���������tt-MLrtkfrwfca  k**mi***.������*Ui, ilwnit������������ilUWIAI r i Wi ������i7V*u*^t^trf  MWMMJTj'Jw MWWWiMWI  F. ������.. HAGAN, Propria  Both Feet Frozen  Fort George, March 14.���������Colin  Lettle, a railroad employee, was  brought down this week from  Tonoquah creek with both his  feet frozen. He is at the Northern hotel. He will probably have  to have several toes amputated.  I     FRUIT" ���������'  Lady's Midnight Plunge    , Disastrous Fire at U. ' UM     ,.        jxij  Prince Rupert. March 13. ���������Re-:    ,��������� . .     .,      ,   ,,..   ... ��������� . ,������  lokio, March 10.    1 v.-������-. ���������  turning from a trip to Port Ed-; > '  ,    ���������     .      . ,  .   . .   .-      ,,     and   houses,   almost   ihv - -  -  ward about midnight, Mrs. Mc-  Kerns of Fraser street, who was town of Numaduz, t.. t!:-  the first to leave the boat, mis-;01" Tokio,   were   burn-:���������:! :~  takenly walked across the float I These included  the g.iv.-r  and fell into the water.    She was I buildjng8>    There wen, a,,  dragged out little the worse for        '  her experience, friends providing oi*  fatties.    The   !<.<���������.-��������� i-  her with wraps. mated at $3,500,000.  i!   ?  ADVERTISE IN THE "COURIER  GROWERS  ! ���������������  If you are planning an Orchard   a  3  RKMEMBVR  i The Capital City '  11 / Nursery Company, I  |i fc salkm, orf:. <\  t  Is the Banner Nursery of the    ;.  I'm it'i������ Count \l  mrw������m4 r -. -mt������������w r^srnaj-mf not*  Em������*wMMV<i  , WC.   GJJAC?ANT^������   OUR   STOCK  w 'J'rii!.- I.u name                   w  j I   u Grafted   from   selected   stock  *i   V on three year roots  j   ��������� Free from InaccL Pes'a or  '   (^ diseaue  j   ������ Nori-irritjated       Acclimatized   i  ftMS8*ES������������������������aaEBeanEajSK������aB������^^                                                                                                                                                                       i   I And <;verv tree jrrown in the    ]  ti (������������������ lebntt(-d Willanu;tto  Valley,  y th.:   acknowledged    l-.onie    of  -i nursery stock of the world.       j>  in V/o ������io!ivvr to your nerueut mil-     A  Vf w<iy otatiot: at th?- prices y\/ok������fl     y  /. win;;)] i/icfo^uo t/ic ficlr.ht, ciuty     y.  %������ nnd inspocticn.                      ^)  ^ You should just see our Roses    y  ' and brnamelals  ijf i w  MEN'S,  A^S  YOUTHS'  10 in. Hand  Macie Loj:j/>jr  "BEST FOR THE WEST"  Our Loggerr/, Miners  Prospectors' and  Boys'  Shoes are THE BEST  THAI'  MONEY  CAN  -. BUY -   war*? >Mw w 'y������.* t^w^M *  CKIE CO. LTD.  .. 3.arp;������st Shoo ..  W&r.srjJirijcLurer*} or,  4!io Pacific  Coav.fc  g P. O. Cox 901 Agent      %  ^        Vancouver, B. C.        ^ | ^  There ?s a  Difference  in  the Price!  AND A BIG DIFFERENCE, but there's n<> pn.'tical  difference in the value and eilicieneyof tlu'S"'': (���������'',"'s-  Gonio were darnnjret! in transit, some tire simply "h.<|'-  Koiled" and ;;oir.<.' Jiavc been out on hire a lew lii'i -'  only, but .-.Il ar- offered at \'M) UEDIJCTIONS. I.������-i *  know your requii-en'.^nU; and we will send part ice,!:!'������������������  DOW'T FORGET Th������t U������- oxpondiluro of $10 canh  at Pifiniey's cutitScD ycu to n tickst which will  aJ-.are in ihe drawing of a $1,500 "Overland" Auto.  C  set  j the  -.'for  ',      R  r. Mr.  1, stat  % % * '  rv^for-  , /this  -;���������������  ���������y. i^rf*  9 ,,niil  los.ri  739 Ya[es_Street  r troi  an<3  daj  terj  wei  ,    of i  rI  ''    sul  S8N������VJ8SS������sH3S 1MV, ^SJISS^NMS!^/  SUBSCRIPTON  RATES OF  .LA COOLA  COURIER.  Subscriptions Payable in Adv.mcc.  fl!  CANADA.  Onk Ykaii   Ku: Momtiis    Tliicmi; Momtms   $1.00  . 0.7r>  .  O.OO   , |wra������M;n^K^,jaieJ2m;jKiai^^  UNITiOl) STATKH.  Onk Ykak  $l.r,0  Unitku KfwenoM and tiii: Cowt/nknt.  ������NK   YKAit $2.00  Ii:  I  SUBSCRIPTION  BLANK.  [.5F.IJ.A CfKILA PURU3!!!Nr. CO., LTD.  BJ:.iJ.A COOLA, B. C. '  I'.nclosed please find. . .  for 1'ella Coola Courier for  Name      siih.srrii'li"  V. 0.  Tcnr out nncl mr.il locliiy, will) nmounl of KiiliBcriplion ' "   " '  (  ��������� me  of  . :*aiV  -Gt  th<  ou  - pa  '. I-


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