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 =H:1  _JlfS  1 J>t#  ibment Endeavors  Force Opposition  Vote on Naval  Give'Notice-of Closure  ������  ���������"  ������    _- ��������� '  ���������   ',/;dtta\va, March 20-The govern-  l!/5*c  ^es  - < meVfcissued a statement today  'to'tne effect that it will no longer  '      'I'M .'���������������������������'  brodk'~delay of business by the  t n  opposition's attitude on the Naval  ' Bill, ind that unless the Liberals  '-V^agreeto vote on the. Bill, notice  " ^closure will be given when the  reassembles next week.  :es  A  "I^B'Goid Strike  at Teslin Lake  \lOTfcwW, March .20.-A   rich  ;l|l!%>f free-milling gold has  lllSilnlSnade   by   prospectors  at  'ifWffifcake.  %#|lSples recently brought out  roved wonderfully ncn ana  ipede has started.    Scores  tople are leaving here daily  the scene of the strike.   ...."..  **.  Turkey Offers to Surrender'Adrianople on  Certain Conditions  Bulgaria Refuses to Accept  London, March 19���������Turkey has  offered to surrender Adrianople  on-conditions that the garrison  be allowed the honors of war and  be permitted to keep their arms.  Bulgaria refuses to accept the  surrender on the terms offered  by the Turks and insists on surrender of Adrianople, Scutari,  and Islands in Agean Sea, together with large warindemnity.  Powers Will Ignore Allies  Demands  The Powers have decided  to  ignore the demands of the Allies  which they consider extravagant  and will shortly  propose other  conditions.  Austria Brings Situation  Closer to a Crisis  at U  tin-  Supplementary Lsti-  mates Disposed of  !'!!<:  Lri>\  "Tl.'  ' '^S  RIER  Vienna,   March   20.���������Austria  .J has brought the situation in the  ! Balkans still closer to a crisis by  -���������--   5 making peremptory demands on  Ottawa, March 19.-The House |Montenegm    A large Austrian  settled down today to dispose of I fleet has been despatcheci to en-  ,the supplementary estimates be- f^^ the demanas.  ..'fore rising for Easter holidays.  ________���������-������������������  Replying to a question by Mr.  ,   Pugsley,  member for St. John,  Mr. White, minister of finance,  -- 'stated that the total expenditure  Vior'the year ending March 31st,  /'ffiifeear, amounted to about one  Vhuf&ed and fifty millions, though  J?|������|||otal   estimate   was   about  -^^Whunclrcd   and   seventy-four  Plot to Assassinate  General Huerta  MANY ARRESTS MADE  's a  mce  ce!  u'tica!  ; cl������'S,  'Vi.oi-  liiri'.'-  ���������ul:i!-  inh  vill  to.  .millions.  ,?&.,  Storm Sweeps Southern  ['' States  ���������Memphis, March 20.    A disastrous storm swept overTennesse  Mexico city, March 20.���������A plot  has been discovered among: the  palace guards having for its object the assassination of provisional-president Huerta. Many  arrests have been made and excitement is at high pitch.  Three of the guards arrested  Meets Death at Hands of Fanatic While Walking  In Crowded Thoroughfare  Athens, March 19.--King George of Greece was assassinated  on Tuesday last while walking in one of the principal streets  of Salonika. The murderer, ��������� a Grecian, fanatie,'approaching  his majesty from the rear, fir ad a shot' into the small" oi his  back. The stricken king was quickly surrounded by faithful  subjects, but it was found that the unfortunate monarch was  beyond human aid, it being only a few minutes before death  ensued. The assassin was immediately captured and hurried  from the scene in order to escape threatened violence at the  hands of the crowd that quickly assembled.  Prince Const&ntine Succeeds to Throne  Prince Constantine, the eldest son of.the late king succeeds  to the throne.  The Most Democratic Monarch in the World  The late King ascended to the throne in the year 1863. He  wa'S; a son of the King of Denmark and was generally recognized as the most democratic monarch in the world. Often  while walking unattended through the streets of Athens he  would stop to converse withthe humblest shop keeper. Once  whilst on a visit to-"Patras, he contracted smallpox through  mingling with the crowd which was shouting his welcome, the  disease being epidemic at the time.  effects, the steamer had a goodly J Stephenson.  number of passengers for this j    Excellent mr^u: was smpp!  port, among whom were included: j by  Mrs. F. K.  ilickhnton  | Mrs. J. Widsten, Miss Annie Li- Miss   J.   Blayney   (piano)   at..;  jvelton,   Messrs B.  F. Jacobsen, I Messrs  P.  Gadsden   and   F.  K.  E. Stoesseger, B. Rolston, L, J.  Galnan, J. Colburn, W. Garret,  D. Young, P. J. Ken yon, G. K.  Burnett,' B. C. L, S.  Hicklenton (violin).  The outgoing   passengers in-  i eluded Dr. Francis Cavanagh and  | Mr. R. A. Teebay.  i   j Mr. Stoesseger returns home  i after a lengthy visit to his parents  | in Glen Ellyn, 111.  j Mr. David Young, a former  president of the Valley, arrived in  j charge of a handsome team of  I horses, which are to be used on  i road construction work during  i the summer.  Mr. P. J. Kenyon is back home!  after a trip through the interior  extending over several months.  Mr. Kenyon returned via Ashcroft and put in several weeks in  Vancouver.  Mr. Teebay has gone to Ocean  Falls to make arrangements for  a large shipment of lumber, part  of  which he intends to use in  ' Local Debaters (N'tet  An interesting diic-us.vim took  place at the Mackenzie S<.-hcol on  Thursday 13th inst., when, the  members of the Bella Coola" rebating Society tackled the difficult question of " Governmrr.t  Ownership of Public Utilities.'.'  The subject was well handled by  both sides and it was only after  I lengthy consideration of the arguments put forward that the  judges finally returned a. verdict  in favor of the affirmative side.  The next meeting of the Society  which will take the form of a  musical social, is billed for Thursday, 27th inst., at 8 p. m. at the  Mackenzie School.  A short debate will be intre^  duced, Messrs S. Le C. Grant and  G. Lindsell being invited to oppose Messrs H. L. Harris and W.  H. Gibson as representing the  Soeiety.  A good musical programme la  constructing a residence, the re-j being arranged, and the matter  mainder being for the local firm I of refreshments is also ������ capable  Intended to Abdicate 'French Cabinet Resigns  Copenhagen, March 20.-It is Paris- March 20.-The Cabinet  authoritatively stated that the | resigned yesterday. The greatest  late King George of Greece in re-1 anxiety is felt at the fact of the  cent letters to his most intimate | administration being left to face  the grave crisis that is imihent  at this time when all Europe is  friends, repeatedly asserted his  intention to relinquish the throne  and live a retired life as soon as jin a strained condition over the  peace was concluded.  Balkan situation.  Rebels Demand  Surrender of City  Disastrous Fire at  Medicine Hat  Medicine Hat, March 20.���������The  j Malcolm  Canning plant is des-  of Robinson, Wheeler and Robinson, contractors and builders.  The Courier learns that Mr.  M. W. Marvin has leased the  Young ranch in the Upper Valley  for a period of four years.  Travellers over the trail will  be provided with food for man  and beast at moderate charges.  AN ENJOYABLE DANCE  Monterry, Mexico, March 20  A large rebel force have surroun- ��������� troyed by a fire caused by an ex-  for participating in t he plot were j ded the  city  and   demands  its ; plosion of gas.    The walls of the;  One of the most enjoyable so  cial functions of the season was j  the dance which took place at the i  Grand View Hotel on Friday, 14th :  inst, when  a  large number of'  local ladies and gentlemen assembled on invitation from the proprietor, Mr. Frank Hagan.  As is usual when Mr. Hagan is  hands,   so   that   an   enjoyable  ��������� evening is assured.  All are promised a hearty welcome.          Mr. W. Dyson, so well known  on the coast as the popular chief  steward on S. S. Camosun, has  been forced to'take a trip to California owing to a break-down in  health.  The "Courier" joins his many  friends in the North in wishing  ! him a speedy recovery, and will  welcome his return to his home  waters.   Bella Coola Development League  j    A meeting of the members of  I the above League will be held at  the Mackenzie School on Thursday 27th inst., at 4 p. m.  The finance committee will re-  trous storm swept over Tennesse j      ^                '' j 8urrender.     Reinforcements are; premises were blown out, cover- j      * arrar,gements\vere      The finanCG committee wiU ^  End the adjoining states yester-,^���������^ jb .      rushed t0 the aid of the;ing 8C0res   of   spectators withjthe hof' the ^excellent floor! port and theprehmmary arrange-  day;  The force of the wind was j ing to escape.__      , ^ ^ g ^^ ; ^^    piye ^^ bst theh. j perfect, and    ;e ^Ce^ fl������������  \ ments for the 24th May celebra-  Numbers of  buildings  were demolished and thousands twenty Injured When  of people are rendered homeless. ! ������r     ���������     t    rv       *1   J  Tram Is Derailed  The  damage  to  property  resulting  from the storm is esti-  ; mated to exceed  seven  million  .^dollars.   Four persons were killed j  many serioualy injured.  ;--;j%^yfev  fill  K.  !���������!),! n  ..-���������l..'.'-'1  eatened Strike oi  . x<������. Railway Employees;  Chicago, March 1.9.    Thelra'm-  ��������� men and switchmen of nineteen  of   the   principal   railroads   a>.v  ^threatening to strike unless they  t '"are  granted   better   conditions.  -Great  anxiety   is   felt   as   it  is  thought that the men will carry  out their threat unless the com-  " panics  make some  .immediately.  Marshalltown, Iowa, March 20.  A train on the Minneapolis and  St. Louis line was derailed today.  Several cars broke away from' ment.  the train and tumbled into a  ravine. Twenty people were  ii seriously injured.  | United  States  cruisers are en-; lives and ten were seriously in  | route for Mexico. ! jured.    Those killed are Reginald  i .v~~::.;:v:i"zir: ^;:ll'r^:zT~:.II^���������~:^r:!liimmer, W. Green,  Charles Bo-  j    Vancouver,  Maich 20.- Arch-; hannon, W. Stewart and J. Briar.  'deacon   Pentreath  died in Cali- j ~^^^^=izzzzzzrzi2zzir~z zz  forma on Wednesday, the remains Former City Official Arrested  will  be brought here for inter-!     n , mi.   on       n\     \  & Crtlo-arv.   March 20. ������������������ Charles  !    Calgary,  March 20.  j H.  Minchin.  formerly assistant  I city treasurer, has been arrested  Ottawa,   March   19.���������-- Senator ��������� on a charge of alleged embezzle-  McMullen died yesterday. 'ment.  and lively music were taken full;  advantage of. Dancing was kept jtion wil1 be up for consideration,  up until the early hours with an j Every resident of BMla Coola  interval about midnight,  when j Valle^ is ea���������est]y guested to  ! become a member of this organization, which has for its sole.ob-  Hurricane Sinks Many  Ships  Jottings of Bella Coola and District  Hamburg. March 20    A terrific \ 'CaniOSlin' calls at South Bentick Arm ��������� ^t  the   several   logging   camps  ! hurricane strm-k this part of tho |   operated by the Ocean Falls Co.,  coast, vestcrdiiy  vsulting in the |    After making the first call at the S. S. Camosun arrived at this  sinking  of   eighty   ships.     The'South Bentick Arm ever made by : port about noon on Saturday,  ships wore mostly small coasting a pasi-'.enger steamer and  there;     Resides an unusually large con-  concessions craft,   but  the   dvath   roll   will disembarking   seventy-five   pas- signment of freight, which inelu- ��������� Kechnie, F. Robinson, F Minaty,  I nevertheless bv heavy. seiigers, who are to be employed ded   considerable    household1 J.  C.   Hoage  and   Capt.   W.  D.  an appetizing supper was served.  The numerous guests included  Mesdames F. K. Hicklenton, II.  Hewitt, W. Gallienne, 0. T. Landry, B. Brynildsen, H. L. Harris,  P. Gadsden, J. Robinson. A.  Blayney, G. Young, O. E. Robinson, A. Hall, W. D. Stephenson.  Misses Edna Hicklenton, F. Barker, J. Blayney, E. Carlisle, C. I  Robinson, M. Svisdahl. Messrs  C. and F. Hendricks, C. Taylor,  F. K. Hicklenton, A. Gothard,  W. Galliertne, O. T. Landry,  B. M. Brynildsen, E. Wheeler,  F. Broughton, P. Gadsden, T. E.  Jacobsen, J. Chadwell, T. Level-  , ton, B. C. Keeping, H. Hewitt,  I W. Gross, V. Clayton, B. Barrow,  i O. K. Robinson, A. Hall, J. Mc-  ject THE DEVELOPMENT OF  BELLA COOLA ALONG PROGRESSIVE LINES.  H. L. Harris, Secretary.  J. H. D. Gain, B. C. L.S., and  j party,   are  engaged   in   survey  work in the neighborhood of Noo-  mamish River, some three miles  down the Inlet.  ������>urriul SuiUrr IDumtr ^cruirra  Special ' Easter Services will  be held at the Lower Bella Cocla  School and the Mackenzie School  on Sunday March 23, at 3 o'clock  in the afternoon.   All are ir vikd. It  I,  BELLA  COOLA  COURIER  Saturday, March 22  '  1f>:,  FT "~"-"-T���������������  The Courier  sertion that at the. last Imperial  conference,    Canada,   Australia  Published Weekly at Bella Coola by andNewZealand adopted a "fleet  TiiE Bella Coola Publishing Co. Ltd. ������ tt"u x   'unit"   scheme,   and   that   this  agreement has been violated by  Canada and New Zealand, Australia beino- the only Dominion  that has undertaken to carry it  out.  Mr. Pearce throws further interesting light on the situation  when he adds that at-the time of  making the tripartite agreement  the latter ORIGINATED WITH  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Canada  1  Year^     $1-00  ���������  Month, r    0.75  . 3, Months   .0.50  United Statea  1  Year $1-50  ���������   United-Kingdom  1  Year     $2.00  Subscriptions payable in advance.  Subscribers not receiving their copy  r irularly please notify the management [  s   once.    Changes in address should be  a ,nt in'as soon as possible.  I\m Advertising  Rates,  Apply at  Office.  Wtarpi*th������>FmettrenCV7 pleted'"    Under the former Act,  Wftereismeonergency. when the Voters, Liat was com.  1 .-> CoHRKfiPONDENTe���������No letters will he published  ��������� n the Couriej ejocept over tho writer's signature.  ���������?ls* Etl.tor reserves the rarht to retuae iiabli-  ��������� ���������Htion of any letit'r.    All manuscript at v.-ritei "m  -:sk.  \ mconver Office  317-323 Cambie Sl  "fyaltts gapnix stiprrnw est Irx.'  SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1913.  The  L  ssue  It is.generally, admitted that a  General Election BeemS inevitable unless Premier- Borden  weakens and decides to withdraw  his'-Naval Bill.  "f In View of,the possibility of an  election,' it -becomes ��������� the- plain  duty of every Canadian Citizen  to' fully inform himself on the  issue between the two' political  . parties^  ._"-'���������  In'studying the "Naval- Question" however, it must not be  forgotten-that'Premier Borden's'  policy- of. cash contribution is in  direct contravention to the agreement entered into by the Dominion and the~B-ritish" Admiralty at  the Imperial Conference of  1909. This fact is made plain in  the following article which we  take from the Toronto Globe :  ��������� THE DOMINION ON THE ���������  ���������PACIFIC OCEAN .-  Ohe'of the moit objectionable  _feafcare3 of the Borden naval proposal is" the  way   in   which  it  ignores altogether the" interests  and responsibilities of the Dominion of Canada.on the Pacific  ocean.     These  interests were  taken into account and these responsibilities   were   definitely  fixod, as between the Dominions  and the British Admiralty, at the  London conference of 1909, and  . if the Borden scheme is set aside  ^now. they will certainly not be  ignored in the next negotiations  between the British and Canadian  governments on the subject of  Cunada'a contributions to Imperial defence on the high seas.  ���������  According to Mr. Pearc -, the  Australian Minister for Defence,  the Borden proposals now under  consideration involve a deliberate  breach of faith on the part of  both the Canadian  government  and the British Admiralty with  the Australian government. The  fact that there has been a change  of First Lord of the Admiralty  and of F'rst Minister in this Dominion may explain but it cannot extenuate such a violation of  a carefully   considered,  clearly  understood, and explicitly'defined  contract.    There is  abundant  justification for Mr. Pearce's as-  Recently the New Zealand  government informed the Colonial office that if it was thought  desirable to retain H. M. S. New.  Zealand in European waters, the  Dominion Avotild readily consent  to the vessel's world tour being-  postponed; To this Rt. Hon.  Lewis Harcourt replied:  "I am happy to be able to assure you that there !are no  strategic or political necessities  THE ADMIRALTY, AND "NOT.for such a decision, and that the  WITH THE DOMINIONS. Clearly what happened was that the  Lords of the Admiralty, convinced thatthe "fleet unit" plan  was the best for-the Empire,  PROPOSED IT TO THE DOMINION REPRESENTATIVES,  and that it was accepted by them.  That the Admiralty were right  then, and that theAdmiralty and  Borden government-are wrong  now, will ,be- found" to be the  opinion of the great majority of  the Canadian electors if. Mr. Borden and. his CDlleagues have the  courage to face them.  .The best course for Canada to  take-now is to bury the contribution; proposal '���������' deeper than  plummet ever sounded," and rejoin Australia in -her courageous  proposal to do her share, in defending the interests of Great  Britain ��������� and "of the' over-seas  Dominions on the- Pacific ocean  without ignoring the Atlantic in  the arrangement.     Mr.  Pearce-   Among the .many changes that  concludes his statement with an I have recently been made to the  battle-cruiser which > bears the  name and was provided by the  patriotism of the government and  people of New Zealand can proceed on her appointed course.  "I am, however, desired by His  Majesty's government to express  -through you to the Prime Minister and government of New Zealand their deep gratitude'for the  offer made, which they are happy  to find it is not, under existing  circumstances,���������' necessary' to  adopt."-  In other, words, the Colonial  Secretary makes it "plain that  ample provision is being made by  the British' Admiralty for the  safeguarding.of Home waters,  and that no emergency exists except in the mind of Mr., Borden.  The Admiralty memorandum  bears out this view.  Provincial Elections Act  expression of the collective  opinion pf the Australian ministry on the subject. The "fleet  unit"- scheme, he says, "can be  adjusted to meet any development in-the Canadian and New  Zealand naval policies," and he  expresses the hope that '' the  three countries may yet fall into  iine for the purpose of promoting  this unity 'of action." Mr. Foster is likely to: hear, somet ting  interesting on this subject .during  his sojourn in Australia.  Provincial Elections Act, there is  probably none so obviously unjustifiable as is- that whereby  Sub-Section 5 of Section 11 of  the old Act is struck out and  the following substituted therefor: "In the case of the first  register of voters, the same,  made up as ahove, shall be certified by the said Registrar and  forwarded, forthwith to the Provincial Secretary, who "MAY"  order the same to be printed,  and the said register of voters  shall be the list used at any election which may take place before  the next revision has been com  piled after each revision and certified by the Registrar, they had  to be forwarded to the King's  Printer,  WHO WAS COMPELLED TO  PRINT THE SAME,  and by Section 20 of the old Act  the King's Printer was bound to  furnish -for 25 cents a copy of  printed lists for any  Electoral  District.      Under   the   present  amended Act it is discretionary  with   the   Provincial   Secretary  whether the lists will .be printed  or not after each revision.    Thc-  Government we know from past  experience,    have    declined    to  furnish  parties  with  printed  copies, of the last revised Voters'  List as required by law.    Now  the Act is so worded that they  are not obliged to print them and  may simply do so on the eve oi  an election when the least possible use can be made of them by  their opponents."   It will readilv  be seen that under this new Act  it will be impossible for oppon-  ents-of the Government who are  not, furnished  with   lists  after  each Court of.Revision to intelligently revise the list on the two  dates in the year set apart for,  that purpose.   There is only one  way provided by the new Act  whereby an elector may obtain a  copy of  the Voters' List after  each revision, and that is under  Section 9, which  provides that  the  Registrars of Voters shall  furnish written copies of the list,  or any part .thereof, for the sum  of 25 centsper one hundred words.  Assuming that there are 3,500  registered,voters in the Skeena  district, and" each name on  the  list, with descriptions, etc., will  take up about four words, it will  cost $35 for anyone to obtain a  complete   copy   of   the Voters'  List  for  the district.    A  more  brazen attempt to prevent  the  public from seeing and examining  and correcting the Voters' List  until the eve of an election can  hardly be conceived.  Are You Interested  In Watches and  IGH - GRADE      We are the i  '������?  argest  manufacturers 0|  EWELLRY ? 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But the govern-'charity to Mr. Marian v.f  ment would hf.> indeed ungrateful I say  that   his   error:-   j^v*  could, it not find a couch of vel-| been .numerous,  vet for such a faithful and sub-    Should Mr. Mans*,,-, m:;?���������  servient adherent as Mr. Manson]seat for the position d Ate  has ever been. ;General,   the   Coi'ricr sug^  Mr. Man3on has been a signal I the following in- memov  failure as representative of this j "When Bill said How Sir-;,  iistrict, and none should realize did.''  Ja'H  Off**  WE ARE RIGHT TO THE FRONT WITH  QUALITY, PROMPT SERVICE, RIGHT PRICES  The Auditor Generalship  Dame Rumor has it confidently  that Wm. Manson, member for  this District, is to be appointed  to the Auditor-Generalship of  the Province. This, if true, will  doubtless be as opportune to Mr.  Manson as it will be welcome.  Mr. Manson knows, what his  The Clarke-Stuart Co., Ltd.  $taliimrni     ilriiitrm     tBiuikumurnj  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  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C.  *t-,y^*M--^������*y**-������tf������������������y������c'y^c<:y ne*������^������.-:i>������ri������,"iqn������*JWMn  ',jywm������u> ww'irpi  HT ^WrmT ���������TI'TfclMIBtTlrTTT���������~1..'.iB| Hmm _iJl������90E7V  *MtT*cme+.'x-vn*m  UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C., LTD.  Boscowitz Steamship Co., Ltd.  REGULAR FREIGHT   AND PASSENGER SKRVK'K  BETWEEN  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER  S. S.<VENTUSE,leavcs Va������C0U1w every Wednesday al 111"11-  ssls^===i2^���������r.^^.I eaves Bfciin Coola Saturday morning  S.^'Caimlano" or S. S. "Coquitlam" a!;;o c.-il! ���������>i(l1  Gaf.oliiu'and E:<!>lo.siv;T, by :',p< cial aiTanj-vrnifiit.  PROJECTED ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC & HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.  For r;ifi.ji of [\< ii.-hi't, I'm.-, s ,h,i| n!!n.-r iiifunn;ilH>i\ :)H  IIkai> Okkick, (!ak^\i,i, St., Vax< opvi:k ; or John Hahn1  100 5 <',ovkunmi:,\t St.,  Victoria.  .ii v.  H  fir J1  m  :/*������  m  t  .^  Mf^-'������^^W������������:jt������.'^^tf;fl||������n?TOfc^W* ^Trf^.^a^!^ ..W*rf ���������*��������� *������������������>  r������.W* W^fmjMm ��������� 'ay,' March 22, 1913  BELLA   COOLA  COURIER  OVINCIAL   ELECTIONS   ACT  SKEENA   ELECTORAL   DISTRICT  ^JE IS HEREBY GJVEN that the List of Voters for the Skeena Elec-  Ifisluct has been cancelled, anil that application to be placed on the  |Li&t wall .be received at rny office at the Government Buildings, Prince  ,B. C.; where printed forma of affidavit to be used i.n.support of an  xion to vote will be supplied.  list of paraona claiming to vote will ba supended from and after the 7th  )nl, 1913, and a Court of Revision will be.held on the 19th day of  ' notice of objections to the insertion of any name on the liegiie-  rust be given to'me thirty clear days before the holding of the  "G<Jvtrts.8;f He vision.  '^ff#bated this 3rd day of March, 1913.  ViOSbSk- ������������������'���������������������������. " J.  H. McMOLLIN,  Registrar of Voters for the Skeena Electoral District.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT ' ffS5g5BSK^^  DISTRICT   03P   COAST���������BANGS   III.  .    Take  Notice that  Helene  MinBos, !fj  of Vancouver, li. C, occupation married i 'fi  i woman, intends to apply for permission | %  ' to purchase the followingdescril.ed land: j'*'  Commencing  at   a   post  planted   ut | g^  the south-east corner, near the Island ; ]f|  in the Saloornt River, and about three- !"'  quarters of a mile, more or less, north- ;  west of Lot 154, thence West 40 chains, \ M  thenee North 40 chains, thence East 40   "  chains^ thence Snith 40 chains to point  of commencement, containing 160 acres.  HELENE M1NSOR,     -m  Duto, H. F. JACOBSEN. Aspm.. fa  January. 28tl:. 1913. Feb. tS-M.'i I.  jBjjjSES AND LAND TO _RENT  -advance.  Noagents.  Apply to owner,  ) S>l������$EDHILL, -HACENBUOKfl, B. C.  i>~  tL>  '.  ti  i we  ilavt  ^BUSINESS CARDS  IT*   ^>^\V, -- ~' ""  S.  COKELY  " CLEROY  'dominion and aniTtsH  Columbia  -������������������l,      LAND  SURVEYOR  '       t ���������  ���������   (  -'surveys ano-subdivisions.  a- <t", i "* ���������        '   ���������    ���������  WlUL   Be   IN   BELLA  COOLA   MARCH   22.  h  Surveys and Sub-Divisions  ioffrey.'K. Burnett  'CIVIL ENGINEER and  ;"b. c. lamd surveyor  Bella Coola, B. C.  ���������m  flEKT  RD3  _..Claims ';    Sub-Dichlons. &c.  '^Sltes . Underground  JcT-Llmits Surocying  'Allkinds of Engineering Work  SSeAUCIIAMP and M. P. McDONALD  BfC. Land Surveyor -   Civil Engineers  * * SELLA COOLA, B. C.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  fOAL MI.NVSG RJ!;iITS of ih������ Dominion, in  *-'   Manitoba. SAS>K^'ienkwan :.nd Aliierta,  the Y UKON '1 EKKITOKY, the NOKTII-WESTTEBStl-'  TOiiiKS. ui.d n> ii ixirtion of ihe I'iiovince of  Hkitimi ("oiajmkia. inuy lie luiir.td for a term of  tv/enty-om* year.-t at tn ungual rental of il an  acre. Not more than 2.BIW acre3 will be I������:t3*<l  to one a(i|>liciuit.  ^Application for a leas<;mu3t be made by the  applicant in person to the Agent or Sub-A^ent  of the- dUtiici in which the r kiUb apphfd for  are a.iur.'.wi.  Ir. surveyed territory the l^nd must be de-  acribed by secticr.3, or !ck������1 subdivisions of.sections, and in unHUrveyed Territory the trait applied for shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be cccompaniod by a  fee of i& w'nfch will be refunded if the riKhla  applied for are not avuiluble, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid or. the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five centa per ton.  The. person operating the mine shall lurniah  the Afrent with sworn returns accounting for the  foil quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay  the royalty thereon, if the coal rnininu rijrhta  are not being operated, such returns should be  furnished at ieaat once a year.  The lease will include the coai mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever uva.labie surface rights may be  considered necesaary for the working of the mine  at the rate of S10.00 an acre.  For full information application should be  made to the Secretary of the Department of the  Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Land3.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of this ad-  vertibcment will not be paid for.���������30690.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT j  DISTRICT   OV   COAST���������B.AHOB   IIX.    j  Take Notice that Edward Le Cooue \  I Grant, of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation i  farmer, intends to apply for permission j  to purchase the following described land: I  Commencing at a post planted about j  twenty chainB distant and in an easterly.]  direction from the north-west corner of j  pre-emption No. 3082, situate on the ,  Atnarko River. Thence south forty;  chains, thence east twenty chaina, j  thence north forty chains, thence weatja  twenty chaina to point of commence-; g|  ment, containing SU acreH. I  .;��������� EDWAItD LE COQUE GRANT.     U  Date/March 1. 1S13. Mar. 22������May IT  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT ||  EIETRICT   OP   COAST���������S1KGE   IIX.    !  Take notice that John S.nith, of Van- ;i  couver, B.C., occupation carpenter, in-;  tends  to apply for permission  to pur-1  chase'the following described land:  Commencing at a post planteU at.mile  post 49 oh the.53i-d parallel of latitude, ,  thence South eighty chains, thence Weet j  eighty chains, thence North eighty j  chains, thence East eighty chains to 'j  point of commencement, containing 640 '  acres more or lees.  JOHN SMITH.  Date, January 2, 1913. Mar. 22-May 17 j  ESTABLISHED   1864  hoe  HOE  HOE  hoe  Dry Good  rocenes  ooas      ooots an  Hardware  Merch  d Sh  oes  enera]  i  g  moE  3CE  C  3GE  noEr  30E  Write for Price List or make ship-  mentatonce. If requested, will hold |  shipment separate subject to approval. If my valuation is not satisfactory, will return furs. No com.  mission char gad. I pay all express  charges and refund postage if sent!  by mail. *  FRANK  MASSIN"  BRANDON      -     -      MANITOBA  VANCOUVEE LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST. RANGE 4.  Take notice that William Wilson  Crichton, of Vancouver, B.C., oocupa-  tion carpenter, intends to apply for per-  misiion to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at mile  post 48 on the 53rd parallel of latitude, j  thence north eighty chains, thence west'  eighty chains, thence south eighty  chains, thence east eighty chains to  point of commencement, containing 640  acre's, more or less.  WILLIAM WILSON CRICHTON.  Date. J anuary 2. 1913. Mar. 22-May 17  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD  urveyors', Loggers' and Pack-train  Supplies a Speciality  ������jga������������a5Wgteg>^^������^  gi:  ���������<l/h'."I  J. A. LEROY PhoneSey. 9387 J- NATION  BUS MEETS ALU BOATS AND TRAINS  Hotel Winters  COR. ABBOTT AND WATER  STREETS  VANCOUVER, B. C.  EUROPEAN   PLAN   Hot and Colo Water  $1.00 TO  S2.50      STEAM  HEATED  ROOMS WITH BATH  *���������&  T/sp^ First-class Watch Repairs  clone at reasonable prices.  ...   prices.  .11  work  guruwnteed  and   postal  'ges paid. Address all work lo  X NOOT, 1353 Merrill Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  ed  rter  c  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTBICT   OP   COAST���������BANQE   IH.  Take Notice that I, Frank Broughton  of Bella Coola, B. C., occupation provincial constable, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  south-west corner of Lot No. 452,  marked F. B. north-east corner, thence  West 40 chains, thence South 20 chains,  thence East 40 chains, thence North 20  chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres more or less.  FRANK  BROUGHTON.  Date. January 31. 19X3. Fcl>. 8--Ap'l 5.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP    COAST���������BANOE   III.  Take Notice that Harry Lloid Dona-1  hue, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation!  wireman helper, intends to apply for;  permission to purchase the following'  described land:  Commencing at a post planted at mile  poet 48 on the 53rd parallel of latitude,  thence south eighty chains, thence west t  sixty chains, thence north eighty'  chains, thence east sixty chains, to  point of commencement, containing 480  acres, more or less. ���������  HARRY LLOID DONAHAUE.  Date. January 2, 1913. Mar.' 22--May 17  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTBICT   OP   COAST���������BANOE   HI.  Take Notice that Walter Gutteridge,  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at nrie  post 4S on the 53 parallel of latitude,  thence south eighty chains, thence east  sixty chains, thence north eighty chains,  thence west sixty chains to point of  commencement, containing 48o acres,  more or less.  WALTER GUTTERIDGE.  Date. January 2, IU13. Mar. 22--May 17  LAIR & CO  = VANCOUVER,  Wholesale  C.  ry  Manufacturers   of  Tents,  Shirts,   Tweed    Pants,   Overai  Knit  Sweater   Goods  and  The Famous "Pride of the West"  JACKETS  SOLD     BY     ALL     FIRST     CLASS     MERCHANTS  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 4.  Take   Notice   that   David   Kidd,   of  Vancouver,   B. C,  occupation laborer,  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTBICT   OP   COAST���������BAKOE   III.  Take Notice that I, Rebecca Crane,  of Vancouver, B.C., married woman,  intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described land:        l.'""-" ���������   --. --'    >��������� .   .  Commencing at a post planted about j intends to apply for permission to pur  20 chains west from the north-west cor-! ^c the fohowing described land:  ner of the north-west quarter of see-I     Commencing_at a post planted at mile  tion 22,  Township 8.  Range 3, thence ; P0Rt '18 '  North 20 chains, thence East 30 chains,  thence South 20 chains, thence West 30  chains to point of commencement, and  containing fiO acres more or less situated  in the vicinity of Firvale, (formerly of  Sloan) B. C." Bella Cnola Valley.  RF.RECCA  CRANE.  Date.  December 2,'.  l'.tl'J. FVl>. f-As.'l C.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN  Agent for and Owner of  FARM, TMBER LANDS AND WATER POWER  IN BELLA COOLA AND VICINITY  TEN ACRE FARMS A SPECIALITY  ^ After a residence of 30 years I have acquired  a thorough knowledge of the whole coast of  British Columbia, and can give reliable information of the different resources at almost any  point in this part of the province. All information strictly guaranteed.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN, Bella Coola, B. C.  IWeWantYourLand Notices |  Advertise in the Courier  V-XiT^  #5^  D.  |������������������o������KSHD-o-aK������-o-a5S><  >-ctb������><  )-������seb-<  >-em������-o<M������o-������fin*o-ass������-<>-aH������4  F YOU intend Building let us estimate the cost of Construction for you  3  ).m.  ilh       j  IV,        !  W1>BT������������  Wo supply MaterinU of nil Kind*       No extrn charge for  Plans und Specificr.tionn Satisfaction Guaranteed  iSi  o  !*.*������  .eeier & ao,  COI\TRACTORS AND BUILDERS  BELLA COOLA        British Columbia  O  CL1V111������1      (������ %.     U     [VVU w    >'>*>���������.������->.>-.   .-_   .   .>n the 53rd jarallel of latitude,  theiiCo north forty chains, thence east  fortj* chaina, thence south forty chains,  thence west forty chains to point of  commencement, containing 160 acres, :  j more or less. i  j DAVID KIDD.     ;  i Date. J.imiAi-y '3. 191 I. M.ir. 2J--Muy 17 '  i  ._  .    ;  | VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  !    DIST3ICT   OP   COAST���������RANOB   III.  Take Notice  that John   Walker,   of ���������  Vancouver,   B. C, occupation laborer, '  intends to apply for permission to pur- s,  i chaise the following described land: j  j    Commencing at a post planted at the j  | north-east  corner  of  Lot 075,   thence  ; north eighty chains, thence \ve.;l eighty ;  ! chains,    thence   south    eighty    chains,  ��������� thence east   eighty   chains,   containing  (Mo acres, more or less.  I JOHN WALKER.     !  ! Dntp. J'intinry 3, 11)13. iMtir. 'J2���������Miiy 1c' |  'VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT;!  I |    DISTRICT   Or   COAST���������BANOE   III.  . I    Take notice that Robert Campbell, of  I j Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, '  i intends to apply for permission to pur- !  , ! chase the following describeti laml:  I j     Commercing at a post, planted about  , live and three-quater miles s'oiilh  from  ,   mile post 44 on the f<Hrd p.arallel of lati-  !: tude, thence south eighty chains, thence  south eighty chains, thence west eighty  . ichains, Ihcncc north eighty chains,  j ��������� tlicnce east eighty chains to point, of  | e.-'inmenceii'ieni, containing (110 iicres,  ' ' more or less.  ROBKItT CAMPBK1.L.  Pntftl. Jnnii>:ry fi. l'JU. Mnr. "J'J--Mny 17  dy-^aayixmss-o-mi^-o-aeaa������-o-������BBS>-o-������KX >  c>-������Ka^O>^aBB-o-eaHiD-<0'-9acE>o-������SKttKO;^nB>K>-(aa������K>-CK^  T  amperSy  ^ lnVn  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  HAGENSBORG  12 P*iios fi-om Bella Coola and on Direct Route to the interior  6;<TJso-<)^aBK������<)������nr������<>-<^E������^<)-3������5ta><)-<a3H>( )<EB������>o-������Ma������Ka>-������ss������-o  l0>-aBB8������-O-<m��������� (O^aMP-O^tagKXCBBBKXgHB^Ol���������������o<  HHII >l������l>il   ���������������!   ��������� ' ��������������� I  Mw*wfi'" y- *%  It  BELLA COOLA COURIER  I      111       --,-       -J.^>.^-J.*.    T'lH    .f��������� ���������  N-jHj***'^*���������������*���������  Saturday, March 22 k   M  rer>������rM������a������^.flir~-������>'"'^^  le^ajffiairTiTirwfm^v"^^  1    LEADING   DEALERS   IN  >������>.  /fclfc  HOE  cz:  :ion  &  5  ens.  CMdr  acnes' an  ens  oes  <slE  nor:  hoe:  3l;3  ^  **?|c=|  HOE  31 C  HOE  a]&  Men's Suits, Shirts  and Underwear  IlOiZ  ii  'it,:  H  >J{������  non  =3S^  Pack and^ Riding Sadd!es  nrat���������"*������������������ --" ���������-^---���������-.������������������������������������^-^-^  TENTS  Camp, Heating and Cook Stoves  ���������J   f'  WECARRY ,i, LARGER STOCK  OF  FANCY   AND  STAPLE   GROCERIES AT LOWEST   PRICES  ���������y������  ettler^y Prospectors and Campers  Supplies  ���������*������������������ ������������������'."'  B.  BRYNILDSE  CO.  BELLA  COOLA  A  M������aiiccaH8B!fagaiHsaaBsat8gBsaKwa������fiHa<  &^������Sii^S33^aS������3^gg3^BESgSg^g������^^2������������������9^SS  \  YANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT : VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT   VANCOUVER LAND DISTRK  Late Bella  FIRST-CLASS ^ACCOMMODATION AND PROMPT SERVICE  rMi mrm r^������"?nrvT  Barber's Shop and. Baths .\ Building Newly Furnished Throughout  p������irwry^iM-Hfti������.tr-^i m-r������ Tim uTrm^^ef^smfcij  gi utamaiwra  ���������   HOME COOKING; First-eiass help only employed    ;'������������������"  BAGGAGE STORED FREE OF CHARGE, SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ENQUIRIES BY MAIL  FEED   STABLE   IN   CONNECTION  2JIBTEICT   OP   COAST���������BASTGE   lit  DISTRICT   OF  COAST -RA.KQB  !    DISTRICT   Or   COA3T���������3A.NOB   III.  'Take Notice that Robert Williams, of |     Take Notice  that Alfred   Lewis,  of      Taki: Notice that J;ci :-.:  Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter,   Vancouver, B. C, occupation machinist,   Vancouver, B. C, occii| .:!>  intends    to    apply   for   perm a.siou to j intends to apply for perrnuision to pur-, intends to apply for \*:;:r,t-<\������'.; u ;;  purchase the fo lowing- described lands: j chase the following described land: I chaac' the following di-M-; :i.������v. is:-i  Commencing at a post planted at the! Commencing at a poat j.Ian ted about { Commeneinpc at a jxjb; j L.:-!*.: i..  south-east corner of Lot 675, thence j aix milea south from mile post -In on the | north-east corner of !.���������'. -T;. :.v  South forty chains, thence we������������t eighty j 53rd parallel of latitude, thence south ' aouth eighty chaina, thcr. ���������< no-'..-,-  chaina, thence north forty chains, thence- eighty chains, thence west eighty chaina.' j chaina,    thence-   north   .���������:������;!.ty ������������������������������������-������������������  thence north eighty chainB, tnence east!thenee wt-Bt eighty chair - i<- ]<.:���������'���������  eighty  chains   to  point of   commei.ee- j commencement, eonipriMiK  ���������������������������;   ��������� ,  ment, containing G40 acres, more or lean. j more or. less.  ALFRED LEWIS.     I JAMKS r.llYA.v";  Date. January 6. 1913. M������r.'aJ-Mny 17 I ������ntu- January *��������� 1913. v'"'-vl\.  east eighty chains to point of commencement, containing320 acres, moreor less.  ROBERT WILLIAMS.  Date, January 4..1913. .' -Mar. 22-May 17  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   III.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OP   COAST��������� KANHE   ITI.  j VANCOUVER LAND DISTB3S  Take Notice that Smith Johnson, of  Vancouver,  B. C, occupation engineer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  commencing at a post planted about six ! chane the following described land:  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������BANOE Kf=  Takk Notice that I, Mark 'kM  Take  Notice   that James   Paieraon,  of Vancouver, B. C. occupation laborer, :.r.    .       e ...      ,      ,,   *     ,, .i   - -  intends to apply for permission to purl j ���������a���������"-������f Atna.rko- .U,PPV.' !llii,V  - '���������' --       - -       ,/       j occupation rancher, intent! w> ���������*'/,':  miles Bouth from'mile* post 45 on  the |    Commencing at a poHt planted at the  53rd  parallel of latitude, thenee south j north-east corner of   Lot   675,   thence  ; eighty chains, thenco east eighty chains,   north nixty' chains, thence east, eighty  thehce north eighty chains thence west  J eighty chains to point of commencement,  containing 640 acres, more or less.  SMITH JOHNSON.  Date. January 6. 1813. Mur. Zi-May 17  permission to  purchase   th������  described land:  Commencing at a post plai,ieo������:'  north-east corner of H. l/arrist'f:'������.i  emption claim, thence South'AH-''  thence East 160 chains, then-.-e >���������  20 chains, thence West Iflj 'f-1  to point of commencement, const:"  Advertise in the Courier  chains, thence south f������i*ty chains, thence  west eighty chairm to point of commencement, containing 480 acres, more  or les������.  JAMES PATERSON.     , wn- ,        .     ,    . .  n .    i \ ,..,-, ^    .,, ������    .-i32" acres, more or less, in the  \l  Date. January i. UR^        ^ ^    Mar. ^-May 1, | k���������own ^ ^ gugar ^^   (y. thf ,>  ,i~":"rr.i.r''r~:r7.^^'"...;.-.::r.:.:..:.-::..:zrr.:::. \ Slide Old Government Trail, L'ih"'^  . I Coola.  Prince of Wales to Visit  9 Fm$rt������t������r  eff-?-<wx"'s������~> <t9 ><"%*r> ev- <ti <���������������������  MnUMMM  V^MUKMOI  i'iwi   ���������tvitmnmm  vss^x^sesgssiismcss3ssses������ar^^  TWJIT  GROWERS  l!" you arc planning an Orchard  ?  Germany  London, March 17   '  of Wales will leave London today  The Prince  MARK WALTKK MARV!>  litxlo. lnt March, 1913. M������r -'��������� ki  weeks.    He will be []���������>������������������ &'���������**  a    for Germany,    His object is to: the King and Queen  ������ | study the  language  for a   few berg.  Wi:  KKMKMHIiK  i. The Capital City  I Nursery Ciirapaiiy,  SALEM, OKR.  Is the lianm-r Nursery of tho  P  iciiic (.oast  W������   GUA������ANf������E   OllH   STOCK  True to name  drafted   from   H.-lectcd   stock-  on three year roots  Free from Insect Penis or  disease  Non-irrigated       Acclimatized  And every tree Krown  in the  celebrat.;d WillamutUi  Valley,  Lhe   acknov/ledjjed    home    of.  nursery stock of the world.  Wo deliver to your neatosi rail-  way ntatiaii at tho prices <|iiO������������ t)  wEilcli Intiiuiiii'i tho trclahi, ilti'.y  and iiisis������<5li������n.  Yon  should  ani  jiifit. ,'-,(���������(��������� our  On-ainelals  Rouen  ere s a j  Difference  in  the Price! I  AND A BIG Dl^PKRBNCJK, but there's no pniHj^  diiTerence in the value and efficiency of those ('}i/l'"*  Soni' wi,-re damauvd in transit, some are simply "���������,:"il  soiled'" and :-ome have bet?n out on hire a few !l':;r'  only, but all arc offered at P.1G REDUCTIONS. 1 ' "���������  know your requirements and  we will send parlies l!'s  DOM'T FORGET That the expenditure of $10 c.h h  at PJ'inJ&y'a anUtitou you to n tfekot which wi"  nhr.rc in tho dtnwitlff of a $1,500 ^OverlnncJ" Aiit-'-  ������&><Jp  J. N. Kendal, VS'',a  P. O. Hox SOI Aircul  Vancouver, Ff. C.  :ui  tUU*t2vicroRiArB.c.  SS������%MVS\SS g^NSs HhJSXg  V


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