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 rch 22  r5]f?;  >ves  CES  -A  [D Disn:  r-RA.KQB   Z  :r.i\:^ Hr-.n-  I..-.  >>"    ���������  ��������� ���������uji.ty  iiUH Ii' '���������  rD DISTL  c���������banoe:  I,  Mari *������  end !'.> '^l  O    tla:    !    I*  Jt nlai,in.������  . l/arriso >  South LM.'i  i, thcn-.-i ^  it WJ ir.i  nent, const:"  , in the i'M  np, on the >>  mil, l.'pptf^  ���������:k marv!>  Mar   A   H-  Hi'- kr:'<^  ii a! V* '.ir'.t-'  >?s a j  ence  rice i  r;n:!i'"il  C\cii'H.  ii-i.i.i!  will  ii 1 >:>.  iSpff  ���������>_7V    } ?  Do it Now!  ivertise in the Courier  -���������."^^j.--   tp^Ti ��������� fc ���������ir7-a=F^i  ���������*���������i-=i���������ir= =^=^ 4   l^jTrTT   I imS  WEATHER   REPORT  Compiled  by Mr. C. H. Urseth, of the  Hagensborg Observatory.  Temperature for the month of February,  maximum, 3������. 10, minimum. 'MA'/.    Kan. iv  same period, 2.46; Snow, 2.75.  VOL>l>-NO. 28  BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 29,  I9i3.  $1.00 a Year  N.������reaty with Japan fALL  OF  itmBk, Mard, 27.-Under the 1, ADRIANOPLE  *,  evascate  bio and ledianna  Jottings of Bella Coola and District  The mail steamer Camosun arrived here at neon.on Saturday  HOCKEY���������  Belia Coola v. ^Hagensborg.  ,"new'treaty with Japan, the Can-j  'adiaVgovernment is allowed ful-! Turkish Commander Commits Suicide]  ler control of Japanese immigra-j  -������������������ I  tioh." ,'< |       End of War at Hand        Thousands LoSC Theif LWeS Appalling Scenes' blWin������ a large;number of pas- j    Local hockey enthusiasts were  - ���������"-���������-= |    LondonjMarc];27i_._TheCity! :-  jaengers for this  port,  included j treated  to a fine display when  jofAdrianople has fallen into the I F^e   T!lGlISail(l LeVee Oil Wabash \TTr ^ ������*' ^ !^e teams .^-^^ 24'  r������       n  11     n     1     ,      >   '* ��������� ��������� ' ,.-   w    ��������� ti     * 1VC    1 liUU������������UlU , Mrs. F. Cavanagh, Mrs. Edwards, s The ice was in splendid condition  :������ ,   For Bella Coola;handset theaihed forces,  ihe; ������������������ River Breaks  ' .'\'-      ��������� j beleagured garrison was in sore ; K6pGFl6������t   U&&.W. -; .���������   The''Provincial ��������� Government-s ��������� distress  and  could not possibly: j    Peru, Indianna, March 26.���������A  Goyerment Buildings  The  Mrs.  Hill,  Messrs R.  Edwards, j anc[ facilitated fast play.  | C. Lacy, R. A. Teebay, A. Thomp-! teams lined up as follows: .  Tnun MiumnrR f,������,mn,   nun nnrn > ' son>    H.    Bert,   J.  Moore   and   F. I Bella Coo'a Hagenslcrg  j FOUR HUNDRED SCHOOL CHILDREN ; terrible   calamity   overtook  the j AnderBOn j McDonald goal......... Mac.kay  ���������Bella Coola include the construe-1    Shukri   Pasha,   Turkish  Com-j       -    MEET WATERY GRAVE      ..     I city when the levee on the Wa-!   " erS������n'��������� iGSn^E/i^.^^^int/.V/.Schuktid  , tion "of-*a Court House.and Jail, imander in chief committed sui-! -'���������- .' ;,    u T>-     -i    ,       -^    , i1   The list of outgoing passengers |Gr^,C. F. .^rover     f*^%  w.V"-"- , n���������,,;���������n   nhin   M*mV.9fi~  Tf ic ' bash. River broke Without warn- i        ,    ,    ,   ,, ���������    r,    n ^     i Keeping right wmg baugftad  rJ;besades several large warehouses cide  following the   fall  of the!    uajton, unio, Marcn zu.    it is. 'included Messrs G. K. Burnett, ; Clayton,-. centre Oves&n  plans for. this   year   regarding; have held out longer.  ^ogfeaccommodation 'of- tools,; city, rather than surrender him-.! reported that'the number of dead |ing poaring torrents  of  water | B* c L; s>   H   Garrett and  HJ  Livelton left wing.  .Davidson  "Al&ffl  WeaWetc., to be used in connec- self to the Allies,  the extensive works to:^^���������-^--^--^- -   -  The game was evenly contested  throughout, the first moiety nei-  Resmential Section  /4,S3i^Beinff Subdivided  '  ^j* i'w*!������!^i������V���������  -  --���������          ������������������  'V"*#fe)arty  of  surveyors  under  City of Sofia in  Hands of Bulgarians  Turks Fire City Before Retiring  in   this   city   amounts   to   five i into the city.    Many persons are : Ramsay  thousand. !reported trapped in their homes. ;    ,,     -&A    ,���������,  ���������������������������^w,^o^,-^ v.^^' , ,    ,  Th������^^i,v������in the TYiiHRt hf n"i !    Mrs. Edwards accompanied her; ther side beir]g able t0 ^d-re>  The cit, lies in the midst ol a Four   thousand    terror-stricken j son Mr> Ralph Edwards up to his : After the change of ends B^la  seething river three miles wide, i i _   j Alter uie cxidnge 01 enas ceiia  Sofia, March 27.���������The Turkish  forces have  retired  before the  JTfe&^-r " ',,..,  | victorious Bulgarians leaving the  at"preseht engaged uv subdivid-j        . .      '   .  -���������r4?**?^^ b & | citv in their hands.  i residential lots a tract j     * , . ,  i ��������� i    Beiore abandoning the city the  comprising about fifteen [,  The large reservoir has broken  and fully thjrty thousand persons  are renderedhomeless. Four hundred children are known to be  I drowned.    To add to the horrors  <liSSW& Cokely, Be C. L. S., are |  ���������wss  $Jmm&���������'>llJli*ll'B ""^ "r^"!"Turks blew up all powder maga-  "alfelllying westof the Necleets-;  . .  "^^^ ,    ��������� zines and set fire to the city.  rcomTay River and adjoining the j   __ _. .^_. ���������   ^^"ned b, m, | WholeCity in Mourning  Chris. Carlsen, who recently left  Bella Coola after a residence of  seventeen years.  persons spent the night huddled j ranch.in the Upper Valley.  (in the public square.    An order!  i  for two hundred coffins has been !  sent out.  Arthur Moore, telephone opera-  of  the  situation,   terrible   fires tor, is isolated in the top floor of  Mrs. R. Hill comes to join her  husband who is so well-known as  Coola showed their superiority  C. F. Grant scoring easily after  a fine combined effort.    This re-  , , , ,_,    ; verse seemed to have a demora-  the genial head net-man at the;     .        .  ���������  lizmg eftect on the Hagensborg  Bella Coola Cannery.  Fifty-Two Funsrals in a Single Day  have broken out which the fire-  department are unable to reach  through the flooded streets.  Offices, hotels, business places,  the school building and all places  of refuge are submerged to a  depth of thirteen feet. Electric  plants are destroyed and the city  is in total darkness, this coupled  a down-town building and after  working all night by candle light  was reached by telephone from  another part of city. Little hope  of reaching him is entertained.  The suffering from cold is intense. Relief trains can only get  within three, miles of city, and  all wires are down.  Omaha, March 27. -The whole with a terrific downpour of rain  ���������=������������������"-     ~"~" '-���������'���������-:       "  ~:    j city is in mourning and has given ! adds to the terror of the night.  Dry Dock for VanCOUVer l itself over to the funeral of those I    There exists imminent danger  ! killed   in   last   Sunday's   awful'. of famine as most of the supply  Vancouver, March 27. ���������A dry j cyclone. land grocery houses are situated  dock is now assured and it is ex-!    xiie  funerals  of fifty-two  of! in the submerged district.   Three  pected that  actual construction j tne victims took place today.    A j thousand homeless  persons are j  ���������n , ���������������  .,,, qoi-Iv ri.iffJ !  i r i ���������       Jko;,-,o-   cV^n-ovori   in    ihp   r^ch'^'6 hurrying from Cleveland to  will commence at an eaily elate, shortage  of  hearses occasioned; being   sneiteied   in    tne   L-asn ���������*    *>  A.representative  of  the  Royal  the utilizing of numbers of pri- Registry offices.  Mr. P. J. Kenyon has left for  his ranch in the Upper Valley,  where he intends residingduring  the greater part of the summer.  Public works have commenced.  Foreman Draney and his gang  are busily engaged in getting out  piles for the much needed repairs on the wharf.  Take Refuge in Tree Tops  Delaware, Ohio, March 26.���������  Seventy-five1 persons are known  to be drowned. Life saving crews'  A great deal of money will be  spent this year on roads and  bridges and the only question  agitating the minds of those in  authority is the probable scarcity  of labor.  ;Mail'Steamship Line urges the vate vehicles,  'early,provision of adequate facilities ^foxjarge vessels.  Huge Reservoir Breaks  To?>F������ce Charge of Stealing  .. ,   Jv^. Auto  New?Westminst������.-r. March 27���������  National Guard   Called  Out  Columbus,  Ohio,  March 26.--  The occurrence is described as  Lima,  Ohio,   March  27.--The! the worst calamity that has ever  banks of  the Grand Reservoir, ' befallen the State,  two hundred and fifty miles south1    The Cincinnati company sent  of hero, the largestartificial body  d es pa tc lies to-Hamilton and  the rescue of those entrapped.  When darkness gathered crowds  of weeping women and children  lined the banks of the river waving handkerchiefs to loved ones  marooned in houses and tree tops.  All efforts to save six  persons  players who were never really  dangerous throughout the."remainder of the game. Bella  Coola continued to press ,and  goals followed from Ke^ping.and  Clayton", the final result being a  well deserved win for Bella Coola  by 3 l?oals to n il. "'  Max Heckman, the well-known  and successful rancher of the  Upper Valley, is visiting town  for a few davs.  To cut out the Canyon Bridge  Ocean Falls  S. S. Coquitlam discharged a  large consignment of machinery  at this port on Friday last.     v  The various.logging camps operated by the Ocean Falls Company are expected to be in oper-  The settlers above Nootsatsum  will  welcome the news that a  ,        .        . .   ,: ation in about one week's time,  government engineer is expected, ^  ,     Ll        ,         j  ,    ..     .,, .    , ���������! The Companv's several steamers  shortly, whose duty it will be to1 *    ~          .-.?.:  i.  i-L     -D ii     n   i     r>--"    : and power-boats have been busilv  inspect the   Bella   Coola  River;        y       _      ... ���������-  J,. MacNamara has het-n brought  here from  Mow  York to  stand ()j. waUM. jn Uu, w01.ld) brok(? at Midd|eton in Niami Valley from i v������Ves failed  , xt    ,.   *. j      i    4- ���������: engaged in distributing' Logg-ers  iabove Nootsatsum and select a;     & 6 6     *s*r  \  ,L    , u -j during last week. ,. ;���������  : site for a new bridge.  ! clinging to a tree, by means of \    The ^. road win neeessariiy:    The Company have declded;to  trial for the stoaiing of an auto- 9;2(J Lhis moniil|^ .which   places   distress    signals! _-^~~  mobile on   the  morning of the      A Hash signal of distress sent were sent out shortly after noon. [ President AppeSlS TOT  from the oil pumping station situ-      The Governor of the State has ;  aU-d a quarter of a mile from the issued orders calling out the en-!  Bank of Montreal robbery.  wid?  eer Oies on  aiH    bulkhead of the reservoir adekd  tiro   Ohio   National   Guard   for!    Washington, March 27.���������Presi  | be made on the north side of the \ open a large store at South Ben-  | river, thus cutting out the Can-; tick Arm in order to better meet  jyon bridge and shortening the i the  requirements of   their  nu-  Aid tf) StrirkPn  Qfafpo ' distance considerably. merous employees.  1        -"notices   -:       'i  A wharf will alscbeccr.structcd  Moose Jaw, March 2(5. Benjamin Smith a pioneer settlor since  1833 expired on C. P. R. train  while eating breakfast. The deceased was on his way to California.  can le  life  tell no n.oiL    must urn for dutv in the stricken districts.  Naples, March 27.    Mount Vesuvius  is  belching forth  clouds  =���������----   - "   :of smoke   and   ashes.      Several  Conservatives Getting Ready ; earthquake shocks have occurred  ), lv ,,��������� ; and a state of alarm exists.  ount Vesuvius Active'Train Goes T!irough  Bridge to Destruction  dent Wilson has issued a stirring j ^ivine Service will be held in ! A large shipment of timber ex-  appeal for aid to the stricken ! the Mackenzie School on Sunday ceeding two million feet will be  States, and expresses the deter-j afternoon at 3 p.m., preceded by : shipped to the East next we*k.  school   for children   at  initiation to personally visit the' Sunday  devasted areas. j 2 P- ni.  TWO HUNDRED LIVES LOST  Grafton, West Virginia, March  &0>ito, March 27    It is staled  on goord authority that word has  gone forth  to the Conservative  rganizers   to  jcet   ready   foi-  a  general election.  Work on the new dam at-the    outlet of Link Lake is proeeed-  _   "  u    ".."I    A Concert and   Basket Social jng apace.    The necessary blast-  IllSUrgeRtS Lose Heavily | Wi!l beheld, under the auspices ing operations  are   nearing an        " I of the Bella Coola Development enj)   anci  ;t  expected that the  Mexico City. March 27,- After! ^^ at the Mackenzie School  eoncrete foundation will be com-  ON FRIDAY, APRIL 14.        menced in two weeks time.  Saskatoon March 27.  Noil hern   Railway   Co.   officials  state that the line to the Pacific  coast will be in operation in 19M  The pulp mill is not at present  Jlroet  BX  GREAT'BRITAIN WILL BUILD TWO  20.    A niL-ssage has been received a slight  cessation   fighting has!  to   the  effect   that a  commuter been resumed along the border  n       i-                  ���������                         i   /m ���������     i        -.i    ���������              i     ���������           c         i! Chair will  be taken at 8 p.m.  Canadian  t,.ajn   from   Cleveland,  Ohio,  to with  increased   vigor.     Several, i    ���������    ���������        r     .,     ��������� ��������� ���������      '   ���������*  Cincinnati, has broken through a sharp  engagements   have   been  I)romp '  #   '1l.mi.SS,������n'I,.'',   ^_...'..!: in operation owing to it having  bi-idge.      All on  board  number-  fought  in  which   the insurgent  ing some  two hundred  persons  troops have lost heavily.  are apparently lost.  Tickets may  Children half price.    -���������^ been   found   necessary  to make  be had from the secretary or any ; ^ aUeration and adjustment8  'fei"-?,i?  SHIPS TO GERMANY'S ONE  ^fLondon, March 27. Durine a s|������e������'cli yesterday, lit. Hon.  Wltiston Churchill, nia.le a statement to the < IV* ct that Gnat  Britain was fully prepared, if necessary, to build luo warships to every one laid down by Germany.  '"'��������������������������� u  member of   the executive coin-  to   the   machinery.     The  store-  ;'- Pope's Health Improved     j mittee. . | housed however, contain a sup-  Lord Wolseley Dead M u-h ^(5 - The To m-'s'    Bella Coola Development League   ! ply suflicient to meet immediate  L'oudon, March 2(5    Field Mar- health has so steadily improved^     A  meeting  of   the   Exmitive^ni^ls.     Viscount Wolselev, the vet-  that he will personally celebrate  Committee of the above League!    The saw mill is at present only  ud-  hh'-h  mass and  give   holv   com-  will  be  held  at  Rolston  & Cab; working one quarter its lull ca-  ofhees   on   Monday.   31st pacity,  there is however still a  sha  eran of many campaigns inc  ing   the   Riel    l-ebellion   expiret  today in France.  1  niunion   to   his   sisters  and   the, nans  members of the papal household,   inst., at 7:30 p. m.  large supply of lumber on hand.  \  ^���������j;;.  w, *s?S
Saturday,  March 29
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' SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1913.
A Well Devised Plan
������    The Provincial Government is
evidently "alive to the fact that
��� ��� Bella -Cdola-is on the' verge.of
��� ��� great developments, and'thatthe
- time has'&r'nvecf whenitis necessary for the people to have better
.'m4ans of getting from one^par-t
, to -another  than by the. Indian
,��� ��� .        \" *
- (. canqe. ���....-.:
_ The VGourter'' is in formed that
,. s it- is the intention'of the'govern-
��� tti'isrft'xo" construct a traffic bridge
"ac'TOS^ the Bella Coola.River, cori-
'-   hectiiig ihe present town with a'
magnificent tract of land/already
- .subdivided--jnto town  lots and
fpnhingL part of the extensive
^holdings of the:Pacific &'Hudson
Bay Railroad Company.'
o    o    o    o.   o
That there are,at present but
.,   few people; living on .the south
side of "the river* does hot detract
from the mei;its. of the scheme
one iota. ���
: The "property on that side will,
in Vil probability^be ..placed on
the market; and what resident
'��� ��� df -Ball^'-'Cobla is'~so lacking in
: '.''faith' as' to doubt that it will be
"quickly . snapped   up :by enter-
t.   prising,business men: .anxious to
._ .get.in .on .the ground floor1.
..��� .'���Befor'e the'business man can
reasonably be' expected' to buy
.  and build, he certainly must be
..���-given ordinary facilities for gett-
'. ��������������� ing around-; and with us,' ordinary.
���  facilities include roads and bridges, but not Indian .canoes.
' ' 6      4      0      O      O
^Wh]}e ..strictly.in favor of the
Mj proposed construction of another
bridge ���.���across:, the .Bella .Coola
.River, the Courier cannot let the
'occasion p.ass,wjthout earnestly
..expressing;,the -hope that every
.care, will-be; taken to make this
..bridge a.credit-to the place.
water, must not be forgotten.
Were it likely that the building
of the proposed bridge .would in
anyway jeopardize the chances
of the settlers in the Upper Valley of getting their rightful share
of the appropriation for roads,
then would the 'Courier' oppose
the scheme as "not being in the
best, interests of the district, and
anything but a squaredeal to the
aforementioned settlers.
This, however, we consider impossible, as ,the money allotted
for the building of the bridge,
has been granted for that purpose and for that purpose alone.
O   '   O  ���'���'   O "   O   '   o
The 'Courier' is out for develop-
ment of the whole of Bella Coola
Valley, and disfavors, any atr
tempt at discrimination.
There are numerous settlers in
the vicinity of Atnarko who have
been for years anxiously awaiting
ordinary facilities for getting to
and from town with their household necessities and implements
absolutely necessary in order to
faithfully fulfill the requirements
of the Land Act as regards the
pre-emption, (we also, exclude
the pack-trail from the category
of ��� ordinary' facilities).
o .   o     o.   o     o
.The' time ,is past when any
sane-minded   person,   having a
What the contribution of $35,-
000,000 sent to England instead
of the Laurier policy of a Canadian built navy means to the
working man was clearly set
forth by Mr. F. F. Pardee during
the naval debate, as follows:^
Hon. gentlemen opposite say
that they propose to send to Great
Britain $35,000,000, a large sum.
What does it mean?   If sir, my
information is correct, seventy,
per cent, of that $35,000,000���
that is, $24,500,000���will go into
the pockets of wage-earners. If
that goes .into the pockets of
workingmen, surely it is going
to benefit practically every other
class of, the community, and,
above and beyond all���a solace to
the- hon. gentlemen opposite���
surely with' that great band of
industrial workers built up, their
home market will be better than
it Has ever been before. Then 1
ask you,-Sir, why in Heaven's
name we should here as a Parliament take upon ourselves the
right to send out of the Dominion
the huge sum of $35,000,000 in
order that .the people of other
countries may benefit by it, and
not the artisans, the farmers and
every other class in the Dominion
of Canada. . It is absolutely vun-
Canadian, both from the monetary standpoint and from the fact
that the minute this Parliament
One of the most serious charges directed against any civilized
country in recent years is, alas,
made against the Dominion of
Canada by its sister British nation, the Commonwealth of Australia. " The charge made against
Canada by Australia is that of
having broken what is tantamount to treaty obligation. It is
on a' par with the British complaint against the United States
of a violation of the Hay-Paunce-
iote treaty governing -the control of the Panama Canal.���Re-
gina Leader.
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���^S^.SSSS*: Vancouver, B. C,
knowledge of the conditions, can j votes that moneV( it publishes to
be expected to admit that a pack-; the world that "Canada, forsooth,
trail is sufficient to the require-; iU contribute to the fleet of the
ments of these settlers, j British Empire: but that she has
not to-day  the  brains, the're-
The   'Courier'  is  gratified to! , . ,     .    ,
.   ��� ' sources, nor, above and beyond
learn, however, that a substan-    ��� . .     ��� _   .    ,        ',��� j
all, the iaith in herself to say:
tial sum has been allotted to the We shaU gpend that mQne^ but
extension of the wagon-road into | we sha]1 gpend -.fc wkhin the pre_
the Atnarko district,  and trust j ^^ of QUr QWn -country>     ..
that the work accomplished this j ; ,___
summer will-.-do  much towards!    T��� TT       _     ���    _  ���
"    '     If Hon.-George E. Foster even
allaying the righteous indignation!   ..   .    .       ,. -..-.,.
; so much as hints an opinion that
of. these worthy people.
 | the Australians are incapable of
Have you-joined the Bella Coola I building up a navy we fear we
Development League? If not, I will never see our eloquent minis-
why not? ' This means you. i ter again.
It is said that the naval policy
of the government, so far as it is
disclosed in the naval bill, means
an ultimate reversion- tathe old
love of centralization which was
at the back of the hostility to self-
government many years ago.
You cannot raise, the old issue
in the old way; but it does seem
as though the old idea persists in
some quarters where it should
.have been eradicated. I have
met men who could no more conceive the propriety of having
several navies within one Empire,
leaving open the question of ultimate control, thati they could
{suppose a man with several noses
on his face. But if they had been
in politics seventy years ago they
would have vowed you could not
have a collection of legislatures
scattered around the globe, each
passing its own laws, about commercial taxation, for instance,
and still keep the Empire in being. The last protest made from
England against Canada passing
her own fiscal legislation, affecting the imports of British manufactured goods, was as late as
But the Empire has survived
and grown in political glory, in
spite of the wisdom of those who
never really understood the blessings of freedom, and were afraid
of self-government. Canada has
falsified every prediction of those
who believed in colonial dependence and subordination, and who
could not apprehend that a Briton !
in America  could "be no less a I
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McMULLIN,  DISTBICT   Or   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Takic Notice that Helene Minso's,  of Vancouver, B. C., occupation married  woman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at  the south-east corner, near the Island  in the Saloomt River, and about three-  quarters of a mile, more or less, northwest of Lot 154, thence West 40 chains,  thence North 4p chains, thence East 40  chains, thence South 40 chains to point  of commencement, containing 160 acres.  HELENE MINSOS,  Date, B. F. JACOBSEN. Agent  January, 28th, 1913. Feb. 8--Ap'l 5.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  Registrar of Voters for the Skeena Electoral District.  'EI!  r  fWrite/fpr Price List or make shipment afconce. 1 f requested, will hold ^  ''shipment separate subject to ap- j  'proval.%-,If my valuation is not satis- j  factory, will return furs. No com- \  'mission charged. 1 pay all express \  charges and refund postage if sent  by maili '<���������  r-  FJRANK  R/IASSSN  1 BRANDON      -    -      MANSTOBA  fcK-^  HOUSES AND LAND TO RENT  A House and Six Acres of Land for  Rent, in, Bella Coola, B. C.    $10 per  montti^ payable every six months in  advance.  No agents.  Apply to owner,  * S/GLEDIIILL, Hagensborg, B.C.  -O^r^Ir^  " ��������� I-,��������� '. _���������~1~- ~ -���������  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS  COAI. MINING HJCH'IS of the- Dominion, in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  tbf Y UKON 'I KHKITOHV, Die NOKTH-WEfaT 'I F.IIUI-  TOKIKS iitid in u ixjrtion ol Uiv PkOViNCB of  Bitrnsii Columbia, may Le leuatd lor n term of  twenty-one years ut an unnua! rental of 51 an  acre. Not tnoru tlian 2,0W acres will be leased  to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made by the  applicant in person to the A������ent or Sub-Agent,  of the district in which the riftlila appl.ed for  are atuated.  In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, orie������.Vi subdivisions of sections, and in unaurveyed terr.tory the tract up-  BISTBICT   OP   COAST���������BANOB   III.  Take Notice that Edward Le Comje  Grant, of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation  farmer, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing ut. a post planted about  twenty chains distant and in an easterly  direction from the north-west corner of  pre-emption   No. 3082,  situate  on   the  Atnarko  River.     Thence  south   fortyi  chains,    thence   east   twenty    chains, j  thence north forty chains, thence west j  twenty chains to point of  commence- i  ment, containing80 acres. I  EDWARD LE COQUE GRANT,     j  Date. March 1, 1913. Mar. 22--May 17 j  ; VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  ESTABLISHED   1864  30E  non  non  [^���������-I^r���������5J  EISTBICT   OP   COAST���������BA.NGE   III.  Take notice that John Smith, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation carpenter, intends  to apply for permission to pur-  Dry Goods      Boots and  Q  Hard1  G  araware  rocenes & General Merchandis  e  4  HOE  HOC  -j.^_i  JOlZZZDi  plied  for shall be staked out by the applicant   j chase the following described  land:  , >#4&|feBUSINESS CARDS  J.MWV  *yH*-J  I 4     "  >H  ^LjMHllSurvoys and Sub-Divisions  'MAty K. Burnett  ?7^P*ICIVIL ENGINEER and  $8jWb������c. land.surveyor  .������rairdiVlew  ?""iHotel  Bella Coola, B. C.  aw.  iiimaeif.  Each application must be accompanied by a  fee of $5 which will be ifTunded if the rights  applied for are not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating- the mine shall furnish  the Ajrent with sworn returns accounting for the  full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay  the royalty thereon. If the coal rnininfr riRhta  are not beinff operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The, lease will include the coal mining rights  only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever ava lable surface r.chts may be  considered necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of Slu.uO an acre.  For full information application ahould be  made to the Secretary of the Department of the  interior, Ottawa, or to tny Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  ,W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. R.���������Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be pa.d for.���������30690.  i   Wt**SMK?iHrH  J\l, Claims  Shu  ' Sub-Dioisions,  &c.  Underground  aXimih Suroeying  ���������All kinds of Engineering Work  llfEAUCHAMP and M.P.McDONALD  B. C. Land Surveyor -   Civil Engineers  BELLA COOLA, B. C.  Commencing at. a post planted at mile I  post 49 on the 53rd parallel of latitude, j  thence South eighty chains, thence West |  eighty chains, thence North eighty \  chains, thence East eighty chains to j  point of commencement, containing 640 j  acres more or less. ;  JOHN SxMITH.  Date. January 2. 1913. Mar. 22~May 17  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  J. A. LEROY PhoneScy. 9387 J- NATION  BUS  MEETS ALU BOATS AND TRAINS  Hotel Winters  COR. ABBOTT AND WATER STREETS  VANCOUVER, B. C.  EUROPEAN   PLAN   Hot and Cold Water  51.00 TO  $2.50      STEAM   HEATED  ROOMS WITH BATH  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������BANOE   III.  Take Notice that I, Frank Broughton  of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation provincial constable, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  south-west corner of Lot No. 452,  marked F. B. north-east corner/thence  West 40 chains, thence South 20 chains,  thence East 40 chains, thence North 20  chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres more or less.  FRANK BROUGHTON.  Date. January 31. 1913. Feb. S-Ap'l 5.  DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 4.  Take notice that William Wilson  Crichton, of Vancouver, B.C., oocupa-  tion carpenter, intends to apply for per-  misiion to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at mile  post 48 on the 53rd parallel of latitude,  thence north eighty chains, thence west  eighty chains, thence south eighty  chains, thence east eighty chains to  point of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less.  WILLIAM WILSON CRICHTON.  Date. January 2. 1913. Mar. 22--May 17  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD  Surveyors', Loggers' and Pack-train  Supplies a Speciality  mrmromitJfcmmH^^  r  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  In  s>%  Nni||������p_First-class Watch Repairs  \ t+^N* done at reasonable prices.  ^\i%H������work guaranteed and postal  Charge*'paid. Address all work to  Rf&llNOOT, 1353 Merritt Street  &$   VICTORIA, B. C.  i VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT j  I    DISTBICT   OP   COAST���������SANGE   III.  1     Take Notice that I, Rebecca Crane,  : of Vancouver,  B.C., married  woman,  intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described land:  Commencing at a post planted about  20 chains west from the north-west corner of the north-west quarter of section 22, Township 8, Range 3, thence  North 20 chains, thence East 30 chains,  thence South 20 chains, thence West 30  chains to point of commencement, and  containing 60 acres moi'e or less situated  in the vicinity of Firvale, (formerly of  Sloan) B.C., Bella Coola Valley.  REBECCA CRANE.  Date. December 23. 1912. Feb. 8--Ap'l 5.  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������BANQE   III.  Take Notice that Harry Lloid Donahue, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  wireman helper, intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following  described land:  Commencing at a post planted at mile j  post 48 on the 53rd parallel of latitude, ;  thence south eighty chains, thence west j  sixty chains, thence north eighty 1  chains, thence east sixty chains, to j  point of commencement, containing 48o \  acres, more or less.  HARRY LLOID DONAHAUE.  Date. January 2. 1913. Mar. 22-May 17  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  MACKAY SMITH, BLAIR & CO. L  VANCOUVER. B.C.������������������  ;i  Wholesale  fVien's Furnishings and Dry  er  1.  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������BANGE   III.  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 mie  post 48 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, 1913. Mar. 22-May 17  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  1 VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT I  ZZ~Z7~    ���������������������������        j    DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 4.  j    DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������BANG-E   III.    j     Take    Notice    that   David   Kidd)    0f  i Take Notice that Annie Phillips, of I Vancouver, B.C., occupation laborer,  Pewsey, Wilts., England, occupation ! intends to apply for permission to pur-  married woman,   intends  to apply  for i chase the following described land:  ; permission   to  purchase the following <    Commencing at a post planted at mile  described land: ! post 4S on the 53rd parallel of latitude,  'Commencing at a nost planted about! thence north   forty chains, thence east  i eleven chains distant'and in an easterly ��������� forty chains, thence south forty ehuins,  Manufacturers   of   Shirts,   Tweed ' Pants,   Overalls^  Tents,   Hand  Knit  Sweater  Goods  and  The Famous "Pride of the West**  OVERALLS   AND- JACKETS  V  SOLD     BY     ALL     FiRST     CLASS     MERCHANTS  ,J  ffcf..***.- c7���������<������������������**,������h ���������nowiawFjwr-fcj -tfi t .-���������-������;  '*1  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN  Agent for and Owner of  FARM, TMBER LANDS AND WATER POWER  IN BELLA COOLA AND VICINITY  TEN ACRE FARMS A SPECIALITY  ^^l After a residence of 30 years I have acquired  a thorough  knowledge  of  the whole   coast  of  liable  infor-  British Columbia,  and  can  give  mation of the different resources  point in this part of the province.  tion strictly guaranteed.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN. Bella Coola, B. C  at almost any  All informa-  w-jn'*������nTw*m������Mi������i,u������*iiMVi will**iiw'.mcm wnnMiMw-o  ������J*l,*l'glil  Mkunrti* ���������"wtrrwni*  direction from the south-west corner of  Lot No. 26675, marked A. P's., N.-h..  corner, thence south twenty chains,  thence west twenty chains, thence north  wenty chains, thence east twenty chains  to point of commencement, containing  ���������10 acres, more or less.  ANNIE PHILLIPS,     j  Dnti'il. Miiroh 11. 1013.       JuiiN SI1AFKH. AK<-nl  Mur. 2D���������May \H     |  i  WeWantYourLand Notices |  Advertise in the Courier  >O-������mE>-()-������XSEO>()-������08S3>(    >-������SSB>-(    )  <  >-������a9E������K>-<xns������o-c3SB-o-asra������-o-������gas������-<i  ���������o-aaHr>-o-a?ES,i������-o-aaKS>-(   >-������m*-(   >-4B8om   >->asBis^o<sn������i>-o-������iEss-o-������B!������-o-������nBsx������  |F YOU intend Building let us estimate the cost of Construction for you  Wo supply  Mnlcrii'.h of all  Kinds        No .-xlra charge for  Plana unci Specifications Satisfaction Guaranteed  Robinson, Wheeler & Robinson  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  BELLA COOLA British Columbia  i<ttea>o  <    )-������BW3t>���������    J-fllMW-O-fWMVO-ffilBKS-O-ffiaBS-O-iJJHW <j  **  xmany-ma&o-azxD-i  >-<e^><  )<eex>-<  ���������0-GSSBB>0<XB>0-3BCB>04IBi5D-<3  , thence  west forty   chains  to point of  ; commencement, containing   16U  acres,  more or less.  i DAVID KIDD.  1 H:it.\ Jninmry '.*. 1913. Mar. 22-Mny IT  j VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT   OF   COAST���������EAHOE   III.  Take Notice   that John   Walker,   of  Vancouver,    1>.  C,  occupation laborer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land: ;  Commencing at a post planted at the j  north-east   corner   of  Lot 675,   thence ;  north eighty chains, thence west eighty j  I chains,    thence   south    eighty    chains, ;  i thence east   eighty   chains,   containing j  li4o acres, more or less. j  ! JOHN WALKER.     :  DiUe, .limuiiry 3. l'.UX Mur. ilil���������Miiy IT ;  ; VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT !  : .... |  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������RANGE   III.    i  Take notice that Robert Campbell, of;  Vancouver, P..C, occupation carpenter, ;  intends to apply for permission to pur- i  chase the following described land:  Commencing sit a post planted about  live anil three-quHter miles Houth from  mile post 44 on the fiSrd parallel of lati-;  tuile, thence south eighty chains, thenco'i  south eighty chains, thence west eighty '  chains,   thence    north    eighty   chains,  thence east   eighty chains  to point of'  commencement,   containing 040   acres,  more or less. ;  ROP.KRT CAMPBELL,     j  UiitvJ, Jitmriry li. l\>Vi. Mnv. 22-M.Hy 17 ;  To   Land   Seekers,  Prospectors,  Campers,  etc.  WHY PACK YOUR OUTRTSFURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  WE CARRY COMPLETE LINES OF THE FOLLOWING AT BELLA COOLA PRICES I  GROCERIES  DRY   GOODS  HARDWARE  TENTS  CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  PACKERS   REQUISITES  HAY   AND   GRAIN  ooia Mercantile  HAGENSBORG  12 Miles from Bella Coola and on Direct Route to the interior  Co.  OV������9������01  W>4nK������-04EB������-0-������n������-0-������H������aK Mnos^o-4  ���������<a>  ���������<D>-w������ o-eme-(0>-<  reMOM������o-������we>o wmnyiMJiK>-mus:Q ��������� IS  i  ^ P!  ���������-���������-I '���������;.;. -;.,������������������.���������.  IP  mm  Mr  ������������������I  'iljH j'!  'l'e( <���������  ;*!���������   CM)  ! I1:!!  i '  i <?  i;:J J  ijl  i j I  ''I  BELLA   COOLA   COURIER  -iT^irr?Tiri^irrtf-'^ftf>T������i"i*r*^'T^'t' ���������"���������-���������*-  Saturday,   March 29  /9) i  Al,���������������*;������������������,������ titiii  '���������.���������������������������yj;������'.^:.  LEADING   DEALERS   IN  gjjjji'.-:' .JV-*  voiiry  M������  zioz  3   C  nor  2Ji^  en's, Ladies' and  Children's Shoes  <ais  ion  )   c  30c:  30JC  r)1  30E  D   R.  <H  Men's Suits, Shirts  and Underwear  n  HOE  2J������  hoc  u  Pack and Riding Saddles  MMUOttNUMUHMtMiMWMI  -TENTS  Camp, Heating and Cook Stoves  \  i  WE  CARRY  A  LARGE  STOCK  OF  FANCY  AND  STAPLE  GROCERIES AT LOWEST   PRICES  eitiers, Prospectors and Campers  Supplies  . ?���������$ .-.-. tyr-Y....": v  B. "BRYN1LDSEN   8c  CO  ELLA  COOLA  wsssBSBsaa  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT ; VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT ' VANCOUVER LAND DISTRK  >la Hotel  <ih������~mm> iTTiMMTin������rtw iniwi ii i>ii nm  it ���������-*[��������� ���������I'rm t ���������imr  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION AND PROMPT SERVICE  DISTRICT   Or    COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that Robert Williams, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter.  intends    to    apply    for   perm asion  to  purchase the fo:l nvinjr described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the  south-east corner of  Lot 675,   thence  I south forty-chains, thence west eighty  !! chains, thence north forty chains, thence  " 1 east eighty chains to point of commence-  ; ment, containing 320 acres, more or less.  ROBERT WILLIAMS.  Date, January ���������!. 1013. -       Mur.'"-"2���������May 17  m mniirr'"i~,"~"~~"���������"^ - ....-������ ��������� ...--. .^.^-.-r-, - ���������llitITnt*mmfi..-m  , /  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  Barber's Shop and Baths /. Building Newly Furnished Throughout  W7TMTIIII-1  Hill MMi III Mfl IIHIITWTII IK* IMIi���������HII lil������ninl| 1 M  HOME GOQKING; First-class help only -employed  BAGGAGE STORED FREE OF CHARGE, SPECIAL .ATTENTION GIVEN TOrENQUIRIES BY MAIL  '"   ' ���������' "   >'ee'd  stable.IN  CONNECTION''  i <fcB������w w^a������ m>  b *% **hr**tr  f* *������<*.'��������� ��������� ������"W* iMTW MMI  F���������  "?ia  lift  ropri  5^  BISTBICT   OF   COAST���������RANGE   III.  Take Notice that Smith Johnson, of  Vancouver, B. Cv occupation engineer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:  commencing at a post planted about six  miles south from mile post 45 on the  53rd'' parallel of latitude, thence south  eighty chains, thenoeeasL eighty chains,  thence north eighty chains thence west  eighty chains to point of commencement,  containing 6-10 acres, more oHess.  SMITH JOHNSON.  Date. -January 6, 1U13. Mar. 22���������May 17  dvertise in  a^f^KsSaffaiSi^ ft  Qe^<%^-<r&<r>> <���������%&���������<*&*-*'t^-*t*<%&  fru;  j    DISTBICT   OP   COAST���������B.AWOE   HI.  Take  Notice  that  Alfred   Lewis,   of  ; Vancouver. B. C, occupation machinist,  intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following deHcril^d land:  |     Commencing at a post planted about;  ; six miles south from mile post 15 on the  53rd parallel of latitude,  thence south  ; eighty chains, thence west eighty chains,  \ thence north eighty chains, tnenee east;  j eighty chains  to point of  commence-1  j merit, containing 640 acres, more or less. \  j . ALFRED LEWIS.     I  \ Data. Jitnuary 6, 1513. Mur. 22��������� May !>'  I VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT \  DISTRICT   OP   COAST���������HANQE   III.    !  Take Notice that .James I'aterson, I  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, ;  intends to apply for permission to pur- ���������  chase the following described land: j  ; Commencing at a post planted at the ;  north-cast cornej of Lot 675, thence j  north sixty chains, thence east eighty ���������  chains, thence south sixty chains, thence i  west eighty chains to point of com- :  mencemenl, containing 48o acres, morel  or less. j  JAMES PATERSON.     I  Datf. January 3. 1913. Mar. 22-Muy 17 !  Serious Fatality at Fernie  Fernie, B.C., March 27-Frank  Ford, a brakeman in the employ  of the Morriasey-Fernie railroad  while riding towards Coal creek  DISTRICT    OF   COA3T-RA.KOE III  TAKK NOTICK  that  .;.���������;���������- V.r..!���������.;,  Vancouver, H. C, oci > i .'       ar,- ���������  intends to apply for !>���������-m.;-:������������������.���������������������������  '  chase the following <!���������- ::���������;-:  Commencing at a ]���������������������������������' ;;''���������':���������  northeast corner of i ��������� : '" '--  south eighty chains, th'. ..>-������������������ '. *-' ��������� ���������  chaina, thence north < -J���������'-.��������� ���������  thence weal eighty ch.-i.-- '��������� >  commencement, compii-���������;;������������������' ���������-'������������������ '  more or less.  JAMKS HKY.W  Date.'Janunry 4. 1913. '''-'' ���������'��������� ���������'  VANCOUVER LAND DISTE!  DISTBICT   OP   COAST���������HANOI ".  Take  Notice that 1. M;=:- '^  Marvin, of Atnarko, Upper lu-:!;-.'  occupution rancher, intend !>'��������� hi;  permission  to   purchase   t1-   '-������������������'���������  described land:  Commencing at a poat )'i..:.:^1'  north-east corner of H. H;i:i'>'' ������������������  emption claim, thence South '.'*' '���������-  thence East 160 chains, Un-:s>. "  20 chains, thence West !������������������- '!  to point of commenceiner.r, ���������'���������'���������'���������''  320 acres, more or Ickh, i;: ':��������������������������� '���������'���������  known as the Sugar Cain;. < ;��������� '-'���������������  Sliilo OldGovcrniJifiit Tr.'.;i. ' , !''  Coola.  MARK  WA1.TKK .MAl:V-'_  Diit*-, lnt March. I������������i:i. ^������������������'     -  on an engine, i������'ii \ri>u\ ti.'-  board and was nm ovt-i' a'  istantly killed.  f\,T  :S  ^  If you are planning an Orchard  ������  ; KLIMK.MffKIl  '^"������������������^���������������������������������������������r'Mrww^tMn^T.a.pn^;  Capital  ^ Nursery Company,  l^^y^ILill^ \ P LIM i E Y'S "���������r?s A"li1-"^!('H' ^  S A L.EM,  ORE.  Is the Ba'ini.-r N'uihcry uf the  I'acilic Coast*  sly a  L 811  16 in. Oil Tnn Prozpi-clor  .     WE   OUARANre*   OUR   STOCK  J True to ni'.ine  m draftf-d   from   scli'i'ted   alock  V on three year roots  ? Free i'lorn insect I'csls or  \i disease  P Non-irrigated        Acclimatized  A Ami every   tree grown   in I he  \o eelehrnled Willameil"   Vall-y,  \f the   acknowledged    home    o  nurs'.-ry stock of the world.  Wc dc!ivor to your mmreal rai!-  >f     way a&atJori/it thr'prices c(iiot''<l  't     ijvhicli IncIiH'.f.fi ttao rroi,':tit, duly  <"ind irisiJ> ction.  You should jusl s(:e fine I{ose;(  and Or: anielal:J,  iCKIECO.LTD.  .. Lai"<cst Shoe ..  Mapufscturors on  the PacUic  Coast  ancouver, ������,.  ii Jo N. Kendal/,':;:;1::1;;;;  f; P.O. Box 90J     '    A,vent  ���������������        Vancouver, B. C.  ^T CYCLING  Are a jt tin brought vividly to mind by the adv-'ii! ������������������:  Spritig and bright snnsliinc We have madr gff.-i! !'v;  [larat.ions to eripe with the Spring cycle business, -,;';  I-'limley's will he the best, place at which I" !'">.���������';'',','  Cycle, whether you coii:sid(M* variety of choict-. rfU.'i:'! '���������'���������  of the machines or the actual value olfered. If y,,i; (';'!';  not afford a new machine, we will renovate m-h "i''  wheel to the very best advantage at lowest possiU' ' "  ' lThe i  made th  men haA  morelar  boats/bi  Coola ar  TheNi  that th  glad to 1  duce to  vided b  , camps,  1 iliatttlie  , wlbofte  *\ ������PP0  ���������MBL  * w^-A  ���������"���������SAM  ��������� * Charl  theJBk'E  tfiiiaBg]  withes  day^nig  .iwmis  toitowr  tO^^'  and* he  The har  by pai'1  works,  was dai  had be<  trians.  very se  sufferin  shock.  Short  : Realist  ������������������r--inh^0ff.  -ableld.  '������������������:���������:.%��������� ^:<:^%  cbufvtrj  Vancpu  Foster^  works,  over th  survey  wagon  let wit  thus d  night's  the Ur  The ai  made  ������������������ t~ tc  slope (J  in min<  , ment'i  TVS  739 Yate^ Street  VICfolA,B.C  Kim  .Schjel  berg  are er  towris;  -HaRiil  facti)  .spok^i  termii:  may t  these  i)  iuj


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