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 H  9-    ~.  LA COOLA OFFERS UNFILLED    ATTRACTIONS   TO  ORTSMEN   AND  TOURISTS  ^b^^S^^friiiiiiniiii^ViJ'iMiuuMgif^uiuuiiiiiYfiiiiiiiitKi/i}  WEATHER   REPORT  Compiled  by  Mr. C. H. Urseth, of the  Hagensborg' Observatory.  ,      Average.Temperature from the 1st to 7fch  of Wovf-nber, maximum, 48; minimum, 33;  Rainfall for aim", period 0.18. '  i     i  11iinam i i   ii i   i    mil  VOL 1  -NO. 10  BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.  $1.00 a Year  jtz*x.*nTmmm'<  ���������t^.��������� t"t������'j*^n,*������*^* r"������s*^tra  ���������^f*^ -- ���������!��������� j������*���������������nessa-j-jr^**  Who Will Sit in  Wil  is  's C  Sident-Elect  iMakes Statement  ',. " "r 7"?; ;m V^ jM  '  ^SSS Work for Justice and. RTr ls Alrfdy. Buf MWith the  ���������" i-'f*^'" Names or Prominent Men.  Progress  '������Wares Honest Business Men of  ,,'%������the Country Have Nothing to Fear.  ������ffiBn  '��������� .^VV-Pnnceton, N. J.���������Governor  li^sMlson made the following state-  k -Spent the other day:  FH^^&he result fills me with hope  ^SStaJat the thoughtful progressive  v "4^ml?s of tne nation may now at  unite to give the country  _, .. _. lorn  and enterprise, and a  ,r.:lfp|ernment' released   from   all  ; "��������� ,:eopjjorate and private influences,  , ��������� ^desbted to justice and progress.  I'^tlAmThere is absolutely nothing  vfStSor; the honest and enlightened  European Fleet in  Turkish "Waters  I Europe may  lecoine Embroiled  . s���������lc?_6usiness men of the country to  ^\&*fear.   No man whose business is  ucted without the violation  FloShe rights of free competition  ���������-^nWwithout such private under-  r-44'  ^r tasAdSfap i ���������  ''standings and secret  alliances,  '1j.i1.tt. <  wa&J 1  ^ ^jasTviolate the principle of our  Cabinet-makers are already  busy conjecturing what men will  share with Woodrow Wilson in  shaping the policy of the nex-t  administration. , Necessarily all  is yet pure guess-work bat thei  cabinet builders are none the less  active in pointing out the persons  and the elements available as  cabinet material.  One of the available elements  embraces those who were conspicuous party figures at the  Baltimore convention, including  Speaker Clark, Oscar W<. Underwood, William J. Bryan, Gover-  1 j  nor Fossof Massachusetts, Governor Harmon of Ohio and some  others.  As to Mr. Bryan, one of the  British Admiral Will B8:War Between Austria and  1 ...;',��������� ���������  ! Russia Highly Probable  c  Senior Officer  The fleet which the European  nations are assembling in Turkish  1  waters will comprise 14 battleships, 22 cruisers, 15 destroyers  and 6 auxiliaries.  Sir Edward Archibald Berkeley  I Should Servia insist on getting  , an outlet .���������.through her conquered  i territory. to the .Adriatic, it is  j highly probable that Austria will  'be compelled to resort to bullet  Milne, commander of the Medi- i  land bayonet.;. 'Russia is then ex-  terranean squcdroir; will be the  senior officer of this international  fleet, and is expected to take command should concerted operations  become necessary.  ;    Malta".��������� The   British   ci\iL-'ers  !Good Hope and  Dartmouth left  .here for Turkish ports to embark  1 refugees.   Four battleships of the  British Mediterranean squadron j  passed here yesterday on their!  pected to back Servia and an  ' Austrian-Servian war would begin, in which it would be almost  impossible to''.prevent; all Europe  becoming embroiled.  Despathes from Belgrade to  the Vancouver -.'World say that  ' 'Servia does not intend to be  cheated out of the ports' of Dur-  azzp, San Giovanni del Medua  and Alessio,;; which were the sole  Democratic senators, wras qjoted ,   lL   T ,      .   ��������� ,.,:     f reason for Servia's entering the  ! way to the Levant.    A flotilla of ������������������.-.,.. ���������  .   ���������  during the campaign as definitely  Balkan war against. Turkey."  V/'^L  V  ' r!and the policy of all wholesome  W  fcJTAyt^^i-  ^commerce and  enterprise, need  'fear interference or embariass-  ment from the administration.  WV"^ur hope and purpose is now  \i<*- .'      '' -,- ' ' :"i' ...   ^   j  ito bring all the free forces of the  1% * Ration into active and intelligent  ^ 1 ^co-operation, and to give our pros-  "*;perity a freshness and a spirit  ������WT 'fand a confidence such as it has  *r  r&)p       ,"';'; ������������������������������������'���������: ' ��������� '-.'-..'���������  % ?'&6t had in our time.  J *% ^$M' 'The responsibilities of the tax,  "ffW������      ������������������    ������������������'���������   ���������������������������  ' *WkW tremendousv k^   they   are  *^^^pnmon responsibilities which all  ffleaders   of   action and   opinion  ^'Inust share.   And Vitli. the con-  fidence of the people behind us,  everything that is right' is possible.   My ambition will be more  \ than satisfied if I may be permit-  4ted to be the frank spokesman oi  VV  lMl$e nations's thoughtful purposes  v\|ift\these great matters.  A Clever Touch  J  torpedo boat destroyers is coaling!  es'  assigning Mr. Bryan to a cabinet., ,    ,;   ,, 1V       ,       i    At the same time-it is officially'  ,     .       to J here,   and  all  the colliers have J -i  place in case of Mr. Wilson's elec- , ,      , ,   ,,    T , ������������������^  s. v;���������-+un^*.,;,  been ordered to the Levant,  tion,  although the latter stated'   about the same time that no con  sideration had been given to the  personnel of the cabinet. j  Those who have been promin-!  .'���������-.{ ���������������������������."������������������ '  ently .-identified'with the Wilson  campaign   are   also   mentioned,.,  notably Chairman  McCombs of j  the Democratic nationil commit-!  tee; representatives Burelson and j  Henry of Texas, Repiesentative  Palmer of Pensylvania, Assistant  Chairman McAdoo and a number  of others who bore the brunt of  the conflict at Baltimore during  the campaign.  Opea  Telegraph  une  Stuart Lake to Fort  -George ���������.���������."���������.���������'  Telegraphic communicatioh between Fort George and Stuart  Lake, the old Hudson's Bay.post  j of Fort St. James, has justbeen  established, and the fact/further  illustrates the passing of the old  landmarks before the advance of  development in the ceritralinte-  rior of British Columbia.  I announced in Vienna that Aus  iria and Italy plan to divide  western Turkey regardless of  Servia. Austria wants everything west of the railroad from  Mitrovitza to .Salonika, and Italy  wants the rest. ,.  Telegraph Line Nearing Completion: I   Bella Coola's talented young  .     -���������-������������������~ ! violinist, Mr. 01 af  urseth,   has  Mr. J.-Thome and-., his gang, ^left for TorOTlto where he intends  who have been working^all sum-lt0 continue his "studies at the  mer ;on the construction of the|G5nservatory of Music;   Mr. Ur-  telegraph line, left on the last j 5eth ohly recehtly returned, to his,  south-boundjoat     Mr: Thornejhome   in   Bella   Coola : after; a  reported  having   completed .'his-'-j lengthy'' stuily under  Professor  contract and that the line wasjH- Aaronson, a, graduate of.Leip-:  through with the  exception  of|2jg Germany,  about twenty miles at the Chil-,| . ������������������-���������������������������-''";  cotin end, which would only take j   ?he   0c8an   Falls   company's  a week or:so to finish. '.   | logging camps on South Bentick  AH that is how required is the,'Arm' have closed down for the,  installation  of  the   instruments | winter.    About sixty-five loggers  and placing of Operators at the|left for the; south on  the last  points necessary, and.BellaGoolal''Venture'\aftei'a^  wiil-have its-long awaited Tele- al days here-. ''.;.''���������        ;  graphic corrimunicaticn' with the  outside v/oild.. ���������  ,S. S. Venture, 24 hours late,  docked here Monday noon.    The  The government telegraph line  has just completed a branch from  Fort Fraser to Stuart Lake, a  distance of about sixty miles.  The rate from Fort George to  Stuart Laic-; i.3 75 cents for a  ten word message and 5 cents per  word for additional words.  We are pleased to note in the  list of candidates who were suc-  J{ .... ' ��������� ������������������  . . '     ���������    ' :  ��������� ��������� ��������� ;-,  ce'ssfulfih; passing the medical  examination recent]y.;hel.d at Vic-  6'        .     ��������� . , .     '  reason of her; tardy arrival was j toria,   the name  of Dr.  T,; H.sv  the making of a special trip into | Jainieson of Ocean Falls, former-  -Knights Inlet, on her way south]hT"resident physician  at :Belia  last week,   when   she   took   bnl-Coola. ���������������������������;^^j . =.     ,^r,,:  10,000 cases of 'salmon. I    Pr.' Jamieson, by his natural  ! kindliness and,strict attention to  ihis duties, wonior himself many  i ���������''':��������� '. ���������'���������'.'' '  friends during his residence at  this place.  The latest arrivals from the  south include Mr. and Mrs Guy  McMillan and Mr. George Dagg,  ail of Vancouver.  Capt. McDonald, pilot of the S.  S. Venture, is spending a couple  of weeks vacation here.  Ii  Taking the Toronto Globe for  it, Hon. Geo. P. Graham evident-  ^X    *ly knows the proper way to make  . * )   <?a statement to produce the great-  ' tftest effect.    Reporting his refer-  JWces at a Laurier meeting in  feMount Forest to Premier Bor-  den's policy^  that paper says :  "'His   navy   floats   in   London  ,.       speeches   and   Canadian   inter-  ,;;;;:;;views ;   it has   never taken  to  ���������/j^gwater,' he commented dryly."  liltll   During the eight months that  ^^fended   with   August,   Canada  ^bought goods from  the United  States at the rate of a $1,000,000  a day. , This is twice as much as  three years ago.  A long enjoyment of the ben'e-  Mr. and Mrs McMillan intend fits of his weli-deserved success  visiting Ocean Falls and return- iD the sincere wish of the Courier,  ing here again shortly.  Mr.- Dagg who is interested in  some valuable mineral claims close  to Bella Coola, is here on business bent.    The many friends of Mr. Sam  Barker, a member of Mr. Skjel-  derup's survey party, will be  sorry to learn that he is at present S'.iiTcring from the effects of  three btoken ribs. Mr. Baiker  met with an accident while en-  gaged  i:,' his work.    Mr. Skjel-  Road foreman Thomas Draney  is taking advantage of the dry  weather and is at work with his  gang gravelling certain bad  places in the road.  A meeting of the Atnarko Conservative Association will be held  at Mr. Roy Mosher's pre-emption  on the 25th inst.    Ail members  Iderup and party, wdio have been ,, . '   .     ,,     .  are urgently requested to attend.  .surveying in the Interior all sura-  I mar, nav������?. returned to Victoria  1 by way of Hazelton and Prince  :i'up.:-ri.  Mr.  S. S. Chelohsip will; dock here  Sunday morning.    She will con-   tinue on this run for three weeks  Mrs Albert  Hammer! while the /-Venture" is laid im  ' ware in to wn this week.    Speak-! for her annual overhauling.  ��������� ing'of  his   recent   trip   to  the  j upper  valley in  his capacity as  i mail-carrier,   Mr.   Hammer  said |  'he had a very pleasant trip and |  I greatly enjoyed his stay over at  ' Mr. Marvin's ranch.  The leading men of today will  tell you they attribute their  success to selling���������  High-Standard! Goods  :-:    at Fair Prices    :-:  both of these you will find at  B. BRYNiLDSEN & CO.  BELLA  COOLA.   B.C.  Mr. Arthur Gothard has been  carrying his efforts as a landj An old farmer driving into town  uuiser far afield. Pie and his j heard an auto approaching. He  Mr R A Tee- ^rove to 0n3 ..s^e and ^ passed  trusty com]7. nion,  bay, have arrived in-town after  .1 lengthy trip into the Interior.  We lope to be- able to give a de-  1 ailed account of the  him at the rate of fifty miles an  hour. As he was turning into  the road again, a motor bicycle  passed at about tha samo rate.  The old farmer said to himself,  cruise of i "i never know'd that them darn'd  PROJECTED ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC & HUJSON BaY RAILWAY.  the dauntless"' in our next issue, .automobiles had colts/' ������������������MMBJMWMI  |jjPfJfflJSij������^  '',',, HA  BELLA  COOLA  COURIER  Saturday,  November 16,   I9J2  \   The Courier  Published Weekly at Bella Coola by  the Bella Coola Publishing Co. Ltd.  ,: The Control of War  t:  :       SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  J     -     " Canada  lvYenr .....: : $100  6"Moirths -^v   ������-75  3 Month* ." ���������   ���������   0S0  ���������    ��������� United States  % Year/.'.'.' .,...".". -��������� ���������'��������� -.$1.50  it  .".'���������' .*" United Kingdom   " 9  1 ;Year..  .$2.00  ;��������� Subscription* payable in advance.  hj. t  '���������* Subscriber? not receiving their copy  regularly please notify the management  at once> Changes in address should be  sent in as soon as possible.  For'Advertising Rates,  Apply at  ,\ . Office.  - To Correspondents���������No letters will be published  '   - in the Courier except over the writer's signature.  ' The Editor reserves the right to refuse rubli-  ,    '- cation of ahy letter.    All manuscript at writer s  '.risk. ". ���������    -    ���������E.7.   :  '. j-.'.,v  fecdier .Office - - 317-323 Cambie St.  > ?  i&iibxs pnpixll Bvpnnm sat lex"  -iflM*! *     *      - _^������������������  'A - i '  ^SATURDAY, NOV.' 16/. 1912.  NOflCE  r-sit:^"  ,  ji <.s.  '   For-die information'of. our readers  ,' anJ.m reply to numerous enquiries  '  that have' reached our bj^ce,, i������q  /jbishio state, that the "Courier" is  ! Iquiriedand'controlled by the Bella  ' >������o$a'Pu&lishing Co., Ltd. ''  1, All stock of the Company is held  fy:t persons   connected'   with  the  ���������management and-, directorate^,all  ofrvhoni are: old-time residents of  \ ffiella-Coola.   "���������;      ������������������;',���������   \/""'  I  G. C. //. L.  0MS0������<I4BS><Q>-������SB-0<������BB������<0)4aB������0 IIIIHII <0  t  The recent -outbreak of war in  the Balkan Peninsula, at a time  when Turkey was concluding  peace with Italy, keeps the topic  ever freshly in mind.  Modern wTar has become so appalling, in its expenditure, both  of lives and money, that.ho nation  can undertake it save as a last re-fbe had to loans from outside par-,  The obvious deduction, therefore, is that the outbreak and duration of a war.' is dependant  upon the availability of money  for that purpose.-  The vast sums required cannot  long be met by the national coffers, and therefore' recourse must  D  ���������  ,A Summer in the  Northern Interior of  British Columbia  n  n  'V  ���������' '  '  "f Last week the Courier endeav-  *' ored to*shdw that Bella Coola as  *���������->,. '  a'farming'community was unable  ���������to take advantage of the market  ���������'offered by Prince Rupert owing  ��������� to" lack of steamboat service.'  ^vThe-present  system  of. one  ��������� steamer taking farm produce from  '���������Bella Coola and dumping it down  on'some wharf or other, to lay  - _ * - -   -   * < -  there for a week or more, until  picked up' by another of same  company's boats is hard to tolerate, and to be told that this is the  best the steamship company can  do "with the number of boats  available, while no doubt very  true, does not help matters one  iota.  Prince Rupert is destined to be  wholesale distributing point for  Northern part of province, and  it is absolutely essential that all  pbints north of Queen Charlotte  sound must be brought in1 close  touch, and this can only be ac*  eomplished by good service of  coasting steamers.  The development of Northern  British Columbia will naturally  source;   and after very mature  consideration. <��������� '    _ ���������  No country's 'war chest can  long withstand the drain caused  by the maintenance of an army  in the field. ' t,   '  The immense, cost of mobilization, alone, is one that,is hardly  realized by theaverageindividual.  vThe daily1 cost of-maintaining  the Bulgarian army alone, m a  state of mobilization, ,'is estimated  by some authorities at". $140,000  per day. Even supposing this to  *be exaggerated/it is readily comprehensible, that the cost' of  keeping the combined armies of-  the Balkan states' in''the field,  must reach an enormous figure.  r Now armies must be paid, and  .the money for tbis.purpose. has  ���������to be found ; and' consequently,  t^e'period of "time during which  an army, can be maintained,on  d'etive^service, will depend upoir  the length of time during which  money for its upkeep can be pro-  ii '' *  cured.  ties. Loans of such a size can  only be negotiated by a limited  number of the world's greatest  banking houses. These great  'firms could be easily numbered  upon-the fingers, and of-them,  that of the Rothschilds furnishes  one of ,tbe'most notable , examples. ' V  r By the granting or refusing of  these-loans, the great-banking  firms can either .enable a war to  By Miss fennie fBlaxwey.  t (CONTINUED)  After leaving 'Francois Lake,  we travelled by boat down the,  lake twenty-five miles, then south  six miles to our destination.  Francois Lake is a beautiful,  body of water "sixty-eight miles  in length and averaging from one  and a half to three and a half  miles in width.  The country in and about here  is not a fiat prairie country as  many people seem to think, but  is more of a rolling nature, with  open tracts, here and there poplar and willow 'groves' dividing  these tracts on the high lands and  spruce growing in the lower  places.'  The natural beauty "ofj the  Are You Interested  In Watches and  IGH-GRADE     Wearethelargest  manufacturers   of  fniv/ri   I   DV^   STERLING   SILVER-  L VVbLLK I    r     WARE in Canada.  Th/h write fpr our Illustrated Catalog  winch will be *enl free to your address  !F YOU HAVE TO BUY A  WEDDING PRESENT THIS FALL  CONSULT OUR CATALOG'  Wc carry all lines of quality Silver-  plalc Tableware and Culler) as  well as Leather Goods, Brass  Goods and Rich Cut Glass.  HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.  . .      JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS  CEtt?SY      '    Vancouver, B. C.  n.1 mi m >���������wnw������ni'Mmi*wiwiriimT���������  m  ���������* \-  i >A~  <^;  seasons known for years.   There  country is unsurpassed, there are  be prolonged or cause it to,auti-,r,0 glaciers nor. snow-capped  matieally cease for want of funds  to carry it oh. ���������  " A small .number of ,inen there-  fore, ' the heads' of the above  mentioned firms, are to all in-  tents and purposes the final arbi-  trators in the struggle between  -any antagonistic nations, and upV  on them to a very great extent,  * i   -  may be laid the vast responsibility of Ithe bloodshed, loss and/deT  struction that a*'*modern 'war  entails.    ; :''..-  .tary to Prince 'Rupert, have ,to  inaugurate a more complete service of coasting steamers. Of  course providing that this need  has not been already fully met by  some other company or companies.  This is 'a matter which should  interest the wholesale merchants  of Prince Rupert quite as much  as us, and it will soon be up to  them to see that the present  order of things," the north dependant on the south, be altered,  and the trade of the north be  kept in the north, were It rightfully belongs. Prince Rupert  must use her influence to secure  a good coasting service for the  north or she can never be the  wholesale distributing center as  she should be,  was not only exhibited vegetables,  fruit, flowers, etc., but also  horses and catlle.  Returning this fall; we-came  from Hazelton by train to Prince.  Rupert, covering in a few hoursi gong the'two Singhs sang co  a distance that formerly, took the ^ lhem lcn ^w^.  boats days to -accomplish.    It is  an exceedingly pretty trip, the  Ocean Fails  (FJlOMOUIt U^SIBENTCORRJ   "';\ijEM  ���������A  family.vquarrel  aii'img' if.  Hindoos caused Jagear Sr ^ha/d  Jaun Singh to come "before b!$e.  trate Schlichter recently, awhh  J V<sV  mountains as we have along the  coast, (although they can be seen  in the distance,) but imagine  yourself on a clear day riding up  over a ridge of open--land and  seeing, perhaps <a quarter of a  mile below you, a-beautiful lake  with a view of the surrounding  country   reflected   in   its   blue  James Stewart,- a Kitirnat <r  i  track following the river most of dian,   made   complaint   that. ������x  the way down. had been done by the local boat  On the 6th of October we re- j builder and repairman on��������� Costumed to Bella Coola thoroughly j ins Inlet.    The insertion of 1W  convinced that although this va!-������ teen lights of glass, one si .a  ley has in the past been less heard | door, two handrails and tow l^-.  oF'than  some' o^ the country!in his launch, together with ^ V;*<|  which is now being opened up by j materials and, labor perform'i  Even the "Colonist" is moved  to speak  It is very seldom that our es  teemed contemporary the Victo-  f all to the lot of the Grand Trunk ria Colonist can bring itself to  Pacific railway-in the same way  that the Canadian Pacific railway  has been responsible for the upbuilding o������ -the southern portion.  The time is not far distant when be in a deplorable condition.;  the G. T. P.   will, if necessary,!    In one of its issues of last week,  in order to make all points tribu-! it calls attention to the existing  state of afiairs'in the Victoria Registry office, in that it is months  behind in its work. We should  hot have "added anything to the  .Colonist's just criticism or called  our reader's attention to it, if it  -had not been that the people of  Bella Coola are so strongly affected. We learn however from the  article referred to, that Bella  Coola is not the only district  where difficulties are experienced  through the dilatory manner in  which business is carried on in  this department.  To give an idea how long parties interested have to wait before their instruments are registered; we can state that we know  of a case where some deeds were  sent to the Victoria Registry  office as far back as a year ago  last September without yet being  returned. From this time on a  large number of documents have  been sent to that office from here  without being fully attended to.  h s   sn&*i*F waw ������ y* *** Dealer in   1  GENERAL MieR'CHANDISE* \;v  Raw Furs Bought and Sold  Trappers' and Loggers' Outfits Supplied  Gasolene Launches for Sale or Charter  BELLA BELLA, B. C.  'nnimmn iiijkiwiim rrT  ������yr������ji nwjpftoaoF^'iMm���������������  mfy^www' TT���������*-rti  criticise the Provincial Government; and 'when it feels, called  upon to do so things must indeed  theG. T. P., it can'nevertheless; was billed to him at $88;. th^  compare'favorably "in every re-j$8 added which was not itemw.c^  depths. , This you can see every,W with any of the places wejbut supposed to be for time hmI������^  ���������     .  .,      . -   . ,    .    , , ihad seen in our travels during the; labor involved,,m making up t.  few miles, for the country is dot-j gunjm^ ,   - |bm_    Artistic work comes higl,  ted with lakes, some not morej ;   than a.-quarter' of a-mile long  others reaching for miles.  , The climate is good the year  round, the summers being espeei- j  ally delightful. In winter although the thermometer at times  falls to 35 and 40 below zero, the  climate is so dry, the cold is not  felt as it is in our damper climates,- neither is it as severe as  on the middle prairies.  It is a great country, a country  with a future, and all that is required to develop it is the completion of Grand Trunk Pacific  .railway which will make it more  convenient for people to get into  the country.  Thousands and thousands of  acres of land are there to be cultivated; and it has been found  that this land will produce hay  and grain equal to that grown in  any part of British Columbia.  Vegetables have also been  grown with great success in the  last few years, this will go to  prove that either the stock rancher or the man who prefers mixed  farming will find here a country  to come up to his greatest expectations.  On  the 21st   September the  Bulkley Valley held its first ex-j  hibition of farm produce.    Thejl  WE ARE RIGHT TO THE FRONT WITH  QUALITY, PROMPT SERViCE, R8GHT PRICES  The Clarke-Stuart4Co., Ltd.  &tnixmters    JrUttrrn     Souklmiflcrs  VANCOUVER,   B.C.  Rubber Stamps, Loose Leaf Devicesand Billing Systems  TRANSITS, LEVELS, CHAINS, &c, and  everything for the Surveyor and Architect  Instruments Repaired by our Experts - We Blue Print for You  For Immediate shipment -SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT  DESKS, MAPS, GLOBES AND HVLOPLATE BLACKBOARDS  PRICES   AND   SAMPLES    ON    REQUEST  1   <-*41ft  Hon. "Bob" Rogers, is now  Minister of Public. Works, and  the correspondent who announ c as  this important fact also points .  ;,   , ,"������������������ ��������� -,      ^   ���������*���������   _-ni>r.-c+rt exhibits were excellent, in spite  out that he has forty millions to,  spend.   Wow!   What a carnival; of the. fact that the country .had, j  there will be���������while it lasts!        > experienced one of:   the dryest*  UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C., LTD.  Boscowitz Steamship Co., Ltd.    ���������  REGULAR FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE  BETWEEN  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER  Q Q 'VPNTIIFSF' ^aves Vancouver every Thursday at 11 p.m.  *,. 3. V L������ I UhL Leayes Be{!a Co(jIa Sunday mor|ling  fA  5*������  pw/*m������v;"w"r'"|rs������"rw> nniwpT"  S.S. '"' Capilano" or- S. S. "Coquitlam" also call with  Gasoline and Explosives by special arrangement.  For rales of Freights, 'pares- and .'other .information, apply L"  Head��������� Ovpicr, Cauiiall St., Vancouver; or John Barnsli;\.  1003'Government St., Victoria. ;.-.-.  ���������  Vffl /2 -;y  irday, November 16,   1912  BELLA   COOLA   COURIER  ���������    '��������� ��������� ��������� '   - :��������� ��������� i   .      ��������� ���������      . j,  fjThe .sudden death of-Mrs A,. VANCOUVER L AN %DI STRICT;        VICTORIA LAND OISRICL  ;|porton, aftera-fewdiours ill- -^^^ OFCb'AST -RANGES,   i,.,_  .!-K:5&&0^^  ��������� fci-  ��������� DISTRICT   OF COAST '&ANGE 111.  $   0  '���������%z#  U&X&ZS--5&  ~   :"V  Pii  ���������r >  fee'lnl^ashingtoh.  , c������ P. ���������&��������� Steamer "Queen;' chains" t^^tTbf commencement, cop-'.f^^]^  '    ;,.;,,'    ,:       ii   ���������+.^������������������  prising 160 acres. s of ba-^nnina:. containing seventy acres, ; *j  made its, first call at .our.,.; ... ;..8jAilES pearson wrighT,   i^^Ji-iSf. ���������:���������      '       ' i|  srh AUKust. 1912. ,;   'pjjAEL ALMINA MACFARLANE.   |  JL,  ������9   ft ��������� '-3 ft ' ' 2o\  :     ���������>. .1      ... i"5      ��������� fit     -  jfnw'J  . W V> ^"^# -L-fliT^f -     <SL^  A,  i  ,  ������V"^     *.7T--..-. .--,..       |   ,.���������. . Ji-V.J.������i/ilt3    *  *-���������'J  Thursday night.:', .The; pat*-aw.^^^  III City will take- the place of  Ion  IJrmeess'.Beatrice, for  the  ^siir"'     '"*  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  VANCOUVER LAND DiSi RlCl = ___^_.__ ;._......_.:_  ^ |frS^���������.cess.- ,.?������*,������'v^ ��������� ,���������' v.^-riiiW (#CO*ST- RANGE 3.   I  '���������"    VANCOUVER LAND  |i|P:and wilLarrive;at Ocean ;\^^^^^ri;^k|- S        .DISTRICT  ^i<&J������kr.   Tbnrsdavs.  hlSte'ad  OI   nr Vancouver. B. C, occupation .logger, j', ���������  ��������� '���������  ^,.'������r,*    n^irw  ttt   !&  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE .111. .B  ' Falislloh   Thursdays, instead/ Ol  of Vancouver, B. C., occupation logger j V^;-     .  & J8t������#-    t,      ' ^i.-;    -1J). aiiW rP    intends to. apply for permission t,g pur-,. DISTR1C  FridaS-    From thisport she re-,   ^. the foh^in.g dpBcribed iandr    . i   ���������^  t->^fflB?.,v.' -.:���������'...:. -   vl.'t���������i,i:������������������ ;i\,+l,������i      frnmmmtifM? nt a cost planted about;    Take IN  ;:    From this port sne re-;   ^.       M1^;ng described landr   ' , ! ��������� ���������    . ���������  , ���������-._..   ������������������    , T' Frank.RobirS0n  ^ancouv^raakingihthefiidoS^^^  usuat, 1J12. ___ i menceniiiul.,   .containing    forty    acres', , a  Date 25th Au;;ual, IM. \.&v.->\-   ���������i-^^������..j    v.,^.,w    ��������� _,     .  ..:.-.'..���������:..:..-....-. ..,...: -,���������. ..���������.,..-...-: .-^.,��������� j mericemisnl.,    containing    forty,   acres, ,  .-���������": '"���������'.:,;-    :-���������'"- j more or less. ���������  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT-|  nd  I tf^RCQUV^RLA^I^  '^d^ '^H>'':;'���������'��������� -.-���������.'������������������/'.;-::':''v:'-';:    ;" '.>:"' .'"^ ���������''  :;'  ff< "|ffllfrict'df-Poast--Range;,3.,;^  :, '^i^S^'NOTlCB that Justine ;MarJ  A . ^IK^ton, of BellaYCoouv B. C.,7niar-  ���������' *' ; '^S^BSai-; intendsto;app y 'for per-  I   ^P^������- :to' -purchage: the .following de-,  ,'^������������*eet-in a. north-easterly  direction  |the- Indiansal^bnliouse;Bit.aatcdii ^.;17th Autrust. 1912.  l20.miles;:CT the; Atnarko :-.rivta, .-_^,.;;,:;. :.lr: _.  I-West40 chains, thence South 20 ;       ,"   , ���������     ^ ^  ��������� DISTRICT OF-COAST^ItANGE III.  '.TAKE NOTldB/that Annie K. Dkvies,  of-Appl2ton,;-England, occupation mai--  ried woman, 'intends to apply  for permission ��������� to purchase the following described land:       " . '   , '  "��������� ;��������� Commencing at a post pi tinted at the  'North-West'coriier/'oi.the South half of  the ."North-West quarter of xhe.Eisit half  of the Sjuth'-West quarter of ���������Saction  18, Townships.         '". .,.'���������.  :. '."."'":'    -ANNIE KENYON DA VIES.  i Date, September lVth, 1312.  ESTABLISHED   18.64  \cz~-^:sox~zrzz>  C-ZT301  :o  fa ^  ;    ,������   ���������!     a     v  Gfoc^T^Q3- ^  ''    FRANK ROBINSON.'   ;|. -    '.....-  i thejvee; East  40  chains, thence j -y A-vfrnTTVPP' t A "MFk ���������'nTQT'RTr'T  |0;chains"tb point: of commence-! V^ UUM.",^1" ^ANP UlblKiOl  ^containing SO acres, more or ,les3.  liSTINE MARIBlHICKLENTON  'c^z-^oizr-rp]    \c~  General. Mercliai  ~'.Z10 iZZllT.D  VANCOUVER LAND;  -,V DISTRICT. ���������    -;.  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III.  ������������������ Take Notice that I, Ernest Henry ||  Gerhard, of Barnsley, England, occu- | \t  pntioji gehxleman, intend to apply for i-S  permis'oion to purchase the following '*  ���������described land:   . '������������������ ,.'���������  : '���������  ; Situate between. Lot 127 and Timber ; m  Lease, 44219 and the "VVest bank of Net- | f5  lee'tscor.noy River" West _. of Lot 127 i!  being an Island  s  D1STRICT-OF C0AST-~RA1*GE 111:1  I-    Take Notice that Annie Stockdale,  ! of South. Gcsfonh, Occupation in:-trrieu  ERNEST HENRY GOTHARD/  Dated Sept. 1, 1912. A. K. GOTHARD, AtfSit.  y~:   T'f -. ," ���������'.. ,.'���������'''. =������������������ ���������-.. "j 6f-South. Gcsforih,. OccuDation in:-trri������u  [.GOUVERLAND DISTRICT .j-woman, int-inds to'apply"for���������pwrnissiba  '"'       ��������� I.to purchase the 'foUov/ing-dtiScnbedland:  Comiiiencuigafra post planted 4 chains  East of the, South-West corner post oi.  Timber Lease '43003, thence 20  chaint  istrietof ^C6ast--Range; 3.  J^NoirioS;thatl?:Jphn A. Co^^  Ccouver,,occup^tTon hvo-^v. .,���������(* ,ti j ooutn  2^.uh^ ^ ^ - -   m^.ce.  &?��������� t^Sa?^       A^t^fe^Ses, more/or less  iwititr descrioeq lanas. v,   ,      .1 '���������    . ������������������*     ok ������-;,,��������������� n-j.. .fM-n at i-   ���������  KT>1 ���������.���������������;-. :.L.iL  '^i   ���������   -r^f   r>laTitf>H about' ' AlvNIL   01 ���������JV.KJJA.I-!^-,  imehcing ^t ,a post planted about  jkl������s'ina8odtherlydirection'lwm|&t^,v   ; ;        - ���������-;; akthor f..gcihah.).  ai n t^4^m^^Svr;>fiA^ of :the Atharko;-River;-and'|; .;��������� So:  uictioft of this Atnarfcd; River -and^    .- Stitember 1st, !'Ji2  Jaat,Fork, o'n,the.-'eastern shoreand ; ''*  |;he'-hcad;"of^a,.'srnair:lakeiv; thence  |40; chains, "thence South 80 chains,  J^ East 40,-chains, thence North 80  ,��������� to point-of cbnimencement.    <='".-  *""' " i^,:JC0H'N-;A:'.e6NKEY.-:.:::;  . A^enc.  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLO  ���������qfsy Loggers'' ancl  Supplies a Speciality  W   _    ���������   ���������  &Sih ..October, .1032. '  J^RcQLfVES^LANg DISTRICT  V ^ SN^istrictof -:Go?:st���������Ratige 3;' ../���������  1   '-   ^,jJMkB 'NOTICE that;;I, .Hubert,G, Hal^  O^FSf Yictoi-ia, occupation: Broker   m-  . ..$tgj$?to apply for permission to purchase  the'following described lands: ,   . , i  Commencing" at a post'planted aoeut,  160 ch.Mi.s south "of Lonesome Lake to I  Bella Gogla;Land 'District.',  ��������� district of coast, liange 3.';.  ���������;: Take-Notice -that I, Arthur-F. Goth-  ard, of Bella Cbcla, v. farmer, intend, lo  :aprjly' for pei-missvon to, purchase the'  following dtt%crifced-landS:  Cqmmeneipg at it post planted about  I 2 chains. West;from- the South-East coi-  , j ner of Timber Lojisc   4o'J06,. thence 4t;  "' chains" South, 20 ch&itui West, 40 chains  North, '20 chains. East, West-of Lot 16  in   the   Behtinck   Arm,  containing  80  acres, more or less.    , ,  ARTHUR; F. GOTHARD.  VANCOUVERLAND  .;���������        ,'    DISTRICT   "  i  DISTRICT OF  CO AST���������RAN'GE, III. |  Take Notice, that John G. Mass-ry  ���������if'London, England, oscupiition. gentleman, .intends''to.'apply' for pen'riission. to  p'ir^base the following described lands:-'  '���������' Comnencing, n.t,-'a post planted at ibc  South-East corner ������������������of the Bella Coola. j  Townsite, thence 40- chains North along j  Townsite,   thence    East   20   chains,  thence South 40 chains,;thence West 20  chains to point of commencement, con- ,  taihing 80 acres, more or less.  ;        >���������     j  '���������: -;;:; '::JO.HN G'J - MASSEY     '  Dated  September 21st, 1912.  3. FILLIP JACODSEN; j  160 ch.������i.s south "of Lonesome ^etu   D;ucd ,August .;,)ft  U)12_  *  ��������� "West 40 chains, thence Soi>h 80 chains,   --���������:.-rrr^..-,-- -  ������    s   thdbeeEast 40 chains,, th-mee.Norta oO  * ^chains, to point of .commencement,  j**    i   ������Si HUBERT G.- HALLER.  |^    $fce. 26th October. 1912.   '  'iv^ ;VANCOUVER li-AN^D DISTRICT  < ^V :llpiSTRICT OP COAST-GRANGE 3. y\  &>     !'4Jtake Notice   that   George   Henry 1  &* ^?B$t   of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  '������-; 4V$:', t^onfl- fA' aoolv. for-permission  i .A,wo nn -js tli3tant anum a wuu.-. ��������� ^r.r,  -.4*.waBBiirojuon from thewestern.extremity  i    ^HBwalcho Lake,thence South 40 chans  ���������&ce West SO chains, thence Noitn 40  %3Mds. thence East 80 chains to point ol  Fdontmencement, comprising 320 acres.  iS s ���������' GEORGE HENRY BURT.  BUSLNKS_^Rt)S_  W. MEYERSTE1N  British Columbia Land Sur/eyor  VICTORIA.  B. O.  P.O., BOX  1579  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT j  '���������-���������-���������������������������������������������������������������- ������������������ ���������__-_i^_^������������������,������������������ ^_-.-.-',.....    ��������� '   -I  DISTRICT1' OF  COAST���������RANGE- IIL _���������  ���������Take., Notice .that Alfr'ed Minsos, of  New   Wesiminster,   B. C.',~ occupation  broker, intends to apply for ..permission-  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post ,c.lante<l.at the  North-West-corner of Lot 654 on the  South side of the Noeek River. B.C..  thence South 60 chain's, thence West 6u  ,  chains, more or less, to the Noeel; River, j  r.ihente   North , and   NoiLh-East   along;'  South' shore of Noeek River, 65 chains, ;  more   or..less,  to point of  commence-  ...jicnt,. containirig^abuut 1.80 acres, more  or less.    . :  ALFRED MINSOS  Tfcted Slept. 23. ���������inri  ���������n* ������3*  r?rt  Li!  ������������������ ���������;������������������ ":'���������':''.'     - ���������;; ��������� cWh^iesale1  Manufacturers   cf ���������.���������> Shirts, ;i Tweed   Pants,   vOveraI!s,  ���������g0������&������^������!E^^S8^^m  Tents,. .liarid  Knit- Sweater  Goods -and  Date 2oth August, 1;U2.  Notice-1; ;ritdf w^\n^5  QCn��������� Dt reasonuDie prices.  All  work  guaranteed  and  postal  charges paid. ' Addmss at! wori; lo  P. G. NOOT, 942-View Street  VICTORIA, B. C.  h ���������  ���������  U    <������>fL a a ii <���������������> o-ii -Ja?  ^  n  3   :^'  @t line  li^  ^  Ff  OW   'S^i B^. ii^-Sw fiai ���������<u������' ���������'  .   ff~&-a.*������   4^"  P. FlLLIl1 JACOV.SEK.  Asefiy.  Bella Coola Land District. j|  . 4 ...  DISTRICT OF COAST. RANGE S.    |  , Takb Notice Mint Warner Goiinu-ri. !  -.)!'   Ctdlei;   Mouse,   Barnsley;' England, :���������'  .jcntleiiitui,   inie-.-u.s   U-; ;������p-.'ly  for  pe;-i  Bi-EILLl? JACOBSEN  Agent for and Chvner- cf  FARP.5, T^BiR LANDS A^D'WATO ?0Y.rE3  IK EELA COOLA AKi)' YiXiifY    ���������  |   .^31 Aiter a residence of 30 years I have acquired  a .iho.'ojgh   knov/Ieclge  oi  the whole   coast of  British  Columbia,  and  can  give . reliable . infor-  . mat on oF die' diff-. reat resources at almost any'  point in this pa:t oi the province.     All informa-  Messrs BURROUGHS and DEAN will. install  POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES  at the GRAND VIEW HOTEL.    Will open on  or about November 30, 1912, with full new outfits  REAL   ESTATE    GFFiCE   IN    CONNECTION  Farm   Lands, and   Snoido   Property   handled  COME IN FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE  SEES  | TEN ACRE FARMS. A' SPDCl'lIIY  V- ���������:���������*���������?'^n\ m***C \-L   xiyr\-:zV\- Txnw -X3I-/V ��������� ^T.r,'  -r\. ..r*v..*.*"���������   ...   ,.>,-^;r.-  Hon sirict!f; guaranteed.  o  RLi 1 i? JACOBSEN, Bella Coola, B. C.    I  mission to purchase the 'following described lands: ��������� j  J     Cornmev-ci-vu; at-n post pl'!ut,-;\l aV'O'.u i!  -{���������2b chain:- in an eastcd',' '-liiTcUon <S, an- ii  'i.Viicat:on to tvircbr,?? No. .309!:'-. th^hi.c ; J  ���������East 20 ch;:i'r.?..Soul-" 20 chains, Wt-^i i ^  20 cK'idns, North 20 chains : >  Aasuat 12th. 11U2. Akent.    3    .. ^ ^  1  H  ��������� fCTgnrminw -r-Tnn-  )4Bb������i t-assmt >������^o4aa������o<������������o������K������o������������-������U--  itrh-Class "Photography  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  District of. Coast���������Range .3.     || |  Take Notice that I, George Young, i| ^  ���������)f Ijolla Coohs occupation rancher, i;'i-i 1 $  tend to avidly, for permis-iion lo purchase 'J ^  the follo'.vlhg desorioed lands: " ' j!   5  Commencing ut a post planted about iH g  20 chains in a northerly direction from ' J 9  EJwai'ds. pre-emption on .the eastern |j ?  shore and near the head of Lonesome 11 K  Lake, thence East ?.0; chains, thence i | ^  NovUi 80 chains, the.ncei West 20 chain;-', 15 c  i'iience along lake shore in a southerly !Ji j|  direction to point of commencement. ;r g  GEORGE YOUNG.     \\   ?  Diiie. 2(',th October, 1912... . !j   |  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT!^ S  ro  Q,ifiia E'iilia <aa> *&������'������������3*���������K^i!l;5fc��������� a <ad>48  i^ui- Jv*1" 'f^ *?*��������� t>M: .'ff^i <-J"?' V-' ''I'1?- ^'���������iR*'  ^SBH  tir Via  WHY PACK YOUR .OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  ���������������������������������������������������"���������  R. NORTON ������!1^^  Mil REMAIN IN HASEKSBCSG FOR NEXT TWO WEEKS  a  a ,     District of Coast RiUJge 3.  1   I |    Take Novice that 1, Kenneth F. llc\\ 9 . |  ? -6 i .Lennan, of Vancouver, occupation mmer,   j |  |  ,Tv for uermiKsii.Mi to nur-   5 X   I.  tt . intend  tv  >������������������ .-i.'.v :������������������-   - --���������  |j j chase tlv. f. il'.Avinjr described lands:        :������. a   s  5!     Cotnin'.'iici'i!;- at a P'..'s(. planted a-out ; tj v;j  B | 80 chains in a. ".'."itherly direction from  | S   3  ������ ; Edward? nre-emplina to iho etist of At- . ? p'-s  ������ ; nark-   Rivor,   thenci;   Wo^i, ,^o   i-lian^.   ^ ������   gs  ,W������ CARRY COViPUTfE 5.;?iSS O:-' THH 3FCLi..OVJ2NG 'iT SELiA COOLA PR'.CES:  GROGERSES TENTS  DRY   GOODS GAMPERS. SUPPLIES  HARDWARE PACKERS   REQUiSiTES  HAY AND   GRAIN  tne'.ice  ARTISTIC   WORK..'.    -'.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED  ALL    KINDS    OF    INTERIOR    AND     EXTERIOR    PKOIOS       South SO chains, then-" East 10 J * ri  , chains, tla-mce N'>rih SO chains to point; [j | |  ; of commencement.                                      '" ��������� I  !              KENNETH F.  MCLENNAN.     ';} S |  H   '\   ---'^  tl   iJ(   -y-V*  Tlu���������   Dealing   Work   Done   Please   Call   WilUut   'Jt!������y  Pass the Courier on to  your friends  o  ���������  .  -   .*~n.. I--* f*. n sr*** r^j ���������*^"*>. ED /^"<r  r,^r-y\  >-������MJ������*'H\'>"W T  ���������rmv-'������*v - --u--.*^-  &   ���������' '   ���������    1  |iiw-r"'^^v"^'TTJ*,rlff^'���������1B'MM^-*r*ln;*,3"������'^v^J^n'"*['f-f^ 1-,'f  rrASi  BELLA" COOLA  COURIER  Saturday, November 16,  /f/^  ti i  .panaM T������ji8aw������wg������iwMsaf-ri'������ **f ^l������yyjiilf'IWWgraaitaig3Baa  './  i -4  'i. !  LEADING   DEALERS   IN  ������' >  iv'>V  fi������"i.  KL>J-1' ' ���������*'-  re  <n  HOC  [en's Suits, Shirts  and Underwear  HOE  30E  fife'  4lw*vr  > f   '   , ' . r , , ,���������  S?Papk;. and.; Riding' Saddles  ftywiT-i������.-*iniMii <i m ii mm      i       nr  5������,u  .  >*r  TENTS,  V  If F  Camp, Heating and Cook Stoves  nv.i;/  WE  GARRY  A  LARGE  STOCK  bF��������� FANCY'.'AND  STALPE  GROCERIES AT LOWEST   PRICES  mil  $  v?  <,<���������-.  ���������eftSer-s  *  ;s and Campers Supplies  , * j  A  r  ELLA COOLA  sramiy.MMKViii l^lUSALIMi^JbaabKaBa!  LZ1WTUT niiyilWlfl ITIiTl iTITI>iTWW������*������������^I^Mg������'WWa������^1-  >*),   y  CHRIS. . CARLSEN  H.   L.   HARRIS  in  ella v^ooia  ownsite  ACREAGE  Improved and  ' Unimproved  Farm Lands  ���������i       If..*^*.**; iM'swifH  WE''RAVE  AN   AGENCY   IN' VANCOUVER  IJ3T   WITH   US   FOR   QUICK; RETURNS  LAND NOTICES-Contlnued       1 VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  , % District of Coast���������Range 3.  "Take Notice that Clara M. Procter,  of London, England, occupation widow,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the'foilowing described land:  Commencing at ���������a post planted, 120  chains north and 60 chains east of  the north-east corner of Tucker's preemption, lot 446. Thence North 20  chains, thence fast 35 chains more or  Ipss to the Necleelsconnay river, thence  South 20 chains more or less, following  said river, thence West 10 chains to  point of commencement, containing 40  acres more or less. ���������  CLARA M. PROCTER.  Date Sept. 28th, 1912   *   L. W. PROCTER, Atrent  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  District of'Coast���������Range 3.    ���������  Take Notice that Estelle E. Suggitt  of Coaldale, Alberta, occupation married  woman, intends to apply for perrrussion  1 o purchase the following described lind.:  ' Commencing at a' post planted 60  chsita north and 40 chains east of the  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.      DISTRICT'OF COAST���������RANGE IH.  Take Notice that Walter Eugene  Ratcliff of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation  Rancher, intends to apply for permission  to   purchase   the   following   described  '** Commencing at a post planted about  three miles distant and m a southerly  direction from the mouth of Hotnarko  river and on the Atnarko river, thence  West 20 chains, thcr.ce South 40 chains,  thence East 20 chains, thance North 40  chains to point of commencement', containing 80 acres.  WALTER EUGENE RATCLIFF.  Date, 5th November, 1912.   ,  M  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT T fSS  7/  M  Its  Take Notice that William Bert Ba.- J" H  row,  of Bella Coola,'.B. C, occupauo;     *>Wmi  rancher, intends to apply for permiesic:      ^ :Wm  to purchase the following described land       l 'ffcfail  Commencing at "a post planted about $ '*<&  2 1-2 miles distant and in a westerl, t _ _ ^ 4Wffi  direction from the north-west corner of * '.^jJ'W  William Bert Barrow's pre-emption oa vtfk J$ai!  Hotnarko river, thence East 40 chains. fJfK  thence South 20 chains, thence West 441 '"  chains, thence North 20 chains to poirt j  of commencement, containing 80 acres '  WILLIAM BERT BARROW  Date, 27th October. 1912.  ADVERTISE IN THE "COURIER"  ^^B^MmwMajWMdMnwwii n  ;if-    -    '   '  ��������� c. north-oast corner of Tucker's P������s-6mp-1   /ma  ji'tion, lot 440, on the hank ol *c Nl������;l! figg  a=:ra=sissrg!i 1 lcetsconnay  river.     Thence  North  00    ffCffift  'yirii7  ���������MIMil |"irT"Mr'!t"J���������"1,lr*  RST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION AND  !?���������  Barber's Shop and Baths :, Building Newly Furnished Throughout  If  m-.il.  if  irarnrm ���������^iirgT-^���������~7*������^.~j~������������cg^mnff������i.n^fl^ i*m*nZ%.  ;      HOME COOKING;; White help only employed  BAGGAGE STORED FREE: OF CHARGE, SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ENQUIRIES BY MAIL  'FEED   STABLE ;lNv.CON.N-E.C.TiO-  II  an i  II  pfe.  IPS-  II  te^a&Saata������^^E8^������u&g������2SaE^S  chains, Ihaiw East 30 chains more or  1.-S3, to the Nfclcetscohnay uver, thence  South along river 1o point of commenca-  1 ment, containing 70 acres more or lew.  ! ESTELLE E. SUGGITT.  ' Dftte. Sept. 28th. 1912.      L. W. PROCTEU. Auent  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  District of Coast���������Range 3.  Take Notice that Leslie W. Procter,  of Duncan, B.C., occupation civil engineer, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described land:  Commencing at a post planted at the  north-east corner of Tucker's pre-emption,   lot  446,   on  the  Necleetsconnay  river.    Thence North 60 chains, thence  East 40 chains more or less, to the Necleetsconnay river,  thence   South along  J said river to point of commencement,  ' containing 90 acres more or less.  LESLIE W. PROCTER.  Date, September 28th, 1U12.  AND A BIG DIFFERENCE, but there's no practical  difference in the value and efficiency of these Cycles.  Some wt?.re damaged in transit, some are simply "shop-  soiled" and some have been out on hire a few times  only, but all are offered at BIG REDUCTIONS. Let us  know your requirements and we will send particulars.  DON'T FORGET���������That tho expenditure of $10 cash  at PllmSey's entitles you Jo a ticket which will'  share In the drawing of a $l,������SOO "Overland" Auto.  There's a  Difference  m  the Price!  ������.*������  739 Yates Street  SUBSCRIPTON  RATES OF  BELLA COOLA COURIER.  Subscriptions Payable in Advance.  CANADA.  One Year   Six Months   Thkee Months    ,$im    0.75-   0.50  UNITED STATES.  One Year...  $1.50  United Kingdom and the Continent.  One Year , .$2.00  SUBSCRIPTION BLANK.  BELLA COOLA PUBLISHING CO., LTD.  BELLA COOLA, B.C.  Enclosed please find.. .....  for Bella Coola Courier for.........  . subscription  ;      Name.... :���������.'.",.,-.'.[.-.'.-������- ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  P. 0........^, :������������������"������������������  Tear out and mail today, with amount of .ubscription enclosed  C������  I     , ci  f     v      in. K  'I  n  s  Si  ���������J&  i  ml  m  "If

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