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 r^T^J^^CJ.yf*w-?-rfr-rTfr.ng:--������r���������������iar7 ���������sffr-r-.w'-.rf-T-f-,  JJELLA COOLA IS ON������ OF THE  IOST PICTURESQUE SPOTS  ������uN  THE  PACIFIC  COAST  WEATHER    REPORT  Compiled by Mr.-C H. Urseth, of the  Hagensborg Observatory.  Average Temperature for the latter part  of September, maximum, 68; minimum,. 3d.  .  Total rainfall for September,. 0.85.  <r\i,rX  i-  7^L-  I���������NO. 6  BELLA COOLA, B. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1912.  $1.00 a Year  v*s  hostilities May  Be Suspended  tpeneva Journal Outlines  3b erms of Proposed Truce  Italian Treaty  :.i<&  A dispatch from Ouchy to the  %, "''"^'Journar de Geneva reports   the  ^Ifpon by the Italian and Turkish  ���������;.MMelegations which now await rati-  ^������f$ication by the two governments  '���������^0mkd is expected   to lead  to   an  iMllmnediate armistice.   They are:  -'C^^^-bsolute sovereignty of Italy in  ~������)ia without formal recognition  ���������"WBere of Italy by Turkey.  ';;;;^^SFree exercise of religious au-  ���������vvl^Piority by the Khalif as in Bos-  ''!|$S!a an<* Herzegovina.  48ff Turkey to withdraw her regular troops from Libia.  WMffifc Ita^to Pay an indemnity equiv-  'i$T^alent to Libia's contribution to  } g4|^e Ottoman treasury.  kifeS|.Restitution of the captured  ^island by Turkey with safeguards  1 , fkqf the Christian population.  &lB No indemnity payable by either  ^Y^jside towards the cost of the war.  ' *���������*'$&- Re-establishment of diplomatic  ' ~ rVand commercial relations between  ' the two nations.  Bute Inlet  Route Doomed  The Vancouver Sun, not without an undertone of pained sympathy with Victoria's disappointment says:  "Victoria, which is deeply interested in the intention of the  Dominion government with regard to the bridging of the Seymour Narrows, has not learned  pterins of the peace treaty agreed much .from, Hon. Martin Burrell,  the federal minister now on the  coast, who���������was at the provincial  capital yesterday. Mr. Burrell  expressed the opinion, in regard  to the project, that it would be  necessary to have a-moke" comprehensive survey and estimate  of cost than could be prepared in  time for the approaching session  of parliament.  "When we consider that this  project has been before the public of this province, and in particular before the citizens of Victoria, and that the opinion of a  number of engineers, together  With two careful surveys,"are on  record regarding it, it should not  seem necessary to go to the expense that Mr. Burrell suggests  in order to secure some expression  from the Government.  >tates an    , ������������������  ���������. - v ,       ,  European Diplomats Were Outwitted by Warlike  Leaders of Smaller States  k  Mr. J. M. Rolston and party, I    There was quite an exodus ivy  consisting of' Messrs' P. B. Free- by the last boat.    The following  land, R. Lowe, H. Rolston, E.  Hill and Chris. Allertson, arrived  in Bella Coola after an extended  trip through the interior..  were among the passengers from  here: Mr. and Mrs Iver Fougner,  Mrs P. A. Peterson, the Misses  Joliaha'Oveson, Anna Urseth and  ! Anne Livelton.    Messrs T. Svcn-  Turkey Shows Grim Determination to Fight to the End  Vienna.���������Many Albanian villages to the north of the Bavaria  River are in flames, according to  a despatch to the Neule "Frele  telegraphs:k,   ;7    ; V   \'   ,    '  ' 'Europe stands on the threshold- of a general conflagration in  the Balkan's; an '���������: event which is  -r, r r, .. ,r fraught with the gravest possi-  Presse   from   Cattaro.      Many;,.., .       ��������� .        ���������������������������-...    k���������  Mr.   Rolston 'represents''Cart-  wright,. MathesOn^ Co., Consult- json'  R  Qpshon, Ingyald Olsep,  ing Engineers of Vancouver, and 01e a 01sen and, John Johnson  since April has been engaged in  fugitives, including some wounded men, already have arrived at  Scutari. Scores of peasants who  fled to the frontier posts at Szam-  bilities in view of the all too'i'm-  i perfect accord at present existing  between the great powers. :  St  J  JL  England Still Leads  London Truthi which seems to  11'������,  *v  3fcT  Wf'  -  ftV* ^retain some of the Laboueliere  k ^pungency, thinks it strange that  %������ ^-Premier Borden should find it  *', v, ^necessary to say that England is  ?-'[ not dead; or dying. Truth says  Y%$he idea of decadence is due to  'Ttij&She Tory writers, and that these  j    I am in a.position to state that  ��������� the    action   of   Montenegro   in  esi where slain by Montenegrins. | breaking relations with the porte  Shots are reported to have been j and declaring war, was not ah  exchanged   today   between  the I hasty action/inspired by the per-  Turks    and     Bulgarian    troops  occupying advanced positions.  Loudon. ���������The   Daily   Mail's  special correspondent in Vienna  sonal ambition of fcKing Nicholas.  It was the first 7move in a most  carefully   pre-concerted   p lan, ;��������� found the ranchers in the Chilco  making a thorough examination  of the country traversed '''between  -Bella Coola and the Peace River.  Mr. Rolston and party left Bella  Coola on. May 1st, and obtaining  a pack train at Anaham lake, commenced, the long trip north. .] The  route followed in nearly all'cases  being .off ..the ������������������main pack .���������tr.-.'iils,'  Mr. Rolston was able to see and  report, on a large area of country,  of which at present there is very  little known. Mr. P. B. Freeland  made an extended trip,/covering  all the large area of country between the Blackwater and Nagco  rivers, followed a 7 difficult trail  over the Atclie.mountains to the  Chilcotin  river.      Mr.   Freeland  elaborated by ;the Balkan League  and Europe.  ���������s������wries'are. swallowed in Canada,  ^alid   tend   to   give   us '".'swelled  heads.   Truth is quite right about  a certain class of alarmist writers  in England.    The singular thing  about them is that,  while they  ' "raised the alarm about decadent  ' "Englishmen,   they, sneered   at  * toeasures adopted to improve the  , standard of English health and  strength, such as Lloyd George's  insurance against sickness.   Th.?y  described temperance legislation  as grandmotherly,  although intemperance is the greatest of all  , means of sapping the strength of  the nation.     Kipling, instead of  f f.  ^helping   those   who    raise    the  {Standard of healtli and strength,  Piercely attacked   the "flanneled  ''Idols'' who play cricket, breathing  'fresh   air  and keeping  their  muscles in good condition.    But  Truth must not jump to the conclusion that these, stories of English   decadence   are   e a g e r 1 v  swallowed   in   Canada.      Int.elli-  . gent peo])le. in (Canada are neither  ^scared or apathetic about the con-  'idition of the masses of Lhe people.  They know that the main defence  of the nation, in. England as in  Canada, is the soundness of every  man,   woman   and* child   in   the  nation.-- Toronto Star.  tin district very optimistic about  the future and apparently with  very good cause, as all the country  traversed was excellently suited  for grazing purposes, and the activity in railway construction on  the G. T. P., gave them a splendid market for their stock and  produce.  Mr. Rolston and party on reaching Fraser lake travelled to Fort  George, then via Crooked river to  Fort McLeod and returned to  Fraser lake via Fort St. James,  this latter Fort is situated on  Stuart, lake and is the Hudson  Bay Co. 's principal post in the  North. Supplies were obtained  here for- the long trip back to  Bella Coola.  Messrs Rolston and Freeland's  combined report, after having  ridden over four thousand miles  in the five months, favors Bella  Coola Valley the most.  MAP SHOWING THE ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC AND HUDSON BAY RAILWAY  FROM BELLA COOLA TO FORT DUNVEGAN.  Jottings of Bella Coola and District  Messrs G. A. Miller and W. F.  Roland, two mighty nimrods of  north side of the Bella Coola river  about two m'des above the lower!  i meat was not as necessary  to  health as a dry skin.    They took  j vengeance on four foolish grouse  j on their way back.    They arrived  at Mr. Rowlands home Tuesday  - night,  highly satisfied with the  the gun. have been pining for the j bridge.    At an altitude of some i comforts offered by ' 'home sweet  8,000 feet they laid their burden '��������� ^ome "  down and camped for the night. , .  .      ;--  Tuesday morning was not clear;    A  quiet weeding took  place,  COMING!   COMING!!  If you havo sore, weak, tired eyes or  have persistent Headaches or nervous conditions, or need perfectly  fitted glasses consult  DR. INMAN  Eye Specialist of Vancouver and  Prince Rupert,  BY EI'ECIAL  REQUEST  HE WILL  HE  IN  $clla  Coola���������One   Week  Sunday, Oct. 20, to Sunday, Oct. 27.  wilderness all through a long and  strenuous season. At last the  longed for respite came when they  could shoulder  their guns, climb  the mountains and seek the larger j  game in its native lair.  Monday   morning  early, with guns, provisions an  It speaks well for the young-  people of the place when they  aspire for an education.  Four of our young men have  left for the high schools of Vancouver- and Everett, where they  will spend the winter in equip-  in g themselves for the tasks which  Another , railway party made  its entry into Bella Coola on Sunday. It, is in charge; .of Mr. R.  Lowe, and will work from the  upper part of;the valley-. It proceeded on its way last Monday  and intend to return in about six  weeks,   s.7       k;  Itk reported that still another  tc6mp:my of , railway surveyors  will come in tomorrow. . Under  the circumstances ' no one can  blame the Bella; Goola people.for  believing that .there is consider-,  able substance to the talk about  a railrcad'to Bella Coola.  Mr. Frank K. Hicklenton, has  with his family, moved to Martin  iSfygauards farm, which he has  rented for the nex t year.  ; The "Courier" is in receipt of  so many compliments as to its  make-up and contents that the  editor and'printer are contemplating a strike for better pay.. It  is to be hoped that when the  strike is declared, that it will be  possible for constable Broughton  to protect property, avoid bloodshed and maintain order.  The latest compliment received,  and which will be held responsible  for this expected uprising, was  received from a prominent manufacturer of Vancouver, who  writes: "Enclosed please fine! a  dollar for subscription to the  "Courier" and having had some  experience in the newspaper business permit me to congratulate  your company on the most creditable appearance of the paper  throughout.  One of the settlers on the  Klene-a-Klene River, informs us  that an Indian, One-Eye by name,  having his home in that locality,  was found dead near the bank of  the river. He had been missing  for about three weeks, his two  daughters .and their husbands  with another Indian, Tulin, had  been hunting for hi in. Th y  found him with his clothes tied  round his neck. The theory is,  that in fording the stream, he  was attacked by cramp and died  after reaching the bank'.  in one sense, but still it was clear Wednesday evening, at the house  of Mrs Nordschow, Hagensborg,  Mr. Albert Hammer being united  j that  the  weather  clerk was  in;  n-ight and!leagUe  with the g������atS'  beCaUSe j to  Miss  Edel   Norschow.     The  d | after a climb of 800 feet from the j Rev.   Sageng   officiated.     T h e  blankets, they began their ardu-! eamp, it rained so hard and per- ��������� Courier  extends its  congratulu-  ous climb of the mountains on the! sistently that they decided goat tions.  person.  a country, starting on a career of !-  development, holds out to every J For   Real    Bargains,   Real  strong, intelligent and enlightened j   Values, visit B. Brynildsen  j &.   Co., compare   our   low  | prices, take  ������rito consicler-  Mr. S. E. Dawson, manager of:[ :ition   the    high    standard  the Manitou cannery at Kimsquit, 1 ^ality of our merchandise  tl :   and vou wll  be convinced  will, party, were among the pass-; | of   ^   gemiineas   of   our  engers   of   the   Venture   gcing.gj  South.  low prices. ;.W  t* <  f> "'1.1  h^1  'Mi1  BELLA  COOLA COURIER  ScturJay, October fo,  /9/2 ^  The Courier  Published Weekly at Bella Coola by  the Bella Coola Publishing Co. Ltd.  '  .     SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  ���������       Canada     ^ ,  1, Year ;  ...'....' .7, ".$1.00  ii Months '..\. /:.... ,--.---;   0.75  ������ Months %.'.    0.50  > ^       United States  i; y^ar..:.*..: .-....-. ,$i.so  United Kingdom  1 ,Year $2.00  Subscriptions pay&ble in advance.  TO"  ">: >,���������������,  ���������f'O'f '"*  m  Subscribers not receiving their copy  re>ularly please notify the management  ax once. Changes in jiddreas"should be  ss/.t in as soon as possible. '    ' a '  For Advertising' Rates,  Apply at  -' -    '  ,. ?   ,V   O^  ' . f  -\ '   '-  To Q.WIHESPONDENTS���������NolettersTnJi bernbiishcd  ' < in the Cout'ei ������.;x<:cpto\������jr tl.e wijier'a s'gniture.  *���������   The Ed.Uir leswvesrthe r.Jrlit to. rl fine pub.5-  t cation of asy letter,H   AH^niiinuscnpt sx vrx,������er'B  Vancouver Office - -.309 Empire Building  5&k"-^ *���������  -/'.  r', "i^aluu piipuU supVrnta ?at Irak  >*������!������&.. ^ ^ SATURDAY, ^OCTOBER 19,1912  k#Ak*! "'   "' ' ���������   &>W...1*     ���������      J- .   ������,     >r-J7   -      J  .4"  #k������kk ,'  s-V- <, )'"; '  L#VkV,  te^k<  A-K< ���������*��������� '  ('S'^k-'' i.  "^ "A: Disgrace to the,  .;ri>  *'.  *.' A-������-  Gbrhmunity  1 -k'������,''- It is'ribt a pleasant task to call  ,'attention-to the seamy things in  ���������-,'  the-neighborhood/!  ,But'if it is  -'-" necessary in-'orderj to bring about  / , "arbetter.conditiori/'it^becoraes a  -   ' *\duty, which should not be shirked.  H'JVf/f ���������>;."'' A public 'journal, 13 not fulfilling  .its'-mission'if it .fails to criticize"  "wrongs that can be righted.    ,'  *r" We notice that 'several ���������of the  Gleanings From Interviews With Surveyors  and Party  J. M. Ralston, B. C. L. S.,., left  last Sunday oh S. S. Venture for  Vancouver. Mr. t Ralston who  has been in charge of a party of  surveyors engaged in locating the  line for the Pacific & Hudson Bay  railway, a proposed line to be constructed from Bella Coola as the  Pacific Coast terminus to Fort  Dunwegan, in the -Province of  Alberta? then to connect with the  railway system from ihe east and  also the line nbwjunder constrac-  tion by the Dominion Government  known^as ;th'e Hudson ,Bay Rails' '  C .J" -  v/ay. i Mr."- Ralston's' party left  Bella _Coqla in Ajtril'last and have  'been'on the go; some "five months  and iri'that tirhe'h^ve pretty much  looked over the whole section  from, the 'Pacific Coast terminus  at* Bella' Coola to ^Fprt McLeod  near the Pine'River Pass where"  , , ' >     " ,        '       ���������' '    '     '  the proposed' railroad1"will cross  s '     H   L. ', r     ,y ' ������  the Rocky mountains/'  \ Some.little time was1 spent"at  Fort McLeod'iri looking over-land  in the vicinity. (The climatic conditions' etc.,1 were also carefully  noted. ������It was decided that ..the  party on the return should look  overthe surrounding coun try-both  :        .mi -         _"  as* to possible gradeandland as  ��������������� ���������    ������,'  the chief aim of the promoters is  that.the road shall open up en-  tirely'. hew ;country and run"  through the best section' of agri-  cultural, land. ' After' consider^  able exploration'it was decided  by the four engineers that the  Bella Coola  BY MRS Bl F. JACOBSEN  The eighteenth anniversary of jheet with Jhe.Ashcroft road; so  the colonization of this valley \yilij we, hopej1 before many years, to  be celebrated on the 30th inst, see parties of tourists travelling  in automobiles as weir as by train  uMinanTn ���������*~~- ' "  T|   ~~~~.^...~MM*r~  and yet, it is only now, after all  these years* thattlie people, *but-  side of our-small world, are beginning to realize that there is',  such a place as Bella Coola somewhere up along the coast of British Columbia1!!''"    ..-��������� *y ^'-'  , A few visitors have.been coming in for a short time in the  summer for the last two to"thre6f  Ve'ars,  and it has been quite  noticeable that Ayhoever canv  >i  repeated the visit the 'following  year.,*-'  This>jpast summer we, have had  a larger share of visitors than  usual,'a-Vd they all unite in their  praises of our valley.  Our climate, pur .beautiful  snow-tipped mountains, our for:  ests, our river, and streams, ,even  our, homes' in fact,-3 has been ,a  revelation to them: for they'came  between the port of Bella Coola  and AShcroft-and other places of  the country .behind this valley.  i.'0ui: .winters are as beautiful as  oiii" summers, and permits"of just  as much enjoyment and 3port. -���������  1 The thermometer seldom falls  below'zero, "and we usually get  just enough to, make perfect  sleighing. Very good skating we  also get for a considerable time  in the winter, and. is enjoyed by  young and old.  When the Port of Bella Coola  develops; sufficient, it������ will have  its sporting club, which will prepare some small fobthill for the  purpose of tobogganing, this'with  ski runnjng/ shooting and fishing  will' make Bella Coola a sportsman's paradise all the year round.  The scenery is such that a lady  Are You Interested  In Watches and  HlGH-GRADE      We arethelar*  Jewellry?  est  manufacturers   of  STERLING   SILVER-  WARE in Canada.  Then write for our Illustrated Catalog  which will be ������ent free to your dddreaa  ' IP YOU HAVE TO BUY A  WEDDING PRESENT THIS FALL  CONSULT OUR CATALOG  We carry all Hues of quality Silver-  plate Tableware and Cutlery as  well as Leather Goods, Brass  Goods and Rich Cut Glass.  HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.  JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS  Vancouver, B. C.  GEORGE ,E. TROREY  Managing Director  LOCAL  NEWS  expecting' so little and find so  p#k,V;k  Ms&'i. ���������*���������-���������  wkk ,*\  l^l!CvfV( .people'-pf ,the valley'have.in the   (^_ .      .^ .  ^^;\^})p^t;year^D(^ to, go [nrst route followed was:the best,  .v,,,-, , -������������������^^ to . distant places to seek I and the party stuck to this route  !K^V"i;'���������'"-      meclicai;treatment.  'Atthepres-  are five such  81  'iifi  .   en't, time - there  '" abroad/seekir.g cures, which they  should/ami .ought to find right  -here. At a cost of several thousand dollars, obtained by subscription and by aid from 'Dominion  and ���������Piovincial Governments, a  -hospital and doctor's residence  have been built and several wards  in,the hospital furnished/ But  thf^e buildings stand empty and  are never used now, except for  ��������� an occasional slay oC the doctor,  at th*; residence. The Dominion  'dfiCl Provincial Governments are  both granting aid to a resident  physician m JheaiW <if $������>Q0 each.  This'se exper.r-Ive buildings 'are  left UKC&rcd for, to deteriorate  for lack vi use. The grounds are  presenting an unsightly appear-  4 ante by glowing up wilh brush,.  Anyone viewing these things  from the outside need not be told  that there is something radically  wrong. We who live here, 'all  know it is so, and yet the people  hesitate to remedy matters.  lhe trouble is mainly to be  found' hi the character of the  resident physicfan. He is altogether lacking in . energy. He  seems entirely indifferent as to  his duties. It is only at irregular  periods he can be found or roused  at all, and then unusual persuasions are required to make him  give his professional services.  v    He is more active as a politician  r .than a physician ; anxUas a poli-  ��������� * '"��������� '        ������������������?/..->��������� .   t!  , v.tician he was seized upon by a.  certain .clique in the community  to help fortify the members in  their-positions and vent their  spleen on those who disapproved  of their ways. Complaint was  made to the ..Government of the  conduct of the resident physician,  but because he was a leader in  nearly  the whole of' the Preturn  journey. ������ -        , '��������� .  W. Meyerstein; B. CL. S., accompanied the party, represent-  ting the B. C. Government in the  classification of land. ,  ' This part of the line from Bella  Coola to Fort Fraser will serve  the great Ootsa Lake .and Francois. Lake district. At Fort Fra-  ! ser it will cross the Grand Trunk  Pacific and running in a northeasterly" direction to Fort St.  James on the Stewart Lake.  Fort-St. James is said" by judges  of nature to be ,the most picturr  esque place in B. C, if not in all  Canada. From Fort St. James  It will run by way of Fort McLeod  through Pine River Pass and con-  tinue down the Pine River to  Fort Dnnvegah.. The length of  this proposed railway ftom Belia  Coola to Fort Dunvegan will be  about 480 miles.   ~ 4 1 ,    ������������������������������������      " "  ��������� ��������� ' ' '   duties he was paid out of the  public funds to perform.    The  Courier is glad to learn, however,  that the Dominion Government,  upon representation, have withdrawn its aid.  This article is written for the  purpose of appealing to the people  of Bella Coola to rise and shake  this disgrace from them. They  owe it* to themselves to bring  iabout a change. ��������� They owe it to  their reputation, which is become  a laughing stock and a by-word  along the coast. We would  suggest a public meeting be held  and steps taken to secure a resident physician who can take  charge of the hospital and lead  in all matters pertaining to it.  It is the wish of the Courier  much,  both in natural  beauty,  comfort and hospitality.  a Over and over again,this sum-  mer we have been asked: "Why  is it we' have never/been' told of  the existence of this nature's  pleasure" ground , before ? \JQiy  have you kept it, to yourselves so  long?" , . ;;-, /;.;/,   -  The fact-of-the matter is;J;hat  we have .been only too anxious to  share the ^pleasures And advant  ages of^Bella Coola-witjh_ people;  from the outside world, but those  of us who have tried to tell of its  splendid climate , and^ beautiful  scenery have met with every discouragement,  we  were never  believed!   Those of our listeners  who were too courteous to say  that they' did  not, believe  us,  would listen with a patient smile  that all top well implied that they  imagined  we  saw   Bella  Coola  throughrosecolored glasses as all  our interests were centered there,  so we gave up trying to convince  other people and settled down to  who visitou" the valley this,sum-  mer and who has travelled over  a considerable portion of Europe;  remarked \ that in looking out  through, her, bedroom, window  here, she imagined herself back  in Tyrol;-      - /  We" who live between these"  mountains year after, year, are  apt to lose sight of their beauty  and wish they were a; few hun-^  dred feet lower, especially on the  south side of the valley, as that  -would give iis" more of the sun's  rays in winter.  A New"YGrk gentleman -ft ho  camped here for several weeks  this summer oh the bank of our  principal trout' stream, was loth  to leave, for he said -he could sit  for hours and gaze at the mountains and yet hunger for another  look.  The Bella Cola Vslley is situated at the heal of North Bentinck Arm, Tunes Channel, about  400 miles north of Vancouver and  about'200 n iles south of Prince  Rupei t. It is about 70 m iles long,  enjoy our peaceful home life, con- avenging in width fron one and  The advanced season makes it  hard to keep men at work on the  telegraph line. This week two  men,-Messrs Kelly and Bennett,  came down from .Hanceville  where they had arrived in wqrk-  ing on the telegraph line.  These men say there is no hope  that the line will be in operation  beforevthe new year.  m  pi  W\'  In  iI'  Ml  politics the  Provincial   Government decided that if he was a: that these things will be adjusted interior country.  tented with the conviction that  our Valley w. s just as beautiful  and our climate just as good  whether uninteiested people believe it or not.  'This inlet cuts 65 miles inla'nd  away from the coa3t, almost  through the Cascade range and  therefore it is" quite evident that  our climate must be dry like that  of the inland. ���������    ,  It has been said that Bella Coola  is the most picturesque spot on  the Coast and it will only take a  trip up this valley to verify that  j  statement.  This is a most'ideal locality for  the tourist. We have mountains  and, glaciers for the Alpine, cllrrib-  ers<; an abundance of trou;t in our  rivers and streams for the fisherman; bear, wolf, deer and mountain goat, to say nothing about  *  rabbits, grouse,- etc. for the  hunter.  A wagon road extends some 28  miles up the valley, and after that  a good trail continues through the  We are told  a half to three^miles; bounded on  the north and south sides by high  mountains.' The valley contains  about CO, 000 acres of the richest  land, that will produce the  choicest of fruit, vegetables,  grain or hay. Bella Coola apples  took firstprize for apples grown  north of the 52 parallel" af, the  last year's Vancouver Fruit Show.  Pears, Plums, Cherries and all  kinds of small fruits are also  grown.  '. Pur,potato can hold its own  with any on the market, and  every other vegetable will with  proper care do its best on our  soil ^~~~  Our exhibition at the end of  this month will be a surprise to  many, as a greater variety of  vegetables will be shown this  year than ever before ; we only  wish that it could be exhibited in  Vancouver and Prince Rupert as  well. It would be a. splendid advertisement for the farming industry here if collections of our  "One swallow does not make a summer."   But one purchase from  <B..fBRYNILDS������N & CO.,  makes $ou o satisfied customer.  Mr. F. E. Jacobs, of^Nez Per-  ces, Idaho, came upon the last  steamer and left Tuesday for a  three weeks trip to Salmon River  and Blackwater. It is his intention to examine the lands in those  sections with a view of bringing  a large number of his neighbors  to settle there.  The scheme of settling on an  extensive scale has its advant-  ages; roads, schools and mail  facilities will then be provided in  a comparatively short time.  A meeting of the Lower Bella  Coola ConservativeAssocation will  be held at 6.30 p. m. on Saturday  19th October, in the Mackenzie  schoolhouse. ������  The man who wants to give you  something for nothing ; there  must be something wrong with it.  W������ ar������ not here to give stuff away,  but to give you the vary boat values  possible for your money.  3. BRYNILDSEN A CO.  Ocean Falls ,  (FHOMOUK RESIDENT COBIlLSPONDENTj  ��������� ' The Ocean' Falls   atmosphere  has been badly ptinctured hy n.\  drops during the past few weeh  and sunshine is at a premium  But  when' old   sol' chases the  clouds awaj^and causes the rainbow 'to appear among the mists  of the Falls, were it only for a  few miriutes, the sight is enough  to gladden the hearifbf the most  confirmed pessimist, and is not  easily forgotten.  Our population is on the in- fj|������<  crease; a young lady made her  first appearanceat the residence  of Mr. Frank May on Wednesday,  and the neighbors are extending  congratulations. -  Dr. Jamieson is spending bis  vacation   in   Victoria',   and   Dr T  t  Schlichter is taking charge of the  hospital during his absence. ':  The breaking of one of the  large belts in the big saw mill  ���������caused delay this week; repairs  were made in record time and  everything is now running  smoothly.  The coal strike caused several  boats to miss their usual call at  the Falls this week. The Cit-  riana expects to coal at Tacoma  next trip.  )  m -h.  WE ARE RIGHT TO THE FRONT WITH  QUALITY, PROMPT SERVSCE, RIGHT PRICES  The Clarke-Stuart Co., Ltd,  ^tattuuers    printers    Hookbtntara  VANCOUVER,   B, C.  Rubber Stamps, Loose Leaf Devices and Billing Systems  TRANSITS, LEVELS, CHAINS, &c, and  everything for the Surveyor and Architect  Instruments Repaired by our Experts     We Blue Print for Yon  For Immediate shipment���������SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT  DESKS, MAPS, GLOBES AWD HY LOP LATE BLACKBOARDS  PRICCb   AND   SAMPLES   ON    REQUEST  produce  could   be   exhibited  in  supporter of the party it did not at an early date, and our sick that the Government intends to!some prominent store or office at  matter if he did not attend to the people be cared for at home.        I extend the wagon road and con- thes<i places.  UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C., LTD.  Bctscowitz Steamship Co., Lt(L  REGULAR "FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE  BETWEEN    '.  BELLA COOLA and VANCOUVER  C C 'VPNTITRIFteaves Vancouver every Thursday at 11 p.m.  ^l^Iit^l^iHl Leaves Bella Coola Sunday morning  S. S. "Capilano" or S. S. "Coquitlam" also call with  Gasoline and Explosives by special arrangement.  For rates of Freights, Tares and other information, ppply to  Head Office, Cakrai,l St.,'Vancouver; or John Bahnsley,  1003 Government St., Victoria.  SVSESK  S^E^^"!���������^ iurday,  October 19, y 1912  BELLA  COOLA  COURIER  ^plfjhe' entertainment held 'in/the  3?pS^^pe .5%' .inst,);. way'a.:;decided'  ;:;'f|J|u^  .'kl^i^fe^y. W- ;lPe4hs7''whq7was.. the.  5pal;;;pri^pter::;: Ambhg: the"  numbers of interest was a  5hf; D^k, Gharf es  Schlichtcr  h|va ��������� ;;hi.^hly,;a])j3reciated; a  Nation;byF^Ei-ougliton, ''Why  ISWfflei^luive "wings ;'*���������. a, speech  f *m������^ Miv T.' H. Hamilton; dialect  5"^   T ������k*  tJii ^r^J;i(-^S:.     ^       _ _ ( ..... ... _  flliWpSP^*311'1 .-^y'��������� fhe...:samfe,:giiei'itl%  ll^^^btb,;. l^;;:Mr:;':G^orge;;T6Wn>  Ife ^aik excel ierfk Vpicej". Mr.  ������p- ;.������larlkpi:oved::; himself .������������������ aii.  :f|^i^i^a;^3a|ij5. ap well as  slksihg;^^  ijble! prder^ Mr. Philip \Villiams  fye? several ^pleasing recitations.  jsr|lpjby^r.; ;:E;-7 Silllivarj was  |6>ahkme:^  E.v Rbcheleau, 7:;as "> chairman,  inducted; ^������7entertainment in  |iig;hly ;efficie|i ip manner TVyhich  feffipfM^fBf  ' ���������'������������������' '���������������������������'-'��������� ���������- --'-^-^ ���������������������������������������������'- - ���������*-''������������������������������������ ������������������������������������ '"'������������������ ':-'.^''.r.v.-:  |$-Jap7;ca^  ^ the' sprbcket-'ch'aihs; in the saw  aill 4ust/:before; 'closing time/and  llgine^ off ^befbre 7 he   was  re-.  seel'; ���������T'h^fobt'falid::lower par  Jthe; lirrib^sis; sey erly crushed.  le injured JimbSwas amputated  .hextrday;-^  id. Schliehterk      ;k.kk^,''-7,;,^  Camp No. 3 closed down this  week on account of High water  in'Siijmon Creek. making it difficult to hold logs at that, place/'  A  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.  Take Notice that Gertrude H. Coke-  ley of .Duncan*- B. C, occupation married  nnmHov o-f t>,������ wow Wt fni--V'in    woman> intends to apply for permission  numpei CI ttie Crew lett toi Van- ! to purchase the followingdescribed land:  couver on'the'Princess" Beatrice, !.; . Qopmencing at a post Ranted at the  j quarter post on the west Side of section  while others are'1 taking positions j twenty-six, Township six, Range III,  .      .    *, v      ,        .,, j Coast  district,   thence   North . twenty  111 the saw and 'pulp mills.   ... 'chains, thence East twenty chains, thence  <������      ,    ���������:���������:-���������. !.--....' ! South twenty chains, thence West twenty  Notice/has been received that | chain* ^ pfnt oi commm^^,nt and  y ' containing forty acres, more or less.  work would be commenced upon  the/new wireless station oh  Cousins Inlet early in the. new  year. The station will be located  one and a half miles/down the  Inlet, and "telephone connections  made with the town/ as the loca-  'k'''. ' ���������'  - v .'.d '/ "���������'.".���������'      .���������'���������',���������'''.  tion. of the town is hot,a favor-  able one 'for receiving or despatching messages by wireless.  GERTRUDE U. COKELEY.'  DutwJ  Au������uut2U, 1912.  He LEKOY S. COK E.L13V.  ���������''-..   Ajcent.  ^VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT,  DISTRICT OF COAST-RANGE III.  Take Notice that William Sutherland of Bella Coola, B.C., occupation  Itanchc-r, intends to apply .for permission  to   purchase   the   following   described j  ESTABLISHED   1864  HOE  KOE  |c  30E  HOC  30E  YAN'COOT'BR LAND DISTRICT  {jM������A  m  |rhe/hevv;p;ulp^:m  &g on br, l^fbre th  /DISTRICT QFXCvAS;rV-RANGE/III,  ;���������,7 Take Notice that Annie K. Davies,  of Ap'pleton/ England, occupation niar-  i;ied. woman,' intends to apply for, permission to purchasi the fqiiowing described land:        ,7    '.,//,.,7-..;.- .-".,."  Coiriineiicing at a post planted at the  Nprth-West coiTier of the South half of  the North-West quarter of the East half  of the Swth-West quarter of Section  lli, Township!^, ������������������>../������������������'  ;. ;:���������_'.    ANNIB KEN YON DAVIES.  ;te/l7th A'ukusi,. VJVZ. '    /���������'���������'���������'���������.  lands:���������-  Commencing at a post planted about  forty chains West from the South West  corner of Lot 16, North Bentinck Arm,  thence North, twenty chains, thence  West forty chains, thence South twenty  chains, more; or less, to shore, thence  Uiasterly forty. chains along shore to  point of commencement and containing  eighty acres, more or less.  7     WILXIAM SUTHERLAND.  Date 31st AuscuBt. t912  Goods  ooas      Doots an  Hardware  d Sh  oes  Groceries & General Merchandise  JOE  :ror:  2CTZ  VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT.  c:  Z2QE  ^ANCO0������EE LANDDISTRICT  DISTRICT ,OF CbASTklc&iaGE III.  ���������^fe.,  DISTRICT   OF COAST-RANGE III.  Take Notice that  I, Pearl  Almina  Macfarlane of Be:lla Coola, B. C., occu-1  pation married!woman, intends to apply j  for permission to purchase the following i  described "lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the  South-East corner of Lot 614 and marked  the North-East corner, thence South  along line of 617, 40 chains, thence West  31.14 chains to bank of River, thence  North-East along bank of River to point  of beginning, containing seventy acres,  more or less.  PEARL ALMINA MACFARLANE.  mm  ��������� /i'iilS  >ar^bf:^heZc^w  ^1 arnyecl^bu the; (Camostin/lhis  ������k^the bal^^  7"Take, NOTICR thatiAnnie Stockdalekfe6s^|Jth AuffUEt> 1912  731 South GoniOi-tli, oceubatioh marnea  woman, intends to appiy^oFipe2SH5=iiSiV  to purchase-the folld^.vingfiescribedland:  : ,C6irimencing at a;,t������0S:1;jjl'an ted 4V chains  Enst'6t ��������� the South-West 'eornpr post of  Timber Leaiie 43606, thence 20 chains  South. ������0 chains West, 20 chains North,  ���������20o'.c!'jSins.-JEas..t! <to poirit- of commencement, ^t>ntai nif/g 40 acres,1 more, or less;  ������% tf$\ly y&^  VANCCjUVER land  k      DISTRICT  :t>ited,^7.;':;:,-.V77.;;:'..7.,ARTUUR K GOTHARD;  .September; 1st;, IS12.     '7-:77\;7: 77; ������������������' ...AKent.  Bella Coola Land District.  pP^Spthe ..Venture.^ V"; -,7"-/r;'- "'���������;"���������'  ii^^:!11^00!^^^^01"'^ce^ '��������� district^SS/range ;3.7  |g^lls:,was;:sent/to Vancouver py. ;Take Notici/th.t ^ ArlM]r F. Gotti.  I?;-;;  u   ' fe/!|i^ptst.;Venture, :to,.bring up.-adarge.  '" &j|||||j^^ .to work  !^^P^cbnjunctiibh with pulp and saw  7-kkiimill crews.���������/' '.'"'   'm.  '  > y::^mmi '      . .--������������������7���������    ...^; ,.  !|kk!fii'Mr.. Frank  Andre has now  ^^^ffiached- the; goal of-.his ambition.  ��������� iSfpiffis' chief pursuit, this summer  ityfesiias been hunting bears; no matter  ifk%T luany. he .killed,   he still  *j$hir\ '-^hii'sted for inqre, but when after  $kV,# ������. successful season he succeeded  & ���������'' '|h killing a white;bear at Cascade  ',���������^/"Milethe retired from active life.  e is now oh his way to England  |) attend the.v/sdding of a sister.  is surmised .'.he will embrace the  ^opportunity and attend the wedd-  ing of soiiie other fellow's sister;  himself being one of the principal  parties. ��������� ' /- /..  ard, of Uella Coola,. a farmer, iutend to  iipply for* 'penhfesion to purchase, the.  following doscribed lauds: . '.'������������������������������������"'.  . '���������Gojju.i.i.ehcing'afc a post planhi?d about  2 chailkWest from tho South-East cor-  rter 'of Timber Lease 4c5G06, thence 40  oh'nins South, 20 chains West, 40 chains  North, 20 chains East, West of Lot 16  in the Bentinck Arm, containing 80  acres, more or less.  . AStTHUR F: GOTHARD.  Dated AuKUSt 30th. .1312.  BUSINESS CARDS  FURS   BOUGHT   AND   SOLD  nrveyor������?9 Loggers' and Pack-train  Supplies a Speciality  . ..raBsgaK^tsrag.^fra^^ \tf������'**&rtt^m<z&jtts^  ^SJ^asr^rsJ  ^-  DISTRICT OF CO AST���������RANGE III.  , TlikE Notice that I, Frank Robinson  of Duncans, B.C., occupation rancher,  intends to apply for permission to pvlr-j  chase the following described land:���������  Commencing at a post planted at the  North-East corner of Section twenty-  one. Township six/thence South twenty  chains, thence West twenty chains,  thence North twenty chains, thence  East twenty chains to point of commencement, containing forty acres,  more or less:  FRANK ROBINSON.  Date, September 17th, 1912.  VANCOUVER LAND  DISTRICT.  LTD., VANCOUVER,  \-  urnismnes a  ������ry Mo  VV. MEYERSTEiN  British Columbia Land Surveyor  "���������"."< VICTORIA/ B. C.  P.O. Dox  1579  T^aI? Aft���������lr'r-t-c'ass Watch Repairs  done at leasonable prices.  All work guarantsed and  postal  charges paid. Address all Work to  P. G. NOOT, 942 View Street  ���������VICTORIA, .B.-.C.  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RA1TGE IIL  Take Notice that I, Ernest Kenry  Gcthard, of Barnsley, England, occupation gentlem'an, intend to apply for  Sermission to purchase the following  escribed land:���������  Situate between Lot 127 and Timber  Lease 44219 and the West bank of Necleetsconnay River West of Lot 127  being an Island.  ERNEST HENRY GOTHARD.  Dated Sept. 1. 1912. A. F. GOTHARD, Afrerit.  VANCOUVER LAND  DISTRICT  Manufacturers   of   Shirts,   Tweed   Pants,   Overalls,  *        Tents,  Hand Knit Sweater  Goods  and  n  OVERALLS   A  JACKETS  \  iOLD     BY    ALL    FIRST    CLASS     MERCHANTS  JP-  DISTRICT OF COAST���������RANGE III/  Take Notice that John G. Massey;  of London, England, occupation gentle-:  man, intends to apply for permission to j  purchase the following described lands :!  Commencing at a post planted at the;  ������  South-East corner of  the Bella Coola>  Townsite, thence 40 chains North along I  Townsite,   thence    East   20   chains,:  thence South 40 chains, thence Went 20  chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres, more or le&s.   ; ���������       '  JOHN G. MASSEY.  Dated ?��������� FILLIP JACOBSEN  Messrs BURROUGHS, and  DEAN will  install  FOOL AND BILLIARD TABLES  at the GRAND VIEW HOT EL./ Will open on  or about October 31, 1912. with full.new outfits.  September 21st, 1912.  Agcent.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN  Agent for and Owner of  FARM, TMBER LANDS AND WATER-POWER.  IN BELU COOLA AND VICINITY  TEN ACRE FARMS A SPECIALITY  ^ After a residence of 30 years I have acquired  a thorough know ledge of the whole coast of  British Columbia, and can give reliable information of the different resources at almost any  point in this part of the province. All information strictly guaranteed.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN, Bella Coola, B. C.   ... ���������..->���������^-n, ^  i..r>>n^.-.J^-T--g:rrrr-Tv:ri--i:-rit;   ���������  i*ar^.iicum  jja'tTwa rrrr.r^mtij^������  ii-jh tfcijtttamit  ��������� nujlii'irwnm fttrniiTiirTi ���������   rtrn     - ���������     '- -1-  )) inrrr -T"irirrr" irn'm~i*i a-������������������ if.,���������r.���������rr���������"���������"rirr'iTTi���������\rr "tt rniTrrnr-Tir- *Tn'~ "-Ti~t I'liti���������iwii-M'wm Mrrri nih-nnwi  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  KCAL   ESTATE '���������'OFFICE -IK   CONNECTION  Irai-rn   Lsnd's   ar.d   inside   ppoiiei-iy  i-.aaiiSed  COME IN FOR BUSINESS: OR PLEASURE  DISTRICT  OF COAST���������RANGE III. |  Take Notice that Alfred Minsos, of j  New Westminster, B. C, occupation!  broker, intends to apply for permission ;  to purchase the following described land: j  Commencing at a post planted at the j  North-West corner of Lot 664 on the;  South side of the Noeek River, B. C, I  thence South 60 chains, thence West 60 j  chains, more or less, to the Noeek River, j  thence North and North-East along j  South shore of Noeek River, 65 chains, ;  more or less, to point of commence-;  msr.t, containing about ISO acres, more ,  or less. \  ALFRED MINSOS.     i  W-  ue.Vk.xl n.Xr.T,azxqLM������iiMj?zK**fJ* mu.*.  ass rnotograpny  Dated Sept. 23. 1912.  B. FILLIP JACOBSEN,  Ascnt.  I  1-.77  (���������'*���������  kif-  B.NDRTON^^j^  Ml VISIT IIAGENSCO?tC, FOR TWO WEEKS  ? -1 Bella Coola Land District.  ARTISTIC   WORK    .'.    .7    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED  ALL    KINDS    OF    INTERIOR    AND     EXTERIOR    PHOTOS   ���������# ���������   ������.  ml  jjThose   Derit'i:is   Work   Done   P1cf.sc   Call   Without   Delay  t-asB������o<os8>������o������Eaai>o<aK5'(  t-aisxx )<sss>t  )-tiLtti)<K3$&i>ii3xeu-oiiimii-ii-mis&-(\  I |   DISTRICT OF COAST, RANGE 3.  |      Take Notice that Warner Gothard,  j ! of Oullen House,   Barnsley,  England, ,    T  I gentleman,  intends  to  apply for per- j     o  j mission to purchase the following de-  I scribed lands:  i Commencing at a post planted about  i 2r> chaii-3 in an easterly direction of ap-  ! plication to purchase No. 30012, thence  i East 20 chains, South 20 chains, vv'est  ; 20 chains, North 20 chains  j WARNER GOTHARD.  ARTHUR F. GOTHARD, ! I  sent. '. ���������  ���������9  WHY PACK YOUR OUTFITS FURTHER THAN NECESSARY?  WE CARRY COMPLETE UNES OF THE FOLLOWING AT BELLA COOLA PR5CES:  GROCERIES  DRY   GOODS  HARDWARE  TENTS  CAMPERS   SUPPLIES  PACKERS   REQUISITES  HAY   AND   GRAIN  ooia lYiercanui  HAGENSBORG  12   MILCS    FROM   BELLA   COOLA   AND   ON   DIRECT   ROUTE   TO   THE   INTERIOR  ������m ������-***������������ tj*iK������*";iiarfu*'������YM;i������>y.\������.jBCfcyg::*y^  I'm    Dated  [Ol 1 AuKUSt 12tb. 1912.  *08K>O-������a3������-O-<JEiB'O'������M������'O-airfl*-O^aS������-< )^������HB&<>-������BB������<a><S2a^O"3KI������<0)-ai2S^O������SaBI������-<������������������5>-������KJ^  A������ent. i    I  )  _4l   ^-"iTTflfft l"ftt^ft������TBrTtfHSf rT**rr flT TT^**'g**=i*'  1    t i������  BUOBdBtfttMSBri  BELLA  COOLA  COURIER  x. AMJx&&MrvnK2i:u.i~������ataY^~v*vzs**:f f-  'A  LEADING   DEALERS   IN  Scturhy,  October 19,  11  'W  Wf  11U',.  j   r  ������  301"  non  en sVlLadies' aw  iilarens'^nofs  /SIB  nor  2iE  30E  norr  > <  hoe  <?  31^  '^3  5  Men's Suits, Shirts  and Underwear c  I30E:  HOE  H^  Pack' and-;Riding Saddles1  TENETS  ir- i> i  r ������������������   ' . e r  77" Gamp,- Heating ancS Cook Stoves  WE  CARRY  A  LARGE  STOCK  OF  FANCY  AND. STAPLE ��������� GROCERIES AT LOWEST   PRICES  H*-1     ���������*    >v  j ���������ye i ���������       - -4"    i,j      iv    "   ���������i  ,  .<. t *  i'     v...-     ^i  'V���������'  .,k tf-  -* * i*  >F  ������p������ctors;k'aiic!; Campers' Supplies  xm < f ���������  / t J      fi    2    ^  t       M   <^ ' ^      p..  l ���������* n>  ELLA  COOLA  a f f j.  ���������f     *-.-w  n  HOE  DJfnjQ  UTiF  '^3  ~kJl  !���������  to  ������  ^Advertise in  "Mi:  }&-",  '>^idhviru������        ^^������5  It  I'he' Cnl\-  Paper Published-on the Mainland  between Vancouver  and   Prince  Rupert.  !  It Reaches The Bus:nets and Professional Man, J  The Fanner,  The  Logger,  The Prospector,  The  Tourist,   The  Land Seeder, &c., &c.  rj  o  t  li  u\  n  CHRIS.   CARLSEN  H.   L.   HARRIS  LTY CO.  Choice Lots in  la C  ooia  *-..  ownsite  ACREAGE  Improved and  Unimproved  Farm Lands  WE   HAVE   AM   AGENCY   IN   VANCOUVER  L3ST   WITH   US   FOR   QUICK   RETURNS  n*%mom���������mm ��������������� mw������p  ?  i  i i  o c  SS-J  '^^ !������*% i!"H 'M% r^6  We do first-dass Job  g  Best Class Paper Used        Reasonable Pr;  ices  wmwhi maiinw  miriw 11 <Tirrwmi ���������m  WANT ADS���������TRY  A  WANT, AD. IN  THE "COURIER'  3 ID l<:  non  5j[n  !!'B  Ml  ���������L.r. * '  !?  ii  13[o  Late Bella Coola Hotel  FIRST-CUSS ACCOMMODATION AND  PROMPT SERVICE  limiiriti-fcwiii ������tn������wi������i nwnitniiiitKni.  ^f^yg**'-***Ma*r"'frrmitimMPwwimw  SUBSCRIPTON  RATES GF  BELLA COOLA COURIER.  Subscriptions Payable in Advance/  CANADA:  One Year ���������..;   Six Months :.".-.'.......-;���������.  Thuee Months .   ..$1.00  .. 0,75  . 0.50  UNITED STATES.  One Year ������������������:..:���������  $1.50  United Kingdom and.^He Continent.  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