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 rue Herald tells the tru...
regarding Investments In
this district. Consult It.
VOLUME 1,   N 0. 67
^^3>RGEHERAL§
I'J))
Wesilfcft   enquiry „„ .„
such matters.
SOUTH   FORT   CEORGE,   B.
CITY AND DISTRICT
DECEMBEK9,   1911
TheCariboo road is
declining years
The canyon crew who havi
been working at the improvement of a steamboat channel in
the Fort George canyon, returned here last week. Fred Hay-
den, in charge of tin work, has	
vastly improved conditions of uoulullng years. Th,. greu< |,j (_.
navigation there. The eastern, wa^ built by Gustavus Blin
or main channel has been rend-! Wright so manv ,,,,,., ., ,.' ...
ered navigable   by the blowin* ere l-„, . ' g0' Wl11
-t°f the reef which has S       tr7'" " ^ ^
I to impeded up-stream navigat- Vllst new area of
ton by     steamboats,   and has   /"' ?"»'""» brought   into  the
driven  them   ,nto  the  tortuous   development zone bv the local
by-channels.  The eastern chan- ion of the   (I
nel carries tl,. ln,,in volume of  through its breadth
water and is straight. The reef ude hundredsol Z
hat las been removed reached  present railroad fadliti
The Cariboo Road- Agre?h*
M* way always.
$3 DOLLARS  PER ANN U
M
The Wild-cat Prov-
\nnt_ "° In'er^rance'- Meal ,er"
IlltC ritory; Plenty of scope.
"^I^slthe traveller   bound northwart
surveyed in impossible places
and placed on the market, to be
withdrawn from sale only
through pressure brought to
bear by the government in a
roundabout   way. Take
             way.   i iiiKe   as an
The province   of British Col-  instance the   so-called townsite
, ,        .vionward        ,. ,      .   .      ...   of Birmingham, located on sev-
mee s wil h eolirleous I re'if.meni    umhia seems I o he distinguished i i   . .1     1,1
nnil.-. unu loiiitinus in , 11,1111 ni 5 era] lots across (he l( raser river
■■ind is noi   Forced to listen to I as   a    first,   -|,-,ss     stampingjfrom this'point. The promoters
Id-eat imm"'"-"   ■-' A' ' "     surveyed  the
  nam   operators of a,1!   tracts    into streets     and   lots.
,,,.-      V ■■••" ■■".■'" -'''''UZ  sorts and descriptions.  Perhaps fifteen    thousand    stakes were
is detrimental to   his own at- ' (.„t bv the local mill when the.
nosnlipm of  I'n.Inlii   lonm.   .,,-,A   tills  is due to die lar    tin      lie ', 1   •       1 1    ,
noapiien   01  neiiilil   teams  anu property was being boomed, to
tired travellers. (                           province of British Columbia is  m,irk nll- ,(l(, |())s   The govern-
Gariboo count.™ .. --'
the "Pinions odL^nXT-r8 ° Cmt cIass damping f'lT acr°ss ^e
(li-''-ls wil reS tt deveT g,'0Und for wlkk:at PvomLvs ollt^Z'l "'
rent   f   ,    iXfseS  ™    *»-*™   operate™ of a,   £_$? ^"SSta'
„.    .- , beme1   with in m'»",»t an'raoraTw'lT" SCbgy%™d'lnt0 Hfe and
^gating   the   p0rt    George construction ■ ,,     ' f°r motive whistle. _
-.von by way of .1, improved  When the l^UZneTZ     The«°°    »'«««  had wit-
sed ll1". Passing of ,., number
ui
cl.i.inne
...-oocu Lm-/lassing ol a numlii
imaoeen    forced   through lhe great armies of those bent upo
A.        . .    ,      ..   .   •     barriers of natural   engineering various enterprises in the nort
Arrangements are being made difficu]ties int/0   this section of land. The gold rush days wit
0 hold a leap year dance ... the  (|u,      vjnce ,,,,, ^-^ U     sour-dough comedy-dram,
heatre on  the night  ot  Jam.-  wi|, |)(, sll[)1,n,.(l,(l by ,|u, tour.L 1   a)1(|        '      n
ry the second. ing "car of the pleasure seeker   ..-•.-     ■
The Cariboo   nl	
.11-111 nave no remedy to'o'ffef. hTere counterfeit townsites,
There was ,-, time when B. C. nSged UP H(,>1(,|.v.for ™e Pun,os,!
mining propositions were a of levering ha,rd-eared cash out
drug in the old-world markets. of the Pockets of the small 111-
A surfeit of wild-cat floatations veftor °,n the pretext of future
had been crowding each other valm's- ,n both these cases the
upon London capital and Lon- government took some sort of
don was tired of them. Then J"'''™ but uncertified action
Whittaker Wririit.   the king of  Z }}U the promotions,    l>.-n.g
if
Ion
ha\
. . .__.-•» . tto    til
ty well cancelled by now.
Dan Brewster,     a local con-
wtor,     completed    the   new
•idge across the slough on the
udson.s Bay property recently
1 replace the old structure of
ck pine poles which has done
rvice for a number of years,
e new    bridge is    well con-
ucted and is built to last.
The coast press has begun to
ake no the matter of boosting
ir a Peace river railroad from
ancouver.  They are afraid of
ising the trade of this country
y competition    from    Edmoii-
and    Alberta.    They    will
e to     get     one very   quick
^^_^__^^^^
Th
str
,  uauseaeveiopment of i  , J —™ »™ m*?9 'TT1.*. °Z
lode minerals   with the advent it,e m'u,'ket f?,d and deeded to
<.f railroad  transportation had the public which would have re-
begun to awaken the interest of   nia'nL'd  m J*>» ;state(1°   "atlVe
the mining   world   scuttled to vfdure> undefiledby the survey
other   Gelds.     The public   had stakes which gridiron their sur-
cheerfully   supplied   cash in ex- f?ce and dls :m^msh. *hem from
change for nicely printed share ;the surrounduig   wilderness   as
certificates until the graft was . towosites, had the government
worked   out  and    the net-rich-, at ) lctona takea the n.ecessafy
rpiick     promoters      exchanged < actlon . to   guard    against   the
their '•sucker lists" and sought floatation of    wild-cat proper-
other means 0f   seperating the  V08,'     e de,voted a great
coin  from      credulous   ones in  deal of ,sPace to the exposure of
fields and pastures new.                 *?£■ goorge   properties  which
Of late    years   the townsite  Wl11 °la™ify undl'r the wild-cat
fakirs seem to have challenged  lieadmg, and have been floated
the supremacy   of   the mining-  under    misrepresentation.    All
stock vendors    to   the almost Wlld-cat townsites of course de-
total   extinction   of- the latter Pend    absolutely   upon misrep-
UKi
It
dian
derly
anet
the li;
tdian
£ now on his way to The   in  n,,.(    ;,,_;.;--^Vl.H-;  ^J V^n^ I,,:..i;r "; A''':''r'Iv •,'"-i h<; '-^' A'^ ^^n.- ,,.—i-^, -s as tast as
#rK?rt° ,"!" inco'ning throng,   the   sti,    o    rem     "'     ■?."     ' .   a"   °Wnsites mvv^- ex- !,l,"-v sPrinS "P. but the press is
n,e ""'•■•'u •"» p - '       svliave •   1    T1     7 tho??0n land deeded by  ^"d ''"   .most   cases by the
r,.,     . " oiling tin-out,-.   (|„,   si,,,,,,.,      .-    ,,„,,.,.,  1        .,. ' . "■■   """ll-" surveveti, ex- :"".'  »I'"»B up, mu iiie press is
"r", ""• Jail has been built     '"' ' "r,,lld hf frequently bee,,  which they have ,''  TuPimM ,h,w"" land cl led by  ^gged in    most   cases by the
ils bee,, kep( very busy   In-     qTted ,0 devole some space ed   by   coun 1,-s ■ ^snnr.ch'    l"('   C*?™    prior to   the year; Zry advertisments that induce
8 of   the drunk  and disor-   '" „ih\,,an*?   of these "knock-  tongues   ZI  bv    Z TTg  'f90- ^ have noted   th« liter,  the small investors to sink their
' bl'and are regular occur-  T.  ' VrhZ\ '" Gutter thqsa  words of trained nb^lU ''' "' r;ml< °«t-nnd-ou< wild-  P('""y-I>ank hoardings into the
7«*s since the   distribution of r<"",'.mis ,u,lh  lamentations re-      Awav with fnlU ,',". ,1 '''_    Pl'omotlons strengthened by   Proposition     misrepresented in
the "r«t    pavmenl   fo   the Tn   f ^ *h8 ^ile mvings of the      Kxi,\|       , ,'     -'"i',,h"s"is'.     statements in (heir advertising  their columns.
djan reserve,' act!    So, 1, J  d?P«*»*>ve wayside dwellers to a cloud of Xl   d,S      "^ '"   'W1™ tha1   lh" government     .'''"   government    would   be
Magistrate    ||(.n„,   i, ,,..',;.  w h.°.m °"r    remarks are appli-      Ready ihe    h    .,,, '" !'" Pn,vil"'" of British Col-  w!s.e,to '"''"- down legislation
th" red men thei   ot.es  7 '"'     '"T, ar;' CeHain houses      SSt, ' ..,, 1     ,    ""ll,la .a»d the Promoting firm   wh^ would require land which
are "ot o„|v distastefu I 1 > "g ""' Caribo° road wl*re vancoment P1°Spc"tj "'", ad- were Jomt owners i„ the prop- °wne" d^>red to townsite to
public |n,t •',„•.,;„.,',.,   1       1 nn.. ','.n'-v- r° tb- Poor suffering pub- h,avo.certain   qualifications, or
-ateneestif't;        it,.'-;';,;?,       ^ ESTATE TRANSACTIONS    :     •     •     • "' J*? ™° , a™re fha'f  _ \ \ J" assurances of the owners of
ibout -our   ree, ,1 N.  II    Weslev    ul,     .      V, '    * townsite could not    be on the  the   ?xPenditure     of a certain
ai'- '       ,''l""'",i  Purchased    he   ore  mnt5ft  """' ""'""' * '° subdivid« "to Zi^ ""!"ss   the ^vernmenS ^ '" the .de^opment of the
.. ,   , Henry     Co,,   „-,.      ,.  '        ,.'     ''"'T,'1^' .tracts' Tho l<>(  ix gen-  he]cl a '""-'luarter interest, tliis ^te governmg such assessment
A report of the sale of the In-   ,-ive,-' f,,, , S ,    . °r     "'" "I;all-\,,'",l"'-l to as the "Lusby  S8Um? to add "'" ear marks of: ^ ' '"  ^feage,     pro rata. A
an   reserve    in    the Victoria   is Ilm    ,]">' ' ',„'     l.(" W  f'""'•    ils i(    was at one  •„^"ine„ess   to   a   proposition  ^andard sir.eSlot should be in-
^s. appearing as a teleg- .;,. ' ,, .' fr ,l"' '".I sdlwh- tie pre-emption of ,-, man of ov» whioh some faint evanes- !sls,('d »P«»i. and in places where
aPnic despatch from Winnipeg |,„' , ', ,.' T% ,1 t"",V (hal "•'""" vvho was drowned _°ni ,slmdow '"'doubt might numerous additions are being
w a rather mixed up announce   S ' A"n''''  in " cano° ardent in the Gis   f,ave hovered M'm' the eves of Hd   'A, differen1    owners, they
"ent- Apparently Mr. Eeginald " v* ..... 1 , , , , , ., combe rapids with two others Z?or ,ton dollar a month in- 'Z°m be required to confom
'• Randall, one   of the assist-    uu •!. -T  , co,,lslder;      Chas   G     )l-„.|.'l,-,,v , h'estor, the    legitimate prey of r°«??me sort of system,
"ts in the local land 1!        abb 'nagni ude for the time ol   „,„„„';,    V.   U   L SZmm]  %flim-flammer. '    '       '    Witness the   wild mess   made
rived 1
he a
poney
''Chief
n Winnipeg and gave out
nnouncenient   that      thi
aad    deen paid oul
Joseph    Quah    and  ins
rees."
H is t,
augh.
iiiLucss one   wild mess   made
 ; ■   '- manager of   the    Port Geo7ge! ™i__'"S!__?oi   the G. T. P.  jT^ ot to.^ites_ hereabouts,
r- year, was closed here tins week Trading and Lumber Company   through a remote   part  of the  J P T Nfha0°   r.mI" Zlf
it   by M. C. Wiggins, who negoti- 0f this place,    recently   purch-  province, far removed from the   "'"' \Z   townsited  20,000 25-
ie ated a deal transferring Lot 483 ased a lot adjoining the Bank  present  railroad systems of B.   !001   ots' Some of their addit-
0 from W. L. Collins and associ- of B. \. A. on whieh he iniends  ('., have   given   (h,e real-estate J°nSJmVe     7 °"        "",
is ales, of Quesnel, to .lohn Bron- to erect a residence in the early  fakirs a .nag.iifieie.it opportun- f°     •   paSt-th.reeiryear8 mdZ?
ger, of this place, for the sum spring.  \.  II.   Wesley   pul  the  itv to play their game  to tbe  "°w '" lmv,l'('l>' the same state
'of ,11,000. The intention of the   sale through. limii   »»   1	
.......       ...    imi
limit,   We   have seen  townsite,'
CONTINUED ON PAQBTWO, CASSIA* LAND DISTRICT,
111  the l'Unco  Rivet  Lnml Dislf.ct-
TAKK notice  tlmt  John   H.   Pinchbeck,
,,[ Sl cm, 11. C, occupation merchant, in
teiuls tn apply  for l*™^'™^:  lmtch&sc
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING CO.   3;'!Tr2 S cKii"?
FORT GEORGE
PUBLISHED BY  THE
CASSIAR   LAND   UISTRICT.
Ot llu- Peace Itiver L.iinl District.
TAKK notico  that  Angus McMilliun, "i
Vancouver,   H.   C,   ocettpalioii   gentleman,
ntends 1" apply  for   permission   I"  purch
use tlie following descrihed lands:
Commencing  at  a  post  planted   14 mile
NORTHtRN   NltKIUH IWIIW W-       west  ol  the east  end ol  ^Z   Z T   «■<  °< th. east end ol  C chi lake,  on
DDCS1DE„, 011  thc smith side and marked     J.   11. 1.,                  ,    ,            d w.n.u.t\ "A. McM., N.
J   _   OAN1EL-C.   PRESIDE ^^      .,.„._..,    ,,,,„,      8o    chtlll.aM*    O               ^   ^..^    „„   c|,.,i„s.    thCI.Ce
Devoted   to   the   interests   oi   hurt lhcuM  wcs,    „.,  chtti„s.  theuce  not tli^l^.   8q ciui||S.     Uu_la. ,,,„.„, 35  cimms
Gourde and  the entire North
ern Interior.
J.  II.  DANIELL,   Editor.
Saturday, December, 9 1911
less  to   the   lake,   thence
chains more or less to tne mice .» m^ _ h_ ,(] „.,, ,aU. (Ir,,,, i..ll,.wi.,K
[ullowino the lake shore easterly to poim. , ^ .^ Ciist..rh. ,,, ,„,;„, ,,, commence-
0|    commencement,    containing   320   acres 1      ^   ,,,,„,,.„,„,,-(,,„ ,.,,s m„re .-r  less.
more or less.
JOHN  II.  PINCHBECK.
September,  nth,  nn.
Dec.9.
ANGUS  McMll.l.IXX.
Sept mbe,   nth.,   IQII. Dee.4.
CASSIAR   LAND   UISTRICT.
ni  the Peace  River Land Distnet.
CASSIAR   I.ANII   DISTRICT.
Dl   the  Peace   Rner   I.'"'1  District.
Fort George Trading & Lumber Co., Limited
  .nlSodaCreok.will
'fujlj transported to the
Operators of Steamers on llie Fraser, Nechaco sml   !'.','
Stuart Rivers Manufacturers cl Lumber   j;;;
AH Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber for Sale
" Bone Dry Lumber in the. Yards "
Phone: One-Cne     Mouldings
South Fort George
.    _____-^u.,       takf notice that William Pinchbeck, ol TAKE  notice  that     Sus-m   Lelbum,   ol
Slocan   _    C     occupation    merchant,   in Vancouver,  11.   C,  occupation  dressmaker,
Victoria    '•Week"    states   [VZ i, apply for permission  to purehase :„,,,„,, to apply  for permiss,011  to  purch
i,, v mat British Colimn-  ''»*--   It,! 6 miles "_£___% _f t^^9 ««-
„ il .   about    enough Of   ^ the Just side oj ^.,1,,. on , tl   ^-J^ft^ £
chas. e. Mcelroy
General Manager.
ui-w ——Ml
The
editorn
Ilia  has n....      .........    v B- „.  marked
bogUS townsites,    lillll     cites  ill- on   R.%oruer"S'"hence   south    80
tli shore am
ci rm-r"    tl ence  south    So chain
stances of the   graft as ,1  ap- thence Zj 80   chains; ^Zk:-ZZ Zt*  £?_? ^Z'^ZlJZZ
pears  seeping  through   a   VOneei ^"/dwiiiK  tlic   lake  shore  easterly   to   the ,,,, ,|lke   ,,,su-rlv   to point    ol commence-
of     apparent      genu Hess,      111 ,,„,,„   ,,?    commencemeul    conluiiiing    .^ lm.,„,  ^'^'"^^^^cres^morc  ...    ess.
the hlizeltoil Country. a°reS ""'" WIl.lTlAM PINCHBECK. September Ulh.,  191V                   1)l"••''
__. j  BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
COMPANY
n!=g^RBj5!s:«33Pei,;."!_B
CASSIAR   LAND  UISTRICT.
ill  the I'eaee  River  Land  11 sir,
Wil.I	
The   HttZeltOll   allair   IS  a   fair September,   nth,  nm.                  Dec ,
example of the workings on the  cassiar land district.
inside   of    SUC'll   a    Contingency, of the Peace River Laud Distriet,             TAKE notice that Rohert E. Barton, ol
'I he    controversy   is    between .^\^^_^lST_t-t , v-^- ZiiiZZZ *£___?&
the  promoters,  who  wrangle  as lllU.,„ls  t0  a,,|,h-  [,,r  permission  in purcli    rill,n^,illj,  described   lands-
logs   over a    mildewed     hone, ^^fVt ^fi% 7 »«-  ^iZZZ ZZ ytZo\ itf?
whilst the public await the out-  wcst
,1   llie   east   end
,1   clio i chi   lake  ot:
■A.  P.,  X.  13
lh shore anh marked "R. E. B., X.
Come   With   ll   list   full   of   money    the ^Z\ZZZ«T  So   chains;   then
iiiii ol  com
es moi1
E   ci rner." thence soutli 80 eliams;  tlicnce
.■„„„•   »,i„„    „.-.    ii...; --, -o--ner„     Ulence   sm,t|,      8o   chaln,.   IIH-Iiee , ;-(s;    S|i   chB|           „„.„„.   ,„irl|,    ,„   cllan,
lo lay on the victor.  Ihen other wes,   8o cimi„s;  thence    north  -i" eliams   ^^  m |egs tn .|u. ||lke. lh.,„..t. |,,ii,AV,„K
Complications  arise,  SUch   as the more or less to  the lnke:  llieiK* f« «wi»f    the   lake  sllnr,  easterly   t,
1           .., .            i      i       -,,    .i the shore ol lake easterly to poiiit oi com        encement, containing 64c
wheels    within     Wliee.S     in    tlie mencemcntl  contitititnK  6-|o acres  more  "i 1 ,(.ss
Grand Trunk    Pacilic  Railroad less.                        pinchbeck                         ROBERT E. BARTON.
I         il                1 ALLAH'.   IMM Illll'A is.                     Selilellllier    I'll.     llll.
Company s   ranks  themselves.       September, nth, 1911. iiec.9.       sipamiH.r i-tn.,	
Some  day the    story of the  mcTPicT                   cassiar i.axd district.
.    1           -i CASSIAR   I.AND   DISIRIll.                      f),  .,     ,,    .    Diver   i,,,,       stret.
big       transcontinental     railway 0I the Peace River l.iud District.         !        '.,,.-,.,       , Van
Company's townsite and devel- t|e  ^ ZLil_ltZ\_^ti- ' J^B^o^tWuS^'S.
opment  concern   Will  be  written   '_;_.„;    ,,;u.;„is',,,  a,,plv  for  permission   U>    ily  Ior permission  to  purchase  tlie  101-
in full. Its live shareholders will pun-iu,,, the followi.,K descrited lands:       1"*™^^"^'i;"^,    ,.„„..,,  „ „„,,s
help to tell, perhaps: An inter- ZZZ^.Z A/ffc^S! Ut LSTT^J end' „r   imo-Cd lake ?
esting   story, surely,   and one ^^-R^S^T ^jr-^S',^r|--^- S'.^Si S?__^^ SSSU'^^SSS^lS *£• *«
Very   few    newspapers   have   the wes(   8o  chajns.     „,,„,,.  ,mri],   i„  chains   west   80  chains;    thrnce  tmrtli    40  cimms
0P EPA TING
Autos     Steamboats
Send for a fulder Send foi- h folder
Stages
From Ashcroft to Fori George, and all pi ints in
the northern interior of British Columbia, carrying
the Royal Mail passengers and fasl freight.
The Palatial Steamer B.X. Awaits the Arrival of the Company's Stages
Head Office:'Ashcroft, B.C.
Frclght"cn'iElgned,to"steamei-al S id
creek will bo promptls forwarded.
A
courage to try to relate now.      m re or less to tin
The    Herald   has   hammered
,. mke;  thenc.. IollowinB   more or less to the lake;  thence lollow-ii!
rlv   tn   wiiiil   "I   com   , the   shore easterly   to  1
res inure ..r
the   lake  shore  easterly   to   point   ol   com   Ithe   shore easterly   to  1 t   "I   cm:-;
containing 320 acres  mo
FLORENCE PINCHBECK
,       , . mencement,   containing 320 acres  more  or   ment, contaiiiim- 3
and    smashed    at the   biggest j less. u,r_       \   Sevicmber Z™Z Dec,
Dee.9.
CASSIAR   LANII   DISTRICT.
01   the   I'eaee   River   l.'li'l   Distr ct.
TAKE   nuiice    that   Ada    E.   Green,   ol
,-,   I..   F.-le,  nl   Vuncouver,  11. C. occupation clerk, intends
tn   purcliase   llie
uli-d  20  miles
townsite promoting concern  in Septembcr) ,,„,, ,«„,
this   province,  in   spite of the  •       ——
,v     .        .-   -.                               1   . C\SSI\R   LAND   DISTRICT.
efforts   Of   Its   very   Complete   or- 0f thePeacc  River  I,„.d  District
ganization   to   suppress   US,   U11- TAKE  notice  that  Harvey,   L.   F.-le,  ol    Vuncouver, 11. C. occupat
^•i   .1      1                          ,       1            ,. Slocan    11    C.   occunation   lintel man,   111-    ,     annlv   (or   permissiuli
til the boss promoter has enter- ^s'"',"„,,,,,. ,„r Amission to purehase ^^j,,* (,escrji,e(1 i.„„is
ed  suits for  libel  against  Us—or the followiog'descrihed lands:                            Commencing  at  a  nnst
ulntnu   tli-it    ho   is-   nl-innt   tn   iln Commenciiig  at   a   post   planted   .   miles     .   ,  n(  lllL.  enst   end oi Choo-chi   lake  on
states that lie lit, about to tlo ^ of the Beast .,„, ,,, cimo-chi lake ,...   ,,e s„lllh s,„ n. ,,„, mttrked "A.  E. G.,
SO.   When   tlllS  matter COlllUS lxi- the   south   shore   nnd  marked   "H.   L.   F.,    N    R|   conier"     thencc    smith   80   clia-ns;
i-          .1                 .                                     -Ml.-    ,.i.riii»r "   tiience   south   8u   chains;    ,1.,,,.,.,,   u.«d|   Ho    eliains-   thence   north   15
fore  the Courts  We Can promise g;^-   ;°™"'8o S.   thence   north 35   ZtZ  more  or   less   to   the   lake;   thence
Some interesting Sidelights Upon chains   more   or   less   to   the   lake;   thence    ,,,!,,iwi„„   the   sh,,te   easterly   to   point   "I
townsite    promotion   in   British f°»°^»K   th. lake shore easterly to  pomt   ,,„      ,,R,„m,,t,   ,,„„., ning   3:0  acres  more
.,   ,       , .    '    .                  1    1 •    1     1 ol    commencement,    containing   040   jcio   i y  |ess
Columbia; the men behind the „„« „r less,
propositions;   the   methods   of „       , harvey L. f\fe
1      '                 '    ,,,           ,     e September,  11th, iqii.
promotion, and the sort oi men	
who victimise the public by in- nA';vssl,AR TnANn ^n-Sct
1                   » Ol   the Peace River I. mil  District
Dec.9.
ADA E. GREEN.
September  uth.,   .911, t)cc9
CASSIAR   LAND   DISTKICT.
01  the  Peace   Kiver  I.nid  District.
.   ■ 1 in   im-   .tne  ..   ■-   -■   'r \ u'1.-   ...iiii'i-   ili.il     Helen   Simpson,   ol
ltiating   these   promotions. TAKE ll0t|ce that Duncm S. McVannell    ZZi'iZlZy    occunation clerk   intends
The   very   parliament   build- ol sioe.,,,, 11. ?., occupaU™ Postmaster. | ^   '^ -.r ne-misaiol1 l0 purchnse tlte
ings
silent
.UL*      \ t'l V      uaillfllocuL     uuucj ....-..-,   -■   -  , .        , „„r^l,       o   a'.i. v     or   ne ss     o>     ....-■■■.—    —   r__i
1.    V-  1     • t   11        _ ' ntends  10  apnlv  lor permission to purch- «• .    ,  ,    , \fM
fS     at    Victoria   are    full     of -i,.. WW-ne described lands: ! ("[';:*'2„;.;;,".    "1   .,   posi   planl.-d   1   nrl.-   JI
jnt     partnership       men.    The      Commencing at a post-Planted_ic1 miles t o, the WMt cmi 0f Choo-chi lake on   >J_
•    _ 11   im   ' .1 wesl  of  the east  eand of Choo-clll  lake 011 ,     .      v ,   „liirhed   ^^
lgher ups.    fhoy must know  llle s„„„, shore an,i marked "D. s., Mc   !™ "2u%sh"S   ,,   .r" 0wm-e s,„„i, so ^v
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
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Just Drop In and Let Us Show.You.
Remember we pny anecini attention tj
mail orders.
that    the    propositions   being v., n. e. comer" thencc south 8.. c,,„,.., ms_ Rn c,
,,       .     , '     .' .,    •     . thenee   west   Ko    chains;   tiience     nor	
floated,   sometimes   in thn r in-  ci,ains mf,re
orth   40 , c
less   to   the   lake;   thence I 3°   cllft '       ,!   :
thencc north |   s
r   less    to   the   int ake
thence  following   thc   shore  of  tlie   intak-
terests,  are not  bona  fide prop- ioliowim; the lake shore easterly to point : ( e,,„„m-neemein,   cou
. .    • I •  I "'   commencement,   coiituining   640    acres   »" ,-v i,i,,re ..r less
ositions,    investment   in which „„„.e „r lega. | taining ^''^V.-Vi.-n sivi;sov
will benefit the investor not in duncan s. McVaxni-.i.l.      | ,    .-_;,;; DcC,9
1       . .   •,       -in Sentemlier,  nth,  1911. Dee.9.	
t'.. ■ least—to put it mildly.
We are surprised    to see the
September,  Ilth,  1911
CASSIAR   LAND   DISTRICT.
01  the  Peace  River  I. md  Distr ct.
CASSIAR   I.AND   DISTKICT.
Of  the  Peace  River I. md  District.
Victoria     Week    skating    round TAKJ5"notice~tlmt, Mary 0. Piocock,  oi      TAKE  notice  that   M.  1).  McMilliun,  of
t'.,e edge  of this  Verv  large and Vancouver,  B.  C.  occupation  Spinster,  in Vancouver, 11. C.  occupation clerk   intends
, ,            , '   1,    f   . tends to applv Ior permission to purchase t,,   upply  i,,r   permission   to   purcliase   111^
serious   problem   at   all,   but   as the followine described lands ; [ollowlng described lands:
long   as   the   subject   is   handled Commencing at 11  post planted  11  miles      Commencing   at   a   post  planted   1   mile
,.   • 1 'n west   ol   the   east   end   ol   Choo-clli   lake  west   ill   the   west   end   ot   I! cln   lake  oil
SO JUCnClOUSly—Well, „,..  so|lt|,   si,ore   nm|   marked   "M.   0.   P., the  south shore of  the  intake  and marked
There   is   one    sure   metl ,<>d   of N.   i-i.   corner"     theiue    south   Ho   chains; »j|.   B,   McM.,   N.   E. corner,  thelice  south
1 -n-          1                                     ■                    1 thenee   west   So      ehains:   theuee   imrih   211 So   eliains;   Ihenee   wcsl   So   eliains:   thence
killing   bOgUS     promotions   ami Lh,ills  more  „r  icss    ,„  lhe   take;   thencc north .vi chains more or less to the intake
relegating      their      enterprising fnilow'ng  the  lake shore to point  ol com thence  [ollowing  the shore ..1   mi.ike easl
'•   „i„j   ,.,   ,          „,.   1    it  " mencement,  containing  320 acres  more  or erlv to point .,1 cnmmencemeiit, containing
manipulators to     realms they u.ss 32n ucre|H r,. „r ,ess.
will  lind   more   susceptable to mary o. plocock.                              m. ii Mcmii.i.ian.
their  operations  il   such   a  rep-     *-|.t«...i,.T, ■■"■■ ■■!■■• »ec.9.        September mh, 191.. n    -
ressive power were brought to cassiar land distric.                   cassiah land district
bear, and that is by the press. ^\\Z_T_Xtl "ighlin,
Corner Hamilton & Third
Smith Fori George, B.C.
Thc newest and most modern j Rates   $2.50 and $3
i        i   ■       i i Monthly 'and weekly rates on n|i-
hutel in Ihe northern interior plication
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Beal of wines.
liquors and cIjfB
Albert Johnson, »t»p
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lust  as lon^r at townsite pro-   ol   Vancouver,   11.   C.   occupation   spinal-
01   the   Peace   kicer   1,11
TAKK   notice   thai     Mag
Vancouver, i D.   C.   occupati
Districl.
Lill.um,
Irt ssinakc-r,
moters can buv   full   page ad- >"Zt \"ZZ;' Z ZZZ'i -'" ""r i,lU,mla l" "i'i'lv ",r "."""f1'," '" |,"rcl''
,,          -,     ,   ,,'■         •, | ase the following descriheil lands „se the roilowing described lauds:
VerLlSincllls   to   leetl   I'.-ir   wild- Commencing al a   posi   planted   12 mi'ei      Comiiiciicing   il    1   post   planted   1  miles
eats on  and  at   the same time ^'s' l/1".?" '''i"', "'iC'!"'.'.vI'\m'' '•'•" wcsl "' lllJ wesl ""' "' c
., , r    .1 ,l11, s"""1 sl""1 ' ",-"U'1     V"    Uh''  N' tbe : th s e ol   Uu  intake and  marked
ass ire   themselves  ol    the  jour- l-i. corner" thencc soulh Ho eliaiir.:  1 .,ue ,,j|   1      N   w    corner"  thence   south Ko
Hill's good  will,  these Confidence w,s'  *"  ;lui",s:    ''"I",1'    '",'rl11   ,;'„ll',""s eliniii»;"lhencc cnst  So chains; thence north
.,,                              . more or less to the lake; thence following ,s  clmins  more  or    lessl.     the    intake;
men  will   prosper,  and  wax  ex- the lake shore easterly  to poinl  ol  com ,■,„.,.,.,. |,,n,llv,„„ lh, ,(„,„, nl ,,lti,t,. WCsl
Caeding fat. mencement,  contnining   3J0 acres  more  or ,.,.,.. ,„ ,,,„„ ,,, commencement, containing
  'l'ss- 1---I acres more nr less.
.—_  maud m. Mclaughlin.
Continued fnm page 1: September, mh, ign.            iiec.9
MACi-C.lK LILBUM.
September  nth.,   1611.
Dec.')
as    that    in   whieh    they   were        nuhfpww Rim "mi?"m^ct CASSIAR LANI) DISTRICT,
found   when   surveyed   into  lotiS.      TAKK  notice    that     I.Laurn *Reevc,   ol '"  lllc  Pcncc  Rim  '■""l  ^I'li-
,.l»l,   ,, A.  1...   _..„..'..: i Vaneouver, 11.  C.  oecinialioii clerk, mien,Is TAKI?   notice    that    Bertha   Cardiff,   of
although  by grOSS misrepresent- ,„  apply ',„,  „ermlMioM   ,„   ,„„,(„,,   „„. Vancouver,   ll.   C.    occupation    clerk,   ,„
lltioil   the   whole     site   was  Sold Inllowiii); described lands- tends to apply  lor  perm ssion  t,,   purchase
in  o  Iirii.f m-i-iiwl                                         Commencing  al  n  posl   planted   17  milcs the following deserihed binds:
mi             P"l"0. wes,  o|  lhe ensl cm|  ()| Ch()().c)|j   |Hk(  Cummencing   at   .,   post   planted   ill   the
lhe   Herald   takes   this   matter the south side and marked  -L.   |l.,   X.   IS. outlet   oil   tin-   solltll   slime   ol   Cln, el Ion
4 Occidental
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lip   as   the   representative  news- corl.!er"   ")'""    s",1l,h  K"    cIiiiIhh;' tliencc lnke  ad  marked   -ll.   C.,    ■.   K.  crner" | A New foiir-storev lillilililltr.    Accommodation fof 120 gUestS   W
'                 .      .      '.,         ,              .            . wesl   Ko   eliams;     tlieine   north    to   chains; Uienee   solllil   Ko     clntiiis;    llience   west   Ko . ^^ '                       ......                                                                           »y
paper  of  the   Northern   Interior more or less to the lake, tl.encc lollowing chains; thence north ,,, chains more or hu \)J All outside rOOfflS-large, Well-li-hled ami  Ventilated.           kA
COlintrV.   We   Wisl,   to   see   (level- ,lu' ■sl"'"'  easterly   lo    il   ol   commence to   the   lake:   thence    lollowing   the   shore   rAk *>   '             "»"'                                                      _h
.                 i.           .           ., menl,  contuining  .i.-o  acres mnrc or  less, easterly lo    lhe   point   ol   commencement,   ^1 Mleani Iwili-il                                                                                                  WA
opment proceeding along those               laura reevk. coiiuining 320 acres m„rc or less.            S_ nilMU IK,U( "■ rf
lines which promise no reaction    September uth,, 1611.              iicc.g                       hi-;ktiia Cardiff,          fA |p
Jq RATES $2.00'PER DAY UP ft
CASSIAR   LAXD  DISTRICT.
Of  the  Peace  Hicer  I, mil  Dislict,
IAKE  notice  thai   Angus  I),   McDonald
September 13th., i'.n.
CASSIAR   I.AXD   DISTRICT.
01  llu- Pence  River  I I  Dislrict.
of a nal lire calculated to upset
the    progress   of   tl,"  country
when those hordes of investors of''.'mc,,'u'.r'"ii'c -,--..
1        1               iy    11                   ,1    • "i  *■> "oncer,   1. L., occupation  i-entleinnn TAKE not cc Unl  Ed 11 Brown   ol Van
who    have      Windly      put   their iniends to apply lor permiss  ,,, purch-   , ver, ll. C, ncciipntioi, clerk   intends to If A
llionev  into  this country oil  the "'Sr„„,LZ'Z"".   'Ie,cri),c'1. ln!",?;          , npply  i,,r perniission  1,,  purchase thc loll    A,
...                                .    . c -.liil.nn. ■ ,.-    ..1    .,           1    |l.,.i,,|    |,    „,:,..     „u.|„ «rr||,„,|   |,„,|,:.                                                  V
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Weekly and monthly rates cn application
Wire for rooms Wire for rooms ft
strength    of   its    ureal   future ^t'ot 'yiiLZn. IiZLa iC. "i!i IZZ ZZZZ."" Zi'Zt   ,,■        ■ JV
and the advertised   statements  JJ" """"';Zi'' "'" \rHA ",A' Ml"   N- W,M "' u« «■« ""loi ti' lid 1.01,'lake K
of unscrupulous promoters, a,re ^1 ZZZ'ZZ' iZiZ ZZ v ™n,«»11'..? l' ""ZZZ 'Z Z N'
able  to     reach   this district   by   !""",?' Z  '" U"   lhm« f»»»*'»I ™   *" dwhS ™ U.'«.ca  .mnl, '!io ihai"
rail and   seek the   values they meneeml'ne Z«_T?Z, HZZH.ZZ ZlZr.TZi^th'Z U'T "'"owl"R
will not  find in many proposit- '"- :,.-",.:",:,' ZZZZZZ'ZZ |J%m/ mW-m-mm-m WgW^WWV^/
ions. K „,...:..:!.  !!;3'k'nau>. EiiiTiibrown. Ilkv^^v<^vv_^cfv\!v>iv¥yWC^^^vT/
hepteinhcr  mh.   ign. occ.g
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September nth., 1911,
Ilee.y. FORT GEORGE HERALD
CASSIAR  l.ANI) DISTRICT.
Of the Peace  Kicer  L.unl District,
TAKIC  nolice  that     .1.   .1.   Cushion,   ol
Vancouver, B. C, occupation merchant, in
tends to apply for iiermission  to purchase
llie following described  lands:
Commenciiig at a pose planted 6 miles
west of tlie easl en,I ol Clio eld-lion lake
nu the .solltll shore and marked ".I. .1. C,
X. Pi. crner" theuce soutii Ho elmins:
theuce wesl Ko eliains; thence norlh 20
chains more of 'ess lo tlle lake; thelice
following tin' shore easterly lo llle point
ni commencement containing .Co acres
nmre or less.
.1.  .1. CUSHION.
September  i.uli-   ign. Dec.g
CASSIAS   LAND  DISTKICT.
Of  llie   I'eaee   Nicer   I,-ind   Distriet.
TAKE noti"-  thai   R.   hi.  Chenaette,  ol
Vancouver  U,   C.,   occupati Iressmakcr,
intends to apply for  permission  to  purch
use tlillowine   ilescribed lands:
Commencing al a post planled 7 miles
west of the e -sl end ol Cli,,..-id l.ou hike
on tl
^M^^^i,^^^^^^^^-,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
General Hardware and Sheet Metal Workers.
All kinds of tin and sheet Iron  work done.
Camp stoves:    Hot air Furnaces,   etc.
LASELLE AVENUE SOUTH FORT GEORGE.
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Of the  Peace   Ki,,,-   I,   District. i    J1..."'0    'Z,   Zi-o""1     ,S"'"'1'      ,\4
TAKK notice that Peter Poison, „l  Van    ZAUI' ,,""!"'  tllllt Ulllu"1 Cameron, of   CJ
uver,   II.   C,   ore „„,„   i„.„,h-,„a„,   ,„    ^ ",'"';  "•  \" 'r"v"l"l,:"." "ennan,  in   ; <J
III shore, an,I marked "H. li. C. I tends to anply I-i- ncrnvsshn.  t rchase   ,li    ,   „" "'' y, !or ,l>'r>,"»*>"" '" purchase   ,.
X    K,  corner"   Uunce     south  8o  chains:   the following described lands- Hie following described lands: fl
theno.-  west  No chains;     thence  north  ->s      Commencim; nl a  nost nlnnted  i:  miles      "-'""""'"""K  nt   a   post   nlnnted   .-  miles
chailis  more  or   less   to   tin-   lake;   thence   wesl  ol the easl  end ,,l  Clio-etil-bon  lake   ?Z '   ,,""',t'-'sl  el"' "'  V","' Z Zv "-"   .,
lullowing   thc  shore  easterly   to   point   of   on   the  south  shore  and  marked   "P    P       .''''  »"nh  shore  and   marked   "W.   C,  S    <i
commencement, X.   IC.   corner"   theuce    soutli   No    eliains:'   „ ZZZ 1 ' LZ'  ""      '"""'  '.'"""'   _l
K.   Pi.  CHENNETTK. thence   wesl   8o   chains:     thencc    nortl,   >o      ",''   8°,c,m " ;n'T   _V        ,S   1 "'",'S ' *
more or less to the lake   thencc southerly   'a
long   shore  to    point   ol   commencement,   *
res more or less.
Scpteinber   IJtli.   icm.
Dcc.9
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTKICT.
Ill   llle   Peace   River   I.Hid   Dislrict.
TAKO   notice   llial   I'ilsie  Muckers   ol
Vancouver, B. (.'., occupation hook keeper,
inteiuls to apple- for permission to purch
nse iln- following  described Inn,Is:
Commencing   al   a   p-,si   planted  H mile
wesl   ol   the  easl   end   ni   Clio etd hon   Ink
I   in,rked   "P,   P.
SOUtll   Ho     eliains:
icee   wesl   8n   chains;     tlicnce    north   )c
.-liuius   more   ar   less   t,i   the   lake;   thencc
followin,,   the   sl,,,,-,-  easterly   to   point   "/ {contSlnflfiff*3a
ihe  soutii  shore   und   marked   "IC.   H., I
commeiicemcut,  containing  3» acres  more WILLIAM CAMERON,
PETER 1'iil.sox. ZZZ"]"LrZZZ'Z Pec'9
Sellte"lbcr   L|lil_^_ "'■'■'■    !        "   CASSIAR  LAND DISTRICT.
CASS1A1!   1 A VII   nHSTPTPT I     ,,'"  ""'   PenCe   Rim   '•""'   1,'-slrict-
,„  ,1     1          ,/        ,     ,  ,, TAKEnotice    that    Richard    Hale,   of
Of the Peace River L»nd District. Slocan,   II.    C, occupation   engineer,   in-
TAKP.  no  ce    thai    Stela   Senncy, ol   tc„ds to applv   or nermission to purchase
\ il 111'- -ll \ -T        B.       I . ,,f,•,,,,., I ,, .,, Ss,,,„-,l nr  ' '     •   . 	
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which have prevailed in mu- store through Ihe summer
months will he maintained throughout the winter.
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RUSSELL PEDEN
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carnation    Sninster,   the lollowing "descrilied   lands:
nr nermission  to  purch-
is'   llu-  lol'owniii- described   lands:
Commencing at a  nost  planted   18 miles
Commencing   at   a   nost   iilanted   at   the
h-.-.id
Xaetion   River   and   north   shore,
X.    IC.   crner"    IhcllCC     Solltll     80   chains
thence   wcsl   811      chains;   theuce   norlh   10
cans   more   or   less   1,,   tl,,-   hike;   thenee I    v-ommeiieing  at a  nosi manico   in miles I am| m.irk,,,, „R   ,,    s   ,,;   .,,„.„,,..,  lhcn_
Iiillowing   llie   shore   easterly   to   poinl   of          ,,"'   Ulc,e   ,           "   Clio-etd.bon  lake ,,,,rtli   80  eliains;    thence   west   80   chains:
commencement.                                               j',',"    !"•'  s<"'lh  shore  and  marked   "S.  S.. thenee south 35 chains more or less to the
ELSIE   BUCKERSON               ,'     "   l'"r'"'r „    ""'m'1'   -s"""'    S"   c'm",s- lake;  theuce easterly alone  shore  to poinl
Dec.9        ,   •'"   _"*_,   8°  cbams:   thence   north   40 „f    eommencement'   containing   320  acres
liains  to   thc   lake;   thenre  following   the morc „r iess.                            *■
RICHARD HALIC.
September gth.,   1911. Dec.9
E have been fortunate in receiving most of our heavy
goods before the close of navigation and having our
own teams will be able to briiig" our goods over the road    g
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U  Store, Office and Lumber Yard, Soutii Fort George i
-Z&zr, _K Ov, jr, cv^ c^^ cv^ _v,*_v, jfjc <&_> &_> w;^ ^; &, *w, &, ^5 &.$?, w*W/A
mc^^^mm^^^im^K__^__mim^ma_a_m__mm4t^ma_m_mm__^K^_^m_m_^m-m_^^m_m^^_^^»m^
Cn#"fly   I   TIMFxaWKr*-   HAMILTON & WHITE
rey JLiYerj. . PK0P.UET0KS
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Seplelnher    ulh.    mm i .
CASSIAR   I.AXD   DISTKICT.
Ill   tlie   I'eaee   Kner   L.ilul   Dislriel.
TAKE    notice    lhal    William   Cushion,    ol
Vancouver,   B.  C,   occupation  Book keeiier,
inteiuls  lo  apply   lor permiss on   to  pureli
ase llie lollowini,' described lands:
Comni?ncing  at   a   nost   planted   9  miles
shore easterly  to  point of commencement
intaiuiiig 640 acres more or less.
STELLA  SICAXICV.
September   i|th.,   1411. Dec.3
CASSIAR   I.AND  DISTKICT.
—...,.„,.„   .   Ti—'"",;    Of the Pence Kicer Land District.
CASSIAR   LAM)  DISTRICT.
01  lhe Peace  Rica-r Land  District.
TAKIC notice that  R.  Watt,  ,,l   Vancou
west   of  tin- easi   end  ol   Clio-etd-hmi   lake   V
TAKIC notice thai   Maria  IC. Douglas, of   v'er'   "-. C-J   occupation  gentleman,  intends
 ver, B. C, occupation clerk,'intends   ,t",/,l'!,l-v '"r  TT''?8''","   1"  pUrChaSe  U'e
 !"•'  south shore   -    marked   "W.   C, | „,   „„„,,,   f„r   „,„,„•„,;!,„   to   purchase   the   Uf      K desCr,lral  lamls:
X.   P..   crner      thenee   solltll    80  chains; I followine  described  binds-
:ng at   a  post  iilanted   i;   miles
Rigs, Saddle and Pack Horses furnished on short notice.
Draying of all kinds and excavating done. Feed of all sorts
continually kept on hand.
Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed.
ti
wes
uns;     thence   north   1
s   lo   the   late:   thence I wi.si  ,,f p ,.  ,
lerlv  lo point
cliains  more  1
fullowing  the lake shor
ol c coccment.
WILLIAM CUSHION.
September   13th.   1911, Dee.9
Commencing   at   a   Host   nlanted   18   in-'Ies
nf Choo-chi  hike on
be  south   sh,,re   and   marked   "M.   IC.   D., I
c.   IC.   corner"    thencc   south   80   ehains; |
hence   west   80    ehains;   thence     north   35
west   ol   the  easl   end   ol  Cho-etil-boll   lake
an   thc   .south   shore   and   marked   "R.   VI.,
theuce   wcsl    80   ehains;     thenee   north   35
chains   111,,re   or   less   lo   the   lake:   thelice
hams mow or  less  to lake shore;   thenee   ZZZ, ""', ^ -?"%   '"   '""'"'   "'
following   the   shore   easterly   t hit   ol   ^"S   ™        Conta"""^ -,'" ttCrL's morc
commencement, containfnp ^20 ncres. ,,   \uatt
MARIA  E.  DOUGLAS.              :    S..ptt-,„,,,r   13th.   19.1 Dec9
September   i.-ili.,   1911. Dec)  '
CASSIAR   LAXD  DISTKICT.
01  iiu-  Peace  River  Land Distriet.
TAKIC  notice   that   I'.   .1.    Cushion,   of
Vancouver,   II.   C,    --..up.,11,a,   clerk,   in is-mi.-   i\v,  :,-,t;;ht
tends to apply for  permissioi,  to (inrchase               CASSIAR   LAND DISTRICT. ,„ C*eSS^ %™   "n   ', strict
the lollocciiin described  lands-                                 III   the  Peace  Rner  I. md  District.
Commencing at a  posl   planted   10 m-h-s .    TAKIC   nolice  that   Philles  Swabodn,   ol ,. 'AKK    ",ltlce  t,'at     Maggie   Little,   ot 1
wcsl   ot   the easl   end   --1  Cho-ctd-boli   lake   Vancouver,   It    C.   occupation   spinster,   in- Calrary Alia.,   occupation married  woman
on lhe smitli sh,,re d 111,,rked "P .1. C. Mends  to anply  for ncrm'sslmi to 1u1rcl1a.se "iu'",ls to apply  lor permission  to pureli
\.   IC.   corner"    Hience  soutii    8,.  chains;   the followine described lands: as= ""' following described  lands;
thencc   west   80    chains;   thence  north   vl    Commencing at  a posl  nlanted  20 miles Commencing at    a post   planted  at  the'
chains  morc  or   less   lo   the  lake,   thencc   west  of the'easi  end al  Cho-etd-hnn   lake ('!lsl   ™', "f    Clio-etd-bon   lake   on   north
following   the   sin,re   easterly   to   point  o< i in   the  south  shore   and   marked   "P.   S shore and  marked   "M,  I..,  S.   E.  comer"!
r
mm lmds
M. C. WIGGINS   ^
Eeal Estate
mm TRACTS
"V^cilltetfM■•JlC'''(,;i-ei' ]n snii'l' or 'al'"'e tracts; must
**'**     stand inspection with terms reasonable.
Fire?Insurance Agent for
Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd.,   British-American Assurance
Co., and the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co.
FOURTH ST.      -      -      SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
niimieiieenienl.
P.  .1   CUSHION.
September   13th.   1911.
Dee.-l
to   llie   lake:   Iheuce   easterly   alone   shore i J.
to noint of commencement, containing 320
acres more or less.
MAGGIE LITTLE.
September 9th.,  1911. Dec.9
chains   more   or   less   to   the   lake,   thenc
following   tin-   sin,re  easterly   to   point   ,
CASSIAR   I.ANII  DISTRICT. commencement,  containing 320  acres  mor
III  the  Peace  River Laud District. or  less.
TAKIC  noiice   lhat   .lohn   Gibb   of   Van PHILLES SWABODA.
couver,   II.  C,   occupation   i-eiitleman,   in       September   t.pli.,   1911. Dec.3
lends I,, apply for permission t,, pnr.lia.se ;—       ;      ;     —~   ~ , ,.
ll,..  !ol)owi|]|i  descrihed  1 Is- PAKE notice lhat  Marie Ciper, of Var
tt-es'l'^.T'llle'cast  enii'°of  Cli""-'t',l l"n "l''k'S ' '"   apnly   for   uermissioii   to   purchase   the   c«",   "-   C,,   occupation'    married' woman
on   the   umi h   <h..r.    ,,',,i   .„,ri, 1   ' '•' 1    c      followine  d.-seriled   lauds: intends to  apply for  permission to  purcli- I f_
,1   .1,.   soutn  snori   .mn   mnrRcil     .1.   t...      c     mi   in     .,   ,  ..„„,   „i,„|,,i  ,1  miles   ase the following descrihed lands
\ I" »-iir!ln_- I 11 * * ■ 11 - i-t _.. .nth      V.c       . 1.  .... a V'lIIJIltllltMM;      ill     ii     PMNt      Mlitlltlll      bl      Ml I It ^ r. ^
heiie  wes    80     clmins- Xice  north   IJ west   ol   the east   end   ol  CI-P-etd-bo„   lake      Commenc,,   at   a   post   planted   I   mile   tf
'hains  more  or   less  to' the Take    thenc?   on   ,l"'  5°"tl'  sl,orc  ■""l  "h<™  "M'   C"   "•"'• -e"1 "•   Ch°^t.d"V.0.1 UZ  f,
following   tlie   sli.-n-   easterly   to   iioinl   nl , v    E-   corner"   thenee     south  So   ehains;
ns-   west   So      chains:   tliencc   north   25
CASSIAR  I.AXD  DISTRICT.
Of the Peace River Land District.
cunn'tion  spinster,   intends      TAKE  notice that Myra Auson,  of Slo-
commencement
nr less.
JOHN t'.lllll
Scpiembcr   13th.   1011.
terly   1,,   point   nl
ul.iiuin;.;  i.fn acres  111,,re
jj Wm. Blair & Co. I
fA WM. KENNEDY, Manager. Zt
f( Cor. Second and Hamilton Aves., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C.        ft
A 1 1 I
Dec,
S.   IC.   crner"      thenee   north    80   chains: i
chains   more   01    less   lo   the   lake;    thence thencc   west    8,
following   the  shore  easterly  to   point   of l'll-""s, m"rc  "
commencement,   containing   320  acres  more easterly  alon,- shore to  point  ol   commen
r i_ss cement, containing;   120 acres more or less
MARIE CIPER, c ,        MyRA ANSON.
Septembei-   i.|th..   1911. Dec 3 September 9th.,   1911.
Dec)
CASSIAR   l.AXD   DISTKICT. ,,  CASSIAR   UND DISTRICT.
Of  llu   Pence Kner  I. mil  District. 0i   tlle ]'''H'1'  lilvcr  tand  District.
TAKIC   nolice   lhat   Charles   W.   Tipping,      TAKE   notice    lhat    Annie   Cameri f
Vancouver, II. C, occupntion miner, in Slocan, B. C, occupation  married woman, \f
CASSIAR   I.AXD   DISTKICT.
01  the Pence  Kicer  Land  District.
TAKE    notice   thai     Myrtle  Ta\' ,r,
Vancouver,   11,  C, uccuoatioii  spinster,
lends   1--   aiiply   for   iiermission   c   pur
ase the  [ollowing  described   lands:
Coinmencing al  a  posl  planted  13 miles I tends to annlv lor nermission to purchase   intends  to applv Ior permission   1,,  purcli
«est  ,,l  1 lie east end   of Clio-ctd-boi-   lake   t|ie following described lands: ase the following deserihed  lands:
■ai    lie soull,  shore   I   marked   "M.   T., j    Commencing  .11   a   posl  planted  22 miles      Commencing at   a   post   planted   7  miles
,.-   '''   comer      thencc     soutii  Sn  chains     W1.s,   ,,|   the east   end  of Clio etd I    lake   west  of the easi  end nl  Choo-chi lake, mi
'    '   ,s"    ehains,     Uienee   north   30   „„ ,|H. ,,,,,,1, s|„,rc |II1(| marked  "C. \V.  T.    tin- north sin-re ami marked "A. C, S. IC
cnains   more   ,,r   less   1,,   the   lake;   thelice     N-     p;    corner"    theuce   south   So   chains;    corner"   thence     north   So   chailis;   thence \\
1 ""Winn   u.e  shore   easterly   1--   point   ol   thence  west   So    chains,   thence    north   30   west   So   eliains;    thence   south    35  chains \f
commencement,  containing  640 acres more   chains   morc  or  less   1.-   the   lake;   thence   nmre ,,r  less  to lake;  thence easterly  Iol- \A
„ ru,    so  cm,,,   '4 V
t"",:; thec"ieake8.0,1ti:e„^ 8 Burglars walked  away with a R
J number of our watches. We have, g
A however, a good selection left.     fe
A
Time yourself here.
£
MYRTALE TAVLOR.
nher   13th,   1911. Dec.9
^ASSIAK   I.ANI)   DISTRICT.
01  the  Pence Kner  Lmul Districl
TAKE notice  thai   Ilcnn   U.   K-,cc
taiicouver,   11.   c.    occupaiioii   1
,u'-,ls  lo apply  for permission
use iiu- following described I Is
I iiuinienciiii!
ollowing   Hu-    lake  easterly    to  point   oi lowing shore of lake t,- point of commen    ^1
nmmencemciit,  containing   120 aceet  nmre cement, containing 320 acres more ,,r less
„   less ANNIE CAMERON1
CHARLES W. TIPPING. Seutcmber 15II1., 191L Dec)
September   l_|tli.,   1911. Dec.3
,,l CASSIAR   l.AXD  DISTKICT.
1,1.in, 01   lhe  Peace River I. md  Dislrict.
mih   '    TAKIC   notice   lhat   William   Mahlirc,   ol Calgary,
j Vuncouver,   II.   C,   ocenpation   gcnllemnii, intends t,, applv for  permissi
lends   lo   npply   for   permission   to   purch .ise   the   following   deserihed   lands
le  tie lollocciue described lands: Cninmencing   ,,i   ,1   pnsl   ,ilanted   -i   miles
Commencing   al   a   post   planted   2.   miles    west   nl   the   east   end' ,,i   Cl  cln   hike   mi
CASSIAR   I.AXD  DISTKICT.
Ol   the   Peace   Kicer   I .1   Dislrict.
TAKIC   notice    that      Simon   Little,   oi
Alta.,   occupctioti      Stock 111.,11,
t.,  purch
(f
. 'I .1 post pl,oiled l-| miles I 1
",s| ol iln- easl end ,,, Cho-etd bun lake ! ,
"" Hu; smitli S|mre ,1M,i i„,,,-!,,-,1 "\\, \\   U. ,
l-   Corner"    tlicnce    soutii  So eh.uns,   wcsl   ,,i   thc   enstern   end   .,1   Cho-etd-bon the north shore ami marked --S. I.., S. IC.
1 lence   ciesi    k,i cltniiia;     llience   north   -'S   lake on lhe smith shore, ami mnrked  "W. corner"     thenee    north   So  ehains;   theuce
J-'iiiins   more   or   less   to   the   lake,   llience j M.,  X.  IC. corner"  thenee soulh So chains: wesl  So chains;     tlicnce   south    3,1 el is
"owing   lhe   shore   easterly   1,,   point   ol   thencc   wesl   Sn   chains;    llien.e    -ih   so more ,,r  less   1,,   tin-   lake;   thence  easterly
l'"iniiieiicciiiciit, coiiliiininn  640 ncres more   chains   more  or   less   lo   the   lake;   ihenee along   shore   t,,   poinl    of  commencement,
"'  less lollowing   the  shore  easterly   lo   point   of containing 320 ncres more or less.
HENRY \\    KiUWC. commencement,  coutnining  320 acres  more SIMON  LITTLE.
0    'Illi.,    loll.
I lee,3.
,   ' ASSIAR   l.AXD  DISTRICT.
M '"  the Peace River  Land District,
IAKI-    ce    thai   Rubers    IVnrlh,   -•(
iicmivcr,   p.   i-
"'Cllds    In   i.
npntioii    gcmlcmn
th.
pply lor penuissi,,11  to purcli
I',
owing  described  lauds
■g  al   ,1  p, ,s.   i-l.iiii.-d   is  miles
1||[-Sl.ul   'he   east   end   ,,!   Cln, eld boll   laki
«ll,I,IAM  MAHERE.
September   iplo,   1911. Dec.3.
CASSIAR   LAXD  DISTKICT.
Ill   the   Peace   Kicer   Land   Dislriel.
Take noiice that Irene Little, ,,f Calgary, Alta., occupation spinster, iniends
h, apply for permission to purchase the
i,,||,.witii;   described   land;
September 15II1., 1911.
Dee ,).
CASSIAR   LAXD  DISTRICT.
Oi the Peace River  1,111,1  District,
TAKK     nolice   lhat    Laura    Poison,   of ,
Vancouver,  11. C, occupation married w ,
man,   Intend!   to   apply   for   nermissinn   to
purchase   llu-  fnlluwoog   described   lands:
Commenciiig at   ,,  post  planted  icj  miles
west   nl   llie   easl   end   ,,i   Cln, eld boll   Ink
•s     IC
'■"ih shore
id  marked  "K.   IV.,
Commenciiig  at   a   posl   planled   al   the   „,,   [|,c  sout|,   shore,   and   marked   ••!,.   1
- ,-asi  end "I Choo-chi lake and marked "I..  N.  IC.  corneri'  thenee    .south    87    chains1
1   ,      L.,   S.   \V.   corner"   thenee   east   811  cllaillS|    thelice   wesl     80   eliains;     thenee   north   35
or-  then
»  more  or  Im?"J.    ,'i'"'"i''i ""'h'   !_! I tiience   nortii  So   chains;   thenee  west   4° j chains 1 -e or less to iuke;""thcnce'ft.iiow
' ""'   l,U''   ""'"'i; I chains   more   or   less   !,,   llu-   lake;   thencc    j„g   ||le   s|„„-e   easterly   to   point   ,„   com- |
southerly    along   Uu-    shore  lo  point   ,,i ; mencement
cmiiieneiiiiciil,   Contnining  320  acres more   loss.
^
^=
Why pay fancy prices for
distant acreage when you
can purchase 10-acre waterfront tracts directly opposite
the Reservation here, which
is to be the G. T. P. townsite?
WRITE FOR DETAILS
Come to me.   I'll help you buy.    Write foi acreage
N. H. WESLEY
Real Estate Specialist South Fort George
-Jy
'■   Hn-  sin,re  easterly   to   poini   ,,f
Client, coitliiiniiiii   130 ncres more
11 Uu n mi^  32
cres   mure   or
KOJIRRT WARTIf.
'T'cnber   14th     ,„,,. i,,.,,.
,1-   less.
IRENI. LITTLE
September uth.,  iun- l)(v'i
CASSIAH  l.AXD  DISTRICT.
,, '"   ""'   Peace   River   Land   Dislriel.
MKI-  notice    ihai    Patrick   I'olcy,  of
,",,'',,lv<-'-,   M.   C,  oe. ion    miner,   in    Slocan,   H.   C
',,s ,'" applv i,„- ncrmilsi  purchnse   tends to apple for perinissiun to |
"Uwi»K ileseribcl 1 Is; 'll,e f,,,,,*&d„Tn ^.tntc ie mile |    Camiueiici       „       .....
CASSIAH   LAND  DISTRICT.
ill   lhc  Pence Kner   band  District,
TAKK  notice tllllt   Mnlcalni  Cameron, id
i-iipalioii   livery inn
f.ACKA   Pill,SOX.
September  t.|'th.,  1911. Dec.9,
CASSIAH   l.AXD   DISTKICT.
Of   lhe   Peace   Kicer   Laud   District.
TAKE   notice   ih.it   Robert  Graham,
Sloein,   H.   C.,  occupation  miner,   in
\ Close & Brown
'4        South Fort George, B. C.
GENERAL
MERCHANTS
dug   ill   11   |„.,s|    nl.-nted   Id   miles !     ColtlllV
-lllllle
s|  ol  the cn.vl
1 In- sun 11, .1	
ol  Cho-etd hon  lake wesl   ol   1
l,| ,„ ,,1,1,1 »P,  V., X. and nnrked "51. (.., S, W
""'"''■"   llience  south   Ko eliains;   theiue east   80   chains;     Uienee   I
"'•'   xo   chnins;   Hience    norlh   20  chnins lln-mc wesl .pi di ,-■
,'"1'' >" les-, 1,, the lnke;  llience loll,,win,- Inhe; theuce si
"' s,|ore easterly  (n  p 1   ol  commence nl   e inenceii
ficplembcr   ,,,|,,,   „,,-,. l),-e,,. '   ° '•"' ""'-   "JM-
re or less to the
herl)  alone shore to point
slit,    coutnining    3J0  acres
iiirc-has.- I l"  npplv   for   permission   to   pureiiase   llie
following descrilied  l.uuls:  	
,,       :,i„. - :,, f    m,  nsi *b %_[ m   ' »ra/SLa jj; w» ,".1('ans >rootl t(
'    Tfzz " "^'"zzZiZiZ., zr" I AJIUto li/IltStJr*^^ ^ f(
'      '" "'     'tlicnce  wis"  So    chnins-   tl- 4 --principally,    K
ehains lo lake   ; tiience   westcrly'Vioiijr y   Wc lia\'c a laiw slock nf well .selected tlclacics for Christmas  J
shore lo point af commencement, contain-   y    list!—call till11 see tin 1* Ji'oiuls. "
inj;  320 acres more or kiss.
ROBERT GRAHAM.
September 91I1.,  19". '"'   '    '    SlT'c"ilier 16th., i.|.i.
I
II
n
VA
' Laselle Avenue and Third St., j
is now practica'ly completed.
The building is of dimensions
allowing for tlie installation of
lire fighting equipment sufficient
to serve the needs of this community for some years. Fire
Chief' Campbell left for the
eoast on Monday and will purchase a modern chemical engine
for the department.
r.
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTKICT.
tli  the  Peac-   Itiver   Land  District.
TAKE notice  that   .lames   Raie,  ol   blo-
lintioli   liveryman,   intends
purchase   the
cm,   11.   _.,
to   apply   for   permission   to   p
followine described laidis:
Commencin.'   at  a  post  planted  7  miles
east   ,,l   the   west   end  "I   Cho-etd boll   lake
mi   lhe   nor ill   shore   and   marked
S.    \V.   coiner"     thenee
Iheuce   easl   Ko     chailis
cliains   more   or   l.ss   t
westerly aloitR thc shore to point ol com
mencement,  cutainmc  320 acres  nu-re  ot
less.
.IAMES  HAIL.
September 16th.,  i|n "cc 9
•J.   lt
nurlh   So  cliains;
thence    soulh   40
the   la'e;   theuce
^.
Choice Pre-emptions...
1 ciin locate a limited number of pre-emptors
I on a choice block of land.
Parties can here obtain adjoining locations.
"" P. G. Bodeker.
South Fort Georg % B. C.
v.
—
j
DON'T   BUY   ON   PAPER
We don't ask you to ]nircliase South Fort George lots by
making a pencil mark on a lownsite plan   You would
be safe in so doing, but if skeptical
(r
v
COME TO
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
=a    Investigate Our Proposition   c=
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CASSIAR   LAX!)   DISTKICT.
(II  the  Peace  Hicer  Land District.
TAKK notice that Andrew A. Johnson,
of Slocan, I). C, occupation lumberman,
intends to applv for permission to purch
ase the lollow.lij; deserihed lands:
Commencing a' a p st planted 'j miles
casl ol the wesl end of Clio eld I on lake
mi the llorth shore and marled --A. A. J.,
S. W. coiner' lb nee mrth Hn eh .ins:
thelice east Ho chains; llience south 30
chans more or less to the l«lce; thence
westerly along shore to po nt ol commencement,
less.
ANDREW
September 16U1.,  1411.
jo   acres   more   0
A. JOHNSON.
Dec 9
TENDERS WANTED
TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until
surther notice for the cutting of cord wood at points between South Kort George and Tete Juane Cache. Wocd
to be piled on the river bank at places readily accessible at any stage of the water. Fir wcod to be cut in
localities where procurable.
THOMAS CHETWYND.
LOCAL AGENT,    British Columbia Express Company.
CASSIAH   I.AXD  DISTKICT.
Of  the  Peace  Kiver  Land District.
TAKIC notice tiiat Andrew Johnson, ol
Sloe,-ii, 11. C, occupation miner, intends
to apply for perniission to purchase the
f Uowing  described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted . miles
east and 2 miles norlh ol the west end of
Cho-etil-l on lake and marked "A. J., S.-
W. corner" thence north Ho ehnins; Hence
east Ho chains; thenee soutli Ho eliains;
thenee west Ho cha ns to point ol commencement,   containing   658  acres  more  or
ANDREW JOHNSON.
September 16th.,  Mil- Dee 9
Fort George, B.C. Victoria, B.C.
F. P. Burden. Mur. F. C. Groan, Mki\
Nelson, B.C., A. H. Green, Mur.
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Civil Engineers, Dominion 4 B. C. Land.Surveyors
Surveys of Lands, Mines, Townsites, Timber
Limits, Etc.
Satisfaction iruar
CASSIAR   I.AXD   DISTRICT.
Of  the  Peace  Kicer   I, uui  District.
TAKIC notice that Frank Beueish, of Slo
can, 11. C, occupation inner, intends to
a—ilv for permission to purchase the lollowing  describeil  lands:
Commenc ng at a post planted a miles
east and 2 miles north of the west end of
Cho-letd-bon lake and marked "F. II., S.
K. corner" thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; theuce south Ho cliains;
thenee eas-t 80 chains to point of commencement, anu c-i-iitam-'nc 640 acres.
FRANK BKNlilSH.
September 16th.,  1411. Dec 9
CASSIAR  I.AND  DISTRICT.
Of  the Peace River  _ -nd Distrct.
TAKE   11-nice   that   WilPam   E.   Wats-m.
oi   Slocan,   B.   C,   occupation   ianrer,   intends to until--  for nerm-'sslon to purchase
tl e following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
eust end of Cho-etd-bon lake on norlh
shore and marked "W. E, VI.. S. \V. cor-"
t1 ence north 80 chains; thence east 80
chains; thence south 35 chans more or
less to the outlet; theuce wesk-rly along
shore to point ol commencement, con
taining  320 acres more or less.
WILLIAJI K. WATSON.
September 9th.,   19! I. Dec.9
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTKICT.
Of  the Peace  Kiver  I,mil  District.
TAKE notice that Ilenrier Prepontaiue,
ol Vancouver, 11. C, occupation gentleman
intends  to  apply  for permissi. 11   to  pureli
ase the foPowing deserihed hinds:
Commencing at a nost nlanted 11 miles
west ol the easi end of Choo-chi lake on
the north shore and marked "H. P., S. E.
corner" thence north 80 chains; tnence
wesl 80 ebaius; thence south 35 chans
m,,re or less to the lake: thence eis'erly
along the shore to point ,,( commencement
containing 320 acres more or less.
H.-..XKY   PKKPONTA1X.
September 15th.,  1911. Dec 9.
CASSIAR   l.ANI)  DISTKICT.
Of The Peace Kicer Land District.
TAKIC notice that Walter II. Henderson,
of Saskatoon, occupation merchant, intends lo apply (or permission to purchase-
he  loiluwing  descri ed   lands:
Commencing at a post planted 12 m les
east   ,,(   i|le   i,uiici   on   the   soutli   hank   of '
Natl,,11   Kicer  nud   marked  "W.   II.   II.,   N. ;
W. corner"  tdciicc  south 80 chains;   thencc |
east   8n   ehains:     t'ence   north   80   eliains:
theuee  west   following   meanderings  ol   the |
river  np siream   to     poim   ,,|   commence  ;
ment cuiilaiuing 6-pi acres more or less
Sept..to. WALTER II. HENDERSON.    '
August 3rd.,  pu 1.
TanSIAK LANI)-WSTKlTT
Of Peace River Land Dislriel.
TAKK notice that Laura Ellis, of Portland, Ore, occuiiation married woni.-vi, intends to
apply for permission to purcliase the following descriheil lend
Commencing at a post plant-'
ed at the Soutl-, Kast end of an
Island one mile west of the east
end of Choo-chi lake and marked "L K., S. K. corner" thence
northerly 70 chains more or less
tlvince westerly following the
meandering of shore, thence
southerly following the mean-1
dering of shore; thenee easterly
following meandering of shore
to point of commencement, con-
taining 500 acres more or less.
Nv.lH. LAURA ELLIS.
August 3rd. I'.Hl.
Watch
Repairing   *_____
C. H. DAVIE
Send articles by mail to Furt George, B.C.
P. G. B. BODEKER
Land Timber Cruiser
Pre-emptions Located.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Estimates Submitted.
TRUNK
Farm Lands, Garden Tracts,
Timber Limits, Mineral Claims,
Town Lots
Having resided in the Fort
George district since the first
frame building was erected,
and knowing all lots on the
different townsites, 1 will undertake the sale of all property placed in my hands.
Edward Roberts
Real Estnt»\ Nntnry Public. Insurance Agent,
Auctioneer and Valuator
References:   The Park of Vancouver and Thu
Traders Bunk of Cunada
Fori George.
and you will find a good live town    Two hanks, saw mill,
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds  of  satisfied   buyers
WRITE FOn INFORMATION TO
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CO.
172 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B 0 , or the resident agent,
g. e. Mclaughlin
Fourth Avenue, South Fort George
ns^i
Assets Exceed Fifty Million Dollars
n»"i
% Bank of British North America
Your money Is safer in Hie liunk than in your house or in your
pocket. It is not tied up. Vou can got II out nt any time without delay. NOTES discounted. Local and foreign Drafts bought
and sold.  COLLECTIONS made piompUy.   Money Orders issued.
Fort George Branch,       L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr.
Townsite
lots.
FRASER
LAKE
lgms.
Bronger & Flynn
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Plans and blue prints made
Estimates submitted
All kinds of work promptly
executed
j OFFICE v
j NO. 7 SECOND STREET
I South Fort George 	
THE TRADERS BANK OF CANADA
Head Office:
TORONTO, ONT.
Paying Out-of-Town Accounts
Small amounts can be sent safely and at small cost by using
Bank Money Orders. Any bank in Canada (Yukon excepted)
will cash them without charge, and they can be cashed in leading American cities.   They are sold at the following rates:-
J.1 and under
Ovur^lO tuJ5.'_0
i'- centa
IS cents
Capital and Surplus . $8,580,000
H. C SEAMAN, Manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, R. C.
J
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Head Offlrr:
VANCOUVER. B. C.
CAPITAL. All THOIUZED
I) I I.
IC TO R i
R.   P.   Mrl.i-nniin.-Kmi..   Pronidonti   Mc
Lrlllinn.     Mi-l-V-ly   S   Co.,     Wind., il
Iliirdv.nr.',  Vancouvi-r,  B.C.
M.   II.   I'AUI.IN.    Esq..   Vice I'i-  i-'-nl
r:i|iilnlist.  Vii-lni'in,   ll.C.
HIS  HONOR T.   IV.   IM I'KIISOV,   l.ni
tciinnt-tlovcrnor Hi- • nh C -inmhl i
I..  IV. SlIAWORtl.   Esq., M.I..A..  M-r
chant,  lli-dlrv.  ll.C.
VI.  II. MAI.KIN.  Esq., Tin- VI.  II. Mil
kin   Co..    I.id..     Wholcmlc   liiw-iK
Vancouver,   ll.r.
$2,000,000
NOW   \Yrntlnin-
KoIm-ii  Kennedy
8 tor,
J.   \    Ml'l'rlll-'l.l..    Esq..    Capitalist,
\ i- i.i-.i.  H   C.
K    II    HEAPS,   Esq.,   E    II.   Heaps *
I'-- .   I, in'., i-   and  Timber;   I'r-- 4" '
Coli i-'   -   Tin.-!   i'i- .   I.ul ,    Vancou
ver,  ll. 0.
I.   1.   II \K\ l-'.V.  Esq.,  K I'.,  formerly
id  Cn nok,   ll i'..  Vancouver,  li C.
A.  I,. DEW Ml. ili-iii rul  Manager.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Fort George Uranch; F. N. DEWAR, Manager.
-N
gore & McGregor,
B. C. LAND SURVEYORS
Victoria and
Fort George. B. G.
A. P. ANDERSO J
CABINET W0RK:£,
and General Wood Work
HAMILTON AVENUE
McGaghran
Thorne
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
AND MAKERS OF FINE ICES
Fourth St., South Fcrt Gecrge
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
Fort George
Drug Co.
NOW.
Prescriptions a
Specialty
NEW BOOKS SbSV-S
iarge shipment just received
Tollel arllrals, Pntenl Medicines
Mnpxl noi-.Books, Slmlonory,
I'mli-i Articles, Drumrlati' Sundilos
THE
CLUB POOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON  STS.
LOYAL & DAVIS,   Props.
Smokers' supplies
a specialty
JV
Four pool tallies
Splendid environments
CASH PRIZES:
For the best apples, potatoes,
wheal,  oats,   barley  and  rye
grown in Central British Columbia along the line nf lhe Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
APPLES,
--one cetlt-
First prize    $50.00.
Second prize   $25.00
POTATOES,
One prize of $25.00
WHEAT,
One prize of $25.00
OATS,
..
One prize of $25.00
BARLEY,
One piize of $25.00
RYE,
One prize ol $25.00
Not more than one prize awarded to one person, We will pay
freight charges from Prince Rupert, Hazelton, Telkwa or Fort
George, to Vancouver, B. C, A letter signed by two witnesses
must accompany each consignment, giving legal description
of land on which samples were grown, and wherever possible
name of variety should be given. In letters regarding apples,
state age of trees and when thev commenced bearing,
Prizes will I*, iiwiinliil Docomlu
awards.
Itth.1911. i'iiiii|ii.|i-
i will.lii-1- losto
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
General Offices: 61B to 624 Metropolitan Bidg., Vancouver,B.C
London Office:   « Old Jewry. I
PAID-UP  CAPITAL, ~- 7       . $1,500,000.        J
ADVERTISE IN THE HERALD
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