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 The Herald tells the truth
regarding investments In
this district. Consult It.
H^^IGEORGEHERALD
JAH
iiiC«
VULUME 1,   NO. 70
SOUTH   FORT   GEORGE,
CITY AND DISTRICT
B.C.,   UECEMBER30,   1911
The lirst  wedding to be held
in South  Fort George was sol-
em. zed on  Friday   hist, when
Mr. !'. (i. H. Bodeker and Miss.
Luti' E.  Brady were joined in
the I) >itds of wedlock. Both are
well k   iwn and popular young
people, who have been residents
of this town   from its earliest
stages,  and  the event   was celebrated by the (own en  masse,
as such   an    important   inil al
function should be celebrated in
tt live western community. The
wedding was a very quiet affair
conducted  in the homo of  Mr.
and   Mrs     John    Mclnnis, tin
Rev.  R.  fl.  I. Williams offic'at-
ing, but when the news leaked
out tt great gathering of South
Fort   Georgeans marched upon
tint Bank of B. N. A., where the
happy couple were being entertained, and carried out. the fins
western  custom     of a ehivaree
with  noise,  good     wishes,   antl
great eclat.
Mr. and Mrs. (_. K. McLaughlin gave a Christmas tree party
lo a number of Indian children
on Ci ristmas day.
. ... ... ._. __v uu,      IV 1 l $ 3  J
TOWNSITE^CONFIJCTIONS at HAZELTON
he townsite rumpus around I conclusive.  It appeared on the   ticed  m   *' * - -   "•■'■'•
;elton  waxed «nn»»»i■■■•   '
$3 DOLLARS  PER ANNUM
The townsite rumpus arount
Hazelton waxed somewhat hot
in its centres of interest  recent
ly.     There    appears   to   be    as
many ETazeltons on the tnarki
as there are Fort Georges,   i n
firm of Messrs. Green B,ros., &
Burden, who surveyed the Na
ural   Resources   Security  Com
pany's various townsites up tin
Nechaco   Kiver here,   have rui
lines   round    twenty   thousant
lo!..-;      in    the      Hazelton      site.'
during the    past summer, am
that is   but   a   portion of th
offerings  around     that   platv.
The Natural Resources Security
Company started   an advert/is
ing  campaign,   presumably tt
the   lot     market   up  tlv
River,   by announcing
y would sell the G
at   that   place. Of
raid   kl
would
bull
Skeena
that ti
P. townsiti
c >urse Ti.u    II
well  that  they
ticed  in   the   Hazelton country,
even from this romote spot.
Mr. Bob Kelly, of Vancouver
fame, applied for an injunction
to restrain the G. T. P, from
selling their Hazelton townsite
by auction recently, hut, the application was thrown out of the
courts. When tlv stile was announced the owners of the site
oh New Hazelton applied for the
injunction to restrain the sal
claiming that
by G. II. Ryley, G. T. P. town-
site agent. He also read an affidavit from Mr. Robert Kelly to
show that lut had purchased the
land on which New Hazelton
stands on the promise of the G.
T, P, that they would establish
a siding there. They had also
marked this block "station
grounds" on their plans. This
land was situated in block 882.
 .   Since then the     railroad com-
_   they had an ap-  pany had purchased this other
plication  before    the    Railway  townsite of South Hazelton in
Commission,     which    is to be  block 881   and     were now ad-
heard at   Ottawa on December vertising  it    for sale.   At  the
19 to decide where the railway same time Mr. Kelly's company
I station is   to   bt1 located. The had   already sold   300   lots in
'owners of    the New   Hazelton New Hazelton and people were
townsite claimed that, their po- moving there and preparing to
sition  would  be seriously prej- erect buildings.  All they asked
udiced if  the    auction   sale of now was that an injunction be
South Hazelton    were   carried granted to restrain the G. T. P.
ii—| "lit   Mr. A. Whealler, of Wade,  from selling until such time as
We have no means of knowing j Whealler <fc McQuarrie, appeared  this    Railway     Commissioners
ie lots being sold by I in support   nf th-   »--|:- -l!
im as a town-
site promoter. The following reproduced advertisment from a
Winnipeg contemporary is very
We havt
ority from ||„
s'rs.   Chamber
i ice-president
peelivelv,
i)
mivi
Members     of     the    Masonic
Brotherhood    in     South  Fort
(leorge tendered  ..    banquet   to
iheir brother mambcrs residing
in the Nechaco townsite, in the
Fourth   Street   Hall,   on  Wednesday    last.    The   gathering
numbered      twenty     members.
This is the lirst   Masonic  Banquet   held  here, and   the affair
was greatly   enjoyed    by those
privileged     to attend.    Mr. Edward Roberts, who has attained the degree of Bast Master in
the   Order,     acted     its    toast-
missioner   p
A hockey match was bid onJCrand Trunk   Pacific  |{
lhe new rink on New Year's eve  ' ^^^
between the  Fifth    Avenue and
Wtill Street teams, which clashed in a match to decide the supremacy in this   line of sport.
Tl,'-'   score     ended    with three
goals tt) the Wall Street team,
and one to    Fifth    Avenue.  It
was a   gruelling    contest from
start to finish and Referee Wig-
iiins had his hands full in keeping the   players down    to  the
game.     Nevertheless    his     decisions were very impartial. The
usual holiday crowd were in at-
tendancerent ance    despite    the
fact t* .it the tiir was chilly.
The   star   performer  for the
winners was Jno. Bronger, who
slowed unlooked for speed and
skill. The losers '
-V. I.. Rowath.
... .....it uu means ot knowing I Whealler tt McQuarrie, appeal ,_,j     wumimssioners
knew very whether the lots being sold byjin support   of the   application had decided where the townsite
1 never be the Natural Resources Security which    was    opposed   by Mr. | was to be.
allowed to do so, but  it  kept Company Ltd., in the Hazelton i Louis     Alexander   of Tiffin &     In reply to a question of Mr.
the general public guessing very  lot maze, are good, bad, or in-' Alexander,  on    behalf    of the Justice Morrison, council   said
freely as   to the  reason   which  different, and as there are news- Grand Trunk   Pacific   Railway that   the   advertisments    con-
impelled   such   an   astute pro-j papers in     Hazelton, it    is in  Company, and Messrs. Lucas & tained no   intimation that the
moter as Mr. George J.  Ham- their hands   to protect the in- Lucas, representing Mr. W.  J. j establishment of a station must
mond    (o    make   such    a rash   (crests of the public if propert-  Sanders, former   owner   of the  be subject to   the approval of
statement, when he might have ies are misrepresented there, as townsite who was joined to tlio. the Railway   Commission.   Mr.
known   that the   ultimate out-  they were here to an appaling issue. ' Justice Morrison then ."'marked
come   of    such   action    would  degree until The Herald sorted     Mr.  Whealler   produced    the that the  Railway   Commission
further discredit him as ■. t,......    t|1{, (r0]d from the dross and up-  formal   advertisments   showing might think that it was a piece
held its   assays    to the public  that these sales were to be held   of ;mno"*' L
gaze. It is apparent, however, on   December   19    in Victoria.
t:wit wild-catting is being prac-  The   Advertisment
impertinence to proceed with
this sale   before   they   had ap-
Cnnuinu«i <w page four.
at-    rm-    -~ ===========___=-^J-__    J "*   -'"'vertisment   was signet!  —--
"I _•_____***,™"» SOCTHIFORTGEORGE
v from .1,,,   t .1. _ „       l<',,',,w^    townsite. These !.«■»!.._! ._._.».     ,       . W*JV**«^
east that Mes
Hn and Ryley
and Land  Com
f tin
illwtiy,
the sur
(Jeorge    townsite. These would land the railroad station I a report was circulated to the
'lemn   are   also   authority distant about one third of the effect that a promoter had paid
statement that the station  width of the   reserve from the the O  T  p  ennn->....
I    not   be   further    th»-  ™~~~     "'
best player was
I ndoubtadly   the    most  successful social event 0f the festive season was the banquet held
.".! the   Fourth    street   hall on
Thursday last to provide an op-
Portunity for   all     those wiu
wished to attend   a Christmas
(lmner   together   under a eom-
"."'"   n,»>d. ns   being far from
lll°se   various  places   where,   in
'"'>>'* past Christmas had been
-I'.'"1-   Mr.   A.   Forrest   was  the
!"'l,n<3 mover and   promoter of
' "' undertaking, and he and his
■'lasocuiteB   are    to  be congral-
",ltod upon   the   success which,
"'tended the allair, due to their
''"fifties.  Eighty four sal down
" ""' table and did justice to
"' good   thiiiLs    provided by
1 cssrs.    MeGaghren cy   Thorne,
Z .Cttterers.     Mr. W.   B. Dean
"!|,(| as toast master which cap-
lr||.v he filled   admirably. The
l"'lrl1 making and singing was
iUTjed far into the early morn-
ng hours.
•»£#$
South Fort George in May 1910
«'nterfront. The distant buildings
'"«■»*'<" purposes. Tiv north and
vey of the
in   sucl.t
north and
Indian Res
ectly with
Indian   Reserve here
a manner that the
south streets on the
't've w ill connect dir-
those   of the South
',,,■! _ .. c. icjjors was circulated to the
gentel . ..-.. _-._<_ uutnoniy distant about one third of the effect that a promoter had paid
for tt statement that the station width of the reserve from the the G. T. P. 8200,000 to locate
would not be further than Fraser River, exactly whore we the station advantageously to
eight blocks, or roughly 1500 have always contended it would his townsites. That promoter
yards, west of the Fraser River be located. The Railway Com- was George J. Hammond, Pres-
•.atcrfront. The southern boun- mission will perhaps bu invoked idem of (lie Natural Resources
line of the Indian reserve if the location does not suit the Security Company Limited,
 ——" | a concern that the Land Commissioner of the G. T. P. goes
to the trouble of denying in
pring, any connection w'th.
It amvars evident t.nnr, tf>«
Grand Trunk Pacific railroad
realize thus early in tbair town-
site policy here, that the large
development of the future town
will be along the Fraser River
waterfront.
A wedding was solem ised in
Fort George tics week between
Mr. Max Burgo and Miss West
both of this place. Miss West is
the daughter of Mr. ant! Mrs.
William West, of West Lake.
Work on tive skating rink has
been completed, and tl" ice is
now open to the public. A
charge is being made by the
club of 85 for season tickets. A
carnival is arranged to.take
place next Wednesday night.
About foutry children atend-
ti Christmas tree party in the
Fourth Street hall on  Tuesday.
Bear River from Bear Lake,
antl in order to bring in supplies they whilpsawed lumber
along the lake to built! a flot-
tilla   of   boats, antl    tne noise
lUS pieuure shows the splendid docking facilities 0f the
on   he   ndian Reserve, bought by   the   G   T      '
-nth streets on these sites will   he   main thoroughfares
but the
P
A GREAT HUNTER WHO CAME FROM AFAR.
is 120 ehains in lengtl
point where the G. T. P. cros
sing will strike the reserve shore
line is about 20 chains east of
the south east corner, this then
up-river    townsite    promoters,
who, from time to    time have  ..        - , , an,,    me noise
tated that they    had the   ex-, th7 made chopping down treel
.....  »"d   hammering     drove     tb>
s
act   location
grounds fixed
T. I', lownsite
registered as
were sold by
in the Domin-
orin, by Auci-
,1'Ots ;„ the G
1    Hazelton,
""Ih   Hazelton
'"'tion recently
I Mall, at Vic	
""'"'•Beat tie, for Alderman G
'ylhatmson, who is acting
"' "ie provincial government.
I "!' PNCBS, in 11,, first sale,
Smed for   lots ranged from
?" «P to    $1200,  which  was
"   lor lots on the Broadway
ou|evard. Good trackage lot's
old for $500 and up,
'!■(•
One of the leading lights in
"little old New York's" financial world, A. Barton Hepburn,
Chairman of the Chase Nation-
til Bank; President of the Cham-
b ir of ('omtnerce of New York;
President    of  il"    New   York
Clearing House Association,
find on lhe directorate of many
other weighty organizations in
the world's second cily. ran across the ciii!inenl in I|-s private car ami craw '"<l up lhe old
Cariboo Road lor 350 miles by
stage lo Barkerville, ostensibly
tn shoot hie brown grizzley
be; trs.
The lion. A, Barton He]
burn return d lo New Yor
without any bear claw watch
charms,   lie blames (his lo lh
t   that  lie  ivas not alone
country with the bears.
of   ihe   station
In one instance
f;t(.   ,,m.i in- was not alone in
lhe country with the bears. He ^ ^^^^^^^
tells how a party of surveyors'sending   it     tearing   over
made too much noise ant! sent  landscape badly disliguret'
swimming
, hit on  the
and
beasts
where
them
salmon ^_^_^_^_^m^_^_^_^_M
"So he tint! his guides—he had
i one else with     him on the
away   from     the river,
I had   come   to   shoot
when they    came   after
no
tl.u river which thej
head with an axe,
I
—^^^^mi^m_^ m "■"' otsiii  tantiseape Partly disfigured. The ^^^^^^^^
the grizzleys scuttling into the New York Tribune relates Mr. trip— saddled up their horses
middle distance before he could Hepburn's experiences tis fol- and rode fifty miles through the
get at crack at them at all.       ; lows: j wilderness to Barkerville, a lit-
Mr,    Hepburn   may    know a|    "I started out to get a griz- I tie   town     three     hundred and
whole lot about tint bears that  zley bear," siad Mr. Hepburn in  fifty   miles   from     the nearest
range   the floors     of   the   New  speaking    of his     trip, "   antl  "'"':    "
York Stock Exchange, but he should probably have succeeded
evidently does not know very as 1 had made my plans with
much about hunting the wily great care, if it had not been for
animals which infest our tall a party of British Columbia
timber.   Me sf...-i/..l    •»    —  ■"
station on the Canadian Pacilic Railroad, which was to take
him east. From Barkerville Mr.
Hepburn journeyed to the rail-
^^^^^     __   .. (j.m.> oi     oritisn    uotumbia I road by stagecoach. Although
He started in on tint government surveyors, who dissapointed at not getting a
principle (hat all things come reached the hunting grounds at grizzley this trip, Mr. Hepburn
to him  who    wttits,  instead of  the same time I did. hopes for better luck next year,
striking out after the q.uarry of ' "They were looking for coal , From the look in his eye as he
his desire.. The survey party of lands and not for bear, but related his experiences it was
which Mr. Hepburn complains they succeeded in frightening evident that he is detirmined to
went on down thc Bear River away all the game for miles get a grizzley bear plet no mat-
after having built boats at the around. Their surveys extended ter how far into the wilderness
lake,   and    encountered   a bear  seventy-five    miles     down    lhe  he may have to go to get it." FORT GEORGE HERALD
PUBLISHED BY THE
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING CO. Ltd.
J. a   DANIELL   PRESIDENT
Devoted   to   the   interests   of   Fort
George and  the entire Northern Interior.
J. B. DANIEUi, Editor.
I CASSIAR LAND DISTRICT.
Of thc Pence River  Land Distrct.
TAKK notice  tii.it  John  H.   Pinchbeck,
of Slocan, H. C, occupation merchant, in
lends tu apply for permiss Hn lo purcliuse
; tlie the fullowing described l.uuls:
Commencing at a post planted 5 miles
! west of the east end of Chu-chi lake antl
on the south side and marked ".'. H. P.,
N. E. comer'' thence south 80 clmins,
thence wesl 80 chains; thenee north 40
chains more or less to the lake, thence
followin"1 the lake shore easterly to point
of    commencement,    containing   320   acres
1 more
less.
Saturday, December. 301911
r JOHN  U.  PINCHBECK.
September,  mh,  1911. Decg.
CASSIAR   1.AN1)   DISTRICT.
Of the  Peace River  I,;ind  Distr'ct.
TAKIC  notice   that  Angus   McMilliun,  of
Vancouver,   H.   I'.,   occupation   gentleman,
111 tends to apply fur pemrssion  to  purcliase the following descrilied  hinds:
Commencing  at  a  post p'auted   14  miles
west of  the east end of Choo-chi  lake, on
he sm'th slmre nnd mnrked "A. McM., N.
E,   corner"   thence  south  80 chains;   thence
wesl   80   cnains;      thence   north   35   cha'ttS
more  or less   to  the lake  thence following
the   lake  easterly   to   point   of  commencement,  »■iittainiii"   640  acres  more or   Uss.
ANGUS MeMII.UN'N.
SepLmbe,   mh.,   ign, Dec,4.
w
'ITH this issue The Herald
bids farewell to the Year
of Our Lord one thousand, nine
hundred and eleven.
it has been significant in
many ways in Canada's history. Great changes have come
about, whought by the might
of lhe people's will. Internationally it has been a year of progress towards that ultimate
hope of the nations—peace on
earth. Yet there have been massacres in China, and battle murder and sudden death in Turkey, but from afar we regard
these tragerdies of modern barbarism as the blood tracks of
the beast upon the white highways leading to the future emancipation of such turbulent
countries.
The ^eat war dogs of Europe
have snarled in anger, as, with
bared fangs and flensing claws
they they wrangled over some
bone of contention, but
diplomacy, that subtle appeasing high art of word-usage in
place of bloodshed, has triumphed, and the sky is clear of
war clouds once again.
Here, in Soutii Fort George,
the pulsating hed heart set in
tint midst of an awakening wilderness, the course of human
events have claimed for us a
future of prosperity. There will
arise here a great city. Its inception hals begun'in the work
of the pioneers, and the personnel now comprises live and
up to date business men with
t!«) pioneers. A combination
well calculated to further the
growth of the future city.
We wish our many readers a
happy and prosperous New
Year.
CASSIAR   I,AND   DISTHICT.
Of the  Pence Hiver  I, uui  Distrct.
TAKE notice th.it William Pinchbeck, ol
Slocan, B. C, occupation merchant, in
tends to apply for permission lo purchase
the lollowini; described lands:
Commencing at a post nlanted n miles
west ol the ea.st side of Clioo chi lake on
on the south shore ami marked "W. P.,
N, K. comer" thence south Ho chains;
thence west 80 chains; theuce mirth ..5
chains more or less to the lake; thencc
following the lake shore easterly to the
point of commencement containing 320
acres more or less.
WILLIAM PINCHBECK,
September,  11th,  1911. Dcc.9.
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTKICT.
Ot  the  Peace  River  I.iuil  Distriot.
TAKE notice that Si's.in I.elluim, ol
Vancouver, B. C, occupntion dressmaker,
intends to apply for permission to purch.
.ot-  the   fol'ow-'nj;  descrilied   lauds:
Commencing at a post planted is miles
west of the cast 'end ol Clioo-chi lake on
the south shore aud marked "S. I.., N. E.
corner" tl ence soutli So chains: thence
west So chains; thence north 25 chnius,
more or less to the lake tltenee following
the lake easterly to point ol commencement, conlainintr .20 acres more or less.
SISAN  l.l.I.M'M.
September  uth.,  1911. Dec.9
Fort George Trading & Lumber Cc, Limited""
Operators of Steamers cn the Fraser, Nechaco and   ZZ <™»ton«d t„ •*„.„„„„.
Stuart Rivers - Manufacturers of Lumber   ^f6!""^ transporters
pouu ut dus linn Lion,
AO Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber for Sale
" Bone Dry Lumber in the Yards "
Phone: One-One   Mouldings
South Fort George
chas. e. Mcelroy
General Manager,
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTRICT.
Of  thc  Peace  River  Lmul  DisirVl.
TAKK notice that Allace Pinchbeck, ol
Slocan, B. C, nccupation married A'nmon,
intends to apply for permission to purcli
ase the  following  descrilied  lands:
Commencing at a post planted 7 miles
west of the east end of choo-chi lake on
the south side and marked "A. P., N. K.
corner" tiience south 80 chains: tlicnce
west 80 chains; thence north 40 chains
more or less to thc lake; thence following
the shore of lake easterly to point of coin
mencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
ALLACE PINCHBECK.
September,   nth,   1911. Dec.9.
CASSIAR  LAND   DISTRICT.
Of  the  Peace  River   Lmul  District.
TAKE notice that Florence Pinchbeck,
nf Slocan, B. C. occupation married woman, intends to apply lor peniiiss:on to
purchase  the   following  descrilied   lands:
Commencing at a post planted 8 miles
west of the east end ol Choo-chi lake on
the south shore and marked "K. P., N. E.
corner" thence south 80 chains; thencc
west 80 chains; thence north 10 chains
more or less to the lake; thenc? following
tlie lake shore eastcrlv to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or
less.
FLORENCE  PINCHBECK.
September,   nth,   1911, Dec.9.
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTHICT.
Of the  Peace River Lmd District.
TAKE  notice that  Robert E.  Barton, nf
t Vancuuver,  B.  C,  occupation clerk,  intends
! to   applv   for   permission   to   purchase   the
1 following   described   lands'
j    Commencing  at  a  post  planted   16  miles
I west  of the  east end of Choo-chi   lake, on
i Hie south slmre anli marked "tt. K. B., N.
1 E. corner." thence soulh So chains;  thence
I west   80   chains;     thencc   north   20   chains
1 more or less  to the lake;  thence following
the   lake  shore  easterly   let  point  of  com.
mencement,   containing  640  acres  mofe  or
less.
ROBERT Iv BARTON.
September   nth.,  Km.                    Dec.9
I , ,	
CASSIAR  LAND   DISTRICT.
Of the Peace River   Land  Distr'ct.
TAKE notice  that  Violet Gale, of Van-
1 couver,  B.  C.  occupation Clerk,   intends to
anply   for  permission   to  purchase   the  fol-
1 lowing  described  lands:
''    Commencing  at  a post  planted   19 miles
1 west  of  the   east  end  of  Choo-chi   lake  rwi
the south shore ond marked "V.  G.,  N.  E.
corner."   thence    south   80   chains;   Ounce
j west   80   chains;     thence   north     40   chains
1 more or  less to the lake:  thence following
! the   shore  easterly   to  point   of  commencement, containing *20 acres more or less.
1 VIOLET GALE.
September  12th.,  1911. Dec.9
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS ]
COMPANY
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Stages
OPERATING
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 I      Autos     Steamboats
From Ashcroft to Fort George, and all points in
the northern interior of British Columbia, ^carrying
the Royal Mail, passengers and fast freight.
The Palatial Steamer'B.X. Awaits the Arrival of the Company's Stages
^Altt&'tf     Head;OfflcerAshcroft,B.C.
ACTIVE steps are now
being taken locally to
investigate thoroughly the question of incorporation in South
Fort George.
The movement will undoubtedly be of benefit to the community, and it should receive
the best consideration of every
property owner in this town-
site. The Herald will make a
definite announcement of a
meeting to commence a campaign for municipal control in
South Fort George, in our next
issue.
Distributing Sapplies m UppEr River.
Foley Welch & Stewart, the
rontractors for the completion
ui the big gap in the G. T. P,
between Tete Jaune Cache and
Aldermere are rushing tl.'.ir
work from both ends. They will
be actively at work on the
grade near here next summer,
and will probably establish a
base of supply as South Fort
George in tne spring.
"The best news 1 have heard
this year," declared Timothy
Foley, upon learning that the
ice on the Eraser river would
bear teams as far as Tete Jatn_
(.'ache. Eoley, together with
Welch and Stewart, of the contracting firm which is handling
the construction of the Grand
Trunk Pacific, spent several
days in Winnipeg recently, during which time he had a
long conference with General
Manager Chamberlin, over
rushing to completion the
transcontinental line.
"It was in connection with
this that Eoley made inquiry
as to thn stability of the ice on
the Eraser River, and found
definitely that tive Eraser is
frozen from two to three feet
deep during the winter, which
which will allow them to distribute supplies for distances
soutl1 of the termination of
t /sir waggon roads at Tete
.Jaune, down the Eraser valley.
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTKICT.
Ol' the Pence  River  Lund Distrct.
TAKK  notice  that  Harvey,  h.  Fyfe,  ol
Slocan,   B.   C.   ocenpntion   Hotel-man,   in- I
lends to npply lor  perniission   to purclinsc
the following  described  lnnds:
Commencinf; ut n post planted 9 miles
west ol the enst end of Choo-chi lnke on i
the south shore and marked "II. L. F.,
N. K. corner," thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence north 35
chains more or less to the lake; thence
following the lake shore easterly to point
of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
HARVEY I.. FYFE.
September, nth, 1911. Dcc.9.
CASSIAR  LA.VD  DISTRICT.
Of the Peace River Land Distrct.        1
TAKE notice that Duncan S. McVannell I
of Slocan, B.  C, occupation Post master,
ntends to  apply  for permission to  purch-
•'•.. followine described lands;
Commencing ot  a  post   planted   10 miles '
west (jf the east eand of Choo-chi lnke on J
the  soutii   shore  and  marked "D.  S.,  Mc   j
V,, N. F.. corner"  thence south 80 clinins; '■
tiience   west   80   chains;   thencc    nortii   40 !
chains   more  or   less   to   tlic   lake;   thence
lollowini; the  lake shore easterly  to point
of   commencement,   containiug   640     acres
more or less.
DUNCAN S. McVANNKI.L.
September,  nth,  1911. Dcc.9.    I
CASSIAR  I.AN'D   DISTRICT
OI the  Pence River  I.■uui  Distrct.
TAKK notice that Ada E. Green, ol
Vancouver, II. C. occupation clerk, intends
tu nunly for permission to purchase the
follnw'nc  described  lnnds:
Commencing at a nost planted 20 miles
west of tlie cnst end uf Choo-chi lake on
the soutii shore nnd marked "A. E. 0.,
N. E, corner" thencc soutii 80 chains;
thence west 80 clinins; thence north 15
chains more or less to the lake: thence
following thc shore easterly to point of
commencement, containing 320 acres more
or less.
ADA E. OREEN.
September   nth,,  1911. Dec.9
CASSIAR  I.AND  DISTRICT.
01 the Peace River Lnnd District.
TAKE notice that Helen Simpson, of
Vancouver, B. _., occupation cjerk, intends
to nnnlv for iiermission to purchase the
fullowing   descrilied   lands:
Commencing at a post planted 1 mile
west ol the west end of Choo-chi lake on
the south shore of the intake aud marked
"H. S., N. W. euruer" thence soutli 80
chains; thencc east 80 chains; tbence north
30 chains more or less to tbe intake,
theuce fulluwing the shore of the intake
westerly tu point of commencement, containing $20 neres more or less.
HELEN SIMPSON.
September   uth.,  1911. Dcc.9
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTRICT.
Of the Peace River  Land  District.
TAKE notice that Mary O. Plocock, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation Spinster, intends to apply lor permission to purchase
the lollowing described lands ;
Commencing at a  post planted   11   miles
west of the east  end  cd   Choo-chi  lake on ;
the  south   shore   and   marked   "M.   0.   P.,
N.   E.   coruer"     thence    south   80   chains;
theuce   west   80     chains;   thence  north   20
chains  more   or   less    to  the   lnke;   thencc
follow ng  the  lake shore to  point ol  com- '
mencement,  containing 320 ncres  morc or !
less.
MARY O. PLOCOCK.
September,   Ilth,   1911. Dec.9.
CASSIAR   LAND   DISTRICT.
Of the Peace  River  Lnnd  District.
TAKE notice thnl Maud M. McLaughlin,
ol Vancouver, B. C. ocenpation spinster,
intends to apply lor permission lu purch
ase the loiluwing described  lands:
Cummencing al a pust planted 12 miles
west of tb.- east end of Clioo chi bile un
the south shore and marked "M. Mil,., '.,
E. corner" thence soulh 80 chains; t.'t.iee
west 80 chains; theme north 30 ehains
more or less to the lnke; Ihenee lollowing
llie lake shore easterly to point uf com
mencement, contuining 320 acres more or
less.
MAUD m. Mclaughlin.
September, nth,  1911. Dec.9.
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTRICT.
Of  the  Pence River Land District.
TAKE notice that M. B. McMillian, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation clerk, intends
to apply Ior permission to purchase the
loiluwing described lands:
Comnieneing at a post planted 1 mile
west ol the west cud ol Clioo chi lake on
lhe south shore of the intake and marked
"M. 11. McM., N. K. corner, thence south
80 chains; tbencc west 80 chains; tbence
north 30 chains more or less to the intake
thenee following the shore of intake easterly to point ol commencement, containing
320 acres inure ur less.
M.   II. Mc.MILI.IAN.
September   12th.,   1911. Dec.9
CASSIAR   LANI)  DISTKICT.
Of  the  Peace River  I..md  District.
TAKIC nutiee thut Maggie Lilbum, ul
Vancouver, i J3. C. occupation dressmaker,
intends tu apply lur permission tu purch.
use lhe following described lands;
Commencing at a posi planted 3 miles
wesi ol tin' west end of Choo-chi lake on
the south shore ul llu intake and murked
"M. I.., N. VV. comer" llience south 80
chains; thence easl Ho ehnins; thence north
33 chuius more ur less to the intake;
thence lollowing the shore ol intake west
erly to poini ol commencement, containing
320 neres more or less.
MAGGIE I.ILBI'M.
September  12th.,   1611, Dee.9
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTRICT.
Of  the  Peace  River  I, ind  Distrct.
TAKE notice that I.Lauru Reeve, of
Vancouver, B. C, occunation elerk, intends
to apply for permission lu purehuse the
following described binds:
Commencing at a post plnnted 17 miles
west ol the eust cud of Choo-chi lnke 011
the south side and marked "I,. R., N. K.
corner" thence south 80 chuins; ihenee
west 80 chailis; thenee north 30 chains;
more or less to the lnke, tliencc following
the shore easterly to point ol commence
ment, containing 320 acres more or less.
LAUJtA REEVG.
September   12th.,   ifill. Dee 9
CASSIAR   LAND   DISTRICT.
01 the Pence  Kiver  Land  Distr ct.
TAKE notice  thnt  Angus  I).  McDonald, !
of Vancouver, B. C, ocenpation gentleman
intends to  upply   lor   jiermission   tu  purch   j
ase  the  following  described   lands:
Commencing at a posl planted 13 miles j
wesl ol the east end of Clioo chi lake on i
the south shore und marked "A. Mel). N.
E. corner" thenee south 80 chuius; thenee
west 80 chains; thenee nurtli 2,s chains
mure or less to the lake; thence (ollowing
thc lake shore easterly to point of commencement, containing 320 acres more or
less.
ANGUS I)   McDONALD,
September nth., 1911, Dee.9.
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTKICT.
Ol  the  Peace River  Land  Distriet.
TAKE nutiee that Bertha Cardifl, ot
Vancuuver, II. C. occupation elerk, intends to npply (ur permissiun to purchase
lhe following described lands:
Commencing nl a post planted at the
outlet 'on the suuih slmre ol Clio-ct-bon
lake ad marked "II. C, N. E. corner"
thenee soutii 80 chains; theuce west 80
chains; Ihenee norlh 15 ehains more or less
to Uic. hike: thenee billowing lhe shore
easterly tu the puint ul commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
II1CKTIIA   CARDIFF.
September   13th.,   1911. Dcc.9
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTKICT.
'    Of the Pence River Lnnd  District.
TAKE notice thut Edith Drown, ol Vancouver, B. C, oecupatiun clerk, intends to
applv for perinissiun tu purchase the loll-
owlllg described lands:
Comnieneing at a nost iilanted 5 miles
wesl ul the east end of Cho-etd-bon lake
on the south shore und marked "K. B., N.
E. corner" Ihenee south 80 chains: thencc
west Ho chnius; theme north 20 chains
mure ur less lu the lake; thence following
the shore easli-rly lu puint ol commencement containing y2n ucres mure or less.
EDITH DROWN,
September   IJtli,   1911, Dec.9
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CASSIAR LAND DISTKICT
Of I'eaee Kiver l.uril Distriet,
TA k R notiee thnt I.nurn Ellis, of Portland, Ore.
oei i iiati in married wiunnn. intends to apply for
in rmissio i to purchase the followitiK iIcHcridcd
lanus:
CummeneeiiK at n post plantod at the Snuth-t'iiHt
end of Choo-chi l.ase and marked  "1., R,,S. I'..
corner" the
Ihenee west
shore; I hem
slmre; then
shore lo pu
acres mora i
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CASSIAR   F.AND  DISTKICT.
Of tt Peace River I,and Distr et.
...    iliil      .1    J.   Cushion,   ol
TAKE ..'"fl    ocenpation mere t, in
Vuncouver     .    -,        >MoB lo purchasi
lf"d?   l"ui I   dcscr.licd   lunds:
the I n».V " .      I)0se  pluutcd 6 miles
Commencing  at        "      C|,„ ,td-b„n  lata
•■"•I,;',..*.1     «■      a.nJrkc.."J.J..C..
«"    '   corner"    thece     south  8o  Onus;
^commencement     < U»»«K    3"'  '"■"'
more or less.      _   _   cxfSHION.
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caSSIAR UND  DISTKICT.
Of the Peace Kiver  Lnnd District.
,,i;K lint|cc thai  R.  >'■■ Clientiotte, o
v       ,,',.,   ll   C     occupation  dressmaker
■ZZ „, apply for  permission  to  purcl,
„,,. blowing Y" o,s    Lu,l  7  mllei
Commencliig nt  a   post   panwu   /
weSt   ol   the   e.ist   end   of   t 1 ....I      '"'   >'".'
M the soutii shore, and murked •'_-■ E. C.
v    i'   comer"   thencc     south  So chains
rr ^s" t:" t„ «T2^
ara. **Jr-JSuS, I -
commencement^   |?   CIU,:NN,,TTI,:,
September  ijlli.   191'.     ""'9
CASSIAR   I.AND   DISTKICT.
Ol the  Peuce  River I.nnd District.
TAKG noiice thai  Rlsic Diickcrson, ni
Vuncouver,  B. C,  occupation   book keeper
intends to npplv  for permissiun  to  purch
nae the following described binds:
Commencing al a post planted H mllei
west of the enst end of Cho-etd-bon lnke
on the south shore und marked "R. B.
M Iv corner" tlicnce south So ih.iins
thence west So ehnins; thence north 3c
cnains nmrc or less to the lnke; thenc.
I,.Mowing the shore easterly to point ol
commencement.
ELSIE  BUCKERSON.
September  13th-   ion. Dcc.9
~ CASSIAR  LAND   DISTRICT.
Of  the  Peuce River  Land Dislriel.
TAKIC notice that William Cushion, ol
Vancouver, B, C, occupation Book-keeper,
intends to upply for permiss on to purch
ase the following described binds:
Commencing at a posl plnnled 9 miles
wesl ..f the east end of Cho-etd-bon lake
..ii the south shore and murked "W. C.
N. E. corner" thenee south 80 ehnins.
Ihcnce west So chnins: thenee nortli 10
ihains mnre ..r less t.» the lnke; thenct
following the lake shore easterly io point
i.i commcocement.
WILLIAM CUSHION,
September    IJtli.    1911. Dec.9
FORT GEORGE HERALD
CASSIAR   I.ANII  DISTRICT
Of the Peace River Land District.
IAKK notice that Peter Poison, of Van- I
'..uver,   li.   (..,  ocenpation  gentleman,  in
lends to upply for oenuissoii  to pureiiase
he following describeil  hinds:
Commencing at a posi planted 17 miles
vest of thc cast end of Cho-etd-bon lake
.11 the south shore and in irked "P. p.,
'. K. corner" thenee .south Ro eliains;
lieoce west 80 ehnins; tlicnce north i.i
liains more ar less to the lake; theuce
..Mowing the shore easterlv tn poinl ..I
oininenceini-ui, containing un acres morc
ir less.
PETER POLSON.
September 141I1.,  1911. jj,
'ci'.9.
CASSIAK   l.AXD  DISTKICT.
OI the Pea.,- River Land Dislriel.
TAKE notice tlmt William Cameron, ..1
siocnn, B, I., occupation lumberman, iu
lends to applv Ior nermission to purclinsc
ihe following described Innils:
Commencing at a post plnnted 2 milcs
west of the east end ..1 Clioo chi lnke on
iliv north shore ami mnrked "W. (.'., S.
tt. corner" thenee ensl No clinins; tlicnce
north 80 chuins; thelice west is eliains
more or less to the lake, thence southerly
along shore to point ..1 commencement,
containing ,uo ucres more or less.
WILLIAM CAMERON.
September 91I1.,   mi, Dcc.9
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CASSIAK   LAND  DISTKICT.
01  the  Peace Hiver  Lmul District.
TAKE notice that Stella Scaney, ol
'ancouver II. ('., occuiiation Snlnster,
ntends to n""'v lor iiermission to purch-
is? the  lollowini. described  laiuls:
Commencing nt a  post  planted   18 miles
.■est  of  the easl  end   of Cln, etd.bon  lake
.11   the  soutli   shore   and   mnrked   "S.   S.,'|artd nmrkeil "K.  II
.'.   K.   crner"     thenee  soutii    80  chains:
CASSIAK   I.AND  DISTRICT.
Of lhe  Peace River  Land  Distriet.
TAKE nntiee   thai    Richard   Hale,  ol
Slocan,   II.    C., occupat'On   engineer,   inteiuls to npplv for hi-rmissinti to purchase
the following ilescribed lands:
Commencing  at  :.   nost   nlnnted  nl   the
bend  of   (faction   River  ami   north   shore.
S. E. ...rner"  thenco
orth   80  eliains;    tlieine   west   80  ihains:
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i^TE take litis opportunity to inform our many customers and the public generally that the low prices
which haw prevailed in our store through lhe summer
months will be maintained throughout the winter.
7I_ have been ft rtunatein receiving most of our heavy
nntls before the close of navigation and having our
own (cams will be able to bring', our goods over the road
ni the minimum cost.
hence  west    86  chains;   thence  north   40   thence south 35 chains morc or less to the
 '   '"   ""■   1'.|<>!   thence  following  the | lake; thenee easterly along slmre to point
of    commencement     containing  320 acres
diore easterly  to point ,,f commencement,
containing 640 acres morc or less.
STELLA SEANEY,
Scpiembcr  14th.,  1911. Dec.9.
more or less.
RICHARD HALE.
September glh,,   1911.
RUSSELL PEDEN
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CASSIAR   LAND   DISTRICT.
Of the Peace River Land District.
TAKE notice that Maria K. Douglas, of
/ancouver, H. C, occupetion clerk, intends
.. apnly for nermission to purehase the
ollowlng described  binds:
Commencing al a imst nlanted 18 miles
eesl of the east end of Choo-chi lake on
be snulh shore und marked "M, E. D..
.'. E. corner" thence south 80 chains:
hence   wesl   80    chnius;   thencc    north   35
hains more or less  to lake shore;   thence j ciin'ins   more   or   less   to   the   bike
ollowing   the   shore   easterly   to   point   of | following   the  shore  easterly   to   1
-..mineneemeiit, containing ?2o acres.
MARIA   E.  DOUGLAS.
September   utli.,   1911. Dcc.9
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTKICT.
Of the Peace Riier Land Districl.
TAKE notice that  H.  Watt, ol Vancou- I J)
ver,  It.  C,  occupation gentleman, iniends   A
to npplv  for  permission   to  purchase  the   „_,.  _,     ..__ „ _
following described  lands- |k57KW?l5W!W»5W3ll5JBW;W5W2W>«Vv>
Commencing at  a post planted   12 mile
Store, 'Cilice and Lumber Yard, Soutii Fort George
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CASSIAR   I.ANI)   DISTKICT.
Of  the Peace River  Land District.
TAKK nutiee that Pliilles Swaboda, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation spinster, intends to apply fur permission to purchase
the  following descrilied  lands:
Commencing at a oust planted 20 miles
wesl 0/ the east end af Cho-etd-hon lake
Hi thc smith shure and marked "P. S.,
V. E. corner" theuce suuth 80 chains'
thencc west 80 chhins; thence north 30
:hains nmre ur less to the lake, thence
following   the   shure   easterlv   tt
west uf the east end uf Cho-etd-bon lake
nn the south shure and marked "H. \V.,
N. E. corner" thence south 80 chains:
thence   west   80  chains;    thence  nurtli   35
thence
int  of
commencement,  containing 320 acres mure
or less.
R. WATT.
September   131I1.   1911. Dec.9
CASSIAR  I.AND  DISTRICT.
Of the Peace  River  Land District.
TAKK    notice   that     Map-trie   Little,   of I
Calgary Alta.,   uccupaiion married  woman
intends to anply for permission to purcli  J
ase the following described   lands:
Cummencing  at    a   oust  nlanted  at   the
east   end   of    Cho-etd-bon   lake   on   north
shure and  marked  "M.  L.,  S.   K.  coriwr"
thence  nnrth   80    chains;   thencc   west   80
chains; thence south 35 cliains mure ur less
point   of j |()  t|)C  jai(e;   thencc  easterlv  aloti"  shop ,
commencement, cuntaining 320  acres  more   to noint of cummencement, containing 320
'r  'ess' '-, acres mure or less.
PIIIU.KS SVABODA. , MAGGIE UTTI.K.
September  i.|th.,  1911. Dcc.9. j   September 9th.,  iyn. Dec.9
City Li¥er j
Feed
HAMILTON & WHITE
PROPRIETOKS
and
Second St.
CASSIAH   LAND   DISTKICT.
01  tlie  Pence River  l.nnd District.
TAKK   notice   that   P.   .1.     Cualiion,   o' '
Vancouver,   11.   C,    occtipalinii   clerk,   in
tends to apply for periuissiiui to purchasi
the tollowillg descrihed  lnnds:
Commeuciag at a imst planted to mile, i
west nl llie enst end ol Cho-etd bon lake I
on the soiitli shore, and marked "P J. C. ;
N. E. curner" thence suutli 80 clinins
thence west 80 chains; thence uorth 30 j
chains more or less to the lake; thence ;
following the shore easterly to point oi \
commencement.
P. J. CUSHION,
September   13th.   1911. Dec.9
CASSIAK   I.AN'D  DISTRICT,
(it the Peace Hiver Land District.
TAKE notice that John Cibh ol Vancouver, B. C, occupntion nentleman, Intends to apply Ior permission to purchaae
th.- Iollowin); described  lands:
Ci.mmencing at a post planted n miles
west ,.l the enst end of Cho-etd-bon lake
mi thc south shore aud mnrked ".I. ('..,
N K. corner" thencc south 80 chains,
llience west 80 chains; thence north 15
chains mure or less to the lnke, thencc
following tiie shore easterly to point ol
commencement, containing 640 acres more
Of less.
JOHN (.11)11.
September  mli.   1911. Dec.9
CASSIAR   I.AND  DISTRICT.
Ill the Peace River  I.aud District.
TAKM    n,,tiee   that    .Myrtle   Taylor,   ol
\ ancouver,  li.  C, occupation  spinster, in-1
tends   to  apply  Ior   perinissiun   to   purch- '
use the  following described   binds:
Cninmencing at a posi planted n miles
west ot the cnst end ,,l Cho-etd bon lake
"ii the soutli shore nnd marked "M, T.,
N Iv curner" thence south 80 chains
thence vest 80 chnius; thence north 30
chains nmre or less to the lake; thence
lollowing the shore easterly to point ol
commencement, containing Mo acres more
or   less.
MYRTAI.K TAYLOR.
September   i.uh.   1911. Dcc.9
CASSIAK   I.ANI)  DISTKICT
01   the  Peace  Kner   Land  District.
TAKK notice thai   Henry  \V.   Row,-, "I
Vnliconvcr,   It.   c.    occupalion  gentleman,
intends to apply for permission  lo purch
»sc tin- lollowing described  lands:
Commencing nl   a   post   planted   14 utiles
"est   ol   the  east  end   ol   Cho-etd I    lake
»n the south shore and marked "II. W. K.
■V K. corner" thence south 80 chains.
thencc west 80 chains; theuce north 25
chains more or less to the lake: thencc
billowing the shore easterly to point id
'ommencement, contnining 640 acres more
1   less. h
HKNRV W.   RIIWK.
September   l.|ih.,   1911. Dec.9.
CASSIAK   I.ANI)  DISTRICT.
'>!  tlie Pence  Hiver  Land  Dislrict.
'I'AKK notiee that Rubers Waith, of
Vancouver, II. c. occupntion gentleman,
■Ntends to applv for iiermission lo pinch
"«  the  following  described   I Is:
Commencing at a n..si iihini.-d is uiiles
"est of lhe enst end of Cho eld bon bike
I'i the south shore nnd marked "R. VI.,
N. E, corner" thence south 80 chains;
'hence west 80 chnins; thence north to
Chnina more or less to the lake; thence
'""""'mg the shore easterly lo point ol
'"minenceimnt, contnining Jjo acres more
"r less-,
ROBERT WARTH.
September i_|tli.,  1911. Dcc.9.
CASSIAR   I.ANI)  DISTRICT.
"I the  Peace  Kiver Land  District.
TAKE   notiee     Unit     Patrick   I'olcy,   ol
ancouver,  ll.  C, occupntion    miner,  lit
1 nils (,, apply (or permits.on to purchase
he lollowing ilescribed  binds:
Commencing at u post nlnnted 1(1 miles
"est ol the enst end of Cho eld bon  hike
'." Hie south shure and mnrked "P. P., N.
'■•  corner"  thence south 80 chuins;   tbence
"est   80   chuins;   thenee    north   20   chains
more or less to tlie lake; thenee lollowing
'he shore easterlv  to  point   ot  commence
""'tit, containing 640 acres morc or less.
PATRICK  I'OI.KV.
scpiembcr  t-|(li.,   1911. Dec.9.
CASSIAR   I.AND  DISTRICT.
Of The Peace River Land District.
TAKK notice  that Marie Ciper, of Van
'Oliver,  B.   G.   occunation  spinster,  intend.'
'o   annlv   for   nermission   to   purchase   the
following described   lands:
Commencing at a oost nlnnted 21 miles
wesl of the east end ol Cho-etd-hon lake
.11 the south shore nnd marked "M. C.
V.   E.   corner"   tlicnce     south   80   chains-
thenoe  west  80     chains;   tl.eiice  iiorth  *5 I tiience  west" 80   chains; "tiience "south "3° !
hams   more   or   less   to   the   lake;   thence   „haj_ls   more   ....   ,es,  to   the   |ake.   lhe„„
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.
C. WIGGINS     *
Real Estate
CASSIAK   I.AND  DISTRICT.
Of  the  Peace   Kiver   Land   District.
TAKK notice that Myra Anson, of Slo-
j can, II. C, occuiiation married woman,
1 inteiuls to nnnlv for nermission to purch-
; ase the following descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post n'anted 1 mile
' west of the east end of Cho-etd-hon lake
: nt the north shore nud marked "M. A..
I S.   E.  corner"     thencc   north    8n  chains:
FARM LANDS
GARDEN TRACTS
Wanted — Acre,a?e
»▼ aiiicu    s|an.| in
in small or large tracts; must
spectiori 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.
illowlng  the  shore  easterly  to  point   of   easter]y al„n|r 5tlore to pr)i,lt 0f commen
imineiicement,  containing 3J0  acres  more '
,;
or less.
MARIE CIPKR,
September 14Q1., 1911,
Dec.9.
cetnint, containing 320 acres more or less.
MYRA ANSON.
September 9th-.   19" "cc.9
CASSIAR   LAND   DISTRICT.
Of thc Peace River Land District.
TAKE notice   that   Charles   VI.  Tipping,
of Vancouver, B.  C., occupntion miner, in-
CASSIAR  LAND  DISTRICT.
Of thc Peace River Land District.
TAKE  notice    that    Annie   Cameron  of
Slocan, B, C,  occupation marrieil woman.
tends to nnnlv for oennissinn  to purchase | intends  to apply  for permission   to  purcli-
the followine described lands: , ase the following described  lands:
Commenciiig at a nost nlnnted 22 miles : Commencing at a post nlantrd 7 miles
west of the enst end nf Cho-etd-hon lake west of the enst end of Choo-chi Like, nn
on the south shore and mnrked "C. AV. T. the north slmre nnd marked "A. C, S. 1-,.
N. K. corner" thencc south 80 chnins: ', corner" tbencc north 80 chains; thence
thence west 80 chains; thence north 30 west 80 chains; thence south 35 chains
chains morc or less to the lake; tbence j morc or less to lake; llience eastcrlv lo]
following the lake easterly to point of I lowing shore of lake to point of conunen
commencement, containing 320 acect more | cement, containingjjo acres moic -
or less.
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rrin/A___A--l___L-_M_M--k--em-____-_k4-_--^--_^--_____-.ieM"
I Wm. Blair & Co. |
WM. KENNEDY, Manager.
Cor. Second and Hamilton Aves., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
CHARLES Vf. TIPPING.
Senteiiilier  141I1.,   1911 Dcc.9.
ANNIE CAMERON1
Seutember 15th., 1911.
Dcc.9
CASSIAR   I.AND  DISTRICT.
Of  lhc Peace River Land District.
TAKK notice that William Mahiire, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation gentleman,
intends to apply for permission to purch
ase  the lullowing described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted 23 miles
wesl of the eastern end ol Cho-etd-bon
lake on the south shore, and marked "W.
M., N. E. corner" thence south 8n chains;
thence west 80 chains; theuce norlh 50 more (ir |ess (
chains morc or less to the lake; thence
following the shore easterly to point ol
commencement, containing 320 ncres more
or less.
WILLIAM MAHKKK.
September   14th.,   1911. Dec.3.
CASSIAR  I.AND  DISTRICT.
Of the Peace River Land District.
TAKK   notice    thai      Simon   Little,   "I
Calgary,     Alta.,   occupetion     Stock man,
intends to apply ior  permission  to purch
ase  the following  described  lauds:
Commencing  at   a   pnst  planted  9  miles
west of the cast end of Clioo chi   lake on
the norlh shore and marked "S. I.., S. E.
corner"     theuce    norlh   Ho  chains:   thence
west  80 chains:      theuce   south    3°  chains
lake;   thence  easterly
along  shore   to  point    of  commencement,
containing 120 acres more or less.
SIMON LITTI.K.
September  15th.,   1911. Dec 9,
S Burglars walked away with aR
£ number of our watches. We have, g
A however, a good selection left.     fe
fl        Time yourself here.
CASSIAR   LANI)  DISTRICT.
Of  the Peace River Land District.
Take   notice  that   Irene   Little,   of  Cal
garv,   Altu.,   occupation   spinster,   intends   man,   luteudt   t
to   applv   for   perniission   to   purchnse   the
following  described   binds:
Commencing  at   a   post   plnnted   nt   the
east   end ol Clioo chi  bike and  marked  "I.
CASSIAR  I.AND  DISTRICT.
Of the Peace  Kner Land District.
TAKK     notice   that    Laura    Poison,   0
Vancouver,  13.  C, occupation married wn
lly   lor   nermission   t
purchase   the   followoog   descriiicd   lands
Conimencing .11 a post planted 19 mile!
west ol the easl end of Clio etd b.m hike
on  the south  shore,  and  marked  "I.    I1
^
I.., S. \V comer" thence cast 80 cliains;
thencc north So chains; thencc west 40
chnins more or less to the lake; tlicnce
soulherlv along the shore to point ol
commencement, containing 320 acres more
of   less.
IRKNK LITTLE.
September 9th.,  1911. Dcc.9
N. E. corner]' theme south 87 elm
theuce west 80 chains: llii-me north
chains more or less to lake, thenc- foil
ing the shore easterly to point ol 1
mencement containing 320 acres more
less.
LAURA  POI.SUN.
September   14th.,   I9H- Dec
CASSIAR   LAND   DISTRICT. CASSIAR   I.AND   DISTRICT.
Ol the Pence River  Land District. Of the Peace River Land District.
TAKIC  notice that   Malcalm Cameron, of j    f^KE   notice   that   Robert   Graham,
Slocau,  II.  C,  occupation  livery-man,  »>- jSlocnn,   B.   C,  occuiiation   miner,   inti
1    to  apply  Ior  permission   to  purclinsc
purchase
tends to apply for permission  t
the following descriled lands:
Conimencing at a post planted one mile
west ol the east end of Choo-chi lake,
and marked "M. C, S. \V. corner" thence
east 80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
theuce west 40 chains morc or less to thc
lake; tbence soulherlv along shore to point
of commeiicemcut, eontaining 320 acres
more or less,
MALCALM CAMKRON.
September 9II1.,  nit. Dcc.9
CASSIAR   I.AND   DISTRICT.
Of  the  Peace  River  Land District.
TAKK notice  thai   .lames   Raie,  of Slocan,   11.   C,  occupation   liveryman,  i
to upply  for  pcrmtssi
following described bitilis:
Commenclnc at a post nlanted 7 miles
enst of the west end of Cho etd bon lake
oil the north shore and murked "J. R.,
S. W. comer" thence north 80 chains;
thence easl 80 ehnins; thencc south 40
cliains more or less to the lake; thencc
westerly along the shore t
meucement, containing 3J»
less.
JAMES RAIE.
September 16th.,  1411. Dec ,
intends
to   pureiiase   the
poinl ol com-
cres  more  ot
following described lands:
Commencing at a post plnnted 5 miles
cast of thc west end ol Cho-etd-bon lake
on the north shore and marked "R. Ci.,
S. \V. coruer" thence north 80 chains;
(hence west 80 chains; Ihcnce south 35
chnins to lake : thence westerly
shore to point nl commencement, con'tal
ina   .20 acres more or less.
ROBERT GRAHAM.
September 16th., 1411- Dec 9
Why pay fancy prices for
distant acreage when you
cari purchase 1 ©-acre waterfront tracts directly opposite
the Reservation here, which
is to he the G. T. P. townsite?
WEITE FOR DETAILS
Come to me.    I'll help you buy.    Write for acreage
N. H. WESLEY
Real Estate Specialist South Fort George
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTRICT.
OI the Peace River Laud District.
TAKK notice that   Andrew  A.   Johns	
of Slocan, B. C, occuiiation lumberman,
intends to applv lor iiermission to purch
ase lhe followin); described lnnds:
Commenciiig al a post nlanted 9 miles
ea.st of the west end of Cho etd bon lake
on the north shore and marked "A. A. ,1.,
S. W. corner" llrcnce north 80 chains;
thence enst 80 chains; llience south 30
chain* -vre or less to the Igke; thence
weste. along shore lo point ol coin
mencemc. I, containing 320 acres more or
less.
ANDREW A. JOHNSON.
September r6th., t.|it. Dec 0
I Close & Brown
South Fort George, B. C.
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MERCHANTS
We take this opportunity of
wishing our many customers a
happy and prosperous New
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/ _V* v^> *▼> <_Wf __> proved of tlie station site. At \
the same time he thought that
Mr. Whealler had done rightly j
in applying for   the injunction j
as it would enable him to show
the Commission   that   he lad
taken steps i.o stop tht! sale.
Mr. Alexander replied that
Mr. Kelly's sole contention was
that the Grand Trunk Pacific
Development Co. had a station
on its own townsite and he had
not .not. The Grand Trunk Pacific itself had put on the market the townsite of Ellison, but
had subsequently moved the
townsiu. to South Hazelton.
The transfer, said council, had
been -sanctioned by tl' s railway
commission. This, Mr. Justice
Morrison remarked, put a
wholly different complexion on
the whole matter. I
Mr. W. J. Sanders stated that
it was untrue that he had said
hat he     preferred   Ellison    to
South Hazelton. j
Mr. .Justice Morrison in sum-!
ming the matter   up said that,
the mat.er was too remote for
him to take action upon it. If;
he took action he would have
to presume   that     the railway
commission would be influenced I
by   any sales     that would be j
made. He could not make such
an   assumption,    therefore   the I
application was dismissed.
Choice Pre-emptions.. .~i    !^~5^^
L
1c:.n locate a limited number of pre-emptors
on a choice block of land.
Parties can here obtain adjoining locations.
r e P. G. Bodeker.
South Fort George, B. C.
Write
We don t ask you to purchase South Pow7
making a pencil mark on a townsite 1°    y% lots by
be safe in so doing, but if skepti J°" WOuld
P. G. B. BODEKER
Land Timber Cruiser
Pre-emptions Located.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Es"imatks Submitted.
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Pint George, B.C. Victoria, B.C.
F. I'. Hill-lien, Mki-. F. C. Oreen. Mirr.
Nelson, R.C., A. H. Green, Mgr,
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Civil Eng:neers, Dominion & B. C. Land Surveyors
Timber
gore & McGregor,
B. C UND SURVEYORS
Victoria and
Fort George. B. C.
Surveys of Lamls, Mines, Townsites
Limits, Etc,
COME TO
Satisfaction Runr
Watch   	
Repairing   _&
C H. DAVIE
Send articles by mail to Fort Georjre, B.C.
THEJRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LIBRARY
Following is a list of books in
the library   of the Knox Presbyterian Church, nt South Fort
George. T',o library is open to
the  general    public for purely
nominal   fees.   The   Following
gentlemen comprise the Library
committee, from whom information regarding the circulation
of books may be obtained:
John Munroe, Bank of li. N. A.
Wm. Fraser, office of Ft. George
Trading and Lumber Co.
Don Crowell, Northern Lumber
Co.'s store.
A. P. ANDERSO.V
CABINET W0RK.&
and General Wood Work
HAMILTON AVENUE
SOUTH FORI GEORffi
=*    Investigate Our Proposition   c=
and you will find a good live town - Two h*__
Pool hall, n , two mJZe^ie3d ^
hotel bakery, stationery store, mail-boa
landing, scores of buildings
and crowds  of satisfied   buyers
1V,UTE FOBaWFORMATION TO
___W-\!____wtim
172 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B C , or the resident agen,
G. e. Mclaughlin
Fourth Avenue, South FortlGeorge
Gilbert   Parker
Ralph   U
leiigarry
The   Right   of Way
Sent* nl The Might?
Battle ol the Slronj
The Weavers
Black   Ruck
The Si.y Pi'ot
Glengarry  School days
The Man From Gleiigur
The Prospector     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
The Doctor
The Foreigner "'
The Honorahle Peter Stirling,
Paul  Leicester Ford.
The  Cris;s Winston   Churchill
The Crossing " •'
The Slicpltt.d oi the  Hills
Harold Hell Wright
The Printer ol Udell's
The Blazed  Trail Stewart 15.  White
Silent Places
Dr. Lnke ol Labrador Norman Duncan
Lords of the North Agnes C.  Lanl
Daughter ol the South, Egg cston
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CASSIAR   LAND   DISTRICT.
Of the Peace  River Luul District.
TAKE notice that Andrew Johnson, of
Slocan, B. C, occupation miner, intends
to applv for permission t > purclmse the
following  described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted 9 miles
east and 2 miles north of tlie west end ol
Cho-etd-1 on lake and marked "A. J., S,-
\V. corner" thence north 80 chains; t'ence
■ast 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chans to point of commencement, containing 658 acres more or
less.
ANDREW JOHNSON.
September 16th.,  1411. Dec 9
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, I will undertake the sale of all property placed in my hands.
Edward Roberts
Real Estate, Notary Public Insurance Ajcent,
Auctioneer and Valuator
References;   The Rank of Vancouver and The
Traders Rank of Canada
Fort Geot'tre,
1836 )      Assets Exceed Fifty Million Dollars      |  1910 ]
Th Bank of British North America
Your money Ir snfer in the linnk than in your house or in your
pocket. It is not tieil up. Yon can got it out at any time without delay. NOTKS (Uncounted. Local antl Foreign Praftn bought
and  sold.  001,1.KOTIONH made piomptly.    Money Orders issued.
Fort George Branch,       L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr.   L
THE TRADERS BANK OF CANADA
llM_i'n«i—
HeadOfflce: - TORONTO, ONT.
Paying Cut-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:-
t5'snd under     -      -       3 cent* "—   -"
15'and under
0vcr31Ht„Jf.-«i
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Hi cento
Over   U to 110
Over BO to ft)
fi cento
It cento
Cily
Hull   Caim-
Antonio   Foggiuaro
F.  Marion  Crawford
Chas.   T.  Jackson
Owen Wister
Anthony  Hope
Jiving   Buckellei
Tiie'Etermil
'llie  Saint
Via  Crticis
Saint ll.irio
The Day  ol  Souls
The Virginian
Red Men anil White
Phroso
Ehen   Iliil'lt-n 	
I) Ki and 1
D.tfi'cll ol the Blessed Isles   ..
To Have and To Hold       Mary  Johnston
Prisoners ol Hope
Audrey
The   Treasure   of   Heaven       M.irie   Corclli
The  Silver Horde Rex Bead
David  Huruin E.  N.  Wescott
Letters of a Sell Made Men-hunt
To   His   Son I.urimer
Sowing Seeds in D.inny        jNc-llie -ucCnnig
Mrs.  Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch. A.Rice
Rebecca of Suuiiybrook Farm,     K. Wiggin
The Old  Peabody  Pew
'lhe Cardinal's Sniifl Box     Henry Harlalld
Lavender   and   old    I.ace Myrllc   Reed
MaJiing  ol   a   Marchioness Burnett
('•rattstark Harold   McGratli
The Lure of the Musk
The Goose Girl
Bei'.-rley ol Graitxtark
Quo  Vudis Henrv  Sieiikiewicz
J.m J. J. Bell
'ihe Lady of tne Decoration, Francis Little
CASSIAR  LAND   DISTRICT.
01 the Peace River  I, nd  Distrct.
TAKEnotice   that Frank Bcneish,   ol Slocan,   B.   C,   occupation   irrner,   intends   to
aimlv  for  permission   to  purch.ise  the  following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 9. miles
east and 2 miles nortii of the west end of
Cho-'ctd-bon lake and marked "F. B., S.
li. corner" thence nortii 8o chains; thencc
west 8o cliains; thence south Ho chains;
thence east 8o chains to point of cummencement, and conta ti'ttir 6.(0 acres.
FRANK BRNEISH.
September l6th.,  1411. Dec 9
CASSIAR   LAND  DISTKICT.
Of the Peace River I, .ml Distr'ct.
TAKE  notice   that   William   K.   Wnls-11
if  Slocan,  B.   C ,  occupation  farmer,   intends to ani-P- for nermission to purchase
the following described  lands:
Commencing at a V">st plnnted at the
east end of Cho-etd-bon lake on north
shore and marked "W. E. W., S. \\. cor "
thence north 80 chains; thence east 80
chains: thence south 35 chnms more or
'ess to the outlet; thencc westerly along
diore to point of commencement, con
taining 320 acres more or less.
WILLIAM E. WATSON.
September 9th.,   1911. Ded
Bronger & Flynn
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Plans and blue prints made
Estimates submitted
All kinds of work promptly
executed
OFFICE
NO. 7 SECOND STREET
South Fort George
Capital and Surplus     m_m^_^_l__m_mi^_^_^_\ •6.S50.000
H. C. SEAMAN, Manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, R. C.
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Read Oflice: VANCOUVER, R. C.
11. AVTtmnfr-r.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
[) I It IC C TO Its
H.  P.  McLennan,   Esq..  President!  Mc-
Linmin.    Mcl'V.-ly   A   Co.,    Wholesale
Hardware,  Vancouver,   H.C.
M.  II.   CAItl.ls.   Ks,|..   Vice President.
Ciipltllllst,  Victoria,   B.C.
IMS HONOR T.  W   PATKHSOV,  I.Ieu-
ti'nniit-l.overnor  Rr ' sh  P '"i-ildn.
I..  IV. S1IAW0RD.   Rsq., M.I,.A..  Mcr
chant.  Heilh-v,   B.C.
W.  II. MALKIN, Bsq., Tin   W.   II. Malkin   Co..     Ltd.,     Wholesale   Grows.
Vancou.cr.   B.C.
$2,000,000
Bsterrt Kenne[ly'   New Westmln-
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victoria, K  c
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