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VOL. 4, NO. 43.
Extend G. T. P. Service
Line Now  in  Operation  From
Prince Rupert to Priestley,
337 Miles From Coast
Advices received this morning
;;i ihe local office of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway state that
transcontinental line is now open
for regular freight and passenger
traffic to Priestley, 337 miles east
0f Prince Rupert. Service has
now been resumed on the entire
stretch of track from the Pacific
terminal on which trains were
operated earlier in the year.
Following the troubles with the
slides soon after the linking up
0f the sections from the western
and eastern ends of construction,
traffic was temporarily suspeno-
,,i. The line has now been clear-
ed and a large force of men is
engaged in ballasting the intervening uncompleted portions of
the railway between Priestley
I'rince beorge, a gap of 130
mllei, which is expected to be
ready for permanent service late
this summer. The bridge which
is being built across the Nechaco
for the (1. T. P. is nearing com-
pletion and will be ready for service next week,
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914.
$3 PER ANNUM
Meeting of Chamber of Commerce
Several important Matters Dealt With.
anu
This will obviate the use of the ferry now
used by the railway for the crossing and save transferring passengers and freight.
Ken - four-piece orchestra
will furnish music at the Grand
Opening of Ritts-Kifer hall,
July 4th.
Fare and one-third from McBride and all intermediate points
to the Demonstration here on
Julv 1st. Good going June 28th
and good for return July 2nd.
HYMENEAL
Seaman—McArthur
A large and fashionable wed-
dingwas celebrated last Thursday evening in the English
church here at 8 o'clock, when
Miss Ruby Maude, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. Frank McArthur of
town was united in marriage to
Mr. Harry Chipman Seaman, the
popular manager of the Royal
Bank. The bride was given
aw ay by her father and her sister, Miss Hattie McArthur was
bridesmaid, while Mr. Neville
Montgomery was groomsman.
The bride wore a dress of
white silk and carried a bouquet
of white roses and lilies.
A large crowd attended the
wedding after which a reception
was held at the home of the
bride, during which ths health
of the bride was proposed by the
best man,
Mr. and Mrs, Seaman left on
tne 1 . C. Ex, for Quesnel where
they will spend the next few
days and upon their return will
''side in the Hughes house,
(Marshall Wells)
Sylvis—Sherman
"n Tuesday evening this week
Miss Laura Belle Sherman of
Palacious, Texas, was united in
marriage to Mr. Perry Sylvis of
ti wn. Rev. A. C. Justice performed (he ceremony which took
place in the Knox Church Manse.
''land Opening of the Ritts-
Kifer hull at Prince George on
•July 4th.   Dance with first-class
music,
CLASSIFIED ADS,
FO]
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SALE—10 Acres in D. L. 2166,
cr l'Vontaite, $6000,00, terms,
■reus Hox 138 Herald.
HOUSE TO RE NT-Three roomed
n,|l i_e, femiiithed. Apply V. D- Whit-
more, Northern Lumber Co.       27-6-tf
FOR SALE - 6090 feet Good Scow
-umber, also 2 Tarps.-A. H. Booth,
lorner Fourth and Dominion, Prince
beorge.
5,1Pit SA LE- Large Business Tent, size
f.' x 39' tn excellent condition, price
*" '•   1 dozen  "'   '	
ul '■ ;
Theatre
Chairs $1 each.
  T    Apply
"lace of Sweets next to Dreamland
27-6-lt
[OR SALE.-Scow and Boats for Sale;
. ™ Hoats made to order.   One block
."'"Vlle K'x-  Steamboat Landing.
■ymrd £, Carlson, Boat Builders, Soutii
1''" George,   p.o. box 82.
WANT TO EXCHANGE .-acre Garden
met lu,:„tod in the beautiful Okanagan
vaiiey f,„. g00(1 )otg in Prlnce] George
or Edit
o,,,unJ,)nton.-MAX Schenk, Box 8,
°^>M.»rt George, B.C.
The Chamber of Commerce
held a general meeting in Burch's
hall on Tuesday evening last for
the discusion of important business. The following were present: F. W. Crawford, secy.-
treas.; Messrs. Gething, Murdoff,
Mclnnis, C. Brown, Armstrong,
Close, Bronger, Flynn, Johnson,
McElroy, Wright and Brown.
Opening of 4th Street through
Hudson Bay -Mr. Armstrong reported after the reading of letter
from Land Commissioner Thomson, that he had received a request from Mr. Thomson to
secure bids for opening up streets
through the Hudson Bay property . The secretary after much
discussion was requested to take
up with Government through Mr.
Fraser, also through Conservative association for an appropriation for bridge and grade, also to
handle with Hudson hay Company in conjuction with Mr.
Armstrong. The Government to
be asked to improve grade and
street across the Miller Division.
Secretary read further correspondence with Railway Commissioner Drayton, and reply-
copy to Mr. Donaldson relative
station site at foot of George
street.
Letter from Premier McBride
on P. G. E. route was read advising that Attorney General
Bowser would investigate on his
coming visit.
Resolution similar to one filed
by Prince George Chamber of
Commerce relative application of
water rights by the Citizens
Water Committee by J. H. Johnson, was ordered sent to Water
Recorder.
Letter was authorized Bent to
Commissioner of Lands, thanking the Department for action
taken in respect to reserving
from sale, Fire Hall lot, Hospital
Man Found In Fraser
Thrown From Raft into Nechaco
June 2nd
lots and Recreation grounds.
Letters in reply to petition for
Port of Entry and Customs In-j
spector for Prince George was
read and the Secretary instructed to follow up.
Letters were read from Department of Postal Customs re
Parcels Customs Post and the
Secretary instructed to follow up
the matter.
Letter from Fort George Board
of Trade re Incorporation Committee was read and ordered filed as the matter had been
handled at a special meeting of
the Executive Board June 6.
Letters re Road Improvements
were discussed and Secretary instructed to communicate with the
various Departments interested
with view to having the work
prosecuted in the Northern
Routes in Stuart River to Omineca
Mine Country and via the Rocky
Mountain Pass via Giscombe
Portage,
Mr. Gething,McElroy,C.Brown
and Armstrong were selected as
Committees to work with Prince
George Chamber of Commerce,
to wait on Mr. Bowser, Attorney
General, for a County Court
Judge, Supreme Court Judge and
Land Registry Office for this District.
Committee of three Messrs.
Armstrong, Brown and Close
were selected to confer with similar committees from Prince
George and Fort George to see
if ways and means could be
found to amalgamate the three
Chambers and Boards,
Balance in Fire fund reported
as $215.19. Chamber of Commerce Fund $161.12.
The following bills were authorized for payment: Fire Dept.
to Drug Store $3.25. Chamber
of Commerce to Secy.-Treaa.
$25.00, Telegrams $27.21.
Messenger Service 85c.
Early Inst Monday morning
a man by the nnine of W. ,J.
Wright was found in the Fraaer
river, just below the bridge'by
men working on the construction of tliB P. G. E. ra'lroad.
The body was taken to 'Gross
& McCarthy's undertaking
establishment.
We learn from his brother
Mr. J. C. Wright that they
were coming down the Nechaco
river June 2nd, on a raft together with Mr. C. J. Oliver,
when they struck a sweeper
throwing the whole threa into
the water, he and Mr. Oliver
managed to get to shore, but
his brother went down and
never came to the surface
again. They were on their
way down from Mile 294 to
Fort George coming for the
purpose of locating land. Mr.
Wright has been searching for
his brotbnr along the river ever
since, ten days of which, he was
on the river day and night.
The lata Mr. Wr ght came
from Nantwitch, Eng., about
eight years ago, besides his
brother here he leaves his father and mother, two brothers
and one s ster at home to
mourn his loss. He was 27
years old. The funeral took
place on Wednesday morning to
the local cemetery.
First of July Celebration
July 7th and 8th
A letter was received from Dr.
Scharschmidt to the Conservative
Associatson here that the Hon.
W. J. Bowser and Hon. Wm.
Ross will be here on the 7th and
8th of July.
Presbytery Convene
The Presbytery of Cariboo convened in 1st Church, Central
Fort George, Thursday at 10 a.m.
Rev. A. C Justice was elected
Moderator; Rev. C. M. Wright,
Clerk; Rev. W. Stott of Quesnel,
Treasurer.
Mr. Stott gave a report of the
recent Assembly and the situation kcally was thoroughly canvassed.
Rev. P. T. Pilkey who is holding Fort Fraser, was present
and his account of the work
showed he was the right man in
the right place.
A vote of congratulation to
to the minister and people of
Central Presbyterian Church was
heartily endorsed.
Wilson Committed For Trial
Grand Opening of   the Ritts-
'Kifer hall at Prince Georgo  on
July 4th.   Dance with first-class
music.
Special music at the big
dance in Ritts-Kifer hall on
July 4th.
Horse racing, Hose racing.
Men's, Boys and Girls foot races
at the celebation here on July
1st,
THE CHURCHES
Church of England
Rev.     M.     Sadler,     pastor,
next Sunday   the following scr
vices will bo held :   Matins
a. m.,    Evensong 7.30.
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Fred Wilson, tbe ex-proprietor of the Club Cafe, who
was arrested in Vancouver
week before last was brought
here by boat last Monday by
the local police. He was
brought before Majistrate Hern
on Wednesday morning and
was sent up for trial which will
probably be about July 21st.
GRAND OPENING
Ritts-Kifer Hall at Prince
The Grand Opening of the
Ritts-Kifer hall at Prince George on Saturday, July 4th will
be celebrated with a dance.
This is one of the most up-to-
date halls in the district,
having hard wood floors and
the floor is 60x60. Refreshments will be served at the hall
on tho night of the dance and
the music will be furnished by
Kefrr's four-piece orchwjtra of
Central. Everyone will be invited and the management reserve the right to eject undesirable individuals, Those wishing to enjoy a good dance with
excellent music should make it
a point to attend.
Presbyterian Church
Rev. A. C. Justice, pastor, |
Service at 11 a.m. Sabbath
school and evening service are
withdrawn to enable all to attend
the " Peace Service " 3 p.m. and
Church Opening at 7.30 p.m. in
Central Fort George. The oc
casion and the presence of Dr.
MacQueen, Edmonton, make the
event notable.
music   at   tho   b'g
Ritts-Kifer hall   on
$17.50 for the return trip
from Quesnel to the celebration
here on July 1st.
Celebrate the 4th of July and
attend the dance at the Grand
Opening of the Ritts-Kifer hall,
Prince George.
BASEBALL
South Beat Cache 16 to 0
Spccinl
danco   in    ^^^^^^^^^^^
July 4th.
One mile canoe race on Fraser,
winner $30. second $20, at the
celebration here July 1st.
NOTICE
1914
1590     «^^
To all brother Orangemen, you
are earnestly requested to attend
a meeting on Sunday. June 28 at
. n m in the Ritts-Kifer hall,
Prince George, to discuss organization and 12th of July meeting.
"God Save The King." A. C
Lane, sec.-protein.
On Monday last South defeated the Cache team by 16 to
0. The Cache only got one
hit off Henry and played very
loose ball making 10 errors
South lined up as follows:
Blake, c. f.; Brown, 1. f.; Mc-
Burney, 3 b.; Hanover, . b,;
O'Flaherty, s. s.j R, Henry, c;
Sullivan, I b.; Harris, r. f.; J.
Henry, p.
South
4 4 2 2 10 3 16    15    4
0 00 0 0 00-
Caoha
-0     1   10
To Form Central Association.
A meeting for the purpose of
forming a Central Conservative
Association for the riding of
North Cariboo will be held
in Burch's hall here on Thursday
July 2nd at 8.30p.m. Atameet-
ing of the South Fort George
Conservative Association held in
Burch's hall on Thursday night,
Messrs. A. G. Hamilton and D.
F. Perkins were appointed delegates to attend the above meeting.
A Picnic will be held at the
Ball Grounds on Tuesday afternoon, June 30th. Prizes for the
various children's races have
been donated by Ritchie & Clark,
Hoods, Blairs, Northern Lumber
Company, Hudson Bay Company, O. K. Bazaar, J. Bowles
and others. We hope to see parents and friends of the school at
the Ball Ground.
We are in receipt of the Chal-
copyrite,  a  paper published  to cording to the provincial police
Arrangements are about complete for the big celebration
here on Wednesday next July
1st. The different Committees
hnve thsir work well in hand
The following have been appointed : Oflicial start.r, Chet
Mclntyre; Judges, A. G. Hami'-
ton, T. W. Hern and J. T.
Armstrong. On aceountof the
lar^ number of sports and
with a view of having every
thing a success each event will
be pulled off fhorp on time.
In the hose reel, and hub and
hub races there will be four
entries, Central, Prince, Cache
and South. The horse races
will start from the foot of
Blackwater hill and finish at
the Imperial Express company's
office on Fourth street.
The baseball game for a
purse of $250.00 will take place
between the two lead ng teams
of the league. Tb's means
South will play either Central
or the Cache, Sun lay's games
will decide which of the latter
teams to face South. Prince
have droppen out of the league
and amalgamated with the
Cache and either Central or
the Cache will make » gone
game of baseball. Tho lacrosse club are doing their best]
to arrange a good game on the
1st also.
The days sport will be wound
up by a large dance in Burch's
hall with music furnished by
Kerr's four-piece orchestra of
Central.
Cheap rates wivl be given over
all lines and if you are desirous
of a good solid day's sport,
make it a point to be in South
Fort George on Wednesday
next, July 1st.
An elaborate programme has
been arranged and $1,000.00
will be given in prizes. The
following sports will be held
on Fourth Street in the morning : Wet Hose Race, 15Q yds.;
Hub and Hub Race, 150 yards;
Horse Race. Free For All. best
two out of three heats; Pony
Race, under 15 handr, two
out of three heats., ihe fol-
lowing sports to be held on
the baseball grounds commencing at 1.30 p. m.—100yd.
dash, free for all; standing
broad jump, free for all; sack
race; Boys race, 100yd . dash,
under 15 years; Girls race, \100
yd. dash, under 15 years; chijd-
rens race, 50 yd. dash, unOer
10 years. Runniug the bases,
free for all. 3.30 p.;ni. Baseball game between either McBride or Quesnel and South
Fort George for a purse of
$250.00.
The following will be held on
Fourth Street in the even'ng
at 7 o'clock : Putting shot,
free for all; Running broad
jump, free or all; high-jump,
free for all; to bo followed by
a one mile canoe race to be
held on the Fraser River free
for all.
IN THE RING
Championship Bout July 1st
Special Bouts Tonight
Chet Mclntyre who has been
giving us some highclass boxing bouts in the past six weeks
has arranged two very interesting boxing bouts-
Tbj first special boxing bout
takes place tonight at the Fort
George Theatre here at 10.30
and will be two six round go's
the first will be between Len
Halliday and Bert Hughes who
have recently boxed twice,
Halliday getting the decision in
the first go and Hughes getting
the decision in their last bout
This will make th'ngs very interesting as the fight backers
are very eager to sea these boys
meet again. The second go for
tonight will be between Harry
Anderson and Kid Manson of
Regina and will also be very
interesting as both are in the
pink of condition.
McKay vs. Mclntyre
Next Wednesday, July 1st in
the Fort George Theatere here
Chet Mclntyre tackles Fighting
McKay of Winnipeg in a ten-
round bout for the light heavy
weight championship of Canada. McKay boxed here sometime ago getting a draw from
Curly Smith and knocked out
one-round Holbrook in the 3rd
round. This promises to be
the best bout so far this spring
and should pack the theatre to
the doors. There will also be
a ten round preliminary and
although we can't say between
whom, but just leave it to Chet
and he will give something
good. McKay works out at
the Fort George Theatre every
afternoon and Chet ie doing
his work in Al. Johnson's
gymnasium.
Chet Mclntyre arrived here
in May and since then he has
be n putt ng on some flret-elise
bouts and as a promoter he is
second to none. So if you wish
. good evening's snort take in
both these boxing bouts.
BANQUET TO MR. SEAMAN
WILL TRY FOR REPRIEVE.
Frank Bevaqua, the young
Italian convicted and sentenced
to be hanged on SeptL.iiber 1,
for tbj murder of Domin:c Gentile, lost all self-composure
when taken to his cell after
the completion of the trial, ac
attract the attention to the mining resources of the northern interior of British Columbia. Mr.
J. A. Riley a well known newspaper man throughout this district is the editor and the head
office is ' at Skeena Crossing.
This paper, by devoting its attention to the mining Interests
should help devolepment along
considerably,
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Knox
Church are holding a Silver Tea
on the verandah at the home of
Ross McMurray, Fifth St.
Tuesday, 30th. 2 to 5 p.m., in
aid of a destitute family. Refreshments will be served and a
a liberal response is hoped for;
the cause is worthy, the need
urgent. Those having articles
suitable for little girls of two and
six, boys of nine and thirteen are
asked to donate them.
and begged, with tears in his
eyes, for some of the police officers to comfort him. He stated thut he was to young to die.
and wanted to lie allowed to
live. Bevaqua's friends intend
doing everything in their power to obtain a reprieve
Celebrate the 4th of July and
attend the dance at the Grand
Opening of the R:tts-Kifer hall,
Prince George.
Mr, T. A. Blair returned from
Edmonton this week, where he
had been for the past two
\ve3ks on business. He reports
business up there better than
he expected to find it and lots
of building.
Speoial
dance in
20-6-2t July 4th.
music   at
Ritts-Kifer
the   big
hall on
"What do you think of marled life?" asked the henpecked
Coal Dealer—Why   don't you | man,     addressing the youthful
wheel the barrow along   more bridegroom.
quickly, Pat?   It's not a   very;    "Bliss    is    no name for it,"
hard   job;    there's an inclined snid the young husband enthus-
plane to relieve you. j iostically.
Pat-Aye, master, the plane; "You are right," said the
may be inclined, but hang me henpecked one gloomily,
if I am! I "Lliss is no nnme for it."
On Wednesday evening lost
a banquet was tendered to Mr.
Seaman on the eve of his marriage by a number of the business men in the private dining
room of tbj Club Cafe. Mr. N.
Montgomery was chairman and
following are the toasts:
Visitors, by Mr. Wright; Ladies,
by Mr. Wiggins; Press, bv Mr.
J. B. Daniel's; Old Timers, by
Mr. N. Gething; Banking, by
Mr. Munro; Old Time Graduate,
by Mr. C. Brown; Youngest
Bachelor, bv Mr. D. P. J<ock-
hart; Benedicts, by Mr. Gething. The following business
men were present: Messrs. F.
Flynn, R. Peden, Close, Doc.
Campbell, W. Crocker, F. McArthur, C. F. Richmond, F. W.
Crawford, T. Seaton and A.
Crozier.
BUSINESS   IMPROVES
Railway Men Optimistic   Over
Prospect of Increased
Traffic—Good Crop
Will  Be Factor
WINNIPEG.- Railway men in Canada are plucking up courage. Things are beginning to move. Passenger
and freight traffic are each
showing considerable improvement.
On the C.P.R. this improvement is very marked, lhe recent statement by Sir Thomas
Shaughnessy about the country being sound at the core is
every day being more proven.
Local C.P.R. men are confidently optimistic.
"The worst is over," they
say. "Confidence is returning
and we shall be all right in a
jiffy. Give us good weather,
and let the crop come on alright und we have nothing to
fear,"
It is true that the C.P.R. is
not undertaking any development work outside of finishing
up what was started last year,
but there is some improvement
work going on and the general
feeling 'among railway men is
that business improvement will
continue. •■   I
Refreshments will be served
at the dance to be held in the
Ritts-Kifer hall, July 4th.
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BKfcW _>1^*» SouthFort George, B.C.
You can buy the Finest
Confectionery that can be
bought at
The Fort George Drug Co.
H. Vf. C.ROSS
A. C. BUCHEL
ni FORT GEORGE, B.C
General Hardware ancl Sheet Metal Workers.
Ail kinds of tin and sheet Iron work done.
Camp Stoves, Hot-air Furnaces, Etc.
Sole Aeent? Nagel-Chase Celebrated Gasoline Lighting Systems
Tlie Jewely Manufacture
Maker of Artistic
Gold and Platinum Mountings
Repair work of all kinds given
prompt attention.
Kngset Block      .       Third Street
South Fort George
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O'Flaherty & Thorne
All kinds of
Fruit, Ice Cream
Sodas and
Confectionery.
Hamilton Avenue ■ Sooth Fort George
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SMITH'S
CREAM  WAFFLE   HOUSE
Hamilton Avenue
It's the Fresh Eastern Oysters
It's the Ham and Eggs
It's the Butter
It's the Meat Specials
It's the Baked Spuds
It's the Pure Maple Syrup
It's the Hunev in comb
It's the Pie Crust
It's the Service
It's the Best in tbe City
Motto : Quality and Service
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...THE...
McBride Transfer Co.
The above company
book Passengers, Express, Baggage ancl
Freight to Fort
George at reasonable
rates. ;: ::
WIRE OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION
My Dear Readers :
Don't think because we haven't
been making a tig noise in this
paper for the past few weeks that
we have gone out of business. It is
merely a i!alm before a great storm.
We have been laying our plans and
study'ng your wants, and it has been
with difficulty that we have been
able to suppress what has been taking place at the Kennedy-Blair establishment.
But now that our goods have arrived we feel that an open confession will result in not only profit
temportl but good to our immortal
souls. Durin? the past three days
we have unloaded three cars of
goods at our warehouse.
Two cars of Groceries, which consist of the delicacies of every nation.
Space will not allow us to quote you
prices here, or describe our goods,
but we wish to extend you a most
cordial invitation to visit our grocery counter during the coming week,
where we shall talk to you with the
same interest as father to son.
Our apr load of Dry Goods and
Shoes assorts our stock to perfection.
We would like to draw your attention to our most beautiful fur sets,
consisting of marten, mink and
fisher muffs, sioles and hats, manufactured by Fairweathers from our
own native furs.
We would also invite you to inspect
our  lace  curtains,  window   blinds,
carpet squares, summer underwear
-and our converfation.
We remain,
Your most humble servants,
Kennedy, Blair & Co.
LIMITED
Edmonton, Alta., .Tune 24.
►-Dangers and hardships, such
us seldom fall to tlie lot of
the riders of the far northern
plains, will be faced by Inspector Beyts and officers of
the Royal'North West Mount-
i ed Police, who have just been
commissioned to search for the
slayers of Harry V. Radford,
an American explorer, and
Street, his Canadian companion. The two men were speared to death by Eskimos, one of
whom Radford had struck in
the face while travelling in the
Schultz Lake district of thgJ
Arctic Circle country, twoydars
ago, on the way from Copper
Mine River to Hudson Bay.
To provide a more convenient,
base of operations among   the
native's     near   the    top of the
world, the station ab Cape Ful-
lerton   will    be transferred   to
Chesterfield    Inlet   on   Hudson
Bay.    The  Inspector will   have
full charge   of    the expedition,'
which is to be provisioned   for
a   stay of at least three years.
The Dominion Government has I
ordered a thorough sedrch   for1
the slayers.
Inspector Beyts has had 21!
year's experience with the Roy- j
al North West Mounted Police.
Until recently he was at
Athabasca. 26 miles north of
Edmonton. He joined the force in Regina, Sask., in 1S4.,
afterward being detailed to .McLeod, Alta.,.where he remained,
until 1900, when he went to
South Africa as a member of
the Canadian Mounted Rifles.
Returning to Regina in 1901,
he was despatched to Dawson
during the big gold rush in the
Yukon country. He was sent
to Herschell ' Island in 1911,
having charge of the lonely out
post until early tbis year, when
he return •(! to Regina, going,
thence to Athabasca. Those
who know him best say he is
fitted in every way for the perilous work in the Arctic ocean
country,
Special music at the big
dance in Ritts-Kifer hall on
Julv 4th.
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STRICT  ENFORCEMENT
Minister  (f Interior   Confident
That Immigration Regulations Will  be
Maintained
City Express and
Cartage Company
Express Delivery
Baggage Transfer
General Draying
C. T. RUSH   -   Proprietor
PHONE 51
In further reference to his
communication sent recently to
Hon. W. J. Roche, Minister of
the Interior, urging the Government to enforce the immigra
tion regulations, especially in
regard to Orientals, Mayor Stewart yesterday morning received another communication
from the Minister, who wrote :
"The resolution of your council will be given every consideration, and it is our intention
to enforce our immigration law
and unless on some technical
point we are defeated by the
courts of British Columbia, 1
expect we will be able to handle
this question at least to the
satisfaction of our British Columbia residents."
Giscombe Portage
 TO	
Summit Lake
It is the intention of this firm to start a freight ser-
vtc3 fr om iscombe to Summit Lake this month.
Outfits will be transferred to any point on the route.
Parties who intend going into that country this
coming season can be assured of the best service
possible.
Goods forwarded c-o. Haynes & Wood, Giscombe
Portage, will be stored until arrival of owner.
HAYES & WOOD
$1,000.00 in prizes at the
Demonstration hereon July 1st.
Don't miss it
DUKE  OP CONNAUGHT
MAY  BE GOVERNOR-
GENERAL   TILL   1916
J
A. J. S. WILLSON
(Late Roberts, Jones (St Willson)
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
ACREAGE SPECIALIST
Improved Farms and Garden Tracts For Sale.
HAMILTON AVENUE, SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C.
Phone 2, South Fort George P.O. Box 23, South Kort George
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EXTRA   SPECIAL
100 Piece Dinner Set, newest pattern, Regular $25.00 set at -
95 Piece Dinner Set, white and gold, Regular 27.50 value at -
97 Piece Dinner Set, rose pattern, always sold at 20.00, at
RUGS
Axminster Rug 4 feet 6 inches x 7 feet 6 inches, 13.00 value at
Axminster Rug G feet 9 inches x 9 feet, usually 24.00 value at -
ALL  RUGS  AT   GREATLY   REDUCED  PRICES.
Kneader Pans with covers, Regular 2.25 and 2.50 Pans at 1.
Special Stove Sale
Hartford six-hole polished top Range,   with  high  closet and
reservoir, our Regular Price $75.00, special at   -    -    -    $59.50
MANY OTHER BARGAINS IN COOK STOVES
WAKE UP !   Regular $1-00 ALARM CLOCKS at 65c.
- $16.50
- 18,75
- 14.50
- $10.40
- 19.20
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In Our Grocery Department
16 oz. Flavoring Extract, Regular $1.00 bottles at
40 oz. White Star Extract, Regular $2.00 bottles at   -
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THE ONE PRICE STORE
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Hoods, The One Price Store
QUEBEC,—There is a rumor
here thut H. R. II. the
Duke of Connaught may re-
main as governor-general ol
Canada (or another eighteen
months, lhat is to say until
April. 1916, instead of leaving j
in October, when his present'
term as governor-general will
come to an end,
The rumor is said to have or- '
iginated     in the citadel where
■ the governor-general's      headquarters are.
Kerr's     four-piece    orchestra
will furnish music at the Orand
Opening    of Ritts-Kifer     hall
July 4th.
The Biggest and Best Ever
Dominion Day
Celebration
South Fort George, B.C. July 1st, 1914
DILL TO MAKE CONTRIBUTIONS A CRIMINAL
OFFENCE
LONDON.-Reginaid -McKenna of the House of Commons
introduced u bill to make it a
criminal offence to contribute
to the Suffragette funds. The
bill received th. support ofbothl
parties. It is stated thai the
wealthy women are hirinw- the
poor women to commit outrages.
$1000 in €ash Prizes.
—— d.. I, I,-i..
Horse Races, Hose Reel Races, Foot Races
Jumping, Canoe Races, Athletic Sports
Championship Baseball
Purse  -  $250
Special Rates on All  Lines
The B. C Express leaves Quesnel at 7 a.m. Tuesday June 30th,
arrives at South Fort George Wednesday, July 1st. Returning
arrives Quesnel Thursday, July 2nd, at 2 p.m.
Round Trip Fare $17.50
::  Don'i miss this opportunity to see the Hub of B. C.  »
W. F. COOKE,
Mnieaiiieiit Director
3. R. CAMPBELL.
Aunt .. Mate. Director
F. O'FLAHEBTY
Sec. - Trcns. A Weekly Journal op Local Gen-
ebal News, Published Every Saturday Morning at its Printing Office
in South Fort George.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Price  One Year in Advance $3.00
Six Months in   " 1.75
Three "       "   " ].00
To The United States    3.50
No paper stopped until all arrearages
are paid except at the option of the
publishers.
RATES OF ADVERTISING
Twelve cents per line for the firat insertion, and eight  cents  per line for
each subsequent insertion.
For Sale, Lost and Found Ads  minimum  charge 50 cents  per insertion,
limited to one inch.
Other rates furnished on application.
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING
Comi'any Limited
Publishers and Proprietors
South Fort George, B. C.
SATURDAY, JUNE 27TH,  1914.
nave been quick to appreciate
the fact that the importance of
their province is now obtaining
ample recognition. This portion of Western Canada is solid
m its support of the presant administration at Ottawa. The
love and esteem in which Mr
Borden is held because of his
.statesmanlike qualities and because of the great work he is
carrying out for the Dominion
will be shown in the character
of the reception that will be
given him on his coming visit
to this prov nee. In every
sense he will be n welcome guest
and one whom the people will
delight to honor.
M.I/ttMUUV
BY HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY
PREMIER'S  VISIT
Easily one of tlrj .outstanding
events of the present summer to
the people of this province will
l)> the visit of Sir R. L. Borden
who according to latest reports,
may be here next month, but
if not then, sometime during
next August. It will be the
Prime Minister's first trip
Ihrough the West since he was
returned to power. In British
Columbia he will lx> able to
note the evidence of rapid progress, lh' is thoroughly conversant with the enthusiastic
optimism of the people here,
with their loyalty and belief in
the great destiny of the country
He "ill have little to learn in
these regards.
Mr. Borden and his Government have given strong recogni-'
iee»    of the   part which    the
future of this Province will play [
in    the   greatness of Canada.
Federal expenditures here  dur-,
ing the past two years have far
1 \.tvded the total appropriated
during     the  preceding   fifteen
ye firs    of   government.      The'
The disaster at Hillcrest is not
the first that has occurred in Alberta since the coal-mining industry has obtained a hold here,
but it is one of the worst. It
was supposed that the miners in
this province was not exposed to
the same perils as in other countries where operations are conducted on such low levels. It
should be possible to safeguard
him to a much greater extent and
the appalling list of dead at Hil'-
crest must lead to renewed investigation as to the extent to
which the accident was avoidable.
London, June 17.-The Hudson's Compay in annual meeting
yesterday declared a dividend of
forty per cent, aa against fifty
per cent, for the year 1912-13.
The new governor, Sir Thomas
Skinner, pointed out that the results whether from fur, land or
s ores, were not, however; altogether unfavorable. The store
trade produced profits for the
year of £63,758, the iur trade
£55,008. The . amount carried
forward to the land account is
£15,197 as against £516,675 last
year. Bought in and unsold now
on hand amounts to 4,991,376
acres as compared with 4,034,651
acres a year ago.
11 to 15 EVERY DAY
ELECTION IN MANITOBA
July 10 Has Been Fixed as The
Day of voting.
Winnipeg.—Last week Premier
Roblin signed the necessary
papers which in conjuction with
the lieutenant-governor's action,
dissolves the thirteenth legislature, and a call is now made upon the electors of Manitoba to
elect a new one.
Nominations will be made on
July 3, and one week later, July
10, the elections will take place,
Edmonton, Alta., June 24th.
—Two hundred find twenty-
seven oil companies, with total
stated capilization of. more than
.200,000;0'00, have been incorporated under the laws of Al-
berat since the strike in Discovery well, in the southern
part of the province. E. Trowbridge, registrar of the joint
stock companies, reports that
from 11 to 15 companies are
being incorporated every day.
Many new companies have leases in central and northern Alberta. M. S. Booth, commissioner of safety and health for
Edmonton, has issued a warning to thj public to investigate,
before investing money in any
oil enterprise and insist upon
receiving certificates of stock
when buying shares from brokers and agents of companies.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
•*• ' the reserve existing upon Crown
lands in the Cariboo and Cassiar Districts, notice of which was published in
the B. C. Gazette on the 12th of September, 1907: also the reserve existing
upon Crown lands within the Land Recording Districts of Cariboo and Lillooet and the Kamloops Division of
Yale Land Recording District, notice
of which appeared in 1 . C. Gazette on
the 4th of April, 1911, is cancelled in
so far as tho same reserves the said
lands from lease under the provisions
of the Land Act.
Lands R. A. RENWICK
Department,      Deputy Minister
Victoria.B.C. 22nd       of Lands.
April, 1914. 35-3mos.
Fort George Undertaking Go.
J. W. SANDIFORD
H. WAPSHOl
J. P. MILNE
Stock of Caskets and Shipping Cases always on
hand.   Out-of town calls promptly attended to.
Phone Sandiford 23.
H.  WAPSHOW,  Licensed   Embalmer,  Manager.
WATER NOTICE.
FLYING OP UNION JACK
Ottawa, June 18th.—Milita
orders have been issued cancelling all previous orders with respect to tha flying of the Union
Jack from drill |ialls, armories
and forts, and ordering that
the flag hereafter is to be flown
daily from all military stations,
forts, armories and drill halls
in the large cities and towns of
Canada.
APPLICATION for a licence to take
and use Water will be made under the
"Water Act "of British Columbia as
follows : (1) The name of the applicant
is F. J. George, {i) The address of the
applicant is, Office of Division Engineer,
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Fort
George. (3) The name of the stream
is South Fork of Fraser River. (4) The
Water is to diverted from the stream on
the South side, about 3600 feet North
East fr.im Dunster Depot on the main
line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway,
(fi) The purpose for which the water
will be used is "Industrial Purposes."
(6) The land on which the water is to
be used is described as North West
Quarter, Lot seventy one eighty three
(7183), Cariboo District, Province of
British Columbia. (7) The quantily of
water applied for is 100000 gallons per
day. (8) This notice was posted on the
ground on tl e 28th day of May 1914.
(9) A copy of this notice and application
pursuant thereto and to the require-
men s of the "Water Act" will be
filed in the office of the Water Recorder
at Fort George. Objections may be
filed with the said Water Recorder, or
with the Comptroller of Water Rights
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
within thirty days.
June 6th, 1914.
F. J. GEORGE, Applicant
6-Wt
Fast Motor Boat Service.
P.R.T. Co.
Special rates to landseekers and prospectors to Fort
St. James, Fort Fraser and Giscombe Portage.
Reliable and efficient service. Call, wire or phone.
R. L. WATT, Robarts Hotel, South Fort George; or
Great West Investment Co., Johnson Blk., S. FortGeorge.
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AMERICAN PLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Corner Hamilton & Third
South Fort George. B.C.
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Rates  $2.60 and 93
Monthly aad weekly rates •■ implication
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Best of wines,
quors and cigars
Albeit Johnson,
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Notice of Assignment.
LAMBERT'S
STILL  GOING  ON
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We have bargains that you have never seen
before in central British Columbia. Our Sale will
continue until our large stock of Gent's Furnishings,
Boots and Shoes, and Dry Goods, are completely
cleared away. We want to give the people their
money's worth
Those who have procured some of our bargains
are well pleased and we are sure to satisfy you.
A visit will convince you of the above statement.
In order to give our numerous customers a chance
to profit of this Big Gigantic Sale, we will keep our
Stores open every evening till 9 o'clock during the
sale.
Remember that this Sale is on only at our South
Fort George and Prince George Stores as we are handling
only Groceries and Building Material in Central Fort
George.
J. B. LAMBERT
South fort George
PHONE 63
Prince George
I'HONE 9
FORT GEORGE
PHONE 38
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Notice is hereby given that Henry
N-.' McVety, carryinK on a Laundry
business at South Fort George, British
Columbia, under the firm name of Kort
Geor, e Steam Laundry, has by Deed of
Assigwnant dated the 17th day of June,
1014, assigned all his personal estate,
Real estate, credits'and effects, which
may be seized and sold under execution
to Lisle C. Beckett of South Fort
George, B. C, Accountant.
AND FURTHER TaKE NOTICE
that a meeting of creditors will be held
at the offices of Walter E. Haskins,
Blair Building, South Fort George, B.
C, Solicitor to the Assignee, on Monday the 6th day of July, 1914, at 4.3(1
o'clock p.m.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that all creditors are required to send
to the above address particulars of
their claims duly verified and the
nature of their security, if any, held
by them,
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that the Assignee will on and after the
6th day of July, 1914, proceed to distribute the assets of the said Henry
H. McVety, having regard only to the
claims of which he shall then have had
notice und will not be responsible for
»?sets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose claim he
shall not then have been notified.
Dated the 14th day of June, 1914.
LISLE C. BECKETT,
27-6-2t Assignee
Fresh   Beef
r * CSIi   Mutton
Meats  *nd,
      Veal
Wholesale and retail
THE B. C MEAT MARKET
FORT GEORGE AND
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
The Mecca Cafe
IN SUCCESSION TO THE GRILL
The above cafe has been taken over by
experienced restauranteurs.  We solicit
the patronage of those who enjoy good
food well cooked.
TRY US OUT;  WE NEVER CLOSE
Mr. Hugh Stewart, l..j.i.b.a.
ARCHITECT,
GEORGE STREET, PRINCE GEORGE
C-6-lt
Speci,-] music at the big
dance in Ritts-Kifer hull on
July 4th.
FORTUNE BUILDING CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Estimates and Plans given for all
kinds of work.
Morley Street  -  Close to Depot
PRINCE GEORGE.
ROOMS TO RENT
AT THE
Victoria Hotel
(Formerly Grand Union)
OPPOSITE CLUB CAFE
Third Street     -     South Fort George
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
FOR  SALE
Lots 4. 5, & 6, Block 887 - PRICE J326 each
Lota IS & 11, Block £42  - PRICE tSOt) each
Lot 7, Block 1S6 - - - - PRICE r?50
Quarter Cash, Balance 1, 2. . 3 Years,
Two small Bungalows with lots cleared   .
fenced.   Title deeds can be given, Pri.ees :
•2000 and S2200
For further Particulars apply :
H. WILSON, Mgr., Corner Laselle _ Sere nth
P.O. Bn 64 SOUTH FORT GEORGE
BARGAINS IN BUILDERS
SUPPLIES.
FROM HANUFACTOR TO CUSTONER MUCT
Yeej efTect an enormous saving on Window.,
Doors. Mouldings, Porch Columns, etc., Baud*
Ing Paper and Builders' Hardware by buying
direct by mall.      NOTE THESE FRICJti:
5-cross panel doors for        *1 <7A
light stain or oil flj>»V
5-croas panel doors for        #1 FA
dark stain or paint ♦Iwv
Window Frames $00
Door Frames $135
Evwjetk-i it stack for InWiate tit/mut.
We nil It i •;«_.   Slur twijwks..
WRITE FOR NSW iUUSTRATED CAT ALOW
A. B. CUSHING LUMBER CO., Ltd
806 TOWELL ST.     VANC00VER,B,C
K_VA£__i_t£'A_i__._1£_Ki£_t___i__iS
j Do yon contemplate, "
BUILDING?
Then investigate'our workmanship ,
get our estimates
DANFORTU ft H'lNNIS
and Builders I Ktrtt ttTMt.
OUR BONE DRY LUMBER
(Costs No More Than Other Lumber)
Sawn last summer and thoroughly weather and frost Dried.
 ALSO	
Killn Dried Finish
and Mouldings.
SASHES DOORS SHINGLES
BUILDING PAPERS READY ROOFING
STORE FRONTS      COTTAGE FRONT WINDOWS
Wood $3 per Cord Delivered
Fort George Trading&Lumber Co., Ltd.
phone ii c. Mcelroy,
SOUTH FOHT GEORGE. Manager.
Phone 111
FORT OEORGE.
If you are going to PEACE RIVER
CONSIGN YOUR FREIGHT TO US
Al Nile 194 G. T. P. eve George McDowell
We will store and deliver to SUMMIT LAKE for $25.00 per
ton. Motor Boat will leave 194 every Wednesday with freight
and passengers for GISCOMBE.
SEEBACK & HUBBLE
Port George. B.C.
P. P. Bur*    ■■
Victoria. H.C.
. ... Jen, Mar. P. C. Green, Mgr.
Netoon, B.C., A. H. Green, Mgr.
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Gril Eifiittri, Donuioi 1 B. C. Unil Surveyor!
Surveys of Landi. Mines, Townsites, Timber
Limits, Etc.
Refreshments   will be   served]
at the dance to be held in  the
Ritts-Kifer hall, July It.,
EMPRESS HOTEL
Comer Fourth and Hamilton       -      Sonth Fort George, B. C.
A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE HOTEL.
On American Plan. Rates on Application.
Bright and comfortable rooms and
suites at the Empress.      •      •
Proprietor
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can build your future home
now at the minimum of expense.
No building is too large
or too small to receive
our careful attention.
Blue prints and plans furnished,
(jet our estimates.
Bronger & Flynn
Contractors and Builders
SOUTH FOKT GEORGE
Near 83-Mile House there
died «n the 4th inst, emu Arlow
Billie Maybee of Washington;
while on his way to Fort Gep-
rLrt' (is (i settler. Mr, Maybee
had liivn troubled with asthma,
but heart failure scorns to have
been the immediate cause of bis
death. The deceased was
brought to Ashcroft and buried on Thursday last in tlu
local cemetery. Although coming into B. C. from thc o state
of Washington he orignates
from Montana wliere his father
was born and some brothers
still live. He fought in the j
Phillipine war with great credit
to himself and was stiill a com- i
partively young man. lie
leaves a wife and two young
children,-besides a mother nnd
sister who we're both here, to
mourn him. It is understood
that the family will return to
Washington.—Ashcroft  Journal
NOTICE  OF   CANCELLATION   OF
RESERVE.
MOTICE IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  that
the reserve, notice of which  appeared in the British Columbia Gazette
on the 6th day of April, 1911, relating
to lam's in the Peace River District, is
cancelled in so far as it relates to the
Fractional N.W. quarter of Section 13,
Township 26, Peace River District; for
theuurnose of sale toMr E. 1'. Borden.
R. A. RENWICK.
Deputy Minister of Lands.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C.
Dated March Hi, 1914. mar283m
WE SELL EVERYTHING
- BUT GROCERIES
!:::.;::
"I would lie on   the steps of.
the house of commons   without
V  GIVEN  thai
■ rtain landi
rea-on   of   a
: jlished    in    the
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ell, Agent 5487,    i ;■■ " A ' .     M90,    N.   VS  and
.:" '4-    s  .  "4".'. 5277   ■:.:;. 32TS,' 3279!
-.'.'   m| 128(   N   ud S.E. !i  7671, 4076 and 3284,
■    1 ■■ .-: all   in  Group   One,   Cariboo   District,
■  eleven which will be opened to entry by pre-
.,;'_'■■  ; emptlon on the 15th day of June, 1914,
'. ,' .  * at 9 a.m. jn the forenoon.   All applica-
...;   " tior.s must be made at the office of the
. -..   ol Assistant Commissioner of the District
nt    con- at Fort George.
R. A. RENWICK.
. r___ Deputy Minister of Lands
ell ABei • Lands Department.
  Victoria B.C.
STRICT. -5th starch, 1914.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF
CARIBOO,
Holden at Eort Georue.
Between
GEORGE B. WILLIAMS, Plaintiff,
- and —
THEMISTOCLES  ANAYNOS,
Defendant.
Tee Themistocles Anaynos.
i    TAKE  NOTICE that  a  plaint and
OTTAWA June 15-Harry F|s,"\imonl?>v. Zn *£ued '." ,hia Hon_I
. orahle   Court    by    the    above-named
Bishop, has been appointed post Defendant for Specific Performance of!
master at Victoria,  to succeed ', \ «-'rtuai" Indenture under seal dated
• the !.h dav of July, 1918. whereby the
Noah  Shakespeare    who retires. ' above-named  Plaintiff  agreed  to   Bell
The appointment dates     from ', <»«' you, the  above-named Defendant,
' .agreed  to purchase of  and from the
July, above-named Plaintiff all  and singular
  that certain parcel or tract of land and
premises situate   in   the  Suuth   Fort I
George Addition, Fort George, Cariboo !
District, Group 1,  Province of British
. ,  . Columbia, and more particularly known
food   or    water     until    Asquith | gn(j described  as Lot 14, in Block 15.;
consents to   receive a   deputat-1Subdivision of District Lot 934, Group
., . . £ .  .   II,   Cariboo District, according  to thei
ion. IhlS    IS    what     by 1 Via ; registered map or plan of the said sub-
Pankhurst  savs, but the speaker division deposited in the Land Registry ;
" Otnce at th.' City of Kamloops, in the
■has demonstrated   on   many   OC-  said Province, and numbered 701, at or j
casions that women are not  to f°r the Price °r sum of $2,200.00, upon
, » the terms  and  conditions set out and
: be   used as   doormats   lor   mere   contracted in the said Indenture, under
men anv longer which indenture you are in default.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that by Order of His Honor Judge
Calder, dated the 18th day of May,
1914, it was decreed that delivery of a j
sealed copy of the Summons issued in
this action, together with a copy of:
this Order, by registered post, addressed to you the Defendant, Themistocles
Anaynos, at South Fort George, B.C.,
in the County of Cariboo, together with
the I not'ce °^ tne entry of 'be above Plaint
to be published in the Fort George
Herald for a period of one month, shall
be deemed to be good and sufficient
service of the said Summons on you,
the sud Defendant, and that in default
of a Dispute Note, being filed by you
with  the Registrar of this Honorable
Northern Lumber & Mercantile
Company, limited
W. F. COOKE, Pm.
RUSSOL PEDEN. Vice-Pm. C. I. McUlCHLlK, Sea,
iUtj
CUSTOMS   UFFICER
SEIZES  5,500  HEAD
OF RANCH CATTLE
CANCELLAT1
EP.VE.
SWIFT CURRENT.—Five
thousand five hundred head of
cattle, the property of
.Matador Ranch Company, north of Swift Current, were today
seized by Special Officer G. H.
Hu. hes, of the Canadian customs    department,  for alleged
undervaluation to the amount Court within a P61''0*1 of twenty days
_* 9.0 port Tl,_ __*+lr. n_^ , from the expiry of the said publication,
o    532,600.   The    cattle    are   the &hove.^m-e<i plainliff £ at liher<^
placed     in      charge     of special   to enter judgment against you.
-THE CONSTRUCTION OF
The Pacific Great Eastern Rv.
On the east side of the Fraser River between 1'
George and White's Landiug (Big Prairie) mean
opening up of the largest compact area of good
lands in the Fort George district. We now off*
sale, in farms of 160 acres ormore, the best sell
along the new railway. These lands were can
cruised and selected four years ago. We ow
lands offered and give guaranteed title.
;...
Prices the lowest and terms the best.
Special Inducements to actual settlers,
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
South Fort George, B.C.
L. R. WALKER       ....       Genera! Agent
t
officers.
NOTICE   IS  HEREBY
.:;.
I -ts
ve   publisb
1 Gazette e.
It L'9th, 1907, i
ates to the fe
7188, 7187
179, 7178,
171.   7171'.
GIVEN' that
upon eertain lands
iy reaseen of notices
•d In the British
1 January 10th, and
cancelled in so far
Uowing lots:—
718 .
N.E
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7180,
7174, 7176,
7165,7168,
7153, E. .
6040, 6041,
... :j  6036,
81.
7177,
7167,
7160.
E.H
6033,
6026,
■ ell, Agent.
Vf. -   6021,  6017
.SK. . 6014, 60
6010, '."10a, 6<i09
5681,   5680,  "679,
TW.'.
5360,
"Sl,
Ml
e'U4,
348, 6343,
nel _.\V.',
1238,   ....
■ 39,  6028,   Vf.
19, 6019a, W _  6022,
Fractional v.". -   and
e.   N.E.   .    6011,   S.Mi
009a, 6004, 6006, 6003,
678, "677, "676, 5673,
Fractional   N.W. _
7067,   7062,  Fractional
ctional   N.E, _    7061,
1   N.W.W   7052,   7055,
5340,  6336,  N.'j   and
5349, 7050, 5347, 5346,
145
B
ol.
7200,
ell, Aeent
STK1CT.
6342,
5311
.'16,
211,
7193
5339,
5305,
S.V6
7224.
7212,
7203,
7196,
7192,
5313,
... "j
7232.
7210]
7202.
7205,
7191
appl
folio
marl
fust
anel
tie
Da
river  tn   poin
Inlne ISO aer<
•■il March  7,  IS It
•" chains:
',r  le-SH.   tn
course of
tpneement;
JOHN BOWES.
John MacDonell, A .ent.
7 199, 7197, 7190, 7194
and 71 Mi. all in Group One, Cariboo
District, which will be opened to entry
by pre-emption em the first day of
"!  June, 1914, eit 9 a.m. in the forenoon.
Amplications will be received at the
,j| office e,f the Assistant Commissioner
at McBride, feer one week from the first
day of June, after which applications
may he made at the office of the
Assistant Commissioner at Fort
George.
It. A. FENWICK,
Deputy Minister of Lands
Lands repartitiont,    |
Victoria, B.C.,
25th Mrach, 1914.
CHAMPION SWIMMER
BEATEN
At Honolulu last week
Kahanamoker, native swimmer
and world's champion of the
Olympic eames was beaten by
Willie Grace, a novice at 50
yards in open water. Grace's
time     was
Dated at South Fort George this 21st
day of May, A.O. 1914.
MURPHY & MONTGOMERY,
Solicitors for the above-named
|jn27 Plaintiff.
seconds.
fourth.
22 minutes and 2-5
The   native    finished
Refreshments will be served
at the dance to be held in the
Ritts-Kifer hall, July 4th.
LUMBER
Having recently established a
lumber mill here we are prepared to deliver rough lumber
of any dimension,
Ordway  &   Wakeley
Newland, b. c.
Vancouver.—Tapanses    cruis-
irs Asama and Azrema »rnved
HARRY M. BURNETT
here    last week.   Will not     be
allowed to place armed guards Architect and Civil Engiheer
on Komagata, this would     be
a breach of International laws. Temporary Office :
It is now suggested   that Milita   Corner Vancouver and Eighth Streets,
take charge of ship and put her { PRINCE GEORGE, B. C.
outside    the    three mile limit, '■.	
then turn her over to the cruis-
ers. | T.  G. JONES
TORT  QEOROI.  I,ami  DISTRICT.
District of Peace Rlvcr.
TAKI, NOTICE (hat William Mills, of
\anrmiw.r, B C, logger, Intends tre apply for permission te, purchase tlic following described lands: Commencim? at
a. pos Planted on the north-east bank of
ine i inlay Rivor nlxmt twenty-one mll<-s
up-stream fre.rn Fort Oraham and three
mi _£!a !l lunrter east, markci "\V.
M. s S.W. corner"; thence .-ast R0 chains:
inence north 80 chains; thence west sn
ehalns; thence Bouth 80 chains to point
nf commencement; containing r, lo acres,
mere* fer less.
Dated March 7, 19H.
WILLI \M  MILLS,
.luhn  MncDonell, Agent.
FORT  GEOROE  LAXD  UISTRICT.
District eef Poace River.
TAKK MOTICE that David Fields, eef
Vancouver, II. C, logger, intenils to apply for permission tee purchnse the following described landa: Commencing at
a post planted on file north-east hank of
lhe Kinlay lllver about twemtv-one miles
up-stream from 1 ,,rt Oraliam and twei
miles nnd n quarter east, mnrked "D.
F, S S.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thonce north 80 elinlns; thenee west 80
chnins; thence BOUth 80 chnins to point
of commencement; containing oio acres,
more or less.
Dated  Murch  7,  1<JH.
DAVID FIELDS.
John MacDonell, Agent
Quit Baking
NOW you can buy
3 Loaves Bread for 25c
AT   THE
German Bakery
Also PASTRY and CAKES at
Reasonable Prices
London.—Gunboat Smith and
Carpentier post forfeit for fight
at London Julv 16th,
Solicitor and Notary Public.
Fort George Trust Building,
FORT GEORGE. B.C.
Quebec.—Lord Morsey discredits the Quartermasters story
that the helm of the Empress
of Ireland often jammed. He
expressed 1-is opinion that sheer
was given by strong currents.
"I should like to see some
spats," said the precise gentleman.
"Well, stick around," suggested the new floorwalker.
"The salesladies are starting
'em all the   time."
Alex. McEachern
Builder and
Contractor
Estimates given for all classes of work
Address: General Delivery,
SOUTII  FORT GEORGE
J. F.   CAMPBELL
CIVIL ENGINEER
British  Columbia   Land  Surveyor
Ijinet AKe'iit       Timber CrulBer
Representing 00 RE & MoQREQOR, Limited
McGregor Building, Third Street, SOUTH
FORT CEORGE. B. C.
Kerr's four-piece orchestra
will furnish music at the Grand
Opening of Ritts-Kifer hall,
July 4th.
Brown—I wanted to get married when T wa. twenty-one,
but my father said I didn't
have sense enough. So I waited until I was thirty.
Cora—And you married at
thirty.
Brown—Oh, no; at thirty I
had too much sense to want a
wife.
The George Building Co.
-OK-
Prince George
Undertake to BUILD prompty and at
the lowest price consistent with BEST
WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIAL,
Your House or Store
(Large or Small)
ESTIMATES FREE.
If you give the work to us you will
never regret it.
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[A.C. SMITH (Manager of thu George
Building Co.), Robart's Hotel, Soulh
: Fort George, will receive immediate
and personal attention.
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We are the sole agents for over 1*" ^>
lots in Prince George comprising some of
the choicest business and residents let-
in the G. T. P. Townsite. ::
One of our firm will attend the Government Sale of lots in this district at Vancouver and Victoria, and will buy for
clients at a very moderate commission.
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Leslie Cameron, Superintendent,
A.SIICIICI'T, Ii. C.
D.B.**ACboB
Sou
th Fort gs Cfi   NOTICE   tiiat
aines Kelley,
is. (.'.,   miner,  intends io
permlaalon i u purehase the
leaci ilml lands: Commencing
lanted on t'h'e ndrth-east tmmt
^j itiver about nine miles up-
in |* ort Qraham, marked ",1.
orner"; thenoe east hu chains)
Hi  su chains;  them-e west '10
q ur less, lu the rher; Uienee
lie course of the river to point
,,-iiit'iii; containing  list) acres,
■il March
■I, 1914.
JAMES   KELLEY.
.lohn  MacDoneU, Agent.
Dia
HT ai.uHOE LAND DISTRICT.
rici of i'eaee  Kiver.
i'i !.!■;  that  Michael Patrick
\ nuciouver,   It.   C,   engineer
ppiy ior permission io pur-
uliowlng    described    lands:
at   a   lM)Hl   planled   on   tlie
;inii   of   the      i'inlay   River
units  up-stream  from  Kort
mile     east,    marked
corner";   tnence  east
[iun.'-e soutl: ""    '
id
llu
■liains; thenre
i-m su ohalna
t;   eunlainliiK
I   ■   .omnieneem     	
B, nam- 01' less.
Murch  1,  L914.
MICHAEL PATRICK RYAN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
.il
.\
OliQ__  LAND  DISTRICT.
rict of Peftoo River.
,TK'i- that John Cerr, ot
U. ('., logger, Intends to
pi rmission t" purcliusi* tne
I, bi ribed lands: Commencing
tunted on the north-east bank
|uy River about nine miles
from Fort Qraham and two
marked "J. C.'s N.W. corner";
80 ehains; thence south fcy
m-e west 80 ehains; thence
iains to point of commence-
Ining 010 acres, more or less.
ri li  I, 191 I.
JOHN   CERR.
John .MacDunell. Agent.
I Ji y.   ,,1...   ~"„       =;•"'"*-' eWIOHUU.
TAKK \. ■..,';' ' "!"'e R'ver.
of   Vancouver    p      " (-l>arle» Cahalin.
'o apply i,„- ,'„.,.,.', ',••   laborer,   Intends
toilowing   U      'T ."","' ?<"'°hase the
"i (i post „,        I,l!",ls;  Commencing
 \\."" tho north-east hunk
inver about eleven miles
i  rort Qraham  mid  onee
a post |,|,
"1   Hie;   Mil,II
_ZA"iLhuKvi a ''" s'w' '""•"<"••;
( isl sej elmins; th'ence north 80
seen I, sn . ,'i'' w.e8t *" cliains; thence
iiii  ■ ,,, ,      "Inl '"" commenco-
D^eniarcirVHH"68'™01'6"1^
CHARLES CAHALIN.
  ''"lm MacDonell, Agent.
I'M
TAKK
nf   Vanco
tennis   to   ee
ohaso   dee'
l-l   OEORGE   l.AXD   DISTHICT.
District of Peace River.
NOI ICE   lhat  Thomas   llalnl,
"''i'    >'••  ''.   shipwright,   In-
piy leei- permission  tee pur-
,.,,„     following   described   lan.es;
commencing at a post planted on the
n 'th-east bank of the Klnluy River
i'.. ,. , mlloa up-stream from
,,,,."._"""' """'k"'i "T. H.'s s.W. cornei thenceeast so chains; thonce north
mi cnains, thence west so chains; thence
Boul' 80 plialns  ilnt of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Daled  March   I,   1:111.
THOMAS   BAIRD,
John MacDonell, Agent.
1TI1
IE   l.AXD   DISTRICT.
of Pence River.
•K   that   Michael    Mc-
     er,   H.   C,   logger,
ipply  lue" permission  to pur-
folluwlng    described   lands:
;  nl  a  peest  planted   on   the
bank   nf   the   Plnlay    River
miles  up-stream   from  Kort
I four miles east, marked "M.
f,   cornor";    thenee   east   80
ne e sieuth  80 chains;  thence
tins;  thence north  SO ehalns
1 ommencement;  containing
ore .er less,
le :.   I,   IUH.
MICHAEL   McDONALD'.
.lohn MacDonell, Agent.
FORT GEORGE   LAXD  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River,
TAKIO NOTICE Unit Hugh Murray,
eel Vuncouver, li. c, teamster, Iniends
to apply for permission tee purchase the
following described  lands;   Commencing
ut a peesi planted on the  th-east bank
eef tin- Klnluy River about nine miles upstream  fr   Fort Graham, marked "II.
.M.'s s.W. corner"; thence eusi su chainB;
thonce north 80 chains; thence west so
e'hulns; thence south SO ehnins to point
of commencement; containing 040 acres,
inure' or less.
Duted March 1. 1914.
Ill'lill  MURRAY.
.Inlin MacDonell, Agant
up-.ireaui irom rort (Jranam ana iuur
miles east, marked "D. McC.'s S.W. corner"; ihenee east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; tiience west 80 chains; thence
suutli 80 chains tn point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated Murch C, 11114.
DANIEL AlcOAHTV.
.lohn  MucDonell, Agent.
so Ailnint" _.east 8U chains; thence south
J,.;""8' hence west 80 chains; thence
me,     Sl> chains  t„ point of comrnence-
T,,;,, ,"'"',"" "'" "m*, more or less.
Duted .Muieli   1.  1914.
duncan ' McGillvary
.lohn  MacDonell,  Agent.
KURT GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  Hiver.
TAKK  NOTICE   tbat   Tom   Snowdon,
of Vancouver, B, C, butcher, Intends to
apply   for  permission   to  purchase   tlie
following described  lands:  Commencing
ut a post planted on the north-east bank;''   J "'  i'inlay  River about eleven
of the Klnluy River about fifteen milcs! "I'-stream  from   Fort  Graham  ar
"rom Port Graham und  three 1 ""S*   ''"*'•   marked   "8.   K.'s  S.W
"""•     thence eust so chuins; thence
KURT   GKORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peuce Rlvei'.
TAKIO NOTICE tluei Sidney Kearney,
of Vancouver, B. c, cooks, intends tee
apply for permission t" purchase lhe:
following described iands: Commencing
ut u pust plnnted on the north-east bank
f the  Finlay  River ab
"G. B.'s N. Vf. corner"; thence east
SO chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 cliains; llience nortli 80 cliains
to point of commencement; containing
(ilo acres, more eer les*.
Duted .Murcli 6,  lili 1.
GKORGK BLATCIIFORD,
.lohn  .MucDonell, Agent.
up-stream
mlles eust, marked "T, S.'s S.W. cor
ner"; thence east 80 cliains; tiience nortii
so chains; Hience west 80 chains; thence
soutii 80 chains to point of commencement; containing (140 acrcs, more or less.
Duted   March   5,   1014.
TOM   SNOWDON.
Jolm  MucDonell,  Agent.
PORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
Disti'ict  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred M. Huth-
erford, of Vancouver, tl. c, salesman, intends to npply for permission to purchase the following described lunds:
Commencing  ut a post  piunted on  tiie
north-east   bank   or   the   Klnluy   River.,.   , ,,    , ,   ,.  ,,,,.,       ,.;
about tlfteen inilcs up-stream from Fort \' "" '.'.'""am and  marked "P.  It. s S.W
(Irahum nnd two mile's enst, marked "VV.!1"""'1   •   thence  east  80  chuins;   ll:
lhe
llll
80 chuins; tiience west Sll ch  	
soutii 80 ciiuins tee point of commencement; containing 640 aeres, more eer leas,
Duted  Murch  4,   1014.
SIDNEY KEARNEY.
Jolm  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GKORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Findlay Robertson, of Vancouver, B. ('., bridge-man, in-
te-nds tn apply for permission to purcliase the fullowing described lands:
commencing ut a post planted on the
north-east bank of the Kinlay River
about  seventeen   miles  up-sti
PORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
Distriet of Peace Hiver.
TAKE NOTICE thut Juines W. Flaherty, of Vancouver, B. C, superintend-
I'lit, Inteiuls tei upply for pen-mission to
purchase the* following described lands:
Commencing nt a post planteei on tlie
north-east hunk of the Finlay River
aboui tlfteen miles ui
Giuliani und four miles east, marked
"J. W. P.'s N. W. corner"; thence
east sn eliuins; thenee south 80 chains;
thence west so chains; thence north 80
chains to peeint eel' commencement; contuining  tiiu acres,  more *r less.
Duted   Mureii   6,   1914.
JAMBS   W    FLAHERTY.
John   MaeDonell,  Agent.
ed "A. D.'s S.W corner"; thence east 40
chains; thence north 80 chains; thenc*
weBt SO chains, more or less, to Ml«
river; thence following the course of th*
river to point of commencement; containing 480 acres, more or less.
Dated   Murch   6,   1014.
AUGUST  DELRIEN.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FOHT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE  that Rudolph  Schno-
ter, of Vuncouver, B. C, cigar manufacturer,   intends   to   apply   for  permission
to    purchase    the    following    described
iron,,, trnm ?.., i lands: Commencing at a post'planted on
....   ....'....I1.!.,?.!.! I the north-east bnnk of the Finlay Rlv.er
about twenty-one miles up-stream from
Port Graham, and marked "R. S.'s N.W.
corner"; thence east 20 chains; thence
south 80 chuins, more or less, to the
iiver; thence following the course of
the river, to point of commencement;
contnining 160 acres, more or less.
Dnted March 7, 1914.
RUDLOPH' SCHNOTER.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
M. K.'s S.W. corner"; thencc eust 80
ciiuins; thence .nortii 80 chains; thence
west 80 clinins; thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
(140 acres, more or less.
Dated Murcli 6, 1914.
WILFRED Al.  RUTHERFORD.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  GEORGE   l.AXD  DISTRICT,
District of Peace Hiver.
TAKK NOTICE that Charles WernerJ
of  Vancouver,  11.  c,  tlmber-faller,  in-11
tends   to  apply   for   permission   to  pur-
chase   the   following   described   lanas:
Commencing ut  a  peest  planted  on  the
north-east   bank   of   the   Klnluy   River
about  nine   miles   up-stream   from  Fort
Graham   and   three   miles   enst,   markeel
"C. W.'s  N.W.  corner";   thence east  80
chnins;   tliencc  soutii   Sll  eiialns;   thence
west so e'hulns;  thence north 80 chuins
to  point  of commencement;  contnining
040 acres, more or less.
Dnted March 4, 1914.
CHARLES  WERNER,
.Jeihn MacDonell.  Agent.
PORT   QEORQE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE that Harry N. Chemcr,
of Vancouver, H. c, painter, lntemls to
upply for permission to purchuse the
foil.wing described lunds: Commencing
ut n post planteei on tlie north-east
of the Klnluy River ubuut fifteen m
up-stream from Kort Grulium and
mile' eust. murked "11. N, C.'s S.W.
ner';; thence eust 80 ciiuins; thence nortii
so chains; tiience west 80 chains; thence |
south 80 chains to point of commence-1
ment; containing 640 acres, more or less. |
Dated March 5, 1914.
HARRY N. CHENIER.     !
John  MucDonell,  Agent. 1
in ins
more
nortli SO ciiuins; thence west sn
tiience soutli SO chains to polnl of
mencement; cieiitaiiilng 610 ac
or le'SS.
Dated Mnrch 6, 1911.
FINDLAY ROBERTSON.
John   .MacDonell,  Agent.
PORT  GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT,
District of Peace River.
TAKIO NOTICE tliiit Jolm Cockton, eif
Vancouver, li. C, master mariner, In-
t.'hels to apply leer permission to purchasi. the following described lands;
Commencing  at u  post  piuiu.d  on  the I
north-east    -nnk   of   the   liulay   River—-"    "•-      -   .     ■    . -.
about iliiei'ii miles up-stream from Pot -ti Commencim! at a post planted on the
Graham und nm- mile' e-ust innrkeel "1 I north-enst hank of the Plnlay River
i'.'s N.w. corner"; thence east so chains' ahout twenty-one miles up-streum from
thence suutli so ehnins; thence west sii! Fort Grnham and one mile and a quar-
eiiulns; thence nortli so clinins to point ter pa'st' marked "J. McD.'s N.W. cored' commencement; contnining 610 acres I ■"*'": thence east 80 chains; thence
mon. or loua ' i south 80 chains: thence west 80 chains;
FORT  OEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Jnmes AIcDon-
nlii, of Vancouver, B. C, labourer, intends to apply for permission to purchaae    the   following   described    lands:
more eer less.
Duted   Mn
FOHT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.      I
District eif Peuce Rlvcr.
TAKIO NOTICE tllllt Charles .1. Egg-
ley, of Vuncouver. B. ('.. construction
foreman, Intenda to apply for permission to purchase the following described
lunds: Commencing at a post planted
6,   1914.
JOHN COCKTON.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
District of Peace  River.
TAKK NOTICE that Willinm Smith, of
| Vancouver,   B.  C,  teamster,   intends  to
ipply   for   permission   to   purchase   th
h.2S the north-cast bunk of the Kinlay River  '?u«owl"f <|e8oribed  lands.  Commencing
M* about eleven miles up-stream Irom Port a{ f- '".. V   '"_   "" V"' no_ .h;east '.,'"<
L„f I Graham   and   four   iniles  eust,   marked  of tl« Finlay River about thirteen miles
°"e'"0.   .1.   E.'s   N.W.   corner,";   thence   eust: up-stream  from   Fort  Graham  und   two
™/,; j 80 ciiuins; thence soutii 80 chains; thence   miles  east,   marked     W.   h. 8  S.W.   cor-
west SO chains;  thence north SO chain.
to  point  of  commencement;   contuining
640 acres, more or less.
Duted .March 4. 1914.
CHARLES .1. EGGLEY.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
PORT   GKORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace   River.
TAKIO NOTICE that Thomas Buchanan, of  Vancouver,  B.  C, miner,  Intenils
to apply  for permission to pureiiase the
following described  lnnds: Commencing
ut a post planteei on tin, north-east hank
.of the Finlay River aleenit thirteen miles
the up-stream   from   Fort  Grulium  and   ono
"lvel'lmllc eust, murked "T. B.'s N.W. corner
ROE   LAND   DISTRICT.
t or Pence'  Rlvcr.
TICE     that     Daniel     F
Vancouver, It. <"., logger
>!)■ for permission to pur
11.living   described   lanels
ei    a    I'lest   plllllted
I:   of   the   Klnluy  ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lies up-Btream from Port I thence'Vaa't" .d" chain's; thence south 80
three' miles eust, marked chains; thence west so chnins; tlicnce
\\. corner ; thencc enst so j,,,,,^!, so chains to point of commencement; containing 610 acres, more or less.
Duted   Murch   5,   1914.
THOMAS BUCHANAN.
John AlacDonell, Agent.
orth   80  chuins:   tlienc
ilns;  thence soutli 80 chuins
commencement j  cuutuiniiig
ore or less,
rch 4, 1914.
DANIEL  K. CAMPBELL.
John   MacDonell,   Agent.
FOHT   GKORGK   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE Kthut Frank Charles
Norbeck, of Vuncouver, B. C, broker, Intenils to apply for permission to purcliase the following described lands:
Commencing at u post planted on tlie
north-east bank of the Finlay Rlvcr
about fifteen miles up-stream from For:
Graliam, marked "P. C. N.'s S.W. corner"; thenee east SO cliains; tiience nortli
80 clinins; tlicnce west 80 chains; thence
south  80 cliains to point of commence'
thence soutli 80 chains to point of com
. ,  ,      „,„- ,       -mencement;  containing 610 neres,  more
ment; containing 610 acres, more or less. |or jeHK
ner"; thence enst 80 chains; thence nortli
SO ciiuins; thence west SO chains; thence
soutii 80 chnins to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Duted March 5, 1914.
WILLIAM   SMITH.
M John  MacDonell,  Agent.
PORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.      |     ,,.,,„,,   ,,,,,,,.,.,.   ,   .....   ,„____.,,„,,....
District of Peace River. I     ivl111 ,',''•' K,('''J„ LAND  DISTRICT.
TAKE NOTICE that Martin O, Lund, ,„ ,,.„'"'?"'J,1'/,!'/ Peace River.
eef Vancouver, B C, chef, Intends to , r,AK!; NOTICE that James Suther-
apply for permission to purcliuse the'1"1"' "f Vancouver, B. C, painter, in-
following described lunds: Commencing *?ntls to upply tor permission to pur-
at a post planted on the north-east bank l_hase l!'.° following described lnnds:
of the Klnluy River uboul seventeen Commencing at a post planted on the
miles up-streum from Fort Grulium and nortll"e??' I,ank 'if Ul° Finlay River
live mllos eust, marked "JI. 0. L.'s S.W. about thirteen miles up-stream trom
corner; tliencc eust 80 ciiuins; thence.'<'r'^I11™ and four miles east, mark-
north SO chains;  thence west 80 chains;]™  .J- M S.W. corner ; thence east 80
Dated March 6, 1914.
FRANK  CHARLKS NORBECK.
John  AlacDonell, Agent.
Dated March
6, 1914.-
MARTIN O.  LUND.
John   AlacDonell,   Agent.
PORT   GKORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE tllllt George Nash, of
Vancouver, B. C, tailor, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tlie foliuwing descrilied lands: Commenting at
PORT  GKORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peuce Kiver.
TAKE NOTICE tlmt John Stevenson,
of Vancouver, B. C, boilermaker, [ntends
to apply for permission to purchase tiie
chains;   thence north  80 chains;   tlienco
west SO cliains;  thence south  80 chains
to  point   of  commencement;   containing
640 ucres, more or less.
Dated   March   6,   1914.
JAMKS SUTHERLAND.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   GKORGE   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Joseph   White-
man, of Vancouver, B. C, logger. Intends
a posl planted on the north-east banl■ •■ fullottl"8 described lands: Commencing to apply for permission to purchase tlie
of the 1-nlay R?ver about Ween miles i ai u,i,oaVV1Vnted».n the ""th-east bank following described lands: Commencing
and n half un-stream from Foriffir.him   of   the   Flnla>'   River   about   seventeen  at a post piunted on the north-east bunk
  mart,.*I   "G     .',^^E   corner"    thence! ?lles "p-stream f''°m Fort Graham and" the Plnlay River about thirteen miles
TAKE NOTICE that Davis Donaldson, north 40 chains' thence S: 80 chains j rou.^ miles east' m„ai'ked "J. S.'s S.W. cor-' up-stream from Fort Graham and three
Vancouver, B. C, painter, Intends to mo"" or less   to the. rl\ _r   ii   SS ' ?f i thenceeast 80 chains; thence north'">"« «ast.  marked,   "J.   w.'s  s.W.  cor-
.-... .'._,..<f„" ,„   „„„„k„.,„   .i,..i_°r_-or. ._es--.™.'!]; K™Ll..l5,P«,_i_-HO chains; thence west 80 chains; thence n«r : thence east 80 chains; thence north
FOHT  GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT.
DiBtrlct  of  Peace  River.
south 80 chains; thence    ..
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement;  containing  640 acres,   more
or less.
Duted  March   7,  1914.
JAMES McDONALD.
FORT  OEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE that Stephen Campbell, of Vancouver. B, C, logger, Intends
to apply for permlssi.en to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about twenty-one
miles up-stream from Port Gruhum and
a epiarter of a mile east, marked "S.
C.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80 chaina;
thence south 80 chains: thence west 80
chains; thence north. 80 chains to point
of commencement; containing 640 acres
more   or   less.
Dated   March   7,   1914.
STEPHEN CAMPBELL.
-• John   AlacDonell,  Agent.
FORT GEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Doyle, of
Vancouver, B. C, teamster, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing;
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about nineteen miles
up-streum from Fort Gruham and haJf
a mile east, marked "T. D.'s S.W. corner": thence east 80 chains; thence north
SO chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 aeres, more or less.
Dated March  6,   1914.
THOAIAS   DOYLE.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
1EORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.     'of    	
strict of Peace River iappl'y   for   permission' to   purchase   the ! lowing"'the" "course "of the" river .n'nnfnt I'" '■"'"''"i »'«">:= <»e»i,»" ciiuins; mence  •••.•..■-.-.,». *u =v n,,a...a, ue,,:,.,.. nurvn
NOTICE that Carroll Charles,, ,„„„,.,„ „ed  tod.LJ^jn-JSlng|JS-ffift^oSSSS?:"l^WSr'il.f ^_8!|SS^. |&.fflfflSi »0?S2^n^?VrBS£ IsH^MLi^SS'to^2? S^Sai^SSSST
 O.I    laborer, Intends ] at'k" post piunted" on the north-east bank I mora "or" less'
permlssionto purchase the nt the nnlay River about thlneenjuBes      -      - --    '
B.
_ _d lands:   Commencing  „p.gl|.eRnl   from  port  Graham  and  two.
planted on the north-east bank  mlies  c„stp   marked   "D.  D.'s  N.W,  cor-
lay River about thirteen miles nll><. thonce east 80 chains; thence soutn
i   from   Kort   Qraham,   markod ; g0 c|)0infl: thence west 80 chains; thence
N.W.   corner ;   thence   east   80' ...      	
couth   80  chainB:   thencee	
Dated March \ .1814.
Dated Alarch 5, 1914.
GEORGE NASH.
John AlacDonell, Agent.
Dated Alarch 6, 1914.
JOHN STEVENSON.
John  AlacDonell, Agent
ment; containing 640'acres, more or less.
1    Dated Alarch 5,  1914.
JOSEPH WHIT .MAN.
John  AlacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
i huins, more or less, to the river;
fe lie wing the course of the iiver
t  e.f commencement!  containing
■ . more or less.
. ;'., 1914.
CARROLL CHARLES.
John AlacDonell, Agent.
GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
I'Isti let of Pence River.
'   NOTICE   that   Angus   AIcGII-
- :'  Vancouver,  B.  C,  miner,  in-
,  ;t|.| iv   feu-  perniission   to   pur-
• ■   followin*    described    lnnd;.
I] g    eet    a   post   plunte'il    Oil    the'
i  bank  of  the.  Finlay    River
le   en nii!-.. up-strenm from Fort
-'1 twee mile's eust. marked "A.
s w.   corner";   Ihenco    oust     80
• ence north 80 chuins; thence
■ cliains; thence south so chains
'   of  commencement;  contnining
s, moro e,r leas.
March   I,  1914.
ANGUS   AIcO ILLI VARY.
Jolm MacDnnell, Agent.
  FORT  GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT.
north 80 chains to point of commence-1    """'DlltHoTo-   Pe.«  Rh.r'"""     j    T1vfUvS.erP.u,' SKi.   a.,
men.: containing 640 acres, more or less, j    9^0^^^^?%^ of j J^n, TvafoouvVr, *B.° C.".. pS?
FORT GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph Kesst#r,
of Vancouver. B. C, logger, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase ths
followin; described lands: Commencin *
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about twenty-ons
mlleB up-stream from Fort Qraham and
two miles and a uarter east, marked "J.
K.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80 ehalns;
thence south 80 chains; tbence west tO
chains; thence north 80 chains to point
of commencement; containing 640 teres,
more or less.
Dated March 7,  19141    .
JOSEPH KESSIER,
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   OEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
  District of Peace River.
DAVIS DONALDSON.    I ZZTto.' &r£_J__*_.y ni'ir^n^",.,10 i SSTtaSBaTto' apply'for p'erm*lsSron*"to Ore ,o.f o-° Vancou^. \f% ^mhS
John MacDonell, Agent.  ?0.^lng desc^ following described lands: cruiser, Intends to apply for permission
• ' "   at a^os? plantedIon the north Ta_. hin!; CoM.1,nencln . at,  a fosf  P'!.ted  on   th0 P    Purohase    tho    following    described
i,„|,T  ni.-nnnK  i ivn m.TUICT       _J   ,iV.  ^i-iin?.   ■n? noitn-east bank i nortn-east   hank   nf   the   Finlav   River lands:   Commenc ng   at   a   post   nlanted I „»" ,t --.v,.,  ......   „„„„„ »,„rrl„
Distrtct   of  Peace  River m,lo»    „o ,,r_,mR h L' h£U', "„" "teon I about  seventeen   mlles  up-stream   from ™   the  north-east   hunk  of   the   I.nliC'SL^Se.   B'   9"   '"^motive   engl.'
TAKE NOTICE that Josenh Morgan   SUJ.-Lffi1"?? J™a?,   M   Graham,   K,,rt Gruhum and two miles east, murked River about  seventeen  miles  up-stream iS,.™'h«te^s l°„app!y toI Permission to
upply   lor   pennisslon   to   purchase   the, chal„s;  thenoe west. 80 chains, more or I west 80 ihains; thence north so' ZZul thence east M chnln?.' °,Z,Z ,Z™r,ii! ™rA_"^L}>*"*_ ol[. tl.   Finlay   ttlZ.t
PORT  GEORQE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TJK . NOTICE that William Morrill,
Va*r.n,...rr       t>        /*• 1 »'--- »
following  described   Iand6:  Commencing. less, to the river;  thence following the
nt a post planted on the north-east bank ; course   of   the  liver   to   point   of   com.
of the 1 inlay P.lver nliout thirteen mile"  mencement;  containing 640  acres,  more
up-stream from port Qraham and three or less.
miles   oust,   marked   "J.   M.'s  N.W.  cor- i    Dated Alarch 6, 1914.
ner"; tlunce cast SO chnins: thence south JOHN  P.   SMITH
SO chnins; thence west SO eiinlns; thence; John  AlacDonell, Agent
nortii  80 chains  to  point  of commence-;	
ment: containing 040 acres, more or less, j    ,,x:mT QB0RQE  I.AND DISTRICT.
I     Dati'el March
1, 1914.
JOSKPH MORGAN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
Hi
ORQE   l.AXD   DISTRICT.
' let  of Peace  Hiver.
TICE   that   James   J.   Lon-
 uver, B. ( ., logger, In-
fur permission to pur-
hAviiig described innils:
t n peest plunteil on the
i     Of     the   Finlay   River
LAND   DISTRICT.
Peace   River,
that   Peter   Hylanil.
.. logger, Intenils to
I npply   for   permissinn   to   purchase   tiie
folleewii ; ilescrilieil  leinils:  Commencing
at a post plant'"! em the north-east hank  south SO clinins; thencc west
of the I inlay River nliout thirteen miles j thence nortii SO chains to point of coin-
up-stream from Fort Qraham nnil four mencement; containing 640 acres, more
I miles east,  marked  "P.  II.'s N.  W. cor-I or loss
FORT  GEORGK
District  of
TAKK   NOTICE
of Vancouver, B.
pi
District of Pence River
TAKE NOTICE that Charles B. West-
ley, of Vancouver, B. C. logger, intenos
to apply for permission to purciuise tlie
following ilescribed lands: Conimencing
ut a post planted on the north-enst bank
of tbe Finlay River nbout seventeen
mlles up-strenm Irom Fort Graham and
one mile east, marked "C. B. W.'s N.W.
corner";  thencc east  so  clinins:  tiience
liain
ne'f
ihS
I WO
ip-stream  from   Port j
miles   oast,   mnrkcel j
■ner"; tlieni-e oast so
nins;  tliencc  west  SO
h so chalpa to point I
containing 640 ncres,;
^^^^^^^     N. W. cor
_ east SO chains; thence south
chnins; thence west 80 chains; tiience
nortii 80 cliains to point of commencement; contnining 610 ucres, more or less.
Duted  March  6,  1914.
PETER   IIYLAXD.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
Dnted  Alnrcii 6,  1911.
CHARLES  R. WF.STLEV.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
to point  of  commencement;  containing
640  ucres, more or  less.
Dated Murch 6. 1914.
THOAIAS ADAAI ANDERSON.
John  AlacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph White, of
Vancouver, B. C, labourer, Intenils to
apply for permission to purchase the
following describeil lnnds: Commencing
at a post piunted on the north-eust hunk
of   the   I .nlay   River   about   seventeen
»i e>e cimiiii,;  inence norm  su .about twenty-one miles up-stream from
chains;   thence   west   SO   chains;   thence  Fort   Graham   and   three   miles   and   a
soutii  80 chains to point of commence-! quarter east, marked "W. M.'s N.W. cor-
ment; containing 640 ncres, more or less, jner": thence east 80 chains, tiience south
Dated  .March  8.   1914. I 80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thenc*
HENRY W, McGREGOR,    j north 80 chains to point of commence-
John  MaeDonell,  Agent, jment; containing 640 acres, more or less.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE thnt Patrick J. Dono-
hoe. eef Vancouver, B. ( ., architect, Intends in npplv for permiss'on to purchase the following described lands:
e 'eiinnieneing   nt ^^^^^^
miles"up-s'tfeom from Fort Graham and | ?ort'}-east   bank   of   the   Klnluy   Rlv
Dated Alarch 7, 1914.
WILLI A AI MORRILL.
John MacDonell, Agent.
three miles east, marked "J. W.'s N.W
comer"; thence enst SO chnins: tiience
soutii 80 ehnins; thenco west SO chains;
tiience nortii SO chnins tn point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dated  Alarch  4,   1914.
JOSKPH   WHITE.
John  MacDonell, Agont.
I,  191 I.
.1A Alios J. LOUDON.
John MacDonell, Agent.
IT   OEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
I'll ii i'i eef Peace River.
NOTICE  that   Malcolm James
.   of   Vancouver,   H. C, logger,
lo apply  leer permission tee pur-
'   •      I.illowing     described   innils:
'■ncing   ut   a   petst  plnnted   on   the
■ u i   hank   eer   tho   Finlay     River
nine   miles  up-strenm   from   Fort
'■■   'inl one' mile' east, marked  "Al.
S.W.   cornor";   thenoe   eust   SO
" ence   north   SO  chnins;   tiience
' ' halns;  tlienco semlh SO clinins
'   of  commencement;  e'eeiitnlnlng
es. more or loss.
I   Mnrch   I,   1914.
MALCOLM JAMES MORROW'.
.leihn   MacDonell,   Agent.
GEORGE   l.AXD   DISTRICT.
!' "i'i of Peace Rivor,
NOTICE    Hint   .loo   Hrowotl,  of
(   ''''.    R    C,   leeggor,   Inteiuls   to
1 nermission to purchase the' fol-
'lesciibed lands;   Commencing nt
Plnnled on lho north-enst lmnk of
"lay   Live■!•  nbout  nine  miles  up-
'rom Fort Grnhnm nnil four miles
marked     "J.   B.'s   S.W.   corner":
crsi  sn chains:  thonco norlh  so
thence   wost   80  chnins;   th'ence
chnins to point of commence-
containing 640 ncres, more or less.
'»  March  4,  1914.
JOE BROWEN.
John MncDoncll, Agent.
OPORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
I'i'elrh'i of Ponfo River.
NOTIOE that Thomas Wilson,
'ouvor,   B.  0.,   laborer,  Intends
inr permisaion to purchnse the
: described  lnnds:   Commencing
nlnnted on the north-oust lmnk
inlnv River nbnut nineteen miles
ui from Fort Ornhnm nod three
"1 n half east, marked "T. W..s
rner : thence enst SO clinins:
'r;rth RO e'hulns; thenco wost R0
Ihenco;   thonce  south   80  chnins
'ei  commencement;  containing
s. mom or less.
Murch 6, Mill.
THOMAS   WILSON.
John MncDoncll. Agent.
tT  OEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
"Istrlcl of Pence Rivor.
''J   MOTICE   that  Alelvln  Olll, nf
'|.''-   I.   C,   teamster,   Iniends   to
r   Permission   to   purchnse   fh'o
■'   <' si'iihoii lands:    .ommenctng
"   plnnted on lhe north-enst bank
'"'mv Rlvcr abnut nineteen miles
ij   rrom   Fnrl   Grulium   nml   two
'" i ", hnir east, markod "Al   O.'s
, 'n"'i;;  ihcnce    oust    so  ohnlns:
. '"rth  sn eimins:  thonco wost  so
• '   '""-e noutli  SO chnins lo point
,.' J'"ceinent; conlnlnliig 640 acres,
4,  1914.
MELVIN GILL.
John AlacDonell, Agent
''''"'■'1  Murch
KORT   GKORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace  River.
TAKIO NOTICE that Edward AI. Oliver, of Vancouver, B. C., printer, intends
to upply for permission to purcliuse the
following described lund. . Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
>f the Finlay River nbout thirteen ni"•••
up-stream from Fori Graham nnd
miles onst, marked "10. Al. O.'s N.W. corner"; thenco cnst so chains; thence south
SO chillis: thence west SO chuins; theuce
nortii  80 eimins to pclnt of commence-
. it; containing 6 to acres more or less.
Dated Mnrch 6, 1914,
EDWARD M. OLIVER.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
  FORT  GKORGK   I.AND   DISTRICT.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT, j TAKEDNOTICE° .hafHmryEggley, of
n.,,-1 •' v.'S',1, ."'„'';'",''i' ,.V(Tn = Vancouver, H. P.. Ironworker, Menus
TAKE NOTICE that Hartford B. See- t0 „,„,,,. f;„. porm ssion to purchuse the
ley. of Vancouver, B. C, miner, Intends| foiiowtnig described lunds: Commencing
to apply for permission to purchase tlie I,„ ,, noal „\a„,ea on the north-enst hank
„,,-„-,-      .   ■   ,,   ,  ,     ,    -,. l1elat a post piunted on tlie non
following described hinds: Commencing of lhf F'|„]ny Rlver ,,,,,,„
nt a post piunted on tiie north-east bunk'
If the Finlay River about eleven milos
• p-strenm freem Fori Graham und one
mile east, mnrked "H. I . S.'s N.W. corner": tiience eust so chuins: thence south
80 chuins; thence west 80 clinins; thence
live | nortli so chnins to point of commence-
•or-! ment; containing 640 acres, more or less.
PORT  GEORGE .LAND  DISTRICT.
District   of   Peace   River.
TAKK   NOTICE   Hint   Jolm   Shaw,   of
Vancouver,  H.  (*.,  gardener, Intends tee
apply   for  permission   to  purohase  flic
following described Junels:  Commencing
al a post phinte'd em the. north-east bunk
of the Finlay River nliout thirteen miles
up-strenm   from  Fori  Qraham  and  tive1
miles oust, marked "J. s.'s s.W. cornor";
thence enst   SO eiinlns:   thence nortli  SO
hnins;   thence   west   SO   chnins;   thencc
outh so eiinlns to point of commencement; containing 640 ncres, more or less.
Duted March .. 1914.
JOHN SHAW.
John   AlncDonell,  Agent.
PORT GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
Disti'ict   of   Pence   Rivor
TAKE NOTICE that Bert Foote, of
Vancouver, B. C, cigar-maker, Intends to
apply for pormisslon to purchase the
following describod lnnds: Commencing
nt n post plnnted on thc north-enst bnnk
of the Finlnv River nhout fifteen miles
up-stream from Kort Ornhnm nnd five
miles enst. mnrked "B. F.'s N.W. cor-
nor"' thenco cnst R0 chnins; thenco south
Stl clinins; thonce west SO clinins; tbence
nortii 80 chnins to point of commencement' contnining 610 acres, morc or less.
Dnted Mnrch le, 1914. )iKirr]rooTio
John  AlncDonell, Agent.
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.    •
District  eef  Pence  Hiver.
TAKE   NOTICE   Hint   Pniil   Roy,   of
Vancouver, B. C, i <. Intends to apply
for perniission to purchase tho following
elc.'iihei!  Innels:  Commencing nt n  post
nn ted oi he north-enst bnnk of tho
Pin iv River nbout tlfteen iniles up-
.renin from Fort Qraham and live miles
onsi marked, "P. R.'s S.W, corner"!
thenco ensl so chains; thence north 80
chains: thence wost
south- so chnins tu r
ment; containing 6401 noi
Dated March 6, 1014,      VM,h Hriy
John MacDonell, Agent
oliil
hnins; tiience
f commence-
more or less.
TORT GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT,
iilile'le't   of   i'enee   Kiver.
-IMI'K NOTICE thnl 1 .mlel McCarty,
nf Vancouver, B, C, Inbourer, Intends to
Snnlv for permission to purchnse the
fol owing described lnnds: Commencing
IiA nnst nlnnted on tbe north-east bnnk
ot the 1 Inlay Rlrer about fifteen mllos
Doted  Alarch  4.  1914.
HARTFORD B. SEELEY.
John AlacDonell. Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE thut Arthur S. Percy,
of Vancouver, B. C broker, intends to
apply for permission to pureiiase the
following described lnnds: ('ommenelng
nt a post plunte'd on the north-eust hunk
m„es up-stn-nm from Fort Grulinn, mui e up.^e,^"?ro, .'Villi" G\'n._^l"_ .^^ .
four miles eust, murked H. Iv s N.W. .,? w ,, .„ ..... oornor"- thenon cist sn
corner":   thence  east   SO  chains;   thence .ci^s:P,hcn..   semi!h' _,' ZZ_:  iilec
wost SO chains, more or less, to the
river; thence following the course of the
river  fo   peiint   of  commencement;   con-
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
.    T4KE NOTICE that George Hamilton,
post   planted   on   the[0f Vancouver, B. C bricklayer. Intends
"   " "   "*■ '—   " to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on tlie north-east bank
of the Plnlay River about twenty-one
miles up-stream from Port Graham and
four miles and a quarter east, marked
"G. H.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80
chains: thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence nortb 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
640 ncres. more or less.
Dated   .March  7.  1914.
GEORGE HAMILTON.
John  AlacDonell,  Agent
hout seventeen miles up-stream from
Port Grnham and one mile east, marked
"P. J. D.'s S.W. corner"; thence east SO
eiinlns: thonce nortii SO chnins: tiience
west R0 chains; thence south SO ehnins
to point of commencement; containing
640 ncres. more or less.
Dated  March   6.  1914.
PATRICK  J. D 1XOHOE.
I John AlacDonell,  Agent.
'H.  I
_________________{
noutli SO ehnins; tlicnce west so chains
thence nortii so cliains to point of commencement; containing 010 acres, more.
or less.
Dated Alarch 0, 191l.
HENRY EGGLEY.
John  AlncDonell,  Agent.
taining 4S0 ncr<
Dated  Alarch
s, mor,. or less.
6,   1914.
ARTIU'R   S.   PERCY.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
PORT  GEORGK   LAND  DISTRICT.
District  eef Pence  River.
TAKK NOTICE that John Noyes, of
Vancouver, B. C, miner, Intends to npply for pennisslon to purchnse the foliuwing descriheil lands: Coinmencing at
a post planteei on tile north-enst hunk
of tlic Plnlay River about eleven miles
up-streiim from Port Graham nnd two !"„""u' so\
miles enst, marked "J. N.'s N.W. cor- j ''"r|..'']{'
nor"; thence east SO chuins; thence south |'J'J   ,   ,„
SO chnins; tiience west SO clinins; tliene-e       " "'
nortli R0 ciiuins to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 4, 1914.
JOHN   NOYES.
John  AlncDonell.  Agent.
FOHT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
Distiict  of Pence   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Freeman William
Ferguson, of Vuncouver, B. C. commercial traveller, Intends to npply for
permission to purchase the following
described lnnds: Commencing at n post
planted on the north-east bnnk of the
Finlay River about eleven miles upstream from Fort Qraham and three
miles cast, marked "F. W. F.'s N.W. corner": thenco eaat 80 chains: thence soutii
80 chains; thonce west 80 chnins; thence
north 80 chnins to point of commencoment; contnining 640 ncres, more or loss.
Dnted Alnrcii 4, 1914.
FREEMAN WILLI \Af FERGUSON.
John  AlnoDoseil, Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  I.AND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence lllver.
TAKE NOTICE Hint William Alorrl-
son, of Vancouver. B. C miner, Intends
to apply for iiermission to purclinsc the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post plnnted on the north-enst bank
of tho Finlay River nhout seventeen
nllos up-strenm from Fort Gralinm and
hree miles e'nst, marked "W, M.'s S.W.
corner"; thenco onst 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thonce south 80 chnins to point of commencoment; containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dated  Alarch 6, 1914.
WILLIAM MORRISON.
John AlacDonell, Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE thnt Duncnn AlcOIIH-
vary, of Vnncouver, B. C, logger, Iniends
tp apply fnr permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay Rivor about eleven miles
up-stream from Fort Oraham and five
miles sast, marked "D. McQ.s N.W.oor-
FORT   GEORGK   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District eif Ponce River.
TAKE NOTICE Hint Archie Buchanan,
of Vancouver, B, c, steam-shove! forc-
nuin. intendB tee upply for permission to
purchase the folluwiug desoribed iands:
Commencing  nt  n   post   planted  on   tne
north-oiisl   bnnk   of   the   Finlny   River
nbout   seventeen   miles   up-streum   from
m nnd live miles e'nst, murk-
e N.W. oorner";  thence e'nst
so chnins; thence soutli so chains; thenee
wost SO chains; thenco north so clinins
to point  of commencement;  containing
640 ncres, more or less.
Duted .larch 6. 1914.
ARCHIE   BUCHANAN.
John  MacDoneU, Agent.
FORT   GKORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dlstrle't of Pence River.
TAKF.  NOTICE  tliiit  John  Anderson,
KORT   GEORGK   LAND   DISTHICT.
Dlstrle't of Peace River.
TAKIO NOTICE Hint David Elder, of
Vancouver, B. C, teamster, Intends to
following described lunils: Commonclng
at u post plunteil on the north-east bank
apply for permission to purchnse the
of the i'inlay River nliout thirteen miles
up-strenm from Port Grnham, nnd
murked "D. E.'s S.W. corner"; tbonce
enst SO chains; thence north SO chnins;
Hience west SO clmins, more or less, to
the river; tiience following tlio course
of tlie liver to point of commencement;
eoniuining 610 ncres, more or less.
Dated .Mnrch f.,  1911.
DAVID  ELDER.
John  MacDonell,  Agent
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Pence Hiver.
^^^^^—^——^————_ TAKE NOTICE  that Thomus Thnmn-
of Vnncouver. B. C, hod-carrier, intenils j son. of Vnncouver, B. C, clerk, intends
to npply for permission to purchase the!to npplv for permission to purchnse the
following described lnnds: Cninniencing; following described lnnds: Commencing
at a post planted nn the north-east bank int a post planted on the north-east bona
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles ; nf tbe Finlny River nhout twenty-one
up-stream from Fort Oraham nml one miles un-stream from Fort Grnham nnd
mile east, mnrked "J, A.'s S.W. corner"; four mlles and a qunrter east, mnrked
thence enst 80 chnins: thencc north 801 "T. T.'s S.W. corner": thence enst 80
chains;   thence   west   80  chnins;   thence; chnins:  thence  nortii   80 chnins;   tlmicc
south  80 eiinlns to point of commencement, contnining 610 ne-res, more or iess,
Dnted Marcli fi, 1914.
JOHN  ANDERSON.
John  AlncDonell,  Agent
FORT  GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Distiict of Tonce Rlvcr.
TAKE NOTICE thnt Vernon D. Dennl-
son, of Vancouver, R. C, broker. Iniends
to^apply for permission to purchnso th
west SO chnins:  tlienco south  SO chains
to  point  of  commencoment;   containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated  Alnrcii  7.  1914.
THOAIAS THOA1PSON.
John MncDoncll.   Agent.
TOUT  GEORGE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence Rivor.
TVKE  NOTICE   Hint  Patrick   Jnmos
._.  ,.   ,   AfeOovoiTi,   of  Vnncouver,   B.   C,   temn-
following described  lnnds: Commencing ater, Intends to npply for permission to
nt a post plnnted on tlic north-enst bnnk ! purchnso the following described'lnnds
of tho Finlay River nbout fifteen miles
up-stream from Port Grnhnm and two
miles east, mnrkod "V. I . D.'s N.W.
corner"; thenco enst SO chains; thence
south 80 chnins; thenoo wost SO chains;
thence north 80 chains lo point nf commencement; contnining 610 acres, more
or less.
Dated Mnrch B, 1911,
VERNON D. DENN'ISON.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
PORT  GEORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
T\KE NOTICE Hint Qeorge Blnlch-
ford, of Vnncouver, B. C. engineer, Intends tn applv for permissinn to purchnse the following described lands:
Coinmencing nt n post plunteil on tho
north-east bank of the Finlny River
about fifteen miles up-stream from Fort
uroStm and three miles east, markod
(ommenelng nt a post planted on the
north-east bank of tho Pkilav Rivor
about nineteen mlles up-strenm from
I'ort Graham nnd one mile nnd a half
enst, marked "P J. AIcG.'s SW corner"-
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chn ns; thenco wost 80 chains; thence
snuth 80 chn ns to point of commencement containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dnted   March   6.   1914
PATRICK JAMES McOOVERN
John MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT GKORGE  LAND DISTRICT
Distriet of Peneo River.
T'KK   NOTICE   that   AtUBllst   Dellien,
of Vanoouver, B. c, ono!. Intends to
npnly for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
nt a post planted on tho norfh-east bank
of tho Finlny River nbout nineteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham, and mark'
FORT GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Hugh Smith
Alain, of Vancouver, B. C, teamster, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commeneing nt post planted on the nnrth-
onsl bank of tlie Plnlay River about
nineteen miles up-stream from Fort
Grnham and five miles and a half east,
markod "H. S. AI.'s N.W. corner'; thence
east SO chains: thence south 80 chains:
tbence west 80 cbains :thence north 89
chains to point of commencement; containing 640 aces more or less.
Dated  Maich 6   114.
HUGH SA1ITH AIAIN.
lohn  IilaiDonoII. Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
Distiict of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that William Wilson,
of Vancouver, B. 0., laborer. Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lnnds: Commencing
nt a post planted on the north-oast bank
nf tlie Findlay River n. nut nineteen miles
un-stream from Port Qraham. ond three
miles nnd n half east, marked "W. W.'s
N.W. corner"; thence enst 80 cbains:
thence soutli 80 chnins; thence west 80
chains; tbence north 80 cbains to point
of commencement; containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Dated March 0, 1911. '
WILLIAM  WILSON.
John AlacDonell.  Agent.
PORT  QEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
T»KE NOTICE that William Cbam-
berlnln, of Vancouver, B. C, labourer,
Intends to apply for permission tn purchnse the following described lnnds:
Commencing at a post plnnted on the
north-east bnnk of tlie Finlav River
nhout nineteen miles un-stream from
Port Ornhnm and four miles nnd a half
enst, mnrked "Vf. C.'s N.W. corner":
thence enst 80 chains: tbence south 80
chnins; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chnins tn point of commencement; contnining 640 ncres, more or less.
Dated March  6, 1914.
WILLIAAt CHAMBERLAIN.
John AlacDonell. Agent.
FORT GEORGE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence Rlvcr.
TAKE NOTICE that James Green, nf
Vancouver, B. C, teamster, Intends to
npply for permission to purchnse the
following described lands: Commencing
nt a post planted on the north-oust bnnk
of the Finlay River about nineteen
mlles up-strenm from Fort Graham and
ono mile nnd a half east, marked "J. G.'s
N.W. comer"; thence east 80 clmins;
thence south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence north 80 chains to point
of commencement; containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Dated March I, 1914.
JAMES GREEN.
John MacDonell, Agont.
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■■-• BANKRUPT! Well Not Yet
This is not our Anniversary Sale,
BUT we refuse to be undersold
Please Read This - Every dollar's worth of goods on our
shelves and in our warehouse is paid for. We do not owe a dollar.
We have no Creditors. We sell for cash and buy for cash. We employ
expert grocery men, (not Ex-Jewellers and Baggagemen) to wait on
our customers. We endeavor to sell our goods at a legitimate profit
and we like to see others do the same. We do not want to take the
bread and butter out of other business men's mouths on lines of goods
that do not belong to the GROCERY TRADE.
Notice to Our Customers - Do not be influenced by the
so-called cut prices and Anniversary Sales. We will use you right
and guarantee our prices to be as low as any store in town.
No creditors to dictate to us. We are here to stay, and do not
have to sell our goods at cost to pay anyone-if we did we would go
broke.
Special - No cut prices on Tobacco here. This trade belongs to
the Tobacco Stores, Restaurants, and Pool Halls.
COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH THE OTHER FELLOW
DEFORE YOU BUY
WATCH   OUE  WEDNESDAYS'   SPECIALS
Free Silvee_are with every purchase.
iMPBELLS
ALL CASH STORE
E.P.Campbell Prop
Grand Ball in evening with
special music at the celebration July 1st
Grand Opening of thc Ritts-
KifiT hall at I'rince George on
July 1th. Dance with first-class
music
Mr. J. F. Kelly left yesterday
for Calgary to investigate the
Sunbeam holdings in that district and expects to return within a week.
Paddy Ryan is able to be
around again after his accident
a couple of weeks ago when he
sprained his ankle. He expects
to be able to leave before long
for Fort George.-Omineca Herald.
The Fire Wardens for this district composed of Messrs. J. R.
Campbell, W. G. Fowler and J.
Ferguson have had notices printed notifying property holders
to discontinue using their stoves
until their chimneys are fixed according to the Provincial By-
Laws and to the satisfaction of
the wardens.
Improved Farm for
EASY   TERMS
5 miles from Prince George BEAUTIFUL HOMESITV
near railroad, has a SEE        Having a 4 room Hun,
Rwer Frontage of US FOR alow, finished ail
a Half-Mile CHOICE FARMS painted. Stable
Easy Terms SOUTH OF HERE 10 MILES for6 Horses
$8.00 per Acre    12^
This Land is Located on the River      under
and Near Railroad cultivation
MURDOFF & GETHING
SOUTH   FORT   GEORGE,
notice of dissolution op
partnership
Province op British Columbia,
Counties of
Atlin and Cariboo.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting betwoen us, the undersigned, as Hotel
Keepers and Merchants, in the Town
of Aldermere, Priestly, Stella, Lake
Kathlyn and elsewhere in Northern
British Columbia, has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent. All debts
owing to the said partnership are to be
paid to John J. McNeil at Aldermere
aforesaid, and all claims against the
said partnership are to be presented
to the said John J. McNeil by whom
the same will be settled.
DATED at Prince Rupert, thia 16th
day of June, A. D. 1914.
Witness : LEM BROUGHON
Irving N. Linnell JOHN J. McNEIL
27-6-4t
TO   PEACE  RIVER
Fort George to Summit Lake
FOR   2  CENTS
PER   POUND
Motor Boat Giscombe leaves Hudson's Bay Spur -194, R (' evm
Wednesday, at 12 noon. RATES-Fort George to H. B. Spur Halt
Cent; Warehouse Charges, One-Eigbth-Cent• Spur to Summit
Lake, One-and-a-Quarter-Cents. Prepay your freight to H H Sour
and see that it leaves town care of
geo. Mcdowell, 194, b.c.
SEEBACH & HUBBLE from H. B. Spur to Summit Lake.
SNAP
Lots 6 & 7, Block 170
George and 7th Street
Prince George.
APPLY
Great West Investment Company
SOUTH FORT GEORGE.
FOR CLfcAN SPORT GO TO
THE BON TON
Bowling Allys
Our standard Brunswick-Balke Alleys
affoid the Delightful sport of Bowling.
LADIES* DAY.
Tuesdays rnd Fridays, between 2 and
5, the Alleys are reserved for Ladies.
SOFT DRINKS & CONFECTIONERY
JERGENSON & ROY
Jack—I was just admiring
Mabel's hair.   How pretty it i.'.
Mabel's rival—Oh, she has
some prettier than that!
See I  L_tt night there witc the.' G wrga
Tomorrow there' will \x bui one.
Think nheael !   Tomorrow we Khali have, water
>nd i»wer.  Get the rouirh Plurablne/done new
and save tearing up your builetiein toitiorrejw.
ESTIMATKS   FREE  FOR
PLUMBING, STEAM & FURNACE
HEATING.   PUMP ERECTING &
REPAIRING.
The Clapham Plumbing Co.
F. J. MALONEY, He-i.-....:.tatlve,
c-o. M. E. JEOLUM,
SOUTH KORT GEORGE
Phone tt I Tit
ECKSTEIN & WILSON
Barristers, Solicitor?, Etc.
Haioht Bldg, Prince George, B. C.
P. E. Wiwon " L. P. Eckstein.
Reduced fare9 on ail lines to
the Dominion Day celebration
here
To be given for the most suitable name for the Beer to be manufactured by the
Prince George Brewing & Malting Company, Limited
Contest opens on Monday, June 29th, 1914   ::   Open to all.
Just sit down and think hard, pick out the best idea; enclose it in an envelope, and address it to the Company,
SOUTH FORT GEORGE POST OFFICE.
We want a name that is descriptive,
short and catchy. Evirycne krows a
good name—we want tbj best of all the
good names. Someone will get the prize-
why not you? No entrance fee—absolutely free. The directors of the Company will
decide as to the winner of the competition.
THE  PRINCE  GEORGE  BREWING
&   MALTING   COMPANY,   LIMITED,    is
capitalized at $'200,000 divided Jinto  10,000
shares at par value of  .20 each,     It is estimated    tiiat one half of the capitalization
will    place    the   Brewery in a position to
manufacture beer; the remaining half    will
be  used as   a sinking fund, to give aid   to
hotels just starting up in business in order
secure their beer contracts.     t„ connection
with the organization of this company unlike that of many others there is no bonus
or watered stock issued to anyone. T\t_
Company are now placing their stock on
the market and expect considerable support
from the citizens, for besides being the
means of bringing more money into the
town and its great advertising value; it
is also a genuine investment, the immense
profits accruing to the holders of Brewery
stock being so well known that it is needless to make mention here.
The Company have chosen four acres
east of Prince George near the Nechaco
River for the location of their Brewery, the
site having over three hundred fret of
trackage     besides being almost equidistant
from the populated sections of Greater Fort
George.
Following is a list of the Directors :
President—J. H . Gooderham,    Toronto.
Vice-President-Robert E. Livingstone,
Secy.-Treas.—C. Dellis, Edmonton.
Managing Director—J. R. Sproat, Toronto
Director—J. J. Westaway, Prince George
Solicitors—T. G. Jones, Fort George
Bankers-Union Bank of Canada,      Princo
George.
Head Office—Prince George, B. C.
The memorandum of Association of
the Company is open at all times to prospective investors in the Company.

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