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ITISH   REPULSE   FIVE   GERMAN CORPS
Pre-emption Raid Anticipated in Near Future
land
Geoi
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years
she is
sons
but n<
presei
ation
of our
food-e
portin
busini
will bi
is i'i i
sands
South
be in
consul
tbe mi
the ci
factor.
)-,. is a strong back to-the-
; union in South Fort
,, just now. Let us hope
ji may develop from an
ti(,n toll movement. Brit-
ulumbia has not of recent
been producing the crops
capable of doing, for rea-
u-hich have been obvious
-ee| not be discussed at
t, Taking into consider-
the vast favorable nature
climate, we should be a
sporting, not a food-im-
;e, community. And the
.ss conditions here never
. stable until the anomaly
n ,,(!. There are thou-
i ;ni'i's of idle land around
l'.i-t George which should
a state of cultivation, and,
ering the inducements of
mui, it is remarkable that
mditions  are  so  unsatis-
Njw Cinema Hall
For Prince George
VOL. 4, NO. 52.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C, SATURDAY, AUG.  29,   1914.
$3 PER ANNUM
Vice President of the C. P,
R. Sounds an Optimistic
Note
LACROSSE TEAM
AY SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Lacn " the national game of
far.;.:;, i as taken hold of the
young men of this town.   The
f the season will be!
:, the baseball grounds!
Fort George, on Satur- i
■moon, Sept., 5th, at 31
i > tween the locals and a I
resenting Quesnel who'
mi the steamer 'Con-
e u noon of the same1
was intended to have
■ on Labor Day Sept
'   arrangements   could
iade with the steamboat
\ large number of ex-
' is are expected up with
el team.   Besides the
ame a trap shooting
Li en will be held, if pos-
urrange it, between the
in   club   and  Quesnel.
ohnston is due a great
credit as he has kindly
cod the Quesnel players
tree transportation to and from
Quesnel.
local loam take this op-
ity of thanking the Capt.
courtesy and kindness,
management of the local
sk everyone interested in
first i
playe
at Si'I
day ii
o'cloc
tean
will a
veyor
7th,
not i -
lines.
cursii
the I!
lacr
comp
sible
local
Capt,
deal
guara
Tlu-
portun
for hi
The
team i
.nt-
every
fifth.
Six ii',
sloug]
bridgi
(Sund
at the
'ame to turn out to practice
i-rht from now till the
soon as possible after
'ck on the Hudson Bay
which is now dry) at the
crossing and tomorrow
1 morning at 10 o'clock
aseball grounds.
'' |; hoped that everyone will
fo what they can to put up as
good a team as possible against
Quesnel who are very strong.
kr collection will be taken at the
game to defray expenses and to
give the Quesnel visitors a good
George Bury, vice president of
the C. P. R., sends a message to
Western Canadians through the
medium of the newspapers in
which he advises all to keep
their heads up, smile and be
not pessimistic. The message
reads:
■ "My personal advice is that
this is a time when people should
above all things hold their heads
up. Through life our greatest
sufferings are in anticipating
troubles that never come. The
west this year will receive more
for its crops, cattle, etc., than
last year. Foreign capital will
not come in until the war is over
but I do not know that that is
an unmixed evil. It may hold
back some developments, but we
have been borrowing recklessly,
and it had come to an end anyway, I believe legitimate business will really not suffer on account of the war, and that the
effective steps taken by the
government will make a monetary crisis impossible. The empire is at stake, and everyone
must present a bold, cheerful
front, and be prepared for every
sacrific should the worst come,
which at present appears impossible.".
ASSESSOR APPOINTED
rhe Herald is pleased to anil"""06 the appointment of D. F.
'•Perkins, Secretary of theCon-
servative Association, as Assessor umi,,- the proposed Incorpor-
allon of the three towns. No
m*n in the district is better pre-
Pare(l or more careful, honest
and capable to fill that important -^™
The Growth of Edmonton
The rapid growth of the cities
of Canada is phenominal. Edmonton has just completed the
compilation of the assessments
of land values only, Ihey show
a net total of $191,287,310.00 an
increase over 1913 of'$3,310, 590.
The exemptions amount to $22,-
573,310.00. It is expected to
raise about $4,000,000 in taxes
this year. The city's debt is $22, •
251,496.00 of which more than
$10,000,000.00 is invested
in Municipal owned Public
Utilities. These include Street
Railway, Electric Light, Power,
Water and Paving Systems.
Greater Prince George will
some day be in the same class,
as without doubt this greater
city of all the Georges will in a
few short years catch up and
surpass our nearest city to the
East. There is therefore no
cause for discouragement because
of the present delay caused by
war and financial stringency, We
will grow all the faster because
of arrested growth. Already
South Fort George and Prince
George the natural allied combination town of this section feels
the growing pains, and strains
at the leash that holds back our
development.
Pluto's Pet.- Cerberus was
barking at the gates of Hades.
"He's alright," Pluto ruminated. "But I do hope they won't
tax me for three dogs this year,"
Even he had his troubles.
a,,c to he c
"S|""n.   The Government
selecti„
ongratulated on their
of the towns.
'". as well as the people
This world is an iron ring on
which everyone cuts his eye
teeth.
THE BRITISH FLEET HAS
SUNK TWO GERMAN CRUISERS AND TWO GERMAN
TORPEDO DESTROYERS
The Germans Advanced Solid
Masses While British Infantry Taking Cover Mowed
Them Down
London, August 27th—The German Liner Kaiser
Wilhelm der Grosse converted into an armed cruiser
with ten four inch guns was sunk off the west coast
of Africa by British Gun Boat Highflier. This was
one of the best of the German ships plying between
German ports and New York City until the recent
war called her from the merchant service.
First Lord of the Admiralty Churchill made announcement in the House of Commons on Thursday
that the Norwegian Steamer Gottfried was blown
up in the North Sea by a floating German mine.
The German Cruiser Mageburg was driven ashore
in the Gulf of Finland and blown up by Russian
ships.
Lord Asquith moved a vote of sympathy in the
House of Commons for heroic Belgium, recognizing
the splendid resistance made by that nation to the
advance of German troops through Belgium, in
violation of their treaty of neutrality, which was
passed unanimously, John Redmond conveying the
admiration of the Irish nation.
Vancouver, Aug. 27th—It is known that three
cruisers — the Rainbow (Canadian), Newcastle
(British), and Idsumo (Japanese), and two British
Columbia Submarines are patroling the British
Columbia coast in search of the German cruiser
Leipzig.
The Vancouver Home Guard formed 2000 strong
have been mustered and are ready for service.
Japanese fishermen in the Fraser River have
donated $2000 to the Vancouver war fund.
The Province of Ontario has voted a quarter of
a million bags of flour to Great Britain, and the
Province of Nova Scotia send two hundred thousand
tons of coal.
London, Aug. 28th-First Lord of the Admiralty
has announced in the House of Commons, that the
British Fleet has sunk two German Cruisers and
two Torpedo Destroyers off Heligoland. A third
German cruiser set afire was left sinking. Not a
single British ship lost and the British losses in
killed and wounded very light.
The first British wounded from Europe have
reached England. The men report German infantry
poor shots but that the Artillery guided by their
Ariships made good practice.
Twenty Germans fell for each Briton. The
Germans would advance in solid masses while
British infantry taking cover mowed them down.
Marquis of Crewe, Secretary of State for India
announced that the government proposed to employ
native Indian troops in Europe.
Premier Asquith stated that in the fighting on
Wednesday, the British exposed the attack of five
German army corps and repulsed them all along
the line. Rumor unconfirmed states that the
English slowly fell back on their main defences and
when ready advanced all along the line and were
drivieg the Germans before them.
Business Men Inspect
Local Gold Mine
On Wednesday morning many
of the business men of South,
Prince ind Central on invitation
of J. J. McNerney and W. J.
McBurney rode to the new gold
strike of these gentlemen at six
mile meadow. From South there
were Geo. McLaughlin: Dr.
Lazier, Neville Montgomery and
Jack Robarts. From Central—
A r. McMorris, Mr. Perry and
Mr. Johnstone. From Prince-
Mr. Muroff, Mr. Lucas, Mr. Duncan, R. W. Winters, Frank Ellis,
Mr. Carney, Jack Daniels and
Mr. Beckett, There were also
many others out for the trip, as
well as to satisfy their curiosity
concernig the richness of the
strike.
The party rode out in democrats supplied by Mr. McNerney
and Mr. McBurney and arrived
at the mine at noon, proceeding
to investigate at once every one
showed a keen interest. With
coats thrown off all dug in and
pounded the rock, looking eagerly for the bright metal which in
many cases could be easily seen
with the naked eye. Wit^.br.ch
find the serious business men of
the Georges would rush forward
like eager children to gaze at the
flecks of gold appearing in the
quartz.
The party ate lunch at the
camp and hurried back to their
business, arriving at South Fort
George at five o'clock in the after noon, all satisfied with the
results shown.
The vein of quartz is about
two and a half feet wide and
runs through the entire range of
hills. Undoubtly as far as they
have gone gold exists in paying
quantities, and if the lead holds
out we will have a rich gold
strike within .easy distance of
this town; but it is not well to
become too optimistic until it is
proven that the lead will hold
out. However it is certainly a
good prospect and well worth
while investigating.
ANOTHER EXCUSE EXPLODED
Armaments are not a guarantee of peace. They are being
used for the purpose for which
they were made.
A year or so ago we were apprised of the German Emperor's
edict, through his Reichstag, to
the effect that all large fortunes
should be taxed for war purposes, and even the princes had
to surrender part of their personal income for that purpose.
This was the last stroke, the
hand writing on the wall to precede his well laid plan now being carried out in a year's time
only to plunge all the European
powers into a gigantic war.
Parlor Tricks-Bill-Did you
ever take part in any parlor
magic?
Jill—Oh, yes; that's how my
wife hypnotized me into marrying her,
The opening of the Princess
Theatre, Prince George took
place last Saturday. The audience was one to be proud of—
some eight or nine hundred
people being p r e s e n t, Much
credit is due to the builders, and
architects—a theatre which any
large city might envy. The
chairs and pictures are of the
latest design, whilst the electrical
fittings are quite a novelty.
The management are to be
congratulated on the excellent
programme which they arranged
—four splendid pictures being
thrown upon the screen. Two
local artists added the finishing
touches to the entertainment,
both being heartily encored,
whilst the pianists' accompaniments and selections were worthy
of the highest praise.
Has it occurred to our readers
that no reports of serious loss to
English shipping have come to
hand. England is surely mistress of the seas.
There are about 3,200,000¥icy-
cles in use in France now, as
compared with 800,000 14 years
ago, when the government began
counting them for taxation.
Cobbling is the latest course to
be introduced in the Oakland
(Cal.) public schools.    .
More than 13,000 persons are
training for teaching in India.
Every time a carp breathes it
moves 4,386 bones and muscles;
its veins number 4,329.
Canada now has a debt of $516,-
714,649.
Electric vehicles are now being used in the streets of London
for sprinkling and sweeping.
LIQUID
"How are you, Joe?" his
friend asked.
"I'm up against it," was the
reply. "I lost the best part of
my baggage en route."
"Did you misplace it or was it
stolen?" his friend inquired
solicitously.
"Neither," said the Scot.
"The cork came out."
Little beams of moonshine,
Little hugs and kisses,
Make a little maiden
Change her name to Mrs.
The probabilities are that the
Kaiser William will go down in
history as the greatest criminal
of all time.
There are 1,400,000 cattle in
Ceylon.
France  has 31,391 miles of
railway.
Aye, There's the Rub.—If we
had to turn our own grindstones
we wouldn't have so many axes
to grind.
Looking Backward.—What a
lot of bloodshed could have been
saved if Noah had left himself
and family out of the ark! 1
____ JUST
ARRIVED
Selling at Ccst
'SELLING AT
t heir's on these
No business can be conducted on the
to ,:r Dlan,   Finns claiming to transact
1,1  .efther deceiving the public or arc in business for
the latter is hardly probable.
pnse will agree with
lines are (
the sport of the thing
Anyone with a grain of common
,,, When we make the statement, that in order to sell goods
ust bear a certain amount of expenditure
Salaries of Clerks   Etc.,  Etc.
■cantile business are not mere philanthropist a certain amount of interest on the
invested, AND THEY DO.
a firm mi
Insurance, Taxes,
engaged in the mei
ists; they MUST
capital the.
such as
People
So Beware of 'SALES AT COST', They Are Fakes.
Every" Saturday Morning at its Printing
Office in South Fort George.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES
Price   One Year in Advance   -   -   - $3.00
"      Six Months in Advance    -   - 1.75
"      Three Months in Advance    - 1.00
To The United States -   -   - 3.50
No paper stopped until all arrearages are paid except at
the option of the publishers.
BATES  OF  ADVERTISING
Twelve c .nts  per line for the first 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 COMPANY,  LTD.,
Publishers and Proprietors,
South Fort George, B. C.
The secrel
and it places ui
of pwls (not
make a LEGlT
of selling is buying right,   In this we excel
in a position to sell you the highest quality
junk) at the lowest possible figure and still
[MATE PROFIT.
THE NORTHERN LUMBER & MERCANTILE CO., LTD.
W. F. COOKE. Pres. Rl SELL PEDEN, Vice-Pres.  C. E. McLAUGHUN, StCTtll.
Gent Furnishings      furniture      House Furnishings      Hardware
SATURDAY,    AUGUST    29th,    1914.
INCORPORATION.
I Fort George, B. C.
The Cooksoit Plumbing
asid Heating Co.
Plumbing,  St
eam and Hot  Water  Heating
ESTIMATES   FREELY   GIVEN
F. BRVNOLSON, Local Manager
FIFTH AVENUE, PRINCE GEORGE
e
%__
SMITH'S
CREAM WAFFLE   HOUSE
Hamilton Avenue
It's tht' Fresh Enstern Oysters
It's the Ham nnil Eggs
It's the Butter
It's the Meat Specials
It's the Baked Spuds
It's the Pure Maple Syrup
It's the Honey in comb
It's the Pie Crust
It's the Service
It's the Best in the City
Motto : Quality and Service
^   f
r=s.
i L
O'Flaherty & Thorne
All kinds oi
Fruit, Ice Cream
Sodas and
Confectionery.
Hamilton Avenue - South Fort George
The Committee of Fifteen having in charge matters
pertaining to Incorporation, met Monday evening at the
rooms of the Prince George Chamber of Commerce on
George Street, to continue the discussion as to what action
should be taken regarding letter received from the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway, published in the Herald last week.
The Grand Trunk having set forth what they wanted,
it was deemed next in order to ascertain from them what
they were willing to do, and a committee was appointed to
draft a letter setting forth what the Committee and the
Incorporated City wanted in return, if we were to grant
their requests.
There is always two sides to any bargain and our committee should see to it that the rights of the Citizens, not
only for the present, but for all time, are not so tied up to
this Railroad Corporation that posterity will "cuss" the
present generation. We have certain rights the Railroad
Officials are bound to respect. No bargain that is not
absolutely fair to both sides can be entertained for a
minute, and our representatives on the committee are
there to see to it that fairness and justice is done both to
the Railroad and to the City to be incorporated.
It is a large contract gentlemen, and it requires large
men with large ideas, a broad vision, and above all an
understanding of the rights of all parties concerned.
■ un   ■ mu   Ul I I
The Herald has secured the
consent of the Brown Bros, of
the Electric Light and Power
Plant, to blow their whistle every
night at Eight o'clock, for the
benefit of the public. There are
so many different times being
kept about town that we thought
it would be advantageous for
those making and keeping appointments if a common time
could be maintained by all. The
Standard Grand Trunk Pacific
Time will be secured daily and
the whistle will blow sharp at
8 p.m. to the second. This will
enable our people going by the
outgoing trains to make proper
connections.
Announcement is here given
that there will be no misunderstanding and our readers start
looking for a fire.
i\ and use
the
bia as follows
applicant is, The
su .  ior a li.
Wter will !e°,"SV0t*
Water Act" "f\$£**_
IS,
""-eV'tr1
the  applicant
Engineer, GrandTrutikpi-Wi t'A'm«,
Fort George, m Thi „"* u*iai
stream is South Fork of tTne »f the
(4) The water L to ' i?? I{i«''
tue stream of the souths! ,iN fror»
eet north east from u^7l*
the main line of the Gran,IT ,efolo«
Railway. (5) -The ,, , 'll'nk Pa*
the wafer 111, beu' ,T'' IV**
Purposes." ((;, The lnnd '"Atrial
wateristobeuUt^ia_.:vhi^the
West Quarter, Lot7183
nduatrial
"'Mas North
Province of;BVrUshCohm\t00(?fft'
quantity of water apnlierlf.,, il LThe
gallons per day.     (8) This °n ? 60'000
posted on  the'eroun    ,'u    -i;?!
of July, 1914.   (9) Acopyofth£i$
and appltcation pursuant  h,,.    2'e
the requirements of the " »'-'    ■   lo
will be filed in the ullii
Recorder at Fort Geor.'e
may    be   filed  with  the'
Recorder, or with  the ComDtrnll., .
Water Rights, Parliament S
Victoria, ff. C.' witl.ii, thirty days ng8'
The Grand Think pAci.ic
Railway Company
Applicant.
F. eJ. George, Aeent
August 8th. 1914.
8-8.1
'Water Act''
Z."  ""'.Water
Objections
iil"l Water
News from all Canadian Financial centres reports the excitement affecting all business but
is more noticeable in Eastern
than Western Canada with a
hopeful feeling as to the future.
NOTIC I
Large tracts
ing land just tl
free settlement in I
FIRE HALL NOTES
A. J. S,
(Late Roberts, Jones & Willson)
Real Estate ancl Insurance Agent
ARCEAGE 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 Fort George
rz~
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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  $2.50 and $3
Monthly and weekly rates on application
Liquors anel ci«ar3
Albert Johnson, prop.
^
TO OUR ADVERTISERS,
SUBSCRIBERS AND FRIENDS
FOE   SALE.
Crown Granted S. E. Quarter Lot 803, Group 1, Cariboo,
containing l(_i acres more or less. Was Seeley Pre-emption
10 miles by road, from Eort Georg-, adjoins Indian Reserve
ii . i a <5uarter of a mile from Fraser River. Excellent farm land. Inspection invited. Tenders will be
received by undersigned.   No tender necessarily accepted.
S. L. FORREST, Maimer Bank of Ollawa, Vancouver
S. P. NEWCOiMB, Mana6cr Bank of Ottawa, Fori Georee
July 2nd, 1914.
LU
Having recently established a
lumber mill here we are prepared to deliver rough lumber
of any dimension,
Ordway &  Wakeley
Nev. land, b. c.
D. PENNES
OP PARIS
The Jewelry Manufacturer
Maker of Artistic
old   and Platinum Mountings
Repair work of all kinds given
prompt attention.
imukkcI Block      .       Third Street
Soutii Fori George
A town without a live Newspaper soon dies, m fact is
already dead.
A Newspaper is supported by its ADVERTISING and
CIRCULATION, and JOB PRINTING.
A Newspaper is a public instrument of expression of the
needs of the people of a town.
Stop advertising in your local paper and see how quickly
the outside will forget you and leave you to die.
Some of our Subscribers seem to overlook the fact that
in the past they have made a success of their business
solely by circulation of their local paper to the far ends of
earth.
Copies of this paper is being enquired for every issue,
its mailing list reaches subscribers all over Canada, the
United States and Foreign Countries. This past week a
subscriber from Austria sent in his subscription.
It might .seem to you that your Advertising bill is a tax
at this season when business is dull, and so it is if you let
it accumulate, but pay it promptly when presented, when
the results of your advertising is hot off the bat and then
send in new lines and you wont regret it.
The staff of this paper has taken a new lease of life and
need your support. When our collector comes around
don't turn him down, for he needs the money to pay
printer's wages, to buy paper and ink, and keep the
j machinery in order.
We need you, you need us ; a strong pull, a long pull,
and a pull altogether for South Fort George and Prince
George all the time.
It is in quiet times like the present that we should redouble our advertising and support to the Newspaper.
And there is your Job Printing, done pass up home industry, we can do your work to satisfaction.
One of the strong features of a good live town is, that
it supports its own, keeps the money in circulation at home
instead of sending it out of the country to somebody that
does not fill the bill or give satisfaction, and who is too far
away to "cuss" successfully when the imperfect work
comes back to its disgusted buyer.
Don't forget to support your Herald, your own home
paper. We will do our part to advertise you. Also send
your copy of the paper away for somebody else to see
what kind of a town you have.
jLOne of the finest Cities on the Globe in Canada, is in its
beginnings right now here in Central British Columbia,
in Geater Prince George to be, and old South Fort George
will be no small part in that great town. Then why not
stick to your guns and ADVERTISE, and ADVERTISE
and then ADVERTISE SOME MORE.
You do your part and we will do ours.
The South Fort George Fire
Department had its first call for
some time past, Saturday last
at mid-night.
Some one had carelessly in the
dark thrown a lighted match
among some shavings, sawdust
and general rubbish left by a
squatter when moving his shack
off a government lot across from
Close & Brown's store on La-
Salle Avenue.
Only the prompt action of the
Fire Brigade, saved a possibly
expensive blaze.
It seemed to us that Fire Chief
Campbell and his assistants lead
by Doc Layne and Leockhart never
got to a fire and "Scotched" it
so quickly. The chemical Engines also worked to the pink ot
perfection.
It is too bad that some of our
citizens will be so careless and
negligent, or take such risks, as
they do, in leaving inflamable
material about to catch the stray
spark.
They like wise ignore or make
light of warnings or notices to
"clean up."
The Fire Wardens are loth to
go to the extreme of the law and
their authority but unless there
is more attention paid to fire
risks they will have no other
recourse in justice to themselves
-as well as to the property
owner and tenant who does observe the rules.
Night Watchman McGaughey
has been instructed to lay written complaint and full information of all delinquents before
the fire wardens.
good  farm-
irown open |0.
200,000 acres in all,"MS
climate, rich soil, a>nd doe. not
require irrigation to raise finest crops of grain, fruit, and
garden truck. |',,r |arge IM|)
full instructions and informatr
ion, and a plat of several section, of exceptionally good
claims, si'iid $3.40 to ' John
Keafe, Oregon City, Oregon,
Three years a U.S. surveyor
and tunberman. An opportun
ity to get a good fertile free
homestead near town and market. 7-18-7L
Fort Oenre. . B.C. VWeirl . n C.
F. P. Burden. M .. F. C. Own, Mir.
NelK.n, B.C.. A. H. Gr . n. M*r.
Green Bros., Burden _ Co.
Oiil Eacinetn, Dominion S B. C. I. . Siimpn
Surveyuof Land «, Mlnrn. Teewnsit ., Timber
Llmitee. Elf.
ECKSTEIN
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Haight Bldg, Prince George, E. C.
P. E. Wilson :: I.. P. Ernrrtis.
Mr. Hugh Stewart, ii, nu
ARCHITECT,
GEOROE STREET. PICE
Fire Chief Campbell of The
South Fort George Fire Department has recently purchased and
had installed another dozen of
new 3 gallon Badger Fire Extinguishers about the town, thus
adding materially to the town's
facilities to fight fire.
All citizens who have fire extinguishers are asked to see that
they are kept in position easy to
procure at an instant's notice
and free from all obstructions
and debris.
WEALTH OF BRITISH EMPIRE
It is estimated that the national income of the British Empire is $17,500,000,000a year, and
the national wealth, $125,000,-
000,000, of which $19,000,000,-
000 is invested abroad. The
total wealth of the German empire is only $75,000,000,000, of
which only $5,000,000,000 is invested abroad.
The Panama canal is lighted
its entire length by electricity,
for lighthouses, buoys, etc,
BARGAINS IN
SUPPLIES.
FROM MANUFACTOR TO CUSTOMER DIFIECT
You effect nn onomiou; raving on Wlnetare
Door . Mould!nm, Porch Ce lumn .*£■.»;"
ing Paper and Buildoi;,.."»_;; V '.J™
direct by me.il.       NOTE rHESE PKK.W
5-cross panel doors for
light slain or oil
5-croas panel doora for
dark stain or paint
Window Frames
Door Frames
Everything in slock (of immediale skipMl-
We wil lo anyone.   Ship e»ry*bere.
WRITE FOR NEW lUUSTRAlED CATALOGUE
A. B. CUSHING LUMBER COW
806 POWELL ST.     VANCOUVER,B.C.
$1.50
$1.30
$1.35
ROOMS TO
AT THE
Victoria Hotel
(l.-„,,„,rly Brand Ui "
CLUB CAFE
Third Street South Fort Georg.
OPPOSITE
Estimates given
McEachern
Builder and
Contractor
lasBes of *«*
for all i
Address
General Delivery
SOUTH FOHT
GEORGE
HUDSON LANE
HAND
Mrs. COBBS.
GUARANTEED GOOD
Telephone »*
WORK
IW-MMM-MMM & v_.&*»   Mutton
and
Veal
Rfeats
Wholesale and retail
THE B. C. MEAT MARKET
FORT GEORGE AND
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
a uu vu.   .jiy/jnyi
HARRY M. BURNETT
Architect and Civil Engiheer
Temporary Office :
p.-.f Vancouver and Eighth Streets,
PRINCE GEORGE, B. C.
Walter E. Haskins
Hani, ter. Solicitor,
Notary Public,
Blair Buildings, South Fort eorge.
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
TO   RENT
New Modern Five-Room Bungalow,
Prince George, Ottawa and Bowser
Street,
For further Particular! apply i
H. WILSON. Mgr., Corner Laselle & Seventh
f 0 B,, 61 SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Quit Baking
NOW you can buy
3 Loaves Bread for 25c
AT  TIIE
ermami Bakery
Al.ee PASTRY and CAKES at
Reasonable Prices
r;t!'*'j_:'*'_V'J_.'JZ'A_'JMt_"Aeill*
jj Do you contemplate r<
J     BUILDING?        it
* Then Invest .cate" our workmanah:
*a fret our estimate*
\      HlUURTH _ M'INNIS
!; C.r . • , Hamilton anei    y,
I inl Bui len I First .treeta     |»
KJ.3»5?_
J. F.   CAMPBELL
CIVIL ENGINEER
British  Columbia  Land  Barveyor
1 .e 1 Aeent       Timber Cruiser
I'."," ■  '   .'IDHE & MCGREGOR, Limited
M  Ireejor Bulldimc, Tlilnl Street. SOUTH
KO HT GEORGE. B. C.
THE REASON
A* tlic taxi skidded from side
to side with increasing speed the
occupant was becoming dreadfully nervous,
Opening the door he called out: "I
say, cabby, not so fast; this is
my first trip in a taxi"
'Its mine,  too,"  came   the
prompt reply.
"", Herald learns that Lloyds
aiv issuing Insurance Policies
that the war will not last longer
than December 31st. Lloyds
usually know what they are doing.
IHOKCD LIKE A TRADE MARK
Mr
:|wn had just registered
a™ was about to turn away
when the clerk asked:
"'Hr  Pardon,   but   what is
your name?"
r Namt!" echoed the indignant
guest. "Don't you see my signature there on the register?"
1 do," returned the clerk,
Z'Z. "That is what aroused
n'y curiosity."
In conversation with Mr.
McNerney, one of the men
that located the new rich
gold strike at six mile meadow, we learned that the
strike is a genuine one, the
surface indications alone assaying over $40 per ton, and
Mr. McNerney believes that
when they have persecuted
the lead somewhat they will
have much better results.
This strike is the outcome
of considerable prospecting
done by different parties
throughout these hills, and it
is believed that the lead runs
through the entire range.
If this is so, then the
numerous amount of claims
staked, will all prove to be
good and this city will soon
feel the results. At present
there is a company being
formed to carry on the development work, and should
the lead prove to be a well
defined one, there will be
extensive work carried on,
ancl machinery will be
brought in at once.
Lately reports have come
into this office of another
gold strike eight miles north
of here and some rich specimens have been shown as
sample of the quartz
Fourteen shipyards are situated on the river Tyne.
Canada has 130,920 farms of
more than 200 acres each.
France contains 700,000 unionists.
Railroad Train Service East
and West
With the Inauguration of the
new train service this week, a
new era hns again begun for the
Fort George - Prince George district.
The doing away with the stop
over at McBride and the transfer
of this privilege to Prince George
will give many travellers the
opportunity of viewing and
getting acquainted with our
towns.
Again the opening up of regular train service to the west
should bring many visitors and
traders from that section, not
heretofore having that privelege.
Altogether, notwithsta n d i n g
the times being troublous, we
are bound to note almost daily
some advance in the development
of the section. It only remains
for the settlement of the war
question, loosening of finances
and the return of confidence to
set the wheels of development
moving, and we may confidently
look forward to this consummation at no distant day.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
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fo»8onabiBr,f£Ie l0,ae" Rml wi" "^P'
Herukl.        ur'cnsh or t(;"ns - Addrefls
8-1-5t
WANTIe'ii   n '	
Api.iv \\L I "|llla f0r 1'iano. Lessons.
ywlas*erg.son(Phone 101.
 —_____ 8-29-4 t-p.
TOO TEMPTING.
WANTEIl   a TT"
to diiv,     ,    slBtunt Butcher, one able
arive"nd kill himself preferred.
THE  CHURCHES
Church of England
Rev. M. Sadler, pastor,
next Sunday tho following services will bo held : Malms 11
a. m.,    Evensong 7.30.
Holy Communion 8 a. m.
Mattens 11 a. m.
Evensong 7.130 p. m.
Presbyterian  Church
Rev. A. O. Justice, pastor.
Services: 11 a. m. and 7.30
p, m. Gospel service,
Sabbath School meets at
a. m. for summer months.
11a. m.-The Minister.
7 30 p. in.- The Minister.
Sunday School 10 a. m. ,
A. C. Jusuc, Minister.
An old negro went into a drug
store in Richmond and said:
"Boss, will you please, suh, call
de colonel on de telephone?"
This was done, and the old darky
said: "Colonel, dat ar mule done
stall right in de main street right
out here in front of de store
Yaas, I don tied strings round his
ears, but he didn't budge.
What's dat?ft What's dat? Yaas,
suh, I build a fire him, but it
didn't do nuthin' but scorch de
harness. Yaas, suh; yaas, suh;
I took de things out, but he
would n't budge. Yaas, suh;
yaas, suh, What's dat? No,
suh; no, suh; colonel, I didn't
twist his tail. Yaas, suh; yaas,
suh, another gemman twis' his
tail; he look lak a Northern gem-
man. What', dat, colonel?
Yaas, suh; dey tuk him,to de
hospital."
The Panama canal is at last
an assured fact. It is reported
that in the first five days of operation vessels passing through
produced a revenue of $100,000.
CANADA AND AMERICAN
During the past twelve months
Canada has imported more than
7,000 motors car from the United
States, the total value of which
was s 1 i g h 11 y over $9,000,000.
Five years previous Canada
bought only 385 cars from Unit
ed States makers, and their
value came to $700,000. In 1913,
which was far from one of the
brightest commercial years, the
records show an importation of
934 cars over the number for
1912. The absence of the English-made car on the Canadian
market continues to excite the
wonder of fc reign visitors.
Under the preferential tariff cars
from the old country enjoy a re
duction of duty from 22 1-2 to 36
per cent, ad valorem, The im
portations, however, are almost
negligible—somewhat like 2 per
cent.—in comparison with the
annual sales of domestic and
United States,
OPERATIONS
It is encouraging to learn that
the Pacific Great Eastern Railway
Company is in a position to continue their great work of connecting up Vancouver with South
Fort George and Prince George.
A Herald representative learned
from Mr. J. W. Stewart, President, that they had been fortunate in contracting far ahead for
large and necessary supplies, to
go on with the construction and
there was no reason for stoppage
of their plans.
We have heard many rumors
and guesses that work on the
grade would cease for a time,
but there never was any foundation for such reports.
No doubt, these rumors largely
arose because of the completion
of the grade south of the Grand
Trunk Bridge, for a distance of
two or three miles taking from
the range of sound the steam
shovels and dumping trains that
have been constantly jarring on
waking, and sleeping hours especially, these weeks and months
back,
uiscoitiDe foriage
 TO	
Summit Lake
It is the intention of this firm to start a freight service from Giscombe 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
-
The Mecca Cafe
IN SUCCESSION TO THE GRILL
The above cafe haa been taken over by
experienced restauranteui..  We solicit
the patronage of those who enjeiy good
tood well cooked.
TRY US OUT ;   WE NEVER CLOSE
FORTUNE BUILDING CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Estimates and  Plans given for all
kinds of work.
Morley Street   -  Close to Depot
PRINCE GEORGE.
SUPPLY OF PLATINUM
ANOTHER EXCUSE EXPLODED
Armaments are not a guarantee of peace. They are being
used for the purpose for which
they were made.
TREATIES
A treaty is a form of disagreement between two countries reduced to language which enables
each of them to crawl out of it.
It belongs in the same family as
the insurance policy, whereas, a
treaty reads as though it were
perfectly plain, until something
happens that makes one of the
parties to it wish to get out of
it.
Treaties are used for various
purposes to promote typewriting
agencies, lawyers, diplomats and
to furnish material for editorial
writers to convey the impression
that they know something of
what they are writing about.
The principal use of treaties,
however, is to bring on wars.
LO
The Prince George Builders
Co. Limited have just completed
a five room bungalow on Ottawa
street near Bowser. We understand that a well is being sunk
on the adjoining lot and that the
Builders have decided to rent
both these houses. The manner
in which the interior of the these
houses have been finished shows
that we are now passing into a
more modern era in this city.
We recommend our readers to inspect this house if they are
thinking of having a new home
built in the near future.
Modern street paving is practically unknown in the cities of
Japan.
Canada in 1913 imported 254,-
094 and produced 8,685, 926 barrels of cement.
Russia produces almost all
the world's supply of platinum,
about 13,250 pounds annually.
In 1892 it cost .89 a pound, and
and it is now worth $488 a pound.
Extensive deposits found in Germany will, it is hoped, considerably increase the world's supply.
Japanese shoe  workers  earn
from 40 to 50 cents a day.
Word was received this week
of the safe arrival of the Steamer
B. X. at Quesnel after her misfortune of hitting a rock just
north of that point. The Foley,
Welch & Stewart Steamer " Conveyor " pulled the B.X. into
deep water when it was found
her injuries were not as bad as
supposed. The B. X. will take
her regular run arriving at South
Fort George, Monday, Aug. 31st.
THE LEGEND OF THE
FIRST CUP OF TEA
The Chinese claim to'be the
first users of tea as a drink, and
how it originated is told in a
pretty, little legend that dates
from 2,000 years before the
coming of Christ.
A daughter of a then reigning
sovereign fell in Jove with a
young nobleman whose humble
birth excluded him from marrying her. They managed to
exchange glances, and he occasionally gathered a few blossoms
and had them conveyed to her.
One day in the palace garden
the lovers met, and the young
man endeavored to give her a
few flowers; but so keen was the
watchfulness of her attendants
that all she could grasp was a
little twig with green leaves.
On reaching her room she put
the twig in water, and towards
evening she drank the water in
which the twig had been kept.
So agreeable was the taste that
she even ate the leaves and
stalks. Every day afterwards
she had bunches of the tea-tree
brought to her, which she treated in the same way.
Imitation being the sincerest
form of flattery, the ladies of
the court tried the experiment,
and with such pleasing results
that the custom spread throughout the kingdom-and the great
Chinese tea industry became one
of the greatest businesses in the
world.
A KIND HEART
Tramp—Please, mum. I ain't
had a full stummick for thn 3
weeks.
Housekeeper (benevolently)-
Too bad! Well, you go somewhere and beg a meal of dried
apples and I will furnish the
water.
SPECIAL
For a short time only we offer the following :
South half Lot 3177, containing 160 acres. This choice
farm adjoins the fine estate of the Duke of Sutherland,
at White's Landing, and contains thirty acres of land
actually ready for the plough. Balance of farm light
clearing, within half-mile of Pacific Great Eastern Railway, Good wagon road to railroad and Fraser River.
Without question the choicest farm in the entire district
for quick development. Quarter cash and balance spread
over five years.
Also a few extra good ten - acre blocks close to town
on good wagon road.   Very liberal terms.
NORTH   COAST   LAND   CO.,   LTD.
Phone IS PRINCE  GEORGE,   B. C.
R. L. WALKER. General Agent.
Warm Up For the
Winter at Our
Expense*
CASH PRICES ON FUEL
Delivered In South
YARD PRICE     and Prince, South
of Patricia Avenue
4 foot Slab Wood Dry, 1 cord orders      $1.26 $3.00
2, 3 & 4   " 1.00 2.75
" " 5 cords or more    1.00 2.50
For deliveries North of Pute ieeia Avenue add _.ic per cord
Place orders early for Comfort Coal, the best domestic coal produced in tbe West
Warehouse Prices on Fuel Savers
10.000 feci     6000 to 10,000     3000 to 5000    .1000 to 3000
orders
Beaver Board, the only
Genuine Beaver Board
per 1000 feet     -    -    - $31.00
Beaver Tile, waterproofed for
Bathrooms, Toilels, Kitchens,
etc., per 1000 feet      -    -    -
feet orders     feet orders     feetorders
$.2.00
40. Oil
$33.00        $34.00
41.00
42.00
Roofing, per square   -    -   1-ply $2.00    2-ply $2.50    3-ply $4.00
Building Paper, 400 feet Rolls    -    -    75c
Also Duro P. & B. Impervious Spruce Sheathing at low prices
Kiln Dried Finish from the coast      ::      Bone Dry Local Lumber
FORT GEORGE TRADING
PruM Gtorie Yard *NO South Furl Ge«.e
lit Avnw inl
Qui .Strut
Phone 1
.«*
*+>
MlMStnel.
Phonk 11
C. McElroy, Manager
EMPRESS HOTEL
Corner Fourth and Hamilton       -       South 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.       :      :
v6. WARCUP
Proprietor
P. BURNS & CO. Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all Kinds of
Fresh  and  Cwed Meats
Buter, Cheese, Eggs;
Highest Prices  paid for Hides and Live Stock
GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL
PARTS OP CITY.
Phone 35
Fort George and South Fort George.
M issMe*'*:
-■'"'■.*'':*A.'_X-
111! Reasonable Trices. New Stocks,
Finest Appointed Stores in British
Columbia, don't you know we carry almost
everything you need or want in our two
Stores on
Laselle Ave.      George Street
Soutli Foil George. Prince George
Fort George Drug Co., Limited.
ijBMEi-iiSXiSSOE
•    K.   P.   R*
Change in Passenger
Train Service
THROUGH passenger train service between
Prince George and Edmonton giving direct
service to Edmonton, Saskatoon, and Winnipeg,
will be inaugurated August 25th, 1914. East-
bound trains leaving Prince George, Sundays,
Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 8.45 a.m., arriving
Edmonton 8 a.m. the following day. Westbound trains leave Edmonton, Sundays, Tuesdays
and Fridays, at 9.15 p.m., arriving at Prince
George 7.30 p.m. the following day.
T. BICKFORD,
Aifent Prince George
_. E. DUPEROW,
A. G. P. A, Winnipeg
As winter approaches the
question of proper and suitable
clothing arrises often in our
minds and we cannot help as-!
sociating furs with everything
that is warm and desirable.
The fur question is an all im- j
portant one, for one should
use   every   discretion  in  their j
choice and where the purchaser
understands  little   or   nothing
about the value it will be found j
profitable to consult the opinion J
of an expert furrier,  one whoj
understands thoroughly the tech- j
nical part in the manufacturing
high grade furs—one who does
his own work and looks  after
every little detail in his business.
To  be  able  to  do this a man
must have spent a number of
years   working   with   practical
^ furriers,  as the fur business is
the hardest in the world to learn
and takes almost a lifetime to
acquire it.
Mr. Burnstin has a diploma
from the largest designing
school in the world and very few
furriers in Canada have this. He
has devoted his life to manufacturing fine furs, in both wholesale and retail, with many of the
best furriers in the world—such
as London, Paris, Berlin, New
York, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Detroit, Mich., Boston,
Mass., and Washington, D. C,
—and in most of these places as
first-class  cutter and designer.
As practically all the raw furs
coming down from tlie Yukon,
Alaska, in fact, most of the furs
on the Pacific Coast go to Vancouver before being shipped to
the East, the buyers there have
the advantage of buying direct
from the trappers and having
the choice of the best raw furs.
This enables them to supply
their customers with the best
grade of furs at prices much below that of the Eastern firms,
who buy from the third and
fourth choice of the remaining
unsold furs. One will therefore
readily see the advantage purchasing furs in their own home
province—British Columbia.
Fort George Undertaking Co.
J. W. SANDIFORD
11. WAI'SHOl
J. P. MILNE
Stock oi Caskets and Shipping Cases always on
hand.   Out-of-town calls promptly attended to.
Phone Sandifoed 23.
IE  WAPSHOW,   Licensed   Embalmer,   Manager.
See Advertisement on this page
Burnstin Fur Co., Vancouver
Local News.
Mr. & Mrs. J. Gavigan returned this
week from a vacation and business trip
to Edmonton. Mr. Gavigan who is
the proprietor of the Confectionery and
Fruit Store in the Fort George Theatre
Building, reports trade in some lines in
Edmonton as very brisk.
.   *   «   *   »
Mrs. I . C. S. Randall gave a tea on
Wednesday afternoon at her home on
Ontario Street, in honor of Mrs. F. L.
Murdoff of Vancouver. The house was
beautifully decorated with sweet peas,
a gift from Mrs. McLaughlan's garden
Mrs. Lazier and Mrs. McSorley presided in the dining room assisted by Miss
Ross, Miss Laurence and the Misses
Richardson. The guests were Mrs.
Keeley, Seaman, McElroy, McLaughlan
Lazier, Blair, Cowie, Perkins, McSorley,
and Miss Crawford, of South Fort
George ; Mrs. Fetters, Law, Reugenitz
of the Cache. Mrs. Burden, Miller,
Playfair, Wright, and Cutler of Central
Fort George. Mrs. Daniells and Mrs.
Willson of Prince George. Mrs. Guie
of Maine, Miss Fetter of Chicago, Miss
Paterson of Winnipeg, Misses Richardson of Toronto, Mrs. Murdoff of Vancouver, and Mrs. Laurence of Fort
Fraser.
# #   #   *   *
Raymond Leighton formerly
manager of the South Fort
George office of The Inland Express Company left Kamloops
this week with the B. C. Horse
for the scene of con Act.
»  *  »  »  #
Mrs. Murdoff of Vancouver is
spending a fortnight with her
husband F. L. Murdoff of the
firm of Murdoff & Gething.
* »  *   »  »
Mrs. Frank Wilkes and
daughter left on the B. C. Express for the States where they
will spend the month. Mr.
Wilkes will join them later.
*****
Public school opened for the
fall term on Monday with a larger
attendance. Mrs. Dunn and
Mr. Stuart will have charge of
the different grades.
»  •  »  »  •
E. P, Campbell our hustling
grocer of Third street. South;
and George street, Prince, is
seen out again after his serious
illness.
toncert a Success
A very pleasing concert was
given Thursday night at the
Fort George Theatre by local
talent of which we hope we shall
hear many more during the coming fall and winter season.
The district contains a varied
list of accomplishments in the
music world too seldom brought
out, and we hope Mr. Condy
will not be discouraged at the
first attempt. A wider advertising and longer time elapsing
before the event will give people
knowledge of when and where
?ance. The Port Georg d^.
is second to none in clh nct
appreciation of good mS anJ
riy wil1 be *sappSCdand
they read these lines J.?"
didn't have notice of ttojjjj
and consequently ln.ev,lUe
attending °™
Those who took part were Mrs
.Burden. Mrs. McElroy, Mrs m'
lLaughlin M,, 11(„,holn S^
Deare; Mes8rs. 1> ., Reull.'o
G. Hall, A. Stewart,L ,]Sh„
W a ^aacs, Re, stfc
j sisted by Mr. Kerr's Orchest "
I all under the direetion of li.
! Condy. Following is a cop*;
. the Programme :
Contractors & Builders
RPA-V
V
D   &
NO BUILDING IS TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL TO
REI IEVE OUR i AREFUL ATTENTION
SOUTH MM GEORGE
J» >b Work Neatly nnd Promptly Executed
Phone  26
PRINCE GEORGE
ET OFFICE anu SHOP:
THIRD AVENUE EAST
If you are going to PEACE KIVER
CONSIGN YOUR FREIGHT TO US
Al Mile 194 G.T.P. care George McDowell
We- .ill Btoro 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
I
II. W, OROSI
A. C. BUCHEL
SOUTH FORT OEORGE, B.C.
General Hardware and Sheet Metal Workers.
All kinds of tin and sheet Iron work done.
Camp Stoves, Hot-air Furnaces, Etc.
Sole Agents Nagel-Chase Celebrated Gasoline Lighting Systei
Miss Paterson of Winnipeg is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Seaman in 4th St.
* #   #   #   #
Mrs.  George McLaughlan treated a
party of friends to a coaching party on
j Wednesday, in the famous  " Dufferin
Coach " driven by " Al Young and his
four "
*****
Mrs. Playfair, wife of the former
editor of the Fort George Tribune, has
returned to her home after an extended
visit with relatives in the Eastern
States. We regret to learn that Mr.
& Mrs. Playfair are soon to leave Fort
George for the coast. The community
will sustain a loss in their departure
for they were both much interested in
the progress and development of the
country. It was due to Mrs Playfair's
untiring zeal that the Cariboo Club was
organized, a club composed of ladies of
the district who a:e doing good work.
*****
Mr. and Mrss. Thos. W. Heme entertained at cards at the Government
House, on Saturday evening, in honor
of the Misses Richardson daughters of
Dr. Richardson of the Cache. Prizes
were won by Mr. & Mrs. Wilson and
Dr. Richardson.
*****
Mr. & Mrs. McElroy and Mr. & Mrs.
J. E. T. Armstrong, with Master Jack
and Miss Nor,. Armstrong enjoyed a
pleasant trip to Quesnel and back on
the Steamer Conveyor of the Foley,'
Welch & Stewart Steamboat Line.
While at Quesnel they were entertained
by Mr. & Mrs. Graham, Manager of
the Hudson Bay Co. A trip on the
Fraser at this season of the year to
Quesnel and Soda Creek makes a very
pleasant outing.
* *      *      *      4
The United States has 240,238
miles of railway tracks.
It is reported from Victoria
that senator MacDonald has an
nounced his resignation from the
Dominion Senate. It is under
stood Hon. D. M. Eberts, K. C,
speaker provincial legislature
will succeed senator MacDonald.
Rev. M. T. McCree of Prince
George will preach in Knox
church Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Proctor accom
panied by Mrs. Proctor's sister
Mrs. Henderson have left their
pre-emption and will go to Vic
toria where they expect to re
side.
Mr. and Mrs. Dunn have returned from their vacation spent
in and around Edmonton,
*  *  *  *  *
Miss 0. Murray, daughter
of Mr. & Mrs. Murray, and
Mr. Wemple of the Cache,
ware united in marriage by
the Rev. Mr. Justice, in Knox
Memorial Church at 8 o'clock
on Monday evening of this
week. The bride was attended by Miss Walsh and Mr.
Callagher of the Cache was
best man. The Church was
well-filled with friends of the
bride and groom from the
town and Cache. The bride's
gown was a travelling dress
pf navy blue broadcloth with
hat to match. The happy
couple left for Alberta for
a short visit with the bride's
parents after which they will
be at home at the Cache
where the groom is one of
the engineers.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
PART ONE
Picture Reel
Male Voices "Rule Hiutannia" Chorus Audience
Orchestra Selection "The Dazzleu" Kerr's Orchestra
Duet   "Any Old Place In The World With You"
Mtb. McElroy and M. G. Isaacs
Song
Song
Violin Solo
Song
Recitation
Song
"A Perfect Day"
'Rose In The Bud"
"Il Trovatore"
"Jest 'er Way"
Selected
"For You Alone"
SHORT INTERVAL
P. K, Beall
Mrs. Burden
R. T. Kerr
Rev, Sadler
Mrs. Don holm
0. G. Hall
. Dearie
, Strang
Boehner
PART TWO
1. Picture Reel
2. Song "Peg O'my Heart" a. Stewart
3. Song    "If I Had a Thousand Lives tu Live"
Mrs. Geo. McLaughlin.
4. Song "Angels Guard Thee" Mn
5. Clarionet Solo Selected L. J
6. A Few Remarks by J
7. Song "The Uz-G uz-Goozlum"
M. G. Isaacs and Chorus
8. Song "The Romany Lass" 0. G. Hall
9. Orchestral Selection   "Couronne D'oit"
Kerr's Orchestra
Accompanist I!. I,. Condy
Obligatos Ii. T. Kerr
KERR'S ORCHESTRA
R. T. Kerr. Violin       L. J. Strang, Clarionet     R. L. Condf, Piano
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