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 FORT GEO
ALD
Vol.
I.   No. 31.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C., MARCH 11, 1911.
> per Annum.
& T. P. WILL BE COMPLETED TO T
.-The main line of the Grand Trunk
rueilie railway will be completed to
T»te J mine Cache at the head of tia-
vLtion on thc Fraser river, 50 miles
Zt of the Yellowhead Pass, at the
summit of the Rockies early in No-
:.',,,.«■ next. The rails are already
l«i_ tc a point forty miles east   of
he summit and near the crossing of
Z Athabasca river, 210 miles west
_f Edmonton,"'said J. W. Stewart,
managing director of  Messrs.  Foley,
Vc]t), & Stewart, railway contrac-
.,„■.• in an interview at Vancouver
.'„ 'the 20th ultimo, on his return
|rom tbe Yellowhead country, which
hf visited on his way home from a
Europe. He spent the holi-
h his family in the Scottish
trip i"
day.: wi
Highlands.
"All the work from railhead wost
t„ Tete .Iiuine Cache has been open-
p,l mi," continued Mr. Stewart. "The
irrailii.6 ri .lit up to the summit at
yellowhead is virtually finished.
There may be delay in bridging the
Athabasca river, but with ordinary
.in,(l luck the rails should be laid to
the summit by the first of next June.
"On this section we have about 500
ien nt work," continued Mr. Stew
art, "our headquarters being located
at Fitzhugh, a future divisional
25 miles east of Yellowhead Pass.
Our energies are being concentrated
on tbe western or British Columbia
side of the slope, where we have ovei
2000 laborers distributed through the
50-mile stretch to Tete Jaune Cache.
"Tbe beginning of next November
should see all the work completed
with a train service through from
the head of navigation on the Fraser
to Edmonton and Winnipeg.
"The present winter has not interfered with the progress of grading
operations to any serious extent.
There are less than two feet of snow
at the summit, but on the British
Columbia side of the divide it is
much  deeper,"  be  concluded.
CACHE IN NOVEMBER
(Prince Rupert Optimist.)
From his office down there by the
waterfront where the engine bells are
beginning now to clang over the level crossing with the inspiring prophecy of coming traffic, General Superintendent Mehan, of the G. T. P.
at Prince Rupert, has been taking a
long look. What he saw is interesting.   To  begin  with  he noticed   thc
rapid progress Prince Rupert in making in her upbuilding. New and substantial dwellings and business premises everywhere have .met his eye.
He has looked further. Prince Rupert's expansion with tho coming
spring he could not well miss. Not
focussing his gaze merely locally,
however, Mr. Mehan has glanced
across the continent. To follow that
glance means something to the citizen of Prince Rupert.
Right up almost to Kitselas the
thread of steel now extends. Beyond
is Hazelton rich with promise and
part performance of big mining prosperity. And there ire fat farm lands
between, fertile v_:leyn well sunned,
well watered. With the coming of
spring to Mr. Meh n's farseeing eye
has come the picture of busy trains,
one, two, it. might be even three or
four a day running this very spring
crowded with passengers and laden
with goods and material for the extension of the line and the development of the intern-.".
"There can be no doubt," says the
superintendent, "that this -pring is
to see a tremendous rush for the development of the mining and agricul
tural interests of the interior country about Hazelton. Trains we shall
certainly run, as many as may be
needed to expedite the advance of
settlers into these districts. I expect
a great deal from the mining development of the Hazelton neighborhood, and the farming development
of the Lakelse and other agricultural valleys which the line now completed has already touched.
"lt has been our experience in the
progress of the Grand Trunk line
from the eastwards," continued Mr.
Mohan, "to find that as fast as the
steel is laid wo have to get trains
running over the line to accommodate the i.ipouring tide of settlers
with their goods and gear for home-
building, their machinery and agricultural imp'ements. This experience
I have no doubt will be repeated at
this end of the rails, and it keeps on
steadily witb the advance of the
steel westwards.
"By the time the steel is linked up
there will be many and many a fully
developed and productive farm earning well with its wheat and produce
output along the line of the Grand
Trunk Pacific.   Development does not
wait for the line to link up. It follows hard on the heels of the steel.
Thc settler does not wait for a hundred miles of rails to be laid before
he goes out to locate his farm. He
does not wait for fifty, thirty, or
even only twenty miles of steel to go
down. He is there with his goods
wanting transportation facilities
with every five or ten mileB of completed railroad. The driving of the
last spike on thc G. T. P. will find a
belt of well advanced development In
all branches of productive labor
across the Dominion."
"And when, Mr. Mehan, do you expect the last spike to be driven?"
asked the newspaper man.
"For that," replied thc superintendent, "I am inclined to go by what
Mr. Chamberlin has said after having been over the route several times
aud seeing the actual progress of the
work in all its stages. He has said
with confidence that the end of the
year 1913 will see the line linked up,
and I, knowing him, am as certain
as he is that the spring of 1914 will
see a well established train service
along the completed Grand Trunk
Transcontinental."
., million dollar hydraulic Assets of Fort George Lumber & Navi-
COMPANY IN CARIBOO -_.__._i_t    __.  _ri_^   v_t        __.■-__ l.      fir"    .__•        -~
gation Co. Bought by Winnipeg
The big plant of the Quesnel Hydraulic Cold Mining company on
Twenty Mile creek, a tributary of the
Quesnel river, will be completed and
Eo int" commission next August. It
cost   upwards   of   $1,000,000
Capitalists
Word has been received from Van-  Co., was one of the largest concerns
couver   that   Dr.    J. K. McLennan,  (loinS business in tnis section of Ca-
,. - secretary-treasurer of the J. D.   Mc- fibo°.   A|,art fr.om ^ lar?° m'":
 .,     ,  . .     Con- '                                       i             s business and logging outhts the
structii'ii work on the ditches, sy- Arthur Co., of Winnipeg, railroad company possesses three river boats,
plions and Humes across the valleys builders, was the successful tenderer with a unified freight-carrying capa-
has been in progress for several in the liquidation proceedings of the city of 250,000 pounds.
rears. The plant, as a self-contain- Fort George Lumber & Navigation Thc largest of uic boats, the Chil-
eJ proposition, will be tbe largest in company. Three tenders were sub- cotin, which was &;:t of commission
existence, exceeding in size and capa- mitted, tbe B. 0. Express company during a portion of last season, owelty that of tho famous big ditch of being among the number, with a fig- ing to defects in her steam-stearing
the Guggenheim* in the Klondike. lire reported   to    have  been in    the  gear, is now on the.ways at the foot
H. W, Du Bois, general manager neighborhood of 75c on the dollar, of Hamilton street,
and engineer ol the company, which Thc tender of the successful bidder Tho second boat, the Chilco, is
is a close corporation composed of was 85c. frozen in on the Fraser river, five
New York, boston and Philadelphia Dr. McLennan, it will be rcmem- miles above the mouth of the Black-
capitalist s, is in Vancouver on his bered here, in company with J. A. water river, and it is a toss up
way nortii to resume construction Adamson, also of Winnipeg, spent a whether she can be saved,
work.                               - month in the district last November     Rud Clarke, foreman in the mill last
The company owns 26 claims. The visiting from Stuart   lake to   Fort season, is on his way up from Ques-
water supply is the equivalent of .,- George.   Both gentlemen were favor- ncl with a   crew   of men and appli-
000 minersj inches and will be   con- ably impressed with what they saw,  ances to undertake the work of savveyed from   Km ft   rive-, a distance and amon;; their ;-.?c-tments was in- ing the craft.
01 25 miles.    Droughts will not    be eluded property close to the mill site     The third boat is the Fort Fraser,
able to interfere witb mining opera- on Second street and also on Hamil-  berthed at Quesnel.
tions, as a How threefold tbBt of ton avenue. They also became inter- Tbe sawmill has not been in opera-
mining requirements is asbiired. Four ested in thc milling and steamboat tion since the first of the year, but
or five gigantic monitors will be util- company now in liquidation, aud logging operations have, been conti-
iied in washing tbe gravel and will were about to reorganize the concern nuously conducted since last fall.
have the enormous treatment capa- under the name of the Fort George The new manager for thc company
city ol 15,000 cubic yards daily. Timber & Transportation Co., when left Ashcroft last Monday and should
Before beginning work on the plant the crash came. be in South Fort George next Mon-
the management devoted three years Though capitalized at $50,000, the day to give life to the reorganized
to testim: the ground with keystone Fort George   Lumber  &  Navigation  company.
drills and by other methods. The " _ ' ... \ - ,, , _—,
gravel is said to be phenomenally ,_m, ._,„ ...,, . .„,„„
rich. The claims embrace an ancient NEW RULES FOR AUTOS. INDIANS AND LIQUOR.
river tied which has already been ,,_.,„- th. nnl.tiona of the Automo- A serious shooting affair took place
traced for over three miles. Bedrock ,?"?" the P°rtl0¥ of »• A?*om° near cllnt0IJi aDout 34 miles from
is at an average depth of six hun- blIe 1>,H. now under mc in tl)e local Lytton, a few weeks ago, which re-
fired teet bel -w the surface, ensuring assembly, dealing with motor equip- _ulted jn an Indian woman having to
hy_raiilic_ui_ material for scores of ment, it is   decreed that no motor lose one of her limbs in the Lytton
LYTTON INDIANS FOR THE
ANTIPODES
There is a mild excitement among
the Lytton Indians concerning the
projected trip of some of their numbers to Australia for exhibition purposes. The picturesquely clad throng
of broncho-busters, klootchmen basket-makers, papooses in native carrying baskets, that will embark from
Vancouver on thc 24th inst., in the
SS. Zealandia, touching at Honolulu
Fiji Islands and New Zealand, will
number amongst them parties from
Lytton district, along witb a genuine Indian princess from Lillooet,
decked out in feathers, beads and
skins, who are taking with them old-
time war implements, primitive
cooking utensils, and numerous relics from the days of savagery,
though blending modernism in the
shape of a brass band.
The company formed in Australia
with a capital of $25,000 for the
purpose of having a Canadian Indian
exhibit, has the approval of thc Dominion government. Most of tho
easily accessible tribes of the interior have, however, long ago dropped the customs of their ancestors
and forgot them.
years.
may
carry    what   is known to the  hospital
trail,, ns a   .earchliirht   nor any in-     The   woman    was   quietly wending
TO SURVEY   U.TERNATE ROUTE  Sttcnt or flash Ugh^" As antici-  her way homewards when a drunken
TO VANdODtm nV,i   „„, caM. reared to carry  Mi«   knotm   as   Charley^George
* 0. , P. KortGeorge-Vancou- "«£' .SSK?Vgbt E «d a^kedTr ^ hUTK
«r surveys by way of Harrison lake J^,,™4 ™l\\T2Thv L.l   or and on her   declining, he threatened
<■" Vancouver, having been completed the parties have been disbanded.
Rieir    various  members,   however,
nave been notified to hold themselves
ing all crossings, and rt_is jpociflcal- ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ maQ mt
he did eventually discharge the rifle
UNCLE SAM GOTNG INTO THE
TIMBER BUSINESS.
To save the immense forests of
Alaska for the use of the people, the
United States government will go into the timber business, according to
a statement by W. A. Langille, supervisor of the Alaska national forests.
Langille predicted that the development of the northern territory's
timber resources, under government
supervision, would mean possibly
more to Alaska in a few years than
mining.
"Alaska contains approximately
65,000,000,000 of timber," said Langille, "and it belongs to the government. None of it is privately owned.
Most of thc forests are in the southeastern part of tho territory. It is
now the government's policy to go
into the timber business, ..applying
timber at reasonable rates for the
development of the country. Much
timber is being sold this I'ea", ur,t-
cipally to be used in cbnaecttin vith
the salmon  packing plants."
survey
,,,„ „,v  „„„ 1, mot w.th.on the  J» «J fiends, ^borrowe^a
„   on Meadow, via Green lake   to        ,       : ,     ,  „ , ,, ,, ..iir„.,i ,,.. ,.,.
Newport, al tho head of Howe h»>.„.i  road, and to stop upon signal or r*
a'iil thence down the coast to
Vancouver. \„ „„rveys between Har-
"«»n lake and Vancouver have yet
wen made.
The maximum gradient secured for
c entire  distance  between    Harrison Ink
lie ov
Sound  roafl; ftno\,lSZt   r the sandard  ^r some miles, then foil senseless to
North  (l",C8t'    M 'PPlementtag   t e standard wm foun(j fay (^
. u„.._  rules of the road, the following spe- a .. .     h
who did what they could for her un
cial rules are provided in connection  ^ ^ tUfi n ho_pita]
u>   00     _     _,    _.  ... „„...*..   _M,.,,.
e^and Port George was a tri-
our-tentbs of one per cent.
with   what   thc   motorist   is
upon  meeting or overtaking   horses
or horse-drawn vehicles:
He shall   not   approach such horse
or drawn vehicle within 100 yards at
Dr. Snnsen, of Ashcroft, amputated
one of the legs.
Uh'V|.nV,"-i,'",.'1,-b8 .'' 0I.e ,,cr ccnt   Greater  than ten-mile speed/or pass     A  project is on foot in which the
''<'11    o l°" h' Aa S,0rl I0?0"  I   Sat er th"-mile speed; Dominion government and the C. P.
l,,i   l.llioool.  nnn   Andprunn   Inlr,.-      "u   F.'.-"1..  ....    ...    ,,      ...01    --  .........., „   */-,   hi.IlH    n      trroat
NATIONAL HIGHWAY.
A  project is on foot in which the
betw
averag,
oet and Anderson lakes
''-' about one per cent.   Some
"tlic rock work on the Fraser above
" '' wil1 he heavy, almost rtval-
11   .'..in-  in  thc same direction he R. will co-operate to build a   great
must siirnnl  his   desire to pass and automobile    highway    from    Winder-
Xd   the   rider   or   driver of   the mere, in tho valley of the Columbia,
horse or horses an opportunity     to across   tho   divide    to    the western
"VVZirT^ZfrZ "urTout SXtVSSf^i' wm,   *^*&™*^»*
ca»yon below Lytton. "'"'""'
roii-'Y'1"'"10'1 that «« alternative
o„l, ",m    Pcmherton    Meadows, or
.Queried    by the
HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.
Sintaluta, Sask., Feb. 30.-B. A.
Partridge and R. Railton, who are
organized a farmers' joint stock
stock company to builfl a Hudson
Bay railway, are on their way to
Montreal, where they intend to prepare for a trip to Hudson Bay. They
are determined to find out for themselves whether the proposed route is
feasible from the navigation standpoint, and they will therefore make
tbe trip as soon as possible. They
are enthusiastic believers in the
Hudson Bay route, and their journey
to the far north is being taken entirely at their own expense.
Howe
:  "01 cuec. a snortening :y°   ".
?^TX XTteVSZiA? £irremain sui.ioninv so. u,o,
. This statement has been mado     by
f si'gnaled by any driver to stop,   Howard Douglas,  Dominion commiB-
r if anv horse which the motor   is  aioner of parks, and who added that
aonroachtae    or    passing    appears he had  no   doubt   that  the govern-
apiMomhini,     or     1 .. ^^   ^m    extMd   the     higbway
■ s!,„,„,i      ...    »       ou.-oj,    11-  »„i„i,t„nn,i nr   nnriilv.   lie snail su>)>  men.    wuuiu    c«.»»    -—     •--■> *
1 Bound, will effect a shortening   n<>'lltcn«« °!, "' {u\     englne    and t|u.0ugU the park to Band.   If   car-
u"' distance bv over fin mil™   « his car,  including   l«   "ZuZ,   as ried out as projected the road would
driver    iu   be 555 miles long   and would be   a
'o tourists to   ex-
the mountains. It
I,,        -*""'«   would   have   to   be  "i1.6. or (".1 'Z.o..^7tsidc city lirn-  would also be an added attraction to
.l8^'1 along   the   rocky bluffs     of  .""I?.™ ° ,'" "tf"*t h     funeral pro-  those who seek, to make the .nost of
lone   ,.           ' B "ne "own the Lil- """'" , ",,!--.■  1,,,  the   driver    in be 555 miles long   a
the ,;'"'• HnrriBOn lake anrt down may' .-'   n   1   directed by    such great inducement to
Praser    ,-vor Vfll|      to v passing, « until   UMgaa  iy R       thejr          jn th
Ir.:. .A   grade   would   hn.n  tn   k. rider or drivci  to proceeo.                                                .,
SLIDES IN PANAMA CANAL.
Colon, Panama, March 1.—Plans
for the Panama canal may have to
be altered to a great extent as the
result of a big slide of earth and
rock which today is being attacked
at Culebra. Without warning, 500,-
000 cubic yards of rock and earth
slipped into tiie cut. After it is removed, it is believed that it will be
necessary to enlarge the prism of
the canal and to remove Gold Hill
bodily to prevent the recurrence of
the slides.
CANADA'S   NATIONAL   PARKS
NUMBER EIGHT
The Dominion government has set
aside eight national parks or playgrounds in the west. The oldest is
the famous one at Banff, where the
C. P. R. has maintained a hotel for
nearly 20 years. The others are the
Yoho and Glacier, in British Columbia, Jasper and Buffalo parks on the
line of the Grand Trunk Pacific, Elk
Island park on the main line of the
Canadian Northern east of Edmonton, Kootcnay Lakes Dark in Southern Alberta, and one, 30,000 square
miles in extent, in the Moose Mountain district of Saskatchewan.
Banff and Jasper parks are the largest. The newest one is the reservation, forty miles south of Pincher
Creek, in Southern Alberta. It
abounds in lakes and is 18 milea
long and 36 miles wide. This park
is continuous to the Glacier National
park, just across the international
boundary in Montana, lt is in the
heart of a great game country. A
large portion of it will be fenced in
and stocked with buffalo and other
large animals including elk and caribou. The animals, it is needless to
say, will be well protected.
This park is one of the i"ost beautiful reservation,: made by the government, embracing as it does a region of lakes, foothills and rugged
mountains. It is in a region oft the
main line of travel, but railway facilities are likely to be provided
within a few years. It attracted
over 500 campers last season.
Buffalo park, on the line of the
Grand Trunk Pacific, 150 miles east
of Edmonton, is the home of the herd
of buffalo imported by the Dominion
government from Montana several
years ago. The herd in the park
last year numbered 800, and the
number was increased last spring by
150 calves.
Eighty buffalos, bought by the government, still remain at liberty in
the Flathead valley of Montana. An
effort will be made in April to round
them up for shipment to Oanada.
Their home embraces 110,000 acres
which has all been fenced in, the circuit embracing 74 miles. It is also
the retreat of elk, caribou, moose
and antelope. Additions are constantly been made to the original
herds placed there and the birth rate
is also very satisfactory.
Feathered game, which are also
protected, abound in great numbers
within the park limits.
Elk Island park on tho line of the
Canadian Northern, east of Edmonton, is the home of 50 head of buffalo
It embraces 16 sections of land.
Jasper park, in the foothills of the
Rockies, on the line of the Grand
Trunk Pacific, promises to be a rival
of Banff, as it boasts of diversified
scenery and abounds in hot springs.
It embraces an area of 5400 square
miles, or 3,366,000 acres. It is also
on the route of the Canadian Northern.
The Grand Trunk Pacific has already intimated its intention of
erecting a large summer hotel in the
park in tho vicinity of one of the hot
springs. The hotel will be completed
in time for handling tourists before
the line reaches Prince Rupert. It is
expected to be a rival to Banff, and
will be fully exploited by the railway.
'' ''"'it and" saving of" dTs- procession   has   passed.
It
is re
"I's the
attempt to pass   at  reaorts in the mountains
- ..ow_ dduiiq route,  ——- ■ .    .'
tt==«tsats ssws-s-,  -
e Howi Sound route,  s,,nl_ pflss'  ",r
Zt n" ln<"ly thnt details Kreat*r mf!
than   four    miles',
''nlim '..ftl <lociBion is reached.
survey,  ,l..he. "Ports of the recent
Mei
ccive or discharge passengers.
AN EARLY  SPRING.
Winnipeg,  Feb.  28.  — Three flocks
of geese Hew over the city northward
Pi
rcsiii
Kelli)
;ivp   boon   transmitted   to     Thc Union Paci
Ma-
,•    ..-iiwnv nlans to  early this morning with  their   fam-
f,c railway p.ins u   ^ .«H6nk, honk."   Oldtimers   say
ll|!'      t m\-,     ,    llic'   EnKineer  equip its entire    systen   wit this is a sure sign of an early spring.
Pt'ctci   1     Montl'oal'   They arc   ex- less apparatus for sending nlessa es ^ ^ & ^^ aheQd q. ^.^
'Pectin, th l!1V0 or(lc,'B shortly   re- from moving trains to stations oiuue The weather has turned very
the fi,,,/,,  '"' coming season's work iu its line.   They will also adopt   tue
wireless telephone.
mild.
The state of Washington passed
tho county unit local option bill by
a vote of twenty-four to sixteen. The
bill exempts cities of tho first-class
and prevents the holding of elections
for two years in units that have already voted, lt limits tho amount
of liquor a man may carry into dry
territory to one quart of whisky and
one case of beer, and provides stringent penalties for offenders.
A PRECIOUS CARGO.
Laden with sufficient fizz water,
Scotch whisky, English ale and other
liquor to irrigate all the arid throats
in every city in British Columbia,
the big Blue Funnel liner Bellero-
phon, reached Vancouver fifteen days
ago, trim and steady, apparently unaffected by tbe gigantic jag which
she was carrying. One of her capacious holds contains nothing but alcoholic cargo, and it amounts to
several thousand cases. FORT GEORGE HERALD
PUBLISHED BY THE
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING CO.
J. -. DANIELL. PRESIDENT
Devoted   to   the   interests   of   Fort
George and  the entire Northern  Interior.
J. B. DANIELL. Editor.
SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 11.
has been superb. Sunday afternoon
some 100 people indulged in the invigorating pastime to thc melodies
of Senior's orchestra, stationed in
the centre of the skating area. The
scone was further enlivened by the
appearance of the South Fort George
photographer, who thought the occasion a vivid one in which to portray to posterity thc mildness of a
March Sunday on the ice in South
Fort George. The harp was distinctly heard for a distance of five miles
down the river.
The purchase of the assets of tbe
now defunct Fort George Lumber &
Navigation Co., by a representative
of the J. I). McArthur contracting
company, Winnipeg, is another indication that, there is likely to be active railway work initiated in the
district at no distant date. Tho J.
D. McArthur company are railroad
builders of prominence in the Dominion, and one of \jheir recent contracts embraced the construction of
the Transcontinental east from Win-
peg. The company's acquisition
here is, doubtless, for the purpose of
facilitating early railroad construction work without having to be put
to the inconvenience of building
river boats and erecting mills.
The selection of South Fort George
as a point from which operations are
to be conducted is further evidence
of the strategical importance of the
point on the Fraser river.
U. S. Secretary of Agriculture Nelson, speaking at Buffalo, N. Y.,
twelve days ago, said the reciprocal
arrangements between Canada and
the United States offered the people
of the latter country the following
advantages;
Access to the Canadian forests.
Access to the Canadian markets
for American fruits.
The Canadian market for American
draught horses.
The Canadian market for farm machinery.
Thc privilege of grinding Canadian
wheat in United States mills, and
exporting the flour to Europe.
The use of the by-products of this
wheat as feed for dairy purposes.
agreement. The Dominion government has departed from the policy
laid down by Conservative and Liberal governments to consult fully all
interests before making extensive
changes in thc tariff."
The Canadian Pacific railway is negotiating for 100,000 tons of steel
rails to be used on its new western
branches.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTT1TOT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Gordon Wright,
of Ottawa, Ont., occuiiation government official, intends to apply for
permission to purchase thc following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the northwest corner of D. L. .366; thence east eighty
chains; thence north 20 chains;
tbence west 20 chains; thence north
about 20 chains to the Nechaco river; thence following the meanderings
of the river up stream to point of
commencement. GORDON WRIGHT.
Date, Jan. 27, 1911.
*.>'__.■> 'A?'A?'A£'A2'A\2 'AVAWAV'A&'j
:2-_.a-.%tt-tt.tt-_-._l
Close & Brown
South Fort George, B.C.
General Merchants
Just received a consignment
of Dunham, Norway, Maine
SNOWSHOES
Ladles' and Men's I
According to the report of thc Manitoba telephone commission for last
year the government system now in-
An effort is being made by the
Vancouver Nurses' association to organize all the nurses of the province
for the purpose of securing an act of
registration for which application
will be made to the government of
British Columbia. The object is to
raise the standard of nursing in the
province and  to   protect  the  public
-- „.-    4 ,   , ,    .   ,.       'rom  being imposed  upon  by nurses
eludes   89,748    telephones;    including     , . , ,...
,     ,     .,.,.. who are not properly qualified,
the rural subscribers the total number of phones in the province is 33,-
416, making an increase of 8338 during the year. The rental revenue has
increased from $563,125 to $751,651,
or 33.48 per cent. Thc increase in
Winnipeg subscribers is 27 per cent.
The long distance lines now have an
aggregate of 5631 miles, of which 1,-
481 miles were built last year. The
revenue for the long distance phones
last year was $243,371, or an increase
of 19 per cent. Thc total revenue
last year rose to $1,038,466, as compared with $792,632 in 1909. The report shows that the total capital invested in the system to date is approximately $7,600,000, of which
$600,000 is for poles and tools.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Esden Erskine, of
Ottawa, Ont., occupation accountant,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands; Commencing at a post planted at the southeast corner of D. L.
4366; thence east 40 chains; thence"
nortii 80 chains; thence west forty
chains; thence south 80 chains to
point of commencement.
ESDEN ERSKINE.
Date, Jan. 28, 1911.
THE
NORTHERN LUMBER CO.
All Kinds of Rough and Dreued
SPRUCE AND FIR
RUSSELL PEDEN, Manager
South Fort George,      :
B.C.    fc
1
F. T. Griffin, C. T. R. land commissioner at Winnipeg, at present on
a visit to Montreal, states tbat
within the last two years 20,000,000
acres of government lands have been  ink.
EDISON ON THE AGE OF
THE FUTURE.
Thomas A. Edison, in an interview,
makes some remarkable predictions
of new inventions that will be given
to the world before the end of the
present century.
He predicts the time is not far
distant when inventors will have
made possible the following:
Cloth, buttons, thread, tissue paper and pasteboard will be fed into
one end of a machine, and suits of
clothing, packed In boxes, will come
out of the other.
Steel will replace wood for making
furniture. The cost of steel furniture
is only one-fifth that of wood, and
steel furniture is very light, because
so little of the steel is required, lt
can be stained in perfect imitation
of any wood color.
Nickel will be used instead of paper for books. A sheet of nickel one
twenty-thousandth of an inch thick
is cheaper, tougher and more flexible
than an ordinary sheet of book paper.   It also   will   absorb printer's
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Dan Wi
Vancouver, B. C, occupatioi
man, intends to apply for
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted at the S. W. corner of Lot 4363;
thence south 30 chains; thence cast
80 chains; thence north 30 chains;
thence west 80 chains, to point of
commencement, and containing 240
acres, more or less.
DAN WRIGHT.
December 27, 1910.
First insertion February 18.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Thoma3 Ross, of
Fernie, B. C, occupation lumberman
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lhnds: Commencing at a post planted 3 miles south of thc southeast
Cr. of Lot 1606; thencc 80 chains
east; t .ence 40 chains south; thence
80 chains west; thence 40 chains
north. THOMAS ROSS,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 14th, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
'District of Cariboo,
t'akc notico that Charles Howard,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation ho-
telman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted one mile south of   the
4
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4
Garden Acreage for Sale
5 and 10-acre blocks
Subdivision of District Lots 745 and 747.    Almost immediately be-
I
Real Estate    Timber
Farm Lamb
W.F.COOKE
2nd Street South Foil George
Land Located for Pur.
cbase or Pre-emptii
Exclusive agent South Fort George Townsite  3
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FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Joseph S. Dowe,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation laborer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described   lands:      Commencing   at a       	
post planted at the £„-_. Cr. of Lot post planted one mile west   of tbe
1607; .hence   40   chains east ; tbence southwest corner of Lot 1887; tbence
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Frederick W,
Lees, of Cranbrook, B. (.'., occupation physician, intends to apply (ot
permission to purchase the following
described lands:     Commencing st i
A nickel book two inches thick southeast corner of Lot 1607;
taken up as homesteads and preemptions. The result is that the
last block of open prairie lands in
the west available for homestead entry and pre-emption has now been
practically taken up and future
homesteaders will have to resort to
the partially wooded lands of the
northern and outlying districts or
will have to purchase from the railway companies and other holders.
This is bound to mean a further increase in the value of the land.
Northern British Columbia is a
field untouched as yet. There are
millions of acres of good land that
can be made to yield more profit,
with less expenditure of effort than
any "wooded lands" the territories
possess. The entire stretch of country from Giscombe to Aldermere, following thc line of the G. T. P. railway will one day be the home of
thousands of contented families who
will find a ready market for everything a mixed farm can raise.
would contain 40,000 pages. It would
weigh only a pound and tbe cost of
tbe nickel pages would be 5c.
Huge farming implements driven
by electricity will replace the present agricultural tools. The future
farmer will be a soil chemist, a botanist and an economist. He will perform his present manual work at a
seat beside a push-button and some
levers.
The most interesting of Mr. Edi-
sonjs predictions is that the old
dream of the transmutation of metals is certain to come true sooner
or later, and a way will be found to
manufacture gold.
The probability that the way to
manufacture gold will be discovered
sooner or later causes Mr. Edison to
believe the present financial system
of the world will be changed. The
time is coming, he thinks, when nobody will accept gold in payment
for work, and no nation will issue
gold as money, because anyone will
be able to manufacture it.
thence
chains
thence
40   chains   east;   thence   80
south;  thence 40 chains west;
80 chains north.
CHARLES  HOWARD
William West, agent
Date, January 13th, 1911.
80   chains   south;    theuce 40 cbains
west; thence 80 chains north.
JOSEPH S. DOWE,
William WeBt, agent.
Date, January 13th, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice   that   Stewart Brock,
of Cranbrook, B. C, hotelman,    intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing nt a post planted three
miles south of the southeast corner
of Lot 1884; thence 40 chains west ;
thencc   40   chains   south; thence   40
chains east; thence 40 chains north.
STEWART  BROCK,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 16th, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take   notice   tbat    1,     Margerite
Brown, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to apply for
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cnriboo.
Take notice   that George Bronson,
of Fernie, B. C, occtipati in lumber- _           •—
man, intends to apply for permission  cing at a post planted at the north-
to purchase the    following described
lands:   Commencing at a post plant-
80 chaina south; thence 80 chains
west; thence 80 chains north; thence
80 chains east.
FREDERICK W. LWBB,
William West, agent.
Dato, Jan. 28, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Fikuzo K. Futt,
of   Cranbrook,     B.   C,   occiipatio. |
lumberman, intends to apply for pet-
mission to purchase thc following de-1
scribed   lands'     Commencing  at I
post planted one mile south  o( tin
southwest corner of Lot 1887, thence |
80 cbains    south;  thence 80   chains
west; thence 80 chains north; thence
80 chains.east.
FIKUZO K. FUTA.
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 28, 1911. ___
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that James Buchanan,
ed 2 miles south of the southeast
Cr. of Lot 1607; thence 80 chains
east; thence 40 chains south; thence
80 chains west; thence 40 chains
north. GEORGE BRONSON,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 14th, 1911.
foLwTn,POZnri!0.!.  .° rrCl.?8e   the of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation hn-
following described lands:   Commen- telmatl| intends t0 apply lor permle-
v.--. „,„.» „.  i„t  .s_.    -u o- sion to purchase thc following   o>
chains Zthth^nL sn \t?CtlCe   8.° 8cribe(l    'and8:     Commencing   at a
chains south; thence 80 chains west; nns» ,,iftl,.-rt two miles south of the
cata. eastCllain8    ""^  *""*    " -thweTcorn^ oT'St S thenc,
BtMARGERITE BROWN, 8°   Ch*in"    80Uth;    *""» 8° *"
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 27, 1911.
ON
There is no likelihood of there
being a shortage of chipped ice for
the festive "morning glory" during
the incoming tropical months of May  trade and divert a great deal
and June. W. McCosh and W. Walker have a contract to supply the Hotel Northern with forty tons of Fra-
ser's best. The new contracting firm
started on their work Wednesday
morning by sounding opposite the H.
B. post.   They found the ice at tbat
RICHARD McBRIDE
RECIPROCITY.
London, Feb. 24.—Hon. R. McBride of British Columbia cables the
London Daily Express:
"I strongly object to thc reciprocity agreement. There is no necessity
for such nor any general demand for
it in Canada. Reciprocity will suddenly     dislocate   Canada's     present
_____________      ___ of   it
to thc advantage of the United
States. This will also have an effect on our trade with Britain,
which is our best customer and at
present absorbs the greater part of
our exports.
"It will  not     ________^__
towards the   early    solution  of
problem of imperial federation
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that James H.  King,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation physician, intends   to apply for permis   ...   ._,.._v.„-__, ...  _,.,  r    .
sion     to    purchase     thc   following gineer, intends to apply for pern*
Commencing at a sion to purchase   the   following *
Commencing   at
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Milton A.  Cory,
of Medecine    Hat,  Alta.,  occupation
mail clerk, intends to apply for per-  described lands  .	
mission to nurchase the following de-  P°st planted at the southwest cor- scribed lands:
west; thence 80 chains north; thence
80 chains cast. JAMES BUCHANAN.
W. West, agent.
Date, Jan. 28, 191.L j
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice   that James Mclnnis,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation en-
scribed    lands:     Commencing   at   a  ner of    Lot    1890;  thence  80 chains  post planted two miles soutli ol the
post planted three miles south of the  BOUth; thence 80 chains west; thence  southwest corner of Lot 1887; tbence
thence
eliains
thence
soutlieast corner of Lot 1884
80 chains   east;    thence   40
south; thence 80 chains west
40 chuins north. ^^^^^
MILTON  A. CORY,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 14th, 1911.
FORT
80  chains  north;    tbence  80    chains
cast.
JAMES  II. KING,
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 27, 1911.
40   ehains   west;    thence   40 chain*
south; thence 40 chainB east; thence
40 chains north.     JAME8 MclNNw.
W. West, agent.
Date, Jan. 28, 1911. .
point  lacking in  thickness  and    the doubtedly the United States was ac-
neooasary transparency   so much de- u}&tei b/ ft dc8ire t() 8CCIirn contr')1
,     .,.   ., .... of Canadian    resources   and at    the
sired.   Similar condition was expen- snm_  Ume  _..-_.  a „.,.,,_-  _har_  ()f
enced all the wny down to the   per- the Canadian   market fur her    own
manent offices of the B. X., opposite manufactures.
the hotel.   McCosh says he will keep     "0n tlle ot]m' han<3' Canada's bet
GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
Dii.'.rict of Cariboo.
Take notice that William West,  of
Fort George, B.  C,  occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the   following described
lands :       Commencing     nt    a    post
planted two miles south of the S.E.
tend advantageously  corner of Lot 18S4; tlicnce 80 chains
-'-    --•-'•        -   (.he  east;  tbence 80 chains south; thence
Un-  80 eliains    west;   (hence     80   chains
north. WILLIAM WEST.
Date,  January 13th, 1911.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Frank W. Green,
of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation physician, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lnnds:     Commencing    at   a
post  planted  at  the  southwest  cor —-o — - f"=» ,..-       ..„„,, i
ner of Lot 1890; thence 80 chains southwest corner of Lot 1532; thenc* j
north; thence 80 chains west; thence east 20 chains; thence south w1'
80 chains south; thence 80 chains ''.halns; thence west 20 chains; thenc
east. north 80 chains.
WILLIAM LOGHEAD ROWATT.
Date, Feb. 4, 1911. _
FORT GEORGE LAND DlN'RKr'
District of Cariboo. .
Take notice that William i < {J1*1
Rowntt, of South Fort George, D. J"
occupation harness maker, intendB t
apply for permission to purchase we
following    described     lands:    W"
at  we
mencing at a post plnnted
FRANK W. GREEN
William West, agent.
Date, Jan. 27, 1911.
ter plan is to trade no freely ns possible with tbe motherland and the
other parts of the empire to mutual
going down the river, even if he has
to go to Quesnel for the "clear con-j     -   .—   . ■  -■■"   .....cr,
gcaled  substance  that  clinks  in   the  advantage instead of tying her hands  south of the southeast corner of Lot
pitcher Monday morning
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Robert L. Morrow, of Cranbrook, B. C, intends to
apply for perniission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing at a  post    planted  two    miles
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Mrs. Albert   »'
-   ......   »kine,   of   Ottawa, Ont., occup»W
occupation'  widow, intends to apply for rc"V
apply   for 8ion to purchase the following
"   "    lands:     Commencing  ol
Skating   on   the   Kraser,   opposite
the II. B. slough, the past fortnight,
with an outside country, which may
at any time decide to end the agreement, with the result, that Canada's
trade will be again dislocated.
"The people of Canada should have
been    consulted   before making    any
KORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take   notice   that    James   Joyce,
of   Cranbrook,    B.    C,
lumberman,   intends   to
permission     to     purchase   the"   fol- scribed    ,_....._.     ..»._-.» -      ..
lowing   described   lands'     Commen- Post planted at the northeast f.orn«
cing at a post planted nt the south- °' D. L. 4366; thence east 40 clia"';
thence  west corner ol Lot    1887; thenre   80   "
ehains  chainB south;  thence 80 chains went'
ROBERT L. MORROW, chain., eust01"1"18 jfi ^E U
William Wost, agent. William West   S_'
Date, .Inn. 28,  1911.
18S3; tbence 40 chains west;
80 chains south; thence 40
cast; thence 80 chains' north.
Date,  Jnn.  15th,  191J,
thence north 40 chains; thence w
40 chains; thencc south 40 chains
point of commencement. .„
MRS. ALBERT KB8KIN«-
Date, Jan. 28, 1911. . -
First Insertion February !«• WORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
^        District of Cariboo.
Take notice that William A   Hunt,
m ".orthfield, Minn., occupation physician, intends to apply for permis-
.8 £* to purchase the following     de-
.Hhcd lands: Commencing at a post
.anted at the N.E. corner of Lot
1657. thence east 80 chains; thence
-mtii 80 chains; thence west eighty
rhains: tbence south 80 chains.
chains,        WILLIAM  A.  HUNT.
W. West, agent.
Date  Feb. 8, 1911.        (Mch 11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that James A. Camp-
bell   of Northfield, Minn., occupation
.rai'ndealer, intends to apply for permission   to   purchase   the following
described lands:    Commencing at   a
„ost planted at the N.E. corner   of
Lot   1657;   thence   east   80    chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence   west
so clmins; thence north 80 chains.
JAMES A.  CAMPBELL,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 8, 1911.        (Mch 11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Mabel Miller, of
Redwing, Minn., occupation stenographer., intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted one mile east of tbe N. E.
corner of Lot 1667; thence east 80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80
chains. MABEL MILLER.
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 8, 1911.        (Mch 11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice tbat Walter B. Sbelden
ol Redwing, Minn., occupation bookkeeper, intendB to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted one mile eaat of the N. E.
corner of Lot 1657; thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; tbence
west 80 chains ; thence north 80
chains. WALTER B. 8HELDEN.
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 8, 1911.        (Mch 11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that John W. Huckini,
of Northfield, Minn., occupation
banker intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted two miles eaat of the N. E.
corner of Lot 1657; thence east 80
cbains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west SO chains; thence aouth eighty
chains. JOHN W. HUOKINS,
W. Wert, agent.
Date, Feb. 9, 1911. (Mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Elenoe. S. Hoyt,
ol Redwing, Minn., occupation manufacturer, intends to a^ply for permission to purchase the following described lnnds: Commencing at a post
planted two miles east of the N. E.
corner ol Lot 1657; thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north eighty
chains. ELENOES 8. HOYT,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 9, 1911.        (Mch-11)
PORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Henry Vendemey-
Jr. ot St. Paul, Minn., occupation
"•nicer, intends to apply for permis-
f'°n, *-°, Purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
wanted three miles east of the N.E.
corner of Lot  1657; thence east   80
ZT8_-the"ce north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; tnence south eighty
enains, HENRY VBNDEMEYER
.,„,   „ W. West, agent.
_"ate, Fob. 9, 1911.        (Mch-11)
F0RT GKORGE LAND DISTRICT.
liistrict of Cariboo.
lake hotice that Charles A. Roach,
memi n.ea|H'lis'    Minn-   occupation
Son f' "lten.d8 t0 Bpply ,0" Per"
scr. . \to,,mrcna8e th« following de-
P ai,HH<lB: Mmencing at a post
n£ rM miles eMt o' ^e N E.
ha. .. . Lot 165?; thence e<"t 80
wes Via "Z 80Utu 80 ch"">B; thence
Chain. C^in8; thenc« "orth 80
cllai'»s-      CHARLES A. ROACH,
Dm-  di . w> West. "gent.
J^te, ^h-J»,J.m. (Mch-11)
F0RT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT."
District of Cariboo.
We?of MUti,.e,.t.aat Henry »• Herms-
*II er trU,„"'?' M1,m- occupation
8* '0 ■ ,!1.8 t0 $#' tor P««n'8-
8c''ihi I, K Iv the .ollowmB d-
"lR>'t.d « „„ amm,encing at a P°8t
'MS il he 8- E- corner of Lot
no t'l,     lcVast 80 chains;   thence
chains■   Lha",H;   thcnce    wwt   «<>
u'e?« south 80 chains.
HLNRY B. HERMSMIBR,
Dat*  p,.i,   ._   . W' west, agent.
- ij.-!!,!lJ^lL__jmch-ll)
P0«T GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
Tuk.  nD(lBtl'ict of Cariboo.
K        7T !,hat Kennetu O-   Mc-
W™vete inarvthfleld' M,nn" occun*-
»My o » y. 8l,lreeon' intend8 to
Wowln- ,urm ,88i.on t0 Purchase the
%atadnen8_;rlbfd lands:    0o«nnien-
chal«s' thm.. A; thence east 80
»«t 81 . •south 80 cha'ns: thence
ohalna mus;   thence north   80
KJWNBTH G. MCKENZIE,
Dat«. Feb   in   ,Ji' West| aBent-
■"">• 1«. 1911.      (mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice tbat Richard Harman,
of Northfield, Minn., occupation gentleman, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted one mile east of the S. E.
corner of Lot 1638; thence east 80
chains; tbence north 80 chains; tbence
west 80 chains; thence south eighty
chains. RICHARD HARMAN,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 10, 1911,      (mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take   notice   that   Willis   W. Mc-
Guire,  of  Northfield,  Minn.,  occupation jeweler,   intends   to apply   for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:     Commencing at a
post planted one mile east of     the
S. E. corner of Lot 1638; thence east
80   cbains;   thence   south 80 chains ;
thence west 80   chains; thence north
80 chains.     WILLIS W. McGUIRE,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb.  10, 1911.      (mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Paul N. Myers, of
St. Paul, Minn., occupation paper-
dealer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted two miles east of the S. E.
corner of Lot 1638; thence east 80
cbains; tbence north 80 cbains; thence
west 80 chains; tbence south eighty
chains. PAUL N. MYERS,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 10, 1911.      (mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Caribou,
Take notice that Louis Belsic, of
St. Paul, Minn., occupation banker,
intendB to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted two miles east of tbe S. E. corner of Lot 1638; thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north eighty
chains. LOUIS BELSIC,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 10, 1911.      (mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Dewitt Craff,  of
St. Paul, Minn., occupation real estate, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the   following described
lands:  Commencing at a post planted three miles east of the S. E. corner of Lot 1638; thence east 80 chains
tbence north 80 chains; tbence west
80 chains; tbence south 80 chains.
DEWITT  CRAFF,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 10, 1911.      (mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice tbat William F. Repke,
of St. Paul, Minn., occupation printer, intends   to   apply for permission
to purchase tbe following   described
lands: Commencing at a post planted three miles east of the S. E. corner of Lot 1638; tbence eaet   eighty
cbains; tbence south 80 chains; thence
west   80 cbains;    thence   north     80
cbains.        WILLIAM F. PEPKE,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 10, 1911.      (mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice tbat John R. Phillips,
of Northfield, Minn., occupation physician, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the N. E. corner of Lot
1629; tbence east 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence west eighty
chains; thence south 80 chains.
JOHN R. PHILLIPS,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 11, 1911.       mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that William Chappin,
of Northfield, Minn., occupation real
estate, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the N. E. corner of Lot
1629; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thencc west eighty
chains; thence north 80 chains.
WILLIAM CHAPPIN,
W. West, agent,
Date, Feb. 11, 1911.       mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that David M. Strong,
of Northfield, Minn., occupation physician, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described landsj Commencing at a post
planted one mile east of thc N. E.
corner of Lot 1629; thence cast eighty
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south eighty
chains. DAVID M. STRONG,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 11, 1911.       mch-U)	
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice thnt Richard D. Var-
ret. of Northfield, Minn., occupation
lawyer, intends to apply for perm s-
slon to purchase the folowing described lands' Commencing at a post
planted one mile east of tbe N. h.
corner of Lot 1629; thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chajns; tbence north 80
80 chains. RICHARD D. VARBLT,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 11, 1911.       nich-u)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT,
District of Cariboo.
Take   notice that William A. Wells,
of St. Paul, Minn., occupation manufacturer,   intends. to apply  for   permission to purchase tho following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted two miles east of the N. E.
corner of Lot 1629; thence   cast   80
chains; tbence north 80 chains; thence
west   80   chains;   thence   south    80
chains.        WILLIAM A. WELLS,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 11, 1911.      mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT;
. District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Spence O'Grier,
of St. Paul, Minn., occupation wholesaler, intends to apply for permission to purchase thc following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted two miles east of the N. E.
corner of Lot 1629; thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 70 chains; thence north 80
cbains. SPENCER O'GRIER,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 11, 1911.      mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Clarence H.  Slo-
cum, of St. Paul, Minn., occupation
merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted three miles east of the N. E.
corner of Lot 1629; thence   east    80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west   80   chains ;   thence   south   80
chains.    CLARENCE H.  SLOCUM,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb..11, 1911.       mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Francis Mills,  of
St. Paul, Minn., occupation dentist,
intends to apply for permission    to
purchase   the     following     described
lands: Commencing at a post planted three miles east of the N. E. corner of Lot 1629; thence east 80 chains
thence south 80 cbains; thence west
80 chains; thence north 80 chains.
FRANCIS MILLS,
W. West, agent.
Date, Feb. 11, 1911.       mch-11)
FORT GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that George Bell,   of
Cranbrook,  B.  C,  occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to
purchase   the    following     described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
two miles south of the S. E. corner
of Lot 1893; thence west 40 chains ;
tbence south 80 chains; thence east
40 chains; thence north 80 chains.
GEORGE BELL,
W. West, agent.
Dato Feb. 18, 1911.        (mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Ellen Margaret
Charleson, of Ottawa, Ont., occupation nurse, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 80 cbains east of tbe
northeast corner of section 1, township 8, range IV., Coast District, B.
C; tbence south 80 cbains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence east 80 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
ELLEN MARGARET CHARLESON
January 30, 1911. mhll.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice tbat Harry Parry, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation grocer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted 80 chains east of the northeast
corner of section 1 (one), township
8 (eight), range 4 (four), Coast District, B. C; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 cbains; thencc > south
80 cbains; thence cast 80 chains to
tbe point of coraniencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
HARRY PARRY.
January 30, 1911. mhll.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Alfred Rigley
Hodges, of Victoria, B. C, occupation physical instructor, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing at a post planted about two
miles east and half a mile north of
the N.E. corner of section 1 (one),
township 8 (eight), range 4 (four),
Coast District, B. C, thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains ;
thence south 80 chains; thence east
80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 ares, more
or less.
ALFRED RIGLEY HODGES.
January 30, 1911. mhll.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Alfred Hodges, of
Victoria, B. C, occupation salesman
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted at tho S.W. corner of Lot 1168
(ungazetted), Cariboo district, B.C.;
thence south 40 chainB; thence west
80 chains; thence north 40 chaius ;
thonce eaBt 80 cbains to point of
commencement, and containing 320
acres, more or less.
ALFRED HODGES.
January 30, 1911. mhll.
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SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
We have
secured the
exclusive
agency for
the
Canadian
Kodak
Company,
and have a
complete
stock of
everything
for the
photographer.
Just Drop In and Let Us Show Yon.
Am Remember we pay special attention to
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4 JOHN A. FRASER £
™ Front Street, QUESNEL, ■ " »
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McCormick Mowers, Rakes and
Binders always on hand.
HARDWARE
OF ALL KINDS
MARK   DUMOND
ASHCROFT, B.C.
4
Seventy-five Comfortable Rooms
Newly Furnished.
Occidental Hotel
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor
QUESNEL, B. C.
m Good Tables. Corralls. Sample Rooms.
)y Banquet Hall.       Theatre Room.
Rates, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 per day ^
WIRE FOR ROOMS
Wm. Blair & Co. £<
WM. KENNEDY, Manager.
Cor. Second and Hamilton Aves., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
I
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jl at reduced prices the dry feet variety W.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRIOT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that J. S. Gladwin, of
Corbin, D. C, occupation gentleman,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
iands: Commencing at a post planted nbout J mile north and J a mile
west from the S. W. corner of Lot
1749; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 640
acres, more or less.
J. S. GLADWIN,
J. N. Miller, agent.
Date, February 18, 1911.   (mch-11)
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that E. J. Roberts,
Jr., of Corbin, B. C, occupation
manager, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands : Commencing at a
post planted about } mile north and
_ mile west from the S. W. corner of
Lot No. 1749; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
E. J. ROBERTS, JR.
J. N. Miller, agent.
Dute, February 18, 1911.   (mch-U. I WEATHER REPOItT |
(Taken from government glass at
II. I). post.)
FRIDAY, March 3-
Eight below at night; fine day;
22 abovo nt 7 p.m.
SATURDAY,  March  4—
Five below at night; sunshine.
.SUNDAY, March 5—
Eleven above at    night;  cloudy
nnd thaw; 38 above 9 p.m.
MONDAY, March 6—
Twenty   above    during   night ;
south    wind;     overcast     and
thawing; 38 above at 9:30 p.m
TUESDAY, March 7—
Twenty-two above during night;
snow all night and day.
WEDNESDAY, March 8—
Eight above during night; overcast day; 30 above at 10 p.m.
THURSDAY,  March  9—
Twenty-eight   above   at night ;
high S.W. wind and thawing.
CITY AN» DISTRICT
Danforth <_& Lee
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Plans furnished
Ham;!:.- Ave., between Island 2nd
Mr. Yorston, Quesnel, has been appointed census commissioner for the
Yale-Cariboo district. The usual pay
of enumerators is lUc per name.
Sherill Peters was in Barkerville on
the 16th ultimo.
The masquerade ball held at Quesnel Friday, Feb. 24, under the auspices of the fire department, was an
unqualified success, both from an artistic and financial point of view.
There were attendants from Black-
water and Barkerville. One hundred
piasters were realized, which sum
will be placed to the credit of the
department.
Al. Haggith, who is reputed the
possessor of one of the best looking
pre-emptions in .the immediate vicinity, his location being on the east
of thc Fraser, opposite the Hudson
Bay property, and adjoining C. linker's pre-emption, is having fifty
chickens shipped in from the Cariboo
road. C. Pinker is bringing in the
birds.
The latest turnover in real estate
was the purchase by W. Burch, from
D. H. Clegg, of the two lots at the
corner of Hamilton and Fourth. The
consideration named is $201)0. A
small dwelling is included in the sale
Mail from the south came in Monday at 3 p. ro. There were two passengers aboard, Surveyors F. Burden
and D. McDougall. This is thc record time made by the mail this year.
Like old wine, improving with thc
dew drops of age.
F. P. Burden, who came in Monday, left for Nads-il-Nich lake Wednesday.
Mrs. Guy Lawrence, of Blackwater,
attended the Firemen's masquerade
ball, at Quesnel, on the 24th ultimo,
as a fisher girl.
Among the passengers that left
Ashcroft last Monday for the one objective in the Cariboo district, were
W. F. Cooke, C. Brown, Rud Clarke,
J. B. Daniell and the new manager
of the Fort George Timber & Transportation Co.
C. M. Wiggins, the Northern Development representative, is expected
here the latter part of the month.
S. P. Dunlevy, Vancouver, has
grouped a number of Peace and
Halfway river views, and embodied
the collection in an artistic hanger
under the caption: "Fertile valley of
the Peace and Halfway river and the
last frontier of the great west." In
the centre of the group is to bo _ecn
the Hudson's Bay factor at St.
John, standing in an onion patch in
his garden, September 16. Tbe collection of views was secured by
Messrs. Petry and Karson last summer, and are considered very good.
J. Enemark, the butcher, is expected in on Monday with 1000 lbs.
of beef.
E. Burden left for Willow river
canyon Thursday.
Thomas Hunt, a Nechaco rancher,
who has spent three yea™ there, is
on his way in from Ashcroft with a
carload of material and Implements,
as well as some horses for his ranch.
Mrs. Hunt accompanies her husband.
The death ie announced at Seattle,
recently, of W. II. Smith, who was
well-known in Cariboo district. His
death was rather sudden, resulting
from a few days' illness of typhoid-
pneumonia. The burial took place on
the 15th. Up to a few years ago ric-
r".nsed was engaged In teaming on
the Cariboo road. He then went to
Kamloops and acted in'the capacity
of foreman and manager (if the Monarch Lumber Co., at that point. I.at-
crly he was interested in the hotel
business at Kamloops, leaving that
place only recently  tor  Seattle.
J. R. Campbell, druggist, is another expected arrival on Monday's
stage.
At government house, Ashcroft, on
Monday, the 20th instant, the wedding took place of Mr. William Millar Hig<:s nnd Miss Audrey Flower-
dew. The ceremony was performed
by H. P. Christie, government agent
at Ashcroft.
T. Herring who, two week-; ago
had three frozen toes amputated, has
so far improved that he has discarded his crutches,
DANCING CLUB ENTERTAINED.
On Saturday evening the members
of the South Fort Oeorge Jjancing
club entertained at progressive whist
in their hail on Fourth street, in
honor ol .Mesdames Luke and Finlcy,
who left on Monday's stage for tho
outside.
'ihe ladies' prtae was won by Mrs.
Housor, while Mr. McLean secured
tbe men's prize.
Senior's orchestra was in attendance, and the melodious strain of the
harp contributed much to the enjoyment of the evening, playing the accompaniment to solos rendered by
Miss Taylor and Mr. Thorne, both of
vigorously encored.
Refreshments were served under the
direction of Caterer Thorne, after
which tho appreciation of the members of the club was expressed to the
lady patrons, and best wishes conveyed to the departing ladies that
their trip might be pleasant and
their return early. With the singing
of Auld Lang Syne an enjoyable
evening was brought to a close.
Those who attended were Mr. and
Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Senior, Mr. and
Mrs. Finley, Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Gaughey, .Mesdames Johnson, Luke,
Houser, Enemark, Tiemeyer, Misses
Taylor, McOaughey and Pierce;
Messrs. D. Brewster, W. Rowatt, A.
Birt, J. McLean, M. McLeod, N. McLean, W. Burnett, J. Flynn, Wm.
Thorne, W. Flynn, J. McGaghran and
P. Campbell.
"So the angels have brought your
mamma a new baby from heaven ? "
"Yessur; mammas got a new baby.
But I don't fink it came f'm heaven.
She gets all her lings f'm Eton's."
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that George Henry Little, of Victoria, B. C, occupation
salesman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post
plauted at the S.E. corner of Lot
1168 (ungazetted), Cariboo District,
B. 0.; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence cast 30 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
GEORGE  HENRY LITTLE.
January 30, 1911. mhll.
NOTICE.
Strayed on to tho premises of Duncan McKenzie, Blackwater road, one
hay horse, marked on the right side,
with star, on forehead and two white
hands. If not claimed and expenses
of feed and this notice paid for, said
horse will be sold by public auction
thirty days from date of first publication of this notice.
DUNCAN McKENZIE.
February 10,' 1911.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT, 1910
Section  (Nineteen.)
Notice is hereby given that on the
twenty-first day of February next,
application will lie made to the superintendent of provincial polico for
the grant of a license for the sale of
liquor by wholesale in and upon the
promises known as the Soutii Fort
George Restaurant, situate at South
Fort George, B. (.'., upon the lands
described ns Lot numbered fourteen,
in block numbered fifteen, in Dislrict
Lot numbered nine hundred and thirty-three.
A. K. BOURCH1ER.
January 21, 1911.
CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Estimates furnished
SOUTH FORT CEORGE, B. 0
If you want the cheapest
and best
Vapor
Gas Lamp
For your business or home
Communicate with
R.R. Carver
Quesnel; B.C.
FURT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that William McGregor, of Victoria, B. C, occupation
merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the S.E. corner of
Lot 1168 (ungazetted), Cariboo district, B. C; thence south 80 chains;
thence east 40 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 40 chains to
the point of commencement, and containing 320 crees, more or less.
william McGregor.
January 30, 1911. mhll.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRIOT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Jessie Milton Little, of Victoria, B. C, occupation
married woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the lollowing
described lands: Commencing at a
P03t planted about three miles enst
and half a mile north of the S. E.
corner of section 1 (one), township
8 (eight), range 4 (four). Coast district, B. C; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thencc south
80 chains; thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing G40 acres, more or less.
JESSIE MILTON  LITTLE.
January 30, 1911. nihil.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Cariboo.
Take notiee that Robert T. Alexnnder, of Fort George, occupation,
rancher, intends to apply for iiermission to purchase the following described lands: Comnieneing at a
post planted 20 cbains north from
thc northwest corner of Lot 157G ;
thence soutii about 55 chains to N.
E. corner of Cora Dodd's purchase;
thence west 20 chains; thencc nortli
about 55 chains; thence east twenty
chains to point of commencement,
and containing 110 acres, more or
less.
ROBERT T. ALEXANDER,
Dec.  30,  1910. (jan-21)
Districts of
Fort Ceorge, Nechaco Valley, Fraser
Valley, Bulkley Valley .nd Stcney Creek
For Sale
Town Lots
Farm Lands
Garden Tracts
Government land fo'r purchase
and  pre-emption located.
For full particulars apply to
Edward Roberts
Sales Agent. Notary Public.
Insurance Agent, Auctioneer
Valuator.
Offices:
South Fort George and Fort George
Telegraphic address:
"Erin," Fort George, B.C.
THE
CLUB FOOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON  STS.
Smokers' suppSies
a speciality
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District Of Cariboo.
Tal.e nolice that .lohn Faroe, ol
Victoria, II. (_., occupation teamster,
intends to apply for iiermission to
purchase the following described
lands: Conimencing at a post plantod at the N. W. corner of Lot 2400,
Cariboo district; thenco south sixty
eliains to S. W. corner of I.ot 2400;
thence west 40 chains to Lot 2164;
Ihenee norlh 80 clmins to Lot 1531;
thenee east to west lino of Lot 1681;
thence south 20 eliuins; thence east
40 chains; more or less to river;
thence south along river to Lot 2400;
thence west 12.7') chains to point of
commencement, containing 270 acres
more or less.
JOHN FAROE,
A. II.  Sutton, agent.
Date, Feb. ?.?, 1911. (Mch 4)
Four pool tables
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CAPITAL AUTHORIZED - - 82.000,000 ~
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Hiii'dwure, Vancouver,   B.C.
M.  ii.   CAIU.IN,   Esq.,   Vice-President,
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HIS HONOR T, W. FATEI-SOM, I-leu-
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Vancouver, B.C.
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Fort George Branch,      L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr.
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Head Office: - TORONTO, ONT.
When you hand the store-keeper a cheque for his account
there is no need to bother about the receipt. The bank keeps
that for you, and it doesn't matter whether you want it next
week or a year hence, the record of the payment is always
there.
We will be glad to explain how to use a checking account.
Capital nnd Surphrs - Sd.r.-D.ooo
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Good Land at Reasonable Prices
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Write for further information to
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
Or to their local sales agent, Edward Roberts,  South Fort. George,
Genera! Offices:   410, 411, 412 Winch Bldg., Vancouver, B. C.
London Office:   6 Old Jewry.
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pool hall, newspaper, two general stores,*splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
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WRITE FOR INFORMATION TO
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CO.
172 Hastings St., VANCOUVER, B.C.
Second St., SOUTII FORT GEORGE, B. C.
coke & McGregor,
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Will have a party in lhe field during thu whole of coming winter.
Victoria and
Fort George, B. C.
P. G. B. BODEKER
Land and Timber Cruiser
Pre-emptions Located.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
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