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_      S0UTH F01ri GEORGE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1913.
f Harry Por
ot Yet Apprehen
$3 PER ANNUM
the ilitove
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on
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Irom ■'■■■'
pert »'»8
yesterday.
pending I
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death bi
Dff<.:>: -
idiinisten
instrument
known pari
Messrs   i
j Robarts, F i
the lur;
F. J. Pauli:
tforkman ai
bunk in Hal
He oeceas'
ike tlmi '
bridge   «
borrowi-.! 51
alio worked
lore coming
ues saw ol
■ about 8:30
trd-iDd hi ,
ber ol men
Th* ■ I
Ml limes
lyatypi i
'condition ot
Itir :- :
I cause
|raln I ■ I
depressed I
til   ■
tie skull,
Interior org;
no eviilchi -
Ihe nesl
liveryman:,
Is glvinf
•I the ■
-.Quarter to
decws,'ii I)
he (omul ii,
to the rlekl
11» ,.,.
the police,
team.
Tli" chit I
stated thai
Phone mess;
tnorninp abi
Bed
from a ho
Starr, u ■
■laarter i •
, lapsed since
body of Harry
assailants have
. i.   One suspect
ird ->■ night, but
,n wus released.
. ii under   ar-
i, en brought in
,i fourth sus-
, from the oast
are being held
. rioB,
iuest, presided
'-.ni, was held
a   the   verdict
nd lhat the de-
:. came to him
mber 24 and
ii. violent blows
head by a dull
bands   of    un-
W'ilsuii, Blair,
Hood comprised
wil ues.-. sworn,
lie was a fellow
• the adjoining
gers' camp with
roller, during
worked at    the
re that Porters
Pete Kirk, wbo
bridge, just be-
The lust. Withe stated, was
r ut tlie Northing with a num-
brldge,
ir. Lazier, the
omprlsed chtef-
imeht as to the
■rlor and Inter-
'.,. The dirt -1
presalori of the
clots and the
The knuckles of
lien.   On exani-
• iluids   of the
blood-stained
have been pos-
the fracture of
nation of the
■ body lie found
Intoxication,
:is ,loe Mitchell,
'. livery stables.
[ the discovery
I it was   about
MONTREAL IS IN V   1    e Q,    l u
pepilous condition cno oi dteel Has
Water    Mains    Burst,    Cutting    Off
Water Supply—Fire Breaks Out.
had $200.80 on deposit iu the
of Ottawa at Fort George.
Thn last witness sworn wa
Myer, piledriver man at Bates &
Rogers. He saw the deceased aboul
8 or 9 o'clock Christmas eve take
two drinks; also saw him between 10
and 11, He was sober and was
talking to a stranger who looked
like a halfbreed Indian of, he should
judge, about 5 feet 6 inches in
height. The halfbreed asked Porters for 25 cents, Porters answered, "1 have no 26 cents; 1 give you
GO cents." Witness swore he saw
Porters give the halfbreed the BO
cents.
This stranger formerly worked
with  Porters at  Mile  1G0,
No further witnesses were called
und Dr. Richardson then charged, tin*
jury. They retired and after about
ten minutes Uny returned and gave
their verdict aud they were discharged.
2(10(1   MILES  OF   RAILWAY
Montreal, Dec. 29.— (Special.) —
Fire at the cornor of Ontario and
St, Hubert streets threatened the
city today. The city water main
burst Thursday night and the city's
water supply is practically nil,
The firemen fought with chemical
extinguishers and ran a line of hose
a mile to the river, pumping water
through It.
The, city is in a serious condition
from luck of water und a terrible
epidemic is feared. The break in
the water main runs for three hundred feet and may not be fixed for a
neck. The Angus shops and many
factories huve been forced to close
und thousands ure thrown out of
work. Most of the schools ure
closed and no water for steam heat
in the hospitals, apartment or business blocks cun be obtained. The suffering as a result is very severe.
Reached Willow River
The end of steel has reached Wil-1of steel will rest at Fort George for
LOWEST LYNCHING RECORD
Forty-four Lynched In United States
During 1018.
Now
Under   Construction   in   B.
Employing 10,000 Men.
('..
Victoria, Dec. 30—There has not
been the slightest difficulty In the
financing of the 2000 miles of new
railway that are now under construction in British Columbia, although Iti,tion men nre employed.
Not one of the companies building .* , .
lines in the province under agreement with the government huve
a sked for a day's extension of time.
The agreements are being curried
oul to '.he letter and in many cases
the work is going ahead faster than
was expected,
Washington, Dec. :!n—(Special.)
Only forty-four lynchingS, known
to be such beyond doubt, occurred
in the United States during tlie year
llilu. This is the lowest number on
record, more than fifty having been
recorded last year, and as many as
250 In some previous years. So far
ns the newspaper accounts show,
none of the victims were burned at
tlie stake, an atrocity indulged in by
low Hiver, Mile 220, about fifteen
miles from Fort Oeorge, and yesterday was reported to be 500 feet west
of that point.
Owing to the fine we;lther conditions prevailing at the present time
the truck-layers nre making rapid
progress, und the end of steel will be
at the G. T. P. terminals at the junction of the Fr-.ser and Nechaco rivers
in a few days.
It is stated that as soon as the
rails reach Fort George the passenger service will be inaugurated, but
the railway will not carry freight
before May 1.
It is further stated' that the   end
the winter It is very difficult to
I ballast, during the cold weather, and
although ballasting is still going on,
the first hard frost will make it
necessary to close up the gravel pits
for the winter. In the meantime the
yards at Fort George will be completed.
The temporary bridge over the
Fraser at Fort George is being pushed forward, although great difficulty
is being found in driving the piles
in the hard formation found on the
river bottom. The Dates-Rogers
Construction Company, in driving
sheet piling for permanent bridge
construction, break a hammer every
day or so.
HOOKEY NOTES
infuriated mobs more than once   in
FAMINE IN JAPAN
Duo to Failure Of Crops-
Are Starving.
-Thousands
NORTHERN RINK OPEN8
The .Northern skating rink will
be open daily for skaters from 1 to ti
o'clock p. m. and from 7:30 to 11:30
o'clock p. ip., except on evenngs
when hockey matches are to be played. The size of the rink is 70x128
feet.
Admittance to the rink will be 50
cents for men and 25 cents- for women and children. Season tickets will
be on sale at Hood's Limited,
O'Flaherty _ Thorne, Hotel N'orth-
vhen he found the I era, Kort George Drug Company,
•I. lie stated that j Northern Lumber *_ Mercantile Co.,
■ about four feet L,t the following prices: Men. $10;
.'■nod roud. There ! women, $5; children, $5. Season
tggfe and trucks ; tickets do not admit to hockey
. but not beyond. : games.
"1 telephoned to, The rink is lighted by electric
eturned for his nights, and equipped with' well-heated
dressing rooms for ladies and gentlemen. The grandBtand bus a seating capacity of 600, Admittance to
it will be ail cents for senior matches
and 2", cents for matches In the
other leagues
Vancouver, Dec. 29—(Special.)-*-
Japan is suffering from the worst
famine that country has experienced
since the year 1869, due to the failure of the crops and fisheries.
Thousands of starving parents arc
reported to have sold their daughters to Tokyo while others are being
shipped abroad.
FORTY-TWO MILLION NEST EGG
Speculation as to What C
Do Wth It.
1*. 1!. Will
'■Hi blood
and irousp.
ai||l Urn ou.
*» torn [,
tll(' Hght i-,-.
,bt*Cli 811H,*|
1180 sticks'.
Pocket effi i
tra*8 0l  Iv
Wood ntt.'
*oe traP,
Questlo]
"l" chief 0r
*™ 2 and
Z*'H th,
l'fi|,,'"s nh,,.
J8 tkermo,
•Vag n-,1.,
I'll
'lirisi,
*as
IMI
**•   ll,
in thi  I,
' ""> drink
nee iieing sworn,
iiBequence   of   a
■ci ived    Saturday
,'  o'clock   be    ini-
!  to nn old  road
"' hundred yards
upled    by    Jean
" -eighth and    a
rrom tlie   Black-
lj  Of a man  wns
"'i his back, and
"ind for a radius
'Is wns    smeured
ckets of the coat
"" "• turned Inside out,
"le pair    of    trousers
";l the waist down   on
°n the rond he found
1,1 with blood and hair,
''v""d,    matches    and
11,11,1 ■* ;*il>*   He found
■"" :|i'd    traced    the
;l>l.v   yards   on   the
;' ■" the temperature,
:",lln' Stated that be-
:; "'dock pn Christmas
'emperature was two
' '•' '"• Christmas Day
"''"'' hovered around
1,(1 Christmas night   it
';w"ni' "inted that    he
" camp with deceased
• '"living about seven
deceased    about
BRITISH COLUMBIA LEADS
in Value of Pishing Industry, showing Good Increase
Ottawa, Dec. 30. (Special.! The
annual report of the Dominion fisheries department showy thut British
Columbia easily lends the provinces
in value of the fishing industry. Tlie
total marketed value of fisheries in
the province for last year was $14,-
455,488, an increase of $778,363
over tbe preceding year, and establishing u new record.
Iiad,,
'weiiii.
ne di
•mine
"' ot UlR hotel, but he
ln8 "I the time.
11 il"    recalled    stated
, man- Harry Porters,
November
LABOH MAN FORCIBLE EJECTED
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 30.- (Special.) -Charles H. Moyer, president
of thu Western Federation of M'ners
and leader Of Ihe copper mine strike
at this city, was forcibly ejected by
the citizens' committee on Saturday
last. Moyer was beaten, knocked
down and Bhot in the back while
be'ng escorted to the train. Ho left
for Chicago.
U» lf) lho 23rd.
Captain Houser Dead.
Portland, Ore.,    Dec.    30.— (Special.)—Captain    Houser,    the    lirst
shipmaster to navigate   the   upper
b time and I Fraser   and   upper  Skeena  rivers,
Ottawa,    Dec.    30.—(Specal.)—
Speculation has been rife during the
past  couple of weeks in Ottawa    as
to  what   the  Canadian   Pacilic  Railway intends to do with the forty-two I
million nest egg it will hnve by the Bwert
directors' latest financing scheme.
The most  likely theory, und    one '
that is believed to be correct, is that
the railway is planning nn aggressive
construction    campaign  In  northern
Brit isli Columbia. Saskatchewan und
Alberta.   The only part of the west
which the C. P, R. does not tap   is
the great northern stretch through Ipany's cup
the fertile Pence River country and|follows:
the great agricultural Btretches   of
northern  British Columbia.    An invasion of ibis territory by the C. P.
R. at an early date can be looked for.
A great game of hockey can be
expected tomorrow' when the rival
teams line up at the rink in this
town In the afternoon at 2:30, and
the South Fort George team can be
depended upon to make a good
showing and a reversal of the form
they were in when they played at
Foley's on Christmas day. The score
in the last game was 5-1 against
them. For the first ten minutes of
play they more than held their own
and in the last half the score was
1-1. But whereas the Fort George
team had been practicing regularly
i for nearly two weeks some of our
boys put their skates on for the
first time this season when they entered the match on Christmas day.
As a consequence they found they
were out of condition and did not
have the wind to keep up the fast
pace they set early in the game.
But they will not again be caught
napping. Regular practices have
been held every day since Christmas
with good results. The lineup tomorrow will see a number of new
faces and it can be depended upon
that there will be something doing.
The teams lined up on Christmas
day as follows:
Fort George, S. Fort George
Goal
Lewis   Ke»>'
Point
Blakeslee      O'Flaherty
Cover
Aldous       Abbott
Rover
Johnson   Patterson
Centre
Lipscomb   Flynn
Right wing
  Thrasher
Left wing
Giles       Tothill
Referee, George McLaughlin.
HOCKEY SCHEDULE COMPLETE
The schedule of games    for    the
Northern Lumber _ Mercantile Corn-
has been completed,  as
CITS LEAGUE SCHEDULE
A series
ranged by
city league
January
chants.
January
harts.
January
harts.
January
bonne n.
January
Lumbermen.
January  19
hi
Of games bus  been    ur-
the   Soutli  Kort  George
ns follows:
I   -Contractors nnd Mer-
5- Lumbermen und Ko-
Contractors  and  Ro-
8-
1:
"__f   '
•wlnuary
Merchants and Luni-
15 Contractors and
Merchants and Round
■Lumbormwi'attd Ro-
Contractors and Ro-
Mcrchants and Lum-
—Contractors and
Merchants and   Ro-
He  also died here on Friday last,
2—Contractors
Merchants.
Jnunary 26
barts,
January 28
barts.
February 2
bermeii.
February
Lumbermen,
February 0
hurts.
Ritchie & Clark ure donating the
cup, . ,K.   „___&
Christmas Day (played)
Foley's cache, 2:30 p.m.
New Year's Day
South Fort George, 2:"30 p.m.
Sunday, January  11
Foley's cache, 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, January 17
South Fort George, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, January 25
Foley's cache, 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, January 31
South Fort George, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, Februnry S
Foley's cache, 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 14
South Fort George, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, February 22
Foley's cache, 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 28
South Fort George, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 8
Foley's cache, 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 14
Soutii Fort George, 7:30 p.m.
The last game to be decided    by
toss between the two captains.
PERSONALS
The beautful home of Mr. and Mrs.
Reginald 0, S. Randall on their island at the mouth of the Nechaco,
Christmas night gave notice in no
uncertain ma.iner that the pioneering days of the Cariboo country were
fast fading into memory, and that
this holiday season marked tha ending and beginning of epech in our
history in yhich the iron horse and
the advance of the beauties and refinements of life would henceforth
displace the homely but in many
ways primitive enjoyments of the
new country. The guests they had
invited to celebrate the Christmas
festival spent an enjoyable evening
amid lovely appointments, the table
fairly groaning with good things to
tempt the most exacting epicurean.
The ladies in beautiful gowns and
the men in evening dress combined
to celebrate a most auspicious occasion that not so long since seemed
far away in the social gatherings of
frontier life. At the festive board
were Mr. and Mrs. Randall, Dr. and
Mrs. Lazier, Mr. and Mrs. Bodwell,
Mr. and Miss Crawford, Mr, Wiggins,
Rev. Mr. Sadler and Messrs. Reynolds and Beasley of the Bank of
British North America. The later
evening was spent at auction bridge.
STUDY MARKETING OF  APPLES
Horticulturists   Decide   to Establish
Schools With This Eud in View.
Vancouver, Dec. 30.H—orticul-
turists of the province in their recent convention decided to hold
schools throughout the fruit growing
sections where farmers will be
taught the best methods of packing
and marketing. The number of
schools to be conducted is thirty-six
and it is thought the expert instruction to be given will be of great
assistance to fruit growers. The minister of agriculture has made arrangements to send an horticultural
expert to such partB of British Columbia as are taking up fruit growing seriously. This expert will give
any assistance and instruction required.
COAL  I'KOIHCTIOX
Value of This Year's Output Estimated at $0,000,000.
Vancouver, Dec. 24.— (Special.)
—Despite labor troubles of the past
year in the Vancouver Island coal
mines, the production of coal in the
province during 1918 will be well
up to 1912. .Last year a litt'e over
three million tons of coal and cbke
was produced by British Columbia,
and the best estimates now available
are that this year's total will not bo
far below three million tons. The
year's coal yield will have a value of
almost $9,000,000.
IRRIGATION  DROVES  SDCCESS
In    Vernon    District    System    Has
Worked Wonders.
Vernon, Dec. 29.—The belief that
irrigation applied to many sections
of British Columbia will accomplish
wonders s held by those familiar
with its benefits in the Vernon district. There large areas of land having little value were watered and
transformed into first-class fruit
land. Its value Was increased five
times. Irrigation has amde a remarkable change in conditions thero
and other sections are thought to
offer as promising a field for future
development. lirst
bat
tv it
■.    thei    Interior Printing
WEDNESDAY, DEI EMBER 31, 1913
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY
The distric1 of Soutii Fort George
murder case,  nnd
aluri s of the victim
nl the most brutal
history of this prov-
should be left un-
fforts to unearth the
ihis fiendish act.   If
is allowed  to escape
le would make but a
, but if he is captured
penalty of this crime
nen similarlj  inclined
late before attempting
n  the
lative assembly  ot   tne  froviuce   u,    ucuuo  uuiui  a  wwus,   i*uuu\_.   naav
British Columbia at its next session ! rj    chains;  thence  south    80   chains;
for a  private bill to incorporate   a    hence east 80 chaina n; >ro or less to
company    for    the purpose of con-    oint   of beginning,     containing 610
strueting,  equipping,   operating  and i  cres more or less.
maintaining   a    telephone      system ,   CONWAY EDWARD CARTWRIGHT
throughout the Skeena and ( ariboo October 19th., 19.13.
electoral districts with ail necessary : John Michell Rolston, agent.
powers  including  the  collection   of
tolls.
Dated Nov. 27, 1913.
II.  E. A.  COURTNEY,
janl4 Solicitor for Applicants.
I"
for   it
•   that
a    the
fur us
.*     ; i   ncerned.    The  Royal
Mount) d    Police    have
itati m en\ iable through-
 , Id, and the prime
reason whj  so few crimes of a na-
i ,     such as the one that  is    con-
Ihe  police  of  South     Fori
.;,    id occur on the prairies
I   it th    man  who commits murder thei      - alizes  that   bis  chances
of escape are nil und that he will be
c .    lualiy    ho.undi d    till    he    is
brought dowu bj these human blood-
hounds
We trust that our police will not
be content to merely gather the evidence to satisfy the coroner's jury
that ib" deceased Hurry Porters wus
murdered, bui that they will go out
and tu I ' sl until they huve landed
the actual murderer safely behind
the burs.
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*^bsS3^*_|_____^_s__v^'
Sealed Tinders addressed to the
undersigned, und endorsed "Tender
for Immigration Detention Hospital
Building, Vancouver, B. C," will be
received at this office until 4.00 p.
m., on Monday, December 29, 1913,
for the .erection of the above-named
building.
Plans, specification nnd form of
contract cun be seen and forms of
lender obtained at this department,
al the office of W. Henderson, Esq.,
Resident Architect. Victoria, B.C.,
und on application lo Mr. A. J. Chis-
hoini. caretaker, Public Building,
\ ancouvi r, II. C.
Persons tendering nre notified that
ii nders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
uud signed with their actual signa-I
lures, suiting their occupations and
places of residence, ln the case of
firms, Hi" actual signature, the nu- j
ture of the occupation and pluce of
residence of each member of the
firm musl be given.
Bach lender must he accompanied by nn accepti d cheque on a
chartered lmnk. payable to the order
of the Honourable the Minister of
Public Works, equal to ten per cent.
(10 p. c i of the amount of tlif tender, which will he forfeited if the
person tendering decline to enter
into a contract when called upon to
do so, or fail to compli te the work
contracted for. If the tender he not
accepted ihe cheque will be returned.
The Departmenl des not bind itself to accept the lowest or nny tender.
By order,
It. ('.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 19, 1913.
Coal Act: Form of Notice
FORT  FRASER LAND  DISTRICT
I'AKE notice that 1, John M. Rol-
on, of Vancouver, B. 0., occupatiob
Civil Engineer, intends to apply for
a licence to prospect for Coal and
Petroleum on the followiog described
lands:—
Commencing at a post planted 160
chains6south and 40 chains west of
the South West corner of Government
Reserve on Murray Lake, thence east
80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
tbence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains more or less to point of
beginning, containing 640 acres more
or less.
JOHN MICHELL ROLSTON
October 19th., 1913.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
TAKE notice that Frank F. Bur-
dett, of Edson, Alta., occupation
Merchant, intends to apply for permission to lease the following
described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at
S.E. corner of Lot 5332, thence west
2'i chains; tlicnce north 20 chains;
thence cast 20 chains; thence south
20 chaias to point of commencement.
FRANK F. BURDETT.
September 24th, 1913.
James R.  McLennan, agent.
The
will res
months
i;\D OF STEEL
that the end of steel
e throughout the winter
' the greatest importance
I rom the point of view of local business, li means that this town will
'reap the benefits of the trade that
always conies to end-of-steel places,
a fact that should go towards making things brisk during the cold
weather.
From the very lirst coming of the
steel, it is suited in railroad circles,
I issi ngers will be curried to this
point, although the railway will not
curry commercial freight until the
spring, probably at the opening of
navigation, Undoubtedly many of
the people on the outside who are
Interested in this country will take
advantage ol the rails almost as soon
ns they are laid, nnd this also will
bring incroscd business for the merchants.
to bin Tiii;or<;n trains
.Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 15.—
Thai Grand Trunk passenger trains
direct without change from Regina,
Sask., will be running into the new
Great Northern station in Minneapolis and through to Chicago before
spring, if the proposition now pending between the Burlington-Great
Northern interests and the Montreal
general office of the Grand Trunk
System is adopted, became known
today, although the Great. Northern
people refuse to discuss the matter in
detail. Th" service from Regina will
be on operating lines similar to the
through Cbicago-to-tbe-coast trains
of tlie Greut, Northern, which now
conns over the Burlington, to that
of the Northern Pacific, which covers
the Chicago-Minneapolis mileage
over the Northwestern railway, and
the Milwaukee, which operates over
its own mileages throughout. The
run us proposed will be over tho Burlington from Cnicago, the Great
Northern from Minneapolis to Fargo,
new Great Northern cut-off to Minto,
thence on to the Grand Trunk Pacific proper,
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
TAKE notice tbat James R. McLennan, of Edson, Alta., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to lease the following described lands:—*
Commencing at a post planted 10
chains north of S.E. corner of
Lot 5332, thence north 30 chains;
thencc east 40 chains, to Door River,
thenre up-stream to point of commencement.
JAMES R. McLENNAN.
September 24th, 1913.
James R.  McLennan,  agent,
loal Act: Form  of Notice
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT
District of Cariboo
TAKE notice that George McCull-
agh, of Edson, Alta., occupation
Jeweller, intends to apply for permission to lease tbe following descrihed lands:—
Commencing at a post planted 20
cbains cast of S.E. corner of Lot
5332, thence east 20- chains; thence
south 20 chains; thence west 20
chains; thence north 20 chains to
point of commencement.
GEORGE McCULLAGH
September 24th, 1913.
James R. McLennan, agent.
T. G. JONES
Solicitor and Notary Public.
Fort George Trust Building,
FORT GEORGE. B.C.
Js
Will be the signal for the departure of manv of th
contractors and others who have taken an _*____
part in the construction of the road.
Most will take the shortest route, leaving Fnrt
George by stage.   To those we wish to remind thu
January is the coldest of the winter months and
that we can supply them with the necessary doth
ing, footwear, fur robes, etc., they may require tn
accomplish the trip in perfect comfort and safety.
One line we wish to call their special attention to is
our "Angora" Indian Cashmere Underwear  soft
smooth, medium weight and warm.   Positively the
best procurable in any part of the globe.   Call in
and examine it.
Northern Lumber & Mercantile |
Company, Limited |
SECOND STREET        -        -        South Port George
W. F. COOKE, Prej. RUSSELL PEDEN, Vice-Pres. G. E. McLAUGHLIN, Secretary
Coal Act: Form  of Notice
FOHT  FRASER  LAND   DISTRICT
TAKE notice that I, Robert Lowe,
of Vancouver, B. O,, occupation Civil
Engineer, intends to apply for a
licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described
lands:—
Commencing at a post planted 160
chains soutii and 40 cnains west of
the South West corner of Government Reserve on Murray Lake; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80
cliains; thence north 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains more or less to point
of beginning containing 640 acres
more or less.
ROBERT LOWE
October 19th., 1913.
John Michell Rolston, agent.
'oal Act: Form  of Notice
FORT FRASER LAND  DISTRICT
TAKE notice that I, Philip Broke
Freeland, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Civil Engineer, intends to
npply for a licence to prospect for
C'oal and Petroleum on the following
described lands:—
Commencing at a post plantcd 160
chains south and 40 chains west of
the South West corner ol -Govern- t
mchr reserve on Murray Lake. Thence
south 80 chains; thonce east 80 chains
tlicnce north 80 chains; thencc west
80 chains more or less to point of
beginning, containing 640 acres more
or less.
PHILIP BROKE FREELAND
October 19th., 1913.
John Michell Rolston, agent.
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
Are about to erect a number of
houses in Prince George and
South Fort George which will be
sold on easy terms.
Plans and Photographs may be
seen and further particulars obtained from
H. WILSON, Mgr., Corner Laselle & Seventh
P.O. Bos 64 SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Dlst iess  Niumil   Prom  Arctic.
OVii'.BUiuiUi, Norway,     Dec.     26.—
(Special.}—The  (tret  wir.less    ilin-
tre-B Blgnal  trom  Uu*.  Arctic,    circle
3oal Act: Form  of Notice
FORT  FRASER LAND  DISTRICT
TAKK notice that. Herbert Michell
Rolston of Bella Coola, B. C, occupation Real Estate Agent, intenda
to apply for a licence to prospect
for Coal and Petroleum over the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post plantcd 160
cbains south and 40 cbains west of
the South West corner of Government
Reserve, Murray Lake, thence west
80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence south
80 chains moro or loss to point of
beginning, containing 640 acres more
or less.
HERBERT MICHELL  ROLSTON
October 19th., 1913.
John Michell Rolston, agent.
TORT FRASER LAND DISTRIOT
TAKR notice that I, C. E. Cart
'right, of Vancouver, B. C occupe
tion Civil Engineer, intends to apply
arrived  vi.hii*i*(\-...   ,  .    .    ,. ■   ,        "   '-'U'mii'im',   nncim;;  u, n\,),,y
•« np a call u\J  "Z    Z.'•••••-      \Z.ta_]ZM*    to prospect  Ior   Coal
steamer Bn
tins    Norwegian  and petroleum on the lollowing dos-
. gnvawi    .imi,    which    iB* cribed lands:—
"''■'' on the Lotodeti inlands.        |   Commencing   at a post   planted 80
nains soutli of intersection of soutii
Kennedy, Blair
& Co., Ltd.
If we were only possessed
of a fertile imagination we
could write a book on the
Kennedy-Blair Store. But being void of this accomplishment we are compelled to stick
to cold dry facts and grim
realities.
But even these have their
attractiveness when you consider the assortment of goods
we have to pick from and the
amount of money we can save
you by trading at our stores,
Here are a few things that
we are long on for young men,
and on which we intend to
give bargains : Hay and oats,
nails, stoves, including camp
comforts, heaters and cooking
ranges of all kinds ; corrugated iron roofing and tar paper,
granite and tin ware, shot
shells, coal oil, gasoline, men's
furnishings of all kinds.
Call in and examine our
stock.
Kennedy, Blair
& Co., Ltd.
FARM LAND
IN THE
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT
NECHACO VALLEY
Carefully selected land at reasonable
prices and on long terms. We own
every acre we offer for sale, and can
give guaranteed title.
R. R. WALKER, Resident Agent of the North
Coast Land Co,, Ltd.   .   South Fort George, B.C,
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
General Offices: 619 to 624 Metropolitan Bldg., Vancouver, B.C
London Office:   6 Old Jewry.
PAID-UP  CAPITAL. - - - $1,500,000.
W.   GOLDBLOO
Manufacturer and Importer
of the most original line of
Also large stock of
asici
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PHONE 15
P.O. Ill
Tlie B. C Stabl
Light and Heavy Horses for Sale and Hire.
Single and Double Driving Horses.    ,
Saddle Horses.      Good Buggies and Surncs.
Draying, Freighting and Excavating Done.
WHITE & WESTOBY     -     -     Proprietors
GENERAL CONTRACTING
We are opening a branch of our Vancouver contracting busin •
this point.   We have built several of the largest buildings in
of Vancouver.
Estimates rendered on all kinds of Contracting,
Building, Store Fronts, Counters, Etc.
REINFORCED CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY.
Matheson & Gordon
FORT GEORGE and SOUTH FORT GEORGE A FAIKUKUimu
X{^c_itui'al Association
^■osidf"1 '''  'r'.'.'inV   Equidistant
Sugg«s,s
j'roin Three
Towns.
Speak'11
meeting•>
tural « '
o; Moui''
jzatio11
Ul'E1'1'
of
ntlv at an executive
Fort george Agricul-
rlal Association, C.
,l.ent of that organ-
lhe immediate neces-
, a fair ground that
the interests of the
^]i b,eS' !ml iln' district. He said
association and
1,1 pSrtLt consideration  for   a fair
ThM    ound    There Is a suitable
»t:11,B -.idiatant from Fort
Kurt    George    and
belongng still   to the
rmnenl  whieh  I  fee'
., tiie lease of for a
ten    years—long
[j our making    the
ivements.   As & mat_
provincial authorities
value of such an in-
,Htly to be willing to
,, priCe or give us the
: is nut necessary to
What we want
grou.nl about equl
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George. ^ ■
prince <;,'",:
provincial go\
sure we can t
period   nay
eiiout''1 '" j'""
necessary Imp-
ter of fact, the
may realize Hi
ititiition sulllc
sellatanom i
land, W tbal
be considered
Isthe use of tl
H you will
port Oeorge i
see that the go
lots 1*31 and
through the s
Fort Georgi
cut oft a I
in area, w
rtich our
bas cruise*
Hat this groi
examine the map    of
and vicinity you    will
overnment lias' reserved
939.    Drawing a line
southern boundary    of
• i\\ asite  westward     is
e, eighty acres or more
i I have been over and
".vary. Mr. Jorgensen,
iu;.    Wc have    agreed
I level enough for
1 good half-mile track and is suitable
ia every w
ply for the
Wc have
had the pn
He vice-i
Lumber _
[hey will 'I
ct their s
illwenei I
tag the im
and pm up
ftttemi'*- I
cost of bu;
tor do we
deal the Hi
tuildinps.
we should
provemeni
including a water sup-
Gi irge fair grounds.
: tiihrr.    We have
•■.■in Russell Peden,
■  ul  the Northern
. iiiiili* Company, that
■   the slab by-product
ill]  im- a  fence.     So
■ to pay for the haul-
I dimension    stuff
fence.    We have not
:  estimate on the
e the complete track,
•  in spend  a great
ear on the permanent
we can make  a  good
rear's fair and add to
na warrant.
a special reason why
n this fair ground im-
a aa possible In the
When the "golden spike" is driven
on the completion of the last mile of
hack Joining the Atlantic and Pacific oceans there will be brought
before the English-speaking    world
a realizing sen *. what to us    In
Port Qeorge ivill have been anticipated, but whal ii' millions of people
Iii Eaglan'. and her dependencies,
•nd a hundred millions more in the
ljp an event sec-
^^^^^^^ only to the com-
;ion of the Panama canal. In fact,
* the two linked to-
newspapers and In
iu| hi the two new
the North American
one farthest south
 trthesl nortii—the latter affording an almost all-rail route
ch will make the
n 'special interest.
1 nl lhal we In Fort
' 'ii make most of—
do that more easily
than by showing
interior country will
;' are its natural re-
tre its opportunities
nveslment?
00 early to predict
|| Bplke will be driven,
Ion the great inilux of
' aboul the time when
1 our fair—and if we
■ certainly can   make
Fourth, I think wo Boould (!o
something to encourage the Indians
to take part in the fair i have an
idea that we can get up a good Indian feature and an exhibit which
the people from the east will be glad
to see.
Fifth, I want to try to get the Hudson's Bay Company to make an exhibit. They were the pioneers of this
country. They can, and I think they
will be, willing to eo-operate with
us.
This- is not a complete list uf what
I have in mind, but some plans are
still Immature and so may as well be
left for some future time.
In 1912 we might have offered a
prize for the best automobile that
came by road all *he way to Port
George, but that is an old story now,
when the trip is made in two days to
Ashcroft. Hut we may be in position to offer a prize for an aviation
exhibition—tlie farthest norlh, I believe, on the American continent.
Wu have some good horseflesh in
this country—both draft horses and
trotting stock; and some fust racing
ponies. These always Interest out-
people, and in my opinion we should
offer purses and prizes large enough
to bring to Fort George the best in
British Columbia—certainly the best
tli is side of Vancouver.
All this needs money.
Fortunately for the Fort George
fair we have never been in debt'—
have always kept our expenditure
within our income, and we now have
a little balance from the fair of 1913
to start the preliminary work for
1914.
I think this fact is the one which
casts tlie greatest credit upon the
management in the past and gives
the greatest assuiance of substantial
consideration from those whose interests are most served by the fair
for the future.
In the past two years we have received $500 annually from the provincial treasury. Will it be too much
to expect that we shall receive $1000
in 1914? I think not Our total
receipts for 1H12 were about $1200;
for last year we received $1420. For
1914 we should get in the way of
contributions from the government,
the various land companies and other
bodies, say $5000. With this for
running expenses and ot^er provisions for building the fair grounds I
feel that we can do this community
a world of good. It seems worth
while trying. With the co-operation
of the board of directors, to try will
mean to succeed.
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ince George!
Prince George will have a population of 15,000 in 1910. No doubt some will say we are
stretching it a point. We admit that we are very optimistic regarding the future of this
coming city, but we are sure if you will inspect the yards which the Grand Trunk are
installing at the foot of George Street in. the vicinity of the Station, which are second to
none in Canada, you will be forced to admit that we have every right to be so. The
yards only go to prove what is expected of Prince George as a railway centre.
A $65,000 hotel to be built in Prince George by local business men, on which the excavating has already started, is only the beginning of the greatest building campaign ever
witnessed in this country.
Having purchased our property direct from the Grand Trunk, we are in a position to offer
you the best prices and terms obtainable,
Our Offices are Open Every Evening.   Phone No. 4.
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FRANK W. WILSON
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public
Office : Blair Bldng., South Fort
George, B. C,
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L. P. ECKSTEIN
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Bennett Building
South Fort George,      -      B.C.
Phone 88
To the person or persons looking for good
close-in Acreage, suitable for subdivision into
Lots, I am offering for thirty days only
Ll» L__ j9j
Beautifully situated within a mile
of the business c.ntre of PRINCE
GEORGE and less than half a mile
from the Millar portion of the city.
Its north line is the southern boundary of the Bronger subdivision,
which has been on the market at
$1000 an acre and where the P. &
G. E. Ry. are likely to have considerable yardage and trackage.
The property adjoining on the
south is held by Saskatoon business
men at $800 an acre.
The new Railway and Traffic Bridge
across the Fraser River is now well
under construction, and upon its
completion this property will be as
handy to the depot as parts of the
G.T.P. townsite itself and no further away.
To the first person meaning business this property may be had on
three-year terms at
$250 Per Acre
In making this offer we do so
knowing that no property of this
kind, and at the same distance, can
be offered at these prices.
Look at the'map, and if you want
it write'or wire
1. E. HAIGHT
South Fort George.
Scientific  Masseur
JOHN FRANK
P.O. Box 44, South Fort George
«« two events work unitedly for
eWofall the people and prop-
Ill tlio -
Qeorge district
regarding   the
le/r,..:1'''1' ' "'rl we 8hould pre'
ROOMS TO RENT
AT THE
Grand Union Rooming House
NICE CLEAN BEDS
Third Street South Fort George
erty
I have
ftiraetoi
Kogra
a< this coming fair of 1<U4.
have I'"' """*''' is '^-"'culture. We
m ,£e ■»*<»" m that line in the
j. mink we can assume that
S-,      "  iUBtl00'
teoiaAjl' l'""k Wu should make a
''"'"'i in the direction of mln-
TMb Ih a new field
ta'r; but I think with
government we should
!|i> an exhibit of per-
I have some further
''ne, but these    need
"l" at this time,
"•her   and    building
11(1 of
eral r„s
'or u» i
the n
be a
manpii
'■leas
lot be
itf t,
Hat
Villi,
on thi
Bone
Third
our
•Ur fa|r j"     e ll;uI II sood exhibit a*
er"l*um'b "U",<! by the No,'th-
that ui-j "1!('"ni')lu'y. so that I feel
'   0Uh!1' lumber and building
Fresh Mutton
Meats  -
Wholesale and retail
THE B. C. MEAT MARKET
FORT OEORGE AND
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
W. H. BENNETT wishes to
announce that he will specialize
in POULTRY, VEGETABLES,
BUTTER AND EGGS during
the festive season. Corner of
Hamilton nnd Second.
FOR CLEAN SPORT GO TO
THE BON TON
Bowling Alleys
Our standard Brunuwick-Balke Alleys
afford the Delightful sport of Bowling.
LADIES' DAY.
Tuesdays pnd Fridays,  between 2 and
5, the Alleys are reserved  for Ladies.
SOFT DRINKS & CONFECTIONERY
JERGENSON & ROY
J. A. Manahan & Co.
Signs and
Decorating
Central Avenue
Port Oeorge
j. F.  CAMPBELL
CIVIL ENGINEER
British   Columbia  Land  Surveyor
LandAucnt      Timber CrulaW
R8pr„mtlW GORE-MCGREGOR, Limited
McGregor Buil.liw. Third Street, SOUTH
FORT GEORGE. B. C.
General Woodwork Shop
Store and Office Fixcures.
SHOWCASES.
Woodworking of all descriptions
—A. P. ANDERSON—
Hamilton Ave.    South Fort George
CAFE
Dinner Bill of Fare
Thursday, January 1, 1914
COLD RELISHES.
Oyster Cocktail.
Sardines on Toast. Canape Caviar Minced Onion.
Kippered Herring, Vinegarette.
SALADS.
Lobster en Mayonnaise.
Chicken Salad en Frappe. Combination Salad. Cold Slaw.
SOUPS.
Chicken Broth en Tasse.
Consomme Clear. Beef Pouillon. Cream Tomato.
Bisque of Cheese Croutons.
ENTREES.
Boiled Shoulder Lamb, Oyster Sauce.
Larded Saddle Rabbit in Cream. Salmi Duck a la Franciere.
Chicken Pot Pie, German Egg Dumplings.
Breaded Lamb Chops a la Nelson.
Pineapple Fritter, Wine Sauce. Creamed Macaroni en Cheese.
Chicken Patties a la Francaise.
Pate de foi Gras, Omelette Green Peas.
Cold Chicken, Aspic Jelly.
Salmon Cutlets, Anchovy Sauce.      Wiener Schnitzel a la Holsteine.
ROAST.
Young Alberta Turkey, Cranberry Sauce.
Domestic Duck, Apple Sauce.
Prime Ribs Beef au Jus. Young Lamb, Mint Sauce.
Leg of Young Stuffed Pork, Apple Sauce.
VEGETABLES.
Sweet Potatoes, Southern Style. Brown Potatoes.
Mashed Potatoes.   Steamed Potatoes.   Boiled Potatoes en Cream.
Boiled Onions en Cream.      String Beans.      Garden Peas.
Stewed Sugar Corn. Young Carrots en Cream.
Stewed Tomatoes. Asparagus Tips, Drawn Butter.
DESSERT.
Plum Pudding, Hard and Brandy Sauce.
Pies: Apple.      Mince.       Raisin.       Boston Cream.        Pumpkin.
Custard. Cranberry. Lemon Meringue.
Cakes: Fruit. Citron. Jelly Tarts. Scotch Shortbread.
Layer Cakes.      Coeoanut.      Maple.       Chocolate.
Jelly Roll. Boston Cream Puffs.
.  Fruit: Pineapple. Raspberries. Strawberries. Peaches.
.. City Garage..
All kinds of Gas Engines repaired.
Cars stored at reasonable rates.
Gasoline, Oils and Automobile Sundries.
Phone 57      HARRY COUTTS, Prop.
UNION REALTY CO.
Have anything in the way of Land that
you want in this district.
Our Prices Are Right. Our Terms Are Best.
While no better than others, we can give
as good a deal as can be had.
Write or wire for weekly price list.
Union Realty Co. or I. E. Haight & Co. All Luk, Well Known i» Cariboo, Arrives in City Loaded With
<ii)lil Dust.
Vancouver, Dec, 27.—Among the
applications for citizenship papers,
which will come up Tor consideration during the next few days is one
of a Chinaman, Ah Luk by    name,
who probably is one o
f the most in-
Stewart Brothers Moved Eight Hun*
drecl Thousand Yards of Rock
and Karth.
]   \ I11H1   !■ .'' U.    \   .,    Oil
tends  in  upply   for
| cliase tin* fi How i'il,
Comtni ncing at a
[ \.l-:.  bunk  of tlle  I-1
j mllos upstream  froi
:| u  miles east, marl.
ner, thence cast 80 i
ui   ii
h • i
pur-
nsl ■ li ni ' mi the
.... ,.,er, uuout 111
Port Graham and
1 T. W.'s s.W. cor-
latns, thence north
teresting characters in the province.
Until a few days ago few persons
knew lhat Ah Luk ever existed. But
he came into the city loaded with
gold dust, nuggets and furs, and a
Btorj strange in these days, for he
had nm even seen a street car, elec-
hic lights, motor cars, nor anything
at all modern, but for thirty-four
years he lived in the Cariboo-and
Omineca mining districts, much of
that time absolutely by himself. And
his object in making the long trip
id civilizatii n at this time is to heroine a Canadian citizen, as he never
Inti nils to return to China.
Perhaps one of the most binding
ties which made for his decision
never in return to his native land
^ iS   the   fact that he has a native
fe. Eleven years ago he was smitten with the charms of Josephine of
the Babines, and Josephine fell in
love with the lonely Chinese miner,
so they hurried them to a priest and
have since lived in a log cabin at the
moutii of Germantown creek, in a
cabin built by Ah Luk on placer
ground, which lie lias mined every
summer for tlie past eleven years
with more or less luck.
"Luk" came to Victoria when 17
years old, remained in Victoria for
ten days, then started for the Cariboo, lie toiled along the old Cariboo
trail to the mouth of the Quesnello
river, wliere he lived for twelve
years and then crossed into the Babine by way of Stewart and Tecla
lakes. He lirst mined on Tom creek,
then went to Vital creek, here taking out in one season $11,000 in
gold. This ground now is owned by
a local syndicate. He was on this
creek for eleven years, and seven
bum winters he put in absolutely
alone with no company but a dog.
Now he Is settled on Germantown
creek and says he will remain for "I
mally Siwash," as he expressed it
yesterday.
When Luk starts back home
sometime within the next few days
he will go to old Hazelton, then start
on a long mush of 187 miles to his
cnbin and family. He will carry on
his back food enough to last him
over the hard trail. Asked how long
he expected it would take him to
mush the distance he replied that
"him sloft snow tak'm long."
Luk since arriving in Vancouver
hns fairly revelled in the low cost of
living. Bacon, where he comes from,
costs 75 cents a pound; sugar, 3
pounds for ?1; flour, $26 per hundred; rice, $30 per hundred—and
this is the worat of all the high cost
of living for him, Luk says. It costs
20 cents a pound to got supplies to
Germantown creek, and that explains
why things are so high when they
get there. The settlement where
Luk lives has a population of eight
white men, Luk, Mrs. Luk, young
Luk and nineteen dogs.
During the summer months Luk
mines the gravel and extracts in the
primitive way the glittering grains
of gold. He doesn't remain idle in
the winter and really makes more
money then than In the summer for
he is a skilful trapper. For bear he
gets from $'3 to $15; mink, $4 to
$7; marten, $8 to $10; otter, $12;
beaver, $6 to $7, and fox from $100
to $200.
Therefore Ah Luk expressed great
satisfaction with Canada and for
mniiv reasons lie wants to become a
citizen and hns had his papers duly
mule out.
The camp of Stewart Bros., at
Burns Lake is now closed. The contract was completed this week and
steel is laid over the entire work,
says the Omineca Herald. When
Dan Stewart left on Wednesday
there was only a couple of days'
work to do, and even then part of
the plant had been packed and
shipped to the Fraser Lake contract.
Since last April Stewart Bros, have
moved over 800,000 yards of rock
and earth and had on the payroll an
average of 400 men. They were
ten months on the contract and
everything was kept on the jump all
the time. Besides the big force of
men there were several steam shovels and several donkey engines.
j sii chains, thence west *>u
I south  SO  cluii:
ment, eontalnl
ns,  thenee
poim  of eoinnit iire-
640  ael'es,   more ol* less.
THOMAS WILSON.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated 21st July, 1913,	
rort George Land District.    DiBtrlct of
Feace Biver.
TAKE notiee that Mch in Hill of Vaneouver, B. '.'., occupation teamster, intends to annly for permission to purchase the ioUowing deserihed lamls:
Commencing at a posi planted on the
NM-:. hank of the Finlay river, nhonl 19
miles upstream from Fort Graham ami
2*^ miles easl, marli.d M. H.'s S.W. corner, thence east sn chains, thenee nortli
80 ehalns, Ihenee wesl sn ehnins, tbence
south sn ehains to poini of commencement! eontaining 640 acres, more or less,
MELVIN GILL.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st July,  1913.
er,
(J
.occupation lahorer, in-
or   iiermission   to  purcliase the following desoribed lands:
N   •    InnT'fV .A*1 "limt("1 "»  the
.VI..  hank of the  I-inlay river, about  17
""les upstream iron, Fort Graham ah.
marked J. W.'s n.w.
ast SO ehalns, thenee
south Sll ehains, thenee west Sll ehnins.
i" nee north SO chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more
or less.
JOSEPH WHITE,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st July, 1913,
three   mi
eorner,    (lien
VnneoiiveiWn-.'-niVn'i'i1,,,''"]1", All,lers.,
tends to apply for n„,ho,a ' •"''*"i
l'T" ""' following ZZZi'l "'
Commencine at a post pl
N.E
m
ft h;u"! '"' "»e Hi ay   h,'I"'V,"1,'1
ob upstream from Fort &  ''""" ll
-o-  mile easl,  marked        ,  ",!!"'»i
"''■'•  I'"-nee easi 80 chain.  V? S'W-
sn ehnins, thence west ij   ■'"''" '
south  Sl
ment. eont;
Hated
U"K to  tu of
ting it in acreH J
JOHN   U
JOHN M
I'KltSi
ntPd 22nd July, 1913,
NELL,
Port George Lard  District.    DiBtrict of
Peace River.
TAKK notice innt  Patrick James Mo-
Govern of Vancouver,  B. C, occupation
teamster,   int.-nds   to  apply   for  permission to purchase the following described
lnnds:
Commencing at a post planted on the
Port Oeorge Land DiBtrict.    District of  ,\.h. bank of the Finlay river, about  19 j
Peace River. miles upstream  from  Fori Graham and
TAKI-; notice that William Williams! p., miles east, marked P. .1 McG.'s s.W.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation railway corner, thence enst sn elmins, thence
fireman, intends to apply for permission north B0 ehains thei.ee west SO chainB,
to purehase the following described tiience south SO chains to point of corn-
lands: mencement,  containing 010  acres,   more
Commencing at a post planted on  the j0|-  jess
N.E. lmnk of the  Finlay river, about 171 PATRICK  JAMES  McGOVERN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
tinted '.'1st July, 1913.
mih s upstream irom Fort Graham and
mnrked \V. W.'s S.E. eorner, thenee
nortii Ml ehains, thenee west 2i> ehains,
more or less, to the river, thence following the course of the river to point
of commencement, contnining 160 acres,
more or less.
WILLI A JI WILLIAMS.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st July, 1913.
Port George Land District.    District of
Peace River.
TAKE notice that John Foley of Vancouver, B. C, occupation foreman, intends to apply for permission to purchase tlie following deserihed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on ihe
N'.E. hank of the Finlay river, ahout 19
miles upstream from Fort Graliam and
marked .1. K.'s N.W. eorner, thenee enst
40 ehains, thenee soutii SO ehains, thence
west 20 chains, more or less, to the
river, thenee following the course of the
river to point of commencement, containing ;t20 acres, more nr less.
JOHN FOLEY.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated Cist July, 1913.
Port Georje I.and D'strlct.    DiBtrict of
Peace River.
TAKE  notice   that   Henry   Eggley  of
Vancouver, K. _., occupation Ironworker,
intends to apply for iiermission to purchase Iiie following deserihed lands:
Commencing nt a post planted on Ihe
N.E. hank of tho Finlay river, about 17
miles upstream from Fort Grnhnm and
and lour miles enst. mnrked 11. K.'s N.W.
corner, thence enst SO chains, thence
soulh sii chains, Uienee west sn ehnins,
thenee norlli 80 chains to polnl of commencement, containing 640 acres, more
or less.
HENRI'  EGGLEY,
.lulIX MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st July, 1913,
Port Goorge Land Diatrlct.    District of
Peace River.
TAKE nolice lhat Archie Buchanan Of
Vancouver,    occupation    Bteam    shovel
foreman, intends to apply for permission
tO purchnse the following deserihed
Inmls:
Commencing at a post plnnted on lhe
NM-:. bank of the Finlay river, ahout 17
mils upstream from Fort Graham and
five mllea cnst, marked A. H.'s N.W. corner, thence ensl sn chains, thence soutli
mi chains,  tlicnce w.-st   *.n ehains, thenee
north sn chains to point  of commen	
ment, containing 640 acres, more or h ss.
ARCHIE  BUCHANAN.
,|o||V  MacDONELL, Agent.
Dnted 21st July, 1913.	
Fnrt
Fott Georje Land District.    District of Port Qt,0Igc ^a District.    District of
*,*.,-,■       ,.PeT?e,R.r°r-         ,,    ,       , Peace River.
IAKK  notice   that    1 nomas   Doyle   of TAKE nolice that  Martin O.  Lund of
\ ancouver,   B.  i .,  occupation   teamster, Vancouver,  occupation   chef,  iniends  to
intends  to apply   for permission  to pur- apply   for   permission    to   purchase   the
chase the following descrihed Inn.Is: following deserihed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the Commencing at n post plnnted on the
N'.E. bank of the Finlay rner. about 10 NK banl, „,- tl,,. nninv river, about IT
miles  upstream   from   Fort   Graham  and ' mil, s  „pstreani   from   Fori   Graham  and
■   '■   tast,  marked  T,  I'.'s s.W.  cor- five miles east,  m  rked  M   O. L.'s S.W.
Port George Land District    ,.- .
TAKK nolice that'David FldS.**?* '
couver, occupntion ,.,,'.:''' '',"' Vt
apply   for   permission   to  ,',;„      "is
following deserihed lands' '"  ll
Comnieneing at a post nlam, i
N.E. hank of the Plnla,       !'"'}„"" *
miles upstream fro
murked  11.  K.'s S.W
SU chnins, Ihcnce north"
west   Sll   ehnins,   mor  t      	
river, thence following t...-
river   to   point   of  commenced on °f lli
taining tiio acres, mor ■ \, -l
DAVID EL
JOHN MacDONELI
Dated 22nd July, 1913. '
iteel o
■i, nl..
Port  George Land DiBtrict.   Distri-..
Peace River '
TAKK nolice that Arthur s p,, ..
Vancouver, occupation broliei h .,.' '
npply for permission to ,,,,'.". ''
following described lands:
Commencing at a post p
N.K. bank of the Finlay r
miles upstream from i
murked A. S. I'.'s N.W. i
ensl Sn ehnins, soutli 80 i
ehains, more or less, to tin
following the course of the
of commencement, contain
more or less.
ARTHUR
JOHN .1 11 i
Dnted 22nd Julv, 1913.
nl
mile
ner. thenoe east  SO ciinius. thenee north
SO eliains, thence west  80 clmins. tie nee
south  SO  ehains  to  point  of commen	
ment, containing 640 acres, more or less.
THOMAS DOYLE.
JOHN Mncln INELL, Agent
Dated 21st Julv,  1913,
■in r, thi ue" eaet 80 chains, tiience
rth 80 chains, thence west Sn chuins,
ncc south SO .hnins to point of com-
■ncement,   containing   640  acres,  more
less.
MARTIN O. LUND.
Ji IHN MacDONELL, Agent.
ted 21st July, 1913.
Fort George Land District.    DiBtrict of   PoU George -.mid D.strict.    District of
Port George Land District.    District of
Peace River.
TAKK notice that George Morrison of
Vaneouver, occupation foreman, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on ttie
N.E. hank of the Finlay river, ahout 19
ndhs upstream from Fort Graham and
% mile east, mnrked G. M.'s N.W, corner, thenee east SO chains, thence south
sn cliains, tiience west SO cliains, thenee
nortii SO ehalns to point of commence-
njent, containing 040 acres, more or less.
GEORGE MORRISON.
JOHN* MacDONELL, Agent
Hated 21st Julv, 1913.
Peace River
TAKK notice  Hint  Wilfred  M.  Rutherford of Vancouver, ocenpntion salesman,
intends  to apply  for permission  to  purchase  the  following descrihed  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
NM:. hank of the Finlay river, about 16
miles upstream from Fori Graham and
two miles ensi, marked W. M, I'.'s s.W
enrner. tin nee east 80 eliains. thence
north 80 cliains. iheuce west 80 chains.
thenee south sn chains to point of commencement, conlaining 040 acres, more
or less.
WILFRED  M.   RUTHERFORD,
Peace River
TAKK notice that John Stevenson of
Vancouver, occupation bollermaker, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 17
mil. s upstream from Fort Grnhnm and
four miles enst. marked .1. S.'s S.W. cornet-, thence easl 80 chains, thence norlh
80 chains, thence west sii eliains, tiience
souih sn ehnins to point of commencement, containing 640 neres. more or less.
JOHN STEVENSON.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Port George Land District.
Peace River.
TAKF. notiee thnl John
Vnncouver, Occupation inns
intends to apply for permit
chase the following deserlbi
Commencing at n posl pl
N.E.  hunk of the  Finlay rh
miles  upstream  from  Fori
on.- mile east,  marked J   i
ner. thenee ensl  80 i h ill
SO chains, thenee west 80 i
north   sli  chuins   to  poini  ci
ment, containing ti in ner. b,
JOHN
.mux MacD i>
Dated 22nd July, 1913.
District i
Cockto
•a' niai
sion lo
1 lands:'
n|
Dated
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.   |1|lte,i  -ist July, 1913.
12nd July, 1913.
:__.-. '     ' '    '■=,' .  . .—_,.4.„-r~:>   Fort George Land District.    District of
Port George Land District.    District of, s      pBace River
Peace River.
TAKK  nolice   that   Harry   N.   Chenlel
Peace River,
TAKI'. notice that William .Morrison
Of Vancouver, occupntion miner, intends
to apnlv for permission to purchase the
following descrihed lands:
Commencing at n post planted on the
N.E. hank  of the  Finlay  rher. ahout 1"
Port  George Land District.    District
Peace River.
TAKF, nolice that Verier V). Dennl
of Vancouver, occupatioi broker Intel
to apply for permissioi > ■
following described lam
Commencing at a pot
N.E. bank of the Finln
miles upstream from l
two miles east, marki I '. ' I1 .- N"
corner, thence easl 50 - lins theij
south 80 chnins. I! i ni e west SO i il|
tiience north 80 chains [ I lit ot co]
mencement, eontaining 010 ,
or less.
VERNON D
.MUX Mi
Dated 22nd Julv. 1913
■I'
■^ort George Land District.    DiBtrict of
Peace River.
TAKE notice that James Green of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation teamster,
Intends to apply for permission to purehuse the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
X.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 19
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
'-12 mile east, marked J. G.'s N.W. corner, thenee east SO chains, tiience south
SO ohains, thence west 80 eliains, thence
"orth 80 eliains to point of commence-
•nent, containing 640 acres, more or less.
JAMES GREEN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Hated 21st Julv, 1913.
OITOSKI) TO ESTIMATES
Liberal Weekly Says That  Party   in
Britain Will Not Support
\avul Policy.
London, Dec. 26.— (Special.) —
The British naval policy ls severely
criticized by the Liberal weekly review, the Nation, which says that
Inflated estimates were never put
forward with less justification or less
proscpet of popularity. It adds that
the feeling of the Liberals who are
opposed to the estimates is absolute
and firm.
Port George Land District.    District of
Fence River.
TAKE notice that Peter Rnardman of
Vaneouver, B. C, occupation laborer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following descrihed lands:
Commeneing at a. pbst planted on thc
N.E, hank of the Finlny river, ahout 19
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
1'k miles east, marked P. B.'s N.W. corner, thence east SO chains, thenee south
80 ohalns, thenee west SO chains, thenee
north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 610 acres, more or less.
PETER BOARDMAN.
JOHX MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st July, 1913.
thn
mn
st. marked  W.  M
corner,   them ast    SO   chnins.
north mi chnins.  thence  west  80
thenee soutli  sn ehnins  to point
mencement,  containing  610  aci e
.W.
thenc.
ehnins
Dated
WILLIAM  MORRISON.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
st July,  1918.
of Vancouver, occupation painter, intends to npplv for permission to purchase the following ilcscrihcil lands:
Commencing nt a post planted on the
N.K. -hank of the  Finlnv  rivcr,  ahout   15, .   ,	
miles  upstr.am   from   Fort Graham  and   !l1"ks !!):,;.
one   mile  east,   marked   II.   N.   C.'S   S.W,
eorner,    thence   ensl    80   clmins.    thenci
north  80 chnins.  thenci   west  80 chains
thence south 80 chains to point of com*
mencement,  containing  6-10  acres,  mon
or less.
HARRY X. CHENIER.
JOHN MacDQNELL, Agent
Dated 22nd Julv, 1913. 	
Pwt George Land District.    District of   Tort George Land District.    Diltrict of
Peace River Peace River.
TAKF. notice that Frank Charles Nor- TAKE notice that Henry W. McGregor
heck of Vancouver, occupation broker, of Vancouver B. C. ocenpntion timber
intends to apply  for  permission  to pur-   ciulser,   ntends to apply  for l'''''"iisslon , ,     ,-,
chase the followim,- descrihed lam!:-: to    purchnse     the    lollowing    described 1'JJ    „.,,„„.
Coinmencing al a posl  planted on  the  lands:
N.K. hank of the Finlny river, nhonl  15      Commencing at a
miles    upstream     from     Fort     G,:,:,;,„i, , -Vl'- hank  ol   the  1- inlay river, ahout  1
marked  F.  C.  N.'s  S.W.  corner,   thence  miles upstream  from Eprt
east   80   chains,   thence   north   north   80   two   mlles   east,   nmrkeil   11
chains,   thenee  west   di   chains,   thence  »•«•   corner,    tnence    east
south 80 ehains to point of commence-   thence north  80 ehalns,  the	
Oln acres, more or less. ! ehnins,   thence soutn   sn chains  lo  point
Port  George Land District.    District
Peace River
TAKF. "notice  that   Gi
of   Vancouver,   occupati i
lends   to   apply   for  pern
chase lhe following (lc
Fort   Graham  and    N,'"  bank .,1   (he I-1  1.
■ mih s upstream trom i*i
three   miles   east,   marl i '
corner,   thence   east   v"
south  80 chnius.  tl em e .
ihcnce north 80 i halns '
mencement, i ontaining 6
GF.ollGE  RL
JOHN MacDONELL,
Dnted 22nd July, 1913.
IIPORD
Port George Land District.    Diltrict
Peace River.
TAKE notioe that Jan ■■
of Vnncouver, occupati. •
lollowing
ost planted on the
ment. containing
FRANK  CHARLES  NORBECK.     | "I   cc
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent   more
Dated 22nd July. 1918.
Irnhnin  and
W.   McG.'s
si)    chains.
lience*  west  80
halns t
■mint,  containing  I! hi act
henry w. McGregor.
.  ..- . ■ ,-.   .     . JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Port George Land District.    District of) r ,.,,,* .,,„.   hjiv   join
re?cc River I    ' *• '     __ ' ,	
TAKE  notiee    that   Ge'irge    Xash   of! Port George Land District.    District of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation tailor, in-      ,„,,.,,      „ ^■™'01   „    , ,..„,
tends   to   apply   lor   permission   to   pur-;   JA.™..f!.'.'.1.!''.'.'..!!,\,lt.:l:.'';.''..S,!    im.lLV to
rchase   the
Port George Land DiBtrict.    District of
Peace River.
TAKE notice that William Wilson of
Vancouver, 11. C, occupation laborer. Intends to apply for permission to purchase  the   following deserihed  lands: ■
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlny river, about 19
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
3_ miles ea.st, marked W. W.'s N.W.
corner, thence east 81) chains, thenee
couth 80 chains, thence west SO chains,
'hence nortb 80 chains tn point of commencement, containing 640 ucres, more
or less.
WILLIAM WILSON.
JOHX MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st Julv, 1913.
chn.se   the  following di
Commeneing at  a  pos
N.E. bank of the Finlay
miles upstream  fi i  I-
ribed  lunds:
plnnt.-I on   the
ver. ahout 16_
t  Graham  and
imi r, il
ine north
elmins.   more
lice    tollowillg
point of com-
i   acres,   more
Port George Land Distriot.   Distriot of
Peace River,
TAKE notice that William Chamberlain of Vancouver, occupation laborer,
iiftends tn apply for permission to pur-
■hase the following descrilied lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
■'.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 19
niles upstream from Fort Gralinm and
I _ miles east, marked W. C.'s N.W.
eorner, thence east 80 chains, thenee
south 80 ehains, thenee west 80 ehains,
thence north 80 cliains to point of commencement, containing (MO acres, more
or less.
WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st July, 1913.
marked G. N.'s S.l
-10 ehains, thence wes
or less, to the river,
the course of the rlvei
mencement, containing
or less.
JOHN M-cl IONELL, Aeent.
GEORGE XASH.
Dated 32nd July, 1913.
Port George  I.and  District.    District of
Peace River.
TAKK  notice   that   .lohn   P.   Smith   nf
Vnncouver.   B.  C, occupation  bricklayer,
Intends to noi Iv  for perniission   tn  purchnse the following descrihed lands:
Commencing at  n  nost   plantc I  "ii   lhe
I N.E. bank of the Finlay river, ahout 17
mibs    upstream    from    Fort    Graham,
marked   .1.   P.   S.'s   N.W,   corner.   Ihenee
enst  SO  ehalns,   thenee  south   80  chains,
thenee  wesl   SO  ehains.   more  or less,   lo
Ihe   river,   thence   following   the   course
of the river to point of eommencement,
enntaining C-IO acres, more or less.
JOHX P   SMITH.
JOHX MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated  ilsl  Julv, 11113.      	
TAKIO not
couver, occupntion  gnrdi
apply   for   pe: mission   ti
toilowing descrihed  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. haul, of tl
cnase the following di sci
Conimencing at B  I1"
N.E, bank of the Flnlos
miles  upstream  frnm   I   ■'' /,'
four miles east, mnrki I 1
corner,    thencc   easl    50
south  sn chains,  them i
Ihenee north  sn chains  I
mencement,  containing   "
'"' ,''SS- JAMES   W    11  )}»■
JOHX MacDOM
Dated 22nd Julv.  1913
Port George Land DiBtrict
Peace River,
TAKIO notice that Bi rl  I
couver.  oecupatiun  olgai   "
to apply Cor permission tn
following descrihed lands
Commencing,at n pos I
i'vei" about'13| N.E. bank of the  linhi
...lies upstream from
the miles enst. marki
ner, (hence east **" c
sn chains, thence wesi
north   SO  ehalns   to I"
ment, containing 640 a
Diltrict
,.!,- Of Vl
JOHX Mi
Dated 22nd July. I91j
Two Vessels Are Hate.
Ottawa,    Dec.     26.— (Special.) —
Word has been  rocp.lved  In  Ottawa
Port Oeorge Land District.    Distriot of
Peace River.
TAKE notiee that Hugh Smith Main
of Vancouver, n. C oeeiipntion teamster,
Intends to npply for permission to purchase the following descrihed lunds:
Commeneing at a post plnnted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlav river, nbout 19
miles upstream from Fort Grnhnm nnd
t.V/  miles east, marked 11.  S.  M.'s N.W. | Iwo mi
miles upstream from Fort Grnham and
five miles ensl. marki d .1. S.'s S.W. corner, theuce eust 80 chains, thenee north
80 i hains,  thence west  so ohalns, llience
smilh   80  chains  to  point   of commei -
mini, containing Ola acres, more or less,
JOHN SHAW.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
11 ■', a  ■:i.,l July, 1013, 	
Port"owr.-" Land District.    Distriot of ! Pert George Land Distriot
Peace River. „..,.,,      ,,      ,i,„,   pnul
takio  notice  that James  Sutherland!    take notice I   n   .
of   Vancouver,   occupation   painter,   intends   lo  upply   for   permission   to  purchase the following described  Inmls:
Commencing at a posl planted on the
N.E. hank of lhe Finlay river, ahout 18
iniles upstream from Fori Graham end
four iniles enst, mnrked J. S.'s S.W.
coiner, thencc east su chains, thence
noith sn chuins, thenee- west 80 ehulns,
thenci' soulh sn ehnins lo polnl of commencement,   eontaining   010  acres,   more
Diltrict
ok,
!'   VI
to «
he f
orner,   thenee   east    SO    chains,    thenee
Port George Land District.    District of
Feace River.
TAKE nnliee that Charles II. Wesllcv
of Vancouver, occupation logger, Intends
lo npplv   for permission  to purclinsc  the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlav river, about I I
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
one mile ensl, marked C, B. W.'s N.W.
corner, thence east sa chains, Ihenee
soutii Sll chains. Ihcnce west B0 chains,
thenee north sn chains to polnl of commencement, conlaining Ilia acres, more
or less.
CHARLES   B.   WESTLEY.
JOHX MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 2lsl  July. 10L3._ _
Port George Land District.    DiBtrict of
Peace K'vor.
TAKE notice that Thomas Adam Anderson of Vancouver, occupation carpenter. Intends to npplv for permission to
purchase  the  following described  lands:
Commencing al   a  post   planted on  the
nf. lmnk of the Finlay river, about 1"
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
ist, marked T.   \. A.'s N.W.
trom the Arctic lolline of the safetv 1 m'1"1' R0 ''bains, thence wesl 80 c-hnlns,
nt  iv,o   ni    , "°B OI U1B Ba'ely    Ihenee north 80 ehulns to point of corn
eal  im Alaska  and  the Mary  Sachs,   mencement,   containing  mil  acrcs,   mon
two  vessels  ot   Stetansson's  expedi-   °'' ,e""'
tion '
st     Sll
tlil-1
HUGH SMITH  MAIN'.
_   , JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated 21st July, 1913.
corner, thence'
south sn chains, thence west sn chains,
thenee north 80 chnins to point • >l' commencement, eontnlniiiK ma acres, moro
or less.
THOMAS ADAM  ANDERSON.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st  July,  1918.
or less.
JAMES SUTHERLAND.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Paled 22nd July, 1013.
Port George Land District.    Distriot of
Peace River.
TAKIO nolice that Joseph Whlteman
of Vancouver, occupalion loggia', Iniends
tei apply for permission to purehuse the
following described lnnds:
Commencing at a imsl planted on the
X.I0. hank of the Finlay river kIkiu! 13
miles upstream from Fort Grnhnm und
three miles cusl, murked ,1. W.'s S.W.
eorner. thence ensl sn ehulns, thence
norlh SO chains, llience west 80 chnins,
thenee. .soutli so chains to point of commencement   containing   mil   acres   more
JOSEPH WIIITIOMAN.
JOHN' MacDONELL, Agent.
Dnted 22nd July. 1013,	
Port George Land District. District of
Peace River.
TAKIO notice Hint Willinm Smilh of
Vancouver, occupation tenmsier, Intends
in annlv for permission to purchnse the
following described lands:
Commencing at n posl planted on the
N.E hank of the Finlny riven', nbout 18
miles, upstream from Fori Grnhnm nml
two miles nisi, marked W. S.'s S.W. corner thenco eust SO ehnins, Ihenee north
80 ehnins, Ihenee wcsl Sll ehulns. Ihenee
souii, 80 chains to p'dni of commencement, containing Olu acres, more or less.
WILLIAM SMITH.
JOHX MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 22nd July,  1913;
W ''I
,. mil
thei
TAK10  noti
couver.   occupation
ply   for  permission  to I	
lowing descrihed lands.
Commencing at a p«si     "
N.E. hank of the i<inlay i  >'■
mibs  upstream  from 1'ori   ■
five miles easl. marked I    «
ner, thence ensl su cnain ,
Sll ehulns, thenee west -9   ' '
south  sn  chains  to point  i"
ment, contuining 040 flcreSpA*
JOHN MacDONK-LL, _■'
Dated 22nd July, 1913. Dlatrict
Port Oeorge Land dittrict.
Peace Rivet.        .,..irtv
TAKE not  that nanlelN    ,.,„,
Vaucouver,   occupation   n
to apply tor i»'.i;"".s:;!";'J  '
following describeil  lands.
Commencing at a post pW
N.E. hank of the PlnlM     \ .
miles upstream from Foit
four miles ensl, marked
eorner,   thence   east   so
north  SO chains,  thei	
■\
f,' I
in i
out
m n
thei
Ihcnce south 80 chains to
mencement, containing '"
W'Sl
to poh
or less.
urn'.
DANIEL  Vi'1
JOHX MneDoM-l
Dated 22nd July. l__j:      -      mMlA
FortGeorge Land District.
Peace River. ]„•*,
TAKE  notice  that ^™^,„,.   inter]
Vancouver,  occupation  nu
to apply for l"'.nnb<;; ' » '.
following described lanoi
Conunencing at a post    '
N.E,  hank of the  >'l,ll; !,„!,' ,
miles upstream "'""' '..'V t   S.'s Bj
throe   miles   cast,   nmr  e. „„.
corner,   thence   east   80  emu   . [.h,ll,
nortii  80  ehulns,  thencc•       ■  ,,,- ,,
thence south so chains to l ,,-(
mencement, oontalnlng om
DNOVvl
,i iN'
oi   .ess. T,,M  j-j.,,,,.
JOHN MacDONELL.
Dnted 22nd July* 1913 DoiMi, v-"1"'
ri"'- "'•"jnm'wiien He dot.
Tast.
With ll"'""':
"* '"Z* of Weed.
Del
A; asafe-
I.u-le' ."   ", , ,,,'kB from bears, L.
trapper and
Idaho. recommends
u'sly    distributed    in
,j{eta of one's wearing
,'';;; 3UPport of _n con-
pia'f *»
R, C'iaSI
tmitfi' o
ioW0 J
ni I1'
apparei,
Mil*"1 rl'
from
ijciin? ni
remarkable escape
Bh ,| by a cinnamon
.,serve near Coolin,
is spending    a    few
Ue did not come out
I ,r unscathed, for he
, ■,,,ui)ii iu his rigi -
,,,  .lie teeth    of   the
si i/eral    marks   of
,,,,] teeth on his hands
wing a game path up
,, <■ he says, "and
., .j,,. trail made an
round a fallen tree J
i I, .- cinnamon corn-
peed. The bear
Ite nil of the stomach
■ ng me into the
,;     knocking   the
...     Before   I   could
ibbeil   my   thigh    and
ii  with all the force
. to get my hand
. • where I had  a
i, || the bear had me
ghl  resting   on
ii    mid not  raise my-
mv nips, ■'" •
|tU far enough mi  the ground    to
reach the gun.
,. iii  were setting
gh all the time,
vi :i myself up for
h !.!> released his
his haunches and
.unl drool, like a
i his throat.     He
,i few seconds,
el and started up
isl as he could
• :.    better    speed
.- down,
- know what had
ase his hold, but
lining my wounds
i plug of chewing
el     had    been
the bear's mol-
■ Into his mouth
i ausing him   t(^
iD the f'"-"'!l
The ti'"'1"'1
«sl«BuUe]
ci the encou
I, still •>urs''
lip, inllicteU
tear, and ">>
prutn's claws
and arms-
„• was i"'11
, .j-. niounta n
atapii"1 •••"
ikipi tlli" ll
(ollldeil villi
HI do" al :
struck in"!11 '
ffith his head
idergrowth
I breath out ol
recover lie .-:
I eioun on
I of his JJ;^    :
| into my i] !l"
all revolver,
I on my !l
"The ai
I Jeeper inl
I and I:. ■!
I jonf '■'■'"•''
hold, set '
I began lo
dog with
■oritur.!' i
Hen rose
He momr
I travel, ma
[ was i-
I caused
I rten:
I [round to a ;
I tn, and ha\
I had made bin
I lit Die go,
"Hereaftei
I wis 1 am
Itarnis and
llotchewlo
|_AITI-:i) 11
1 go into the
to discard my
all my    pockets
MIXED  FARMING
|C_tliH piuii   Demonstrates   That
Bulkley Valley Has Great
Possibilities.
Smithi i
Killer card
I over th.- pasl I
Bl Chicken I.
Pries Peu-i
I'teion thai ■
piderlullj
H" has
Pries Sauiuli:
tjitimental
I H-UltS h-  I
|Wr was
Jli, ripe on \,
Itoihcii aini i
P field ofr
lilies ol wheai
ltlr!l)-, .,,,,,
Ml Mr p ■■
Btiklej vail,.,
WiorMa, i
IWi needed i
Bl Block can
llonie ra-n-i
Ve
mlables ii
Nth   prop,
'•arm.   m_.
'■ carrots  -
P»to   ■„,,.-,
IS- ,mul„,
f>' grow
_J! »mothy ■*-,,.„.
'^S IWC'lvi,   I
JP****,   Dec
'N ,,,,,,,,
J^ Br,i,.i
le**     ,'!
tzZ'-
Pike
I bi
1 habitB f0l
J"«Wor,*
29,     (Special.) —
i.ini'iits extending
■   rs on hia ranch
near    Smithers,
1   'llie  to  thc con-
kley Valley    is
. for mixed farm-
reported    to    Dr.
of the Central E\-
'  Ottawa   on   the
mplished, and his
* in win the con-
S itindera.
April  26 of   this
ith il out by July
'  24,   and    when
ii d gave a splen-
' lain, other varl-
well ns   oats and
ic cesBfully grown,
nol expect    the
compete with Al-
in wheat growing,
' lias shown    that
- eding and fatten-
'iciwn readily    on
iny kinds grew to
: tiona on Mr. Petals, Swedish turnips, heels, peas,
"'' and potatoes
"»■ None better
iy where.
splendid showing,
"" his farm stalks
'•■el    high    with
fifteen inches long.
I'ISII  SUPPLY
30.—To encour-
e halibut fisheries
lumhia const, the
! Canada decided
"ng just held to
r Investigation In-
1 "upply nnd com-
1 the halibut. Fol-
■•lon of this work
>Pte_ to conservo
food fish   In   the
in
the
the
apply   for  permission   tu
Folowlng described landB:
Con ncing at a  posl   Dlanl
S.E.  bank of the  Finla      ,,      ''
miles    upstream    rrmn    \ ,„, ' ,'.'."
marked J, K.'s N.W. cornei   	
80 chaina, thence soul
west 10 cliains more i
tiience following the
to   point   nf  commencement," coenTalVliTe
ISO acres, more en- less, *
•IAMES  KEL1 1 V
JOHX MacDONELL      e-„t
Dated 23rd July, 1913. s
" cnains, ii.,
' ss  tie  II,,.   ,j
'"  hi\it, pecupauon nutci cleric, inten '"ply for pi emission tn pur-
chost   i.       Uowing di scribed lands:
ColnmuAag at a post planted nn the
-'■ I-., bam*, rn the I inlay river, about 11
milei upstream frmu Fort Graham,
marked   I..   McL.'s  N.W.  corner,   thence
'"■<■ I   •" chains,  tl ie south  so cliains,
thencc wesl 20 chains, more or les*, te,
river, thence following the course of
river to point of—commencement, containing   Imi ucres,  im.i' ■ loss
I. VUCHL \>' M.CLEOD.
.mux MacDONELL, Agent,
Date .1 23rd July,  1913.
Fort George Land District.    District of
Peace River
TAKI*:   notice   thai    Michael    i*-,,, 1.1-'
Ryan     of     Vane,uivcr,      piiUon    in
gineer. Intends to applv for permission
to purchase the followim; ' .<• '■ ,';i.!.,i
lands; "'
Commencing nt a pusi planti d on the
.NM*:. bank or the  Flnlaj   rlvei   about 9
mile's upstream  from Fori  Graham and
une mile easi,  mnrked M.  r   i;\  \'\y
corner,   thence   cast   80   cliains,
snuth 80 chains,  thence west SO e
Uienee iiorth su cliains to point of co
mencement,  containing  640   cere     mon
or less.
MICH \EL  PATRICK  RY \N
JOHN MacDONELL.   Veetll
Dnted 23rd Julv, 11113.
•Tort cteorg-e Land District. District of
Peace Biver.
.'I'-' Ki' notice that Hartford B. Seeley
"l Vancouver, occupation miner, Intends
to applj im permission to purchase the
foil iv Ing  described  lamls:
Commi i cing al a po it planted nn the
-■■''. bank of the I inlay river, about 11
;| il :- upstream from Fort Qraham and
"i " mile east, marked II. B, S.'s N.W,
' ,M"'r, Hie in-,- east sn chains, thence
Boutli 80 chains, tin ncc west sn chains,
' enco north iO c liains to point Of eom-
'"ii   ' attaining  uiu  acres,  more
II.
ited 23rd Julv
RTFORD I!. SEELEY.
IN MacDONELL, Agent.
1913.
Tort George Land District.    District of
Feace Biver,
TAKI-: notice that John Cerr of Vancouver,   occupation   logger,   Intends   to
apply   for   permission   to   purchasi    l
north  sn eliains to polnl  ol  comm i i ■
following di scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on tin*
N.E, hank of the Finlay river, about 9
miles upstream from Fort Qraham at d
two miles east, marked J, (J.'s N.W. ce -
ner. tlicnce- easl 80 cliains, them e south
80 ohalns, them *■ wesl  *■" chaini   t
ment, containing 840 acres, more oi 1<  s
JOHN  i'i RR
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent,
Dated 23rd July, 1913,
Fort George Land  District.    District of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that Charles Werner of
Vancouver, occupation timber faller, Intends to npply for perniission to purchase the following describe ,| lands:
Commencing at s i osl plain,-: on t u
N.E, bank of the Finlay river, about 9
ciii.'s upstream from Fort Graham and
three mlles east, marked C. w.'s N.W
I'cinii r, in nee ■;. -I 80 i d thenci
south sn chains, thence we I 80 ■ alns
thenco ni -ih 80 chains to poinl of i ommencement, containing 640 acreB, more
or less
CHARLES  WERNER.
J' IHN Made INELL, Agent.
Dated 23l 1 July. 1913,
Ptiit Geoiaje I,1mi District.    District of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice thai John Noyes of Van-
couVer, occupation miner, intends to ap-
"or pern Ie -n-u to purchase the fol-
desi ribed l.uuls:
■••■.■.■        t n p.ist  planled on  the
'   the   Finlay river, about  11
rrom  Fori  Gralinm and
ei   t, marked J. N.'s N.W, cor-
ll   .    Ihi-ile
Pert Geo;'
t   R0  chains,   thence
a
1"
pnint of commence-
li U
ll v,
N
i acres, more cu- less.
JOHN  NOYES.
MacDONELL, Agent.
13.
T".l
rt
District.    District of
I'O
W
ace
11
j i
P-ivcr.
it   Frei man   William
■ ci upatlon com-
i :■ : -is   to  apply  for
ise the following de-
•  planted on the
. v river, about 11
■ oi i  Graham and
- i F. w. l-'.'s N.W.
|    *"   ehains,   thenee
:: - to point of com-
1 '■ '■'   FERGUSi IN.
I' '!
.V
Mai DONELL, Agent.
tern
to
11 PI
icupatlon   shipwright,   las'   tor  permission   to  nur-
-    the following described lands*
Commencing at i si plantod on'the
N.E. hank of the Finlay river about 11
miles upstream from Fort Graham
marked T. B.'s S.W. coiner, theme east
80 cliains, thence north SO chains thence
west SO chains, tiience soutli so' chains
to point of commence.ment, containing
li 10 acres,  more or less.
THOMAS   HAIKU
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated  23rd  Julv,   1013 ' *BeIU'
intends
lase the
tnence east
tins, thence
Fort George Land District. District of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that Carroll Charles of
\ ahcouver, occupation li '
to apply for permission i
following di scribed lands
„Commencing at a post planted on the
N.K bank oi the Finlay river, ahout 13
miles upstream from Fort Graham
marked C, C.'s N.W. coi
80 chains, thenoe south
west 20 chains, more or less, to the
river, tlicnce following tha course of the
river to point of commencement, containing 320 acres, more or less.
CARROLL CHARLES.
JOHN MacDONELL, Aeent.
! ;;c1cd  :.'Jiid July,  liU3.
Fort Georg-e land DlstrictT District of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that Thomas Buchanan
of Vancouver, occupation miner, intends
lo apply for permission to purcliase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on thc
N.E. lmnk of the Finlay river, about 13
iniles upstream from Fort Graham and
one mile- east, marked T, B.'s N.W. corner, thence easl sn chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, tlicnce
ment, containing Bin acres, more or less.
THOMAS BUCHANAN,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agept.
Dated 22nd Julv, 1913,
Vancouver, B. C, occupation logger, inteiuls to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Comnieneing at a post planted on the
N. E. bank of thc Finlny river about 21
miles upstream from Fort Graliam and
. I-1 miles east, marked J. K.'s N. W.
corner, tbence east 80 chains, thenco
soutli 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence nortli SO chains to point of commencement, eontaining 610 acres, more
or less.
JOSEPH KESSIER.
JOHN .MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 20th July, 1913.
Foit George Land District. District of
Peace River.
TAKIO notice thai David Donaldson of
Vancouver, occupation painter, intends
to apply for permission to purchase thc
following described lands:
Commencing at a posi planted on tbe
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 13
miles upstream from Fort Gralinm and
Iwo miles (ast, marked D. D.'s N.W. corner, tlunce east 80 chains, thenee soutli
80 chains, thence west so chains, tlicnce
nortii SO chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more e*r less.
VID DONALDSON
Fort George Land District.    District of
Feace Biver.
TAKIO notice that William Morrill of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation locomotive
engineer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the lollowing described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N. E. hank of the Finlay river about 21
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
3 1-1 miles east, marked W. M.'s N. W.
corner, thenee east 80 chains, thence
soutli So chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north so chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more
or less.
WILLIAM MORRILL,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated 20th July, 1913.	
Foit George Land District.    Diltrict of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that George Hamilton of
Vancouver, Ii. C, occupation bricklayer,
intends tu apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Coniniencing at a post planted on the
N. E. bank of the Finlay river about 21
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
1 1-1 mile.s east, marked G. H.'s N, W.
corner, thence cast SO chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thi-nee nortii So chains, to point of commencement, containing 010 acres more or
less.
GEORGE HAMILTON.
JOHN .MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated  20th July,  1913.
Foit Geoige Land  District.    District of
Peace River.
TAKE notice  that   Mli I a I   Mi ' 101 il l
of Vancouver, occupatli i   lc     i      ■
to apply for permission to pun thi
following .li scribed lands:
i lommi in Ing at a post pl i ted on tl ■
N.E. Paul, of the Finlay river, about 9
upstream from Fort Graham and four
miles east, marked M. McD.'s \ W. corner, thei .isl 80 chains, thence south
north  80 i hains to p ilnt of commencement, containing G40 Bcres, more or less
MICHAEL   Mi DONALD.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated 23rd Julv, 1913,
Fort George J-ivcl Binfrict.    District of
Peace River,
apply   for
following
mt ll
i and
N.W;
1
Fort Georg-e Land District.   Distriot of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that Thomas Thompson
of Vancouver, B, C., occupation clerk,
Intends to apply for permission to purcliase  the  foliuwing described  lands:
Cumin, ncing at a pust planted on the
N.  E. bank of the Finlay river about 21
miles upstream  from  Fort Graham, and
4   1-1   mlcs  east,  marked  T.  T.'s 8. W.
,    ,,..   ,,,,,.,, .  .corner,    tiience   cast   so   chains,   thence
,    ■T','n;J'rll'D<'M.LL, Agent,   north SO ehains,  thence west SO chains,
'■''"'' -'-n'l ■l"l>'. 1!1''--  ' llience south SO cbains to point of com-
Fort George Lind District     District of! mencement, containing 640 acres more or
Peace River. 1'-'''J'S'
TAKE notice that Jpseph  Morgan  of Z\uZ\S, T*^,PrS,0N;      .
Vancouver, occupalion  miner, Intends toi„  .   ,  ....     .'OHN MacDONELL, Agent.
apply   for   permission   to   purchase   thei Dated -Uth July,  1J1J.	
following described lands: | Folt George Land District.    DUtrict of
' ommenelng at a post planted on the Peace Biver
N.E   haul- of the  Kinlay river, about   IS'     TAKP.   not..-   that    William   Mills   of
miles  upstream  from  Fort Graham  nnd   Vancouver,  B. C, occupation logger, in-
three  miles  east,  marked  J.  M.'s  N.W.   tends  to  api.lv  for permission  to  pur-
corner,  east  80 chains, south  so chains,   chase the  toilowing described lands:
west  B0 ehains, north SO chains to point,     Commencing at a post planted on the
Of  nmencement, containing 640 acres,] x. K. bank of the Finlay river about 21
more or less. , miles upstream from Fort Graham, and
JOSEPH MORGAN,     j 3  i-i  mnes east,  marked W.  M.'s S.  VV.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent,   corner,   thence   east   SO   chains,   thence
Dated -2nd July, 1913.    north 80 chains,  tlunce west so chains,
Fort George Land District.    District of: thence snuth SO chains to point of com
port George Land  District.     District of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notico that .T01 Browen of Vancouver, occupation logger, int,-mis (., npplv foi p.■! m's-iun to per, hus.' the following iP scribed lands
comm. ni Ing at a post planted nn t n
N.E bi ik of the Finlay rlvcr. about 9
upstream from Fort Graham and four
miles ' i* t, marked .1. B 's S W. 1 orner,
thi ti- - - , cs: mi chains tin 1 cc north SO
chain -. t hi ni e v. * st SO 1 halns, t lence
south mi chains to point of con mence
nunt. containing 640 acres, more 1 r less.
Ji IE BRI >V> EN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated 23nl Julv, 1913.
■ 1  les
Dated
ort (
T \Ki:
ilIX   V,'
t 1 point of com-
640  acres,   mole
S J   EGGLEY.
INNELL,  Agent.
Peace Biver.
TAKE   noiice   that   Peter   Hyland   of
Vancouver, occupation logger, intenils to
apply   for   permission   to   purchase   the
following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank  of the Finlay river, about  13
Fort Goorge Lard District.    District of   miles upstream  from  Fort  Graham and
Peace River. . four   miles   east,   marked   P.   H.'s   N.W.
i   McGillivary  corner,   tiience   east   su   chains,   thence
II  ttlon   logger,   soutii   SO eliains,  thenee w. st  SO  ehains.
Ion to pur-   thence north v" chnins to point of com-
■   il   lands:        inencement,  containing  640  acres,   more
tsl  planted on the   or less.
lev river, about 11 PETER HYLAND.
Fori  Qraham nnd' JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
,1  D   McG.'s  N.W.   Dated 22nd July, 1913.
II
Fort George Land District. District of.
Peace River.
TAKI-: notice that Daniel F. Campbell
nf Vancouver, occupntion logger, in:, nds
to apply for permission t" purchase the
following desoribed lands:
Coninu ncing at .1 post planti d on ths
N f. bank of the Finlay river, about 9
upstream from Fort Grnham and three
miles east, marked D. F. C 's s.W. corner,  thei i-t  80 1 1 alns,  tl ence norlh
sn ehalns. thence wesl SO chains, tbence
south su ehains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
DANIEL  F.  CAMPBELL.
Je ilIX  MacDONELL, Agent.
Dnted 23rd Julv.  1913.
IiFNCAN
JOHN Mc
July,  1913
cGILLIVARY.
IONELL, Agent.
Fort Georife Land District.    District of
Peace River.
TAKI'.
ai nev
ite-n.ls
ti
the
N li
mile
lands:
nost planted on the
ii !.,\ rivi ". about 11
m   Fort  Graham and
. : .-' K .- S W. corns   1  ence 1 irth
Fort George Land District. District of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that Edward M. Oliver
of Vancouver, occupation printer, intends t-e apply for permission to purchase  the  following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted nn the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 13
mlles rpstream frmu Fort Graham und
live miles cast, marked E. M, O.'s N.W.
corner, thence east so chains, tlunce
south 80 chains, thence west so chains,
Ihenee north mi chains to point of commencement,  containing  640  acres,   more
er
Port George Land District.    District of
Feace Biver.
TAKE notice thai Jam. s .1. Loudon nf
Vnnruuve r. occupalion logger, inteiuls t..
npplv for pet mission to purchase t ie
following  described lands:
Commencing at a post planted nn t -
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, nliout 9
upstream from Fori Qraham an 1 two
nilles cast, marked J. J. L.'s S.W, 1 01 nei
than ■■ al   80  chains,  the ncc  nortii   80
cbains. thence w. st 80 chains, then 1
soutii so chains to puini of comim ncc -
in cut, containing 640 seres, more ni less
.1 wifs .1 1 ' d'i i'ix
JOHN Mai DONELL, Vgc nl
Puled 23rd Jul-,, 1918
Fort George Land District.    District of
Peace Biver.
• 640 acres, more or less.      TAKI"  notiee  that  August  Delrlen  of
SIDNEY  KEARNEY.     ■ Vancouver.   B.   C,   occupation   cook,   In-
HN  MacDONELL, Agent,   tends   to   apply   for   permissinn   to   pur-
e llie following descrihed lamls:
Fort "George-Land District.    District of: N '-,"",""! uVf "the Finlay rive",6 about  111
TAKF      tl    "tfat Ed"'    '  '" '     ■-*■"'" ""'""   !l':        r  ';'
Vancouver,   net 1 pation   blncl smith,   In
tends  i" upply  for  permission  to pur
uth
ent.
nited
i.niainir
Jul
al  a  post  plant.-J on the
... Finlay river, about 11
from  Fori Graham nnd
irked E I'.'s s W. cor-
• s.  them e north
•.ni.
li
NEL
IWSE
., Agl nt
Fort George Land District. Dietrict of
Pe.ioc Rlvcr.
TAKI-:     noli, e     I! .it    Mill olm     I
Mon-ow of Vnneouve r,  pall m ' ■   ti
Intends to npplj   ror pi rmlsi loi   I    :   1
chas.' tho following di  rrlhod  1  1 di
c,.nun. nclni .1 1 post planted on the
N.E. bank ol 1 • 1 ' ' •' rlvei about S
miles upstream from Fori Gral am ami 1
mile .nst, marked M J. M-'s S.W. corner
th.-nce easl sn ehalns. Ihcnce north S '
chains, thence west sn chnins, tlienc
smith SO chains lo point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or iess.
JIM,ceil,M JAMES MORROW
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated 23rd July. 1913.	
Port Georgo Land DiBtrlct. District of
Feaco Biver.
TAKF, notice thnl Hugh Mutiny ol
rnni'ouver. occupation P muster. Intends
to upph for pormisslon to purciuise tne
following described lands:
Commencing at n post planted on tbe
v r   Pink  pf  the  Finlay  rlv
Fort George Land DiBtrict.    District of
Peace River.
TAKE   nolice   that   Rudolph   Schnoter,
i,i.,i    '. 1   '  ■ j of  Vancouver,   B.  c,  occupation  cigar
Port George ig^rtrt.   District of  maker. Intend^ to apply^ permission
•i- ,k-i-  1 , I-      c ■•   IP n: i'   Parker  of, lands:
. n logger   iniends to.     Commencing at a post  plant, d on tr"
'.',.    . purchase   th
• 1
,1   ,   1 osl   planted  on  the I mat
,   ,   1 ,. ; ... river, nliout   11   20 1
from   Fort  Graham  and , "'' 1
.      v eat    marl:.' Ml    P.'s   COU
,   ,.,, ,sl     sn    , Pains, j mei
80 chains   thence  west   si) I less
.  south   sii  ,-bains  lo  point 1
inent, containing i, I" a '""
ment cuntaining 640 acres more 01
less.
WILLIAM MILLS.
JOHN .MacDONELL, Agent,
Dnted  20th July.   1913.	
Fort George Land District.    District of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice imu , ,1 i.l Fields, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation logger, intends to apply for permission tu pur-
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted en trie
X. ... hank uf tbe Finlay river about 21
miles upstream from Furt Graham, and
2 l-l miles east, marked D. F.'s S, W.
corner, thence enst sn chains 1 er ce
north su chains, thence west 80 chains,
fuel.1 e suutb SO chains to point of com-
mencement, containing 610 acres more or
less.
DAVID FIELDS,
JOHX MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated   20th  July.   1913.	
Fott George Land District.   District of
Feace Biver.
TAKE nutiee that Peter .Incohson of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation broker, Intends tu apply for permission 10 pur-
cl ase me  fulluwing described lands:
Commencing at a pnst planted un the
X. E. bank uf the Finlay river about 21
iniles upstream from Fort Graham, and
! l-l miles east, marked P. J.'s S. W.
corner, thence east 80 chains, thence
north so chains, thence west 80 chains,
tliencc snuth so chains to puint of commencement, eontaining 640 acres, more
or less.
PETER JACOBSON.
JOHX MacDONELL, Agent
Dated   20th_July,_l913.	
Fort George Land District.    Dittrict of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notce that Charles George Mui-
Ier uf Vancouver, B, C, occupation rner*
chant, intends tu apply for permission to
purchase the fulluwing described loads:
Commencing at a pnst planted on the
X. E. hank of the Finlay river about 21
miP .- unstream from Fort Graham and
1-4 mile enst, marked C. G. M.'s S. W.
corner, thence east SO chains, thenc*
nortli so chains, thence west SO chains,
thence south sn cbains to point of commence-in, ::t containing 640 acres moro or
less.
CHARLES GEORGE MULLER.
JOHX MacDONELL, Agent.
Pat,.,]   20th   July.   1H13.	
Fort George Land Diltrict.    Distriot Of
Feace Biver.
TAKE notice that John Bowes of Van-
e  couver,   B.  C,  occupation  teamster,  In-
X   13, bank of the Finlay river about 2l   tends  to npply  for  permission  to pur-
inilis upstream from Fori  Grnham and  chase the following described lands:
N.W. corner, thence cast |     Commencing at a post planted on the
EDWARD  M.  OLIVER.
JUHN MacDONELL, Agent.
d 22n.l July, 1913.
in-,,use nf  utiles  upstream  from  Fort  Gr
'marked \. D.'s S.W. corner, thenc.- east
Id chains, tiience north si) chains, llience
west   sn   chains,   more  or   less,   to  the
urse of th
ment,   con-
river, thence following tb
river to point nf comm
taining -ISO acres, more or less.
AUGUST DELHI FN.
JOHN MaeDOXi'.I.L. Agent
Dated 21st Julv,  I913.
I
,ains, thenee south so ehains more
ss to the river, thencc following tlle
ie of tlie river to point of com-
'eineiit containing 160 acres more or
RUDOLPH SCHNOTER.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated "nth Julv. 1918. 	
'       HENRY  PARKER.
JOHN MacDONELL. Agent. port 0t.DI..re La,,d District.    District of
Dated  23rd Julv.   1013 Peace Biver.
rmt rt--nr.ro" I.and District.    DiBtrict of TAKEnotice that Stephen Campbell of
ton ueor.-j             River. Vancouver, B. c. occupation logger, In-
TAKE noiice thai   Minus McGlUIvnry tends  to npply  fur permissiun   to  pur-
X. E. bank of the Finlay river about 21
miles upstream frnm Fnrt Graham and
marked .1. B.'s S. \Y. corner, thence east
20 chains, tlicnce nurtli'80 chains, thence
wesl so chains mure or less to the river,
thence fullowing the course of the river
1,1 point of commencoment, containing
|su acres more or less.
JOHN" BOWES.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 20th July, 1913. 	
Vani
lillll
Ipstrnnm    Irum    coi
mt  9
ui    Graham,
I,, a
fell.
v E
.ni-lced II. .M.'s S \V. corner, llu nee enu
so chnins, Ihcnce noith so ,-halns, inence
west  80  chaina,  tbencc soulh  R0 cliains
to  point   nf  oommoncement,  containing
610 acres, mure or less.
Iirclll  MURRA1.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 23rd July.  1913,
Port Georgo Land District.    District of
Pence Rivor. .
TAKE notice thnl  Prnnk C n>'■;»',"„<_
Vancouver, occupation 11       '
to apply for perm
following described 1 is:
Commencing al n t'"':| i'i'"'
N.E. hank of  the Finlay rt\l
miles    upstream    froi
marked F. C.'s S.E. corner,     ence n
sn chuins,  the  wei 1  20 cnains.  >
,o* !,i«s to tbe river, hence rollOWin«
the oouVse of the river to polnl of com
Encement,0 containing 160 acres, mon
'"' h'MS' FRANK CLAYBURN.
J0HN MacuONELL, Agent
Haled 23rd July.  H>U-
pi 111
• pation miner, iniends
ission io purchnse the
II 1 il'l
■■   ll
1 Pm Is:
,  ,,.   1  plnnled mi the'
1 inl ,-,   river, about  11
. I'I    fl
"■:.    1
until
nm   Foi 1   Qraham  and
11 i.i-.l   A.   McG.'s  S.W.
.' 1   sn   chains,  thonco
, • ,-e  west   sn  chains.
nins to polnl of com-
i,:,,:;   iiiu  acres,  more
•A XI
l"ll>
MS  McQILLIVARY,
MacDONELL, Agent.
the following described binds:
immenolng at n pest plant.el on tin
Fort George Land Distriot.    Distriot of
Peace Blvtr.
TAKE notice that 1'airlek J. Donohoe
of Vancouver, B, C., occupntion architect, Intends to apply for permission to
X. K bank of the Finlay river about 21 j purchase the following described lands:
miles' upstream from Fort Graham and Commencing nt a post planted on the
1-4 mile east, marked S, C.'s X. W. cor- -N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 17
ner thence enst SU ehnins, tliencc south miles upstream from Fort Grnhnm and
SO chains, thenee wesl So chains, thonce | one mile east, marked P. J. D.'s S.W.
nnrlh si) chains to point of commenc
ment containing 640 acr. s mnre or less
Dated
STEPHEN CAMPBELL,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
nib Julv, 1DI3.
Port Georgi. Land Distriot.    District of
Peace Biver.
lhal  Charles Caballn  nf
T \KF  nol
Port George Land District.    Dietrict of1
\'n
Iv   11
I  on  lhe
nboul   ll
1    Qraham,
irth
followi
I'nllll
NM'.  hi
eh
corner, thence cnst so chains, north 80
cliains, wesl so chains, south 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing
6 In ncres, more or less.
PATRICK J. DONOHOE.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st  July. 1013,	
Pc"ci Biver I Tort Goorge Land District.    Distriot of
TAKE nolle,' thai .lames McDonald of Ponce Biver.
Vancouver,  H. C„ occtipirtlon laborer, in-1      ! '"'"
Vi'i'l'in.i'"iabe'ircr.   Intends   tends   to   npply   for   permission   to   pttr-
pefmlsslon to purchase thc   chase  the  following  d ribed  lands'
N.CE?™anltnofntlie 'Fin'hi'v "elver"about, ' 'Commencing at a post planted on the
it Graham N.E, bank of the Finlny river, about 17
I .1   McD.'s   miles  upstream  from  Port  Graham and
lum
plni ti el on  the
Finlay   river   nbout
21   miles   upstream   from
and   1   1-4   miles  east,   iuur
II ...
■ in,-  at  a  pusi   plnnled on  the
of the Finlny river, abnut 11
i-,.-iiii   from   Furl   Grnhnm   nud
",',","',',, 11,'.','.nst   marked C. C.'s S.W. cor-   N.   W.   corner,   (hence   oast   sn   cnau
• 1 ,' 11 ■!•' '1-1'st so e-hulns, thencc nnrth j thence, south Sn elinlns, thence west so
sn chains thonce west so ehnins, thenco chains, Ihcnce north so chnins to point
suulh so'chains lo point of commence- of commencement, containing 040 acres,
iu,nn   contalnlns 040 acres, more or less,   mnre or less,
(bat Findlay Robertson
of Vancouver, B. C., occupation brldge-
man, Intends to apply tor permission to
purchase  the  following described lands:
CII-MII.I'S nil \LTN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agenl.
Dated  23rd  Inly,  l'*"11-
Dale
JAM P'S McDONALD,
JOHN' MacDONELL, Agent.
20th July,  1813.
S.W. corner, thence cast
so chains, thence nortii so chains, thonce
west so ,-halns, thenco south 80 chains
lo point of commencement, containing
OIO acres, more or less.
FINDL W  ROP.FRTSON.
JOHN MucDONELL, Agent.
Dated 31st July, 1918. on
Vi\\) Ul   Lflliuu
OPE:^ Iil SETTLERS
Hon.
vV, <:. '.'.,.■- 1 . im   That There
i. -. Total I-- ie, th,').(Kb)
Ada s lor 'i In in.
Va
icouver,   Dec.   'T.    That  there
:     o   '■ ',, i  0 acri .-■ of land
Ce-.   |*
,.,1 in.   i :■ em] '',,<;i within the
confli
.es of ilc province ai the prea-
.: ii . was the statement    made
fliivii
g the , mi Be "i an address on
I1
1.     Hon. W. It. Ross,
i ,  li mis, at the    Progress
{ Iuh
TI'
!   government,   he
^. ■
metinies been criticized
f.i'
;    1 - ii.. great efforts
1 ,
luce ac ttli -   to  come  to  this
i ,u\
• co, but the govei nment   here
had
i vt i\ r. md reason for not mak-
ing t
lie same efforts that other prov-
Inci:
plac,
s  wis not aci  ssible, and  the
PUVI
mint nt  felt  that  until rallwai
ti an
spoi tatio        i provided that il
won
tl I.-   useless to dump   families
into
tl    rountrj  w th no iii'1 ins to
mar
'''•;   in' bring in supplies. As
a  in
,!•' :■ of tact, during   the    past
few
cars between Injun and 11,000
FUG
anu/s or rri
]-i- f 8 7. Al   . 'I    <t. -l
_UliUL_an
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C.
WAI1
_____   J
General Hardware and Sheet Metal Workers.
All kinds of tin and shoot Iron work done.
Camp Stoves, Mot-air Furnaces, Etc.
Sole Agents Nagel-Chase Celebrated Gasoline Lighting Systems.
m your NEW KtAK shopping early
New Yea
FRUITS^Fresh Oranges and Apple,*""
r   BASKETS.       CARDS.      CANDIES
TREES-a Great Novelty.
NUTS-a full assortment.
— O'Flaherty & Thorne II
Manufacturers of high-grade Confectionery, Soda Water, Ices i
HAMILTON AVENUE    - SOUTH FORT GEORGE        '
preemptions had been issued by the
government to settlers and during
the last year 3600 had been issued
outside of the railway belt, and about
1200 within that area.
In the railway belt, he said, the
Dominion government was expected
hy statutorj agrei ment to settle
people ou the laud, but this agreement for mine- reason had never
heen lived up to until the past two
or three years. This had, of course,
been a detriment to that section of
the country, as for twenty miles on
each side of the only available transportation line the country was unsettled.
Of the 250,000,000 acres of
ground estimated to be within    the
provinc uly  5,000,000    acres,    or
ahout two per cent, had been sold to
date, he said, which would leave
ample ground, even excluding reserve' lands available for settlement.
This land is principally in the northern and western portions of the province.
Lest auld acquaintance be forgot,
For all our friends in Cariboo,
Best New Year's Greetings to the lot,
From the pioneers of sixty-two.
The British Columbia Express Co.
Cariboo Passenger and Express Carriers
For Over Half a Century.
I
ASK FOR IIOAD TO
BUCKHORX LAKE
Settlers in Willow River Valley Will
Petition  Government  for Itoad
to Their Lands.
 1
P. BURNS & CO. IM.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all Kinds of
Fresh  and  Cured MeaJ
Butter, Cheese, Eggs;   |   JSSSS?1D T0ALL
Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Live Stock
Fort George and South Fort George. S. J. McDONALD,
Phpne 36
teal Miunt
II
tt
ROBERTS, JON
Real Estate and Insurance Agents
1_>F_1_C__   tf^AfJl'fiyeP   We have business and resi
dential Lots in Prince George
for sale.
FIVE-ACRE GARDEN TRACTS within two miles of Prince
George.
TEN ACRES for the price of a 30-foot Lot.
$1000 will handle 160 acres GOOD FARM LAND.
Hamilton Avenue,
South Fort George.
Central Avenue,
Fort George
Fort George Trading & Lumber Co., Lt
phone n c. Mcelroy, pi-omi
SOUTH FORT GEORGE. Manager. FORT GE0R(j
A petition is being prepared by
settlers in the district about Buck-
ily of Buckiiorn, seven of these being
try, asking tiie government to provide
a road trom Fort George to give access to their pre-emptions. Charles
Malassis, who has a place on the
sliore ol' the lake, is taking the initiative in this movement.
According to Mr. Malassis there
are now a dozen settlers in the vicinity of Buckhon, seven of these being
on the shore of the lake. The only
means of access to these pre-emp-!
tions at the present time is by way
of the trail cm through last season
by Alberl Dollenmayer to his holdings on the Willow, this trail being
now continued through to the Hear
river coal measures.
Mr. Malassis claims that the ex-
pense per mile of making the necessary road would not be great, the
work to Include the building of a
coupli ol small bridges. At the same
i Imi I hoi o ighfare would open
up to f ". • ii . ' a large area of rich
agrii lltural and a district full
of       eral and lin.bA- wealth.
Assets Exceed Sixty-five Million Dollars
U___J ^^^^^^^^
The Bank of British North America
Your money ls sater in the Bank than in your house or in your
pocket. It is not tied up. You can get it out at any time without delay. NOTES discount ed. Local and Foreign Drafts bought
and sold.  COLLECTIONS made promptly.    Money Orders Issued.
J. MUNRO, MANAGER
1 FORT GEORGE BRANCH:
I . - —.
EMPR]
HOTE1
Corner Fourth and Hamilton        •       South Fort George, B.j
A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE HOTEL.
On American Plan. Rates on Applicatiij
Bright and comfortable  rooms  and
suites at the Empress.
G. WARCUP
Propriety
^zz^azaza -^~~^Mff.zrM
PERIOD OF  REST
Canadian   Ministers  Say    Last    Few
Months Have Heen in Nature
of  Recuperation Time
Montreal, Dec. 26,— (Special.) —
Premier Borden and Finance Minister White, speaking at the annual
banquel of the commercial travellers' organization here, said that the
financial crisis through which the
country had been passing was over.
The lasl few months, the premier
said, had been a period of rest and
recuperation and a prelude to still
greater development,
OFFERS    CHRISTMAS    PRE8EN1
New  York, Dec 26.     (Special.)—
II   Tolman, tho loan shark,   who   Is
■ ii,'I- r •■• *.c' ime of 6 month*' Iniprln
on nl oi . , h i ■ offered to
ii - 'ft"
HOTEL FOET GEORG
v
Fori (jeorge Hotel Company, Limited, Proprietors
Corner of Central Avenue and Hammond Street, Fort George,
;    Overlooking lhe Picturesque Nechaco River   : .
The largest, best appointed and most comfortable hotel in
the Northern Interior.   European Plan.
The best meals in the country served at Hotel Fort George.
- REASONABLE RATES.
Good Feed Stable and Best Accommodation for Horses.
Reliable information furnished of Fort
George   and   the surrounding country.
I,I,'/I I'll,!)
Though Smith and Jones may be
worth a million dollars they cannot buy their goods any cheaper
than YOU can.
M. E. JELGUM & CO J
Phone 42.
South Fort GeorgJ Cont«
fan"
-.-
Frill*"
Sir- '
Ier. ■'■
again
COE!
A'
tis;:.
on J-'
P.C
il Spi
as '■•'"
ilic- ti
claims
lie a
lie ci
■waiting of the Spruce
0,e - 'tis in l»«">
lleing
riabrui
Heard.
•;\ civil case,
;ing lire    for
one delay    or
. to trial last
Notice is hereby given „,.,.
Tenth lev of January „ext,   ™J£
tion will_be made to the Superintend-
fOr      (he
sale   or
ent of Provincial    p0iice
grant of a  license  for thi
liquor by  retail  i„  .......    upofl    ^
premises   known   as  "Ki,„,  r •, i
Uj   vioori£e
Hotel,     Ltd.,     situate     at     |we!
Oeorge, British  Columbia    , n„,
ourt before |landg ^^^^ aa Lota ,- ""
Block 43, Townsite ol' 1
oi' Anion Dies-
,:: uaw, Mich.,
Creek Power
\l irkrue, Arvid
r Bollne. The
liner in the At-
statement of
ime the owner
purchase from
Ining property
,-rwise known
r 1 lalKtS, At
base of the
- other than
.. ere operating
agreement    of
On A:
pound
Thomai
- He Simflo
ol Septem
ns fore
Hly.  The
Mrs ' 1
tira '-■
ije ol '■■•
Tbe plai
igalnst ai:
older cam
leculal : ■
fa •:.■ ;
ping '•- '
-an<i ; r
tges ar* 1
pulsion.
The li :'•
Want .
beln right
fl ground
tie Ilth 1
tCallagh
Ike 01 .:
pud ..-
tonpa;.;. .
tel, !:■
B ent i'K-
Hn: the
Huy pl
ta tried
~ at one
k '■'.,
Iw>    ||
:::' bittl
ikthas ■
■-.::• : r
■ large _:
c'
Nisioi
feudal
W[e;i; :,
and   Ki,
'■nice George,
District of Cariboo.  	
Dated this tenth day of December
1913,
DONALD A. BREWSTER,
Applicant.
Ill the
Pie Crust.
We Have
Our Own Dairy.
TRY
^
A. V. .Smith
„ p,ur?, Motto:
Maple Syrup.    Quality & Service
^
J
<r
lhe above application is the same as I
that which  has appeared in the last!
three issues of this paper for granl of
licence for premises known as '.Prince '
George" Hotel Co.
Steam Wood-cutting Machine
FOR SALE OR RENT
^
The Fraser Rooms
Fourth Slreel
Next Herald Office
12   horse  power  boiler,
6 horse power engine.
^=
All Rooms Electric Lighted
arid Well Heated.
Rates by the Day, Week or
.Month. . Special Rates to
Monthly Roomers.
J
Apply WM. CORBETT,
Fort George Livery
GO TO THE
/hi time, the
. I    hy   It.   11.
■ of the min-
■ptember Hi,
[ possession of
■ '.1   the  night
:.  the    agent
.■■om the prop-
other    than
continued    to
iber, I.1UG,
paj a percent-
plaintiffs.
.1:1 injunction
;, lants and an
■ ■t'd of   the
asserted   -ni-. ••--.-. __^^^^^_^^^^_—
....   Placer FRED. TIEMEYER, Prop.
::.i'lied  with J
I
p.
GERMAN BAKERY
For your Fresh ::
Bread and Pastry
irther dara-
forcible ex-
i.an the do-
that they
■■: the min- |
;reer_e_f  of
E, A. CONNOR
Automobile,  Livery and
Rush Express Work
w!tnhPf|The  City  Garage
Phone 57      South Fort George!
Own your own home! You
can build your future home
now at the minimum of expense.
No building is too large
or too small to receive
our careful attention.
Elue prints and plans furnished.
Get our estimates.
Bronger & Flynn
Contractors and Builders
*' SOUTH FOKT GEORGE
We have been appointed exclusive selling
agents for that position of the G. T. P,
townsite, PRINCE GEORGE, lying east
of Connaught Park and south of Patricia
Avenue. This is the choicest business
and residential part of the townsite, being high and level; all cleared; part of
the streets graded, the balance of grading to be completed in the early spring.
For prices and terms write or wire
.LEY
^_=
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
i<___W____^_^_k'_W_W__3_tC_K___
__
ASL ORD
| We do a large mail order business
\ and guarantee satisfaction.
A Our stock of general merchandise
|j is large and up-to-date, which en-
jj ables us to fill all orders quickly.
iter October |
I the mining
.- defendant
ment of Oc-
plaintlfl was
any percent-
Fort tironre. B.r. Victoria. B.C.
F. P. Burden, tin. F. C. Green. M«r.
Nelson. B.C., A. H. Green. Mgr.
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
GriJ Engineers, Dominica & 8. C. Und Surveyor]
Survey, of L_.n>i_, Mines. Townsites, Timber
Limits. Etc.
The Mecca Cafe
iase have
rt or another,
ition for per-
:.■■ of the wit-
as .me of the
..i.ing cases
ire the local in succession to the grill
There are ' The a-x,ve cafe has been taken over by
.      experienced restauranteurs.   We -
• raee  in   tne ; ^e patronage 0f those who enj-:
ag   the   gold ; food well cooked,
deputy minis-  TRY US OUT :   WE NEVER CL'! SE
Victoria.    The j	
cbout $25,0OO.|
Fort George
Steam Laundry;
Give us a trial
rm A. Fra
& Co., Ltd.
- Agencies in South Fort George:
uern
Barber Shop, in York
am's Pool Hall.  ...
SEVENTY-] ui |;   \|;i; KIM.KI)
|fo of Fire iii
|jWaii_neiu  s  DUMtor
« Calumet, Mich.
WILLIAMS & COLE
Hamilton Avenue, South Fort George
STATIONERY". CIGARS
M      PATENT    MEDICINES
iiikis Tree Kn- | And the most complete lines of SOAPS
and PERFUMES in the city.
Geo. B. Williams Edgar Co__
j's Bathrooms
d Street.
- P    I Hall
CALLS MADE DAILY
A  Front Street
VvT/vTyvTyv^vT/vT/CffvTATATAT/w-kTA1
Quesnel, B. C. i
^•^5 _^^K^K^^^K-**^^vw-v^^K^Kr#
,'■■■■■■■■■   M
1 erg ■' ""
-■■■■-'.■
__V_i
E Th
h.t,l
:
28.—(Spe-
•i"so»s    were
id cm ChrtEt-
panlo   at   a
Idren of the
isl crowding
■ lve   tii,*ir
Ij    shouted
rush for the
ai-slfa and
;  the  weaker
' .llll.
■: Is, 19 boys,
'"' iilarm wiih
>■•*• no iniliea-
,!l Frantic
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general   man-
I'nnik    Pacific
lver on Tuen-
"e     slated
: '""il that the
1 Porl George
'  ,|i:i1   the   truck
1c|,osb the con-
I of May,
I '"' ready tor
:"   west,   Mr.
";■- In 1016,
II for     |>,.|ll(.„
new year   1 Mile Race jan. i; 1914
DINNER Entry Fee   -   $1.50
START
Oyster Cocktail
Fresh Eastern
Oyster Soup
Fresh Eastern H	
Quarter-Mile Post.
Roast Cariboo Turkey, Dry Dressing.
Baltimore Sweet Potatoes,
Ashcroft Cream Mashed Potatoes,
Emerjn ilic Celery,
HaH-Mlle Post.
Imperial .Swiss Cheese. Assorted Cakes.
Christie's Sodas. Cranberry Sauce.
Thrcc-quarter-Mltc Post.
Fresh Fruit. Hoi Mince Pie.
^B Assorted Pies.
FINISH   You Win.
Smoke Up   and forget the Hun duo I.J3.
Malago Grapes.
Where!      The Cream Wh_fHe House. Hamilton Avenue.
the
me an
k>< .1,
Signed,
''■ |Speolali)
'"'«■>' bill waa
! "" Tueaday,
If You WjtntjjiJ^      Meal
GO TO THE-
SIHITII and RAMSAY
THIRD  STREET
You'll see IIIOCK MACRAE and ARCHIE WRIGHT there.
They'll Treat You RIGHT!
WILLOW RIVER
British Columbia
The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company are
now disposing of the remaining portion of their
lots in the new town of Willow River at the confluence of the Fraser, Salmon and Willow rivers.
By those who are in close touch of the true conditions, this new town is considered to be one of
future importance in Central British Columbia.
In investing in Willow River property] be sure
that your property comes to you direct from the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company—make no
mistake in this. There is only one official and
original Grand Trunk Pacific Railway town of
Willow River at the confluence of the Fraser,
Salmon and Willow rivers. It is located on Lot
78,5. Station site was approved by Board of Railway Commissioners under date of March 26th,
1912, Order No. 16179. We have no interest in
outside subdivisions. For authentic Grand Trunk
Pacilic Railway maps of Willow River and detailed
information call on
F. W. CRAWFORD
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA
or address
Transcontinental Townsite Co. Ld.
Atntttorized Agents Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
WINNIPEG
t
AMERICAN PLAN
Hole
Corner H'    ;lton & Third
EXCELLENT CUISINE
^
I
South FortGeorge, B.C.
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Rates  $2.50 and $3
Monthly nnil weekly rates on application
V
Bout of wlnos,
iquors and cigar c
Albert Johnson, *m..
I LOCAL  M'.un
Russell Peden is nt Arrowhead George Social Club rue hereby noti-
Springs, Cal., on a three months'! lied that there will be n general
,.,., [-meeting in tbe. club rooms. Director
John Bronger, who is now in IIol-!block, Hamilton avenue, Jan. 5,
land, lias sen! muny of his friends 11914, at. 8 p. m. All members arc
here Dutch sausages as Christmas requested to be present. Business of
,nis importance.
(Signed)    M. A. STAFFORD,
President
t online-
ill*
A hockey match between the bank
boys of the two towns will be played at Fun George on Saturday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock. j    Ritchie & Clark have a Nordheimer
S. S. Magoffin of the firm of Ma-jpjan8 piayer for saie.   pMce ?S00, on
goffln .*; Bergh, railroad contractors,   terms.
is ill with lagrippe.   He is- at Russell
All    members    of     Soulh     Fo''t |    TAKIO noti     I _t John C ,
■ ation   teamster,   In-
.   uor  i ermli slon   to  pur-1
; at .' ',"■■ i illumed on the \
ink cl' the Finlay  c i '" ut 21 .
pstream  from  Fort Graham and j
ii kid .1. B.'s S. W. corner, thoneo cast,
i   ; ins   thence nortb 80 chains, tbence
..-: s o chains moi e or iess to the riven-,
ence Following the course ol the rivor J
I oint   of   commencement,   cuntaining
ci non s more or less.
JOHN ROWES.
Ji ilIX MacDONELL, Agent,
itcd 20th July, 1913.
Pedc n's house during his illness.
U. Woe.Is, a Ereighter from Quesnel, arrived in town Tuesday bringing an electric light plant and a re-
S:iw for the Northern Lumber &
Men '.utile Company's mill.
Tin* temporary structure at the
bridge is now completed and for the
first time in the history of the lower
Praser the river can be crossed by
other mc ans than boa's and rafts.
William McFayd n, contractor
I oi i ib" Nechaco side, is now nearly recovered from an attack of typhoid i'i ver He will remain in town
for the winter, staying at the Hotel
Robarts.
.'■ a alarm of (ire on Saturday
brought the brigade out on the
double. A defective flue in the
Royal rooming house was the cause
• bl ize, but it was extinguished
before any serious damage was
done by the liberal use. of chemicals.
A public meeting is advertised to
be held in Birch's hall on Sunday,
January -1. at 7:30 p.m., when local
speakers, including, it is expected,
Mr. Mclnnes, a former Socialist
member of ihe B. C. legislature, will
discuss Uu* strike situation on Vancouver Island. All are cordially invited.
The junior hockey team of South
Fori Gi orge are keeping up their
winning streak, On Sunday last
they met and decisively defeated the
bankers' crack team 5 to 0. The
junior team's goals were taoinshrillu
lineup was as follows: Juniors, Yar-
geau, Gross, ('. Johnson, West, T.
Johnson, Williams. Hankers, Shannon. Beall, Richmond, Montgomery,
Scott, Railton; referee, .1. Johnson.
The first prize in the guessing
coi pi tition on the weight, of tbe
candy cane exhibited in the window
of O'Flaherty .v- Thome's goes' to
Wm. Landry with a guess of 11
! ounds 1- 1-1 ounces, the exact
. i ighl being 12 pounds 1 ounce. The
second, third and fourth prizes were
won by II Wilson, Andy Burchell
and .1. S. Steward In the order mentioned. If these parties will cm
this Item oul of the paper and pre-
s .:• the same at O'Flaherty &
Tiio! ne's store they will receive their
prizes.
Cariboo Woman's Club Third Meeting
The Cariboo Woman's Club will
meet at ?, o'clock Friday afternoon
at Mrs. W. tl. Angel's, Tbe program will include twu live-minute
talks on current events by Mrs. C.
B, Wark and Mrs. C. M. Wright, and
three, short papers on "Woman's
Work" by Miss Charles, Mrs. C. C.
Culler and Mrs. W. E. Playfair. The
lines of women's work dealt with
will be trained nursing, a kindergarten teacher and the stage.
BATHS
Porcelain tub.   Hotel Robarts.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-
Soutb Fort George. Services, 11
a. m., 7:30 p.m., every Sabbath. Sat-
bath school and Bible class, 2:30 p.
m. Strangers and visitors made
welcome. A. C. Justice, B.A., minister.
WANTED—Lady desires room, furnished or unfurnished. Apply Herald
office.
WAITRESS WANTED-Apply Smith's
Waffle House, Hamilton Avenue.
SOCIAL CM 15 NEWS
The club rooms were taxed to capacity to accommodate the largr
turnout of members who gathered
on Saturday night to enjoy the evening's entertainment. The following is the program that was rendered:
Opening address by President Stafford.
Song, by Ed. Kennedy, "Where the
River Shannon Flows."
Spi ecb by S. R. Fay, "Canadian
Citizenship."
Song by Mr, Adams, "Song That
Reached My Heart."
Harmonica  selection,   Erie  Erlck-
HOll
Sparring, four-round bout, Curly
Smilli and Hillhouse, Four rounds,
Smitli and Williams. Winner of
Smith-Williams match challenged by
,1   Barrett, three-round bout.
mg    by    Tom  Kennedy, "Casey
Joi i s."
Son ■ l)j Fred Trudell, "Air des
Cortls."
Recitation by James Barrett,
"Why 1 Qull Work."
Sunc by Tom Kennedy, "We Parted mi the .Shore.'
Ten-mlnute interval. Luncheon,
coffee  and  sandwiches.
Recitation by Mr. Mayson, "Why
Should the Spirit of Mortals be
Proud "
Bagpipe selections by (leorge Gordon.
William Cooke, master of ceremonies. Music by Senior's orchestra.
NOTICE.
All  members of the South    Fort
Fort Qco-rja -and Distrtct.    District of
Peace River.
TAK r. nolle , thai Patrick J. Donohoe
of Yum ouvor, li. i'.. occupation architect, inii nds ie apply for permission to
nurchase  the  following described lands:
Commencing al a pnsl planted on the
X p- ijanU el the Finlay river, about IT
miles unstream from Cert Graham and
,',, ,. miie i ast, marked P. ,1. H.'s S.W.
corner thence cast sn chains, nortii Sll
chains! west Ml chains, smith 80 chains
n, point of commc neement, containing
mn acres, mere or less.
PATRICK J.  DONOHOE,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 2lsl July, 1913.
Fort (Horse -and District.    DiBtrict of
Peace Kiver.
TAKK notice that Findlay Robertsor
of Vancouver, B. >'.- occupation bridge-
man, intends to apply for permission lo
purchase  the  following  ileseiibed  lands:
i ommi .. li - -ci ci pusi planted on the
v i* i, : :, o the Finlay iiver. about li
mil, s i-psii m from Fort Graham and
marked F. H.'s S.W, corner, tbence cast
mi cliains, them e north SO chains, tiience
wesl 80 eliains. thence south SO chains
io pnini of commencement, containing
0 in sn n s, moi    or less.
FINDLAV   ROBERTSON.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Haled  21SI July,  1913.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
EXTENSION OF TIME.
MOTICE is hereby given that
iN the time for the reception
of tenders for the construction
of wharfs at Victoria Harbour,
B.C., is extended to Thursday,
January 8, 1914.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, December 9, 1913.
MURDOFF & GETHING
Sole Agents for
Prince George Townsite
(Synd.)
Road House Site and Stock Ranch
at Deep Creek on Quesnel Road, 640
acres (200 acres hay meadow); price
very low and terms easy.
Office: Corner Hamilton Avenue and Third Street
SOUTH FORT GEORGE.
^_
— D. J. BAKER —
Accountant aud Financial Agent
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the   reserve,  notiee   ol    which   ap-1 Led„erg opened and accounts written up
peared in the B. C. Gazette   on the   B   g   baianced and balance sheets pre*
29th  clay ot August,  1907,  is can
celled in so far as it relates to the
East half of Lot 5316 and the West
halt of Lot 5314, Cariboo District,
in order that the sale of same may
be made to the Grand Trunk Pacific
Development Company, Limited, for
right of way purposes, etc.
R. A. RENWICK,
Deputy Minister of Lands.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B. C,
25th November, 1913.
3mos-dl0-mar 10
Foit Georje Land Disti'ict. Disti'ict of
Pence Biver.
TAKE notice that Thomas Thompson
of Vancouver, B. <\, occupation clerk,
'ntends to apply for permission to pur-
■luise the following descrihed lnnds:
Commencing al n post planted on the
V. E. bank of the Finlay river about 21
■niles upstream from Porl Graham, and
l l-l mli s east, marked T. T.'s S. W.
lorner, Uienee < nst SO eliains, thence
north 80 chains, tbence west 80 cliains,
•hence smith *.n chains to point of com-
nencement, containing G40 acres more or
TIP IMAP Tllc IMPSON,
JOHN .Mec-l 'i i.\'i-.l.l., Agent
Dated 20th July,  UI13 	
Port George Land District. District of
Peace River.
TAKI-: notce ilml William Mills of
Vancouver, I'.. C, occupation logger, Inti tecs te ;,i pty for permission to pur-
ihase  the  following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
s-. K. hank of the Rnlay i Ivi r aboul 21
niles upstream from ("it Graham, and
I l-l mill s east, marki d W. M.'s s. VV,
:orner, thence east SO chains, thenco
nortii  80 chains,  thence  wesl   80 enains,
thencc south 80 cliains to point of i i-
■la in em, ni containing 6-10 acres more er
less.
Wil.I.IAM MILLS.
.1 iH.N MacDONELL, Agenl
Dated  20th  July,  1913.
Port Georg-e Land District. District of
Peaco Hiver.
TAKB notice thai David l-telds, of
Vancouver, I',. <'.. occupation logger, intends ie apply !";■ permission i" pur-
ihase the following described lands;
Commencing al a posl planti d en tl e
\. 10. hank of the Finlay river about 'JI
■niles upstream from Fori Graham, and
.' l-l miles easl, marked D. C.'s S. VV.
corner, thence ensl SO eliains, thenci
north 80 ehains, thenee- w.-sl 80 ehains.
thence south 80 chains to pnint. of com-
rnencement, containing 640 acres more or
lc-ss.
DAVID FIELDS,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated  20th July,  1913,
Port Cfoorje Land District. Diatrict of
Peace River.
TAKE notice that Peter Jacobson of
Vancouver, B. C occupation broker. Intends in apply for permission tn pur-
ihase llii- following described lnnds:
Commencing at a pest planti d cm thc
x. 10. bank of the Finlay river about 21
miles upstream from Fori Graham, and
i i-i miles ensl. marked P. J.'s S. W.
lorner, thenca east 80 eliains. thencc
north 80 chains, thence wesi 80 eliains.
ihcnce smith 80 chnins to poinl of eimi-
ineneeinenl, containing G-10 acres, more
or less.
I'lTlOl: JACORHON,
JOHN MaeDONICLL, Agent.
Dated  20th .lul.v,  1013,
Port Oeorge Land District. District of
Peace River.
TAKIO notce that Charles G 'ge Mui-
lor of Vancouver, B. C, occupation rner-
'.ecivve Boelal (lull nre ri'i|uc*Hl,ed to el,ant, Intend:; to apply for permlBBlon l(
Day tUeir lin.inbc.iBlitp tens for Janu-1 Purchase the following described Inmls:
«*».«. cr ,,-.*?„„* the  BO, to   ».   G.   H.^TSSSJ'SF _,. Vmfy P,ftor*Mi
pared.
Audits undertaken and complete statements in analysed form made.
Partnership accounts adjusted.
A simple and  complete system of accounting for  any pjrticular busi-
upon reasonable terms.
Agent fob
Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada.
Caledonian Assurance Company.
Rochester German Underwriters Agency.
Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corp. Ltd.
Telephone 52 South.      P.O. Bon 43, Soulh Fori George
Scotch Bakery
BREAD
5 Loaves for $1.00
All kinds of Cakes and Pastry
made fresh daily
We solicit your patronage.
JOHNAITKEN  -  Prop.
No Home Need
*
Be Without Music
Call and hear our VICTOR VICTROLAS playing some of
Thousand New Records
 Just Received	
our
We carry the VICTOR GRAMAPHONES in all prices and <;
styles. '
lOOO New Records to select from.
GENERAL MERCHANTS.
A Laselle Avenue and Second Street     :     South Fort George
Xmas Suggestions For All!
FANCY BOXES OF CHOCOLATES,
DRESSING CASES, PIPES,        MANICURE SETS,
SHAVING MIRRORS, CUT GLASS
and other useful Presents.
You are safe when buying at
THE FORT GEORGE DRUG CO.
Superstitious People
Always Order Their
Wedding Rings
FROM
DAVIB PENNES
Manufacturing Jeweler
Special work in jewelry made up.
Repair work of all kinds given
prompt attention.
Nugget Block       -        Third Street
Cupital Paid Up
$11,560,000
Capital Authorized;
$25,000,000
Ree-nre and Undivided Profit"
$1.1,1 t.,-1-
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated 1869.
WITH WHICH IS UNITED
The Traders Bank of Canada
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED^
Montreal
Head Office
Fort Gnorire Branch,
D. MURRAY, Manager
d    ,c I-' riCmrirc Bnu«*
S&Utrhl°EAMAfr"_l
City Express and
Cartage Company
Express Delivery
Baggage Transfer
General Draying
C. T. RUSH   -   Proprietor
PHONE 51
TRANSPORTATION
Smith, t\
■'' wattle kiiiK
(.Signed}
mllon  upstream   Crom   i-'tiri  (indium  unci
v   r<   men i.-!™' paat, marked C, O.  M.'b s.  W.
(.. l,.  Illt.ll, ci in.,-,   then™   ensl   so   chains,   Uienee
Manager   ,,',       s" -th-Uns, thenee west 80 chains,
  r,,,,.',,,.^.^:'1.11' K" chains to polnl of com
HA'I'HH
1 °*m____ tub.   . uot0l Kobuvts.
I l H,
,t
ctiiliilni* il lu ucres iiicirc
' ■lAliij.-jo iji.'.ninjK MULLEB,
[Dated  ■■„,,    ,,1,0HN MnoDC-NELL, Agent.
i     "lul   -"th  July    1913,
The old-fashioned firm will
place you right.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hammond Street
Fort George
FOR SALE
8000 feet 30-inch dia.  No. 12 Riveted Steel Hydraulic Jj6
500 feet 26-inch dia. No. 14 Riveted Steel Hydrau
.ilic PiPe
2000 feet 22-inch dia. No. 14 Riveted Stee Hydiau
200 feet 15-inch dia. No. 14 Riveted Steel Hydrauw
300 feet 11-inch dia. No. 14 Riveted Steel Hydiauuc
1 22-inch Gate
3   15-inch Gates
2 11-inch Gates eaCb,
Electric Lighting Plant, with 8 arc lamps, aw   •*
with dynamo
Pelton Water Wheel, etc.
2   Hydraulic Gravel Elevators
2   Nos. 2 and 3 Monitors
1   24-inch Pelton Motor ^
All in good condition.   We would deliver at Soda
or sell in place at Harper s Camp.
APPLY TO n.ii1dil)gl
S. P. DUNLEVY, 215 Bank of Ottawa Buiio
Vancouver, B.C.; or
R. T. WARD, Harper's Camp, l-1 ■
Build Yourself a.ggj
,y the bulldlnn trade in this elttr •«I tn conlOTJ ll0 here f« » [#K
vwi _»___*KsMr .■.,.S"'""'""     •
The oilvsnceHmailo!:.
ImnrovediftcllltleflOf BUpyiy.  ............ ,. .•r*-_~--  * n,.„ desi
EX _fafe*!_fr wifflraft mi M
BREWSTER AND PEI
P.O. Box 17. South.*""
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