You may notice some images loading slow across the Open Collections website. Thank you for your patience as we rebuild the cache to make images load faster.

BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Fort George Herald 1914-07-11

Item Metadata

Download

Media
fgherald-1.0344748.pdf
Metadata
JSON: fgherald-1.0344748.json
JSON-LD: fgherald-1.0344748-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): fgherald-1.0344748-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: fgherald-1.0344748-rdf.json
Turtle: fgherald-1.0344748-turtle.txt
N-Triples: fgherald-1.0344748-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: fgherald-1.0344748-source.json
Full Text
fgherald-1.0344748-fulltext.txt
Citation
fgherald-1.0344748.ris

Full Text

 pftup
«fIU&
VOL. 4, NO. 45.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. CL SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1914.
Attorney-General, Hon. W. J. Bowser,
and the Minister of Lands, the Hon.
W. R. Ross Give Brief Speeches of
Work Done by Government in Past
j. A. FRASER, li P. FOR THE CARIBOO AND Mr. MANSON, M. P. FOR
SKEENA GIVE SHORT ADDRESSES
11„ Tuesday at twelve o'clock
special train arrived from Mc
',,;,!,. carrying the Attorney-
,,.,„ |-;,|, the Minister of Lands,
lolui A. Praser, M.P. member
,,, 11,(. Cariboo District, Mr.
I i, em, M.I'., member for the
i\ ■ ,,;i Dislrict and G. A. Mc-
siiiioll, colonization agent for
I,  Grand Trunk Pacific   Rail
s'
various
In iln'
meeting
parly proceded to the
in Hotel at South Fort
• ■ where t,hey stayed dur-
inij tl.'ir visit here. Through-
(,in the afternoon the Ministers
discussed the needs of the town
with thc business men and
promised to do all in their
power to aid thc town in its
needs.
evening at,8.30 a mass
nf the citizens was held
utt's building, where   the
rs explained what     the
nut had been doing in
I, outlining the   policy
ivernment and giving a
ry of the financial-status
Province.
first speaker of the even-
is Mr. Manson.     He ex-
I liimself as being aston-
n I delighted at the great
that South Fort George
_ken towards becoming 8
city,     This is my    first
. re said Mr. Manson am
es have been opened    to
' that you have the op-
lities here for a very large
Mr. Fraser your jmembei
a working very hard in
interest and next   spring
the RedistributSon   Bill
before tho house it   wil!
le    two members for the
io District instead of onr
i resent,     ln speaking on
luestion   of incorporating
re ■ towns, he advised tlv
in   consider well     the
on, as their responsibilit
tend nf ending then wen
inst beginning.    He then
led     gre'tint's   from   the
of I'rince Unpen, to the
of Snuth Fort George.
I'Vaser came next    after
ing pleasure at being in
■ Fort George and addres-
«hat    he   considered the
; audience that ever    at-
I a meet'ner     in thi city,
n told of tne interest dis
I by the Ministers during
trip through tikis part of
mntry,
ihen  commented on  the
■tanco of the Grand Trunk
1   and the Pacific   Greart
ni to South  Fort George
■ nsidoi-d that these rail-
would have a great effeo
1   eity in future for ils ad-
""t.       He       considered
'  '' question of most vital
rlanco for tbis city     and
1 trict was the tilling   of
"any surrounding areable
ulturnl  acres of land   for
Mr. Praser   the develop-
,|    the country  preceas
d "■ olopment    of the city
lv is no question in my
"' the fact that tbe   de-
"'li,nl in this part in    the
te . years will be far groat
1'"' any other part of the
road
IlL.'l
sail I
llleii
tllfi
anel
min
w ii,
provi
lh'
ion
Hi,,,,
plain
lh..
cull ii
torin
|"'" advised tho format-
'Farmers*    Institutes
■""t the district and ex-
the    organization by
OX,
tin
'V'Tiiniont of an Agri-
I'l'parhnonti   nt   Vic-
'' the use of the people
'""'loses being to establish
rtmontal farms throughout
province, Amid consider-
' applause Mr. Fraser took
instead of by auto and steamboat a. in the case of my previous visit. Mr. Bowser and
myself thought that a trip
throughout the north rn Interior of this province would
afford us considerable good in
the management of our departments and bring us in closer
touch with the needs of the
people. The most important
question in my department is
the transportation one—tho
opening up of n new country
means the building of costly
roads and the bands Department are spending large sums
yearly to accomplish this,
realizing its immense importance to the future of tbis province. We are now opening
up large areas of land to preemption. The McBride district was thrown open a month
ago a section of the Fort Geo-
kgo a section of the Fort George district was also thrown
open, and from now on at stat
ed tim s sections of land will
be thrown open in all parts of
thee northern interior. The
Liberals have been making
complaints in reference to tb;se
lands; but their statements
have been proven not well
founded. Some 93,000,000
acres are available for pre-emp-
ion. The Lands Department
threw open 10,000,000 acrcs
this year of which only one
mil was taken up. It is now
possible to obtain from any
Government office in the pro
vince lhe fullest information as
to what lands are open to purchase, ancl also those that are
open for pre-emption. All
money obtain .! from the sale
of land is used for the purpose
of building wagon roads in
this dst'ict. Our timber
policy is known to be one of
the best in the world. I will
-ay in conclusion that I hope
that the progress of the northern int.'rior in the coming year
will bo as greal and greater
than it has ben for the past
two years,
Mr. Boss then took his sent
amid much applause, and a Mr.
Fay who is not unlike his name
nn,mc came to the platform and
after receiving consent amused
the audience for considerable
time in a Mono-Act Drama entitled "The Wrong Ra-count."
This was received with loud ap
olause from the rear. Mr. Fay
seemed somewhat bright about
the head, And his methods
hardly creditable, still he poses
.'(I lo a considerable extent
in unfailing quality—nerve.
After the applause had subsided Mr. Bowser (he Attorney
General    arose,   and addressed
the audience.      Mr.   Bowser	
My purpose in visiting this pan
of the province in which I have
the honor to be Attorney-Gen-
•ml is to familiarize myself
with Ihe people and the conditions under which they live.
The groat Conservative Party
has be n in power eleven years,
and have secured thi' confidence
of the country each successive
year and at the last election
out of I'i memebers, 40 were
Conservatives and 2 Socialists.
In order to perform my duties
creditably I fotind it necessary
(„ come'to the people in order
lo enquire into their nods
The Grand Trunk Pacific will
be opcrat'ii , through trans
early this fall and J may say
here that the Government, as
soon ns the route of the (..I.
|» became known pnlced a re-
'    ilong       tho
to be incorporated seperately,
but thought that it would be j
advisable to wait and incor-1
porate the three towns as one
city for the responsibilities are i
very great, and the city would I
have to support its own
schools, and finance itself and
all its requirements, such as;
water and sewerage systems, |
roads etc. and it behooved the
people to study tho question
well, in a sune and sensible
manner You have opportunities here for a large city in the
near future and this is more
reason whv you should pause
in the beginning and ma'e sure
of the steps you tako. Jf you
were to incorporate now thc
townsite of Prince George could
not have a representative sitting on the nldermanic board
because it is against the law
for any person to hold a municipal office unless he held a registered transfer to property in
tb' municipality. This can be
remedid by a special act a.d
as the House meets in January
T would advise waiting unti1
then. The G.T.P. has also to
be considered, the Government
entering into an agreement with
them to exempt them from tax
ation until 1921.
The Government has been
criticised to a great extent for
guaranteeing the bonds of the
C.N.R. through, British Columbia and also the bonds of the
Pacific Great Eastern. Let me
explain the B.C. Government
holds a first mortgages, ani the
Federal Government hold a
second in the ens-e of tlie C.N.R,
therefore if British Columbia
wanted ti foreclose the Federal
Government would have to pay
her off in order ti protect her
own interests, in the case of
the G.T.P. the B. C. Government holds the personal guar
antee of Mr. Foley, Mr. We'ch
and Mr. Stewart for the
amount guaranteed nnd I feci
snfe in saying that it is first
class security.
The Government have made
provision for traffic on th_ G.
T.P. bridge over the Fraser
and also on the P.G.E. bridge
over the Nechaco river to be
built shortly. Tb's will bring
to Fort George all the trade of
the surrounding eontry.
The Liberals of this province
have been asking how it is possible to have a credit balance
in the bank of eight million
seven hundred and fifty, thousand dollars in 1911 and hive
a debit balance of nine m lions
now and still want to borrow
ten millions for the carrying
on of future work. This is also easily explained. The budget, speech in 1912 called for the
expenditure of ,.2,844,000, that
of 1913 for .6.000,000.00 and
1914 for .7,500,000.00 totaling an expenditure of over .Id,
000,000.00 in three years nnd
vet the debit balance did not
Zee d $9,000,000.00, This
shows a considerable si .'ing.
I intend to visit Prince George
and Central Fort George tomorrow and then proceed up
the Nechaco river and on to
Prince Rupert from where wo
willl take tho boat to Victaria.
Mr. Bowser took his sent
amid great applause. Mr. Mclnnis the Socialist member for
Grand Forks being present addressed the meeting very briefly, speaking in the main of the
Election Act, Mr. Bowser arose
in reply explaining the act in
all its phases for the benefit of
the meeting.
Mr. Neil Gething acted as
Chairman of the meeting.
next
peaker
the
sun
V'lHJ
ami
^ If. Ross, Minister of
I consider it a plea-
lin|l privilege to address
ntnctintr tonight suid Mr.
I'his is my second
, r° 'a tho last two years
1 ''"'ae this time by   rail,
LUNCHEON IN
HONOR OF MINISTERS
• A luncheon was given on
Wednesday by the I'rince George Chamber of Commerce in
the Ritts-Kifer hall in honor
of Hon. W. ,]. Bowser, Attorney-General and lion. Wm.
Ross, Minister of Lands.
The lunoheon opened with a
selection by the orchesra ' The
Maple Leaf Forever" followed
by a toast to the King and
the s'nging of tha national
anthem. After the good
things had been partaken of
,'"' following speakers were
.stoned to with interest bv the
large number present : Mr. .J.
A. Shearer, subject: "Transportation and Colonization,"
Mr. A. M. Hunter, subject :
"Industries; Dr. Evans, sub. :
"Natural Resources," Mr. F.
U\ Crawford, subject : "Publicity," Mir. Manse., M.P.P.,
Mr. J. A. Fraser, M.P.P. and
Hon. President of the Prince
George Chamber of Commerce.
Don. Mr. Ross, Minister of
bands, Hon. W. J. Bowser,
At/torrtey-General.,G. A. Mc-
Nicholl, Colonization AgenL for
G.T.P., Mr. Powell, K.C. of
the Dominion Inland Waterways Commissio.i ar.d M s. rs.
Hansard and Meighen of the
G.T.P. Mr. Murdoff acted a;
Chairman.
The first successful luncheon
of tho Prince George Chamber
of Commerce was closed by
singing "lie's a Jolly Good
Fdllow" and "God Save The
I-in"-."
At fcomey-General Bowser,G.T.P.
Representative, and! Business
Memi Discuss Incorporation
G. T. P. REPRESENTATIVE SPEAKS OF
CARSHOPS FOR THIS CITY AS A CERTAINTY
.came
servo on all lam
railway lo enable prompters
l,„ locale on land that, was access,, blc by railway. My most
important reason for coining to
Fori (Jeorge is to go into the
question of incorporation with
vou I have received petit ons
from thn three towns desiring
AMERICANS  CELEBRATE JULY FOURTH
Saturduy the 4th of July
was celebrated by the local
Americans. All sorts of srorts
were participated in, including
the standing broad jump, the
running broad jump, tug-of-wa.
w-ater melon eating contest ,nnl
the climbing of the g.eeisy polo.
The last named was the most
enjoyable of all end attracted
the attention of all the towns
people. The sports were held
on Hammond street, the prizes
being donated by the local
businefs men.
LATEST IN DIVING APPARATUS BROUGHT
FOR EMPRESS WORK
Four Bodies Brought Up From
Hulk Yesterday—One
Identified
FURTHER
MINING
DEVELOPMENT
We are glad to learn from a
reliable source tbat a company
is in the process of formation
for the development of one
or moro of the claims recently
staked and showing good mineral indications.
The board and officers selected nre all well known members
of this district and this fact
should assist the company in
the'r endeavor to prove the
mining possibilities of the district hereabouts,
Quebec, July 4.—Of the four
bodies brought up from the
Empress of Ireland yesterday
one, that of ni man, was identified by a ban',, book. He is
one of the Salavation Army
contingent and is Mr. Simper.
One of the women recovered
should be easily indentified, ns
she carried nn Imperial bankbook numbered S. 0. 52. In
addition to this, she was wearing a necklace and no less ihan
six rings. When the. si tar ship
to the lost Empres3 of Ireland,
the Empress of Britain neared
Rimouski early yesterday, she
slowed up to allow the divers
to board her and take such
notes of her construction as
might guide them in their work
on the Ireland. She a'so
brought out diving gear of the
most modern kind from England and it is expect d with
this quick results in tho w.iv of
recovering more bodies wilt be
achieved from now on. Tiie
side of the Ireland will probably be cut open with comoress
ed air, near the purs, r's office,
in the neighborhood of which
the bullion is stored. It is also stated that the idea of raising the ship has in no way
been abandoned yet.
Mr. Bowser introduced Mr.
Hansard and explained that he
had recommended to the committee thnt inst ael of in>'or-
porating at the present time
by order in council, that incorporation bo arranged be a private bill to be passed at the
next session of the legislature.
He stated :—Our do'isiin is
that wo appoint some competent man to assess the whole
area to be incorporated and
validate this assessment roll
at the next session early in
January, and start out with
this assessment roll which
would qualify pooj lo to vote
on money by-laws; aho to send
a government engineer to go
over the whole matter, and report on permanent sewerage,
stre.t improvement, waterworks
etc. which won d he handed
over tr> tie city. The committee wishes to discus-s the
matter with you before taking
further steps, and aseerta n
what concessions you would
ask. .
Just before you came in I
explained that we had struck
out the name of Prince George
from the registration plan,
there is a certain amount of
sentiment anel historical value
to the name of "Fort George".
My suggestion to the committee is that there might be
a good compromise if the city
were called "George".
In reply Mr. Hansard said:—
For the sake of fin?.nee it would
be well to get awav from th
word 'Fort'. The Grand
Trunk Pacific is not/vedded to
the name 'Prince' George or
anything of that sort. Your
statenrnts ere very satisfactory to the Grand Trunk Paci
fie; but I would like some of
you gentlemen to place your
selves in my position and look
at tha situation from n railway standpoint. You have
yo ir interests nnd they may
seem to be antagonistic to the
ra'lway standpoint. 'I here is
one tle'ng of paramount importance to tho ra'lway company and that is this, that
th's place of Fort George,
Prince George or what ever we
mny call it shall be a city and
the bigg r the bt'er. The
railway company is after the
traffic, that is how it lives.
The Bigger Fort George becomes, the moro \v> will get
out of it from lh i traffic
standpoint.
Speaking    from the ra'lway
RECOGNIZE CARRANZA
General will be Given Title
"First  Chef"
of
Saltillo, Mexico, July 5, via
Laredo, Texas July fi.—-The
division of the North, Villa's
army has agreed to acknowledge the authority of General
Carranza as "First Cl.'ief",
and General Villa will remain
commander of tho division of
the North, as a result of the
conference in Torreon between
representatives of Villa and
Carranza, according to news
received hero.
standpoint, we must have some
shops somewhere, there are
three places at which we can
place the::e—the place is here.
We cm place them, at McBride
or lOndaco, but we shall ask
in connection with any shops
that thoy will be exempt from
taxation, because they will
bring a lot of people into the
city, and we will also ask exemption from taxation for our
railway lands. We do not see
how 'we could have consented
to incorporation at the present
time otherwise. We want to
start from the bottom and see
that everything is right because that is where you base
your financ'ng for a city. If
we are back of this town and
you see. tbat we are going to
do nlot of work here, it will
enable you to borrow money
more easily and a Private Bill
incorporating this city will also be a great aid in this respect, especially when borrowing from the older countries.
Any Committee you may ap-
,:o'nt I will get in touch with
and draft the agreement' and
get it ready for your consent.
You must be reasoaable for as
you know taxation is a big
ra'lway item today, and the
exemption of the C.P.R. from
taxation may account for the
large dividends they pay yearly. ' We are in a position where
we have to develop thj country in order to pay boni interest.
Many questions were as'ced Mr.
Hansard by Messrs. Hocd,Perry
Sh oarer, Gillett, Carney and
Crawford and elicited the following information:—That the
G. T. P. lands that were used
e'or railway purposes was the
only railway property exempt
from taxation accord'ng to
the:r agreement with the government.
That they wanted total ex-
emptie n from taxation for their
carshops, and a fixed assass-
mtnt for their subdivided city
property..
On questioned by Mr. Carney
as to the possibility of draw-
ng up a draft of an agreement
Mr. Hen ard replied:—I will
discus? the situation with Mr.
Donaldson and Mr. Bowser and
on my return from Prince Rupert submit a proposition to
you.
Tho meeting closed soon after
and the committee was well
pleased with the promise, of an
early settlement of affairs.
UNEMPLOYED MAY
BE  DEPORTED
Believed    to   be Only Solution
for Out-of-Work I .obi'm
MONTREAL, July 4.-That
thousands of unemployed in
Montreal are in imminent danger of being deported to Europe
as a solution of the out-of-
work problem was frankly admitted by tho immigration
autl.lories here yesterday. The
drastic measures which W. I).
Scott immigration superintendent at Ottawa, has adopted,
namely, to deport all foreigners
of less than-three years' residence in Canada, who are out
of work and are charges or
have been charges on the community, has been especially inaugurated for the benefit of
Montreal and other large cities
Tho local immigration agent
states that he will probably
rounel up tho hordes of unemployed in this city and they
will be deported holus bolus.
There will be a meeting of
the Prince George Chamber oc
Commerce bn Wednesday evening the 15th inst at eight
o'clock in the Ritts-Kifer hall,
Prince George.
It is no longer necessary to
send to mail-order houses for
your ladies' wear, The United
Ladies'woar Stores Limited
arc carrying rt) cdmplete If. ne
of ladies' wenr and will be
pleased to show you their
stock.    .
A MAN SHOT
While walking rapidly down
Hamilton Avenue the' other
day, a man ciuickly shot into
The Cariboo Pool "Room for
Cigars, Tobaccos, Pool and
Billiards and to listen to the
new   Player-Piano.
THE  CnURCHES
Church of England
Rev. M. Sadler, pastor,
next Sunday' the following services will be held : Matins 11
a. m.,    Evensong 7.30.
A special Vestry Meeting will
be held at the Vicarage on
Tuesday 21st July, 1<>14, at 8
p.m. Parishioners (both ladies nnd gentlemen) are earnestly requested to be present.
Presbyterian Church
Rov. A. C. Justice, pastor,
Services: 11 a. m. and 7.30
p. m. Gospel-service.
The Pr'nco George Builders
Company Limited are erecting
two bungalows in the block at
the corner of Ottawa and Bowser streets, these homes when
finished will be strictly first
class and any newcomer to this
city would be wise to inspect
these befoce deciding where to
locate, we understand the build
ers nre prepared to rent to a
responsible tenant.
Ask For
"GOLDEN WEST BREAD"
NEW TKNT 10x12, 10 ox. with ijoud
wood floor, stove, good oil I .mp, water
pail, wash basin, kettle, pot, dishes for
two people, two cotg with mattresses
and pillows, whole outfit complete, free
lease of site $25. Ayply to Palace of
Sweets, next to Dreamland Theatre. JI l_»»u
mZZZs'i"
B
V  FOUR G0ALb
.   (■  wins Second
vSrer,t;!^nd 1—10
,„ 7_New Players bar, a
Lineup and De.ndc.s Let
form Brilliantly.
After Tally's Scalp
Vancouver, July 6.-Anotlicr
Mann    cup. the
in' Brampton
before ."'J11"1 P
(,)   IWO
,1 Athl-1 - pari
a1
turiii"Lr ii" '" ■■'
margi. of on;' "i Hi* £'»
parnes into o tlnve-gnal le-J
on the series.
,,f     \.'-tf~ ;'.'<   it
love .o inlk
ittei cl-
iitv.n.
A    iple
would hnve ,)'''
,,f five thousand | .op
ing; an amateur gam ■
lTO,s... The attendai
iinlav was a very j
-in' that, though the pv, les-
sional game is do.vn m lhe
dumps, tin- national game has
still a big enthusiastic fol'owing, and tin- same old-fashioned way ni stick-handling, still
comes'second in no other form
of s| crt on tlie' coast.
A great deal of enthusiasm
was shown during the name
and at th" Ci nclusion of it
Tin' Brampti n Excelsiors could
not be regarded with tl." corn-
placencv which has been felt
when other challengers had
made their first bow. Instead
of being smitten, Brampton
has done the smitting, and it
look«] as if the' silverware wns
about to he' carried back to the
place of its origin—the east,
Naturallv, the jubilation    was
|e'a.-e.-<--l  e' -e      e ,     ---„
western lacrosse.
SHUT in lineup
Tl,is result was achieved by
three changes in th- V. A. C.
team, all of which seemed to
make for strength, and much
improved condition. There is
not tlic least doubt that the
Brampton team stepped on the
field in the lirst game in far
better shape than the western
lads, but they had little over
tine V.A.C. on thnt side of the
account in this game.
Vancouver gave a brilliant
displav, clearly outplaying the
challengers in' the last three
quarters. The total goals on
the series wviv,: Vancouver 10,
Brampton 7. Two new players, members of the team last
year, go! back into the V.A.C.
I lineup and performed brilliantly,
Vancouver officials announc-j
ed yesterday that they will im-
! mediately take steps to have
; doe l.a'illy la'posed as Mann
cup trustee. All the western
lacrosse organizations arc indignant at Tally's action.
A  FINE AGGREGATION
Victoria, duly 6.—"It was
In great disappointment for us
to lose the second game after
i making such a splendid show-
in tr in the first, but we are
thoroughly satisfied with the
treatment on the coast," was
the manner in which Coach
Jack Carmichael of the Brampton Lacrosse Club summed up
the recent Mann cup series.
"We thought tiiat our speed
would enable us to pull through
a win in the series, but here we
were mistaken. The only
thing left for us to do is go
tiifter the C.L.A. honors    once
capture   the   cup   in    a second
trip to the coast."
The Brampton Club aro con-
sidered on tho coast tho finest,
amateur aggregation ever sent
out from the oast. The phenomenal work of Davis in the
Vancouver nets alone saved the
cup for the coast club, for the
challengers had everything thoir
own way, and better than 'an
even share of the play \ntil
Davis broke their hearts because of his wonderful sb.iwing
The visitors refuseel tl»3 offer of
the Victoria Lacrosse Club to
play an exhibition game in the
capital anel they will take th'ir
team returning home. Several
of the team have decided to
hang up their sticks after this
trip, but Coach Carmichael
will endeavor to keep tho 12
intact for another trip after
the cup, *
*      #       tt       4       4
Tom Flanagan Says Two More
Weeks Would Make
11 im Perfect
CARPENT1ER GETS OFFER
§20,000 Proposition Given Him
To Fight Jimmy Clubby
Sydney, N.S.W., July 6.-
Georges Carpi ntior middleweight champion of France,
was cabled today an offer of
§20,000 to meet Jimmy Clabby
of Hammond, Ind., claimant of
tha middlewe'ght championship
of the world.
Clabby's latest victory was
July 4,when he won from Ed.
WcGooty of Oshkosh, Wis., on
a foul in the eighth of a scheduled twenty-round fight.
Ask   For
"GOLDFN   WEST  BREAD"
It's The Flavor
Toronto, July 6.—Tom Flanagan, who trained .lack Johnson in his fight with Jeffries at
Reno, and who was in the
champion's cornor in his recent bout with Moran in Paris,
comments em the fight today
as follows :
"The big champion was as
fast as litrhtning on his feet,
lie lifted that terrible uppercut
of his with the force of a pile
driver. He wasn't as good as
ever, but all ho needed was
two more week's work. That
would have made .Johnson as
good as he ever was in his life.
Thut is how close he was to be
ing perfect,
"Whv didn't Johnson put
Moran ' out? Well, the Pittsburg man was in as perfect
condition as any man could be
—a big, powerful man, trained
to tho second, all bone and
muscle. He took a terrib'e
beating and stood up under it
though he was staggering and
groggy a dozen times. There
was no arrangements to make
the fight last twenty rounds.
Johnson told me the night 'before to wire home that the
fight would not go more than
twelve rounds. It went 20,
but it was because Moran was
as tough as hickory.
"As to the interview spread
broad-cast over the country
that the fight was fixed and
that I was a party to it, all
I have to say is that it is a lie
pure and simple.
■a* T MUSH,
£__ £A
IN    PRICES
• Do you like to save money ? If so come to the BLUE STORE OPENING SALE - Prices are
cut in two. This Big Bargain Store which is known in all the Dominion of Canada, is one of the
Blue Branch Bargain Stores.   Prices are the same here as in the Eastern Branch Stores.   Keep your
eyes on the BLUE STORE BARGAINS.
HAT   DEPARTMENT
Stetson Hats - - - - $3.45
The guaranteed Buckley Stiff and Soft Hats
Regular 3.50, Blue Price     -      -      $1.95
SMALLWEARS AT HALF-PRICE
Linen Collars      ....
3 for 25c
Soft Collars         -
2 for 25c
Socks, 50c value  -         -         -         -
25c
Black Cashmere Llama Socks    -
25c
Braces up to 50c, while they last, 1 to a customer 5c.
Shoe department
Tan Oxfords, Reg. 5.00 - - Blue Price $2.95
Black and Tan Slippers, Reg. 3.50, Blue Price $1.95
White Canvas Oxfords, Reg. 3.50, Blue Price $1.25
All our G.50 Shoes, buttoned or laced, black or tan
going at $4.95
Clothing department
Blue Serge Suits, Reg. 22.50 for $12.50
English Tweeds, latest designs, guaranteed
to fit. It is the Fashion Brand Clothes,
Reg. up to 32.00     ■      Blue Price $14.95
Sale Starts Saturday Morning and continues for 10 days
Pants department
Regular 4.00, now - - - $2.25
Regular 2.50, now - - - 1.50
Regular 5.25, now       ...       2.95
Fancy Worsted Gray Striped Pants
Reg. 10.00, now      -      -     $6-50
Shirt department
15 different styles of Dress Shirts; some
negligee, some with separate soft collars,
and others with diversable collars, plain
white and with stripes - Reg. 1.50 for 95c
Working Shirts, 1.75 for 95c.
Fine Silkette Underwear, Reg. 3.00 per suit   -   Sale Price $1.90. Night Shirts 1 75 for 95c
TRUNKS up to 10.00 for $5.75.
TIES, Reg. 75c for 35c.   Reg. 1.00 for 50c.   Reg. 1.25 for 75c. RAZOR STRAPS up to 1.25 for 50c.
These and many other bargains can be had at the Blue Store.
BE SURE YOU GET THE RIGHT PLACE
The Blue Store for Bargains
HAMMOND   STREET,   SOUTH   FORT   GEORGE
(Opposite Kennedy, Blair & Co., Ltd.
S. COWAN,  Branch Manager.
Fort George to Summit Lake FZ\ZZS
Motor Boat Giscombe leavoq H.uknn'= n...   a
Wednesday at 12 noon.'^K^ ,.  ^ZTi '. °' TV
Cent;    Warehouse Charts,   One-Eirtth-Gent       ci       -Pur' ll:l|f-
Lake, One-and-a-Quarter-Centa    Pre.iZZ, 1,1  •.'""' '" Summit
and see that it leaves town care of     P * y        e'Kht to »■ "• Spur
geo. Mcdowell, 194, b.c.
SEEBACH & HUBBLE from H. B. SPnr to Summit Lake.
Build Yourself a Home
The advances mneli. l,y ihe. bulldlne trada Iii this oily aro in.   . e
Unproved faplll Uosof supply,   Ii Is now posajbloto  ...,■-_,,,.'.,   ,"h l!<" (mmlb
BREWSTER AND PELHAM
p-°- R°* 17- South gSSSJnn
You can buy the Finest
Confectionery that can be
-bought at —
The Fort George Drug Co.
H..W. GROSS
A. C. BUCHEL
F
SOUTH FOKT GEORGE, B.C.
General Hardware and Sheet Metal Workers.
All kinds of tin and sheet Iron work done.
Camp Stoves, Hot-air Furnaces, Etc.
Sole Agents Nagel-Chase Celebrated Gasoline Lighting Systems.
By Purchasing the following
seasonable lines:
Screen Doors - - - $2.00 to $3.50
Wire Netting, all sizes, from 25c to 35c per yard
Mosquito Tents, best quality drill - - $4.25
Mosquito Netting, extra wide - 2 yards for 25c
Cheese Cloth - 7c and 8c per yard
Fly Pads 4 for 2.5c
All your wants supplied by us at best
prices. We carry the largest stock in
Central B.C.        ::       (Jive us a trial
A. J. S. WILL SON
(Late Roberts, Jones & Willson)
Real Estate and Insurancej\gent
ACREAGE SPECIALIST
Improved Farms and Garden Tracts For Sale.
HAMILTON AVENUE, SOUTH EORT GEORGE, B.C.
Phone 2, South Fort George P.O. Box 23, South Fort l>eo _ ^
HARRY M. BURNETT
Architect and Civil Engiheer
Temporary Office :
Corner Vancouver and Eighth Street*,
PRINCE GEORGE, B. C.
Walter E. Haskins
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public,
Blur Wn>, We W ('""'
Giscombe Portage
TO
Summit Lake
ser-
It is the intention of this firm to start a frail
vie 3 fr om iscombe to Summit Lake tins w
Outfits will be transferred to any point on tnei
Parties who intend going into that cj"""ryrVj#
coming season can be assured of the oesi
possible. „.    m\)e
Goods forwarded c-o. Haynes & Wood, Usooi
Portage, will be stored until arrival oi owner.
HAYES & WOOD eAV
\ Weekly Journal of Local Gen-
m News, Published Eveky Satub-
MollNINC AT ITS PRINTING OFFICE
jri'ii FdSiT George.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Price   One Year in Advance   $3 00
Six Months in   " 1.75
Three  1.00
To The United States    3 50
No paper stopped until all arrearages
,v paid except at the option  of the
ers.
pun
KATES OF ADVERTISING
Twelve cents per line for the first insertion, anel eight  cents per line for
;,, I, subsequent insertion.
For Sale, Lost and Found Ads  mini-
i Um  charge 50 cents  per insertion,
imitcd to one inch.
Other rates furnished on application.
NORTHERN  INTERIOR PRINTING
Company Limited
Publishers and Proprietors
South Fort George, B, C.
TUI
DAY, J ULY   11TH,  1914.
[IE   UNSINKABLE   SHIP
\ recent issue of the Rcionti-
j,. (American contains nn article
lin "The Great Lesson of Tbe
.... Lawrence Disaster," in
which il emphasizes the neces-
.iiv of safe guarding against
t|ui frailty of the human element
I,., making such catastrophes
mechanically impossible. ''The
alarming fact in this cas;'," the
article points out, "is that this
comparatively new nnd fine
ship went to the bottom, in
fourteen minutes after the colli. ;,,ii." With this point in
mind the article argues that
ih,' transcending consideration
The new section opened yesterday makes a total of 13(miles
now m operation by the rail,
waj on the north shore. It
* one (,f »he scenic lines of the
Provmce short as it is, and
extended up Howe Sound to
£'l«« m._h it, wiu undoubtedly
become   faraoua  lls tmwrs-
one of the most beautiful   sections of the coast district.
rwlnteto Dunairavehasbfeen
under operation since tho   first
of   the     year.   The White   CU]
extension was opened on duly
m accordance with the   agree
ment made with th
ity   of   West  V
change for a f:
After leading Dundarave, one
ot the pretty lilt'
West   V
municipal-
i ancouver in ex-
iree right-of-way.
t a vessel carrying thou-
tnds of people should lx; prac-
icallj unsinkable. In this con
potion the writer Bays ;
i' i perfectly certain that if
,, restrictions of a commercial
ind were imposed upon lirm,
i, il signer, realizing the
irieeles.s value of the human
ei.ii' that was to be commit-
..I ie, her care, would see to it
tal ber eon -ruction was sucV
s to render her practically un-
nknble by any of the acci
!.■ eef ocean travel."
The writer compares the pre-
nl style of steamship witb thi
n i Eastern and asserted that
e modern steamship builder
eliminated many of the
ructural elements whieh made
•■ "inn'er mammoth liner so
The double hull which
had has been abandoned,
• multifarious divisions and
b divisions of watertight' com
11 ments are eliminated in
"I' of larger spaces served by
ik heads,    and    longitudinal
heads are omitted, and al-
he watertight decks.
'Whore the lives of   a whole
wnful  of people are eoncern-
,'' concludes the paper, "the
thai carry them should be
ide fool-proof.     This can be
ne; ii  is a mere matter       of
■ehanics     and    construction.
rtain    it is that the human
in'in  and all the risks which
me with it can never be elim-
ited.     When two ships, such
!|i ■ Empress of Ireland   and
Storstad,    which   sighted
other    some    two miles
ii and were in constant
nversation during a passing
1 doud, through well under-
""I signals, nevertheless
iiicler into an inexcusable
Hi '"D. surely it is time    for
public to demand that   tin1
'P   in which they trust   their
1 - shall  be made fool-proof.
'Throughout   the whole     of
official investigation which
:l be made of this terrible
lamity, for Heaven's      sake,
everybody, from Lord Mcr-
' down, bear in mind the fact
nl ih" great lesson of the
lainity is that we must safe-
1!,1 aga'nst the frailty of
' human element by making
A horrors as this mechanxal
impossible.
OPENED   NORTH  SHORE
SECTION OF P.G.E. -JULY 1
centres in
ancouver, the track
passes through a very heavy
cutting, At Altamont, east
and west hound trains cross
and a few blocks further west
the first heavy rock work was
made. From Altamont right
through to the presentaermmus
of the line one gets splendid
views of English Hay and the
mountains on Vancouver Island
while the scenery along the
shore itself is strikingly beautiful. In places the track is .near
a hundred feet above the wash
of the surf on the long, narrow
beaches.
Altamont, Cypress 'Park,
Horseshoe Bay and White Cliff
are the principal points along
the new line. The service yesterday was at times disorganized by reason of extraordinarily
large crowds which the two
trains were forced to curry.
But with/the exception of a.lfew
minutes' delay tlie service was
conducted on an hourly schedule. The run from North Vancouver to White Cliff will ordinarily take forty minutes
The train will be operated or
in hourly schedule, leaving
North Vnncouver on the hour.
BELIEVES   OPENING  OF
G. T. P. ABOUT AUG. 15
Collingwood Schreiber and   R
R. Kelliher  Make Offcial
Tour  of  Road
IlL
linns   Through Beautiful
'.-neryOut to White Cliff
Hourly   Service  From
Nortii  Vancouver
miles    of    new railway
. the section of "the    Pnoi-
"'"■i[ Eastern Railway  ex-
from Dundarave around
"'th shore of English Bay
'te Cliff on Howe Sound,
poned < n Dominion  Day
1 construction department
railway.
trains, one drawn    by
.tfaso.ine motor car and the
: '' oy a steam    locomotive,
Ulled    several thousand holi-
'y-makers   out tq White Cliff
"'   morning and brought
tee   \\
We
"I bdieve the official opening of the Grand Trunk Pacific will be about August 15th,"
said Mr. Collingwood Schreiber, Chief Engineer of the Dominion of Canada, who is here,
accompanied bv B. B. Kelliher,
Chief Engineer* of the G. T.P.
Mr. Schreiber thinks the
Duke ief Connaught will drive
the Lr<'!den spike, but if he cannot perform tba ceremony it is
probable that Premier Borden
will do it.
Mr. Schreiber has just made
his lirst through trip over the
road and is pleased with its
construction. The shoe-flies
around the uncompleted cuts
in th'' interior are now being
removed and gangs are busy all
along the lino between Priestly
and Fort George ballasting the
road bed.
Mr. Schreiber is accompanied
by his wife. Their party
leaves today for the South-
Prince Rupert News.
#      *      #      4      *
Hiilcrest Investigation
Board   of Five Men to Inquire
Into Disaster—Canadian
Pacific Decides to Close
Hosmer .Mine
Lethbridge, Alta.—The Canadian Government have appointed Judge Carpenter and
four other officials to invest!1
.ate the Hiilcrest mine disaster
of last Friday, in which 11)9
miners lost their lives. Only 1
body remains in the mine.
After donating .-'0,000 to the
relief fund today, the Canadian
Pacific Railway- announced that
it would immediately begin dismantling its mine at Hosrner,
B. C., on which large sums have
been expended. One thousand
men will be thrown out of employment.
The Hosmer mines have been
a disappointment from the start
ind the development work" has
been going on at a heavy loss
in hopes that yometbing would
materialize. It was finally decided to close telve mine, ns it
could  only be worked  at great
loss. . lr
, The abandoning ol Hosmer
will make the second deserted
town in thai distriet, the town
,,f Morrissev being the first to
djnndoned, owing lo th. fail
of the mines to pay. Much
was spent  in trying to
-,
Kennedy, Blair & Co., Ltd.
The Big Store Specials
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLY
Stetson Hats, Reg. 4.50 and 5.00   -
Overall Pants, Reg. 1.25 and 1.50 -
Slater Shoes, Reg. to $7-50    -
Ames Holden Co. Shoes, Reg. 7.50-
McPherson Shoes, Reg. 7.50  -
Working Shirts, Reg. 1.50 to 1.75
Saturday $4
Saturday $1
Saturday $5
Saturday $5
Saturday $5
Saturday $1
Men's Socks, Reg. 35c per pair, Saturday 5 prs. $1
All lines in Men's and Boys' Suits
at a discount of 25 per cent,
Call and inspect our stock, we take pleasure in showing
the goods whether vou buy or not.
THE KENNEDY BLAIR COMPANY, LIMITED.
II. FRENND, Manager
Just Received
White Leather Oxford
Ties
Contractors & Builders
NO BUILDING IS TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL TO
KEC1EVE OUR CAREFUL ATTENTION
(Jt't Our KstimaU's Fre _ of CharS-
:: Jeele W.
Phone  26
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
OFFICE
SHOP
SECOND STREET
THIRD STREET
Fort George Undertaking Co.
J. W. SANDIFORD
H. WAPSHOT
J. P. MILNE
Stock of Caskets and Shipping Cases always on
hand.   Out-of-town, calls promptly attended to.
Phone Sandiford  23.
H.   WAPSHOW,   Licensed   Embalmer,   Manager.
■-
Fast Motor Boat Service.
Co.
Special rates to landseekers and prospectors to Fort
St. James, Fort Fraser and Giscombe Portage.    '
Reliable and efficient service. Call, wire or phone.
R, L.  WATT, Robarts Hotel, South Fort George; or
Great West Investment Co., Johnson Blk., S. FortGeorge.
tr
zz\
Corner 4th and Hamilton, Opposite Empress Hotel.
Extraordinary Reductions
on Women's Suits, Coats,
and Skirts, this week only
JNVESTIGATE these special
offerings. Suits in fancy
tailored styles in Serges, Bedford Cords, and mixed suitings
values to $30 now     -    $17.50
Suits in extremely fashionable models in fancy and plain
tailored styles, in serges and
check worsteds, all distinctly
high-grade models, up to $45
values, now      -      -    $22.50
Skirts up to $12 value now 5.50
Short Coats, formerly $15
now $8.75
Silk Mohair Coats, formerly
$18 now $9.50
20 per cent, reduction on all
of our high - grade American
Shoes.
A fine line of Lace Collars,
Jabots, Edgings, Veils, and
Lace by yard, also balance of
our high-grade Umbrellas.
It will pay you to inspect
our Stock of fine Merchandise
at less than city prices.
AMERICAN PLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Corner Hamilton & Third
South Fort George. B.C.
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Rates  $2.50 and $3
Monthly and weekly rates •■ application
^=
Beat of wines,
quo. s and citrara
Albert Johnson, pr»».
Jf
Fresh  Beef
m. __ v_»M    Mutton
Meats  _?nd,
      Veal
Wholesale and retail
THE B,C MEAT MARKET
FORT CEORGE AND
SOUTH FORTGEORGE
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
rort SALE
Five-Room Bungalow in Block 298
(Millar's portion of I'rince George)
close to Bowser Street, Price $2250
$fj()0 cash and balance arranged.
Fol fuiilie;
H. WILSON, Mgr.,
I'.O. Box 64
■ Particulars apply ;
Comer Laselle _ Seventh
SOUTH FORT CEORCE
BARGAINS IN BUILDERS
SUPPLIES.
FROM MANUFACT0R TO CUSTOMER DIRECT
Ye»u tfl.ct an enormous saving on Window8,
Dejeers, Mouldings, Porch Columns, etc.. Build-
in,/ Paper nnd Builders* Hardware by buying
direct ley mail.   -  NOTE THESE PRICES :
5-cross panel doors for #1 ffk
light stain or oil .H-'V
5-cross panel doors for tfi (JA
dark stain or paint V*«3U
Window Frames $1.30
Door Frames $1.35
Everything in stock for immediate skipi
We sell lo anyone.    Ship everywhere.
WRITE FOR NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
A. B. CUSHING LUMBER CO., Ltd
806 POWELL ST.      VANCOUVER, B. t
rA_'j_'j_'A£'4__'AZ'A_:'A£_ii2i:__i_KX
A Do you contemplate R
A       BUILDING?        jj
A
Then invest ierate" our workmanship and
get our estimates
rk Neatly nnd Promptly Executed
PKIIMCE GEORGE
OFFICE AND SHOP:
Till HI) STREET EAST
OUR BONE DRY LUMBER
(Costs No More Than Other Lumber)
Sawn last summer and thoroughly  weather ancl frost Dried.
 ALSO	
Kil In Dried Finish
and Mo Hidings.
SASHES DOORS SHINGLES
BUILDING PAPERS READY ROOFING
STORE FRONTS      COTTAGE FRONT WINDOWS
Wood $3 per Cord Delivered
Fort George TradingMumber Co.,Ltd.
Phone 11
SOUTH KORT GEORGE.
c. Mcelroy,
M imager.
Phone 111
FORT GEORGE.
he
i in
money
relooato
Morrissev
tlic   coal    deposit at
, and, ii. is understood
ul,,,,, .1 as much was lost by the
Canadian Pacific Company.
m
PHONE 47
Hox 278 Kort Gkuimk. D. C.
The Cookson Plumbing
and Heating Co.
Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water  Heating
£»TIMATl»   rntlLV   GIVEN
V.
F. BRYNOLSON, Local Manager
FIFTH AVENUE, PRINCE GEORGE
The daughter of a very prom- j ^
in .nt Liberal statesman is tell
this story against herself,
ing
says the daily Sketch. Sho
was footling around the links
North Berwick way, accompanied by an elderly outspoken »]_.
die. "Do you think I'm improving in my game at all,
Sandy?" she remarked casually
"No, I wid na' go sac faur as
to say that, leddy, bitye've got
a guild grip o' the language."
SMITH'S
CREAM WAFFLE  ROUSE
Hamilton Avenue
K'b the Fresh Eastern Oysters
It's the Hum and Eggs
It's the Huttcr
lt'9 the Meat Specials
It|s tho Hake il Spuds
It'B the Pure Maple Syrup
It's the Honev in comb
It's the Pie Crust
It's the Service
It's the Host in the Cily
..      Motto : Quality and Service     ..
^— y,
If you are going to PEACE RIVER
CONSIGN YOUR FREIGHT TO US
At Mile 194 G. T. P. care George McDowell
We will store and deliver to SUMMIT LAKE for $25.00 per
ton. Motor Poat will leave 194 every Wednesday with freight
and passengers for GISCOMBE.
SEEBACK &  HUBBLE
HOTEL
^
Corner Fourth and Hamilton        .       Souiii Fort George, B. C.
A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE HOTEL.
On American Plan. Eatcs on Application.
Bright and comfortable  rooms  and
suites at the Empress.       ;      ;
^
WARCUP
Proprietor,
r
.
'.1
■!:. *.
-/   .1
. I. ■
iv'
le      ) eelM ee' ,.,.-
,■   the   feel-
le'iie'iees,' at
si bonk of
-one milos
i eiieel one
, ,1 "P. .l.'s
V.COBSON*.
onell, Agent,
Canadians in Empire's Capital
Celebrate National
Holiday
lion.   George   11. Perley   Has
Abiding Faith in Destiny
o
f Canada
FOR CLEAN SPORT GOTO
THE BON TON
Bowling Alleys
i
' Our standard Brunswick-Balke Alleys
afford the Delightful sport of Bowling.
LADIES' DAY,
Tuesdays pnd Fridays, between 2 and! Stanfieh
5, the Alleys are reserved for Ladies
London, -luly 2.—Dominion
Day was generally celebrated in
the Canadian colony hen' yesterday. Hon. George 11. and
Mrs. Perley gave a reception
this afternoon and the customary dinner in the evening was
attended by about 500 persons
Hon, Mr, Perley presided. T1k>
principal guests were Prince
Alexander of Teck, Ht. Hon.
L V, Harcurt, Mr. Henri Bourassa, Sir Thomas Skinner,
Lord Kmiiiott aad Mr.      John
CANCELLATION OF.RESERVE
eM \.V.
. Agent.
fn proposing the toast to the
Dominion., Mr.  Perley claimed
SOFT DRINKS 4 CONFECTIONERY Lhftt     Canada     ,,.„,'     p..SP(,
through a period of depression
I as well as any other part of/the
j world.
"I stand up for Canadian
| business honesty and probity
j as bi'iiiLr as great as anywliere
| in the world, but at the same
j time the investor should exercise his usual wise care and can
3 Loaves Bread for 25cl tion b"for"deoiding wlmt   he
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the reserve existing upon Crown
lands in the Carihoo and Cassiar Districts, notice of which was published in
the b'. C. Gazette on the 12th of Sepleinher, 1907; also the reserve existing
upon Crown lamls within the Land Ri-
cording Districts of Cariboo and Lillooet and the Kamloops Division of
Yale Land Recording District, notice
of which appeared in B. C. Gazette on
the 4th of April, 1911, is cancelled in
so far as the same reserves the said
lands from lease under the provisions
of the Land Act.
Lands R. A. RENWICK.
Department,       Deputy Minister
Victoria,B.C. 22nd        of Lands.
April, 1914. 35-3mos.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
JERGENSON & ROY
Quit Baking
NOW you can buy
AT  THE
o
rmaiaoaEery
I'OLET.
Agei t
Also PASTRY and CAKES at
Reasonable Prices
'LAI* BURN.
Donell, Agent
J. F.   CAMPBELL
CIVIL ENGINEER
British   Columbia   Land   Surveyor
Land Agent        Timber Cruiser
Representing GORE & MCGREGOR, Limited
McGregor Building. Third Street, SOUTH
FORT GEORGE. B. C
\t-r about eleven
Fort Grahatn,
. :: er"; thence
AN  MeLEOD.
_] tone]!, Agent.
\.\"Ie DISTRICT.
LUMBER
Having recently established a
lumber mill here we are prepared to deliver rough lumber
of any dimension,
Ordway &   Wakeley
Newland, b. c.
had better invest in.    If    you
| buy town lots in outside   sub-
I divisions or make purchases of
oil shares, you are really enter-
| ing into a speculation   rather
than nn investment and      the
country should not be blamed
if it turns out wrong.
"With regard to the future
and the pessimistic suggestions
which I understand are put
forward by some here that our
growth has been too rapid, I
only wish everyone could travel
through Canada and see the
country for himself. Our immense natural resources
still there, unaffected by
financial conditions.
"There hnve been reports late
ly of lack of employment in
Canada but these reports are
a good deal exaggerated. At
the same time we feel for the
present it is not well that any
should emigrate without means
"We all have temporary difficulties but. I have abiding faith
in Canada's future development, and investments wisely
and carefully made must in the
long run bring in good returns."
Province ok British Columbia,
Counties of
Atlin and Cariboo.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho
partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, as Hotel
Keepers und Merchants, in the Town
of Aldermere, Priestly, Stella, Lake
Kathlyn and elsewhere in Northern
British Columbia, has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent. All debts
owing to the said partnership are to be
paid to John J. McNeil at Aldermere
aforesaid, and all claims against the
said partnership are to be presented
to the said John J. McNeil by whom
the same will be settled.
DATED at Prince Rupert, this 16th
dav of June, A. D. 1914.
Witness : LEM BROUGHON
Irving N. Lin nell JOHN J. McNEIL
27-6-4t
^mpieie une or Furniture
 JUST   ARRIVED—^
Selling at Cost
COST" nrQSineSp-Can !* conductedonthe "SELLING AT
COST    plan    Firms claiming to transact their's on tW
mes are either deceiving the public or are in blsh.es. f
the sport of the thing-the latter is hardly probable      W
Anyone with a grain of common sense will agree with
us when we make the statement, that in order to    J ,
a firm must bear a certain amount of expenditure sucht
Insurance,  Taxes.  Salaries of Clerks   Etc.,  Etc    P'
engaged in the mercantile business are not mere philantlJ
iste; they MUST get a certain amount of inC'"
capital they have invested, AND THEY DO.
So Beware of 'SALES AT COST', They Are Fakes.
The secret of selling is buying right. In this we excel
and it places us in a position to sell you the highest quality
of goods (not junk) at the lowest possible figure and .till
make a LEGITIMATE PROFIT.
THE NORTHERN LUMBER & MERCANTILE CO LTD
LL.»^'__.     RUSSEU PEDEN, YicPra. (. E. McUUGHU . _m^
Gent Furnishings      Furniture      House Furnishings
Hardware
are
anv
Mr. Hugh Stewart, uc.,r.i.b.a.
ARCHITECT,
GEORGE STREET, PRINCE GEORGE
bank
mlles
feeeir
:OWSE.
ill, Agen
\ l: KF.lt.
ell,  Agent.
leeir-
mds:
...THE...
McBride Transfer Co.
The above company
book Passengers, Express, Baggage and
Freight to Fort
George at reasonable
rates. \\ ::
WIRE OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION
JOSEPH MAimN WILT. RESIDE IN COAST PROVINCE
IK   Mft.l.KI!
Alex. McEachern
Builder and
Contractor
Estimates given for all classes of work
Address! General Delivery,
SOUTH  FORT GEORGE
1 OUT
Vai
n|.[.
fe.ll.
lit ee
Of    !
cnntalnlne  lin i
Dated March
llll    I'i
I.W.
.ei   twenty-one
i Oi .; anl| „„,
',   19H.
JOHN
John Mj.cl >',,
IOWBS.
■II. Aeent,
PORT OEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT
DiBtrlct e,f Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that William Mills, nf
Vancouver, It. <\, Uepe!e>r, intonds tee uii-
nlv for permisaion tee purchase the following doscribed hinels: Commencing nt
n peeset lelieiile-el em the nnrtli-rnnl liunk eef
the Finlny River nbe.eit twenty-ono mllos
up-stream from Fort Graham nieel three
Teelle-s nn,l a quarter .-nut, marked "W.
M.'s R.W. cornor"; thonce east 80 chains:
thenee north 80 chainB; thence we.st sii
chains: thenre Bouth 80 chains tee point
of commoncemont; containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Dated Murch  7,  1 lei I.
WIT J J AM   MILLS.
Jeehn  MacDoneU, Agent
The George Building Co.
-OF—
Prince George
Undertake to BUILD prompty and at
the lowest price consistent with BEST
WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIAL,
Your House or Store
(Lurjje or Small)
ESTIMATES FREE.
If you give the work to us you will
never regret it.
Letters and communications to
A.C. SMITH (Manager of theGeorge
Building Co.), I'obart's Hotel, South
Fort George, will  receive immediate
and personal attention.
Will Hecomp Partner in a Lead
inu Law Firm In British
Columbia
London, July 6.—Joseph Mar
tin, M.P., sails on the Aquita-
nia next Saturday, to reside
permanently in British Columbia, where it is understood he
will become partner in a leading law firm. He was recently much in consultation with J3,
P. Davis, K.C, during tlvi hitter's visit w London. Mr.
Martin retains his s?at in the
British Parliament for East St.
Pancras until the general election, but wil\ not return to
London. The government prefers to lose his vote rather than
risk the loss of the seat by
holding a by-election.
Windermere.
500 PROSPECTORS  TN THE
BEAVER LAKE GOLD FIELD
I
m
KORT  GEORGE I.and  DISTRICT.
Tilstrlct of Peace Rivor.
TAKK NOTICE thnt David Fields, ot
Vimcniivr, R ('., logger, Intends tn ftp-
ply for permlBBlon to purchase the foi-
lowing described lands; Commencing nt
a print planted on the north-east lmnk nf
the Finlay Ulver nbuut twenty-one miles
up-stream from Kort Graham nnd tw
miles nnd i\ quarter east, mnrked "I
K.'b s.W. corner"; thenoe east so chains;
thence north 80 clinins; tiience west 80
chains; thence south 80 cbains to point
of commencement; eonliilnlnt; fi 10 acres,
more or less.
Dated  March   7,  1914.
DAVID PTT-tiDS.
John MucDonell, Agent.
The Mecca Cafe
IN SUCCESSION TO THR GRILL
The above cafe has heen taken over by
experienced renlauranteura. We solicit
the |iatronae,e ot those who enjoy uood
food well cooked.
TRY US OUT ;   WE NEVER CLOSE
FORTUNE BUILDING CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Estimates  and   Plans given for all
kinds of work.
Morley Street . close to Depot
 1MUNCE GEORGE.
850 Claims in Gold Quartz
Field   North of Prince
Albert Have Bern Filed
I'rince Albert.—Since the reports readied the eity in tba
early part of the year that
gold-bearing quartz exsisted in
large quamties in Beaver Lake
850 mineral claims in that
locality have been filed at the
local office for Dominion lands.
Tbis figure represents an acreage of 4 -,200, or about 70
square miles and incidentally
means that over two townships have been staked by prospectors who have actually registered.
Besides these are claims stak
ed in i\v. locality which are
never officially registered at
any oflice and of which iln
'gistd'ation oflice hen
no intimation beyond
Staking is still
rapidly and there art
to be well over ,500 piuspectors
even now in the Held
ROOMS TO RENT
AT THE
Victoria Hotel
(Formerly Grand Union)
OPPOSITE CLUB CAFE
Third Street     -     South Fort George
-THE CONSTRUCTION OF-
Fort George. B.C. Victoria, B.C.
P. P. Burden. Mir. F. C Gioen. Mgr.
Nelson, B.C.. A. H. Green, Mgr.
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Cvil Emiwtri, Dominion 4 B. C. Umi Survey*.
Surveys of Lands, Mines, TuwnsiUe.   Timber
Limits. Etc.
ECKSTEIN * WILSON
Barristers, Solicitors,  Etc
Haight Bldg, Piunce George, B. C.
1'. E. Wilson  ::  L. P. Eckstein.
D. PENNES
OF PARIS
The Jewelry Manufacturer
Maker of Artistic
Gold and Platinum Mountings
Repair work of ull kinds given
prompt attention.
N asset Block       •       Third Street
Soutli Fort Georse
City Express and
Cartage Company
Express Delivery
Baggage Transfer
General Draying
C. T. RUSH • -   Proprietor
PHONE 61
n
re-
received
hearsay,
proceeding
reported
over 500 prospectors
Mr. Cl. F. Hartford an I \i,
Riddel Elliott of Willow River
were in town this week
business.
on
O'Flaherty & Thorne
All kinds of
Fruit, Ice Cream
Sodas and
Confectionery.
Hamilton Avenue - South Fort George
^  AJ
Pianoforte Lessons
R. L. CONDY
will visit Prince George, Soutii Fort
Georee, and Central Kort George, to
give Pianoforte LesaonB.
Phone (or /ppointmeal - CENTRAL No. 66 (2 Rings)
The Pacific Great Eastern Ry.
On the east side of the Fraser River hetween Prince
George and White's Landiug (Bis Prairie) means the
opening up of the largest compact area of good farm
lands in the Fort George district. We now offer for
sale, in farms of 160 acres or more, the hest selections
along the new railway. These lands were carefully
cruised and selected four years ago. We own ail
lands offered and give guaranteed title.
Prices the lowest and terms the best.
Special Inducements to actual settlers.
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
Sonth Fort George, B.C.
L. R. WALKER        ....        General Agent
We are the sole agents for over 1000
lots in Prince George comprising some of
the choicest business and residental lots
in the G. T. P. Townsite. ::
One of our firm will attend the Government Sale of lots in this district at Vancouver and Victoria, and will buy for
clients at a very moderate commission.
FOR PRICES AND TERMS WRITE, CALL OK WIRE
SOUTH FORT GEORGE & PRINCE GEORGE.
^.
P. BURNS & CO. Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all Kinds of
eat
l\..U_._   t\«_.__.   V«„_ .      I      GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL
Butter, Ineese, tggs;   j   parts of cut
Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Live Stock
phone t*
Phone 85
Fort George and South Fort George.
Ask   For
"GOLDEN   WEST  BREAD'
It's Tho Flavor
Save a Day to Vancouver by Travelling with
INLAND EXPRESS Co. Ii
The Royal Mail and Express Route Steamers
OPERATOR, CONVEYOR and HAMMON
connecting at Quesnel with Autos, for Ashcion
STEAMER   LEAVES   SOUTII   FORT   G730RGE  EVERY
Round Trip to Ashcroit $80, Single $45.50
PHONE   64    FOB    RESERVATIONS.
GET OUB BATES  ON  EXPnESS
Lwlle Cameron, Superintendent,
ASHCRCKT,  ll. C.
D. E, Mace, Agent-
South Four «o»GE .i'iuJU     mu i   .1 .inn-..      ht'iiey,
■i,   m. Ci   miner,  intends to
lUlTnlBplon    to    purchase    tht;
•Bci-ibecl lands: Coniniencing
inted on t'h'o not'th-east bank
,■ Hiver about nine miles up-
i i'nil Graham, marked "J.
rner"; tbence euHi so cbains;
i 80 chains; thenee west 10
or less, to the river; th'ence
. course of the river to point
•ment; conlaining  isu ucres,
ch 'i, 1014.
JAMES   KEJLiLBY,
John   MiicUonell,   Agent.
UKUJiGJi) LAND DISTRICT.
,| urlct of l'euce  Kiver.
sj- ii ICE Umt Michael .Patrick
i \ jiiii-oii\er, ii. (.'., engineer,
u apply ior permission to unr-
iqllowing described lunds:
in. ;it a post piunted ou the
i bank of the Finlay Rivor
ic iu Ues up-streum from Fort
nnd  one  mile     oust,     marked
s   N.W,   < orner";   theuee  eusi
"thence south 80 chains; thenee
Imins;  thence north  SO ehulnu
ul   commencement;  contuining
more or less,
larch 'I.  1814.
MICHAEL PATRICK RYAN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
UOOHGiB   LAND   DISTRICT,
[strict of Peace Kiver,
iTI( It.    thut   John   (.'err,  ot
B.   C,   logger,     intends     to
' permission   to   purchuse   the
described lunds:   Commencin
iilanted on the north-eust hank
niny   Kner   about   nine   mil
iii'iin  l-'ort  Graham  und  two
murked "J. C.'s N.W, curner";
-  v., chains;  thence south  80
, , , ,.   west   80   chains;   thence
halns  to point of commencc-
dning 840 acres, morc or less.
arch 4, 1914.
JOHN   CKKR.
John MaoDonellj Agent.
TAKE  NOTI m    tu "Ul* mver-
of   Vancouver    b    '     ffiar,eB Cahalin,
at a post planted
ot "■    '"   ■•
- .- purohase tiie
i leeieeis: Commencing
n the north-east bank
or the; Imi,ii.,.. ;,,, ' "", »orin-east mink
"P-a tre am from i?ntafe!i' .'"en mllea
mile eas ,,,, ,.",' Graham and one
thence e-,.1 .,e ' ' C-..S.W, corner";
chains'  than™   '"""s; thenc« north sii
south SO ch ii, i,.T.1..-?..l:l,i,",s:  tl"tnc'-'!
ment' ,.,>.,.-ii     . . """" "' commence-
Ced   Ma!   .IV ! 9/.''''" "" °r lL'SH'
CHARLES CAHALIN.
John MacDonell, Agent,
miles east, marked "D. McC.'s S.W. corner"; thence east SO chains; thence north
Sll chains; thence west 80 chains; theme
south SO chuins to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Duted March 5, 191 4.
daniel Mccarty,
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
80 chains; thenc
north so cliains
ment, cont
,v . emeees,   llience HOIUIl
west SO clmins; thence
.o point of comrnence-
ining inn acrea, more or less
Duteel  Murch   I.  1011.
duncan McGillvary.
John MacDonell, Agent
1'Oltl GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
ta,..,. 'v*11'1'1 "'' Place Ulver.
„i'   ..,.,'. ,N'""',I';   that Thomas  Balrd,
teiieiV, ,','';•   '■'" '''"   shipwright,   Intonda to apply  tor permlaalon  to pulv
rZAZ folowln« aeacrlbod anasi
Commencing „ n post planted on the
north-eaat hank of the Finlay River
about eleven mllea up-atream from
rort l.nihau arked "T H's SW corner"; thenee. oaat so chaina; thence north
so chaina; thenco west 80 chaina; thenee
south so chaina te, point 0f commencement; containing tiln acrea, more or less.
Dated March 4, 19] i.
THOMAS   HAIRD.
Jolm MacDonell, Agent.
IROE l.AXD DISTRICT.
1, i of Peace Ulver.
i'I'Ii'K Thut Michael Mc-
Vancouver, B. C, logger,
iply leer permission tu pur-
ullowing described lanels:
ul a post planted on the
ink of the Kinlay Ulver
nili-s up-stream from l-'ort
four miles east, marked "M.
corner",; tiience east so
. iouth SO chains; tliencc
ns; tlicnce nortli SO chuius
i ommencement; containing
ire or li'ss.
li   I,  191 I.
MICHAEL   McDONALD.
Joha .MaeDonell, Agent.
KOItT  QEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of l'euce River.
TAKE NOTICE Umt Hugh Murray,
of Vancouver, It. ('., teamster, intends
to apply fur permlaalon tee purchuse the
following described hinds: Commencing
at a peest planted een the north-eo8t hunk
of the Finlny River ubout nine miles upstream from Fort tlruham, marked "II.
M.'s s.W. eorner"; thence east SO eimins;
tbence north su eimins; thenco west 80
chains; thence south SO chains tee peeint
of commencement; eoniuining 640 acres,
more or less.
Dated March 4, 1914.
HUGH MURRAY.
John MacDonell, Agent.
TORT GEOROE  LA.ND   DISTRICT;
District  of  Peace   Hiver.
TAKK   NOTICE   that   Tom   Snowdon,
of Vancouver, I . C, butcher, intends to j
apply   for   permission   to   purchase   tbe \
following described   lands:  (."ommenelng
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of  the Kinlay  River about fifteen  miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and  three;
miles   east,   marked   "T.   H.'s   S.W.   cor-1
ner"; tiience east 80 ciiuins; tiience nortii
80 chains; tlienco west 80 chains; thence
south 80 cliains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Duted  March  5,   1914.
TOM   SNOWDON.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
ORGE  LAND   DISTRICT.
trlcl of Peace Hiver.
OTICE     that     Daniel     F.
:   Vancouver,  B,  C,  logger,
[iply  Cor permission  to pur-
I'ullowlng   deacrlbed   .lands:
,et   ;i  peest  planted  on  the
: ii k   of   lhe   I'inlay     River
milea  up-atream  from  Kort
three   m!l68   east,   marked
- W. corner"; thenee eaat 80
,   nortii   80  ehalns;   thence
•.s:  thence south so chains
enmmencement;  contuining
ire or less,
ch 4, 1914.
DANIEL  K. CAMPBELL.
John   MacDonell,  Agent.
FOHT   GEORGE   l.AXD   DISTRICT.
Dlstrle't eef Peine River.
TAKIO NOTICE that Charles Werner,
of Vaneouver, B. C, timber-fuller, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following ilescrilieil lanas:
Commeneing at a post planted on tbe
north-east bank of the Plnlay River
about nine mllea up-stream from Fort
Graham and three miles east, marked
"C. W.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80
chuins; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 chuins
to point of commencement; containing
640 ucres, more or less.
Duted  March  4,  1914.
CHARI.KS WERNER,
John MucDonell, Agent.
KORT   GKORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District   of  Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred M. Rutherford, of Vancouver, 13. C, salesman, inteiuls to apply for iiermission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing ut a post piunted on the
north-east bank of the Kinlay River
ubout tlfteen miles up-stream from Fort
Graham and two miles east, marked "Vf.
M. R.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80
chains; theuee nortii SO chains; tbence
west 80 cbains; thence south SO cbuins
to point of commencement! contuining
610 ucres, more or less.
Duted .March E, 1914,
WILFRED M.  RUTHERFORD.
Jiehn  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
Diatrlct of Peace  River.
TAKIO XOTICI0 that Sidney Kearney,
of Vancouver, I . C, cooks, Intenda te)
apply for iiermission to purehase the
following deacrlbed lunds: Commeneing
at a post iilanted on the north-east buiie,
of the I'inlay River ahout eleven miles
up-Btream from Fort Graham und tlv
miles east, marked "S. K.'s S.W. coiner"; thence e-ust so chainB; tbence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chuins; thence
south SO chains to point of commencement; containing IMei acrea, more or less.
Dated  March   4,   1914.
SIDNEY KEARNEY,
John  MacDonell, Agent.
u. u:a N, W, corner"; thence east
80 chains; llience south 80 chains; thence
west SO chains; thence north 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
610 acres, more or les..
Dated March 6, 1914.
GEORGE BI.ATCIIFORD.
John  MucDonell,  Agent.
GORGE  I.AXD  DISTRICT,
-.trict of Pence River.
■'lie'10 that Carroll Charles,
e'er, 13. G„ laborer, Intends
: permlBBlon to purchase the
escribed lands: Commencing
lanted on the north-east bank
iy Hiver about thirteen miles
from Fort Graham, marked
.Vf. corner"; thence eaat 80
nca Bouth 80 chains; th'ence
.os, more or leBS, to the river;
e'.iiiit the course of the river
:' commencement; containing
core or lees.
1914.
CARROLL CHARLES.
John MacDonell, Agent.
TORT   GEORQE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District   e.f   Peace   River.
TAKIO NOTICE that Thomas Ruclinn-
nn, of Vancouver, B. C, miner, iniends
tee apply feer permission to purchase the
folleewlng deacrlbed lands: Commencing
at a posl plunteil on the north-east bank
of the Finlay Hiver ahout thirteen miles
up-atream from l-'ort Graham and one
mile east, marked "T. B.'s N.W. corner ,
thence east SO chains; thence south 80
chains; Ihenee west SO chains; thence
north SO chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Daled  Marcli  5,  1914.
THOMAS BUCHANAN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace   River.
TAKIO NOTICE that Harry N, Chenier,
of Vancouver, B. C, painter, Intends io
apply for permlaalon to purchuse the
following described lunds: Commencing
ut a post planted on the north-east hank
of the Finlay River about fifteen miles
up-stream from Fort Oraliam and one
mile east, marked "H. N, C.'s S.W. corner';; thence east 80 chains; thence nortb
SO chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Duted March 6, 1914.
HARRY  N. CHENIER.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
Distriet of Peace Hiver.
TAKIO NOTICE lhat Findlay Robertson, of Vancouver, B. C, bridge-man, intends to apply for permiaslon tee purchase the following descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-east bank of the I'inlay River
about seventeen miles up-streum from
Fort Gruhum and marked "K. R.'s S.W.
corner"; tlicnce eust 80 chuins; thence
nortli 80 clmins; thence wesl so chuins;
Uienee south 80 chains to point of commencement;  containing 610 acres,  more
FORT  GEORGE  I.AXD  DISTHICT.
liistrict of Peuce River.
TAKIO  NOTICE  that  James   W.   Flaherty, of Vancouver, 13. C., superintendent,  intends to upply  for permission  to
purehuse the following described  lands:
[Commencing  at  a  post   planted  on   the
north-eust   hunk   of   the   Klnluy   River
about llfteen mile's up-stream from Fort
Oraliam   and   four   miles   east,   murked
"J.    W.    I'.'s    X.    W.    corner;    tbence
eust SO chains; thence south  80 chains;
thence  west 80 chains;  llience  nortii  80
elmins to point of commencement; containing  640 acres,  more or  less.
Dated  March   6,   1914.
JAMES   W.   FLAHERTY
John   MucDonell,  Agent.
el March 6, 1914
FINDLAY ROBERTSON/
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
e . "A, D.'» S.W. corner"; tnence easi »»
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains, more or leaa, to tin.
river; thencc following the course of the
river to point of commencement; containing 480 acres, more or lesa.
Dated   March   6,   1914.
AUGUST  DELRIEN.
John MacDonell.  Agent.
I10ORGE   I.AND   DISTRICT.
-1 rlct eif Peace River.
.OTICE   that   Angus   McGIl-
Vencouver, B. C, miner, ln-
el ply   leu-  permission   to  pur-
followlng    described    lands:
at   ;t  post   planted   on   the
I ink eef thc Kinlay River
en miles up-stream from l-'ort
d two mile-s east, marked "A.
\ corner"; tbencc east 80
ence  north' 80  cbains;   thence
alna; thence south SO chains
if commencement; containing
more en- leaa.
em h   4.   191 I.
ANGUS   MeGILLIVARY.
.Iielin MucDonell, Agent
KORT  GEORGE  LAXD  DISTHICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Davis Donaldaon.
of Vancouver, B. C, painter, Intends to
apply for permisaion to purchase the
following described landB: Commencing
at a post planted on tbe north-east bank
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-Btream from Fort Oraham and two
mllea east, marked "D. D.'s N.W. corner": thence east 80 chains; thence aoutn
80 chains: thence west 80 chains: thence
north' 80 cbains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less
Dated March 6. 1914.
DAVIS  DONALDSON*.
John MacDonell, Agent.
KORT   GEORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKIO NOTICE Ethat Krunk Charles
Norbeck, of Vancouver, B, C, broker. Intenils to apply for permission to purclmse the following descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-eaat bank of the I'inlay River
about llfteen miles up-stream from Fort
Graham, marked "I. C. N.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80 chaina; thence north
SO chuins.
south  80 chains to poi
ment; containing 640 ae
Duted March 6, 1914.
FRANK  CHARLES NORBECK
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FOHT   GEORGE   l.AXD   DISTHICT.
Distrle-t of Pence River.
TAKIO NOTICE Hint (.•buries J. Egg-
ley, of Vuncouver, B. tl., construction
foreman, Intends to apply for permission to pure-base the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted on
the north-east bank of the I'inlay River
about eleven miles up-streum from Fort
Graham and four miles east, murked
"C. J. 10,'s N.W. corner,"; thence eust
80 cbuins; tiience south 80 chuins; thence
west 80 chains; thence north SO chains
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated .March 4, 1914.
CHARLES J.  EGGLEY.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FOHT   GIOORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE .NOTICE that Martin O. Lund,
of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   chef,   Intends   to
apply   for   permission   to   purcliuse   the
following described  lands:  Commencing
at a post piunted on tlie north-east bank
[of   the   I'inlay   Hiver   about   seventeen
■ miles up-stream from l-'ort Graham and
[live miles east, marked "M. O. L.'s S.W.
corner;   tbence   east   80   chains;   thence
north SO chains; thence west SO chains:
KURT   GEORGE   l.AXD   DISTRICT
District of Peace Hiver.
TAKIO .NOTICE that John Cockton, of
Vancouver, B. c, master mariner, Intenda to upply for permission to purcliase the following deserihed lands:
Commencing at a post [ilanted on the
north-east '.ank of the (-'inlay River
about fifteen miles up-stream from l-'ort
Gruhum und one mile east, murked ".1.
I'.'s X.W. corner"; thenee east 80 chains;
thence soutli SO chains; llience west 80
chains; thence north 80 chains to point
of commencement; containing 610 acres,
more or less.
Dated  Murch  5,  1914.
JOHX COCKTON,
John  MncDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   I.AXD   DISTRICT.
District of Peuce River.
TAKE NOTICE that William Smith, of
Vancouver, B. C, teamster, intends to
upply for permission to purchase the
folleewlng described lands: Commeneing
ut a post planteei on the north-eust bans
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Grahuni und two
miles east, marked "W. S.'s S.W. corner"; thence enst 80 chains; tbence nortii
80 chains; thence west 80 cliains; thence
south SO clinins to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated .March 6. 1914.
WILLIAM   SMITH.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FOHT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Rudolph Schno-
ter. of Vancouver, B. C, cigar manufacturer. Intends to apply for permlBBlon
to purchase the following deacrlbed
lands: Commencing at a post planted on
the north-east bank of the Finlay River
about twenty-one miles up-stream from
l-'ort Graham, and marked "R. S.'s N.W.
corner"; thence east 20 chains; thence
south 80 chains, more or less, to the
river; thence following the course of
the river to point of commencement;
containing 160 acres, more or less.
Dated March 7, 1914.
RUDLOPH SCHNOTER.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that James McDonald, of Vancouver, B, C, labourer, Intends to npply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-enst bank of the Finlay River
about twenty-one miles up-stream from
Fort Graham and one mile and a quarter cast, marked "J. McD.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains; thenoe
south 80 chnlna; thence west 80 cnains;
thence north SO chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Duted  March   7.  1914.
JAMES McDONALD.
thence west 80 chuins, tbence I KcVsoS'th «° '-''alns to point of com
•halns to point of commence- containing  640  acres,  more
es, more or less. | ur lesH "
Dated Marcli 0, 1914.
MARTIN O.  LUND.
John  MacDonell,   Agent.
FURT   GIOORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District   nf   Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE  tbat George Nash, of
Vancouver,  B,
TORT   GEORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that John Stevenson,
,    , ■    ,    , ■  tailor, Intends to ap-, of Vancouver, B. C, bollermaker, intends
ply for permission to purchase the fol-, t0 appiy fol. permission to purchase the
lowing descrihed lands: Commencing at!followln    descrlbei,  lands:  commencing
a  post planted  on   the  north-east  bank'--  -■-  ■     p
of the Finlay River about
and a halfup-streamfrom
marked   "G.   N.'s   S.E.   corner";   thence
north 40 chains; thence west 80 chains
.        .   , .ueeun i,ifc    ueeseuueu    ittHUS.     -UlllllieilCinB
orth-east  banReat a pos( pjantelj on t|le north-east bank
r.   ,n   u       \ot   the   Finlay   River   about   seventeen
1      . ..   ,h„n!_l!m"es up-stream from Fort Graham and
TORT   GIOORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
District of Peace Hiver.
TAKE NOTICE that Jnmes Sutherland, of Vancouver, B. C„ painter, Inteiuls to apply for permission to purchase tiie following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-eust bank of the Finlay River
about thirteen miles up-stream from
Fort Graham and four miles east, marked "J. S.'s S.W. corner"; tbence east SO
chains: thence north 80 chnins; thence
west 80 chains; thence soutli SO chains
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated   Murcli   5,   1914.
JAMES SUTHERLAND.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FOHT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District nf Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Stephen Camp-
hell, of Vancouver. B. C, logger, Intenda
to upply for permission to parchase the
following described lands: Comfnemcing
at a (lost planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River ahout twenty-one
miles up-stream from Fort Graham and
a quarter of a mile east, marked "8.
C.'s X.W. corner"; thence east 80 chaina;
thence south SO chains; tbence west >0
chains; thence north 80 chains to point
of commencement; containing 640 acres
more or less.
Dated   March   7,   1914.
STEPHKN CAMPBELL.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FURT   GEORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District of Peace Hiver.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph White-
man, of Vancouver, B. C, logger, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
| at a post planted on the north-east bank
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE thnt Thomas Doyle, of
Vancouver, B. C., teamster, intends te
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
ut a pest planted on the north-east bank
of the Kinlay Rlvcr about nineteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and half
a mile east, marked "T. D.'s S.W. corner"; thenee east 80 chains; thence north
SO chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March  6,   1914.
THOM»S   DOYLE.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
---.- -,■ j ,,ei   , inence easl ou cnains; ineiice norm
more or less,  to  the  rlvcr;  thence  fol-  80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
lowine   the   ennrse   nf   tho   rivor   tn   noint!-.    ..--'..
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
1'Istrict  of  Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph Morgan,
of Vancouver, B. C, miner, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a posl planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay Rlvcr about thirteen miles
up-stream from Kort Grnham nnil three
miles east, marked "J. M.'s X.W. corner"; tlunce east SO chains: thence south
SO chains; thencc west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains tn point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dnted March E, 1914.
JOSEPH  MORGAN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
CEORGE l.AXD DISTRICT.
Ustrlct eif Peace River.
NOTICE that James J. Lou-
V'ancouver, B, ('., logger, In-
:>!-!'ly fee:- pe-rmlssion to pur-
e following described lanels:
Ii - ui u peest planted on the
I bank of the Finlay River
■ niil.s up-stream from l-'ort
"■'I two mllos ensl, innrkeel
s Vf. eeeine'r": thence east 80
el th ^ei ehulns; thence west 80
ence soulh so chnins to point
cement; eeuitalnlng 610 acres,
liar'ch  I, Bl I.
JAMES J. LOUDON.
Jiehn MucDonell, Agent.
ORQE   l.AXD   DISTRICT,
rlcl nf Peaco River.
'I'I''10   thnt   Malcolm Jnmes
Vancouver,   R.  C,  bigger,
pply lor permission to pur-
followlng    described   lands:
eit   u   peest   plnnte-d   on   the
-Ik   eef   tli,.   Finlay     River
miles up-stream  from  Fort
'  mile east,  marked  "M.
e-onier"; thonce cnst 80
■ ■■ nortli 80 chains: thenee
ns;  ilie-nce semth  SO chains
enmmencement;  containing
KORT  GEORQE  LAXD  DISTRICT.
District   of  Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Hylnnd.
of Vancouver, 13. ('., logger, Intends to
apply feer pennisslon to pun-hnse the
followim,' described Innils: Commencing
at a (uest planted een the north-eust bank
of the- Finlay River nbout thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Qraham and four
miles east, mnrked "P. H.'s N. Vf. corner"; tlu-nce east 80 chains; tliencc south
80 chains; thence west 80 chains: tbence
north 80 chains to point eef commence.
ment; contnining 610 ucres, morc or less.
Duted  Mnrch 5,  1914.
PETER  HYI.AXD.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
lowing the course of the river to point
of commencement; containing 320 acres,
more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
GEORGE NASH.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that John P Smith, of
Vancouver, B. C., bricklayer, Intends to
apply  for  permission   to  purchase   the
and Iof the Finlay River about thirteen miles
four mlies east, marked "J. S/s"S.W. cor-; up-stream from Fort Graham and three
ner"; thence east 80 chains; thence north !mllSs <-aBt' mai\ke.av J; W'* S-W' co.ru-
--   ■   • .-'..-■. ner ; thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west to chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 6,  1914,
JOSEPH WHITEMAN.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
south 80 chains to point of commencement: containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
JOHN STEVENSON.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAXD  DISTRICT,     j
District  of Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Adam |
Anderson, of Vancouver, B. C, carpenter, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
.   ,,        , .- ,.      .    ,        .      •  r-      ,--- j (JU,-eiite_    Hie   lejliu.viug   uescilOCU   lanOS
following described lands: Commencing j commencing at a post planted on th
at a post planted on the north-eaat bank i north-eaat bank of the Kinlay Rive
of   the   Finlay   River   about   seventeen  about  seventeen   miles   up-atream   fron
mileB up-stream from Fort Graham,
and markod "J P. S.'s N.W. corner";
thence eaat 80 chains; thence eouth 80
chains: thence west 80 chains, more or
less, to the river: thence following the
course of the river to point of commencement; containing 610 acrea, more
or lees.
Dated March 6, 1914.
JOHN  P.   SMITH.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
i^^^^m^^      up-atream  from
Fort Graham and two miles east, marked
FORT  GEORGE  LAXD  DISTRICT.
DiBtrlct of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Henry W. McGregor, of Vancouver, B. C., timber
cruiser. Intends to apply for permission
to purohaae tho following deacrlbed
lands: Commencing at a post planted
on the north-east bank of the Finlay
River  about  seventeen  miles  up-stream
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE tiiat Joseph Kessler.
of Vancouver. B. C, logger, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencinf
at a post planted on the north-east bank
nf the Finlay River ebon* twenty-one
miles up-stream from Fort Qraham and
two mlles and a uarter east, marked "J.
K.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thenee south 80 chains; fhence west 10
chains: thence north 80 chaina to point
of commencement; containing 640 seres
more or lese.
Duted  Mnrch  7,   19141
JOSEPH KESSIER,
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
le
I.
191 I.
JAMES
n Macl
MORROW,
iinell.   Agent
■ORQE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Irlcl  eef Peace  River.
'TicE   thnt .Toe Browen, of
B,   e'.,   logger,   Inteiuls   to
i'mission lo purcliuse the fol-
I'lhecl InndB:   Commencing nt
"I em tlie nnrth-east hunk of
llivor nhout  nine  miles  up-
i Fort Ornlinm nnd four miles
;"1     "J.   B.'s   S.W.   corner":
'» elinlns;  thence north   80
nco   west   80   chnins;   tiience
'ins to point  of commence-
niloti fi-IO ncres, moro or lesa.
"eh   4,   1914.
JOE BROWEN.
John MncDonell, Agent.
,'!nHO10   LAND   DISTRICT.
; irli-t or Pence River.
•OTICE thnt Thomas Wilson,
''''• B. c., laborer, intends
nr Permission tn purchase tne
m scribed hinds: Commencing
\i inted on lhe north-eust bank
my Hiver nbeeut nineteen mlles
ii'om Fort Grnham und three
ajialf eust, marked "T. W..s
''   :   thenco   east   SO   chains:
"'  Ml ehulns;  thence west SO
'I'-:   thence  south   SO  chnins
i'   e- inmencemcnt;   containing
more en- less,
lurch 0, dim.
THOMAS   WILSON.
John MncDonell, Agent.
'!I!|IF LAND DISTRICT.
"Cl Of Pence River.
7'U'IO thnt Jlelvln Gill, nf
"■ '.. lenmsler, Intends to
^■""Isslnn lo purchase the
scribed lnnds: Commencing
'"";'' "ii the norlb-east lmnk
t i.iv.o- .]!„.,,( nineteen miles
""'  Fori   Grnhnm   nnd   two
. n"\r enst, marked "M  o.'s
• .thonco    enst    80  chnins;
so clmins;  Ihenee west 80
"'" seiutli SO chains tn point
'ment; containing 040 acres,
l'1'   I,  1914.
MET.VIN GILT,.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District   of   Peace   River.
TAKF .NOTICE that Edward M. Oliver, of Vancouver, 11. C, printer. Intends
to apply feer permission tee purcliuse the
following described hinds: Commencing
at a post plunteil on the north-east bnnk
of thc I'inlay Hiver ubout thirteen miles
up-etreuiei from Fort Graham ond live
miles enst, murked "10. M. O.'s X.W. corner": tlienco e'ast so chains; thencc soutii
so ohalna; thence west SO chnins: tbence
north sn ehulns to print of commencement; contnining 640 ncres  more or less
Dute'el Mnrch IS, 1914,
EDWARD  M. ill.IVER.
John   MacDonell,  Agent
TORT GEORGE  I.AND  DISTHICT.
District   of   Peneo   River.
TAKE NOTICE tbat Charles B. West-
ley, of Vancouver, B. C, logger, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following doscribed lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about seventeen
mlles up-strenm from Fort Graham and
one mile east, marked "C. B. W.'s N.W.
corner"; thence east SO chains; thence
south SO chains; thence west SO chains;
thence north SO chnins to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dated Mnrch 6.  1914.
CIIARLKS  B.  WESTLEY.
John  MncDonell,  Agent.
TORT QEORGE  I.AXD DISTRICT.
District   of   Peace   River.
TAKIO NOTICE that Hartford R. See-
ley, of Vancouver, 13. C, miner, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following descriheil lamls: Commencing
nt a post planted on the north-east bank
tf the Finlay River about eleven miles
..p-stream from l-'ort Gralinm und one
mile east, marked "II. B. S.'s N.W. corner"; thence east SO chains; thence south
SO chains: thence west SO cliains; thence
nortii SO clinins to point of commence-
meuit; containing 640 acrcs, more or less.
Dnted  Marcli  4,  1914.
HARTFORD B. SEEI.EY.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
"T   A.  A.'s  N.W.   corner";   thence  tail ifrom  I'^lt Graham and two miles east,
«-   ._.-     -■ ■•   -  'marked   "H.   W.   McO. s   S.W.   oorner :
thence enst 80 chains: thenee north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains: thence
south SO chnins to point of commencement: containing 610 acres, more or le-ss.
Dnted  March  6.  1911.
henry w. mcorf.gor.
John  MacDonell,  Age-nt.
SO chains; thence south SO chains; thence
weBt 80 chains;  thence north 80 chains
to  point  of  commencement;  containing
640  acres, more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
TIIOMAK ADAM AK'nionSON.
Jnhn  MacDonell,  Agent.
TORT   GEORGE   LAXD  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph White, of
Vancouver. B. C, labourer, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lnnds: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-eust bank
of the Finlay River about seventeen
miles up-strenm from Fort Graham and
three miles east, marked "J. W.'s N.W.
comer": thence cast 80 chains: thence
south SO ehains; thence west SO chains;
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement: containing 640 ocres, morc
or less.
Dated  March  4,   1914.
JOSEPH   WHITE.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   QEORGE   I.AXD   DISTRICT.
Distriet   of   Pence   River.
TAKE NOTICE thnt .lohn Shaw, of
Vancouver, R. C, gardenor, Intenils to
apply for permission to pun-hnse tbe
following described inmls: Commenctng
nt a pos! planteei em tiie north-east bunk
of the Finlny River about thirteen miles
up-streum from l-'ort Graham and tive
miles east, mnrked "J. S.'s S.W. corner":
thence enst 80 ehulns; thence north SO
chnins; thencc west 80 chuins; thence
south so chnins lo point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 5, 1914.
JOHX SHAW.
John  MncDonell, Agent.
FORT GEORQE  LAM) DISTHICT.
District   of  Pence   River
TAKE NOTICE that Bert Foote. of
Vancouver, B. C, rlgnr-makcr, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
nt a post planted on the north-east bnnk
of the Finlny River nbout fifteen mlleB
up-strenm from Fort Grnham nnd five
miles enst, marked "B. F.'s N.W. corner": thence enst 80 chnins; thonce snuth
SO chains; thence west SO chnlna; thence
nortii 80 chains to point nf commencement; contuining 610 acres, more or less.
Dated March fi, 1914.
PERT  FOOTE.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
TOUT  GEORQE   I.AND  DISTHICT.
District  of  Peuce  River.
TAKE NOTICE that John Xoyes, of
Vancouver, B. C, miner, Intends to npply for permission to purchuse the following descrilied lands: Commencing at
a post planted on the north-east bunk
of the Finlny River about eleven miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and two
miles east, marked "J. N.'s X.W. enrner": thence eust SO chains: thence soutii
so chains; thence west 80 chains: thence
north 80 cliains to point of commence,
ment; containing 640 ncres, more or less.
Duted Mnrch 4, 1914.
JOHN NOTES,
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
KORT   GIOORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peac* River.
TAKE NOTICE that Henry Eggley, of
Vancouver, 13. C. ironworker, inteneis
lo apply for permission to purchnse the
following described hinds: Commencing
ut a post planted on the north-eaat bank
of the Finlay River about seventeen
miles up-strenm from Fort Grnham and
four mlles east, marked "H. 10,'s N.W.
corner": tlicnce enst 80 chains; thence
south SO eliuins: thenee west SO chains;
thence north SO chains to point of com-
mencement; contnining 640 acres, more.
or less.
Dnted March 6, 1911.
HENRY EOGLEY.-
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GIOORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKIO NOTICE that Patrick J. Dono-
hoe, of Vnncouver, B. C, urchltect. Intends tn apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-east bank of the Finlay River
about seventeen miles up-stream from
Fort Graham and one mile east, markeel
"P. J. D.'s S.W. corner"; thence east SO
ehalns: thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south SO cliains
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated  March  6.  1911.
PATRICK J. DONOHOR.
John MacDonell,  Agent,
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTHICT,
District  of Pence  River.
TAKIO   NOTICE   that   Paul   Roy,   of
Vnncouver, 11. C, cook. Intends to apply
for nermission lo purchnse the following
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted ™ ,ho north-east bank of the
Finlnv River nboul fifteen miles up.
slreuin from Fort Graham nml live miles
, ,,n,-i,,-el "P R's S.W. comer';
thweo ensl 80 chiins   thence north  80
the
ehulns:   thenco  wesi
smilli 80 chains to P
ent; rontnlnln.   010 :
Duteel Mnrch 6, 1014
halns; thence
f commence,
more or less
PAUL ROY.
Jolm  MaeDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE thnt Freeman William
Ferguson, of Vnncouver, B. C, commercial traveller, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post
plnnted on the north-east bank of the
Finlay River about eleven miles upstream from Fort Graham and three
miles eaet, marked "F. W. F.'s N.W. corner": thence east 88 chains: thence south
80 chnins; thence west 80 chaina; thenco
north 80 chnins to point of commencement; containing 640 ncres, more or leBS.
Dnted Mnrch 4, 1914.
FREEMAN WILLIAM FERGUSON.
John  MacDoaell, Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE that William Morrison, of Vancouver, B. C, miner. Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of tho Finlay River nbout seventeen
niles up-strenm from Fort Graham and
hrec miles cnst, marked "Vf. M.'s S.W.
corner": thence east 80 chains; tbence
north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acrcs, more
or less.
Dated March 6,  1914.
WILLIAM   MORRISON.
John MncDoncll, Agent.
FOHT   GEORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Archie Buchanan,
of Vancouver, H. C, steum-shovel foreman, intends to upply for permission to
purohase the folleewlng described lands:
Commencing nt a post piunted on tne
north-enst bunk of the Klnluy River
ubout seventeen miles up-stream f;'om
Fort Grnhnm und five miles eust, marked "A. R.'s X.W. corner"; thencc enst
SO chnins; thence soulh 80 chnins; thenee
west Sll chains; thenee north 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
640 ncres, more or less.
Dale.! Murch 6. 1914.
ARCHIE   BUCHANAN.
Jeihn  MncDonell, Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District of Peace Rlvcr.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur S. Percy,
of Vancouver, 13. C, broker, inteiuls to
apply for permission tei purchase the
following describeil lands: Commencing
nt a post planted on tho north-east hunk
of the Finlay River nbout fifteen miles
up-strenm fi-om Fort Grnham, marked
"A. S. P.'s N.W. corner"; thenci' east SO
chains; thenee south 80 chains; thenci
west 80 chains, more or less, to tin
river; thenco following the course of tin
river to point of commencement; con
taining 4S0 acres, more., or less.
Dated   March  B,  1914.
ARTHUR   S.   PERCY.
John  MucDonell,  Agent
FOHT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
T'KE NOTICE that William Morrill,
of Vancouver, B. C, locomotive engl.
neer. Intends to apply for permission to
purohase the following deacrlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-east hank of the Finlay River
about twenty-one miles up-stream from
Fort Graham and three mlles and a
quarter east, marked "W. M.'s N.W. corner": thence east 80 chains, thence south
SO chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acreB, more or less.
Dated March 7. 1914.
WILLIAM MORRILL.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FOHT OEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOT'fCE \hVt"5eo_fe,Hai_IUbn,
of Vuncouver, B. C, bricklayer, intends
to npply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencin .
ut a post planted on the north-east bank
eef the Kinlay River about twenty-one
miles un-stream from Fort Graham nnd
four miles nnd a quarter east, marked
"G. H.'s N.W. corner"; thenee east 80
chains; thencc south 80 chains: thence
west 80 elinlns; thence north 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
610 acres, more or less.
Dated   March   7.   1914.
GEORGE HAMILTON.
John   MncDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKIO NOTICE that David Elder, of
Vancouver, R. C, teamster, inteiuls to
following described lnml.. Commencing
nt a post planted on the north-east hank
upply for permission to pun-hnse the
of the Plnlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Grnham, anel
murked "D. E.'s S.W. corner"; thence'
oast 80 chnins; thenco north 80 chains:
thence west 80 chuins, more or less, to
the river; thence following the course
of the river to point of commencement;
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 5, 191-1.
DAVID  ELDER.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE   NOTICE   that     Hugh
Main, of Vnncouver, B.
tends to apply for permission to purchaae
"*     --..-■ described   lands:    Com.
     Hugh    Smith
eef Vnncouver, B. C., teamster, Inti-,   following ^^^^^^^^^^^
m,»ncln .   at  post  planted on  the north-
bunk   of   the  Vinlay   River   about
up-stream   from   Fort
■n«t
nfneteen
miles
..,. -...bom,,    i,om    rort
Graham ami live miles anel a half enat,
markeel "H. S. M.'s N.W. corner'; thence
enst Sll chnins;  tiience south 80 «»*-»«-•
thence west 80 chains  ;thenoe
chains to point of commeneenu
taining 640 aces more or less.
Dated   'Inecn 6   114.
con-
HUGH SMITH MAIN.
lohn MacDoneU
Agent
FORT   GIOORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE thnt John Anderson,
of Vancouver, B. C, hod-carrier, inteneis
to apply for permission to purihnse the
following described lands: Commencing
nt a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about thirteen mlles
up-stream from Fort Graham and one
mile enst, marked "J. A.'s S.W. corner";
thence enst 80 chains: thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chnins; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement, enntaining 610 ncres, more or less.
Dated March S, 1914.
JOHN ANDERSON.
John MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT GEORGE  LAXD  DISTRICT.
Distriet   or  Pence  River.
TAKE NOTICE thnl Daniel McCarty.
of Vancouver, B. C, labourer, Intends to
Snplv for permission to purchase he
following described lnnds:  Commencinf
I? nennst nlnnted on the north-cast bnnk|...       ,„.,    „	
of the Finlay "'ver nbout fifteen mllea miles eut, marked "D. McG.'s N.W. cor-
FORT  OEORGE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Duncan McGilll-
vnry, of Vnncouver, B. C, logger, Intends
to npply f-r permission to purchaso the
following deeeribed lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about eleven mllos
up-stream  from Fort Oraham and  (lve
FOHT GEORGE  LAND DISTHICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Vernon D. Denni-
son, of Vnncouver, B. C, broker, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commeneing
nt a post plnnted on the north-enst bank
of thc Finlay Rlvcr about fifte>en miles
up-stream from l-'ort Grnham and two
mlles east, marked "V. 11. D.'s N.W.
corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 610 acres, more
or  leBS.
Dated March 6, 1914.
VERNON D. DENNISON.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   l.ANI)   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKF, NOTICE thnt Thomus Thompson, of Vnncouver, B. C, clerk, Intends
to apply for permission to purchnse the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bang
of the Finlay River about twenty-one
mlles up-8trenm from Fort Grnham and
four miles and a quarter east, marked
"T. T.'s S.W. corner": thonce east 80
chains: thenee north 80 chains: tlwnce
west 80 chnins: thence south SO chains
to point of commencement; containing
640 ncres. more or less.
Dated  Mnrch  7.  1914.
THOMAS THOMPSON.
John  MncDonell,  Agent.
FORT GIOORGE  LAND DISTRICT
Dlstrlot of Toiice River.
TMvIO  NOTICE thnt  William Wilson,
eef Vancouver,   13. f\.  laborer.  Inteneis  to
npply   for   nermission   to   purchase   the
fetltowlng  described lnnds:   Commepolnz
nt a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Findlay River ahout nineteen miles
up-streum  from Fort Grnham anel three
miles nnd a half east, markeel "\V. W.'s
N.W.  corner";     tbence ea.st  80 chains;
hoooo south  80 chnins: thence wast 80
halns; fhence nnrth 80 chains to point
f commencement; containing 610 arras,
lore nr lees.
Dated March 6, 1814.
WILLIAM   WILSON.
John MacDonell. Agent
FORT  GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT.
_ District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE thnt George Rlatch-
rord, of Vancouver, B. C, engineer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following descrilied lands:
Commeneing nt a post planted on the
north-east bank of the Ilnlay River
about fifteen miles up-stream from Fort
Graham  and  three  miles  cast,  marked
TORT  GEORGI^LAND  DISTRICT
District of Peace River,
TAKE NOTICE that Patrick James
McGovern, of Vancouver, B. C teamster, Intends to npply for permission tn
purchnse tho following described lands'
Commeneing nt a post plante.l on the
north-enst bank nf the Finlav River
about nineteen miles up-stream from
Fort Graham and one mile nnd a hnlf
enst, mnrked "P J. McG.'s S.W. corner"-
thencc east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chnins tn point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less
Dated   March   6,   1914.
PATRICK JAMES McGOVERN
John  MacDonell,  Agent,
FOHT  GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE that Willinm f.fiv.-
berlnln, of Vancouver, R. .., Inbnuror.
Intends to nnn'y for permission tn p >,•-
chase thc following describod Inndn:
Commencing nt a post planted on thc
nnrth-enst bnnk of the l-.nlay River
ibout nineteen miles nn-strenm fi-om
Fort Ornhnm nnd four mlles nnd n half
east, mnrked "W. f.'s N.W, comer";
thence enst 80 chnins: thence south 60
chains:  thence  west   80  chains;
   „,.».„,.   thenoe
north  80 chnins to point of commence*
ment; contnining 640 acrcs, more or less.
Dated  March   6,  1914.
WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
TORT  GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River
TAKE NOTICE that August Delrlcn,
of Vancouver. B. C, cook, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
nt a post planted on the north-eaat bank
of the Finlay Rivcr about nineteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham, and mark-
I'ORT  GEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT.
District nf Pence River.
TAKIO NOTICE flint James Green, of
Vancouver, B. C, teamster, Intends to
npply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
ut a post plnnted nn the north-east bank
of the Finlay River abnut nineteen
mlles up-stream from Fort Oraham and
one mile anel a half east, marked "J. O.'s
N.W. cornor"; thence east 80 chaina;
thence south 80 cbains: thence west 10
chains; thencc north 80 chaina to point
of commencement; containing 640 seres,
more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
JAMES ORBBN.
John MacDonell, Agent
•    «»
/   ...
-:
■ > 'V.
I
*i
if ■
I
'\' ■'
■'.
-- li
'.
■i a>!
'.A
.* ",
':>
■ '*it:\
41, II
s
o
[
[
_
0
_
y
I
ods Dollar Day
Dollar Day
Wednesday, July 15th
In every Department of our Store, there will be surprising values to be had for One Dollar.
This is to be a Feature Day, and these prices are set for this day and date only. It is impossible
for us to mention all the Bargains offered for our Dollar Day, we are setting out only a few of
them here, and assure you it will be to your interest to call and look over our array of Bargains.
The date is Wednesday, July 15th, Dollar Day begins at 7-30 a.m. and continues until 9 p.m.
Hardware Department
I Axe regular price §1.00
•J A\c handles   reg. price...1.00
Total 82.00
Dollar Day Price §1.00
1 Gallon oil can 50c
1 Gallon eoal oil can  50c
1 Funnel 20e
Total 81.20
Dollar Day   Price  81.00
1 Dinner pail  75c
J Plate, cup and saucer... .40c
1 Knife, fork and .spoon 25c
Total  8.1.40
Wednesday's Price  81.00
1 No. 1 Wash tub 81.35
Wednesday's Price at 81.00
1  Bread mixing pan, reg. 82.50
Dollar Day at, 81.00
?i Cans Stove polish  .... 25c
1 Stove shovel 35c
1 Dusl pan 25c
1 Stove brush 35c
Total 81.20
Dollar Day at    $1.00
1 Carpenter apron 35c
1 Two foot rule 25c
1  I ry square 60c
■i • 'arpenters' pencils 15c
Total  81.35
Next Wednesday at  81.00
I Granite wash dish 30c
1 Granite pitcher 81.00
1 Soap dish  '.20c
Total 81.50
A Hair,,in at  '.81.00
1 No. 2 Frying pan 25c
1 Strainer 25c
1 Dipper 40c
1 Flour sifter 35c
Total  81.25
Dollar Day $1.00
1  Class measuring cup  20c
1 Olass tooth-pick tray 20c
1 Cake turner l,"e
1 Basting fork I.e.
1   I .tsting npoon  20c
1 Egg whip  25o
Total $1.15
Wednesday's Price  81.00
Ladies' Bargains
1 Bottle perfume  75c
1 Can talcum powder 35c
1 Bottle Florida Water  25c
1 Bar toilet soap 10c
Total  81.45
Bargain at     81.00
2 Papers needles    10c
2 Thimbles 20c
5 Spools silk thread 25c
5 Spools cotton thread 25c
2 Papers dress pins 10c
5 Skeins embroidery silk ... 25c
3 Cards mending wool  10c
3 Ladies' handkerchiefs  25c
1  Spool darning cotton 05
Total  81.55
All For One Dollar
3 Boxes hair pins  25c
1  Ladies' dressing comb...   40c
fi Hair nets 25c
1 Pair dress shields 30c
3  Papers toilet pins 15c
Total  81.35
Hood's  Dollar Day Price $1.00
1   Pair ladies' silk hose... 81.25
1  Ladies' vest 20c
Total  $1.45
At 81.00
Ladies' Bargains • continued
1 Pair lace curtains  $1.50
1 Curtain rod 60c
Total  $2.10
Yours Wednesday at  $1.00
1 Bed sheet     $1.25
1 Pair pillow slips 50c
Regular value  $1.75
Special Price... $1.00
1 Cocoa door mat $1.00
1 Foot scraper 15c
.81.15
Hood's Bargain Price $1.00
*   #   »   #   #
1 Faincy decorated earthen
ware teapot    65c
1 Glass sugar bowl 40c
1 Glass creamer  25c
Total $1.30
Special at  $1.00
1 Twelve inch Celery tray$1.00
1 Jell dish 40c
Regular value      $1.40
Dollar Day at  $1.00
1 Six piece set glass— Sugar
Bowl, Creamer, Spoon holder,
Butter tray,   fine   glass    ware
with good band pattern,  worth
82.50  $1.00
1  Electric light bulb 75c
I  Electric light bulb  $1.00
Total. ..$1.75
Dollar Day $1.00
For Men
1 Leather colar case 81.00
3 Collars, any style or sizt' 50c
Regular value  $1.50
Next Wednesday $1.00
2 Handkerchiefs ...
1 Pair Hose	
1 Tie	
„60c
,.66c
Total $1.11
Dollar- Day $1.00
1 Dull brass ash tray 81.25
3 Cigars 25c
1  Box matches	
..05
Total  $1.55
Going at $1.00
1 Shirt.
1 Tie ...
,.(J5c
..5(1.'
Total 81.15
On Sale Wednesday at 81.00
3 Collars any kind  50c
fi Collar buttons 25c
1  Pair cuff links 60c
Regular value $1.25
Wednesday at $1.00
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
2 Pgs. Raisins, seeded...
1 Pge. Mince meat	
I  Bottle pickles 	
I   Bottle Grape duice...
I  Can  Pork and  Beans..
 25c
 15c
 35c
 40c
...10c
Total $1.25c
Special at $1.00
1  Gallon can  Rhubarb  50c
1 Bottle White Star
flavoring extracts...$1.00
Small can milk 15o
$1.65
Wednesday's price $100
Bottle Olives 80c
1 Can Del Monte Peaches... 35c
.$1.15
Total 	
At $1.00
2 Cans corn  30c
1  Jar preserved ginger 35c
1 Can Cocoa 25<!
4 Packages yeast  *5o
liuo
Dollar Day Price $1.00
Hoods Dollar Day
11
0
S
D
L
L
0

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            data-media="{[{embed.selectedMedia}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.fgherald.1-0344748/manifest

Comment

Related Items