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 vol.
4, NO. 40.
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SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1914,
$3 PER ANNUM
iISASTOUS HE
TWO   LIVES   LOST
>alace Rooms, Two Dwellings and
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losf
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ves
v    morning in a     fire
rted     in tne     Palace
house owned     ;by
\Vodges.   One   of     the
was  Mr.   Bert   Moody,
ior     at   Mile one-forty
other i« supposed    to
\ustrian named Soko-
\i   the time the   fire
there were     eighteen
- in the building and     it
ml   known for surewheth
v had losi  iheir lives un-
ir remains were found   in
iii - burned almost to    a
nnd beyond all chance of
nil inn,  the  remains       of
v were found directly un-
is r a   and those of the
Austrian wer
I    I  I  WHmm
vern removed to the undertak-
nf Mr. (Iroosc where
Ison, coroner, called
gether for the   pur-
V, ii Lr what   was left
unfortunate victims
<1 ourned and     met
'int house at eight
night,
ie origin of the   fire
i' a mystery as    no
In- same story.   Mr.
ts trie lirst 'to    dis-
ii'l . as awakened
Store Destroyed.
their
>y    the
und seeing
opening door
I
found   near the
building.     They
in  on
'hurs-
met
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Moody was shaking and said
that he got badly Vmntm a n
figHt and near k .lid., He k _t
them in their room after giving them matches to light
lamp, then he, retired and fell
asleep to be aroused 1
crackling of flame
a light in ball,
he saw hall all aflame opposite
room No. 4, he then yelled fire
and fot out the front door.
Did not see roomers get out
excopt Mr. Chanpell and Airs.
Brown. Back door was unlocked.
Mr.   John Tierney who was
in the    room  and the last
to see  Moody alive was       the
next witness :   He came
B. ('.   Express   steamer
day at   ll .')0 a. m.  ant
Moody on Hamilton avenue at
2   p. in.  and during afternoon
they     visited the bar    several
times and   filled on booze played     pool,    then went     to the
Cache     witb pay-rolls,       had
supper at I'rince George, came
back     to South and still continued  to tank-up at the Northern.   Left      Northern     botel
about     10.30    p. m. for     the
"bill" where they visited several
houses and  had    mores drinks
stayed  at  last  house  probably
two or three hours, after leaving were nearly run down     by
auto     and Moody had dispute
.rigade could have I with     (halTeur     who     finally
lace building, butfehiased  them into bush \Mh,ere
■   . ■!, the equip- they slipped away on him  and
nt their   dis-1 went    into the parlor      of    a
be cangratulatad  house owned by Jean Starrs,
j it  to the   four were th to fifteen minutes when
, the bucket  bri-   three    men       came    iqamong
great work. .whom was driver of   auto who
rooms are valued  accused     Tierney of   throwing
stone nt auto and   immediate-
Hindus Go on Hunger Strike
McBride Lands Opened to
Pre-emption
flames and
"     alarm.
md control
nml  Si
■ie wan.
111 with $5,000 insurance
house owned bv Wm.
' dued at 82,000 with
■: ii nice, another dwell
'I bv Mr. Sutherland.
'•' S1.000 and n second-
era owned bvMr. Moio - .3,000 partly cov-
" mrance. Those who
to escape from the
"'his were : Mrs. Man-
nd Mrs. Brown; Messrs
bunny, Vayvada, Bill-
aldson, Zuravel, Nel-
['■■ E. Iv Phair. II. J.
impson, McKay, Tier-
_ \. Choppel, the latt-
500 in bills, a diamond
'kl watch and locket
! all his clothes, and
pa lost more or less   in
lili
INQUEST
lh
|r. \V,.
1 ourned  meeting      of
took place at       the
'l|l'   Dr,    Richardson
'"' the chair and    the
iurymen :   J, E.Ro-
J'hairman,       Messrs.
' roser, G. Witfiams,
I' and Thorne.
witness called    was
-''s the proprietor    of
1 '"'mis whose story
f\ll his post's 'with
l),lon of Moodv and
''*"'" in by 12.80 and
'"'' about same time
"wakened about 2.30
"7 knocking   at front
-"' up let them' in
|:*,(l them bo their room
'"'Hi men were drunk
"l"i-r about the   face,
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OSSIFIED ADS^
*}°N WANTED by an ex^erl
init in hotel or private
M'l'l.v Herald Office.    M.„.
111 Acres in D. L. 2166,
""i;e,  $6non.oo,   term.,
'• ion Herald,
ghoe-shlne Stand (Hotel
"™«   1'iciition   in   town.
'"'.v m Khaki.
U-E
.   '0 a,res of land three
,'•  "w". nnd 160 acres four
"'   li'M'll
"ergo.
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Inquire P.O. Hox
 jn20
w nnd HoatH for nalc^
to order,   One block
mn boat Landing,
,,       nt Builders, South
'■0. box 82,
. i,
Be
ft:
■;' ^'ANGEB-aow Garden
"A 'j18 Beautiful Okanagan
ota In Prince (;.'.ii'K<.
ly started to beat both .Tierney
and himself, resulting in Moody-
being knocked unconscious for
three minutes, he saw no sticks
but said men used both fists
nnd feet. The chinaman nnd
two of the girls bathed Moody's
head and brought him around.
He snid neither he or Moody
hit back. They then left by
auto and came down to the
Balace rooms, let in by proprietor and went to bed. Don't remember who lit lamp, but
says lamp was out wlien he
went to sleep. Awakened by
Siren got up and saw building wns on fire, says he was
feeling dazed furtlvr on ho said
someone came in room ancl
awakened him, anyway he got
out back door then he thought
of Moody, but could not get
back. Did not tell anyone
Moody was still in room till
sometime after. He snid they
were both drunk, Moody being
the worst of the two and that
lie helped him into his room.
Had no word with Moody and
they were very friendly. Wns
surprised to hear that a clot of
blood was found beside
Moody's head. All through his
ev|j!d&nce Tierney seemed hazy
and spemed to have trouble to
'•p_vmhcr details, enntradict-
ing himself several times.
Messrs Hanover, Chappell
and Nelson were called but
could riof give anything important.
Dr. Richardson informed the
iury that Drs. McSorley and
Ha.ier had not finished their
examination, but would give
thpir rernrt at npxt meptb1 <r.
From the exami if ton of the
remains of Moody there is every
reason to believe that he met
With foul play. Clotted blood
was found around his brain, and
this mi .ht have caused his death.
The Jury adjourned to meet tonight at 8 P.m. when it is expected to have reports of the
doctors also the two frit-Is and
chinaman who bathed Moody's
wounns and several other important witnesses,
Great interest is b-ine; taken
in this province over the arrival of the Japanese Steamer
Komagata Marti at Vancouver
with 375 Hindus on board as
it is a test of the validity of
the B. ('. Immigration Law.
Botb the B. G. Government
and the Ottawa Oovernment
have refused them permission
to lnnd. At a special session
of the Vancouver Board of
Trade a vote was taken on the
question with the result that
a telegram was s _it to the
Minister of the Interior requesting the government
use every endeavor to prevent the landing of tlvse
undesirable immigrants. The
Komagata Maru is anchoring
in the middle of the harbor
about one mile from shor..
The'r Leader Gurdit Sintrh refuses to pay thc agents of tlr"
ship the balance of the charter money on account, of the
men not. be:n_ landed. On the
twelth of this month the ship's
stay in Vancouver wiJI end,
and she will have to hoist
anchor and return to .Japan.
In the meantime the immigration court of enquiry is still
sitting; but the Hindus refuse
to come ashore to be examined, and instead have pone on
a hunger strike, declaring
that thev will starve themselves to death unless allowed
to land. The Hindus ns a Inst
resort have appealed to King
George to intervene; but it is
not at all likely that England
will intercede in theie beha f.
In their editorial columns the
English papers are strong in
their support of th'1 det°rminn-
tion of the British Columbia
Government to keep t.he Hindus out oft lve province.
Tt is very certain that the
Komagata Maruwill not remain in Vancouver very lcng
as there seems no hope of
affecting a    landing     of   tlieir
passengers.   The   harbor auth
Railroad Commissioners Pay
Fljirg Vis t Here
About 40,000 acres of land
was opened to pre-emptors at
McBride, where a special oflice
was established for a week for
this purposeby Mr. T. W.Herne,
Governmenl Agent at Port
George, on Monday, June   1st
about one hundred
being in line to file
l-'2 tracts averag-
aofes in extent on
of the river in the
of
at 9a. m
applicant
upon the
ing    160
either sic ^^^^^^^^^
valiley of the Soulh Fork
the Freer River, N:nuty-t,',vo
applications were made by pre-
£0 I emptors when the land was
opened nnd it is expected that
many otlu'- applicants will
present themselves, the land
being available to pre-emption
at the oflice of the Government
_.gent' af Port George afO'r
the special office at McBride
lias been closed.
A similar .amount of land
approximately '10,000 acres,
divided into quarter sections
of 1.0 acres, will be thrown
open in the westerly part of
the valley of the South For!;
of the Fraser river, sii.uat"d
between Willow River and Url-
ing along tha line of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railroad, on
June loth at 9 a. m. at the
office of the Government Agent
it Fort Oeorge. The system
adopted in alloting these pre-
"'mpt'i'ons is based tipoji t.ie
principle of firs:, come, first
principle of firs', come, first
served. Tl." first applicant to
fall in line at the oflice of the
Government Agont ho'.ds hll.
position in the line, the police
authorities beihg present to
see that no attempt is made
by late comers to oust the
early arridals, first to reach
the counter in the oTice of tb.
Oovernment Agent, wlien the
land is opened and he receives
the first choice. Others take
up the land in the order o'"
th.ii. nrecnieneel in, the line
formed at the door of the Gov
On Saturday last the members of the Board nl Uoilway
Commissioners for Canada
arrived from the Fast over
the line of the G. T. P. Railway by :) ue'iiie' train. They
were accompanied by one of
the Hoard's engineers. The
general mn'jiag.T of the Railway    Company     and   several
taken up. We als6 must not
forget tbe Mud River Valley
southwest of here, though
limited area, no riehfer soil
ie out of doors than it and
the land around West's Lake
South of here. There is good
land north of the Nechaco River and also to tl».> northwest,
but it is not the best land in
the district by any means.
The Herald is of the opinion
that when people begLn to farm
in th!s country to make their
t.„. living actually off of the land,.
other of its officials. The f'1Qt the majority of the farm-
Commissioners seemed to be ™g population will be found
in a   hurry.   They   only stay-  east, southeast, south and
ed in this vicinity a couple southwest of here. In con-
of hours during wh;ch time elusion we would say we hope
they journyed simply througg the station site question will
the three towns. They must '** settled once and for all,
have bei n in South' ' F'ort anc' that it will be put in the
George at least nwominutes. P'ace where it suits tlie most
It is rumored that the People, where the grade
lusiness of thn c*jiief Comm- w^' permit a teatn of horses
issioner Mr. R, L. Drayton and   to PUU °ut a load  and  where
orities     are afraid "that whajf^pent Office.
the announcement is made a
row will break out among the
Hindus ns threats have al
ready been made by them
causing the armed immigration .officers that have been
kept on the ship to maintain
order, to withdraw immediately. The boat patrol is still
being maintained however in
order to prevent a night landing.
BASEBALL
This svstem worked excel
lently at McBride. The first
man to take his position was
\V. J. Taylor, who spent a
month waiting for the open'ng
while several Alberta farmers
who followed him remained
for t.hrep'wc-is, and others
spent from two weeks to a
few days waiting the opening
of the office. A roll was made
of     the intending pre-emptors
On
boys
"';,  max Semi
,eofgB, H.C.
;nk, u.x '_,
NOTICE.
Seats for the Big Boxing
Bout Tuesday night at Prince
Oeorge are on sale at tho Club
Pool Room and nlso at
Brown's Pool Room at South
Fort George and the Pttstime
Pool Room at Central.
Sunday May 31st the
from the Foley Cache
went down to defeat at the
hands of the invincible Soutl'
Fort Oeorge Baseball Team to
the tune of it—I. The fans
from the Cache were present in
force to encourage their team
with the aid of their voices:
but Willred although he claimed to be out of voice outyell-
ed them all. From tho very
start the South Fort George
spectators wore a smile and it
was the smile that never wore
off.
The game though one-sided
as to tin1 score was the best
exhibition of baseball put up
this year. The locals appeared
in their smart new uniforms
and played classy ball all the
way through. Their were no
stacs, just good .eBm work,
the stuff that always counts.
There wore few errors chalked
up against the locals, and if
the boys keep practicing in a
short time we will have the
pleasure of watching errorless
ball. We have the material
for an a-1 baseball team but
you must get down to work.
in on'jsr of thoir coming and
tickets signed by the police
officials were given them. The
roll was called several times
each day and on the morning
of June 1st all formedin line
and came into the office to file
in pa ts in the order of their
l_-'|trity. A',, t.he. |m .emptors
expressed satisfaction, the system ensuring fair play to all.
Mr. Gorden Smith, an official
of the Lands Department at
Victoria was on hand to sup-
er.vise tht* arrang. .nents nhd
is at present in Fort George.
The majority of the-omptors
went on their land immediately, some of the Alberta men
tak/.ng Implements ou. '. ajivi
seed potatoes to start work
the following daw
NOTICE.
Seats for the Big Boxing
Bout Tuesday night at Prinoe
George are on sale at the Club
Pool Room and also at
Brown's Pool Room at South
Fort Goorge and the Pastime
Pool Room at Central.
Four hundred thousand acres
of land nre to bo irrigated by
tho government in Southern
Alberta.
Versailles, Franco, May 29.—
Ouimet, American, won the
open golf championship of
France defeating Lopping of
Connecticut here today.
Celebration Here July 1st
At a meeting held in the Fire
hall on Monday evi ning last
it was decided to hold a big
celebration in South Fort George on July 1st. A commit to.'
of three were appointed to
take charge of all airangpiments
who are ns follows : W. F.
Cook, managing director; J.
P. Campbell, assistant manager; Frank O'Flaherty, secy.-
troas. This committee wil in
turn appoint sub committees
who will take change of the
different branches such as
dancing, sports, decorations
and advertising.
A canvass for subscriptions
will be made immediately ami
it is hoped that all citizens will
respond loyally. The previous
Dominion Day e'Mirations
have all been good ones but it.
is promised thnt this year's
will outshine everything in the
pnst.
The    Western Pino Mill of
Grand  Forks is smashing all
records by sawing 103,000 feet
of lumber in 10 hours.
Commissioner Goodene was to
look into the matter of the
location of a railway station
at Prince 'leorge, which
vexed question has been be-
fore th' public for many yeais
now and there seems to lx;
nothing more definite about it
today than there was five
years ago. Fort George
people want it placed at Maple
street anticipating that it will
enhance the value of property
whieh they purchased from
the Natural Resources Security
Company. The affore mentioned company wants it at Maple
street too, in order that they
may i>e in a better position
to collect past clue payments
on lots sold and to sell more
which have fallen back on
them ,or which' they have never
sold. Some people want it at
Victoria street, their reason
being generally speaing, because they own lots there.
The worst feature of back sites,
is that it will be impossible
to haul loads from there on
account of the grades.
The site which appears     to
hnpe     the most     natural advantages is at the foot        of
George Street, a   flat      grade
away from it in   any direetion
is in itself nn invaluable asset
n its favor and in what     respect it is   far superior        to
either of the others suggetted
oeations.   Again    the  George
Street site seems to be in the
proper    position  to serve tbe
most people, at the   best convenience.   The people of South
Fort George were not advised
that the Commission was     to
visit here, so had no     chance
to    present any arguments   in
an       organized    fashion.   The
Natural     Resources    Security
Company    Limited,   however,
were on    the alert to      meet
them probably having       had
some advice from their Ottawa
lawyers or friends at     court.
The  Herald would have nothing to say to their friends   in
the western town   except     to
congratulate     them on     their
alertness,     wore it not persistently rumored that something
was    put  over on tho   people
of South Fort George       and
the     people    in    general who
would like to see the station
at its logical point, the foot of
Crown    grants,   and one very
stood that tho champions     of
the Matple Street sitto iflfe^Ued
that   the only good land     for
settlement   was   nortii  of   the
Nechaco     River, and therefore
Maple    street would be      the
most    convenient    place    for
them, if such an argument was
used it  was   direct mis representation     or ignorance.    The
land      nortli   of  tlui    Nechaco
river     it is true is open     for
settlement nnd has a       great
many pre-emption claims filed j
on     it by people   who as     a
.whole    list  thoir property for
sale as soon as thoy got their
Crown     grants    and one very
little more used to this country in regards to tho development    of tho land  than     the
speculators   who bought   the
land from tb> Government direct.   In so   far as tho quality
of the soil  is concerned,     wo
feel     perfectly safe in     saying
that th> best la   I adjacent to
Port Oeorge is t  st and south
east   of the Fras. r river to thc
Cariboo  mount nins efltd Qlies-
nelThere is a great  deal       of
this land  which  li is boon put*
chased     by speculi tots,       but
(here     is still lots of pre-emptions left and witb tho P.G.E,
on the east side ol the    river
street cars may got to at a
reasonable cost. We hope and
trust tbat the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada is large enough to decide
the question on its merits.
Although we certainly a|re of
the opinion that more time
should have been spent here
and that the views of al! sides
should have been heard.
Cbmni
p->e ]r
Chit t c "-¥ t . ff
FOR Cl AM I    S:l     OP     '
Hughes U ets Hall-a-
Tie     locnl     s.orts    of t1 is
district will he tr at d to        e
of    the best    box'ng cont sts
ever stage-' in t^'s rart of t i.
country    '--d which ta es    1
at Ritt's Nefer hall,        Prirc
Oeorge      on Tuesday     night.
These bouts are promoted   by
Chet Mclntyre, "the king      .f
promoters".
The first bout will ba a t"n
round featherweight e rn' H •
tween B"rt Hughes, tho la
boy and Len Halldny of Van
onuver who met two wee'sa'o
whm Hall'day got thedeci'Ln,
.'though Hughes Poored lupin the ninth. The scrape the.
put up wns admitted by e"ery
me present as the best in its
•lass ever put on here, so naturally their coming bout wi 1
be looked forwnrd to w:_.fr
jreat interest and no doubt
will be worth the price of
admission alone.
The second bout wi'l be between Cliet Mclntyre of Vancouver, and Da1 id M"n-n Id
of New Hampshire it ,r se t
n Central for th«_ hea-.-y • ei h
championship of Canada and
a s:de bet §200. This I o t
will be a hummer as both men
are in the pink of condition
:tnd ready to put up tlie fight,
of their lives. Chet who is
well-known around here i
some boxer and ha ing s.
-ntich at stake is sure to t
tp the best fight of his car e .
McDonald is a big husky chap
who no doubt will make Chet
go the limit. He has had considerable ex|>erienoe east wh •■
he figured in several I ea j
weight bouts and he prom s s
to make Chet step lively for
■very second of their ten-round
bout.
At tho Fort OoorgeThentre
onight at 10.30 Chat Mc- .
Intyre will give a boxing exhibition. He will take on four
of his pupils nnd Kid Burke a
ocal boxer. This will be Chefs
ast hard workout be'o'-e his
bout with McDonald. No
doubt a large number will
take advantbge of this opportunity which will prove interesting from start to finish.
BURGLARY AT McBRIDE
On Thursday night two rob-
bersbroke into Pat Burn's butcher shop at McBride. They
were discovered in act of b'ow-
ing the safe open nnd the polico
gave chase but up to the present time we have no word
of their capture.
Se
NOTICE.
oats for tho Big Boxing
Bout Tuesday night at Prince
George aro on sale at tho Club
Pool Room and also tjt
Brown's Pool Room at South
Fort Goorge and the Pastime
Pool Room at Central. /
BuiJder anu
Contractor
Estimate given tor'
Addre--  Gi'; .'.,'■  ',    ,    ,.'■
SOUTH  FORI  G	
oreeii uiu:,v uuiuc" ** vw>
Oril __ji_KU. Dot"'™ * 8. C Und Surrtyors
Survey- ot Uriels. Mine.. Towr.-it-S, Timber
Limits. Ete". 	
D, PENNES
The Jewelry Manufacturer
Maker of Artistic
Cold and Plating Mountings
Repair work of all kinds given
prompt stti  	
Third Street
Nwiet Block
Sooth Fort G-orse
Qjjaherty & Thome
All kinds of
Fruit, Ice Cream
Sodas and
Confectionery.
Himilto- Avenue - Soutn Furt George
Citv Express  and
Cartage Company
Express Delivery
Baggage Transfer
General Draying
C. T. RUSH   -   Proprietor
PHONE 51
nil'
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SMITH'S
CKEAM WAFFLE  BOUSE
Hamilton Avenue
It's 11,,- Fresh Eastern Oysters
H's the Ham and Ej.gs
It*B the Butter
It's the Meat Specials
It'! the Baked hpuds
It's the Pure Maple syrup
It's the Honey in c«r,_
It's the Pie Crust
It'B the Service
It's the Best in the City
Motto : Quality and Service
z
The Sanitary way
Fort George
Steam Laundry
Expert in charge.
Special Attention Given
to Fancy Goods.
Office hours: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Phone 47, 2 Rings.
Water Front •  South Fort George
ua\ i' \"
e onsider tin
los^ caused e
Type-mi Fevei
Typeid Fevei
although clei
come affected
human excret
to the
imprope
defecti.
the foo
(lies, an
and stoi ac
This dis    •
valent,    tl
Columbia 'm
this cause  al
live'.
Apart   from
ver puusuu e1
at 1'eiiaii' ia
year througl
•te
,i
iilth disease
people be-
is carrie 1   b.
ater through
wells,
or onto
agency ol
the.mouth
too pre-
i British
ar from
ig eighty-
,ss of   life
te' is enor-
C. Express Company Must go to Ottiwa
I'epartment
(
ii.ei.
nltO
ll
per
iod
«it h
ince.
were
a
ins wen
ipplication of the B. C.
3 Company to the Sup-
art tn order the rent one bridge and the
ion nt two built by the
,';',..n,l Trunk Pacific Railway
Company across the upper.
Eraser Rivef near Fort George,
hns     been     dismissed by
ustice Morrison. His
in his judgement
out that the proper
tn have brought the
before were the public
works department of the Dom-
Government, or th? Rni1-
rav Board, and that in the
meantime any damage done to
navigation on tive Fraser   and
M
Beg
NOTICE  OF   CANCELLATION  OF
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN  that
the reserve, notice of  whieh  ap-
peared in the British Columbia Gazette
on the 6th day of April, 1911, relating
to lands in the Peace River District, is
cancelled in so far as it relates to the I with
Fractional N.Vti. quarter of Section 13
Township 26, Peace River District; for
the purpose of sale to Mr E. P, Borden
R. A. RENWICK.
Deputy Minister of Lands.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C.
Dated March 16, 1914. mar283m
l° announcr. thai
they are OPENING •
Store at the corner of
Hamilto
ip
nn!
irtit
atti
ii I unon
earn in
mean
■■■1 ■_
tins.
gain
You can buy the Finest
Confectionery that can be
bought at —
The Fort George Drug Co.
wit I
Ten a
before he
h and
would
of 84,000
ity of
len earn-
. the loss
be
to-
ex-
tors,
JTOSS
from
r iv-
tbds
life,
ars.
WATER NOTICE.
APPLICATION for a License to "take
and use water will be made  under
the Water Act of British Columbia as
follows: The name of thc  applicant is
F. J. George. (2) The address of the applicant is Office of  Division  Engineer,
Grand   Trunk   Pacific   Railway,   Fort
George, B.C. (3) The water applied for is
supplied by a small creek on the south
nn   rivers   in consequence \alae of the Nechaco River, crossing the
i   :____ «<>„ Vu_ mpt    l1v ! Grand Trunk Pacific  grade  at station
., tne bridges raaj  he met   bj \ul3ml0i Bnd entering the Nechaco River
.,,   action  for damages. at Mile 264, B.C. (4) The water is lobe
The t"Xt  of the  judgement is  diverted from the stream on  the  east
• ll side about 1400 feet above mouth in a
l oart as toiiow s . straight line. (6) Thewater is to be used!
From      the  material   helore   for industrial purposes. (6) The land on |
on Avenue and 4th
Street «.4sr^
a complete line of R,.,. .
Ladies' Tailored
Suits, Skirts,  coats,
Shoes, etc.
Cleaning and Repairing
All Work
our Speciality.
GUARANTEl
W. R. Met
'PHONE   93.
li'
fied that a_ the
of the railway
have been com-
ild
llel
I if
ele.l
H. W. GP.0S5
A. C. BUCHEL
SOUTH FORT 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 Gasejiine Lighting Systems.
_ ___a-_-£_i_-_£__£___:_l£;i£_4£Ai^____i__i&___?___.___-___.___-___._V__i'A_'J
f Stock-taking SALE!
\
I
i
'i
;<
We are going to reduce our stock to make room for
the new stock that we have on the way. Therefore
you will save money by coming here before you do
your buying.   Just drop in and look at the prices.
'i
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Close & Brown Company, Ld.
GENERAL MERCHANTS.
Laselle Avenue an-J Second Street     :      South Fort George
sides i le
inlmess,        m ithod of
in n 'i ;'
tioi   is now available
This  • it
sists    ■ the use of   ly
phoid  p
tic, which     is
; e     .. I    re   ,
■   m  tier hvpoder-
mic ii. ■■
.   It mav be used
bv a    c
octor or nurse,      ana
will be
i] | ''•'<! on application
to the -
■ reiary of tW> Provinc-
ial Boa
el  of  Health,  Vi'toria.
Aiter
the   6rs1 dose there-   is
some sl
gfal   r  iction, the   per-
son mot
■ ated  fee  ae as if   he
had an
ordinarv attack of T.a-
Grippe.
This  passes of! in the
course i
f a vi i  hours and
does    n
.et i revent     the pers in
followin
.- his  usual  work.    The
second <
,,,.. :j priven from 7 to
in daj's
after th •     lirst. and
from    t
lis  practically     no re-
action i
»ccurs.   A    third    dose
for -till
more' complete protec-
tion, is
eiven from seven to ten
-lavs      I
ifter the second.—Prov-
vincial
l.oard  oi   Health,  Vic-
toria, B
. C.
VANDE
RHOOF   111 IA Iil)     OF
TRADE.
and that, likewise | notice was posted on the ground on the
works department   18th day of  March, 1914.     (9) A copy
' of thia notice and an application pur
suant thereto and to the requirements of the Water Act will be filed in
the office of the Water Recorder at
Fort George. Objections may be filed
with the said Water Recorder, or with
the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C,
within thirty days.
May 2nd, 1914.
m30 F. J. GEORGE, Applicant.
IN  THE  COUNTY  COURT  OF
CARIBOO,
Holden at Fort George.
Between
GEORGE B. WILLIAMS, Plaintiff,
— and —
THEMISTOCLES ANAYNOS,
Defendant.
To Themistocles Anaynos.
me,  1  am satis
re iniri'inents
V't of Canada
eeli.,1     with
th..     public
if Canada having regard to
the exigencies of the case sanct-
ioned the temporary obswuc-
tion of those streams. It is ..
matter of pointed comment up-
ui an application of th's kind
that there is everv facility afforded parties aggrieved to re-
sort to a great department of
state, such as the public works
lepartment of Canada, or to
lc great federal railway court.
known as the Board of t__l.il-
way Commissioners for Canada, and, notwithstanding
those facilities and the fact
that they have jurisdiction to
deal with the stibiect matter of
:omplaint, the plaintiff has
oassed them bv an_ ccme to a
'tidere in chambers .'or an order
to interrupt the imp' rtant pub-
lic undertaking- of completing
a trans^ .ntinental ra 'way.
Doubtless it may be true
a navigable stream i= being abducted, the pomt in this eppli
nation for me to consider is
whether the plaintiff company
is b'-incr obstructed in its navigation of those streams as
urged by the concil and that
therebv its business is jeopardized. Having regard again to
the material before me and,
particularly the correspondence1,
which passed between tl*e plain-
ti.r' company, I do not think it
is.. Should there be a damage
to the plaintiff company's
business caused by the operations of the defendant com-
panv, the aid of the courts as
rendered by means of a trial
uiay be involved if necessary.
I therefore refuse the application with costs."
which the water lb to be used is described as Lot 841, Cariboo District.
(7) The quantity of water applied for is
1.7 cubic  feet per  second.    (8) This
THE
McBride Transfer Co.
The above"-^^:
book Passengers, Express, Baggage' and
Freight to Fort
George at reasonable
rates. ::
WIRE OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION
CANCELLATION
OF RESERVE
NOTICE i, :■:::;       :;:,.•;,,,
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 laid
lands from lease under lhe provisions
of the Land Act.
Lands R. A. RENWICK
Department,      Demit} Minister
Victoria, K.C. 22nd   " of Lands.
April, 1914. Mum,
Fresh
\\. S. Cocker, president
the  chair,   the  minutes  of
last meeting were read and
proved.   Letter from 11.
erhoof read re visit of Es
■ moving  picture outlit  in
in
the
an-
Vaild-
sanay
June
Giscombe Portage
 TO 	
Summit Lake
It is the intention of this firm to start a freight ser-
vi23 from iscombe to Summit Lake this month.
Outfits will be transferred to any point on the route.
Parties who intend going into that country this
coming season can be assured of the best service
possible.
Goods forwarded c-o. Haynes & Wood, Giscombe
Portage, will be stored until arrival of owner.
HAYES & WOOD
or July left over to arrange at
next meeting. Letters re-ad
from two newspaper men about
start int/ a paper at \ ander-
loof left te. Mr. W. E. Gunn to
NOTICE.
A. J. S.   WILLSON
(Late Roberts, Jones & Willson)
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
ACREAGE SPECIALIST
Improved Farms and Garden Trcts F » r Sale.
HAMILTON AVENUE, SOUTII FORT GEORGE, R.C.
Phone 2, South Fort George P.O. Box 23, South Kort George
te, Mr. W
arrange. Mr. J, II. McMillan
spoke oi the benefit that a sawmill would bi' to the town.
Left to i In1 president and ser-
retary to see Mr. W. Rutton,
Fort' Praser. Mr. J. II. McMillan on the question of a
bridge said it would be a
downrighi injustice if the
bridge across the Nechaco River was note put iu norlh of
Vand"!-. out. That the public
works department should be
put in full possession of the
facts. That if ever any place I
needed a bridge Vand irhoof |
did in connect it with the.
north country. ..00 collected
from members of the executive
(to build a Hoard of Trade
Meeting adjourned,
John Macfic,
Sec.-Tras.
Seat, for the Rig Roxing
Bout Thursday nij/ht at Prince
George are on sale at the Club
Pool Room and also at
Brown's Pool Room at South
Fort George and thn Pastime
Pool  Room at Central.
the rwem existing uponCnm
lands in the Carib « and Cassiar Dt
tricu, notice of wj . ,,. ;. . .'..^
the B. C. Gazette ■ the 12th of September, 1907; also the reserve editing
upon Crown lands within ibe Land Re-
.,,,,   v.vri-L-  ._ . i ■ .      _  fordinK Districts oi Cariboo and Ul-
TAKE   NOT1CL  that  a plaint and  looet and   the   KamW Division of
summons have been issued in this Hon-  ""
orable   Court   by   the   above-named
Defendant for Specific Performance of
a  certain  Indenture  under seal dated
the 8th day of July. 1913, whereby the
above-named  Plaintiff afjreed  to  sell
and you, the above-named Defendant,
agreed  to purchase of and Irom the!
above-named Plaintiff t.11  and singular ,
that certain parcel or tract of land and
premises situate   in   the  South  Fort
George Addition, Fort George, Cariboo
District, Group 1, Province of British
Columbia, and more particularly known
and  described  as Lot 14, in Block 15,
Subdivision of District Lot 934, Group
1,  Cariboo District, according to the
registered map or plan nf the said subdivision deposited in the Land Registry
Office at th i City of Kamloops, in the
said Province, and numbered 701, at or
for the price or sum of $2,200.00, upon
the terms and conditions set out and
contracted in the said Indenture, under
which indenture you are in default.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that by Order of His Honor Judge
Calder, dated the 13th day of May,
1914, it was decreed that delivery of a
sealed copy of the Summons issued in
this action, together with a copy of
this Order, by registered post, addressed to you the Defendant, Themistocles
Anaynos, at South Fort George, B.C.,
in the County of Cariboo, together with
notice of the entry of the above Plaint
to be published in the Fort George
Herald for a period of one month, shall
be deemed to be good and sufficient
service of the said Summons on vou,
the said Defendant, and that in default
of a Dispute Note being filed by you
with the Registrar of this Honorable
Court within a period of twenty days
from the expiry of the said publication,
the above-named Plaintiff be at liherty
to enter judgment against you.
Dated at South Fort George this 21st
day of May, A.D. 1914.
MURPHY & MONTGOMERY,
Solicitors for the above-named
jn27 Plaintiff.
Hindus Refused Landing at Vancouver
He'll
NOTIC F.
Se.ts   for    the Big
Bout  Thill':: lay   ni. ||t   ,l(
George are on sale at tl
Pool     Room     and    al
Brown's Pool  Room n
Fort George    and the
Pool Room at Central
'1 he steamer Kowagata Mam
wh.ch arrived Saturday from
the east carrying thrf>e hundred and seventy Hindus on
board, is still anchored in Vancouver habour with the Hindus on board, Landiug having
been refused thmi by the B. ( .
Government.
Sundar Siugh a well-known
Hindu of Vancouver brought
the case before the local court
and not .receiving satisfaction
there carried to the court of appeal at Victoria this week.
In the meantime Sendar
Siugh has appealed to the
Dominion Government at Ottawa to intercede on behalf of
his countrymen. There seems
to be slight hope of his appeal
being granted.
Boxing
Prince
ic Club
uso     at
i   South
Pastime
_  Piierta,     Mexico,    Ma? 28.—
The German     st.arners    Yhir-
auga and Bavaria landed arms
am"
tin
the
(Ier
were
IN THE SUPREME COURT
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
In The Matter of The "Administ-
hation Act" And in The Matter
of The Estate of Odo T.
Chamberlain,
Deceased.
TAKE NOTICE that by Order of
the Supreme Court of British Colum-
bia,dated the Nth day of October, 1913,
I have been appointed Administratrix
to the Estate of the above named Odo
T. Chamberlain, deceased, and hereby
require all persons holding or having in
their possession any of the personal belongings or effects of the above named
Odo T. Chamberlain, deceased to immediately forward the same to W. E.
H ask ins, Barrister and Solicitor, South
Fort George, B. C.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that on and after the date of this
notice all persons holding back any
effects whatsoever of the said Odo 1.
Chamberlain, deceased, will be prosecuted.
Dated at Vancouver, B. C, this 2nd
day of May, 1914.
(Signed)   LEANCE QUAIN,
5-30-2t Administratrix.
lhe  ||
ammunition here today for \A
r.'jt_'^'^'^'^'^'j_:'^_ti'A_i'Ai*_*
A Do you contemplate 5
uerta forces.   Owing     to
peace negotations now un- iM
way     the     United  States!?
unable to interfu
I way with thc landing.
er in
any
BUILDING?
Thon  Invent wit.'" mir workmanship and
tfetour etitimates
DA .FORTH & H'INNIS
Hamilton and
Firat htrwla
1 JJ   v mi inn-torn .
4M   and Buildura I
xtr.^sWtXttW.irtTK^mWtZrtirt'Ai
Beef
Mutton
Meats ;nad,
Wholesale and retail
THE B. C
FORT GEORGE Ai
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
L. P. ECKSTEIN,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Haight Building, Prince George,
BARGAINS IN BUILDERS
SUPPLIES.
FROM MANUFACTOR 10 CUSIMtt W«»
You etTpct an enoi
Doon., UouMIntr*.
inir Paper »'»' Bu
direct by mail.
(TE
PRICES:
J1.SI
5-cross panel doors fur
light stiiir- < r.
5-cross panel doors for
dark stain or pai
Window Frames
Door Frames
W« Kill.-..»<■   ^ZmMl
WRIT! FOR NEW 1UISTRATKD W«»
806 POWELL ST.     VANCOIIYU£_.
Benjamin
Aerated Water
Manufacturer
SPECIALTIES:
Ginger beer, Cider Jron En
Prince George
Builders Co. Md
FOB SAtB        _.
Lot.4,6,* .Blockf" ^JrntW^
LoUlSAl . Block*"  " ,...
Lul 7, Hleeck IM •   •  •  *        jjY**
Quarter Cm'1' B«'nnc   '" ^ e|Wrtd*
Tw.,..maii.H>'w«;;:;i;.9i:,''ii!!',-'i,'.''''.'l'l!f'':
Ul  T'U_-Z*22Zr»-
For farther Particular* »P    •   ^
H.WILSON, Mgr„Corner Uj*»^
P.O. Bu 64
Ma ttblished oy uu—.......
'""""« company. Limited,
I'm
bt George, B. C, Saturday, June 6, 1914,
0
SOl'TI
2R SERVICE REQUIRED
A'l
I'OST OFFICE
nn
We draw the attention of
readerS to a letter -in
Everybody's Column" with
eference to our post office,
n(j we agree with the writer
iat the service given to the
nblic is <»ne of the worst in
tanada. In tho item in last
eek's paper we merely
noted the Assistant Post
dice Inspector, whether he
,eant the business done by
office or the service
not at
Bay Co. in connection with
building the bridge across
the slough.
By linking up these streets
we would have almost a direct route between the two
townsites which would no'
doubt mean more business to
the merchants of both towns,
the saving of almost a mile
on the present route around
by the river road and a great
saving of time to the general
public of this district.
We understand, plans,for
this opening are all prepared
and we urge the completion
of same at the earliest date
possible.
CANADIANS' NATIONAL
HOLIDAY
) the public we are
berty to say, it surely could
0t have been  the  latter.
; is plain to be seen that the
Istmaster is over - worked
; giving the public the
Jst service possible under
jesent conditions, therefore
lis up to the pest office     Every loyal citizen of South
■thorities to furnish  him Fort   George   should   join
1th more help, have another j heartily in the preparations
jcket opened up for the salei for the celebration to be held
money  orders,   stamps, here on Dominion Day and
istered letters, etc., and 1 make it the best ever.
ip the present wicket fori   Dominion Day is the day
jtribution of majl only.       of all days for Canadians,
'he business carried on by j and should be remembered
and celebrated by all true
Canadians. It has also been
a part of South Fort George
since its birth, the first celebration being held in 1907
and continued each year ever
since. Therefore it is up to
everyone in this vicinity not
only as citizens of Greater
Fort George but as citizens
of our wonderful Dominion
to make this the banner day
of the year.
We have just, received a coloured picture from the Forest
Branch of the Department, of
Lands at Victoria. The original of the picture is by a noted artist and outitled "A
Friend of the Forest." The
name is self explanitory. This
pioture illustrates a lesson
that the Lands Department and
the Press of this province have
been trying hard to teach to
pioneers of tlie Forest.
It is the protection of the
forests from (ires. No one can
be too careful when in the forest as regards fire. Camp fires
should be carefully smothered
and every precaution taken to
avoid the destroying of the forests as well as homes and property from fire. These pictures
are being distributed broadcast,
tltrougliout the province so that
everyone could have a picture
in their possession in a very
short time.
NOTICE.
1 office here demands that
pve improvements be en-
ced at once in order that
i public may receive what
fcy  are   paying
■cient service.
for—an
[STREET OPENING
NECESSARY.
'he opening up of Fourth
eet through the Hudson
f Reserve property con-
ting with Queen street of
Prince George townsite
very important question
th Prince and South.
1 business men should get
. ther and appoint a corn-
tee to confer with the
Seats for the Big Boxing
Bout Thursday night at Prince
George are on sale at the Club
Pool Room and also at
Brown's Pool Room at South
Fort George and the Pastime
Pool Room at Central.
KILLED FIGHTING FOREST
FIRE
raiment and the Hudson 1 came in.
It has been said that there I
is a sucker born every minute. I
The birth-rate has increased j
100 per cent, at Calgary j
since the Dingman oil gusher I
While fighting a forest fire
on the Cheakamus at Summit
Lake on the line of the P.G.E.,
A. B. Sharpe, a lumberman,
was instantly killed on Saturday afternoon. Sharpe had
been felling a tree in an effort
to stop the progress of the fire,
which was threatening the
Wolse sawmill where he was
employed. All at once, without warning, the tree broke ofi
about, thirty feet from the
ground, the shattered) trunk
striking Sharpe as he stood below.   He  was  killed instantly.
The body was brought to
Vancouver and is now atHar-
ron Brothers. An inquest haa
not yet been decided on.
Sharpe was about 55 years of
age.
Profit     Sharing Between Government   and Licensee.
Tbe present Timber Royalty
Act of British Columbia is
chiefly \ significant in that it
makes provision for the basing
of all timber royalties, subsequent, to January 1, 1920, on
the sale value of the timber cut
over and above an arbitraily
fixed price of $18 per thousand
feet board measure. The percentage taken by the Government of this prospective value
increase will be at first 25 per
cent, gradually rising to 40 per
cent in the succeeding 25 years.
This is no new principle, for
as early n_ 1889 the Dominion
Government required from
1 holders of timber limits in
western Canada a royalty of 5
per cent of the total sale value
of the lumber cut, which value
was to be based on the average
price obtaining during the three
months preceeding the sale.
But at that time the price of
lumber was not sufficiently high
to bring in any very largo revenue on this percentage basis,
so in 1898 the stumpage dues
wen; changed to the fixed rate
of 50 cents tier thousand feet,
board measure, which is the
rate at present. Although the
retention of the percentage royalty would have secured larger
returns from this source with
the steadily rising lumber pric..,
yet the principle of selling the
timber at a widely advertised
public auction ensures the obtaining, through the additional
bonus offered, practically the
same price for the timber without the former inconvenience of
constantly adjusting the stump-
age dues.
As the competitive, sale of
timber by means of the bonus
system is common throughout.
Canada, there is little likelihood that the Government does
not secure a fair share of the
present value of the timber sold
and by reserving the right to
alter the stumpage dues as the
price of lumber increases, a
share in its tuture value is also
ensured.
ml Paid Up;
Capita] Authortxod:
I25.000.U00
lUwerve und Unelivieled Profit- :
Ji;i,i7u,iii»
lie Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated 1869.
WITH WHICH IS UNiTED-
The Traders Bank of Canada
SAVINGS RANK DEPARTMENT
A GENERAL RANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Head Office
Gttnre i!rm..i_
Montreal
South Fort George Branch
II. C. SEAMAN. Manage
NOTICE.
Ashcroft  Lacrosse   Club c    .      .       ,,    *,.      «    •
i    Seats   for   the Big   Boxing
Ashcroft has an effic-; Bout Thursday night at Prince
ient and well organized la- j George are on mh at the club
crosse team which is aching to , p00i Room and als0 at
establish a record with some j Brown's Pool Room at South
outside players of the national j porti neorge and the Pastime
game.—Ashcroft Journal. !p00l Room at Central.
T- BURNS & CO. Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all Kinds of
Fresh  amid  Cured Meats
liter, CllPP_.    Fo<T« •       I       G00DS DELIVERED TO ALL
Ighest Prices Paid for Hides and Live Stock
one 38
Fort George .and South Fort George.
Phone SO
1
Save a Day to Vancouver by Travelling with
LAND EXPRESS Co. y.
'<■'Royal Mail and Express Route Steamers
ORATOR, CONVEYOR and HAMMOND
connecting at Quesnel with Autos, for Ashcroft
SAMER
LEAVES   SOUTH   FORT   G'-JORGE   EVERY   DAY.
'« Cam,
Round Trip to Ashcroft $80, Single $45.50
PHONE   64    FOR    RESERVATIONS.
GET OUR  RATES  O.V  EXPRESS
"meron, Superintendent,
ASHCROFT, B. C.
D. E. Mace, Agent,
, South Fort George
The Motor Cycle Dispatch Riders
of the Grange Army
rort beorge Undertaking to.
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.
Jl • __W%» lc   C/O®
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
GreatWest Investment Co., Johnson Blk., S. FortGeorge.
Northern Interior
Building & Loan Association, Ld.
OFFER FOR SALE.
Three modern Bungalows, situated on Corner of 8th Avenue ind
Brunswick Street, Prince George, at an extremely low price.
Turn ; 0m Quarter Cub, Educe cn   . paid in monthly iosUkecls.
BAIN & WILSON, LTD., Exclusive Agents, PRINCE GEORGE.
rr
AMERICAN PLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
^
id
lnl©
_>>_?a
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 rate* •> ap-
plication
^s
Beat of wines,
quora and ciffara
Albert Johnson,
Build Yourself a Home
The advancei. made hy the building trade In this* city are In conformity with the generally
Imcrovfd facilities of supply. It ia now possible to » .cure every requisite here for tho build-
intf of a modern, up-to-date home at reasonable prjceB. lean ilti..itfii und build your future
home to iuit your ideas.  LET US TALK IT OVER. OR WRITE
BREWSTER AND PELHAM
P.O. Box 17. South Fort George, B.C.
OUR BONE DRY LUMBER
(Costs No More Than Other Lumber)
Sawn last summer and thoroughly weather and frost Dried.
 ALSO	
Killn Dried Finish
and Mouldings.
SASHES DOORS SHINGLES
BUILDING PAPERS READY ROOFING
STORE FRONTS      COTTAGE FRONT WINDOWS
Wood $3 per Cord Delivered
Fort George Trading&Lumber Co., Ltd.
Phone 11 C.  MCELROY, PhonelU
SOUTH FORT GEORGE. Manager. FORT GEORGE.
T. G. JONES
Solicitor and Notary Public.
Fort George Trust Building,
FORT GEORGE. B.C.
HARRY M. BURNETT
Architect and Civil Engiheer
Temporary Office:
Corner Vancouver and Eighth Streets
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.
This picture shows a review of the men training to carry
war dispatches who will be used in case Sir Edward Carson
and his army of men from the North of Ireland are called
upon to resist the enforcement of the proposed Home Rule
Bill. They are equipped with fast motor cycles and many
of them come from the best families of Belfast, Their
wives, mothers, and sweethearts are looking on from the
grandstand.
EMPRESS HOTEL
Corner Fourth Mid Hamilton       •      South Fort George, B. C.
A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE HOTEL.
On American Plan. Rates on Application.
Bright and comfortable rooms and
suites at the Empress.      :      :
^G. WARCUP
Proprietory
Fort George & Alberta
Telephone & Electric  Co., Ltd.
Shares for Sale at par value of $160.00 each
Term, of Payment 25 per cent, on allotment, 25 per
cent, two months, 25 per cent, four months and
balance six months after allotment     ::      ::      ::
BAIN & WILSON, Ltd. spssr PRINCE GEORGE,
z
i tim many to Death
WKPotP
L 01 . ii
Bronger & Flynn
4b
Contra te rs ai I B lilders
Si     Til FOKT GEORGE
;    13
sters   of modern times,     tl_e
oss of iln1 Tit>anic on April 14,
  1912, which sank after collision
Effect of Inrjsh of Sea Alter Side of       with an iceberg with 1,490   of!
:-    Empress Had Been Crashed   Collier Backed   her company; the loss of    tha
■     ,,_,. Away Too Soon. Kike     Manl     oil the Japanse;
nell. Agent COastOIl      SoptemlxT    28,1912,
    ■ with 1,000 lives.
j Quebec, May 29.—The story other disasters that approx-
f/afpi? I of the tremendous explosion on jm:.t,.(l in the loss of life the
,_.villi  I  hoard  the  Empress of  Ireland  [ataliby list of the Empress   of
(after she was hit by tlie Stor- [reland were the Princess Alice,
stad was told tonight by Pl_i- -un|< [n collision in tha Thames
lip Lawler, a steerage passeng- ,.;x,,. September '.>, 1S7S, with
er from BrantSord, Ontario. .. \oss 0{ 700; the Ertogrul,
Lawler; was on his way U) Eng- [oundered off the Japanese
land with his wife .-. ml se,n. r0.,<u September 28, 1890, loss
"People were simply shot out 574. the Morge, stranded off
■ ship into the sea by the  i{oi.}VA\\  i;,-,.f,   /June 25, 1S94,
■ith a loss of  .00; La Bourgeon', lost in collision in       the
n'- N'orth Atlantic, duly It. 1898,
ome
ex-
SIOII,
Mr.Lawler
"1 \\ as pushed overbi ard \s ith
mv     wife ;uid    be
WE SELL EVERYTHING
- BUT GROCERIES -
could swim, so 1 tried to takeLith fl )os; nf 571. oie Japanse
care of my wife, but she - ipp- battleship Mikasha,   blown up
,,n September 12, 1905, with  a
from m\"  grasp and  sanl
Mr. Johnston, chief officer of hoss ni 59^
the    Empress,   said that    li td
—_ —
.orstad  backed   out!
.,   PROFESSIONAL   AGIT
ATORS   RESPONSIBLE
not    th
so soi n from the  Empress     a
large   number     of   passengers
would    have been saved.     He 	
said     when the collier    pulled     "Professional agitators con-
herself free the sea surged into nect d    with the     Independent
Northern Lumber & Mercantile
Company, Limited,
w. F. COOK, ht..
uissBi ran, r■»**.
C-1 fcUOtUK, S««„
:reby
1VF.X   Ui
rl tin Ian
.AND  DIST1
R. A.
M  L.EOD.
•   ...    |S    ;,..,      .'.'   .       •'            '    S            ' '
: LAND
-
25th  Mai :.. 1914.
of Vu
i" api ly for pe
follow •.'   ll
of the Flnla    ..
up-strean   fi  i
miles east, n
them asl   ■
cliains;  ll ei
soutii  ■' chali
ment; e ontaii li -
Dated   Mar
'*_...' J.-)' ■
~%-<ZZ'AA:;'A:-'As
C_T^r^' ^^
CAXCELLATI   S      F   RESERVE
11   th_   hole  she had   torn   in     thi
* side of the Empress, and    tli"
ie liner quickly sank.
u     Chief      Marconi       Operator
:t  Hayes, of the  Empress,    told
■;'   .ef     the sinking of the vessel.
.   "As soon as I felt the shock,"
':_  he     said, "1     was ordered to
sound the danger signal,    and
(4 the Hash of my '8. 11. S.' was
._' immediately picked up by   the-
:   operator at Fath?r Point   and
54, answered.   But  I could       not
S2, talk with him, for five minutes
ij   after the impact my dynamos
S4   failed  me and  seventeen  min-
.-.'.' utes after the collision        our
'_■ boat went    down."
he     To pluckily leap from     the
deck of the sinking liner     and
swim around ior nearly       ,on
hour in the river, and       then
to fall    dead from exhaustion
on deck of the pilot boat  Eut-
eka     was the     fate of an un
identified women.
ONLY   FOUR
DISASTERS   SIMILAR
IN   Mi 1   YEARS
Workers of the World are dir-j
ectly responsible for the large1
influx   of   unemployed laborers
in     Edmonton at this time,"
said W. J.Magrath,     president
of     tie'    Edmonton Industrial
Assoeiation,      today.       "These
lire-brands     are doing     everything     possible     to embarrass
our city and provincial author-
ies," he continued, "but these
officials are determined     that
the experiences of the cities   in
the    United States     and elsewhere     shall    not be repeated
here.   We 1 wive never invited or
encouraged unskilled laborers or
artisans to corne to Edmonton
unless they desire to engage in
farming either as laborers    or
settler.   We    have offered     to
place    1,000 men    on farms in
central  Alberta  at once,"   but
that is not what the ring-leaders     of the I.     W. W's want.
There sole aim and purpose is
to     start trouble and nothing
! else will do."
-THE CONSTRUCTION OF-
The Pacific Great EasternRy.
On the east side of the Fraser River between Prince
George and White's Landiug (Big 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 best 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.
South Fort George, B.C.
L. R. WALKER       ....       General Agent
tT
NOTICE.
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n    ! :     ■       el    N.E. .    7061,
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11,  6340,   5336,  N. _   and
S.E
. 7.  !   15   E 149, 7050, 5347, 5346,
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'   iele
1  S.W.',   531'.'.  5311, 5305, N.'
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18,   N   _722S,   7223,   S   .   7232,
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5,   !■: 'a   7214,  7216,   7212,  7210,
0   720 I,   7108,  7195,  7196,  7205,
I
.1'..
17,  7190    7194,   7193,   7192,  7191
.'.   all    ill    e Ireeiile   1 ll e\   1  .irile.ee,
,   h will I pened to entry
■    -. ee   on   the  first  .lev  ,,i
i   ,■■',, m. In ihe- forenoon.
atle   - will be received at the
the  A - isl mi  I !ommls_toner
Ide, for one  week from the first
III •'!•■     at     111"     "I'I'll t    Hie'
{     Commissioner     at     Fort
I. A. FENWICK,
Deputy Minister of Lands
leparl ment,
ctorio, B.C.,
25th  Mrach, 1014.
Mi titreal, May 30.—Th" Seats for the Bit,' Boxing
loss of life on the Empress of ''out Thursday night at Prince'
Ireland has been equalled or George nre on sale at the Club
exceeded only by four marine P*00* Room and also at
disasters in tiie last century. Brown's Pool Room at South
These were the loss of the '''"n George ancl the Pastime
Rhone, Wye, and other vessels p00' Roo,n ilt Central.
at     St. Thomas, in 'he' great  ■
hurricane of October 29, 1867, Sam Langford, the negro
when 1,000 persons perished; heavyweight, last week knock-
the burning     of   the e.v .ir--on m .1   out   Bill Watkins, of Nash-
boat General Slocum in
East Hiver.  New York,
the
on
vil^. in the iourth round of   a
lU-round match.
D
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 OR WIRE
WESLEY & Wl
SOUTH FORT GEORGE & PRINCE GEORGE.
I
yi
M chains to j.'.tn>
ntalnlng 640 acres
Wfc
Dated  Mo
FORT <;''
Pint.
T A 1. K    -;.
Vincoiever '
nlv for e,,.,-,.
In .Ine e'.. . r
B   ne-St   "lnM.
WIT  ire\|    M]| 1  ^
John  MaeDonell,  Aienl
IRQF   '   »   .T)   "lSTIllrT.
let nf Peaco Hi--,...
''I 'l. Mini  i in. iii Fields, of
...    !..••_..!'.    le.lPlieN    te.    Ill'-
issinn t" purehase the fol-
' e.,i lnnds: ftomnrtncln • nt
.1 .rn the north-enst ban1* n'
BREAD
2 loaves for 25c
AT THE
erman Bakery
Also Pastry and Cakes at
reasonable prices.
le.ieit twentv-one mtlep
ort nnilinni nivl two
ter enst, n, .k_ "n.
fiance fnsi sn chains:
t'e. i--|. inv p
un-stream fr
H'llp. n.iel rt
ft _V, e-..r
V'oooo   ,„„.il,
elinlns; thence f>n\nh 80 chains tn pnint
(if commencement; containing cm acres,
0"-..   e.-   |noa
Doted   March   7,  l.H,
DAVID FllJI.n.
John MncDoncll, Agent j
J. F.   CAMPBELL
CIVIL ENGINEER
British   Columbia   Land   Surveyor
IjiiiiI AKe-r.t        Timber Crui-er
Reprenentlnj GORE ft'JdcGREGOR, Limited
McGregor Building, Third Street, SOUT H
FORT (lEOHtlE. B. C.
CHET. MclNTYRE who lights McDonald on Tuesday Night
MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   1
w    Public  Auction*«j$*M
owned by the I'rovin rj tsN«l
ated in and near Fort 0.0*. ■
place in May am • um ^ for (I||
These Lou will be oil "^entil
without regar, to an "' „ ^M
that may be thereon, ana » f^ffl
who have placed "«eby to I
any of the said Lots ar ■* M
fled that if they wi h t s gsary I
improved Lota it w^ bt"       ^,1
purchase them at the AU«   ^i
deferred to.   >» >'   f, r on cl«"».4
ever will be given ,ml,„tse#l
an interest tnan>M.nP^r   ,        I
ernment Lots in. he •»'   tllority, > 1
were erected, w,,h;;;.M;,ri„„^|
an interest tn anv i   "",,..
ing on any Lot oireret fo GH
As ail improvement     '-j;jivl!»*
ernment tots In the jaw hy
were erected w thout:tn #m
the intention to trea alip ^
Ing »n interest therem M'|VU|
removing any
_ui  If.
removing °"jt  -7nlr,,rnniei» '"'j,
from Provincial Governm    ^
anv time within sixty u»J
they date of Auction Sale.        M
All Lots upon wl i I   "  . e 0l*M
IngImprovementoat he       .,■
will be sold sbjoct", 8nyi^l
days after date of »'•    811ch ^ I
provements  reman  K    f ,^|
it the time of delivery   ^i
will be deemed  to na
feited to the Crown.        0?s       I
W'Ministerial
Landa Department, 15lJ.
Victoria. B.C., Marcn ■joed land..: Commenolng
,.,1 un flie nortli-east banit
liver uliuut nine miles upon Granam, murKuU "J.
.,■ ; thence east SO cnuins;
ie chains; thence went 40
less, to the river; thence
iinse nl tlie rher lu puint
•nt; containing -Su acres,
Jll-I'e-' e
Ulllee
cli   I. 1 !H I.
lliell
ejill.il
MES   RBLLEy.
euiii.unell,  igen .
ia-l Patrick
iuvef, li. *-'., engineer,
iur permission tu pur-
.....iiii. described lands:
ia a post planted on tue
,i,k eel tne !• inlay Itiver
,uos up-stream trom i-ort
one uui- eust, marked
.s.w corner"; tiience east
■ ine' south so chaluei; thence
,j, tneuce north su cnuino
cummencement;  containing
.11   I,  IUH.
HAEL PATRICK RYAN.
juhn MucDonell, Agent.
following deacflbe'a'ianil.
at a post planted <,., , ••"ommenclt
of tbe Findlayin ''.Ao "'"• ,'-9ast bai
up-stream   troniFort a™   L''0Vtm '""
...n_  „„...   i  .«  Oraham  and   ne
permission ... .'.',7,". '"<■■";<*»
e...-n.,..i  ...   .l" nurchase tho
Commencing
bank
  .lilies
mile east, marked v r !/'J'"! and one
tlicnce east su clialm.. _..a'"' eorner";
chains; thence \ZlZVA n"nh si
soulh SU chains to noint _?lnS; U'enc,!
ment; containing 640 acr
l-aied  .March I,  j y j 4
 John MaeDonell, Agent.
commence-
res, mure or less.
su cnains; tnence west 80 chains; Ihenee
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated Maroh 5, 1814.
DANIEL McCARTY.
John MacDonell, Agent.
KURT GEORG
District of l4-eViSrTRICT'
A5S.N.9?1?   'l'at6TRh'oTas
Diatrlct
. .i'i I'
..i.   M.
ROE   I.AMI   DISTRICT.
I'eaee Itiver.
Unit   Juhn   Cerr, oi
logger,    Intends    tu
niis'sion    te'   purchase    the
ribed lanels:   t om menolng
ed eeie the nortn-east bank
River  abuut   nine   miles
ii  tort  Graham  and   two
i,,il "J, r.'s N.W, oorner":
i halns; thence suuth su
west   "I  chains;   thenee
-   lee   peelnt   eel   euinillclleo-
ig iiiu acres, more or less.
I, nn l.
JOHN'   CERR.
MncDonell, Agent.
—
Istrict
:   LAND  DISTRICT.
,i   I'eaee River.
TAKE
Jons 1
li tend
:: se
. :.... .
II11
i,   ■   ■    '
:. e. -    :
real    ' ■
(. | Inl
MI'I'll
I Vane
II t..Ill
1.    that    Michael    Mc-
ouver,    B,   C,   logger
loi  permission tee pur-
ving    described   lanels
e   pest   planted  on   tlic
e.l   the-   Finlay     River
up-stream from  Kurt
miles east, marked "M
ii..r' ;    Ihcnce    cnst    SU
Hith  su chains;  thence
lience nurth  su cliains
nencement;  containing
i  less.
r
llll 1.
Mil
HAEL   McDONALD.
ohn MacDonell, Agent.
TOUT
1
niei Is '
IEORG
Istrict
V'T!
:  LAND   DISTRICT.
if ['eace Itiver.
i:     that     Daniel     r.
ver, li. C logger,
■ ii ;■■ rmission te, pur-
-. ,t _   described    lands:
■:...-■    '
ll '   ■
1   .
hail
:   planted  on   the
Dl   the   Finlay     River
■ am   from   Fort
ea  east,  marked
rnei   . them ust  no
■" e halns; thence
llience . eeiith so cbains
■j 1 ■ :'
■I    ....
Dated
Mai
• -le.'tit;  containing
CAMPBELL.
Diellcll,   Agont
FORT
GEORI
K LAND DISTRICT.
f !'■ ■ ■  Itiver.
IT ■ KE
f   i
irroll Cliarles.
laborer, intends
■  '" purohase 11.e
1:          ■
1 '   ■
■ Is:   Commencing
'  e nnrth-east bank
■   ul thirteen miles
...   Vaneouver     11   .■ ~"  u,""m?s  Balrd,
sssBWTA •on£BSE,!CS
thence cast sue,ial,,s:UH.nce„uKh
south so cfcr^r^,,is?
mLnatieCdOn1iaa1,nei!U.,04i°9,a4C,'M' '""'" S >-'
Juhn MacDonell, Agent.
ner
SO cliains:
FORT GEORGE  LA.ND  DISTRICT
District of Peace  lllver
TAKK NOTICE tbat Hugh ' Murray
pf Vaneouver, B. C. teamster, Intenda
tee apply for permiss on to purohase the
following described lands:   Commencing
_t n,""r„,l;,',"n,,r," "n z ""th^snSSB
of the Finlay River abuut nine miles upstream from Fort Graliam, marked "I
M, S S.W, enrner ; thenee east Su chainB'
thenoe north sn chains; thence west so
chains; theuce south sn chains to point
ul commencement; containing i;io acres
mure or !• ss, ''
Dated .Mar.h 4, 10] (.
Ill1 Oil MURRAY.
John MaeDonell, Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Tom SnOwdon,
of Vancouver, B. C, butcher, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on tlie north-east bank
of the Finlay River about tittt-cn miles
up-stream trom Fort Graham and three
mlles east, marked "T. S.'s S.W. corner"; tbence east 80 chains: thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to poiut of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated  March  f>,  1914.
TOM   SNOWDON.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred M. Rutherford, of Vancouver, H. C, salesman, intends to apply for permission to purchuse the following described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted on the
north-cast bank uf tha Finlay River
nbout tlfteen miles up-stream from Fort
Graham and two miles east, marked "W.
M. R.'s S.W. corner"; thence eaBt 80
chuins; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; ttience south 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
WILFRED   M.   RUTHERFORD.
John   MacDonell, Agent.
TORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKK NOTICE that Harry N. Chemer,
of Vancouver, B. C., painter, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
fullowing described lands: Commencing
at a post planled on the north-east hank
ment, containing olo'aereH, more or less.
Dated March 4, 1914.
duncan McGillvary.
John   MacDonell,   Agent.
FORT  OEORGE  I.AND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace Rivcr.
TAKE NOTICE that Sidney Kearney,
of Vancouver, li. c, cooks, intends to
apply for permiaslon to purcliase the
(ollowing described lands: Commencing
at u post planted on the north-east bank
ot the Finlay River abuut eleven milea
up-stream from Fort Graham anel tive
miles east, murked "S. K.'s S.W. curner"; thence east 80 chains; thence nortii
80 chains; thence west SO chains; thenco
south 80 chains to point uf commencement; containing 640 acres, more ur lesa.
Dated March  4,  1614.
SIDNEY KEARNEY.
John   MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LA.ND   DISTRICT.
Districl of Peace lllver.
TAKE NOTICE that Findlay Robertson, of Vancouver, B. C, bridge-man, intends to apply fur permission to purchase tbe following described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted on tue
north-east   bunk   ol    the   Finlay   River
.... t ou uuuiiis;  tnence north 80 chains
to  poliit of eommencement; containing
640 acres,  mnre or less.
Dated March 5, 1914.
GEORGE BLATCHFORD.
John  .MacDonell, /-gent.
FORT   CEORCE   LA.ND   DISTHICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE that James W. Flaherty, of Vancuuver, B. O., superintendent, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-east bank of the Finlay River
about UTteeii iniles up-stream from Fort
Graham and four miles eaat, marked
"J. W. F.'s ... W. corner"; thence
east 80 chains; thence soutii 80 chains
west   80   chains,   more   or   ie»»,   iu   ...»
river; thence following the course of tlie
rivor  to  point  of  commencement;  containing 480 aeres, more or less.
Dated   March  6,   1911. T_ '
AUGUST   DELRIEN.
John MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Rudolph Schno-
ter, of Vancouver, B. C, cigar manufacturer, Intends to apply for permission
to purehase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted on
the north-east bank of the Finlay River
about twenty-one miles up-stream from
Fort Graham, and marked "R. S.'s N.W.
-te. _MJi &___.___*?» north rtlS^o^&V^wW  toe?h|
chains to poi-nt of commencement; con
taining 640 acre*., more *v less.
Dated March  _, 1914.
JAMES   \V.   KLAHERTt.
John   MacDonell,  Agent.
MJUT  GEORGE)  l.AXD  DISTKICT.
DiBtrict of Peace Itiver.
TAKK NOTICE that John Cockton, of
Vancouver,   H,   C,   master   mail ner,   In-
: t .nils  to  apply  for  permission  to  pur-
| chase    the   following    described   lanas:
^_r_iXiTZ_"^_T^T_'^1SSSWU. \F°\Lp^_t_y u,hi.'al
k™mi_s. «sr^e.&£ "hi .£ %T_,_n___ .'Zzir.zrziwzz
north 80 cliains; thence west 80 chains; j 2'™",, K"drnUer"- ThenceeastTo chains'
thence south 80 chains to point of coin-1,,',__;! I:...,... J_ :.i,,.i-".^   *!....._....":
po:	
mencement; containing  640 acres,  more
or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
FINDLAY ROBERTSON.
John  MacDnnell,  Agent.
thence south 80 chaina; thenre weat 80
chains;  tiience north  80 chainB to point
of commencement; containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Dated  March 5, 1014.
JUHN  COCKTON.
John   MacDonell,   Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LA.ND   DISTRICT. _          .
District of Peace Rivor. ...,,. Or?n_n_  r avii   ihhthh'T
TAKE NOTICE  that  Charles  J.  Egg-:     ^'"Vlstrio. o'f Peace River
ley.   of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   construction e    takf voTii'F that'WMllam Smith  of
foreman,  intends  to  apply  for  permls- v™™£  b   c    tmLmater   .nlSida to
sion to purchase the following described ^youfV0'rr' permission   to  purchase  th.
lands: Commencing at a pnst planted un j -•■     -        -       ■-   -   - -
river;   thence   following   the   course   of
the   river   to   point   of   commencement;
ontaining 160 acreB, 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 apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-cast bank of the Finlay River
about twenty-one miles up-strearn from
Fort Graham and one mile and a quarter east, mnrked "J. McD.'s N.W. c i ■
neir"; thence east 80 chains: thence
soutii 80 chuins; thence west 80 chains;
thenre north 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more
or  lens.
Duted  Mnrch   7,   1914.
J..MFS McD .N.T.P
FORT   OF.OriCI.   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace Rlv r
fATTF.   NOTICE   that   Step!
the north-east bank of tlie 1-Inlay"hiver I folll'Wln .   described   lands:'Commencing I boll, of Vancouver. B. C, logger, i
about eleven iniles up-stream from rort' '. a, "°i.! P'anteet nn the north-east buna j to apply for permission to pnrc'ri
^^^ -_,i i or the I'inlay River nhiiut thirteen miles I following described   lands:   Co.'iim
Graham and three miles east, marked
W.'b N.W. corner": tiience east 80
chains; the.nce south 80 chains; thence
west 80 cbains; thence nortii 80 chains
to point of cummencement; containing
010 ucres. more or-less.
Dated   .March   4,   1914.
CHARLKS WERNER,
John MacDonell. Agent.
I'lyltT  GEOROE LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE tbat Thomas Buchanan,  of Vancouver,  B. C, miner, Intends
lu applv for
leelleiwln.    de   _-_-_-_------_----__---_
at a post ilanied on the north-east bank
eif the Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream frpm Fort Graham and one
mile ictst. marked "T. R.'s N.W, corner .
thence .-a.! go chains: thence south 80
rbains; thence west 80 ehalns; thence
north 80 chains tu point of eommencement: containing fito acres, more or iess.
Dated   March  "e,   1914.
THOMAS BUCHANAN.
Julin MacDonell,
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTHICT.
Diatrict of Peace River.
...,•..   v..,..,™   »u-vir'T_    .     I     TAKE NOTICE that Martin O. Lund,
TAKE  NOTICE  Ethat Frank Char es  of   Vancouver,   B   C,   chef,   Intends   to
.'orbeck, of Vancouver, B. C broker, in-j apply   for   oermi*
FOHT  GKORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
tends   to apply   for  permission   to  purchase   the   following   described   lands:
Commencing  at  a post  planted  on   tbe
north-east   bank   of   tbe   Finlay   River
ubout fifteen miles up-stream from Fort
Graham,  marked  "F.  C.  N.'s S.W.  corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence north
.80 chains; thenee west 80 chains; thence
ermission to purchase the|NOUth  su cbains to point of commence-
rll.ed  lands: Commencing j mcnt; containing 640 acrea, more or less.
Dated March 5, 1914.
FRANK  CHARLES NORBECK.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
1-VHT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE tbat Jam.?« Suther-
andv for nermissinn to "nuro_ase"'tha ! land' of Vancouver, B. C. painter, In-
?oPllo»ingr d5EK2°uX'commencing Jjjj« tt°hp,'P.i.,„LTn/erdmieSHl:"I_ XoT-
at a post planted on the north-east bank I ^2,. 'Jf '°',l0?ln"..,de-f,c/J ?,? 1na"d"i
of the Finlay River about seventeen ''"TeSs tank ofP tie' -.nfav River
_T_.l\V__f^__Z^_^S O^" ^r.r,!r,ebeannk mlL^p-tt  To%
Sol™ "th££ -Srtl. chaVns.'Whence L"*.0??"^ v^d '"ZZ^T T'' T!_
north 80 ohaine; thence west 80 ehaino;^'nJ'Si»8'W. corner ; thence sast 80
tbence south SO chains to point of com-; ^a<™. then :e north SO chains: hence
mencement;  containing 640  acres, more  "„es;„._.   V.  .*'.__.-5 --".    - _ l"",ns
or less.  ^.^.^^--^------^^---^^—^^^^^
Dated March 6, 1914.
MARTIN O.  LUND.
John  Macl-onell,  Agent.
Ue  point  of commencement;   containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated  March  6.  1914.
JAMES   SUTHERLAND.
John  MacDonell, Agent
more   or   less. H|	
Dated   March   7,   1914.
STEPHEN CAMPBELL.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FOHT  GEORGE   L-.ND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace Hiver.
TAKB   NOTICE   that   Joseph   White-
man, of Vancouver, B. C, logger. Intends
FORT GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT,     i     ivv,,T (jEmmi-   i im  i,i"Bi.u^.~
DiBtrlct   of   Peace   River.   ■ i nT.Tl. , „f J. DlhTRIcT.
TAKK NOTICE that George Nash, of      TAKV l-nru-v Xj  tn'Z^i
Vancouver   B   C    tailor   intends i„ ., '   .K,*' NOTH. h that John Stevenson,
ply   fur permission to nureha?? the tot' i"' Van,<:°««r, B. C, bollennaker. intends
lowing described "ands? cSmm-nelS^ .    - ■     —
  a  po".   PlantedTon "he' north™.ut  bank i followiD« described  lands:  Commencing ; J" apply for permission to purchase the
"T  : of the FiLlai.River about fi__£_i m?u« ai a .pasl Plar'led on ">« north-east bank I following described  lands:  Commencing , „,   ,
'""".I'iri!.   .!f  Pea.;-' ,V,l.r'HU"r-    mT^%m\_m^V_^-^iM-- ""   F""ay   ?'*«-*bout   seventeen | aJ ^post *.„,* on the nor.^eas, ban? | apply""^ permission   to" p.rcha_
T.KE'^iVc^r^viy^^^^ 	
FORT  GEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TiKK NOTICE that Thomas Doyle, of
Vancouver,   B.   C,  teamster.   Intends  tr
apply   for   permission   to   purchase
following described  lands:   Comrr" r.
at a post planted on the rn.rth-c   *
of the Finlay River about niretec-
up-Btream  from  Fort  Graham and
a milo east,  marked  "T.  D.'s S.W   cor.
ner"; thence east 80 chains: thence llorth
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south  80 ehalns to point of commenoc-
ment; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March   6,   1914.
THOMAS   DOYLE.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT GEORGE LAND   DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
T'KE   NOTICE   that   Jos.ph   Kcs"'"
of Vancouver.  B. C, logger. Intend.,  i
; and a half up-stream from Fort Oraham,  miles'up-'stream "from Fori"6raham and | of the Finlay River about thirteen miles ! folfowln .' described^Undi: "Comm
„,_-_„.i   ■•_    v ■_   o _-    —-„••.   tiience f0ur mjie8 east, marked "J. S.'s S.W. cor-1JJfrftream from Port Graham ond_ three (at a post_nlnntel on the north-east
...        ,     ,   ,,   ,,    „.,-»..   ,„,__,„_,    ,    •■  r  ...——    -- chains, i nep'';"the°nc*e"ea'st 80 .halns; "the nee' nortli' ™1JSS «a6t'  mar.k^''  ''J-, W.'s S.W. cor-1 of "t hV'Fl'niay  River about   twenty-on
of  \ ancouver, H. C, painter, Intends to , more  or  less,  to  the  river:  thence  fol-  jo chains' tbence west 80 chains' thence ner ; thence east 80 chains; thence north ' —" '-        -_—'":
"""'"     ' """'"'" ' h°°-   •'"-,  "-  *- "-- 80'chains to point of commence-j 80 c.talAs: thence west SO chains; thence
containing 640 acres, more or less. .south 80 chains to point of commence-
apply   for   permission"  to   purchase   the IiowlnsT'the""eoufie"of th«"rivi. Tn"n_rn"» ■ '" *'."
of the Finlny Hiver about thirteen miles
up-stream   from   Fort  Graham  and   two
miles  east,   marked   "D.  D.'s  N.W.  cor-
. ,rer"; thence east 80 chains: thence Boutn
.ranam,   marked   g0 c|,8|ns; thence west 80 chains: thence
more or less. __^^__^^^^^^___
Dated March 5, 1914.
GEORGE NASH.
John MacDonell, Agent.
Dated March 6, 1914.
JOHN STEVENSON.
John MacDonell, Agent.
ment; containing 640 acres, more or less,
loated  March  6,  1914.
JOSEPH WHITEMA.N.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
er": thence east 80
i SO chains; thence
or less, to the river;
e'eetirse of the river
icemoat;  containing
C UtROLL CHARLES.  .
John MacDonell, Agent.
r	
[FORT GKeiRGE LANI
DI
STRICT,
<■-■■   ■ ,,f Peace
Rh
er.
TAKI    !      ' 'E    that
Angus
McOil-
[ni     •        mver, n.
c.,
ml
ier,  in
e--                Cor pern
lasl
m
to pur-
f. ■   ■     '     wing    descrii
e,l
lanels:
:<• ■      ng at a   post  i
lllll
I'd
on   the
bri ■■ ••  '    .    of   the
Fin
ay
River
■ '     i      Ilea up-atr
?am
fie
in Fort
i i .' . ■      irner"'   th
St.   1
llll
<e-,l   "A.
I'.'-   '       ■   n.ol'i' Sll
chai
ns;
thencc
f'"' '           ■ -     Ibelie't-   s
ell til
SI
chains
j point ol     i: mencemi
nt;
containing
1    ••■        •  or l.-ss.
• Hi    ■          1,  mi I.
^NQUS   Mc
IIL
.IV
AI'.V.
John Ma
'tie.nell
Agent.
north  SO  chains  to point of commencement; conlaining 640 acres, more or leBB.
Dated .March 5.  1914.
DAVIS  DONALDSON.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT
District  of  Peace  River. . VM      „. .„„      .„„
TAKE NOTICE that John P Smith, of ; Anderson, "of "Vancouver,   B."c.,"carpen-
Vancouver. B. C„ bricklayer,.Intends _to | ter, intendB to apply tor permission  to
FORT  GEORGE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace  River.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Thomas   Adam
FORT  OEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TIKE   NOTICE   that   Henry   Vi.   Mc-
Greeor,   of   Vancouver.   B.   C„   timber
Vnhn',Mncnoneii""Ae«nt ;aPf'>'   for   permission   to' purchaae   the  pu'rchare'-'the"foriowi'ng*'"des-ribed"iands. I cruiser, Intends to apply for permisslo'n I
■lonn .-acuoneu, Agent.. f0nowlng described   [ands:  Commencing  commencing at  a  post  planted  on   the Jo   purchase    "•-    •-"-—--     ^--'
following " described I
miles no-stream from Fort Qraham and
two mlles and a uarter east, marked "J.
K.'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 640 acres.'
more or less.
Dated  March  7,  19141
JOSEPH KESSIER.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GKORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
J»fE NOTICE that William Morrl'l
ITaki: -..
«, nf Vi
HOE   I.AND   DISTKICT.
• i 'ef Peace River.
ice  tlmt  Jamea  J.   Lou-
nuver,   B,   C,   logger,   In-
leer permission  to pur-
', wing   deacrlbed   lamls:
"   B   peest   planted   on   the
of    the   I'inlay   River
i  up-Btream  .mm  Fort
"eie   miles   east,   murked
'   ■ nrner"; the i easi sn
v"  cliRlns:   tbelie'e  weBt   Sn
 ih sn ohalna lee point
;i' ni; containing *. lei aores,
li   I,  1914,
JAMES J. LOUDON
John Mui'Doncll, Agent.
. iki:'
IE
l.ANI
l   DIST!
ICT.
nf
Pl :,,,
Itlv
r.
I-;
that
Male
li.
ilm
James
logger,
le
r per
nisei
in
e. pur-
. 1
ig    d
•si-ri
led
lands:
a
Peesl
lllllll
•el
ue  tho
'    llie.
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Flnl
nm
IV
rfiu
Rlvar
i  Fori
ii
lie.   e.j|
sl. n
ark
cd "M.
'■i":
bene
.   e
isl    SO
Ill    VII
cbnl
is:
thenee
111
nee .
eeillll
.ii
chains
nn
•Iiee-ln
'lit;
son
ainlng
'J'
■ SS.
,_i
191 1
•1AM1
S M(
ntltow.
In)
n   Mn
Dun
>n.
Agent.
iains: thence west 80 chains; thence
north so .'bains to point of commencement; containing 040 acres, more or less
Dated Marcli .'., 1914.
JOSEPH MORGAN.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
I'eellT   elEllHGE   I.AND  DISTRICT,
Dlstrlol   eif   I'eaee   River. [at a post planted on the north-east bank
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Peter   Hyland, lof   the   Finlny   River   about   seventeen
of  Vancouver,  B, <',,  logger,  intends  to I miles up-stream trom Fort Graham and
applv   fur   permission   to   purchase   thejonc mile east, marked "C. B. W.'s N.W.
feelliewing described  lands; CommonclngIcorner"i  tiience east 80  chains: thence
at 11 posl plantod een the north-east hank mouth 80 chains; thence west 80 chains:
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles j thence north 80 chains to point of rom-
up-stream  from  Fori  Oraham and  four | mencement; containing 640 acres, more
inlle-s eust. marked "P. H.'s N. w, cor-jor less,
iter"; thenoe eaal 80 chains: thenoe south     Dated March 6. 1914.
sn ehains: thanes wait so cbains; thence |                      CHARLES B. WESTI.EY.
llorth   sn  .'huins t-e point  of commence-j                             John  SlacDonell,  Agent.
iiient. containing filO aires, mnre or less.  — —
Dated  Marcli  5,  I«K j    TOUT OEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
, ,    \.    ,.,.'.       . District  of  Peace   River.
Jolm   MacDonell,  Agent. I    TAKE NOTICE that Hartford B. See
1-XJRT  GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District   of   Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Charles B. West-
ley, of Vancouver, B. C, logger, lntenaa
10 apply for permission to purchaae tbe!at"a post planted on "the-nurth-cast bank
following described  landB:  Commencing j of   the   Finlay   Rlvcr   about   seventeen
miles up-stream from Fort Graham and
tX1HT   GEORGE   I.AND  DISTHICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph White, of
Vanoouver, B. C., labourer, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase tiie
following described  lands:  Commencing
three miles cast, marked "J. W.'s N.W.
corner": thence east 80 chairs; tiience
south 80 chains; thence west SO chains;
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dated  March  4,  1914.
JOSEPH   WHITE.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LA.ND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Henry Eggley, of
Vancouver,   B.   C.   ironworker,   inteneis
r'e.lHT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peuce River.
TAKE NOTICE th"t Patrick .1. Dono-
hoe. of Vancouver, B, C, architect, intends to applv for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted on the
neertb-east bank of the Finlay River
about seventeen miles up-stream from
Fort Graham and one mile east, marked
"P. J. D.'s S.W. corner"; thence eaat SO
chains; theuce nortii SO chains: thence
west SO chains: thence south 80 chains
to pnint of commencement; eontainlog
640 acres, more or less.
Duted  March  6.  19'4.
PATRICK J. DONOHOE.
John MacDonell, Agent.
ment: containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 7. 1914.
WILLIAM MORRILL.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Feace River.
T*KE NOTICU that Arthur S. Percy,
I akm ..unci, mm nariioro ti. eee- j.. ttDDh. for Dfrmission to nurchase tlielof yan<:0UV('r.  B. C., broker,  Intonds  to
ley. of Vancouver, B.   ... miner, Int.nds j follow ing described    ands    _&mme£ctn_ \.p,ff,y .for -,per"SW0?   «°   P^cliase   the
,10 apply for permission to purchase the J?"anost nlantedI on the Sirth-east bank   'ollowlng  described   lands:  Commencing
followiig described  lands: Commencing !a5 \#»pffi2vR.ver  about   "ventee-!a'",p0«t,p,la"t«1, on *« north-eaat bank
TAKF  NOTICE  that   Edward   tf.  OliJat a post planted on the north-east bank i°rn,.g'„','"'    from Fort Graham and  of thr "n,?v  Ki\f obout fifteen miles
ver, of Vancouver, fa. C printer Intends . ,f the Plnlay Rivor about e. van t^es?0»^ from Fort  Graham   marked
to apply leer permission lo purchase the j .p-S tream  from   Port   Graham   and ,one'001TP^..   t|,enc(,  Mst   8(1  chains;   thence1  -■ ■'      -   'N'^1 con,t!r . tbence east
FORT  OEOROE LAND  DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
T . .E NOTICE that Geor .e Ha'niltc....
of Veancouver, B. C. bricklayer. Intend-
to Bpply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commercing
at a post planted on the north-enst bank
of tlie Finlay River about twenty-one
miles ur-stream from Port Graham and
four mlleB and a quarter enst, marked
"G. H.'s N.W. corner": thence enst sn
chains; thenee suuth 80 chsins: ther...
west 80 chains; thence north SO 0^**1
to point of commencement; contn'-
646 acres,  more or less.
Dated  March  7,   1914.
GEORGE HAMTT.T-1*1
John MacDonell,    ."e.ret
I'eiltT  GEORGB  LAND  DISTRICT.
Dl itrlCl   nf   Peace   River.
lollowing described lands: Commencing I m)lo east, marked "II. B. S.'s N.W. coral a posl planted em the nortb-ensi bank Iner"; thence east 80 chains; tiience south
of the Finlay Hiver about thirteen miles ; 80 chains; thonce west 80 chains; thence
up-stream   from  Fort  Graham   and   (lve I north  80 chains to point of commence-
mlles eusi, markeil "E. M. O.'s N.W. corner": thence eaal 80 chains: tbence soutli
su chains; th'enca west so chains: thenre
north so chains to pMnt of commence-
m-'ii; 1 ui 'iilnlne lilf' acres nuere or less.
I in ted March 6, 1614
BDWARD M   OLIVER.
Jnhn  MacDnnell,  Agent.
ment: containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated   March   4.   1914.
HARTFORD B. SEELEY.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
!"""'!   M„
[birr
"1    LAND   DISTHICT.
' ,'<  Pel  Hiver.
" I , thoi  joe  Hruwen, of
'. .   logger,   Intenils   to
M.ei, to purchase the foi-
"'' lands:  Commencing at
"" tin in,nh.cast bank uf
'i   aboui   nine  uiiles  up-
"I.Ijrnl.nm and four mllos
•I.   It's   s.W.   eorner";
chnins;  tiience nnrth  so
"'"si   so  chnins;  ihen,.e
s t" point or commence-
1   ;;ln,;;;'p. mnre or less.
JOI'1 RUOWI'IN.
__    John MacDonell. Agent.
Hn»°-5. !,'AN'n   '"STRICT.
,.,.    ,"f   I'eaee   River,
„'" fl tbat  Thomas WIIboh,
t.',..-..i , ."    ,,|hnrer.   Intends
"'. hi, i  ,"",'" Purchase ine
eiet..,i",    ."," s:   Coinmi'iii-leic
on the nni-th-easi bnnk
en 1 art Ornhnm n>.d three
. '"'  onst, innrkeei "T   w b
mi ,.'",'''   "'"*   ""   chnins:
,        '  mips;   {|10t,ce  wesl   R0
' "■"'•o  Mouth   SO  chains
"■e. ,,, i',',1^°n,"n,;  containing
"■li 11, 101.1.'
tiiov is WTt.aiy
___John MncDonell, Agent.
TORT
PORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District   of   Peace   River.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   John  Nnyes,  of
Vanoouvor, B. ( .,  miner,  Intends to anply for permission to purchase the fol-
|lowing described lands: Commencing at
RGB  LAND  DISTRICT.
■1   eef   Ponce   Hiver. ,.^^^^^^^^^,^^_^^^^_^_^_^_
TAKE NOTICE thai John Shaw, of la peist planted on tlie north-east bank
Vanoouvor, 11. C, ganlencr, Intends tn uf the Plnlay River about eleven milen
apply for permlaalon tu purohaso the'up-stream fi.m l-'ort Graham and two
following described lands: Commenolng j miles east, marked "J. N.'s N.W. i_r-
nt a post planted on tbe north-enst bank ner": tiience eust SO chains; thence Bouth
i.f lhc Finlay River abuut thirteen mllea I SO chains; tiience west SO chains; thence
up-Btream from Fori Qraham ami live north SO chains to point of coinmence-
iniles east, marked "J. S.'s S.W. corner": | mont; containing 640 acres, more or loss,
thonce cast SO cliains: tbence nortli 80
chains; thence west SO e'hnlns; thence
south so clmins to point nf enmmence-
tneMit: e-emtainlng 040 acres, mure nr less.
Dated .March 6, 1914.   ,
JOHN  SHAW.
Jolltl  MacDonell,  Agenl.
Dated March 4, 1914
JOHN NOVBS.
John MncDonell, Agent,
*Rfl5 Zu.1
id I
"ll Ma
DISTHICT.
lllver.
."""   Melvln Olll. of
!,'.:"n«icr, Intende to
.0   purchiise   the.
,,.„ „„ ,, '"'• Commoncng
i:iv,."„'."" nnrth-east bnnk
,,., ... '"'"I nineteen miles
1.,,,.' ' ' Ornhnm nnd (,,.„
11,,., M- markod "M o •«
m, , ,'' ''"st SO ,.|,iilns;
" Rnuth  oii     "''"''' wo»l  so
nent' „i,. ,''l!,lln" '" Point
■ '""'ainlng 040 acres,
rl>   I,  10M,
John ?!KTAVTX ""'te.
,1n "acDonoll, Agent.
TORT  OK'HtGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict   or   Peace   River
T»Kli   NOTICE  tbat   Bert   Foote,  of ^_^^_^^^____
Vnncouver, B. C, cigar-maker, Intends to I nlnnted on the north-east bank of the
aimlv fur perniission to purchase the Finlay River about eleven mllee up-
followlng described  lnnds:  Commencing [stream   from   Port   Oraham  and   three
FORT  GEOROE   LANI)   DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE lhat Freeman William
Ferguson, of Vancouver, B. C, commercial traveller, Intends to apply for
permission to purcliase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post
at 11 post planted on Ibe north-east bank
of tho Finlny River nbnut fifteen miles
up-stream frnm Fort Graham nnd five
mlli'.s enst. marked "B. F.'s N.W. corner": thence east 80 chnins: thence south
SO clinins; thenee wesl 80 ehalne: thence
nnrtli 80 chnins to pnint of enmmencement: containing 040 acres, more or less.
Duted Murch f,, 1914.
BERT   FOOTE.
John  MncDonell, Agent.
TORT  OEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Pence   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Paul Roy, of
Vancouver, B. C conk, Intends to apply
e'e'i- permission to purchase the follnwlng
described lands: Cnminenclng nt n poat
planted on the nortli-east bank of tho
Finlay Rlvcr about fifteen miles 1111-
strenin from Fori Ornhnm anel live miles
enst, marked, "P. R.'s s.w. comer';
tbence eust 80 cliains: thence north 80
chains; thence w.'st SO chains; thence
south1 SO chnins to pnint uf commencement: cunlnlnliif,' 610 acres, more or Icbs.
Duted March 6, 1914,
PAl'I, ROY.
Juhn  MacDonell, Again.
FORT  GEORGE  I.AND  DISTHICT.
Districl   of   1 c   Itiver.
TAKE notice thai I .nilcl McOarty,
of Vanoouvor, it. C„ labourer, intends to
npplv for oermission tee purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
nt a pnst plnnled on the nnrlh-enst bank
of the Finlay  HIver abuut tlfteen miles
miles east, marked "P. W. P.'e N.W. oor
ner": thence eaet 10 chain*; thence south
80 chaina; thence west 80 ohalns; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement; conlaining 640 acres, more or leas.
Dated March i, 1814.
FREEMAN WILLIAM FERGUSON.
John  MaeDonell, Agent.
FORT  OEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
DiBtrlct of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE that William Morrl-
Bon. of Vancouver. B. C miner, intends
to apply for permission to purchase tlie
following described landa: Commencing
at a poet planted on the north-east bank
rf the Finlny River aboul seventeen
nlleB up-stream from Port Oraham and
hree mlles east, marked- "W. M.'s S.W.
corner": thence east 80 chains; thence
north 80 chnins; tbence west 80 chains;
thence soulh 80 chaina to point of commencement; containing (40 acrea, more
or Icbs.
Dated March 6, 1814.
WILLIAM  MORRISON.
John MacDonell, Agent,
TORT OEOROE I.AND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Duncan McGllll-
vnry, of Vancouver, R. C„ logger, Intends
tn npply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
nt a post planted on the north-east bnnk
of tbe Finlay River about eleven miles
up-stream from Port Oraham and live
mllee eaat, marked "V. McO.'i N.'.V. cor-
south SO chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement; cuntaining 640  acres,  mon-i
or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
HENRY   EOOI.EY.
John MacDonell.  Agent
i chains:   thence south  SO' chains;  thence I eist"'hMk   cf   the"   1..1»v   VI
I west  SO  chains,  more  or Jess^ to# the | nineteen   miles   up-stream   "
river; thence following the course of the
river to  point  of commencement;  con-
taining 4S0 acres, meero or less.
Daled   March  fi. 1914.
ARTHUR   fi.   PERCY.
John  MacDoneU. Agent
FOHT   GEOROE   LAND   DISTRICT.
I .strict of Peace Rlv«r
■<VK NOTICB thnl   David  Elder,  ol
FOItT OEOROE  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Ponce River.
T'KE NOTICE that Archie Buchunnn,       ^	
of Vancouver. B. C steam-shovel fnrt.- Vancouver, B C„ teamster, intends to
man, Intends to npply fur permission to following described lands: Commencing
purchase the following ilescrlheHi lands: at a post planteei on the north-oist bank
Commencing at a post planted on tue „pplv feir pormisslon tei purchase the
north-east bank of the Finlay River Uf the Finlay River about thirteen miles
about seventeen miles up-etreom from up-stream from Fnrt Oraham, nnd
Fort Graham nnd live inilew cast, mark- marked "D H's SW cornor"- thence
ed "A. B.'s N.W. comer"; theuee eust (met 80 clinins: thence nortli SO chains;
SO ehulns; thence south 80 chains; thence thence west SO ohains, more nr less, to
west 80 chains; thenre nortli 80 chain. , n,e river; thenre following the course
to point of commencement; containing I of the river to point nf commencement:
640 acreH, more or less. i containing 640 ncres, more or less.
Dated March 6. 1914.           j    Datoel Meruit 5, 1914.
FORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Pence River.
TAKP NOTICE that Hugh Smith
Main, of Vaneouver, B. O., teamster, intends to apply for permission tee purohnse
the fallowing described lands: Conimencing nt  post  planted  on   the  nortb-
    '     '' "" obnut
...   _         .... —......    frnm    nYeM
Oraham nnd five miles nnd 1  li .1** ^-.p'
marked "H  S. M.'s N.W  cnmer': ""■
east SO chalnR: thence so.eti.  sei   ... ,e, .
thence west 80 chnins  :thence rm-n.   r
ehalne tn point of cnmmencen.ee..-
taining 640 acres more or lt>-s
Tented  .Mn L-'i it   'H
1IUOH SMITH "■< ••
Tnhn  Mne Pr.r>»'i    '
ARCHIE   I .'lNt\NAN.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
DAVID ELDER.
John  Mae'Deenel],  Agent.
FORT  GEOROE  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE  NOTICE  that  John   Anderson,
FORT   OEOROE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE thnt Thomus Thomn-
of Vancouver, B. C., hod-carrier. Intends son. of Vancouver,* B, C, clerk, iutonds
to apply for permission to pnrchaso llie to apply for permission to purchase tho
following described lunds:  Commencing following described  innda:    .ommenelng
at a post plauted on the notth-east bans ut a post planted on the north-e.nst bann
of the Plnlay River about thirteen miles of   Ihe   Finlay   River  about   twenty-one
up-stream   from   Fort  Qraham  and   one mlles np-strenm from Fort Oraham nnd
mile east, marked "J. A.'s S.W. corner"; four miles and a quarter east,  marked
thence east  80 ehalns;  tbence north  80 "T.   T.'s   S.W.   corner":   tiience   eont   SO
chains;   tbenoe  west   80  chains:   tiience cliains:   thence  north   80  chains:  thence
south 80 ohalns to point of commence-1 west so chains; thence south 80 chains
I .IRT O'1'"''".^  r ivn nTST .'    '
Distent cf Peac* '"' cr .
t'kf v-'ti •!<: thai Willie -
of Vuneceeiver. 11  c, lahorer   h ' ■
annlv  for  oermission   tie  porches
following  described lands:   Com mi -.
nt a post nlnnted on the north-.*   et bat
rf ttie Findlav River a_nut nine  • n -
up-stream from Fort Graham en '  :
tr<<l .1 and a hnlf east, marked '""'   '■
N.W.  corner":     thence  enat   BC   (.   1
thoMce soejth  80 chnins: theno.. \v. ■■'
chains; thence north 80 c''nlns to nr!-
of commencement; contnining 610 ae-r-
mnre or less.
Dated March 6, 1814.
WU.T.TAM   XVTT.s->V.
John MncDone'I   Anon
ment, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March E, 1914.
JOHN ANDERSON.
John  MacDonell. Agent.
FORT GKORGK LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peaoe River.
TAKE NOTICB that Vernon D. Dennl-
aon, of Vancouver, B. C„ broker, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bnnk
of the Plnlay River about fifteen miles
up-stream from Port Gralinm and two
miles east, marked "V. 1). D.'s N.W.
corner"; thence eaet 80 chnins; thencc
■outh 80 ehalne; thence west 80 chains:
thence north 80 chaina to point of commencement; containing 640 acrcs, more
or  lesa.
Dated March 5, 1914.
VBRNOND. DKNNISON.
John MacDonell, Agent.
PORT OEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet ef Peace River
, T.XK5 NOTICE that Georgo Blntoh-
ford. of .ancouver, B. C. engineer, intends to applv fnr permission to purcnase the following descrilied lnnels:
Commencing at a post plnnted on the
r£-J.i"««' -ban!<, « ">• "nlay River
fc„r.iftJ*5 _lilM "P-stream from Port
Qraham and three miles east, marked
to  point   of commencement;   containiug
64O acres, more or less.
Daled  March   7.  1914.
THOMAS THOMPSON.
John MacDooell, Agent
PORT GEOROE LAND  DISTRICt
Dietrict of Pence River.
T»KE   NOTICE   that   Patrick   James
McOovern,  of  Vancouver,   B.   C„  teamster, Intends to anplv for permission to
purchase the following described lands-
Commencing  nt  a  p.est  planted   on   the
north-enst   lmnk     f   the   Finlnv   River
nbout  nineteen   n......    up-strenm   from
Port Grnhnm nnd one mile and a hnlf
enst, marked "P J. McG.'s S.W. corner";
thence enst 80 chains: thence north 80
ohalns; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of enmmenco-
mont, containing 040 ncres, more or less
Dated   March   6.   1914.
PATRICK JAMES McOOVERN.
John  MncDonell, Agent.
PORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Peace  River.
T»KB NOTICE that August Dolrlen,
of   Vnncouver,   R.   C iok,   Intends   to
np'dy fur permission to purchase the
following described lnnds: Commencing
at a post planted on the nurt'h-eaBt bank
of the Finlay River abnut nineteen miles
up-Btream from Fort Oraham, and mark-
FOHT  OEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT
District of Peace River
uZ'JZ >'°,T'"E t'-at  wnil.m  rtv,«
berlnln.   of   Vancouver    1.    r>     i„t
Intends to annly for periti'rSI ■   -
chase   the   following   de.c'eibei
Commencing  et  a  twat   plenty.*
north-enst   bank   o'   the   H..io,-    ni
about   nineteen   mlles   un-stream   f_ ...
Fort Graham and four mile, Sid a half
enst.   marked   "W    C's   «w    .1   ..'
thence eaet  80 chains':",!,^' „7,ZZi
ohalns    thence  weet   80  chains'   ._•„-_
north  SO chains  to point of Mmm_£!S*
mat: contnining 640Pacr_s.OmoTo.T..a
Dated  March  6,  IJ14.
WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN.
John MncDonell, Agent.
FOHT OEOROE I.AND  DISTRICT
DiBtrlct of Peace River
TAKE NOTICE „,„, J(une_ G of
\ ancouver, B. C„ teamster, Intends to
nnoly for nermission to purchnse the
following descrihed lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bnnk
nf the Finlny River about nineteen
miles up-stream from Port Gralinm nnd
one mil., and a half oast, mnrked "I o'g
N.W. corner"; tbence east 80 chains'
thence noutli 80 chalnn; thenoe weet 80
chnins; thence north 80 chaina to point
of vommencement; containing 610 acrea
more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914,
JAME8 ORREN.
John MacDonell, Agent. I!;-.''
Ordway & Wakeley
Newland, b. c.
mi*
h2 Mecca Cafe
prince George
Construction Co.
Building Contractors
FORTUNE BUILDING CO.
;.;.;:  ::       .■ ■.. ROOMS TO RENT
Victoria Hotel
The George Building Co.; ^ -^
Prince George sport go to
;;■•;;..' best THE BON TON
' your House cr Store     Bowlillg AlleyS
NSON & R
iaonch n
H. P.   HEAVY  DUTY
See A. L GRIFFIN, Foley's Cache.
ALE.
1-20 ft. Automobile Steel Speed Boat
Beam 4ft. 10 ins., 10 horse power, double cylinders, air-tight compartments, combination
canopy with side curtains, polished brass railing
etc., nearly new, cost $1600, will sell for $650.
APPLY TO
Wesley & Wiggins,
SOUTH  FORT  GEORGE.
Your Lois SS Government
And Listed with us, are sure to
be sold immediately as we   have
connections in the
LARGEST CITIES HERE
AND ABROAD
MUHDQFF & GETHING
Address:   SOUTII   FORT  GEORGE,   B. C.
^^1
LOT BLOCK THICK TERMS
9 & 10     182—Eight Avenue      $650 ouch      $275.00 cash 1-2-3-years
13G  Third Avenue        SS25 $220.00
1&2      185-Double Corner
7th and Djminion       $3350        $1316.00      ,,        „
1 & -      285   Double Corner
Bowser Street $900 $320.2,.
19&20     293   Double Corner
Bowser&OttawaSts.      $1350 $581.26
Lots on Queen St. in Block 285 for   $976 each     $412.50   .   ,,
5 Room House, Cornor 8th Avenue & Brunswick St, $2500 easy terms
We have a large list of good buys in close in property.    It
will pay you to see us before buyiug.
BAIN & WILSON Ltd.
GEORGE STREET,  PRINCE GEORGE
•PHONE   11
lJe. i'.  is    in  town  this     week
e.i.'l intends opening up in
office here and at Prince.
Mr. Bendett ■. mining engineer
for the G. T. P. Ry. was .-.
n.tss Tiger on the B, X. Mr.
Rendette is an old friend oi
South Fort George, and \\ is
greatly surprised at our ad-
van semi nt since his visit
couple ol years ago. His visits
Iv !'.• be claims are very pleasant ones as he- meets a hosl
e f friends.
A fresh line of canned fruits
and vegetables just arrived for
Campbell's Grocery Store.
Mr. i rord -n Smith of Victoria
is in town this week. Mr.
Smith just returned from McBride where he had been in con-
n ction with the opening of
I r caption lands for that tli-—
— IV t.
All th- newest styles of neck-
•■• ir, from 50 • to 85.00 at Mrs.
Demers. >i!k booted cotton
hose at 50c.
Mr. W. L. Rowatt returned las1.
ight fromRolette, North Dakatt
where he was called on account
of his mother's death.
The Cub Cafe has taken on a
new lease of life under absolutely
new management, and is back to
its old standard again. Mr.
Walter Austin, who has been the
Cafe's popular head waiter foi
man; months, is the new man-
age '. and needless to say Waltei
wi I deliver the goods.
when it was learned for a ( day, the folk
Bl
nad
uble
rhe
rti'T
ock
>. closed a
corner bn
Bank will
of Quebec
a.
at
in.,
5  auuii.^ ..un
owing services will
ainty that  Mr.  Srosby    of i be held : Holy Communion
Royal       Bank             of j 8     a. m.     Matins     11
deal for     a ' Evensong 7.30.
Third Ave. . __
"('TPy-r, •UlJR i P^sbyterian   Church
and     Third, ;    Rev. A. C. Justice,     pastor,
133.   rhis property was Sunday services,   11 a  m sub-
1 by Murdoff & Gething Co.  ject :   The     Walls   of Jericho
South Fort George.
w.,.
• Ladies Auxiliary ot the
ivfrian Church meet next
e'sdav at the home of Mrs.
'••"0 p. m, Gospel Service.
Reference will be made to the
wreck of the Empress of Ireland. Sunday School meets at
2   p.   m.
A Subscription is being taken
up by Mrs. McCabe and Mrs.
Hulse, in aid of Mrs. Manemann
who was left destitute of clothing
by reason of the recent fire. So
far J91.00 has been collected and
it is to be hoped that the people
of the town will contribute to
this mt Bt needy fund.
All Oddfellows in this district are invited to attend a
meeting in Burch's hall, corner
Hamilton   avenue and    Third
street  at  7.30 tomorrow even-; 	
ing.   Business     of importance  „ Kobarts Hotel-Mt. Murphy, Mr.
will lie taken up and it is   the , l™^^*8'  Cnhas'   VT'u,Hong
. ,      ,'   , .      , I Kong, K. Matheson, Quesnel, A. VVeiner
earnest  wish of those in charge j Giscombe, H. Hanna, Winnipeg,  T.J.
that all visitors will  make   an j Murphy,  Spokane,   L.   Simpson,   San
AT THE HOTELS
Hotel Northern-H. H.  Weston
Vancouver, O. Sunburn, Si. Paul Minn!
f W. J. Wagner, Edmonton.
Hotel Empress-E. G. Davie, G. J
; Henry, C. Growe, J. M. Gobroy, H. U
Heanell, E. F. Jawber, Edmonton, J.
; E. Hunter, \ ictoria, C. L. Armstrong,
Calgary, A. Pithfeld, San Francisco,
Thos. Maenable, Winnipeg, S. G. Mc-
DeliRnd, Vancouver, R. W.l__n, Cran-
broi k.
seller.  tO 'rf. f-e.
tion in the Herald •/'
promptly.   The Herald
itself responsible tot
opinions   expresled   foe
written bv corn-.-. • ■
de-plume mav r.ev ....•'•
but  no com'n, •     ■   .
any attention if not
the author's f
which will 1 e treat
by the ecitor.
effort to be present.
An excursion will be run   on
Sunday next   "th, by   steamer
1 . C, Express    to    Fort Geo-
ge Canyon leaving the     B. X.
.barf, at  II  a.m. aad return-
Frar.ciico, H. M. Stewart, Calgary,
C. W. Hare, Edmonton, H. B. Roberts,
E. J. Wallace, Winnipeg, H. Clarke,
Vancouver.
Seats
NOTICE,
for    the Big    Boxing
ng from the canyon at 6 p.m. j Bout Tuesday night  at-Prinde
The Dreamland  Theatre have ] George are on sale at the Club
the only
ill
Grocery  Store    in Smith   Fort'
Ge ."-••'.
Ticket, will be issued at I. E.
Haight and Go's Office at Prince.
George, Fort George Drug Co.,
So tth FortGeorge, Tribune Office
Central Fort George, for the mid-
cay Luncheon to be given to the
ministers on their visit here.
Luncheon to be held in Ritts-
Kifer Hall, Prince George.
Cotton Ratine Suits and
peice tresses irom 56.50 up, at
Mrs. Demers, 4th street.
A Mass Meeting of the citizens.
of South Fort George. Fort
George, and Prince George, will
be held in the new Theatre, on
Third Avenue. Prince George, on :
Wednesday Evening, June 10th,
at 8 o'clock, to discuss ways and
means to secure incorporation for
the three sections of the district.
All citizens having the interest of
tr.e district at heart are cordially;
invited to attend.
Everything fresh in fruits
and vegetables can be had at
Campbell's Grocery Store.
The York & Merrium Pool and
Billiard Room has changed hands
and is now under the name of
"The Cariboo Billiard Hall."
The owners are H. B. Crawford,
D. V. McBeonie, and H. Oldham.
They have installed a Player-
Piano, of the very latest style in
the billiard room by way of entertainment for their many patrons.
The owners are all live young
business men and well deserving
of success.
Campbell's is a first-class
Grocery Store dealing in first-
class goods, and carrying a
complete line of groceries.
Mrs. Demers will be pleased to
show the ladies her select and
uf.-to date stock for a few1 days
at very low prices. 4th street,
next to the South Fort George
Tailors.
Col. Donald- MacGregor,
erstwhile "chairman of everything in Dawson," arrived in
the' city en rout" to FortGeorge, registered at the Corona.
Col. MacGregor is one of a few
trail blazers still living that
the way for civilization along
the Pacific coast. During the
Robson regime in British Columbia he was colonization
agent and founded the Squain-
ish Valley settlement. Over
30 years ago he, with a number of others, prospected and
mined on tributaries' of the
Peace River, This is Col. Mac-
Gregor's first visit to Edmonton and he is meeting with
many, old-time frfjands here
who knew him "north of lifty-
bhrefe."—Edmonton Journal!!
Campbell's Grocery Store
with their assorted line of
goods are competing successfully against all store's in the
district io supply hotels and
restaurants.
Seats for the Rig Boxing
Bout Tuesday night at Prinoe
George are on sale at the Club
Pool Room and also at
Brown's Pool Room at South
Fort George and the Pastime
Pool Room at Central.
Royal society fancy work
at Mrs. Demers.
installed a new player-piano in
their theatre on Hamilton Ave.
Mr. R. Elliott who is establishing a newspaper in Willow
River to he known as the
Willow River Times, is in
town this week on tt business
trip.Mr. Elliott reports that
things are boomingdown tb_re
■ind predicts a great future for
his town.
Will the person who removed a five gallon can of gasoline from the premises of the
Fort George Herald- on Wednesday afternoon kindly return same at once or we will
have to take proceedings at
once in order to recover our
property. DO NOT FORGET
THIS PLEASE-YOU ARE
KNOWN.
Pool Room and also at
Brown's Pool Room at South
Fort George and the Pastime
Pool Room at Central.
CHAMBER   OF   COMMERCE
The Executive Committee of
: the South Fort   George "Cham
ber     of Commerce'' met     last
Tuesday    evening to    discuss
several vital matters in regard
to  the    town.   They will
. make their report at the   next
i general    meeting   to lie    held
! in Burch's Hall   on Wednesday
j night     June     10th     at eight
| o'clock.
As the matters to lie brought
j up are  of grave  import to the
town all members and       property holders are earnestly requested to attend.
DON'T  MISS   THIS MEETING   IF   YOU ARE   INTERESTED   IN   YOUR   TOWN.
Mrs. O. R. Hammond
Dressmaking _ Corsetier
WEST END OF SIXTH STREET
My Dear Readers:
Don't think because we haven't
been making a big noise in this
paper for the past few weeks that
we have gone out of business. It is
merely a ..'aim before a great storm.
We have been laying our plans and
studying your wants, and it has been
with difficulty that we have been
able to suppress what has been taking place at the Kennedy-Blair establishment.
But now that our goods have arrived we feel that an open confession will result in not only profit
temporal but good to our immortal
souls. During the past three days
we have unloaded three cars of
goods at our warehouse.
Two cars of Groceries, which consist of the delicacies o' every nation.
Space will not allow us to quote you
price* here, or describe our good.,
but we wish to extend you a most
cordial invitation to visit our grocery counter during the coming week,
where we shall talk to you with the
same interest as father to son.
Our car load of Dry Goods and
Shoes assorts our stock to perfection.
We would like to draw your attention to our most beautiful fur sets,
consisting of marten, mink and
fisher muffs, sioles and hats, manufactured by Fairweathers from our
own native furs.
We would also invite you to inspect
our  lace  curtains,   window   blinds,
carpet squares,  summer underwear
-and our converfation.
We remain,
Your most humble servants,
Kennedy, Blair & Co.
LIMITED
The Editor ,,\
Dear Sir ;
Regarding an
unlay's publical
effect that the
spoctor wes in I
week, saying the
ist ing at tht
South Fort (,.
tral Fort (Iv.,effect condition.
In reply I wo
is     very evidei
has     not been i
mail through th
trict  and also I
bave been an
conducted       b
('tin   you concei
more choice tha
mail,  l>ehind ale,
who (the    booh
ing money-order
most     every in
tr»? day after th
It being inn
cure boxes
above mention*-.
certainly should
wicket for mone
writer has he
(I said privil.
one hour and a
mail and certs
should be don.'
Your
A F
per-
toll
"'inn.
.thing
.
hunk.,
!■,
in al-
y.
pnens
rnvos.
i n >•
>
8>
if the
there
.rate
f
ll
\
ir
id
.1 ill,
his
thing
■ this,
J. BYERS,
Locator, Mile 270 B.C.
Pre-emptions located in the? well-known
and fertile Nechaco Valley tor $25.
i
For Particular-"Apply to
ALEX   HUNTER,
Hotel Fort George.
CENTRAL PORT GEORGE, B. C,
WATER NOTICE.
thi
Kl-.
I from the str
out 8600 feel
Depot on th
■unit Pacific R
for which tn.
APPLICATION for a licence to tnke
and use Water will lie .ade under tbe
•' Wattr Act " of British Columbiais
follows : (11 Thc name uf the »w\ic«r.t
is F.J. Georee. (2) The addre*- A_t
applicant if. I'" ,■■'!■' isi. iHj ■;-'.
Grand Trunk Pa
George. (8) i I ••
is South Fe rk of Ft
water is to invert.
the South .eic a'
Eaat from Dunate
line of the Grand Trur
(5) The purpoae tor
Will be used is " Indi
(6) The land onwht
be used is d-.i't-ihei1.
Quarter, Lot seventy
(718;.,    CHrii.eeee    Dis)
British Columbia.   I
water applied for ia
day.   {.) This notice
ground on  the 28th
(9) A copy of this nol
pursuant thereto ant
ments  of the  ''\W'Y, flVi
filed in the office of the H aw w     .
at  Fort  George,   pt>JM«° „  •,', eer
filed with the »a>dMW8tf,v,ter Right!
with the Comptroller of \V«e^iB.
Parliament  Buildings,  view"
within thirty day:_
June 6th, 1914. ,   ,
p.j, GEORGE, Appl*
6-Wt
lie-
uire-
I be
r
Regis Cafe and Hotel
PRINCE  GEORGE
Business Men's Luncheon
12 to 2.
Special Dinner 5-30 to 7-30
t
Short Orders a Speciality
PRIVATE DINING ROOMS FOR PARTIES
We Never Close :: St. Regis Hotel
Modern Well - Furnished Rooms
Hot and   Cold Baths in Connection
rooms by day or week
WRIGHT & CRAPSER, P"°rs
H.  H. WRIGHT
Proprietor of the new St. Horn Hotel
I'i ine _ Ueorffe.

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