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L, 4, NO. 30
SUUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1914.
The latest news from the ends of steel in the vicinity of
praser Lake is to the effect that the national transcontinental will be complete from coast to coast on April 6th,
a week from next Monday.
News from Winnipeg is to the effect that a large party
0f officials are preparing to make the trip and will arrive
Jiere in private cars at the end of next week. The party
will include President E. J. Chamberlin, Vice-president
Jonaldson, G. U. Ryley and a number of British stockholders.
The report current today that the Prince of Wales
[would drive the last spike has not been confirmed.
IFFIUALS 00 TO     I
PENITENTIARY
San Francisco, March 23.-Attorneys for the Western Fuel
company officials, who were refused a new trial and sentenced
lo varying prison terms for con-
■iracy to defraud the govern-
jhent out of important duties on
lioai, began  preparations today
to carry the cases to the United
Itates circuit- court of appeals.
James B. Smith, vice-president
!u,d general manager of the com-
iany, was sentenced to 18 months
n San Quenlin and to pay a fine
f $5000; Frederick M. Mills,
[perintendent, was sentenced to
,8 months in San Quentin; Ed.
[. Mayer, a checker, was given
vear in the county jail.
[H«ONTINENTAL
WILL COST $181,000,000
Ottawa, March 25.-Following
ie presentation yesterday   by
on. Dr. Reid, acting minister of
teilways, of the annual railway
ludget speech,  he dealt at some
length with National Transcon-
inental railway and the report
f Messrs. Gutelius aud Lynch-
taunton,   The estimated   cost
i complete the road,   exclusive
I interest charges was $2,745,563
hich, added to the $140,562,237
ready expended, made a total
61..108,800 as the estimate
what the road will cost when
:ompleted.   Interest during con-
'taction at 3 per cent, to Dec.31,
|'J13, was  $13,136,289, and the
mated interest on expenditure
December 31, 1914,  was $3,
322,   This made a total cap-
cost for rental purposes  at
wary 1, 1913, of $1(51,737,411.
rlhe next seven years, during
rich the Grand Trunk Pacific
iuld  have the  road   free of
al charges, interest cost to
'"untry would be $41.776.681.
Reid concluded that the cap-
cost estimated to January 1,
;. for rental purposes would
$223,514, 092, and the rental
irges based on  this estimate
;'*d be $6,705,422 per annum.
the road did not earn 3 per
|!   in excess of working ex-
liture for the following three
years, then interest would have
to be added to capital for three
1'cars longer,
EXTENSION OF P.O.E.
RMLWAY POPULAR
,    AT WASHINGTON
Sectrary of   Interior  Lane
Holds Conference With
Premier Borden
Pacific Great Eastern
Right of Way
Purchasing    Agent    Has   Had
Little Trouble in Dealing
With Ranchers
Mr. A. McQueen, right-of-way
purchasing agent for the Pacific
Great Eastern spent the past
few days in town after having
made a trip from Lillooet to
here arranging with settlers and
others for right-of-way through
their land.
Mr. McQueen states that no
exorbitant demands had been
made the settlers in the lower
country,in fact many places land
had been purchased for $1 an
acre, so pleased were the settlers
with the coming of the railway.
Tne P. G. E. right-of way is
now practically all arranged for
right into Prince George.
$3 PER ANNUM
Ask Government
For Recreation Park
airs Read Crisis in Britain;
Athletic Bodies  Want  Government Block Set Aside For
Recreation Purposes
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"he social event in town this week
*M llie marriage of Mr. William
rhorno to Miss Gertrude Lovell. The
Wed ling was of a private nature and
l" ■ place at the home of Mrs. Chap-
j"11' .Miss May Gross supported the
»"de mid Mr. S. R. Bray acted as
| 81 man fur the bridegroom. The
"";i looked charming in a grey trav-
6    suil*   with    Easter bonnet  to
";!'h*   The Rev, A. C. Justice offlci-
aled,
"■-"Hy" Tlorne is one of the old-
"raers cf South Fore George, being one
"I the first residents here, and his host
"' fnends wish him and his bride every
happiness,
Washington, March 21.-Sec
retary Franklin K. Lane, of the
department of the interior, believes the scenic beauties of the
West and of Alaska comprise a
resource which will attract the
attention of the world within the
next few years. He believes in
the ultimate development of
Alaska there will be a railroad
that will stretch from the waters
of the Tanana and the Yukon
through British Columbia to the
United States, so that it will be
possible to take a train on the
Atlantic coast and after days and
nights of travelling through a
country of wonderful scenic
grandeur land one in the heart
of the northland.
Secretary Lane was interested
in a statement made recently by
Premier McBride, of British
Columbia, that the time had
come for co-operation between
Canada and the United States
for the building of a through line
to the north.
In speaking of this matter,
Secretary Lane said: "In conference with the committees of
tho Senate and.the House I have
urged the feasibility of such a
railroad, and I believe that the
Canadian government is ready
to co-operate with us.
"I have talked with and have
corresponded with Premier McBride concerning this matter and
have also had a satisfactory conference with Premier Borden of
the Dominion government. I
believe it is possible for us to
build to the Alaskan boundary
to meet the Canadian road by the
time our neighbors are able to
come to us.
Premier McBride left last week
for the east to call at the national capital of the United States
lor the purpose of conferring
with Mr. Lane and members of
the House and Senate committees. Any connection through
Northern British Columbia to
Alaska would necessarily be
largely a federal undertaking.
Such a line would connect with
the Peace Kiver extension of the
Pacific Great Eastern at a point
about 100 miles north of Fort
George.
' CARPENT1ER BEATEN
OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL
London.-Scotland beat England in the inter-league match
by the score of 3 goals to 2.
Scotland won last year's game
by 4-1.
THREE HILLED IN HOLDUP
Everett, Wase., March 28.—
Three men were shot, one fatally, in a holdup here Thursday
night.
Local athletic organizations
have this week made application
to the provincial goverment for
the setting aside of a block for
recreation purposes. The blocks
mentioned, either of which are
suitable, are 10 and 16, located
on the bench above town. The
application is strongly endorsed
by the Chamber of Commerce
and by the Conservative Association,
VILLA VICTORIOUS
Torreon, Mexico, March 27.-
After a bloody battle, on the
outskirts of the city, Villa, the
rebel leader, entered here today.
Quesnel Observer: One of the
commercial men from Vancouver
doinp: business here this week is
authority for the statement that
freight will lie delivered here
from Ashcroft this summer, via
the Cariboo road, for 2 1-2 cents
a pound, if this proves correct,
there will not be very much come
around via Fort George and Edmonton.
NAMAINO RIOT TRIAL FINISHED
Van:ouver, March 27,—The
trial of the Namaino miners who
took part in the riots that occur-
ed about the end of the year was
finished this week. Fifty-two
men have been tried and convicted in this connection. Joe
Angele, organizer of the United
Mine Workers was sentenced to
4 years imprisonment. Jack
Place was let off with a sentence
of 13 weeks which he has already
served. Eight, of the Men were
sent down for one year, the
others were either allowed to go
on suspended sentence or sentenced to the time they had already spent in prison.
Thomas Blench, a well-known
old-timer[in Cariboo and for many
years stage-driver on the Fraser
Lake-Quesnel route, died last
week in Quesnel.
Warning Peace River Bootleggers
In order that the town will not
come into ill-repute through whiskey smugglers and the crowd
associated with this kind of illegal
traffie, notices signed by eight
prominent citizens have been
pasted all over the town of Peace
River Crossing warning the public that such business will not be
tolerated ii future. They will
co-operate with the police in an
endeavor to completely stamp out
the undesirable element,
Oulram Wins Lincolnshire
London. March 25.-The Lincolnshire handicap was won today by an outsider, P, Nelke's
Outram, carrying seven stone,
and starting at 25 to 1. The field
numbered 22.
rhe Dreamland Th
^^^^^^  eatre is now one
most comfortable and up-to-date
'ef the
P ''i ure houses iii tho country. By next
eek the management expect to have
.'"ire theatre equipped with opera
Paris, March 25, In a fifteen
round bout at Luna Park, Gorge
Carpentier, heavyweight champion of Europe, lost the decision
to Joe Jeannette, thc negro
heavyweight. A record crowd
attended the fight and included
many ladies. Society was well
represented.
The County Court will sit here on
May 5th.   Judge Calder will preside.
Prince George now begins to
assame a metropolitan air, and
many new structures are under
way and completed. Carpenters
are today working on at least a
dozen new business places.
These are all on George street
and in the centre of what will be
the business district of the new
city, The buildings are, without
exception of frame construction,
though several contractors are
figuring on erecting concrete and
brick buildings in the near
future. Two companies have recently completed arrangements
for the manufacture of brick,
but until their plants are producing outside brick will be used.
News was received this week
that the Grand Trunk Pacific
Development Company would
begin work almost at once upon
their 200-room hotel on George
street, It is also stated that
Holden Brothers, of Waterloo,
Iowa, who were atone tima considered to he the owners of the
new hostetry have failed to
commence work on the structure
within the stipulated time, consequently the Grand Trunk will
build and own the new hotel
themselves. Considerable delay has evidently been caused
by the previous arrangement
and it is now the railway company's intenton to rush the
building with all speed,
Among the business buildings
now under construtcion in Prince
George or which will be commenced within the next few
days are the following:
I. E. Haight, 2 stores on Lot 8,
Block 135.
Lambert's store, Lot 3, Block
43.
Prince George Published Co.,
Lot 4, Block 43.
Newton's Cafe, Lot 7,  Block
135,
Union Reality Co,,  two store
buildings on Blocks 149 and
150.
Northern Interior Loan   Co.,
a three-storey block on Lot 9,
Block 24.
P. J. Kelly, two-storey planning  mill  and  factory  on
Block 184.
Ford Auto Co., garage on Lot
20, Block 136.
Fort  George  Hardware  Co,,
store and workshop on Lot
17, Block 135.
Hood's warehouse, 135x30 on
second avenue, Block 27.
H. A, Carney and associates
are said to have completed
arrangements   for   theatre
building on Block 132.
The above list does not represent all  new buildings under
way or contracted for,  but are
just a few that came under the
reporter's notice in a visit of an
hour or two in Prince George.
London, March 27.-General
French, in charge of Ulster cavalry troops, insists on resigning
his command in the army despite
cabinet pressure.
London, Martin '27,'—King
George, it is stat\fr' regards the
labor attack, in whicli^ousands
of workman tflgeateri to strike in
Ulster, as unfair 'in the home
rule matter. J~ ? _
London, March 25.—It is learned from an authentic source that
the First Lord of the Admiralty
has tendered his resignation to
Premier Asquith.
The central News agency reported Winston Cchurchill and
Colonel Seely as reigning D3-
cause they are unable to hold
themselves  responsible for dis-
SURVEY PASTIES
cipine in the army and navy in
consequence of the cabinet's at-
titute toward officers in the Irish
branch units service.
Lloyd George is reported to
i have taken step3 towards resig-
, Bj ng.   It is persistently rumored
.jhafthe resignation of the entire
ministry is impending,
L   ''W_ay quite frandly  that
PftftHer than this should go on, we
would cheerfully see the govern'--
jm<?nt"out of office and the Liberal
j party sent into wilderness, there
to work  as  free  men in   de-
i fence of their liberties."
Thus said the Westminister
Gazette to day, concluding with
a demand that the government
should speak with a clear voice
without delay, if the country is
not to be plunged into a strife of
which no man can see the consequence.
On Walk From
Spokane to Rupert
Engineer Gunn With  Two
Parties Looks for Entry
Into Peace River
Engineer L. C. Gunn has now
two parties of men north of here
locating the best route for the
Peace River extension of the
Pacific Great Eastern.
Mr. J. W. Stewart, president
of the P.G.E. Railway, is conducting an inspection of the new
line north of Squamish, and it is
expected that several other new
contracts Will be let on his return to Vancouver. In an interview, the head of the P.G.E.
outlined the company's plans for
this -season's and next year's
work. He said that more than
12,000 men would be given em-
Ed. N. Clark, out after copy
for the Pearson Syndicate of
Newspapers, London, Eng., hit
town from Blackwater Thursday
evening on a strenuous walk
from Spokane, Wash., to Prince
Rupert. He left the metropolis
over the line at noon of February
18th on a sporting wager with
Captain O. Larson, the Nome
millionare miner, who bet $600
against his friend's legs compassing the journey in 60 days
the pedestrian leaving the "Review" office in Spokane without
a cent and having to make all
expenses en route. Clark hit
track to Deer Park that night
(27 miles) in time for supper,
and since then around the boun-
I dry country and up to Ashcroft
ployment on railway construction \ Jas ave™ged 40 iniles a day, his
•.!-■ t Lt..L sl. . ... ...best effort so far  being from
Merrit to Ashcroft, a distance of
this year and that the contract
for the first 100 miles of the extension north of I'ort George into the Peace River country would
be let by May 1,
The Kelly Lake-Fort George
section, a distance of 280 miles,
south of Fort George, will be
rushed ahead this summer, and
is expected to be completed next
year.
British Officers
Criticized in Canada
London, March 25.—Ha-
mar Greenwood made an unreported speech in the House
65 miles, which he covered in a
clay and night of continuous walking. But since then he has met
heavy tracking along the old
Cariboo road, mud being everywhere 6 inches deep and in places
lakes across the right-of-way 18
inches deep from the melting
sun, making 25 miles a hard
day's journey. However' with
three weeks in hand he is banking on the G. T. P. grade to get
to get him through ahead of
time.
Five years ago Ed Clark walked across Canada for Pearson's
magazine, hiking the Rockies at
C5 below zero, and he carries a
gold metal from the  "Sporting
Life" of London for this feat.
While here he is the guest of
m Al   Johnson of the  Northern
He Hotel, and is out after any inter-
how- esUng local photos suitable for
of Commons late last night
begging the house to consider the effect in Canada
and elsewhere of tlie last
few days in Ireland
reminded the house,   now-,      ~   v.- *--~™_ __,.ai
eve;, that British officers sent, re'1roductl°" '" Pearson's.
to command the Canadian    ln *" "^mew he stated this
forces  since   confederation: was ™e fi''st. live town he has
had had conflicts with civil iencounteredsince Spokane
powers.   The feeling in the
Dominion was that British
officers came down from a
class too antagonistic to de
SELLS THEATRE HOLDINGS
Kansas City,  March 28.—Sullivan and Considine have sold
mand ideals, "When quite! their string of theatresYo Mar
recently the minister of mi- cus Loew and associates of New
litia of Canada had appoint- j York. Six million dollars are in-
ed  a new commander, he volved in the transaction
did not consult the war of-'
flee or Canadian army, It
was the first time he had not
got an imperial officer now
serving under the Canadian
flag.	
P. W. Vibert supervisor of the
Union Bank was in town this
week, completing arrangements
for the opening of their new
branch at Prince George.
t
New Building for Union Bank
The Union Bank of Canada will open
a branch in Prince George within the
next.few days. Today Brewster _ Pel-
ham, the local contractors, commencrt
work on the bank building, which will
be situated on the corner of Third ud
George atreets. The Union Bank, it ia
said, will handle the account of the
Pacific Great Eastern Railway Company.
____-*.  j The Hera1'1-1 is
in rece
aletter signed
dealin   ■      '
districl • ■
con -
ti nii
Distrii
nubln
lication.
are i .
road fro
At
\ anc
UlCOUVi
il is claimed
■ able to
Commencing at a post plant"!
the west side of the Finlav    Ri*.
lied   On    the, about one mile west and  one  m:
north from the head    of    Dee "
Dig    plTill'ieS Canyon, and marked "L. H. V    N
 .,, ,inn,n  I'orner Post," thence south 80 i
..  --all uuwii thenco west 8n chains, thence i
Here there so chains tbence east SO chaii .-
point of commencement;  conl
'  ideal val-  ijii) tuaea, more or less.
' .     , LOUIS   H.   VINEGAR,
nnd    any-  AUK. ... 1913. Garfield Smith. Aw
iles by thirty
Then there
ii, running
• east and
■ forty miles
'.; and there
lands on the
' River Cross-
• I ve  Lake.
lers cannot
"i lands in
::, other than
I.'■ ipee, ow-
lce and diui-
ship to Fori ' rgema Ru-
I erl within a f '■" weeks. If
Vancouver -•-■• the trade
■     . ,  th    :ity, what is
the matt.
th Rupert not
rner wn wholesale houses 'i Prince Rupert
News.
TELLS OF WEALTH IN
PEACE RIVER COUNTRY
\v
.oci
■ past fifteen
r "'".•her and
"The n il iral drain of this
great i r i lucing country is
through the mountains on
the Peace River, following
the Omineca through Fort
Connly on to the Naas, join-
in;, the already constructed
railway from Stewart, on
the Fort land Canal. The
distance fr m the grain belt
on Peace River is only 375
miles to the Pacific Ocean.
The passes are! w."
Mr. Rochfort is an enthu-
■:' st on t e pi s ects ahead
Z' ' :. ry once it
.,  i . ,  railways, the
construct n of which is now
in hand.
Port George Land District,
of I'eaee Itiver
TAKE notiee that I, John Dougla
Smyth, of Vancouver, Broker, Inti
'o apply for permission to pure':..
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planti
abont two miles north and two mill
west from the head    of    Deserte -
on on the left bank of the Pinl
River, and marked "J. D. S., N v.
Corner Post," thence east SO cha :
thence south 80 chains, thence wesi
bains, thence north SO chaius
point of commencement;  contaii  (is
■ :    sen s. more or less.
JOHX DOUGLAS SMYTH
'.   : Su, 1913. Oarfield Smith .'..  i
Port George Land District.   District
eef I'eaee Hirer
TAKE  notice that  I.   Henrj   '.
:.!.;• Therberg, of Vancouver, !'■   '
paperhanger, intend to apply for per-
ssion to purchase   the    following
bed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
:he west side of the Finlay River
about one mile north and three : li -
west of the head of Deserters' Canyon and marked "H. A. T.. N.E. Corner Post." thence south SO chains.
thence west SO chains, thence north
i chains, thence east SO cnains to
point of commencement; containing
640 acr»«. more or l<-*ss.
HENRY ANTHONY THERBERG.
V ig. 30, 19J3. Garfield Smith, Agent.
railways,
amazement
=o little _._-
■ wn by the
-■  ' thei  e
h Columbia  ,
•ork of the  '■.-.,■
ng 640 acres
ve already
: GRATH.
[evelopment s :
913.   C    '
.-  ..•::. Agent
ion.                   e .ii Geo
:•■   1. nd Dish
:■!.    Districl
• Edmonton'   take
I. John R.
Mr. Roch-   " i'i,:
er,   B.   C.
Ij   for per-
i of opera- ■•; ."„•' ]
following de-
Fort George I.antl District.    District
of I'eare River
TAKE    notice    that    I.    W llia__
tobert Warner, of Vancouver, B.C..
.-:!-:.   Intend  to  apply  for  permis
sion  io  purchase the  following  de-
siribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted
il .' two milejs north and two miles
.•.*•?- from the head of Desearti
'ar.yon. and on the east b?nk of the
:" nl ij River, and marked "Vf. R. W.,
^ W  Corner Post." iher.e*e rorth so
a "o point   of   commeti- ei
■   ning 6*40 acres, more r<r  less
WILLIAM  ROBERT WARNER
Sept  1,1913.   Garfield Smith, Agent
Port George Land District.    District
of I'eare River
TAKE    notioe   that I. James   R.
' ■ :   h   ■•: Vancouver, B. C, Broker:
it     apply   for   permission   to
is     tbe    following    described
C  mmex   ng   a:   a   post    planted
bout two miles north and two miles
st  from the head    of    Deserters'
Canyon Md on the east bank of the
Finlay River, and marked "J. R. _.,
N E   Corner Post." thence south 80
chains. 'h»r.ce \v<?st 80 chains, thence
north  in chainB,    thence    east    80
ns to  point of commencement:
■'  Ening 64° acres, more or less.
JAMES  R.  LYN'H.
Sept 1, 1913.   Garfield Smith. Agent
'•:*!
wi   : in that section
While ma
his hea
f '■* • "'•-■' -
ti nsii ranching has been at    rorr-i::"    t   '  a post piaptee
.? , about  two  milea  north    and    four
a point loO miles north of ..■•• ■.. ■..-. ■■.,   ■
Edmonton.   He said: "The 'Z\. Y A   "  ■   '. '■  .   ZZ\
Peace River country contains ' ,': /-V" [ .' "*.'':'.Z'Z,
immei se an     of the best •-   •• ; ■   ■»■ ■-,
'■■ '       ■■■'   ■       '    deep,    rich.    ' ■.: ■ ' ■ ining 54i acres
: ; ■■■'■■ ' in that por-
'■ •"■ ■ • the c untry lying in
N rthern British  Columbia It'0H Georse Jjan.d District, District
rr.A    :„    a 11                 . ,        , '•' I'enee River
*■■•'    ■-■   Alberta,      Already TAKE notice that I, Sidney Bay&ey.
1     ,■ ' :   .   :.       ..:•.' leik, intend to
'                     ■'     mineral   dlS- .,,... forpi               ■   purchase the
HIBALD.     ,
mith, Agent '
■ een made.
:.'.'i galena
th latter carry-
and gold.   The
have been very
"i.    Indeed,
■he inaccessibility
of the outlying sections of
Bt planted
*-est sl le of ihe
F nlay Rivei        .   ma ked  "S.   B .
SE. Corm     Post,1   tbi:. e wesl  80
north    v,i    chains,
hence halns   thence south
* ■ ch ilns to point  >l < ominencement;
mi lining  540    i es, more or less
SIDNEY   BAYSEY.
Sept. 1, 1913    Garfield Smith, Agent
the coun
iy be said
that very littli   prospecting
i    i .    *     •*       "
nas oeen carried on.
"'ihe climate in the sections where settlement is
taking place may be compared to Calgary, with an
earlier spring. The fact
that in that northern district
there are more hours of sunshine than in more southern
latitudes results in very rapid
growth of fruit and cereals.
"There are at present
about 20,00(1 settlers in that
country, and it is anticipated
that there will be another
10,000 go in this summer.
These newcomers, of course,
all make for the fanning
districts.   The areas at pre-
leelt   (,(*i,K',e*   I.   Ill   District.     Disti'ict
of Peace Rlyer
TAKE notiee that I. Hug!) O'Neill,
ei Vancouver, B C, Clerk, Intend to
ipplj loi |" ni <i.mi to purchase the
following  .; si lib el   Kinds:
Commencing    at    a    post planted :
about two miles west and four miles ,
north  from  the head   of   Deserters'!
Canyon and on the east aide of the
Finlay River, and marked "11. O'.V.
N.W.  Coiner  Post,"  thence east  80
chains,    ihcnce    soutii    80    chains, I
thence west tu cliains, thence north '
80 chains to point of commencement;
containing  640 acres,  more or less.
HUGH  O'NEILL.
Sept. 1,1913,    Garfield Smith, Air nl
Fori George J...ml District,   District
of I'i ace River
TAKE   notice   that I, Kally   Edmund-en, of Vancouver, Laborer, in-1
lend to apply for perrhisslop to pur- j
chase the following described lands:
Commencing   at   a   post planted j
about four iniles nortii and two miles '
west  from   lhe  head   of   Deserters'!
Canyon on the east bank of the Finlay River, and marked "K. _., N.E.
Comer     Post."     Ihcnce     soutii     80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains,    thence    east    80
chaina  io  | eim  of  commencement;
containing  840  acres, more or less.
I KALLY EDMUNDSBN.
Stepl. 1, 1913.   Oarfield Smith, Agent
With the approach of the good old
simmer time has brought to our city
a multitude of people congregated
from the four ce.rntrs of the earth,
a sample of which can be seen any
afternoon on Hamilton Avenue,
which presents a swimming sea of
mingled faces articulating every
language, dialect and gibberage in
the human vocabulary, ard rep-e-
sonting mostly every type of the
h'jman race, from the smart city
bnsiness man to the degenerated
hobo, whose sole means cf existence
is to prey upon the hospitalities of
the hirflweerking and honest laborer
while exhilarated from the effects of
his holiday indulgence.
And while we can boast of the
greatest variation of the human
character, yet to the close obeserver
there Is a common trait which is
a peculiar characteristic of tbe pioneer element that unconsciously
sends them in advance and which is
characterised by an instinctive business acumen, and demonstaated in
this c-ise from tbe fact that ninety
per cent, of them end up by purchasing their goods at Kennedy*
Blair's store, where we have the
greatest sale on ever put forth in
Central B.C. And when It comes to
prices we have established a precedent almost astonishing.
Space will not allow ua to quote
prices, but here are some of them.
Magnificent Blankets, per pair $4.00
Beautiful Pillows         .          . ,86
Swell Workmen's Pants         . 2.25
Grand Overalls , , 1.10
Stanficld's  Highest grade  of
Underwear .          .          . 4.00
Men'B Fine Woollen Top Shirts  1.2S
Stetson Hats     .         .         . 4.00
High-class Slater Shoes         . 4.25
Other lineB in proportion.
Kennedy, Blair
& Co., Ltd.
Where a Man can Buy as
Cheap as a Child
l.el!    ll.-.el
Sept. 1, 1912
First-class Dray.
Wood, all Lengths
Phone 93, South Fort George.
FRED  COOK.
: IN
I inted
■ . lee
:  ':tn     su
cl    ns, thei
treat    80
■ Qcement;
■ or less.
N WILSON.
th, Agenl
trict.    District
Eliza-
■uver.   B.   C.
•ly for permis-
following de-
post planted
a nd ' wo miles
li serter's Can-
ban h of the
■ ■ ■ ".   E. W .
lence west   v 0
thei  •■ -   it!
 H WILSON
•  el I Smith. Aeent
District.     Di-trict
„  l.'he.r
I I. Randolph
B.C., Laborer.
■  rn ssion to
:.-    described
I a post planted
rth md about
•: ■- head of De-
■ ! in the west
R r and mark-
Corner    Post."
a:ns. thence south
-'   y"   chains.
lins to point of
mtaining 640 acres
DOLPH   SIMXS.
rfleld Smith, Agent
Club Caf«
THIRD AVENUE
South Fort George
F. C. WILSON
prop.
I want the public to become
familiar with a few of the
features of my establishment.
It is the largest restaurant in
Northern li. C, has private
diningro in s, is ritted throughout with the most modern
arrangements and appliances,
assuring sanitary food, quick
service and absolute satisfaction. The building is equipped
with steam heat and sanitary
plumbing,
I have been fortunate in securing the services of chefs
ai i] bakers unequalled in Canada for knowledge and experience in the culinary arts.
Last, but not least, I want
to express my appreciation for
the large patronage in the
past.
F. C. WILSON.
In this space will
appear weekly announcements of new
specialties in the culinary department.
esh
Beef
Mutton
and
Veal
Wholesale and retail
THE B. C. MEAT MARKET
\m. GMlRfiE AM)
SOI 111 FORT GEORGE
__j
VA|&_J|4| I
FOR < I.I..W SPORT GO TO
THE BON TON
Bowling Alleys
Our standard Brunswick-Balke Alleys
affo J the Delightful sport of Bowling.
LADIES' DAY.
Tuesdays end Fridays,'between 2 and
5, the Alleys are reserved for Ladies,
SOFT DRINKS & CONFECTIONERY
JERGENSON & ROY
Our big stock of Rough and T)v.-_a v
day, so that today we can suddIvvo ' '■•'
absolutely dry stock, carefullyVar j
wed
Our Stock of Builders' Hardware
andRoofingWasNeverSoCompletS
Drop into our big Second Street Stoi   --■
we will give you rock-bottom Prices
most anything you require.
Northern Lumber & Mercantile
Company, Limited
Sole Ageuts for the "HOUSE OF HOBBERLIN ' _
Clothing, :*'E»
SECOND STREET
f. F. COOKE. Pm
South Fi
eUSEU, PEDIS, Vi«.p,_.
.■••_.
'E0RGE
■-' SMI-J
WILLOW RIVER
British Columbia
The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company are
now disposing of the remaining portion   .' •/:..--
lots in the new tqwn of Willow River at the
fiuence of the Fraser, Salmon and W       -   *.
By those who are in close touch of the  -.
ditions, this new town is considered to _.  :-  ;'
future importance in Central British Col uabia.
In investing in Willow River property" be sure
that your property comes to you direct from the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company -make no
mistake in this. There is only one official and
original Grand Trunk Pacific Railway town of
Willow River at the confluence of the Fraser,
Salmon and Willow rivers. It is located on Lot
785, Station site was approved by Board of Kail-
way Commissioners under date of March 26th,
1912, Order No. 16179. We have no interest in
outside subdivisions. For authentic Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway maps of Willow River ar.d detailed
information call on
F. W. CRAWFORD
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA
or address
Transcontinental Townsite Co. Ld.
Authorized Agents Grand Trunk Pacific Rallwir
WINNIPEG
FARM LA
IN THE
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT
NECHACO VALLEY
Carefully selected land at reasonable
prices and on long terms.   We own
every acre we offer for sale, and can
give guaranteed title.
R. R. WALKER, Resident Agent of the North
Coast Land Co,, Ltd.   .   South Fort George, B._
North Coast Land Colli
■er Be***
General Offices: 619 lo 824 Metropolitan KM.'..Van"""   '
London Office:    8 Old Jewry.        „.««*),
PAID-UP CAPITAI* - - ■        S1 '*""■
if"
LUMBER
- iJ*. c-.e. ._, ■ ,,■ ■ I
Having recently established a
lumber mill hero we are prepared to deliver rough lumber
of any dimension,
Ordway  &   Wakeley
Newlantl, u, c.
BATHS
Porcelain tub.    llot.il Jtoburts.
T. G. JONES
.Solicitor and Notary Public.
Fort George Trust Building,
| FORT GEORGE. B.C.
We have been appointed exclusive selling
agents for that position of the G. T. r.
townsite, PRINCE GEORGE, lying' east
of Connaught Park and south of Patricia
Avenue. This is the choicest business
and residential part of the townsite, Being high and level; all cleared; part
the streets graded, the balance of giving to be completed in the early spring.
For prices and terms write or wire
ISLE
SOUTH FORT GEORC
I
^
._*. Labor  Agents   Say   That
Supply and Demand Are
About  Equal
Recently reports have appear-
ed in Alberta papers that hun-
(|irtls of men were out of work
in the Fort George district and
according to one publication,
roapy were hungry and destitute.
The Herald has made exhaustive
inquiry and examination into the
patter and failed to find any
trace of the so-called destitution.
Construction work"is not at its
height as can well be understood
at ihis stage of affairs on the
nationnl transcontinental. Inquires made'at local employment
offices, however, elicited the information" that.;the demand and
gUpp]y were'about equal "and no
number of unemployed were on
the lists.
Within a month construction
work on the Pacific Great East-
ern will be commenced south
from here, which is expected to
take care of the available labor
supply.
 __,_■__ M<_,_J_ _?__<_,,(_
Building Contractors
Estimates given on all hinds of Reinforced  Concrete und   Brick   Work.
Materials Furnished.
Plans and Blue Prints on application.
Phone 37, SOUTII FORT GEORGE
Temporary Office-Corner Sixth Ave
and Vancouver St., Prince* George.
Euilder and
Contractor
Estimates given for all classes of work
Address: General Delivery,
SOUTH'l'ORT GEORGE
CARIBOO DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE
ha Cariboo Development
League has been formally organized at Macalister, B. C, a
lew postal district'rmidway between Soda Creek and Fort
Alexandria.
The work of the new associa-
ion will be "the development of
he Cariboo district, the adver-
ising of its resources, and the
ssisting of settlers in locating
ind." The league is attached
o no political party,
Macalister enthusiasts have
ost no time in putting their
lity on the map, and the
[ecretary is busily-Tengaged in
jorrespondence with men in
ither districts who may form
lister branches. The organizers
)!'c(lk'i"tliat"the'league will have
es in all parts_of the Car-
doo, carrying'on'the'good work.
Hie executive officers of the
Bacalister'branch'are. James M.
lacalister, M.A., President; F.
Choate, Vice-President; and
.. Douglas Darling, Secretary-
Yeasurer,
It is now up'to our" other dis-
riets, urban and rural, to get toother and organize. The secre-
ary will be'gladj|to""give all information to thoselinterested.
D. F, M. PERKINS
NOTARY PUBLIC
Agent for Non-combine Fire Insurance.
Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Applications prepared   for   obtaining
Pre-emption  Rice,ids,   Certificates of
Improvement, Crown Grant and Naturalization Papers.
Applications   fur   Land   Registration
attended to.
Agreements ol Sale, Deeds, Wills, etc,
drawn.
Blair Block -  South Fort George
FRANK W. WILSON
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public
Office : Blair Rldng., South Fort
George, B. C,
Branch Office : Central Av.,Fort George
L. P. ECKSTEIN
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Bennett Building
South Fort George,      -      B.C.
The Jewelry Manufacturer
Maker of Artistic
Gold and Platinum Mountings
Repair work of all kinds given
prompt attention.
Nusget Block       -        Third Street
South Fort George
OTlaherty & Thorne
Apples
Oranges
Lemons
Finnan Haddie
Hamilton Avenue - South Fort George
Green Bros., Burden _ Co.
Civil Enpitm, Dominion tt B. C. Land Surveyor)
Surveys of Lands, MlneM, Townsites, Timber
Limits, Etc.
City Express and
Cartage Company
Express Delivery
Baggage Transfer
General Draying
C. T. RUSH   -   Proprietor
PHONE 51
.'■■ Pi._.
SASH
Building Papers
811
Store Fronts
Four-foot Wood
In any quantity.
DOORS
Ready Roofiings
LES
Cottage Front Windows
D
$3.75 per cord delivered
_!Hy_A_JW_*U*
The Sanitary way
Fort George
Steam Laundry
Fort George Tralog&Lumber Co., Ltd.
Phone 11 C.   MCELROY, PhoneHl
SOUTH FORT GEORGE. Manacer. FORT GEORGE.
r-
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
Have  two   three-room   Houses,
with    pantry,    fully  completed,
lota cleared and fenced.   Prices
$1900 and $2200
For   further   particulars   apply
H. WILSON, Mgr., Corner Laselle & Seventh
P.O. Boi 64 SOUTH FORT GEORGE
^
SMITH'S
CREAM WAFFLE   HOUSE
Damilton Avenue
It's the Fresh Eastern Oysters
It's the Ham and Eggs
It's the Butter
It's the Meat Specials
It's the Baked Spuds
It's the Pure Maple Syrup
It's the Honey in comb
It's the Pie Crust
It's the Service
It's the Best in the City
Motto : Quality and Service
^
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
SB
J
)1'::
be
EAVYWEIGHT SURE
HE'LL DEFEAT
JOHNSON
Frank  Moran,    the    heavyweight   pugilist,   is   the ' first
'white hope" to obtain a match
Hth "Jack" Johnson since the
legro won the world's champion-
hip.   He appears to be in fine
pidition and declares that he is
I ready for the fight.
The battle is to take place at
he Villedrome d'Hiver in Paris
me 27, the night before the
irand  Prix  race.   Moran   de-
ares lhat the contest will see
pgest crowd!ever present at a
Oxing match, as the arena.'seats
'00 persons.
ROOMS TO RENT
AT THE
Victoria Hotel
(Formerly Grand Union)
OPPOSITE CLUB CAFE
Third Street     -     South Fort George
Benjamin Gregory
Aerated Water
Manufacturer
SPECIALTIES :
Dry Ginger Ale & Fruit Wines
Coughs and Colds!
Do not neglect a cold.   Stop the
cough and build up the system to
ensure a perfect cure.
You are safe when buying at
THE FORT GEORGE DRUG CO.
A. J. S. WILLSON
• (Late Roberta, Jones & Willson)
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
HAMILTON AVENUE, SOUTII FORT GEORGE, B.C.
Phone 2, Soulh Furt George P.O. Box 23, South Fort George
Prince George Lots for Sale
LISTINGS INVITED
Buy Improved Land and save the 4 per cent. Wild Land Tax
IMPROVED Lands for Sale in Fort George District
70 Acres on Fraser River;  good house, chicken house and run, stables,
piggery, etc.
30 Acres within 3  miles  of G.T.P.   Depot; good  house, outbuildings,
large fenced garden.
40 Acres on lake shore;   good house, two gardens, chicken house, root
house, etc.
Several ranches of 160 acres, Crown granted land, all improved.
Two good sub-division propositions, full particulars on application.
HOUSES FOR SALE
Two well-built residences in South Fort George FOR SALE.
A charming Bijou Bungalow in Central Fort George FOR SALE.
H. \V. GROSS
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 Gasoline Lighting Systems.
HOTEL
Corner Fourth ar.d Hamilton       -       South Fort Getorg •, 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
Proprietor
V
 I (^__*^_|J*^__^____________^______U''^-^ _^<_v- •_>_" '__•_-_l"j
We have 1200 cords of mixed %
A
dry wood.   Got to sell quickl* STOCK-TAKING     SALE ! \
and cheap.   Put your orders! 5
with _
CHAS. MALASSES, Northern Hotel L_
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,
:<
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V '__> •*__> 'A'*' ___> *___* _4>■___» ___> <___* -_*> ___> ___> -.    __
'<f_U_ Am. A_m _Mk J_aL m.A. _*•» ^■m ^W_ __A _____ mt* *^    aQ        ^,
A Do you contemplate |i( (
4       BUILDING?        ►< g
* Then  investijriitc our workmanship antl    R   fA    [_;
*a gel our estimates ^  ^
j       DANFCKTH 8 M'INNIS       p ^
5]   Ceelelrae'ieers e Heeeeeilteer, nnil    T(
A   ami builders I First *.tra*ts     p
»;,i!»,,«»;,7X7„T,3!,T,'«ef;a'
Close & Brown Company, Ld. |J
GENERAL MERCHANTS. g
aselle Ave..ue and Second Street     :(     South Fort George   'A
JWe^55KWW^^?KJBW*JBW»i*>
iXPRESS Co. U
IS NOW OPERATING A
Full and Efficient Equipment of Horse Stages and
Sleighs from Ashcroft to Lillooet and all Cariboo
Points,   including   Barkerville   and   Fort  George,
CARPYING
Royal Mail, Passengers and Express
Stages luave Ashcroit Monday 4 a.m.,
arriving South Fort George Saturday 7 p.m.
Stages leave South Fort George Friday 4 a.m.
arriving at Ashcroft Tuesday 6 p.m.
Stages leave Ashcroft Friday 4 a.m.
arriving Soutii Fort GeorgeJWednesday 7 p.m.
Stages lea' e S >ulh Fort George Tuesday 4 a.m.
 arrivi"n at Ashcroft Saturday 6 p.m.
The Arcadia,  a new  cafe,   will be
Ned next week on Hamilton street,
ext to Jermyn & Bowies'.     Messrs.
["wer _ Lyon.are the proprietors.
TRAIN SCHEDULE.
irr,vo Depart
P*m. Monday 8 a.m. Tuesday
1''" Wednesday    8 a.m. Thursday
iu"' ''"d-iy 8 a.m. Saturday
Autos and rigs   from   South Fort
[serge meet all trains.
G. T. P. MAILS.
Mal'8."-Oing over G. T. P. must be
F«-Mt Knd.oQSteo] I'ost Office, and
";"' Mming over railway must be ad-
?«*w "End of Steel, G.T.P. West,
, , STAGES,
inland ExpresB^StagesJ leave Soutii
., l'l,n,'Kt!>r;quosnel, Ashcroft and
ll'r Points on the Carlooo'Road every
jWMay and Friday at?., a.m., and'ar-
!« every Wednesday and Saturday
1)0,11 7 p.ni,
MAILS.
Closes Mondays and Thursdays at fl
m" Registered at 5 p.m.
Own your own home! You
can build your future home
now at the minimum of expense.
No building is too large
or t'O small to receive
our careful attention.
Blue print" nnd plans furnished.
Get our estimates.
Bronger t Flynn
Contractors and Builders
SOUTH FORTGEORGE
J. F.  CAMPBELL
CIVIL ENGINEER
British   Columbia  land  Surveyor
Und Aireiit       Timber Cruiser
Bopraontln-GORE -KMoGREGOR, Limited
McGreuor Bulldlwr. Third Street, SOUTH
FORT GEORGE, B. C.
GEORGE   HESS
Practical Beet & Shoe Maker
Repairing a Specialty*
My Motto I Neatness and Despatch.
Water Front (next to Prince George
House), .South Fort Glorge
Build Yourself a Home
The advances mai.e by lie.- bulldlrijr trade in Oils city are in conformity with the a*en.jrml!v
mproved facilities ol supnly.   It la now possible lo secure every requisite here for tlie built
lleK of ie nieeeleTie. eeie-lie-eleete-h.,te>,  at reasonable' l*e >"e*\    lean   elesiejn and  build VOIlV fntiiM
home to suit your Ideas,   LET US TALK IT OVER. UR WRITE y      taXUn
BREWSTER AND PELHAM
P.O, Hox 17. South Fort George,. RC
AMERICAN PLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
■^
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Rates  $2.50 and $3
Monthly and weekly rate* oa ap.
plication
Best ot wines,
{queers and eiitetrs
Albert Johnson,
Prop.
Brewed and Bottled in Vancouver by
VANCOUVER BREWERIES, Limited
P. BURNS & CO. Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all Kinds of
{*___.  Cored Meats
Butter, Cheese, Eggs;
Highest Frices _ _,u iur kitties unu lave _uuch
GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL
PARTS OF CITY.
Phone 35
Fort George and South Fort George.
Phone St IY". r
R100
Stock at1       pared.
ji „l       Audits undertaken and complete state-
"l ments in analysed form made.
e  aulh-1 Partnership accounts adjusted.
. ne and I A simple and  complete system of accounting  for  any particular busi-
upon reasonable terms.
Assurance Company of Canada.
' eesurance Company.
The!
this
•_* ex-
■n of
:.F.NT !
Sun l.i
Culeeiej
Re>che*-,ter German Underwriters Atren..
Ocean Accident and Guarantee* Corp. Ltu.
Telephone 52 South.      P.O. Boi 43. Soulh Fori Cto
ILlllC        UlIU '  * ■
the mow Notice to Shippers & Traveling Men
recogi zeits   Merchants and traveling men desirine
s ire ai d the   prompt deliveries to trains, and G. T.
| P. shipping  receipts,   can  place  their
business with
in operation
:  The Pony Express Co.
ect  that  the THIRD STREET, Opposite
large.    This Hotel Northern
I .residents M. A. STAFFORD & D. DUKE.
• ira   co.,. Phone 75        Proprietors
rests  of  the	
BREAD
ni ectiot
; 2 loaves for 25c
3_-,kill,   IocbI AT THE
era_anl_i
Mrs. Perkii
•d the hostess
Bar
rn rar.crer
LARS Down.
jeurthafers, a
bungalow, on
i Geeorge, or
rge Terms:
n • rtgage at
Also Pastry and Cakes at
reasonable prices.
rem
Ai
that
Telephone -11
r.O. Box 39
The Palace
Rooms
Fourth Street     •     Sooth Fort George
ANTHONY WEDGLS, Prop.'
Brightest,   neatest,   cleanest
and most up-to-date furnished
rooms in the city.
The George Building Co. ■
TIMBER SALE X 50.
SE \! ED TENDERS will be received '
v. ■  •• - il Lai   * ■   • ' iter than
nti    .'.....     :   Apr :.  1914, ''
  pur    ise of 1     ■ ••■ X 50, tu
,975,       :'   t of Do iglas   Fir,
■ .   I .   .     Fir from an area
a   Lot  3070,
Distri t,   in   ;.. ■  vicinity of
yi     ■ v ill be  ailoweed  for the .
Fui 'I      irs of  the    Chief
esl *. Victi ri . B.C., or from the
isl . t Forester, South Fort George,
.('. ap25
WATER NOTICE.
Kl    I       given that Charles
, of Soutl   Fort George,   B.C.,
pply for a licence to t ike tend use
f water per day out of an
• tl *• centre of Lot
Tl        '     ■       e   liverted freem
e soutl 'the lake  and will be
doi     '    purpi ses on the land
This nol        i       •• I on the ground
n the 6th day of  March,   1914.    The;
ition v Rledin ffice of
e  Water  R     rder   at   South Fort
i' eel ns may e filed with the said i
.'..'. r Ri    "   ■   ir '.'■ ith the Comptrol-
r of Water Rif I ta, Parliament Build-:
i_s, Vici iria, B C.
pl8       i'ii m;i.i    Fink:.:'. (Applicant)
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Ls Probate,
1 the Matter of the Estate of George I
Pickering, Leate of  the Town  of
Fort  George,   in   the   Province  of
ia, (deceased),
by given that all per-
ny claims or demands
ering, who
nth  (Hthl
I ie >rge, in
imbia, an*
paid or to
.1. Avuon,
r for Clara
f the estate
.■ring,   their
and  foil particu-
th< ir   claims   and
inta and the
ity   (if  anv) held
i :,ei itory declara-
at  after  the first
'14. the said Clara
d to distribute the
.ased   among the
Pi
1*.
Picl
.■■ ti   manager
tre  is making
Si ith   Fort
... the large
lists. If Mr.
:cesssful it will
em.? with  the
: • re v. iii have
: the best tal-
i ery is beta?
:;.   the   local
.'.    Robert's
will be sold  s
eiavs after d<e
v.:.. '.,_■
feited to
airr.ing
gjdst-
: /iiege oi
roven ents
e •   L iti at
. . s  foil wing
■.ere are exist-
i time of sale
delivery sixty
awj any im-
on such Lots
of said Lots
e  become for-
W. R.
Mini;
Lands Department,
■ : ' iria, B.C., March 11
ROSS,
ister of Lands.
1914. til
Prince George
Undertake to BUILD prompt)' and at
tr.e lowest i rice consistent with BEST
WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIAL.
Your House or Store
(Large or Small)
ESTIMATES FREE.
If you give the work to us you will
never regret it.
Letters and communications to
A.C. SMITH (Manager of theGeorge
Building  Co.), Robart's Hotel, South
Fort George, will receive immediate
and personal attention.
The Mecca Cafe
IN SUCCESSION TO THE CHILL
The above cafe has been taken over by
experienced restauranteurs.   We solicit
the patronage of those who enjoy good
food well cooked
TRY US OUT ;
British Ce
NOTICE i
against ihe late Gi
died on or about the
day ni April, 1913,
required to send bj
deliver to ti.,   ll :• :
;.:' Quegsnel,   B C,
Pickering, administ
of the   said   Georg
names ar, i ad lr ■
lars in writ I.
Btatemei ts   I   theii
nature of tl eir sees
r;y them, -...riiied b;
tion.
And take notice t
(1st) day of April.
Pickering will procee !
ssets of the said dec.
eersons entitled thereto, having regard
only to the claims of which she shall
then have ha'i notice, and thai she will
not be liable for tl•■-■ --aid assets or any
part thereof to any persons of whose
claims she shall not then have received
ne.tice.
Dated at Quesnel, B.C., this 7th day
of February, A.D. 1914.
Ki). J. AVISON,
Q lesnel, B C.
Solicitor for Clara Pickering,
mar25,5 Exe . .trix.
li
that on the
ication will
lenl of Pro-
LIQUO ' !.:■ ENCE ACT
NOTICE is hen
"th day of Ai ril I
be made- to the S
vincial Police fur the grant of a licence
for the sale of li<j . t : y ri tall inland
upon the prei iv n as tr.e Willow
Hotel, situated at Willow River, British Columbia, noon the lands described
as Lots 9 and 10, Block 4o, Sub-division
7S5.
Pated this 7th dav of March, 1914.
WILLOW HOTEL CO.
A. MclNTVHE, Manager,
Applicants.
-.CT
A
WATER NOTICE
'PLICATION for
LIQUOR LICENCE
(Section 34)
WE NEVER CLOSE   MOTICE is hereby given that on the
6th day eei April next, application
IT THE KDTILS
narve
i rasei
G.T.P.
FOR !
Applj
•    :...   Vi.   I,
I   Johnson,
nt n; J i: Dai-
• Smith, G.T.P.
■ ard, Tonoq lah;
.   M Whence,
' ■ Mud   River; V\
eV,  G W Hendill,   J
■•   I   yi  '■■■  >' S Gulden, Ed*
'• "     A ii  M  Irvine,  F H StU-
•;   R  •'■'   re,   Fairbanks;    1)
BT Miller, Mile 226;   J P
'   Gi   rge;   W McFelly,  Ed-
' ; '    "i " ing,  Chicago;   J   E
Miie 286;  .1   Dawson,  F VV
G-T.P.;   G   E Alaradge,   Fort
1.  Larkin,   J   W   Bradshaw,
WSharp, Mile 280.
} •'■ ■   Soda Foui tain and Outlit.
',:,n'   Aq   • o, (leorge Street,
pursuai
Fori Ge
uitn tin
the t on
Mai
apl8
r.
.rense to take
■ iter ;■■     . e  made under
f Bi    ■:   C il imbia as
• •! e  ap| licfmt is
Iress of the ap-
:   i'.  ,-: .n   Engineer,
Tm water applied *$
-■ al    ;■•- -■: on tr.e Bouth
•  .    :oRi ter, crossing the
I . rade at ?taiiun
. g the Nechaco River
B.C.    Tl e water is to be
n thi    '•• ire un  the  east
'    ■        . e  mouth in a
T •• '■•• it( r ie* to he used
it..     The   land  ret,
lei       lie   he   used   is de-
ol   ■ II,  I ariboo District.
■ f  ■.*.  ter  applied  lor is
..   -     -'• el on tre ground
..    ;' March,  1914.    A
■ and   an  application
to and to the reuuire-
Vt ater Act will be filed in
the  Water  Recorder   at
Ol Jections may be filed
I Water Recorder, or with
i* r uf Witter Rights, Par-
i ■..: . Victoria, B.C.
. 1914.
J. GEORGE, Applicant.
OF
Hcrses Horses Horses
'J.,i head on h,
draft  horses
h ernes, s; Idle
from 1
$180 up
you for your pre.
cost any n oney
yourself.     O.ir
right.     If you
t
to
'.__-.
HOUSE I hi; SALE, Cheap, South
rort George;  also some good close-in
dmn -nce GeorSe> l,r****'es right.
K. M. Gordon, Seventh and Dominion,
I rince George.   Phone 4*..
HARRY M. BURNETT
Architect and Civil Engineer
Temporary Office :
Corner Vancouver and Eighth Streets,
1'KINCE GEORGE, B. C.
consisting  of heavy
arm horses,   delivery
rsea, ranging in weight
pounds,   Pritfis from
per team.   Can outfit
•emption.   It does not
to call  antl see for
ier ns  and prices are
want  to  buy we can
m.ke a deal, as we want to se'l.   You
I are taking no chance dealing with us—
j we are  here to stay, and i re going to
i make  it our business Va buy and sell
anything antl everything in our line this
; spring and summer.   Car good hone#
and  milch  cows on hand.    You can't
j miss our st ibles un York street, near
Centra) ayenue.   Don't forget to tee
tw tint.
MILLS & NICHOLSON,
i PIONEER STABLES
4S&
*_f^g-^
NOTICE .OF   CANCELLATION
RESERVE.
MOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN  tbat
tne reserve, notice  of  which  appeared 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
Fractional N.W, u/iarter of Section 13,
Township 26, Peace River District; for
the purpose of sale tol r E. P. Burden.
R. A. RENWICK.
Deputy Minister of Lards.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C.
Dated March 16, 1914. marLSSn
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section ID.)
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
20th day of April next, 1914, application will he made to the Superintendent
of Provincial Pulice for the grant of a
licence for the sale of liquor by wholesale in and upon the premises known
as The Strathcona Brewing ar.d Malt-
ingCumpany, Limited, situate at Prince
George townsite, British Columbia,
upon the lands described as Lot 12, in
I Block 31, according to a map or plan of
said townsite filed in thc Land Registry
Office at Kamloops, B, C, as No. 1288.
Dated this Hth day of March, 1911.
Stkathcona Brkwing and Malting
Company, Limited, Applicants,
apll By Geoiige Mayson. Agen
, will be mar.e
Provincial P'
licence for tie
in and upon
McBride Ho
British Colu
scribed a.s Lu'
Lot 5316.
Patesd this
ai 1 A.
the  pren
intendent of
ie grant of a
liquor by retail
isi'S known as
at McBride,
the lands de-
lock 2, District
Fort (i
TAK
way, ol
tend tc
chase t
Cum
the*   we
:  March, 1914.
HOLMES, Applicant.
;c I.aml District. Districl
e.l Peace Uivcr
■ ; e •• thai I. John Lander-
e.eiT.e r. B.C., laborer, in-
ply for permission to pur-
iollowlng deacrlbed lands:
■ . a poll planted on
side  of   •;      I-'.' I iv   Kiver
it
-:
Hire;
De
.   I.
inili'
SOLE  AGENTS F
^^j_.t_  A__.\TS  FOR
Prince George Townsite
mi\G
Synd.
Some Good Ones:
Lots 5 and 6, Block 77 _._
*750 each
$850   «
§650   "
•      $720   «
67
" 8
" 39 «<   ns
" 3 and 4,    '«  117
And lots of others.      Call to see ik
SOUTH   FORT  GEORGE,   B.
V
I'lell    <Jl
191
ii ge
eel'
orth   Su   eliains
emi ni; container ),....
.ANDKHWAV,
Id Sml li. Age
TAKE nine
of Vancouver,
in apply (or
the following
Commi nc r
a hour two mil
wear Of lh" he
and on the ei
Hiver, and mi
ner Po»t," tl
thence north
su chains, tin
point of com
640 acres, mi
t, 'Sept. 1. 1913.
HN
Land District.   District
Peace River
,e. thai I. Prank Banks,
. B i'.. i, iborer, Intend
pen -- mi to purchase
■ -    bed  landB:
: i| i pe.st planted
leu noi th and two mllw
ml of Deserters' Canyon
lasl i> mi; eef the Plnlaj
irk   ',, "F. li., S.K. Cor-
lence  west   80  t'liains.
Sn chains, thence east
nee- soutii 8n chains to
nencement! containing
►re or less,
FRANK  HANKS.
Garfield Smith, Agent.
Capital Paiel Up:
Ml.._WlOO
Capitol Au'lieeruee!
KeisLTve* anil Undlvldod l'eeelil»
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated 1809.
 WITH WHICH IS UNITED
The Traders Bank of Canada
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Head Office
Fort Goortfe Hranch.
D. HURRAY, Manager
Montreal
ii Brunch
, Munuja.
The Edinburgh Finance Co.
 AN D ___
Messrs. Dearie & Fogarty
Have entered   into  partnership and will
carry on business under the style of "The
Cariboo Investment Company" (to be incorporated), and will shortly be moving their
offices to Hammond Street, Fort George,
opposite the Hotel Fort George.
The company will carry on a general real
estate business, fire and life insurance, and
will also issue passenger steamship tickets
to all parts of the world.
Large listings of Fort George and Prince
George  property.    Acreage  for sale in
tracts of from 2 to 20,000 acres.
Agents for the Royal Insurance Company,
Limited.
Loans on real estate negotiated.
Cable Address: "Edina."
A. DEARLE,
H. W. MONCRIEFF,
Managers.
COAL Has  Arrivedj
We arc exclusive agents for and now have 01
PEMBINA   COAL
The  highest grade of Domestic Coal in VV< •:■ "
-   PHONE YOUR ORDERS
Fort George Trading and Lumber Co, ijj
Having purchased heavily in the bus
section of Prince George, and having
extensively in that section since tlu auo
sale, we are in touch with the dejjogj^
work that is taking place there, an<. J ^
fore, are in a position to otter you'    ^
buys that can be had.   We are otter ng ^
best long term leases to be had m & aw
some of our clients will build to suu    • ^
Now is the time to get your business iw •
SOUTH FORTGEORGE, B.C

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