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VOL. 4, NO. 44.
Mineral Prospects of District Reported
Very Promising By Mining
Engineer
It is the Intention of Local Business Men to Proceed
with the Developement of the Property
j-SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914.
THE PRESIDENT IS A POOR SAILOR
$3 PER ANNUM
\\,' herewith publish an inter-
, . with Mr. Burge, mining
jiiici'r, from Michigan, who
,e made a hurried investi-
eiiein of the mineral prospects
iliis district and has found
, surface indications very
'utilising. Mr. Burge go;>s on
i say ns follows :
In accordance with instruct-
!i. | proceeded to examine the
literal area in this surround-
■j district and the results of
tminationa have been very
tisfactory,
I Ij ■ oxide of silicon found
11 examined is highly mineral
ind more of the granitic
he telluric vnriety and
rlieations show extraord-
propects.
lorough    examination
\ til'
'!   I.e
which
made which     would
■    the   sinking,'bfr n
shafts the first     cf
ilready started tto    a
dpplli ol ">00 feet or more.
Tl - indications of the out-
crop being so promising, it
sl I I not be difficult to ob-
ta n ufficient funds to develop
and prove the actual value of
(he mineral deposits.
I' ■■ topographical fualtures
ol lh country are like those of
mo : LTiinitic area, low hillocks 2 or 3 hundred feet in
height, creeks running intermittently in wide shallow valleys,
slo| ng gradually upwards to
lie" granitic bases.
Water holes of standing wat-
''r nl im depth, frequent the
'" 'c    of    the creeks due to
cross dikes on their line of flow
or to filling depressions in the
rolling surface of the silica.
Tb.1 creeks generally have
west to east courses, corresponding to the lines of ancient
facing, whether caused by internal intrutions or due to
shrinkage from the crust.
The ridge is at an approximate elevation of 3000 ft.
covered sparsley by small timber and the surface is largely
of gravel wash formed in hill-
locks and pot holes indicating
glacial action and partly obscuring tha rock in many-
pi aces.
The oxide of silican I have
examined is of seven varities
from (he milky white, genera'ly
low grade of gold, to tine indigo
variety which is the most
kindly for gold and also mor,;
crystalline.
Judging from the outcrop the
reef matter is of sufficient width for stooping purposes and it
will therefore not be necessary
to take any waste rock out
when mining.
I understand that business
men of this district are in the
process of organizing two companies for the purpose of a sy-
stemat'c development and proving of the property, and I have
no hehrca ion in saying thate
those adventuring funds necessary to putting them in working order, may reap handsome
returns, giving carefnl attention to expenditure of funds and
capable under ground management.
DROWNED AT BELLA COOLA
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''iin Coola, June 25.—A sad
Jity occurred when Martin
mlstad, of Hagensborg, met
death by drowning. The
eased was engaged in fishing
lire local cannery and was
1 seen aboard his boat, pre-
l| to wliich he had rowed
l! the east side of the wharf
the west Bide in order toipro
" a better anchorage. This
,v''l to be the last time he
seen alive, for when the
wns at its lowest ebb, his
. was discovered on thc
11 c'ose to the cannery.
['•'ohrate the 4th of July and
1,1''"'I the dance at the Grand
]l»"ning of the Ritts-Kifer hall,
rim e i leorge.
WILL HELP BUSINESS
Mr. Morley Donaldson Speaks
of Crop Prospiects in West-
Progress of Grand Trunk
Pacilic
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The President of the United States needs must be a good
sailor when it comes to being tossed about on the turbulent waves of national and international developments.
It does not necessarily follow however, that he can also
weather the variations of a water trip. The above picture
shows Woodrow Wilson in an attitude of "watchful waiting" on his way to meet John Lind. The Presidet shows
plainly the fact that his sixteen mile trip out into the
Gulf of Mexico to meet the Chester is not agreeing with
him.
Church Opening
New Presbyterian Church at Fort George
Opened Last Sunday.
Dominion Day Celebration
Huge Success
LARGE CROWD IN A1TENDANCE
SOUTH FORT GEORGE WON BASEBALL GAME
SUCCESSFUL DANCE IN EVENING
CLASSIFIED ADS.
11 le SALE—10 Acres in D. L. 2106,
'•'■i- I'Vemtiiire, $6000.00, termB,
duress Hox 138 Herald.
1 SE TO R .NT-Three roomed
™"->ilo. furnished. Apply.. D-Whit-
m°r . Northern Lumber Co.       27-6-tf
K,,l: SALE - 6000 feet Good Scow
"■mwr, alao2Tarp8.-A. H. Booth.
lorner Fourth and Dominion, Prince
I x in l ~' ,!"'Ke Business Tent, size
..' "'.'■ In excellent condition, price
, j, | «ozen Chairs $1 each.   Apply
Theatre,
iee of Sweets next to Dreamland
27-6-lt
Ottawa, June 2(5.—Mr. Morley Donaldson, general manager of the Grand Trunk Pacific,
is in Ottawa, on lis way to
Winnipeg from Montreal, where
he haa been on business with
President Chamberlain.
Like other visitors who have
been here recently, Mr. Donaldson brings encouraging news
about the crops. He predicts
that the harvest in the west
will be considerably larger this
year than last and he says that
with bountiful harvest'and will
come an improvement in trade
conditions throughout tlie coun
try.
About the middle or the end
of August the G. T.P. line to
Prince Rupert from Winnipeg
will begin to operate a through
freight service, and some time
in the early fall a limited passenger service through to the
Pacific coast terminal port will
be put on. The tirst.class passenger service will not bo operated until next spring.
This new line will open up
great stretches of now agricultural and, mineral territory in
British Columbia.
alsn ,?A^E--Scowand Boats for Sale;
I,,;,' '""'I" made to order.   One block
Iln,  ii10  B,X'  Steamboat Landing,
p,  »ui - Carlson, Boat Builders, South
"""""■.<•,   P.O. box 82.
WAN'
V(l EXCHANGE 5-acreGarden
V„|    '""'ted in the beiiulirulOkaniiKun
'.',',■  ' ir K'>od lots in Prince George
""■on.-Max Sc
- lieorge, B.C.
L'ih'iemZf ~Max Sciienk," Box 8;
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Ask For
"GOLDEN   WEST  BREAD"
It's The Flavor
SpeoioJ music at the big
.dance in Ritts-Kifer hall on
' July 4th.
Last Sunday was a Red
Letter day in the history of
Central Fort George when the
Presbyterians dedicated their
splendid new church. It is a
fine structure 50x60, Beating
350 to 400, with Sunday school
room and gymnasium below
40x50; ceiling of basement run-'
ning from 12' to 64' owing to
the slope from rear of church
auditorium to preacher's alcove; Its acoustics are f'ne.
Upstairs to the right is the
vestry, on the left the choir
room, the old church at the
rear is to be a public reading
room. Downstairs to the
right front is the kitchen with
running water equipment, ful'
set dishes, etc., to the 1 fl
is the library and secretary's
room. The exterior of the
building is very striking, toth1
front two large towers with a
large stained glass window in
centre. The church is seated
with stained fir seats; the choir
seats are in front of the speaker's desk; a fine two manual
organ has been purchased and
altogether, it is a city church,
one of which the district can
long lie proud.
Sab. a. m., Dr. 1). G. Mc-
Qeen, Edmonton conducted the
dedication services, preaching
from Matt.l5.-32-39. "The
Compassion of Jesus," In the
afternoon the united Sunday
schools held their patriotic service commemorative of 100
years peace between Canada
and the United States. Each
child carried a flag and entered
enthusiatically into th' service
In the evening people from the
throe towns crowded the auditorium when Dr. McQueen
spoke on Col.2:6. "The Lordship of Jesus". At tho morning service Rev. P. L. Pilkey
spoko on behalf of the Preby-
tery. Rev. A, C. dustico delivered the moderator's address
in the evening.
On Monday eveningthc Board
of Trade entertained Dr. Mae-
Queen ut luncheon. At 8
o'clock    a well-attended  social
and   concert   was   held   in   the
church.     After vocal and     instrumental selections interspers-
: strumental selecteions, interpersi
| ed with fraternal greetings from
I Messrs.   Pilkey, Sadler, Perry,
1 -Justice and Sinclair, the    _xd-
j ience repaired to the commod
ious    bas;ment   where refreshments were served.
Will Banquet Ministers
Wednesday,   July 8th.
On Wednesday next the
Prince George Chamber of Com
merce will give a luncheon in
the Ritts-Kifer hail, Prince
George to the Hon. W. J. Bowser, Attorney-General and Hon.
W. R. Ross, Minister of Lands.
The Ministers will be in McBride' on ths 6th and will arrive
here the 7th. A public meeting will lie held on the evening
of the 7th and a meet'ng of the
joina assoc'atiens in Fort G,eo-
rge on Wednesday evening,
The luncheon will take place at
12.30 p. in. Wednesday.
On leaving here the Ministers
will visit Smithers, Fort Fraser, Hazelton and Prince Rupert where more meet'ngs will be
addressed and the views of the
people ascertained on matters
of local interest.
The fifth annual celebration of
Dominion Day held here Wee!'
nesday last was successful from
every point of view and proved
to be the best ever pulled off
here.
The weather con li io is were
excellent and large crowds
swarmed the ma'n fctrett
throughout tlie day ta' ing in
the different) sports on Hamilton Avenue and Fourth street
and at the baseball grounds in
the afternoon, win ling up in
the evening with a very successful dance held in Burch's
hall. The sports were carried
out on time nnd without a
hitch, the horse races on 4th
street in the morning were
witnessed by large crowds.
Following we give a l'st of
tlio sports with the winners ;
Wet Hose race, 150 yds , won
by Campbell's team, prize $,'0.
Hub and Hub race, 150 yds..
won by Campbell's team prize
850.
Horse race, free for all, won
by Armstrong's horse 1st, Mrs.
McCab's horse 2nd....
Pony race, under 15 hands,
won by J. Bird's mare Is1,
Harris horse 2nd.
100 yard dash, free for all,
won by Blake 1st, Allan 2nd.
Standing Broad Jump, free
for all, Evaughan 1st,-McMurray 2nd.
Boy's race, 100 yard dash,
under 15, Bud Gross 1st, H.
Keefe 2nd a^d E. Brown 3rd.
Girl's race, 100 yard dash,
under 15, Annie Neering 1st, M.
Poncilius 2nd and J. Chtipmnn
3rd.
Childrtns race, 50 yard dash,
under 10, Jack Johnson. 1st,
Annie Neering 2nd and E. Sanders 3rd.
Special event 100 yard t! .sh,
between the two winners of the
above for $10 and $5 was   won
by Annie Neering.
Running   the bases, free   for
all, McBurney 1st, Reams 2nd.
Baseball Game
The Baseball game between
Foley's Cache-Prince and South
Fort George for a purse of
1250 was won by South by a
score of 7 to 2. This game
wns one of the best seen hera
this season and for the first Lw
innings it looked as though the
Cache aggregation were going
to put one over on the hdme
team, but after the fifth the
South team put it all over the
Cache who had a ballon ascension, scoring five of their runs
in the last three inn'ngs. They
lined up as follows :
Cache: Ream, ( b.; Whitney,
c; Smith, 3 b.; Whitledge, 2 b.;
Milne, r.f.; McLepd, I.f.; Emble-
ton, s.s.; Sharpe,' cf.; Lotta, p.
South— C. Brown, r.f.; Bla'e
I.f.; McBurney, s.s.; Hanovjr 3
b.; R. Henry, 2 h.. Tlarrvg, cf.;
Clos\ c.j Suilican, 1 b.;,""" J.
Henry, p.
South 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 x
Cache 0 0 0 110 0 0 0
' Suminary
R.        H.        E.
Cache       2 6 7
South       7 19 3
The game was refereed by
Chet. Mclntyre of Vancouver
who handled the game in first
chss style.
The following sports took
plaee on Hamilton Avenue in
the evening :
Putting 20 lb. Ball, free for
all, A. Munroe 1st, H. McKay
2nd.
Running Broad Jump,, ifree
for all, Evaughan, 1st, McMurray 2nd.
High Jump, free for all, Mat-
thie 1st, Whaling 2nd.
Special Event throwing 56
lb. weight, won by A. Munroe.
The Canoe race had to be
cancelled cn account of lack of
entries.
WHITNEY AGAIN
SWEEPS ONTARIO
Spiciii.1 music at t'e b'g
dance in Ritts-Kifar hall on
July 4th.
HYMENEAL
Broddy—Poncilius
A very pretty wedding was
celebrated at the home of Mr.
R. McMurray, Fifth stret on
Thursday evening last when
Miss Pauline Poncilius beeame
the bride of Ern s. Cook
Broddy who is with tl e Hocd's
Limited. Miss Matilda Poncilius sister of the bride was
bridesmaid while Mr. Ross McMurray was best man. Rev.
A. C. Justice performed the
ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Broddy will
take up their res:denee in their
new house on the Miller addition.
Ten Seats Lost by Conservatives, But Six Are Gained
Sir James Whitney again
sweeps the province of Ontario
The Government does not.come
back as strong comparatively
as before but it comes back
stronger in efficiency. Ten
seats have be,n lost aid gained
In all 25 men will line up
behind Mr. Rowell. He had 19
Inst session. The Hon. D\
Keaume was defeated in Windsor.     The standing ;
Conservatives 83
Libera's 25
Independents 3
JEWS WANT SPECIAL
TREATMENT UNDER
THE LORD'S DAY ACT
Montreal, June 26.—Joseph
Cohen, barrister, is preparing a
petition on behalf of the Jewish
Grocer's Association of Montreal to be presented to tha Dom
inion Government, praying that
the Lord's Day act be so amend
ed as to permit the Jews to
keep open their places of business Sundays. It is believed that the petition w'll be
largely signed, as th^re are
many thousand Jews in the city
THE  CHURCHES
COMPANY INCORPORATED
Special music at the big
dance in Ritts-Kifer hall on
July 4th.
Among the notices in the current issue of the British Columbia Gazette for ctompaniies
incorporated we notice tha. of
the Prince George Brewery and
Malting Company of Prince
George, $200,000.
Church of England
Rev.     M.     Sadler,     pastor,
next Sunday   the following services will be hold :   Matins   11
a. m.,    Evensong 7.30.
Presbyterian  Church
Rev. A. C. Justice,     pastor,
!Services;     11 a, m. and    7.30
p. m. Gospel service.
Grand Opening of the Ritts-
Kifer hall at Prince George on
July 4th. Dance with first-class
music.
Ask  For
'GOLDEN   WEST  BREAD"
It's The Flavor
Grand Opening of the, Ritts-
Kifer hall at Prince George on
July 4th. Dance with .tst-class
music. I   '
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THIRD
EXHIBITION
FARM EXHIBITS,
SPORTS, HORSE RACES
Held under the auspices of the
Fort George
Agricultural & Industrial
Association
CAPTAIN BALDWIN of New
York City, the famous aeronaut, will
make two flights each day of the
Exhibition, reaching a height of 1000
feet and remaining in the air not
less that 10 minutes on each flight.
BEST   DEVELOPED   BABY
(Less than One Year Old)
1st - $25.    2nd - $15.    3rd - $10.
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PRIZE   LIST   AND   REGULATIONS
The following regulations for
the exhibition have been agreed
upon :
1 As it is intended to have the,
exhibition building fully open
to the public at the time'
specified exhibitors are not- j
fied that exhibits arriving j
after 12 o'clock on September
24, will not be allowed to
compete.
2 Entry fees to be forwarded
with entry.
3 No person will be allowed
to win more than one prize in
any section of a class (except where special mention
may be made.)
■1 A card will lee furnished the
exhibitor specifying the class,
the section, the number of the
entry, nnd the name of the
exhibitors, which card must
be placed on and remain attached w the article during
the exhibition, except where
otherwise ordered. These
tickets will be held at the
office of the Secretary and
may be had upon application.
5 The management reserve to
themselves the right, of determining all disputed cases, and
their decision shall ,be conclusive and binding on the
parties of such dispute.
6 Exhibitor's ticket—one admission ticket will be allowed to each exhibitor.
7 Entries—Two entries must be
exhibited in each section of
each' class before one prize will
be awarded, three for two
awards to be made, any four
before three will be awarded.
8 Collections   must be distinct,
exhibits from all other tn tries
This rule will be strictly adhered to.
9 Sheaves of grain must be   at
least six inches in diameter at
.he string
10 Sheaves of grasses must be
least three inches in diameter at the string.
11 Judges will lee requested to
make special award a when
occasion demands.
L2 Except     in   cases of sweep
stlakcs classes, any one entry
can only compete in one section of the class.
The   prize   list    for tbe fall
fair is as follows :
CLASS I.-Stock
1st 2nd 3rd
Sec. 1—Heavy Draft
Team $15 $10 $5
Sec.2—General Purpose
Team ^ Settlers
only)  15   10   5
Sec.3—Light Delivery
Team and Rig  10     5   3
Sec.-—Light Driving
Team  10     5   3
Sec.5-Roadster TeamlO    5   3
Sec.6—Single Driver
and Rig    8     5   3
Sec.7—Brood Mare
(must be in foal
or foal at foot) .10     8
Sec.8-Foal,   1914 8     6
Sec.9—Best
Gentleman Rider   10     5
Sec. 10—Best
Lady Rider  10    5
Sec.ll—Milch Cow...   10    8
Sec.lU-Calf  8     5
Sec. 13—Poultry (pen
of three, cock and
two hens)         8     5
Be Sure and Reind the Rules
CLASS II.—Grains, Etc
1st   2nd
Seel—Wheat, 1
peck    grain $4   $2
Sec.2-Wheat in Sheaf ... 3     2
Sec.3—Oats, 1 peck
grain 4     2
Sec.4—Oats,   in Sheaf 3     2
Sec.5—Barley, 1 peck
grain 3    2
Sec.6—Barley,
in Sheaf 3     2
Sec.7—Rye, 1 peck grain..3    2
Sec.8-Rye, in Sheaf 3     2
Sec.9—Best collection
grain (must be at
least three distinct
varities)     10    8
Note—Sheaves of grain to be at
least six inches in diameter at
the string, and grasses at
least three inches in diameter
at the string.
Please Read the Rules
CLASS Ill.-Crasses, Etc
(All in Sheaf).
1st  2nd
Sec.l—Timothy  3    2
Sec.2-Red Top 3    2
Sec.3   Broom 3    2
Sec.4—Red Clover 4     3
Sec.5—Alsike Clover 4    3
Sec.6—Alfalfa 4    3
Sec.7—Best collection
cultivated grasses
(at least three vnr-
ities) 8    6
Sec.8—Uest Collection
Wild Grasses (at least
four varities) 6     5
Sec.9—Best collection of
Pea Vine and
Vetch*      (j    5
NOTE.-A11 collections to be
distinct from single entries.
CLASS IV.-VegetaWes
1st 2nd 3rd
Sec.l—Potatoes one
peck $7.50 $5 $3
Sec.2-Swede Turnips,    3 5       4   3
Sec.3—Carrots,   6... .5       4  3
Soc.4—Garden
Beets, 6 5        4   3
Sec.5—Sugar
Beets, 3 5       4   3
Sec.6—Mangels,   3 5       4  3
Sec.7—Parsnips,    6... 5       4   3
Sec.8—Onions, 6..
...»
..4
4   3
3   2
Sec.9 ••Cabbage,   2
Sec. 10—Cauliflower, 2 4        3   2
Sec.U-Field Peas,
one peck 4       3   2
Sec.12—Garden
Peas,  one peck 4        3   2
Seo.l3-Plate of
six Tomatoes
(green) 4        3   2
Sec.l4-Kale, 3 4        3   2
Sec. 15—Celery,   3 4        3   2
Sec. 16—Winter
Radish, 6 4       3  2
Sec. 17—Best collection of vegetables   $15   $10   $7.50
(Section    17 to be separate
entry.)
Diploma will also be awarded
to exhibitors winning largest
aggregate of prizes in this class.
CLASS V.—Home Industries
(To be made by the exhibitors)
1st  2nd
Sec.l-White Loaf $3   $2
Sec. 2-Brown Loaf    3    2
Sec.3—Pan of Biscuits ..3    2
Sec.4—Butter, two 1
pound dairy prints . 3     2
Sec.5—Collection of
Preserved   Fruits 5      il
Sec.6—Collection of
Preserved Cultivated
Fruits  4       2
Sec.7—Best Collection
of      Fancy   work ....10    5
See.8—Most Effective
display of Sweet
Peas	
Sec.9—Most Effective
Display of Cui-   ...
tivated    Flowers  3    2
Sec.lO-Most Effective
li splay of Hon so
3
Plants.
.10
CLASS VL   School Section
(Exhibitors must not bo   over
12 years; no entry fee.)
1st   2nd
Sec.l—Best Hand
Writing (.Selection
of about   50 words) $2   $1
Sec.2—Best Freehand
Drawing     2     '
Sec.3—Best Color
ed Dr
rawing..
1
Sec.4—Bouquet of Wild
Flowers 2     1
Sec.5—Best piece of
Woodwork, for
Boys 2     1
Sec.6—One piece Best
Sewing,   for   girls 2     1
Sec.7—Best collection
of pressed plants,
all named 3    2
Special Prices —1st, $5.00;
2nd, $3.00, for best ossnv of 200
words on subject : "Lite on the
Fnrm.l'
Diplomas will also lee presented to prize winners and all deserving of commendation.
C. W. MOORE
President
ALEX. HUNTER
Vice - President
N. C. JORGENSON
Secretary - Treasurer eje;    LUC
A Weekly Journal or Local Gen-
fkai News, Published Every Saturday Morning at its Printing Office
in South Fort George.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Price   One Year in Advance   $3.00
Six Months in   " 1.75
Three  1.00
To Thc United States    3.50
No paper stopped until all arrearages
are paid except at the option  of the
publishers.	
RATES OF ADVERTISING
Twelve cents per line for the first insertion, and eight cents per line for
uach subsequent insertion.
For Sale, Lost and Found Ads minimum charge 50 cents per insertion,
limited to one inch.
Other rates furnished on application.
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING
Company Limited
Publishers and Proprietors
South Fort George, B. C.
IATURDAY,   JULY   4th, 1914.
adoption of _ general rule such
as the International, or, better
still, the substitution of cubic
measurement of logs, a practice
which has long been in operation
in Europe where high prices
make accuracy not only desirable but necessary.
RANCHERS  NEED
RAILWAY'S HELP
Big Crops This Year all Along
Line and G.T.P. Must Co-
Operate To Market   ,
Produce
SCALING INFLUENCES STUMPAGE
Amount Paid Depends on Log-
Rule Used.
There are over forty different
lo_-rules now in use in the United States and Canada, showing
a variation of over 50 per cent in
the amount of lumber they
ascribe to a log of any given size.
This great disparity is due to the
iact that the majority of these
log-rules are but rules of thumb
evolved from the rough diagrams
or experience of the early lumbermen who were always careful to
allow a liberal, though arbitrary,
percentage for waste in sawing.
Originally inaccurate, they are
becoming increasingly so with
the introduction of band-saws
and modern milling methods,
and attempts, as yet unsuccessful, have been made to substitute these old rules by a
a standard rule having mathematical accuracy. Probably the
best rule yet formulalted is the
International Log Rule' prepared by Dr. J.F.Clark when Chief
Forester for Ontario, which he
vertified by extensive tests at
the mill.
It is interesting to compare
this International Rule with
those in most common use in
Canada, A sixteen-foot log
twelve inches in diameter contains, according to the International Rule, 105 feet, board measure, of lumber; according to the
Scribner Rule, used in the
Prairie Provinces, 75 feet, board
measure, and according to the
Doyle Rule, in most common use
in Eastern Canada, only 64 feet,
board measure, of lumber. The
disparity is even greater' in
smaller logs and it is small logs
which make up the greater part
of the cut in Canada today.
Thus, so far as stumpage dues
are concrened, it is safe to say
that very often the lumbermen
Pay for only half the merchantable lumber the average tree
really contains. It Is significant
that when the British Columbia
government recently decided to
increase the royalty paid on timber cut in the interior of the provides, it accomplished that pur-
Pose merely Ly stipulating that
the British Columbia Log Rule,
should henceforth be used in that
region instead of the Doyle Rule,
thus increasing by 45 per cent
lhe amount of estimated lumber
in the logs cut.
11 is possible that in other
Parts of Canada the bonus paid
by the lumberman in addition to
the stumpage dues makes up for
this loss in scaling. But; other
things being equal, lumbermen
operating under a lenient rule
have on unfair advantage over
those whose logs are more close-
jy  scaled  and   the only final
represeneative from the
Omineca Herald who returned
from Buckley valley tba first of
the week reports the ranches all
through the valley to be in fine
shape. There are a, great many
more acres under cultivation
this year than ever before' and
the crops are growing rapidly
All through the valley the farmers are in fine spirits, tl." only-
thing they are afraid of is that
they will not be able to dispose
of all their stuff. They will
have to get in a larger number
of cattle, and yet few of them
hnve sufficient money. One
farmer estimates that he will
have enough hay and feed for
a hundred head of cattle or horses. He hns twelve on his
place now.
All crops gre doing better this
year than last, so that it will
be up to the Grand Trunk to
look ahead for a market for
this produce. This is especially
necessary since the market
which the construction con-
trators     have been providing
financial Man Kises to
Defend Western Credit
Toronto, Ont., June 24.—"Although collections have been to
a certain extent poor in the west,
eastern manufactures and wholesalers do not agree that the
financial position of the west is
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
■*•"    the reserve existing upon Crown
lands in the Cariboo and Cassiar Dis-
, ,,    ,    ,       , .       .   tricts, notice of which was published in
unsound,    declared a prominent * the B. c. Gazette on the 12th of Sep-
financial man this morning in J*5*«&j1i?7A°i.fMrefurv.exi_tl,ng
upon Lrown lands within the Land Re-
commenting  Upon   tne  remarks cording Districts of Cariboo and Lil-
of Henry  Detchon,   general !"><*' TK"d. 'he Kamloops Division of
,.   ,     t-t       jee       n    ,., I »ale Land Recording District,   notice
manager of the Canadian  Credit: of which appeared in B. C. Gazette on
Men's Association. ' i*e,4t,h?f A,Pril-1911- is canc«'led !"
.,_. ,        , .      !so tar as the same reserves the said
The   west   has   been    going lands from lease under the provisions
through a period of wholesome ofLtahned^and Act
retrenchment, which has been
of undoubted value in curbing
speculation and wildcatting of
all varieties, and it is an established fact that with the harvesting of the next crop the buying
power of the people will be   re-
Fort George Undertaking Co.
J. W. SANDIFORD
H. WAPSHOl
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.
R. A. RENWICK
Department,      Deputy Minister
Victoria.B.C. 22nd       of Lands.
April, 1914. 35-3mos.
Notice of Assignment.
mal.   Tin
whole
Notice is hereby given that Henry
ng like nor-! ^
i bi
eastern    ni( n as    a Columbia, under the firm name of Fort
stored     to something like nor- '< £••  McVety   carrying on a Laundry
- i business at bouth rort George, British
Fast Motor Boat Service.
P.R.T. Co.
Special rates to landseekers and prospectors to Fort
St. James, Fort Fraser and Giscombe Portage.
Reliable and efficient service. Call, wire or phone.
R. L.  WATT, Robarts Hotel, South Fort George; or
Great West Investment Co., Johnson Blk., S. FortGeorge.
if~-
•eali/e that r.hev them-' GeorKe Steam Laundry, has by Deed of
eau/e tnat uiey inem , Assigllm3nt.date(i the nthday of June,,
selves are as much to blame as: 1SH14, assigned all his personal estate, '
their western brother over any i Keal e8t8te' credit9 and effects- which'
extension of credit    that
may be seized and sold under execution
may | to Lisle C.    Beckett   of South  Forte
George, B. C, Accountant.
have    developed, and most   of,
(l,„     „      •,,;      s ,.    I    AND  FURTHER   TaKE  NOTICE
them are willing to assume the: that a meiting of creditors will bi held
burden imposed, not so    much; at the offices of Walter E. Haskins,
v.i i      ,i       ...    •   I Blair Building, South Fort George, B. <
by    the west as by the rift   in C.  Solicitor to the Assignee, on Mon-!
the financial conditions of   the!day the 6th day of July, 1914, at 4.30
, . ,, o clock p.m.
worw- AND FURTHER  TAKE  NOTICE'
that all creditors are required to send
FIRST FREIGHT
FROM THE EAST
to the above  address  particulars of j
their claims   duly   verified   and the
nature of their security, if any, held I
by them.
AND  FURTHER  TAKE NOTICE
,,    ,    i ,  .. , ,. i ti    i     that the Assignee will on and after the
Brought .Several Cars of Mach- | 6th day of jj,y> 1914, pr0cecd to dis-1
AMERICAN PLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
=**.
Corner Hamilton & Third
South Fort George. B.C.
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Rates  $2.50 and $3
Monthly and weekly rate* • * application
^=
Best of wines,
quors and cigars
Albert Johnson,
J
inery for Prince Rupert
Dry Dock and Some
Rolling Stock
The first through freight
train from the east on tb;
for th? past few years has been Grand Trqnk Pacific arrived in j 27-6-2t
removed. Prince Rupert will be New Hazelton at noon on Wed-!"
able to consume everything that' nesday. Resides several new
is grown if the railway will co- j cars for use on tlw road at this
operate   with   the farmers   in end,   there were several cars of
tribute the ass ets of the said Henry;
H. McVety, having regard only to the
claims of which he shall then have had j
notice and will not be responsible for
assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose claim he
shall not then nave been notified.
Dated the Hth day of June, 1914.
LISLE C. BECKETT,
Assignee, j
Mr. Hugh Stewart, iiciubj.
ARCHITECT,
Fresh
Meats
Beef
Mutton
and
Veal
Wholesale and retail
THE B, CHEAT MARKET
FORT GEORGE AND
SOOTH FCRT GEORGE
marketing the stuff.
Celebrate the 4th of -July and
attend the dance at the Grand
Opening of the Ritts-Kifer hall,
Prince George.
Sunday-school Teacher—Was
it right of Elijah to raise the
widow's son?
Reddy Backrow (eagerly) —
How much wns in the pot, and
what kind of a Land did Lige
have?
machinery for the dry dock ex.
Prince Rupert. The first fore-1
ign    car to 4 be pulled over the I
GEORGE STREET, PRINCE 6E0R6E
e-wt
new line was one belonging 7to
the   Coal and Coke Company. | ROOMS TO RENT
From    ii0\v    on freight will be^
moved rapidly over th? G.T.P.,
especially for the railway com-        VictOHa   Hotel
pflMW (Formerly Grnntl Union)
  OPPOSITE CLUB CAFE
j Third Street     -     South Fort George
Grand Opening of   the Ritts-
Kifer hall at Prince George on
July 4th. Dance with first-clasi
music.
VILLA. FORMER BANDIT, HAS RISEN TO FAME AND POWER
Fori G-eonte, B.C. Victoria, B.C.
F. e. Burden. Mgi. F. C Oreon. M«r.
Nelson, B.C.. A. H. Gram, Mgr,
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Gril Eifiiccri, Domiiiot & B. C. Unl Su. <™>
Surveys of Land8. Mines, Townsites, Timber
Limits, Etc.
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
FOR SALE
Lots 1, 6. St 6, Block 337 - PHICE S325 each
I-oUe 13 & 14, Block 242   -  PRICE 1600 each
Lot 7, Block 196 -   -   -   - TRICE J760
Quarter Caeeh. Balance 1, 2. & 8 Years,
Two small BunRal.ews with lots cleared &
fenced.  Title deeds can be iriven, Prices :
92000 and $2SOO
Por further Particulars applv ;
H. WILSON, Mgr., Corner Laselle _ Seventh
P.O. Bu 64 SOUTH FORT GEORGE
BARGAINS IN BUILDERS
SUPPLIES.
FROM  MANUFACTOR TO CUSTOKER DIRECT
You effect an enormous saving on Window .
Door . Mouldings, Porch Columns, etc., Butld-
Hk Paper and Builders' Hardware by buying
direct by mail.       NOTE THESE PRICE."
5-cross panel doors for
light stain or oil
5-cross panel doors for
dark stain or paint
Window Frames
Door Frames
$1.70
$1.50
$130
$135
[vtrylhing in stock _r i
Wc itil It anyone.   Skip nujuAut.
WRITE FOR NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOG*
AJ.CUSHING LUMBER CO., Lt.
806 POWELL ST.      VANCOUVER,». C
r._K'AZ'A_'^'i_'^'<x__i__i_v^_va
A Do you contemplate
A       BUILDING?
"  Then investigate* our wort ma isl. Ip and   I
*A get our estimates u
a       DANFORTH & M'INNIS       B
S  Contraptora . Hamilton and   R
m  and Builders > First btreota     '
KIWII^Ta &*sWa9K-V_V -C-9?-l^-l^
ECKSTEIN _ WILSON
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Haight Bldg, Prince George, B. C.
r. E. Wilson   ::  L. P. ECKSTEIN.
General Francisco Villa, rebel leader, and his staff resting during
their march towards Mexico City. Villa, who a few months ago
was unknown, except as a dangerous bandit, has now become one
of the most powerful men in Mexico. He has risen in the rebel
ranks with startling suddenness, and has led the Constitutionalist
forces to victory after victory. Among his most brilliant feats
was the capture and defence of Juares, custom port, and port of
entry and one of the most important cities of Northern Mexico.
Practically all of the Northern States are now in the hands of the
rebels, and in the south the latter are meeting with success almost
daily.
This photograph was taken after the Federals had been routed
south of Jurarez. While Villa and his staff obtained a brief respite
from the forced marching, Federal artillery, battling with the
main body of Villa's army, dropped an occasional shell near the
encampment of the rebel general.
D. PENNES
OF PARIS
The Jewelry Manufacturer
Maker of Artistic
Gold and Platinum Mountings
Repair work of all kinds given
prompt attention.
IV ng get Block      •       Third Street
Soutii Fort George
City Express and
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 n c. Mcelroy,
SOUTH FORT GEORGE. Manager.
Phone 111
FORT GKORGE.
Cartage Company
Express Delivery
Baggage Transfer
General Draying
C. T. RUSH   •   Proprietor
PHONE 51
tr
O'Flaherty & Thome
All kinds of
Fruit, Ice Cream
Sodas and
Confectionery.
Hamilton Avenue ■ Soulh Fort George
^
If you are going to PEACE RIVER
CONSIGN YOUR FREIGHT TO US
At Mile 194 G. T. P. care George McDowell
We will store and deliver to SUMMIT LAKE for $25.00 per
ton. Motor Uoat will leave 194 every Wednesday with freight
and passengers for GISCOMBE.
SEEBACK & HUBBLE
EMPRESS HOTEL
Comer Fourth and Hamilton       ■      Sonth 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.
VS
G. WARCUP
Proprietor
'ill
\l
<).,•'
5*1.
4i
i
It ..
,<■
■*_}.*: .
■ t.
'
n plnnl
11.  I'.,   leleeue'c,   mieuua   ...   "K
niissiieii tn purchase llie fol-
[■rlheti lands: Commencing at
l een iho north-east bank of
.e. i inieev Kiver nleeieit twenty-one miles
p-sti'enni from Fori Graham ana one
le ,,: ■! i qurater east, marked "1'. .l.'s
w corner"; thence east so chains;
en .■ norl SO .'iieeiies; the'ne'e' west 80
halns; tiience south S'1 e'hiiins to point
i ceemmencement; containing t',40 acres,
Dated Marcli ',. li'i4.
PETER   JACOBSON.
John MncDonell, Agent.
ase iiu
mencini
,..i banl
e ee mile'
,11,1     I We
■p. it;
Own your own home! You
can build your future home
now at the minimum of expense.
No building is too large
or too small to receive
our careful attention.
Blue
print. anil plans furnished.
Gel our estimates.
Bronger & Flynn
Contractors and Builders
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
'MAX.
. Agent.
Foley,  eef
[ntends   tee
Quit Baking
N'OW you can buy
3 Loaves Bread for 25c
AT  THE
WE SELL EVERYTHING
- BUT GROCERIES
Northern Lumber & Mercantile
Company, Limited
W. F. COOK, Fret.
RUSSELL PEDEN, Vic. Pm.
c. e. Mclaughlin, s«t._,
i. i: v.
Agent.
.uleurn.
ends in
ise tlie
':e-neing
sr le.itik
Iles up-
!:.•<!   "F.
ourse
nent;
Also PASTRY and CAKES at
Reasonable Prices
The fact that the American Battleships are gathering slowly but
surely in Mexican waters emphasizes the fact that the attitude of
the United States is growing firmer. While no definite action may
have been decided on yet it is readily apparent that the United
States Government is going to be in readiness for prompt and
efficient action should the necessary crisis arise.
This picture shows American war vessels in the Harbor of Vera
Cruz, one of the principal Mexican ports.
CLAYBURN.
I eonell, Agent
ISTRICT.
J. F.   CAMPBELL
CIVIL ENGINEER
British  Columbia  Land  Surveyor
Land Atfent       Timber Cruiser
Representing GORE & MCGREGOR, Limited
McGregor Building, Third Street. SOUTH
FORT GEORGE. B. C.
Johnson Wins from Moran
By Points
M.'Leod,
: tends
vu,
_______________WW\\
iut  eleven
Graham,
t"; thence
SO chains;
or less, to
cnurse of
r.ent;   con-
■ hone]], Ag.nt.
ISTRICT.
:    ■>-1 Prowse,
.■   ... th, intenils
■ ; .'.' hase tlie
C mmencing
■ rtl -..est bank
'  . ■■: e-n  miles
- S Vf. e'eilTie-r";
:■••:■ e-  nortii  SO
■ halns;   thence
us  m.ire or less.
i.'I'W.'e.
ill' PROWSE.
acDonell, Agent
IJ DISTRICT.
Irnrj  Parker, nf
.   Intends   tee   ;i|l-
irehase tf>■■ feel-
Commencing ut
■ ■■:! i-east   leeink
il eleven mile.*
II   P.'s S.W.
' s;    thencc
■ -' SO chains;
■ nl e.f e'eeiii-
.   ; es,  more
i" PARKER.
Donell,  Ag.-nt.
FOHT  UK'lROK  LAN
!'  DISTRICT.
(
erles  George
merchant,
'.   lee   pur-
■"'1    lands:
lay  River
LUMBER
Having recently established a
lumber mill here we are prepared to deliver rough lumber
of any dimension.
Ordway &  Wakeley
Newland, b. c.
HARRY M. BURNETT
Architect and Civil Engiheer
Temporary Office :
Corner Vancouver and Eighth Streets,
PRINCE GEORGE, B. C.
JOHNSON   AGREES TO
FIGHT LANGFORD
NEXT OCTOBER
T. G. JONES
Solicitor and Notary Public.
Fort George Trust Building,
FORT GEORGE. B.C.
TAKE  Ni
"|e
I
Ve      	
apply   for   permission   1
feeliejwii e->   ,]... , .. ,,,..,]   ;,,,,
nt 11 posl planted e.ii the
of  tin.  Plnlay   River  .1
miles up-stream fr  r
marked   -.1.   B.'s   S.W
fist  'i'i chains; them .•
thence west    .1 eiiMiiis-
the river; thence followi
l 'Iver   te.   |ee.Int   ol
containing isn ooyon  ,u
Dateel .Marcli   ,,  19H.
;i: mi'i.i i:ii
icDonell, Ae-, nl
ewe
Alex. McEachern
Builder and
Contractor
Estimates given for all classes of work
Address: General Delivery,
SOUTH  FORT GEORGE
illte'lleis    tee
irehase   the
''illlllli-lieili-.
1 -easl bank
twenty-one
trnliam, and
ei '. thence
80 chains;
en le-ss, t„
■• course eef
mencement;
r less.
JOHN lleiWF.S.
.lohn MacDonell, Aeent,
PORT GEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
Districl eef Peace Uivcr.
TAKK NOTICE that William Mills, nf
Vancouver, B, ('., logger, Intends to npply feer permission to purcnase the foi-
10-lng described lands; Commencing nt
a post planted een Hie north-east lmnk nf
the Plnlay River fiieenit twenty-one mile-s
up-stream from Port Graham and three
mlle-n and a quarter e'nst, marked "\V.
M.'s s.W. corner"; thence east SO cliains;
thence nortii RO chains; thence west so
rhiilns; thence Booth 80 chains to peeint
of commencement; containing CIO ncres,
mnre nr li'Ms.
Dated March 7, 11)14.
Wil,MAM  MILLS.
John MacDonell, Agent.
TheGeorge Building Co.
-OF-
Prince George
Undertake to BUILD prompty and at
the lowest price 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 the George
Building Co.), Robart's Hotel, South
Fort George, will receive immediate
and personal attention.
PARIS, June 29.-"Jack"
Johnson still holds the heavyweight championship of the
world. In a hard -fought battle
at the Veldrome d'Hiver Were
Saturday night he defeated
Frank Moran, of Pittsburg,
easily on points n the 20
round contest. Moran was
stubborn, and stood up to the
negro. He did most of the
leading and many of the feints.
The black man's superior skill
and his effective uppercutting
work wore down his opponent
and won the match, which at
times seemed rather amateuish.
Not a Knockdown
Terrfic uppercuts, on which
Johnson had relied in many of
his previous battles, were again
brought into play on his
young adveatary, who was unable to effectively block them.
They were repeatly sent to Mo-
ran's jaw when he least expected them ancl several times with
such force that the Pittsburger
was seen wabbling, but there
was not a single knock-down
or anything that looked like
a finishing blow. At the close
Moran's face was bleeding from
cuts on the nose and under the
left eye; Johnson showing no
marks.
Moran Shows Courage
Towards the middle of the
contest it appeared as if Moran
would not go the 20 rounds
but he showed courage and kept
driving. Although he landed
a number of times on the negro
his blows lacked force and were
comparatively ineffective.    Mow
Champion Will Receive $30,000
Win, Lose or Dvaw and 50
Per Cent of Moving
Picture   Receipts
PARIS, June 29.—Undiscou-
raged by his defeat on Saturday in a 20-round bout for ;the
heavyweight championship of
Ithe world by Jack Johnson,
Frank Moran, of Pittsburg,
rested yesterday at his camp
at Meriel-on the-Oise.
Johnson also remained at his
training quarters, nursing a
badly swollen hand and receiving a number ol visitors.
Johnson attributed his injured
fist to the fact tbat he wore for
the first time four ounce gloves
instead of gloves weighing five
ounces.
Johnson has agreed to fight
Sam Longford the the middle
of October. For this bottle
he will receive 830,000, win,
lose or draw, and in addition
will be given fifty per cent of
the moving picture receipts.
The articles for the fight with
Longford will be signed in London, July 1.
-THE CONSTRUCTION OF-
MININC ON THE SKEENA
Many Promising Properties Receiving Energetic Development
Wi W. Bowser recently examined mineral properties on
FkTdler creek, Kitsum kiilum
river and the Canyon district
for the provincial government.
Many of the owners in those
KURT GEOTtGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River,
TAKF, NOTICE that David Fields, of
Vnnoonvfr, B, C, logger, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the. f,,i-
lo .Ing describod lnnds:   Commencing nt
a peest planted on the. north-east hunk of
tin' Finlny River nboul twenty-one tulips
UI>-Htream   from   Fort  Graham   nnil   two
miles nnd  a  quarter east,  marked  "D.
K's S.W. corner"; thence ,>ast si) ciiuins;
.lence north SO chains: thencc wosi  sn
ciiuins; tbence sonlh 80 chnins to peeint
pf commencement, e'lintalninK Gill ue-res,
move or less.
Duted  Mnrch  7, 1914.
DAVID FIELDS,
John MncDonell, Agent.
The Mecca Cafe
IN SUCCESSION TO THE GRILL
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 ;  WE NEVER CLOSE
districts are doing a lot of de-
and then he "tried to land hard velopment work this yea! and
on his adversary's body and in nm' some of the properties may
FORTUNE BUILDING CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Estimates  and  PlanB given for all
kinds of work.
Morley Street   -   Close to Depot
PRINCE GEORGE.
so doing swung widely through
open space, Johhson being several feet away.
Moran took his punishment
well, and during parts of rounds
the negro toyei with bim when
he saw tbat he could do so
without danger.
Towards the end Johnson had
the Pittsburger absolutely at
his mercy. Moran apparently
feared that he would be finished and clung lo Johnson's body
for support, trying at the.same
time to land, but without success. His manner of fighting
and holding in the latter part
of tb3 contest were tlie cause
of unfavorable comment, as
were the tactics of Johnson on
several occasions whi -)\
brought a caution from the referee, as well as a storm ,,f
jeers from the crowd.
1
be brought to the shipping
point before the snow flies
again. Mr. Thomlinson stated
when here that he had seen several pieces of ore from those
districts and they were quite
up to the standard of the high-
class ores of this district.
From what he can learn, he believed that mining would, and
in the very near future, be a
most importunt industry all
along tlw Skeena.
Refreshments will be served
at the dunco to be held in the
Ritts-Kifer hall, July 4tk
"He is the most tender-hearted man I ever saw."
"Kind to animals?"
"I should say so. Why, when
-9 found tbe family eat insisted
on sleeping in the coal bin, he
immediately ordered a ton of
soft coal."
The Pacific Great Eastern Ry.
On the ea9t 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 all
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
We are the sole agents for over 1000
lots in Prince George comprising some of
the choicest business and residental lots
in the G. T. P. Townsite. ::
One of our firm will attend the Government Sale of lots in this district at Vancouver and Victoria, and will buy for
clients at a very moderate commission.
FOR PRICES AND TERMS WRITE, CALL OK WIRE
WESLEY
SOUTH FORT GEORGE & PRINCE GEORGE.
P. BURNS & CO. Ltd.
Wholesale aod Retail Dealers in all Kinds of
Fresh  and  Cored Meats
Butter, Cheese, Eggs;   j   pSKity.
Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Live Stock
T___. as
Fort George and South Fort George.
phone it
Save a Day to Vancouver by Travelling with
INLAND EXPRESS Co. U
The Royal Mail and Express Route Steamers
OPERATOR, CONVEYOR and HAMMOND
connecting at Quesnel with Autos, for Ashcroi
(l A V
STEAMER LEAVES SOUTH FORT GKORGE EVERY
Round Trip to Ashcroft $80, Single $45.50
PHONE   64    FOB    RESERVATIONS.
GET OUR  BATES  ON  EXPRESS
Leslie Cameron, Superintendent,
Ashcroft, B. C.
D. E. Mace, Agent
South Fokt
GEOBOK of Vane-
'olive.   U- c-'   miner,   inwnas io oi  Vai
upply
for  permission   to  purchuse   ....
descri hud lunds:   Commencing
following ".""YeaVn tile north-eust bunk
V    .  ..I....,!   i,ii,,. miles nee-
1,1 "■ l'0i?fnYi."Klve"r'about nine miles up
i"om Kort Gruhum;    '"
murked  "J.
thence ensl 80 chnins;
of the
K's NA ...ut'l'i'"hU0 clmins;  thence west  10
tlm'.100 !_... „. less, to the river; thence
ise of the river to point
nil); 480 acres,
. more or
,,|""":....   he course or the i
tf ^e_ltt_B.l, contain!.
oi.- or lf»». ,   ,
1914.
JAMKS   KEL .BY.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
ids
,,0RT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
10    nlatrlot of l'euce lllver.
„,.K.    NOTICE  Umt   Michael Patrick
TAK    e    Vancouver,   B.   C,   engineer,
ll!'1"'.   '.    apply for permission lo pur-
followlng    described     lunds:
ut   u   posl  piunted  on   the
„, Bast -nnk  of  the     Finlay  River
"u       ,'iee  miles  up-stream   trom  l'01-t
».'"'"'    "u'„d   one   mile     eust,     marked
i'.   R.'s  N.W,
the
enclng
couvor    ta     .     I-1,"1™3 cahalln,  ner"; thence cast 80 chains; thence norm
■    "■   '..,    laborer,   Intends  so ehnins; tbence west 80 chains; thence
mission to purcliuse the | south  80 chnins to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Duted March 5, 1914.
DANIEL McOAR'IT.
John  MncDoncll, Agent.
to npply for ,
following described "lands
" «•. P°st plant . then
of the Findlay i;iv
up-stream  fi '
mil
Commencing
th-east hunk
T about eleven  mlles
,..,„,   „    \'"'l  Graham and  one
,z:_t':,r_'Zzz"zi'°''mnt'"u'^
CHARLKS CAHALIN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
"M.
su
corner"; thence easi
uth 80 cbains; thence
PORT GEORGE  LAND
' 1 .strict of l'euce
-   !"^o  -imi"  ."fee "north  80 cl.ulno
weat SO c"(a"co'mmenoement;  eoniuining
B40 acres, more or less.
„al„d ilYc°HA4fci PATRICK RYAN.
John MncDoncll, Agent.
LAND   DISTRICT.
Rlvcr,
that John Cerr, ot
logger, Intends lo
,r uo, mission to purchase the
knowing described lunds: Commencing
1 "oost planled on the north-east bunk
s. eey River about nine mlleB
ream Hum Fort Gruhum and two
' .a" , miked "J. C.'s N.W. corner"
',.east 80 chains; thence south 80
,,„,nS' thence west 80 chains; thence
'tn -Imins to point of commence-
!;■', f confalnlng 640 acres, more or less.
"'Veai'.d March 4, 1814
T,\KI0 NOTICE
Vancouver, »• ^'
apply   for  per
at
null*
JOHN   CERR.
John MacDonell, Agent.
TRICT.
Mc-
F0RT   QEORGE   LAND   DIS'
District of I'eaee River.
TAKE   NOTICE    that    Michael
1   ■•    0f   Vancouver,    B.    C,   logger,
ls lee apply for permission to pur-
llie    following    described   lands'
aid,
r>oi
lllle-l ^^^^^^^^^
f''',',Sm.-m-ing"atii post plantcd on the
t0""".! . bank of the Finlay River
nine miles up-stream from 1-ort
iV, .iiain and four miles east, marked M
K* B\V corner"! tbence east 80
*"■"•"   ■■'     ■ -   Houth  SO  chains;   thencc
1101 He
cl
I chains;" thenoe nortii 80 cbains
to" point of  commencement;   containing
6ii> acres, more or less.
d  March 4, 1914.
MICHAEL   McDONALD.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT GEOROE  LAND  DISTHICT.
.n..,,.1"*"'1''1 "f Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE that Thomas Bairel,
or Vancouver, 11. c„ shipwright, Intends tee apply for permission to purchase the following described lanas:
Commenolng ul a post planted on the
north-east hunk of the- Kinlay Rlvcr
ubout eleven miles up-streum from
Kort Graham, marked "T. H.'s s.W. corner"; theiue- east nu chains; thence north
80 eliains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south Su ohalns tee point of commencement; enntaining (ill) acres, more or less.
Dated  March 4,' 1914.
THOMAS   BAIRD.
John MacDonell, Agent.
KOItT   GEORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
Distriet of Peaoe River.
TAKK NOTICE that Hugh Murray,
of Vancouver. II. (',, teiinisteer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following desoribed lanels: Commencing
at a post planted een the north-east bnnk
of the Finlay River about nine iniles upstream from Fort Grahame marked "li.
M.'s S.W. corner"; thence e-ast SO chains;
thelice north 80 chains; tiience west 80
chains; tbence south su chains to point
of commencement; containing oiu acreB,
meere or less.
Dated March 4. 1014,
lll'dll MURRAY.
John MaeDonell, Agent.
lisle
T.U-
50ROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
NOTICE     that     Daniel     F.
I,   of   Vancouver,  B.  C,  logger,
to iil'ply for permisaion to pur-
he   folleewlng   described   .lands:
cing  at  a  post   planted   on   the
st   hunk   of   the   Kinlay     River
nn-  miles  up-stream  from   Fort
and   three   mlles   east,   marked
"s S.W. corner"; thence east 80
thence north  80  chains:   thence
wesl SO chains;  thence soutii 80 chainB
to leeeiM  uf  commencement;   containing
no urn-. more or less.
Duti-d .March 4, 1914.
DANIEL F. CAMPBELL.
John   MacDonell,  Agent.
about
Uraaar
"li. K.
chains:
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
DiBtrlct of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE thut Charles Werner,
of Vancouver, B. C, tlmher-faller, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lanos:
Commencing at a post plnnted on the
north-east bank of the Kinlay River
ahout nine miles up-stream from Kort
Graham and three miles east, markeel
"C. W.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80 cliains
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or ltess.
Dated March 4,  1914.
CIIARLKS WERNER,
.lethii MucDonell. Agent.
KORT   GKORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
DiBtrlct  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Tom Snowdon,
of Vancouver, B, C, butcher, Intends to
upply for permission to purchase tbe
lollowing described lands: Commencing
at a post piunted on the north-east bank
of thc Finlay River about fifteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and three
miles cast, marked "T. S.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains; tliencc nortii
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less,
Duted  March  It,  1914.
TOM   SNOWDON.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
inmence-
!  eel   le-KS.
nortn 80 chains  lo point e
ment, containing tllu ucres,
Dated March  I. 1914.
DUNCAN   .McGll.l.VAHV.
John MacDonell, Agent
KORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of   Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred M. Rutherford, of Vancouver, B. C, salesman, Intends to npply for permission to purehuse the following described lunds:
Commencing nt a post piunted on the
north-east bank of the Kinlay River
nbout llfteen miles up-stream from Fort
Grnham und two miles east, marked "W.
M. R.'s S.W. corner"; tbence east 80
elinlns; thence north 80 chnins; thence
wesl 80 chnins; thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres,  more or less.
Duted March 6, 1914.
WILFRED  M.  RUTHERFORD.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace Hiver.
TAKE NOTICE that Sidney Kearney,
of Vancouver, 13. C, ceeeiks. intends to
apply leer permission to purcliase the
following described lamls: Commencing
at a post piunted ou the north-east bank
of the 1-inlay Itiver about eleven miles
up-stream from Kort Graham ami tl\e-
miles east, murked "S. K.'s S.W. corner"; thence (east SU chains; thence north
SO chains; thence west SU cluiins; thence
south 80 chains to poinl of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Duteel  .March   4, .191 I.
SIDNEY KEARNEY.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
west  80 chains;  thence north  80 chains
te,  point  of  commencement;  containing
640 acres,  meere. or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
GEORGE  HLATCIIFORD.
.lejllll   MucDonell,   Agent.
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dlslriel of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Findlay Robertson, of Vancouver, B, C„ bridge-man, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lunds:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-eust bunk of the Finlay River
ubout seventeen miles up-stream from
Fort Grubam and murked "K. R.'s S.W.
corner"; thenee eust SU chuins; thenee
north 80 chains; thence weal su chuins;
thence south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 610 acres, more
or less.
Dated Marcli 6, 1914.
FINDLAY ROBERTSON.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Jumes W. Flaherty, of Vancouver, 1 . C., superintendent, Inteiuls to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
e ommencln-g ut a post planted on the
north-east bunk of the Finlay River
about fifteen miles up-stream from l-'ort
Graham and four miles east, marked
"J, W. K.'s N. W. corner"; thence
enst 80 eliuins; tiience south 80 chains;
tbence west 80 chains: llience north 80
chains tei point of commencement; containing  640  ae-re-s,   more or  le-ss.
Duteel   .March   6,   1914.
JAMKS   Vf,   FLAHERTY.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
west   80   chains,   more   or   less,   to   th•
river; thence following the course of the
river  to  point   of   commencement;  containing 480 acres, more or less.
Dated   March   6,   1914.
AUGUST  DELRIEN.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District   of   Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Buchanan, of Vancouver, B. C, miner, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
ut a post plunteil on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and one
mile east, marked "T. B.'s N.W. corner ,
thence east SO chains; thenee south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement; cemtalnlng 640 acres, more or lesB.
Dated  March 5,  1914.
THOMAS BUCHANAN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  OEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Peacc   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Harry N. Chenier,
of Vancouver, 11. C, painter, Intends lo
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planteei on the north-east hank
of the Kinlay River about fifteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graliam and one!^1/.
mile east, marked "If. N. C.'s S.W, corner';; thence east 80 chains; thence nortii
80 chainB; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chuins to point of commencement; contuining 640 ncres, more or lesB.
Duted March 6, 1914.
HARRY  N. CHENIER.
John  MucDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT.
Districl of Peuce River,
TAKE NOTICE thut Charles J. Egg-
ley, of Vancouver, ll. C, construction
foremun, intends to apply for iiermission to purchuse the following described
lauds: Commencing at a post piunted een
tiie nortli-east hank eif the Klnluy Rlv
l-'ORT   GEORGE   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District of I'eaee Itiver.
TAKE NOTICE that John Ceeckton, or
Vancouver, li. C, master mariner, Intenils to upply for permission to purcliuse the following described lnnds:
Commencing at a post planted een the
north-eust '.nnk or the- Kinlay River
about fifteen miles up-stream,from Fort
Graham and one mile east, marked "J.
C.'s N.W. corner"; thence east SO chains;
thence south SO chains: thence west So
chains; thence north Su cliains to point
of commencement] containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Dated  Marcli  5,  1914.
JOHN COCKTON.
J.ihn   MncDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Rudolph Schno-
ter, of Vancouver, B. C„ cigar manufacturer, Intends to upply for permission
to purchase the following described
lamls: Commenting nt a post piunted on'
the north-eust bnnk of the Finlay River
about twenty-one miles up-stream from
l-'ort Graham, antl market] "Ft. S.'s N.W.
corner"; thence east 20 cliains; thence
south 80 chains, more or less, to the
river; thence following the course of
the river to point of commencement;
containing 160 acres, more or less.
Dated March 7, 1914.
RUDLOPH  SCHNOTBR.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
I-'ORT   GEORGE   I.ANI)   DISTRICT,
District of l'euce- River.
TAKE NOTICE Unit Willlum Smitli,
Vancouver, R. C., teamster, Intends to]
apply for permission tee purchase- the i
foil .wing described  lanels:  Commencing
|aboureieven"mii-'ruF-streatn''firoVFor't "'. ?. pol,, l,'lil"'V,'1 "" V"' ,""I,'V1;"'1SI '",'!"'
'Graham   and   four   miles   enst,   murked   nt the Hnluy River about thirteen mil-
J. E.'s N.W. corner,"; thence east
80 chains; thence.south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north SO chains
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 4, 1914.
CHARLES J.   EGGLEY.
John  MacDonell,  Agent, j
KORT   GKORGE   LAND   DISTRICT,
liistrict of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE Et hat Frank Charles
Norheck, of Vancouver, B. C, broker, Intenils to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plnnted on the
north-east bank of tlie Finlay River
about fifteen miles up-stream from Kort
Graliam, marked "F. C. N.'s S.W. cor-1 nnrn
ner"; thence east 80 chains; thence'north '
80 cliains; thence west SO chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Duted March 5, 1914.
FRANK CHARLES NORBECK.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
I Dislrict of Peace River.
! TAKE NOTICE that Martin O. Lund,
j of Vancouver, B. C, chef, intends to
i apply for permission to. purchase the
I following described lands: Commencing
! at a post planted on the north-east hank
'of the Finlay River ahout seventeen
! miles up-stream from Fort Graham anil
five miles east, marked "M. O. L.'s S.W.
er; thence east 80 chains; thence
j north SO chuins; thetice west su chiuns;
I thence south 80 chains to point of com-
I mencement; containing 640 acres, more
i or less.
Duted March 6, 1914.
MARTIN  O. LUND.
John   MucDonell.   Agent.
up-streum from l-'ort Graham and two
miles east, marked "W. S.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80 chnins; thence north
KU chnins: thence west SU chnins; thence
soutli SO chains to point of commencement; containing 64(1 acres, more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
WILLIAM   SMITH.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
1 .HIT  GEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT,
Distiict eif Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Jumes Sutherland, of Vancouver, It. C, painter, intenils te, npplv' fur permission to purchase tlie following described lands:
Commencing at n post planteei on the
north-east hank of the Kinlay River
about thirteen milefl up-stream from
Kort Graham and four miles east, marked "J. S.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west SO chains; thence soutli SO cliains
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated   Murch   5,   1914.
JAMES  SUTHERLAND.
John  MacDonell,  A-gecit,
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.'
TAKE NOTICE that Jnmes McDonald, of Vancouver, B. C. labourer, intenils to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-east bnnk of the Finlay River
ahout twenty-one mlles up-stream from
Kort Graham and one mile and a quarter east, marked "J. McD.'s N.W. corner": thence east 80 chains; thence
seiutli 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, mure
or  less.
Dated  March   7,   1911.
JAMES McDONALD.
FORT  GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peaae River.
TAKE NOTICE that' Stephen Camp-
be-ll, of Vancouver. B. C, logger, Intends
tee apply for permission to purchase the
fejlltewlng described lands: Commencing
ut a post planted on the north-east bank
of lhe Finlny River about twenty-one
miles up-stream from Fort Graham anil
a quarter of a mile east, marked "8.
C.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thencc soutii 80 chains: thence west 80
chains; thence north 80 chains to point
of commencement; containing 640 acres
more   or   less.
Dated   March   7,   1914.
STEPHEN CAMPBELL.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
KORT  OEORGE   LAND»DISTIUCT.
District  of  Peace  Rive
I-'ORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT. TORT   GKORGK   LAND   DISTRICT.
msv£i£%™rr§,t,£e?Q&   Klvcrv    ,      , District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that George Nash, orl    TAKK N0TICE  tllat Jonn  Stevenson,
Vancouver,  B   C„ tailor,  Intends to ap-;0f Vancouver, B. C, bollermaker, Intends
ply for permission tce purchase the fol-. t0 apply l0|. perra|s8ion to purchase the ,    . .     ..-.     	
lowing described lands: Commencing at, foliuwing described lands- Commencing t0 apply for permission tei purchase the
a post planted on the north-east bank at a poat piante(j on the" north-east bank following described lands: Commencing
of the Finlay River about _flfteen miles j ot-   the   j.-|n]ay   River   about   seventeen  at a post planted on the north-east bank
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Joseph   White-
man, of Vancouver, B. C„ logger. Intends
FORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE that Carroll Charles,
of Vancouver, B. C, laborer, intends
to apply for permission to purchaie the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-eaat bank
of ihe Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Qraham, marked
"0, f.'s N.W. cornor"; thence east 80
..,,.:.- thence south 80 chaina; th'ence
>.': !0 chaini, more or lesa, to the rlvir;
thence following the course of the rlvcr
to point of commencement; containing
8 . acres, more or leu.
March !. 1914.
CARROLL CHARLES.
John MacDonell, Agent.
TAKE NOTICE that Davis Donaldson. ,north 40 chains; thence west 86 chains,
of Vancouver, B. C, painter. Intends to more or less, to the river; thence fol-
apply for permission to purchase the j lowing the course of the river to point
following described lands: Commencing |0f commencement; containing 820 acres,
■t a post planted on the north-east bank j more or less,
of the Finlay River about thirteen mlles
up-stream from Fort Oraham and two
miles east, marked "D D.'s N.W. corner"; thence east SO chains; thence soutii
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement: containing 640 acreB, more or less.
Dated  March  5,  1914.
DAVIS DONALDSON.
Dated March 5, 1914.
GEOROE NASH.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  OEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peaoe River.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Doyle, of
Vancouver, B. C, teamster, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following (lescribed lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of thn Kinlay River about nineteen mlles
up-stream from Fort Graham and half
a mile east, marked "T. D.'s S.W. corner"; thence east SO chains; thence north
SO chains; thence west SO chains; thence
south SO chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March   6,   1914.
THOMAS   DOYLE.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE that Joseph Kessler,
of Vancouver, B. C, logger, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of  the   Finlay   River about   twenty-one
and a half up-stream from Fort Graham, i mnes up-stream from Fort Graham and  of 'he Finlay River about thirteen miles
marked   "G.   N.'s   S.E.   corner":   thence ] four mlies ea9t, marked "J. S.'s S.W. cor-  up-stream from Fort Graham and three
 ,.  in -u„,„..  .^.... —.. .o .,...„_ in        thence east 8o chains; thence north  miles  east,  markeel,   "J.  W.'s  S.W.  cor- „,„   ,.,„.„,   „,,„,   auuul   i„0„i,-0ii«
SO chains; thence west 80 chains; thence : ner ; thence east 80 chains; thence north , rn 11 es up-stream from Fort Graham and
south 80 chains to point of commence-:80 cha1"9' thence west SO chains; thence two miles and a uarter east, marked "J.
ment; containing 640 acres, more or less,  south 80 chains to point of commence- k.'s n.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains:
Dated March 6, 1914.                              lmeJt; containing 640 acreB, more or less, thence south 80 chains; thence weit 80
JOHN STEVENSON.    I    Dated -March  6.  J^L „.UTT„xrAVT chains; thence north 80 chains to point
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  GEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
DiBtrlct  of  Peace  River.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River,
TAKE   NOTICE   that   ThomaB   Adam
• >»p . nitw ,e. , , e.    b .   i.e.     .      ™M   i.U'i'i-.'.   tnat   'inomaB   Adam uismc
TAKE NOTICE that John P Smith, of Anderaon, of Vanoouver, B. C, carpen-     T.vKE  NOTI
\ ancouver. B. C, bricklayer, Intends to ter, Intends to apply for permission  to  Gregor,   of   V:
.*.„_*...   _,....*._,..... e-'ieueee,,     beicuce    ,1    .,11    SU    CIlttlHB    IO    POtflt
JOSEPH WHITEMAN.      0f commencement; containing 640 acret,
John MacDonell, Agent.  m0re or lesa.
Dated March  1, 19141
JOSEPH KESSIER,
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  GEORGE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
OTICE   that  Henry  Vf.   Mc-
ancouver,   B.   C-,   tjmber
John MacDonell  Agent, i 5 ..ly ,,or .Permission   to   purchase   the  purchase the following described lands:  cruiser, intends to apply for permission
jonn .-acLeun.nl,    g.     .following described  lands:  Commencing commencing at  a  post planted on  the  to    purchase    the   following   desoribej
KORT  OEORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Angus McGil-
llvary. of Vancouver. B. C, miner, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted on the
north-east bnnk of the Finlay River
about eleven miles up-stream from Fort
Oraham and two miles east, marked "A.
Me-O.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80
eliains; thence north 80 chains; thence
wesl SO chainB; thence south 80 chains
to pt.int of commencement; containing
fill' aere-s, more or leBB.
Dated  March  4,   1914.
ANGUS   McGII.I.TVARV.
John MacDunell, Agent.
j at a post planted on the north-east bank  north"east" "bank "of "the'Vlrilay "River  lat
i_„JL ".. £-_*.-_   •_[_" eSL'i. •jy.'S™!? I ahout. seventeen, miles  up-stream from
FORT  GEORGE LAND DIBTRICT.
DlsMc^jjf Peace^ River.
purcnaso tno following described I T' VF. NOTICE that William Morrill,
eds:   Commencing   at   a   post   planted'of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   locomotive   eng!.
the north-enst hank of the Finlay neer. Intends to apply for permission to
ver about  seventeon  mlles up-stream purchase the following described landsi
I ->RT  GEOROE  LAND DISTRICT
m»«Tp-!ir!mTr,m' ,T,tfC i.H,nif \i™.«n i •■"•«■    uf-»i.■,■»...   ••»■•■   r»"   «■ •■■»■■■, i i- ort uranam anet iwo mllee east, marked "iver uooui  seventeon  miles up-stresm  purchase the followin* -»i"rik.Ti«<r;
TAKE  NOTICE  that  Joseph  Morgan,   ana-   marked   "J   P.   S.'s   N.W.   oorner ;   -t   a   A's  NW   corner"-   thence  oast from Fort Graham and two mlles oast. ' r„mliT •,„,..     iollowin* aescriDed lands;
of Vancouver, B. C, miner, Intends to thence east SO ohalns: thence south 80 so chains' thence south SO ihalit"u,ence marked "H w' Mc .V 8 W'corner • nr.r.,?^= "..A" P°!£ pl?.,?tf(J on "'•
apply   for   permission   to   purchase   the chains;  thence west 80 chains, more or!^^^^^ east SO  chains:  thence north  80 abou    twent. nn. niiS'.,!!?1**     .lV«r
followin,-  described    ends:  Commenolng  iess,  to the river;  thence following the   to  point   of  commencement    containing chains;   thence   west   SO  chains;   thencii.Zn   Graham   and     '     up-st-re,m f<"om
at a posl planted on the north-east bank  course  of   the   river   to   point   of   oom.; C4U  aores   more or  '--- .n„,t.  no „i,ni„0  ,„ „_,.,. „,. , ■ on   uranam   ana
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FORT  GEOROE   LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that James J. Loudon, of Vancouver, B. ('., logger, In-
tenda to applv for permission to pur-
clinae the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-east hank of the Finlny River
ahe-ut nine uiiles up-stream from Fort
Oraham and two miles east, markeel
"J .1 l.'s S.W, comer"; thence east SO
tiience north 80 chains; thence west SO
chains: thence soutli 80 chnins to point
of commencement; containing 640 acres,
more or less,
kneel  March 4, 1914,
JAMES -T. LOUDON.
John MncDonell, Agent.
FORT  OEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE that Malcolm James
Morrow, of Vancouver, B. C, logger,
Inieiuls to apply for permission to purchase the folleewlng described lands:
1 ommenelng at a post planted on the
north-east lmnk of the Finlny River
aneeiit nine miles up-stream from Fort
Uraliam and one mile east, marked "M.
J- M.'s S.W. corner": thence oust SO
chains; thenoe north 80 chnins; thence
wcsl so chains; thence south SO ohnlns
J" point of commencement; containing
»i" n.-res, more or less.
Dated   Mnrch   4.   1914.
MALCOLM JAMES MORROW.
John  MncDonell.   Agent.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
"Istrle-t of Peace River.
NOTICE thnt Joe Browen, of
"ver, B. C, logger, Intends to
Permission to purchnse the fol-
'""".' 'lescribed lands: Commencing at
« postplanted on the north-east bank of
'-'• I Inlay River nhout nine miles up-
"ircam frnm l-'ort Orahnm nnd four mllon
marked "J. B.'a S.W. corner";
eleoi ePa* Rrt chains: thence north 80
«n,,!!8:.«"lenCB west 80 chains; tiience
TO"th RO ohnln
nient;
T.\i
Vnnr,
apply
nisi
111
to point of commenee-
"iilnlnlng 640 acres, more or less.
Lnted   March
4,   1914.   .	
JOE RROWEN.
John MncDonell, Atrcnt.
F"HT GEORGE  L
AND  DISTRICT.
iM,,,."iRlrll't of Pence River.
lfT"KE NOTICE that Thomas W
e' ein,"i"™r"v<''''   R   c-   lahorer,   In'
of
to apPiv
Hson,
tends
foil,,'.,',." "S Permission to purchase ine
'{'"■winy deserihed lands: Commencing
of ih.fi ',llnnt',n' on the north-ennt bnnk
tin .1 Mnl"V River about nineteen mlles
.11,.!, ,. frnm Fort Grnhnm nnd three
Mv , a„,,alf enst, markeel "T. W..s
tiie.,,„„'"""',' : tbence enst 80 chains;
ohnlY_. ",.rth so "hnins: thence west 80
to ' "■ 'henee; thence south 80 chnins
i "int of commencoment; containing
li,. , ;,mo™ "■" 'ess.
""'•'d Mnrch 6, 1914
THOMAS   WTLSON.
John MncDonell, Agent.
6lie
FORT GEORGE
LAND DISTRICT.
I'lstrlct of Peace River.
••aeeoMv Nn„T'FE thnt Melvln
""•Oliver, n. q„ teamster. In
•.,','>   'nr   nnnii ee«l„n   t„   r,„..„i
.III, of
tends   to
re'llou-i,,,. ,r"'™|sslon to purchase the
"I ii yWMlbed lands: Commenctng
»f tlep v-t.V nnJnd on the north-east bank
"I'-sironn, . Rlver n,)n"' nineteen miles
mile, ... ,m rort Graham and two
SW ,.,'Tl ", """If east, marked "M 0,'s
I'le-iiee „",?,';; '^nce east SO chains:
''•"Ins -it,"' S0 chains; thence west SO
of comma,-?06 sn"th so chains to point
mr,,,. "r ("^''"'ont; containing 040 acrcs,
Da'ed March  4,  1914.
MELVIN (JILT*
John MncDonell, Agent.
of the I Inlay River about thirteen mllee . mencement;  containing  640  acres, more
up-stream from Fort Grnham and^ three or less.
nilles east, marked "J. M.'b N.W. corner"; thence eaBt 80 chains: thence south
80 chains: thence west 80 chains: thence
north SO chains to point of commence-
ment; containing 640 acres, more or loss.
Dated March 5, 1914.
JOSEPH  MORGAN
Dated March 6, 1914.
JOHN   P.   SMITH.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Charles I . West-
John  MncDonell. AgenL : ,CV| nf Vancouver, B. C, logger, tntenas
ito apply for permission to purcluiBe the
I fullowing  doBcrihed  lands: "Commencing
I-'ORT   GKORGE   LANI)   DISTRICT.   ^	
District   eif   Peace   River. Iat a post planted on the north-east bank
TAKE   NOTICE   thnt   Peter   llyland.  0f   the   Finlav   River   about   seventeen
of Vancouver,  B. C, logger.  Intends to j miles up-stream irom Kort Graham andl'corn
apply for permission to purcliase the
following ele-scrlbe'el lanels: Commencing
at a pos! plantc I on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-strenm from l-'ort Qraham and four
tulles east, marked "P. H.'s N. Vi. corner"; tin ne-e east SO chains; thence' smith
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
nnrth 80 chains to peeint eef commencement; containing 0 10 acres, mure or less.
Dated  March  6,   1914.
PETER   IIVLAN1 .
.luhn  MacDonell, Agent.
one mile east, marked "C. B. W.'s N.W
corner"; thence east SO chains; tliene'e
soutli 80 chains; tlicnce west 80 chains;
thence north SO chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dated  March  6,  1914.
CHARLES n. WESTLEV.
John  Macl.ionell,  Agent.
      lese.   ^^^^^_^_
Dated March 6, 1914.
THOMAS ADAM ANDERSON.
John  MacDnnell,   Agent.
I-'ORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTKICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that JoBcph White, of
Vancouver, B. C, labourer, Inteiuls tu
apply feer permission to purchase the
following described lunds: Commonclng
at a post planted on the north-east hank
of the Finlay River nhout seventeen
miles up-stream from Fort Graham and
three miles enst, marked "J. W.'s N.W.
thence  east   SO   chains:   thencc
south 80 chains; thence west SO ehalne
thence nortii 80 chains to point of commencement;  containing  610  acres,  more
or less.
Dated  March  4,   1914.
JOSEPH   WHITE.
John MacDonell, Agent.
south  SO chains  to point of oommence.
'ment: containing 640 ncres, more or less.
Dated  March  6.  1914.
henry w, McGregor.
Juhn   MacDnnell,  Agent,
FORT   GEORGE   LAXD   DISTRICT.
Distriet of Peace River.
TAKK  NOTICE that  Patrick J. Dono-
hue. of Vancouver.   B,  C,  architect,   In-
1 tends   lo  apply   for  permissinn   to  pur-
j chase   the   following   described   lands:
[Commencing at  a  peest  planted  on  the
north-east   bunk   of   the   Klnluy   River
nliout seventeen  miles   up-stream   from
: Fort Ornhnm and one mile enst, marked
' "P. .1.  D.'s S.W. corner" ^^^^^^^
chains:   thence  north   SO  chains:   thence
west  SO chnins:  tlicnce snuth SO clinins
' to  point  of  commencement;  contuining
640 acres, mnre or less.
I     Duted   Murch   «.   191 I.
PATRICK  J.  D1XOHOE.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
___^^^—^^—, three miles and _
eiuorter east, marked "W. M.'s N.W. corner": thence east 80 chains, thence soutl)
j80 chains: thence west 80 chains: thence
I north 80 chnins to point of commence-
: nient; containing 640 acrefl, more or less.
Dated March 7, 1914.
WILLIAM MORRILL.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTKICT.
District of Peace River.
I     TAKE NOTICE that Henry Eggley, of
Vancouver,   B.   C.   Ironworker,   intone
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District   of   Pence   River.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Distriet  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE thut Hartford R See- ■_ t_, a|)p,y fol. pe.mi?s,on t0 purchase the
— : ley. of Vancouver, B.
following  described  lands:   e'cmnie-iu-ing
I _.;k','l zatvzaz.^ ^ssssjs: ! it«v._ {nitStiffS ^noAZZ'tiuZ
I following  described lamls: Commencing
TAKKNOTICE  that  Edward  M.  Oh-]nt a pn.st jijantod on tho north-eust bank
ver, of Vancouver, R C, printer, intent!.,
to apply for permissinn to purchase the
followini? described lunds: Commencing
ut a post planted on tlio north-east bank
of the I'inlay River nhout thirteen mibs
up-stream from Fort Oraham and five
miles east, mnrked '*!.. M. O.'s N.W. cornel'"; tlienco east SO chains; tbencc south
80 chains; thenco west Sl) chains; thence
nortb so cbains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres more or less.
Duted Murch 6, 1914.
EDWARD M. OLIVER.
.John  MacDonell, Anent,
tf the Finlay River nnout eleven mllea
*p-stream from Kort (.rdham nnd one
milo east, murked "H. B, S.'s N.W, corner"; thence eust SO chuins; thonce soutli
SO chains; thenve wost 80 chains; thence
north SO cbuins to point of commencement; containing 640 acreB, moro or less.
Dated  March  4.   1914.
HARTFORD B. REELEV.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
of   the   Finlay    River   nbout   sevent
I miles up-stream from Eort Graham and
four  miles  oast,   murked   "H,   E.'s  N.W.
corner";   thence  enst   ii0   cliains;   thence
south SO chnins; tbence west SO cliains; '•
tbence nortli so chnins to point of commencement;  contnining  640 ucres,  mon-.
or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
HENRY   EGGLEY.
John  MncDonell,  Agent, i
FORT  GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District   of  I'eaee   River.
TAKE NOTIOE thnt John Show, of
Vancouver, R. C„ gardener, inteiuls to
apply for permission to purchase tbe
following descrihed lands; ''ommenelng
at n post planted on the north-eusl bunk
of the Plnlay River about thirteen miles
up-strenm from l-'ort Graham and five
miles onst, mnrked ".I. S.'s S.W. eorner";
thence  east  80  cbuins;   tbence  north  80
ains; thence west SO chnins; thenco
south 80 chains to point of commencement; contnining fi40 acres, myre or loss.
Dated March 5, 1914.
JOHN SHAM'.
John   MacDonell,  Agent
TORT george: land DISTRICT.
District   of  Ponce   Hiver.
TAKIO NOTICB that John Noyes, of
Vancouver, B. C.J miner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following describod lnnds: Commencing nt
a post plnnted on the north-oast bank
of the Finlay River nbout eleven miles
up-8tream from Fort Ornhnm nnd two
miles east, marked "J. N.'s N.W. corner"; thenee east 80 ehnins; thonce south
80 chains; thence west SO chuins; thenco
north 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dnted Mnrch 4, 1914.
JOHN  NOYES,
John  MncDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT.
Distriet   of   Ponce   River
TAKE NOTICE thnt Bert Foote, of
Vancouver, B. C, cigar-maker, intends to
npply for permission to purchnso the
following described lnnds; Commencing
nt a post plnnted on tbe north-enst bank
of tho Finlny River nbout fifteen miles
np-strenm from Fort Gralinm nnd five
inilos east, marked "R. F.'s N.W. corner"; thonce east 80 chains; thoneo soutii
89 chains; tbence wost 80 chnins; thence
north 80 chains to point nf commencement; contnining (140 acres, more or less.
Dnted Mnrch 6, 1914.
BERT  FOOTE.
John  MucDonell, Agent.
TORT  OEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District   of   Pence   River.
TAKE NOTIOE that Paul Roy, of
VHiiVouver B C. rook, intends to apply
for permission to purehnso tho following
doscribed lands; Commencing at n post
Slanted on the north-oust hunk of tho
Flnh y R ver about fifteen miles upstream from Fort Graham and tive miles
-marked.   "P.   R-'«   B.VT,   corner';
thenoe Tast so clmins; thence north
chains:  tlienco west  80 chains;  tiience
SOU li'80 chains to point of commencement- contnining 610 acres, more or less.
Dated March tf, 19H.      pAm my
John MacDonell, Aboih.
PORT  OKiiltilH  I'AND DISTRICT.
Dlslriel   of  I'eaee'   lllver.
TAKB NOTKini Hint Daniel MoCartv,
„e> vanmnvar 11. 0.. hihonrer, Intends to
Snn. V I e'rmlesloti to purchaee the
KfilLlntt desoribed lnnds: ConunenoInK
I. » nnsl1 nlantol on the north-east bnnk
Sf .rtnlay Hlver about fifteen miles
l-'ORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
Distriet  of  Peaee   River.
TAKK NOTICB that Freeman Willinm
Ferguson, of Vaneouver, R. C, com-
tnerelal traveller, Intends to apply for
permission to purchnse the followin.
described lands: Commencing At a post
plnnted on the north-east bank of the
Kinlay River about eleven mlles up-
strenm from Fort Graham and three
miles east, marked "P. W. F.'s N.W. corner"; thenee east 80 chains: thence south
RO chains; thencc west 80 chnins; thence
north 80 chnins to point of commencement; containing 6-10 acres, more or less.
Dnted Mareh 4, 1914.
FREEMAN WILLIAM FERGDSON.
John  MacDoaell, Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   I,AMI   DISTRICT.
Distriet of Peace lllver.
T»KB NOTICE that Archie Buchanan,
of Vancouver, B. C., steam-shovel foreman, Inteiuls tei apply for perniission to
purehase the following described lands:
Commencing at e peist planted een tne
nortli-east bnnk of the Finlay River
ahout seventeen miles up-stream from
Fort Oraham nnd Ave mile's e-ast, marked "A. H.'s N.W. corner"; thence east
S0 ehalns: thenee soutii 80 chains; thenee
west SO chains: thence north so cliains
tn point of commencement; containing
610 acres, more or less.
Duteel March C. 191 I.
ARcinic   RUCI-IANAN.
John MacDonell, Agont,
FORT GEORGE l.AXD  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE   NOTICE   that  .lohn   Anderson, |
of Vancouver, B, C, hod-earrler, Inteii-
FORT   GEORGE   I.AXD   DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur S. Percy,
of Vaneouver, R. C, broker, intends tei
anply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at .i post planted on the north-east hank
nf the Finlay River nliout fifteen mlles
un-stream from Fort Oraham, markeel
"A. S. P.'s N.W. corner"; thence ensl 80
cliains: thence south SO chains; tiience
west 80 chains, more or less, to the
river; thence following the' course of the
river to point of commencement; containing ISO ncres, more or less.
Daled   Mareh   6,   191 I.
ARTHUR  S.   PERCY.
John  MacDnnell, Agent.
FCRT   GEORGE   l.AXD   DISTRICT.
Distriet of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that David Elder, of
Vancouver, B, C, teamster, intends to
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planteei een the north-east hank
apply for perniission to purchase the
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Oraham, and
markeel "D. K.'s S.W. corner"; thence
east 80 chains; Ihenee north 80 chains;
thenee west SO chains, metre eir less, to
the river; thence following the course
of the river to point of commencement;
containing li-10 acres, more or less.
Dated  March  6,  1914.
DAVID ELDER.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FOHT  GKORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that George Hamilton,
of Vancouver, B. C bricklayer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described  lands:   Commencing
 ,at a post planted on tlie north-enst bank
thenee enst 80]of the Finlay River about twenty-one
miles un-stream from Fort Graham and
four miles and a quarter east, marked
"G. H.'s N.W. eorner": 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.  1914.
GEOROE HAMILTON.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GKORGE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE that Hugh Smith
Main, of Vancouver, B. C, teamster, Intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing at Post plantod on the northeast hank of the Finlay Ulver ahftut
nineteen miles up-stream from Fort
Oraham nnd five mlles nnd a half enst,
marked "H. S. M.'s N.W. corner'; thence
east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thencc west 80 cliains ;thence north 80
chains to point of commencement; containing 640 aces more or less.
Dated  Mann ii   "4.
HUGH SMITH MAIN.
lohn  MacDonell.  Agent.
FORT   GKORGE   l.AXD  DISTRICT.
District of Peace- River.
TAKB NOTICE  that Thom.ts Thomn-
^^^^^^^^^^ son, of Vancouver. I. C., clerk, intends
to apply for permission to purcliase the ; lo apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands; CommenctngIfolio .Ing described lands: Commencing
nt a post planted on the north-east hnnie -at a post planted on the north-east bans
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles of the Finlny River nhout twenty-one.
up-strenm   from   Fort  Oraham  and   one {miles up-stream from Fort Oraham and
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that William Morrl-
sein. of Vancouver. R. C, miner, intends
to apply for permission tn purchnse the
following descrihed lands: Commenctng
nt it post planted on the north-enst bank
of the Finlay River nhout seventeen
niles up-strenm from Port Grnhnm and
hree miles enst, marked "W, M.'s S.W.
enrner"; thence east 80 chains; thence
north 80 chnins; thonce west 80 chains;
thencc south 80 chnins to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dated March t. 1914.
WILLIAM  MORRISON.
John MacDonell. Agent,
FORT  GKORGK LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE thnl Duncnn McGllll-
vnry, of Vancouver, B. C, logger. Intends
to npply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Plnlay River about eleven miles
up-stream from Port Oraham and five
mllee east, marked "P. McO.'a N.',V. cor-
mlle enst, marked ",T. A.'s S.W. corner";
thence east 80 chains: thenee north 80
chains; thence west 80 chnins; thenre
south 80 chnins to point of commencement, contnining CIO acres, more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
JOHN  ANDKRSON.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
FORT GKORGE  LAXD  DISTRICT.
District of renee lllver.
TAKE NOTICB thnt Vernon D. Dennl-
son, of Vnncouver. R. C, broker, Intends
to apply for perniission tee purcnase the
following describeil lands: Commencing
nt a post plnnted on the north-east hank
of thc Finlay River ahoul fifteen miles
up-stream from Fort Oraham and two
miles cnst, marked "V. D. D.'s N.W.
cornor"; thence east 80 eiinlns; thence
south 80 chains: thence west SO eiinlns;
thenco north 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more
or  less.
Dated March IS, 1914.
VERNON D. DENXISON.
John MacDnnell, Agent.
four miles and n quarter east, marked
"T. T.'s S.W. corner": thenee east SO
chains: thene-e north SO chnins: th<?noe
west SO chnins: thence south 80 chnins
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dnted  Mnrch   7.   1914.
THOMAS THOMPSON.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT GKORGK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace Ulver.
, T\KE NOTICE that Oeorge 1 ..itch-
ford, of Vancouver, R. O., engineer, Intends tn apply for permission tn purchase the following described lnnds:
Commencing nt a post planled on the
north-enst bank of the Klnlav River
about fifteen miles up-strenm from Fort
Oraham  and  three  miles  east,  marked
TOUT   GKOIK5K   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace Rlve-r.
TM<K NOTICE that Patrick James
McOovern, nf Vancouver, R. C„ teamster, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following descrihed lands:
Commencing nt a post planted on the
north-enst hank of the Finlay Rlvcr
ahont nineteen miles up-strenm from
Fort Graham and one mile and n hnlf
east, marked "P J. MrG.'s S.W. corner"-
thence enst 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thenco
south 80 ehnins to point of commencement, enntaining 640 acres, more or less
Dated   Mnrch   6.   1914.
PATRICK JAMES McOOVERN.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
TORT  OEOROE   LAND  DISTRICT
Distriet of Pence River
TAKK NOTICB that August' Delrlen,
of Vancouver, B. c., nook, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
nt n post planteei on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River nbout nineteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham, and mark-
FORT  GF.ORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
T'KE NOTICE that William Wilson,
of Vancouver, B. ('., lahorer. Intends to
npply for permission to purchase the
feellowing described lands: Commencing
nt a nost nlanted on the north-east bank
of the Findlay Riv.er aJmut nineteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and three
miles and a half east, marked "Vf. W.'s
N.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thovrit south 80 chnins; thence west 80
chains; thence north 80 chains *o point
of commencement; containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Dated Marcli 6, 1914.
WILLIAM   WILSON.
John MacDonell. Agent.
KORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE thnt William Cham-
herlaln, of Vnncouver, B. C,, lobourer,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following deseribnd lnnds:
Commencing nt a post plnnted on the
north-east hank of the Plnlay River
about nineteen miles un-stream from
Fort Graham and four miles nnd a half
enst. marked "Vf. O's N.W, corner";
thenc.e east 80 chains: tiience south 80
chains: thence west 80 chains: thence
north 80 chnins tn.point of commencement; contnining 610 ncres, more or loss,
Dated March  6,  1914.
WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  GEORGE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE that James Green, of
Vancduvor, B. C, teamster, Intends t#
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commeneing
at a post planted on thc north-east bank
of tho Finlay Rivcr about nineteen
miles up-strenm from Fort Grahom nnd
one mile and a half cast, marked "J. G.'s
N.W. corner": thence east 80 chains:
thence south 80 chnins; thence west 80
chains; thence north 80 chains to point
of commencement; containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
JAMES  GREEN.
John MacDonell, Agent,
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office
Thc
Atlin and i miie
.OTICE
partnership
tween us,
Keepers an
of Alderm
Kathlvn ai
Es-;:i3li C
inving to tl
paid to .!>'!'
aforesaid, a
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Im
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e,'DERS
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ui   to thc i
Jll       -    ■.   :,t   tin
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■ in acceptance
■ r will be re-
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.    .   1914, at
iSS ■: L"TI IN OF
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ish Columbia,
riboo,
reb       •■     that the
of fe i ■ istini.  be-
dersiera 1,  as Hotel
hunts, in  the Town
riestly,  S'e 1 a,  Lake
■, :        Northern
- this day  been
sent.    All debts
■- ■ rship ure to be
Neil at  Aldermere
:laims against the
re to be presented
M Neil by whom
,- Rupert, this  16th
leu broughon
John j. McNeil
	
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SMITH'S
tEAM WAFFLE  HOUSE
fi e.-nilt-in Avenue
■   i.   '• rn Ovsters
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the Pie
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i Spuds
Maple Syrup
y in comb
in the City
ality and Service
...THE...
Bride Transfer Co.
The above company
book Passengers, Express, Baggage and
Freight to Fort
George at reasonable
rates. ;; ;;
WIRE OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION
FOR CLEAN SPORT GO TO
THE BON TON
lhhuj
This picture shows Prince Erenst of Cumberland and his bride, daughter of the
Kaiser, formally entering the city of Brunswick on November 3rd, as the Duke of
Duchess of Brunswick thus ending the strife between the Guelphs and the Hohenzol-
lerns which began when the Duke's father refused to abandon his claim to the then
throne of Hanover, which was incorporated into the German confederation in 1866,
after the war with Austria.
eys
ulke Alleys
of Bowling.
Our Btnndan! Brunswick
afford the Delightful gporl
LADIES' LAY.
Tuesdays pnd Fridays, between 2 and
5, the Alloys are reaerve d for Ladies.
SOFT DRINKS & CONFECTIONERY
JERGENSON & ROY
IN THE RING
Chet. Mclntyre Wins Light Heavy-Weight
Championship of Canada
What proved to be one of the
best 6-round boxing bouts ever
staged here took place last Saturday evening. Roth bouts
were interesting and furnisned
the large crowd with excitement
from beginning to end. The
bouts were promoted by Chet.
Mclntyre and were refereed by
"Break" Burke whose decis:ons
met with the approval of the
spectators.
Hughes—Halliday
This is the third time for
these boys to box in the past
six weeks, the first went to Hal
liday, the second to Hughes
and this last six-round go
leaves them even again. Halliday had the best of it for the
first three rounds, but Hughes
had it on him in the last three.
They kept at each other lull the
time and it was appar.nt that
both were trying for a knockout. They kept the refer e
busy with his "break" call.
Anderson—Manson
The s'cond six-round bout
was between Harry Anderson
of Vancouver and Kid Manson
of Regina and it certainly was
a humer from the ring of the
bell. Manson stepped into the
ring with very little training
and for the first two or three
rounds, put up a fair argument
and seemed to be holding h'.s
own, but after the third round
it was all Anderson's who is
quicker and a better inside
boxer. It was in the fifth
round (hat Manson met his defeat, Anderson putting him
away for the count.
Intyre    of   Vancouver, for the ast-ini, F. Ijjagel.     To II Class:
light heavyweight championship L. Jorgensen, H. Gross, S. Mc-
of Canada.     Mclntyre knocked Gaughey,     P.McGaughey,     H.
him out in thc seventh round. Johnson,   G. Adams,   M. Bur-
The preliminary 5-round   bout ton.    To Sr. I :   J, Foster, G.
between Walter Pilgrim      and Wilson, N.   Steimbach, J. Eyb-
David McDonald both of   Fort kja.      To II :     R, Wilson,   ' I,
George  went to McDonald   on Sanders,  R. White, W.    White,
points.     Both were refereed by V. Hood, W. Legh.
Mr. Ball of Fort George in    a .
very satisfactory manner, his
decisions meeting with the approval of the large audience.
McKay vs. Mclntyre
The first round broke about
even and up to the 6th Mclntyre had the best of it although
McKay was putting up a strong
light. In ths 4th and fifth Chet
worked his right uppercut to
McKay's face with telling effect,
in the sixth round McKay seom-
ed to be fadding and hugged
Chet. continually when he got
in two or three quick jabs
knocking Chet. to the floor.
Chet. trot up and seemed to be
in a sort of a dazed condition
and finished out the round, ln
the seventh round C'b.'t. came
back strong and went after McKay landed right and left withi
telling effect, McKay's defence
proved fruitless and he was
knocked down for the coi'tnt.
This bout and the one last
Saturday were certainly burners
and tbe large audience nt both
were' well satified and if Chet.
Mclntyre continues to put on
good fast bouts like the above
he will be assured of packed
houses every time.
Refreshments will be served
at the dance to be held in the
Ritts-Kifer hall, July It b.
LOCAL ITEMS
Walter E.
Barrister.
Notary I'u
Blair Buildings, South Foit George
askins
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public,
SCHOOL CLOSING
Ask   For
"GOLDEN   WEST   BREAD"
It's The Flavor
Tlie Ladies Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian Church will meet
at the Manse next Wednesday,
July 8th.
Miss Hazel Eagle came in by
B. X. boat this we ek from Victoria to spend her holidays
with her parents.
See Ritchie-Rivers fight pictures at the Fort George
TU aire next week.
The Fori George Theatre have
changed their whole lighting sy
stem and are now getting
their power from the North 'rn
Power Company.
Mr. Fnank O'Flaherty met
with a painful accident while
taking part in the hose rcl
races on Wednesday. In some
way he fell and (he hose cart
run over him, giving him a bad
shaking
arm.
up
II IK
1    eut ling his
The best bout ever pulled
off here was that promoted on
July 1st by Chet. Mclntyee the
king of promoters. The main
bout was between fighting McKay of Winnipeg and Chet Mc-
Giscombe Portage
 TO	
Summit Lake
It is the intention of this firm to start a freight ser-
vicj fc om 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
The School closed Friday, A. meeting of the Prince Geo-
June 26th, and will reopen rj(' ProPerty holders will be
August 21th. held    in    the    Ritts-Kifer hall,
The following diplomas from G^P streot. Pr'-nc* George,
the Education department were Monday evening July 6th for
awarded as follows : the further discussion of   plans
For attendance: Senior Div--for incorporation.
ision, Annie Johns m. Jun'or Within the last three days
Division, Roy White. For De-Uhe G.T.P. have inauguarat'ed
partment : Senior Division, a through telegrapb'c service
Nora Armstrong and Terry between here and Winnipeg.
Johnson. Junior Division Rob- This will now doubt prove a
ert Wilson. For good work . great convenience to the busi-
Senior Division, Quincy Sand- (less men throughout this disci's. Junior Division, Mary trict.
Burton. Honorable mention
IV Class : Terry Johnson, Norn h,
Armstrong,   M.   Robarts.    Ill
Tickets
Class : Annie Johnson, M. poncilius.
Promotions : To Entrance
Class : Nora Armstrong, K
Gross, T. Johnson, M. Robarts
and R, Edgecombe. To IV
Class : J, Armstrong, M.
Fasten, W. Pancilius, A. ,J0],n
son, J. Chapman, l). ShitIits
To 111 Class: G. Kaggith, |„
Young, E. Bird, L Hansc., l{ I Opening
Keb
for the luncheon to
to (he lion. Bowser
)y Prince George
given
and Hon.Ross
Chamber of Commerce will be
on sale ait the following places:
Fort George Drug Co., Souith
Fort George; Ruggies h Winters, Prince George and Shearer's Oflice,  Fort George.
Deerduff, E. Sanders, G.
Kerr's     four-piece    orchestra
will furnish music at the Grand
of Ritts-Kifer     hall
July 4th.
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Preparations are under way to
COLONIZE
THIS  FERTILE   VALLEY
in the very immediate future
Mr.   LAND  SEEKER
Here is your opportunity to get in on the ground flour
—  ot a  —
LAND   MOVEMENT
which  will  make you  a fortune within thc next feu-
years.   Step in our Office at SOUTH FORT GEORGE
and visit with  a man who has personally inspected
every part of the Stuwart Valley.
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PEACE   RIVER
Fort George to Summit Lake
FOR   2   CENTS
PER   POUND
Motor Boat Giscombe leaves Hudson's Bay Spur-194, B Q everv
Wednesday, at 12 noon. RATES-Fort (leorge to H. 1 (. Spur H-ej/
Cent; Warehouse Charges, One-Eighth-Cent; Spur to Summit
Lake, One-and-a-Quarter-Cents. Prepay your freight to II II Spur
and see that it leaves town care of
geo. Mcdowell, 194, b. c.
SEEBACH & HUBBLE from H. B. Spnr to Sura mil Lake.
Build Yourself a Home
The advances made by th«> buildinf. t ratio In this city are in conformity with lho generally
improved facilities of auuply. It ia now possible to secure every requisite here for the bulla-
in* of a modern, up-to-date home at reasonable prices. 1 can de.- inn und build vaar future
home to suit your ideas.   LET US TALK IT OVER. OK WUl fL
BREWSTER AND PELHAM
P.O. Box 17.
South Fort George, B.C.
You can buy the Finest
Confectionery that can be
 bought at —
The Fort George Drug Co.
H. W. GROSS
A. C. Hl'CllEL
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C.
General Hardware and Sheet Metal Worker .
All kinds of tin and sheet Iron work done,
Camp Stoves, Hot-air Furnaces, Etc.
Sole Agents Nagel-Chase Celebrated Gasoline Lighting Systems,
By Purchasing the following
seasonable lines :
Screen Doors - - - $2.00 to $3.50
Wire Netting, all sizes, from 25c to 35c per yam
Mosquito Tents, best quality drill - - $4.25
Mosquito Netting, extra wide - 2,yards I"
id.
Cheese Cloth
Fly Pads -
7c and 8c per yard
for 25c
All your wants supplied by us at best
prices. We carry the largest stock in
Central B.C.        ::       Give us a trial
A. J. S. WILLS0N
(Late Roberts, Jones & Willson)
Real Estate and InsuranceAggnt
ACREAGE SPECIALIST
Improved Farms and Garden Tracts For Sa e.
HAMILTON AVENUE, SOUTH FORT 0E0RG8. <<_|''       e
Phone 2, South Fort. George P.O. Box 23, South Fort

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