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VOL. 1, NO. 39.
SUUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1914.
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$3 PER ANNUM
Another Titanic disaster startles the
whole world, within calling distance of a million people. The Canadian Pacific Railway Company's
Ocean Liner Empress of Ireland
struck by collier Storstad on the
St. Lawrence River sinks in ten
minutes carrying with her fifteen
hundred souls.
LOCAL ITEMS
pedal to the Herald) Montreal, May 29th.-The
maaian Pacific ocean liner The Empress of Ireland sunk
3 morning at two o'clock on the St. Lawrence river
lying fourteen hundred and thirty seven souls. Ac-
to our latest report from Montreal it is feared
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at the loss of life will amount to over nine hundred,
ie officers and crew numbering four hundred and thirty-
o were all saved also about two hundred passengers
any of whom suffered from broken arms and limbs. The
ssengers saved were in the main part from the steerage
d il is feared that most of the first-class passengers are
t.
The catastrophe was caused by the collier Storstad
nning into the Empress of Ireland during a dense fog
d sinking her in ten minutes near the town of Rimouski
the south shore of the St. Lawrence. The pilot boat
reka and government vessel Lady Evelyn rushed to the
icue and picking up the survivors took them to the
j] tal at Rimouski as many of them were in a critical
.tion. Twenty-two died immodiately after being
un by the rescuing parties.
rly this morning people looking out on the scene of
aster saw nothing but the smokestack of the liner
lich was visible at low water. Tha collier Storstad was
parently unhurt and proceeded to Quebec under her
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steam a short time after the accident.
\mong the passengers on the Empress of Ireland
many people from Vancouver, Victoria, Rossland,
rton, New Westminster, Fernie, Kamloops, Clover-
Ilellingham, Chilliwack and Seattle.
lhe Empress of Ireland, one of the C.P.R.'s newest
most up-to-date liners, is valued at two million dol-
.^he was carrying cargo to the value of two hnndred
ifty shousand dollars.   Captain Kendall, who was in
of the liner, was rescued alive from the water.
in Kendall figured in the columns of the press sev-
. ears ago as the man who caught Dr, Crippen when
escaqed from England.   The town of Rimouski is filled
h the survivors and the people are responding cheer-
ly to the needy call attending the survivors and supply-
em with clothes.
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Ipta
.X-MAYOR OF KAMLOOPS HERE
-ly, -I. T, Robinson, ex-mayor
iloops, ono of tlio owners
Inland Express Co,, ac-
'icd by Mr. Leslie Cameron
tions of this province and he was
pleased to see the splendid organizations we have bore.
' lendent of the company.
- lown for a few days this
While here, they made
II changes and  improve-
' m their office, Mr. D. E.!
superseding Mr. Forbes as
•   ljuitu recently arrange-
i were made between their
III v and that of Foley,
1 &■ Stewart, for the con-
'',' of passengers betNveen
'e°rge and Ashcroft,    The
?uini-is Operator. Conveyor and
ond, taking passengers as
Quesnel and thence by the
1 'A. aulos. to Ashcroft or
1   °ints.  By this arrangement
1 '■'' can buy through tickets
ort George to southern
ivell
DIM
'ihis
Ul
"s 's Mr,  Robinson's  first
'". ''0l't (Itorgeandheisvery
impressed with the possi-
uies ot this district.   While in
''• '.a about three weeks ago he
;. '"formed  by  one of   the
:'net ministers that an item for
[''"""ga wharf at South Foit
,rSe had been placed in
■*v*"'      I'UHfli      111      Lilt?
PPi'mentary estimates of the
pinion Government, Mr. Rob-
eeninterest in the
"t Conservative organiza-
^" lakes a
It ere
To Arrange July 1 Celebration.
On Monday evening next, June 1, at
8 |T.m., nil persona Interested in the
promotion of a celebration for the Firat
of July are earnestly inviic 1 to attend
a meeting al the Fire Hall, Laselle
avenue. Dominion Day, a day which
should he- remembered above all days
by Canadians, has always boon a part
and parcel of Soulh Port George since
its birth, the lirst celebration beiny
held In lhe summer of 11)1)7, and it has
heen continued ever since in a more or
less fitting manner. Let us get together Monday evening and try to
make the coming celebration the
greatest ever.
PROMINENT BUSINESS MAN
DISAPPEARS
Mr. Fred Wilson, proprietor of
the Club Cafe, mysteriously disappeared on Tuesday last and so
far nothing is known of his
whereabouts, He was around
the cafe Tuesday morning and
left at noon, since then very little
is known of his movements.
On Thursday morning his creditors held a meeting in Murphy &
Montgomery's office for the purpose of planning what should be
done with tho business, A committee of three were appointed
to make an investigation and re-
nort. at a future meeting to be
held this evening.
Mr. Smith of the Hall Safe Co.
Vancouver, is in town this week
on a business trip.
Mr. Martin, School Inspector
of Kamloops was in town this
week inspecting the South and
Central schools.
The Oddfellows of South Fort
George are giving a social on
Tuesday night 9th June, in
Burch's hall. Visiting Oddfellow are given a hearty invitation
to attend the social.
Visiting Oddfellows are requested to attend a meeting to
be held in Burch's hall tomorrow
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Matters
of importance to visiting members will be discussed.
Mr. W. F. Cooke of the Northern Lumber Co., who has been
in Quesnel for the past two
weeks returned to town on Tuesday last. While away Mr. Cooke
made all arangements and opened
a semi.wholesale jobbing warehouse ikito-above town.
1Ur->'^_88? Clarke, assistant
Post _}m#b8ilnspector of Van
ouver, is ii* town this week mak-
his half-yearly inspections of the
different post offices of this vicinity. He has foiyid the post office
here in a verv'Satisfactory condition.
W. M. Erler District Organizer
for the Moose Lodge is in town
organizing a lodge at the request
of many "Moose" in town. As it
is necessary to have a hundred
members in order to obtain a charter, Mr. Erler asks all Moose
members in town to communicate
with him at the Northern Hotel.
A meeting was held last Friday night at Prince George of
the orangemen in this vicinity
with a view to forming an Orange
Ledge in this district. Quite a
number of orangemen attended,
lhere will be another meeting
soon which will be announced
later and in the meantime all
orangemen and others desiring to
join will receive further information by communicating with W.
Bamber, Fort George post office.
Mr. Henry Avison, Sanitary
Inspector for this district arrived
in town by Mondays boat and
will make South Fort George his
headquarters. In connection
with his work Mr. Avison has
printed notices which he is distributing to the landlords and
tenants, giving notice that they
must clean up all garbage, etc.,
in seven days, A garbage collector will be appointed to make
regular collections.
On Monday of this week a scow
of lumber for a Quesnel builder in
charge of Bert Mumpower struck
a rock at the head of China
Rapids resulting in a total loss.
There were twelve men on the
scow besides Mumpower, they
managed to all get on the rock
and were recued from their perilous position by Capt. Foster on
the Str. Hammond, There is
considerable danger in scowing
on the lower river, especially on
account of the probability of
meeting one of the various
steamers in either of the Canyons. All steamers should give
a long warning whistle before
thev reach the foot of the two
canyons on their up trips thus
giving the scows a chance to get
ready.
PRICES JUMP AT VICTORIA SALE
According to reports received from
Victoria the government sale of South
Fort George, Fort George and Prince
George lots commanded much higher
prices there than the previous sale at
Vancouver. It is confidently expected
that the sale in Prince George on June
9, 10, 11 will fetch the highest prices
of all previous ones. George street
and Third avenue, Prince George, seem
to be the favored streets, and the
prices there In some cases have more
than doubled those of other competing
streets in the business section. It is
estimated that six hundred and fifty
thousand rfo'lars worth of property
was sold at the Vancouver and Victoria
sales. What will the sales produce
here?
IN THE BOXING RING
Two of the best boxing exhibitions ever staged in this vicinity was pulled off in the Ritter-
Keefer Block at Prince George
by "Chet" Mclntyre promoter of
many of the largest fights held
on the Pacific coast. ' 'Chet" is a
well known figure in fighting
ci cles and is known to be a promoter of good, clean boxing. No
one can dispute the fact that
"Chet" has shown us in.the past
week that he is as good as his
reputation, and any fight that he
promotes may be classed as al
article.
Preliminary started at 9 o'clock
between Bert Hughes of South
Fort George andjfen Holiday of
Vancouver. HjHJday seemed to
be in much
Hughes; but
game and as a' preliminary
hag no equal.   Both  boys
FREIGHT CONGESTION RELIEVED
r shape than
so old at the
this
are
splendid Boxers with Holiday
having a alight advantage in the
science, while Hughes was the
more experienced fighter. Holiday was floored in the ninth
and that ended the round according to the rules they were fighting under.
In the tenth Holiday showed
the stuff he was made of by coming back stronger than ever and
fairly taking Hughes off his feet
and thus gained the advantage
of theTround. A fair decision
would have been a draw however the decision was awarded
to Holiday. When the next and
main bout commenced the audience were in high humour having alreaoy unquestionably had
their money's worth.
Anderson vs. Soules.
ThiB contest was for the light-
weight championship of t h e
northwest. Anderson looked a
winner although in physical
appeaances both men were perfectly matched. From the very
start Anderson guarded himself
well, Soules on account of his
sore right arm used his left almost entirely and kept Anderson
busy dodging his sledgehammer
blows and using his feet to get
out of the way. The first five
rounds were a shade for Anderson; but Soules weakened a little
after and Anderson pushing him
hard forced him to the ropes
many times and twice by quick
upper cuts with his dangerous
right took Soules off his feet.
In the ninth and tenth Soules
seemed a little more like form
and the bout ended even. The
referee's descision was a draw.
Mr. Murray of the Royal Bank
of Canada, C.ntral Fort George,
refereed both bouts.
Franks vs. Anderson
On Monday night May 25th
Eddie Franks lightweight champion of Alberta met Harry Anderson lightweight champion of the
northwest in an exciting 10
round boxing contest ending in a
draw. From the dropping of the
hammer announcing the begining
of the first round, Franks took
the agresswe and forced the
fighting to the very last minute.
Franks certainly shows up well
as a fighter; but Anjtrson was
far the better boxer of the two.
The boys shared the henors as
to rounds securing five each and
both Franks and Anderson put
up the fight of their lives.
Franks was plainly playing for a
knockout, but Anderson was too
quick for him. This is the best
fight that has ever been pulled
off in South Fort George and we
have to thank "Chet" and
Eddie Franks for treating us to
good clean boxing. Franks and
Anderson are going to meet again
in about two weeks when they
will both be in fine shape. Both
boys are going into win and the
public will have a chance to see
some very clever work.
THE  CHURCHES.
Church of England.
Rev. M. Sadler, pastor, next
Sunday being Whit. Sunday, the
following services will be held:
Holy  Communion   at  7  a. m,
Mattens 11 a.m., Evensong 7-30.
Presbyterian Church
Rev. A.  C  Justice,  Pastor.
Sunday services, 11a.m., subject:
Stewardship, 7-30 p.m., Gospel
Service.
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The temporary bridge across
the Fraser hiver is again closed
to water navigation at that point
and according to the bridge contractors will remain so until the
steel bridge is completed. The
contractors expect to finish as far
as the Island in about six weeks.
Although the closing of the tem-
pory bridge will mean a serious
put back to the lumber business
of this district, yet it means the
relief of the freight situation
which grew to a very serious extent during the past three weeks.
Practically all building had to be
stopped because of the non-arrival
of finishing lumber from outside
points and the merchants have
been at their wits end to supply
the demand for staple groceries.
As an illustration, express parcels
all arriving in the last 3 days,
filled the large express room at
the tempory station and a half of
the freight shed. It is to be
hoped that this situation will not
be repeated.
Double Header Bout June 9th
Chet. Mclntyre vs. David McDonald
Hughes rs. Halidaj.
What wil^ no doubt prove the
best boxing contests so far staged by "Chet" Mclntyre, wil!
take place at the Ritter-Keefer
hall in Prince George on Tuesday June the 9th. The first will
be a return match between Bert
Hughes the local boxer, and Len
Holiday of Vancouver, on account of the great fight they put
up at Prince last Saturday and
the doubt as to the decision given
by the referee this will within itself draw a large crowd.
The second bout will be 'Chef
Mclntyre vs. David McDonald
formerly of New Hampshire,
who is at present in Central.
McDonald has figured quite prominently in several heavy-weight
bouts in the east and from his
experience much may be expected of him. as to "Chet," he
needs no further comment from
us, being so well-known in this
district both as a boxer and a
promoter of the best bouts put
on in this part of the country.
This bout will be for a side bet
of $200.
BATHS
Porcelain tub.   Hotel Robarta.
Mr. Alexander Robinson L. L.
D. arrived here on Thursday
from Ashcroft by the B. X. Mr.
Robinson is the superintendent
of Education for British Columbia. He is making the Fort
George hotel his headquarters
while in town. This rather unexpected visit by the superintendent shows both the growing
importance of this part of the
country and also that the department of Educatiou is fully alive
to the growing needs of the district, Mr. Kobinson expressed
himself as being well pleased
with the school at South Fori
George, considering the school
itself and its situation and surroundings as ideal for the purpose. The school situation ai
Fort George proved to be in a
very complicated condition; bui
Mr. Robinson with his usual
foresight and organizing ability
met the difficulty in a most efficient manner and Fort George
may very soon look forward to
having an up-to-date school with
ample accomodation for its increasing attendance. Mr. Robinson also looked into the school
question as regards Prince
George and will try to solve
the problems that arrises later in
the development of the district
endeavoring to reserv j for school
purposes several of the government blocks not as yet placed
on the market.
BATHS,
Porcelain Tub.    Hotel Robarts.
Mr. J. B. Daniel Is leaves on
Monday pext for Vancouver on a
business trip in connection with
the Fort George theatre.
LACROSSE CLUB ORGANIZED
At a get-together Thursday night of
many old lacrosse players and others
interested in the Canadian national
game, an association was formed to
promote lacrosse in this diatrict ami especially in South Fort George. Officers
for the ensuing year were elected as
shown here: • . .,
Hon. president, Mr. Herne; Hon.
vice-president, A. Johnson; President,
W. Cooko; Sec.-treas , Mr. Moffat.
An executive committee of five was
elected with full powers to choose
grounds and obtain prices as to the
cost of having them put in shape for
playine on; also to determine the cost
of lacrosse requisites. The question of
membership fee was left entirely m
the hands of the executive.
Another meeting will be held at 8:30
tonight in the offices of the Interior
Express Co., at which the executive
will report.
The executive committee are as follows : Mr. Layton, chairman; Mr. McDonald, Mr. Richmond, Mr. McNeil
and Mr. Flynn.
The boys of the town are showing
the proper spirit and it is up to everyone to give them a helping hand in any
way possible.
Masons Get Togetber to Apply for Outer
This week witnessed another getting together of the people of the
District, in the several meetings
of all Master Masons, for the
purpose of petitioning the Grand
Lodge of asons shortly to meet
at Prince Rupert for the inauguration of a Lodge in Prince George
to serve as a Masonic Home to
the many members of the Craft
in this their adopted home and
country. The needs of the district have grown bo fast in this
respect that a few master masons
recently got together and sent out
a hurried call which was enthusiastically responded to and augurs
well for the future of Masonry in
.his section. AIL members of the
craft are requested to And their
way to the office of Armstrong St
Ellis on George Street, and there
subscribe themselves to the register provided, that when the time
arrives for final action we may
know what timber is available
and how many loyal men can be
counted on.
The object is the inauguration
of one lodge, to be located geographically to serve all members
from the outlying and close in
sections of South Fort George,
Central Fort George, Prince
George, the Cache, and as far as
our jurisdiction under grand
Lodge Law is right and proper.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
BICYCLE FOR SALE-Gent _, Bicycle
for sale, apply at Herald Office.
FOR SALE.-Young team and.harness
for sale cheap.   Apply B. C. Market.
SECOND HAND LUMBER FOR
SALE.   Odd lengths 1" and 2" _. H.
lumber.   Price right.   Bates & Rogew,
Island Camp. 5-30-lt
HORSES FOR SALE-5 teams heavy
norses. See Bates & Rogers, Island
Camp. 6-30-lt
SNAP-10 rolls 2 ply rooting for sale
$35.00 cash. Phone Childs & Crosby at
dates & Rogers, Island Camp.   5-30-lt
FOR SALE—10 Acres in D. L. 2166,
River Frontage, $6000.00, terms,
Address Box 138 Herald.
FOR SALE-Shoe-shine Stand (Hotel
Northern). Best location in town.
vlust be sold.   Boy in Khaki.
FOR SALE-30 acres~of land three
niles out of town, and 160 acres four
niles out of town. Inquire P.O. Box
i7i), Fort Oeorge. jnjjo
FOR SALE.-Scowand Boats for sale;
ilso Boats made to order. One block
below the B.X. Steamboat Landing,
eierard & Carlsen, Boat Builders, Soulh
Fort George,   P.O. box 82.
WANT TO EXCHANGE 5-acreGardcn
Tract lonated in the beautiful Okanagan
Valley fir good lots in Prince George
>r Edminton.-MAX Schenk, Box 8.
South F irt George, B.C.
LOST between Arcadia Cafe and Northern Barber Shop, Gentleman's Moonstone Ring on small fob strap. Finder
return to W. H. Fleijhman, Arcadia
Cafe, or to Herald Office. Reward of
five dollars.
NOTICE.
TENDERS will _e received up to
noon. May 25th, 1914, by The Pacific
Land and Townsites Company, Ltd.,
at 350 Richards Street, Vancouver,
British Columbia, for falling, bucking,
piling timber, and slashing, piling,
l urning brush and tops, and for clearing streets upon the Townsite of Willow River, located upon District Lot
788, Cariboo District No. 1. Specifications may bo received upon application.
The right to reject any and afl tenders
reserved.
(Signed)
PACIFIC L .ND AND TOWNSITES
COMPANY, LIMITED.
SB* Contractor
Estimate!5 given
Address: Gei
SO ITH FO
Cml Esjineers, Dominion £ B. C. Und Sunejirs
eirve-y. of Lands, Mines, Townsito.  Timber
Limits. Etc.
/UOUlll/UIUI.    l.lrtilLU   UII1UI1U    ILLrt
FCR MIXED FARMING IN ALBERTA
Maker of Artistic
Gold and Platinum Mountings
Repair'
pro::.] i ■
Nnge-t Block      -
South fort
City Express and'
Cartage Company ^j-j*.
Express Delivery
Baggage Transfer
General Draying
C. T. HUSH   -   Proprietor
PHONE 51
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—   The Sanitary way
All kinds of
Fruit, Ice Cream
Sodas and
Confectionery.
Hamilton Avenue
Foil George
Fori George
Steam Laundry
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SMITH'S
CREAM  WAFFLE   HOUSE
Hamilton Avenue
It's thc FreBh Eas Oysters
It'_ tho Ham ar   Eggs
It's the Butter
It's th.' Meal Sp
It's the. Bake . .-.
It's the Pun M ■■     ~ rup
It's th.- Honey in
It's the PieCmsl
It's thi k---
It's the-I.v-     '    City
Mott-' Quality at I Ser '
^
Expert in charge.
Special Attention Given
to Fancy Goods.
and estnn'ish
nd mills.   This
markets;   and
will be   mixed
real   result of
Office hours.
Phone
Water Front
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
47, 2 Rings.
South Fort George
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THE FORT GEORGE DRUG CO.
We carry a ful! line of
TURKISH and
EGYPTIAN CIGARETTES.
A. C BUCHEL
TH FORT GEORGE, B.C.
General Hardware and .Sheet Metal Workers.
All kinds of tin and sheet Iron work done.
Camp Stoves, Kot-air Furnaces, Etc.
-■'' '•■■ •'■ --      hase Celebrated Gasoline Lighting Systems.
| Stock-taking SALE! i<
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, reduce our stock to make room for
hat we have on the way. Therefore
loney Ly coming here before you do
list drop in and look at the prices.
Close & Brown Company, Ld.
ERAL .MERCHANTS.
md Street     :      South Fort George
SANITARY  WATER
**hont 87
Hays&
'••' in a position to supply the public
Fori George and district with pure
iter drawn from our new limestone
lined well.
Reasonable Rates
Anderson & Nechaco Ice Co.
E. R. HAY8. Manager
Giscombe Portage
 TO	
Summit Lake
It is the intention of this firm to start a freight service from iscombe to Summit Lake this month.
Outfits will be transferred to any point on the route.
Parties who intend going into that country this
coming season can be assured of the best service
possible.
Goods forwarded c-o. Haynes & Wood, Giscombe
Portage, will be stored until arrival of owner.    ■
HAYES $_ WOOD
North Battleford, Sask.—
Canada is on the
of tin area of agricul
tural iiiilustri.il and r.c>nrni r-
ical development and advancement that will eclips.' anything
the world has ever wit-
n's-,.1," said Mr, Mat'i'tith,president of the Kilnionton Industrial Association, at the 6rst
colonization qnd development
convention for western Canada
here (his afternoon.   He added:
"We are making remarkable
progress in all lines of endeavor and to successfully distribute this enormous wealth and
derive the greatest benefit, it
will be necessary u> build more
railroads. deve:op water translocation and power transmission facilities
more factories (
will create more
the direct result
farming. the
wealth.
"Comparing the province o
Alberta with the older provinces of the Dominion the states
of the Union, or with the countries of Western Europe, there
is im question that between
agricultural and manufacturing it has the potential capacity to sustain 100 inhabitants
to the square mile which would
mean a population of 2 ,000.
000. Population ns densely as
Massachusetts. our province
would have 120.01)0,000 inhabitants in cities, towns and coun
try. The present popuation of
all Canada is less than 8,500,
000; Alberta has about 435,000.
"Alberta has within its boundaries fully 100,000,000 acres
of fertile lands available for
settlement. This is exclusive
of about 1,620,000 acres occup-
I pied bv lakes, rivers and creeks,
and 60,000,000 acres of nioun-
' tains, hilly and other lands,
not suitable for agriculture at
present. We had under cultivation last year 2,799,267 acres,
or less than three per cent, oi
the available farming area and
from tbis the farmers produced
75.575,632 bushels of grain,
in addition to livestock, bay,
roots, vegetables and dairy
products having a farm value
of between $15,000,000 and
120,000.000. The increase in
the acreage of 1013 over .1912
was 407,415, and the crop increase was 9,331,140 bushels.
"From official sources we
learn that a laege area is being
cultivated this year, and is
predicted that greater gains
will follow, when our farmers
will have devoted more attention to diverified agriculture,
which may be interpreted to
mean that modern farms are
rapidly supplanting the bonanza wheat ranches in Alberta,
and that the farm is being converted iuto a manufacturing
enterprise, increasing the eflic
iency of the plant and eliminating all waste."
Regarding the manufacturing
(levelopmicnt of Alberta Mr.
Magrath said lhat prior to
19115 what are now the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan were grouped as to figures
Iiil'.llli), the two provinces had
105 manufacturing plants, employing I.16S men and women
and $1,689,870 capital; salaries
and wages amounted to $405,
768, the value of the raw pro
duct was §1,121,312, and the
value of the finished prod tic'
was placed at §1,964,987.
Five years later, or in 1905.
Alberta alone had 120 manu
facturing plants, employing 85,
545,821 capital and 2,015 men
and women, who received ?1,
167,107 in salaries t .nd wages.
The value of the finished pro-
ducts is given as $5,116,782
According to the last censuf
bulletin, issued by the federal
government, Alberta had 2t'0
manufacturing plants in 1910.
These plants employed 6,980
men and women and 929,518,
346, capital; they paid 84,365
661 in salaries and wages and
§9,998,777 for raw materials.
The value of products was §18
788,836.
"To _ give an adequate idea
of the increase-. thot'Ugbout the
province." Mr, Magrath continued, "I might _ightftho fa"t
that the value of the output
of the factories in Edmonton
alone jumped from ?243>788   in
19011 to §1,193,304 in 1910. We
have at present 143 manufactur
ing plants, or 23 more than
were in operation in the whole
of the province in 1905, and
the value of tho products today is fully three times that of
the output of four years ago.
Other cities made proportionate gains.
"What the future holds for
Alberta in manufacturing and
agriculture tho brain of no
man can grasp, We are facing
a stupendous task. We know
that railroads cannot be built
rapidly enough to keep pace
with the development of the
western country; we know too,
that if the railroad were equal
to our own increasing needs
it would change the economic
equilibrium of Canada itself.
The railroad yards nre the real
harbors of the prairie prov
inces.
"Traffic experts report that
the Panama canal will add ten
cents to the value of every bushel of grain to be grown in the
provinces of Alberta nad Saskatchewan. 1 believe also our
manufacturers will share equally is well in this unearned dividend. But manufacturing,
mining, lumbering and wheat
growing are the only
money makers in the western
country. Mixed farming and
daily and livestock will do
more than all the rest put together for many years to come
"We have in the province of
Alberta about 3,500 miles of
railroads of all kinds, and 1
am informed by the provincial
railway department that 700
miles of standard gauge lines
will be built this year, as again
st 600 miles in 1913, also that
more than §11,000,000 is avail
able for construction work on
railroad lines guaranteed by
the government. This includes
§6,500,000 recently placed to
the credit of the government
under the Alberta and Ureat-
waterways agreement.
"Construction to be undertaken this year probably will
include 350 miles by the Canadian Northern, 200 miles by
the Canadian Pacific, 100 miles
by the Edmonton, Dunvegan &
British Columbia, and 120
iniles by the Alberta and Greut
Waterways line.
"With the opening of the
Grand Trunk Pacific and the
Canadian Northen railroads to
the Pacific coast and the extension of railway lines into the
Peace Hiver country and other
parts of our vast hinterland,
which contain land capable! of
supporting from three to four
times the entire population of
Canada, will come the development of Alberta's mining and
lumber and pulp wood industries and the harnessing of the
mighty rivers of tlie north , to
supply cheap electric power to
thousands of busy wheels.
"British, Canadian and Am-
■rican capitalists are watching
the exploration of petroleum,
natural gas and asphalt prospects in various parts of the
province, and it is predicted
that millions of dollars will be
■xpanded in this and other development work.
"Recent compilations show
that the coal area of Alberta
s larger than the combined
areas of the rest of Canada.
The reserves in our province
are estimaeed to contain 1,076,
439,000 metric tons, or 14$ per
cent of the total resources of
the world. We have in addition enormous undeveloped beds
of salt and asphaltum and min
sral. An abundance of natural gas has been found in south
srn Alberta. We have millions
of tons of ores, shales, clays,
silica and other sands and
marls, also great fur and fish
resources.
"Thirty years ago what is
now the province of Alberta
was a territory considered fit
only for the habitation of wild
animals, Indians and fur trad-
ing voyagcairs. It was the
subject of weird tales of cold
and privation. All this has
changed. The foiling grounds
of the buffalo are occupied by
factories and mills, the red
man's wigwamhas given placo
to skyscraper business bui'dings
„ - .    •----■■«•*.  nave     ueen
converted mto steam and electric railway grades and farm-
roads and automobile highways
winch cross and recross vast
areas of thu most fertile soil on
the American continent.
, CApA(iARY'- Approximately 400 000 acres of land in
the southern portion of Alberta
will be put under irrigation by
the Dominion government or
by the municipalities which obtain from the government the
ritdit to operate a system of
irrigation in the various districts some time in the near
future, according to the statement of P. H. Peters, irrigation commissioner for the Dominion, with headquarters at
Calgary,
THIRD AVENUE
South Fort George
Prop,
The Royal Bank of Canada
has entered the New Hazelton
district for business. A. 1).
McLeod htis arrived there from
the const to take over the
premises of the Bank of Vancouver. The Royal Bank has
taken over both the Hazelton
and Fort Fraser branches.
F- c. Wilson"
I want the publi,. tn i
familiar with    ? bec°me
eatures of 1 estaWi.? *
It is the larces v. Ilshni^t
Northern B r S aurant'»
dining rooms', is'iittpmpnvate
°«t  with  tl e ml! throTh-
assuring sanitn™ . '"""*.
serviced .1^«>.«
*to?n. ThebuildZ.5sf8ci
with steam heat,?1^
plumbing. dnd san'tary
I have been fortunate
curing the BervK "l*
and bakers unequalL   Cchef8
adaforkneiwll:1:,"^
enceintheculi,^'^
Last, but nut least Iw
o express my appreeiatio
the^arge patronage in
F' c' WILSON.
N E W WRSTMINISTKR-
The deepest draught vessel plying on the Pacific and enterintr
the port of Burrnrd Inlet, will
lie able, in less than two weeks
to dock at any wharf in front
of this city at oridinary tide,as
there will then be a full thirty-
one feet of water at the shallowest spot. The new channel,
where soundings were tak<m lust
week, is beintr deepened at the
rate of two inches a day, the
action of the current increasing the work of the dredges.
Arrangements are lx_ne made
to have the channel buoyed
and lighted, the navigation
committee of the board of trade
having this matter in hand.
Representations are also being
made to the department of mar
ine and fisheries.
Normand McLeod has completed his contract near Fort
Fraser on the G.T.P. grade and
has closed his camp. His outfit and stock are still nt the
camp and will remain there until the P. G. E. starts north
from Fort George in a couple
of months.
A pamphlet has been issued
by the department of lands on
the Peace Piver Land recording
division. This booklet, another of tlie series which the Hon.
William R. Boss, Minister of
Lands, has had prepared to
.ive information on the conditions that prevail in the various land divisions cover a
wide area in "New British Columbia," toward which tbe rail
ways are reaching. Tne dist
net with which the pamhlet
deals, embraces the great valleys- of the Peace River and its
affluents, the Finley and Parsnip rivers, with thc many trib;
utnry valleys of the vast north
ern drainage basin containing
some millions of acres of agricultural lands. Previous booklets issued by tlio department
have dealt with tba Pt. George
Fort Fraser and Sketna lund
divisions also of lands opened
up for pre-emption.
Frankfort-on-the-Mai-i, Germany, May 18.—Another fatal
accident occured today in connection with the Prince Henry
Aviation competition, which
started yesterday at Darmstadt
Lieut. RoIkIo, who was flying
as a passenger with Lieut.
Kolbe, was killed when their
monoplane was capsized by a
gusty wind. Lieut. Klobe es.
caped with siight injuries.
VANCOUVER, B. O.-Tho
remaining number of tho band
of bandits who held up thelln-
ion Bank at Hazelton some
weeks ago were sentenced
ed to 20 years imprisonment
Two of the gang were killed in
the chase by the citizens the
others dying of wounds received during the fight.
Montral,.—William Warn
writrht thc first vice-president
of the Grand Trunk Pacilic railway died at Atlantic City on
Thursday night. Mr. Wain
wright had gone to Atlantic
City to recover from a recent
illness.
want
for
the
In this space will
appear weekly an-
nouncements nf new
specialties in the culi.
nary department.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN _l
■" the reserve .-xi. tint; upon Crown
lands in the Cariboo and Cwiu__.
trtcts, notice of which was publMj,
theft. C. Gazette on the 12th of Sep-
tember, 1907; also the reserve .iitm
u.pon Crown Inmls within Ihe LandR^
cording Districts of Cariboo and lillooet and the Kamloops Division tf
Yale Land Recording Dislrict, notice
of which appeared in B. (J. Gsietteoi
the 4th of April, 1911, is cancelled in
.0 far as thc game rejen.it.nid
lands from lease under the proviiiw
of the Land Act.
Lands R. A. RENWICK
Department,      Deputy Minuter
victoria,B.C. 22nd  ' ofLindi,
Apiil, 1914. li-hm.
Fresh
Meats
Beef
Mutton
Veal
Wholesale and retail
THE B. C
FORT OWE AM
SOUTH FORT GEOKE
L. P. ECKSTEIN,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
Haight Building, I'rince George.
BARGAINS IN BUILDERS
SUPPUES.
FROM MANUFACTOR 10 MM*
... ..■ \ .re *'■
" .... ,11 Bt*
THESE MC"!
You cflVr t ;e:e ei
Dem rs. Moulding
llik' I'eel er  lee '1 !■ ■■
direct  by leeeee!
5-cross panel <l""r* f"r
lirlii stall
ier oil
5-cross panel d   n for      jjj
dark stain or paint J   .
Window Frames    P
(US
I,*
Door Frames
W, .ell lo HI*    ^""ZL
WRITE FOR NtW IllXSTRATED CATilW
A.B.CBNGLMS
sne Dfiu/Pll ST.      UNWKVi.
POWELL ST
LOCAL AGENT FOR
G. T. P. Townsite
of-
InsiaeLots^O,^
and $150 in Rood lo
CALL, WRITE or WIRt hed by
the Northern Interior Printing Company. Limited.
I South
Fort George, B. C, Saturday, May 30, 1914.
[one FOR ALL AND
ALL FOR ONE."
Recent developments in
South FortGeorge, Prince
W and Greater Fort
)rge district point to a
id growth in business and
julation during the year
it behooves the business
, and people generally to
»advantage of every op-
Itunity to make this centre
sperous and attractive to
many settlers and busi-
1s enterprises coming into
country,
'he recent experience with
Pacific  Great  Eastern
llway, which, despite the
(tests and arguments used
the Government and
jway  Company   all   of
ch arguments were ad-
ted as in favor of the rests of the petitioners that
road should be made to
the river and feed the
|;e area on the west bank
he Fraser, as against the
dins of the road on the
banks opposite on  the
fer side of the river, should
warning to our people
i we must plan far ahead,
in advance and prose-
the interests  of  our
pie with vigour and ten-
to a successful issue.
ie interests  of  all the
ole in all sections of the
Irict are one, and there
d be harmony of action
effort in   all   things.
■at benefits one, benefits
-there can be no two
^ in civic matters.
a movement is on foot
pevelop one portion of our
it city, all should join
Ids to help get that imminent and advancement
reciprocity and co-opera-
lould be the slogan of
! people.
i'here is no longer a South
t George seeking its own
/rests, nor a Central Fort
prge fighting for   some
jefit as against the rest of
I city, nor a Prince George
filing for the benefits of
1 city in the centre, but all
be for all in the great
■ure that is ahead of our
City.
n the matter of the Pacific
at Eastern failing to come
0 and thru the centre of
city from the south, tap.
ip the Graud Trunk Pacific
fight angles, making of it
Great Trunk Line East
» West, and North and
nth, benefiting all portions
this area instead of being
ced in a position where it
p never so long as the sun
shine benefit anyone,
id failing to tap the very
tels of the business area,
j" Wends the Railway have
ft open their flanks to
*ck of such a capable and
[ergetic competitor as the
Indian Pacific who might
1(1 will without doubt at no
pant date, look with favor
J a branch line north from
ytton or some other advant-
feous point.
The question of transporters an important one and
>°ukl not be overlooked by
»r People-worked for and
lanned for, not only with
_.•
the railway interests but with
the government, and we
should not be denied.
We do not wish to take issue unkindly with our rulers
or officers of our government
nor with the Railway Company's, but railways are for
the purpose of developing a
country, affording transportation  for the carriage of
goods and passengers, the
populace  provide the revenues, they are the users of
these highways of the iron
horse, and as such their interests and not those of Railway Contractors and Railway
Stockholders and Bondholders   should   be   considered
paramount.  Railways are of
course built for profit to their
owners, hence we fail to see
where the best interests of
the Railway Stockholders are
conserved by building a railroad where it can receive no
revenue and benefit no manufacturing or business interest.
The   days   of   Cornelius
Vanderbilt who said "The
people be damned " we had
thought were in the dim distant past, but as one legislator has recently written, it
sometimes looks as if the
railways told our government
what to do instead of the
government telling the railroads, and in this day when
government is guaranteeing
and subsidizing it were well
for the people to look well,
to see that their interests
were   considered   in   some
measure.
Hence we again say to the
people of this great city to
be, our slogan at all times
must be '* One for all and
all for one."
The various Chambers of
Commerce and Board of
Trade are working together
in a gratifying manner, and
with a common interest ever
before them we can march
on to a magnificent and glorious future.
in the amount 01 reiuse collected during the next few
days, but in the condition of
the premises as revealed in
an inspection a month or so
hence.
CLEAN-UP TO-DAY.
The clean-up idea is not
local but national in its scope
this year, and every large
community in the Dominion
have had their clean-up day
or week. Although it is
rather late in the month, it
is not too late for a general
clean-up day. Mr. Avison,
Sanitary Inspector for this
district is in town and informs
us that he is here to compel
landlords and tenants to do
their spring clean-up work
and to keep their premises in
a sanitary condition.
It is well-known that the
Sanitary Inspector has power
to compel citizens to keep
their premises in a sanitary
condition, but more can be
gained just now by other
methods. The arousing of
civic and local pride should
help considerably in a work
of this kind, and experience
has shown that such influence
has not been over-estimated.
The duty of the citizen in-
dividually, in regard to civic
cleanliness, begins as soon as
clean-up day is concluded.
The real test of the success
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Public Auctions of Town Lots
owned by the Province of British Columbia, in the Subdivisions of Lota Nos.
343, 933, 934, 936, 937, 938 and 1429, all
in Group 1, Cariboo Diatrict, and situated in and near Fort George, will take
place in May and June next.
These Lots will be offered for sale
without regard to any improvements
that may be thereon; and all persons
who have placed improvements upon
any of the said Lots are hereby notified that if they wish to secure such
improved Lots it will be necessary to
purchase them at the Auctions above
referred to. No preferences whatsoever will be given any person claiming
an interest in any improvements existing on any Lot offered for sale.
As all improvements existing on Government Lots in the said Subdivisions
were erected without authority, it is
the intention to treat all persons claiming an interest therein as trespassers;
but they will be given the privilege of
removing any existing improvements
from Provincial Government Lots at
any time within sixty days following
the date of Auction Sale.
All Lots upon which there are existing improvements at the time of sale
will be sold subject to delivery sixty
days after date of sale and any improvements remaining on such Lots
at the time of delivery of said Lots
will be deemed to have become forfeited to the Crown.
W. R. ROSS,
Minister of Lands.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C., March 11, 1914.        td
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
My Dear Readers :
Don't think because we haven't
been making a big noise in this
paper for the past few weeks that
we have gone out of business. It is
merely a calm before a great Btortr.
We have been laying our plans and
studying your wmits, and it has been
with difficulty that we hav. been
able to suppress what has heen taking place at tht Kennedy-Bluir establishment.
But now that our goods, have arrived we feel that an open confession will result in not only profit
temporal but good to our immortal
souls. During the pa .t three days
we have unloaded three cars of
goods at our warehouse.
Two cars of Groceries, which consist of tha delicacies o' every nation.
Space will not allow us to quote you
prices here, . or describe our gotid>,
but we wish to extend you a most
cordial invitation to visit our grocery counter during the coming week,
where we shall talk to you with the
same interest as father to son.
Our car load of Dry Goods and
Sheet assort! our ttock to perfection.
We would like to draw your attention to our most beautiful fur lets,
consisting of marten, mink and
fisher muffs, sides and hats, manufactured by Fairweathers from our
own native fun.
We would also invite you to inspect
our lace curtains, window blinds,
carpet squares, summer underwear
—and our converfation.
We remain,
Your mott humble servants,
Kennedy, Blair & Co.
LIMITED
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated 1869.
-WITH WHICH IS UNITED-
The Traders Bank of Canada
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
D
Head Oflice
Fort George Branch,
D. MURKAY, Manager
Montreal
'■frfti&aarJBsi
P. BURNS & CO. Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all Kinds of
eats
GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL
PARTS OF CITY.
Butter, Cheese, Eggs; I	
Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Live Stock
*_..___    Fort George ^ South Fort George.    Pfc^**
FOR SALE OR LEASE
Lots 1 and 2,      Block 25
Prince George
We are exclusive agents for some of the best corn-'
ers in the townsite.  To be sold at fair prices*
N.B.—Our Mr. Ellis leaves Monday night for Vancouver
to conduct the first of the Government Auction Sales.
Maps and full information on application.
ARMSTRONG   &  ELLIS,
GEORGE STREET, PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.
Fiscal Agents, Prince George Investment and Development Company. Ltd.
CAUTION
To BailneM Men and
Investors.
An experienced investor who
has followed townsite developments in Canada carefully for
many years and profited by them
says:
"Whether you start in business
in a new town or purchase property there for investment, first
ce SURE that the railway company intends to build a station at
that point and that the Bite has
been duly approved by the Board
of Railway Commissioners. Then
and not till then, it is safe to go
ahead.
COME TO
The Business Bull's Eye
of The Nechaco Valley
Location of Railway Station site approved..by-the Board of Railway Commissioners, April
9th, 1912.   Order No.16,278,' Station will be erected as soon as the material can be rushed in.
A rich new field awaits YOU here on the main line of the Grand
Trunk Pacific, sixty-eight miles west of Prince George in the heart of
the richest, most settled part of the famous fertile Nechaco Valley.
Every Purchaser Gets Clear and Perfect Title Direct From The
rand
VANDERHOOF is the supply depot
and distributing centre for the rich Nechaco Valley with its 200,000 acres of
fertile lands. The site for the station
has been approved by the Board of Railway Commissioners and the station will
be erected soon. The first siding west
of VANDERHOOF is seven miles and
the first siding east of VANDERHOOF
is 6.3 miles.
A STRATEGIC SUPPLY CENTRE
The location of VANDERHOOF was
selected by the railway engineers because of its long stretch of straight tangent track, making it ideal for operating
conditions and and because of its general fitness to serve the magnificent district in which it is located.   These facts
assure its prominence.
RESOURCES ASSURE AN IMPORTANT TOWN
Hundreds of settlers are already waiting for the town. More are flocking in
continually, in addition to the 200,000
acres of rich farm lands which back up
the town, timber, pulpwood and valuable deposits of minerals, building stone
and brick clay abound. Less than 400
miles from Prince Rupert and direct
steamship lines to the Orient. Short
route to Europe via Panama. LOGICAL
WHOLESALE CENTRE TO SUPPLY
THE STUART LAKE DISTRICT.
Splendid coal indications. Tremendous
waterpower. One of the most prominent engineers in America has completed
an examination of the falls in Stoney
Creek near VANDERHOOF and is reporting to his firm in Chicago that there
is an abundance of power to be had
cheaply and practicably.
No man who is looking for his best
chance to get into business for himself
in the new country opened up by the
G. T. P. can afford to overlook Vander-
hoof. Buildings are being erected with
the utmost haste. Locate in this supply centre for the largest tract of tillable land in British Columbia your success is assured. Development work is
under way in earnest and right now
there are :
Wonderful Opportunities for Tradesmen, Manufacturers and Investors
This is not a lot selling scheme, but a conservative, legitimate town development promotion. The business is here and waiting, and the prices on lots
have been placed low for the time being to encourage quick settlement and
development.
COME TO VANDERHOOF AND SEE FOR YOURSELF
See the activity that exists. See the clearing and building. Talk with
the men who live in the valley and know conditions. See the opportunities
that abound in dozens of lines. Let me show you around; or, if you can't
come, write me and ask all the questions you like.
NOW IS IVE TIME TO ACT
Others are securing locations and starting businesses
Town building is in full swing at VANDERHOOF now.
One of thc largest Canadian chartered Banks will establish a branch at VANDERHOOF at once.
A sawmill is assured. A restaurant ia already in operation. Conl claim!, have been staked out with fine indications. The local branch of thc Farmer's Institute ia being
given a site. A splendid Board of Trade building has been
planned and a tender accepted. A large drug store, several
general stores, rooming house, general wholesale lumber
yard, newspaper office, looator'a office, and other local in-
dnstries have already been arranged for.
Daily through passenger trains will be installed this
summer. The first siding is already in at VANDERHOOF
and telegraph construction Is completed. Street Bare being
opened and buildings erected.
C. C. CUTTLER,
WALTER E. GUNN,
Local Agent,
Central Avenue,
Fort George, B. C.
Resident Industrial Commissioner,
Care Tribune, Fort George, B. C.
or Vanderhoof, G.T.P., Main Line, B. C. ^1
ol ihe Fin';
Up.»trearn i
mile east, n
thence eaai
chains t ■
north S' <
menl     '^ ■
..■a niik'S
eel half n
corner";
south SO
; thence
I nmenee-
MORRISON.
..lioiie'll, Agont.
WRT OBOHOH[LANDmSTMCr.
■Willlum Wllllams
. Jlfl ay    iire'lllietl,
■    ..■    to PUT-
T.AK1
of Van
Intends
IT1CE th
B.
"W
halm
less
rivor: tnence
river to !"''■
talnlng IC :
Dated Mm
i liinei.
1 (en the
ij River
un from
W.'s S.E.
.; tlie'tU'e"
tn the
• of tht-
n p0=t planteei on tlio north-east lmnk of
tho Finlay River about twenty-one miles
up-stream from Fort Graliam and one
mile and n uuratcr east, marked "P. J.'s
_v corner : them, east SO chains;
thence nnrth Stl chains; tiience west SO
chains; thence south so ohains to point
of commencement; containing 610 acres,
more or less.
Hated Marcli 7, 1PM.
PETER   JACOBSON.
.1. .in MacDoneU, Agent.
Ji
MWI WILLIAMS.
Im MacDonell, Ak. nt.
DISTRICT.
FORT GE-qnOB [.AM
niHtrlcl ''I rem ■■ "in '■
1-iri- ve ii.'K Hint Peter Hoardiiiini,
TAKfc Ni'ii' '■ ,   ;,,:,„,,„., intends to
"' w tr -emission ne purchase tho
! ., i.i i,«.riin'il lands; L'otnmetKlni!
■ ' ■ ■ .   , the north-east bank
aboul nineteen miles
it Graham and two
a half east, marked "P. B.
nt a posl piai
of the Finlay
up-atrtiini fro
nelle.-
,\.W  corner
■nst   80   eliains.
.    .  ,   , lv eliains, thenee west St)
chains  thence north SO ehalns to point
Xcommencement; containing 8-10 acres,
ir.ore or less,
fated March 6, 191 '■
IARDMAN.
Own your own home! You
can build your future home
now at the minimum of expense.
No building is too large
or tno small to receive
our careful attention.
Blue print. antl plans furnished.
Get our estimates.
Bronger & Flynn
Contractors and Builders
SOUTH FOKT GEORGE
Mae I'
Ae
nt.
5T QEOfti
TAKE   V
ie,  Intends  to
purchaso   tlie j
Commencing
orth-east bunk
nineteen mile's,
Grahnm,    anel
thence south SO chains;
|iiencc n'esl 20 chains, more or less,
., | . iiver; tiience following the course
ef the river lo point e.l commencement;
containing 320 acres, more ur less.
Dated March G, It1!!.
CANCELLATION  OF  RESERVE.
IHN FOLEY,
ilin MacDonell, Anent.
e-r.
; clayhurn,
Intends ne
ii-haso the
ommenelng
e-east bnnk
c mlles up-
narked "!'.
SO chains;
eer
te
111
tnir
FRANK CLATBURN.
John MacDonell, Agent
1   IRT OICOKUE
District 'el
TAKE NOTICE ll
Vancouver, B.
LAND   DISTRICT.
Peace lllver.
nt Lauchlan McLeod,
hotel clerk, Intends
t.e apply for permission to purchase the
Mio. Ina described lands: Commencing
tit a peest planted een tlie north-east
bank of the Finlay lllver about eleven
mlles up-stream from Fort Graham,
marked eeL, MoL.'a N.W. corner"; thence
east .0 chainB; thence south 80 chains:
thence west lit chains, more or less, to
river; thence foliuwing the course of
river to point of commencement; containing 430 acres, more or less.
Dated March 4, 1814.
LAUCHLAN MeLEOD.
John MncDoncll, Agent.
Fe.RT GEORGE I.AXD DISTRICT.
District e,r Peace Itiver.
TAKE NOTICE that Edwnrd Prowse,
ol Vancouver, 11 C, blacksmith, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Conimencing
tn ei post plnnted on the north-east bank
nf the Finlay River about eleven miles
up-stream from Fori (iralinm ami four
miles east, marked 'E. P.'s S.W. eorner";
llience east SO chains; thence nortli SO
chains: thence west SO cliains; thence
south SO chains to peiint of commencement; containing G40 acres, more or less.
Dated March 4, 1914.
EDWARD PP.OWSE.
John MacDonell, Agent.
GEi
TAKE
Vancouvei
I'll' f.ir pe
lowing de
a post pl
of the i'i
up-stream
three mill
corner"; i
north sn e
thence sen
mencemen
LAND   DISTKICT.
Peace River,
that Henry Parker,
••I   in  t!
Rlvei
■in Fort
SO
th
contain
ch   4,
.1 ih
or, Inteiuls tu ap-
purchase the fol-
:  Commencing at
■ north-enst bank
el".lit eleven miles
Graliam and ateenit
rked "II. P.'s S.W.
80 ehains; thenoe
ice wesl 80 elmins:
ns P. iieiint of coning G 40 acres,  more
111 I.
i MIV PARKER.
MacDonell, Agont.
POUT GF.OH
Distne-
TAKE V'lTl
Mulier, of Van
intenils lej appl
chase the foil
Commencing at
Gl! I.txh  DISTRICT.
of Peace Rivor.
'!■:  thai  Charles  George
oeueer, B, c„ merchant,
v t"i  permission to pur-
iwins    described   landB:
a   post   planted  on   the
■ '     Ihe     Finlny   River
' ■  up-stream from
I    '   ailer   of   a   mile
;   \i.'s s Vf, corner";
tl ence nnrth  SO
' '   '     I  ehalns:   thenoe
to • lint  of eeimmence-
CHARLES
i' Mrr.i.i:ii
liniii'll, A"e'llt.
FORT cr
Din
,T,\K.   \'e
: Ply    feel ' 1
If.
i: I \,"
D DISTRICT.
Hot of Peaco River.
TICK that John Howes, of
f C, teamster, Intenda le.
ermlsHlnn tn purchase the
■■'i ;l ■ '1 lands: Commencing
I -a the north-east bank
Rl
i
st
lhe |'|
Bt
l:   tl" I.e.
"i"   river  to  pi
containing ivo ;
Dated  March
nl Iwe-nty-on
I Graham, and
erner"; llience
rtli sn chains:
ere or less, te
; llu- course of
ommencementj
' or less.
JOHN ROW,,..
MncDoncll, Aeent
»ND   DISTRICT,
in - River,
i William Mills, of
tor, intends to nr>-
Ptirchas'e the fol-
I'nmmenein , a'
PORT GEORGE   I
Di   .ei. I   „r  p,
TIKE .VnTii'i: thn
Veinrottver, P  r„ i	
rlv for permission tn
lowing descrihed land
a Dns nlanted on the nnrth-east hank of
the Finlay River ahout tweuil v-nne miles
""•stream from Fnrt Graham nnd three
rnlles .-.nd n nunrtor enst, mne .cl "W.
Ms SW. corner"; thence enst SO chains-
t'eru.e north R0 cbains: thenee west SO
ehnins; thenca south SO rhalns tn pnint
ftf commencement; containing n to acres.
Dated  Murch  7,   101 I
Wil MUI  MILLS.
John MncDonell, Agont
NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the reserve existing upon certain land-
in Oariboo Dislrict by reason of a
notice of reserve published in the
British Columbia Gazette on the 29th
of August. 1907, is cancelled in so far
as it relates to the following Lots: —
Lots 6670, 6669, __3S, 3237a, 3235a, 3237,
3236, N.K' 32-10, 3239, 3241a, 3241, 3242,
3243a, 2243, 3244, 3244a, 0519. 051S, 5517.
3245, 5516,  5515, N.'_  and S.E. V,  5514,
3246, 3246a, 5511, 5510, S. Mi and N.W.  .
3247, 3247a, 324S, 3249, 5512, 5508, N._
5509, 3250a. 3250, 3251, 5507, 3252, 5505,
3253, 5503, 3254a, 3254, N,'_ 5503, 3255a,
3255, N. _.• and S. E, . 3256, E. Vt
5497, 5601, 5500, 3257a, 3257, 5498,
325!i, 3259a. 5499, 3260, N. '/_ 5492,
3261a, 3261, N. _ and S. E. Vi
54S7, 548S, E _ 5490, N. V: and
S.W.W 5-189, 3263, N.'. and S.B.Yi 3264,
3265a, 3265, 54S5, 5484, 3268ft, 3268 (Portion East of Fraser River). 5483, 5482,
3269, 3270, 5486, 54S1, S. Vs 3271, 3272,
5480, S.Vi 5479, 3277, 3275, 3278, 3279,
32S0, N, and S.E.'4 7671, 4076 and 3284,
all In Group One, Cariboo DiBtrict,
which will be opened to entry by preemption on the 15th day of June, 1914,
at 9 a.m. ln the) forenoon. All applications must be made at the office of the
Assistant Commissioner of the District
at l-'ort George.
R. A. RENWICK,
Deputy Minister ot Lands.
Lands Department,
Victoria B.C.
25th .March, 1914.
CANCELLATION  OF RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the reserve existing upon certain lands
in Cariboo District by reason of notices
of reserve published in the British
Columbia Gazette on January 10th, and
August 29th, 1907, Is cancelled in so far
as relates tee thc folluwiug lots:—
Lots 7188, 7187, 7186, 71.85, 7180, 7181,
7182, 7179, 7178, 7175, 7174, 7176, 7177,
7170, 7171, 7)72, 7169, 7165,7168, 7157,
7164, 7156, 7155, 7154, 7153, E. Vi 7160,
7152, 7151, NE.1. 7158, 6040, 6041, E.'_
6042, 6038, 6038a, 0037, N.!_ 6036, 6033,
6032, 6030, 6029, 6039, 6028, W. _ 6026,
6034, 6024, 13, >_ 6019, 0019a, W. Vi 6022,
Vf.Vi 6021, 6017, Fractional W. Vi and
S.E.Vi 6014, 6014a, N.E. . 6011, S.Vi
0010, 6010a, 6009, 6009a, 6004, 6006, 6003,
5681, 5680, 5679, 5678, 5677, 6676, 5673,
7087, E.Mi 7081, Fractional N.W.Vi
7080, 7082, 7068, 7067, 7062, Fractional
.N'.W.'/i nnd Fractional N.E.Yt 7061,
7056, S.W. Vi and N.VV.'/i 7052, 7055,
5350a, 0350, 5341, 5240, 0336, N.Vi and
S.E.Vi 5337, 0335, 0349, 7000, 5347, 5340,
5344, 534,8, 5343, 5:145, 5342, 5339, 5313,
N. . and S.W. VI 5309, 0311, 5305, N.V4
5304, 7238, N.V.7228, 7223, S.W 7232,
7222, S.Vi and N.W.1. 7220, 7224, 7.33,
7221, 7210, E, ii 7214, 7216, 7212, 7210,
7208, 7207, 7204, 7206, 7211, 7203, 7202,
7201, 7200, 7209, 7198, 7190, 7196. 7206,
7199, 7197, 7100, 7194, 7193, 7192, 7191
■uui 7ISO, all in Group One, Cariboo
liistrict, which will be opened to entry
by pre-emption on tho first day of
lone, 1914, at 9 a.m. in the forenoon.
Applications will be received ut the j
office  of  the  Assistant  Commissioner [
at McBride, for one week from tlio first
day of June, after which applications
may   be   mado  at   the   office   of   the I
Assistant     Commissioner     at     Fort
Oeorge.
R. A. FENWICK,
Deputy Minister of Lands
Lands  Department,    |
Victoria, B.C.,
25th Mrach, 1914.
One of llio biggest nnd mosi
difficult sections? of railway con
6traction work in British Columbia nitty be commenced by
August or September of this
year if the Pacific Great Eastern Railway contractors act
on a plan they now have under
consideration, and start the
work of building the line from
Squamish round t.ho rocky
shore of Howe Sound to Horseshoe Bay.
Pat Welch, the general contractor, is said to have the proposition before him tit the present time for consideration.
The company is anxious to
have tho line completed into
Fort George from Vancouver
by the end of 1915. To do this
it will be necessary to make an
early start on the Howe Sound
section. Thissection is approximately thirty inilcs long.
Recently one of the railway
company's officials stated that
it was improbable that the general contractor would sub-let
any part of thut section.
It is such a- big job that the
shrewdest railway contractor
would hate to tackle it on any
except a cost and percentage
profit basi.. That work may
cost $40,000 a mile, in places it
may cost twice as much to
build,
When it is completedthis section of the railway will have
as much scenic value as any-
other sect;on of the British
Columbia railways.
The work of locating the extension, running from Fort
George to Peace River Valley,
where a connection will be made
with the Edmonton, Dunvegan
& British Columbia railway,
has been partly completed.
The location of the first hund-
dred miles north of Fort George has been settled and tlie
surveyors are now working at
various points for about 3,10
miles further north and east,
to the Alberta boundary.
London, May 22.—The suffra-
<_ftIIM_ WPTIONWs today made an attack on
JVUl .1/ QIA. 11U11 j Buckingham Palace in an attempt
  I to present a petition to the King.
Fierce skirmishing took place in
which over 1500 policemen took
part. Mrs. Pankhurst was arrested. The King watched the
fight from a window in Palace.
London, May 22.-The suffragettes caused a riot at evening
performance at His Majesty's
Theatre where the King and
Queen were attending. One
woman who had chained herself
to a seat addressed the King as
"You Russian Czar." Earlier in
the day an attack was made on
the National Art Gallery, five
valuable pictures being destroyed. At Bow Street Police Court,
where the Buckingham Palace
processionists appeared today,
was a scene of confusion. One
woman perched on the rafters
played the "Marseillaise" on a
cornet. Other women threw
bags of flour at Sir John Dickenson, the presiding magistrate;
another removed her shoe and
threw it at the magistrate, who
deftly caught it and adjourned
the court.
». .so.!* ut spring, wherfthe _«,=!,
puts on its garment of £LP aken:
fragrant air fans our f.,,„.    ', ancl
nnparc n„D„ ZZZ   raceS and (ilic
ing earth
the warm
our lungs and apVewsTvenVo'^rK,^ ®
we experience a vague undefined i_,• our hearts,
dom, for happiness, aVesire to£ the SI I f°''W
Every one you meet seems to be smil l * Bpr'**■
happiness appears to pervade evS h_an>of
warm hght of these gladsome days >h"lg ln ^
ine previous winter may have 'hp'<.. i,„ .-
and severe, but when Spring'retu.n Si*
and flowers--its warm soft bree.es , ,
the fie ds, all of this past discomlS f ^ ^" 1
new hfe » instilled in all of nature's creatuies and
Is it any wonder that we gloriously Tl ,
change from heavy woolens, the™tcoatanri tt,h,e
shoes, to the wonderfully light, free and\.__thlck
ments of the Spring and Summer season ^ gai'"
is it any wonder that we instinctively have th_ a
sire to attire ourselves in our best, in fi *de"
nature and these joyful spring days.
''esome
es
■eepmg with
Northern Lumber & Mercantile
Company, Limited
Agents for "THE HOUSE OF HOBBERLIN" made-to-order Clothing.
GENTS' I UKNISHINGS
C E. McLAUCHLIK. Sm,^
HARUWAliE
W. F. COOKE, Pro.
RUSSELL PEDEN, Vice -Pm.
The provincial government
sold 60 Mcllride townsite lots
in the first two duys of tilie
sale last weok. The lots itver-
uged §000 each. McBride is a
divisional point on the G.T.P.
98 miles oast of Port (leorge.
Some weeks ago a man named Renshaw was arrested at
Fort George by agents of the
Attorney-General,s department
on charge of selling liquor at
Mirror Landing. The d(w~"iift-
er his arrest there was a washout on the railroad and the
Port George polioo were unable
to bring him to Edmonton, so
he was released on 875 bail
nnd told to pet to Edmonton if
he could as they were unable to
take him there. He got to Edmonton, in spite of the difficulties, and came before Inspector Jennings at the Mounted
Police office, this morn ng.
Some of the,, evidence of the
nrosoeution was taken, but the
defence asked for an adjournment because two of their witnesses were not pres.nt, having
overslept yesterday morning
and missed tl_3 train from
Edson. The defence claims that
Renshaw wus in Edson at the
time he was supposed to have
sold the liquor.
—i THE CONSTRUCTION OF
The Pacific Great Eastern Ry,
On the east side of the Fraser Kiver between Prince
George ancl White's Landing (Big Prairie) means lho
opening up of the largest compact area of good farm
lands in the Fort (jeorge district. We now offer for
sale, in farms of 1G0 acres or more, the best selections
along the new railway. These lands were carefully
cruised and selected four years ago. We own ail
lands offered and give guaranteed title.
Prices the lowest and terms the best.
Special Inducements to actual settlers.
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
South Fort George, B.C.
L. R. WALKEH       ....       General Agent
Bush Fires al Coast Cause Much Damage.
Vancouver,   May   21. - Bush
tires at North Vancouver   and
Goquitlam.    Latter fire  causes
great damage,
AMERICAN PLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
;^
Hotel M
Corner Hamilton & Third
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
South FortGeorge, B.C.
Rates  $2.SO and $3
Monthly and weekly rale* oa ap.
'         pllcalon
i
Boat uf whiPH,
quurs .uui diiora
Albert Johnson, rroP.
We are the sole agents for over
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, ancl will buy for
clients at a very moderate commission.
FOR PRICKS AND TERMS WRITE, CALL OR WIRE
ESLEY
SOUTH FORT GEORGE & PRINCE GEORGE,
-J
BREAD
2 loaves for 25c
AT THE
Germae Bakery
. , ,. - ... inli'iiels to np-
ii  fnr \-ep]-mli-..r,„ tn purotinflfl tlio fnl-
riewi-li.e-el 1.-.r><!_:   fommonnln . at
PORT OF" .OF  l W|,   nTSTntCT.
I'le-.te-le-t nf Peace. THrfr
vZ.Z VT,f;r': ,,!"' '""-"l fields, of
vnr.c.n\ive>r. y.   o    logger
Plv fni
Inwlp"
n pnM WantPil nn tlio neii'tlw .st hnnU of
"» Finlay River nbout twenty-one mlles
«"-strefltn from Fort Qraham nn.l two
PI ,. £.n<1 " f'lrl.er ""I. mnrkp.l "Tl.
I . SH. rnrn.-r"; thenoo on. I R0 elinlns:
!N>nr,i nonh so ohrilnn: thenee west 80
chains: thonoe south HO ohnlns to point
of cpmmenoamentt oontalnlng 640 acres,
fT"l-|. ter If'Kfl.
fated  March   7,  11)11,
rm.n fi ,_ns.
John MacDonell, Agent.
Also Pastry and Cakes at
reasonable prices.
J. F.   CAMPBELL
civil engineer
British Columbia Land  Surveyor
Land Agent      Timber Ci-ulaer
U-presentlnir GOKE &;MgGUI_UOH, Limited
McGregor Uuilding, Third Street, SOUTU
FOHT GEORQE. B. C.
[Bfc HorseJSale
V     . by the old-established B.X. Company
I who are disposing of their horse-staire
equipment. b
180 Head of First-class Horses
weighing from 1100 to 1400 pounds.   Four to eight
years old    lhc man who knows will tell you that
only the best horses procurable are used by the B X
Here is your chance to get in and profit.
50 Sets Hand-made Harness
made by the company's saddlers at Ashcroft    This
APPLY TO 	
British Columbia Express Company
South Fort George, B.C.
REGULAR
Steamer "HAMMOND" leaves
Hamilton Avenue Wharf. Mondays
and Thursdays, at 1 p.m. for Quesnel,
Ashcroft, and all Points South   ::  ::
Steamers "OPERATOR" i""1
"CONVEYOR" leaves Hamilton
Avenue Wharf every 2nd Day as
announced on the Bulletin Boards
for all Points Soutii   ::    ::    '■'•    '■'■
Autos, stationed at  Quesnel   Issure fast   coiMicctk""
through to C. P. B. at Ashcroft.
VOV.   TICKETS   AND   INFORMATION
APPLV
Fort George Trading & Lumber ComjMJgjgfeJ
HTEAMI-R  Ol'-Je'lCI-   AND   WIIA!:!'':
FOOT   OF   HAMILTON   AVENUE-
T. G. JONES
Solicitor and Notary Public.
Fort (leorge Trufit Building,
FOHT (iEOUQD. B.C.
If MIRY M.
[RNETT
Architect and Civi1 i ^
Temporary <
-ancouver and
l'KINCK CLOU.!-
mporaryOfljw'g^eu,
Cornor_Voncoaw^j«idnb>8Bi0i "7. VlieS "3";„ "tne" north-east bank
$ffi^P?&__™_J$-2yr.
b-'s
River aooul »e.»._ .«....- -r-
?ort Graham, marked    J.
»« •; corner'" tiience east Rbains;
0   BO UI '•
eeiHleeC  he....--   -
„.ib. mo'" 01
mi chailis:  tnence west 40
loss, to'the river; tiience
„_ tue course ^.ine.river.to^iut
^uunenceiuei
julin WacUonell, Agent.
.ouo^^^uient" containing ««» «™*
 -T^ioii! LAND DISTRICT.
-1"-"' i .istrict of I'eaee Hi ier.
1 ' . 1_ tnat Wlcnael Patrick
TAKE-f Vancouver, . . U, engineer,
R>*"' , ui. .y io'' permission lo pur-
liiCfUils ,'° ?Jf owing described lanUs;
I""10 ".„_ ut a tost planted oi. tiie
^"'""".ft ban* ol ine Finlay Hiver
wrtll"e, ,,.e males up-siream irum I'ort
»"uul and one mile eust, marked
maliarn ano u COI.ner"; inence easl
"■"• ', „■ thence soutn ill chains; thence
IU chai"8'"".rl. tijonoa nortn 80 ci.alno
,Bl »« <£*"£J,mnu,Jloeuieni; containing
'   "   ■   more or less,
Iiiu "'
^ZiZtZZ-^wK™^
ti.l-  r.wi.i<_«_  -• -	
John MacDoneU, Ageni.
—TAi. GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
'' °'    district of I'enee Itiver.
1   . /llCr.   that   John   Cerr, ol
....    11   C,   longer,    IntendB     to
Vancouver.     ;.„,.„,„,,   to   purchase   the
ale.')   " ■  ■-
TAKK
••"' ..scribed lunds:   Commencing
#2 , h'.hlkI un the north-east bank
Bial .■ inlay Hiver ubout nine miles
-f I""   ..".,„,   Knrt Uruham and  two
at a nn«T niiV.Vj"" 'S"°s: Commencing
it thS Mia.vulVk n"th-east ban?
Sp-str.am &W,ltS«
mile east, marked"" C _ fiw ™?„.°.""
thence east 80 Shain_; &«« »?r_h «0
CHARLMJ CAHALIN.
  John MacDonell, Agent.
ment; containing 840'acres, more or lens.
Dated March 6. 1914.
Daniel Mccarty.
John MacDoneU, Agent.
W"'™"E '-AND  DISTRICT.   '
DiBtrict of Peace River
TAKE NOTICE tiiat Thomas Baird,
of Vancouver li. C„ shipwright, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lanas:
Commencing at a poHt planted un the
north-east bank of the Kinlay River
about eleven mllea up-stream from
Kort Oraham, marked "T B's SW corner"; thence eaat 80 chains; thence north
SO chains; thence west KO chains; thence
soutii 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less
Dated March 4, 1914.
THOMAS   BAIRD.
John MacDonell, Agent.
.■•OUT OEOROE LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Tom Snowdon,
of Vancouver, B. C, butcher, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commenoing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the finlay River about fifteen miles
up-stream from Fort Qraham and three
miles east, marked "T S.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated  March  I,  1914.
TOM  SNOWDON.
John MacDonell,  Agent.
V*u'Zi Ked"/. C.'s N.W. corner".
"""•" '"'AstTo .'halns; thence south 80
lli'T . ,1,'tit'o west 80 chains; thence
«**K io chains to point of commence-
""Z ^ntalnlng 040 acres, more or less.
"gM .-lurch 4, UK.  JQHN  CKRR
John MacDonell. Agent.
""^TaKOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
'District of 1'euce River.
t.k.- NOTICE that Michael Mc-
iJnkl of Vancouver, B. C. logger,
1 i„' ... anuly for perniission to pur-
T Z following described lands:
c,,A ina at a post planted on the
X as bank of the Kinlay River
!h_ut nine miles up-stream Irom Kort
?.?_„, nil four mlles east, marked "M.
8eD*i N W. oorner"; thence east 80
;,»iu- thence south SO chains; thence
wu. M chains; thence north 80 chain.
unoint of commencement; containing
(10 i.res. more or loss.
Wled  H"*^   McDONALD.
John MacDonell, Agent.
r.iHT OEOROE  LA.ND  DISTRICT.
Distri.:! eef I'eaee River.
TiKF NOTICE that Daniel P.
rambl-il of Vancouver, B. C, logger,
nSs w Wly f"r Permission to pur-
_h«__ the lollowing doscribed .lands:
Commencine at a  post  planted  on   the
about nine miles up-stream from Kort
rireehmn -md three miles east, marked
?D p C's SW corner"; thencc east 80
chains tiience north 80 chains: thence
west Su chains; thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
(tO acres, nu-.e eer less,
bate- Marti. <. 1914.
DANIEL P. CAMPBELL.
John  MartloneU,  Agent.
FORT GEORQE LA.ND  DISTRICT.
[inirle't of Peace River.
T.KE NOTICE that Carroll Charles,
of Vancouver, 11 C, laborer, Intenda
lo applv for te rmission to purchase the
followine/ described lands: Commencing
al a poat planled on the north-east bank
of Ibe finlay Rher about thirteen miles
up-ali.-am from Kort Oraham, marked |
«. fa N w. corner"; thence east 80
chainp: thence south 80 chains; thence
neat 10 chains, more or less, to the river;
thence folbwlna the course of the river
to point of commencement; containing
j:C' acrea, mnre or less.
March t. 1914.
CARROLL CHARLKS.
John MacDonell, Agent.
KORT   OEOROE   I.AND   DISTRICT
District of Peace River
TAKE NOTICE that Hugh ' Murray,
of Vancouver, B. C teamster, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lande; Commencing
at a post planted on tho north-east bank
of tho Finlay River about nine mlles upstream from Fort Graham, marked "H.
M.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; them ee west 80
chains; thence aouth 80 chains to point
of commencement; containiug 840 acres,
more or lew.
Dated March 4, 1914.
HUGH MURRAY.
John MacDnnell, Agent.
KVJKT  OEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred M. Rutherford, of Vancouver, B. C, salesman. Intends to apply for permission ts purchaae the following described lands:
Cummencing at a post planted on the
north-east bank uf the Finlay River
about fifteen miles up-stream from Fort
Orahem and two miles east, masked "W.
M. R.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80
chains; thence north 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
840 acres, more or less.
Dated March _, 1914.
WILFRED M. RUTHERFORD.
John MacDonell, Agent
DUNCAN Mc .ILLVART.
John MacDoneU, Agent
FOHT  OtX)ROE  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Sidney Kearney,
of Vanoouver, B. c, cooke, intends to
apply for permission to purchaae the
following described lande: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east baak
of the Finlay River about eleven miles
up-stream from For.t Graham and Uve
miles east, marked "S. K.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chaina; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 ucres, more or less.
Dated March 4,  1914.
SIDNEY KKARNKT.
John MacDoneU, Agent.
FOHT  GEORGE  LA.ND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKB NOTICE that Findlay Robertson, of Vancouver, B. C, bridge-man, in-
I tends to apply for permisaion to purchase the following described lands:
Commeneing at a post planted on tiie
north-east bank of the Finlay Rlvar
about seventeen mllea up-stream from
Fort Graham and marked "F. R's B.W.
comer": thence eaet 86 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thenca west 88 ehains;
thenoe south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 840 acres, more
or less.
Dated March «, 1914.
FINDLAT ROBERTSON.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  OEOROE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE" that Charles Werner,
of Vancouver, B. C, tlmber-faller, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lanas:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-east bank of tho Finlay River
about nine miles up-stream from Fort
Graham and three mlles east, marked
"C. W.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west Bt chains; thence north 80 chains
to point of commencement; oontalnlug
640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 4, 1914.
CHARLES WERNER,
John MacDonell, Agent.
Fl»RT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Buchanan, of Vancouver, B. C, miner. Intends
to apply for permission to purohase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay Rlvcr about thirteen mlles
UP-stream from Fort Graham and one
mile east, marked "T. B.'s N.W. corner ,
thence east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 cnains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March _,  1914.
THOMAS BUCHANAN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace  River.
TAKK NOTICE that Davis Donaldson,
of Vancouver, B. C, painter, Intends to
apply for permiaslon to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
nf the Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and two
mllea east, marked "D, D.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence enutn
80 chains: thence wsst 80 chains: ti_»i.ce
north 80 chains to point of cniumence-
ment; containing 640 acrea, more or less.
Dated March 6,. 1914.
DAVIS  DONALDSON,
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT GIXJRGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace  River.
TAKF. NOTICE that Harry N. Chenier,
of Vancouver, B. C. painter, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase tha
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about tlfteen miles
up-Btream from Fort Oraham and one
mile eaet. marked "H. N. C.'s S.W. corner';; thenoe east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thenee
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March   . 1914.
HARRY N. CHENIER.
John MacDonell. Agent
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
Distrtct of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE Bthat Frank Charles
Noi-beck, of Vancouver, B. C, broker, Intends to apply for permls .on to pur-
chase tbe following ilescribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted on tbe
north-east bank of the Finlay River
about fifteen miles up-stream from Fort
Graham, marked "F. C. N.'s S.W. oorner"; thence eaat 86 chaina; thence north
It ehatna; thenoe west 10 ohalna; thenca
south 86 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 5, 1814.
FRANK CHARLBS NORBECK.
John MacDonell, Agent
FORT OEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Charlea J. Hgg-
ley, of Vancouver. B. C, construction
foreman, Intende 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 eleven miles up-stream from Fort
Graliam and four mllea east, marked
"C. J. E.'s N.W. corner,"; thenoe east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains; thenc*
weat 86 chains; thence aorth It chain*
to point of commencement; containiug
640 acres, more or lesa.
Dated March 4, 1914.
CHARLES J. HOOLEY.
John MacDoaell, Agant
Dated March 6, 1914.
OEOROE BLATCHFORD.
John MaeDonell, Agent
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKB NOTICE that Jamas W. Flaherty, ef Vancouver, B. ll, superintendent. Intend* to apply tor permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a peat planted on th*
nor(h-eaat bank of the Finlay River
about tlfteen mllea up-stream from Fort
Graham and four miles eaat, marked
"J. W. F.'a N. W. corner": these*
east 60 chaina; thenc* aouth 10 chains;
thence weat 86 chains; thence nortb 86
cbains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres,  more or less.
Dated March.6,  1614.
JAMES W. FLAHERTY.
John MacDonell, Agent.
"t_ln.ng~48_ acres. t*n» or i«»
Dated  March «^«V dWj«BK. . ,
John
fi&5SfBW
1-OBT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKB NOTICE that John Cockton, of
Vancouver, B. C master mailner. Intend* to apply for permission to purchas* th* following described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on the
north-east bank af the Finlay River
about fifteen mile* up-stream from Fort
Oraham and one mil* tast, marked "J.
C.'s'N.w. comer"; thenee east 10 chsins,
thtnee south It chains; thence west 86
ohalna; thenc* north 10 chain* to point
ef commencement, ooatalnlag 646 acres,
mor* or leaa
Dated Maroh  8, 1114.
JOHN COCKTON.
John  MaeDonell, Agent.
FORT OEOROE feAND DI8TWCT.
to purchas. th* *«»Iowlaf *g*y£
land*: CommencInt •«;«• W,£„ S»i?
the north-eaat bank of th* Finlay W™r
about twenty-on. mMajs up:rtr»m fre-
Fort Graham, and nutod B- »• \SAZ_i
comer"; th.nee *a»t » *•'"• 5? l£I
south 86 chains, mor* or U«^W «3
rlv*r; thenc* foltewlWT j£j£'"£j?!
th* river to point of eomra*nc*i»*«.
containing 166 acrtj. mora or mh.
Dated March 7, Ul^ ^orBR
John MacDolMl.  A<M»t
. _>RT OEOROE LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet of Peace Rivtr.
TAKK NOTICE that William Smith, *f
Vancouver, B. C, teamster, Intenda to
apply for permission te purohaae the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted en th* a*rth-*ast bans
of the FlBlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from FV>rt Oraham and tw*
miles east, marked "W. S.'l S.W. corner";, thenc* eaat 86 «• .alas; thane* north
80 chains; thenca w*at It chains; thenc*
south It ohalna te point of commencement; eontaining 640 acre*, mor* »r less.
Dated March 6, 1114.
WILLIAM  SMITH.
J*hn  MacDoaell,  Agant.
FORT OEOROB LAND DIBTBICT.
f.4nd.0,toV^yuvSv WilJgrSr jg:
cha™ th. following d.Hrlb.* lands.
Commencing at a PO»t *<•"«•* °^,AJJ
north.east banH of th. FMW V™
ab*ut tw.nty-o«* mtlH •>£-■"••» ***
Kort Oraham and on* ">'}o •»<• a WJ
ter eaat marked "J- MeD. ■ N.W. e«r-
n«r"; thence *Mt l» «•>»*»■;. ffJSJJ
south 80 chain*; th-Mie* w*»t M «"•"?:
thence north 16 ehajna to PoJMof cam-
mefw.«m«nt; eontalnlnf M0 hih. mor»
"eJK Mareh T^g^ M<(DOKAU,.
FORT GEORGE LAND  DIBTRICT,
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Martin a Lund,
of Vancouver, B, C, oh*f, Intend* to
apply for permisaion to purchaae th*
following described land*: Commeacing
at a poal planted on the north-eaat bank
of the Finlay Biver about seventeen
mllet up-stream from Fort Oraham and
five mlles eaet, marked "M. O. L.'* S.W.
comer; these. Mat 86 chains; theno.
north 10 chaina; theno* tail 86 chains:
theaee touth It ohalns to point of commencement; containing 646 acres, mon
er lesa.
Dated Marcli (, 1614.
MARTIN O. LUND.
John MacDonel.  Agent.
FORT  OEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Oeorge Nash, of
Vancouver, B. C, tailor, Intends to ap-
FORT OKORGB LAND DISTRICT.
Diatrlct ef Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Joha Stevenson,
of Vancouver, B. C, bollerraaker, intends
ply for permission to purchaae the fol-1 to apply for 'permission to purohase the
'"'"  J —-"-••  '--•-■ " -_..-- .. f0||0WjW described lands: Commencing
at a poet planted on th* north-east bank
of the Finlay River about seventeen
mUes up-stream from Fort Oraham and
four mlles east, marked "J. S.'s S.W. corner"; thenc* aast 16 chaina; thence north
80 chains; thence west 10 chain*; thenct
south 10 chaina to point of commencement; containing 640 acrea, mors or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
JOHN STEVENSON.
John MacDoneU, Agent
FCRT  '!•""IIOE   I.AND  DISTRICT.
Mstrlct of Peace River.
TvKE NOTICE that Angus McOll-
livary. of Vnncouver, B. C. miner, intends tn apply for permission to purchnse the feellowlnif described lands:
Commiem-inc at a post planted on the
rorth.p/iM lennli of tho Finlay River
about eleven miles up-stream from Fort
Oraham hi: . two miles eaet, marked "A.
MrO-« p \v eorner": thence east 80
(halns: thenee north 80 chains; thence
teal so i-lieilns; thonce south 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
111 iirr.-H. more or less.
Dnteeel  March   4.   1914.
ANGUS   McOII.LIVARY.
John MacDnnell, Agent.
TORT OBORQH  I.AND  DISTHICT.
I'lHtrlct of Peacc Rlvcr.
TAKENOTICE   thnt   James   J.   Lou-
Ion, of  Vancouver,   II.   C,   logger,   Inland* tee apply   for  permission   to  purchase   the   following   (lescribed   lnnds:
CommmrinK  at   a  post  plnnted  on   the
""rth-east hank    of    Ihe  Finlay  River
limit nine  miles  up-stream  from   Kort
Jeraham   and   two   mlles   east,   marked
' J   L.'s H.W, enrner"; thence east 80
Ih were n..rth 8a chains; thence west 80
(halns; thence south 80 ehnins to point
«r cnmmeiienmenl; containing 640 acres,
moro or less,
listed March 4, 1914.
JAMFR .7. LOUDON.
John MacDonell, Agent,
K'UtT
TAKK
Morrow
Intenda
(hasp i
Co mmm
"orth-en
about n
Onhnm
J. M's
(halns-
*«»t _
lo palm
IK'ae.,
tiat.,1
OK .ROE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Ulslrlet nf Teacc River.
NOTICE   thnt   Malcolm James
of   Vnncouver,    B.  C.,  logger,
i'i apply for permission to pur-
ie    following    descrihed   lands:
ring at a  post  planled  on  the
sl   lmnk   nf   the   Finlay     River
Ine  miles  up-strenm  from  Kort
and one mllc east, marked "M
S.W.   corner":   thence   eaet   80
ihenee nnrth 80 chains; th.nre
'''"Ins;  thence south  80 chains
"i  commencement;  containing
a  ninri! or less.
March   4.   1914.
MALCOLM JAMES MORROW.
John  MacDonell.   Agent.
■"OUT OEOROE  LAND  ! .STRICT.
TAiru. I"kr\,\ "' rmcf "Iver.
Vine*,,- N0TJCH th"t Joe llrnwen, of
apnlv _,\"r' ' . 9" lnK«ter, Intends to
lo.hi,. I """''""Ion to purchase Ihe fol-
a no si ,',"K';rM,"d lands: Commencing at
t . i'i. i "'".'_ "" ,he north-east bank of
llream . y ,- r "hnllt nine miles .up-
msi „.""!1 _.'"'' Crahnm and four miles
Hence «..!_. _'''; "'" 8 W' corner":
rhalns    ,, chains:  thenco north  80
«"uth «n    .".*"   wcst   M  chnins;   thence
nent  .-,,;....     i_ "0,n'  of commence-
Dated   11_    I* ?<0 l"'ro"' more or less.
""HI   Mnrch   4,   1914.
JOB 1-Ttr.WFN.
^____^ John MncDonell. Airent.
FK>RT OEOROE  LAND DIBTRICT.
Diltrict  of  Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph Morgan,
of Vancouver. R. C, miner, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post nlanted on the north-east bank
of the Fli lay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and three
mllea east, marked "J. M.'s N.W. corner"; thenco eaet 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence west 80 chsins; thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement; conlaining 640 acre*, more or less.
Dated March 5, 1914.
JOSKPH MORGAN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
lowing described lands: Commencing at
a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about fifteen miles
tnd a half up-stream from Fort Graham,
marked "O. N.'s 8.13. corner"; thence
north 40 chaina; thence weat 80 chains,
more or less, to the river; thence following the course of the river to point
of commencement; containing 320 acres,
more or les*.
Dated March I, 1914.
OEOROE NASH.
John MacDonell, Agtnt.
-VRT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District   of Peact River.
TAKE NOTICE that John P Smith, of
Vancouver, B. C, bricklayer, Intend* to
apply   for  permission   to  purchase   the       ...      __ ._ 	
following described lands: Commencing I commencing af a post planted on the
at a rost planted on the north-east bank | north-eust bank of the Finlay Rlter
of   the   Kinlay   River   about   seventeen, about  seventeen mlles   up-stream from
FUR? GKORGK  LAND  DISTRICT.
Diatrlct of Peace Rivtr.
TAKE NOTICB that Jamea Sutherland, ef Vancouver, B. C, painter. Intend* to apply for permission ta purchaae th* following desoribed lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on th*
north-east bank of th* Finlay Rivtr
about, thirteen mllea up-stream from
Fort Oraham and four toll** tast marktd "J. S.'a 8.W. aorntr"; thtnet tast 16
chains; thence nortb 16 ohalna; thane,
wast 81 chains: thence south II chains
to point of commencement; containing
646 aeres, more cr It**.
Dated March I, 1114.
JAMBS SUTHERLAND.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT OEOROB LAND DIBTBICT.
District of P«ea_WT*r.
TAKB NOTICE that 8t*ph*» CjUWf-
b»H. of Vancouver. B. C,lHI«, •"»«••
to apply for p.rmlMloB to KSSSSSSJiSi
following described landa: Cw»i"J,2jf
at a poat planted en we "orth-eart »M»
of tht Flslay Hirer about «W£»Ln2J_
miles op-etreew from Fort Orrtam'aBd
a ejuarter ef a mile eaat ""*M:'.
C.'a N.W. *orn*r"; th*ne* *Mt •• •Jj*"**'
theoce eouth 10 chain*: «i*l-ee •••**•
chaini. thenct north 10 chain* to »6*n«
ef commencement; containing Ht mnm
mere  or   less.
*" STEPHEN CAMPBELL.
John MaeDonell. A»e»-t
FORT OEOROE  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph White-
man, of Vancouver, B. C. logger, intenda
to apply for permiaslon to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on ths north-east bank
of tht Finlay Rivtr about thirteen mllea
up-ttream from. Port Oraham and three
mlles east, marked, "J. w.'s S.W. corner"; thtnee eaet 86 chaina; thence north
10 chaina; thenoe west 10 chains: thenc*
■outh 86 chain* to point of commenc*-
mint; containing 640 acrts, mart or Its*.
Dattd March 8,  1614.
JOSEPH WHITBMAN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
PORT OEOROE LAND PISTBICTt
Diatrict of P*aee Hl»er._       '
TAKE NOTICE that Thoma* Doyle.ef
Vancouver, B. C, teamster. Intend* te
apply for permission to purchaae the
following daecrlbed landa: Commencing
at a peat planted on the north-eaat bank
of the Flnlar Rl»*r about nineteen mile*
u»-etrtam from Pert Oraham and half
a mile east, marked "T. D/e B.W. eor.
ner"; thtnee eaat M chain*; thenee north
16 chaina; thenee weat I* ehalne: thenc*
eouth 80 chain* to point of commence.
meet; containing 140 acre*, mor* er leec
Dated March I, 1»1«.	
THOMAS   DOYLE.
John MaeDonell, Agent
FORT GBOROE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Thoma* Adam
Andersen, ef Vaneouver, 8. C. oarpea*
ter, intends to apply tor permlealeo ta
nurchase the following described lands:
PORT  OEOROE  LAND  DISTHICT.
District  of  Peaco  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Hyland,
of Vancouver, B. C, logger. Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commonclng
at a post nlanted on the nQrth-imst bank
of the Kinlay River nbout thirteen miles
up-strenm from Kort Oraham and four
miles east, marked "P. H.'s N. W. corner"; thence oast SO chains; thence snuth
80 chains; thonce west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chnins tn point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated  March 8, 1914.
PETER   HYLAND.
John MacDonell, Agent.
miles up-stream from Port Oraham,
and marktd "J P. 8.'s N.W. corntr";
thence test 80 chalnt; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains, more fr
less, to the river; thence following the
course of the river to point of commencement: containing 640 acrea, mor*
or less.
Dated March (, 1914.
JOHN  P.  SMITH.
John MacDonell, Agent.
.\>RT OEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Charles B. West-
ley, of Vancouver, B. ... logger, intends
to apply for permission to purehase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about seventeen
mile* up-stream from Fort Graham and
one mile east, marked "C. B. W.'s N.W.
corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains to poln^ of eom.«
mencement; containing 640 acres, more;
or lens.
Dated  March I, 1914.
CHARLES B. WESTLKT.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
I' ort Oraham and twe mtlea eaat, marked
"T. A. A.'e N.W. corner"; thenoe east
80 chains; thence south 10 chains; tbence
west 80 rhalns; thenee north 80 chains
to polnl of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or lees.
Dated March I, 1914.
THOMAS ADAM ANDERSON.
John MacDoneU, Agent
FORT OEOROE I.AND DISTRICT.
Diatrlct of Peaoe River.
TAKE NOTICE that Henry  W.   Me-
! Oregor,   of   Vanoouver,   B.   c„   timber
j cruller, Intend* to apply for permlaalon
'to   purebase    th*   following   described
lands:   Oommereing  et  a post  planted
Ion  the north-eaat  bank of the  Finlay
River about a*T*nte*a mile* up-stream
I from Port Oraham and two milts east
j marked   "H.   W.   MoO.'s   S.W,   corner :
■thenc. eaat 86 ehalns: thence north 10
ohalna;   thenee  weet  10  cliains;   thenee
south 86 chaina to point of commencement: detaining 646 acres, more er lesa.
Dated March t, 1614.
KKXHT W. MoOR 1*K>R.
Joha MacDonell, Agent.
PORT  OEOROE   LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  reaco  River.
TAKE NOTICE lhat Edward M. Oliver, of Vaneouver. B. C„ printer. Iniends
lo apply for permission to purchase the
followlim; described lands: Commencing
at a re.st planted on the north-east bnnk
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Kort Oraham and Ova
mlleB onst, marked "E. M. O.'s N.W. corner"; thence enst 80 chains: thence south
80 chains; thence west 80 chaina; thence
north 80 chains to print of commence-
meit; containing 64. acres, more or less.
Dated March 6, 19'. 4.
KDWARD M. OLIVER.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
KOItT  OEOROE   LAND  DISTRICT.
District   of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE thai John Shaw, of
Vancouver, B. C. gardener. Intends lo
apply for permission to purchase the
following described Innda: Commencing
at a poet planted on Ihe norlh-east bank
of the Kinlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fori Oraham and live
miles casl, marked "I. H's S.W. corner !
thence east 80 chainB; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement: conlaining 840 acrea, more or less.
Dated March % 1914. johns!(aw
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
1 _;.".".. '"VND "'STRICT.
TAKP wTw^' ?"""• R'v'r.
" W,u ,.'Cn ,hat Th<,m"« *"«>»•
'"ontlv ,r _ "; ';• '"horer, Intends
'"Unnip „p"™ls",nn to purchase the
" " Pesl nlnni.*1 1.".n'": Commencing
"' ". V ni, .n. on ,n" north-MiM hank
""■"tre . trom ,-r fbSut nln«teen miles
l"""» n. I A,. nrt a™hnm nnd three
Mv "nrn."r..hHl' tun, marked "T. W..S
"••nee Horn, 'o„th.''™ east 10 chains:
rl,»|ns- thenr." ..l,Bln"l lh«nce west 80
" fnlnt „e"' ,h''nc» """th 80 chains
'", «to» ,,„"mm'n(-«mcnt;  containing
■»ii Mnrch 0, 1914
TH .MAR  WILSON.
—.   J"hn MncDonell. Agent.
PORT
^crNT
_m,f; !;ANn'district.
T*K.    v '    ' nf ^0"c', "Ivor.
v»n«mver     in'   ,hat M"lv|n °'". of
«nMv  _.  _"'  '.--   teamster,  Intenda  tn
!""iv for _. ," teams'
!."<*ln. (lSjnJiS,0I> ln Purchase the
n " ""'i Mint.a*. '..nd": Commencrng
„"'" ''Iii Iv\u ?" V'" north-enst hunk
Z'i1"""!"! frnm SI ".''"J.'1 "'""teen miles
. _.'" '""1 ' iTie rt. arnh«m »nd two
m v "''in..-'- ,r Pnst' marked "M O's
ffiM north' >n '."'. """t 8(l chains:
„. In": thei... ,;'l,"ln»l thence west 80
J r"'"ine„ . ._,A,","ih «" chnins to point
""ore 0P |"BVme"t; containing «40 acres,
aU:i MtJoh  4,  19,4.
MELVIN OILL.
■'"hn MacDonell, Agfht,
IiVIRT  OEORGE   I.AND  DISTRICT.
District   of  Peace  River
TAKE NOTICE that Bert Hoots, sr
Vancouver, B. c clgar-maker, intehi to
apply for permission to purchase the
fallowing described »nd»l Co mine ncing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
uu^rfVomKi^«-N«:
men"; containing 840 acres, more or less.
Dated March I, 1614, bkrt W)TR
John MacDonell, Agent
TORT OHOHGK LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
takr NOTICE that Paul Roy. of
VeTluver, K cook Intend, to apply
for permission to Purchase the following
described lands: Commencing st a post
plnnled on the nor h-;jst bank or ine
Finlav   River   about   fifteen   »«■   "J
Sf^:m^m
Dated March 6. 19M.      pATI,, hoy.
John  MacDonell, Agem.
le.lItT  OEOROB  LAND  DISTRICT,
™"««'53;i«
of Vnncouver, g. 0.. l»»ourer ^w
apply   for   l'''""'""0^^^ Commencing,
following d. scribed Ij""^^,™ Jt bnnk I
^?rtnP^lRV*'XtnnMnml^j
TORT GEORGE LA.ND DISTRICT.
District   of  Peace  Rlvei*.
TAKE NOTICE lhat Hartford B. See-
ley, of Vancouver, B. C, miner, Intende
to apply for permission to purchase the
following deacrlbed lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east pank
ef the Kinlay River about eleven ijiliea
■ p-strnim from Kort Oraham and one
mile east, marked "H. B. S.'s N.W. .corner"; thence easl 80 chains: thonce snuth
80 chains; thence wost 80 chains; thance
north 80 chains tn point of commencement; containing 610 acrea, more or lea*.
Dated March  4,  1914.
HARTFORD B. SESLEY.
John MaeDonell, Agent.
TORT OEOROE  LAND DISTRICT.
District  of Peaco  River.
TAKE NOTICE that John Noyes, of
Vancouver, B. C, miner, Intends to apply fur permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted on th* north-east bank
of the Finlay River about eleven miles
up-slream from Kort Oraham and two
mllee east, marked "J. N.'s N.W. corner"; thence cast 80 ehalns; thence south
80 cbains; theuce west 86 chains; thence
norlh 80 chains to pnint of commencement; containing 840 acres, more or lees.
Dated March 4, 1814.
JOHN NOYES.
John MacDonell. Agent
POHT OHOROK LAND DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKK NOTICE that Freeman William
Ferguson, of Vancouver, B. C„ com-
merrlul traveller, Intends to apply for
permieelon to purchass the following
described lande: Commencing at a post
plnnted on the north-east bank of the
Kinlay River aboul eleven mile* upstream from Kort Oraham and three
miles east marked "P. W. P.'e N.W. coruer": thenc* eaat 80 chains; thenre south
10 chsins; thence west 80 chaina: thence
aorth 10 chain* to point of commencement; containing 146 acree. more er leoe.
Dated March 4, 1614
FREEMAN WILLIAM PHROITSON,
John MaeDonell, Agent.
I'ORT OEOROB LAND DISTRICT.
Distrtct of Pesce River.
TAKB NOTICU that William Merrl-
eon. of Vancouver, R. 0., miner, Intend*
to apply for permission to purehase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east hank
cf the Plnlay River about seventeen
niles up-stream from Port Oraham and
hree miles east, marked "W. M.'s S.W.
rorner": tbence east 10 chains; thence
north 10 chains; thence west 86 chaina;
thenco south 86 rhalna to point of eommencement; containing 140 acrea, more
or less.
Dated March 1, 1614.
WILLIAM  MORRISON.
John MacDonell, Airent
FOHT OEOROB LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE that Duncan McOllll-
vary, nf Vancouver, B. C, logger, Intends
to npply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post plnnted on the north-enst bank
of lho Plnlay River about eleven miles
up-stream from Port Oraham and livs
miR. eon, narkM *n. M_0.'s N.'.V.eet*
PORT OEOROB LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKB NOTICB that Joseph White, of
Vanoouver, B. C, labourer, Intends te
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-eaat bank
of the Finlay River about seventeen
miles up-stream from Fort Oraham and
three mlles east, marked "J. W.'a N.W.
corner": thence east 60 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 86 chains;
thence north 16 ehalne to point of commencement; coatainlng 640 aeres, more
or leas.
Dated Mareh 4,  1114.
JOSEPH   WHITE.
John MacDonell, Agent
FORT OBOROE LAND DISTRICT.
Distriet of Peaoe River,
TAKB NOTICE thet Henry Efgley. ef
Vaneouver, B. C, Ironworker. Intenns
te apply far permission to purchase the
-following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on Ihe north-eaat bank
of the Finlay River about eeventee.
mllee up-stream from Porl Oraham and
four miles aast marked "IT. K's N.W.
coruer"; thenee eaet 86 ehalns; thence
south 86 chains; thenre west 88 ehalne;
thence north 86 ehalns to paint ef commencement; contain ing 646 acrea, more
or less.
Dated March «, 1614.
HBNRT BHJOLET.
John MacDonell,  Agenl.
PORT OBORGB LAND DISTRICT.
Dietrlet ef Peace Itiver.
TAKR NOTICB tbat Archie Buchanan,
of Vancouver, & C, steam-shovel foreman, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on Ine
north-eeat bank of tbe Unlay Rivet
about eeventren miles up-stream from
Porl 'Oraham and live mil** eaat marked "A. B.'a N.W. oorner": thenc* eaat
80 chains: thenre south 10 rhalns: thence
west 16 chains; thence nortb 16 cliains
I* point of comeienusinent; containing
640 acre*, mere or lesa
Dated March 6. 1114.
ARCM.B  BII OH -NAM.
Jehn MaoDoi .1 . Agenl
FORT OEOROB LAND DISTRIOT.
District of Peaue River.
TAKR NOTICB that John Anderson,
of Vancouver, B. C, hod-carrier, Intend*
to apply for permlaalon to purchase the
following deacrlbed lande: Commencing
at a poet planted on the novth-east bank
of th* Plnlay River about thirteen mile*
up-stream from Port Oroharo and one
mile eaet marked "J. A.'s S.W. eorosr":
thenee east 10 ehalns; thence north 10
chaina; theuee west 10 cliains; thence
sonth II obelus to point of commencement containing 646 acres, mere or lesa
Dated March I, l»U.	
JOHN ANDBTWON.
John MacDenell. Agent
FOUT OEOROB LAND  DISTRICT.
Dietrict of Peaoe River.
TAKE NOTICE that Patrick J. Dene-
hoe, of Vaneouver, 0. C, architect intende te apply for permission te purchase the following described lande:
Commencing al a post planted on tha
north-east bank ef the Finlay River
about seventeen mllee up-stream from
Kort Oraham and one mile eaat marked
"P. J. D.'e S.W. corner"; theeee aast 16
chains: theaee nerth 16 ehalne: thence
west tt chains; thenee eouth 10 ehalne
to point of commencement; eentalaiag
140 acrea more or leec.
Dated March «.  1114.
PATRICK J. DONOHOR
John MaeDonell, Agent
PORT  OEOROB LAND  DISTRICT.
Dietrict of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICB that Joseph Keoelw.
of Vancouver, B. C, logger, Intenda to
apply for permission to purchase th*
following described lande: Commencinf
at a post planted oh the north-eaat book
of the Plnlay River obout twenty-one
mllee up-stream from Fort Oraham «><_
two miles and a tarter enat, starved "'
K.'e N.W. comer": thence enat 14 chains;
thence aouth 10 chaina: thence Weet 60
rhalns: thence north 10 ehnins to point
of commencement; containing (60 acre*
more or leaa.
Dated   March  7. W4I
JOSEPH KOMIIBII.
John MaeDonell. Agent.
FuHT  OEOROB I.AND DISTRUTT
District of Peace River.
TAK?. NOTICE that William Morrill,
ef Vancouver, B. C, locomotive engineer, Intende to apply for permlaalon tc
purchase th* following dooerlbed lands.
Commeacing at a poet plnntod on the
north-east bank of tho Finlay Rlvir
about twenty-one mllee up-Btream frcn
Port Oraham aad three mllee and a
quarter east, marked "W. M.'o N.W. enrner": thance eaet 10 ohalna, thoneo ooutt
16 chaina; thence weet 10 ehalne; thoneo
north 86 chains to point of common up'
ment: containing M0 aores, mora or loo*.
Datsd March 7, llll.
WILLIAM MORRILL.
Jehn MaeDoneH. Agent.
FORT OEOROB LAND DISTRICT.
Dietrlet of Peac* River.
TAKB NOTICT thet Arthnr I. Percy,
of Vancouver, B. C. broker, intende to
epply for permlaalon to purchaae the
following described lande: Commeneing
et a poat plantod on the north-east bank
of the Plnlay River ehnut fifteen miles
up-stream from Port Oraham, marked
"A. 8. P.'e N.W. eeener"; thenee eaet .10
ehalne; theaee ooutb 10 ehalne; thenee
weet 16 ehalne. more er lese, te the
river; thenee following the couree of the
river te point ef commencement; containing 486 aeren. mere er lese.
Dated March I, 1614.
ARTHUR 9.  PHBCT.
John MaeDonell, Agent
PORT OEOROB  LAND DISTRICT.
Dietrlet of Peace Rlv.r.
TAKR NOTICB that David _U_r, et
Vaocouaor, B. C tenmeter, Intende to
following deacrlbed landa: Commencine
at a poet planted on the sorth-saet bank
apply for penaladon to purohaae the
of the Plnlay River about thirteen mile*
up-etrenm frem Port Oraham. and
marked "D. B.'a SW. corner"; theaee
eaat II chain; thenct norlh II ehaint;
theno* weet II ohelne, more or leee, to
the river;  thenoa following tbe ooorst
£f tht river to polet of commencement;
snulning 146 acre*, more or leee.
Dated Marab », 1*14.
DAVID BLDBR.
John MacDoaell Agent.
FORT OBOROE LAND DISTRICT.
Distrtct of Peace Rivor.
TAKB NOTICB that Vertion D. Dennl-
eon, of Vancouver. B. C... broker, Intends
to apply for permlsolon to purehase the
following deeeribed lands: Commencing
si a post planted on the north-east hank
of the Plnlay River about dfteen mlles
up-etream from Port Oraham and two
mllee east, marked "V. D. D.'s N.W.
oorner"; thence eaat 86 ehalns; th wire
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thenoe north 66 ehalne to point of commencement; containing 140 acrea, more
or  leaa.
Dated March 6, 1114.
VBRNON D. DBNNISON.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
PORT flPOROB LAND DISTRICT.
District of Pear* River.
TAKB NOTICB thet Thonwe Thome-
eon, of Vancouver. B. C, olerk, Intends
lo tj vlv for permission to purchae* th*
following daecrlbed lande: Commencing
at a poet planted oo the north-tatt bans
of tht Plnlay Kiver ahout twtnly-ont
miles up-strenm from Port Oraham and
four milu aod a quarter eaet marked
"T. T.'e S.W. oorner"; thence eatt 86
chains: theno* north 16 chains; thence
weet 86 chaise; tbence eoutb 86 chains
te polpt ef eeoimeecemeat; oontalnlng
646 acree, more or leee.
Dated Mareh 7. 1614.
THOMAS THOMPSON.
John MacDoaell. Agent.
PORT OBOROK LAND DISTRICT.
District ef Peace River.
TAKE NOTICB that Oeorge Blatoh-
ford, of Vancouver, B. C, engineer, Intends to apply for permission to pur-
ohaee Ihe following described lauds:
Commencing at a poat planted on the
north-east   bank   of the   Plnlay   RJ»*r
■tt&ra tm&_?___t%&
PORT OHOROB LAND DISTRICT.
Distriot ef Peace River.
TAXR  NOTICB   that  Patrick   James
MrOerern, of Vaneouver,  B.  C,  teem-
ater, Intends lo apply for permit slew io
purchase the following deeeribed lands:
Commencin . at a post planted on the
north-east bank of the Plnlay Rivet
ahnut nineteen miles up-etream from
Pert Oraham and one mile end a half
eaet, marked "P J. McO.'e B.W. corner";
theoce east 80 ehalne; thencc north 86
chains; thenre west 16 (ihains; thence
eouth 80 ehalne te point ef commencement, coatainlng 646 acres, more or leee.
Dated  March   6,   1614.
PATRICK JAMBS McOOVBRN.
John MacDoneU, Agent.
TORT OEOROB  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKB NOTICE that August Delrten,
of Vancouver, B. C, 000k, Intende to
apply for permieelon to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bonk
of the FUdoy Rlrer about nineteen mile*
-W7ri_._ tm Fkrt Bntbam, ___ ggprt.
PORT OEOROB LAND DISTRIC-..
District of Peace River.
TAKR NOTICB thnt Oeorgo Hamilton,
of Vanoouver, B. C. bricklayer, intende
to apply for permlaalon to purchaae tho
following deeeribed land*: Commmchur
al a poet planted en the north-eaat tank
ef the Plnlay Rlrer nbout twenty him
mlleo up-etream from Pert Orahgrn nnd
four mile* and * quarter eaet. marked
"O. H.'e N.W. eorner"; thenee eaat 86
ehalne; thence eouth 80 ohalna; thenc*
weat 80 ehalne: thenco north go ehalne
lo point of eommencement; eontalnlr*
640 ncrea, more er le**.
Dated  Merch 7,  1114.
OEOROE HAMILTON.
John MaeDonell. Agent
PORT OEOROE LAND DIDTRTCT
Distritt ef Peace Rlv.r.
TAKB NOTICE that Hugh .r.\f>
Main, of Vancouver, B. C. tcascst-v t
tende to apply for permissinn re nv ••-.(.
Ihe following deeeribed lands: .« .
mencing at poet plnnted on the ron'
etst baak of the Plnlay ttlvw *he>iu
nineteen mile* up-etream from Fort
Oraham and Are mile* and a hair tar*
marktd "H. 8. M.'* N.W. corner': thenee
eaet 16 chelns; thenc* iouth I* ekalar,
thenee wool 10 chain* .-thenee north 10
ehalne to point of commencoment; re*,
talnlng 146 ace* moro or loo*.
Dated Men fi «   114.
HDOH SMITH MMM
lohn  Ma.Donell.   AgeM
PORT OEOROB LAND DIRTR!""
Dietrict of Pear* nivw.
TAKB NOTir-B that William W!>,....
of Vaneeuver. B. C, laborer. Ir,«!n.,i» .
apply for permlaalon to purchase t».
following deeeribed lande: CV>mm»t<r!re«
il Ap_? r.1*" __? on _»• »orth.*».et •**■_.
ef the Fiedler River ahnut nineteen mih*
£!nlif__.,5 frtD>''•M Ornhnm nnd tl-rw
mllje end a half eaet, marked "V IV .
N.W. eorner"; thenoe eaet 10 c«.a>r,
'hece-e tnuth 10 ehalne: th*vee w,.t ,«.
ehaint: thtnee north I* ehalns to .. ■•■•
of commencement; containing tie »_ .<r-
mere er leee.
Dated Mareh t, 1*16.
WH.7.TAM. WIT."•"•■
John Me .IVth-V
PORT OEOROE LAND DTHT!.' •■?
Dietrict of Pear* n»Ver
TAKB  NOTICB  that  Willi-. ..   Hi is
kerUln. of Vaneouver,  B.  CV, tab." re"
rhae*   the   following   describe*     He V
eerth-tsst   bank   nf  the   Plnlay     .!« .-
»w?'_lilh^LM'^.aInJ1,■ "P;*"*"1 "»*
rort oraham and four mile* aad a h*'»
eeot. marked "W, (V» N W eorn<<v-
theoce eaet 80 ehalns: thenee *outh I*
8h!lS,:.«t,,t1":* W.M« »° <"•■•■•: "hn"
»£?• ^.?^V1._.t._.'K,,M °' •«m'~*r*e!
moot: containing 040 acre*, more or leee.
Dnted March 0, 1014.
WILLIAM CHAMfeRRLAIW.
John MncDonell, Agent
FOHT OFOROE LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River
TAKE NOTICB that Jam** Ore.a. of
Ve««_uv.r. B. c, tanmeter, intende le
apply for permieelon to pnreheae th*
following deeeribed land*: Oommenetnf
at a peat planted on th* north-eoot bank
of th* Plnlay River nbout nineteen
mllee up-stream frem Fort Oraham and
one mile and a half east, marked "J. O.'*
N.W. corner"; thenee enat 80 chaina;
thence eouth 60 chain*; thence weet 60
chains: thenc* north 80 ehalne to point
of commencement; containing 646 acre*,
more or lese.
Dated Mnrch I, 1114.
JAMKS ORUK.
ftta v*tDtam, x«m. ih
Locai'"' «*—
.    i-mtedin the well-known
8Dd fertile Nechaco Valle> for.   .
FOR PAKTICUUKS-ArPLY'TO
ALEX  HUNTER,
Hotel Fort George.
CENTRAL FORTGEORGE, B.C.
S George Building Co.
Prince George
SoSmSip and material.
Your House or Store
(Large or Small)
ESTIMATES FREE.
If you give the work to us you will
never ..'grot it.
Letters and communications to
a C SMITH (Manager of theGeorge
Buildfog Co.), Robart's Hotel, .South
Kort George, wil! receive immediate
and personal attention.
Est'ifaates anil  Finns given for all
kinds of work.
MoHi.KY Stkeet   -   Close to Depot
I'RINCE GEORGE.
ROOMS TO RENT
AT TIIE
Victoria Hotel
(Formerly Grand Union)
OPPOSITE CLUB CAFE
Third Street-,' -•   South Fort George
British     Uolum ,ia. •• was wiped
out today by a fire which star.
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the Kershaw hoiel.
IN THE SUpFeME COUKT-
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA'
In The Matter of The  "Administ
hation Act" And in The Matteh
of The Estate of Odo T.
Chambehlain,
Deceased.
on the 6th'day of April, 1911, relating
to landa in the Poace River District, is
cancelled in so far as it relates to the
Fractional N.W. quarter of Section 13,
Township "tl, Peace Kiver District; for
Hi,, purpose of sale toMr E. P. Borden.
1    ' R. A. RENWICK.
Deputy Minister of Lands.
1,amis Department,
Victoria, B.C. '
Dated March lo', 1914. mar283m
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BREWSTER AND PELHAM
P 0. Box 17. South Fort George, B.C.
TAKE NOTICE that by Order of
the Supreme Court of British Colum-
bia,dated the 14th. day of October,1913,
1 have been appointed Administratrix
to the Estate of the above named Odo
T. Chamberlain, deceased, and hereby
require all persons holding or having in
their possession any nf thi- personal belongings or effects of the above named
Odo T. Chamberlain, deceased to immediately forward the same to W. E.
Haskins, Barrister and Solicitor, Soutii
Fort George, B.C.        "        ■      (
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that on and after the date of this
notice all persons holding back any
effects whatsoever of the said Odo T.
Chamberlain, deceased, will be prosecuted.
Dateel at Vancouver, B. C, this 2nd
day of May, 1914.
(Signed)    LEANCE QUAIN,
,.-3fl-2t Administratrix.
suppi
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Fort George & Alberta
Telephone & Electric   Co., Ltd.
Shares for Sale at par value of $160.00 each
Terms of Payment 25 per cent, on allotment, 25 per
cent, two months, 25 per cent, four months and
balance six months after allotment      ::      ::       ::
, Lid,
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WATER NOTICE.
A PPI.ICA'I ION for a License to take
and use water will be made under
the Water Act of British Columbia as
follows: The name of the applicant is
F.J. Georee (~) The address of the applicant is Oflice of Division Engineer,
Grand Trunk Pacilic Railway, Fort
George, P.C (3) The water applied for is
-lied by a small creek on the south
if the' Nechaco River, crossing the
Grand Trunk Pacific grade at station
2413-70, and entering the Nechaco River
at Mile' 2(14, H.C. (1) The water is to be
diverted from the stream on the east
side about 1400 feet above mouth in a
Btrai'gl t line, (5) The water is to be used
for industrial purposes. (6) The land on
which the water is to be used is described as Lot Ml, Cariboo District.
(7) The quantity of water applied for is
1.7 cubic feot per second. (S) This
notice was posted on the ground on the
18th day of March, 1914. (9) A copy
of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the requirements of the Water Act will be filed in
the office of the Water Recorder at
Fort George. Objections may be. filed
with the said Water Recorder, or with
the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, 15. C,
within thirty days.
May 2nd, 1914.
m3t) F. J. GEORGE, Applicant.
a&  mi.
J. W. SANDIFORD
H. WAPSHOT
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Stock of Caskets and Shipping Cases alwI-TT
hand. Out-of-town calls pwm^tffiM
 Phone Sandiford 23,
H.   WAPSHOW,   Licensed   Embalmer,   Manage,.
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P#  _R. Te
Special rates to landseekers and prospectors to Fori
St. James, Fort Fraser and Giscombe Portage
Reliable and efficient service. Call wire or'1
R. L. WATT, Robarts Hotel, South Fort George'     '
Great West Investment Co., Johnson Bll.., s. Fort Georg
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT FOR
BENEFIT OF CREDITORS
HOTEL
Corner Fturth 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.
G. WARCUP
Proprietor
Prince George
Construction Co.
Building Contractors
Estimai es  given on  all  kinds of Reinforce!    Concrete  and   Brick   Work.
Materials Furnished.
Plans _nd  Blue Prints on application.
Phone 37, SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Office Corner 2nd Ave and George
Street Prince George
Benjamin Gregory
Aerated Water
Manufacturer
SPECIALTIES :
Ginger beer, Cider, Iron Brew
v
A.J. S.   WILLSON
(Late Roberts, Jones & Willson)
Real Estate ancl Insurance JAgent
ACREAGE SPECIALIST
Improved Farms and Garden Trcts For Sale.
HAMILTON AVENUE, SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C.
Phone 2, South Fort George P.O. Box 23, South Fort George.
LUMBER
Having recently established a
lumber mill here we are prepared to deliver rough lumber
of any dimension,
Ordway &   Wakeley
Ne .viand, b. c. .
FOR   SALE,
1-20ft. Automobile Steel Speed Boat'
Beam 4ft. 10 ins., 10 horse power, double cylinders,   air-tight   compartments,   combination
canopy with side curtains,- polished brass railing..
etc., nearly new, cost $1600, will sell for $650.
APPLY TO
Wesley & Wiggins,
SOUTH FORT GEORGE.    ;-'••..
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
FOR SALE
Lots 1,-IS, &i, Blo.-lt 337 - PRIClS .125 each
LotJ.3&-l. Block 242  - PRICE (G00 each
Lot 7, Block 196 -  -  -  - PRICE S760
Quarter Cash, Balance !, 2. & 3 Years,
Two small Heereejaleett's with lota cleared efe
fereceel.  Title deeda can be given, Pricefr:
$2000 and 82200
For further Particulars apply ;
H. WILSON, Mgr., Corner Laselle _ Seventh
P.O. Bci 64 SOUTH FORI .GEORGE
TAKE NOTICE that William Blair
j carrying on business as a merchant in
the northern interior of British Columbia, did assign by deed dated the
Ilth day of Mav, 1914, all his real and
personal property, credits and effects,
within the Province of British Columbia, which may be seized or sold or attached under execution or the "Execution Act," or attached under or by
virtue of the "Creditors Trust Deeds
Act" (I..S.B.C.,1911,chap._3) unto me
George D.Turner.Accountant, of South
Fort George, B. C.
AND TAKE NOTICE that all creditors and persons having any claims or
demands against the said William Blair
are hereby required to send by post
prepaid or deliver to the said assignee,
their names and addresses and full particulars in writing of their claims and
demands, and the nature of the securities, if any,*held by them,'duly Verili-
ed by affidavit or statutory declaration,
on or before the loth day of June 1914,
at South Fort George, B. C, after
which date the assignee will proceed
to distribute the assets of the said
William Blair among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which he shall then have had
ictico, and he shall not be liable for
the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any persons of whose
claims or demands the assignee shall
then have had notice.
AND'.FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that a meeting of the creditors for the
| purpose of giving directions in refer-
| ence to the disposal of tbe estate will
i be held at the office of Ames-Holden
: McCready Company Limited at Van-
[ couver, B. C. on Tuesday the 9th day
! of June, 1914, at the hour of 4 o'clook
in the afternoon.
Dated at South Fort George,   B. C,
this 27th day of May, 1914.
MURPHY & MONTGOMERY,
Solicitors for the above named
GEORGE D. TURNER,
5-30-lt Assignee.
Northern Interior
Building & Loan Association, Ld.
OFFER FOR  SALE.
Three modern Bungalows, situated on Corner of 8lh Avenue and
Brunswick Street, Prince George, at an extremely low price.
T«mi; One Quirtw Cuk, Bilisct cu be paid in monthly instalment!.
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.ERY  DAY.
Round Trip to Ashcroft $80, Single $45.50
PHONE   64   FOR    RESERVATIONS.
GET OUR  RATES  O .   EXPRESS
Leslie Cameron, Superintendent,
Ashcroft, B. C.
D. E. Mace, Agent,
Soi   ii Fort George
OUR BONE DRY LUMBER
(Costs No More Than Other Lumber)
Sawn last summer and thoroughly weather and frost Dried.
 ALSO—
Kilin 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.
...THE...
McBride Transfer Co.
The above company
book Passengers, Express, Baggage ; and
Freight to Fort
..George at reasonable
rates. :: ::
WIRE OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION
IHE SOUTH FCRT EORGE
Beg to announce that
they are OPENING a'
Store at the corner of
Hamilton Avenue and 4th
Street
OPPOSITE
rt.rr.tsn   Moiit,
phone ii c Mcelroy,
SOUTH FOHT GEORGE. Manager.
Phone 111
FORT GEORGE.
with a complete lino of Ready-to-wear
Ladies' Tailored
Suits, Skirts,  Coats,
Shoes, etc.
Cleaning and Repairing our Speciality.
All Work Guaranteed,
W. I McCONDACH & CO,,
'PHONE   93.
IN  THE  COUNTY   COURT  OF
CARIBOO,
Holden at Fort George.
Between
GEORGE B. WILLIAMS, Plaintiff,
- and —
* THEMISTOCLES  ANAYNOS,
Defendant.
To Themistocles Anaynos.
: TAKE NOTICE that a plaint and
summons have heen issued in this Honorable Court by the above-named
Defendant for Specific Performance of
a certain Indenture under seal dated
the 8th day of July, 1918, whereby the
above-named Plaintiff agreed to sell
and you, the above-named Defendant,
agreed to purchase of and Irom the
above-named Plaintiff __ 11 and singular
that cerlain parcel or tract of land and
premises situate in the South Fort
George Addition, Fort George, Carilioo
Districl, Group 1, Province of British
Columbia, and more particularly'known
and described as Lot 11, in Block 15,
Subdivision of District Lot 934, Group
1, Cariboo District, according to the
registered map or plan of the said Bub-
division deposited in the Land Registry
Office at th Cily of Kamloops, in the
said Province, and numbered 701, at or
for the price or sum of $2,200.00, upon
the terms and conditions set out and
contracted in the said Indenture, under
which indenture you are in default.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that by Order of His Honor Judge
Calder, dated the l.'ith day of May,
1914, it was decreed that delivery of a
sealed copy of the Summons issued in
this action, together with a copy of
this Order, by registered post, addressed to yo , thr Defendant, Themistocles
Anaynos, at South Fort George, B.C.
in' tlie County of Carihoo, together with
notice of the entry of the above Plaint
to lie published in the Fort Gecrge
Herald for a period of one month, shall
be deemed lo be good and sulli. .ent
service of the said Summons on you
the said Defendant, and that in default
of a Dispute Note being filed by vou
with the Registrar of this Honorable
Court within a period of twenty davs
trom the expiry of Ihe snid publication
tho above-named Plaintiff be. at llhertv
fee enter judgment against you '
Dated at South Fort George this 21st
day of May, A.D. 1914, Sl
MURPHY & MONTGOMERY
, Solicitors for the above-named i
>nil Plaintiff. '
Will be given to the first party callii
to see us about the following locatii
FOURTH AVENUE LOT near depot.
DOUBLE CORNER near Courthouse Site
VANCOUVER STREET double corner
GEORGE STREET inside lot
EDMONTON and NINTH double corner
MURDOFF &  GET
■A
Address:   SOUTH  FORT GEORGE.   B. <
BREWED AND  BOTTLED .IN VANC0UV~
VANCOUVER BREWERIES, Lim**

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