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 VOL. 5. NO. 5.
SOUTH FORI GEORGE, R. C, SATURDAY" OCTOBER ,.ivl. 19m.
GERMAN CRUI
$3 PER ANNUM	
S 2 BRITISH SHIPS
Grand Trunk Pacific
Round House And Shops
Pacific Great Eastern Railway
n tie Air
Warning To Local Citizens
TO
BY
I -11
SS, THE
London
all
The residence of Mr.  Roddis,
manager of Johnson&Finliason's
'OLLOWING TELE-; timber mill, was the scene of an
CORRESPONDENT.'' audacious robbery on Wednesday
night of this week.   The culprits
joint to the complete >'ailsacked ,he hwaa from top to
Mail Service By Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway
Information reaches the Her-
; aid this week that ,T.W. Stewart, i
be a source of satisfac- President of the Pacific Great As THE HERALD GOES
ur readers to learn that Eastern Railway is on  his way
the Grand Trunk Round into Prince George from the east
as started this week,and to arrange for the cement of        v- ,       ■   ■
force of 76 men will be| work on the railroad grade to the     ''^ry is ni ttie air            , „ ^   The ^ n
. almost immediately.,North into the Peace River this aemorilization of the Germans, their right Wing turned thing was that they took noth-
posed to erect a sixteen month. This will give employ- and entirely crumpled up is in full retreat." ltis expect- ing but eatables. Evidently the
md house at this time ment to many men and make the ed that m a few days the censorship will be raised sufficient furs and other valuables trophies
,: enlargement to thirty City of the Georges the centre of t() announce to lhe KorU that thc beginning of the end of which were in the house didn't
■:• when the growth of traffic, providing a pavroll that ,. . ■     -     ,,      ,       ,   ,,   ,    . . .    annual tn them     Tiirtoini. hit tha
.ess traffic and develop- will bring the needed circulation Jf™8^ « Wf*«> 1? J* ^nd, and all she has gamed in S^J^ ^'Jf • W
the country warrant the \ to the district. \ the early days of the rush through Belgium into the north ^^^JZtnSSL
In this way the Grand     It is understood that President' of France, with so  much  bloodshed  both to the Germans 0f some j^,,^ un]css t]lt>y ma(je gradually going into disuse and
'acilic  Officials  express "        ' ' >-.,,- , ,    , .
ifidence that the City of
rges will very shortly
tei their plans.
..nine shops will also be
in the near future and
anned that two hundred
1 be employed in their
ti in almost from the
. '..lien completed will
■ ital of approximately
Ired men,
Another Red Letter Day For Frie City
Of The Georges
On Wednesday of this week,
Sept. 30th, Post Master Campbell informed us the mail would
close at _ p. m. of that date for
the first outgoing mail eastbound
over the Grand Trunk Pacific via
Edmonton.
The Old Cariboo mail route is
Stewart  has  succeeded   in  ar-' and the Belgians, with loss and  destruction  of property more than one journey which jsjsoo,lthe Paci"fic Great Eastern
ranging the necessary financial will have been for nought, SO far as German power is con-: hardly   feasible.   However   theLRai,lwayJvi11   take   away what
backing  to  continue the enter-1
prise and push the road to com
pletion.
cerned. police have been notified and an Ilil^ traffic is ,eft to jt'
London.-Major General Edwin Alfred Hervey AlterationH* arrest is expected. | weeWyZiving Monday, wS
has been appointed to command the Canadian troops. n    , .„   . ,.„.,
Development Worth While
I    *J       1117      IT Vancouver, Oct. 2nd. - German cruiser Leipzig is active
Incidental War NeWS   off the west coast of South America.   British steamers
  - Elsinores and Bank fields have been destroyed and crews;Al ^ Solnclhi"8 TaIt«illlc ln Tl" Settlement
It has been learned that Ger- made prisoners of war.   Crews were taken off ships before      0f °Br ,raM,,se A8ricnllural lands
many intended not only to vio- they were sunk.
late Belgian and Luxemburg terri I    i'_„_,^     tu.. a,i.„,v.h„ u.,,._ ,i.,_;_„_ .,- i„ : a\   Dr. L. E. Evans, well known
the
(ieoi
mem
UK' It IS reported that I .„_„.„, c     .      ,        ;, ,       .,,, """"""        iuw1u...uail,j     ..cee.   Ue.uue;U   W  WJ   "»»"UI1 .        i     ..
,   .   '        ,       tory but Swiss territory also. They Li,. _.-,(.,•„_, rQ.1Y,0„ fnoef no o «,■■—* -'--' -    • ^   •     | ior tne iasc ten years as a pro
employing five hun-L„„„„t_jt t... n_.„. ti u'-ne enure .leiman uoast as a c<
lallasting the divi-
>f the City of the
etting it in perma-
for the winter sea-
coir..-
cess i
Princ
A'I',
on thi
ti: ■ ■
We
rvice to the west of this
- regular and running
giving   all   travellers
i table, easy and quick ac-
i and from the coast and
Rupert to Vancouver via
and Trunk Pacific steamers
Pacific coast, and also to
st via Edmonton to Winni-
id the Atlantic coast.
have fir, popularjack pine.
spruce and balsam wood. Johnson . Finlaison.
Buildings Removed From
Hudson Bay Waterfront
The Hudson Bay Road was a
scei ■ of considerable activity
this week. All along the water
froi • was moving week.
I occasion being a notice
from the Hudson Bay Company
that the lessees of lots would
ha - in vacate the premises by
Si p . 30th or buildings would be
forfeited to the Hudson Bay Co.
rhe property on which buildups had been erected under
leas • was wanted for survey and
subdivision into lots with the
Glance of the Hudson Bay Re-
'l'i-,,*«' buildings had served
1:1 ir purpose during railway
r" ' notion as bunk houses and
''" '' irants and the owners in
s": cases moved the buildings
entire on trucks to other portions
°' Lhe town while others were
demolished and taken off to be
aeain rebuilt.
SAT]
mlinesa is next to Godliness
IS at Hotel Robarts.
year
wi tr,
A Subscription to the Herald
lll(' of our subcribei. from the
ltes voluntarily sends in his
payment for the Herald
tne lollowing message,
^closed find draft for my
subscription to your weekly
ssue as .vou cannot print a news-
Paperon wind,
' "A ns considerable property
!" '"is country and wants to
KeeP posted.
London. - The Admiralty have decided to lay mines off
junter reprisal against sim- ;8pector and be|iever in Northern
Central British Columbia, passed
through Prince George about 10
days ago from the Prairie Provinces with several carloads of
on the Swiss German frontier|deemed~necessary to take these stern measures to protectiJ^SuJ ZtSf ^
averted the scheme . •    • i •  n- s       ,. i   .     ,  • , , «*[Hl   supplies   uesuneu io   tne
• Shipping and inflict on German and Austrian powers such Nechaco Valley whore the Doc-
German bakers are cutting damage to their vessels aml  m,iscrs as the situation
down on the size of loaves of; demands.
Rye bread.   The ordinary Rye1   Amsterdam.—Holland has given assurances to the allied
6xp6ct6(l to enter Frunco throutrh
Switzerland and unexpectedlyrar Proce^ure °* tlie German and Austrian Governments.
fall on the forification at Belfort.; Several ships of neutral powers have been destroyed by
Switzerland's quick action of j floating mines of the two powers, and as they seem to be
mobilizing their army of 200,000 violating all the rules of civilized warefare, it has been
tor and associates own 200,000
acres of the finest agricultural
land, (land that is tillable,)  and
bread of the working classes has powers that she will prevent the exportation of all food- j;hat wi". one day ,Pl>°duce the
gone up to 4c a pound. gtuffs from Holland to Germany during the war.   With'T*\.^J,™t _F_°oT_
It is stated that serious out Germany's ports on the Adriatic and North Seas bottled    S^
breaks among the populace has        ,,    '       .     , ,.    ,-i    r.,   k _   in     •     a    _ j ! , • ,, Ieuilllt;u w <-"«"
resulted up, the combined Lnglish, hivnch and Russian fleets guard- this week  having started and
  ing and preventing the entrance or departure of ships,
Almost  all  the German Germany must subsist exclusively on her own soil, hemned
prisoners are suffering extreme- in as she is on all sides.   This will have a strong bearing
ly from nervous exhaust i
DREAMLAND THEATRE
TO-NIGHT
All kit
(low
>f wood from $5.00 ,""•■        ,, ,. ,„
,   , , it, P   wayH the muni', Ho
Uiot up.)   Johnson &'
l'mlai£on,
'The Hetlor Father' a two-reel feature, 'Willie and the Parisians' a hand
colored comedy. 'The Better Father'
is a story that gives you an inspiration
to do better; a tide ol* hardships and
privations fur a meagre existence : o
gripping picture throughout. The comedy is the very latest and one that will
make you forget your sorrows.
For the coining week our programme
is the best that can be obtained.
MONDAY-'Uncle Tom'a Cabin'a
picture from the story nf thai till'',
showing the conditions during Ihe pasl
slavery days. The book you have all
read and certainly remember old Uncle
Tom, Little Eva, and Eliza in her thrilling escape across the river of floating
ice, and other great acenea that yeeii all
surely know. In addition will bo ahown
'Two Hearls and a Thief' featuring a
trio of comedians who are in class A,
the best before the motion picture world.
TUESDAY-Varietynight. Twogood
dramas and a roaring farce comedy,
1 While the Children Slept' a play to
please the kiddies. ' Sally Scragg's
Housemaid' with an all star caste.
This picture is a eondoti.iod form nf the
great book by that name. ' Dav'e L0V0
Affair' 'or the loveless. Are you in
love? see this and plan a way out of
your difficulties.
WEDNESDAY-The Star Nighl.
'When Sherman Marched to the Sea'
in perfect keeping willi the lime,-, while
all Europe is iu the crip of the present
war; historically correct; taken along
this famous inarch through Georgia,
from Atlanta In Ihe sea. Inlerwnven
is a very pretty love affair which is
well-staged. This picture serves two
purposes-eduoatidnal as well as entertaining.
To balance the show we feature tho
eccentric comedian Pearl White, in
'Pearl and the Tramp' nuff sad, a good
laugh is guaranteed.
Altogether Ihene arc llie-i,-   I !>■ Inn-
than can be  obtained
no repeaters.   Thi
on the shortening of the length of the war.
Calcutta.—On arrival at Calcutta of the Komagato Mam
Hindus from Vancouver, they refused to return to their
villages, ln the disturbance that resulted the Hindus fired
on the police, and it became necessary to call out the
troops.   Sixteen of the Komogata men were killed.
$50.0© EEWARD
For the Arrest and Conviction
quantity of Liquors from the Wi
lhe   night   of   September  13th
South Fort (leorge, It. C,
if  the  person or persons who stole
rehouse of llie H. C. Express Co, on
I'il I.   See- the II. C. Express Co.,
Lacrosse Game at Quesnel
Quesnel Wins Again 6—5
A Pleasant Farewell
Thursday
Fort George
friends ana
ifternoon the South
Lacrosse team, its
boosters journeyed
Mr. and .Mrs. V. 1 . McMurray
entertained Tuesday evening at
Progressive Five 11 und red in
honor of Mr, and Mrs. F. B.
Hood, who left Wednesday   lot
to Quesnel hy the steamer J . X.  Call'ornia to spend the winter.
determined on humbling Quesnel
for the beating they gave them
in the Lacrosse game at South
Fort George on Labor Day.
But it was not to be, for a
special to the Herald says that
Quesnel again won bv the score
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Hood, Mr. and Mrs.
R. J. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Wilkins, Mr, and Mrs, E.
Deardull', Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Moonev, Mr. and Mrs. Ghas.
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hrody
, Friday afternoon at the home o
Mrs.   F.  R. McMurray.   Those
' null
i thei
ami are all first
admission  al-
of 6 to 5.   This was pretty close' »"d Mr. and Mrs. McMurray.
however for our Quesnel friends'    A number of Mrs. F. Ji. Hood's
and indicates a well fought side; frien(]s pleasantly surprised her
for the South boys.
The fust, half ended  with the, nr
score 5 to 0 in favor of Quesnel, W.nt  l%e> Mesdames Hoods,
but in the second half our boys I f/ad ^/^. Mooney W.lkms.
showed their material by Hghten fcduff, Whitmore McMurray
ng up and allowing the Quesnel ^ H«..,nS Jaees, Jeglum, Mc-
eam but one score, gaining tive ^W St, Ihorne and M.ss Pat-
Dreamland, The House of Features
te
themselves.
As time expired the game was
a tie calling for 7 minutes overtime play in which Quesnel made
the necessary goal to win.
Among the regretable incidents of the game was quite a
serious injury to Dr. Park of
the Foley, Welch & Stewart Con-
terson.
"Faithful are the wounds of a
friend"-and frequent.
struction Go., at Quesnel, and
Capt. Brown of the South Fort
George team sustained a slight
cut over the «ye. ■
left the work on his farm well
under way; the breaking and
plowing of 50 acres this fall,
building of barns, out buildings,
residences, on which he has now
at work sixteen men.
The scene of this activity and
development is in township one,
section 22 and township 2, sections 81 and 82, about a mile and
a half south of Vanderhoof and
Nechaco City, on the Grand
Trunk Pacific, 71 miles west of
this City of the Georges and 36
miles from Fraser Lake.
The development in which the
Doctor and his associates are
engaged is for the purpose of demonstrating to the world, what
the country will do when properly worked. They will establish
a stock farm, with the best bred
stock of horses, cattle, hogs,
poultry, etc. that can be got.
For this purpose the Doctor has
located his buildings on one of
the sections where he has ready
to hand meadows of GO and 100
acres each, which it is the purpose to disk and harrow this fall
and sow to timothy,
The final purpose is to encourage settlers to come in on this
land and purchase 160 acres, or
quarter sections, at low prices,
on easy payments, long terms,
and small interest charges,
The Doctor's associates include F. W. Listikow of Winnipeg, and Pass'edeno California,
Fred Engen of Saskatoon, Sask.,
G. R. McQueen of Minneapolis,
and others.
The district selected for this
development and demonstration
is rich in natural conditions for
jubt such work. With Vanderhoof and Nechaco City a mile
and a half to the north, with the
crossing at this point into the
Stewart Lake and Omineca
mining country, enjoying as
will the business of Mapes and |
Stoney Creek Districts, already j
nesday and Saturday p. m., and
leaving Tuesday, Thursday and
Sunday a. m.
Rush Brothers City Express
Company have the contract to
carry the mail to and frm the
Post Office and G. T. P. ..e;
Vancover and coast mail will be
carried via Edmonton.
With a greater rural population
than any other section of the
Northern Interior of British Columbia and the outlet to the Fort
St. James, Omineca and Stuart
Lake country to the north, it
bids fair to be a very important
section.
Already freight is movin. into the Ominecca and Stuart Lake
country via this point and MilneB
Crossing of the Nechaco, it being 80 miles nearer to the Omineca mining country than
Hazelton and a better road, also
the Fort Fraser people are realizing the value of the surrounding
country and traffic and people
are finding their way to this
point.
The Doctor's farm and home
is located at Tsinket River in
townsite 1, section 22,
The Doctor will return to his
farms in a few days to continue
the development as he is anxious
to get as much work done this
fall before winter seta in as
possible realizing that next year
will be an important year in the
development and settling of this
entire country and it stands
every interest in hand to make
the best progress possible to encourage immigration antl settlement when the present world
wide disturbances are at an end
and peaceful pursuits are again
renewed.
lhe Doctor believes with the
Herald that there will be a great
influx of people from Europe and
the entire world for that matter,
into this country and that the
present is the time to prepare
for it.
The City of Georges is as much
interested in this development
as the settlers at that point
themselves as the centering
of railroad facilities here to the
east and south to Va ico i ••.
add greatly to ou ■ ■ imm i
standing and business interests
opening up to us trading points
and sources of agricultural supplies and traffic.
The Doctor reports Vanderhoof
as a very thriving town and believes that next to the City of
the Georges it will be the most
important town between Edmonton and Prince Rupert. It already has a good hotel of 'he
^ size ami style of ih • b.mpr<.s in
jj| South Fort George, the Union
Bank, 3 general sio-es,   hard-
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IN. COMPANY,  LTD.,
i°FonT GEORGE, B. C.
BER    3RD.   1914.
THE FOHT GEORGE    |
HERALD
On this pa.ee of the Herald we print a
statement that all who are interested in the
Northern Interii r of British Columbia in
Prince George, or in the greater city of all
the Georges, sh* aid read and take advantage of,
Property in this City and section is
owned the wid. world over. What is more
natural than that you should keep in touch
with the city, the surrounding country, and
its development.
Subscribe to its Newspaper and have it
sent to you as published. You are thus
doubly benefited by getting all the news
that's " fit to print" and at the same time
helping in a small but most effective way to
develop the country and improve your
proper;.
We will, by your support, be able to enlarge and expand our sheets and serve the
country and your interests to a better-
purpose,
The Herald anticipates a full mail from
subscribers and correspondents as a result
of this announcement.
THE CITY OF THE
GEORGES
October opens with a better feeling
throughout the district, that very soon pronounced activities will commence in renewed
development plans temporarily abandoned
in the beginning of hostilities in Europe.
The visit of the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway Officials last week, announcing that
the Round Houses would be pushed to completion, and this week, the report that Mr.
J, W. Stewart, President of the Pacific Great
Eastern Railway, was on his way to the
Georges to commence the work ori the railway to the North into the Peace River, with
the announcement that the opening and
grading of Fourth Street to Queen and
Ontario connecting South Fort George with
George Street, added to an undoubted improvement in business, and the expectation
of other announcements in the near future,
all of which will surely be of benefit to the
district, has with the news from the seat of
war that the Allied Armies have been slowly
but surely making headway against the
Germans, is a bunch of good things, sure to
encourage the most doubtful.
We have all along contended that things
were better than they seemed. And with
the undoubted advantages possessed by the
City of the Georges in its location with its rich
surrounding country, north, south, east, and
west, the present arrested development caused by untoward happenings in the financial
and political world can only be for short
duration, and when conditions change, as
they will, we may expect a rush that will
change the whole aspect of affairs and the
development of the early part of this year
will prove insignificant to that to follow
after the quiet spell of the later summer and
early fall.
TO A FINISH.
Those who hope for peace at an early
date will find no encouragement in the new
treaty between Great Britain, France and
Russia. Binding themselves not to conclude
peace separately, the duration of the conflict is made to hang not upon the necessities
__>
Dear Sir,
The Fort George Herald is the leading
paper in the Fort George - Prince George district.
It invites your support and subscription to its
weekly issue at $3.00 per year (to United States
$3.50.)
Although published in what is known as
South Fort George at the present time, when
the plans for incorporation are carried through
in the next session of the Provincial Legislature,
it will be an important part of the greater Prince
George or City of the Georges.
Up to last spring, Prince George of the
' Grand Trunk Pacific, was a woods, and the
Herald had only two towns to select from as its
abiding place. Naturally it took what is known
as South Fort George, and there it has stayed,
weathering all the storms of Pioneerhood and
early viscisitudes, but now it is time to expand
into the greater City of Prince George, or City
of the Georges, as some prefer to think it will
be. But the name does not really matter to us.
We are interested in the future of this city-to-be
(and it will be). You need our paper to keep
you posted.
The owners of this paper are self-made business men and pioneers in the Northern Interior
of British Columbia. They recently took over
their property, and have in the interests of the
district undertaken to carry on the paper and are
giving it their support and attention.
If any of our subscribers have felt neglected
or have not been regularly served, we hope they
will not let the past operate against their future
interest in the paper or the district, but remember that up to this time we have been a frontier
town with poor mail facilities - But from this coming
week yon will hare tbe Railway Mail Service to depend on.
We ask your support and remittance of $3.00
to pay one years subscription. You need to be
kept advised on the developments of this section
of British Columbia, Prince George especially,
and no better medium exists than the Fort
George Herald.
We will print only the reliable information
that comes to hand. Unreliable gossip does not
make a town or keep the people informed on
matters of development that is of value.
Our paper may be small at the start but we
intend that what you read in it shall be true so
far as we can make it.
Our records show that some of the addressees
of this circular have allowed their subscription
to lapse. That is as much our fault as yours.
But we have continued sending you the papers
just the same. Now it is up to you to have the
same faith in us as we have had in you, and
send us $3.00 now to renew your name on the
list.
President and Manager.
Office of the
FORT GEORGE HERALD
South Fort George
Prince George, B. C
_t_aii_.il are wrong
ly exert a pro<fLv
results of the conflict
> -nayansafS
?etween forces
»n arms.   The
results of the conflict AvZZZ^ upon to
themselves in vair, o 'lone a?Ky exhaust
of the billigerents reS1 S"al ,Ur^
together, the fleets of Britain and Jaken
aGeUharneye ^ " ™-fe
War is a contest also
other than those that are
combined wealth of Great Britain ,„,. -«
exclusive of dependences,Ti 1 >Ce
greater than that of German fefe
French commerce, twice that of n, Kl
is proceeding, while that o GerS.^
paralyzed No matter what £SL»
fortunes of war on land may be fe
jmust come in such a strumrle m tw. me
: the issue will have to be nfftat ^ ?"
a triumphant army cannot sustain a nS"
ishutin from its neighbors and im ovefi
It has been estimated that at thX
of Augustus,  Rome ruled n xmuKtlo,
from.80000,000 to 120,000,00(1' ff    A
Empire has a population of 435,000 000   A
its best the yearly revenue of Rome did nn
equal that of Holland to-day,*.
The revenue of the United" kffi„
elusive of all dependencies, is $1,000 000 000
The new treaty of London can have no
other meaning than that all the resources nf
men and money of the greatest empire eve
known have been enlisted for the war and
are to be thrown into the balance It will
take time to make them available but
with a resolute spirit behind them it is eer
tain that eventually they will bear heavily
upon their adversaries. The prospect is
solemn enough to impress even those who
are at peace, for it foreshadows a strain
upon civilization such as was never before
known. It is British self-government
British sea power, British commerce, and
British wealth, world-wide in their extent,
in a life-and-death struggle with consolidated German autocracy and militarism, which
for forty years have burdened mankind with
armaments and menaced it with war,
It is the rule of the people or the rule of
the sword, not in Britain alone, not in Germany alone, but throughout the earth, row
and for generations to come.
•ed lhat in
this, the
ten times
COST OF THE WAR
Nikola Tesla, the famous inventor of electrical
contrivances, declares that the total cost of the
general war now going on will not be less than
$70,000,000,000.
"The present war may easily involve 20,000,000
combatants," said Mr, Tesla. "I have seen an
estimate of a total cost of $50,000,000 a day. This
is too low. The number of those disabled through
wounds and disease was recently placed at 500,000
This also is too moderate. It would be less than
2 1-2 per cent., and it must be remem
the most recent great war precedi
Balkan struggle, the casualties we
greater, or 25 per cent.
A true appreciation of the enormous losses
which are likely to result from thi.- " cedented
calamity can only be gained by taking into account
its effect on all phases and conditions of individual
and national existence. ,
First-- "temporary or permanent shrinkage oi
•wealth of nations as distinct from negotiable
securities. The total wealth of the countries involved is about $300,000,000.0(10. Assume only
a moderate production of 10 per cent, and suppose
further, that the war should last froi
months, or about 200 days, as forecas
then the daily shrinkage will amount t
To be sure, such depreciation of pl
sions is mostly due to ignorance and
ness of the people, for the properties
some are indestructabie. But just the sa
warring nations will lose credit and P"rc"™.,
power and will be subjected for an indefinite pe
to sufferings and privations, all of which mu
interpreted as loss of so much money. .
Second-All losses,   individual and cou
■th the wheeiwori
•ne-   This
, si:; to seven
• by experts
i $ 150,000000,
ysieal posses-
fainthearted-
are there, and
the
caused by interference of war wit
of manufacture,  industry and c°miv.""' eriod
shrinkage may easily amount for the aD0\
to $100,000,000 a day. ,    0f
Third-Specific loses   due   to   clcsti        ^
existing private and public property, av
■ -    ,t ,.,oi-    These win f
These
but may
plac-
plements and materials of wai
ly depend on the circumstances
ed at from $50,000,000 to $75,000,00 a day.
Fourth-Loss of life.and disablng tn^ ^
wounds and disease. Judging irom w ,,
the Balkan war, the casualties cannot > ^
less than 15 per cent., making the tota. ^
000.   Assuming an average oi *4W ,
ual, this waste will be nearly W"0^^
Fifth-Daily cost of mihtwy v 0
which may amount from $25,000,000 to IJJJ ^
According to this rough estimate w
cannot be much less than $70 000,0 0,000,^
almost 25 per cent of the tota WJ* J wj|| ,ilk,j
involved. In the best circumstances ^
from forty to fifty S^*,)$ff o therag
damage, not to speak of the mju ry .;-,,„„,,>■
and retardation of social progress m
* - •" _4 ,-£.*W-*^^^_v%^J^'t_^L. lUitu "im vviuiLL AU1U1MUUI.
A complete assortment of the latest Sets and Coats always
in stock. Write now ! Give us your idea what you want for
this season, and we will do the rest. Furs sent on approval.
You take no chances as we guarantee in every respect.
Best prices for Raw Furs.
Burnstin Fur Co. uSSt-
8021 GRANVILLE, (near Robson,) VANCOUVER,
B.C.
EFORE  BUILDING
SEE
Danforth & Mclnnis,
Til. FORT GEORGE :: PRINCE GEORGE, B. C.
Box iis Port GEonoE. H, c.
The Cookson Plumbing
and Heating Co.
,umbing,  Steam and Hot  Water  Heating
ISTIMATII   FUCILY  GIVEN
DRYNOLSON, Local Manager
FIFTH AVENUE, PRINCE GEORGE
Fort George Undertaking Co.
5AND1FORD
H. WAPSHO'l
J. P. MILNE
Stock of Caskets and Shipping Cases always on
hand.   Out-of-town calls promptly attended to.
Phone Sandiford _■].
H. WAPSHOW,   Licensed   Embalmer,   Manage.
London.—
The command of the Canadian
forces on arrival at the front will
be taken over by Major General
Anderson, the popular command- j
er in the South African wars.
London.—The Boer General
Francois Joubert Piennar has
arrived in Europe and tendered
his services to the English allied
army,
San Francisco.—Reported that
the Japanese forces have defeat-
ed the Germans in several important engagements ir> China.
Vancouver.—Such news as has
' been allowed to leak through up
to Wednesday of this week, reported little change in the situation, What news there was is
favorable to the English, French
and Belgium armies.
The Germans attacked constantly day and night with great
violence but have been unable to
make headway or break the
allied armies positions.
The Kaisr is reported in East
Prussia trying to stem the rush
of the Russians and equalize their
conquests.
The 108th Regiment German
Reserves is reported as surrounded by the French and annihilated.
This Young Leader of a Patriotic and
Courageous People is the Most
Democratic and Accomplished of Kings
Standing supremely unique
among the figures who are making history in the great war,
which will mark a new era for
Europe, is Albert, King of the
Belgians, newspaper man, expert engineer, lover of mankind
and most democratic of all rulers.
Nobody ever heard much of
Albert Leopold Clement Maria
Meinard before that eventful
day when he sent word to his
soldiers at Liege to "hold out"
against the Germans massing at
Herbestal. The exhortation
breathed such a dauntless, bombastic assurance that those who
read smiled grimly and a little
sadly as they reflected that tiny
Belgium would prove a tidbit for
the Teuton war hosts.
But Liege has long held out,
and Albert, King of Belgium,
which includes some sizable
cities and is said to enjoy more
prosperity per capita than any
other European country, is riding at the head of his army of
200,000 men.
Europe,  last haven of " the
I divine right of Kings," in the
i Occidental world, has long glar-
„   ,    „ , among e(j impotently at Albert, King of
I the German people appears to te, Beltfkim_   His casual democracyi
get ing bolder.    It is reported |his  undoubted  business
l that  posters  proclaiming
rort ueorge urug io., Limned
CARRY
Victor Gramophones and Records, Heintzman Pianos.
BXCLUSIVB  AGENTS.
Drugs,   Stationery,  Toilet Articles,  Cigars,   Cigarettes,
Tobaccos, Wholesale End Retail.
TWO   STORES
LASELLE STREET :: GEORGE   STREET
P. BURNS & CO. Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all Kinds of
Fresh  amid  Cured Meats
Butter, Cheese, Eggs; I	
Highest Prices   paid for Hides and Live Stock
GOODS UK1.IVERED TO AM.
PARTS OF CITY.
Phone 35
Fort George and Soutii Fort George.
Phone SS
Opposition to the war
_J
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
ONGER & FLY
NO BUILDING IS TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL TO
RECIEVE OUR CAREFUL ATTENTION
i      BsttmfttU Kreo of Charge :: Job Work Neatly tint! Promptly Execute!
PNONt   36
SOUTH FORT GEORGE PRINCE GEORGE
FICE     -     -     SECOND STREET OFFICE and SHOP:
THIRD STREET
THIRD AVENUE EAST
posters proclaiming "we
1 want peace down with the Kaiser" are appearing on the walls
of buildings in Berlin. Ina
country like German y where
censorship on free speech in opposition to Government is almost
!as strict and dangerous as in
'Russia this report evidences that
the day  of  reckoning  for the
s undoubted business ability
and his manner of dealing
with the Socialists, so that the
Socialists, cursing most labor
conditions, paused to praise their
ruler, has worried them almost
into prostration.
He is called, in the circles
which royalty frequents, the
"Socialist King," but whatever
his political belief,  the fact re-
autocracy of that country is atjmain_ that he has brought the
hand.
A  GOOD   HOUSE  WIFE
Always buys the genuine article, especially when il can he detained
al equal price with the inferior. She will therefore show her gooB
judgment by putting in the winter supply of the famous Johnson &
Finlaison's } .r Wood while prices are eut. Our cord-wood is the best
thai money can buy.   Our motto - FULL MEASURE,
Johnson & Finlaison
FIR   WOOD   YARD
Phone 46, 8 Rings.
r. O. Box 155
Remember our Rates are absolutely the lowest if CONVENIENCE and COMFORT is considered, Hotel Robarts.
He Bought a Saw
country to a wonderful state of
prosperity,
There are few things that this
accomplished King cannot do or
hasn't done, He fights, rides,
swims, shoots, and engages in
aviation, engineering and writing with equal facility. He was
an ordinary newspaper man for
a long time, carrying a police
card, visiting police stations and
Down in Alabama some lime
ago a man went into a store to.    ,^^__^_™__,^__-__
buy a saw.   He saw the kind he! do[n« what wou,ld bj known here
wanted and asked the price.   It|as„.ship.n.ews\
was a $1.65 the dealer said.
-.
EMPRESS HOTEL
Corner Fourth and Hamilton        -       South Fort George, B. C.
A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE HOTEL.
On American Plan. Rates on Application.
Bright and comfortable   rooms  and
suites at the Empress.      :      :
G. WARCUP
Proprietor
Coal Wood
WE CARRY  COMPLETE STOCKS OF
Windows, Doors, Shingles, Building Papers,
Wall Boards, Ready Roofings.
1
Bone Dry Lumber       Coast Flooring & Finish
gl out own manufac .rt
Gil our Eilinielei on rout Buil.nf
Phone 1
Prince Geo .e
FORT GEORGE TRADING
AND
.AV LIMITIO ^VW
r       ('.. McElroy, Manager       ^
Cr
~-\
AMERICAN PLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
In
Corner Hamilton & Third
South Eort George, B.C.
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Rates  $2.50 and $3
Monthly and weekly ratea on application
. eef wi]
Albert Johnson, »'»>p.
G.  T.  P.   R.
Edmonton-Prince Rupert Service
Effective September 1st
Sundays and Tuesdays - 9-15 p.m. leave Edmonton
Arrive 8-00 a.m. Fridays and Mondays
Mondays and Wednesdays - 7-45 p.m. arrive Prince George
Leave 8-30 a.m. Thursdays and Sundays
Tuesdays and Thursdays - 6-00 p.m. arrive Prince Rupert
Leave 10-00 a.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays
THROUGH   STANDARD   SLEEPER
Edmonton and Prince Rupert connections at Edmonton from
all points east thereof.
W. J. tiUIl-LAN, Diatrict Passenger Agent.
2«0. Portage Avenue WINNIPEG
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
J
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
' 'Good gracious,'' said the man:
! "1 can get the same thing from
| the mail order house for $1,35."
j "That's less than it cost me,"
said the dealer: "but I'll sell it on
the same terms as the mail order
house, just the same."
"All right," said fhe customer.
"You can send it along and
charge it to my account."
"Not on your life," the dealer
replied. "No charge accounts.
You can't do business with the
mail order house that way. Fork
over the cash."
The customer complied.
"Now, two cents postage and
five cents for a money order."
"What-"
"Now, two cents postage and
five cents for a money order, to
a mail order house, you know."
The customer,inwardly raving.
kept to his agreement and paid
the seven cents.
"Now, twenty-five cents ex-
pressage."
Phoni 11 1
ZJ
King Albert is 39 years old, is
married to a woman to whom he
is unusually devoted ana has 3
children. He is the son of the
deaf Duke of Flanders, and it
was the mysterious death of his
brother, thc Prince of Baudoir,
wliich made his accession to the
throne possible.
The King, who is a great cyclist and an extraordinarily brave
man, went to the Congo and
pierced that fever ridden country
soon after his accession to the
thrown. The things he saw
there caused him to sell all of the
possessions of Belgium in that!
region.
The Queen, his consort, is a
full-fledged physician. She was
Elizabeth, daughter of the Duke
Carl Theodore of Bavaria, the
famous oculist. As the King
is'cp n S t a n 11 y seen about the
piers of Antwerp, where he once
gathered news for a newspaper,
conversing with stevedores, so
the Queen evidences her demote cqIH cratic spirit by being seen work-
ne sdiu,         	
HERALD WANT  ADS
BRING GOOD RESULTS
Fort Georgo, B.C.
F. P. Burden, Mpr. F. C. Green, Mur.
Nelson, B.C., A. II. Green, MKr.
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Gvil Eminem, Dominion I B. C. lard Survivor,
SorvoyRof  I .ueeilee. Mine' . Teewleeelteea,  TirillMT
l.ieeeelee    Etc
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
LOST rLast Saturday night Set of False
Teeth. Kinder please return to Herald
Office—Reward.
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"Wel!   I'll be
but paid it saying:   ''Now, hand j"* in the slums of Mussels. She
me that saw and I'll take it home has es tab lished hospitals in
myself and  be   rid  of   t h \sm^ Places in BelSium-
foolery."
"Hand it to you?   Where do
you think you are
and is
head of an association of women
who strive to ameliorate conditions under which hard working
I
SMITH'S
CREAM  WAFFLE   HOUSE
Hamilton Avenue
It's the Fresh Eastern Oysters
U'h the Hum and Eggs
It's the lluller
It's the Meat Specials
It's the Halted Spuds
It's the Pure Maple Syrup
It's the Honey in coml)
It's the Pie Crust
It's the Service
It's the Best in the City
Motto : Quality and Servico
^
J. F.   CAMPBELL
C1V1I, ENGINEER
RrltUh  Columbia   Land  Surveyor
I_teel Affeent        Timber Cruiser
Representing GORE ft MCGREGOR, Limited
McGreuor Builellne/, Third Street, SOUTH
EORT GEORGE. B.C.
Jf
II PAYS TO ADVERTISE
He.»_innitiezne>xt wre>k wee will p-elabli-eh a
Teleejraph <"Ii,-., ul Irime George.
All Telegrams tor Prinee Qeorge and
enlrul  1-e.it Ge>e,r—^^^^^^^^^^^^
Prince Qeorge (Mile
We lire eel
between I'i
elelivery .
FUKT KOIItE i ALBERTA TELEPHONE AND
ELECTRIC CO. LTD.
We do not run a department
store, we run a wood yard. Johnson & Finliison.
ROOMS TO RENT
AT THE
Victoria Hotel
(Formerly Grand Union)
OPPOSITE CLUB CAFE
Third Street     -     South Fort George
Hot ud Cold Water Baths
F.C. BURCH       • Proprietor
^^^^____^ You're in ,_a^^^^^^^^™
Alabama and I'm in Chicago, and II0^,llve'.	
you'll have to wait two weeks for;   Th,e, simphcity in wh.ch  the
that saw " 'roy   'am,'y 'ives 1S remarkable.
the dealer  hunRlThey rare'y  0CCUPy  the  Sreat
peg andputthejPalace- Preferring to live in a
money in his cash drawer. I Vll'a nea? b*-
"That makes $1.67, he said. I    rhe.Pnvate life of the King is
Whereupon
the saw on  a
"It has cost you two cents more
and taken you two weeks longer
to get it than if you had paid
my price in the first place."
Call on Johnson & Finlaison
and get their prices before you
buy your winter fuel. Phone 46
3 rings.
without a stain and he has long
been called the "most respectable ruler," The royal couple
have three children, two sons
and a daughter, the latter being
a great favorite with the people.
Remember our prices are cut
to met the times. Ask for rates
at Hotel Re barts.
BARGAINS IN BUILDERS
SUPPLIES.
FROM MANUFACTOR TO CUSTOMER DIRECT
Yon effect an eeieermemee Hnvlnir on Windows,
Doorie, Moulding. Pprcli Column*, etc., Building Paper and Builderee' Hardware b.v 1'iivinez
direct by null.      NOTE THESE PRICES :
6-cross panel doors for        d[1 fft
light stain or oil iploi"
6-croas panel doors for        $1 CA
dark stain or paint yl»«lv
Window Frames
Door Frames
Evergrtkinf ia slock far immediate shipment.
Wt sell to anyone.    Ship everywhere.
WRITE FOR NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
A. B. CUSHING LUMBER CO., Ltd
806 POWELL ST.     VANCOUVER, B, C.
Fresh   *!!'
!_LJL_____:*    Mutton
Meats vand_
       Veal
Wholesale and retail
THE B. C. MEAT MARKET
FORT GEORGE AND
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
$1.30
$1.35
OUR BATHS ARE FREE
with steady roomers at Hotel
Robarts.
FOR SALE
prince george lots
Granu Tiiunk Pacific Townsite
Lot 18, Block 16H   Lot 10, Block 200
Lot 9,     ,,    113   Lot 19-20 ,,    327
PRICES   BELOW  THE  MARKET
Will accept reasonable offer fe>r tho whole
for Cash or Torm a, balnnco in 6.2-tf months
Write or Wire '
J. ID. UWRDK. 2035, Crenuiie St., MONTREAL.
Sept. aw,t.
4
.1-
•,f 11 Warm You Up
Here are some timely Stove specials
that will be of general interest these
cold davs, and at REAL MONEY
SAVING PRICES.
18 inch Air Light Heater
>>      i'
ii it
ii I) it ii
11 11 ii J)
22
24
28
22 inch Cast Top Flame Stove
25
No. 325 Universal Charm Stove
No. 328      „      „      „
$3.50
4.00
4.50
6.50
7.50
10,00
12.50
13.50
HOOD'S
THE   ONE   PRICE   MERCHANTS
;J restaurants, 2 livery stables, 2;
laundries,  lumber yard, (the
lumber is sawed at Fort Fraser'
and shipped down  by the railroad), rooming houses, millinery j
and dry goods store,  Board of
Trade Building, depot, telegraph
and post office facilities,
THE  CHURCHES
Church of England
Holy Communion 1st and 3rd
Sundays at 8 a. m.
Every Sunday at 11 a.m. Holy
Communion Sung with serrnon.
Morning prayer at 10:15.
Evening prayer and sermon
7:30.
Presbyterian   Church
Rev. A. C. .Justice, pastor,
Services: 11 a. ni. ancl 7.30
p. in. Gospel service.
Sabbath School meets at 10
a. m. for summer months.
11 a. m.-The Minister.
7.30 p. m.-The Minister.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
A. C. Jusieic, Minister.
Local News.
BAIN & WILSON, Ltd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE is hereby given that at the
expiration ot" SO days applieati m
will be made to the Registrar of
Joint-Stock Comj,i.ries  for permission
to change the name of the above Company to "GORDON BAIN CO., LTD."
(Signed) Gobdon Bain,
Prince George, B.C Director.
September 30th, 1914.
COPY OF LETTER.
Pbinc
Messrs. Bain & W
Prince George
Dear Sirs,
I beg to acl
cheque from Nova
writers Agency
cheque from tne
L.SURA3. E   COMP,
account of I:,-..-*'.
Fixture, lestroye
in the St. Rega H
I also wish to thai
prompt rr.eir.'.'-: in .
piid this claim,
i rised more over
d dnction made on
expenses, as I had
this district, these
by the assured.
Yours
George, B.C.,
••; tember28th, 1914
B.C.
lowledge receipt of
-J' eeTIA FIRBUNDER-
for  (3,000.00,   also
1 onhb ticut P ire
■■'■'!   tot {1,000.00 on
•-• on  Furniture and
d  in  the  recent fire
otel. Prince George.
'..-:  you  for the very
filial your Companies
. ■■■■-. agreeably bui-
'   find there was no
a count of adjusters'
in lerstood  that in
expenses were paid
verv truly,
Ii. II. WRIGHT.
EXPERT
Watch Repairing,
Engraving,
and Jewelery
Manufacturing
High-Grade Watches
AND FULL LINE OF
Jewelery, Diamonds, and
Precious Stones.
Native Gold and Souvenir
. Spoons.
Pennes' Jewelery Store,
HAMILTON AVENUE,
SOUTH FORT GEORGE.
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the " Revised Statues of
British Columbia, chapter 13 " entitled "An Act representing Assignments for the benefit of Creditors " and
amending Acts and known and cited as
the "Creditors' Trust Deeds Act,"
John A. Bowles, carrying on business
as Gents' Furnishings Merchant, at the
town of South Fort George in the
Province of British Columbia has this
day made an assignment to William D.
Kennedy, merchant, of his estates, real
and personal credits and effects which
may be seized and sold under execution
for the benefit of bis creditors.
A meeting of his creditors will be
held at the office of John A. Bowles,
South Fort George, B. C, on Friday,
tne 9th day of October 1914, at the hour
of 3 o'cIock p.m. to receive statements
<jI' alfairs and for the general ordering
of the estate and you are hereby notified to attend either in person or by
representative.
All claims must be filed with the
undersigned verified by statutory declaration and to entitle any creditor to vote
i.is claims must be hied on or before the
date of the meeting.
And further take notice that on and
after the 9th day of November, 1914,
the said assignee will proceed to distribute the assetsof the insolvent amongst
parties entitled thereto having regard
only to claims of which he has then received notice and that he will not be
liable for the said assets or any part
thereof to any person or persons of
whose claims notice shall not have been i
received by him on the above last mentioned date.
Dated at the town of South Fort
George, B. C. this 26th day of November, A. D., 1914.
WILLIAM D.  KENNEDY
Assignee.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Fort George School
SPECIAL Rates by week or
month, Hotel Robarts,
Making Row
"Come on, Bill," whispered
the old burglar in disgust. ' 'It's
no use wasting time here."
"Don't you think those lovers
will get off the steps soon?" tha
new burglar.
"No. I just heard him say
that was the last kiss. They'll
be an hour yet."
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender for Fort George School "
will be received by the Honorable
the Minister of Public Works up to noon
of Tuesday, the 13th day of October,
1914, for the erection and completion of
a two - room school at Central Fort
George, in the Cariboo Electoral district.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 27th day of July, 1914, at the
oflice of Mr. Thos. W. Heme, Government Agent, Fort George; Mr. H. G.
Perry, Secretary of the School Board,
Fort George; and the Department of
Public Works. Victoria.
By application to the undersigned,
contractors can obtain one copy of the
plans and specifications for the sum of
ten dollars ($10), which will be refunded on their return in good order.
Each proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of
Canada, made payable to the Hon. tne
Minister of Public Works, for a sum
equal to IU per cent, of tender, which
shall be forfeited if the party tenderii g
decline to enter into contract when
called upon to do so, or if he fail to
complete the work contracted for. The
cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderes will be returned to
them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed
with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
J.  E.  GRIFFITH,
Deputy Minister and Public
Works, Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B. C.
24th, July, 1914
Oct, 3-14-2t.
Mr. Pollinger assistant to Rev.
Sadler of the English Church has
gone to Vancouver to enter
college intending to complete his
theological course for full admittance to the ministry.
# •  t  t  t
We regret to learn that Mrs.
(Dr.) Keeley has been obliged to
enter the hospital in Vancouver
to have a slight operation per-!
formed. Shefell while here but |
did net then consider the injury
serious.
#       4       4      4       4 ,
Phone Johnson & Finlaison 45
3 rings for your winters' wood.
# # #  •  •
Mr. and Mrs. O'Flaherty are
now occupying the house on 7th
Avenue formerly occupied by Dr.
Keely.
<  *  *  •  •
Mrs. Randall entertained at
cards on Tuesday of this week.
Mrs, Fetters and Mrs, Ruegenitz
were the prize winners.
# #  t  #  *
ELECTRIC LIGHT in every
room.   Hotel Robarts"
Mrs. Lazier gave a tea on
Wednesday in honor of her sister
Miss Mabee of New Brunswick.
# *  *   »   #
Mrs. Armstrong mother of Mr.
J. E, T. Armstrong manager of
the Hudson Bay arrived in town
on Sunday and will remain with
her son for the winter.
"   ■«* H1IU   •
*****
Buy your wood from Johnson
& Finlaison,
Our rooms are the largest and
brightest.   Hotel Robarts.
The druggist danced and
chortled till the bottles danced
on the selves.
"What's up?" asked the soda
clerk. "Have you been taking
something?"
"No," gurgled the dope dispenser, gleefully. "But do you
remember when our water pipes
were frozen last winter?"
"Yes, but what-"
"Well, the plumber who fixed
them has just come into have a
prescription filled."
HERALD WANT ADS
BRING GOOD RESULTS
Bmkwi.-Blessed are the bankers, for they shall always be
first inline for Government help.
Room by the week or month,
CUT to meet the HARD TIMES,
*****
Miss Patterson left on Wednesday evening by way of Prince
Rupert for Los Angles, Cal.,
where she will spend the winter.
*****
S. S. McGoffin has returned to
the City of the Georges from St.
Paul and the East.
*****
Clean fir wood for fuel, Johnson & Finlaison.
*****
The Herald was misinformed
when it stated in last week's
issue that Mr. J. R. Sproatof
Battleford, Sask., had the contract for wiring the new hotel at
Prince George. Mr. S. C. McDonald of Victoria has the contract and the work is just being
completed.
*****
Our water is the best ancl fresh
each day.   Hotel Robarts.
*****
Rev. and Mrs. Sadler have returned from their honeymoon
trip and are at their home in the
rectory at South Fort George,
*****
Captain Brown of the steamer
B.X. is open for congratulations,
It's a girl.
REDUCTION SALE
OF THE
Big Store
Watch this space
Next Week for
Startling Price Reductions
SALE  OPENS
Saturday, October loth
HOLD YOUR BUYING
KENNEDY, BLAIR & COMPANY, LIMITED,
TO THE HOME SEEKER
WHEN cities and towns feci the depresses t'fTect of a tight money
market and a general re-adjustment of commercial and financial
conditions is taking place, the cry is "Back to the Farm.'1 \ man
is so little affected by changing tinancial conditions Bn : - --ailed hard
times as the farmer. The Fort George farm-landj will solve your
problem Mr. Homeseeker. No richer undeveloped onotry ies out of
doors and no better agricultural opportunities ever existed than those
to be grasped right here and now. Fertile lands excellently located,
good transportation facilities and a waiting market, what more do
you want ?
Let us help you secure the choice farm you have longed for. We
have some of the beBt selections in the district : cr prices are fair,
our terms easy, and every possible assistance is given tne intending
settler.
NORTH  COAST  LAND Co., Ltd.,
Phone 15. PRINCE GEORGE, B. C.
L. R. WALKER, General Aeent.
STOVES
for COAL or WOOD
HEATERS   RANGES
of all kinds and sizes
lor every Kitchen
We are exclusive agents for the famous
"GURNEY STOVES." Our THICKS
are right.
We are allowing a special 10 per cent.
discount on every article in our stores.
Orders will be taken at our Prince George
Yard as well as at our store at South.
LOOK UP YOUR STOVE REQUIREMENTS
Remember the 10 per cent. CASH Discount.
THE NORTHERN LUMBER & MERCANTILE CO, LTD.
G, e. HcliMUN. Sw.UU
W. F. COOKE, Pr«.
RUSSEU PEDEN, Vice-Pin.
Mr. Hugh Stewart, .c.,r.i.b.a.
ARCHITECT,
GEORGE STREET, PRINCE GEORGE
ECKSTEIN * WILSON
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Haight Bldg, Prince George, B. C.
P. E. Wilson  :: L. P. Eckhtein.'
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
TO   RENT
New Modern Five-Room Bungalow,
Prince George, Ottawa and Bowser
Street.
For furthor Partloulart npiely ;
II. WILSON, Mgr., Comer Laselle _ Seventh
P.O. Bn 64 SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Quit Baking
NOW you can buy
3 Loaves Bread for 25c
Gen
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,STRY ami CAKES nt
Also PAST .
Reasonable Prices
HARRY M. BURNETT
Architect and Civil Engineer
Temporary Office:      j
Corner Vancouver and Eight';-'
PRINCE GEORGE, B.u
OUR PARLOR makes it V%
ike.   Hotel Robarts.     	
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Think of the price of our
$4.00 a cord  and less-
Johnson & Finlaison.

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