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 Worth While
$1.50 a Year.
VOL. 6, NO. 7.
PRINCE GEORGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1915.
Price Five Cents
City Board of Trade
Becomes Active Body.
Question of Changing Name will come up at Next Meeting
Realizing Poverty.   Movement of Wheat
At the special meeting of the
Fort (leorge Board of Trade, held
in the City Hall, last Tuesday, a
large number of the members
were present and considerable
business of importance was transacted. The question of changing the name of the board to the
Prince George Board of Trade,
which name would Seem more
appropriate, will come up again
for settlement at the meeting to
be held Tuesday, November 2nd,
In addition to the regular officers six new committees have
been appointed.   These are ;
Transportation-H. L. Gurwell
J. H. Johnson, and V. N. Bogue.
Agriculture—C. W. Moore, A.
W. Wright and J. A. Shearer.
Publicity—G. C. Macleod, F.
M. Ruggies and J. A. Turner.
Roads and Bridges—W. G. Gillett, W. P, Ogilvie and H. A.
Carney.
Mail Service—E. Pooke, G. D.
Williams, F. J. Claxton and Dr.
R, W. Alward.
It is an excellent thing now     The   Vancouver   papers   an-
and then to look yourself in the j nounce  that    the   government
eye and ask where you might; terminal elevator there will be|
have been if the scene had been■ ready for use by January 1st,;
 , set for you somewhat differently, > and that after that date it is ex-
_,, .. , , . , , ,! You began, say, in a comfortable iPected a considerable proportion
The city board of trade, what-|home where you were properly; of the Western grain crop will |
name, promises nourjghed and protected you go that way. Even under exis-
went to school, where, though ting conditions it will probably
you did not learn a great dell, j pay to ship from Alberta points
you at least had free and pleasant!to Vancouver rather than take
space in which to grow and play, j the long all-rail route to the At-
Latest News of Interest
From Theatre of War.
Reputed Bulgarian Successes are Proven Fictitious.
ever will be its
to become an important andac-j
tive factor in the developing of
this city and the surrounding district.   Now is certainly the time
when careful advertising of the Y7u associated with a comfort-: lantic But it will be when ocean
city and district's possibilities ably p,aced| uplooking sort 0f; carrying rates become normal
will result in great good, [ peop|e . and w[ien you 8imc^ 0U( j again and when westbound rai'
LONDON.—It is claimed on I over 60,000 since the commence-
good authority that many of the j ment of the new Balkan cam-
reputed Bulgarian successes are; paign.
The industrial committee has
not yet been appointed. This
matter will receive attention at
the next meeting.
ut, agai
of! way
for yourself very likely some iff I way rates are equalized with the
them said a pleasant word fo!" j eastbound that we shall obtain
you that helped. You now drop! the full benefit of the change,
a bank note in the charity box—I More permanent conditions at
ior hear of somebody else doing; Panama would also help. The
j it—with the thought that its re-; canal is at present out of use as
  i cipients, though quite deserving, j the result of another great slide
If you wish to vote at the com-1 are chiefly unlucky in that they j at the big cut which used to be
To the Voters.
ing civic election don't fail to ac
quaint yourself with the require.
were not born with your capacity j called Culebra, but has recently
to get on in the world. j been renamed Gaillard in honor
ments of the law in regard to the! That, however, does not follow; of one of the engineers who sac-
qualification of voters. If youiun'ess y°ur capacity is extra- rificed his life in the work of
lose your right to vote through i ordinary. For a man of ordinary construction. ltis not expected
neglecting to qualify don't blame capacity circumstances over that the difficulty wili be over-
anyone but yourself. Questions which he had no control make a, come till some time in November,
of vital importance will come upbeat difference.   Start him in ~T
at the next election, and your;Poverty and pinch him hard in;     KILLLL) IN ALUON.
vote belongs to your city as well! y°uth and it will be odd if he
as to yourself.
! flowers into a prospective donor.
According to a despatch this
Rich Gold Strike
Northern Alberta
Discoverer Claims to Have
Located Another Eldorado
Near B. C. Boundary.
Another Eldorado, one that
promises to yield as rich a harvest of gold as the Klondike, according to the discoverer, has
been found in the Liard River
district, Northern Alberta, states
Mr. Charles F. Law, Canadian
representative for the D, A.
Thomas interests, who has just
returned after spending the last
two months in the Peace River
district,
The "big strike" has been
made not far from the British
Columbia boundary. The field is
said to extend over an area of
more than 300 miles. The prospector who claims to have made
the lucky find has been exploring
the region for the past seven
years. He declares now that the
quest has been successful.
Mr. Law is so firmly convinced
that a really big strike has been
made that ho has become associated with the discoverer and
plans to send in an expedition to
examine the claims. The conditions for mining are almost iden-
The Other Fellow's Job.
The beginning of real charity is I week from Ottawa, Pte. John D
'< the thought: "But for good luck | Craig, of Quesnel, has been killed
there go 1," jjn  action.   Pte.  Craig  was   a
  ; brother of Russel Craig, for many
false reports, Both French forces
and Serbian troops have severely
repulsed the Bulgarians, and the
fighting is favoring the allied
forces, A force of Bulgarian irregulars who were said to have
destroyed an important railroad
not only did not harm the rai'
Germany and Peace.
Sir Edward Grey does well to
make it plain that, until Germany
is finally disabused of this conception of her mission, there can
be no serious talk of peace. So
far as we and our allies are con-
road,  but were" actually wiped !cerned' freedom by the grace of
(Iermany   is   a  contradition   !~
out.
BERLIN.—Despite   the   fact!
that several Russian attacks were
repulsed in the vicinity of Baran-
okitch they   made  progress  at
different points.
STOCKHOLM. - British submarines are working havoc a-
mong the German merchantmen,
lhe sinking of four ships has
been recently reported here.
LONDON.-According to despatches from Servia, the losses
of the Austro-German forces total
As to the Election.
Two Chinese were hit in the! years connected with the North-
| Western Scots.
The man behind the harrow,
with his jersey full of dirt, looks, ._wwm^^^^mtmm^^K^^^^^^^^K^mBmtnm_^^m^
with evergrowing envy at the i head in Vancouver last week, one j ern Lumber & Mercantile Co. of
merchant's laundered shirt; but \ by an automobile and the other [this city. Russel Craig is now
the man behind the counter fees | ^ 8 hammer. Neither was killed, j a member of the 67t Battalion,
the nagging of the trade, and j naturally,	
would swap his polished scissors! _ _ ~
for the farmer's rusty spade.  In FbtSt  SnOW  of
the night  the sleeping  doctorl ,i       q
hears the clanging of the phone j i"6  u6fllS0n.
and, "I wish i were a lawyer,"        flH^Bfl
is his aggravated moan; but the; Early this week this district j A a fftjrlv well aUenc|ed meet
lawyer in his nighty hears thei was visited by an early snowfall. j,ng in the princetg Theatre la8t
doctor's c.r go past, and he says: i Several inches of snow fell in a|evenirK N[r parker Williams de-
"That lucky doctor must be mak-\ few hours, but as the tempera- j )iveml ftn addre99 ftn gubjecta rf
ing money fast!" The man upon ; ture did not drop the snow had i intere8t to lhe genml electoratei
the vessel   sees  the  coast-line practically all disappeared before ;Mr Williams ,g a member of the
Parker Williams
Addresses Meeting
If we are going to have every
old soak pickled with booze for
three weeks before election, as
Parker Williams says, we shall,
then, by watching carefully the
street procession of booze artists,
be able to decide just when the
election will be pulled off.   We
is a contraaiuon in
terms. The end of the war will
be in sight only when this dream
ceases to be entertained by any
responsible German. If is very
possible to criticise, and justly,
the doctrine of the balance of
power; but to substitute for it
the tyranny of a single power is
to aggravate, not to cure, the
evils which have been wrought
in this doctrine's name. Whatever may be the end of the present conflict, it is quite certain
that that will not be its end.
Demand For
More Recruits.
slowly dwarf, and he longs for;night, and the following day, be-
terra-firma with the man uponyond muddy streets, there was
the wharf; while the other marks '■ no trace of the snow storm. Some
the vessel moving out alone and j apparently short-sighted eorres-
free, and he longs for boundless I Pondent of Vancouver papers
freedom with the man upon thei sent a despatch to the coast pap-
sea.   The little boy in rompers !ers stating that snow was falling
heavily.   Why did he not wait
until the fall was over, instead
thinks his daddy first in grace,
and he wishes he were grown up
with some whiskers on his face:!of stating that though the snow
but his daddy feels the burdens
of the mortgage and the debts,
and he wishes he were Willy in
his baby pantalets! The young
man sees his sister, with her
money-spending   beau, and   he
might not stay, still there was no
let-up ? The idea of snow falling!
in this district before the middle
of October and remaining is too
absurd to even hint at, and while
no disparagement was probably
tically the same as in the Klon
dike, he says, the deposits being! cottage: "What a grand and hap-
found in frozen ground along the j py thing tn have the mighty
creek beds jsceptor  and  the  station  of   a
The   Liard  River district is king 1" Yet I have heardjit whis-
about 1000 miles north of Edmon- j pered
ton.   News of the purported dis
covery has been car
says: "Ifl were sister, I could; intended on the part of the eager
save a heap of dough!" But the | correspondent, still it should be
young girl sees her brother, with j born in mind that the reporting
his volatile finance, and she longs of such happenings in such a
to be the owner of the ballot and manner often has a harmful
the pants. Says the peasant in the I effect.
that the man   upon  the
... r    I throne would rather be the peas-
irefully sup-! ant with a spirit of his own.  So,
Widower Wilson says he will
vote for woman suffrage, and
Widow Gait says "You bet he
will."
The Western Scot."
pressed up to the present. The
prospector who made the strike
js now in Edmonton, awaiting
developments. Mr. Law is of
the opinion that when the particulars become known there will be
a big rush into the region rivalling the Klondike stampede of
'97. Prospectors will be able to
get into the district by way of
the Peace and Mackenzie Rivers
as well as around by Edmonton.
if your lot is irksome,
set your pulse athrob
musing on the virtues
other fellow's job!
you can
just by
provincial house for Newcastle,
having been elected on the
socialist ticket.
Mr. Williams is here campaigning in the interests of John Mclnnis and the socialist party in
general. His remarks dealt
mostly with the supposed grievances of the people against the
government in power. Mr. Williams' chief complaint was that
the timber and mineral resources
of the province had been allowed
to come under the control of
capitalists. How labor, without
capital, is going to cut B. C.
timber and mine B. C. coal is a
matter he did not explain.
The speaker dwelt upon the
wonderful resources of the province, and stated that in his opinion British Columbia was the
richest section of country in the
world in natural resources.
ln strongly criticising our roads
in this district, or reputed lack
of roads, and in condemning the
outlay of large sums for the
building of such roads as the Is-
Great Britain Needs Three
Million More Men By
Next Spring.
London.-'i Ireat Britain needs
have not found out till now just 13.000,000 more men by Spring."
how we should be able to fore-1This declaration was made retell this event, centlv by  Brigadier-General Sir
Eric Swayne, director of recruiting in the northern command, in
a speech at Hull. Gen. Swayne
estimated that Germany still had
between nine and ten million
men from the ages of 18 to 45,
and that, therefore, it is useless
to talk ahout wearing out Ger-
During the month of Septem
ber, 62 carloads of fish were
shipped over the G, T. P, to eastern points. This does not include
small shipments, which would
amount to about eight carloads,
With twenty-five working clays
in September, this works out at niany,
over two and a half carloads per
day.
OF GENERAL INTEREST
British Columbia has the largest trade of any country in the |
world per head of population.
Canada has the most extensive
sea fisheries in the wqrld.
Fine Bill at Dreamland.
wj. Well illustrated and edited, and [ |and Highway, it appears to us
of the: replete with interesting reading ,that Mr. Williams is speaking of
matter, the first issue of th« | something, insofar as this dis-
; Western Scot, the regimental trict is concerned, of which he
journal of the 67th Battalion, i evidently knows little. The roads
mobilized at the Willows Camp, j 0f the Fort (leorge district are
Victoria, is off the press,   The j unquestionably a credit to the
The climate of Western Canada
does more than raise wheat-it
breeds a hardy race. The law of
growth, running through both
animal and vegetable realms,
is that plants and animals alike
attain their fullest development
in the most northern range of
their habitat.
The chief attraction offered at |etterpre88 js g00d and the pic- j community. The member from
the Dreamland this evening is a tupeg £>ome 0llt njce|y views of | Newcastle is surely well enough
two-part Edison feature, starring the Roya| ,.evjew conducted by ja(,quajnted with primitive pion-
Alice Joyce. The title of the j H R jj the Duke 0f Connaught I eerjng conditions in this new
drama is "Cast up by the Sea.' Qn hjg recent visjt t0 Victoria |country to know that it is now
A Hearst-Selig Pictorial Weekly form a feature 0f the issue, i necessary and wil) be necessary
will he shown, andalso a Kalem Tnere ig a pood half-tone of the j for a |ong t,me for men to shoul-
                      comedy    called    "Jimmy   the overseas draft 0f the 67th, and ider a packsack and pack their
.       .,    n „mo_ IPorter."                   , ,   . a picture of Sir Sam Hughes,! 8upp|je8 jnto the more remote
Over Jerusalem* the German     Nextweekcome8 the inimitable Canada>s wai. mirii8ter>               I     t,ong of th,g and other dis.
and Turkish flags are flying side ;CharHe  chap,in   |n  a  roanng The   department   devoted to 'g
by side where once German prin-,             comedy "Athetics" is conducted ly Corp.
ces and warriors battled with the j  _____  HewiU) formerly 8porting editor ^^	
In the opinion of socialist mem- of The Province.   There are sev-I ba is ft finj8hed diplomat,
there will eral other newspapermen in the1
The Pouce Coupee prairie, of
north-central B. (.., is 500 miles
north-west of Edmonton, whieh
is 1000 miles north-west of Winnipeg. Minneapolis is 500 miles
south of Winnipeg, and yet the
climate of the Pouce Coupee
prairie is milder than that of
Minneapolis. Do you see any
significance in that statement ?
In the spring, said he, Germany would lose more men than
the Allies, which would balance
the numbers of the Allies and the
central powers, but if (ireat Britain should raise three million
additional men, Germany would
probably recognise that it was
fruitless to continue.
(ireat Britain, he added, did
not want compulsory service, but
unless three million more men
were recruited by the spring the
military authorities could not be
responsible for the duration of
the war.
Recall of Sir
Ian Hamilton.
The New Crusade.
tan from Palestine will remove, be five socialist
a stain upon Christian civiliza- next provincia
tion placed there by the unspeak-' gatherings will then De
able partnership. I a social character.
Turks for possession of the Holy
Sepulchre,    The crusaders  who.
will oust the kaiser and the sul-,ber from Newcastle,^ ^ ^  who have evidently con.|
egislature.   The'tributed to the initial number,
more of i The journal is to be published
I weekly.
There is no denying that Dum-
British Columbia has been given an order for 650,000 shells.
Satan finds women  for idle
men to marry.
Yes, we are boosting Canada,
and our own province in particular. We feel that we have something to crow about. Here's the
next one: British Columbia's
areas of uncut timber are the
largest in the world, and her
coal fields, mineral fields and
fisheries, also stand in first pluce,
Sir Ian Hamilton has heen recalled from Gallipoli. The task
which he was given there was
one of immense difficulty and the
public will be loath to believe
that whore a man of his gallantry
and proven capacity as a soldier
failed another could have succeeded. However, this is no time
to question military arrangements, Much as we would have
liked to see Sir Ian carry the enterprise through, there is no excuse for making his retirement
the occasion of an outcry against
the war office. He himself, we
may safely venture, would be the
last man to welcome any such
untimely agitifation. Close to a
hundred generals, some of them
of large reputations, have been
removed  from  their commands
! by General Joffre since the open-
The man who says a thing is :. inK of the wari  anc| this thor-
impossible is generally interrup-! oughgoing policy has been fully
ted by someone doing it.
: justified by results.
When the Kaiser weeps, the I After all the real star of the
world, outside Germany, bursts world's series was a chap called
into a loud guffaw.   No one ever Gate Receipts.
so completely lost the respect of: v	
humanity as the Potsdam bully!    Hockey players will soon be
and murderer. I drifting home again. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE NORTHERN
INTERIOR PRINTING COMPANY. LTD.
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Tie.' Horald, P_m_n«o«re. K. C.
Norman h. Wesley, r. r, Walker.
President. Manmrlng Keiiieer.
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  .inn.  1918.
TIIE TURMOIL.
And still the forces of destruction continue their devastation
with unabated fury. When the
first noise of battle marked the
commencement of a now reign
of terror fourteen months ago,
very few thinkers, even tho most
able, had anv idea that tho conflict would last so long. Judging
from present conditions one
might bo led to believe that war
has jus! commenced. Conditions
seem abnormal when there is mi
trouble in the Balkans. Treaties
go for naught, and national integrity apparently resolves itself
into a question ot selfish profit.
A king, for personal reasons,
treads roughshod over his people's wishes, and the autocracy
of tyrannous militarism grinds
millions into tho dust,
True democracy has not yet
come to Europe, and yet tho
present awful holocaust will do
much to hasten it. Never can
man lee free while despotic mon-:
archs sway the destinies of nations. Had Bulgaria thrown in;
her lot with the Allies- and such
was ihe wish of her people—the
war might soon have ended.
Possibly no more glaring example
of the evil of monarchial despotism
has ever oome to light in modem
times than that recently shown
in the action of Czar Ferdinand
of Bulgaria, when, contrary to
the wishes of tiie people of Bulgaria, he forced 'he nation te'
throw in her lot with the Teutonic nations against the entente
powers.
There  can   ! e   hut   one   end.
Eve urn
true i r .-- e..: . . .... harmonised with, military despotism.
Bulgaria's alliance with the Teutons may prolong the war, and
yet her action may lead to such
deadly conflict that from sheer
inability to carry tr.e burden
longer peace may come to the
torn nations.
The World Grows Callous.
From Mexico come reports of
massacres of women and children
by the Yaquis that at one time
would have shocked the world,
hut a year of world-war has
stunned civilization, so that agony, slaughter, sud.ien death in
myriad and frightful forms are
take:' as a matter of course.
There is a danger that our souls
may become calloused to tht
savagery that is abr ■.•. I or, earth
that on y fighting for its extinction will prevent.
IS  LIGHTER   VEIN.
Judging :y tne slowness o
proceedings, someone must hav,
put the balk into the Balkans.
October reigns ar..i rains but
so long as it doesn't snow anv
more everything's jake,
Most reople don't care how
you get your mone.v: thev are
more interested in how they cai
get jour money.
"Sh° says that 1 am dull."
"You should crack a few jokes
occasions iy.   Tell her you want
to marry her, or something  like
that."
That fond parent who opened
a bank acco.int for his new baby
evidently started a fresh heir
fund.
The municipal voters' list of lhe City
of Prince George is composed of the
names of three classes of voters, namely, thost1 who vote ns :
I. Tlit1 assessed owners of property
of tho assessoel value of not less than
$101).
^    FJouseho'ders,
.".   Licensees.
No 1 embraces :
(nl Assessed owners who are not
holders of an agreement of purchase
of the propertj upon which they desire
t.i qualify.
(hi Tnose who are. Before the asse-s-
seel owner of property held under agree-
I menl eif purchase  can have  his  name
I entered on (he voters' list, he is required to tile with the elerk or assessor be-
. fore the e'losintr of  the   voters' list (on
the 80th day  of  November  next, at   fe
p. m. I a statutory declaration providing
lhat he or she is the holder of the lasl
agreement  to purohase  land   eer   real
property or is the last assignee thereof
oy the  terms of whieh   such holder or
issig nee is liable to pay the taxes, and
is a British subject
(,) Authorized representatives of
corporations. A corporation whose
name is on   the   voter.-.' list   shall   vote
only by iis duly authorized agent, whose
authority shall be filed with the elerk of
the municipality on or before the 80th
day ot November, and who shall be a
resident of the Province and a Hritish
subject of the full age of twenty-one
years: such agent shall be entitled to
vole for the corporation from year to
year until his appointment as agent is
cancelled aiid the clerk has notice of
the cancellation.
2. Householder shall extc d to and
include any person of the full age of
twenty-one years who (H occupies
within the municipality a dwelling,
tenement, hotel or boarding house, or
any portion ef a dwelling, tenement.
hotel or boarding house, and (2) has
been a resident in the municipality
from the 1st day of January of the current yea.-, and (3) has, unless exempted
by the precisions of sub-section (ItiTl
or sub-section (168) of Section 54 of the
Municipal Act. paid to the municipality
direct all rates, taxrs ar.d assessments,
whioh are nut chargeable on land and
are due by such person to the municipality fur the current year, to an
pmount of not less than $2, exclusive
of water, electric light, gas and tele-
i-'hune rates ur taxes and license fee*
for dogs
(Tne $2 00 road tax is payable before
the end of tr.e year by every male resi- •
dent who does  not  pay "any uther tax
;er license.)
i.   Licensee.   Any  male or female
(the : .. . .,: tweniy-one. years,
,,:.,: ..:.;. corporation, carrying on business in, and Peing the hulder of a subsisting trade license from the municipality, the annual fee for which is not
lesa than $5. Provided, that ir, the
.•..st of a partnership the annual fee
paid for :t trade license is not less than
So for each partner who is a British
subject and otherwise qualified to vote.
2 and 3. (21 Tne nanie of a householder or of tne holder of trade license
snail not tm entered on the annua!
>oters list unless such holder or householder shall, during the month of October in each year, deliver or ouse to be
delivered to tne municipal cierk a statutory declaration made and subscribed
r.fure a supreme or county court judge,
stipendiary ur police magistrate, justice
of the peace, commissioner fur taking
affidavits within Bntisn Columbia, nu-
tary public ur the municipal clerk, in
the form and to the effect of Form 1 in
the schedule of the said Act in the case
of a holder of a trade license, and o;
Form 2 in the said schedule in the case
of a householder.
•i. No declaration to qualify as a
householder or iicer.se holder shall be
accepted*!)) the municipal clerk unless
:t is delivered within forty-eight hour.-
«fter it is ::..::■. aod all such declara-
loos shall be delivered to the municipa
, .e r.\ oofure , -. in tr.e   afternoon
'•' _ e !.is: ,:,■,:■■ :. :■■ -
eAs this day falls on a Sunday the
time is. bj the interpretation act. ex-
'. '.■■■ I :o include tbe following day,)
5. Nu person shall, under am circumstances, be entit.ed to more than
oue vote fur mayor or aldermen hi ine
s .rt- ele tion, except a voter who also
acts us the dul) authorized agent ul a
c.'i'. oration as above mention ed.
B, Ni. person who is nut ;, British
subject can have his name placed upon
the voters' list, or lie allowed tu vote
.e'. anj municipa] election.
Forms of declaration may be obtained and the necessary declarations made
at the oflice of the city clerk. Citj Hall.
JOHN  A.  TURNER,
City Clerk.
I'rince George,
October lath, 1916,
Cit\ Clerk's Ollice.
sr. Stephen's South Fokt George
I
Sunday.   S  a.m..   Holy   Communion I
(second ami fourth Sundays); 2-80 p.m.,
Sunday   school;   7-80   p. .ii.,   evening|
prayer and sermon.
Wednesday, 7 HO p.m , evening pray-1
er with intercessions for those engaged
in the war.
St. George's, Central Fort George. j
Sunday,  S  a.m.,   Holy   communion
(third   Sunday);    11   a.m.,    morning'
(inner, litany and sermon:   2-80 p.m., j
Sunday   school;   7-80   p. m.,   evening
prayer -ind sermon.
Friday.   7-80 p.m.,   evening   prayer
with intercessions for those engaged in
the war.
Prince George—Temporary church |
on Seventh Avenue.     Sunday, 8 a.m., !
Holy Communion (First Sunday); tl a. I
in. Morning Prayer, Litany and Sermon;
2.80 p.m.. Sunday School.
Holy Communion at all these churches j
0-1 holy days nnd week days, according I
to notice.
METHODIST.
First Methodist Church, Prince
GEORGE, near Princess Theatre. Third
Avenue west. Rev. II. 1.. Morrison,
R.»., pastor. S.'i'e ices at II a m., and
7-8(1 p.m.;   S. nday sol oo', 12 p.m,
[Cartage (Jo.
Parcel Checking
and Storage.
RUSH BROS., Proprietors.
Prince < ieorge,
'hone 51. Opposite Station.
PRESBYTERIAN.
First Church, Fort Oeorge. -Rev.
C M. Wright, B.A., minister. Services
at 11 a.m. and 7-3(1 p.m.; Sabbath
school at 12-15 p.m.
Knox Church, South FortGeorge.
Rev. A. C. Justice, b.a., minister.
Service every Sundav morning in the
church at 11 a.m.; Sabbath school at
2 p.m.
Saint Andrew's Church. Prince
George. —Kev. A. c. Justice, ba.,
minister. Service is held in the Rex
Theatre, George Street, every Sunday
evening at 7-30 p.m.; Sabbath school
in the Kex Theatre, at 2-30 p.m.
GOSPEL TABERNACLE.
Third Avenue, near George Street.
A Gospel Meeting will be conducted,
on Sunday, at 8-16 p.m. There is no;
collection.    All are welcome.
Nechaco Feed
and Sale Stables
2 doors North of Post Office,
BURRARD AVENUE,
Vanderhoof, B. C.
Me.il St .ge to Fort St. James,
every Tuesday, 7 a.m.
Saddle and Pack Horses
for hire.
D. H. HOY, Prop.
Pastime Pool Rool.
' Tothe
Home Builder
'E will sell
you a fine
residential lot
intheMILLAR
ADDITION,
which is within
two blocks of
George Street,
for $325, providing you a-
gree to build a
house costing
$1,000 thereon
within a year.
AM1UK1CAN FLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Corner Hamilton & Third
South Fort George, B.C.
Rates  $2.50 and $3
Monthly and weekly rates on application
Best of winea,
Liquors and ciiran
Albert Johnson, Pr„„.
V-
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Shot and Shells
Shotguns and Rifles
Ammunition and Traps.
EVERYTHING FOR THE
SPORTSMAN - SEE OUR DISPLAY   OF    DUCK   DECOYS.
Kennedy, Blair & Company, Limited.
Fort George Hardware Co.
Sheet Metal.   Furnaces a Specialty.
Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water
Heating.
Phone 12, Prince George. General Repairing.
The Millar Addition of Prince
| George promises to become
the best residential section of this city,
N. H. Wesley
Full Line of Cigars. Cigar
ettes and Tobaccos.
Barber Shop in Connection. Phone 103       George St.
PRINCE GEORGE.
Corner 4th Avenue
and George St.    —*~—m________m___m
Inland Express Company,
CARRYING MAIL AND EXPRESS TO
ALL POINTS SOUTH.
Express Carried on Steamer M. X.
Wm. So merton, Agent      -        -     South Fort George.
t
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F. M. Ruggies & Co.,
The Pioneer Real Estate Agents.
Real Estate - Insurance - Loans
Phone 21.       GEORGE  STREET.       PHO..B21.
^ -=A'
VANDERHOOF HOTEL G— "g^ & co j
Vanderhoof, B. C.
CIVIL  ENGINEERS.
25 Room.. Excellent Cuisine. Dominion ami B. C. Land Surveyor,.
Finest of Wines, Liquors and s irveys .if Lands. Mine?, Townsites,   :
Cigars, American Plan. Ti,nbt'r Limits- etc-
,-.                „ . - -. f"0r' Oww. B-r           V ■ ■■  -.t. B. C.
Kates - $2.50 per day, Srff_s_i?.t,_?L     i».j«ib«rtoijBH«.
K. P. Burden. _*
F. f. On. re. MkT.
J. L. RUTTAN,
Proprietor.
. < ■   •    B  C. New Haze-lvn. R  C,
IC H.erei Slrwt H. C  ArtleH-k. Mitr.
A ll Green, M*t.
Prince George Hotel.
E. E. Phair
Proprietor.
Modern and up-to-date in every respect.
Entire building Steam Heated.   Hot and
Cold Water in Rooms. Public and Private
Baths.
Boston has won the pennant
in the American League four
times, and also two world's
championships,
'Iermany and the United States
have disposed of the Arabic question, and the British expedition
making its way to Bagdad is rap-
i llj solving another Arabic question.
Don't forget the bis circus in
France—the Balkans are only a
sideshow,
Prince Ceorge
Livery Co.
Teaming,
Dray ing,
Livery
Service.
I p- to -date Equipment
Corbett & Fahrencroft,
Prince George.
Phone 58,      P. O. Box 195.
Dr. R, W. Alward,
1) E N T 1 S T.
Ruggies' Bldg.. George St.
G. A. JAMES,
The Rexall Ding Store,
Contractors & builders
NO BUILDING IS TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL TO
RECEIVE OUR CAREFUL ATTENTION
Oel Our Esnrr .If. Free of Chttrf. " Job Work Smir nnd Promptly BUMIad
PrlOPl     .6
SOUTH FORT GEORGE PKINXK GEORGE
•     SECOND STREET
OFFICE
SHOP
THIKD STREt~T
OFFICE and BHOPi
THIKD AYEM'E EAST
CIGARS.   CIGARETTES   AND
TOBACCOS.
Wholesale and Retail.
George Street.
Fort George & Alberta Telephone & Electric
Company, Limited.
(ieneral Telephone and Telegraph Business. Business
Phones, on private lines, $ . a month ; $3 a month, party lines.
Residence Phones. $3 a month, private lines: $2 a month, party
lines. Shortest and quickest line to Vancouver and shortest
cable line to Europe. •
Phone 47 Prince George for messenger or other information.
CHARLES   A.   GASKILL,   Manager. Corp. Hancock Writes interesting Letter Telling of
Life in Training Quarters.
A very interest ing letter hap
been received by H. VV. Cross
from Horace Hancock, now a
corporal with the 54th Battalion
at Vernon. Very little information is given out regarding the
actual daily work of the men in
training, so the news in Mr.
Hancock's letter is very enlightening.   He says:
"You ask me how 1 like soldiering !   Well, so far 1 have enjoyed it fine, and I am beginning to
feel very (it.    We get up at 6
o'clock, have an  hour's exercise
before breakfast,   which   is  at
7-15.   Then we shave and clean
up tents;  then  we drill  from
8-45 to 11-30.   Dinner is at 12,
and then comes drill again from
1-30 to  4-30.   Supper   is  at  5
o'clock and then we are o(T until
9-30,  when we have to  be  in
camp.   Lights are out at 10 p.m.
So you see we live a very busy
life.   The grub is not so bud, but
of course it is served up rather
roughly.   Conditions are responsible for that.   We have enough
to eat and the food is wholesome.
We sleep in tents, eight men to a
tent, our feet to the centre.  We
have a rubber ground sheet and
three thin blankets, and  believe
me it's   pretty   cold   at   nights
sleeping on   the   hard  ground.
But of course they are making
us tough and we
at it.
Widespread interest has been
aroused by the recent publication
entitled "How to finish British
Columbia Wood,'' which is being
circulated under the direction of
the Hon. W. R. Ross, Minister
of Lands. Numerous requests
for copies are being received,
not only from within the Province, but also, from the prairie
and eastern provinces, and already it has been found necessary to issue a second edition.
In addition to the lumber companies, applications are coming
can't grumble | in from architects, builders, house
 I decorators,   carpenters,   manual
"I have been innoculated three instructors in schools, and others
times and vaccinated, so you see interested in the use of wood,
'ihey go after you here.   I was!    The   manner   in   which   the
made a corporal last week, so pamphlet has been received by
unifying the country, would split!
it. It might gel men to Flandeis
somewhat faster, but al the price1
of deep discord at home. Coercion -
still goes  against   the   English
grain.   To be told that he has to |
light,  whether he wants to or
not,  sits rather sourly on  the
Briton's   stomach.   The   sharp
contrast to that thoroughly drilled!   moulded   and   regimented '■
state which Prussia typifies is
found in England.
One labor union coolly tying
up the coal mines, on which the
navy and all munition factories
depend, until working conditions
are adjusted to suit it, and other
unions threatening a general
strike if conscription is adopted,
reveal a social condition quite at
the other pole from the Prussian
ideal. Whether this contrast will
outlast the war is one of lhe big
questions of the day.
New Publication.
have extra duties now.
Conscription-
Would it Pay ?
in
the public i idicates that the use
of wood for interior finish of
homes, offices and other buildings is a subject calling for much
attention.
Copies of the publication will
be mailed  free, so long as the
Opposition to conscription   ... , ,     upQn application
England is by no means confined 110 the Fo,.est Branch, Victoria,
to labor unions. For example,
The Economist and The Statist,
leading financial journals, oppose
it. They must reflect a large
section of City opinion. One
argument is : Why adopt Prussian militarism for the purpose
of beating Prussian militarism ?
The volunteer system has furnished three million men, and
evidently that is rather more than
the War Oflice has been able to
officer, drill and equip.
Though conscription may fur-
ish the raw material for an an
army, it cannot furnish the trained officers and the equipment,
which make the finished product.
It is urged, too, that conscription
completely eliminates the
equation.   There is virtue ina
British Columbia.
IN THE MATTER of the
Administration Act, and of
the Estate of John Robert
Burns, Provincial Constable, late of South Fort
George, who died on 18th
May, 1915.
NOTICE Is hereby given that hy un
order of His Honor JudgeCalder,
voluntary sacrifice but none in |
one made under compulsion, If a||
dated 'Uh September, 1915, 1 wus
appointed Administrator of the Estate
of Ihe above named deceased.
And  notice is  hereby further Riven
that all persons  having  any claims or
[demands  against  the  said  estate are
required to Hie their claims, duly verified under oath, with me on  ur  before
the Ifith day of November,  1916,  after
i which date 1 shall proceed to distribute
moral i the assets of the said deceased among
the persons entitled  thereto,   havinn
regurd only  to  the claims of which I
WarT
Eeon
line
ton the Best
omy
Ogilvicfc Royal Household
Canada's Best Flour
Hair & Co., Ltd., Soutii Fort George, Distributer:
Real Estate.
The Northern Lumber and
M. C. WIGGINS, Mercantile Co.,Limited.
Specialist in Prince
George Lots, Farm
Lands and Acreage.
OFFICIO ;
THIRD AVENUE, PRINCE GEORGE.
Manufacturers of High
Grade   Fir  and  Spruce
Lumber.
Dealers in General Hardware and Builders' Supplies.
Prince George and South Fort George,
CARIBOO LAND DISTRICT.
Takr Notice that James R. McLennan, miner, of Mile 411, B.C., intends to apply for permission to lease
the followin); described lands for quar-
rying purposes: Coniniencing at u post
planted on the northeast corner of Lot
7940, Cariboo, thence south 20 chains,
thence west 40 chuins, thence north
about 4.285 chains to shore of Eaglet
Lake, thence following shore of said
lake east to point of commencement,
! being Lot 7940, Cariboo.
JAMES R, McLE .NAN.
l). F. M. Perkins, Agent.
Dated August 29th, 1915.
 Mill HIIIIII
shall then have had notice; and  I  will
I not be responsible   feer the  said  assets
^^^_^^^^__„^^^^_^^^^__       I uny   ll;ll'l   thereeel'   t i  any person of
man ha8 tO fight for his Country I whose claim I shall not  then huve re-
whetherhewisl.es or not, what ceU'ed m'^ow.v MILBURN
merit is there in fighting ? offlcU, Admjnl8trator for the
The main argument, however, Cariboo Elec'toral District.
NEW YORK
e&Bustin,   \ LAUNDRY.
ugnn
The Quality Barber Shop,
We carry the finest  line  of!
high-grade cigars, cigarettes and
tobaccos in the city.
GEORGE STREET,
PRINCE CEORGE.
MMIIIMIMMIIMIIIIMM
Goods called for and delivered. Lowest prices,
work guaranteed.
CLEANING AND   PRESSING.
Dancing School
In connection with Prince
(leorge Dancing Club.
Moose Hall, 5th Ave., West.
TUESDAY and THURSDAY NIGHTS
Straight and Fancy Dancing.
Private Lessons by Appointment.
Harry Grant : Phone 98
SYNOPSIS OP COAL MINING
REGULATIONS
Fourth Avenue,
Prince George.
E. WALTER ANDERSON,
EXPERT   SHOEMAKER,
Corner George St., and 4th Avenue.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
HAND SEWED WORK- SPECIALTY
Shoes for deformed feet
made lo order.
FRANK COOPER,
High-Class Barber
Work.
IP. E. WILSON,
Fiddle Creek Canyon, Jasper Park.
Barrister and
Solicitor,
Armstrong Block,
Prince (Ieorge.
Razor-Honing a Specialty
Ruggies' Block,
(leorge Street.
Panama News Stand.
Tho Panama News Stand cariies
your home paper, A full line of
Action ia always on hand, ae well at
all current periodical. Beat quality stationery, cigars, cigarettes and
snuffs. We are up-to-date in everything.
George Street - Prince George.
Coul mining rights of the Dominion,
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Nort .-West Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased for a term of
twenty-one years at an annual rental
of $1 an acre. Not more than 2,500
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made by tho applicant in person to;
the Atfent or Sub-Agent of the dis- j
trict in which the rights applied for
are situuted.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for
shall be sta..ed out by the applicant
himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of S5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for art
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine ul the rate of
live cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and
pay the royalty thereon. If the conl
mining rights are not being operated,
such returns should be furnished nt
leust once u year.
The lease will include the conl mining rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of
the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.—58782.
REAMLAXP
THEATRE.
Only High Class
Pictures Shown.
Photo-Play Piano.
(Seven instruments in one)
Shows Every Evening.
EAT AT THE
OPEN KITCHEN,
George Street.
PURE FOOD      ::     WHITE HELP
PopuUr Prices and First-Class Ssrvice.
OPEN GAY AND NIGHT.
PRIVATE  TABLES  FOR  LADIES.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
OFFICIAL WATCH
INSPECTOR G.T.P.
PRINCE GEORGE. micci'sshii eu'cr 1111111 in tne neigiitior-
The list of guests of honor nt n  hood   of    Moose   Springs.     Thry
dinner party given by Lieut. O'Kell brought home the hueon, or rather
of the 67th Western  Soots, in   \'ie-| the venison, tn prove' their prowess
lorin recently, included  the  names|as Nimroils,
nl'   Privates   Walter   II.   Crocker, '	
George  Baiu'le   :uie|   Dan  Wright.'    A marriage of considerable inter-
From a c inunieatioii recently re- ost to local   people  was solemnized
eeiveel ii appears than hun is recently in South Fort Geoi'ge, when
Wright there with the social stuff, Elizalietli Ann Allen became the
while W. II..Mini (leorge probably brideof Norman Josoph Heavenor.
look on with ii bored air of brother- J11', Juslico tied the knut.
l,y interest.    These' lliree stalwarts 	
seem strongly inclined  In  want   to     (||| ym eliiolcoi cr !   Swell
mix it, judging from the report thnt.,..,,  ,•„. |ho.,, ,vj]0 ttttondei|   tlie
tliey have joi I  th.' machine-gun lV>..|ivili(,s.,, Uie MethddW Church
s,rli,"L la.t night, when the Indies served
up a particularly tempting supper.
Pi.:nsoXAi..-D.W.G,B.W.l..C. y0U|)g ,.hlrkr^ niami the star
Tin' liule eilil moss-covered, mud- ■«,,+<,
chinked dug-out on the shures uf
tin' Salmon Iwo days ago lay under
four inches of lhe beautiful. A lone
moose called In a distant unite.
Rifle! Bang I Death! Meat! Fire!
lliyu mtie-a-muc! Come and get it.
Nicotine! Magazine'! Hudson's Hay
ten-point.    Silence,    Dirty I	
Hal   lla!   Retaliation I   Revenge!
'Tis sweet.
According to Detective Walter
Griffin, of Los An. eles, the Vancouver poliee force in the finesti
appearing body of police constables on the Pacific coast.
Some bocjuet!
Messrs. Andy Forrest and Pete
McGregor, of Dewey, nre in town.
Their pretentious home town is
located on the land originally preempted by Alderman Ernie Livingstone,
Shooting is lhe order of the day.
Perhaps it Mould have been well to
say thai hunt ing is the order of the
day. .Sill in many casees the two
are combined, as attested by the
fine hags brought in from time to
time. Deer and Moose are undoubtedly 11,ore plentiful here now
than they have been in the past
for a great many years. Grouse
are also fairly numerous.
Mayor Gillett is away on a visit
to Vanderhoof. His Worship was
awarded the contract for the construction of the Vanderhoof school
and bis visit is in connection witb
that undertaking.
The Prince George branch of the
circulating library of the First
Presbyterian church will open to-
day in the city hall.
Minnie, the Meiiiionile maid,
will soon be among us, if the report
is true that a. Mennonite colony is
The youngsters are off to a good
start in their aspirations for athletic '" he started in this vicinity
honors. Tlie gymnastic class met
for the second time last Wednesday
evening in the basement of the First
Presbyterian Church. This is a
most creditable undertaking on lie-
half of those responsible for the
movement, and the hoys should
show great appreciation—which no
douht they do.
Mr. C. E. Brookes, superintendent of motive power on the Grand
Trunk    Pacilic    Railway,    passed
The first Canadian Northern
through train reached Vancouver
early this week. The train was
met at the Alberta boundary line
by a large party of British Col- j
umbians, including Sir Richard j
McBride.
"Are we downhearted? Not
much!" says the Medicine Hat
Times.   "We've put a crimp in
the German submarine warfare.'
We've  banished   German  com-
merce from the seas and estab-'
lished   Britannia's   supremacy. I
We've captured all German colonial possessions. We've stopped
the rush to Calais, and we've
started on the march to Berlin.
A year of preparation, a year of
conflict, and a year of victory.
We're in the second year."
A woman's idea of Hell is :
"Nobody loves me, and my
clothes don't fit."
IN THE MATTER OF "THE
LAND TITLES ACT."
IN   THE  MATTER   of  "The  Landi
Titles Act,"  and in the matter of j
Notice of Exercising Power of Sale !
given by Mary Quatsoe to Ernest
Edwin Deleree, in respect of Mortgage  No.   2730 AV  North  Alberta
Land Pegistration District.
To ERNEST EDWIN DELEREE :
TAKE NOTICE that proceedings have
been commenced against you under
"The Land Titles AcrbyMary
Quatsoe in respect of your default in
payment of $600, principal; and {93.40,
interest; due to her under a mortgage
W, J. Quinlnn,   District  Passenger Agent, (I. T. P, passed through
]the city yesterday,    With him  was
If, M. Rugg, D. P. A., of the C, B.
The   steamer  "fl. X.'1  arrived & Q, from Minneapolis,
from  Quesnel  Thursday.   This  is 	
her last trip this year, and probnbly       m ....        c  tt  i • :     .       i
'.        • ' Alderman . , 11. Livingstone has
ber last   trio on   the Fraser River,      ,•    i i    i   •    . ,•, n
1 arrived back in town alter spending
It is the intention of the B. ('. Ex- ,,     ,    , .,    •    .,      ••■.»•
the past  month   m the vicinity ot
press Coinpanv to snip the inachin- ... „  ,,   ,
.'                                            loneqiiali.
ery of their boats to the north coun-, 	
try, where business will he eon.liic-     jj,.,  \.(l. Hamilton left Thursday
ted on the Peace. ,,jg|U on ft ten-days' visit to Stuart
  ; Lake.
Ernie Burden, of the well-known ■ 	
lirm of (liven Bros. A- Burden, has1    John Boehner returned last  Sun-
through Prince George Thursday,    j made by you to her of Lot Ave (6)
Block one (1) in Norwood Extension,
Edmonton, Plan 6537U, North Alberta,
L. R. D., and such default having continued for one calendar month, the
Mortgagee hereby demands payment,
and gives you notice of her intention to
enter into possession of the said land.
And take notice that if such default
continues for two months from the
date of publication of this notice, the
Mortga.ee intends to proceed to sell
the said Und under the provisions of
"The Land Titles Act."
And further take notice that if such
sale proves abortive and such defuult
continues for six months from the time
for payment mentioned in said mortgage, the Mortgagee intends to apply
to the Registrar for an order for foreclosure.
And further take notice that publica
tion of this notice will be deemed to
be sufficient service of notice of the
said proceedings, under Order of the
Registrar, dated 13th October, 1915.
|    Dated at Kdmontoi,   Alberta,   this
I..,..., ......   I   i       ii    ■    •        i        -.ii,' .  • l.       i.        • uaien   ai   namomc
been Hounded.    He is in a hospital  day Irom a  trip  to  San  Iraneiseo ! 13th dlty of October, 1915.
in   France al   present.   Ernie was nnd other Pacific const cities.
widely known throughout this dis- 	
trict  and  his   many   friends   will      The game'  warden   was in town
eagerly await news of his recovery,   this week.
Hi' joined  the  lirst contingent, C. i 	
M. H. Don't forget the Hallowe'en dance
 ■ November First.
Mr. A. II.   Mahan. general loco-' 	
motive Foreman, arrived iu llie city     Mr.   Al.  Johnson   has   left   for
yesterday morning. | Vancouver on a business trip.
WITH  THE  PLAYERS.
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1
McDONALD & TIGHE,
Solicitors for Mary Quatsoe.
Approved, October 13th. 1915,
W. A. DEYL,
Deputy Registrar, N A.L.R.D.
(Oct. 30-2t.)
W. P. OGILVIE,
Barrister and
Solicitor.
George Street,
Prince George.
Mutual
Profit.
QOOD merchandise
behind careful
advertising will always bring satisfaction. The Herald
is the best advertising medium in this
district. An advertisement in our columns will bring your
goods to the notice
of ready buyers—
with profit to us all.
Phone 25.
The Time to Bey.
THE price of choice farm-lands is lower
today than will be the case when financial and world conditions once more become normal. The careful buyer of good
property during this depression will realize
a big profit. The man in search of a
home, where success is assured, will find
his opportunity here and now.
We own exclusively some of the best
pieces of agricultural land in the Prince
George district and are offering some exceptional bargains.
Write for our free illustrated booklet
or call at our George Street office for full
particulars.
NORTH   COAST   LAND   CO.,   LTD.,
R. R. Walker, Central Agent.      GEORGE STREET, PRINCE GEORGE, B. C.
J
Walter F. Gregg,
CIVIL ENGINEER,
British Columbia Land
Surveyor.
Post Building,
Prince George.
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the .Superintendent of Provincial Police for renew
il of the hotel licence to sell liquor bj
retail in the hotel known as the Hote
Northern, situate at South Fort Georgi
in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this first day of October, 191F.
ALBERT JOHNSON,
\ Applicant, j
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DRUGS - MEDICINES • PRESCRIPTIONS,
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos, at Wholesale and Retail.
Stationery, Magazines, News [wipers, Confections, and
Toilet Articles.
Fort George Drug Co., Ltd.
Laselle Avenue, South Fori George.   ::   George Street, Prince George.
KODAKS - GRAMOPHONES - RECORDS
Mason & Henderson,
Building and General
Contractors.
Plans and Estimates
Furnished.
Prince George, B. C.
STAG CIGAR STORE
New and Up-to-Date.
All Current Magazines and Newspapers.
Full stock of best quality Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos.
Fresh Candies at all times.
M. NURICK, Proprietor.
Corner THIRD md CEORGE,
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TRUNK
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Edmonton - Prince George
Prince Rupert
THROUGH   STANDARD SLEEPER
NO. I Leave Edmonton Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays 10.315 p.m.
WESTBOUND Arrive Prince George Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays 8.00 p.m.
Leave Prince George Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays 8.15 p.m.
Arrhe Prince Rupert, Mondays. Wednesdays, Fridays 6.16 p.m
NO. 2 Leave Prince Rupert Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays 10.,'I0 a.m
EAST BOUND Arrive Prince George Tuesdays, Fridays, Sundays . 8.30 a.m.
Leave Prince George Tuesdays, Fridays, Sundays . 8.46 a.m.
Arrive Edmonton Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays 8.00 a.m.
CONNECTIONS AT EDMONTON TO AND FROM  POINTS EA.ST
Travel via the
BEST NEW RAILWAY
EVER CONSTRUCTED.
Our Agents will be pleased to furnish uny
information desired.
W. J. QUINLAN.
. i.itrlct PaaMtiger Ait-tent.
Winnipeg M»fc
Best Quality Kiln-Dried
Fir and Spruce Lumber.
Sash and Doors, Lath,
Shingles, Lime, Cement.
Bogue & Browne Lumber Co.
Glass and Builders' Supplies.
FIFTH AVE. & DOMINION ST. PRINCE GEORCE
Just Stop and Think
of the risk and inconvenience of burning coal oil.
Why not be up-to-date? Have your house wired,
it costs but a trifle more. Rates on application at
our office - Rooms 7 & 8, Post Building, George
Street, and at the plant, South Fort George. We
have a stock of lamps, shades, fixtures, irons, and
handle all utility devices.
Northern Telephone & Power Co., Ltd.
Electric Light Service and Power Furnished.
House Wiring and Electrical Fixtures of all kinds.
Phone 19- Four Kings, South Fort George.
Phone 10, Prince George.
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