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 Vancouver Aug. 14th.—Silence reigns supreme in the North Sea, all British continental traffic has been
resumed, indicating that the German fleet is being held in check. The North Atlantic commerce routes are
sale as tar south as Trinadad; the liners are resuming their runs. The little British cruiser Bristol fought
a running engagement with the German dreadnought Karlsruhe, after the latter had escaped from the British
cruiser buftolk in the North Atlantic. Broadsides were exchanged between the Suffolk and the Karlsruhe in
a heavy sea, but the German proved too fast.   The Suffolk brought the news to Halifax.
lhe Rainbow this morning escorted the Shearwater and the Algernine into Victoria, and left immediately
after for the open sea under sealed orders presumably to meet the German crusiers Leipzig and Nurnberg
seen heading up the coast.
London, Aug. 15th.—Germans' advance checked everywhere. Belgian strength unexpected. Austria
now at war with England. The Austrian steamer Baron Bautch was blown up by a hidden mine, 150 killed.-
Eal Kitchener predicts that the war will last at least 18 months. The blue funuel liner Protesilaus now
clocked at Vancouver has been taken over by the admiralty.   She will leave here to-night for troopship duty.
Coburg, Ont., Aug. 14.—A battery of heavy Artillery arrived here to-day, also four naval guns.
J>
L l.ll STRIKE REPORT-
ID ao MILES FROM HERE
Ip io the present the min-
• possibilities in the vicinity
the city of Fort George iV0L- 4. NO. 50.
; been a subject of conjee
eofge
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C., SATURDAY, AUG
$3 PER ANNUM
"NEVER LESS ALDNE
THAN WHEN ALONE"
eie
chi
na
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Terrific
Of Liege Forts
German
German Heavy Artillery Pour
A Rain of Lead into the
Brave Defenders
Although mining enthusi-
s dreamed of its posibili-
s  and pictured in their,   It is strange that       le of
Is another Cobalt or a intelligence should ever become
one Paw, yet they lacked obsessed with the idea that -the
ficient proof to convince ignorant t the most out of
■canny investor in these \\fe>>
.of sure-thing proposi-!   Ignorance is misery.   The
s i hat an investigation: ignorant are always the prey of
a legitimate one. innumberable idle apprehensions
i ll with  the invasion of and superstitions.   They cannot
- district,  of  a   pioneer adapt themselves to a change of
•■:it: beaming with these circumstances  or  environment.
!.k. eristics, initiative and They age faster. Their pleasures
tiveness has resulted pall sooner and are of the lower
nany  prospectors  taking and less satisfying kind.
lhe   hills   in   search   of    A cultivated mind, provided it
ire's great   potential is also a healthy mind, finds in
ilth, with the verdict that thoughtltself a keen enjoyment
efforts  have  not been of which the ignorant know noth-'
m' ing.   It more easily  reconciles
:nne three weeks ago Mr. itself to the inevitable, has a ascertained, and the previous reports from Paris announc-
'iiey representing a num-keener appreciation and enjoy-' ing that the  landing of   British  troops had  evoked
'ocal business  men ment of nature, seeks after those enthusiasm carefully hid the place of embarkation.
London, August, 13.-The authorities here have taken
the greatest precautions to prevent the leakage of information as to the military and naval movements, but indications were seen in the commandering of large liners and
the stoppage .of cross-channel passenger traffic, that
another British expeditionary force would probably soon
depart.   The destination of this expedition could not be
Local Company of
Frontiersmen Forming Here
Captain Leathern late of the
Royal    Artillery   is   forming  a
company of volunteers to join
the Legion of Frontiersmen.
Captain Leathern  received   the
following telegram yesterday;—
To Captain W. I. Leathern,
Late Royal Art'llery,
Fort George, B. C.
Am taking steps through Commandant Legion of Frontiersmen
to have Fort Ueorge command
recognized    immediately.     Am
writing fully by tonights' mail.
Enroll and await my letter.
(Signed) W. J. Wilson,
Commandant,
Edmonton
.overed  a  ledge   in   the'things  that are  really   worth
bourhood   of   H i X 0 n while, learns to discard the vain
k, about thirty miles in and unimportant things of  life,
south -easterly direction rises above silly and superstitious
m  Fort George,  on   the fears, and seeks its highest, all-
of the  P. G. & E.   Rail- around fruition.   It more easily
'Hith.    Here we are in-1 endures seclusion and sol.ude.
tried  that some eighteen "Never  less  alone than when
ms   have   been   located, alone," wrote Thoreau.
: the ledge averages ap-     Usually "the ignorant and un-
imately 30 feet in width educated" have not the slightest
I essays from $7.80 to as conception of the use of solitude.
'■'■ as four hundred dollars They  know nothing of the
ton. pleasures of reflection.   They
'his  property  has  since have I;0 resources within them-
n binded to'a number of selves-   Can anyone imagine
ttie capitalists, whom, we that  Emerson or Thoreau  got
lerstand   has secured a 'ess out °f ''^e t'ian l'ie ''g'lorant
'"king option at a price of antl uneducated."
"•'"l( I.   This new find has 	
ulted   in  a  considerable'      THE CHURCHES
du.s of prospectors in dif- 	
ht directions. Church of England
I'ld a  few  days ago Mr.     R<>v.     M.     Sadler,     pastor,
' emey and Mr. McNermy next Sunday the following ser-
'  prospectors   who   were vices will be held :   Matins   11
1   lifted some weeks ago by «■ '"•'   Evensong 7.30.
;   .Vlldicate of local business'    Holy Communion 8 a. m.
''■  n. returned with about 50    Mattens 11 a. m.
mds of white and gray!   Evensong7.30p. m.
artz  litterally   dazzling! Presbyterian  Church
With fine gold..     ' Rev. A. C. Justice,     pastor,
This find is in a different Services:    11 a, m. and   7.30
ection, lying about four P- ">• Gospel service
les in a south - westerly
V;
ection from Prince George
are informed by a num-
'; of mining men who have
|*isited the property, that the
uZa is about thirty inches
W''Z that it has been strip-
' for a distance of three
"undred feet, and that they
10 down now about twenty
!,vl, with indication of valves
"■creasing with depth.
. fining Engineer Jennings
;; now at the property mak-
;"' an investigation, and we
lu,l»e to be in a position with j°n
' lr next issue to give a more *"
' bailed and accurate report
01 ibe new find.
With the exhibition of
samples brought from this
strike has  resulted  in  an
exi
Sabbath School meets at
a. tt). for summer months,
11 a, m.-The Minister.
7.30 p. in.—The Minister.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
A. C. Justac, Minister
10
who are now in the field
staking. ,
While this Journal wishes
torefain from taking a too
optimistic view until further
developments are persecuted
on account of the misapprehension that might be caused
the outside. Yet from
the samples on exhibit and
from information obtained
from a most reliable souce
we do not hesitate to state
that if the quantity is there
as reported, that the strike
No hint has yet been given as to the position of the bulk
of the twenty-four German army corps, or of the twenty-
one French army corps.   It is known that several of the
German corps are near the Russian frontier.   The organization of other corps from the immense body of reserves
! must have occured since the mobilization.   These probably
j have taken the places in the interior fortified cities of the
! soldiers of the active army, who are, it is assumed, now
prepared to make their first dash at the enemy.
It is pointed by military men that any decisive offensive
movement by the German or French army, will envolve
several hundred thousand men on each side, whose contact
will throw into the shaddow the fight at Liege.
Reports from many quarters record further captures of
merchant vessels sailing under the German flag, while the
presence of contact mines even in neutral waters, was
shown in the wreck of the Norwegian steamer in the
Zuider Zee in the Netherlands.
Paris, Aug. 8th.—It was officially announced to-day that
Portugal would  support Great Britain in the general
European war, after Germany had demanded information
I of her intentions.
j London, Aug. 12th.-Late dispatches this morning report
'an important engagement between the French and
Germans in Luxenburg. The Etoile Beige of Brussels
learns from an official source that no decision has been
reached on the question of an armistice at Liege, an engagement having been begun elsewhere. An official
communication at Paris states that the troops in the
fortress at Liege being sufficient for the defence of the
town, an active division mobilized at Liege has joined the
army in the field.
Paris, Aug. 12th. -According to reliable information received here, Belgian troops have cut the railroad between
Arlon and Virton thus stopping all transportation in the
direction of Virton. The Belgians took the rails away
bodily. Several German regiments marched into battle
under the Belgian cockades in order to deceive the
defenders.
Berlin, Aug. Ilth.-The official German account of the
siege of Liege says : "On Wednesday the German advance
guards penetrated along the entire Belgian frontier. A
small detachment tried a coup d'main with great boldness
at Liege. Some of the cavalry entered Liege with the
intention of seizing the commander of the forces, who only
saved himself by flight."
"Our attack on the fortress itself, the fortifications of
dus of over two hundred I is a genuine one
NOTICE
APPLICATIONS   FOR   ENROLLMENT WILL BE RECEIVED
AT THE
Forest Office,
South Fort George
OR BY
Captain Leathem
at
the real estate office of
E. Roberts, Fort George
BVAtfraction For Tonight
1X27J  r\	
Tonight in the South Fort
iGeoijgfe'- Theatre the local fans
wili.be treated to the best boxing
ever staged here.
Three big events—One 6 round
bout between Len Halliday and
Young Togo the Japenese fighter; one six round bout between
Harry Anderson and Bert
Hughes and the main heavyweight bout between 'Fighting'
McKay and Kid Clements. The
three bouts promise to be very
interesting. Young Togo nwans
to do for Halliday and he is very
apt to do just what he says.
Beft Hughes knockedout Harry
Anderson eighteen months ago
at the coast and declares that he
can do it again even though
Anderson is now ten pounds
heavier, and this bout alone is
worth the price of admission.
'Fighting' McKay is matched
against Kid Clements and as
Clements is somewhat of a dark
horse, we may expect some surprise from that quarter; however
he will !>ave to go some to knock.
McKay out for he is one of the
fastest fighters in the ring and
not afraid of anything.
This is the most fighting for
the least money that South Fort
George was ever treated to.
•PALACE OF SWEETS' MOVE
TO THEIR NEW LOCATION
'The Palace of Sweets.' Ohmig
and Ward, proprietors; have removed to their new store at
the corner of Hamilton Avenue
and Second Street where they
will continue in their present
business. The new store has
been artistically arrainged with
mountatin scenes that furnish
a very picturesque background.
One of This City's
VISITORS TO TOWN
(Continued on page 4)
We are pleased to welcome to
our town Mr. G. Ogston an old
time H. B. Co. man who is here
to meet his sister from Winnipeg.
Mr.Ogston is a resident in Fort
Fraser where he is Notary Public and secretary of the Conservative Association and one of the
best kown men in the Northern
Interior.
Mr, Ogston reports everything
favorable in the Fort Fraser district and is delighted to resume
acquaintance with the old time
residents of South Fort George.
When Mr. Ogston first knew
South Fort George there was
nothing but the H. B. Co. and
A. G. Hamilton place of business
and he was delighted to observe
the many evidences of progress
and is convinced that the good
work will continue.
Mr. Ogston and Miss Ogston
leave for Fort Fraser in a few
days.
One of the things that seems
always to attract the eye is that
of a well-kept garden. Mrs. Me-
Laughlin has a combination vegetable and flower garden at her
home on Fourth Street and Clark
Avenue worth going miles to see.
It is a common sight to see people
looking at the garden from the
sidewalks, and many compli-
mentry remarks have been passed on the industriousness of the
producer, (Mrs. McLaughlin herself.)
Besides the beauty of the
many flowers, pansies, sweet
peas, roses, etc. and the great
productiveness of the vegetable
herbs Mrs. McLaughlin's deserves a great deal of credit for
having first proven by a vivid example the wonderful mixed farming qualities of the soil in the
Fort George district.
Any disbeliever who may read
this.article, has but to walk to
the foot of Fourth Street to assure himself of the truth.
We hope in the near future to
see many residents of this city
try their hand also at market
garbening, and the growing of
flowers that go far to give their
houses a home-like appearance.
Agreements ot Sale Await
Purchasers of Government Lots
Mr. Ellis of the firm of Armstrong & Ellis, government
auctioneers at the recent sale of
lots in the three Georges, announced that government agreements of sale are now ready lor
delivery at his office on George
Street to purchasers who will
surrender their receipts given at
the sale.
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The aDove company
book Passengers, Express, Baggage and
freight to Fort
George at reasonable
rates. ::
WIRE OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION
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cents per i
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QF all the blessings that can come to earth
out of the present war let us hope and
pray for lasting peace, and a cessation of
armament expense so burdensome to the
people.   The world is in a seething ferment
! of unrest, we have been on the verge of war
for years, caused by needless suspicion and
t distrust, and the greed of conquest  and _T
s money and temporal power.
Looking back over the past, statistics prove
that approximately fifteen billion men have
lost   their   lives  since  the  beginning  of
authentic history.   This is nine times the
present population of the world.
In the 20 veal's of the Napolean wars
6,000,000 men were killed, of which 3,000,000
were the flower of the French young men
PRESENT   WAR of that country.
During the 19th Century, supposedly an f{QQ]\JQ TQ ppv^p
era of peace and religious  influence,   19 * "
million men were lost in wars,
The Civil War alone of the most peaceful
nation-the United States, took 800,000.
And in the year 1913 this great nation
supposedly on a peace footing appropriated
no less than $535,000,000; what then can
be the cost to the nations of Europe ? let us
see.
The debt of the various nations as of 1913
will be a revelation to our readers:
GREAT BRITAIN'S
RELATION TO THE
Snip fur cash or fair
rent at reasonable
Enquire at West Rooms or
write Box 60, South Fi. George.
Build Yourself a Home
BREWSTER   8.
PELHAM
•'.,■■!. Port George, B.C.
SMITH'S
CREAM WAFFLE  HOUSE
Hamllte.n Avenue
r
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OTIaherty & Thorne
All  kinds of
Fruit, Ice Cream
Sodas and
Confectionery.
Hamilton Avenue  • Soutii Fort George
^T this period of wars possibly a great
number of people do not realize the
almost happy position that Great Britain
enjoys compared with that with which the
alarmists of yesterday claimed she would
occupy in the advent of a war with Germany.
It was "Can England defend her shores
against a sudden attack of the German fleet
and the consequent landing of a large expeditionary force on the unguarded portion
of the British Isles?" Now that war has
actually been declared, a very different state
of affairs exist. Britain still depends as
much as ever on her fleet to keep the routes
of commerce open, but she certainly has no
reason to anticipate a foreign invasion of
her shores, German soldiers are far too much
occupied on the continent of Europe.
The    present   state   of   the   European
AT THK
Victoria Hotel
(Forraert) Grand :
OPPOSITE CLUB CAFE
Third Street     -     South Fort George
France - - - $6,300,000,000
Russia - - - $4,500,000,000
Austria-Hungary $3,615,000,000
HUDSON LANE
HAND LAUNDRY
Mrs. COBbs.
GUARANTEED
Telephone 76
:•.-.
Great Britain
Italy - - -
Spain - - -
Japan - - -
United States
$3,400,000,000
$2,615,000,000
$1,990,000,000
$1,325,000,000
$915,.353,000
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Pianoforte Lessons
ARCHITECT,
GEORGE STREET, PRINCE GE0R6E
-  "'   .'',;-■■■
LLSON
Keal_j.st.it-. arid Insurance Agent
ACREAGE SPECIALIST
Improved Fane, and Garden Tracts For Sale.
SOUTH FORT
P.O. Box
JEORGE, K.C.
■',, South Fort George
to $8,500,000,000 in 1850
to $31,250,000,000 in 1900
to $42,000,000,000 in 1912
Is this not a fearful heritage to hand down
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embroglio and the ranging on one side or
the other of the great European powers may and the total interest charges onthisenorm-
perhaps be attributed in no small measure 0us sum mostly built up by war and war
to the foreign policy of Great Britain, and expenses, amounts to $1,000,000,000 p'er year.
the efforts of her great statesman Sir in the United States alone 67 cents of
Edward Grey. ievery dollar expended by the Government
Years ago England used somewhat boast-; is for war and armament.
fully to declaim of her splendid isolation ; j   The debt of the nations of the world has
To-day she enjoys the friendship of nearly! grown from :
Mr. Hugh Stewart, Lie, R.LB.A. all the great powers and her alliance has! $2,500,000,000 in 1800
been eagerly sought, One hundred years;
ago she was at death grips with France ; j
Sixty years ago she waged a bitter war with j
Russia, and at the present time both of these
nations are her friends and allies.   Great' to posterity ?  Is it not a crying shame on
and glorious as is the British Empire, at'the rulers of earth up to this time?   For it
once simple and complex, still in its great is to be remembered that not the common
strength lies a source of weakness, for its people of the world, not those who pay the
far flung possessions has to be protected and j taxes, not those most concerned  and  on
this means the splitting up of it's fleet.        j whom the greatest burden rests, cause wars
To off-set this state of affairs alliances:but the grasping powerful few, the rulers
were entered into with other nations.  With and the financial pirates, ever scheming for
Japan to safeguard her Asiatic possessions ; j new conquests, new power,
with France to look after her Mediteranean     It is to the everlasting renown of the:
Colonies and protect her trade routes in that! Engl ish  and   United  States  nations,  the j
portion of the world, particularly in regard j English speaking races, that they were the
to the Suez Canal.   By these alliances she I first to cry out against such wanton cruelty
can concentrate her fleet in home waters, and savagery, and to appeal to the nations!
D. PENNES
or p .;:•
The Jewelry Manufacturer
Maker of Artistic
Gold and Platinum Mountlnfi
Repair work of all • in :; gits
prompt af.-.:.:. '.
Nu. get Block       -       Third Strut
South Fort t.-ortt
ECKSTEIN t
Barristers, Soi
Haight Bldg. Pui.--
r. E. Wilson :: I
WILSON
LUMBER
Having recently estab ished a
lumber mill here we are prepared to deliver rough lumber
of any dimension.
Ordway &  Wakelcy
New land, b. c.
^
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Corner Hamilton & Thi
Soi'th FortGeorge, E.C.
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Kates  $2.50 and $3
.-e.nllil. and weekly rate, on application
Alex", McEachern
Builder and
Contractor
Estimates given for all classe
Ail dress: General Deliver,
SOUTH FORT G
IRGB
Possibly Sir Edward Grey foresaw that a
to put a stop to the frightful waste of the
Bent of wincR,
Liquors &nd cttfttra
Albert Johnson, prop.
V.
general European war was inevitable with age. The GeOf^O Building Co.
Germany as the aggressor, and like a skilful    But as it is written, war must first come |*uc »___,.
chess player he has so shuffled the board of with a cleaning up of the hot heads of!     Prince George
Europe, that the nations are lined up against Europe, placing them in their proper place, | Undcrtake t0 build pi
each other, as in the manner the meagre
reports we get instruct us.   If this was Sir
iv ami nt
'  BEST
and then peace and quietness and the pur-1 the lowest price' "Mijtent wi
1 ' WORKMANSHIP AM) U^1
suits of the best things of life, the arts and '<
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SALE.
Crown Granted b. E. Quarter Lot 8015, Croup 1, Cariboo,
eontaining 100 acres more or less. Was Seeley Pre-emption
10 miles by road, irom Fori George, adjoins Indian Keserve
No. 2, about a quarter of a mile from 'Kraser Kiver Excellent farm land. Inspection invited. Tenders will be
received bv undersigned.   No tender necessarily accepted.
S. I.. FORREST, Manner Rank of Ollawa, Vancouver
Wj H 19M. S. P. NEWC0MB, Maimer Bank ol Ollawa, Fori (leorge
Edward Grey's idea, he has been completely sciences, industry, commercial, and land j
successful, and his work has been made! development, and all those things that make;
light and helped along by the domineering life on this grand old earth worth while,
and autoratic attitude of the German
Emperor and his military bureaucracy.
Your House or Store
(Large or Small)
ESTIMATES FREE
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS CENSORED
If .you give the work to us )
Let us hope that the armies and navies ofi never regrot,'
our motherland with the help of her Colonies :a $£S$J5^^^
over seas, and those of her allies, may Building Co.), Robert's Hot*
'     Port George, will receive
nedlate
conquer and subdue in no uncertain tone the
The reason for the dearth of authentic! blu]sterin^ struttinS war Lords of the earth,
news of the war in Europe comes from the1 f°r ever settle this unrest and distrust
British Admiralty Oflice, who exercise a; That the burden of the people may be re-
censorship on all telegraphic:mews, allowing jduce,l and wasted millions turned into
public, only that which they j peaceful pursuits and avenues of good to all
& of to be diplomatic, (the people.
and personal attention.
to be made
consider the publishing
"
Fnrt George, B.C.
Mgr.
ViRc!'l'm;"- M*r'
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Se.rveysofUr.de,. Mine., ttw-M* w
Limit . Etc Corner Fourth and Hamilton
A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE HOTEL.
On American Plan.
Bright and comfortable  rooms  and
suites at the Empress.       :      ;
South Fort deterge, B. C.
Rates on Application.
G. WARCUP
ll. Vf. GROSS
Proprietor
A. C. BUCHEL
HARVEY tIEWS THE FAMOUS
AMERICAN RANKER SAYS
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C.
General Hardware antl Sheet Metal Workers.
All kinds of tin and sheet Iron work done.
Camp Stoves, Hot-air Furnaces, Etc.
Sole Agents Nagel-Chase Celebrated Gasoline Lighting Systems.
OUR BONE DRY LUMBER
(Costs No More Than Other Lumber)
Sawn last summer and thoroughly  weather and frost Dried.
 ALSO-
Killn Dried Finish
and Mouldings.
SASHES DOORS SHINGLES
BUILDING PAPERS READY ROOFING   .
STORE FRONTS      COTTAGE FRONT WINDOWS
Wood $3 per Cord Delivered
Fort George Trading&Lumber Co., Ltd.
Phonell C.  MCELROY, Phone 111
.-■ei Til FORT GEORGE. Manager. FORTGEORGE.
"If the European nations continue to fight among themselves,
as the Mexicans have done, they
will weaken themselves in men
and money as well as prestige,
ancl will put themselves in a
position similar to Rome when
overpowered by the barbarians,
as through the weakness of their
armies and money facilities they
will become feeble. The East
(China and Japan) will gain
correspondingly in military and
money strength, which will encourage them to combine, -to
over t h r o w these once great
nations and maybe who knows
to the contrary bring about another dark age period. History
repeats itself. Their only safely
is for them to follow the example of the United States and
do away with the one man
power (war lords, so-called) and
make the basis of their governments of the people, for the
people and by the people. Then
they will stand supreme for at
least another century.
SECRETARY OF INFORMATION
BUREAU TO VISIT FORT GEORGE
Townsite to be Assessed
By Government Assessor
Assessor Will Arrive Here Shortly Frem
Victoria
BARGAINS IN BUILDERS
SUPPLIES.
FROM  MANUFACTOR 10 CUSTOMER DIRECT
effect len eneemeous wivintr on WireeleewH,
Mo .ietteee^s. Porch Columns.etc., Riiild-
. bi '! Hteilele.ru' Hae-dware by buying
■     :...■!.        NOTE THESE PKICfcS :
: punel doors for        d'i 7A
lip;lit stain or oil '
nel doors for
dark stain or paint
cross panel doors for d'i CA
Window Frames      $1.30
Door Frames $1.35
: .erylhing in Moelt lor immediate shipment
We sell lo jnyone.    Ship e .rywliere.
WRITE FOR NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
A B. CUSHING LUMBER CO., Ltd
S06 POWELL ST.      VANCOUVER, B. C.
Fresh
Beef
Mutton
Meats   *nd.
 Veal
Wholesale and retail
THE B. C. MEAT MARKET
FORT GEORGE AND
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
The following telegram was received hy the Prince George
Chamher of Commerce this
week from the Attorney-General
of the province:
"Have handed your map to
Col. Thompson —would be glad
if you would forward me two
more maps similarly marked as I
want to put through a minute of
council appointing a temporary
assessor so that he can proceed
with the assessment of the property at once and I would also
like to keep one for my files.
Col.  Thompson finds he will
not be able to leave tonight and
may   be delayed  a   few   days
reaching Fort George.
(Signed) W. J. Bowser.
Quesnel, Aug, 8. Ernest Mc-
1 Galley, secretary of Provincial
Bureau of Information, Victoria,
passed through town the fore
part of the week, en route to
the Fort George district. Mr.
McGaffey is making a trip
through the Cariboo in the interest of his department, which is
proving most useful in furnishing reliable information about
the Province to investors and
inti nding settlers.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES
Rev. P..T. Pilkey, Fort Fraser,
supplies First Church, Fort
George during Mr. Wright's absence. Mr. McLartey will take
Mr. Pi 1 key's work at Fort
Fraser.
#      *      4      4      4
Rev. W. K. Shearer, Drumlo,
Ont., called at the Knox Manse
last Tuesday. He and Mr.
Justice were co-Presbyters in the
East when the latter was stationed in Brantford. Mr. Shearer
was visiting his brother in Fort
George while taking his vacation.
4      4*44
Last Sabbath it was announced
to the Central Fort George congregation that Rev. C. M.Wright
had been granted leave of absence by the Presbytery for six
months dating from October 1st,
He well deserves the rest and all
hope that he returns next spring
with renewed vigor.
*****
The Ladies' Auxiliary intends
to hold a Sale of Work on Thursday Aug. 20lh, in the Blair
block. In connection with this
event, a beautiful silk patchwork quilt will be given as a
prize to the one most nearly
estimating the number of beans
in a bottle to be displayed with
the quilt. Handbills issued a
fen days ago will give information in regard to the sale.
Automobile Purchases
NEW prices on 1 ..nl Carr, effective August 1st, - Touring Car
$390; Runabout $540; Town Car $340; F.( .li. Walkerville,
Canada. In addition we offer every retail buyer of anew Ford Car,
purchased betweon August 1st, 1 y 14, and August lut, 1915, a share
of the Company's Profits in lhe amount of $-40 to $30, on each Car
purchased, payable August 1st, 1915, provided the Company reach
an out-put of 80,000 Cars within tiiir period.
The above prices means a cutof $60 on each Car when purchased
besides receiving the dividend at the end of the year, of from $40
to $60 which the Company will send you Draft for, on August 1st,
1915.
Study these price? and taks advantage of the new prices and
profit sharing plan of the factory, and buy your new Car at once
and enjoy life like you should.
Call at 3rd and George and let us show you one of these new
Ford Cars.
Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd.
By ED. HALL _ SON, Local Agents, PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.
RAILWAY NEWS
*'__A£'A_ AVAi__t'Jt_A£'A£A£'Ai'^X
t Do you contemplate f<
*       BUILDING!
.1 Then in
jj       UANFORTH & M1NNIS       k
\ Con tree tors i Hamilton and   R
•fl  nnd ItuiliU-ra I Kin*t btreetl     B
.!r,w; B
tinfilu" mir workmanship and    R
gvl our esUmatofl kv
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
FOR SALE
Five-Room Bungalow in Block 293
(Millar's portion of I'rince George)
close to Bowser Street, Trice $2250
$500 cash and balance arranged.
Keer further PArtlculnr. apply ;
H.WILSON, Mgr.,Corner Laselle _ Seventh
P.O. Bo>. 64 SOUTH FORT CEORGE
When Yoii Are Hungry
Remember that the Club Cafe, on Third
Street, is re-opened for business. This
Cafe is thoroughly re-modelled, and
caters to your patronage on its merits.
THE CLUB CAFE
A. WEDGIS, Frop.
Fort George Undertaking Co.
W. SAND1FORD
H. WAPSHOT
J. P. MILNE
Stock of Caskets and Shipping Cases always on
hand.   Out-oftovvn calls promptly attended to.
Phone Sandiford 23.	
H.   WAPSHOW,   Licensed   Embalmer,   Manager.
British Feeling Is Hostile
London.—Changing from   its
J hitherto  exceedingly moderate,
concilitory   and   un warlike   at-
jtitute  in the present crisis in
i Europe, the Daily T e 1 e g r a p h
says:
"People of the British Empire
; will learn with one universal thrill
of passionate indignation of an
j act of deliberate outrage that has
| been done against this country
i by Germany —that we havo been
' wantonly challenged to throw
ourselves instantly into war."
BRITAIN'S-ANSWER
"Thc world will hear what answer the British Government
is to give. The power which
constituted itself the 'mad dog
of the European crisis' will be
given ils deserts and the whole
might of Great Britian will be
thrown into the task.
"At last the suspense is at an
end,
"We believe 'every Britain
with any sort of manhood in him
will hear the news with  relief,
Since Germany will have it,  she;
shall have it in full measure,,"
Frank Scott of Montreal has
boon appointed Vice-Pre^dent
and Treasurer in charge of all
finanaces of the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway. W. Hardley of
Montreal has been appointed
comptroller in charge of all accounting of the company.
Giscombe Portage
TO
It is the intention of this firm to start a freight service from Giscombe (o Summit Lake this month.
Outfits will be transferred to any point on the route.
Parties who intend going into that country this
coming season can be assured of the best service
possible.
Goods forwarded c-o. Haynes & Wood, Giscombe
Portage, will be stored until arrival of owner.
HAYES £_ WOOD
HARRY M. BURNETT
Architect and Civil Engineer
Temporary Oflice :
Corner Vancouver and Eighth Streets,
PRINCE GEORGE, B. C.
Walter £. Hasklns
>   Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public,
Blair Buildings, South Fort Gctrft.
Peace in the railway world in
the United States has been assured west of the Mississippi for
18 months at least by the signing of agreement between 98
railroads and 6,000 engineers and
fireman to submit their differences to arbitration.
NOTICE
Contractors & Builders
GER & FLY
NO BUILDING IS TOO LARGE OB TOO SMALL TO
RECIEVE OUR CAREFUL ATTENTION
«« 0» G ,lm.t_ F«_ of (___»        M       Job Work totti, »nd ttrnfO. Executed
PHONE   26
nn. ce george
OFFICE »ND SHOP I
TIIIHI- AVENUE EAST
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
OFFICE     .     .     SECOND STHUET
MIOP        .     .     THIRD STREET
The Fort George Herald wishes
I to announce that the paper is
I now under new management end
ithe management will be pleased
to insert any local news that the
I patrons of the paper may send in
to the office.
The Herald also wishes to
thank the many patrons of the
paper for the support accorded
in the past and would very much
appreciate a continuance of the
same
T. W, Herene the'government
agent here has received instructions through the Game
Wardens office to grant no game
licenses from his office to German aliens.
■
WESTERN PACKING
PLANTS LACK CAPACITY
The Financial Post reports
that packing plants of Canada
especially Western Canada lack
capacity. There is a shortage
of plants all over the west for
handling hogs, the raising of
which at this time is proceeding
at the rate of 2,000,000 per year.
A few years ago there was a cry
for rail w a y facilities. It appears that it is now changing to
a demand for packing plant
facilities, The west of Canada,
British Columbia and this
Northern Interior, the Peace
River country; all tributary to
South Fort George and Prince
George when settled up, is sure
to produce the finest grazing and
mixed farming country making
this section of the country rich
in possibilities, We cannot impress these facts too strongly on
our readers.
FARM
CALL ON US AT OUR NEW OFFICES ON GEORGE
STREET FOR PRICES ON THE BEST FARM - LANDS
ALONG THE TWO  NEW RAILROADS IN THIS  DISTRICT
H_BTC-K_^-.< .S^ .-: :-"V. . *"^_£g5-g3-^a_S..yJltUiJBHB
North Coast Land Co., Ld.
PRINCE GEORGE
BRITISH COLUMBIA
L. R. WALKER, General Agent.
The Mecca Cafe
IN SUCCESSION Tl) THE DRILL
The above cafe hns been taken over by
experienced restauranteurs.  We solicit
the patronage of those who enjejy good
food well cooked.
TRY US OUT ;   WE NEVER CLOSE
FORTUNE BUILDING CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Estimates and  Plana given for all
kinds of work.
Morley Street   -   Close to Depot
 PRINCE GEORGE.
AT THE GAME
"A man on first and third"
said he.
"Here's where we work the
squeeze I"
"Oh, Charlie, dear, not right
out here—
It is so public, please!"
P. BURNS & CO. Ltd,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all Kinds of
Buter, Cheese, Eggs;
Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Live Stock
GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL
PARTS OF CITY.
Pirn* as
Fort George and South Fort George.
Phone<•
If you are going to PEACE RIVER
CONSIGN YOUR FREIGHT TO US
At Mile 194 G.T.r. care George McDowell
We will store and deliver to SUMMIT LAKE for $25.00 per"
ton.   Motor Boat will leave 194 every  Wednesday with freight
and passengers for GISCOMBE.
SEEBACK & HUBBLE
>•_
■ 5.
'• ,.'*'
i %$
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.'.
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41
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• s    iff
kfA ,
Drs. Abvard <& Keeley
DENTISTS
South and Central Fort George
THE
Invite you to drink at their new Soda
Fountain and Ice Cream
Parlor on
OEORGE STREET, PRINCE GEOROE, 0. _
VICTOR GRAMOPHONES AND RECORDS, HEINTZMAN
PIANOS Exclusive Agency. :: STATIONERY, PENNANTS,
DRUGS. PRESCRIPTIONS. CHOCOLATES, TOILET ARTICLES,
CIGARS, CIGARETTES. TOBACCOS,  Etc.,  Etc.
TWO
George Street, Prince George
STORES
Laselle Av., South Fort George
,_., ^„e_i,-ii .ui ue new in the former
offices of Murdoff & Gething BUir
Block on Thursday Aug. 20th. The
jar of beans and quilt will be on display in the window on that day and
those having purchased tickets for
estimates may turn them in  thn dav.
The Rev. Dr. Knox Wright of Van-
c*£c^B8fi
NOTICE TO COM
Port Geo kgi -
CEALEI) tenders
~ "'lender for p, ,, '.
will b
RAi
the end t
icouver, Septcm-
Barkerville, ar.d
tral Fort George.
al Service, would
ith Fi rt George
iMMnmrB-iiiiiiiiii
J
te receive
Minister of Pa
couver  isin  the Fort  George district  f0°r     '     "'
representing  the
Bitle So:iety.
the erectii a and
trit'sh a: d Foreign two-room school at Cent]
in the Cariboo Elector-.'
Plans,  specific.,:   •
.    «   » forms of tend,.,-  ,
after the 27th day 0f jui
oflice of Mr. Thos W J
ment Agent, Fort Geori
Perry, Secretary of the
Fort George ; and tl,'.'
«   *   *   *   4 , Public Works, Victoria
o • i . „    , . , B-v  application   te,' ii.
Special music next Sunday  night  at  contractors can obtain
the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Dan Mc- P'*n? f,nci sP^ifica tio m
ten dollars ($10). wl.i. i,
Gregor soloist and Miss Oliver and Mr.   ed on their return in gr_
Shannon will sing a duet. hvEaanch„ P"'?0^! mi. f b
s by an accepted bank
***** cat, of deposit on a cha
Rev.   Father   Rivet   from    White ffitOT^Pub.^w!
Horse,   Yukon  Territory,   will    take equal to Ki per cent,  of
charge of the Catholic field here.   For' t.l_^ £'«« « *
the present Services will be  held every  called uP»n to do so, i
_-,     . .       . ,„ , ;   , . -,     ,,    complete the work contr
Sunday morning at 10 o clock in Burch s . cheques or certificai _
hall. Father Rivet is a young man of very successful tenderer.- ■
, ,..       ,   . . them upon theexei iti
pleasing person!hty and of great cnar- j    Tenders will not ! i
acter, and is sure to make a home  for, made out on the forn - .
with the actual signal.
The Ladies' Auxiliary will be meeting in the Blair Block next Wednesday
for the purpose of decorating.
arm Up For the
inter ai
himself in the hearts of the  people  of
this city.
»#■#.##
Mr.   McPherson  of   Toronto
is visiting Mrs. Wm. Blair.
Expense.
CASH
PRICES
or.
FUEL
in
1         orders
1.1
■I
...
2.
2.
00
75
50
'Ian orders early lor Comfort Coal, the best domestic coal produced in the West
Warehouse Prices on Fuel Savers
$32.00
$33.00
loco to aooo
feet e.rdy.
$34.00
Terrific Bombardment of Liege Forts
(Continued from page 1)
which are modern, was unsuccessful; our brave troops are
before the fortress in contact with the enemy. A hostile
foreign press will characterize the enterprise, which cannot
in the slightest influence the army operations, as a defeat.
It, however, is but a unique act of heroism in the history
of war and a sign of the heroic gallantry of our troops."
San Francisco, Aug. 8th.-The British Cruiser Rainbow,
which put in this port yesterday, sailed again a 1.35 a.m. |   The Misses Richardson enter-;
to-day.   She was given 50 tons of coal by the Mare Island g£ JJ gd. W* - j
naval yard - sufficient to carry  her back  to  Victoria, i the Dr's. birthday.
United States naval men think the Rainbow probably will
not immediately return to Victoria, but will turn southwest to look for the German cruisers Leipzig and Nurnburg.
The Rainbow cannot again enter an American port for
three months, under the neutrality laws.
Italian fishermen who put back to port early to-day
reported having sighted the British cruiser Rainbow, far | p. g. e. is laying off men.   We
outside the heads, standing off to the southward. jhave been advised officially that
London, Aug. 12th.-German artillery in front ofcthe this report is without foundation
I forts at Liege is inflicting terrific damage. A deadly rain IThe Pacific and Great Eastern
of fire is beingpoured tato the Belgto defenders, momng H ■£>-£ ^"*,«£j
down the forces of King Albert. The Belgians still hold transportation for them to the
the forts despite the fact that siege guns of the heaviest points where the present need
calibre have been brought in by restored rail cominunica-, is felt, and are at present rush-
tion with the main army. It is considered certain that the; in£ the completion of the road
allied French, British,'and Belgian armies  have been.as fast *» modern machinery and.
erer,  and  enclosed
furnished.
The lowest or anv
arily accepted.
J.   E.  i
Deputy Mil
Work?
Department of Pub
Victoria, B. C
24th Ju
Three Hundred Men
!   Wanted For The P. G. E.
For some time past a report
has been going ground that the
NOTICE.
■1
I.Ofl          41.00         42.00
$2.0
•; R
i    2-ply $2.60    .--ply $4.00
•_ Sheathing at low prices
lione Drv Local Lumber
FORT GEORGE TRADING
PriK< Gttfjt I'm
In Aetsw i_
'_: tt .eel
Phone 1
&
***   C°-^
'*.
South Fori Ctttft
Hi.  lion Aeent
ind I'. i». •'.
Phone tt
All information is re-
mportant events are
placed along the German frontier,
fused. Staff officers say that
imminent.
Special despatches from St. Petersburg say that the
Russian Baltic fleet this morning dominates the Baltic Sea,
having captured twenty-five merchant vessels,
ON  and  after  tl
following Sched
Tire Act will I ■
any person or persi
with tires not com;
will be prosecute.:.
SCHED!
Catts and other r
shall not carry a It
following :—
On tires under 2 in
2 inches ai
3
4      •■
6
  Waggons   and
vehicles shall not ci
North Coast Land Company ;of the foll°*inK:
Move into New Offices 0n.t.ire%un(ie,r -i:
—  —        II o tt
human effort will allow.
Despite the unprecedented
tightness of the money market,
London, Aug. 12th.-A despatch from Berlin says that;with its depressing effect upon;
Roumania has decided to help Germany and will invade | development, building operations' t^ . f Kdiir...
gervia. | in   the district have been   but
Ottawa, Aug. 13th.   The recruiting of the Canadian >little rfarded- .)".Prince oeorge
,. .   ,      i ,      . , , in^nrvn     i    _ several large buildings on George
contingent closed to-night; over 100,000 volunteers were Street are nearinir completion.
enrolled.   This will be sufficient to send four or five army
divisions.
LOCAL   NEWS
IMTUMLLl
ittlf
are ni
line-':.
"weal
poet,'
Mrs. O'Flaherty and son left on the
B.C.Express last Thursday morning on
a six weeks visit to friends at the coast.
pai
NOTICE
ie Northern  Telephone  &   Power
pany"and its subsidiary  company | _        _
Northern  Electric   Supply  Com- j
>• here give notice that all requisit-.    W, T. Dixon who has been visiting his
for material for the company will | daughter Mrs.O'Flaherty for the past
.litten and on the order forms  of
poor
Quit Baking
tie compay. Verbal orders must not
e accepted as they will not be paid
ijr.
Nor!hern Telephone & Power Co.
Northern Electric Supply Co.      Ld.
NOW
WATER NOTICE.
three days returned to the coast last
Thursday morning with Mrs O'Flaherty
#    #    *    #   *
Mr. 11. C. Merriam of Edmonton has
been in town for the last few days. He
returned to Edmonton this morning
A general epidemic of mumps is prevailing in this district
*    «    «    *    *
Doctors agree in recommending that
all the water used for culinary purposes
width of all the tires i
the width of the tire.
By Order,
GEOK
l.\ .
South Fort George, B.
August 1st, HOt.
and   this  week   the  fine   new
offices of the North Coast Land
Company Limited were opened j
for business.   Their new build-J      NOTICE or
ing on George Street,  between; PURSUANT to
Second and Third Avenues, is an I TRUST 1/
office structure, thirty by fifty | —
feet. Half of the building iskyoTJCE Is hare
occupied by the company, while JN D. Clarke, cai
the remainder will be leased for i bia j^^iie.;
3 Loaves Bread for 25c applicai
AT THE :A ?nd ,.?S
D>«
rniaini oakery
Also
'ASTRY and CAKES at
Reasonable Prices
J. F.   CAMPBELL
C1VI1, ENGINEER
BrllUh  Colombia   l.e.i.,1   Survryur
Land Ameiii      Timber Cruder
RtpraunUngGORE & MCGREGOR, I.lmltc.
McGremor Btiildlnv, Tleir.i Btn.1, SOUTH
KORT GEORQE, ll.C
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gavigan left for
Edmonton last week on a month's holiday.
as well as for drinking should be boiled, office purposes. Mr. L.R.Walker,
It is feared the present impurity of 'oca' manager of the company
the water used will cause considerable states that inquiries for good
fever as it did a year ago unless this agricultural land are numerous
J precaution is taken. j and with the completion of the
main line for traffic and the inauguration of a daily passenger
service, many intending settlers
will undoubtly visit this district.
ATION for a license to take
water will be made under j
the "Wat' r Act" of British Colum-
| bia as follows:   (1) The name of the
applicant is, The Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway Company.   (2) The address of
the   applicant   is,   Oflice   of   Division
Engineer, Grand Trunk Pacific Railway,
Fort Ge urge.    f:i)  The name of the
Btream is Sunth Fork of Fraser Kiver.
I (<1) The   water iH  to be diverted from
I the stream of the south side, about 3600
11 feet north easl from Dunster Depot on
11 the main line of lhe Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway,    (eil   The  purpose for which
the water  will  be  used is " Industrial
Purposes,"   (li| The land on which the
water is to be used is described as North
Wesl Quarter. Lot718S. Cariboo District
Province of British Columbia,   (7) The
quantity of   .aler applied for is 50,001)|
gallons per day,     (H) This notice was George School District
posted on  the ground on the 27th day I »    »   #   *   «
of July, l'.llt.    (II) A copy of this notice i
utul application pursuant thereto and to j    Mr. C. T. Haivie of Willow Itiver is
the requirements of the " Water Act " |     .    ,  • •     .■   , ,,      ,  ,„   ,,
will be filed in the office o' the Water; <-'ntertaininghiH father,). 1. Harvieand
FOR SALE-Lots 7 and    . Block 19, |Recorder at Fort George.   Objections brother of Gravenhurst,  Ont   at the
D.L, 984,    Have to sell and will .ici'ijiet  may    be   filed   with   the   said   Water .       ,.,,,,      ■      „,.,      ,,
reasonableoffer, cash or terms-Address Recorder, or with the Comptroller of beautiful Harvie - Wiley Ranch at the
Herald.                                       S-l-6t 1 Water Rights,  Parliament  Buildings, rnouth of tbe  Willow River
 Victoria, B. C. within thirty days,
Roy. McDonald left on the B. C. Express last Thursday morning with Geo-
go Edgecombe for a trip to the coast
4      4      #      4     4
George Adams of the Dreamland Theatre left Thursday morning for a trip
to the coast
*   t   t   *   t
('aptain D. A. Foster was elected to
Mr. and Mrs. Fetters have returned
from Rochester, Minn., where Mr.
Fetters submitted to an operation at
the hands of the World famous Mayo
Brothers.
* #   *   *   »
Miss Fetters of the Chicago schools
is spending her vacation with her
brother, Supt., Fetters .for Foley,
Welsh & Stewart at the Cache.
# *   *   #   *
Messrs. Murphy & Montgomery have
received a wire from their Vancouver
agents stating that the action brought
by Clement B. Dakin of Fort George
against the Northern Interior Amuse-
REVISI0N OF THE VOTERS LIST
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
U"',!,,i*"1 '>n-rii-t.-s„rtl„. :• I. \;tt ment Company Limited; Harry B.CIose,
Charles H, Brown and John B. Daniels
has been dismissed. This action arose
out of a contract entered into between
the above parties in regard to the running of the Fort George Theatre last
summer. The plaintiff sued for $10,
spending 1)00 damages for breach of contrast'
FOR SALE-Two or Four brand new
Pool Tables, all complete, One Pitnur
Gasoline Lighting Outlit. One 11<>i,w*.■
Boat, fully furnished. Any fair '.'ash
olfer accepted,-Apply Herald Olliev.
8-8-21
THE Guano Trunk PACIFIC
Railway Company,
Applicant.
F. j. George, Agent
August Klh, 1014.
8-8-.it.
several days in the Georges tins week
The six year old
Supt. of the Ci.che
on Wednesday.
child
office
of Mr. Cole
i was buried
the defense being raised eif a nu,luu]
release by all parties of their rights
under same. The case came on for
trial in Vancouver in June and lasted
four days.
There are probably a large
number residing in this district
who are desirous of having their
names placed on the Voters List.
This is a matter that should receive prompt attention as the
list will close about the first of
October and there is the possibility that in both the Dominion
and Provincial elections the list
as made up at this time will be
used,
Those interested may obtain
full information and every assistance from the following
parties:—
South Fort George-A. G. Hamilton, D. F. M. Perkins and Wm.
! Thorne; Prince George-F, A,
Fills, L. L. Gullivan and H. A.
Carney; Central Fort George -
A. (J. Black, W. E. Playfair and
Fred Shearer.
ii
of Ritchie & Clarke,
July. A.D., 1914, as
and personal proper!
which may be seize
edition, to Waller E
Fort George, II. C,
provision of the Credit
Act
AND  FURTHER TA
that a meeting of  thi
said Ernest I). Clarke si
of Ritchie* Clark.', v.;
oflice of the Assignei
August,   1914,  in  Ihi   '■
South   Fort   George,   I
creditors are required
Assignee on or before In
ularB of their claims >• ■■<
of the security, if any, le'
Dated at South  Fort Y'
this 31st day of July, VMl-
WAI.T_R  E.  HAS
Assif	
NOTICE
Large tracts of _"•"''
ing land just thrown o
free settlement in v™f
200,0(1(1 ncivs in a l,
climate, rich soil, ft"d (
require irrigation to
est crops of grain,
garden truck. For
full instructions an<
and a plat ol
of   exceptional!}
claims, send   $3.40 to
Kcfc   Oregon   City,
Three    years a 1 ■»■ •"'
and timberman.    An o
ity   to get a good fartil
homestead near town a"<
ket. 7-18-7t.
,.;• it
.enu-
i for
Over
mn,
linns
fruit.
ai'-'
infor
■\ era I
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