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 IDYTIliI   I UIU. UUI  LIU lTlrtOJL
TO GREET ARRIVAL OF STEEL
r(]W afternoon the Pioneei,
LT€trtln that lays its own rails,
j'from the end of the tempor-
fWebr,d,e across the Fraser up to
[ terminal yards on the Grand
Pacific townsite, watched by
*un Hj, everybody Is the district
J to make the trip to see.the hjs:
,r|C occurrence.
-ns oiie> of tbe coldest days of
!«r and yet t'10re wl13 Probabl>'
1 people =trung out along the
j grade trom George street lo
bridge.
tion   that   had   been
iet the arrival of steel
ie enu o.
The eel
JSfedlileii for 2 o'clock and at
,t hour the crowds began to as-
,l,le on foot, in automobiles and
sleighs and
cutters.   However, the
l0„eer una not working on schedule
owing to an accident to the tle-
irri'ers on the- tie train, caused by
collision with a pile of timbers belle the grade this side of the bridge.
rhile the damage was being repaired
,e crowd waited patiently despite
i, cold. Finally, with a few toots
' the whistle the train began to
0ve up towards the Pioneer, which
a! about half way between George
reet md the end of the bridge. The
iceiiary couplings were made, and
ien the mechanical track-layer be-
in Its onward progress.
The people, crowded down on the
fade, were kept on the steady go
j the Pioneer moved on. Foot by
lot, yard by yard, lt moved west-
ard over the grade from which the
low had been swept beforehand. An
idless procssion of ties passed for-
ard over the carriers on the right
de ot the machine, to be seized as
ley reached the front by the tie-
uckers, working like a lot of over-
:own anta, and flung Into place
:ross the grade. The rails moved
irward at a more leisurely pace
rer the carriers on the left side of
ke Pioneer, to be swung out by the
irrlek, seized and guided Into place
the waiting workers, and bolted
lit to the fishplates.
lit was a truly representative
lowd that assembled to welcome the
Reel. The offices of Foley Bros.,
lelch and Stewart declared a half
joliday for the1 occasion and the
lores of Foley mi'n who work in
Id about headquarters mingled with
le crowd. South Fort George and
Ion Georg" wore there en masse,
j few Indians wandered about look-
■g at the Btrange machine that had
fought the railroad, and perhaps
liaemberii'.g * 1 • • • ir own predictions
lade a year or so ago that the rails
lould nevrr come, but that the G.
IP.advance guard would pass away
fi be forg'itte'ii as did the locators
1 the Canadian Pacific in this dis-
llct thirty years ago.
1 Practically   every   runner   vehicle
the dislrict was there, cutters,
►Ms and Jumper.. The school
Jildren from iho two towns drove ln
late, in large vans well padded with
lraw- A number of automobiles
po did thei: share in bringing peo
ple to Bee the steel.
Shortly after 2 o'clock when the
people had all assembled, the word
was passed along that the Pioneer
would not be able to work for some
time, as it was waiting for a train
of steel and ties. The crowd waited
patiently, despite the cold, which
steadily became more and more intense. At last the train appeared
over the bridge but just at this side
of the bridge the tie-carriers on the
side of the cars collided with a heap
of timber, and further delay was entailed while the dannage was being
repaired. It was about 3.30 before
the tracklaying train was coupled up
and the Pioneer began to work. By
that timo matiy of the people had
gone home to escape the numbing
cold, but those who remained felt
that they were rewarded for their
perseverence.
Among the distinctive features of
the gathering, which was intended
to symbolize the history and growth
of the district was a five-dog team
belonging to Green Bros. & Burden,
land surveyors. The toboggan was
loaded with typical surveyor's outfit,
while a party accompanied it, with
field  instruments,  axes,  chains, etc.
The Hudson's Bay company, the
pioneer of pioneers in this district,
as well as elsewhere in the Canadian
west', had its own proper representation. A company of trappers, dressed in touque and ceinture fleche of
the habitant, impersonated the early
day adventurers who traded through
this country for the great company.
In spite of the extremely cold
weather a brass band of ten pieces
was on hand and played a number of
selections although the musicians
were compelled to edge up to an open
fire to keep from freezing.
The long delays and the Intensely
cold weather prevented the parade
from being carried out as planned by
the committee," aut in the end the
gathering was probably as picturesque and as representative as could
have been expected.
During the afternoon speeches
were made by C. W. Moore, one of
the 1907 pioneers, and by H. G.
Perry, as president of the Fort
George board of trade. W. F. Cooke
who represented South Fort George
on the committee and was slated for
an address, was not able to attend.
Mr. Moore said:
"This day marks the end of
pioneering in the Fort George country. For uncounted ages this has
been the home of the moose, the
'bear, the beaver and the rabbit; and
of the Indian, whose scanty living
elepended upon his skill in trapping
and bunting them—pieced out by his
oatience and luck in fishing the
salmon that came up the rivers to
spawn.
"That modern magician, the railroad engineer, has spoken his magic
word and we now see tne locomotive
and the rails of steel—the joint
creation of the last century, and
without which civilization, as we
Know it today, would not be possible.
"We are  more than  thankful  in
our welcome to the railroad and the
men who have built lt. We believe
in this place—or we wouldn't be
here—we believe it will grow rapidly
into the most important inland city
of British Columbia. Many of us
have'staked our last dollar upon its
future. It remains tf us to make our
investments win ou( We can do it.
We need do but on' thing—that is to
work unitedly for rhe upbuilding of
our district—we iuve no room here
for the knocke.o- Boost! Boost all
you please—and boost for your own
part of the town, if you prefer—but
remember that, when this place
reaches even the present growth of
Edmonton, or of any one of a dozen
western Canadian cities, this .peninsula will be a relatively small site
for a city of such importance. Every
part of it is good property and will
ne worth while improving and developing.   It all depends upon us.
"I plead for no particular section,
for I own property east, west and
middle—up the river and down the
river; and I hope that every man
here has made an investment here
according fo his means, for it will
make hira money as the city grows.
Again •ilcome the Grand Trunk
Paeifi tnd thrice welcoming the
men whu built it, we all wish you
had come sooner, but are glad that
you came at all."
Mr. Perry said:
"Judging by the large and enthusiastic gathering here I think
we are all unanimous in the possession of a feeling of pride and satisfaction in seeing the steel right at
our doors today. It means that this
day marks the greatest epoch in the
new history of Central British Columbia. It means the opening up of
great possibilities in the development
of the resources of this distriet.
"We who have seen this country
have unbounded faith in the productiveness o? the land around here,
awaiting as it has, the mechanical
facilities for farming that only cheap
transportation can bring. Today
means the first real step in the development of the agricultural resources of this district, it means that
from now on your pre-emption and
your farm land, and incidentally,
your town lot will assume a commercial value.
"From now on the change from
wild lands to farm lands, will begin.
Our large timber areas will produce
unlimited wealth and find labor in
abundance in the camps and mills
that will spring up and develop
around here. We have our minerals
—the possibilities of which no one
can foretell, but we do know that
i mineral resources will be tapped,
and soon with the railroad from coast
to coast, from the Atlantic to the
Pacific, farm and forest and mine
', will naturally build up a city at the
junction of these two rivers, a city
! that will support a large and increasing population, a city that from
now must be united in its efforts for
progress, a city which I venture to
j say, will be second to none In the
interior  of  British Columbia."
T'
41 ^*y_  ^^—_   ^^
The Grand Trunk Pacific temporary bridge over the Fraser river here
Is today threatened with destruction.
Last night the floating ice on the
Nechaco river dammed up at the
mouth of tho stream, backing the
water upstream and flooding the
sawmill flat by the townsite on the
Nechaco. This morning the jam
burst, and the floes drove against
the pilings of the temporary bridge.
At noon today four of the pile
supports had been carried away, and
some twenty-five of them damaged.
The report was current that the ice
on the Fraser was threatening to
run. If it does the doom of the
bridge is sealed.
At present several scows are piled
in against the piling of the bridge
and the ice is threatening to do still
greater damage.
It is a curious coincidence that the
bridge should be imperilled the very
day after steel was laid    into    the
terminals of the G.T.P. here.
The Pioneer ls or. this side of the
■ river and Is isolated, as the bridge is
'now impassible and will be until the
'damage has been repaired.
The flood on the Nechaco rose as
far as the warehouses at Foley's and
caused some damage there. This afternoon the ice jam was forming
again and there was every likelihood
of a recurrence of the flood.
This morning it seemed as though
the untimely rise of the water might
have tragic consequences.    A family
named Davidson,    who    conduct    a
j laundry at the Cache    across    the
slough, was marooned by the high
I water.    The family consists of the
man and woman and several children.
A force from the offices succeeded in
rescuing all by Jumping the ice and
| carrying   the   refugees to dry land.
eThe man and woman were both badly
^ chilled as they were in water up to
| their waists.
ni rai
CT FROM MEXICO.
Will   Open   Agency   for   the    Ford
Automobile
Huerta will not resign until a
foreign power forcibly compels him
to do so. Such is the opinion of
Edward Hall, who arrived in South
Fort George last week from Mexico
City. Mr. Hall, who Is accompanied
by his wife and son, will reside here
permanently and is opening an
agency for the Ford automobile. I
left the Mexican capital on January
1, on the only railroad that had not
been seized by the rebels," stated Mr.
Half, "and learned that a few days
later communication on that line was
cut off."
Asked if he thought the rebels
on gaining power, would establish
constitutional government, he said
he believed that they would be little
better than the present party In
power. While Carranza, the rebel
leader was, no doubt, opposed to the
barbarous methods of his followers,
General Villa, his second ' in command, was a typical maurader and
his usual method of dealing iwith
those captured was to force them to
dig their own graves and then shoot
them so they will fall Into them.
Fear of Huerta rather than respect for him keeps his followers in
line and his recent act in the imprisonment of 72 of his deputies is
but a fair sample of the boldness
with which he carries out his plans.
In such straightened circumstances
financially, has Huerta been that he
has been compelled to raise the tax
on foreign imports by 50 per cent,
and the duty alone on a Ford automobile now is .675.
There is a general financial
stringency throughout Mexico, declared Mr. Hall, and men with fortunes, in a few weeks, have been reduced to poverty. Conditions in
Mexico will never be restored to their
proper basis until a foreign power
intervenes and sets up a constitutional government.
HONORED MEMORY
OF   SCOTTISH POET
LORD STRATHCONA BURIED
BRITISH LABOR TROUBLES       ISUPERINTENDENT McCALL HERE I HOCKEY GAME SUNDAY
ha! Porters ami Workers in Building Trades (io on Strike
in London
Jan.    26.—(Special.)-
J London,
fet thousand coal porters are on
lrike in London for higher wages. |
Wl refus,. ,..,,.„ to gupply fuel to I
It,!. ,.'ital:i    M"llical students are j
i"nS the. work.
J^o hundred thousand men In the
Fld »K trades quit work on Satur-
r westalllng _ threatened lock-
Tat th    empl°yer8   had    Insisted
i work "'"'' W>in an un(1ortaklng
liter m. b' Bl(3a wlth non'union
tee nf i '""" r!>fllse<l on the ad-
I   » the union officials.    Fearing
£«al atnks next summer  the
rs decided to get the matter
in •'
out,
-Ho;
lloekV" the Vvlnter *nd threatened
"AlUto
U,S IX  ALASKA
|   tC Am,ll"'ws the President  to
"'vest Forty Millions
L "'l"1 »ate. senate on Satur-
■resiu n til. I W] ln9t™ctlng the
" Ala,k. ,» y °r build rallr°ads
l^.ooo ooo   a C08t not t0 excoed
Announces Extensive   Building   Program in Prince George and
Passenger Schedule
Superintendent McCall, of the G.
T. P. arrived here yesterday In his
private car and is making arrangements for the extensive construction
program that will shortly be inaugurated by the Grand Trunk in
Prince George. Interviewed by the
Herald reporter Mr. McCall stated
that a special tracklaying gang is
expected next week when six side
tracks, each thirty-five hundred feet
loug, will be laid. In addition to
Hire work will start Immediately on
a freight shed 350 feet by 40 feet
and a twelve stall roundhouse, which
will later be enlarged to contain
thirty-two stalls.
Passenger and freight service will
be inaugurated immediately. Passenger trains will arrive in Prince
George every Monday, Wednesday
and Fridays at 6 p. m., and will
leave'Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 a.m., and a dily service
will be established as soon as conditions warrant.
Constable Harris observed his
twenty-second birthday last week by
entertaining a number ot his friends
at the Northern hotel.
Fort (ieorge Team Wins by Score of
3-0 in Cold Game
The Fort George team won by a
score of 3 goals to nothing in the
league match played last Sunday on
the rink at Foley's Cache. The game
was somewhat dull partly owing to
the extremely cold weather, which
made the ice almost too hard for
skating, and at times benumbed the
hamls and  feet, of the players.
The Fort George team wore a
new red and white uniform which
was very effective. Neither team exhibited the same ginger or style that
marked the previous game, but this
was no doubt due to the weather.
The first goal was notched near
the end of the first period when
Johnson eluded the South defence
and rattled one Into the nets. The
next fell to Campbell early in the
second half, while Blakslee took the
third  on  a long, easy shot.
The game was not marked with as
much heavy checking as has been
in evidence in earlier games. There
were no changes in the lineup of
either team from the last game.
Holden handled the whistle.
The next game will be played
Saturday evening in the home rink,
when the South team promises local
fans something worth watching.
King
and   Queen   Represented
Service in Westminster
Abbey
at
London, Jan. 26.—(Special.)—
The funeral of Lord Strathcona was
held today. There was an impressive service held over the body In
Westminster Abbey, the King, Queen,
Governor-general and Premier As-
(tuith being present or represented.
Interment was In Highgate cemetery. Three former governors-general were among the pallbearers.
Lord Aberdeen, Lord Lansdowno and
the Duke of Argyll.
NOT AX APPLICANT
Sir Richard  McBride Says  He  Has
Not Applied for the High
Commissionership
Victoria, Jan. 26.—(Special.)—
that he was not an applicant for the
high commissionership of Canada,
left vacant by the death of Lord
Strathcona.
He said that he had not been approached on the subject but that if
an offer came he might consider It.
Party of 150 Men Attend Banquet
in Commemoration of
Burns
Upwards of 150 men, from this
town, Fort George and Foley's Cache
assembled Monday evening in Virginia kail, Fort George, at a banquet in honor of the memory of
Robert Burns, the poet of Scotland.
Following a most elaborate dinner, in which the haggis played a
prominent part, a program of
Scottish music and dancing, interspersed between appropriate toasts,
entertained the guests until 2.30
a.m.
The pipers were there, in the persons of George Garden and D. H.
Macdonald. They led the procession
of diners into the banquet hall, aad
later conducted the haggis in state
to the table. The toast "The Dominion of Canada," was hand!, a by
D. A. Cameron and W. F. Cooke, and
the speeches were followed by the
singing of "The Maple Leaf Forever."
"The Immortal Memory" was honored In a splendid address by John
Buchanan, who dealt with the life
and letters of Burns. "The Lasses"
were eulogized by W. Bell and F. W.
Wilson. "Kindred Clubs" were represented by H. G. Perry, while for
the press Rev. J. T. Sadler and W.
E. Playfair were called upon.
The program was as follows:
Violin selection, "Echoes of Ayrshire," R. T. Kerr; pipes, "Ye Banks
and Braes," Messrs. Reid, Miller,
Mclvor and Stewart; dance, sword
dance, D. H. Macdonald; song, "Duncan Gray," W. Wilson; song, "Bonnie
Wee Thing," .. Buchanan; recitation, "Tarn O' Shanter," Andy Lyall;
quartette, "Scots Wha Hae Wi' Wallace Bled," Messrs. Reid, Miller, Mclvor and Stewart; solo and chorus,
"Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, R.
D. Miller; duet, "When Ye Gang Awa,
Jamie," Messrs. Macdonald and
Hillhouse; song, "There Was a Lad,"
A. Stewart; song and chorus, "Will
Ye No' Come Back Again," J.
Buchanan.
At the close of the program hearty
votes of thanks were tendered J, H.
Johnson, proprietor of the hotel, for
his efforts in having prepared the
splendid dinner enjoyed by the
guests; the chairman of the evening,
T. W. Heme, and the following committee, which had the arrangements
in charge:
W. Bell, R. Brown and J. Buchanan, Fort George; F. J. Layne, D.
II. Macdonald and J. F. Richmond,
Soutl) Fort George; George Sutherland and W. Wilson, Foley's Cache;
I). Murrny, treasurer.
$1 FOR HIS WIFE
Vancouver, Jan. 23.—John Simpson was today awarded one dollar In
the supreme court for the loss of his
wife when the steamer Cheslake E.
went down a year ago off Vana harbor. This award is In strong contrast
in the verdict given In the same court
the previous day when a woman was
given $6,000 for the loss of her husband in the same disaster.
G.T.P. Officials I'ay Visit
A party of Grand Trunk Pacific
officials, including W. P. Hinton,
general passenger agent; R. C. Lett,
of the advertising staff, and G. U.
Ryley, land commissioner, came in
last night and will remain here for
several days.
First Dance in Prince George
A gay crowd from all three towns
attended the first dance In Prince
George last evening. The dance was
given by Wm. Huff, ln his new hall
just completed InPrlncess square and
from all accounts proved to be one
of the most enjoyable events ot the
season. must pay If we are indeed to benefit
by this influx of people, vigilance
first to see that they bring with them
and preserve here the characteristics
that have proven good in older
civilizations. As for the things they
left behind, the same vigilance is
required to prevent the smuggling in
of those social conditions that have
proven so heavy a burden in the old
land. Surely the} never will be
missed. What was the list? Quoting from memory, the first of the
left across the waters was the insularity which at home marks the
Britisher. Here the native Canadian
may be permitted a smile. How
often, oh, how often, have we heard,
"That isn't the way it's done in England, or Scotland, or Ireland, or
Wales," as the case may be? But
Canadians have got rather past the
point where such little flings have
power to aggravate. We realize that
comparison is human, if odious, and
wouldn't give a cent a dozen for
Immigrants who didn't carry with
them in their hearts a memory of
the ways back home. Then the
leie acher went on to enumerate the
various other things the immigrant
lost in coming across the waters, and
native Canadians ceased to smile.
Was it true? Have we indeed shaken off the chains of social malformation, the paralysis of precedent and
"the inertia of custom"? Or have
we in this new country already the
seeds of these very curses that make
life a hateful thing in older countries? Is it only our youth that
makes us less fettered, and will these
come upon us with age? If this be
so, there is no time for congratulation, but for stern and persistent endeavor that Canada's ideal may be
so high that unworthy aspirations
will not gain foothold.
hi   i  is no caste in Canada," the
cl Imi (1   "There are neither
commons."    Have, we, then
oi   n?e we as quickly
as v. ;■ be building up an aristocracy-
is   mammon?      Every
thinking person knows that we are
qual.    Has Canada, then,
s t ui   foi herself an ideal of aristocracy, that, of intellect,   and   moral
< '■: n  cter?    Do  we  insist that  our
! ublic m^n should be first of high
> oi il  outlook, or do  we so harass,
yes, and libel, those who would serve
the public,  that  good men  hesitate
to enter public life?    What is that
little     phrase—"The  dirty mess of
politics"?     Why   dirty?      Political
life, service to the state, should be
the highest honor In the gift of the
nation.
Overwhelming respect for long
pedigree was lost on coming to Canada. It was the man himself, not
his grandfather, that counted. We
hope we deserve the commendation,
and yet we can learn something of
citizenship from the so-called first
families of Great Britain. Their
members have always recognized the
right of their country to call upon
them for service. Something of this
idea permeates all classes in the old
country and may it be one of the
thines they bring to Canada.
Thp deepest horror of the drink
traffic is Wt behind. We are not
guiltless in this respect. The mon-
Bter is here and is growing, growing. Let no fools' paradise blind
us to that.
Also, the horror of slumdom is
lost. It is, or does each and every
one of our cities cradle In Its midst
an incipient slum?
"The poor rmn may dare to die in
Canada," concluded the speaker,
"knowing that his children will be
sheltered and cared for."
Surely we nny claim that without
■>,.,■ rpaerv.tions There is room and
■ ■• ■ n- le.nstv liree-f. fnr evervonp who
•■ ii ..•.,.)< an£| |n turn we nP(,fl CVery-
npe's heln everyone's contribution in
!■■<• int. _,,,-  CeiTeeki   safe  from  the
nr'lq _f   .1,1 1 _■,!,_.   „ml ., ]ea(jer amce-pp.
•   "i- • •. in i vervthing thnt counts
Government in session to create another game preserve in the province,
in order to present the wholesale
slaughter of wild animals that hate
collected in the Barkerville and
Quesnel districts. The application
will doubtless be presented to the
chief game warden of the province,
G. Turner, of Barkerville; a deputy
game warden and a prominent mining man are behind the project. He
arrived in town yesterday, and is now-
preparing his case on behalf of the
animals for presentation before the
proper authorities.
Mr. Turner states that the animals
have congregated in the area referred
to  on  account  of  the  railway  construction work on the Pacific Great
Eastern, and adds that unless some
action  is taken  by  the government
toward  their  protection  it is more
than probable that the stock will be
considerably depleted by the influx
of settlers, many of whom hall from
the other side, and, as he says, are
unversed in the local sentiment concerning game protection.    According
to the scheme which he has mapped
out, it  would  be necessary for the
government to create a game preserve
covering an area of some thirty by
i twenty miles, embracing the wonder-
1 ful system of lakes, named respectively, Spectacle, Bear, Isaaca, Sandy
land Wing, also Connection Valley on
the southwest side of Cariboo Moun-
| tain.   Mr. Turner states that the district is now full of moose, cariboo,
I grizzly   bears   (black   and   brown),
deer,   cougar,   mountain   goats   and
I sheep,    ptarmigan,    all    kinds    of
grouse and other feathered game.
WILLIAM WILLIAMB.
JOHN' .MacDONKLL, Agsnt.
Dated 21et Julv, 1913.
Victoria, Jan. 24.—(Special.)—
Speaking at a meeting of the provincial Conservative association at
Victoria today, Premier McBride said
that British Columbia had come
through the financial crisis in splendid shape. The outlook was bright
and business picking up everywhere.
This is the place for the optimist.
"We bid defiance to calamity,," he
said.
McBride Wants the Yukon
Victoria, Jan. 24.—The addition
of the enormously wealthy territory
of the Yukon is to be made to the
province of British Columbia if negotiations now in progress between
Sir Richard McBride and the government at Ottawa go through. That
the negotiations are pending is stated here on unimpeachable authority.
BATHS
Porcelain tub. .Hotel Robarts.
A. FRASER, M.P.P., ASKS
BE' 'Ii: POSTAL FACILITIES
n 16 —John A.
B   C,  legislature for
eiboo i .panel through the city
; esterday. He was on his way to
Victoria for the opening of the legislature, and while here took occassion
to interview Post Office Inspector
Cairns and urge on him th need of
postal facilities via the new G.T.P.
line for points west of Edson in his
constituency, particularly McBride,
the new divisional point on this side
of Prince George. Mr. Fraser has
been visiting some of these places for
the past tew days. He represents
one of the largest constituencies In
point of area In British Columbia,
which includes Fort George. Asked
regarding the legislation pending at
Victoria he remarked that he did not
think the session would be long or
important.
Mr,   Fraser   is  one  of   the   best
While we do not want this
generally known, yet we
would like to siate on the quiet
that we have recently received
the largest consignment of
Stetson Hats ever imported
into the Cariboo district, We
bought them direct, thus saving the middle man's profit.
We have in stock a sample of
mostly every style, shape and
color manufactured by the
Stetson people.
If nature never intended you
to be a handsome man do not
be despondent. We have a
hat to match your face and
under which you can pass as a
man among men.
We do not want you to forget
that there is a great deal of
truth in the old proverb which
says that "Fine feathers make
fine birds," but it i* the hat
that makes the man.
And while we have said much
about hats here, yet we want
to impress you with the fact
that we can dress the other
part, of your anatomy to
match the hat, We have in
stock elegant suits, underwear,
shoes, top shirts, etc,
If you want to buy hay and
oats in large quantities don't
pass us by, let us quote you
special prices.
We have also a heavy stock of
nails, corrugated iron, granite
ware, which we are endeavoring to clear out at special
prices before the arrival of
freigt by steam car.
Don't forget the Pioneer Store
Kennedy, Blair
& Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail
Merchants
Fort Oeorfe Land Dlitrlct.   District ef
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that John Foley of Vancouver, B. C, occupation foreman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
s' 1 . bank of the Finlay river, about 19
mile s upstrenm from Fort Graham and
marked J. F.'s N.W. corner, thence east
40 chains, thenee south 80 chains, thence
west :'0 chains, more or less, to the
rive?-, thence following the course of the
river to point of commencement, containing 2.0 acres, mare or less.
JOHN FOLEY.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st July. 1913.
Fort Oeorfe Land District.    District ef
Feace Biver.
TAKK notice that George Morrison of
Vancouver, occupation foreman, intends
to apply for permission to purchase tbe
following described landB:
Commencing at a post planted on the
X.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 19
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
Vi mile east, marked O. M.'s N.W. corner, thence east SO chains, thence south
SO chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north SO ehains to point of commencement, containing filfl acres, more or less.
GEORGE MORRISON.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated 21st July, 1913.
Fort Oeorg-e Land Diatrlct.    Dlitrlct ef
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that James Green of
Vanoouver, B. C, occupation teamster,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described landi:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 19
miles upstream from Fort Graham ind
1-12 mile east, marked J. G.'s N.W. eorner, thence enst SO chains, thence louth
SO cliains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement, cuntaining S .0 acres, morc or leu.
JAMES GREEN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated 21st July, ISIS.
Part Oeorre Last Dlitrlct   Blstrlet tf
Place Biver.
TAKE notice that Peter Boardman of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, Intends to apply for permission to p«r-
chase the following described lands:
i'ommenelng at a post planted on tiie
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 18
miles upstream from Kort Graham ind
2'_ miles east, marked P. B.'s N.W. cir-
ner. thence eust SO chains, tbence iouth
SO chains, tlunce west SO chains, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing (40 acres, mon er Uu.
PETER BOARDMAN.
JOHN MacDONELL', Agmt.
Dated 21st July. 1913.
Port Oeorge Land Dlitriot   Dlitrlit .1
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that William Wilson If
Vancouver, B. C, occupation laberer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase  the  following described landi:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 1»
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
3M. miles east, marked W. W.'i N.W.
corner, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chaini,
thence north 80 chair.s to point of commencement, containing J4K acres, more
or less.
WILLIAM WILSON.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st July, 1913.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVI
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the reserve, notice of which appeared in the B. C. Gaiett• on the
29th day of August, 1907, it cancelled in to far as it relattt to the
East half of Lot 5314 and tht Watt
half of Lot 5314, Cariboo Dittrict,
in order that the tale of tame nay
be made to the Grand Trunk Pacific
Development Company, Llnlttd, for
right of way purposes, etc.
R. A. RENWICK,
Deputy Minister of Lasts.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B. C,
25th November, lilt.
Jmot-dlO-Mtr 10
 D. J. BAKER	
Accountant aud Financial Aftit
Ledgers opened and account! writttn np
Hocks balanced and balanct thtctt fri-
pared.
Audits undertaken and complete itatt-
ments in analysed form made.
Partnership accounts adjusted.
A simple and complete system of accounting for any p .rticular buai-
upon reasonable terma.
ACKNT FOR
Sun Life Assurance Company of Cauda.
f'aleeloeiian Aeesuranee Company.
Rochester German Underwriters Agener.
Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corp. Lie.
Telephone 52 South.      P.O. Bei 43, Smith Pert hup
TRANSPORTATION
BROUNE
The old-fashioned firm will
place you right.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hammond Street
Fort George
BATHS
i'oi celuin tub.   Hotel RoUarw.
.r"..«.   »»."ie.«.   Bliu    Dvye.eg   Irom   th{
House of Hobberlin
Limited
You may choose from Scotch and Irish
Tweeds, Cheviots, Homespuns, Worsteds
Serges, Halifax Tweeds, etc. Every weave
and pattern that's correct for your Spring
Suit and Overcoat.
Northern Lumber & Mercantile
Companv limited
Sole Agents fob the "HO''      0F HOBBERLIN" Mads-to mint
LOTMNG, '   "UH
SECOND STREET        -        .       South Fort George
W. t. COOK, ttn. MSSHi PEDEN, Tmfm. q. e. KcUUSHUfl, __^
rort Oeorre land Dittrict   Dietrlet •(
rttc* atTti.
TAKE notiee that Joseph White of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Ki. lay river, about 17
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
three miles east, marked J. W.'s X.W.
corner, thence east 8ft chains, thenee
south SO chains, thenee wesl 80 chains,
thence north 80 ehalns to point of commencement, eontaining (40 acres, more
or less.
JOSEPH WHITE,
JOHN MacDONELL. Agent
Hated list July, llll.
VMt hNfi SMI Dictate!   MM* tt
TAKI aeliee that Hetry Eggley tf
VancoUTtr, ■ C. occupation Ironworker,
inteade te apply far permission to purchas* the following described landt:
Commencing at a poat planted on the
N.E. bank ef tha Flulay river, about 17
mlles upstream from Fort Graham and
and four miles eatt, marked H. E.'t N.W.
corner, thenct east II ehalne, thenee
aouth 10 ehains, thence west 80 chains,
thtnet north 80 chaina to point of commencement, containing 140 acres, mere
or ltat.
HINRY EAGLET.
JOHN MacDONELL. Agent.
Dated 21 at July, 1113.
rort Oeorge land Dittrict.   Dlitrlct tf
Peace Diver.
TAKE notice that Archie Buchanan of
Vancouver, occupation . steam shovel
foreman, Intends te apply for permission
to purchast tht following described
landt:
Commencing at a post planted on th*
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 1"
mllet upstream from Fort Graham and
live miles east, marked A. B.'s N.W. corner, thence east 10 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 90 chains, thence
north 10 chains to point of commencement, eontaining 140 acres, more or less.
ARCHIE BUCHANAN.
JOHN MacDONELL. Agent
Dated Slat July, llll.
Port Qeorge land Dlatrlol.   District tf
Peaoe River.
TAKE netlce that Martin O. Lund ef
Vaneouver, •ccupation ahef, Intenda te
npply far permission te parehase the
following deeeribed landt:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N'.E. bank af the Finlay river, about 17
mllet upstream from Fort Graham and
Ave mllea east, marked M. O. L.'t S.W.
corntr, thence eatt 10 chalnt, thtnee
north 10 chaloa. thance wett 10 chalnt,
thence eouth 81 chaina to point of commencement, eontaining 140 acret. mere
or leas.
MARTIN O. ttJND.
JOHN MacDONELL. Agttt
Dated Hat July, llll.
ft rt •eopf e Dtal DltMt.    MtMtl tf
Dtttt DlTtff.
TAKE notice thtt John Stevenson tf
Vancouvtr, occupttloa bnllermtker, It-
teaflt to apply for permlttlon to purchas* th* following described landi:
Commeneing at a poat planted on tht
N.E. bank of tha Fltlay river, about IT
mllet upstretm from Fort Oraham tnd
four mllea east, marked J. B.'s I.W. eorner, thence east II ehaint, thence north
89 ehtlnt, thenre west 10 chains, thenct
•outh 80 ehtlnt to point of commencement, conttltlng 140 sertt, more or lest.
JOHN STEVENSON.
JOHN MacDONELL Agent.
Dated Hit July, llll.
LIQUOR ACT, ItlO.
Nttltt lt fctrtby |1tm tbat on the
Ttatfc fe7 et January aut, applita-
liti will bt mad* to tb* tuparlntand-
•nt at Pr*Tln«ial Pellit (or the
grant _t a llctnit tor tb* tait _t
liquor _. retail ln and upon tbe
prembaa known aa "King Goorge"
Hotel, Ltd., tituate at Prince
Oeorge, Brltiab Columbia, upon tbe
land* deeeribed a* UU lt aad 11,
Bletk 41, Townaite et Prince Oeorge*
Dietrlet et Cariboo.
Dated tbia tenth day et Detember,
llll,
DONALD A. BRBWtTER,
Applicant.
lhe above application ii the lame at
that whieh hu appeared in the laat
three inueie. thia paper (or grant ef
licenie for premise! known aa '.Prinee
George" Hotel Co.
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd,
Are about to erect i numbtr of
houses in Prince George )nij
Bouth Fort George which will bs
sold on easy terms.
Plans and Photograph! mtj bt
seen and further particulars ob-
taiatd frem
H. 1ILS0II, Igr. Cenar Luelk I Sn^
M. lu M SOUTE FWT m_
FRANK W. WILSON
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public
Office : Blair Bid ng., South Fort
George, B. C,
Branch Office : Central Av.,FortC«rgi
L. P. ECKSTEIN
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Bennett Building
South Fort George,     -    B.C.
Scientific Masseur
JOHN FRANK
P.O. Box 44, South Fort George
ROOMS TO RENT
AT THE
Grand Union Rooming House |
NICE CLEAN BEDS
Third Street     -     South Fort Georft I
Steam Wood-cutting Macbiie ]
FOR SALE OR RENT
12  horse power boiler,
6 horse power engine.
Apply WM. CORBETT,
Fort George Livery I
GO TO THE
T. G. JONES
Solicitor and Notary Public.
rort Georgt Trait Building,
FORT GEORGE. B.C.
GERMAN BAJl
For your Fresh::
Bread and Pastry
FRED. TIEMEYER, H
BENJAMIN GREGORY]
Aerated Water
Manufacturer
SPECIALTIES:
Dry Ginger Ale & Fruit
r._*____i-\mL'**"-~Uii
&      DANFOHTH & MINj
'4  maiVla__-t» ________^)%%^l%
....,m,u rmj:J_ frauded ^'ut "' "™u   defrauded out
and wouW
Oi 86
vera
tlu'U
sand more, leaked out
when   two   men,   0.   S.
lilBl      Ls George Brown and Abra-
Gero«'. an ■   •    • -
b. H
Dim
Mi
]e.
were   arrested   by
!jg, of the Thiel Detec-
,nj are now facing a
nectlon with the theft
railway passes.    It is
the Grand Trunk haa
rds of  $5,000  in loss
,g were sold to people
at a greatly reduced rate.
ago Mr.  Morris,  who
i instruction8 to act for
llnk whenever he has
earned  that Abe Bur-
.......   ,lung these passes to men
'! frequented the rooming houses
i. cond rate hotels. These passes
8 ii«ed te' have been stolen from
ere U ii 'cal department of the
the nn'1-11'1"
Grand Tru
Clark B.
tive Ser
charge I
of over
estimated n
suffered up
8S tbeee i
going
T*
h.   V
the era
ml Ti
bccasi
in i"
Burchill is alleged to
rking as a solicitor for
iment made by Gerow
3t last night the sale of
lim and Burchill has been
lonths. Gerow 1
his
hnve been wor
Iv and would escort prospective
Enn to tbe latter'! office whenever
be would find client*
From a st
after his
K'on for'six months. Gerow lives
' U3S Victoria avenue, and
BadQuarterE were at the offices of
the Northern Brokerage company,
Gariepy block, 155 Jasper
Burchill resided at the
■aledonian hotel on Fraser avenue.
f The plot was framed for Burchill
lo visit ail of the rooming houses
md east end h°telB and when be
•ould find J buyer to take him to
the office of the Northern Brokerage
room
ivenue east.
fcompany
whore the pasies would be
isiued. People who were going east
li (ar as Fort William could get
tere at * much cheaper rate. The
Lular fare ia (36. but $12 wai all
lhat was Decenary for the purchase
If a pass. In all of the cases more
than one man was sent on one pass.
In some there were ten men allotted
lo one party aud in other cases six
lent together. They very seldom
(ravelled under four at a time.
When al! sales were made it is
llleged that Gerow would tell the
Invert that if the passes were questioned by train agents that they were
|o say tbey came from the Edmon-
jon mechanical department and
tire being sent to Fort William by
locomotive Foreman Brooks of the
Iorth Edmonton yards, to work out
|f ibeshops there.
Such a practice has been going on
lor at leas! Bis months and at the
■resent time the railway officials are
liable to say to what extent they
lave been defrauded except that a
V{e number eef people must have
ravelled in this manner.
| The passes were genuine enough
far ,n the making out of them
las concerned. From time to time
J lathe custom of the Winnipeg of ft-
lalstostnd several to Edmonton for
lie here. These were all counter-
lined by Tt George, who has the
Ittbority. and officially signed by
Donaldson When they arrived
ier* the thefts took place and they
pre then handed over to another
pty to effect the sales. On account
'■ the proper countersign, the train
jjeati never inspected that the pa-
fi vat being used to defraud the
|llwtf.
Pwses Were Blank
U'hen stolen the passes were blank
M al .ays were filled out on a
Ipewrite, when sold at the reduced
Pte. When mists were were made,
Feral of the passes were found in
f P°**e»»ion of Gerow and lt Is
loerstood that the prisoner made a
iMement partially confessing to tb.
Tln" 'bat has heen charged against
T« BLOW XV
OFFICES
ln
pl Trunk Recelres Dire Threat oa
Account of Employmwt of
"Illockie."
_tT?\ Jn;i n-™° general
Ireettll"'Urill«i Trunk on McOIll
I e are tu h- blown up within 30
I». jeewaint to the terms ot a
iy n on tUe comPany yester
hJ. ^ was typewritten
J Montreal"''' 'U":"llaa A"oclatloD
I t bas been observed by this .
P ?mT_"m:PMt that -
Pte num.        'lS   be*a   employ!
V thL       F,eu^-Canadlans
III |n .A t:" iarge numbers avall-
tmni_",    y' wlthout havl
t Injury ,    .'■}*"■   Thu- u deems
h are„„ ,,   6 rre^h-Canadl
_*&___.     e""01'    Therefore
ith |n'   ' t! '* r'd of the "Biol
lm tl,  ,g"'"iral oftl<:es an.
I'M. tv°rerare tQbe
K~  Ullrl) days,
JttelX; CiUno li"-°«8h the
iclted „ _   'I'7 waV yesterday
|A*P <? ^hilarity
Jn of   u.    An  English  transl
H^C'was clr
asso-
the
ng
ex-
of
mar_ea ~j. s. b b. vv. Corner";
thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chaina;
thence south 80 chains to poiut of
commencement; containing 640
acres, more or less.
JOHN SMALL, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
July 17th, 1913.
'Ing to
ems
ans
I, If
mend its
"Blokies,"
tbe
blown
mail
and
ng
a-
•culated
amor
Fort George Land District.   District
of Peace Itiver
TAKE notice that Clarence C.
Burke, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation, Insurance broker, intend, to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Finlay Hiver
about thirty-nine miles from Its
mouth, marked "C. C. B.'s S. W.
Corner"; thence east 60 chains;
thence north 80 chaina; thence west
80 chains, more or less to river;
thence following the course of the
river south to point of commencement; containing 480 acres, more or
less.
CLARENCE C. BURKE, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 17th, 1913.
Fort George Land District. District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Alfred A. Paterson, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation, Engineer, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the east bank of the Finlay Hiver
about thirty-eight miles from the
mouth, marked "A. A. P.'s 8. W.
Corner"; thence east 20 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence west
60 chains, more or less to the river;
thence following the course of the
river south to point of commencement, containing 320 acres, more
or less.
ALFRED A. PATERSON, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 17th, 1913.
Fort Qeorge Land District.   District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that William R.
Ralney, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation, Boss Barber, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about three-quarters of a mile east
the east bank of the Finlay River
about thirty-nine miles from, its
mouth, marked "W. R, R.'s S. W.
Corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing 6*0 acres, more or less.
WILLIAM R. RAINEY, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 17th, 1913, 	
marked "H. M. L.'s S. W. Corner";
thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement; contain 640 acres,
more or less.
HERBERT M. LEIGHTON,
Applicant
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
July 18th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.    District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Alfred Lambert,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, barber, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Finlay Hiver
about twenty-eight miles from is
mouth and one-quarter mile east,
marked "A. L.'s S. W. Corner";
thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
ALFRED LAMBERT, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1913.
thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
JAMES SHAW, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
July 18th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.   District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that George Stewart
of Vancouver, B, C, occupation,
waiter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Finlay Hiver
about thirtytwo miles from its mouth,
marked "J. S.'s S. W. Corner";
thence west 80 chains, more or less
to river, thence south following the
course of the river to point of commencement, containing 48u acres
more or less.
GEORGE STEWART, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.   District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that John J. Olllls of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Logger,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east banfi of the Finlay Rivver
about thirty-five miles from its
mouth, marked "J. J. G.'s S.W.
Corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement; contain-
ing640 acres more or less.
JOHN J. GILLIS, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1913. 	
Fort George Land District.   District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Frank Foy of
Vancouver, B.C., occupation, Butcher, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Finlay River
about 28 miles from the mouth,
marked "F. F.'s S. W. corner";
thence east 20 chains, thence nortii
80 chains, thence west 80 chains
more or less to the river, thence
following the course of the river to
point of commencement, containing
480 acres, more or less.
FRANK FOY, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1913.
Fort George Land District. District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Sydney Crighton
of Vancouver, B.C., occupation, Merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
lands:
Commencing at a loBt planted on
the east bank of the Finlay River,
about    thirty-three   miles   from   its
j mouth, marked "S. C.'s S. W. Cor-
'ner"; thence east 80 chains, thence
j north   80   chains,  thence   west   80
'chains,  thence south  80 chains to
! point of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
SYDNEY CRIGHTON, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.   District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that John T. Jenkins
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Logger, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of the east bank
of the Finlay River about thirty-five
miles from its mouth, marked "J. T.
J.'s S.W. Corner"; thence east 80
chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains to point of commencement;
containing 640 acres, more or less.
JOHN T. JENKINS, Applicant
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1913. 	
Fort George Land District.    District
of Peace River
TAKE notice tnat George Clark of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, plumber, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Finlay River,
about   thirty-four   miles   from   its
mouth, marked "G. C.'s S. W. Corner"; thence east 40 chains, thence
j north 80 chains,    thence    west    80
chains more or less   to   the   river,
theuce south following the course of
the river to point of commencement,
containing 480 acres, more or less.
GEORGE, CLARK, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.   District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Thomas Hedican
of Courtney, B.C., occupation, Contractor, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one milo east of the east bank
of the Finlay River and about
thlrtyseven miles from its mouth:
marked "T. H.'s S. W. Corner";
thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement; containing 640 acres
more or less.
THOMAS HEDICAN, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 11)1"..	
Fort George Land District.    District
of Peace River
45   TAKE notice that Albert Holl-
insworth of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Laborer, intends to apply for
i permission  to  purcliase  the  follow-
I Ing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
[the east bank of the Finlny   Hiver
about   thirty-one    miles   from   Its
j mouth, markod "A. H.'s S. W. Cor-
iner";  theuce east 40 chains, thenre
; north  80 chains,  thence    west    80
1 chains more or less   to   the   river,
; thence following the course of the
j river to poiut of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
ALBERT HOLLINSWORTH.
Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th. 1913.
Fort George Land Diatrlct.    District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Daniel Joseph
Rose of Vancouver, B. C, eccupatlon,
Mechanic, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Finlay River
about twenty-nine miles from its
mouth, marked "D. J. R.'s S. W.
Corner"; thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
DANIEL JOSEPH ROSE,
Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1913.
Fort George Land District. District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Alfred T. Brett
of Vancouver, B.C., occupation, foreman, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Finlay River
about thirty-seven miles from its
mouth, marked "A. T. B.'s S. W.
Corner"; thence cast 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains to
point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
ALFRED T. BRETT, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July Ilth, 1918.
Fort George Land District. District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Harry Jacobs of
Vancouver, B.C., occupation, Salesman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted one
mile east of the east bank of the
Finlav River, about thirty miles from
Its mouth, marked "H. J.'s S. W.
Corner"; thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commencement containing
640 acres more or less.
HARRY JACOBS, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July Uth, X»l».
Fort George Land District.   District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Edward William
McKay of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Traveller, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about a quarter of a mile eaBt of the
east bank of the Finlay River about
32 miles from Its mouth, marked
"E. W. McK.'s S.W. Corner"; thence
east 80 chains, thence north 80
chainB, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
EDWARD WILLIAM McKAY,
Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1*11.
Fort George Land Distriet.   Blstrlet
of Peace River
TAKE notice tbat Joseph Morrison
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Engineer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one-half mile east of the east
bank of the Finlay River about
thirty-four miles from its mouth,
marked "J. M.'s S. W. Corner";
thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
JOSEPH MORRISON, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.   District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Robert Wilson
of Vancouvevr, occupation, Teamster,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one-quarter mile east of the
east bank of the Finlay River, about
twenty-nine miles from its mouth,
marked "R. W.'s S. W. Corner";
thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
ROBERT WILSON, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1913 .
Fort George Land District.   District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Freeman W.
Fergmore of Vancouver, B. C,
occupation, Commercial Traveller,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted one-
half mile east of the bank of tbe
Finlay River about thirty-one miles
from its mouth, marked "F. W.F.'s
S. W. Corner"; thence east 80
chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
FREEMAN W. FFERGMORE,
Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Julv 18th, 1913.
Corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
HENRY  OLSEN,  Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 17th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.    District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that John Odeck of
Victoria, B. C, occupation, Logger,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one and one-halff miles east
of the east bank of Finlay River and
about forty-five miles from its mouth,
marked "J. C.'s S. W. Corner";
thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains to point of
eommencement, containing 640 acres-
more or leBS.
JOHN ODECK, Applicant.
JOHN  MacDONELL,  Agent.
July 16th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.    District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Timothy Nugent
of Nanaimo, B. O, occupation, Horae-
shoer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one and one-half miles east
bank of the Finlay River and about
forty-five miles from its mouth,
marked "J. O.'s S. W. Corner";
thence east 80 chainB; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement; containing 640 acres
more or less.
TIMOTHY NUGENT, Applicant,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Fort George Land District.    District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Mary A. Peter
•f Vancouver, B.C., occupation,
Spinster, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Finlay River,
one-quarter mile north of Fort
Grahame, marked "M. A. P.'s S. W.
Corner," thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence south 80 chains, to
po'nt of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
MARY A. PETER, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 16th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.   District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that William J.
Young of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Mill man, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of the east bank
of the Finlay Riv_r and about
forty miles from its mouth, marked
'W. J. Y.'s S. W. Corner"; thence
east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing (jiO acres
more or less.
WILLIAM J. YOUNG, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 17th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.    District
of Peace Hiver
TAKE notice that David Bloom-
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Sailor,
intends to apply for permission to
sion to purchaso the toilowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted oue
mile  enst  of  the  east  bank   of  the
FiFnlny    River,    one-quarter    mile
north of Fort Grahame, marked "J.
S.'s S. W. Corner";  thence east 80
chains;    thenco   north   80   chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, more or feBS.
JAMES SHAW, Applicant!
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent,
July 16th, 1913.
Fort George Land District. District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Davvld Bloom-
field of Vancouver, B, C, occupation,
Tailor, Intends io -pply for permission to purchase the following lands:
Commencing at a post planted two
miles east of the eaBt bank of the
Finlay River, one-quarter mile north
of Fort Grahame, marked "D, B.'s
S. W, Corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence west
80 cliains; thence south 80 chains;
to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
DAVID BLOOMFIELD, Applicant,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agtnt.
Fert George Land District.    District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Carl M. W.
Schloti of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Rooming House Keeper, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands.
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of the east bank
of the Finlay River, about forty-
three miles from its mouth, marked
"C. M. W. S.'s S.W. Corner"; thence
east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
•outh 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres,
more or less.
CARL M. W. SCHLOTZ, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 17th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.    District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that John New of
Vancouver, occupation, Clerk, intonds to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands:
Commonclng at a post planted «n
the east bank of the Finlay River
about forty-three miles from its
mouth, marked "J. N.'s S. W. Cornor"; thence oast 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thonce west 80
chains; thence south 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
JOHN NEW, Applicant.
JOHN MACDONELL, Agent.
July 17th, 1913.
Fort George Land District.    District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that James White
of Vancouver, B. O, occupation,
Laborer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Finlay River
about forty-four miles from the
mouth, marked "J. W.'s S. W. Corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence west 80
chains; thence south 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
JAMES WHITE, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July lTth, 1918. [or  some  time been  in  negotiation  there would only be one university in
with  the Provincial  Government in British Columbia, only .ne institution
...... ct un with the acquisition of the  with degree-conferring powers.  This
ion shore  lights  in   connection  with > is in contradistinction to the state of
the proposed terminals at Newport,"
stated Attorney-General Bowser this
morning, when his attention was
uiawn to a dispatch from Ottawa
that the Dominion Government had
given a large foreshore grant at
: ewpoit to the railway company.
"1 have been Informed that the
Dominion Government and the Pacific Great Eastern practically came
to an agreement," said Mr. Bowser,
"but the P.G.E. has yet to conclude
with the provincial arthorities. We
claim absolute rights to the l'ore-
Bhore, and the strength of our rights,
in contra distinction to these of the
Dominion Government, is a matter
for the courts. Nothing will be done
by the British Columbia Government
towards settling with the railway
company until the return of Vice-
President Tate from England. We
have stated the terms upon which
we are willing to deed over our
rights to a section of the foreshore
at Newport, and when Mr. Tate comes
back the negotiations will probably
be continued."
It was evident from the tone of
the statements made by the attorney-
gereeral that the course of action be-
in"; pursued by the railway company
is to settle with both governments
rather than to close with one and
leave the question of actual ownership as between the two governments with the courts.
It is believed here that the .2,-
000,000, which it is said that the
P.G.E. has promised to the Ottawa
authorities to upend in harbor Improvements at Newport is practically
the  only  consideration  extended  in
affairs in many of the other provinces
where, in addition to the provincial
university, there ate several others,
with the result that higher educational effort is not centred in building up any one college.
TO CROSS ATLANTIC
Grahame White Expects New Aeroplane to Make Passage Without Stopping.
London, Jan. 22.— (Special.) —
Grahame White announces that by
means of an aeroplane which he is
now building he expects to be able
to cross the Atlantic. Ilo will make
the attempt next year and hopes to
cross in from forty to sixty hours
without stopping.
In the matter of Ernest Deeley
and William Birch of South Fort
George, B. C, commission agents,
insolvent.
Notice is hereby given that the
said E. Deeley and W. Birch, carrying on business in co-partnership in
i the Province ef British Columbia,
j under the name, style and firm of
Deelsy & Brch, have made an assignment under the Creditors Trust
Deeds Act, of all their estate, credits and effects, to me John Buchanan
of South Fort George, B. C, gentleman, for the general benefit ot their
creditors.
A meeting of creditors will be held
at the office of Frank W. Wilson,
barrister, Blair building, South Fort
George, B. C, on Tuesday the 27th
day of January, 1914, at the hour
of 10 o'clock in the forenoon to receive a statement of their affairs,
appoint inspectors, for the giving of
directions with reference to the dis-
THOMAS  BA1RD.
JOHX MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 23rd July,  1913.	
Tort George Land District, Dlitriot of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that Carroll Charles of
Vaneouver, occupation laborer, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the l-'lnlay river, about 13
miles upstream from Fort Graham,
markod C. C.'s N.W. oorner, thence east
Sel chains, thence south SO chains, thence
west 20 chains, more or less, to the
river, thence following the course of the
river to point of commencement, containing 320 acres, more or less.
CARROLL CHARLES.
JOHN' MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 22nd July, 11113.
Fort Qeorge Land District.    District Of
Peace Kiver.
TAKE notice that Thomas Buchanan
of Vancouver, occupation miner, Intends
tee npply for permission to purchase the
following described lauds:
Commenoing at a post planted on tho
N.E. bank of thc I'inlay river, about 13
miles upstream from Kort Graham and
etue mile east, marked T. B.'s N.W. corner, thence east SO chains, thence south
SO chains, thence west SO chains, thence
ment, containing C to acres, more or leas.
THOMAS BUCHANAN.
JOHN MaoDONELL, Agent.
Dated 22nd Julv, 1913.
posal of their estate, and for the
that direction, it *. said, but that j ordering of tlie affairs of the estate
something in the -»-'ay 0f an actual i generally. The creditors are re-
diiect   financial   consideration   will | Quested to file their claims with the
assignee, or with Frank W. Wilson,
probably have to r.  to the govern-
his  solicitor,  with  proofs   and  par-
ment of British Columbia before its  jjculars ae required by the said Act
consent is obtained.
To aid in the proposals of the
board of governors of the University
of British Columbia, covering an ex-
on or before the day of such meeting, and notice is further given that
after the 10th day of March, 1914,,
the assignee will proceed to distribute the assets of the estate amongst
penditure of .3,000,000 within a; the parties entitled thereto, having
fixed period, said to be three years, j regard only to the claims of which
a substantial vote will be sought.     | notice shall then have been    given,
,,_     ,,...,        in v,     i.,__*   i&nd that he will not be liable for the
' Spec al attention will be given to ' . .:        ,   „ ,. ...
; assets or any part thereof so distrib-
the  university question at this ses-1 uted ^ any pereon or    p6rB0ns   0f
Bion," stated Sir Richard, "in view | whose claims he shall not then have
of the fact that it is to be opened in 'had notice.        JOHN BUCHANAN,
the autumn of 1915.     One   ol   the 1 „  . , By FJ™1 *' Yl*0n'
,    , ,„ .     „ ' Blair Building,  South Fort George
chief requirements will be the new
tint George I.and District.    Diatrict of
Fe.ice Biver.
TAKE notico that David Donaldson of
Vancouver, occupation painter, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following descriiicd lands: .
Commencing eit a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Kinlay river, about 13
mile.s upstream from Kort Graham and
two miles eust, marked 1). D.'s N.W. corner, thence es.st SO chains, thence south
SO chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
nortli SO chains to point of commencement, containing 610 acres, more or less.
DAVID DONALDSON.
JOHN MaoDONELL, Agent.
Dated 22nd July, 1918.
Fort Oeorge I.and District,    Distriot of
Pmc* Kiver.
TAKE notice that Jpseph Morgan of
Vancouver, occupation miner, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank eef the Kinlay rlyer, about 13
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
three mlles e_st, marked J. M.'s N.W.
corner, east 80 chains, south 80 chains,
west SO chains, north 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
JOSEPH MORGAN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 22nd Julv, 1913.
«vo\«,(y^
Fort Georg-e Land District.    District of
Ptace Biver.
TAKE notice that Peter Hyland of
Vancouver, occupation logger, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank (ef the Kinlay river, about IJ
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
four miles east, marked P. H.'s N.W.
corner, thence east 80 ehalns, thence
south SO chains, thence west to chains,
thence north SO chains to point of commencement, containing 610 acres, more
or less.
PETER HYLAND.
JOHN MacDONELL, A«ent.
Dated 22nd July, 1913.
buildings which will be erected at a
coBt running into high figures. It is
planned to have up-to-date structures, second to none on the continent. The plans laid before the government by the board of governors
call for the expenditure of about $3,-
000,000 withiu a fixed period. It
Ib realized .that the Provincial Government will assist materially in the
construction of buildings in addition
to the land grant for an endowment
fund which was provided for some
time ago. It is expected that the
legislature will be asked for a substantial vote at the forthcoming
session in order to provide for a
commencement on buildings as an
initial step on the project outlined by
the board of governors."
Plans for Land Endowment.
The land endowment given to tho
University by the Provincial Government when the decision was reached
to establish such an institution ia ths
province, covers 2,000,000 acres. The
premier stated today that the land
is now being selected in the interior.
Much of it has already been surveyed
aud this work will be carried to completion as soon as possible in order
tbat tbe plans of the board In connection with the establishment of chairs
and carrying out of other matters
along educalonal lines may not be
unnecessarily delayed. It is not supposed that this endowment will be
used to nny extent iu the construction of buildings, which, If the proposed vote this session is to be taken
aa an augury, will be constructed by
the province for the university
board.
Further assistance for the university may come from moneyed men of
Solicitor for the Assignee.
Dated at South Fort George this
&th day of January, 1914.
janl4-28
Port Oeorge Land Dlitriot.    District of
Psaee Biver.
TAKE notice that Bert Koote of Vancouver, occupation cigar maker, inteneis
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a pnsl planted on thc
N.E. hank of the Kinlay river, about IB
miles upstream from Fnrt Graham and
Ave miles east, marked B. F.'s N.W. corner, thence ea-st 80 cliains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 10 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
BERT FOOTE.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
luted 22nd July,_1_9_13. _
Port Georg* lnnd DUtrlot.    District of
Ptace Biver.
TAKE notice that Paul Roy of Vancouver, occupation cook, intends to apply for permission to purchase the fol-
iowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank (ef the Kinlay river, about 16
uiiles upstream from Port Graham anel
live mlles east, marked P. R.'s S.W. corner, thence eaat 80 chnins, thence nortii
80 chains, thencc West SO chains, thence
south SO chains to polnl of commencement, containing 640 acres, mnre or less.
PAUL ROY.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Hated 22nd July. ISIS.
Fort Oeorge Land District.    Distriot of
Fsao* Biver.
TAKE notice that Edward M. Oliver
of Vancouver, occupation printer, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the  following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. hank of the Finlay river, about U
milcs upstream from Fort Graham and
five miles east, marked E. M. O.'s N.W.
corner, thence east SO chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more
eer less.
EDWARD M.  OLIVER.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 22nd July, 1913.
Port Oeorge Land District.    Dlitriot of
Peace Biver,
TAKE notice that August Delrlen of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation cook, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on thc
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 19
miles upstream from Fort Qraham and
viarked A. D.'s S.W. corner, thence east
40 chains, thence nortli 80 chains, thence
west SO chains, moro or less, to the
river, thence following the course of the
river to point of commencement, containing 4S0 acres, more or less.
AUGUST DELRIEN.
JOHN MacDONuiLL, Agent.
Dated 21st July, 1913.	
GOODS DELIVERED TO AIT
PARTS OF CITY. '"'''
Butter, Cheese, Eggs;
Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Live Stock
JS.5""1 South Fort George-      s-J- Mcdonald
Phone 86
H. W. GROSS
A' C. BUCHEL
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C.
General Hardware and 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.
fe     B.X.
I       Winter Service
Stages leave South Fort George EVERY TUESDAY
and FRIDAY MORNINGS at 5 a.m. for C.P.R. and
all points south.
British Columbia Express Co.
Auto, Stage and Steamboat Owners
rort Qevrf. Jjand Dlitriot.    Dlitriot of
Pane* Biver.
TAKE notice that Daniel McCarty of
Vancouver, nccupatinn laborer, Inteneis
to apply fnr permission to purchase the
following describod lands:
Commeneing at a post planted nn the
N.E. bank nf the Finlay river, about 15
miles upstream from Fort Qraham anel
four miles cast, marked E>. MoC.'s S.W.
corner, thence east 80 chains, thence
north SO chains, thence west so chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 610 acres, more
or less.
danibl Mccarty.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated !2nd July. 1913.
Port Goorge land District,    District of
Peace River,
TAKF. notice that Turn Snowdon of
Vancouver, occupation butcher, Intends
to apply for permission tee purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post plante'l on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, nhout 16
miles upstream from Fort Qraham and
three miles east, markeel T. S.'s H.W.
coruer, thence east 80 chuins, the nee
norlh 80 chains, thenee west K0 chains,
thence soulh 80 chains to polnl of commencement, containing C10 acres, more
or less.
TOM  SNOWDON,
JOHiN Mod)ON'KLI,, Agent.
Dated 22nd July, 1913.
Fort Oeorge Land District.   Distriot of
Peace Kiver.
TAKE notice that Rudolph Schnoter,
of Vascouver, 11, C„ occupation cigar
maker, Inteneis to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N. E. bank of the Finlay river about 21
miles upstream from Kort Graham am!
marked R. S.'s N.W. corner, thence east
20 chains, thence south 80 chains more
nr less to the river, thence following the
course of tho river to point of commencement containing 160 acres more or
RUDOLPH SCHNOTER.
JUHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 20th July,  1913.	
Fort Oeorge Land District.   Dlitriot of
Peac* Biver.
TAKE nolice that Stephen Campbell of
Vancouver, R. C„ occupation logger, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N, E. bank of the Finlay river about 21
miles upstream from Fort Qraham and
1-1 mile east, mnrked S. C.'s N. W. corner thence east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thencc west 80 chains, thence
nortli 80 chnins to point of commencement containing 640 acres more or less.
KTKl'HEN CAMPBELL.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 20th July, 1913.	
Fort Ooorge Land District,    District of
Peace Biver.
TAKR nolice that James McDonald of
Vnncouver, B. C„ occupation laborer, Intends to apply for permission to pureiiase  the  following deacrlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.   B,   bank   of   the   Finlay   river  about
21 miles upstreasi from Fort Oraham
and 1 1-4 miles east, markeel J. McD.'s
N. W. corner, thencc east 80 cliains,
llience soutii 80 chains, thence west 80
eiinlns. thence north 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 610 acres,
more or less.
JAMFS McDONALD,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent,
Dated 20th July, 1913.
UNION REALTY CO.
Have anything in the way of Land that
you want in this district.
Our Prices Are Right. Our Terms Are Best.
While no better than others, we can give
as good a deal as can be had.
Write or wire for weekly price list.
Union Realty Co. or I. E. Haight _ Co.
Fort George
Steam Laundry
Agenciei in South Fort George:
Fairbank's Barber Shop, in York
... & Merriam's Pool Hall.  ...
Hoffercamp's Bathrooms
Second Street.
McVetty's Pool Hall
Riverside.
CALLS MADE DAILY
ffZ
O'Flaherty & Thorne
Manufacturers of
High-grade Confectionery
Soda Water, Ices, etc.
Hamilton Avtnue • South Fort George
Fort George. B.C. Victoria, B.C.
F. P. Burden, Mgr.       .    F. C. Green, Mgr.
Nelson. B.C.. A. H. Green, Mgr.
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Chil Ewiecri, DmuumIB. C.LudSercejen
Stirrer! of Land*. Mines, Towniltee, Timber
Limits, Etc.
The Mecca Cafe
IN SUCCESSION TO THE GRILL
The above cafe has been taken over by
experienced restauranteurs. We solicit
the patronage of those who enjoy good
food well cooked.
TRY US OUT ;  WE NEVER CLOSE
WILLIAMS & COLE
Hamilton Avenue, South Fort George
STATIONERY, CIGARS
PATENT    MEDICINES
And the most complete lines of SOAPS
and PERFUMES in the city.
Geo. B. Williams        Edgar Cole
SMITHS
CREAM!WAFFLE HOUSE
Hamilton Avenue
It's the Fresh Eastern Oysters
It's the Ham ancl Eggs
It's thc Hutter
It's the Meat Specials
It's the Haked Spuds
It's the Pure Maple Syrup
It's the Honey in comb
It's the Pie Crust
It's the Service
It's the Best in the City
Motto : Quality and Serf"
Own your own home.
can build your fu ure w
now at the minimum ot
pense.
No building to toe» g
or too small to rue
our careful attention.
Bronger & Fly"11
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ti     u n   Hrvr 17.
QUUUj
j.-v.   ■- >";"'-! London
Lord  s
home t»
ona,   who died  at his
oa Wednesday,  waB  ill
four
days.
Adam
The
those   mentioned   as   his
,    mccessors are Sir Richard
p0     ,     sir   Hugh   Oraham,   Sir
MCB    d   Osier,    Hon.    George    E.
Ed!.U.D Hon Robert Rogers and Hon.
foster,
tie passes by special remlnd-
nl3 daughter Mrs. Howard.
er rl aries Tupper .ill probably act
Slf h representative of Canada at
aS . neral, wliich will be held Mon-
Lord S'rathcona will be
ffith   his   vile,   w'10   Pre"
burlt ii      * *
aed him a tew months, in High-
l1',      .'. '....-1, London.   The British
lernment has offered a place in
r Abbey or St. Paul's but
1.1th Lord Strathcona had
sh   to   be   buried in
day ■■■'■'
Westmin
before hi
eipressei
Hlghgate
Ottawa.
a wi
Cemetery.
Jan.
- (Special )-
t adjourned yesterday out
of "respect for the memory of Lord
Strathcona. whose death is reported
(rom London. Tributes to the great
Canadian were expressed In the
house by Premier Borden and Sir
Wilfrid Laurier.
The province of Quebec expects to
collect death duties of .6,500,000 on
the strathcona estate, which is estimated at 180,000,000.
GOVERNMENT MAY
TAKE BACK LAND
Speculator*    Who    Bought    Crown
Lands Are Away Behind in
Their  Payments
Victoria. Jan. 22.-—(Special.) —
Speculators who have-purchased land
Irom the British Columbia government are about $'3,000,000 behind
In their payments and the government Is now anxious to clear matters
up.
The suggestion has been made that
the government give clear title to the
purchasers for the amount of land
they have paid for, and that the rest
be taken back by the crown.
One difficulty with this scheme is
that numbers of the original purchasers have subdivided and sold
parcels of the land. To forfeit this
land would squeeze the small hold-
i very severely.
WU l. PARDON MINERS
Ottawa Government Will Let Those
In Prise.n I'ur Rioting Go Free
After Lesson.
Ottawa, Jan. 22.—(Special.) —
The Dominion government will
probably extend clemency to the
striking miners convicted of rioting
In Nanaimo. lt is stated that all
of them- wall be pardoned out as
soon as the trials now pending are
completed and the strikers Impressed with the necessity of obeying the
law.
to erect a large new government
office at Prince Rupert and will
presently also consider the requirements of- Fort Qeorge and Port
Fraser along .tho same line," said
Premier McBride in an interview
here today, during whieh he outlined
the government program for the
session of the legislature and for the
future generally.
Premier McBride referred to private bills- covering changes to the
Municipal Act in accordance with the
suggestion of the Municipal Government Commission. He said that the
legislation laid over from last year
would be brought forward again. It
provides, among other things, for
government by commission and board
of control, where thought desirable
by the municipal districts concerned.
The consolidation of the game laws
together with incorporation of measures designed to protect game to as
great extent as feasible are to be carried out at this session. There will
also be some trust company legislation to provide additional restrictions
upon companies desiring to do a trust
business. The Premier would not say
what railway legislation would be
introduced, or whether there would
be any at all.
Beautifully situated within a mile
of the business c.ntre of PRINCE
GEORGE and less than half a mile
from the Millar portion of the city.
Its north line is the southern boundary of the Bronger subdivision,
which has been on the market at
51000 an acre and where the P. &
G. E. Ry. are likely to have considerable yardage and trackage.
The property adjoining on the
south is held by Saskatoon business
men at $800 an acre.
The new Railway and Traffic Bridge
across the Eraser River is now well
under construction, and upon its
completion this property will be as
handy to the depot as parts of the
G.T.P. townsite itself and no further away.
To the first person meaning business this property may be had on
three-year terms at
$250 Per Acre
In making this offer we do so
knowing that no property of this
kind, and at the same distance, can
be offered at these price*.
Look at the map, and if you want
it write or wire
I. E. HAIGHT
South Fort Georjre.
Tort Qeorge Land Dlitriot.    Diltrict of
Peace Biver.
TAKE   notice   that  John   Anderson   of!
Vancouver,   occupation   hoel   carrier,   in-1
tend!   to  apply   feer  permission   to   purchaae the followin % described lands:
Coinmencing at a post planted on  the
N'.E. bank of  the  Kinlay river, about  131
milea  upstream  from   Fort Graham  ami j
one mile east,  marked J. A.'s S.W. corner,  thence east 10 chains, thence north
SO chairs, thence west SO chains, thence
south  80 chains, to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less
JOHN ANDERSON,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agtnt.
rented 22nd .lulv. 1913.
Fort Oeorre Lead Dietrict. Dietrict of
TAKE notice that David Elder of Van-;
couver, occuiiation teamster, Intends to ]
apply for permission to purchase thei
following descrilied lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N'.E. bar.k of the Kinlay river, about  13
miles upstream  from Fort Graham and I
marked D. E.'s S.W. corner, thence east |
SO chains, thence nortii 80 chains, thence j
west   SO   chains,   more  or  less,   to   thei
river, thence following the course of the!
river   to   point  of  commencement,   containing 640 acres,  more or less
DAVID ELDER.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent, j
Dated 22nd Julv, 1913.
Fort Oeorge Land Diltrict.    Dlitrlct of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that Arthur S- Percy of
Vancouver, eeccupation broker. lnumis to I
apply   fe.r   permission   to   purchase   the |
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the I
N'.E. bank of the Kinlay river, about loi
miles upstream from Fort Graham. !
marked A. ri. P.'s N.W. corner, thence
east SO chains, south SO chains, west SO,
chains, more or less,'to the river, thence]
foliuwing the course of the river to point |
of commencement, containing ISO aores,j
more or less.
ARTHUR S.  PERCY.
JOHN MacDONELL. Agtnt. !
Dated 22nd Julv, 1913.  .
EVIDENCE OF EASIER
MONEY IN LONDON
' Is Expected  that  Pacific   Great
Eastern Loan Will lie Snapped
111 by Investors
London, Jan,  22.—(Special.)—It
'.Mpected that the forthcoming Pa-
1 '«Great Eastern loan of a million
Wd a half
pounds will be snapped
»P 1" London.
The state of  Victoria  loan  of  a
*"»<» Pounds at four per cent, at
I The
Which
*»« subscribed tour times over.
Pacific   Great   Eastern   1
S5.
The
oan,
ls guaranteed by the govern-
c"' ot llritish Columbia pays one
u-II ne.r  r.. .,,
11 more and ia offered at
, ;'   l8   evidence   of   easier
"* "i London.     The   Canadian
nawnt loan is gomK at a prem-
m ot two and one-half per cent.
4islat,.,.SeSfi0.n  0f  the   B- C'
•SS wiiil18 like> that
moumoH e,-e9tablishment of a
pS p° 'uce,force in this
Wl ep3Wlth Quarters at
Fort Oeorre Land Dlitrlct,    Diltrict of
Feice Biver.
TAKE   notice -that   John   Cockton   of i
Vancouver,   oeeupati'in   master   mariner, i
Inteneis  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the I'inlay river, about 16
mlles upstream from Fort Graham anel;
one mile east, marked J. C.'s N.W. corner, thence east SO chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west SO chains, thence |
north SO chains tee point of commence-
ment, containing 610 acres, more or less. I
John cOckton.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.;
Pnted 22nd Julv, 1913.
Fort Oeorfe Land Dlitriot.    Dlitriot of
Feace Hiver.
TAKE notice thnt Vernon D. Dennison
of Vancouver, occupation broker, inteneis
to apply for permission to purcliase-the
following described lands:
Commencing, at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the I'inlay river, abeeut 15
mlles upstream freem Eort Oraham and
two miles east, .markeel V D. P.'s N W
corner, thence east SO chains, thenoe
south SO chnins. thence west SO chains,
Ihenee north v" chains to point of commencement, containing 610 acres, more
or less,
VERNON r>. DENNISON
J.eii.v MacDONELL, Agent
I'Mte.i 22nd July  1913 ____^
THIRD AVENUE
South Fort George
F. C. WILSON   .   Prop.
I want the public to become
familiar with a few of the
features of my establishment.
It is the largest restaurant in
Northern B. C, has private
dining rooms, is fitted throughout with the most modern
arrangements and appliances,
assuring sanitary food, quick
service and absolute satisfaction. The building is equipped
with steam heat and sanitary
plumbing.
I have been fortunate in securing the services of chefs
and bakers unequalled in Canada for knowledge and experience in the culinary arts.
Last, but not least, I want
to express my appreciation for
the large patronage in the
past.
F. C. WILSON.
In    this   space
appear   weekly
will
an>
noun cements of new
specialties in the culinary department.
Fresh
Beef
Mutton
Meats v»;*
Wholesale and retail
THE B. C. MEAT MARKET
FORT GEORGE AND
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
SHINGLES
Store Fronts Cottage Front Windows
WOOD
Four-foot Wood      -      -     $3.75 per cord delivered
Fort George Trading^ Lumber Co., Ltd.
phone 11 c. Mcelroy, p»>one m
SOUTH FORT GEORGE. Manager. FORT GEORGE.
A. J. S. WILLSOl
Late ROBERTS, JONES & WILLSON
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
$2500 will Handle a Property
within 2 Miles of Prince George
HAMILTON AVENUE,
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Port Oeorg-e Lund Dlitrlct. Dlitrlct of
Feace River.
TAKK notice that Oeorge Blatchford
of Vnncouvor. nccupation engineer. Inteneis tn apply for permission tn purclmse the followin? describee! lanels
Commencing at a poat planted on the
N.E. bnnk nf the I'inlay rtvar, about 15
mllea upstream from Fort Oraham ont
three tulles east, marked G. B.'8 N.Wr.
enrner, thence enst SO Chaini ' fl' •'
south 80 chains, thence west 10 chairs,
thence nnrth BO chains t.i point of commencement,  containing  640- acres,   mor-.'
OEOROE BLATCHFORP.
JOHN MncDONF.l.L. Agent
Pnteel 22nd .Tilly, 1913. 	
Tort Oeorre tan . Dittrict.   Diatrlct of
Peace Rlrer.
TAKK notice that Jamea W. Flaherty
e.f Vancouver, occupation superlnteii.lont.
Intends tn apply for permission to purchase the fnlleiwlng detcribed lands:   •
r.emmejieln . at a post planted on the
X.K. bank nf the Kinlay river, about 16
mlles upstream from Port g<*£ain aga
four mibs east, matted J.-w, F.ii «•«•
eorner, thence east SO chains thence
aouth SO chains, thenee west SO ',h»'"s'
thence north 80 chnins to point of commencement,  containing  »«  acres,   more
0rU88' IAMBS  W,  FLAHERTY
JOHN MucDONBLLi Agent.
Dated 22nd July, IM*'
•FOR CLEAN SPORT GO TO
THE BON TON
Bowling Alleys
Our standard Brunswick-Balke Alleys
afto:d the Delightful sport of Bowling.
LADIES' DAY.
Tuesdays ?nd Fridays,  between 2 and
5, the Alleys are reserved for Ladies.
SOFT DRINKS... CONFECTIONERY
JERGENSON & ROY
J^A. Manahan & Co.
Signs and
Decorating
Central Avenue      -      FortGeorge
J. F. CAMPBELL
CIVIL ENGINEER
arltlah  Columbia  Land  Surveyor
Land Agent       Timber Crnlaor
Representing GORE & MCGREGOR, Limited
McGregor Building. Third 8treet, SOUTH
FORT GEORGE. B. C.
E. L. WRIGHT
Sheet Metal Worker and Tinsmith
Furnaces Installed at Reasonable Rates.
I have a line of Hilburn (Wood) Hot Air Furnaces;
also a nice line of Embossed Steel Ceilings on hand.
Central Avenue, Fort George
P.O.
Box 60
^EMPRESS HOTEL
Corner Fourth and Hamilton       -       Sonth Fort George, B. C.
A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE HOTEL.
On American Plan. Rates on Application.
Bright and comfortable  rooms  and
suites at the Empress.
G. WARCUP
Proprietor
V
Build Yourself a Home
The advances made by the building trade in this city are In conformity with the generally
improved facilities of supply. It is now possible to secure every requisite here for tlie building of a modern, up-to-date home at reasonable prices. I can design and build your future
home to suit your ideas.   LET US TALK IT OVER. OR WRITE
BREWSTER AND PELHAM
P.O. Box 17. South Fort George. B.C.
Capital Paid Up:
111,560.000
Capital Authoruod:
(26,000,000
Reaerve and Undivided Proftta:
113,170.219
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated 1869.
-WITH WHICH IS UNITED-
The Traders Bank of Canada
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Head Oflice
Fort George nranch,
D. MURRAY, Manager
Montreal
South Fort Ocorjre Rranch
..C,SGAHAN, Manage
Tort Oeorge Land Dletrlot. Dlitrlct of
Peace River.
TAKB notice that William Chamber-
Hin of Vancouver, oooupatlon laborer,
mends id apply for pormisslon to purchase the following described landsi
Commencing nt a peim plimtoel een thi.
\M . lmnk nf iho Finlay river, about IB
niles upstream trom Porl Qraham nmi
iVi mill-i oust, marked w. Ci N.W.
oorner, thence onst so ohalna. tiience
south  80 ohnlns,  thence west SO ohalna.
thencc north so chains to point of commencement, containing 640 ncres, more
ir loss.
WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated :ir,t July, i!>is.
rort Oeorge Jiand BlBtric t.   District of
Peace Biver.
TAKK notice that Hugh Smith Main
of Vancouver, B occupntion teamster,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following describod lnnds:
Commencing at a post planted on the
X.K. hank of the Finlny river, nhout 19
miles upstream from Port Graham end
oVi miles east, marked II. S. M.'s N.W.
corner, thence east 80 chnins, thence
south 80 chains, thencc west 80 chains,
llience north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres, more
or less.
HUGH SMITH MAIN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated 21st July, 1919.
rort Oeorge Land District.    Distriot of
Fe.ire River.
takk noiioo umt Charles iv Westlsy
of Vancouver, occupation logger. Intenda
iii apply for permission to purchase tin
following desciIbed landa:
Commencing at a peist planted on the
\ r; bank of the Finlay river, about 17
iniles upstream from Fort Oraham ainl
.me mile east, marked C. B. W's N.W.
cornel thenci easl 80 ohnlns. thenoe
soutii SO chains I ence west so chains,
thence nortl   80 chains to point of com-
mene-intent, i i I In'nlng 640 acres, more
<ir less.
CHAR1 l's   B.   WFSTLET.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st Julv, 1913.
Port Oeorge I.und Distriot.   Distriot of
Peace River.
TAKK notiee thnl Thomas Adam Anderson of Vancouver, occupation carpenter, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the followin,. ilescribed lands:
Commencing al a post planted on the
_ ,E, bank of the Finlay river, about 17
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
two miles ensl, marked T. A. A.'s N.W.
corner, fhence east so chains, thence
iouth 80 chains, thence west 80 chains.
thence north 80 chnins to point of common, e ment, containing 640 noros, more
or leas.
THOMAS A11\M ANDKRSON.
JOHN MaoDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st July, 1913.
''il  tre ..... ii  is   ueneveu  me  minister  ui  iu-i- -    -—.   -
.,, .... .to   point   of   commencement,
tenor will Beek furtner information 14i0 acreg( more or ltSH
on the different districts before
bringing down the new regulations.
No statement was given by the
delegates at the conclusion of the
conferences, both of which were
private in nature and not open to the
press.
Grand TrunK raonic win m ""•-« •inaugurate a passenger aud freight
ficrvica into Fort George. February 1
is the date mentioned for ths opening of the service.
At the preseut time trains are
running as far as .vile 190, this side
of the third crossing of the Fraa»r.
First-class cars run as far hi MsBride
and colonist cars from that point to
Mile 190, With the completion of
the road to the divisional noint here,
the railway company will be able to
open the division from McBride to
Fort George to regular traffic. It is
said that an effort will be made to
provide a daily passenger train ser-
vice from the outset. NOTICE OF MS8ULUTIOX
A summary of the present railroad PARTNERSHIP
service    from    Edmonton    to    Fort      NOTICE is h«reby given that the
i      i_.„ feernichod hv I   M   Partntrthip heretofore subsisting be
George has been furnished by J. M.   t ^ underilgnedi ftg Real
Healey, who recently arrivea Irom BftaU)    Flnanclai    and    Insurance
Calgary, .genti, in the towns of Fort George
The train leaves Edmonton daily ]an(j South Forf George, has thiB day
and as far as Jasper a , been dissolved   by   mutual   consent.
containing
Vancouver, Jan. 24.—(Special.) —
The Supreme court this morning
ordered the Grand Trunk Pacific to
put up security of $7,000 in order
to get a warrant for a right-of-way
one hundred feet wide across a
quarter section outside of Fort
George, owned by Margaret Hammond, Lot 2400, Cariboo district.
Jasper is reaeh-
. All debts owing to the said Partner-
at 10.45 p.m.,
sleeper is attached.    Jasper is *._._■■1gWp   &re    tQ    be   paid    t0    Edward
ed at 8 o'clock in 'he morning, audi Roberts, at Fort George,  aforesaid,
breakfast way be obtained there Inland all claims against the said par-
the  s'. ith o  restaurant.    The
leaves Jasper at  8,20  for McBride, I game will be lettled
the first divisional  point in  British
Columbia, 90 mles from the Alberta
JAMES KELLEY.
JOHN MacDONKLL, Agent.
Hated 23rd July, 1913.
Fort Qaorg. Land Diatrlct.    Diatrlct ot
feace Xlrer.
TAKE notice that Michael Patrick
Ryan of Vancouver, occupation engineer, intenda to apply for pennleaion
to purchase the following deacrlbed
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
S.F.. bank of the Finlay river, about I
miUs upstream from Fort Oraham and
one mile east, marked M. P. R.'b N.W.
corner, thence east SO chain*, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chaina,
tlicnce north SO chaina to point of commencement,  containing  640  acres,  more
MICHAEL PATRICK RTAN.
JOHN MacDONKLL, Agent.
Pnte.1 ?3r.l July, HU.	
rort Oeorge Land Dietrict.    District ot
Peace BWer.
TAKE notice that John Cerr of Vancouver, occupation logger, Intende to
apply for permission to purchase the
north SO chains to point of com mence-
following described lande:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of thc Finlay river, about J
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
two miles east, marked J. C.'s N.W. corner, thence east 80 chains, thence south
SO chains, thence wtst SO chains, thence
north SO chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or lest.
JOHN CERR.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 2Srd July, 1SM3.
nerihip  are  to  be presented  to  the
tram   said Edward Roberts, by  whom the
boundary line. Between Jaspsr aad
McBride at present first-class cars
are in service.
McBride is reached shortly afUr 2
o'clock in the afternoon, and tk.r. it
is necessary to wait overnight.
McBride is the typical end of steel
DATED    at    Fort    George,    this
nineteenth day of January, 1914,
(Signed)
EDWARD ROBERTS,
E. E. JONES,
A. J. S. WILLSON.
Fort George Land District.    District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Patrick Banon
of New Westminster, B. C, occupation,  Storekeeper,  intends to  apply
town, with a number of restaurants  for permission to purchase the tol-
,. . , ! lowing described lands:
and bunkhouaes. ' omfortable beds j Commencing at a post planted
may be obtained in a large canvas- ; about one mile east of the east bank
roofed bunkhouse, whose tiny r>™\{^™%^jX^_
are partitioned off with walls IU_ tr ! e.p_ B >f g w rjon)er"; thence east
six feet high. Thers is also a Tary i 10 chains; thence north 80 chains;
. .    ..    , , thenc. west SO chains: thence south
good restaurant in the town. . J0 chaiQg tQ pQint Q, commeDCement;
The train, with colonist cars this  containing C40 acres, more or less.
PATRICK BANON, Applicant.
,,    , JOHN MacDONELL, Agent,
morning.   When Mr. Healey came in ,july 1-tj1| uu.
last  week   there  was  a  trlan  every i	
time, leaves McBridt at 1...  in the
Port Oeorge Land District.    District tf
Ptace aiTer.
TAKE notice that Charles Werner of
Vancouver, occuiiation timber faller, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described laads:
Commencing at a poBt planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about I
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
three mlles east, marked C. W.'s N.W.
corner, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 10 ehaint,
thencc north SO chains to point of eommencement, containing 140 acres, more
or less.
CHARLES WERNER.
JOHN MacDONELL, Afett.
Dated 23rd July, Hit.
second day only.   Mile 190, Just this  Fort George Land District,
side of the bridge over the Fraser I of Peace River
river, was the end of passenger ser-
District
TAKE notice that Elwood Clark-
son of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
ice    At that point there was noth-  Barber, intends to apply for permis-
ing   but   a  restaurant,   but  several  sion  to  purchase the following  de-
, scribed lands:
bunkhouaes were in course   of  con-,    Commencing at a po9t planted on
Btructlon.    Mile 190 was reached at ithe east bank of the Finlay  River
2 o'clock in the afternoon. jaboutu   Iort>'"tw°    mi1<!s Jr°?    *ts
mouth, marked "E. C.'s S. W. Cor-
From that point a passenger must ner„. thence east 80 chains; thence
wait until he can catch a work train j north 80 chains; thence west 80
pftlling out for the west. j chains;   thence  south  80  chains  to
v" ""6   u    u i point of commencement, containing
Travelling  east,  the  train  leaves I 640 acres, more or less.
Mile 190 at 3.30 in the afternoon,!     ELWOOD CLARKSON, Applicant.
,.      „ _ ..    ...     ...   „,   «      JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
reaching McBride that night   at   9 ,j.    j,[h   1813
o'clock.   There is a wait at McBride : '	
until 3.50 o'clock the following day \ Fort Oeorge Land District.    District
when the train leaves for Jasper and j of Peace River
TAKE notice that Edward G. Carl-
hdmonton. ! gon of Vancouver, B. O, occupation,
"Coming to Fort George we had ' Machinist, intends to apply for per-
some   unpleasant   experiences  after, mission to purchase the following de-
I scribed lands:
leaving 190," says Mr. Healey.   "We;     Commencing at a post planted on
Btarted out at 7 o'clock in the evening j the east bank of the Finlay River,
,u      1 . 1  . about  forty  miles  from  its mouth,
m the caboose of a work train, warm ; ^Ui „g Q   c ,, g   w   Corner...'
Pretty soon, however, Ue | thence eait 80 chains; thence north
wai  80 chains;   thence west 80 chains;
.     ,    .       1   ■     1 , v   ,  thence touth 80 chains to point of
hitched on behind, and then we had  commencement, contafning 640 acres
to move out of the caboose to a koxlmore or less.
car.    At  Mile  212  they  sidetracked'   ?J.T?'A2.D SoS__?tLS9N' ^PPl-cant.
„  ,     I  JOHN MacDONELL, Agent,
tie box car and we were compelled to . ruiy 17th   1918.
move to a flat. car.    About 1 o'clock
and coBy.
superintendent's
Fort O-orrt Lui Dlitriot.    Distriet tf
Ptace Blrtc.
TAKE notice that Michael McDonald
of Vancouver, occupation logger, Intenda
to apply for permission to purchaie the
following described landt:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about I
upstream from Fort Graham and four
miles east, marked M. McD.'s N.W. eorner, thence east 80 chains, thenct touth
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thenee
north SO chains to point of commencement, containing 840 acres, more or less.
MirHAEL McDONALD.
JOHN MacDONELL, AgtBt.
Dated 23rd July, 1913.
Tort Ctterft Land Dittrict.    District tf
Ptact BiTM.
TAKE notice that Joe Browen of Vancouver, occupation logger, intendi to apply for permission to purchaae tht f*l-
lowing described lands:
Comnieneing at n post planttd on the
N.E. bank of yie Finlay river, about »
upstream from Fort Oraham and four
miles east, marked J. B.'s S.W. corner
thence east SO chains, thence north 10
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
snuth 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 ocres, more or lesi.
JOE BROWEN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dnted 2Srd Julv, 1813.
Fort Oeorge Land Diltrict.    District tf
Ftace BiTer,
TAKE notice that Daniel F. Campbell
of Vancouver, occupation logger. Intends
to apply for permission to purchaie the
following doscribed landi:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about I
upstream from Fort Graham and three
miles east, marked D. F. Cl S.W, earner, thence east 80 chaini, thence north
SO chains, thence west 80 chaini, thence
south SO ohains to point of commtnit-
ment, containing 840 acret, more or lets
DANIEL F. CAMPBELL,
JOHN MacDONELL* Agent
Doted 23rd July, llll.
**_?
We have been appointed exclusive selling
agents for that position of the G T P
townsite, PRINCE GEORGE, lying east
of Connaught Park and south of Patricia
Avenue. This is the choicest business
and residential part of the townsite, being high and level; all cleared; part of
the streets graded, the balance of grading to be completed in the early spring,
For prices and terms write or wire
WESLEY &
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
__J
W. GOLDELOOM
Manufacturer and Importer
Just returned with large stock of
Ladies' Dresses and Skirts
in the very latest fashions.
Big assortment of LADIES' FUR COATS.
See his large display of
Diamonds and Diamond-set
Jewelry.
HUB STORE
TEEPORARY AT THE
Opposite Empress Hotel
1 :iat Friday morning the train stopped, and we were informed Uut it
would not move again until intra-
ing. We were about 14 miles frtm
Fort George, so we decided to walk r
tlie real o£ the way, and wa ilii, arriving here at 7 o'clock Friday
morning We hadn't kad anything
In eal since 2 30 the day before so
SOU maj be sure we wore both sold
and hungry."
When Mr Healey came ln the railroad company was selling tickets
only as far as Mile 14 5.
Tor. •♦org* _.___ Disttict.    District of
Tiki River.
TAKE notice* that Lauchlan McLeod
of "•■.(•ouvtr, occupation hotel clerk, Inten ^oply for permlBBlon to pur-
rht.ni   . "Uowing  describee]  lands:
f'omm ^iuft at a post planted on the
N.E. banh of the I'inlay river, about 11
lies -uteBtream freem Fort Graliam,
nearVreel I,. MrL.'s N'.W. corner, thenre'
"a. t SO chain*, thenre pnuth 80 rhalns,
thenre west 20 rhalns. more or lcsn, to
e-lver. thenre followin,. the course of
rlvrr to point of commencement, containing; 4.0 acres, more or less.
LAUCHLAN MeLEOD
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 23rd July, 1918.
r.
TIM'.
JS OPPOSED
TO OPEN LEASES
Re-
Delegatlon   Wails  on  Minister
nanliiie.    Cancellation    .t
Grazing Land
Ottawa, Jan 16.—The majority of
the members of the Alberta delegation remained in the capital yesterday and occupied places In the galleries at the opening of parliament.
Their work has been completed and
they will disperse for the most part
today. Yesterday a deputation representing the livestock association of
Alberta obtained audience with Hon.
Dr. Roche and presented their viewt
on the question of graaing leases.
They opposed open leases subject to
Tort Otorft Land Diatrlct.    Dlitrlct ot
»•«-• *lT<r.
TAKB nolice that Hartford B. Soeley
of Vancouver, uccupaliun miner, Intends
lo apply fur permission to purchase the
following described  lands:
Commencing at a pust planted on the
N.E, bank of the Finlny river, about 11
-r,lles upstream from Port Graham and
one mile east, marked II. B. S.'s N.W.
cornier, thence east $0 ehalns, thenct
Bouth 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chainB to point of commencement, containing 640 acret, more
or l.nu.
HAIITFO. D B. . WILEY.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent,
"ated "3rd July, 191S.
Tort Otorrt l_n4 District.    District of
Ptact Xlvef.
TAKE notice that John Noyes of Vaneouver, occupation miner, Intends to apply for permission lo purchase the followine. described lands:
Commencing at a post planteei on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, ubout 11
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
twee miles east, marked J. N.'s N.W. corner, thence east 80 chains, south 80
chains, thence west SO ehnins, thence
north SO chains to point of commencemtnt, eontaining 840 acres, more or less.
JOHN NOYES,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dattd 2li■<! July, HUS.
Tort Otorgt land Dittrict.    Mstrltt tf
Ft_ot mivt*.
TAKE notice that Jamet J. Loudon tf
Vancouver, occupation lefejer, inttndt tt
applv for permlstlon to purthats tht
following described Unfit:
Commencing at ■ post planttd ot tli*
N.E. bank of the Finlay rivtr, about I
upstream from Fort Graham and two
miles east, marked J. J. L.'t B.W. etrttr,
thence east 80 chains, thenee north 10
chains, thencc west JO chains, thtnee
south 80 chnins to point of commtnet-
ment, containing «40 acrcs, mort or lets.
JAMES J. LOUDON.
JOHN MacDONELL, Aftlt.
nnt"d 23rd July, lilt.
Fort Otorgt Laad Dlitriot    Distritt tf
Ptact BlTtt.
TAKE notice that Malcolm Jamet
Morrow of Vancouver, occupation logftr.
Inteneis to apply for permission to purchase  the feellrewlng described landt:
Commencing at a post planttd on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about I
miles upstream from Fort Graham and 1
mile east, marked M. J. M.'s S.W. corntr,
thenre east 80 chains, thencc north II
rhnins. thence west 80 chalnt, thenc*
south 80 ehalriB to point of commencement, containing 140 acres, more or less
MALCOLM JAMES MORROW.
JOHN MacDONELL, Aftnt.
i'tit-l 28rd July, 191J.
Port Otorgt Land Distritt.    Dlttrtet tf
'   Ptact BItu,
TAKE notice that Hugh Murray of
Vancouver, occupntion teamster, Inunfil
to anply for permission to purchait th*
following described lands:
.ommenelng at a post planted on the
N.E. bank ,pf the Finlay river, about I
miles upstrenm from Fort Graham,
marked H. M.'s S.W. corner, thence tatt
10 chains, thence north 80 chaini, thence
west 89 chalnt, thence touth 10 chaini
lo point of commencement, containing
C lu acres, mora or less.
HHQH MUT?RAT.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agtnt.
Pated 28rd July, 1911.
Port Otorgt Land District.    Diltrict of
Pta«t Blvtt.
TAKE notice that Frank Clayburn of
Vancouver, occupation tinsmith, intenda
to apply for permission to purchatt tbt
following described lands:
Commencing at a poBt planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about I
miles upstream from Fort Graham,
mnrked F. C.'s S.E. corner, thence north
10 chnins, thence west 20 chains, mort
or less, to the river, thence following
the course of the river tn point of commencement, containing 110 acret, mort
or less,
ERA, .K CI.ATBUBN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agtnt,
Dated 23rd July, IIU.
FARM LAND
IN THE
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT
NECHACO VALLEY
Carefully selected land at reasonable
prices and on long terms.   We own
every acre we offer for sale, and can
give guaranteed title.
R. R. WALKER, Resident Agent of the North
Cowt Und Co., Ltd.   .   South Fort George, B.C.
North Coast Land Co. Ltd
fieaeral
t •!• to «M MetraiMlltoB KM<mVanconvtr, 9.C
ImIiiOImi   • ©Id Jewry.
PAD-UP CAPITAI* fl,«M.Mt.
»«rt ••• igt XsuU MiMtt   Blstrlet tf
>f n auti.
TAXC toilet that Frttman William
Ftrfut .* tf Tantouvtr, otcapttlon ctm-
mti-lal trtvtlltr, lit*nds to apply ftr
permtsslta tt purthatt tht fallowing dt-
s«rlkt< laadt:
Ctmmtnrint at a pott platttd on thc
N.E. bank tf tht Finlay rivtr, aktut 11
mil** upitrttm frtm I'.rt Uriham and
thre* ml!** tast, marktd *'. VV. P.'t N.W.
corntr, Ihcnce cast IS ehaint, thenct
louth I* ehaint ,thtnet w»st JO chalnt,
thtnet north lu ehtlnt to point ef com-
mincemiBt, tontaining ItO acroa, mtrt
or Ictt.
mKKMAK  WILLIAM FERGUSON.
JOHN MacDONKLL, Agtnt.
I '*t.4 »r« July, 1114,
_n. f-Mf* &m4 »ltt»io .    Slltrtet of
VMM BlVtt
TAKI atttct that Charltt J. Eggley
of Tancttvtr, B. C, occupation con-
struttlon fortman, lnttndt tt apply for
PtrmltiloB to purchatt tht following
d«tcriktd landt:
Ctmmtnting at a pott planttd on the
N.X. bank ef tht Finlay rivtr, about 11
mil** upttriam frem Fort Oraham and
four mil** *a*t, marktd C. J. K't N.W.
ctrntr, th*n** eatt It chalnt. thenct
touth 10 chaina, then** w*tt 10 tlialnt.
thtnet Birth II chaiai to point tf ttm-
tntnetmant, tonUlnlag %i. aertt, mtrt
or Ittt.
CHARLEi J. EG GLUT.
JOHN MacDONNElX, Ag*nt.
Datat llrd __lj, llll.
»*i» 9—_t• **_-. Mttilct.    Slitrlct of
fmi Blrtf.
TAXX «etUt tbat Buncan McGilllvary
of Vancouvtr, S, C, eceupation loggtr,
InUnd* t* apply for permission to purchas* th* following described lands:
Utauatntlag at • pott planttd •» tat
N.K. bank of th. Finlay rIver, rtout lj
miles upitream frem Fort a»"rN,#,
tlvi mllei east, marks. D. J» ,
corner, thenc* eust -0 c-""''"; chaina.
south 10 chain*, th.nc. »';•.' . f„m,
thenct north S» chain* to polo • ,
inencement,   containing  tm *t",•
" U" DUNCAN  UogftUV^
JOHN MacDONKLJ* *•
Dnted 23rd July, lilt.	
rort <hoi|« feu »jj«jt mtM"t
TAKE notlc^»y Ke.r«.y -
Vancouver,   occupution
ook.
apply   for .p.rmftiiqn  to">ur«lt»««
thi
following described l«U,:nll,nt,,j on iff
Commencing at a POS   • V*,',   about I1
Hill eneej   '. ,.,',„  ,!,.!■   »»»»'   ,
^^ankf£^.fFlnlaFyoi^hm^
Kth.niM^
_v.r_    u*inv  wa   »>*-   - --■   -
miles upstream from 1
dv* mile* east, rnnrked^
JOHN MaoPONBW**1
Dattd 23rd July, l»l».
PUtrtetrf
•f
■ftr* Qtorgt land Dl»tri.c,
TAKE notic* tha
Vancouver,   occupation   niat
mmltl'i
N.E, bank of »\_^%tt_n^S^i
miles upstream f" '     "; ,■ ■ »»5
st, markeel r. > jord'
hair*. .'",f.!„  j|,iM«
tend! to apply  for FJ£!Z_tf\tD_*'-
,aie tht following dMO"".
Commencing a
,E. bank of
Iles upstres
i-Hrthlnc'tl-t SO chain.. ;..•■,--,„£
80 chain*, thenc* west 30 Pnf»cedlintf»
south 10 cha Us to ^"VmoreorW*
rn.nl, containing «« •"g, ^oWBB
JOHNMacUONEtU
Datad llrd July, IW»-
II     P.O. BOX Uj
■ Iii.''
lit '■
• Me oi tne legisiaiu..
From  these  it  appears
revenue of the province
",8 112 510,215.08, and
eaditure J15.412.322.02,
iaee of expenditure over
$^0 2,106.9 4.    The rev-
."' previous fiscal yeajr
cb 31, 1912, was .10,'-
and the eipediture |ll,-
the more important
Income are land sales,
52! timber royalty and
457,129.37; registry fees
real property tax $459,-
- '.and tax $546,087.20;
tax on coal $302,225.35;
$280,302.88.
tax yielded for the year
..s   is  an   item   which
ain appear in the public
Firitish  Columbia,  this
pedes of taxation having
!t. - by th? 1 violation last
mpensation for this log*
.-.   nerhnpJ, be found III
siirufl  lefive . by tne
:   the T.eratlon of the
ction Act, from which
received during the fiscal
iliseussion  was  $1,723,-
, province's share of the
id tax for the year end-
31,  1010, was $365,200.
ng year  it rose  to  $1,-
ir the year ending March
it    was    $1,432,««0.94,
•hith li »Ja 'I   exceeded   by   about
.jUfifitin [or the year ending Marck
11,1'18
In 'hi way of expenditure the
lirKlt ltermi are Roads:, itreeti,
I'idiei »ud wharves $4,790,461.24;
„rki ani buildings »2,«15,« 41.60;
ijnrin.tratlon of justlc* $481.-
)e)6;»»; hoipltala and char.ties,
S95,$69-'i: llJ spitals for the ln-
hm IH' 710.18. The expenditure
cl 13,912 lit.68 is lumped in the
oompiratlTe itatement under the
bead of miscellaneous
Tht total liabilities of the proving k. (I15.08S,840.79, and the
balaac* .'. labilities over assets.
$l,gie, .28 12,
source.
$2,344.
licenses
•712,25
610.4
royalt)
icomi
The
$360,66
»-;l! ac
account
particul
been at
»»kra
pro' .   •
Chinese
the amoui
year und
590 JO.
Chinese I
Ins Marcl
The (olio
OS .,000
11. 1?1!
ue naanciany
independent, one had better remain
where environments are more de_
sirable.
Pert Ocoiy* Jiand District.    District of
P*ac* Biver.
TAKE notice that William Morrill of
Vancouver, BC, occupation locomotive
engineer Intends to a[jply for permission
to   purchaie    the   following   deacrlbed
Commencing at a post planted on the
.V. h. bank of the Unlay river _v,out 21
miles upstream from Port Oreham an.J
3 1-4 miles east, marked W M 'a .\- \y
corner. tht-nce east 80 chaina thence
south 80 chaina, thence west su chains
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more
or lest.
WILLIAM MORRILL,
JOHX MaoDONELL  Agent
Dated 20th July, 1913.
Port Otorgt Zand District.    District of
Ptace Biver.
TAKE notice that Georce Hamilton of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation bricklayer
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following descrlbeel lands-
Commencing at a post plantcd on fh«
N. E. bank of the Finluy rher about il
miUs upstream from Fort Graham a nel
4 1-4 miles east, marked G. II.'s X. w
corner, thence east SO chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west So ehalns,
thence north 80 chains, to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or
less.
GEORGK HAMILTON-.
JOHX MacDOXELL. Ag»nt
D»ted  :0th July.  1913.
JOSEPH KKSSIER.
JOHX MacDONKLL. Agent,
Dated 2«th July.  1913.
Port Oeorre Land District.    District of
Ptace Biver.
TAKE notice that Wilfred M. Rutherford of Vancouver, occupation salesman,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
''ommenelng at a post planted on the
X.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 15
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
two miles east, marked W. M. R.'s S.W.
corner, thence east 80 chains, thence
north SO ehains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more
or less.
WILFRED  M.   RUTHERFORD.
JOHX MacDOXELL, Agent.
Dated 22nd July, 1913.
Port Oeorge Land District.    District of
P*ac* River.
TAKE notice that Harry N. Chenier
of Vancouver, occupation painter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following descriheil lands:
Commencing at a post planteei on the
X.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 15
miles upstream from Fort Graham anil
one mile east, marked H. X. C.'s S.W.
corner, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 610 acres, more
or less.
HARRV X. CHENIER,
JOHX MacDOXELL, Agent.
Dated 22nd July, 1913.
Port Otoqrt Land Diltrict.    Diltrict of
Ptact Biv«r.
TAKE notice that Thomas Thompsor,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation clerk,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N. E. bank of the Finlay river about 21
miles upstream from Fort Graham, anel
4 1-4 mlet east, marked T, T.'s S. W.
corner, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 10 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 6*0 acres mor* or
1*1*.
THOMAS THOMPSON.
JOHN MacDOXELL, A»*nt
D»t*d  20th July.   1913.
AGREEMENT WITH AUSTRALIA
Birect Exchange of Parcels N'ow Poe-
dele nt Reduced Hates of Postage uf IS Cents Per Lb.
Ottawa. Jan 12.—Hon. L. P.
Pe!le;:«r. [ ...aster-general of Canada, has entered into a new agree-
csr.t v.:::-. the fovernment of Austral:* :'.: the direct exchange of
parcel? under which the present rate
o! 24 cents a found up to 11 pounds
either way Is reduced after the first
pound tu 12 cents a pound. The reduced rate took effect January 1,
1911.
It will be a decided Improvement
on the previous rate and will no
douht lead to an increase in the
volume of the parcel post business
Wl-itn the two countries.
I HEIR TO  MILLIONS
DIES   IN
ALASKA
Seattle, Jan. 15.—Mall advices
from Chliana, Alaska, the new fold
W. ia>» that John Johnson, a
joiini man reraised as a most like-
»Me and genial fellow, was caught
la I inowilide and suffocated on the
middle fork of the White River country, thlt tide of Russell Glacier, on
">« *»? to the camp from McCarthy.
the news u jated December 7,
J" dramatic feature of the accident vst the fact that a letter had
*rriTed In the meantime for the
Win* man with the news that his
irandmother had died, leaving $7,-
.000 to the heirs, of which he
«• 01le. and asking for hii power
" attorney l0 that the „tate could
»e settled. This letter, of course,
»»i never seen hy Johnson, who died
Wore the Dews could reach him.
..., *a» ii!»o a most affecting let-
tan 7 T,tlrl'"IdaUo' »robab>yhl«
•lie I   t      >UU"g maD'* Pe°Ple re"
">e camp t
the scene, •
It on to u.t
Ooor." u8 !irrived from McCarthy.
carrw ■'• wh0 acted   ai   mail
and III W:'8 >!x day» °n  ^e  road.
i   T' " mie tr'P'   Pa" ot the
«on -class m,tl  |g at hand.    The
«__r! ., Uo way' brought by an-
ol i IT""'' Thla l8 tb« *lr»' bunch
tinamp     "  ma"   brou8ht   lnt0
l1«SwS(>k0i,,ei t0arrIvelncamp
|l»i  v_n        U ls a ,ma11 proepect-
h«»i  nd..*,.'•'hUng   about   400
lc««s»ii.r ' Property of David
l^'.m, V'11 known  mlner of
ht InL   " fact that Le >■ 8tart-
|l»co„IZ'7enlt *°* In thi. region
try   i. ,  a ;i LiK boost for the coun-
130.000 I ""mat«d   that   at   least
ln't slnr. .,     of horBe, have been
«rtoff  aiu . "I" ot Ju,y  on  ^e
When news reached
• recorder travelled to
and the body and sent
irthy.
loi
harlo
I Thi,
•Incl
ur,'';n'lln« to the digging.
U("« those which hate died
Tort ttoift !■*._ DittrltS.    Sittrlet tf
Vtae* Birtr.
TAKE note* that Wlllltm Mlllt *f
Vancouver, B. C, eccup&tloa lo(f*r, lt-
terui* lo »pply for permi«sion to pur-
cha»e th* following dtscribtd land*:
Commencing it a post planted »n ths
X. E. bank of th* Finlay river about 21
milt* upstr*am from Fort Graham, and
1 1-4 mii«. salt, marked W. M '» S. W.
corner, thenc* *a»t SO chain*, th»nce
north 10 chains, thence west SO chains,
thence south SO chains to point of com-
menctmsnt containing (40 acrss mor* gi
l**t.
WILLIAM HILLS.
JOHN MacDONELL, Ag*r,t.
Dated  20th July,  1913. 	
rort Gtorg-  Land Dittrict.    Dlitrlct of
Pete* Biver.
TAKE nolle* that David Fields, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation logger, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tl'.e  following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on tne
N*. E. bank of the Finlay river about 21
miles upstream  from Fort Graham, and
2 1-4 miles east, marked D. F.'s S. W,
corner, thence east SO chains, thence
nortii SO chains, thence west SO chains,
th«nce south SO chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
DAVID FIELDS.
JOHN MacDONELL. Agent.
Dateej  20th July, 1913	
Fort Otorg-i Land Dittrict.    Diltrict of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that Peter Jacobson of
Vancouvtr, B. C occupation broker, intend* to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N. E. bank of the Finlay river about 21
mile* upstream from Fort Graliam, and
1 1-4 miles east, marked P. J.'s S. VT.
corner, thence east SO chains. th*nce
north 10 chains, thence west SO chains,
thence «outh SO chains to point of commencement, containing 140 acres, mere
or 1***.
•"PF.TER JACOBSON.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agtnt.
P*ted  20th  July,  191J.
Port George Lind Diatrict.    Di»trict of
P*ace Biver.
T. KE notice that Frank Charles N'or-
i beck  of  Vancouver,   occupation   hroker.
i Intends  to applv  f.,r  p.-rmifisie-en  to pur-
I chase the following described lands:
Commencing at n post planteei on the
i N.E bank of the Finlay river, aboe.t 15
, milcs uptfre&m from Fort Graham,
; markeel F C, N.'s S.W. corner, thence
e east 80 chains, thence north north 80
! chains, thence west SO chains, thence
; south 80 chains to point of commence-
i ment. containing 51'". acrei, more or less.
FRANK  CHARI.KS  NORBECK
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
! Dated ?2nd July, 191.1.
Port Oeorge Land District.    Diltrict of
Place Biver.
TAKE  notice    that   George   Nash  of
: Vancouver,   B.  C,  occupation   tailor,   ln-
. tends  to  apply  for  permission   to  purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planteei on the
! N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 15Vi
| miles  upstream  frnm   Fort Graham ami
marked G. N.'s S.K. corner, thence north
40 chains,  thence west  SO chains, more
or  less,   to   the   river,   thence   following
| the course of the river to point of com-
| mencement,  containing  220  acres,  more
! or less.
JOHN MacDONELL. Aeent.
GEORGE NASH,
j Dated 22nd Julv, 1912.
Dated 21 st
! Port Qeorge Land Diltrict.    Diltrict of
Feace Biver.
TAKE notice that John P. Smith of
Vancouver. B. C, occupation bricklayer,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 17
miles upstream from Fort Graham,
marked J. P. S.'s N VT. corner, thence
east 80 chains, tbence south 80 chains,
thence west SO chains, more or less, to
the river, thence following the course
of the river to point of commencement.
I containing 610 acres, more or less.
JOHN P   SMITH.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
I Dated 21st July, 1913.	
> Port Oeorge Land Dittrict.    Dittrict of
Ptace Biver.
TAKE notice that Charles Cahalin of
Vancouver,   occupation   laborer,   Intends
, to apply for permission to purchase the
, following ilescribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
I X.E   bank of the Finlay river, about 11
miles upstream  from Fort Graham and
one mile east,  marked C. C.'s S.W. corner,  thence east SO chains,  thence north
SO chains, thence west SO chains, thence
louth  SO chains  to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
CHARLES CAHALIN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated !Srd Julv, 1913.	
Fart Otorgt Land Diltrict. Dlitrlct tf
Ftact Biver.
TAKE notce that Charles Georg* Mul-
ler of Vancouver, B. C. occupation merchant, Intend* to apply for permiision to
purchase the  following described land*:
Commencing *t a post planted on th*
N'. E. bank of the Finlay river about !1
mile* upstream from Fort Grabars »nd
1-4 mile ea»t. marked C. G. M.'» 8. W.
corner, thence east 10 chain*, thenc*
north 10 chain*, thenc* we«t SO ch»ln*.
th«nc* south 80 chain* tn point of commencement containing J40 acre* mor* or
CHARLES OEOROE MULt.BR.
JOHN MtcDONELL, Ag*Bt.
Dated  10th July,  1911.	
Ftrt Ctorfft Land Diltrict.   Diatrlct tf
Fteet Blvtr.
TAKE notice that Jehn Bow*s of Vancouver, B. C, occupation t**m*ter, Intend* to apply for perml»*lon to pur-
ch»s*  the following d**crlb»rt land*:
Commencing at a po»t planted on th*
N. E. bank of tht Finlay rlv*r Xbout 21
mile* upstream from Fort Graham and
marked J. B.'» S. W. corn*r, thenc* eatt
20 chains, thence north SO chain*, thence
west 80 chain* more nr le*s to th* rivtr.
thtnee following th* cour** of the rivtr
tn point of commencement, containing
410 »cr»* mort or less
JOHN BOWES.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated 20th Julv, 1»13.	
rort Oeorg* Land Dietrict.    Dittrict of
Ptaca Biver.
TAKE notice tiiat Patrick James Mc-
Govern of Vancouver, R. C„ occupation
teamster, Inteneis to apply for permission to purchase the following described
land*:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, aboul 19
miles upstream from Fort Graham nnil
1 _ miles east, markod P. J. McG.'s S.W.
corner, thence east SO chains, thence
north SO chains, thence west SO chains,
thence south SO chains to point of cummencement,   containing   640  acres,   more
"PATRICK JAMES McGOVERN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 21st Julv, 1913.	
Port ••org* Land Dlitrlct.    Diltrict of
Ftact Blvtr.
TAKE   notice   that   Thomas   Doyle   of
Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation   teamster,
, Intend* to apply  for permission to pui-
'c!,*** the following deicribtd lands:
Commencing at a  post planteei on  the
NE   bank of the Finlay river, about  19
mile*  up*tr*am   from   Fort  Qraham ami
] ",   mile  e»st,   marked  T.  D.'s  S.W.  corner   thence east  SO chains, thenca north
SO chains, thence west SO chains, thence
touth  10  chains   to  point  of commencement, containing 6 10 acres, more or less.
THOMAS DOYLE.
jnn.   MacDONKLL, Agent,
Dattel 21st July, 1913.
Diltrict of
rtrt Otorgt Land Dlitrlct.    Dlitriot tf
Ftact Blvtr.
TAKE notice that Patrick J, Den*hot
of Vancouver. B C, occupation architect, Intends to apply for permUslen te
purchnse  the  following described  lar.'ls
Commencing at a post planttd on tht
N.E. bnnk of tht Finlay river, about 17
milea upttieam from Fort Graham and
one mile eatt, marked P. J. D. ■ s,w.
corner, thenceeast 80 chains, north IK
chains, west SO cliains, south 80 ehalne
to point of commencement, containing
640 aer«a, mor* or less.
PATRICK J. DONOHOE.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dnted 21st Julv,  1913
Pert Oeorge Land Dl«trlct.
P*ac* Biver.
TVKE nolice thnt Thomas Wilson eef
I Vancouver I. C occupation laborer. In-
I tetiels to apply feer pennisslon tee pur-
1 chase the following described lands:
Coniniencing at a post planted on the
! \ E   bank of the Finlay river, about  19
milts upstream fl-oni  Fort Graham nnd
31.  miles east, marke.l T. W.'s S.W. cor-
t ner   thence east sn chnins,  thenco north
I SO chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south  80 chains  to point of commeiice-
*.n.contain.nge4T0Haocm,8m«tLOroljs.,
JOHN MacDOXELL, Agent.
Dated 21st July, 1913.
Port Otorgt Land Dittrict.   Dlitrlct tf
Ftact Biver.
TAKE notice thnt Findlay Robertion
or Vanconver, B. C, occupation bridge-
man, Intends to apply for permls* on to
purchase  th*  following deacrih*d lands.
Commencing at ft post planted on th*
N.E. bnnk of th* Finlay river, about,17
mile.* upstream from Port Oraham and
marked F. R.'s S.W, eorner <'«"'"«"'
SO chain*, thonce north SO chains, thenc.
west 80 chains, thence south 81 chaIns
to point of commencement, containing
840 acres, more oMess. R0BRRTS0N.
JOHV MacDONELL, Agent.
Datfi lltl Snlfi !«»•
Port Otorn Land Dittrict.   Dittrict of
Ftact Blvir.
TAKE notice that Melvln Gill of Vancouver, B. C, occupation teamster, Intends to apply for permits on to purchase the following descrihed lands.
Commencing at a post planted on the
N E. bank of the Finlav river, nbout 19
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
ii* miles east, marked M. G. s S.W. corner thenco east 80 chnins, thence nortii
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres  nw»r less.
Ml'.lel   leN    Ul LjIj.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dattd list July, 1811.
WILLIAM M'iRRISON.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Inly,   11113.
Port Oeorge Land Dittrict!    Dlrtrict of
P»nce Eiver,
TAKE notice that Henry w. McGregor
of Vancouver, B. C„ occupation timber
cruiser, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
_,E. bank of tlie Finlay river, about 17
miles upstream from Fort Graham ami
two miles east, markeel H. W. McQ -
S.W. corner, thence east SO chains,
thence north SO chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south SO chains to point
of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
henry w. McGregor.
JOHN MacDOXELL, Agent.
Dated 21st July,  1913.
Port 0*orgs Land District.    Dittrict of
Ptact Biver.
TAKE notice that John Shaw of Vancouver, oecupatiun gardener, intends to
npply for permisaion to purchase the
following described  lanels:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E.  bank of the Finlay river, about 13
miles  upstream   from  Fort Graham  and
five miles east, marked J. S.'s S.W. cor-i
ner,  thence- east 80 chains,  thence north j
SO cliains, thence west SO chains, thence
south   SO  chaihe  lo  point of commencement, contnining H40 acres, mnre nr less
JOHN SHAW.
.InllS MacDONELL, Agent.
Dnted 22nd July. 1913.
Port Oeorg* Land Di»trict.    DUtrlot of
Ptact Biver.
TAKK notice that .lames Sutherland
of Vancouver, occupation painter, intends to apply for permission to purchase   the  following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 13
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
four mlles ea.st, marked J. S.'s S.W.
corner, thence east 80 chains, thence
north SO chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of com-j
mencement, containing 640 acres, morel
or less.
JAMES SUTHERLAND.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 22nd July, 1913.
GEORGE   HESS
JOSEPH WHITEMAN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 22nd July,  1913. *
Port Oeorge Land DiBtrict.    Dlitrlct of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that William Smith of
Vancouver, occupation teamster, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 13
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
two miles east, marked W. S.'s S.W. corner, thence east SO chains, thence north
30 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less
WILLIAM SMITH.
JOHN MncDONELL, Agtnt.
Dated 22nd July, 1913.
Fort Oeorge Land Dittrict.    Dittrict of
Ptact Biver.
TAKE notice that Henry Parker of
Vancouver, occupation logger, intend* to
apply for permission to purchase the
following ilescribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlny river, about 11
miles upstream from Fort Graham and
ahout three miles west, marked H. P.'s
S.W. corner, thence east 80 chains,
thence north SO cliains, thence west SO
chains, tiience south SO cliains to point
of commencement, containing 640 acrea,
more or less.
HENRY PARKER.
JOHN MacDONELL. Agent.
Dated  23rd July.   1913.	
Port Oeorge Land  Diatrict.    DUtrlot of
Ptact Biver.
TAKE r.otice that Angus McGilllvar''
of Vanconver. occupation miner, intend*
tn apply for permission to purch*** th*
following deacrlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
N.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 11
miles upstream from Fort Grnham and
two miles east, marked A. McG.'s S.W.
corner, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence we»t SO ehains,
thence south SO chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more
or less.
ANGUS  McGILLIVARY.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dated 23rd July, 1913.
BARRETT & CO.
Practical Boot & Shoe Maker Messenger Service
Repairing a Specialty.
My Motto : Neatness and Despatch.
Water Front (next to Prince George
House), South Fort George
Phone 47—2 rings
Prompt Attention
Corner Hamilton Avenue and Water Front
GENERAL CONTRACTING
We are opening a branch of our Vancouver contracting business at
this point. We have built several of the largest buildings in the city
of Vancouver.
Estimates rendered on all kinds of Contracting,
Building, Store Fronts, Counters, Etc.
REINFORCED CONCRETE WORK A SPECIALTY.
Matheson & Gordon
FORT GEORGE and SOUTH FORT GEORGE
WILLOW RIVER
llritish Columbia
The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company are
now disposing of the remaining portion oi their
lots in the new town of Willow River at the confluence of the Fraser, Salmon and Willow rivers.
By those who are in close touch of the true conditions, this new town is considered to be one of
future importance in Central British Columbia.
In investing in Willow River property be sure
that your property comes to you direct from the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company—make no
mistake in this. There is only one official and
original Grand Trunk Pacific Railway town of
Willow River at the confluence of the Fraser,
Salmon and Willow rivers. It is located on Lot
785. Station site was approved by Board of Railway Commissioners under date of March 26th,
1912, Order No. 16179. We have no interest in
outside subdivisions. For authentic Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway maps of Willow River and detailed
information call on
F. W. CRAWFORD
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA
or address
Transcontinental Townsite Co. Ld.
Authorized Agent* Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
WINNIPEG
(T
AMERICAN PLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Corner Hamilton & Third
South Fort George. B.C.
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Rates  $2.50 and $3
Monthly and weekly rate, on application
Beat of wines,
i-Hon tnd ciitv*
Altiert Johnson, Prop.
"'1   Ily
iiie Burns' ymiversary banquet in Fort
Goorge on Monday night.
A bowling match is scheduled to
take place tonight in the oBn Ton
bowling alley between the Social
Club und the Hon Ton team.
A     holiday   was  declared   at   the
public school  on  Tuesday  afternoon ,
to    Ti"-,   Hie children  to take  part |
iticg the arrival of steel at
Pi itieje  Geoi ge.
real  estate  firm of Roberts,
i  Wilson  has been dissolved.
ens  will open an office in
>rge, while Mr. Wilson will
in business in this town,   j
The
Jones fi
Mr.   ilo
Fort Gi
continui
Twenty-four young people from
this town drove to Mud River on
Saturday night to attend a dance
given at the home of S. Miller. They
report a very enjoyable time,
Ole Hamer, who stabbed Peter
Lind In Fort George on Thursday
night, was arrested at Mile 190 on
Sunday, by Constable Nulleley, and is
now lodged in the provincial police
station
hearing.
Till'      (
and Sen;
awaiting    his    preliminary
again
defeat
tchool tfains of Fort George
.mil Kurt George played a re-
iatch at hockey on Saturday
.- when the rjcal "kiddies"
iemonstrated their superiority
ng   their   opponents    by    the
score '■!
-1.
Nineteen prisoners are now under
detention in the local police station.
The majority of them have been arrested for being drunk and dis-
c rderly.
Al. Young, a well 'Known old-timer
and stage driver in this district, has
taken up his residence in this town.
He has brought an up-to-date hack
with him and will go in the ilivery
business.
Messrs. Moffat &. Borland are
opening an open air rink in the rear
of Close & Brown's store. It will be
100 feet by 150 feet in size and the
admission will be 2Gc for adults and
loc for children.
The fire brigade turned out on
Saturday morning to answer an
alarm rang in from Frank Hoffer-
camp's barber shop. The roof of the
building was badly burned and the
quick action of the brigade prevented
what might have been a serious outbreak.
Robarts' hockey team met and defeated the Lumbermen in the South
Fort George rink on Monday night
by three doals to two. They have
gone through the season without a
defeat and needless to say, are at the
head of the City league.
It too the Contractors ten minutes
overtime to defeat the Merchants in
a stubbornly contested hockey match
at the local rink on Thursday night.
The score wag 2-1, and Jack Yargeau
the Contractors' goal tender, was the
hero of the game.
Forty-five degrees below zero the
thermometer at the Hudson's Bay
company registered at 3 o'clock this
morning, and it was easily the coldest night, of the winter. The river is
now frozen over, the cold wave Sun -
day night, having jammed the ice
into one' impenetrable mass.
A large number were present at
the !■'■> • Gi orge theatre on Thurs-
>'■ 15 ''hi :i n addition to the regular
program of pictures, the McDonalds
appeared In a laughable twenty-
minute act. Tomorow night is
amateur night and all those desiring
to lake part are requested to hand
their names in to Mr. Boehner.
Beginning yesterday the Club
Cafe is serving a special Merchants'
lunch for the benefll of its patrons.
This lunch will cost C", cents and
will consist of soup, salad, fish, meats
and dessert, and will be served from
11 to 4 o'clock daily, Sunday excepted, wl - n ■.' 'I ui kej dinner will be
the ma n Item on the menu card and
can be h.d for $1.00, including
salad, vegetables and dessert. The
Sunday  dinner will  be served from
12 to X o'clock. On and after Feb.
1. a B0c Club breakfast will be
" en The menu for the following
tiny   will   lie>   ghown   on   the  screen
the G.T.P.,  and as a result Alfred
"Wright is in the hospital with a hole I
in the face and August Johnson is in
jail charged with the offence.
Monday's freight brought down the i
two men in charge of Constable Rus-,
sell and Dr. McLean, and on Tuesday i
morning Johnson appeared before
Magistrate Hoskins for preliminary i
hearing and was remanded for eight i
days.
Story of Affair
The story of the affair as tt was
related in court is as follows:
John W. Wright, brother of the injured man, was working on the section under August Johnson. At Johnson's request Wright got his brother
Alfred to leave his place on Vancouver Island and come up to work
on the section.
Upon Alfred's arrival Johnson Informed him that he had been instructed to reduce his gang and that
he had no place for the newcomer.
John Wright then decided to quit
and take his brother and live on his
ranch. He asked Johnson to divide
up the stock of groceries, he being
entitled to a one-third share. The
stock was worth about $200. Johnson said he had no time then, so the
boys left and went back on Sunday
to get the goods. They talked to
Johnson through the closed door of
Johnson's cabin.
Threatens t Shoot
Johnson again said he had not
time to divide the provisions and told
the Wright's that if they did not go
away he would shoot, and without
further warning he fired with a rifle
through the shut door.
The bullet struck Alfred in the
face, boring a whole through the
cheek, tongue and throat.
While the wound is an ugly one
the report from the hospital is that
there is no immediate danger.
\\ .A.VlfcelJ
Waitress,   apply   Smith's   Waffle
House, Hamilton Avenue.
WANTED-Three or four low-priced
high and dry Lots in Prince George;
must not exceed $600. Reply 9tating
terms, also Lot and Block numbers, to
M. Manc;_lsdo_ff, 314, Royal Alexandra Apartments, Vancouver, B.U.
WANTED-Rov for Lawyer's Office.
"    Frank W, "Wilson, Blair Block,
South Fort George.
^ANTED-Smart Boy  for Printing
Oflice; age from 14 to 16.   Apply
Herald Office. v
HERE YOU ARE!
ARTHUR VAN
The Handy Man
Builder of Small 2 to 5-roomed Houses
You get the Lumber, I supply the
Laoor on easy .payment plan.   Just
let me know what you want.
Address:    CARPENTER,   co.   Fort
George Herald Office.
Scotch Rake ry
BREAD
2 Loaves for 25c
8 for $1.00
Corner Hamilton & Third - Phone 27
Ask Telephone Extension
Victoria, Jan. 26.—^Special.)—-
The provincial Conservative association in convention here decided to
ask the Dominion government to extend its telephone service in British
Columbia. W. T. Shatford was elected president.
In a congratulatory review of
the progress of the Canadian
prairie west, George Bury, vice-
president of the Canadian Pacific
Railway, gives the following
summary of the western country's greatest need: "What is
needed in this country is a strong
organization of producers, led
with moderation and sagacity,
which will make for proper
methods of production and distribution, and which will make
prices and all other conditions
more stable and uniform. If we
really believe the statement we
are always making that the future of this country is bound up
in the productivity of its soil,
why should we hesitate at anything which would mean the
largest possible yield with the
largest possible return to the
producer ? We talk much of the
ultimate consumer, let us also
think of the primary producer."
WOOD
Dry and Seasoned Pine
Dry Fir
ALL LENGTHS
Fort George Fuel Company
Yards and Office:
OPPOSITE EMPRESS HOTEL
Superstitious People
Always Order Their
Wedding Rings
FROM
DAVID PENNES
Manufacturing Jeweler
Special work in jewelry made up.
Repair work of all kinds given
prompt attention.
Nugget Block       •        Third Straet
nl   the
night.
F
George   Ihe'itre     every
C.P.R, Steamer Aground
Vancouver, Jan. 27.— (Special.) —
The Canadian Pacific steamer Princess Sophia, southbound from Skagway, grounded last night in a bllnd-
ing snowstorm near Alert Bay. The
passengers were taken off by the
steamer Alki.
I
Dan Stewart has finished his
contract at Burns Lake and
moved his outfit to Prince
George.
In recognition of the services
of Weemanosiks, Indian of Kis-
gegas, in having some years ago
rescued a demented old white
man, on his way to the Klondyke
who otherwise would have perished from exposure, the Department of Indian Affairs awarded
him $100 worth of supplies. For
similar services Sam Batiste, an
Indian at Fort Babine, was given
a like amount of supplies for the
rescue of Frank Ray nor and W.
II. Wrigley, and additionally a
medal from the Royal Canadian
Humane Society. The awards
were made through R. E. Loring
the Indian Agent at Hazelton.
who arranged for the presentation of the gifts to the Indians
at Babine, where a large number
of natives gathered for the
Christmas holidays. Rev, Father
Coccolla, O.M.I,, made the presentation in a suitable manner.
City Express and
Cartage Company
Express Delivery
Baggage Transfer
General Draying
C. T. RUSH   -   Proprietor
PHONE 51
BREAD
2 loaves for 25c
AT THE
Also Pastry and Cakes at
reasonable prices.
D. A. Stoddard has sold his
83-Mile House property, and
taken up his residence in Clinton,
Fort Oeorge Land District.    Diatrict
of Peace River
TAKE notice that John Small of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, broker,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
I about a quarter of a miie east of the
east bank of the Finlay River about
thirty-eight miles from Its moutli,
marked "J. S.'s S. W. Corner";
thenco east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thelice Bouth 80 chains to point of
commencement; containing 640
acres, more or less.
JOHN SMALL, Applicant.
JOHN  MacDONELL, Agent.
July 17th, 1913.
Road House Site an ct Stock Ranch
at Deep Creek on Quesnel Road, 640
acres (200 acres hay meadow); price
very low and terms easy.
Office: Corner Hamilton Avenue and Third Street,
SOUTH FORT GEORGE.
No Home Need
Be Without Music
'4 Call and hear our VICTOR VICTROLAS playing some of our _
Thousand New Records
 Just Received	
We carry the VICTOR GRAMAPHONES in all prices and
styles.
lOOO New Records to select from.
| Close & Brown Company,,
y
GENERAL MERCHANTS.
Laselle Avenue and Second Street
South Fort George
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Sale of Chocolates
The best grades at wholesale prices,
Lowney's, Webb's,  Beverly. Rowntrees'
in boxes and bulk.
You are safe when buying at
THE FORT GEORGE DRUG CO.
Prince George
| Population of 15,000 in 1916.
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Prince George is to the Peace River country and British
Columbia what St. Louis and Chicago are to the Western
United States—the natural commercial gateway. Never
before in the history of Western Canada has such an opportunity been offered to the investing public. Having
purchased our property direct from the Grand Trunk we
are in a position to offer you the best prices and terms
obtainable.
Our offices are open every evening.      Phone No, 4.
Ruggies & Winters
Offices :-Third Street, South Fort George
Central Avenue, Fort George
ueorge Street, Prince George
THE ROYAL MAIL ROUTE
IMPERIAL EXPRESS 0).
(To be succeeded by the Inland Express Co., Ltd.)
Carrying Royal Mail, Passengers and Express to
Fort George, Quesnel and Central Britisn
Columbia points.
Instruct shippers to route your express "Via ImPj
Express Co." and it will receive prompt ana
attention.
SEE OUR LOCAL AGENT FOB RATES.
Imperial Express Company Head Office: Ashcroft, B.C.
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