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ly,)!, I. NO. 29.
gurch's Hall was packed to the
oors on Thursday evening to
ear J* A* Fraser, M. P, P., and
iember for this district give an
ccount of his stewardship and
summary of the legislation en-
cted at Victoria during the-
lssion recently closed. Mr. Neil
m, president of the local
vative association was in
air, and introduced the
r with a few well-chosen
SUUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1914.
$3 PER ANNUM
Contracts Awarded for
First Hundred Miles of
Pacific Great Eastern
lemai
Mr.
Kcepl
Fraser was given a good
ion and an intent hearing
luring the
Ie outline!
course of his speech,
briefly many of the
JOHN Pt
that
.tutes ii
rticular
Act
Byaltii s
;ASER, M.P.P
district in particular and the province in general when this road
was an accomplishment. The
wealth of the vast and fertile
valley to the north would build
up a commercial city of importance here, and credit was due
Premier McBride for a masterful
policy in opening up this broad
domain.
Mr. Fraser's speech was exhaustive in its scope and covered
many subjects of particular interest to this portion of the
tion of the province,
At the conclusion of the member's remarks, the chairman invited any one in the audience to
ask questions of Mr. Fraser on
statements which were not clear
to them. The opportunity was
immediately seized by a young
man named Fay a recent arrival
from the prairies. Mr. Fay at
once outlined what he declared
was the Liberal policy. He had
no questions to ask Mr. Fraser,
but he had a large stock of personal abuse which he proceeded
to heap upon the civil service,
from police to magistrate. Making no specific charges or statements, he castigated Hhen one
and all.
The audience, scenting a little
diversion, entered into the fun,
Mr. Fay winding up his peroration
with a Latin quotation and the
air of duty nobly done.
Mr.   John   Mclnnis,  Socialist
Vancouver. March 18.—
The Pacific Great Eastern
have awarded three contracts south from Prince
George to Kelly Lake. These
total 100 miles and are to be
completed this year. The
contracts are awarded to H.
E. Carleton & Co., 25 miles;
A. E. Griffin Co., 25 miles,
and Burns & Jordan, 50
miles. Work will be under
way by May 1st.
MEXICAN MUTINEERS
SHOT IN SQUADS
Naval Estimates Are
the Largest in History
of Great Britain
London, March 18.—Mr.
Winston Churchill on Tues.
day introduced the naval estimates, the largest in British history by more than
fifty million pounds. He
insists that the program must
be accelerated owing to the
absence of Canadian warships.
PROVINCIAL MINISTERS
HRRE EARLY IN MAY
Mr. Fraser, M. P. P., made the
announcement before leaving
here that early in May Attorney-
| General Bowser and  possibly
Mexico City, Mex,, 'March 18. Minister of Lands Ross, will visit
-In squads of 12 men each, 130 this district.   Some of the Van-
mutineers were taken from the couver members are also expect-
barracks at Jokutla today, lined
up against a stone wall, and executed. It required less than
half an hour to slaughter all the
prisoners, who had rebelled
against serving Huerta.
ex-member for Grand Forks,
had passed into the j also made a few remarks,
i the province, paying J disclaiming, however, any affilia-
attentionto the Mun tion with the previous speaker.
. the Timber and the:Mr. Mclnnis wanted particularly
Act. I to know why the government re-
oii of the gV?rV*»irnent! fused to investigate the miners'
trouble on the Islands, and concluded by moving a vote of confidence in the opposition leader-
company's proposal | ship of Parker Williams, The
etter class of road, in ! motion was refused by the chairman.
Mr. Fraser in a clear and concise manner read Mr. Fay a
lesson in what constituted good
citizenship, declaring that if any
otations, which made ■ specific violations were brought
to the government they would
be throughly investigated. It
was a citizen's duty to uphold the
i officers in the performance of an
lined by the speaker, who'arduous duty, instead of slander-
bright picture of thejjng them without an iota of
that would accrue to this! proof.
tnteeing the bonds of the
in Northern for an addi-
10,000 a mile was explain-
Ic! H road having the easiest
Jades nn the continent,    Mr.
f explained that the world-
financial depression was re-
ible Inr the greater discount
'ger i
sues necessary.
'flu-
ixtension of the Pacific
Mil
lastern into the   Peace
ver ■
ountry from this point
ST. PATRICKS DAY DANCE
Over one hundred couples attended St. Patrick's dance held
in the Burch hall last Tuesday
night. The hall was very appropriately decorated with shamrocks and green bunting for the
occasion, The c'a^ce va.
enjoyed by everybody present
and dancing was kept up till the
"wee sma' 'ours. The music by
Senior's orchestra was especially
good and many encores were responded to. A number of people
from the Cache and Centra! w*re
present. The management wish
to thank the ladies who weref
kind enough to donate the cakes
and those generally who helped:
to make the dance one of the
most successful of the season.
ed with the party.
D0UKS THREATEN TO DISROBE.
Declaring that the members of
the Doukhobor community, numbering over six thousand people,
have decided to take off their
clothes and show themselves
naked on the streets ot British
Columbia cities if the government
in enforcing the law in respect to
the registration of births and
deaths, should even take $10
worth of property by force for
fines, a letter signed on behalf of
the members of the Doukhobor
community has been sent to the
attorney-general. The letter explains the motives of the Doukhobors and declares their aversion to registering births, marri-
p'-s and deaths, to allowing
their children to aitend school
and to doing military service.
WILL BE APPOINTED
ROAD SUPERINTENDENT
WOENTALir KILLED
BY LITTLE SON
IKcw Westminister,March _1.—
''rank Dean, a relative of
iem;i r McBride wasaccidental-
jshol and killd by her nine-
lar-old son at Pitt Meadows,
Til WINS
STANLEY CUP
■Toronto, March 21.-Toronto
lc*<*-'y dab wins the Stanley
l|v. emblematic of the world's
J^mpionship, having taken
l*'w straight games from the
ictoria club, champions of the
Fiiic coast.
''■ W' Landry and Mr. II. C. Mer-
ltt,'i'1' among tho passengers who
l'l!,,wn on the train last night.
Il'l" r
' "iwriage took place last evening
le Presbyterian Church of Mr.
Alexander Gillquist, of Prince
"; '" Miss Ella Mathikle I'atter-
'' Soutli Port George, Uev. A. C.
"""'■'•ting. Mr. A. Wimbles
11 the groom, while Mian Laura
Performed a similar service for
''• I ne bride was attired in a
e"ing suit with hat to match.
18 morning on an eastern
with them the good wish-
lefl   i|
bearing
'"'"'I of friends in the district.
FREDDIE WELSH
DEFEATS DIVERS
Los Angeles, Calif., March 18.
—Freddie Welsh, light champion
of England, won a decision over
Joe Rivers, of Los Angeles at
Vernon Arena yesterday after 20
rounds of lighting. Welsh had
a lead on points nearly all the
way. He kept Rivers in the
glare of the sun and worried
him with his quick punches and
lively footwork. In the fifth
round the referee cautioned
Rivers about using his elbow on
Welsh's body in a clinch. In the
thirteenth round Rivers forced
Welsh through the ropes but
failed to land any damaging
blow.
Welsh is now in line for a fight
with Willie Ritchie the champion,
possibly on July 4th.
George Snell, of Milne's Landing, has been in lown the past
few days. Mr. Snell has been a
foreman on government road
work in the Nechaco Valley for
the past three seasons. It is understood that he will receive the
appointment of road superintendent for this district in place of
Malcolm McNevin, resigned.
STEEL WILL MEET IN
TEN DAYS' TIME
Steel-Laying Gangs Are Rapidly
Decreasing the Gap.
In a card game at Decker Lake
a foreigner thought that he was
being cheated, and took an axe
to two of the players. As a result he is in jail and the two
others are in the hospital. The
axe method ls a sure but dangerous way to beat a poker game.—
Ledge.
Ten oreleven days more should
see the ends of steel meet.
Both gangs are laying at the
rate of three miles a day. The
Western gang have about 12
miles still to complete while the
Eastern gang have about 23
miles more to lay making about
35 miles in all. As stated in last
weeks Herald the gangs will
meet somewhere in the region of
Fort Fraser.
SANITARY INSPECTOR VISITS
Chief Provincial Sanitary Inspector DeGray paid the town a
visit this week on his tour of inspection. His report is not yet
to hand, but it is understood that
a resident sanitary inspector has
been appointed for this district.
CfLO-EL HALL RESIGNS
Victoria, March 19.- Unable
to get increased pay for militia
on strike duty at Nanaimo, Col.
Hall, in charge of the soldiers on
Vancouver Island, has resigned,
EX-MINISTER DEAD
Picton, Ont., March 19-Hon.
William Patterson, ex-minister
of customs, died here yesterday.
Thomas Porter, of Edmonton, representing the Brack-
man-Ker Milling Co. and the International Harvester Co.
this week purchased from Robert C. Finlay the two lots
on the southeast corner of First avenue and Dominion
street. He will proceed at once to erect a large warehouse on the property for the handling of the products of
the two big companies he represents.
Edward Hall, district agent Ior the Ford automobile,
purchased this week a valuable lot on Third avenue on
which he is starting immediately to erect a garage for the
handling of the Ford company's cars.
Charles H. Holling, of Edmonton, representing the
Massey-Harris Company, has bought a trackage lot facing
Quebec street where he purposes erecting a large warehouse for the handling of farm implements and vehicles.
Somerton & Watson put through the three above deals.
leJpiJo. Pre-emptors
Tfnoirnced
Mr.
;r\
here   this!in various locations are timber
It was
week by ([Mr. f[^[A() Eg-agtyd limits V&nd university rererves,
M.P.P., th_t_^ government re- but' _r$re still remains an enor-
serve on the F^ra'sei*-uver. eiasjL Otfcjvmoys area splendidly suited to
here, will be _r^_i^efl^pYe)]-gnculture, On the upper
emptors during thecon9f*^ s'iirn-' reaches there are a number of
mer. The exact date has noti squatters located,
yet been received at the local It is not the government's in-
government offices, but it is un- '■ tention to throw open this land
derstood that sixty days' noticei in a block, as considerable of it
will Le given in the issue of the | remains yet to be surveyed. The
official Gazette due here tonight,, town of McBride. east of here
The reserve in question was on the G.T.P., is about the cen-
put on after the G.T.P. survey |tre of the land to be opened, and
had been made, and was intend- j the government intend opening
ed to obviate any delays regard- a temporary land recording office
ing right-of-way in the railway j at that point, where .settlers can
construction. Now that the line make entry for the blocks to be
is completed throngh the terri- declared open from time to time.
tory the reserve ceases to serve That a large settlement will be
its original purpose and the pro-1 established on the river reserve
vincial government has decided j there is no doubt. Many have
to open the land to settlement,   j been waitiug for this annource-
The land comprises an area'ment for months, and have in
three miles wide on each side of I their mind a particular and de-
the Fraser river. East of here sirable piece of land. The par-
the reserve commences at the ticular desirability of this tract
mouth of the Big Salmon and ex- from the settlers' point of view
tends to the head waters of the is its proximity to the railway
Fraser.   Interspersed, however, and river transportation lines.
itreet Depot
Preliminary arrangements have
been practically concluded for
the laying of a five-foot plank
sidewalk from South Fort George
to the depot at the foot of George
street, Prince George, Local
business men have been active
in this matter during the past
few days and have receivta sub
stantial encouragement from
owners of property in the southeastern portion of Prince George.
With the business section of
the new city firmly established
as it now is in the George Street
locality, the "sidewalk movement
is timely. The completion of
this public convenience will effectively cc_v\-.i the two cities.
FOOTBALL CLUB MEETING
The annual meeting of the
South Fort George Association
Football club was held last Wednesday night a large number of
members and enthusiasts attending. Th.e financial statement
read by the Secretary showed
that the club was in good standing financially, a small balance
being carried over from last year
after all obligations had been
met. From a football stand
point however things were not
so good although the Shield was
only lost by the small margin of
three goals in five games played.
The question of suitable grounds
is worrying the footballers at
present and it was decided at the
meeting tnat some arrangement
ought to be made with the Baseball Club management with regard to sharing the Baseball field
on the hill.
While most of last years men
are available a number of new
players have come to town who
will be tried out in due course
and a much stronger team than
last seasons is anticapated.
A three team league is now a
certainty; at a meeting of Soccer
men at the Cache this week it
was decided to enter a Football
team in the Montgomery Shield
competition this year under the
name of the Prince George Football Club.
Following are the officers of
the South Fort George Club for
the coming season: Hon. Pres.
T. W. Heme, Hon. Vice Pres.H.
C. Seaman; President N. Montgomery; Vice Pres, John Bronger; Secy-Treas. D. P, Lockhart,
Royal Bank. Committee: Mes-
sers Ansell, Mclntyre Hillhouse,
Sutcliff, and Richmond. The
selection of a captain was left
over till the next meeting.
Members are requested to
turn out to practice tomorrow
afternoon at three o'clock at the
Baseball grounds.
GOVERNMENT DRAFTS
ULSTER TROOPS
London, Mach 21.—A critical
situation prevails in Ulster. The
government has stationed troops
at several strategic points, and
thirty warrants have been signed
for the arrest of leading Covenanters. Sir Thomas Edward
Casson received a great welcome
at Belfast.
LADIES ENTERTAIN M.P.P.
We understand from very good
authority that Mr. John A.
Fraser was the honored guest
of the ladies of South Port
George last Thursday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. G. E. McLaughlin. After a very dainty
lunch had been served Mr.Praser
at the request of the ladies made
a short address and was after
wards put to the task of answering many questions, amongst
other things Mr. Fraser was
made to promise that he would
vote in favour of votes for
women. Among the ladies present were: Miss Crawford, Mrs.
McElroy, Mrs. Armstrong and
Mrs, Fowler.
EDITOR SHOT
Paris, March 19,-Gaston Calmette, editor of Figaro,was shot
and killed by Madame Caillaux,
wife of the finance minister.
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Washington, Marsh 19.-The
engagement is announced of
Eleanor Wilson, youngest
daughter of President Wilson, to
William McAdoo, secretary of
the treasury,
Messrs B. Dyer and J. Brown,
G. T. P. engineers were in town
yesterday.
D. F. M. Perkins, notary public, has opened an office in the
Blair building.
z I
B. C, Saturday, March 21, 1914. .
Published "i '■" '
SOUTH FORT GEORG^
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT
;n this issue appears
he Government s an-
ile of lots m S»uth FortGeorge,
unding subdivisions
Elsewhere
^tle'anTsm^unding subdivisions.   This event
Pnnce Geoige ^ ^ ^ importance than the
the railway company in Prince
is
to IOC
la re sale of
George.
Local interest ai
ber of government
iroperty by
from the fact that on a large num-
th
aeuu    lu    ijuiejeiaoe    wie    lUUOWlllg    Utf
scribed  lands:
Commencing at a post planteei
about one-halt mile east of tlie easi
banl; of the Finlay River aboui
thirty-four miles from its moulh.
marked "J. M.'s S. W. Coruer";
thence east 80 chains, thence norlli
SO 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.
ncing at a
VN1
HN
Districl
Port George Land District.
of Peace River
TAKE notice that I, John Douglas
, nonnlp Smyth, of Vancouver, Broker, intend
particularly in tnis town, peupi- t0 apply for pmnjSsion t0 pUr0__se
,'   ,      • ' , l,    ,.   -mIii'iim*   mi flip l'*!J following described lands:
! busine: 3 places relying on me    Commencing at a post planted
i'il   the1   ti'OVei'll- "bout two miles north and two miles
west from the head    of    Deserters'
.l;:l.   18th
TAK
poBt   plallle-el   on
ie> Finlay River
mn the mouth,
;. \V. corner";
,s, thence north
wi Bl su chainB
•■ river, thence
of ihi' river to
nent, containing
FOV. Applicant.
,IacDONELL, Agent.
:  I   H Btrict.     District
..    River
thai Sydney Crighton
lie
property v.-,
ment concmow
Against the
noi ncemei   I
;.'     i '  *■'■• :
of bidding or
llie improveme   ; n
ising the
lispose of its holdings.
an as outlined in the government's an-
i sale of lots, there can be no reason-
The "squatters" are given an opportunity
•    ■ roperty in question without regard to
'e, and in case the property goes
a icn of value they are allowed sixty
their improvements or dis-
Canyon on the left bank of the Finlay
Kiver, and marked "J. D. S.. N.W.
lorner I'ost," thence east 80 chains.
thence south SO chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
poinl of commencement; containing
ill i) acn s. more or less.
JOHN DOUGLAS SMYTH.
Ailir. 30, 191:1. Oarfield Smith  Agent.
bevond their cons
davs'time in which to remove _
ise of them to the purchaser of the jirop v . . r. : ' -
the land department of
,'ish to realize as large ;
. |   ':: equal considera
•;'     the plan of sale
po,
justice t(
government, who
sum as possible from
on for the squatter,
iroposed could be im-
' The exact date of sale remains to be set, but the understanding is that it will be held in May or the early part
oi June.
Fort George Land District, District
of I'eaee Itiver
TAKE notice that I. Henry Anthony Theiberg, of Vancouver, B. ('.
paperhanger, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
ihe west side of the Finlay River
about one mile north and three miles
west of the head of Deserters' Canyon and marked "H. A. T., N.E. Oorner Post," thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence noith
SO chains, thence east SO chains to
point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
HENRY ANTHONY THBRBERG.
\'ig. 30, 1913. Garfield Smitli, Agent.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS  AND
CLAIMANTS.
SYDNE
.mux t
Ij    IV:..
rt Georg
ccupation, Mer-
;i apply  for permis-
is\:    the    following
• ;i post planted on
; the Finlay River,
■ee iieiles from its
"S. C's S. W. Cor-
50 .hains. thence
. tin ace west 80
south  80  ehains  to
ent,  conlaining |
i
IGHTON, Applicant.
INELL. Agent.
Vancouvi r
er, Intends
purchase
lai it:
■il"   ■   IBl    I
aboul   thi
mouth, in
ner"; thei
north SO
appl
DiBtrict.    District
i River
;i George clark of
-I cupation, plumule.r permission to
the    following    (lescribed
it a i
ei' the
-.w..____r__Uft   0 UUJLUUEJl   J
Our big stock of Rough and Dressed Fir and
Spruce Lumber has been getting drier t
day so that today we can supply you 2
Our Stock of Builders' Hardware
and Roofing Was Never So Complete
Drop into our big Second Street Store and
we will give you rock-bottom Prices on al
most anything you require.
Northern Lumber & Mercantile
Company, Limited
Sole Agents for the "HOUSE OF BOBBERLIN" Madeti
Clothing, c-ordbb
SECOND STREET South Fort George
W. F. COOKE, Pr«.       RUSSELL PEDEN, Vic.-Pr«.     (. E. _cUUC_Ul| S_,i
south
GEI IR
JOHN
THE THIRD TRANSCONTINENTAL. In ^ ^ Court o( the 1)istrict of
Mr   R   B   Bennett, M.P., Writes tO the   Winnipeg  Feee  Athabasca, in the Province of Alberta.
In the matter of the estate of .red- UoD.
erick John Shapjand Veysey,  late j pent
Julv 18th, 1913.
. ..	
Fort George Land District,
of Peace River
st planted on
Kinlay River,
miles from its.
. i'.'s S. W. Cor-'
l" chains, thence
thence west 80
s to the river,
.ine the course of
it commencement,
08, inure or less
LARK. Applicant
lONKI.L. Agent.
ress to correc
statement which it attributed to him.
45     TAKK
ins'.vortle "I
Laboi
•*sk*n
that   All.
ver. B. C
Distiict
ri  Holl-
; ly  for
follow-
. ing
llrse
of Mile 172, G.T.P., in thc* Province
of British Columbia, deceased. Commencing at a post planled on
PUPSUAN'T to an orderof His Hon- the east bank of the Finlay   River
,    . e      our Judge Noel, dated the 26th day of'about    thirty-one    miles    from    its
needed  at  tne  February, A.D. 1914, NOTICE is here    mouth, marked "A. H.'s S. W. Cor-
mi     i  j. .u     t^ „„ d,,,„   f,-,   fV,;-^  bv eiven that all persons having claims ner":  ihenee east 40 cliains, thence
lhe letter prompts the tree PreSS  tO this J^X-State of the late Frederick north 80 chains, thence    west    su
John  Shapland  Veysey,  who died at ohains more or less    to    the    river,
Mile 172, G.T.P. Railroad, in the Pro-: thence  following  the  course  of  the
He was reported to have said that one transcontinental
was enough Ar Canada. What he did say was that one
in addition to the C. P. R. was all that was
present time,
significant comment:
"The Free Pl.5- is inclined tO a°Tee With   Mr.   Bennett  viaceoT British folumbia, on the 25th river to point of commencement, con-
_      , T .,        , .,    'day of October, A.D. 1913, are required  taining 4S0 acres more or less.
in this statement. The late Liberal government was quite to'send to the standard Trusts Com-       albert holunsworth,
justified in its national transcontinental enterprise; but_it|^^^£SM5S;
a:
\gent.
District
JOHX  MacDONKLL,
a very great responsibility when it yielded to the ll?e ^sy[ZHA_^__w& Sl* Ju,ylS!h' 19n'-r ,-
la •  fr1^"1 •* *--)-'-"■- . j , vince of Alberta, on or before the 18th  j*on Georee* Land District.
solicitations of the Canadian Northern Railway and secur- day of April, a.d. wu, a full state- of Peace River
. .        „    ,. ,        , ,, ,      ,. ment of their claims and of any securi-      TAKE notice that Harry Jacobs of
ed from Parliament a  bond   guarantee   tO   the   extent  Ot  ties  held by them,  duly verified  by  Vancouver,   n ('.,  occupation,  Sales-
$35,000,000 tO aSSist the C.N.R.  in  building   a   line   f rOm ' StatUt0r-V Declaration, and after tjat.ma„ .    -„ permission
date the'Administrator will proceed to to purchase the following described
Port Arthur to Sudbury.    That wa* an enterprise that distribute the assets of the ta-%iid.i
■i.i nee,                         e^.      ^                j                        among the   parties   entitled   thereto, Coinmencing at a post planted one
might  Weil  have   been   allowed   tO Wait for a few years. ■ having regard  only to  the claims  of mile  east  o!   the  east  bank  of  the
T, ■" „.,_,.       ,.   , ,,                   *,                , , •                     i          which notice has been so filed. Finlav River, about thlrtv miles from
LP.. G.N.R. having lightly entered Upon   thlS   Stupendous     Dated at Edmonton, this 28th day of i,s  niouth,  marked  "H.  J.'s S.   W.
ncouragement and consent of the Domin-:Febr^^^RD TRUSTS co %™"i0*Z\_%£, thUhw«i I
Parliament ithe bond guarantee passed Parliamant
hout   _ sition), a very critical situation—dangerous;
.e: i the railway company, to the credit of the Domin-
and the[provinces (most of whom are on the railway
i] any. | aper to the extent of many millions), and to
iiness interests of the country—has resulted.
.  roblem which the present parliament must deal
an  the proper solution of it is not apparent."
-1   loubt of the correctness of this and the sur.!
- thing is that the general public had so little know-!
: what was going on.    If the Canadian Northern'
stated at the first that it intended to build another!
ntal, as did the Grand Trunk when it decided
- west, the proposition would have been wide-!
_ t the C.N.R. proceeded with the project;
eait with so many different governments;
through that it was only when the situation
*   was canvassed that most Canadians awoke
■• of its farreaching programme,
r, there is no doubt that eventually the third!
'.source of economic strength.    In the
■■    to be gone through with and the duty of j
' is to see to it that the Dominion secures|
for any help that is now given.—Edmonton
•'■ "   irety not seriously contenned that the provincial
--'•'-' ';-' ■•'" is debarred from changing the proposed route
■ ,' by the fact that somebody has seen fit to buy!
where there seemed a likelihood of its being
I uut,   There lies upon the table before us a map of the!
central part of the province upon which the draughtsmen'
saw lit to indicate along the west shore of the Fraser a
'me of railway from Yale to Fort George.    No such railway is to be built, and the Pacific Great Eastern will be
seme distance east of the Fraser for a great part of its
length.   Will it be seriously asserted that if somebody
has chosen to buy some land on the west bank of the
Fraser it was a breach of faith with him on the part of
the government to assent to the construction of the railway where it is now being built?-Colonist.
Public Administrator.
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
H, R. Holland, Manager for Alberta,  point of commencement    containing
.  640 acres more or less.
IIAKKV JACOBS, Applicant.
JOHN  MacDONELL,  Agent.
18th, 1913.
As a result of sixty-four by-elections in the United Kingdom,
held since the present government took office, the Unionist have
won fifteen seats, fourteen from the Liberals, and one from Labor.
The Liberals have won one seat from the Unionists and two from
Lador. In December, 1910, after the last general election, the
parties stood: Unionists, 272; Liberals, 272; Labor, 42, and
End Nati malists, 84,
With the approach of the good old
summer time has brought to our city
a multitude of people congregated
from the four corners of the earth,
a sample of which can be seen any
afternoon on Hamilton Avenue,
which presents a swimming sea of
mingled faces articulating every
language, dialect and gibberage in
the human vocabulary, and representing mostly every type of the
human race, from the smart city
bnsiness man to the degenerated
hobo, whose sole means of existence
is to prey upon the hospitalities of
the hardworking and honest laborer
while exhilarated from the effects of
his holiday indulgence.
And while we can boast of the
greatest variation of the human
character, yet to the close observer
there is a common trait which is
a peculiar characteristic of the pioneer element that unconsciously
sends them in advance* and which is
characterised by an instinctive business acumen, and demonstaated in
this case from the fart that ninety
per lent, of them end up by purchasing their goods at Kennedy*
Blair's store, where we have the
greatest sale on ever put forth in
Central B.C. And when it comes to
prices wo have established a precedent almost astonishing.
Space will not allow us to quote
prices, but here are some of them.
Magnificent Blankets, per pair $1.00
Beautiful Pillows         .          . .K
Swell Workmen's Pants        . 2.25
Grand Overalls . . 1.10
Stan field's  Highest grade of
Underwear .          .          . 4.00
Men's Fine Woollen Top Shirts  1.25
Stetson Hats     .         .         . 4.00
High-class Slater Shoes         . 1.2',
Other lines in proportion.
Kennedy, Blair
& Co., Ltd.
Where a Man can Buy as
Cheap as a Child
July
Fort Georg
WILLOW RIVER
British Columbia
The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company are
now disposing of the remaining portion ox 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 cm 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. CRAWFC'.J
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA
or address
Transcontinental Townsite Co. Ld,
Authorized Agents Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
WINNIPEG
u
that Ja
t.    District
r*s Shaw of
TAKK noli
Vancouver, li. ('., occupation, Baker,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following doscribed
lands:
Commencing at a posl planted on
the east bank of tli"  Finlay'River
about tl
marked
thence e
8u chai
thence s
comment
more or
11 *
llll
111.'
'Ill,   C(
•ri   from   ils  mouth.
S.   Vf.   Corner";
iains, thence north
... weal   80 chains,
point of
U4II aires
lalm
JAMES sil.W,'. Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Julv 18th, 1913.
Fort fci< orge
ol
TAKE ne-'
Rose of Vane
Mechanic, in
mission to pi
in.I DiBtrlct.    District
'■ ace River
.■  thai   Daniel  Joseph !
v. r, li. C, occupation,
mis to apply for per- j
chase   the   following i
i 'ei'.'.
thi easl
about t
mouth,
Corner"
thenee i
60 chai
to poini
ing 640
Fin!
•1).  .1.   It
anted on
ay River
irom ils
s 8. W.
chains,
ince -.vest
H chains
contain-
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. Ft. WALKER, Resident Agent of the North
Coast Land Co,, Ltd.   .   South Fort George, B.u
North Coast Land Colli
General Offices: 619 to 624 Metropolitan Bids,Vancouver,
London Office:   6 Old Jtwry. o000,
PAID-UP CAPITAL, - - -        $l'^,'u,
11 a.\ii*:
JOSKPH  ROSE,
Applicant.
JOHX MacDONELL, Agent.
July lSlh, 1913,
Porl George Land District,    District
of Peace liner
TAKK notice thai I, Willinm
Roberl Warner, of Vancouver, B.C.,
Clerk, Intend to nnply tor permis*
slon to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
nboul two mlles nonh and two milos
wi'M from tiie head of Dwerters'
Canyon, ond on the easl bonk of the
Finlny River, find marked "W. R. W..
S.W. Corner Post," thonce north 80
chains, thence easl B0 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence wesi 80
chnins to polnl of commencement;
containing 640 ncros, more' or less,
WILLIAM  ROBERT WARNER.
Se pt, 1, 1913.   Qarfleld Smith, Ap-wit.
I'eel I   (,(•!
TAKK     notic
Lynch, Of Vane
i* Li
'I I1
ll
lho
First-class Dray.
Wood, all Lengths
Phone 93, South Fort George.
FRED COOK.
idsi
i lommenclns.
mi two mill
s| from ihe*
11
llll!
HIv
BATHS
Porcelain tub.   Uotol Robarts.
fan
Kinl
N.E. Corner Po
chains, thence v,
north 80 chain!
chains to poim
containing 640 ai i
JAM
ml Di* trict,    Districl
e   ih ii I, James   R.
ouver, li. ('., Broker,
y   fur  permission  to
follow Ing   described
posi plnntod
aud two miles
oi    Deserters'
i bank of the
ked "J. R, 1...
■ni" south 80
chains, Ihenee
nee i'Hht su
immoncementi
more or less.
S It. LYNCH
of
We have been appointed exclusive selling
agents for that position of the G. 1. *j
townsite, PRINCE GEORGE, lying ea«
of Connaught Park and south of Wrww
Avenue.    This is the choicest busine
and residential part of the townsite, using high and level; all cleared; pan u
the streets graded, the balance ol grac
ing to be completed in the early H'1"^
For prices and terms write or wire
•___
I Sept. 1, 1918,   Qarfleld Smith, Agent.
EY
SOUTH FORT GEORGb
<*J: glllllllH'l
erations
ii'i
Mr
pG_E Will Spend $200,000
On This Work This
Season.
VanCouver, March 14.'—In'pre-
.ation for the establishment
f docks for ocean-going vessels
Ll railway terminals at Squa-
n,jsh, the Pacific Great Eastern
Raihvay intends to proceed with
tl,',e reclamation of an area one
n extent during the coming
The first season's op-
swill involve the expendi-
$200,000.
I. W. Stewart, president
'.G.E, Railway, made an
:ement to the above effect
nterview today in which
ned the company's plans
elopment and construc-
[e has recently returned
trip over thc route of the
and G.T.P. via Fort
and Edmonton,
[tensive harbor survey is
li g made at Siiuamish
Lory to starting develop-
,-ork. Foreshore rights
he waterfront owned by
,vay company at Squamish
:;■ ted a short time ago
Dominion government
nal mi the P.G.E, underlie expend $2,000,000 in
i p the harbor. The com-
II ilo considerable dredg-
(i reclaim a large area of
ml, the plans this year provid-
g for the filling-in of a tract a
ile long,
■i ference to the con-
ruction plans of the company
is year, Mi'. Stewart stated
■n the work on all the
his to be started soon
er way employment
oui'i ie provided for more than
000 men. The P.G.E. now
s fi.tuNi men at work north of
uamish and Clinton and this
II be augmented so as to
000 distributed along the
oute between the Pacific
and Fort George this
The other 2000 men
ie placed on the Peace
:tension of the line which
i started just as soon as
- are let.
pect to award the con-
r the construction of the
'iver mute by May 1,*"
art announced. "We
covi ring 100 miles of
. this summer and on
' ing on the entire
: 20 miles northeast
George under way in
ner of 1915. The exten-
i be finished and ready
'ation right through to
■rta boundary in 1916.
»_w_ most unique treks of the
homeseeker in the annals of im-
migration.     Tho   aettiera   left
Denver on a special train, which
brought the farmers, their families, livestock and effects to their
destination. The dining car
was supplied with milk and eggs
by the hens and milch cows on
the train. The settlers have
purchased twenty-seven ready-
made farms on the Canadian Pacific's irrigated tract near Bas-
sano.
 -    ■ -,....     ....     ,.i-iieieM*,euee    lee    jiui-
chase tlie. following described lunils:
Commencing at ei poat planted on the
N.E. bank <>f the Kinlay river, nliout 13
mile's upstream from Kurt Qraham and
one mile cast, marked .1. A.'s s.W. cor-
ner, thence east SO chains, thence nortii
Sli chains, thence west 80 chains, thencc
seiutli .so chains to peeint of commencement, containing (ilo acres, more or less.
JOHN ANDERSON.
JOHN' MacDONELL, Agent.
I'iiIc.I 22nd .lulv, linn.
foi
:ion
Froi
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Port Georp-o Lnml DiBtrlct,    District
of Peace River
TAKE nolice thai John New of
Vancouver, B, <•„ clerk, Intends
lo apply for permission to nurchaae the following described lauds*
Conimencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Finlay River
about forty-three uiiles from Its
mouth, marked ",f. N.'s s. \v. Corner"; thencc easl su cliains; thence
north 8(i chains; thence wesi SO
chains; thence sum li Su chains to
point of commencement, containing
64 0 acres, mon* or loss.
JOHN NEW, Applicant.
JOHN MACDONELL, Agent
July 17th, Hit:*!.
rort Woorere -ar.rt Dietrlet. District of
TAKE notiee' that David Elder of Vancouver, Ii. ('., teamster, Intends to
npply leu- permission tee purchase the
following described lands:
''"i 'neiii;; eel a pnst planted on the
N.E.' bank of tin. Kinlay rlvcr, about 13
miles upstream from Kurt Oraham anel
mai keel 1). K.'s S.W, coiner, thence east
SO cbains, tbence north sn cbuins, llience
west 80 chains, moro eer less, to the
river, tlicnce- following the course of the
river tee peiint of commencement^ con-
tatning (Hit acres, more or less
DAVID ELDER,
JOHN MacDONELL, Anent.
Dated 22nd Julv, 1H13.
Tort Soorge L-uirt District. District of
Peace Biver,
TAKE notice that Arthur S. Percy of
Vancouver, B. ('.. broker, intends to
ipply for permission to purchase the
following described I mils:
Commencing at a. pusi planteei on tbe
■V}■'. bank of the I 'nlay river, about IB
miles upstream from Kort Graham,
marked A. S. I'.'s N.W. oorner, thence
oasi 80 chains, suum su chains, west 80
chains, more or les**, to the' river, thence
following tho course of llu* river to point
of commencement, containing ISO acres.
--, — ~., «... eeijiiuuu, uroKer, :
intends to apply  for  permission  to
purchase    the    following    described
lands:
Commencing at a post plantod
about a quarter of a mile east of the
east bank of thn Finlay Itiver about
thirty-eight miles from its mouth,
marked "J. S.'s S. W. Cornei";
thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement; containing G4 0
acres, more or less.
JOHN SMALL, Applicant.
JOHN  MacDONELL,  Agent.
July 17th, 1913.
Fort George Lund District.    Districl
of Peace River
TAKK notice that James White
of Vancouver, li. C, occuiiation,
Laborer, intends to apply for permission to purcliase the following de*
scribed  lands:
Commencing at a posl planted on
lhe easl bunk of the Finlny River
alioul forty-four miles from Hie
mouth, marked "J. W.'s S. W. Corner"; thence east SO (.'hains; thence
north 80 cbains; thenee wesl 80
chains; thence suulh 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
JAMKS WHITE, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 17th, 191,1.
rce V,
ve 10,
tire i
•mina
j* ii
iutd !
VlT t"
itracl
•We«
Port George Land Distiict.    District
of Peace Kiver
TAKE notice that I, .Stanley Johnson Wilson, of Vaneouver, Ii. ('., Contractor. Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted
about four miles north and two miles
west of the bead of Deserters' Canyon on the east bank of the Finlay
River, and marked "S. J. W., S.W.
Corner Post," thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to point of commencement;
containing 040 acrps. more or leBB
STANLEY JOHNSON WILSON.
Sept. 1, 1913.    Garfield Smith. Agent
Port Qeorge I.unl District,    District
of Pence Itiver
TAKE notice that I, Rose Elizabeth Wilson, of Vancouver, B, C,
Spinster, intrmd to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencine; at a post planteei
about four miles nortb and two miles
west of the head of Deserter's Canyon and on the easl bank nf Ibe
Finlay River and marked "R. E. W..
S E. Corner Post." thence wesl So
chains, thence north 80' chains
thenee east SO ehains, thenee soulh
SO chains to noint nf commencement:
containing fiJO neres. more ne* less
POSE 'PLI7AT.Ti.TH WIT-SON.
|3e.if    1     1011        ("livflnlel   <3*i*Slll      t^n.-t
Dated
AliTlirit  S.   PERCY.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
July, 1913.
Tort George Land District. Distriot of
Pence Biver.
I AKE   notice   that   John Cook ton   of
Vancouver,  B. (
master
lie'.-   foil,,
ii.' mile'
er, ther
w
manner,
ir permission to pur-
: described lands:
i i 'st planted on the
'inlay rlvcr, ahout 1.5
un Fort Graham and
ked .1. C's N.W. cor-
chains, thence south
the'ne'u
li
Fort George Land District.    District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Clarence C.
Burke, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation, Insurance broker, 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-nine miles from its
mouth, marked "C. C. B.'s S. W.
Corner"; thence east 00 chains;
thence nortli 80 chains; tiience west
80 chains, more or less to river;
thence following the courBe of the
river soutii to point of commencement; containing 480 acres, more or
less.
CLARENCE C. BURKE, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 17th, 1913.
Fort Oeorge Land District. District
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Alfred A. Paterson, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation, Engineer, intends to apply for
permission to purchaso the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the east bank of the Finlay River
about   thirty-eight   miles   from   the
moutb,   marked  "A.  A.   P.'s  S.  W.
Corner";    thence   eist   20   chains;
o. thenee north 80 chains; thence wesl
JOHN COCKTON.  "160 cliains. more or less to the river;
MacDONELL, Agent, 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.
Fcrt Ocorg-e land Dittrict.    DiBtrict of
Peace River.
TAKE notice that Vernon D. Dennlson
of Vancouver, ll. ('., broker, intends
tei apply for permission to purchase the
toilowing described lamls:
Commencing at a peest planteei on the
N.E. bank of the Finlnv river, about 16
miles upstream from Fort Qraham and
two miles east, marked V, D. D.'s N.W.
corner,   thei easl   SO  ehalns,   thence
south  SO chains,  tlee'iie'C  wost 80 chains,
thrnce north 80 chains to point of commencement, eontaining  010  acres,  morel
or less.
VERNON D, DENNISON.
•li'UN MaoDONELL, Agent.
Dnted 22nd July   1913.
Port Oeorge Land Diatrict. District of
Peace Biver.
TAKE notice that Hartford R Socles'
if Vancouver, occupation miner, Intends
to apply feer permission to purchase thc
toilowing described  lands:
Commencing at a post planteei on the
N'.E. bank of the Finlay river, about 11
niles upstream from Fort Grnham and
one mile east, marked H. B. S.'s N.W.
orner. thence east 80 chains, thence
south SO chains, thence west 80 ehalns,
tlicnce nortii SO chains to point of com-
inencement, containing 010 acres, more
or less.
HARTFORD R. SEELET.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Hate-el 23nl Julv, 1913.
Port Oeorge Land District. District of
Peace Biver,
TAKI" notice- that .luhn Noyes of Vancouver, occupation miner, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the fol-
(owlng described lamls:
Commencing at a peest planteei on the
V B. bank of the Finlay river, ahout 11
iniles upstream from Fort Graham and
two mile's cast, marked J. N.'s N.W. corner, tlicnce cast 80 chains, south SO
'halns. thencc we-st SO chains, thence
•tor;'* so chains to point of enmmenee-
nent, containing CIO acrcs, mor ,"er less.
J'HP'   S    e\ [Tg,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
' al id 23rd Julv, 1913.
lion
in i'i
ii
rort Omit* Land Distriot,   District of
Peso* Xlver.
TAKE notico that Paul Roy of Vancouver, B. C, cook, intends to ap-
ply for permission to purchast tho folio    '
?oit Qecrjf
I "111   D'elViCt.
Pei:e river.
Distiict of
■lie!
nelle. r.
n    lei
>ur
lowing described lands:
[All
'lir;
tion
Vi
lh,
Mr
be rushed on a
50 miles from Fort
connect with the por-
under construction
-linton, and on the oth-
;s to be let this sea-
Stewart added.
'• ''■'■i.aisHiico party is now
' north of Fort George
; the Pine River Pass,
bating surveyors will be
' ' the field for the pur-
': inning lines early next
''■ ''In' proposed extension
probably run northeast or
west from Fort George for
'n distance in order to ob-
'a.'' grades.
Plans already outlined pro-
r°r the completion of the
"in between Fort George and
'''■' Lake. a distance of 280
«t summer, at the same
. it is estimated that the
jjmish-Horseshoe Bay line will
ed, Bridges are now
,!' erected and track is being
°f Squamish, and all
1 "'tween the Howe
erminal and Pemberton
s expected to be com-
u''y in June. Grading
,'1' now working near
. *0 from North Vancouver,
othor side of Lillooet,
N.E,
..( plnnl,.I
ll
Bl
i,I
ie   from  I'e.M Oraham am
iiie, miles east, marked P. it's S.W. corner, thence cist 80 chains, thence nun
su chains, thence west sn chains, thenci
south  mi chains  tee point of commence
ment, conlaining CIO acres, more or less.
PAUL ROY.
JOHN MacDONELL, .-Vent.
Dated :2nd July. 1913.
3ing
nd i
hlnws
*d
gs
BANQUET TO SETTLERS
1;asS|*uo, Alta., board of
last week officially wel-
Uil*> a banquet the eighty
Collins Addition
This is the closest-in sub-division
to Soath Fort George, being situated
about a quarter of a mile west of
the Post Office, bordering on the
townsite, mnl comprises some of the
finest river frotege lots In tho distiict. It is close to tho school and
churches, and will be in good demand for home sites in the near
future.
] have about 20 lota in this district,
most of which ure 50-foot lots-the
only 50-foot lots in the district.
These can be subdivided into 25 or
33-foot lots. They are situated in
the best part of this district, some
of them being in Blocks 5 to 22, both
inclusive. The rivcr frontage lots
are only 25-foot lots, but ofTer a
splendid view, nnd present purchasers will in a short, time demand
a big profit on these lots.
I would sell any number of either
25 or 50-foot lots on terms over two
years. Anyone agreeing to build on
these lots wil bin the next six
months can buy these lots with a
very small cash payment, without
further payments until buildings are
completed. This is a splendid opportunity for the small contractor,
or for anyone desirous of obtaining
a good building Iol upon which to
erect a home immediately. Remember thnt this is the cheapest property in the districl. Por prices and
terms apply Post Oflice Box !88,
Edmonton, Alta,
Finlay
larked
ed lands:
lanted on  the
ver, ahout  IT
e Iraham an 1
S's S.W. cor-
thence north
'It    of
. them
menl
eneleiinin;
14 res   mnre or less.
JOHN STEVENSON.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dnted 21st Julv, 1913.
THIRD AVENUE
South Fokt 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 appreciate n for
the large patronage in the
past.
F. C. WILSON.
In this space will
appear weekly announcements of new
specialties in the culinary department.
Port Geo:*?e _and District.    District of
Peace River.
TAKK notice that Lauchlan McLeod
of l''">.'iju\e'i'. occupation hotel clerk, In-
e,,, only  for permission  to pur
chasi   i.        Uowing described lamls:
Comm .'lug at a post planted on the
v i:. hank of the Finlay rivor, ahout II
mile's upstream frnm Fort Qraham.
marked L. McL.'s N.W, corner, theno*
east SO chains, Iheuce senith SO chains,
ih.nu*,' we'st ::u chains, more or less, to
river, thence following the course of
river to point of commencement, eon-
taining tsu acres, more eer less.
LAUCHLAN MeLEOD
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Doted DSrd July, 1913.
Port George Land District.    District of
Poace River.
TAKIO notice that Malcolm James
Morrow, of Vancouver, B, C, logger,
Intends to apply for permission to pur-
chase the following dosorlbod lands:
Commencing al a peesi planted on the
N.E, hank of the Finlay river, aheeut fi
mile's upstream from Fort Graham and 1
mile east, marked M. J. M.'s S.W. corner,
thence east 80 chains, thencc noith SO
,'halns. Ihe'iu'e* west SO chnins, thence
south 80 chains lo pe.int of commencement, containing (IIU acres, more or less.
MALCOLM JAMES JIDHItiiW.
JOHN MacDONKLL, Agent.
Dated 28rd July, 1913.
Fort Goorge Lund Diatrlct.    District of
Peace River.
TAKK notice that Hugh Murray of
Vancouver, B. C, teamster, Intends
to apply for pcrinlssion to purchaso the
following described lanels:
Commencing at a post planted nn thc
N'.E. hank ,*>f the Finlay river, ahout 9
mips upstream from Fort Graham,
marked II. M.'s S.W. corner, tlicnce cast
SO cliains. ilu'iu'c north SO chains, thence
west SO chains, thence seeeilh SO chains
in iHiint nf commencoment, containing
il id acre's, more or less.
111'OH MURRAY.
.MUX MacDONKLL, Agent.
Dntotl '-'3rd July, 1013.
Fort George La ml District,    Dlitriot of
Fence River.
TAKK notice that Frank Clayburn of
Vancouver, U. C, tinsmith, 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, ahout li
nulls upstream from Fort Graham,
marked F. C's s.K. corner, tlicnce nortii
80 e'halns, thence -vest 20 chnins, more
or less, to the rlvcr, thence following
Iln' courso eef the' rlvcr to point of commencement, contnining 100 acres, more
or less.
PRANK CLAV11URN.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
Dated 23rd July, 1913.
Fresh
Beef
Mutton
Meats vam!
      Veal
Wholesale and retail
THE 8. C, MEAT MARKET
FORT GEORGE AND
SOUTH FORT GEORGE
FOR CLEAN SPORT GO TO
IHE BON TON
Bowling Alleys
Our standard Brunswick-Balke Alleys j
affoid the Delightful sport of Bowling, j
LADIES' DAY.
Tuesdays rnd Fridays, between 2 and i
5, the Alleys are reserved for Ladies, j
SOFT DRINKS & CONFECTIONERY i
JERGENSON & ROY
1_ U JM_JSJ_.lt
SASH In any qllantity' DOORS
Building Papers Ready Roofiings
SHINGLES
Store Fronts Cottage Front Windows
WOOD
Four-foot Wood      -     -    $3.75 per cord delivered
Fort George Trading&Lumber Co., Ltd.
Phone II C.   MCELROY, Phone U-
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, Manager. FORT GEORGE.
A. J. S. WILLSON
(Late Roberts, Jonus & Willson)
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
HAMILTON AVENUE, SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C.
Phone 2, South Fort George P.O. Box 23, South Fort George
Prince George Lots for Sale
LISTINGS INVITED
Buy Improved Land and save the 4 per cent. Wild Land Tax
IMPROVED Lands for Sale in Fort George District
70 Acres on Fraser River;  good house, chicken house and run, stables,
piggery, etc.
30 Acres within 3 miles of G.T.P.  Depot; good  house, outbuildings,
large fenced garden.
40 Acres on lake shore;   good house,  two gardens, chicken house, root
house, etc.
Several ranches of 160 acre?, Crown granted land, all improved.
Two good sub-division propositions, full particulars on a .'lication.
HOUSES FPU SALE
Two well-built residences in South Fort Georg.* FOR SALE.
A charming Bijou Bungalow in Central Fort Ce        FOR SALE.
E. L, WEIGHT
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.
P.O.
Box 60
Central Avenue, Fort George
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
Build Yourself a Home
The advances made by llv building trade in this city nre in conformity with theffenerallv
improved facilities ul Bupply. It is now possible to secure every requisite here for the build
ir.Rof a modern, up-to-date home at rca^»i.:tlp|c prices. 1 can deniirn and build your fut_tw_
home to suit your ideas.   LET US TALK IT OVER. OR WRITE IWWMtWt
BREWSTER AND PELHAM
P.O. Box 17. South Fort George. B.C.
(Z
AMERICAN PLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Corner Hamilton & Third
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
South Fort George, B.C.
Rates $2.50 .end $8
Monthly and weekly ratM •■ ■■•
         Plication
Best of wines,
Iquors and cigars
V__*
Albert Johnson,
PeT*B.
J. F.  CAMPBELL
CIVIL ENGINEER
British  Columbia  Land  Surveyor
Land Agent       Timber Cruiser
Representing GORE & MoGKEGOR, Limited
McGregor Building, Third Street, SOUTH
FORT GEORGE. B. C,
LUMBER
Having recently established a
lumber mill here we are prepared to deliver rough lumber
of any dimension,
Ordway &  Wakeley
Ncwland, b. c.
GEORGE   HESS
Practical Boot & Shoe Maker
Repairing a Specialty.
My Motto: Neatness and Despatch.
Water Front (next to Prince George
House), South Fort George
T. G. JONES
Solicitor and Notary Public.
Fort George Trust Building,
FORT GEORGE. B.C.
C. F. McDonald     C. G. Burke    J.G
PHONE 90
HELLO!
Northern Livery &
Transfer Stable*
Fully equipped to handle all
commercial work.
Freighting and Draying
of all kinds.
Hack        Stage        Dray
Hack Service
First-class Landau for hire
at all hours.   Reasonable
charges.
fl»i» 15 Al. YOUNt, I
T the  Swift  Canaa
said thi
icking
the price of
iada would
|ar a pound m a g0 ;.h
10   purcliase   mi'   mi-   puruuuBB     uie    luuowillg     QeBC
id l.uuls: '• lnnds:
a   post pl
north
the head
aouth, marked I sorters'   Canyon,   ami   on   U
"b"s S   W. Corner"; thence east  bank of the Finlay River and m
'chains;  thence norlh 80 chnins;   ed    "It.    S„    N.W." Corner    Pi
si SO chains; thonce south ; thence easl 80 chains, them
Addressing the Winnipeg Ad °Commcnc)ng  a*   ,,  post   planted     Commencing   at
,e i. \\- ]!, Inprain. 01 ,lluiul  ,,.,  1M p. Basi of the east bank iabout two miles no
vevtlSing oluUi    •    ■ p-jnlay   River,  ahont  forty-  four miles west of
c.,.;rt     r:li;aUKin      l llul   *• . "    ■    le.   .„,,„ele     linrkpri lanrtpi's'    f'anvnn      n,
Company,
beef in Western
, , ,„, w a dollar a pwiiu '" " gD chains to |.
he "1 ',*., . ... ,,.,, n(it pontainins 640  icres, more or iess.     iinence n
few years ii conditions weit, -   pATRICK BANOn, Applicant   commenc
'  i   \i,. Incram defended mux MacDONELL, Agent,     more or
cl,ang v„ aeainst the charge Jul, nth, 1918.
il],> packers .i.u.i'"''
'nnnabilitv of the high cost port George Lai
of responsi"    . i-Dt„n_ of Peace   River Port George Lnnd District.    Disliii
nf living. Western Canada stood    „AKE |U)!jri, that Blwood rlark. | ,.,. |v.u.(, Riv(JI.
,,f the list as a meat- son of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, |    TAKE    notice    that I, John Mc
thence
\lltli.
. Agl nl.
ommencement; 180  chains,  thence  west  80  chains, Pott (Joe
moro or less.     j thence north  SO  chains lo  point  ol T>I-K
encement; containing 640 acres \;anCo ,\
less. ,       ,.lv
RANDOLPH  SIMNS
7 ! Sept. 1, 1913.   Garlield Smith. Age nl
District:     	
ct.    District of
r  il   ' '1 "1,S   of
iorer,   IntendB
i . pure iasi  the
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in dl Kinds of
"wed
GOODS DELIVERED n-n
PARTS OF CITY ° ALL
Butter, Cheese, Eggs;
Highest Prices ^tUj^^i^^
rort George and South Fort George.    n>.a«
I" on-.' 3S
at lhe top - Barter, Intent s to appiy tor peruim- [Grata, of Vancouver, B. C, Laborer,
eating country, ana againut ^"»js*on  I0  purchase the following  de- intend   to   apply   for  permission   to
"i ,1,, i'.i,'M)viI Western Can- scribed lands; purchase    tho    following    described
Stood the iau w<"       _        _               Commencing al a post plantod on ianas;
ada   laily  •'■K'1'1'  an   increas|ng  the east   bank  of  the  Finlay  Rivor commencing   at    a    post planted
intinn without an increasing ahont    forty-two    miles    from    its about  two  miles  north    and    Eoui
population VelUiuu                            \m0u_x, marked "E. C.'s S. Vf. Cor- nlik,s ,vest from the head of Deger(
supply of live si'
diction was equ;
\': ited Stated.
Mr. Ingram coi
discrimii ate ■ i
A half :■ li     ■
durii. thi '     .
dressi hveij I
Ifthes   :■ es ...
io liw ■ •- teei
years, and had
would have yielde
This pre-
V tl'lie of   the   north   81
,HHI\ M.i
.limed the in-
iter of calves.
'1 been killed .1
■ar. averaging Fort Georg
sixty pounds.     TAKK ,.,
been allowed son of v.>r
nonths or two ^■Z'Z:'.
.■en  fed, they scril   ' '
at least six ,,,,' °J     M
hundred pi f beef, a suffi- about fort
cicnt quantity to have fed every '^'.Z' r,s!
man, womai and child in Winnipeg for six years.
so cliains;  ihenoe* BTS>  (/a,1V0n,  an(3  011   t|u,   Wl,st
s:   thence    wost    80 0f the Finlav River,    and    marki I
south   80   ihains   to "j.  i[c0, X.K.  Cornor  Post,"  thenci
neement,  containing somi*   so  chains,  thence    west    80
or less, chains,    thence    north    80    chains
■ARKSON, Applicant, thence  oust   So  chains   to  poini   o
iXELL, Agent. commencement; containing 04n acrei
;  | more or le ss.
tnd Dislrict. Districl ^IllS McGRATH
eace ij!Vrr Sept. 1, 1913.    Oarfield Smith. Agi I
lhat Edward G. Carl-   -——— ;      ......        T7~
eer   B  ('.occupation.   Port George ^antl Olstilct.    District
■'• ■•■   innlv for por- . "' Peaeo Rlver
TAKE    notico    that     I, John   K.
inle'iiils
liase tho
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C.
General Hardware and Sheet Metal Worker,
All kinds of tin and sheet Iron work done
Camp Stoves, Hot-air Furnaces, Etc
Sole Agents Najjel-Chase Celebrated Gasoline Ligl bii
'II v\.\\.
ll.!.,   .VKe'lll
ii the following de
a ] ost planted on
the  Finlay  River,
e   from   Its  month.
'« S. Vf. Corner"
Archibald, of Vancuuver, ll. ('..
Carpenter, intend to apply for per-
I mission to purchase the following de-'
scribed lands;
Commencing   at    a    post planteei
hence'north  •••JlM"   ,wn  miles north    and    four
ill
cl
si   80  chains:
is to point of
nlaining 64 0 acres
commenci mei
r ,' ■   or li ss.
EDWARD G CARLSON, Applicant
'■   ''■-' MacDONELL, Agent.
Julj  17th, 1913, 	
nd District.    Distric
ace Itiver
PROGRESSIVE EDMONTON
Edmonton, March 18.—Labor-It!
ers, mechanics, housemaids and Fort t,l",'~
clerks Will have the privilege Of      TAKE    not        thai    William    R. iSept. 1, 1913.   Garfield Smith, Agei
playing golf, tennis and other !■;!,';''jv^ b""^^ I)is,,u
outdoor games side by side with for permission 'to purchase the fol-
miles wost fiom the head of Deserters' Canyon, and on the west side,
of the Finlav River, and marked
"J, R, A., S.W. Corner Post," thenee
nortii So cliains, thence east Sn
chains. Ihenee soutii SO chaii:.;.
thence wosi 80 chains to point of
commencement; containing 64 0 aire'
more or li ss.
IOHX  H.  ARClliriAl.n
roit G
T ' K
K.----_-_________.____^______^__*_^_0>_.w_W->-_
District of  <S    «_,_ ,  _, ,]
-,,,.,4; Stock-taking SALE! I
ilea on the 3 We are going to reduce our stock to make room for 1
"tAZZZ S the new stock that we have on the way.   Therefore .
- n.w. cor. ji you will save money by coming here before you do \
b?thenoe A >'our buying-   Just drop in and look at the juices. ]
'4 __   |
I
I
i. ,.!■■ or lea
iv a i ns IN.
IXELL, Audit.   J
I Close & Brown Company, Ld,
A GENERAL MERCHANTS.
Ulstrlct  of   'A
"f 'a-  Laselle Avenue and Second Street
its   tl)
o   the
A
GENERAL MEL
South Fort George I
r,m&,zw.y,&tW&,x',x',!(r,&,ir,wM
millionai
season. '
ton take:
iciety folk this
■ity of Edmoii-
m of the golf
o wing
Come
ribed Ian
encing   at
links on the north bank of the mouth,
Saskatchewan river.
This and the establishment of 80 ch
stock yai •        an official ga-   '. ,■;
zette, thi   atti   ui der the' direc-
tioi of thi  city | ii ter, are the •;,';.,. ••
■•l
if Peace River
TAKIO nolice lhat I, Sidney Baysey,
post planted ':of Vancouver, B. C, Clerk, intend to
if a mile' east ''I''1'*'' lor permission to purchase thi
Finlay River Ifollowing descrihed lands:
i(. from irs Commencing at a post planted
R ' It 's S W iaheut two miles north and four milea
-•'   801   chains'' Iwes' lrom the head    of    Deaertere'
hence west
Canyon and on the west side of lho
th  go  Qhains Finlay  River,  and  marked  "S.   ll..
ci ment; contain-
■ or less.
iINEY, Applicant.
I.!.. Agont.
S.)'., Corner Post," thence west 8n
chains, thence north 80 chailis.
thence east 80 chains, thence south
SO chains to poiut of commencement;
containing 840 acres, more or loss.
SIDNEY BAYSEY.
Fort George Land liistrict.    District  Sept. 1, 1913.   Garfield Smith, Agent
of Peace River 	
TAKE notice that John ,T. Glllis of  Port George Land District.    Districl
Vancouver B. C, occupation. Logger, of Peace Itiver
li Ctric light and intonds to applv for permission to TAKE notice that I, Hugh O'Neill.
. ,..irin-r w!it0>.:Purchase the following described of Vancouver, B. C, Clerk, intend to
i,   i dMiig, waiei ijan(jg. , apply for permission to purchase the
I Utility plants. Commencing at a post planted ou |following described lands:
ithe east bank of the Finlav Rivver !     Commencing    at    a    post planted
about thirty-five    miles    from    its  abol|t -w0 mile9 WMt and four miles
Tort  Georrc  tivel
':' ' II .'     •     ■ ■   .
Vai   ou er,  B   I
iiiai owner-
Phe city al-
rates  the
.'anize a muni
ll',111
am
l.'l
iol
| e)
M  U
'a   N
cha
to pe
'i ac
e", \>
w.
llll
*ea,
,    **■-'
nt.
Elstrict
of
Hi
lee Il'l
of
inl
'nds
to
ore 1
ase'
the
thi
"'.'"'
1 1
'a   v
w
OS.
iii-
tl 1'
s,    111
ore
IIVI
..\vr
ELI
, Ar
•nt.
cipal .' '
with membership fee fixed at a
nominal amount. Meanwhile,
t:i" city will beautify the grounds
an I tl li i places on the
siti  v, as I ought from the
Hudson's Baj Company two
years ag for?250,000. An ideal
links hasbeei ..id out, and ten-
i is ' .-'-. cricket crease and
basi: all gn ui 'is are to be added
open to all, mouth, marked "J. J. G.'s S.W. ' *lor-h from the head of Deserters'
Corner"; ihonce east 80 chains; Canyon and on the east side of the
thence north So chains; thence west Finlay River, and marked "H. O'N..
80 chains; thence south 80 chains lx^v* Corner Post," thence east 8"
to point of commencement; contain- chains, thence south 80 chains.
Ing640 acres more or less. j thence west 80 chains, thence north
JOHN' .1. GILLIS, Applicant. ["O chains to point of commencement;
JOHN  MacDONELL,  Agent! : containing 640 acres,  more or loss
Julv 18th, 1913. HUGH  O'NEILL.
 i Sept. 1, 1913.    Garfield Smith, Agent
I*ort George Land District.    District'
Port Georrre I,"iul District,    Diatrlct of
Pence River.
T 'IT   notice    e,ii' pv.ei'l   M.   OlIvCI
^f    Vancouver,   B.   C ,   printer,   In-
■•■: ela   to   appl ■   f '    '     ■   ;ssP ri   tee   pur-
THE ROYAL MAIL ROUTE
IMPERIAL EXPRESS i
(To be succeeded by the Inland Express Co., lid.)
Carrying Royal Mail, Passengers and Express to
Fort George, Quesnel ana Central British
Columbia points.
Instruct shippers to route your express "Via Imperial
Express Co." and it will receive prompt and careful
attention.
~ SEE OUR LOCAL AGENT FOB RATES.
Imperial Express Company
Head Office: Ashcroft,81
at !■: ce.
sion, wno is keenly interested in
providing healthful pastimes for
the people of Edmonton, said to-
daj that he will do everything
possible to make the new sport
> i the best equipped and
m°st ' : ete in the Dominion
of Canada.
"With the prevailing ideal
weathi i :i Millions," Mr. Harrison added, "we will be able to
of Peace River [Fort George l.anil District.    Districl
TAKI-: notic- that John T. Jenkins j "f l't',",e '*•■'•'••
of Vancouver, H. (.'., occupation ! TAKE notice that I, Rally Ed-
Logger, intenils to applv for permis- 'muntlsen, of Vancouver, Laborer, in-
sion to purcliase the following de-itenl- t0 a*1!''}' for Permission lo pur-
scribed lands: j chase the following described lands:
Commencing   at   a   post   planted      Commencing   at   a   poet planted I
f I nbout rein- mile easl of tlir* east bank ' about four miles norlli and two miles
TISon,   Head  Ol  of tlu, r..;n*3    ;..;,. ;il , t!)j"rty.fjVf. ; west  from  the head   of   Deserters
arkets COmmis- miles from Its mouth marked "J. T. Canyon on the east bank of the Fin-
J.'s S.W. Corner"; thence easl 80 ,a>' Ri*'er' al*<i marked "K. Iv. N.E ;
chains: thence nonh 80 chains; Corner Post," thence south 80
thence west 80 chains; thence south 'hains, thence west 80 chains, thence
80 chains to point of commencement; north 80 chains, thence east sn
containing 640 acres, more or less,   'chains  to  point of commeucemenl
rhw vI;i. M   eel iver,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
Dnted L2nd Julv, 1HI3.
Tort Georaro L"'.'fl District.    District of
Peace River.
T ' Ki: notle e  thai   ■■.:■■ i  Di lrli h of
Do not neglect a cold.   Stop the
cough and build up the system to
ensure a perfect cure.
You are safe when buying st
THE FORT GEORGE DRUG CO,
JOHN T. JENKINS, Applicant
JOHN   MacDONKLL,  Agent.
Julv 18th, 1913.
Fort Oeorg
TAKIO n
containing  640 acres,  more or less.
KALLY EDMUNDSBN,
Kept. 1, 1913.   Garlield Smith, Agent
.and Dislrict.    District |Fort George Land District.    District
I'eaee' River °f Peace River
" tttat .Mary A. Peter j    TAKE notice that Alfred Lambert,
Vancouver,     B.C.,    occupation, P' Vancouver, Ii. C, occupation, bar-
plnsler,  Intends  to apply  for  per-  Der* Intends to apply for permission
lisslote in purchase the following de-  t0 purchase the following described
•ribed  lands: lands:
Commencing al a post planted on      Commencing at a post, planted m,
.,  bank  of the  Kinlay Hiver,   'he  east  bank  of the  Finlay   Hivei
...iirler    mile    norlh    of    Fort  about    twenty-eight   miles   from   Ib
ind it is planned to IOrahame, marked "M, A. P.'s S. W. mouth   and   one-quarter   mile  oast,
linir in rpfldinpas fnr Corner,"   them ist    80   chains, marked   "A.   L.'s   B.   W,   Corner";
"        cau iess LUJ  thepce nortb sn chains; tbence west thence ''ast 80 chains, thence north
.   Skating and   **"ilii',*. ■:,   .■■  snuth' So chains, to lS"  cliains,  thence west   80   cliains
i. containing thence south 80 chains to poinl of
t
:-T__5_S-___E__B_J
Tort Geor
T \ KI:
if   Vane
Diatrlct.    District of
Fort George
Steam Laundry
begin  construction  work  in  a''1
shorl ii
Ski inclines mav
in-' b, more nr less,
"e duaea next winter, MARY a. peter. Applicant.
  JOHN MacDONKLL, Agent.
AIHABASCA  POWER. fori George Land District.    District
Representatives of the firm of    TAKH   ^Z'^ZZmain   .,.
omun, I., rr}  a  ('hase, of Tor- Young of Vancouver, B, ('., occupa-
onto, are  mak i i  an insneetion i''011, Mil1 '"""' inl"mls ,0 aPP'y for
■   an inspection oermisslon to purchase the following
ol  water   power in   Athabasca described lands:
Kiver,  al  Grai i   R&niih   Alta Commencing   al    a    post planted
..   '    . ''  ualJlll's.  •ft*'«'aM Ubout one mile east of the east bank
witn a view to erecting a plant, of   the   Piniay   River  and   about
estimated to cost from $6,000,000 .f.0wyjn .VZZ[^Z)i..!".Zi..ir.
to $10,000,000.   The lease of the past 80 chains;   ,,,,.,„.,,   Iwyth   g0
site is held byH. W. Adcock, of '' :    thence
Winniue
I. S. Kerry, a im in
ns io pmnt  of com-
on taining   04 0   acres
Toronto firm, said lo-     "'ZutZ,'i ,t. youno, Applicant.
day it will be possible to tran-
mit power from the rapids to Edmonton. 175 mile?. He expects
to submit a proposition to the
JOHN  MacDONELL, Agent.
'nl    17th, 1913.
pill.) if v ( I i •
m mic i a ;•■
few da; b     •. I
offer t'   e
to tin   mu n
r
mem of h   ":':.'"'..'" N
I'.'im nti n in a
wi , inch de an . , ','
:r it a low rate     i m     i cli
liti at Ue city ,',!' ii„'"i''"!i
limils for transmission to con- th mih   i
sumers over the city's HneB. At "'' M vv s"''
present the city is generating ,',',','"','".!''''.' '
electricity at a steam plant.  The south BO cln
power is used for illumination "" " •
purposes and operating Street,mo™ ,?F l!SB.
cars and machinery in minuLc
Fori Oi 'ii i'" Land Dislrict.    District
of Peace itiver
TAKK    notice    that" Carl   M.   W.
Ichlot: of V ■ couver, ll. C, occupa-
■   11' use  Keeper,    In-
for   pormisBlon    to
■' lho    foliuwing   described
at a post planted
'• isl of the east bank
River, about torty-
in ils mouth, marked
3 W. Corner"; tbence
thence north 80
weal 80 chains; Ihenco
is to point of com**'
miainliig   640   acres,
SCHLOTZ, Applicant.
' "i"..'  Agencies in South Fort George;
r Fairbank's Barber Simp, in York
'.'".,,,. \... _i Merriam's Pool Hall. ...
commencement, conlaining 640 acres
more or less.
ALFRED LAMBERT, Applicant.
JOHN' MacDONKLL, Agent.
July 18 th, 1913,	
Fort  tieorge  Land   District.     Disirici
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Oeorge Stewarl
of Vancouver, Ii. ('., occupalion.
waiter, 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 thii'tytwo miles from ils mouth,
marked "J. S.'s S. W. Corner";
tlienco west 80 chains, more or less
to river, thence south following the
course of the river to point of commencement, containing 4 80 acres
more or less.
GEORGK STEWART, Applicant.
JOHN MaoDONELL, Agent.
July  18th,  1913.
Ton Qeorjo
District of
r.ellll'le   11 of
longer, In-
lOtl     lee     pill*.
fJoffercamp's Bathrooms
Second .Street.
McVetty's Pool Hall
Riverside.
el   on   till-
nbout 21
iiuin and
Vf. cor-
ice s ii
". thencc i
CALLS MADE DAILY
o,   or icbb.  1*2*.
;i:i.i„ Agent, '■
turing establishments. JuiyTthfloa^^ ^
Fort George Land Dislrict. District
of Peace River
TAKE notice thai Edward William
McKay of Vancouver, ll. c. occuDfl
Hon, Traveller, intends to apply for
riermiRslon ,0 "urchase the follOiVing
described lands:
Commencing at a posl planled i
about a quarter of a mile east of the !
east bank nf the Finlay River aboul
32 iniles from ils mouth, marked
"E. \V. McK.'s R.w. Corner"; thence
east. 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 8u chains, thonce
souiii 80 chains lo point of commencement, containing (MO acres
more or less.
EDWARD WILLIAM McKAY,
Applicant.
JOHN MacDONKLL, Agent.
July 18tb, 1913.
■'ii.i  I   1-1
.V.   Vf.   coi
Foe't Geor;ej
T W"   • all
rt,    IliBtrlct of
■  i lei or.
borer, In-!
'  '    le,   pur- ;
.. ■ lands:
plnnled on  the
iy   river  aboul
Fort   Graham
111,,. I   .1.    Mel l.'s !
tlicnce w.'si  SO
i Ins ie. polnl
:   it I. in acres,
IN \I.H.
,l LL, Agenl
Kort fiecei'iie., H.C. Vlctoiin, H.C.
P. P, Burden, Mjjt. F. C. C,ro<en, Mgr.
Nclmeii, ll.C.. A. II. (ireon, Me/r.
Green Bros., Burden _ Co.
Civil Eigineers, Dominion t B. C. Land Surveyors
Surveys of Lands, Mlnen. Town»IUis. Timber
Limits, Etc.
O'Flablyjjg
Apples
Oranges
Lemons
Finnan Haddie
Hamilton Avenue - South Fort G«r|*
SMITH'S
CBEAM WAFFl^ *°®1
Bmnllton Aven«
It's the Fresh basu
It's till* Iiiu'. :
H's the Butler
It's the Meal bpcaan
It's the Baked :sp
It's the Pure Mm      r'
ft'a the Honey inicomu
It's thc Pie t'lllst
D's tin Service
It*- the !'->' ,n'll,I, service
Motto: Qual.ti
Diatrlct of
.11 ' I I .*
Daliel 22ml July,
hi'!',    ill!
■   i hase I
I ' n 11...
ntemil   IE
*i:i.i.. Agent.
City Express and
,.„:j Cartage Company
Express Delivery
Baggage Transfer
General Draying
C. T. RUSH   -   Proprietor
PHONE 61
can buil.J .v"!'.1    polev
now at the mimou"
pense
Nu buil
,.     ;* loo li"tc
Sl to receiv*
or ireful attention.
. furiiis1"0.
our i
i niBn3 ii"
Blue print' and
Gel our e'siw"'
Bronger 4
,.      ,rs nml 1
,„  ,tll'*rS
Contractors 8nuR j,
SOUTH F0K1 (.W
____■■ rtltil/   VI    «.   I. I.
Pioneer Tells of Route  to  Be
Followed by Pacific Great
Eastern
Estate Broke
i»
Edmonton,
March   18.
e Edmonton, Dunvegan and
British Columbia railway and the
>acjf5c Great Eastern railway
,'iil be connected at the boundary
f Alberta and British Columbia,
-j both lines 01 e a'el by the
-.'   "ei upiiuilll,
"tends Id nun
permission to pure'
desoribed lamls:
Commencing al
mile easi or the
Finlay   Kiver  aboutToi
from its moutli, marked
Corner";    thence   eaBl
llience north 80 chains'
Tt,ot iso (;llilins; thenee south'
i ii.aipoiut or
the lollowing
t planted one
'unl. ol the
.v-une miles
'H. O.'s S.W.
80 chains;
1 hence' west
ku ohalns to
nt, containing
C4U acres, more
?n™T«°SN' APPHcant.
JOII.N   MacDONELL   ieenl
July 17th, 1913. '    h   L
Kort Oeorge
fie ci
eace
1st r
ihen
J, C,
ol   P
TAKE notice
P, is the news brought toj',^,,1,11',^.,^
"■ today by apioneerof ttie purchase   the
■   . , ti      ! lands:
River country,   who has     commencing
ime from Victoria. B. C, |about one and
he had an interview
government officials.
Lanil Dis
ice Iti
thai ,]
ct.    District
ver
ly
Iol
a I
i John Odeck of
•upation, Logger,
or permission to
owing    described
lie ulso S
ates that the route
pusi    planted
If inilcs east
with !of tho east lmlllt (,r Flnlfty "-'ver anil
wiwi,about forty-five miles trom ils mouth
| marked   ".I.   o.'s   S.   VV.   Corner";
thence easl. 80 chains, thence nortli
80  chains,  thence  west  so  chains-
f the Pacific Great Eastern ex- thence south go chains to poini of
1 . ,,        r> ii* eommencement, containing C4H acrei
ension  into the  Peace   River
v is now known to be as
ollows:
Starting from the confluence
f the Fraser and Salmon rivers,
■,*,1 |y at Willow river, on the
P, P, main line, it will follow
Salmon river as far as" Sum-
ii''
li
,,   lane, thence along the Crook -
iver, past Fort McLeod and Mc-
lake,   along
more or less.
JOHN ODECK, Applicant
JOHN  MacDONELL,  Agent.
July 16th, 1013.
District
ieod
hink;
nil a)
Olll'l
lal
ther
ary.
The
ttensii
astern
eavily
ji Colu
art w
finis!
lie
ie
Fort George Land DiBtrict
of Peace River
TAKE notice that Timothy Nugent
of Nanaimo, I!. C, occupation, Horso-
shoer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following descrihed lands:
Comnieneing   at   a   post   planleil
about one-half mile east of the east
bank of the Kinlay River and about
forty-five  miles  trom    its    mouth,
T.   N.'s   S.   W.   Corner";
...   — -» -__.»_,  .__..*. north
ig the Pine river, west Ot j 80  chains;   tbence  west  80  chains;
■v lake to Hudson's Hope, Ithenee soutl> 80 (,hairis to point of
, I commencement; containing 640 acres
cad of the navigation on [ more or less,
TIMOTHY NUGENT, Applicant.
JOHN   MacDONELL,   Agent.
Disti'ict
the  Missin-
iiver, through Pine Pass;"}!"'^  "T-snN'ls ,S'  w.
'llience east 80 chains; thenc
eace, after which it will j
v follow the Peace, on I
lank, to the Alberta boun-
boi
Kort George Land District
of Peace River
TAKIO nolice that Thomas Iledican
ot Courtney, B.C., occupation, Contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing   at   a   post   planteei
about one mile east or the east bank
of    tbe    Finlay    River   and    about
thlrtysevcn miles from   Its   mouth;
thin   three   months   and parked   "T.   H.'s    S. W.   Corner";
i .",.. ooi-i ™;i„„ ;., rU~nn  thence east gO chains; thence north
e.l for 330 miles in three, 80 c]ialns. thsnee wcst 80 cha!n3.
Il is said that the work thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement; containing 640 acres
more or less.
THOMAS HEDICAN. Applicant.
JOHN' MacDONELL, Agent.
July 15th, I'M",.
for this northern
of the Pacific Great
have been guaranteed
y the province of Brit-
ilia, construction must
construction i;o.
Building Contractors
Estimates given  on  all  kinds of Reinforced   Concrete  und   Brick   Work.
Materials Furnished.
Plans and Blue Prints on application.
Phone 37, SOUTII FORT GEORGE
Temporary Office—Corner Sixth  Ave.
and Vancouver St., Prince George.
D. F, M. PERKINS
NOTARY PUBLIC
Agent for Non-combine Fire Insurance.
Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Applications  prepared    for   obtaining
Pre-emption  Records,   Certificates of
Improvement, Crown Grant and Naturalization Papers.
Applications   for   Land   Registration
attended to.
Agreements ol Sale, Deeds, Wills, etc,
drawn.
Blair Block - South Fort George
FRANK W. WILSON
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public
Office : Blair Bldng., South Fort
George, B. C,
Branch Oflice : Central A v.,Fort George
L. P. ECKSTEIN
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Bennett Building
South Fort George,      -      B.C.
Alex. McEachern
Builder and
Contractor
Estimates given for all classes of work
Address: General Delivery,
SOUTH  !• OUT GEORGE
ill actually  start on  May 1.
is, of course, a well-known
ct thut the P. G. E. is a sub-
diary road of the G. T. P.
The E. D. & R. C. had its
inds guaranteed by a the Al-
rta government from Edmon-
n northwesterly to the western
pundary of the province. Steel
now laid Sawridge, or within
few miles of it, about 17.5 miles
'om Edmonton, and grading is
ell under way west of that.   It
expected that by next fall
eel will be laid to the Smoky
ver and grading finished on
wt branch which will go north
lound  lake  toward   Peace
i' Crossing, being built under
tie name of the Central Canada
aihvay,
rom I'eaee Hiver Crossing it
expected that the Central Can-
i will   be  extended on  the
Fort George Land District. District
of Peace River
TAKF. notice that Alfred T. Brett
of Vancouver, B.C.. occupation, foreman, Intends lo apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east hank of the Finlay River
about thirty-seven miles from its
mouth, marked "A. T. B.'s S. W.
Corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thence nortii 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence soutii 80 chains te
point of commencement; containing (14 0 acres, more or less.
ALFRED T.  BRETT,  Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18th, 1913.
Fort George Land Dislrict. District
of Peace River
TAKE nolice that Herbert M.
Leighton of Vancouver, B, i'.. occupation, clerk, Intends io apply ior
permission lo purchase the followin!'
described lauds:
Commenciiig at a post p! ml ■-'.
aboul l-l mile essl of the east bank
of the Finlay River, and alioul
Ihirly-six mileB from Its mouth
orth side of the Peace to  Dun-1 ta_rie_ "li. a. l.'s s. vy. Coruer";
. .        i Ihenee easl  Sll chains;  llience nurlli
Rill),   there to CrOSS   the  river! so  chains:   thence  west  80  chains;
'iii and connect with E. D. <_ !__.„e_.?°llth ,s" c'hai"s t0 polnt ot
C
contain   liti)   acres.
If the E. 1). & B. C, is to have
is' ami west connections, it
ould seem that the most feas-
' *vay to get them is either to Port (
ave ihe road operated or owned
the (J. T. P.   it would then,
commencement
more or less.
HERBERT M. LEIGHTON,
Applicant
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
July 18th, 1913,
Districl
llle
.and
if   I'i
I, ,
ive tin
il says
District.
River
TAKE  nolice  that   Daviel  Bloom-
I'icld of Vancouver, B, ('., occupalion,
.    .   .,    , i Tailor, iniends to apply for permls-
• •-. _.., be practically ; sion to purchase the following lands:
Commencing al a posl planted two
mile's east ol the i'iisi bank of the
Finlay River, one-quarter mile north
of Fori Grahame, marked "D. B.'s
S. W. Corner"; thence east SO cbains;
tbence norlh 80 chains: thence west
SU cliains: llience BOUth SO chains;
to point of commencement, containing li-lu acres, more or less.
DAVID  BLOOMFIELD, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
D. PENNES
OF PAWS
The Jewelry Manufacturer
Maker of Artistic
Gold and Platinum Mountings
Repair work of all kinds given
prompt attention.
Nugget Block       -       Third Street
South Fort Genrge
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
Have  two   three-room   Houses,
with   pantry,    fully  completed,
lots cleared and fenced.   Prices
SIPOO  and $2200
For   further   particulars   apply
H.WILSON, Mgr., Corner Laselle & Seventh
P.O. Box 64 SOUTH TORT GEORGE
ROOMS TO RENT
AT THE
Victoria Hotel
(Formerly Grand Union)
OPPOSITE CLUB CAFE
Third Street     -     South Fort George
transcontinental,
Peace River man who
his information to the Cap-
; that the country to the
nd west of the Peace,
-"-•son's Hope to Fort Vermillion
[A greatest lying out of door?.
I,e*i asked about the climate in
e climate in the Hudson's Hope
trict lie said he would rather
-' there than in Vancouver.
Benjamin Gregory
Aerated Water
Manufacturer
SPECIALTIES :
Dry Ginger Ale & Fruit Wines
Inla
'ort (
ither
'ucsel
lve
'bout 7
TRAIN SCHEDULE.
Depart
Monday 8 a.m. Tuesday
Wednesday    8 a.m. Thursday
Vt'uA' 8 a.m. Saturday
is and rigs   from   gout|,  port
' meet all trains.
(;* T. P. MAILS,
s going over G. T. P. must be
"' End of Steel Post Office, and
""""If "Ver railway must be ad-
'' "J,;nd of Steel, G.T.P. West,
STAGES.
''' Express Stages leave South
leorge for Quosnel, Ashcroft and
Points on the Cariooo Road every
»y and Friday at 4 a.m., and ar-
owy Wednesday and   Saturday
Fori George Lnml District.    Dislriel
nl  Peace Hiver
TAKB notice that 1, Victor Massi,
ot Vancouver, B.C., lahorer, inleiul
lo apply for permission to purchase
the  following  descrihed  lands:
Commencing at. a posl planted on
the west side of the Finlay Hiver
about one mile west of the junction
of Pusaca Itiver, and marked "\.
M„ N. W, Corner Post," thence easl
80 chaius, thence soutli SO chains.
tlienco west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains to point of commencenienl;
containing  G40  acres,  more or less.
VICTOR MASSI.
Sept. 1, 1913.   Garfield Smith, Agent.
Distrtct
MAILS.
M
°Z Momli|yn and Thursdays at 6
egi."
"ered at 5 p.m.
Port George I.aml Districl
Of I'eaee Hiver
TAKF notice that I.
Vinegar, of Vancouver, B.
er, intend to apply for per
purcliase    tho    following
iands: .    ,    , ,i •*,„
Commencing al a pos planti >
the west side of the Finlay River
about one mile west and one mile
north from the bead pl Dejeiters
Canyon, nnd marked "l"11"„,;p;,.;jn,'
Corner Post," theuce south 80 chains
thence west 80 chains, thence no.th
80 chains thence east 80 o&aine, to
point, of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or 'esB',TMim4T*.
LOUIS II. VINEGAR,
Aug. 30, 1913. Garlield Smith, Agent.
Louis   11.
C. lalmr-
nlsslon to
described
We have 1200 cords of mixed
dry wood.   Got to sell quick
and cheap.   Put your orders
with
CHAS. MALASSES, Northern Hotel
;.______-__*■*.____ _-.— __ "
A Do you contemplate g
A       BUILDING?        ►<
^ Then  inveslif?nte"ouv workmanBhip nnd    *
tA get our estimates
\       DANFORTH & H'IKNIS
*]   Ceenlracteiree j Ileeinilteen and    ..
A  nIid Bulldera I First Klrn-tn     |t
rw^w.^^^;^.'w.T«vV;jr.w_
I will be in Prince George with,
about Fifteen Cars of good TIMOTHY HAY. This hay is my
own product so will be direct
from the producer to the consumer. I can save you monoy,
so wait for this hay and see it.
I will arrive in a short time.
T. O. FELLAND
ap 4
Of our store by April 1st next as our new stock
of Hardware has arrived and the space occupied
at present by Groceries is needed for its display.
To secure Good Groceries at a price lower*than
they will ever be sold in this district get your
supply before April 1st, for positively
No Groceries will be sold out
of our stock after
Here are a few of our Prices:
Pure Lard, per n>.   .    i5c
Teas
Sockeye Salmon
2 tins for
35c
Upton's, Ridgway's, Tetley's
per lb. 40c
Karo Syrup
2 lb. Pails, each .      15c
51b.     "     " .      35c
201b.     "     " .    1.35c
Pork and Beans
Van Camp's, 1 lb. tin        10c
2 lb. tin        15c
French Peas and
Mushrooms
6 tins for .      .     1.00
Pure Flavoring
Extracts
2 oz. bottles . . 15c
4 oz. bottles . . 25c
8 oz. bottles . . 85c
16 oz. bottles . . 1.50
Maconochie Bros.
Scotch Kippered Herrings
Large tins 15c, 2 for 25c
Canned Meats
Roast Beef, Roast Mutton,
Corned Beef,   Cambridge
Sausage, 1 lb. tin       .      20c
2 lb. tin       .      35c
Pure Maple Syrup
Pride of Canada, quart tins 75c
Hunt's Canned California Fruit
Supreme Quality, 2 tins for 75c
Pickles
3 gallon pail .     2.40
5 gallon pail *  .     4.00
Crosse & Blackwell's, per jar 30c
OLIVES, per bottle ..     25c
Sweet Potatoes, per tin    .      25c
Rolled Oats, 8 lb. bags     . •    50c
Lyle's Golden Syrup, 4 lb. tins 35c
Keiler's Orange Marmalade
4 lb. tin 65c, 7 lb. tins   1.00
Terms: Cash with Order
No C. O. D. Orders Taken
THE-
Northern Lumber t Mercantile
Company, Limited
General Merchants and Lumber Manufacturers prince <«",1V " ,
als0 authorises agi
townsite olSnuther
Preparatory to ll
relisting of the i-
tho librarians i '
books belonging
turn them at once.
It has been I ■>';
the time of thi - ''
in St. Stephen^ (U
Par
. 011ni T?o,.l*,     ' Audits undertaken and complete slat
at ijjiuu aacn. mentg in analysed form made_
i franchise  auth-'Partnership accounts adjusted.
a  telephone and i A simple and ^complete system of
this district. The
to the
rary to re
; resent
Ei gland)
I  frl,,) the sale of this
cli will be used for the ex-
• syi tem in the town of
for
! Notice to Shippers & Traveling Men
Walsoi   '   !
light.
A lacrosse e i
to South Fort '
tions.   A   ml ■
Tl .   i  '
has been in  operation
tic institu-
ears i nd during  that  per-
l per  cent  annually,
,   erj   pre spect   that   the
...   ■       rosse   are
;    ri||   be  large.     This
■   i al Jermyn
.,,. - ■ .-: ,y even-
st ick is
of this dis
re ! only to residents
• . t, as  the directors   con-
''.'.' .'• *  '
ire a number
siiier it  in
Ihe  best  interests  of  the
jseplayei
company i
ive thia  issue  taken  up
With theintent
eti rtingamodel
.  pinker's ranch ad-
The con
pany'fl easy  payment  plan
.   M Gaghran  and
an i al) o
her  matters  in   connection
rt.* 1      I  ■
■ orning for
with this
c imp it:.- will be fully ex-
■ i topurchase
plained on
a .  ie ition to the company's
a herd i '■ al  11
They also intend
.• tl rtj mileh cows.
■ for chicken-
fiscal agei
manager.
BAIN&V
t   ur C.  A.  Gaskill,   local
i -■ IN, Ll 1., Fiscal Agents.
ilesmen apeak
Pl   lee- Gl
.. ,.:. : South Fort George.
counting  for  any particular busi-
upon reasonable terms.
Agent for
Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada.
Caledonian Assurance Company.
Rochester German Underwriters Agency.
Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corp. Ltd.
Telephone 52 Soulh.      P.O. Boi 43, Soulh Fott George
opportunity ;	
lie   utility. '
in the more
;erly sought
ecognizeits  Merchants and traveling men desiring
ire and the  prompt deliveries to trains, and G. T.
P. shipping  receipts,   can  place  their
business with
The Pony Express Co.
THIRD STREET, Opposite
Hotel Northern
M. A. STAFFORD & D. DUKE,
Phone 75       Proprietors
BREAD
2 loaves for 25c
AT THE
British Columbia, (deceased).
vul'liK is hereby given that all per-
* seetis having any claims or demands
against the late George Pickering, who
died on or about the fourteenth (Ilth)
day of April, 1918, at Fort George, in
the Province of British Columbia, are
required to send by post prepaid or to
deliver to the undersigned E.J. Avison,
of i} lesnel,   1! -'.,
Solicitor  for Clara
Pickering, a Iminis
Iratrix of the estate
of the  saiel  Geor
'V   Pickering,   their
names and Bddress
es and full particu-
lars in  writ me' o
f   their   claims   and
statements of the
r  accounts and the
nature' of their se*e
.iritv   (if  anv) held
bj them, verified 1
y statutory declara-
And lak,/ notice
thai   after  the first
list) day of April,
1914. the said Clara
Pickering will proi
!••' 1 tn e'.istribute the
assets of the said
leceased  among the
persons entitled th
ereto, having regard
only to ihe claims
e.l which  she  shall
then have had nol
ce1, ami that she will
met be liable for ti
e said assets or anv
part thereof to an
, persons  of   whose
claims she shall no
t then have received
notice.
Dated al Qui sn<
1, B.C., this 7th day
of February, A.D
1914,
I
I). J, AVISON,
Quesnel, B.C.
Sulii'itoi
for Clara Pickering,
••.,ar_.\;
Executrix.
SOLE  AGENTS FOR
•.i..^_r
Prince George Townsite
Synd.
Some Good Ones:
Lots 5 and 6, Block 77
" 8
" 39
"    67
"  118
" 3 and 4,    "  117
And lots of others.
•      $750 each
$850   "
$650    <
$720   '<
Call to see us,
SOUTH  FORT  GEORGE,  B.C.
^_
of old-timers
holt !  A G
He-
with the Club Cafe
tin's town   Ai thei
: ..'.'   : J Os ..: H '
' hall.
F r wholesale cr retail business pro-
perties t Prii eGi  rge, see Somerton
ges, and thej
O'Flahertj re*
. visit to Van-
states that he
rge men at
.. ■ •  this bunch
.•  .*. Vancouver!
.:. ssell Peden, '
■  Bill Ken-
• : iker, Cat t.
the best
•.   up  on   the
ra ishrooms
. has the ap-
• ire, notwith-
tion decisieer-.
gs started this
g house on Pa-
1 Ontario and
built by Walter
■ has  started
• the Werner of
...-■.. r*_ Pelham
Roy Newton's
reet is nearing
••'■ wton's inten-
iss restaurant.
r ence in this
time connected
Tnird street in
aurant is being
'.lining' his pool
UNGALOWS-100  Dollars  Down.
suit   purchasers,  a
late bungalow,  on
Prince George, or
t George.   Terms:
assun e  a  mortgage at
1* 50 per cent, of the pur-
balance as rent.   Appiy
Investment Co. tf
IVe  will
either the
Fourth Av
Purchaser
three year
Also Pastry and Cakes at
reasonable prices.
Fe
Tie'
Carl)
i NOTICE
Public
owned by th
umbia, in th
HEREBY GIVEN"
ictions   of  Town
:':     '. •.* of Bri ish
S .. :.'. isioris ui Lots
that
Lots
Col-
Nos.
.IT THE HOTELS
N rl
Hotel.-N.   A.   McLeod,
E .'  Shanahan, Ashcroft;
1, T. G. Wall, Vancouver;
R. G. Logan, R. Chandler,
I.: 101    •
M Donald, Winni-
peg;   ii. 1
1     .    '       .fork; H. E.
c     rn, 1
■   .           -.   i laser, Ques-
Pallatl   .".   . River; M. A.
P 1   ■
1   ■'•       " , .Saskatoon;
n'Brien, M.
I:         .    |
H. Vt       . A Barker,  T
b
*  •'•         .'*. Me.-Queen, A
i.  Porter,    M
son;   W Gold-
CG .nn,   Mrs N
Hayes,  Van-
0; H White,
1
 nipeg;  MJ
.. Edmonton,
.  T  Price,  G
AG  Aynon, D
.: Payne, Tor-
'' '. New   _ork; J  V
Ta |.' n pn
war:-    V.
!   'er; J  Derose, Ash-
Vancouver;   E H
Browi,   E
S F Sen |
.   W Anderson,
:   '' M   ha .. G.T.P.
FOR SAL'
Apply   Bai
Prince Gi oi
" daFounl nnand Outlit.
'•' "'1 ":'". Gi orge Street,
HOI SE   1 e
Fori 1 eoi
'■•   SALE   1 heap,   Soutli
lots   ret   Pi
R. M, Gordt
Prince Geor
also son •■ good close-in
ice George,   prices   right.
';■ Seventh and Dominion,
?e.   Phone 43.
'-. 933, 934, .' 6, 937,938 and 1429. all
. ' !ro ip 1. ' .. oo Distri ■'.. and situated in and near Fort George, will take
place in May and June next.
These Lots will be offered  for sale
without regard  to any  improvements
that may be thereon; and  all  persons
who  have  placed  improvements upon
any of the said Lois are  hereby  notified that if they wish  to secure  such
improved Lots it will  be  necessary to
purchase them at  the Auctions above
i referred to..   No preferences whatso-
| ever will be given any person claiming
an interest in any improvements exist-
I ing on any Lot offered for sale.
As all improvements existing on Gov.
ernment Lots in the said Subdivisions
! were erected without authority, it is
■ the intention to treat all persons claiming an interest therein as trespassers;
but they will be given the privilege of
removing any existing improvements
from Provincial Government Lots at
any time within sixty days following
the date of Auction Sale.
All Lots upon which there are existing improvements at the time of sale
will be sold subject to delivery sixty
days after date of sale and any improvements remaining on such Lots
at the time of delivery of said Lots
will be deemed to have become forfeited to the Crown.
W. R. ROSS,
Minister of Lands.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C., March 11. 1914. td
Telephonk 41
P.O. Box 39
The Palace
Rooms
Fourth Street     -     South Fort George
ANTHONY WEDGIS, Prop.
Brightest,   neatest,   cleanest
and most up-to-date furnished
rooms in the city.
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT
(Section 34)
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
"ih day of April next application will
be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for tne grant of a licence
for the sale  of  liqu ir by retail in and
upon the premises known as the Willow
Hotel, situated at Willow River, British Columbia, upon the lands described
as Lots 9 and 10, Block 4."*, Sub-division
785.
Dated this 7th day of March, 1914.
WILLOW HOTEL CO.
A. MdNTYRE, Manager,
Applicants.
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT
(Section 34)
JsJOTICE is hereby given that on the
6th day of April next, application
will be made to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for the grant of a
licence for the sale of liquor by retail
in and upe.n the premises known as
McBride Hotel, situate at McBride,
British Columbia, upon the lands.desi. ribed as Lots 1 and Z, Block 2, District
Lot 5316.
Dated this 7th day of March. 1914.
apl A. W. HOLMES, Applicant.
WATER NOTICE. " J Fort George Land District.    District
NOTICE is hereby given that Charles j ot Peace Itiver
Pinker, of South Fort George, B.C., i TAKE notice that I. John Lander-
will applv for a licence to take and use w«>'. of Vancouver, B.C., laborer, in-
3000 gallons of water per day out of an ' tend to apply for permission to pur-
unnamed lake about the  centre of Lot; chase the following described lands:
629. The water will be diverted from
the south side of the lake and will be
used for domestic purposes on the land
described as Lot 1543.
This notice wai posted on the ground
on the 6th day of March, 1914. The
application will be filed in the office of
the Water Recorder at South Fort
George.
Objections may be filed with the said  "-I?  *>™
Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
apl8 .    Charles Pinker (Applicant)
Commencing at a post planted on
the  west  side  of  the  Finlay  River
about one mile north and three miles
west from the head    of    Deserters'
Canyon,  and   marked   "J.   L.,   N.W.
Corner Post." thence eaBt 80 cliains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
SO  chains,  thence  north   SO   chains
to point ot commencement; contain-
acres, more or less.
JOHN  LANDERWAY,
30, 1913. Qarfleld Smilh, Agen'.
Aug.
The George Building Co.
-OF-
Prince George
Undertake to BUILD prompty and at
the lowest price consistent with BEST
WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIAL,
Your House or Store
(Large or Small)
ESTIMATES TREE.
If you  give the work to us you will
never regret it.   .
Letters ahil communications to
A.C. SMITH (Manager of the George
Building Co.), Uobart's Hotel, South
Fort George, will  receive immediate
and personal attention.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 19.)
NOTICE is hereby given that on the
20th day of April next, 1914, application will i e made to the Superintendent
of Pro' im i il Police lor the grant of a
licence for the sale of liquor by wholesale in and upon the premises known
as The Strathcona Brewing and Malt-
ingCompany, Limited, situate at Prince
George townsite, British Columbia,
upon the lands described as Lot 12, in
Block 31, according to a map or plan of
<aid townsite filed in the Land Registry
Oflice at Kamloops, B. ('., as No. 1268.
Dated this 14th day of March, 1914.
Strathcona Brewing and Malting
Company, Limited, Applicant".
apll By George MAYSON, Agent.
Auction Sale!
To be sold regardless of cost at
Public Auction on
Tuesday, March 24th,
at 1 p. m. sharp, at the Pioneer
Commission & Sale Stables
FORT GEORGE
Horses, Harness, Houses, Wagons,
Buggies, Lots and Large Number of
Miscellaneous Articles
Handbills  containing   complete
list to be printed later.
Anyone having goods for sale can
list same before date of sale.
We beg to announce that we
have a large consignment of fine
Milch Cows and Alberta Draft
and Driving Horses to arrive
early in April.
MILLS & NICHOLSON,
Auctioneers.
TIMBER SALE X 50.
SEALED TENDERS will be received
by the Minister of. Lands not later than
noon on the 25th day of April, 1914,
for the purchase of License X 50, to
cut 32,975,000 feet of Douglas Fir,
spr ce and Balsam Fir from an area
' lying immediately west of Lot 307O,
Cariboo District, in the vicinity of
Otter Lake.
Three years will be allowed for the
removal of the timber.
Further particulars of the Chief
Forester, Victoria, B.C., or from the
District Forester, South Fort George,
. B.C. ap25
Fort George Land Dislrict.    District
of I'euoc Kiver
TAKE notice that I, Frank Banks,
of Vancouver, B.C., Laborer, intend
to apply for permission to purchase
the  following  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted
-about two miles norlh and two mile.s
; west of the head of Deserters' Canyon
| and on the east bank of the Finlay
'River, and marked, "F. B„ S.E. Corner Post," llience west 811 chains,
thenco north 80 chains, thence east
:80 chains, thence soutii 80 chains to
point of commencement; containing
C40 acres, more or less.
FRANK  HANKS.
I Sept. 1, 1913.   Garfield Smith, Agent.
i Fort George Land District,    District
of Peace Itiver
TAKE notice that James Shaw, of
I Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Sailor,
j intends  to  apply  for  permission  to
i purchase    the    following    described
iands:
Commencing at a post planted one
mile oast of  the eaat bank  of  the
Finlay     River,     one-quarter  ' mile
north of Fort Grahame, marked "J.
S.'s S. W. Corner";  thence east 80
chains;    thence    north    80    chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence soutii
80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, more or less
JAMES SHAW, Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent
July 16th, 1913.
WATER  NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that C. H.
Olds, of Fort Fraser, B. ('., will apply for a licence to take and use five
cubic feet per second of water out
of Four Mile Creek, which Hows in
a southerly direction through En-
clako Valley and empties into En-
riako River, near Endako. The
water will be diverted at three miles
from mouth and will be used for Irrigation and domestic purposes on the
land described as P. R. No. 324 and
No.   325,   Range   5.
This nolice was posted on the
ground on the 17th day of January,
1914. Thc application will be filed In
the office, of the water recorder at
Fort Praser.
Objections may he filed  with the
said   Water   Recorder  or   with  the
Comptroller of Water Rlghte, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. ('.
C   H   OLDS.  , ~,
Fort Geo
im
In
tpilcant)
i.    District
P
er
TAKIO  notice  that
of    Vancouver,     B.
intends  to  apply   fo:
purchasi
lands:
Commencing
about one-quart
east haul, of the
twenty-nine mil-
marked "It. W.
thenci- east 80
80 chains, thi n
thenco   soulh
comm
more
Roberl Wilson
c.   Teamster,
permission  to
llu*    following   described
Mi  chai
post planted
I  east   of  the
River, about
i its mouth,
W.   Corner";
thenee north
80   chainB,
)   tO   point   of
July
Fort
encement, containing 640 acres,
oi 1- as
ROBERT WILSON. Applicant,
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
18th, 1813 .
Georg" Lane
of Pea
TAKE   notice
Fergmore    of    V
occupation,    Com
intends  to  apply
I Distrii t.    District
-e River
thai Freeman Vf.
ancouver, B. C,
mercial Traveller,
for permission to
purchase    the    following    described
iands:
Commencing at a posl iilanted one-
half mile easl of the bank of the
Finlay River about thirty-one miles
from its moulh, marked "F. W.F.'s
S. W. Comer"; llience east 80
cliains; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence soutii
80 chains to poini of commencement,
containing 840 acres more or less.
FREEMAN  W.  FERGMORE,
Applicant.
JOHN MacDONELL, Agent.
July 18ih, 1913,
The Mecca Cafe
IN SUCCESSION TO THE GRILL,
The above cafe has been taken over by
j experienced restauranteurs.   We solicit
the patronage of those who enjoy good
| food well cooked.
I TRY US OUT ;   WE NEVER CLOSE
Capital Paiel Up:
ill,600,000
Cmeiteii Authorized!
Jffi.llOO.OOO
•and llieelivieliHl ProllU:
118,170,2111
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated 18G9.
WITH WHICH Is UNITED*
The Traders Bank of Canada
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
A GENERAL BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Head Office
Fort George Branch,
D. MURRAY, Manager
Mon I real
s,%ul','>7,,rt.'.*,'n,'tr'- Branch
H, O. SEAMAN, Manage
.'_.
The Edinburgh Finance Co.
 AND .
Messrs. Dearie & Fogarty
Have entered   into  partnership and will
carry on business under the style of "The
Cariboo Investment Company" (to be incorporated), and will shortly be moving their
offices to Hammond Street, Fort George,
opposite the Hotel Fort George.
The company will carry on a general real
estate business, fire and life insurance, and
will also issue passenger steamship tickets
to all parts of the world.
Large listings of Fort George and Prince
George  property.    Acreage  for sale in
tracts of from 2 to 20,000 acres.
Agents for the Royal Insurance Company,
Limited.
Loans on real estate negotiated.
Cable Address: "Edina."
A. DEARLE,
H. W. MONCRIEFF,
Managers.
COAL Has  Arrived
We are exclusive agents for and now have on hand fur sa
PEMBINA   COAL
The highest grade of Domestic Coal in Western I roada
—   THONE YOUR ORDERS
Fort eorge Trading and Lumber Co, W
fhone 11, South FortGeorge.
'hone Hi. Fort G_W
Prince Gat
Having purchased heavily m the. business
section of Prince George, and having dean
extensively in that section since the ;
sale, we are in touch with the deve opmem
work that is taking place there, ancI, t«g
fore, are in a position to offer yfJ^L
buys that can be had.   We are offer ng
best long term leases to be had in the city, J"
some of our clients will build to su    ^
Now is the time to get your business locaw
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
___________

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