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DIILV EDITIOOH
SOUTH TORT GEORGE. B.C.. FRIDAY. AUG. 1. 191J.
K 10 CEITS
War Resume for the Past 3 Days
European Nations : Telegraph Mews from London, Prince George
Oasi! in Warfare |afflCTifffj & fiffllip% k j^ Badly in Need of
Fire Protection
No important Engagement Yet
Heard Of
ih ■   benefit    of our road
ire publishing she win
England Defeat Germany in Naval Battle
MANY LIVES LOST
Who ever     heard of a town
of thu size and importance   of
Prince   George with ■-,>    little
received during .he last!    London, August 7th.— A   report   from  London  to-day 6re protection.   Hera W2   h ,'.-,.>
throe - ays.    Many  of  t_ ' ''      ' '"'
ports ai. contradict)
ilr main they are a
in   of the past events.   Vou including the Iron Duke Flagship of Admiral Callaghan, |goods and as yet no move for
,:.,,    lee fo.- yours Ives, They commanding the fleet.   Remaining German ships bottled Ifire Prott3Ction'
■■;:;'-:;, 5.-^1 to ^at ™uth °f Eibe-BritishAam^refuse to co^m Z .rn7LiosLs™
Clio llorald).-England has se- or deny report.
cured i.wo Turkish Battleships     Winnipeg, August 7th.-Belgian Forts brilliantly resist-
and    two    ( luliaii Destroyers. ■     n _ .* ii.ii-        s -r.- •  -i 1
n„- French have sunk the Get- mS German advance.   Germany lost her biggest Dirigible
mail warship Panther. Baloon, Belgian gunners wrecking it.    " Winnipegers"
Canada has voted 50,000,0001 stoned German and Austrian Consulates, and German
Clubs, causing much damage.
»f ««*> '.<" states, that 19 German Warships are lost and 18 captured """ ,w"'\     ,    mT'y, Zm
ory: but in  .    ,-. ... , „ ... ,   . ... ''ll!ti  eltort  handsome buildings
faithful re- ]n British engagement.    British loses are, six ships sunk and filled them with valuable
ou including the Iron Duke Flagship of Admiral Callaghan, jffoc
''•>' commanding the fleet.   Remaining German ships bottledIf
iilars
would take such risks when a
spark or match would lose
them their all for tho expenditure of a small percentage of
their value now before the
dread scourge takes place.
It is not a question of insurance at all, it ;s a question
of saving the whole and no insurance does that. Many men
r.st in the fond security all too
visionary that all they have
to do is tio insure and find
only whi n too late they have
not the protection and returns
tJiey expect; d.
We should at once see to th:s
all important matter and pro-
i\v(*>n ('anada and  Bnta n.
French Heel captures ier sinks
every German warship iu    the
-odoll IT.-llleail.
Germany declares war on
lieltfuim. ' Belguim defeats
1" nnan  forces in    several en
. omenta on frontier.       Tw o
"le    regiments   of   German
I Ian ■ destroyed.
I mle>': .i\ (e engagement be-
Iw'oi n i lerman and British
'■ ■'■   in North Sea.
Kittfhner made  Minister     of
ir.
Sir Solni French to command
i nny,
Reported United Stat s mob-
'lizing tlneir army.
(Continued on Page 4)
u
i lerman  Fleet is bottled    up;
hj English north of Denmark, j   London, August 7th.-Lord Kitchener is despatching
Naval    battle    betwe.m 11.1:150,000 troops to Belgium.   Over a Quarter of a Million
nSthof Scotland!1-bfwouS Volunteers ready for the front massed in London to-day.
I at Cromarty. British warships driving German ships on to Dutch coast.
i 'anada has bough! two Tor- Daughters of England throughout Canada have decided to
i^o boat destroyers in Seattle raise $100,000 to present hospital ship to  Admiralty.
Ksquimalt where th.y will be ! The British war office has issued a call to arms.     100,000
manned     by the Royal Naval men wanted.
dtSpIeific°C^stt3r0teCti0n   °f     Vancouver, Aug. 7th.-Two divisions of British troops "de immediately ways     and
'iwe.'(le'i-in'm Viusiers are in will be brought from India immediately.   The East coast means of self protection to our
lie-   Pacific but their location of England safe, German fleet chased to Holland.   Prince t"''i■
has i.oi yet be n determined.     ^   . A gon of fch   j-       j      M;d(jy on the cruiser
Vnncouver,  Aug. 5.—(Special ' ..... . .
tei the Herald).—German crui- Cohnwood, which is in active service.
ior shelling Glace Bay wireless     London, Aug. 7th.- 250 German war prisoners arrived
 '   "       ,"'1 '"" here to-day.    The N.  W.   Mounted  Police not to be
despatched.   German attack on Liege.    Whole battalion
destroyed by mine.   A report states that the German
Crown Prince was attacked and badly injured, assailant
escaped.
London, Aug. 7th. -Britain issues a Royal decree mak ,   ,
.,,.,.' ,.       ,, .,- i i •    ,     ,    i     j ll   llie towns ot  Null!'    tort
ing it high treason for   British   subjects   to lend money to) George -and   Fort George   can
Germany!   German China squadron bottled up at Tsing protect themselves by    public
Tau by British fleet.    Holland has  declared   war on subscription   and effort   with.
,, ' ,, ,, , .,-  • splendid     up    to date fire pro-
Germany.   Greece secretly mobilizing. t;,,lioll ,„„,' lilv (|ri!|s ftndlflre
Vancouver, August,  7th. - Britain  has  captured 7.5 brigades Prince George should
Merchantmen - valuable prizes.     France captured 20. nZ 1"' slow to do the    same
rn,        r,   ...   , 1   • * 1   • Iil • lillll". A    s(i|('|l    ill    tillll'   SllVeS
The British warship Amphion sunk - struck a mine - one Mll,   Don-f wa;t lo lo(,,.    ())i,
hundred lives lost.
We have two small chemical
engines and two dozen fire extinguishers on the way but
these are only the beginning.
And we have In en too -low
and dilatory in getting after
the makers and shippers to get
Hi s ■ to us until now we are
in the position of not knowing
where they are or ii actually
shipped.
London, Aug. 7th.-Lord Kitchener has asked for the
British army to be raised to 500,000. Reported Russian
and German cruisers sink off China Coast; After the engagement, German reinforcements resume attack on Leige.
American cruiser Milwaukee is on her way to Vancouver
to defend American interests.
door after the horsa is stolen
and then cry "What might
have been."
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l,l|_,'  I -*"." Pd form of
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Page 2
THE  FORT GEORGE HERALD
Friday, Aug. 7th.  I91«j
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AMERICAN PLAN
lie
Corner Hamilton & Third
EXCELLENT CUISINE
South Fort George, B.C.
The newest and most modern
hotel in rhe northern interior
Rates  $2.50 and $3
Monthly and weekly rates on application
Best nf wines.
Liq-iors une! cigars
Albert Johnson, p»p.
J
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED TO EXCHAN^T:
mules, harness and wamon fnr |y
George property.   Apply  I-    I   \Z
stbn, South FortGeorge. Z..
Z
Investigation Held
Doctors Unable to State
Whether it Was Murder
Or Suicide Committed
FOR  SALR-Lots 7 ami 8 H|„ck ,„
D.L.9k   lave to sell and'wi°'9i
reasonable offer, cash or terms, ah.i.
Herald. Adl e's
  »-l-5t
FOR SALR-Two nr Pour InZuZZ
Pool Tables, all complete    Onepffi
Gasoline Lighting tfuifit   One He,,,
Boat, fully furnished.   Anv fait cash
offer accepted.-Apply Herald Office
  8-iWt
Pianoforte Lessons
R. L. CONDY
-ith Fott
will  visit  I'rince GeorR
George, and Central I
give Pianoforte Lessees
HARRY   COUTTS.   Proprietor PHONE 67
CITY GARAGE
SOUTH  FORT  GEORGE,   B. C.
Automobiles for Hire, Storage & Repairs
Agent for Goodyear, and Morgan & Wright Tires.
Gasoline Oils and Accessories.
'hone I or Appointment • CENTRA] No 66 \lfUl
FOR CI.KAN SPORT GO TO
THE EON TON
g Alleys
r
"\
HAVR  YOU YET VISITED THE
Fort George Drug Co. ?
If not, don't you know you are missing
something? Wholesome Home-Made
Ice Cream, Fresh Fruits, Drinks of all
kinds. Go to the new handsome up-to-
date Store on
GEORGE STREET, PRINCE GEORGE, 0. C.
Early, this morning Sidney
Roberts going into bis hunk
house In sleep found a man
dead with I,is throat cut. The
man's name is unknown, but
he is supposed to be a Swede.
At tne investigation this Our BtandaM Frunswick-Balke Alleji
morninh a large ptool of blood afford the Delightful sport of Bonllij,
was     found     jdst  outside the LADIES' PAY.
bunk house and a razor nin:1
feet away. The doctors will
not say whether il wan a
murder or suicide; but claim
that if it was suilide the man
must   have linen bcfpifcdl    into
the bunkhouse hy one or two Ml".  Hllgll  SteWail, Ik.LLU
men, as it would lie impossible ARCHITECT
!-"-J .Tslieh an' i_!urv.hl"intr'    GE0RGE STREET' ™C£ W„
It has    been reported     that   —
sevel-abuen   were   arrest d     and   ^M____t^_____i__._^_m
locked   up by the police   on J Do you contemplate j
suspicion,    No time has       yet J BUILDING!       j
S   Thru   im. stU.tr' e,eer .v.. . m«_hip wl Jj
' Tuesdays pml Fridays, hetween;' and
6, the Alleys are reserved feer Lafa.
SOFT DRINKS & CONFECTIONED
JERGENSON & ROY
been set for the inquest,
LOCAL m:\vs
Mrs. I. I!. Derkson and her
children (ive in nil, arrived here
nn Wednesday evening from
Langham to join Mr. Derkson
■who is the proprietor of the
: Princss Rooming House and
Restaurant.
*       4       4       4       4
*.%■*.
WORTH ft M'I\MS    |
Contract,™ e Hamilton «d u
and Hullel.'rtt I Fir»t .tn*u  JI
_.. F.   CAMPBELL
civil. ENOIN1
HrltlKh   (oluml.lit   Land   Survevo
Land Agent       TimberCrulKt
R epraentlng QORE tt Me GREGOR
McGf_ror Building,  rhlrd
HiHT (JEORCE. B,
-r.-e. SOUTH
Read the Daily Herald and get
the Hot War News fresh from the
wire. Read! don't listen to false
Reports.
Victoria Hotel
Mr. Campbell our well-known Dr.mjro Tn m;\TT
grocery merchant haa In en un- i.UUiVlo 1\> 1U^U
dergoing an operation for appen AT Ti,|.
dicitis. Hi is now rapidly recover-
his strength.
4      #      *      4       4
Knox (' h ii fi' h. South Fori
Gi orge, has selected the follosv-
ing as a Boerd of Management :
Messrs, Rowatt; Boyle; Mathews;
Shannon; Waite; Borland an d
Couldwell.
»       »      *      »       4
The Sunshine- Sewing Club
Mrs. Cowie, president; Mrs. Alberl Johnson Becretary-treasu-
rer; will have a meeting   and' ECKSTEIN & WILSON
afternoon sewing in the private      barristers, Solicitors, Etc. ^
rooms of Mrs. Johnson, Hotel I haihht BUM, PrWOE George. B, •
Northern. | r. _. Wilson  11  I-- p. K'wn'"'
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I'l.ii-el Sir
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S eeiiii Fori
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,.'. e,    Mil
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A n •' -    ' "
Green
Brcs.
Burden &
Co.
Ijvil FjiRimwrs. Domj
,100Sll CLwtSSnn
toi*
Survey» <>
Land it, 1
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Friday, Aug. 7th, 1914.
THE  FORT GEORGE HERALD
Page 3
FORT GEORGE DAILY HERALD
Published Daily at The Herald Oefice Fourth Street
DAILY EDITION-PRICE TEN CENTS
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING CO., LTD.
PUBLISHERS
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C^ FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914
INTROSPECT
Have any of us Canadians paused to review the war
situation to-day ? Since England declared war on Germany
we have been carried away by our patriotism for our
mother country, and few of us have paused to consider the
multitudinous startling events that have succeeded each
other in rapid succession.   We all read the war reports
where thousands of men are losing their lives and we say j
''nothing of importance has yet taken place."   How prim-
jtive are human beings after all; Once given a chance, the j
veneer of civilization drops off and the primitive man in;
his physical strength stands forth thirsting for the blood
of his enemies.
A i the present time we Canadians are taking but a
passive interest in the world's events, but we may be
called on at any time to take an active part, and let us not
forget our manhood and the fact that we are civilized
beings, when the time for action arrives.
This war has come of nothing-the cause or rather the
apparent cause, may rightly be blamed on Austria for
presuming to obtain territorial rights in Servia, and Russia
refusing to stand by and see her little neighbor ill-treated
warned Austria that she would step in unless she (Austria)
relinquished the idea of usurping Servia's sovereignty.
Then Germany took a decisive step, rushing madly into
war, with France a close second. England, Belgium, and
Sweden, were virtually forced into it to defend themselves
antl their honor.
But have any of us paused to consider the fact that
the cause of this disastrous and almost world-wide war has
been definitely removed ? Austria has foresworn her
intention as to Servia, and now the nations of Europe seem
to he merely venting upon each other a lot of pent up
enmity in which the lives of human beings are being taken
to satisfy the flames of the all consuming fire of war.
This situation surely cannot last very long. There
must he level headed men in Europe yet who can foresee
the ruinous extent of a long and continuous war. So that
we may expect at any time to hear of terms of peace
being arranged, ancl when they are, let us earnestly hope
that it will be hundreds of years before we will again be
embroiled, and if it should happen that an arrangement of
eternal peace be entered into between the nations, we
Canadians would hail it as an everlasting salvation.
^HE Fort George Herald will in future be
delivered at the homes of all city subscribers,
commencing Saturday, August 8th.    Any change
of address the Herald will be pleased to receive.
Phone 9
(Continued from Paga 3) i Constantinople.
London, Aug, ..—(Special to j British Admi'ral'AV officifeily
the Herald).—Immediately after, announces government has
midnight King George sent the taken over battleships, one
following personal message to. completed and anotkur nearly
the entire fleet sailing against| completed.
German Armada, which was. King George addressed a
cleared for action. "I have message to all British Col'onies
confid nee that the British lie t expressing appreciation of the
will revive old glories of wavy sptrntaneous assurances that
1 am sure tiiat the Navy Will they will give their fullest siip-
again shield Britain m this port to the Motherland, they
hour of trial ami will prove recall great selfsacr_fic and help
bulwark of the Empire." 'I h's given hy them in the past, shall
was the lirst message sent to |,. strengthned in the charge of
the fleet .nee it cleared from Lroat responsibility which rest.
Plymouth harbour and sailed,upon me, am of confident be-
to secret rendezvous in the lj,.f that through this trial thy
North Sea. Ever since ih; wire- Empire will be united calm, re-
less has been silent no word | solute, trusting God.
was permitted   forth until     Third  resignation of the As-
tonitrht. Signal for the mo^t quith Cabinet because of Eng-
tremendous naval battle over ]ands War policy came this
fought flashed out through the even'ng. F P. Maeterman,
darkness from the ureat wire- Chancellor Duchy Lancaster re-
less station.   Immediately    af- signed.
ter orders to d'stroy the enemy The Ottawa government have
had been flashed to the Ad - ,| .cided to summon parliament
miral commanding it was fol- to deal with the war situation,
lowed by the King's own words ,|.,t|, proclaimed t'.>mor.ow
I ,-iiisli foreign oflice issued Bordeaux,—Two German mer-
statemeaf that owing to the chantmen were seized in this
summary rejection by the Ger- port.
man Government that the Ka's r informed the Reiscb-
requests made by h's Britannic tag that he fought against war
majesty's Governmenl tlmt until Germany's honor corn-
neutrality Belgium bo respected maoded them to strike against!
His Majesty's A bassador 6at Russia, when he opened tha.s s-
Berlin received passports, Gov- sion of the German Parliament
ernment declared to German London.—The Fritish Tor-
Government thai state of war pedo boat destroyer "Pathfind-
e'\ists l.'twoeii Great Britain er" was pursued by part of the
and Gelmany from II o'clock German Beet but escape). ...
p. m. August Kn. upon receipt London.—Servir/n mobilza.
of this announcement Germany ion is now complete, according
assumed responsibility for tiie io a d. s atch from Nish.
i i.n flirt by declaring war Crowds gath red around Ger-
a •■,-.n-t   Britain first. man     Embassy     attacked   it,
l-".-|(IV   ill'
ice charge mob rioting again
HOTEL
Comer Fourth and Hamilton        -       Sonth Fort George, B. C.
A NEW ANU UP-TO-DATE HOTEL.
On American Plan. Rates on Application.
Bright and comfortable  rooms  and
suites at the Empress.      :      :
G. WARCUP
Proprietory
have airYtdy irono forth to lho sl irted and the mounted police
Commander of the Brit'sh Na- rode down leaders. Milit-a
>a' fon- s lo wipe nut ih- (li'i-- called oul to pi'otect the em-
man    I'" .     ain'- it is believed  bassy.
that within the next fourhour3 Ger an lie t I • shipssighted
thnt command will have been near east coast Baltic between
fulfilled. Memi I  .- n I     Liba .....  Russian
Turkey advis?s O'o I Britain warships block the sea and.
Hint the forws of the Ot'oman eanturj many German mer-
Empire aro being mobi ized chantm n
as -i precautionary in 'asurea.d Russian troops establish con-
that Tur'cey will remain ab- tact all aloiig great r part of
solutely neutral. German frontier.   Germans ro
ll is believed lhat this step ported full-, ri back burning vill-
b'inej taken bv Turkey feiring aeres over an enormous section
lho Russian Black Sea Fleet 'if country invaded,
would att'.niM to nass through Tremendous wave ofpatriotio
the Bosphorus. Russia c-miid enthusiash swept over Canada,
land droors on Turkish shores enthusiasm swept over Canada,
and the Black Soa Fleet   seize, parados tako place.
1 I lilt     mtue    Will Rid form cf
con-
Page 4
THE  FORT GEORGE HERALD
Friday,  Aug. 7th, [_U
Profit Sharing Offer in Ford
Automobile Purchases
W^SS. :.lV..Sijjk—r
L
NEW eerices on Fon! Curs effective August 1st, — Touring Car
$500; Runabout $640 ; Town Car $S40; l-'.O.H, Walkerville,
Canada. In addition we offer every retail buyer of :t new Ford Car,
purchased between August Isl, 1914, andAugust 1st. 1915, a share
of the Company's Profits in the amount of $40 to $60, on each Car
purchased, payable August 1st, 1915, provided the Company reach
;-.n out-put of 30,000 Cars within tleir peril d.
The above prices means a cut of $60 on each Cur when purchased
I esi.es receiving the dividend at the enel eef the year, of from $40
tn $60 which the Company will send vou Draft for, on August 1st,
1 115.
Study these prices and taks advantage of the new prices and
profit sharing plan of the factory, and buy your new Car at once
and enjoy life like you should.
Call at 3rd and George and let us show you one of these new
Ford Cars.
Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd.
By ED. BALL _ SON, Local Agents, PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.
IN'  A  HURRY
A local paper tolls of a clergyman who received this note
telling him to perform a marriage ceremony.
that I and Miss Jemima Arabella Brearly is coming to your
church on Saturday afternoon
next to undergo lh.> operation
of matrimony at your hands.
Please  be  prompt,  as  llie    cab
This is to  L'i\'e  vou    notis ; is hired bv the hour."
Sik.
Crown Granted S. E. Quarter Lot 80:',, Group 1, Cariboo,
containing 160 acres more or loss. WasSeeley Pre-emption
10 miles byroad, from FortGeorge, adjoins Indian Reserve
No. 2, about a quarter of a mile from Fraser Rivor. Excellent farm land. Inspection invited. Tenders will be
received bv undersigned.   No tender necessarily accepted,
July 2nd, 1914.
S. I.. FORREST, Mana .r Bank of Ottawa, Vancouver
S. P. NEWCOMB, Manager Eank of (Jllana, I'r.rl tcorje
L
Vf>.     '.
inter i filing istena
7E carry the largest stock of seasoned Fir Lumber and Mouldings
in Cariboo.   Also al) kinds of Building
Material - Lime,   Cement,   Plaster,
Hair, Doors, Windows, Shingles, and
Roofing Paper.
Prompt Deliveries Made Anywhere
Northern Lumber &. Mercantile Co., Ltd.
SKEENAS LITTLE
FARMS BRINGING
LARGE PROFITS
UNE AND ONE-HALF ACRES CF STRAWBERRIES NET THE OWNER $700
Prince Rupert, Auk, 1.—From
returns supplied by a grower,
Mr, H. D. Lenhart, Mile"'87 on
the Skeena River, one acre and
a half of strawberries has to date
produced $700, the strawberries
selling at an average price of
$2.50 to $3.50 per crate, and at
least a quarter of the crop still
] remains. In addition to the product realized upon, some $150
worth of fruit has been lost for
lack of shipping facilities.
S t r a w berries should be
shipped daily instead of by the
tri-weekly service now operating.
From   this   practical  demonstration  it can  readily be seen
i how very profitable the cultivation of small tracts of such good
| soil as is adjacent to this city is,
land will be in great measure in
future.   With the excellent mar-
I ket furnished by this increasingly important city, the owner of
a well cultivated five-acre tract
; of market garden  produce and
' poultry is very much better off
than the city dweller with a job
and a $100 or $150 per month,
E x c e 1 le n t strawberries, tor
size, coloring and flavor unsurpassed, have been  shipped  this
! year by Messrs. Michaud Bros.,
I Of Terrace.   Everywhere along
the valley of the Skeena, whenever a clearing has been made in
the timber and the soil cultivated, the same storey of productiveness has boon told.
In connectiein with the city
market shortly to be built, growers might with advantage look
into the possibilities of preserving on the spot such fruits as
from day to day remains unsold.
Next season there will most certainly be a daily service from the
Skeena valley and district into
Prince Rupert, Tho putting up
in proper shape of unsold fruit
from day today will serve to prevent good produce from being
sold for unreasonably small
prices.
Instances are cited this season
where   for  lack  of  systematic
handling produce has rotted on
the   ground and shipments received in this city disposed of at
figures that did not pay cost of
i handling.   The public derives no
[advantage and the producer suffers loss.   And yet despite all
those disadvantages of transportation and d i s t r i b u t i o n, good
profits have been realized.
D. PENNES
OK PARIS
The Jewelry Manufacturer
Maker of Artistic
Gold and Platinum Mountings
Repair work of all kinds riven
prompt attention,
Nana! Block       .       Third strtt,
Sooth Fori George
II ERA I.l)   WANT  Alls   ~~~
BRING (inui) RESULTS
The Fort George
Daily Herald
will be on Sale at all
the News Stands and
at the Fort George
Drug Company's Stores,
Quit Baking
NOW vou cal
3 Loaves Bread for 25c
mm
Also PASTRY ai
Reasonable
tr
O'Flaherty & Thorg
All  kinds of
Fruit, Ice Cream
Sodas and
Confectionery.
Hamilton Avenue - South Fort George
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Hamilton Avenue
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Hakotl Spuds
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