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 VOL. 4, NO. 42.
Through Train Service from
Edmonton
Although imt officially announced il is understood as de-
(iniLe Lhat Lhe Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway are putting on
ll,is line a through train from
I duionton In Prince Georgo in
il,,. course of a month's time.
These trains will arrive daily
(inc| if the citizens of (Ireater
|;.ii George can influence the
i,,,-..iiiiiii al In establish a Post
njij,,. in Prince George th i gov-
LTuniL-nt "ill "" doubt change
p. mui] route from tire Cari-
I, , |;,,uii. to the G.T.P. and
(1u1h secure for this (own a
daily mail sen ice. Can you
ine vvhai this will mean to
n ■ \t pn S 'ill we seldom use
llu :n i;.| in the service of our
i iness, hut have to use the
I . graph, which grows to a
COi itlerable amotml in the
_ i ,, ,.i a year. This will
nli [in .j decidi <l saving bssides
I, '.    a ge a ral convent nee.
CITY SCAVENGER APPOINTED
\lr     1.11 en ■    Cashrnan      of
pr|      fl    i jn has be in appoint
:• en rf and w ill ent-
i h . new duties at once
ilr, i'. Iimnn    w ill have com-
,,li      |   i i  of the removal   of
, refuse, t table mari-
nighl soil from  Prince'
i,   •      ud Fori George to the
Co    in dumping gronud.
As v.     be se n by the' "accept
,.; " published in another
he city scavenger will
i ■ s    for tb' scavenge/
wi •/■ m tin1 owners, of sumr
and v '.. also be responsible for
all ■ expense for scavenger
V, n 1 ihe maintenance of
pa tnping ground.and the
kee| ing of same in sanitary
ci i lit ion.
Mr. I'ashman has had considerable experience in this line
and we look forwa)d to an up
to-date scavenger service.
COTQt
BASEBALL
Se uth Defeal Central 12 to 9
Uter oiv of the best and
mo ■ exciting games of th i season South defeated the Central
team by the score of 12 to i>.
The game wag handled by doe
Hover who gave some very raw
deei ions and ihe services of
Doe. Campbell had to be called
ui on to make it a baseball
triune In the fourth inning one
of I is decis.ons . as so deliber-
.1 n steal that the Soutli boys
wn ild not swallow it and im-
iii ' ately protested. McMurray
of i1 ••■ Central team who had
hci ri repl iced by anothi r pl ty-
ii' ; md who by the way is c rn-
s il red some scrapper) w::,s ordered oil tho field |and refused'to
go remarking that no one there
was able to put him off. This
was     to    much for McBurney,
K It's 3rd baseman, who gave
MiAIurray u couple of stiff
of the "Chel Mclntyre
I' ■ . and the (!i ntral scraper
h   I ■   himself   scairce.
1' i ■• and Harris for So it!i
! red in the field making
Mime great catches. Central
were weak at the bat, especially when bits ■ meant runs, several  men being left em bases.
South lined up as follows:
Wake, c. f.; Brown, I.f.; Mc-
Fhirncy, ,'! b.; Hanover, 2 1).;
(''Flaherty, s. s.; K. Henry, c;
Sullivan, 1 b.;  Harris, r. f.j J.
Ile'lll'v,   ]).
Central -410000013 -9
South—5 5 (I 0 5 0 2 0 0 —12
CLASSIFIED ADS.3
FOR SALE--10 Acres in I). L. 2166,
River Frontapo, $6000.00, terms,
Address Box 188 Herald.
I''"1 'I' Pockel Knife and sum of
money. Owner CRn have sumo by
I'J ying for this advertisement—Apply
Herald Office.
F0R SALE-30 acres of land throe
n!ea ""l of town, and 160 acres four
nines oul of town. Inquire P.O. Box
™, Fort George. ' jn20
FOUND A. bunch of keys fastened to
:' chain, em Fourth Street, Owner can
'"Wo same by pnyine for this
advertisement,— Apply  Fort George
FO
\l.K- Scow and Boats for Sale
j " uoats made lo order. One block
oeiow the B.X. Steamboat Landing,
,,',|:"''1 & Carkpn, Boat Builders, South
f^George,   P.O. box 82.
WANT TO EXCHANGE B-acre Garden
/'''I'1 lo'iated In the beautiful Okanagan
;ii '/>' I ir good lulu in Prince George
or Mmmton.-MAX  SoHBNK,  Box 8,
^wthFortGeorge B.C.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1914.
$3 PER ANNUM
THE STON SITE
Will the Railroad Commissioners Ignore the
Wish of the Majority?
AH will remember the flying
visit paid this vicinity by the
Railway Commissioners, tlie
hast of May, for the purpose of
looking into the site of tht
stat:.in „! prinoe George. To
most of our citizens this subject has been discussed and the
facts are well known.
The visit of the Commission
was the result of an application from the Grand Trim'; J'aci
fie for a re-hearing,
In answer to the telegrams
by the local Chamber of Commerce and loading citizens of
ths districl. Mr. Drayton, the
chief commissioner, who c'aims
that no notice was given lo
anyone in this vic:nity that
the inspection was to be mad.',
ixcept the railway company.
However, in the face of the
above, it is a well known fact
that a certain gentleman who
is the leader of the "Maple site
organisation" had safficant
notice to rush here from Vancouver and gather .his forces
around him to meet the commissioners a,' the stat'on upon
the'ir arrival. In this way steal
inj- a march on the Prin e George and South Fort Oeorge
people and putting only one
side of the question from the
m'nprty of the peoph of
Or ..iter     Fort    George.    It is
| easy to s'e that it is not the
best site for a station that the
Maple  faction arc after but the
1 one that will br'ng tha      most
I'dollars' their way. Having a
vast amount of money invested
. in the west end and as for the
rights of the people—wed,   tlie
people   be d ed, when     tlie
question     of dollars and cents
are at stake.
We quote a portion of a letter writti n by the sec.-treas. of
the South Fort George Chamber of Commerce, to Mr. Drayton which is as follows :
"Jf in spite of the influence
brought to bear on the occasion of your visit hero, you will
come forward with a decision-
even though it moans (ha entire
reversal of your previous verdict, which I can bnnestly assure you is the feeling of a
majority of the peopl ■, in th$
entire district, tb it tha station
should go at the foot of George street, tl en will we be
doubly please I that you came
to  Prince George,
But if your dec'sion is for a
site west of that jioint, then the
feeling will always be that the
commiss'on w re iaflumo d
against the best interests of
all the people of all the district by the persons who made
it their bus'n?ss to force themselves upon you when here."
Manufacturing Industry for
this District
WATER  PROTEST  FILED
Fol'owing we publish a protest notice filed with the Water
Recorder of South FortGeorge
by the Prince George Chamber
of Commerce against the application of the Fort George citizens Water Company, Ltd.
The above c nnpuny have
given notice that they will
make implication for a license
to take 200,000 gallons o" water per day from the Nechaco
river to supply the three 'owns,
Fort George, South Fori Georg.' and Prince  George.
We understand that thaSoutb
Fort George Chamber of Commerce will also file a notice of
Protest.
To The Water Recorder
Dear Sir :—
From notices posted ab tut
the district we 1 arn of the intention of the Fort Georee citizens Water Company 1 i.nit tl
to apply for a license to take
use and'store 200,001 gall ns of
w ate r per day out of t' e Nechaco River, and that they
intend to sell this water in the
townsites of Fort George/'Princa
George and Soutii Fort George,
being District lots (.)37. 933,
1429, 936, 2610, 2507, 1130,777,
343, 932. 933, 934, 931,117 and
1126, Group One Car.boo D's-
trict.
We wish to file our | rotest
against this Company extending its rights beyond the con-
lines of its present area into thn
ne:ghboring district lots as
mentioned, and further in view
of the intention of the citizens
of the three (owns to incorporate as one municipality we object to giving this or any other company rights over its water supply or district to be serv- '
ed that will in any manner
whatsoever operate against
tlie rights of the people of said
municipality from enjoying the
rights of a supply of water or
that will put any undue burden
on them in securing said water
rights after incorporation or
that may require them to deal
with any company or persons
to secure a system of distribution of water over the area
mentioned that may become a
burden or object of purchase or
other acquiring of the said
water supply or water distribution,
However we dem lt as impossible that in view of the
movement for incorporation
thai the government shall grant
any rights or privileges to any
person or persons or company
prior Lo such incorporation that
would prejudice the rights of
the people of the entire area
offected .or seem to grant any
favors that mi .ht prejudice the
said self government ,and rights
of the municipality, over its
water supply and distribution.
BOXING   BOUT    JULY   1st
Anderson   and   Franks    Meet
Again
Whnt will be one of tin most
interesting boxing bouts promoted so far by Chet Mclntyrp
will take place at the Fort Georee Theatre here on Dominion
Day, July 1st. between Harry
Anderson the lightweight Pacific Coast Champion and Eddie
Franks, lightweight Champion
of Alberta. In the last bout
here on May 25th between these
two boxers, referee Robarts
called it a drav and his decision met with the approval) of
most of the spectators. This
match was one of the most exciting antl best ever staged here
by 'Chet' Mclntyre.
Anderson is very clever nnd
quick as lightning, while Franks
has the punch that tells and
once landed spells defeat for his
opponent nine out of ten
times. Owing to the closeness
of their last match, the fans are
already assured of the best
ever in the forthcoming bout
as both boys will bo fighting
hard   for a knock-out.
Chet Mclntyre the king of
promoters in the boxing line.
informs us that he is going to
box .Mm Flynn at Vancouver
about the 16th of duly. This
will be for the world's championship and here's where we
bet all our money on Chet.
Cheap rates will be given over
all lines und a rate of 817.50
return from Quesnel.
RFCRFATION     GROUNDS
The Prince George Chamber
of Commerce have bean success'
fill in having blocks No. 263,
264, 265, 266. 267 and 268 of
the Prince George townsite, set
aside for recreation grounds,
after a lot of hard work on the
part of the Chamber of Commerce, the Government gave
their consent to take the above
mentioned blocks off the market
HYMENEAL
Moffat—Cameron
A very pretty wedding took
place last Tuesday evening at
thu Knox Church Manse when
Miss Emma Matilda Cameron
of Second street, late of Orms-
town, Que., became the bride o!
Mr. Alex. R. Moffat. Rev. A.
C. Justice performed the cer-
mony. Mrs. A. C. Justice assisted the bride while Mr. J.
Bowles was groomsman.
Laci oise match at the celebration here on July 1st. Don't
fail to see this game,
A brewery company has recently been formed composed of
prominent outside men called
The Prince George Brewing and
Malting Company, with Prince
George for their head office
This will mean quite an acquisition to our town as the brewery
will probably employ at least
30 skilled men who will bring
their families to reside here.
It is not definitely given out
as to where the site will be,
but it is understood that Princa
George will be the favored
point on laccount of the shipping facilities it possesses.
The company intend to build
a four story brick and cement
building and use the waters of
the Nechaco river for their purpose as after anal) sis it was
shown that this water was tlv3
best that could be obtained.
One of the officials of tre
company who is at present in
town said that he considered
the market here for their manufactured product was one of the
best in Canada and believed
that it was small now in comparison to what it will become
in the course of the next few
years. He said that the Piince
George Brewing 6_ Malting Co.,
being first on the ground; by
using a progressive policy and
extending a helping hand where
ever it was ne.ded, would secure a monoply of the market
in this district, which he considered a vital asset to the interests of tha company.
This is the first manufacturing industry to come to Prince
George and it will be undoubtedly followed by many others,
both on account of ths d'strict
as a market and Greater Fort
George as an advantageous
manufacturing point, with its
unlimited amount of wat.r
power, enough to drive t' e
wheels of every industry in Cn
PRINCE GEORGE
GET NEW SCHOOL
The question of a school for
Prince George was takm up, by
the business men of that town.
A petition w-as foi warded to the
Government. Mr. Martin,
school inspector fofihis district was here and recommended a school for Prince. Dr.
Robinson. Supt. nf Education
for the Province also came up
and looked into the matter.
The.Governmmt have .Informed the labove mentioned petitioners that the'r request will
be granted antl they will get a
fotir-rooincd school, also advising them to call a rneating for
the purpose of electing their
trustees, which Lakes place'Saturday, July Ilth.
The Government r.^d their
officials are to be highly commended for the prompt action
they took in this matter, and
it is possible tbat the school
will be ready for the opening
in September.
INCORPORATION
COMMITTEE  MEET
Appoint Sub-Committee
On Monday last the first
meeting of the incorporation
committee composed of five
members from each of the three
towns seeking incorporati n
under one civic administration
was held in tb.1 office of I. .A.
Haight. The committee appointed a sub-committee composed of Mpssrs. VV. F. Cooke,
Perry and Carney to gather all
information as to the cost of
procedure, etc, for incorporation and to report ns soon as
possible.
Arms Landed
DUBLIN, June 19th.-To-day
the landing of a large quanity
of rifles and ammunition was
made on tho west coast of Ireland for the use of the Nationalist volunteers.
LONDON, ENG.. June 19th.
—Today Colonel E. M. House
of Austin, Texas, arrived here
for the purpose of asking Sir
Horace Plunkctt to advise the
United States in co-operative
farming as practised in Ireland.
DOMINION DAY
DEMONSTRATION
Great Preparations Under
Way.
Judging by the way the
different committees are working and the preparations so far
wu do not hesitate in saying
that this will be the best ever.
Following are a list of tho
different committees : Sports,
F. O'Flaherty, chairman; J, R.
Campbell, and Chet Mclntyre;
Dance—.J. Flynn, chairman; W.
Landry and R, Leighton; Collecting—W. F. Coolie, chairman,
A. Crozier and M. C. Wiggins;
DecorationsWJ. Bronger, chairman, H. Jermyn nnd J. Robarts.
In the Hose Reel ra'e tb.re
will be thre:> contestants, Central, Pr'nce and South, tlvs
alone will make things interesting. Then the baseball match
for a purse of .S250 will be another interesting feature of the
day's sport. There muy also
be a good game of lacrosse,
"Canada's National Game."
We understand the local club
are doing all tbjy can to arrange one, this if pulled off
should draw a bunrer crowd
as many people in t'.is vicinity
are anxious to see a good lacrosse game. In the evening
several events _J11 be puTed off
on Fourth street, a canoe race
on the Fraser and to wind up
a good day's sport a dac.i
with special music for the occa
sion will ta' e place in Burch's
hall.
ASK FOR APPROPRIATION
FOR BETTER ROADS
The Prince George and South
Fort Georgo Chamber of Commerce and the Fort George
Board of Trade sent the following telegram this week :
The Honorable
Minister of Public Works.
\ictoria, B. C.
Roads in this district a'most
impassable and in need of, repair especially main road b^
tween South Fort George and
Central Fort George, an 1 are
becoming a menace to pubic
safety. Large sums of money
have been spent by citizens and
others in our endeavour to put
roads in shape for traffic ancl
it is essential that more work
be done immediately. We there
fore respectfully request that on
appropriation of §10,f00 be
made immediately by the Provincial Government for tho purpose of placing roads in Prince
George, South Fort George and
Fort George in condition for
vehicular traffic.
Prince George C. of C.
Fort George B. of. T.
South Fort George C. of C.
June 15tlj, 1914.
The roads in this district are
in a bad and dangerous condition, and owing to the immense
amount of traffic, especially between South Fort George und
Central Fort George, need repairing at once.
Grand Ball in evening with
special music at the celebration July 1st
Owing to tbe Dedication services in connection with the
new church in Central Fort
George June 28th, the evening
servico in the South Presbyterian Church will be withdrawn to give cn opportunity
to all to attend and hear Rev.
Dr. McQue.n in C, ntral.
The new church is a magnificent structure and tho opening
should be made a district event.
200 Miners Trapped.
Leige. Belgium, June 19th,—
Today 200 Miners were trapped
in the Viella-Marayhe Colliery
here and 200 escaped.
FIRE AUENTRAL
Alden Avenue, Contra! Fort
George, between 7 and 8 o'clock
Friday morning, a fire occurred,
destroying a house, the property
of Mr. Faulkenberg, The fire
started in a tent, situated on the
north side of the house and spread
to the latter with great rapidity,
made it impossible to check the
advance with the apparatus available. All attention was then
paid to the property each side of
the fire, two tents being moved
bodily by a crowd of helpers,
out of the danger zone. Property to the extent of about |800
was destroyed, which was not
covered by insurance.
2G0 Killed hy Explosion
At Hillcrest Colliery Nrar Frank
Alberta
LACROSSE
The sticks and outfit ordered
for tba Lacrosse Club arrived
last week and the boys are hard
at work practicing and are trying to arrange for a game on
Dominion Day, July 1st. If
successful this will be played on
the baseball grounds in the
afternoon.
VANCOUVLh, Jut . 19.—Tv.O
hundred men are reported killed
l.y an explosion that occurred in
i he Hillciest Colliery near i i _'x>\t%
Alberta, today about four hundred escaped. Rescue trains
left from Calgary and Fern* for
• he scene of the aeejdei
Collector Arrested
VANCOUVER. June 19th.—
H. V. Walker, city collector fo.
the Dominion Express company
here was arrested today and
charged with embezzlement of
the company's funds to the
amount of 88,000. He was
remanded until Monday the l'2.
Application for bail was reftjsr
ed.
Ommet Beater.
PRESTFORD, SCO i i . sit,
•Tune 19tH.—Ouirret, th ai A i ii _»r-
ican Golf champion was eliminated on the British Open event
by losing to Harry Vardon.
Famine Amcnj Mexhans
TAMPICO, June 19th.-Today the British Cruiser Bristol
and the German cruiser arriveed
bringing the British and German consuls. Report is current
now that famine exists among
Mexicans and that they are using poker chips for small
change in Vera Cruz.
ELEVATOR FOR COAST
VANCOUVER. June 19th.-
A Government elevator for the
Pacific coast h&i been given to
Vancouver on the site of the
Government docks.
POLO    TEAM   CHALLENGE
NEW YORK, June 19th.-
The American Polo Team will
challenge for a return match
next January and will endeavor
to regain the lost Polo trophy.
Plucks Eye Out
VANCOUVER, June 19th—
John McLeod, aged twenty-
three, a religious maniac obev-
ed the bible instruction, " If
right eye offend thee, etc.," and
plucked his eye out severing
the eye cords with a razer.
after which he took all his
Hollies off and wandered •■ o ind'
through the suberbs. H ,* .
taken to the hospital. Hisim thei*
states that he had been diligently
studying the bible of late.
Mr. Y. Yamakaki of Vancouver, who is the proprietor and
manager of "The Continental
Daily News" there is in town
this week on business.
Fare and one-third from McBride and all intermediate points
to the Demonstration here on
Julv 1st. Good going June 28th
and good for return July 2nd.
1590
NOTICE
1914
To all brother Orangemen, you
are earnestly requested toattend
a meeting on Sunday, June 28 at
3 p. m. in the Ritts-Kifer hall,
Prince George,to discuss orsraniz*
ation and 12th of July meeting.
"God Save The King." A. C.
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Maker of Artistic
.   w.i   cn,im  >iOU.'itin!.S
Gold and Platinum .  »»
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Soolli Fori Ot
Third Street
Cartage Company
$57,000 in Preniiums and Prizes
C. T.
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Draying
-   Proprietor
OT]ali^rt^&Jiion^
All  kinds of
Fruit. Ice Cream
Sodas and
Confectionery.
EnEton Avenue • Souln Fort George
£E?E_v*iE -^THr7r?-En-:^2S8__a_:
The Sanitary way
Fort George
Steam Laundry
SMITH'S
CREAM WAFFLE  HOUSE
Hamilton A.enu
.•en
to ?' p.m.
Water Front
7. 2 Rings.
South Fort George
You can buy the Finest
Confectionery that can be
bought at
The Fort George Drug Co.
The prize list for the twenty-
fourth annual fair of the Canadian Industrial Exhibition Association, popularly known as the
Winnipeg Exhibition Association,
is out. The attractive cover, an
artistic embossed creation on
thick dull-finish buff paper,
provides a fitting envelope for
the feast of good things within.
The Canadian Industrial Exhibition is the premier affair of its
kind in Western Canada and the
ation of the annual prize
list is an event looked forward to
with li ?ely interest by thousands,
not only in the prairie provinces
but throughout the Dominion.
A glance at the   title   pagei
shows the total amount offered
in premiums ami purses to be
557,  or $7,000 more than was
year.   This total is
foil iws: Horsee, $10,
6,500; sheep, §1,500; \
00; poultry,   $2,000;
icts>$800;dogs,$l)500;|
90 I; Horticulture and \
Agriculture. $700; Ladies work, j
$1,000; Natural  History,   $200;
School work, $S00, and the sum]
of $29,000 is provided for speed
events.   All popular breeds  of
horses, cattle, sheep, swine and
poultry are represented in the
conservation of any radium
trring and constantly items
iewa from all over the   pro-
.-.- indicate the rapid strides
h  ire being made. j NOTICE OF  CANCELLATION OF
11    the information possible I?,Er?rERVF'
_•      *u       '       |N0TKE 'S  HEREBY GIVEN  that
gather! regarding the pMies the reserve, notice of  which  ap-
cpntered   in   the Vancouver '' pea,r,ed i" *_* British Columbia Gazette
.... rm,.       ,       ! on the 6th day of April, 1911, relating
imber oi  Mines.    1 Ins    bas  to lands in the Peace River District  i«
n   supported     by    members !j. celled in so_ far as it relates to the
Fractional N.W, quarter of Section 13,
McBride Transfer Cn
The  above coinp   '
book Passengers  I
press,   Baggage' and
Freight to Fori
George at reasi
rates. ::
WIRE OR WRITE FOR [RFORMAFON
,vli(« hav direct  interest  in  the j Township 26, Peace River District; for I t      r>    rm.,m„,
•ni,,,-,     inrlu.trv     But     evm'!thepUrpoSeofsaletoMr E. P. Borden. ; L-    *.   £/OKSTEIN,
mnine:    mdustry.   dux    every K. A. RENWICK. v>      • s      r.
Barrister, Solic
Haight Building-, Prfi
provmee is      in- I Deputy Minister of Lands. |
...      _       ; Lands Department,
in  this enor-|    Victoria, B.C.
of
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citizen ni tins
directly interested
mous  in iustry.   The
is anxious to get a grant
|2000 from the Provincial Government to help it meet its obligations.   It seems almost     a
paltry sum in view of the really excellent work, which      has
been quitely done by its members.   Vancouver   has promised
to make a   .rant of $1000 conditional on
nie-nt grant
Chamber j Dated March 16, 1914.
mar283m
be much doubt about th
cess of the application.
tie Arts
ade
.ition to the- cash prizes
list.
In
a great many m
trophies are off
ionshi] 3 in diffei
IN  THE  COUNTY  COURT  OF
CARIBOO,
Holden at Fort George.
Between
GEORGE B. WILLIAMS, Plaintiff,
- and —
THEMISTOCLES ANAYNOS,
Defendant.
To Themistocles Anaynos.
TAKE   NOTICE  that a  plaint and
I Provincial govern- j summons have been issued in this Hon-
TUnm  cr,n..,tA  r,^f (orable   Court    by    the    above-named
1 here should not | Deferidant for Specific Performance of
sue- ! a  certain  Indenture  under seal dateo
j the 8th day of July, 1913, whereby the I
i above-named  Plaintiff agreed  to" sell
and you, the  above-named Defendant,
agreed to purchase of and from the |
above-name I Plaintiff (■!!  and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land and :
premises situate   in   the South  Fort|
George Addition, Fort George, Cariboo j
District, Group 1,  Province of British;
Columbia, and more particularly known
and  described  as Lot 14, in Block 15. I
Subdivision of District Lot 934, Group f
1,   Cariboo  District, according  to the j
registered map or plan of the said sub-
I tried  to show I had j division deposited in the Land Registry
' Office at th • City of Kamloops, in the
said Province, and numbered 701, at or |
for the price or sum r.f $2,2O0.UO, upon
Fresh
Meats
Beef
Mutton
and
Veal
Wholesale and n tail
THE B. C MEAT MARKET
FORT CEORGE ,\l)
SO0TB FORTGEORGE
i
PLAIN  SPEAKING
te)
say just what I
on every moral theme,
was   hectic  then, ancl
ancl     every   i
1 used
thought,
and  life
and    hot,
scream
no     fears   of any human foes:
and   people   often pulled     my
day a
•nt
cups and
er champ-
lasses.
A   FAMOUS    AIRMAN
ture of Beachey,      the
A    !
world famous airman
loop
who will
the terms  and  conditions set out and
contracted in the said Indenture, under
jears, or else they punched   my
nose.    But  I was not dismayed | which indenture you are in default,
thi-reat,   nor  humbled vet
<wn
Dv     AND  FURTHER  TAKE   NOTICE
* ! that   by Order of   His  Hopor Judge
heck.    And   people often jamm- j Calder,  dated  the  13th day of May,
.d mv     hat clear down around !1914' il was decreed that delivery of a
• a mj     nat cie.tr cioun arouna ^aealed copy q{ (he gummons is9ued in
my neck.    My head was bloody   this  action,  together with a copy of
"  I this Order, by registered post, addreBS-
>nme  ed to you the Defendant, Themistocles
Anaynos, at South Fort George, B.C.,
in the County of Cariboo, together with
as sa:d
Build Yourself a Home
BREWSTER AND  PELHAM
P.O. A.v. IT. ...ah Fort Geo .tre, B.C.
but unbowed
the   loop and fly upside martial     toff, and every   time
tt the exhibition and who  I met a crowd they'd kick    my
coat   tails   off.   "A   90ul    un-
thrilled a crowd oi 250,000 spectators with his sky somersaults
at Chicago last month, appears
at the fnd of the book; also a
list of the principle fa;rs
throughout the Domin'on and
the-- United States.
The Exhibition
Julv 18   to   IS.
H. Vf, GRi 5S                                                                 A. C. BUCHEL
ITIKWDHCO.
OUTH FORT GKORGE, B.C.
General Hardware and Sheet Metal Workers.
All kin :• of tin and sh it  Iron work done.
Camp Stoves, Hot-air Furnaces, Etc.
*   " Agi nts Nagel-C hase Celebrated Gasoline Lighting Systems.
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Stock-taking SALE! II
bold his soul; and   so, to gain
dat s      are i a peaceful life, I canned my riir-
Entries close | marole.   Instead   of    shooting
off my bole at every time   nnd
place, I bought a large, clastic
I),,!     |     PR(il;ni,l I- smile' and wore 5t on m>' face'
RI'T P. HINT) TIMF ^nf' though I still had burning
thoughts, I kept the blamed
things down, and one heard
the caustic shots for which I'd
such renown. And now all day
I fiance and sine, and people
like me much; my head's no
longer in a sling, I do not
nee! a crutch.—Walt Mason.
notice of the entry of the above Plaint
to be published  in  the Fort Gecrge
, , ei  r i "  r i Herald for a period of one month, shall
daunted still 1 have, I often ; be deemed to be good and sufficient
would declaim: and then I'd j service of the said Summons on vou,
, .      , ,   the said Defendant, and that in default
buy a quart of salve to spread l0f a Dispute Note being filed by you
upon mv fame.   In time      one|. ith the Registrar of this Honorable
' 'Court within  a period of twenty days
wearies of such  strife,  however j from the expiry of the said publication,
the above-named Plaintiff be at liherty
BARGAINS IN BUILDERS
SUPPLIES.
FKOK KAMIFACTOR TO i   ,
You vffocl on  or  m
Door. Moll lei ie-ey.. V
ine/ Paper a- e! Builde
direct bey rnae1.
5-cross panel doors for        e>] '
light staii fl./
5-cross panel dours for
dark stain or ;
Window Frames
Door Frames
Eftrylhiiii in ilocl iter mmAlt
We sell te invoDe     9 ;
WRITE FOR NEW ILLimtTF.li CATALOGUE
A. B. CUSHING LUMBER CO., Ltd
806 POWELL ST.     VANCOUVER,B.C
41.50
51.30
$1.35
Benjamin
our stock to make room for
lave on the way. Therefore
.' coming here before you do
p in and look at the prices.
Close & Brown Company, Ld.
 SRCHANTS.
Lai
RAL
md Stn
South Fort George
'VV'Vxr.wwtfr.ytfr.VtZ^.M^t&tWtWtWtWtTKWtW.-j
Giscombe Portage
TO
Summit Lake
Outfits wil
Parties who
It is the intention of this firm to start a freight ser-
■••• •com iscombe to Summit Lake this month,
be transferred to uny point on the route.
intend going into that country this
coming season can be assured of the best service
possible.
Goods forwarded c-o. Haynes & Wood, Giscombe
Portage, will be stored until arrival of owner.
HAYES & WOO©
OTTAWA, June 13.-After a
day of unusual excitement the
third .session of the twelfth par-
parliament succeeded in proroguing yesterday one and
i half hours behind scheduled
time. At 1.30, instead of .''
o'clock, a.s originally planned,
His Highness the Duke of Con-
'4 naught arrived on Parliament
<( hill, accompanied by a military
<( escortj while the guns boomed
4\ forth the usual salute frnm
5j Mapean Point. In the senate
'4\ chamber there was a fair nt-
4\ tendance of society p ople, wh le
5| the galleries were crowded. The
^ delay in prorogation was   due
entirely to tlle jockeying hetween the lower1 and upper
houses in regard to the address
to the imperial parliament asking for an amendment to the
B.E.A, actj providing for increased representation for the
western provinces in the upper
house.
THE CHAMBER OF MINKS
SUFFRAGETTES BLOW UP STONE
Last week the suffragettes attempted to blow up the stone under the Coronation chair at Westminister Abbey, the stone was
chipped. This stone is quite historical and is said to be the one
Jacob laid his head upon when
he saw angels descending ladder.
A. J. S. WILLSON
(Late Roberts, Jonas & Willson)
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
ACREAGE SPECIALIST
Improved Farms anil Garden Tracts For Sale.
HAMILTON AVENUE, SOUTH FOHT GEORGE, B.C,
Phone 2, South Fort Oeorgo P.O. Box 28, South Fort George
Mining is one of the great in
d us tries in British Columbia,
To those who are unaware of
the tremendous progress that
has been made in mining
throughout, the province in the
last two years it, would
possibly be a surprise to learn
the value of the ore shipped
annually.       The Vancouvei   vancci
Chamber of Mines supplies this'in some out of way plat
and any other Information and
can show those who are really
interested in   our natural     re
EDMONTON, June 1 ..-Paul
T. Fleischer, local manager of
a prominent life insurance company, who organize.! the Edmonton lodge of Canadian Klks
;n February, is n millionaire,
but so far as can he learned he
is not aware of the fact. He
owns leases on several thousand acres of oil lands in
southern Alherta, which have
become valuable wince the recent "boom". His friends, assisted by local oi nstabulary
and members of tWi Royal
North West Mounted Police,
have searched western Canada,
but have not been able to
locate him. The t ,,;ory ad-
that he is either sick
or
to enter judgment against you
Dated at South Fort George this 21sl
day of May, A.U. 1914.
MURPHY & MONTGOMERY,
Solicitors for the above-named
}Wtl
Plaintiff.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tHfe reserve existing upon Crown
lands in the Cariboo and Cassiar Districts, notice of which was published in
the B. C. Gazette on the 12th of September, 1907; also the reserve existing
upon Crown lands within the Land Recording Districts of Cariboo and Lillooet and the Kamloops Division of
Yale Land Recording District, notice
of which appeared in B. C. Gazette on
the 4th of April, 1911, is cancelled in
so far as the same reserves the said
lands from lease under the provisions
of the Land Act.
Landa R. A. RENWICK
Department,      Deputy Minister
Victoria,B.C. 22nd       of Landa.
April, 1914. 35-3mos.
ie met with an laccident. He
left here tli_ night of February
23   to visit   North Battleford.
sources unrivalled exhibit of the Sask.. planning to go to   Cal-
different   minerals found in the
province.   Only the other  d
it was announced lhat
WATER  NOTICE.
APPLICATION for a licence to take
and use Water will be made under the
" Water Act " of British Columbia as
follows : (l)The name of the applicant
is P. J. George. (2) The address of the
applicant is, Office of Division Engineer,
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Fort
George. (.')) The name of the stream
is South Fork of Fraser River. (4) Thc
water is to diverted from the stream on
the South side, about 3600 feet North
East from Dunster Depot on the main
line of the Grand Trunk Pacilic Railway.
(ft) The purpose for which the water
will be used is "Industrial Purposes."
(6) The land on which the water is to
be used is described as North West
Quarter, Lot seventy one eighty three
(71S.'I), Cariboo District, Province of
British Columbia. (7) The quantity of
water npplicd for is 100000 gallons per
day. (8) This notice wns posted on the
ground on the 28th day of May 1914.
(9) A copy of this notice and application
pursuant thereto and to the requirements of the "Water Act" will be
filed in the office of the Water Recorder
at Fort George. Objections may be
fileel with the said Water Recorder, or
with the Comptroller of Water Rights
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
within thirty days.
June 6th, 1914.
F. J. GEORGE, Applicant.
gary    afterward.   Since     then |
'lay  none of   his friends has     seen
well-  him     or heard      from,       and
backed    syndicate was starting  the police are  unable to obtain
to seriously explore tho plati-Lny    trace   as   to his where-!
Hum    deposits of the Similka- abouts,
Port Gce.mo, U.C. Victoria, B.C.
F. P. Ilureliin, Micr. F. C Giwn, Mgr.
Nule_eii, B.O.. A. H. Grain, Mnr.
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Civil Enftnra i, Dominion & It. C. Urn) Smwjori
Surveyu of Lunela, M in™, Towiulte. Tlml_ r
Limit a. Etc,
EGua
Aerated Water
Manufacturer
SPECIALTIES:
Ginger beer, Cider, Iron Brew
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
FOR   SAI E
B
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LoUe I. 5. « '
Lot* 13 4 11.
Lot 7. Block   •
Qua rtort'ftl    I'.
Two temall Bui .'
fenceil.   Title el.--
*3O0O   :    -
H. WILSON, Mgr-. Cornei
P.O. Bai 64
My Dear Readers :
Don't think  beea
been  making a big '
paper for the pasl I
we have gunc out i : •
merely a calm befi ■
We have been laying
studying your wants, ai
with difficulty thai   ■
able to suppress wh il
ing place at the Kenn
tablishment.
But now that  our \\
rived we feel  thai i
sion  will result   in '
tempornl but g"<"! '
souls.   During tha pa
wc   have   unloaded   11
goods at our wareho ise
Two cars  of (Ire" !
sist of the delicacieao'
Space will not alln^' ua
prices here,   or de ri
but we wi.-ih to exti
cordial Invitation to \
ery counter during thee
where we shall talk to
same interest as father
Our car load of   ur.V
Shoes assorts our stoi
tion.
We would like to draw
tion to our most beMtu
consisting of marten,
fisher muffs, siolea and
factum! by Fairweathen
own native furs.
We would also invite
our lace curtains.
carpet squares,
—and our conver
We remain,
Your most hiunl'i
i
WIU'
■.lllllllee'l
ation.
rvanta
Kennedy, Blair _ &.
LIMITKI'
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§ Do you contempt
BUILDING?      j>;
if vvorli'1""1'1'''1' ij
(Btlmntoa y,
DANFORTH&M'ES , jj
,'ll-iet "I"'"'     f'
rmm&lft-fi'
Then liivcallwi'1
Boto
Contract!'™
and Uuilili'ra A Weekly Journal of Local Gen-
i hal News, Published Every Satur.
,4v morning at its Printing Office
iv South FortGeorge.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Price   One Year in Advance   $3 00
Six Months in   " 2.00
Three "       "   " 1.50
To The United States    3 50
No paper stopped until all arrearages
ore paid except at the option of the
publishers.      	
RATES OF ADVERTISING
Twelve cents per line for the first insertion, and eight cents per line for
', ach subsequent insertion.
For Sale, Lost and Found Ads minimum charge 50 cents per insertion,
limited to one inch.
Other rates furnished on application.
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING
Company Limited
Publishers and Proprietors
South Fort George, B. C.
AT UP DAY, JUNE 20th, 1914.
INCORPORATION
The subject of Incorporation
,,( ihe three towns of Central
.md South Fort George and
Prince (Jeorge into a: municipality—is the dominant topic ' of
discussion these days. Committees and sub-committees aro
wrestling with the problem sur-
rounding it, and in offices, .and
ien street corners tnlk;and agru-
mriit is rife—for and against it;
ways and means, being brought
.mn' of it serious, some of it
frothy, much of il without
knowledge of the question in-
volved, but all apparently
lnokiiiLr for and seeking to se-
eii. information to guide them
in the- important step that is
under rontemplation.
We must not be/ carried away
with the idea that Incorporation is a cure-all, for tl_i ills
that effect the body politic.
On the contary we may find
that our troubles have just be-
l'uii,   nnd   from   blaming   the
emment~for what it does not
do for us, we will be blaming
those nearest home-our friends
and neighbors for sins of omission and sins of commission-
that will engage much printers
ink and newspaper to tell a
small portion of the criticism
that will |,e lei ]00Bei
A large urea is sought to bo
incorporated nnd with the diverse interests to be served the
sleeping dogs that have laid to
rest for a time under the general feeling of harmony, are
too apt to rise and bark loud
and voiferously unless' in
the incorporation sought and
in ihe immediate acts to .follow, wise judgement and careful balancing of the scales of
justice and right are lost sight
of.
The contemplation of the
movement in its wide consequence the immense projects to
be floated and carried through
for the welfare and happiness
of our people, might well cause
the calmest and most careful
and just candidate for mayor
and board of aldermen that
shall rule this incorporated
area, to pause before taking
upon themselves the .duties they
shall swear to promote to the
best interests of the greater
number—without regard to personal interests involved. The
widsom of a Solomon and the
patience of the best in all the
o,ges will be their greatest >a3-
set.
Occasionally, even now, before the real work has been put
in shape we hear rumors of selfish interests waiting to take
advantage   of   the passing  oi
w..v iivii  lu  luuu.u j_"iviii_i     ti.'u
other schemes. It should ■ be
made plain from the outset that
all public utilities shall be for
the benefit of the people only
—with due regard for such just
and fair laws as shall conserve
the rights of the capital invested for a just return on it»
value. Water and sewerage particularly is a health and publio
necessity that should concern
the public treasury and the officers in their administration
and no private company should
seek to embarress tha legislature in dealing with the same.
There are public utilities that
a young city might gracefully
and fairly encourage, private
oapital to develop in the interest of the people, with fair and
proper regulation, but where
th. public treasury is to be administered for all time in matters such as water and drainage,
tbjn let us hope a common interest will develop that there
be conservation of our best
energies to prosecute them successfully without hope of private gain or exploitation.
Any one who dares to do
otherwise than is'tbus indicated
should receive the public condemnation in no uncertain tone.
This brings us to the first
and important necessity that
care be used in the selection of
our rulers. Much criticism has
been hurled at the Victoria
Government for therr failures or
so called failures in Governing
this district. We are told they
now want ns to incorporate,
and govern ourselves. From
other sources come the suspicion that their desire for this
is not    entirely dis interested,
LAMBERT'S
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
of DRY GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, B001S and
SHOES now on.    Everything must go regardless of cost
Here are a few of OUR Prices
Celebrated Weinbreoner Shoe of Milwaukee
16 inches top with buckle, Reg. 10.00
12       „         „         „ „    9.00
8        „         „         „ „    7.50
6 inches top       -      - Reg.  6.50
6 inches top "Skookum" Reg.  4.50
Sale Price 7.25
Sale Price 5.95
Sale Price 4.75
Sale Price 4.25
Sale Price 2.75
All other famous lines such as:
LECKIE'S, BASS. PENETANG, CHIPPEWA, and
AMES HOLDEN & McCREADY'S going accordingly
Famous Robin Hood Underwear - Reg. 1.50 per garment • Sale Price .85
Natural Wool Pen-angle ~ Reg. 1.75  „     „ - Sale Price 1.10
Fine Light Balbriggak - Reg. 1.25 per suit  - - Sale Price .75
Light Weight Ribbed Underwear - Reg. 2.00 per suit • - Sale Price 1.00
PANAMA HATS Sfj
- Reg.  6.50
Sale Price 6.00
Sale Price 4.75
Sale Price 3.50
See our values in Shirts and Neckwear   ::   Large Range of Blankets
Fine Cashmere Socks, Reg. per pair 75c     -     - Sale Price 45c
Fine Cashmere Socks, Reg. per pair 60c     -     - Sale Price 40c
All Wool Ribbed Socks, Reg. per pair 40c     -     - Sale Price 25c
All Socks, Reg. 3 pairs for 1.00  - -  Sale Price 3 pairs for 50c
Everything marked in plain figures.
This Sale is on at South Fort George and Prince George only
J. B. LAMBERT.
« .u mm as a matter of fact
owing to the peculiur condit.
ions of that portion represant-
ed in the Grand Trunk Pacific
and Government sales4\vejnight
not be gaining what we think
we are, and it were better to
let things alone for the present
and not rush into something
we might regret.
In any event the Goverwi/m*
has taken all the money out
of the district they can hope to
take for sometime to come, the
financial condition of the/country, the state of the money
market, and th. business condition generally, does not warrant reckless extravagance in
money matters, and it ie
doubtful if bonds that would be
necessary almost at the begin-
ing to carry out the projects
for which we eeek incorporation
could be sold to best advantage to the treasury of the incorporated city at this time
or any time this year.
Incosporation is not a toy
we cry for to be handled gayly.
We are not entering on a grand
triumphal procession that shall
be all joy and gladness. It is
serious business, and strong
men are needed in th.s hour of
our progress that we ma'.ce no
mistakes, and that we guidp
aright our ship of incorporated
reality, if in the final analysis
it is deemed wise to proceed.
It is no time for rejoicing, but
for tlv'nking and planning a
sarious bus'ness venture and
where it is leading us we know
not   as yet.
PROGRAMME OF SPORTS
ON JULY 1st
An elaborate programme has
been arranged and $1,000.00
will be given in prizes. The
following sports will be held
on Fourth Street in the morning : Wet Hose Race, 150 yds.;
Hub and Hub Race, 150 yards;
Horse Race, Free For All, best
two out of three heats; Pony
Race, under 15 hands, two
out of three heats. The following sports to be held on
the baseball grounds commencing nt 1.30 p. m— 100yd.
dash, free for all; standing
broad jump, free for all; sack
race; Boys race, 100yd . dash,
under 15 years; Girls race, 100
yd. dash, under 15 years; child-
rens race, 50 yd. dash, under
10 years. Running the bases,
free for all, 3.30 p.;m. Baseball game between either McBride or Quesnel nnd South
Fort George for a purse ol
1250.00.
The following will be held on
Fourth Street in the evening
at 7 o'clock : Putting shot,
free for all; Running broad
jump, free or all; high-jump,
free for all; to be followed by
a one mile canoe race to be
held on the Fraser River free
for all.
SENTENCED TO HANG
Frank Bevagua who murdered his partner at Stoney
Creek near Vancouver on May
18th was sentenced to hang on
September 1st next.. Bc^agua
was arrested, tried and sentenced inside of three weeks
Both men were Italians.
Championship Baseball here
on July 1st for a purse of
$250 between Quesnel or McBride and South Fort George.
Mediators at Niagaga Falls,
Ont, have absoluely refused to
have anything further to do with
Carranza.
Fort George Undertaking Co.
w%
J. W. FANDIFORD
H. WAPSHOT
J. P. MILNE
Stock of Caskets and Shipping Cases always on
hand.   Out-of town calls promptly attended to.
Phone Sandiford 23.
H.  WAPSHOW,  Licensed   Embalmer,  Manager.
Fast Motor Boat Service.
Po R9 T# Co#
Special rates to landseekers and prospectors to Fort
St. James, Fort Fraser and Giscombe Portage.
Reliable and efficient service. Call, wire or phone.
R. L. WATT, Robarts Hotel, South Fort George; or
Great West Investment Co., Johnson Blk., S. FortGeorge.
Northern Interior
Building & Loan Association, Ld.
OFFER FOR SALE.
Three modern Bungalows, situated oo Corner of 8th Avenae ud
Brunswick Street, Prince George, at an extremely low price.
Terns; One Quarter Cas . Biluc* cu be paid ii MilM; iutalneoli.
BAIN & WILSON, LTD., Exclusive Agents, PRINCE CEORGE.
AMERICAN PLAN
Hate
Corner Hamilton & Third
EXCELLENT CUISINE
^
The n .west and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Rates $2.50 and $3
Monthly and weekly rat*, on ■*•
Bait of wliui,
quoni and c _rara
Albert Johnson,
__9
OUR BONE DRY LUMBER
(Costs No More Than Other Lumber)
Sawn last summer and thoroughly weather and frost Dried.
—ALSO—
Killn Dried Finish
and Moul dings.
SASHES DOORS SHINGLES
BUILDING PAPERS READY ROOFING
STORE FRONTS      COTTAGE FRONT WINDOWS '
Wood $3 per Cord Delivered
Fort George Trading & Lumber Co., Ltd.
Phone 11 C.  MCELROY, \      Phone 111
SOUTH FORT GEORGE. Manaeger. FORT GEORGE.
If you are going to PEACE RIVER
CONSIGN YOUR FREIGHT TO US
At Nile 194 G. T. P. care George McDowell
We will store and deliver to SUMMIT LAKE for .25.00 per
ton. Motor Boat will leave 194 every Wednesday with freight
and passengers for GISCOMBE.
SEEBACK & HUBBLE
EMPRESS, HOTEL
Comer 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
Fort George & Alberta
Telephone & Electric  Co., Ltd.
Shares for Sale at par value of $160.00 each
Terms of Payment 25 per cent, on allotment, 25 per
cent, two months, 25 per cent, four months and
balance six months after allotment     ::      ::      ::
BAIN & WILSON, Ltd. user PRINCE GEORGE.
■•..
If Following we publish the balance of the Baseball Schedule :
June
st
Own your own home! You
can build your future home
now at the minimum of'expense.
No building is too large
or too small to receive
our careful attention.
Blue print . and plans furnished.
Get our estimates.
Bronger & Flynn
Contractors and Builders
SOUTH FOKT GEORGE
MAN,
Agent,
CANCELLATION  OF  RESERVE.
lo u
of 111
NOTICE
ie- reserve
,EY.
IS   HEREBY  GIVEN"   that
existing u|eeeii certain landi
I in   Cariboo   Iiislriet    ley   reason   uf   a
I notice   of   reserve   published   in   the
"     ': Hriti. .1 Columbia Gazette un the 29th
CT       of Augrust, 1907, is cancelled in so far
'    i as it relates tee the following Lots:—
i-burn    Lots 6670, 6669, 3238, 3237a, 3235a, 3237,
vis tee   3236, N. .   3240, 3239.  3241a, 3241, 3242,
-   the   3243a, 3243, 3244. 3244a, 5519, 5518, 5517,
•i:,ii>ii   3:,4rii r,r.j.j,  GT,Ir..  N.  .   and U.K.',   5514, i South   \
Ain   ' ;!-',,;. 3246a, 5511, 5510, S. _ and N.W.M
"j   ■■).'■"   3247,  3247a,   324S,   3249,  5512,  5508,  N.   .
..ii,.b;   5609, 3250ae 3250, 3251, 5507, 3252, 5505,
!ss, to   3253, 5503, 2254a. 3254. N. . 5502, 3255a,
■' irse   3255,   N.  '.■    and S. E. '4    3256,   E. '_
5497,    5501.    6500,    2257a,    3257.    5498,
2259,    3259;.,    5499,    3260,    N.   IA   5492,
'1 WHL'RN     ! 3261a,     3261,     N".    _     and    S.   E.   Vi
John MacDonell, Agent   5487,    6488,    E     .     5490,    N.   'i  and
 , — I S.W. . 54S9, 3263. N.'s and S.E. _ 3264,
TORT GEe R IE  LAND DISTRICT.     ! 3265a, 3265, 6485, 54S4, 326Sa, 3265 (Por-
: la Peact River. tion East of Fraser River), 5453, 5482,
TAKEN Tl El it Le .»n McLeod,, 3269| S270, 5456, 5481, S.4 3271, 3272,
of tiretoiner, B. e.„ hotel clerk, Intends . B4cn o , .-470 097- tors 3978 3'79
to apply for permission to purchase the «»«■ » 'fi\ ui'n.iM»J«A «9«i
following described lands: Commencing 3250, N. and S.E. Vi ,6,1, 40,6 and 3284,
at a post plnnted on the north-east all ln Group One, Cariboo District,
bank of the Finlay P.lver about eleven t which will be opened to entry by pre-
mlles up-stream from Fort Graham,' emption or. the 15th day of June, 1914,
marked :. McL.'s N... cornor ; thence at 9 ^m ln the forenoon, All appllca-
ZA„ ,,.::V:- ''A! Tor. or less fo «°n» ""■"" be made at the office uf the
rlvei thance' ( I ra'lng the course' of Assistant Commissioner of the District
emmer.ei.ment;   con-   at Fort George,
(.'ache' vs. South at Cache.
Prince vs, Central at Prince.
June 28th.
Central vs. Cache at Central.
South vs. Prince at South.
.July  Ith
Central VS. Cache' at  Cache,
postponed from June 7th.
July 5th
Central vs. South at Central.
Cache vs. Prince at Cacl*e,
July 12th
Cache vs. South at South.
Prince vs. Central at Central.
July 19th
Central vs, Cache at Cache.
South vs.  Prince at Prince.
July 26th
Prince vs. Cache at Prince.
South vs. Central at South.
August 2nd.
Cache vs. South at Cache.
Prince vs.  Central at Prince.
August 9th.
Central vs. Cache at Central,
South vs. Prince at South.
August 16th
Prince vs. Cache at Cache.
South vs, Central at Central
August 23rd
Cache vs, South at South.
Central vs. Prince a,t Central.
August 30th
Central vs. Cache at Cache.
Prince at Prince.
ACCEPTED   TENDER
1; the Scavenger Work of Prince
George, South Fort George,
and Furt George.
lews.
li
tr,   pee
lalnltiK ISO acre
Dated Man
Hl.AN MeLEOD.
a Ij .nell. Agent
IE  LAND  lelSTRICT.     (
•   il   ! Iw 1 r.i Pro.se,
. ie ksmlth, wete-ri'ls
n    -   ■   to purchase the\
Is    Ce.mrnenrintj j
I on" tin       tl -east bank i
•  eleven  miles
'  fi   1   im  nii 1   four
I    P.'s S Vi. corner";
ha   e    I  en <■ north  801
A'esl   "   c! lins;   thence
'   .M of eeimmen   .- j
'. i"     1 es  more or less.
EDW '■ RD PROWSE.
John MacDonell, Agent.
R. A. RENWICK.
Deputy Minister of Lands
Lands Department,
Victoria B.C.
25th  March, 1914.
CANCELLATION   OF  RESERVE.
'UT OEOROE  LAND   [>ISTUI''T
Distrii t of Peace Rivcr.
eleven mlles
". and leli'iut
II P.'s S.W
ah s; thence
-1 80 chains;
nl .if comae |e-s,   meere.
Mill
line
chai
Fort
P.iei!,
then
tKER.
,   Agent
! lands
I on they River
:em from
ln«nl   , 01 ■ iii
llille-'l   Me,,
CHAR
Jo
Mt'l.I.KH
lonell, A"e.
FORT UBOROE  l.i
Districl of Pee
, TAKE  NOTICE  thai
Vancouver,  H   c    leai
apply  I.e,   permission
followim dene rihed  I 11
at a uosi planted on th
of  thc   Finlay   Rlvei
mile's up-stream from
mnrke.el   "J,   H's   SW
enu !0 chains;  thene e
thence wesl 80 chnins
t' <• river; them e folio'
tlie-   river  tee   |„,|nt   „
containing 41,0 acres, i
Dated March i, 1911
Bowei
Intend
pi
1
IOH>
•leehn MacDe
NOTICE   IS HEREBY GIVEN   that
the reserve existing upon certain lands
in Cariboo I .strict ley reason of notices
■ker, 'if  "t reserve   published   in   the   British
to ,e|i-! Columbia Gazette on January 10th, and
he fol-  August 29th, 1907, is cancelled in so far
r,"\K &i as relates to the following lots:—
Lots 71S8, 7187, 7186, 7185, 7180, 7181.
7182, 7179, 717S, 7175. 7174, 7176, 7177,
7170, 7171. 7172. 7169, 7165,7108, 7157,
7164, 7156, 7155, 7154, 7153, E. _ 7160,
7152, 7151, N.E . /158, 6040, 6041, E._i
0042, 6038, 6038a, 6037, ... . 6036, 603?,,
6032, 6030, 60211, 6039, 6028, W.'j 6026,
6034, 61124, E.Vj 6019, 6019a, W.to 6022,
\V.!4 6021, 6017, Fractional Vf. _ and
S.E. . 6014, 6014a, N.E. . 6011, S. _
6010, 6010a, 0009, 6009a, 6004, 6006, 6003,
5681, 5680, 5679, 5678, 5677, 5676, 5673,
7087, E.'ii 7081, Fractional N.W. .
TUSH. 7082, 7068, 7067, 7062, Fractional
NW.'i and Frn.'tie,nal N.E. . 7061,
7056, S.W.'i and N.W.Vi 7052, 7055,
5360a, 5350, 5341, 5340, 5336, N.'_ and
S.E.VS 5337, 5335, 5349, 7050, 5347, 5346,
5344, 5348, 5343, 5345, 5342, 5339, 5313,
N. i-2 and S.W.'i 5309, 5311, 5305, N.Mi
5304, 7238, N. .7228, 7223, S. Mi 7232,
7222. S.'j and N.W. . 7220, 7224. 7233,
7221, 7215, V.. '■-• 7214, 7216, 7212, 7210,
7208, 7207, 7204, 7206, 7211, 7203, 7202,
7201, 7200, 7209, 7198, 7195, 7196, 7205,
7199, 7197, 7190, 7194, 7193, 7192, 7191
and 7189. all In Group One, Cariboo
Distriot, which will be opened to entry
by pre-emption mi the first day of
lnne, 1914, at 9 a.m. in the forenoon.
Applications will be received at the
office of the Assistant Commissioner
al McBride, for one week from the first
day of June, after which applications
may be made at the office of the
Assistant Commissioner at Fort
George.
U. A. FBNWICK,
Deputy Minister of Lands
Lands Department,    |
Victoria, B.C.,
25th Mracll, 1914.
One Family House-For the removal of night soil 50c per pail.    Garbage tree.    Disinfecting,   each can as
per sanitary order, calling once a week.
;   Two mt more Family HousE-For
j the removal of night soil 50c per pail,
garbage 25c per barrel.   Disinfecting,
I each can as per sanitary order, calling
; as often as per ordered.
Hotels, Restaurants, Pool Rooms,
Lodging Houses, Stores, and any
OTHER   PUBLIC   BUILDINGS-Night   soil
cno can toilet 50c per pail, two-can 35c
j per pail, four-can 25c per pail.    Gar-
i bage 25cper barrel calhngonee a week,
I 15c per barrel calling every night.    Disinfecting   all   cans  and   barrels,   said
barrel tube regulation size, 16 inches in
diameter, 26 inches deep.
Dead Animals—For hauling away
ami burning any animal, weigiiing under 100 lbs. $2.00. For hauling away
ami burning any one animal of 100 lbs.
and over, $5.00. For hauling away and
burning any dead or condemned meat
icut up, fruit or vegetables $3.00 per
!load of 1000 lbs.
Government Dumping Ground-1
will keep one man or more if so ordered
at same ground at all times, and it shall
be his said bus-ineFS  to keep burnt and
in  sanitary   condition   at   all    times,
Government   Dumping  Ground, . said
' dumping ground  to  be  opened from 7
j a.m. to 6 p.m. to  the  public, of which
i he will burn and  dispose  of all refuse,
j stable manure, hauled to same by owner
free of charge.
I, the undersigned, do hereby under-
i stand that all fees  for same scavenger
! work  are   to   be   collected   from   the i
owners of same,   and that  all expense j
for said scavenger work, including the
maintenance  uf dumping  ground  arc
paid for by the tender.   I am willing to
i furnish bonds that I  will  carry out all
orders (and keep in sanitary condition)
iof  Government   Agent   and   Sanitary
j Inspector,   and  that 1  can, and have
1 done  scavenger  work  satisfactory  to
I the  party  named  below,   Stevens   S.
Dienhofen,Germany, June   13.   Hoskinn.,     Government    Aeent    at
Anothpr of   ttiP   7pnnplin    air.! Hazelton,  John Conway, Government
Anotner ot   tne  ieppenn   air- Agent   »t  Stewarti  Henry  Avi9on>
ships OI the  German  army,   the  Provincial Sanitary Inspector, B. C.
" Z 1," was badly wrecked near Respectfully yours,
here today.    -While trying   to (Si«ncd) EUGENE CASHMAN
effect an emergency landing the'  British 8oufb^^co.umbi'l5' 0WnW
air   eraser   broke    at     right
South Fort George, B. C.
June 10th, 1914.
WE SELL EVERYTHING
- BUT GROCERIES -
Northern Lumber & Mercantile
Company, Limited
W. F. COOKE. Pro.
tUSSEU. PEDEN, Vict Pin.
C E. MtUliCHUS, SmiUrj
AIRSHIP. WRECKED
20-6-lt
-THE CONSTRUCTION OF-
AMENDMENT TO HOME RULE
angles behind the rear gondola,
A lieutenant was injured.
The accident occured during a;
flight   from   Cologne to Metz.
The "Zl" with a military crew! 	
on board ran into a rainstorm, Asquith made an announce-
and the commander decided to;ment last week that he intends
descend, when the vessel was to introduce a bill to amend the
within a few yards of the ground Irish Home Rule Bill now before
a sudden gust of wind forced it the Lords and which has passed
violently to earth and virtually'its second reading, Lords how-
broke it in two, ever will be free to amend bill.
I
The Pacilic Great Eastern Ry.
On the east side of the Fraser River between Prince
George and White's Landiug (Big Prairie) means thu
opening up of the largest compact area of pood farm
lands in the Fort George district. We now offer for
sale, in farms of 1G0 acres or more, the best selections
along the new railway. These lands were carefully
cruised and selected four years ago. We own ail
landa offered and give guaranteed title.
Prices the lowest and terms the best.
Special Inducements to actual settlers.
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
South Fort George, B.C.
L. R. WALKER       ....       General Agent
DARE-DEVIL   BEACIIY   PULLS   A
NEW   THRILLER
mmonelng
ellli-e'lliet  lmnk
it twenty-one
I Oraham, unci
rner"; thelice
rtli 80 chainB;
■me'iit;
H IWBS.
noil? An-e.nt
TORT OBOROE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrict e,f Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE tlmt William Mills, nf
vnncouver, It c, logger, Intenda to apply ror permlBBlon tei purchase tlic following described lands: Commencim at
a pos Planted .en the north-east lmnk nf
ine -inlay River iilmut twenty-one mile*
up-Btream from Fort Oraham and Hirer
milesi and n quarter easel, marked "W.
si.b s.w. corner"! thence easl nn riming
thenre north 80 chainB: Hience west go
clinins; thence smith so chains tn pnint
ni commencement; . <,ntuinini. (nn oorea
nice ne- lese.
Dated  Mnrch  7.  IBM,
Wil.I,I \M  MILLS.
John  MacDonell, Agent
ftuit Baking
NOW you can buy
3 Loaves Bread for 25c
AT  THE
PORT OEORGE   l.ANI)  I.ISTItlCT.
HI»nlet nf Peace Itiver.
r\KI-, NOTICE tlmt imvkl Fields, of
Vancouver, B, C, logger, Intenils to apply for pi-i'inlBHlnn tu purchano the following elescrlhed laiuls: Commencing al
a post planted e.n tlio north-east leanli of
the Finlay Hiver about twenty-one mllea
up-stream freem Furt Graham and two
miles nnd n quarter east, mnrkod "n
I' b s.w. corner"; thenee east 80 chains:
tiience m,rth 80 elinlns; thenee wesl 80
chains; thenco RUuth 80 clinins to point
\cornmencement; ciinuiiiiiig imu acres
\i-e or less.
\atejd  March  7,  1914.
DAVID FIELDS,
John MacDonell, Agent.
Also PASTRY and CAKES at
Reasonable Prices
J. F.   CAMPBELL
CIVIL ENGINEER
British  Colombia  Land  Surveyor
Land Aeent      Timbor CruliHtr
Representing (JOKE & McGItEGOR, Limited
McGregor Building. Third Street, SOUTH
FORT GEORGE. B. C.
The photograph shows Lincoln Beachy, the aviator, in his latest
thriller, "indoor flying." Not being satisfied with having the
honor to be the first man in this country to " loop-the-loop " in an
aeroplane. Beachy made a flight in the Palace of Machinery Hall the
largest building in the world, located on the grounds of the Panama
Pacific Exposition at San Francisco. He guided his machine in a
space 900 feet long and seventy-five feet wide. No turns or twists
were attempted, the flight being made on a straight-away The
only difficulty experienced by the airman was in landing, when the
aeroplane struck a puddle of water, the brakes refused to work and
the machine crashed through the large strips of cloth, which had
been hung to impede the speed, and then continued on up against
the wall. The forward planes were damaged but Beachy was
unhurt.
After the flight Beachy announced his intention of attemDtina
a flght underground if a suitable place could be found Neither
the New York Subway, nor Mamoth Cave are large enough at
present.
if=
We are the sole agents for over 1000
lots in Prince George comprising some of
the choicest business and residental lots
in the G. T. P. Townsite.
One of our firm will attend the Government Sale of lots in this district at Vancouver and Victoria, and will buy for
clients at a very moderate commission.
FOR PRICES AND TERMS WRITE, CALL OR WIRE
SOUTH FORT GEORGE & PRINCE GE0R0
V;
==^
P. BURNS & CO. Ltd.
of
eats
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all
Fresh and Cured
H«Hmr   Cl^mm   Vnnm.      I       GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL
Butter, tneese, eggs;   |   parts of city
Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Live Stock
phone 88
Phone SS
Fort George and Sooth Fort George.
Save a Day to Vancouver hy Travelling with
INLAND EXPRESS Co. U
The Royal Mail and Express Route Steamers
OPERATOR, CONVEYOR and HAMMON
connecting at Quesnel with Autos, for Ashcroit
STEAMER   LEAVES   SOUTII   FORT  G'MRGE   EVER
Round Trip to Ashcroft $80, Single $45.50
PHONE   84   POR   RESERVATIONS.
OET OVH  HATES OM  EXPHESS
Leslie Cameron, Superintendent,
Ashcroft, I J. C.
D. E. Mace, Ag
South Foi"'
Gi'
Oltl'B
ktaJBM
Mitt
SMI TAK
ul    l I"'
ttlUJl)
/ 11. C, miner, Intends tu
'rmission tee purohase the
icribed lands: Commencing
iieei em tlie nortli-east bank
Kiver about nine miles up-
i .ei t Graham, marked "J.
ner"; thence east su enains;
Mi chains; thenee west -io
iii1 less, lu tin: riier; thenee
course ut the river to point
nent; containing ISO acres,
h I. 1914-
JAMES   KIDDLE Y..
John MacDonell, Anent.
'Tie
■; ,A.\D DlSTitlUT,
I feace Hii i'r.
tnat   .lllehiiel  rutrlell
uver,   B.  C„   engineer,
1 .nn
te,  pur
lunils
tne
describe
post  plunteil
tne     l-inieey   lllver
stream   irum   Kort
east,    marked
;   thenee   e.ist
.■huins; tiience
ith Hi) chains
it;  containing
TAKE   \e
Of    Vuilcnilv
to apply fo,
following ef
"M^.J^a'TO'the
er.
l'.ndln
r u
up-st  	
mile east, n
thence east
eiiuins;   i, i,. n
smith  Ml  ,■;,;
ment; contal
Dated .Mm
in
mt Charles Cahalin,
.,    lulmrer,   Intends
ion le, purchase the
1 iiiiiels:   Commencing
north-east bunk
ut eleven miles
'ileum   ami   nne
i S.W. corner";
nortii   su
i;   thenee
einineni'e-
'.- or less.
Hiver uf
rt  (;
tl
sl    Ml
Him
k mo acres
■■	
CHARLES CAHALIN.
•nihil MacDonell, Agont
i'i)H'I' Oi.;
Dlst
TAKK    Nl
of   Vancouvi
tends   to  apply
lee    follow
UHliK
lie't  of
i'f li'i-;
l:
Commei
north-ei
nbnut
fort (ii
nor"; tl
.su chali
soutl
ment
Da
LAND   DISTRICT,
Peace River.
lout Thomas Baird,
''.,   shipwright,   ln-
permission   to  pur-
el   lanas:
le
1'ATItH
li   .Mlielu
K  HYA.V
nell,  Age,
' '"i- ■'[ u post planted on the
si hank of ti„. |.-iMiay Uiv(.,.
oven miles up-stream rrom
iiiuiii, marked "T. H.'s S.W. cornice <'a_t so chains; thence nortli
•vest Ml ehulns; thenee
■ei leeilut eef commence-
•iin acres, more or less.
1911.
THOMAS   BAIRD.
lohn MacDonell, Agent.
su cha
con tali
il Mar.
iKT QKOKGI
LAND  DISTHICT.
Peace Hiver.
•|.. tlmt .lulin ''err, ot
•„ logger, Iutemls to
lissieen to purehuse tlie
iieei lands: Commencing
1 on the nortli-east bunk
Kiier   nl
ort  '-!
rked "J. C
Murcli I
uiu ac
r.n I.
mt nine miles
ilium and two
i .n.w. corner";
lellee solltll XO
chains; thence
e.,1 t'eeiniiieuee-
i, mure or less.
JOHN'   CERR.
MacDonell, Agent.
that
i HIS'
Hilel
.Mi.'l
c.
KORT  (i
Di
TAKE   NO
e.f  Vancouve
lee  apply   feel
following di:
at a post pla
eef tlie. Kinlay
stream from
M.'s s.w. cor
thenee nortii
chains: them
of commence
mure' or less.
Dated Mar
o_GK
riil of
tl
it;
[.AND   DISTRICT.
Peace River.
11 iij.ii   Murray,
mster, Intends
"ii to purchase tiie
anils: Commencing
the north-east bank
limit nine miles up-
rahani,  marked "H.
•in ast Kii chains;
ns; thonce wost Su
mi chains to peeint
attaining 640 acres,
miles eust, marked "D. MoC.'S S.W. corner"; thenee eust SU cbains; tiience nortli
Sl) eliuins; thenee west 80 cbuins; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement; contuining 640 acres, more or less.
Dated Murcli 5, lllll.
DANIEL  MeCARTV'.
John  MaeDonell, Agent.
KOItT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
District   of   I'eaee   Hiver.
TAKE NOTICE that Tom Snowuon,
of Vancouver, 13. £, butcher, Intenils tu
upply for permission lo purchase tlie
following descrilied lands: Commeneing
at a pust piunted un the north-east bank
of the Kinlay River about III teen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and three
miles eust. marked "T. S.'s S.W. corner"; thence eust SO eliains; thenee nortii
Sll ehalns; tiience west SO eliains; thenee
south so chains lo point of commencement; containing 010 acres, mure or less.
Dated   .March   ,r>,   1914.
TOM  SNOWDON.
John   MaeDonell,   Agent.
su chains; thence iv.
north  so chains tu
ment, containing oio	
Duted .Mareh   I,  lull.
duncan McGillvary,
.luhn   MacDunell,   Agent
more ur le.ss.
 - I    —.     •-. -     ...     ...    ,ueeie_    ;     kumiuu     eual
su chains; thenee  80 ehalns; thenee suutli su chains; thence
int ul   commence-1 woBt su chain:.;  thence north  SO chains
to  point  of  commencement;  cuntaining
Oil) ucres,  mole or les .
Daled  March  6,   1911.
GEORGE BLATCHFORP.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT GEORGE  I.AND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace itiver.
TAKE NOTICE tiiat Sidney Kearney,
of Vancouver, II. tl., cooks. Intends to
upply for permission to purcliase the
following descrihed lands: Commencing
ut a post iilanted on the north-east hank
eef tlie' !• inlay Hiver ahout eleven mile's
up-stream from I-ort Graham ami live:
miles east, marked "S, K.'s S.V
ner'; thenee east Mi ehulns; thence north
so ehains; thence west so chains; thenee
seiutli SO eliains tu peeint ol' commencement; eontaining fine acres, more eer less.
Dated  .March   I,   191 I.
SIDNEY KEARNEY.
John MaeDonell, Agent.
TORT   CEORCE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District  of   Peace-   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred M. Rutherford, of Vancouver, B, C, salesman, Intends to apply for perniission to purchuse tlie fulluwing described lands:
Commencing at a pust planted on the
north-east bauk of the Finlay River
about fifteen miles up-stream irom Fort
Graham and twu iniles east, marked "W.
M. R.'s S.W. comer"; tiience cast 80
chains; thence nortii 80 cliains; tiience
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement; contuining
040 acres,  more or less.
Dated March 0, 1914.
WILFRED  M.  RUTHERFORD.
John  MacDunell,  Agent.
KORT   OEOROE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dislrii t uf Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Findlay Robertson, of Vancouver, B, C, bridge-man, intends to apply lor permission in purchase the following described lands:
i ommenelng at a post planted un tlie
north-east hank of the- IInlay River
about seventeen mile's up-stream from
lurt Graham ami marked "I'1. H.'s S.W.
corner"; thence east SO chains; thenee
iiorth 80 chains; thenee wesl 80 cliains;
tiience soutli SO cliains to puint of com-
mencement; containing 010 acres, more
or less.
Daled March 0, 191 1.
FINDLAY ROBERTSON.
John  MacDonell,   Agent.
FORT  GEORGE   I.AND DISTRICT.
District of Peacc River.
TAKE  NOTICE   that  James   W.   Flaherty, uf Vancouver, B, C, superintendent, inteiuls  tu apply for permission  lo
purchase the  fullowing ilescribed  lands:
Commencing   at  a   post   planted   un   the
north-east   bank   of   tlie   Kinlay    River
'":  about fifteen iniles up-stream from l-'ort
Oraham   and   four   miles   east,   marked
"J.    W,    K.'s    N.    W.    corner";    tiience
east SO ciiuins;  tiience south 80 chains;
thence west 80  chains;  iheuce  nurth  80
cliains to point of commencement; containing  040 acres,   more    .' less.
Dated  .March   6,   1911.
JAMES   W.   KLAIIERTY.
John MacDonell, Agent.
I,  1911.
lit'OII MURRAY.    I
John MacDonell, Agent, j
IT  GEORGE
TAKI
'   Vane
li.
permission
; described
..st  planted
die'   Kinlay
leislrte-t ol
NOTICE
uuve-r, li.
apply   fe
ie    fulluw
"1".
rner,
in .
st   banl
ked
•lest
e   |",;nt   ol
tu a. res, more
D.ete.el   .March
'lllll
1 il   1
Mil
,   191 1.
'1IAEL
leehll   .Mil
McDONALD.
I'Donell.   Agent.
i IRQ
h 1   '
i:   l.ANI
if Peace
e   DISTRICT.
River.
t      Daniel      K.
■ 'Tie
■ \ .
IE     tha
tit'iein er,
tue- pen
11.   ('..    hegglT,
''"'
vlng   de
:e   post   |
scribed   Inn.Is:
ilanted  on   tlie
u k
e f   lhe
Kinlay     River
LANI) DISTRI
Peace River,
hat Charles W
_, tlmber-faller, m-
pe-rinissleili to pur-
ig described lanos:
a peest planted on the
of tin' Kinlay Hiver
i up-stream from Keert
ee miles east, marked
orner": thence east SO
outh 80 chuins; thence
thence nortli SO cliains
encement; containing
ir less.
4, 1914.
CHARLES WERNER,
John MacDonell, Agent.
TORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTKICT.
District  of  Peace   Hiver.
TAKE NOTICE that Harry N. Chenier,
of Vancouver, II. C, painter, (ntends io
apply for permission to purcliuse the
following described lands: Commenciiig
at a post planted on the nnrth-east bank
of the 1-Inlay River about fifteen miles
up-stream from Kurt Graham and one
mile east, marked "11. N. C.'s S.W. corner';; thetice east 80 chains; theuce nortii
su chainB; thence west so chains; thence
soutii 80 chains to point uf commencement; containing GI0 acres, more or less.
Dated Marcli 6, 1911.
HARRV  N.  CHENIER.
Jiehn  MacDonell.  Agent.
I     KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace  Itiver.
TAKE  NOTICE  that Charles  J.   Egg-
ley,   of   Vancouver,   ll,   C,   construction
foreman,   Intends   to  apply   for   permission to purchase the foliuwing described,    ,,,.   , ,i„.i
lands: Commencing at a post planted ™ S'l ,,ul J'"'",r ",'
Ithe north-east hank of the Kinlay  River P.1... If   A'l   A
ubeeiit eleven miles up-stream from rort I "J "■'"'"] ',''" ,,'•
Graham   and   four   iniles   east,   marked I °r me Jlma5  K1
TORT   GEORGE   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District nt Peace- River,
TAKE NOTICE that Juhn Cockton, of
Vaneouver, B. C, master mariner, intends to upply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted un th?
north-east Lank of the Kinlay itiver
about tlfteen miles up-stream Irom Kort
Graham and one mile east, marked ".i.
C.'s N.W. corner"; thence east su cliains;
thenoe suuth SO cliains; tiience wust So
cliains; tiience north SO chains lo point
nf commencement; containing 010 acres,
more or less.
Dated  March   5,  1914.
JOHN COCKTON.
John   MacDnnell, Agent.
chains;   thence  north  80  chains;   thenc*
west   80   cliains,   more   or   lees,   lo   in»
river; thence following the course or tha
river" to   point   of   commencement;   containing 480 acres, more or lesa.
Dated   March   6,   1914.      „„T „„_..
AUGUST   DELRIEN.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
KORT   GEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that Rudolph Schno-
tcr. uf Vancouver, B. C, cigar manufacturer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted on
tlie north-east bank of the Kinlay River
about twenty-one miles up-stream from
Fort Graham, and marked "R. S.'s N.W.
corner": thence east 20 chains; thence
south SO chains, more or less, to the
liver; thence following the course of
the river to point of commencement;
containing 160 acres, more or less.
Dated .Marcli 7, 1914. 	
HUDLOPH   SOHNOTER.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
KURT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District nf Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE that William Smitli, nf
Vancouver.   B.   0.,   teamster,   inteiuls   tn
fur
lamls
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE that James McDonald, of Vancouver, B. C, labourer, intends to upply for permission to purchase the following ilescribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-east bank of the Finlay River
about twenty-one miles up-stream from
Kort Graham and one mile and a quarter east, marked "J. McD.'s N.W. corner": thencc east SO cliains; thence
south 80 chains; thencc west 80 chains;
tiience north 80 chnins to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more
or  less.
Dated   March   7,   1914.
■     JAMES McDONALD.
ti
r ab
north-
nt tiilrtee
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District eif Peace Rlvcr.
,,c,    TAKE   NOTICE   that   Stephen   Camp-
icing, hell, of Vancouver, B. C, log. er, intonds
st b:
mile
"C. J. E.'s N.W. comer,"; thence east up-stream from 1-"oi• Gralinm and tw,
80 chains; thence south 86 chains; thence miles east, marked \\, s.s s.W. cor
nt-st 80 ciiuins;  thence nurth so chains „°r i t,henc?, east 80 ehalns; thence nortl
Ibe
tee    | oint   of
0 10 acres, mi
Dat.-el Mar'
immencoment;   containing
or less.
914.
RLES J. EGGLEY.
in  .MacDonell,  Agent.
SO chains; thence west 80 chains; thonce
south  80 chains  to [mint of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
I land March 6,  191 I
WILLIAM   SMITH.
John   MacDonell.  Agimt.
mile's   e
sl,
- rner"
them
i   Fort
larked
list   Sll;
^^^^^     chains:   th
s;   tiee-i  seiutli  SO cl
, ommencement;  contalnin:
i ' less.
h  -I,  1914.
DANIEL I■'. CAMPBELL.
John   MucDonell,   Agent
K.eKT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas Buchan-
e, eef  Vancouver,  It. C, miner,  intends
apply fur permission to purcliase the
lluu ing  described  land
a j,nst planti'el em the north-east
Kinlay Itiver abeent thirteen I
jam   from   Kort  Graham  and   one
ist, marked "T. R.'s N.W. corner ,
east  SO ciiuins;   thence soutii   80
;   thance  west   SO   chuins;   thence
80 chains to point uf commence-
ntalning 640 acres, more or less.
:if  II
UP-8t
nortl
me'llt
KORT   GEORGE   LANI)   DISTRICT.     j
District e,f Peace River.
TAKE   NOTICE   Elliat   Frank   Charles!
Norbeck, of Vancouver, B. C, broker, intenils  to  apply   for  permission   to  purchase    the    following   described    lands:
Commencing  at  a post  planted  on  tiie!
north-east   hank   of   tiie   Finlay   River
about llftee-ii miles up-streum from Fort
Oraham,   marked  "K.  C.  N.'s  S.W.  corner"; thence east 80 eliains; thence nortii I
SO cliains; thence west SO chains; thence I
soutii  SO cliains to point of commence-
mnii-nelng j m(.nl. cuntalnlng 610 acres, more or less.
-  ' bank j    Dated March .i, 1914.
"lk'S| FRANK CHARLES NORBECK.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.      „    .  , ,.,     ~T~TTT7T7_T,
District of Peace Itiver TORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISIRICT.
TAKE NOTICE that Mart-in 0. Lund, _,, ,.,.1>i",!.!;',t ,','.r feace^Rlver.
of Vancouver, B, C, chef, Intends to (, TAKE NOTICE teat James Suther-
apply for permission to purchase the! ""I "f Vancouver, I., i painter, In-
following described lands: Commencing 'i'"'18 t0, ""S1., *".'' Permiss on to pur-
ata post planted on the north-east bank ™ase th,e lollowing described lands:
of the Finlay River about seventeen Commencing at a pees planted on the
miles up-stream from Fort Graliam andnPrt.-'eW bank ".' the '''"''''J' I*lver
live miles east, marked "M. O. L.'s S.W. I .J1"1'' , thirteen miles up-stream irom
corner; tiience eust SO cliains; tlicnce ''"rt Graham and tour miles east, marked "J. S.s S.W. corner ; thei
apply for permission to pure
fullowing described lands: Com
at a post planteei nn the north-fl)
of the Finlay River about twenty-one
miles up-stream from Kort Graham aie'l
a quarter of a mile east, mnrked ' eS.
C.'s N.W, corner"; tiience east 80 chains:
tiience- soutli 80 cliains; thence west 80
cliains; tiience nortii SO chnins tn point
of commencement; containing 610 acrei
more   or   less.
Dated   .March   7,   1914.
STEPHEN CAMPBELL.
Jolm   MacDonell.  Agent.
north SO chains; tliencc west 80 cliains; I
tiience soutii SO cliains to point of com-i
inencement;   containing  010   acres,  more iwesl   °u chains
or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
MARTIN  O.  LUND.
John  MacDonell,   Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of i'eaee River.
T'KE NOTICE thnt Thomas Doyle, of
Vancouver, B. C, teamster, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on tlie north-east bank
:e east SO j 0f the Finlay River about nineteen mile.
cliains:   tlicnce  north   80 cbains;   thence | up-stream"from  For.   Graham _and  half
thence soutii SO chains
to  point  of  commencement;  containing
010 acres, more or less.
Hated   .March   6,   1914.
JAMES  SUTHERLAND.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
fl" "baud March 6, 1914 _
TffiMa^onrttN^Nent.|i°*!?J5 !?!^lb,edJa.^' _:AT,mT?rnAn,l
IOE   I.AND   DISTRICT.
t of Pence River.
ICE  tiiat Carroll Charles,
11.   Ci    lahorer,  Intends
ermission to purchase the
rilied  lnnds:   Commencing
TORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
Distriet   of   Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that George Nash, of
Vancouver, B. C, tailor, intends to apply for permission to purcliase the fol-
B
post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about fifteen miles
and a half up-stream from Fort Graliam.
marked   "G.   N.'s   S.E.   corner";   tiience
KURT   OEORGE   LAND  AlISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE  NOTICE tiiat John   Stevenson, I
uf Vancouver, B. C, boilermaker, Intends [
to apply tor permissiun to purcnase the
following  described   lands:   Commencing
KORT  OEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT,
District  of  Peace  River. „,„,     _
TAKE NOTICE that Davis Donaldson. nortn 40 chalns; thence west -9 chain
of Vnncouver, R. C„ painter, intends to | more or iea8 t0 ,he rlver. thence fol.
apply for permission to purchase the lowing the course of the river to point
following described lands:  Commencing ; 0f commencement; contuining 320 acres,
mile east, marked "T. D.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 ciiuins; tiience west SO chains; thenci
soutii 80 chains to point of commencement: containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated  .March  6,   1914.
THOMAS   DOYLE.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TiKE NOTICE that Joseph Kess'T,
of Vancouver, B. C. logger, Intends to
apply   for  permission   to  purchase  the
■rn the north-east bankln^M
'   nt thirteen miles ;pel.
at a i'ost planted on the north-east bank
nf tlic Finlay P.lver about thirteen miles
up-stieam   from   Fort  Graham  and   two
ig the on
eininene-ei
e or less.
.... Qttttt, marked "D. D.'s N.W. cor-
teen nines ner". tbpnce enat go chains; tbence snutn
raltnm, marked |80 chalns; llience west 80 chains; thence
tnence e.iM su nortj1 eia chains to point of eommence-
i-iiaiiis: ttience ; nlpnt; containing 010 ucres, more or less
ss, to the river;      Dated  M,„.t.h r,   19H
, "'   "ie Uver DAVIS   DONALDSON,
nt;   containing! John MacDonell, Agent.
more or less.
Doted March 6, 1914.
GEORGE  NASH.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
KORT   GEORGE   L_ND   DISTRICT.
Distriet nf Peace. River.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Joseph   White-
man, of Vancouver. B. C, logger. Intends
„.,... to apply for permission to purchase the
at a post planted on tlie north-east hank  following descrilied   lands:  Commencing
of   the   Finlay   River   about   seventeen lat a post planted on tlie north-east bank
miles up-stream from Fort Graham and:0' 'he Finlay Hiver about thirteen miles i foUoWlri"- described lnnd«- Cnenmmrie,.
lour mlles east, marked "J. S.'s S.W. cor- up-stream from Fort Oraham ami three at a post nlanted on the north-SE^ lank
ner"; thenceeast SO chains; thence north m"«8 east, marked. "J. W.'s S.W. cor- of the Finlav^ River _3irt tw_»-5!
80 cliains; thence West SO chains; thence "er"; thence east 80 chains; thence nortl. miles up-stream from Fort GrahSm'.SS
soutl. 80 chains to point of commence-; SO ehalns; thence west 90 chains; thence uvo milesTand .i uarTi»r ollt mn*£2* "t
ment; containing 610 acres, more or less, south 80 choirs to  point of commence-   iV'2 v W  rnrner"^f,;tof „' i,T J-
j    Dated March 6, 1914. jment; containing 640 acres, more or lesa !  • "   -r •t,,ence east *>»
I JOHN STEVENSON. Mated March  6,  1914.
JOSEPH WHITEMAN,
John   MacDonell.   Agent
John  MacDonell, Agent.'
ll'-e
|
" "CARROLL CHARLES.
John MacDonell, Agent. |
GEORGE   I.AND   DISTRICT.
Istrict eef Pe-ace P.lver.
NOTICE   that   Angus   McGil-
i"  Vancouver, B.  C,  miner,  In-1
apply   feer  permission   to   pur-f
■ following    described    lands:]
ll e   at   a   post   planted   on   the!
■ heii'.'   of   lhe-   Klnluy     River j
ve-n miles up-stream from Fort'
i mile.s e'ast. marked "A.
rner",; thence .'ast 80
nortli SO chains; tneuce
thence south sn chains
iime'iie-eiiiont;   containing
.1
e h   I,   1
I I.
McGTLLIVARY.
hn MacDonell, Agent.
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dlstrle't   nf   Peace   Hiver.
TAKE NOTICE that Juseph Morgan,
of Vancouver, R. C., miner, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a i "St planted on the1 north-east hank
eef tin' I'inlay Rlvcr ahnut thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham am] three
miles east, marked ".1. M.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 8a cbains; thence south
mi chains; thence west so chains; thence
north su ciiuins t«e peeint of commencement; containing 6IU acres, miere or less.
Dati'.l March ,i,  1914.
JOSEPH  MORGAN.
John   MucDonell,  Agent.
FORT   OEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District   of   Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that John P Smitli, of
Vancouver,  B. ('., bricklayer, Intends to I ter""lntend
apply   for  permission   to   purchase   the purohaae the'foll'owl. g .lescribed
il. 1Vn f,.!*.   ,        ?"       <"ommenclng commencing  at  a  post  planted
lat a post planted on the north-east bank   north-east   bunk   nf   the   Finlay
IEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Istrict of Pence Rlvcr.
i 'Th IE   thai   James  J.   Lou-
erancouver,   II.   C,   logger,   in-
ai I'lv   fur  permission  to  pur-
:'e.linking   described   lands:
' -   ui   a   i'ost   planted   on   the
bank e,f iln. I'inlay River
■ miles un-Btream from Kort
ind   tun "mile's   e'tist,   marked
s w corner"; thenco eust sn
'i'i see chains; tlicnce west SO
ence seeutb SO chains lo point
neement; containing 610 acres,
PORT  OEOROI
3  I.AN'D  DISTRICT,
District   u
TAKB   NOTIC!
f Peace  Iii\er
0   that    Peter    Hyland.
nf Vancouver, H.
('.,  logger,   intends  tn
qdhIv   for   Permission   u>   purchase   tlie
following descrii.
nl   lands;   Cninmencing
nl a j nst planted
on tlie north-east hank
of the I'inlay Rlv
er about thirteen miles
up-stream frnm  1
•'ort  Oraham  and   four
miles east, marki
■cl  "P.   M.'s  N.   w.  cor-
ner"; thenre east
80 eliains; thenco smith
80 chains; thence
west SO chains; thenoe
north  SO chains
tn  point   nf  conimeiice-
ment; containing
6 10 acres, mnre or less.
Dated  Mai cli 5.
,   1 !M 1
pi;ti. It  MY LAND.
J
ohn MacDonell, Agent.
l-jltT GEORGE LAND  UISTRICT.    e
Llstrict  of Peace   River
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Thomas   Adam
Anderson,  of Vnncouver,  B.    ... carpen-'
to apply  tor iiermission  to |
lands;
en   tlie i
Rlvcr ;
KURT   GEOBGE   LAXD   UISTRICT.
District of Peace Itiver.
TAKE  NOTICE   that  Henry   W.   McGregor,   of   Vancouver.   R.   c,    timber
cruiser. Intends  to apply for permission
to    purchase    tbe    feellmving   described
 ^_^^^_^^^^^^^_^^^^^_^___^_^^^^___^_^^_1^^_^^^_^_--._.   lands:   Commencing   at   a   post   phmted
of   the   Kinlay   River    ahout   seventeen !abou.   seventeen   mik-6   up-stream   from ion   the  north-east   bank
mlles    up-stream    from    Fort    Grnham, | i-on Graham ami two miles east, marked   River about   seventeen
thenee soutii  80 cbains;  tiience west  R0
chains;  thence nortii SO chains to point
of commencement; containing 640 acres
more or less.
iiiivd  M frch   7,  lil'41
JOSEPH  KFSSIFR,
John   MacDonell.   * "■*■».«
and   marked   "J   P.   S.'s   N.W.   corner"; i :"j\ 'a.  -V.'s  N.W.* corneV'; "thence   east  from Fort Graham  anel two mil
theme east 80 chains;  them-o south SO  so chains; thence south SO chains; thence marked   "II.   XV.   McG
chains:  tlicnce west SO chains, more or, WL.st  SO chains;  thence north SO chains'tbence east
less,  to the river;  tiience following the; to  point   of  commencement;   containing
course   of   the   river   to   point   of  com-1610  acres, more or less.
KORT   OFORGH  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
T'KE NOTICE that William Morrill,
,of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   locomotive   eniri-
f   the   Finlay I neer, intends to apply for permlsslor  t-
miles un-stream j purchase the following described  lnnds
mencement;  containing  OlO acres,  more
or less.
Dated Marcli 6, 1914.
JOHN   P.   SMITH.
John  MacDonell,  Agent
KORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
District   nf  I'eaee  River.
TAKI" NOTICE lhat Charles R. West-
ley, of Vancouver, B. C, logger, intends
tu apply feer permission to purchase the
following ilescribed lands: Commencing
at a post iilanted on tlie north-east bank
of tiie Finlay River about seventeen
miles up-stream trom Kort Graliam nnd
one mile east, marked "C.  R. W.'s N.W.        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
corner":   thence  cast  SO  cliains;   thence thence north SO chains to point of com
Dated March 0, 1911.
THOMAS ADAM  ANDERSON.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
TORT  GEORGE  l.ANU  DISTRICT,
liistrict of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE lhat Joseph White, of
Vancouver, B. C, labourer, intends to
apply feer permission to purcliase tlie
following described lauds: Cummencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of tlie Finlny Hiver about seventeen
miles up-stream from Fort Graliam ami
three miles cast, marked "J. W.'s N.W.
corner": tiience enst SO chains; tbence
south SO chains; tiience west SO chains;
east, j Commencing  at  a  post  planted   on   tn,
^^^^^^^^^^ S.W.   corner :. north-east   bank   of   the   Finlav   River
hence east 80 chains; them, norti SOjpbout twentv-one miles up-stream from
halns: thenre west SO chains: thence | j.-ort Graliam and three miles and f
outh 80 chnins to point of commence-'quarter east, marked "Vf. M.'s N.W. cor-
netit: containing 640 acrcs, more or less, e ner"; thencc enst 80 chains, tlicnce south
Dated  March   6,   1914
henry w McGregor.
John  MacDnnell.  Agent
KURT
il'
soutii SO chains; tlicnce west SO chain:
tiience nortii SO chains to point of commencement;   containing  840 acres,  more
or less.
Dated March 0. 1914.
CHARLES  R.  WESTI.EY.
John  MacDonell, Agent
mencement;   containing  (lie)  acres,  more
or less.
Dated  Marcli  4,   1911.
JOSEPH   white.
John  MacDoneU,  Agent.
Dis
I.  11114.
.1 VMKS .1. LOUDON.
John MncDonell, Agont.
FORT
'.URGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
nii i eef peace River.
ITICE lhal Malcolm .lames
f Vancouver. B. I'., logger,
apply for permission to pur-
foilowlng di'sorlbe'il lands:
■ ai a pust plantcd nn the
bnnk   of   tlie   Kinlay     River
miles up-stream from Fort
i one mile oast, marked "M.
.V corner": tlicnce east 80
ie-  north  so chains:  tliencc
ii'.- thenco south sn clmins
'   commencement;  containing
rch    I,   1914.
l.i'nI.M JAMES MORROW.
John   MaeDonell.   Agent
'",'','■:   LAND   DISTRICT.
Irlcl nf Peace River.
''I ICE   thnl Joe Browen, of
R    c,   logger,   Inteiuls   to
n ilsslon to purchase lhe fol-
rlhed lamls:   Commencing at
t 'i . n lhe nnrtli-easl bank of
Rive r nbnut   nine  miles  up-
| Fort Gralinm ."ml four miles
"1     ".I.   H's   S.W.   corner":
80 chnins;  thence north  80
i'"   west   si  chains;   llience
alns to point of commence-
lining filei acres, more nr less.
arch   4,   1911.
.lOI-' 11R OWEN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
GEORGE LAND DISTRICT.
District eef I'eaee' River.
TAKE NOTICE that Edward M. Oll-
r, of Vancuuver, R. C, printer, Intends
I to apply for permission tee purcliase the
following described lauds: Commencing
at a peest planted on the north-east hank
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Qraham and live
miles e'ast, marked "E. M. O.'s N.W. corner": thence. e-ast so ehalns; thence south
tiience west SO chains; thence
halns tee pe Int eef e'limnieni-i'-
ning (IP' aeie-s more or less,
cli 6, 1911.
EDWARD  M. OLIVER.
Jiehn  MacDonell,  Agent.
north
D.
 ta
■el Mai
FORT   GEURGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dlstrle't eef Peace' River.
TAKE NOTICE Unit John Shaw, of
Vancouver, B. C, gardener, Intenda to
apply for permission to purchnse (he
following describeil laiuls: Commencing
nl a post planted mi Iiie north-enst bank
of the' Kinlay River ahoul thirteen miles
np-st i I'lim from Kort Graham and live
miles east, marked ".I, S's S.W. corner";
0   cast   SO   chains;   tlieni-e   north   SO
 s;   thenca   west   so  ehalns:   thenci'
soutii  so chains to point eef commencement; containing OIO acres, more or less.
Dated .Mareh  a.  1914.
JOHN  SHAW.
John  MaeDonell,  Agent.
KORT  GEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT.
Disti'ict of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE tllllt Henry Eggiey, of
Vancouver,   R.   C.   Ironworker,   intenus
, „ .. . n   n       .        .  .     e   i In apply for permission to purchase the
ley   of Vancouver B. C   mlnei   Int:nds. f,.,,.;,.;,,._ (1 K.ill;„,1 , l|.,]s   commencing
Iof   the   Flnla
miles up-st
TORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.     |
Distriet  of  Peace  Hiver. I,
TAKE NOTICE that Hartford  B. See-
followlng describeil iands: Commencing
at a post iilanted on the north-east bank
tf tlie Finlay River anout eleven miles
ip-streatn from Fort Graham and one
mile e-ast, marked "H. 1 . S.'s N.W. .nrner"; thence east KO cliains: thence south
Sll chains; thence west so cliains; tbence
north SO cliains to point of commencement; containing 040 acres, more or less.
Dated  March  4.  1914.
HARTFORD   11.  SEELEV.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
River nleeeut seventeen
from Fort Graliam and
four miles east, marked "II. E.'s N.W.
corner"; tbence east SO chains: ttience
soutii SO chains: thence west 80 cliains;
thencc nurth so chains to point of commencement; cuntaining 010 acres, more
or less.
Dnted March 0. 1914,
HENRY   EGGLEY.
John MacDonell,  Agent.
IF   l AND   UISTRICT.
      of  Peace Illier.
TAKE NOTICE tlmt Patrick I. Dono-
lioe. of Vancouver. B. C, architect, intends to apply for permission to purcliase the following described lands:
Commencing at a pe'St planted on tlie
north-east hank of the Finlay River
about seventeen miles up-stream from
Fort Graham and one mile east, marked
"P. J, D.'s S.W. corner"; thence cast 80
eliains: tiience nortli so chains: thence
west so chains; thence south so clinins
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated  March   n.   1914.
PATRICK J. DONOHOE.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LA.ND   DISTHICT.
Dislrict of Peace River.
TM<E NOTICE that Arthur S. Percy,
of Vancouver, B. ( ., broker, intends to
npnly for permission to purchase tlie
following described lands: Commencing
at a post plante-ei on the north-east hank
of the Finlay Itiver about fifteen miles
un-stream from Fort Graham, marked
"A. S. P.'s N.W. corner"; thence east SO
chains; thence snuth so cliains; thence
west SO ehnins, inure' nt le-i-s. to the
river; thence following the course of the
river fo point of commencement; con-
taining 4S0 acres, more or less.
Dated   Mulch   ".,   191 I.
ARTIU'R   S.  PERCY.
Jolm  MncDonell, Agent.
-.   -.lence south
SO chains; thence west 80 chains; tiience
nortli   80  chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 7, 1914.
WILLIAM MORRILL.
John MacDonell, Agent.
KORT   CEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TM-:e NOTICE that George Hamilton,
of Vancouver, B. C. bricklayer. Intend*
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planteei on tlie north-cast bank
of the Finlay River about twenty-one
miles up-stream from Fort Graham and
four miles anil a quarter east, marked
"G. H.'s N.W. corner"; tbence east 80
chains: tbence soutli 80 chains: thence
west SO chains; thence nort'h 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres,  more or iess.
Dated   Mnrcli   7.  1914.
GEORGE HAMILTON.
John   MacDoneU,   Agent
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District   of   i'eaee   River.
TAKE  NOTICE that  John  Noycs, of
Vancouver, B, l\, miner, intends tu ap
KURT   GEORGE   I.AND   DISTRICT.
Dlslriel of Peace River.
TAKE notice Unit Archie Buchanan,
of Vancouver, B, C, steam-shovel fore-
ply for permission to purchase the foi-l"1""- Intends to apply for permission to
lowing describod lands: Commencing at Purchase the following described lands:
a post planteei on the north-east bauk Commencing at a post planted on tne
„f the Finlay River nboul eleven mllos norfli-east hank of the Finlay River
from Kort Graliam an.l two "fetot seventeen miles up-stream trom
marked "J. N.'s N.W. c,.r-11'!"', p'"'\ '!"» '>!") Ave mllos east, inark-
-ast 80 chains; thence south I ™    "■   B-s  -vu-  eorner,   tnence  east
I  .
FORGE LAND DISTRICT.
le'le'l of Peace lllver.
OTICE thai Thomas Wilson,
v,'i'. R. C, laborer, intends
'I' permission In purchase ine
ippcrihnil lands: Commencing
Innte.d ...e, tlio north-enst hank
'v River ahoul nineteen miles
"rnm Fori Grnhnm nnd three
"half east, meei-ked "T. W..S
;>' : thance on-f 80 chains:
i i 89 chnins; tliencc west 80
Tee: thence anuth SO chains
commencement!  conlaining
l""l'l>   111-   lofl.q,
■"I'll    Ce,    1911,
TII'lMic.   WILSON,
•ieihll Mai'Dnncll. Agent.
''"UK   LAND   DISTHICT.
''I'I of Peace lllver.
"TI''E   llial   Melvln  GUI,  nf
H i'.. le'amsler, Inieiuls lo
""■'"'ssion lo purchase lhe
'""'"'I'd lands: .ommenctng
■"' '"1 een Mm nnrth-east lianit
'." Rive'.- about nineteen miles
irnm Fort Ornhnm and Uvo
'. halt eist, nierkcl "M G 's
' ■   "-I".,.,.     ,,.,,||     o.n   rhalns:
i  r'i ehnins:   thrnce wesl   SO
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
Districl   eef   Peace   River
TiKE NOTICE that Bert Foote, of
Vancouver, 11. ('., cigar-maker, intends to
apply for permission tei purchase tiio
following described lamls: Commencing
nt a post planted on the north-east bank
nf tlle Finlay River aboul fifteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and live
miles enst, mnrked "R. F.'s N.W. corner": thence east SO chains; thence south
SO chnins; thence west SO ehulns; tbence
north SO chains to point of commencement: containing (ilo ucres, more or less.
Dated March li, 1914.
BERT   FOOTE.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
'""'I   .Ma
"""Hi  "i > 'ro  i„ point
"nl; ciiiiinlnlng 010 aores,
i   I,  1914.
MET.VTN GILL.
John MncDonell, Agent.
LAND DISTRICT.
Ponce Rlvcr.
lhat Paul Roy, of
, jolt, Inieiuls to apply
purchnso life following
.'lese .llii-d lanels: Commencing nt a post
Slanted on llie north-east bank of tbe
■e,.,,. uivcr nboul fifteen miles up.
oti-am fri Kor! Grnhnm and live mlles
, ... i,,i "P R's S.W. corner';
thonoe eas so chklns: thlnce north 80
clans' hence wesl SO chnins; tbence
t.tifll'tO chains I- pe.li.t of cummenee-
ment: containing 040 acres, more or less.
Marcli 5. 1914
KURT GEORGE
Dlslriel   of
TAKE    NOTICE
Vancouver, B. C, c<
for permission In
up-stream
miles   east,
ne-r": thence
SO chains; thence west SO chains; theuce
north so clinins to peeint e>f commencement; conlaining 610 acre's, more or less
Dated  Marcli  4, 1914.
JOHN   NOYES.
John  MacDonell,  Agenl
FURT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
District  of  Peace   Rivor.
TAKE NOTICE that Freeman William
Ferguson, of Vancouver, B, C, commercial traveller, intends to npply for
permission to purcliase the following
described lands: Commencing nt a post
planted on the north-east bank of tile
Finlay River about eleven mlles upstream from Fort Graham and three
miles cast, marked "1 . W. F.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains: thencc south
80 chains; thence west 80 elinlns; thencc
nortli 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 ncres. more or less.
Dated March 4, 1914.
FREEMAN WILLIAM FERGUSON,
John MacDoaell, Agent
I .
PAUL  ROY.
John MacDonell, Agent,
KORT
Districl
TM.'E   NUTM
nf Vancouver
apply   for  pe
following de:
at a posl Plant
of the Finlny B"e
ItGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
f   l'e'iice  Rlvcr.
Umi Daniel McCarty,
It c. labourer, Intends to
rmission   to   purchase   the
nrlbod  lnnds:  Commencing
1 on the north-east bank
r about tlfteen miles
FORT   OEOROE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Pence River,
TAKE NOTICE lhat William Morrison, nf Vancouver, B. O, miner, intends
to apply for permission to purcliase the
following described lnnds: Commencing
nt u post plnntcil on the north-east liunk
of tlie Finlny River nliout seventeen
nllcs up-strenm from Fort Grnham anil
hrec miles enst, marked "W. M.'s S.W.
corner": tlicnce cnst SO chains; thetice
nortii SO chnins; thence west SO chains;
thence south SO cliains to point of commencement; containing 040 acres, more
or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
, WILLIAM  MORM .ON.
John MacDonell,  Agent
FORT  GEORGE LAND  DISTHICT.
District of Peace River,
TAKE NOTICE that Duncan McGIIII-
vary, of Vancouver. B. C, logger, intends
to apply for permissinn lo purchnse llie
following described lnnds: Commencing
at a post plnnted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about eleven miles
up-stream from Fort Oraham and five
miles east, marked "D. McG.'s N.W. cor
se chalm
west SO
to polllt of
(110 acres, me
Dated Mar
south SO chains: tli
tlicnce nortli  SO  chains
commencement;  contuining
it or less.
ll  ll    19' I
ARCHIE   BUCHANAN.
John  MacDonell,  Agenl
ins
KOItT   OEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TIKI-: NOTICE that .lohn Anderson,
of Vancouver, B. c, hod-carrier. Intends
to apply fur pormisslon to purclinsc the
following described Inuds: Commencing
at a post planted ten the north-east bank
of the Finlay River nliout thirteen miie-s
up-strenm from l-'ort Grnhnm and one
mile enst marked "J. A.'s S.W. corner";
thence cast SO elinlns: thence norlli SO
chains: thence west SO clinins; thence
soutii SO chnins to point of commencement, cnntnlnlng Oln ucres, more or less.
Dnted Mnrcli 6, 1914.
JOHN ANDERSON.
John  MacDonell.   Agent
KOHT   GEURGE   l.ANU   DISTRICT.
Districl of Pence River.
TAKF NOTICE that Vernon D. Dennl-
son, of Vnncouver, B. C broker, intends
In apply for perniission lo purchase the
following described lanels: Ceemmenclng
ut a post piunted on the- north-east bank
of the Finlay River ahoul fifteen mile's
up-strenm from Fort Graliam and two
miles cast, marked "V. D. D.'s N.W.
corner"; thence east SO cliains: tbence
south 80 ehalns; thence west SO chains;
thence north SO cliains lo point of commencement; containing 010 acres, more
or   iess.
Dated Mnrch 6, 1914.
VERNON D. DENNISUN.
.lohn  MacDonell, Agent
KURT  GKORGE  LAND  UISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKE    NOTICE    Hint    Geaere;.'    Hlalch-
ford. of Vancouver, ll c. engineer, Intends to applv for permission to purchaae the following described Inmls:
(ommenelng at n posl plunteil nn tho,
north-east bank of the Finlay River
about fifteen miles up-stream from Fort
Graliam   and   three  mlles  enst,   mnrked
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Pene'e'  River.
TAK-K NOTICE Unit David Elder, of
Vnncouver, It. ('., teamster. Intends to
following described lamls: Commencing
nt a post planted on the nortli-east bank
apply for permission to purchase the
of the Kinlay River about thirteen tulles
up-stream from Kort Graliam. anil
marked "D. E.'s S.W. corner"; the-nee
east SO clmins: thence north SO chiins;
thence' west SO chnins, more or less, tei
the river; thence' following the course
of tlie river to point eef commencement;
containing 640 acres, more or le-ss.
Dnte'il  March  fe,   191 I.
DAVID ELDER.
John   MacDonell,  Agent
KURT GEORGE  l.ANU DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Pe'iie,. River.
TAKE NOTICE tleal Theemas Thompson, nf Vancouver. B. C, clork, Intends
to npply feet* permission to purchase the
following described lnnds: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlny River nbout twenty-one
miles np-strenm from l-'ort Graham nnd
four miles nnd n quartor east marked
"T. T.'s S.W. corner": thence east 80
chains: thence nortii SO cliains; ttience
west 80 chains; thence south 89 clinins
tn point of commencement; containing
oio acres, more-or less.
Dated  March   7.   1914.
TH .MAS THOMPSON.
John  MaeDonell,  Agent
TORT   OEOlKiE   LAND   DISTRICT
Dlstrle't of Pcacc Rlveer.
TiKE NOTICE that Patrick James
McQovern, of Vancouver, B. C„ teamster, inteiuls to npply for permission to
purchase tlie following described lands:
Commencing at a imst planted on the
north-east bank of the K .ilav Rivet
ahout nineteen miles up-streum from
l-'ort Graham ami one mile and n hnlf
east marked "P J. McG.'s s.W. corner"'
tbence enst SO chains: tbence nortii 80
chains; thenci' west SO chains; thence
soulh 80 elinlns to point of commencement, contuining 640 ncres, more or less
Dnted   Mnrch   0,   1914.
PATRICK JAMBS McGOVERN
John  MncDoncll,  Agent
KURT  GEORGE   I.AND   DISTRICT
District of P 'o River.
TAKK NOTICE Unit August Delrlen
ol Vancouver, n. c, cook, Iniends to
npnly for permission to purchnso tlie
fullowing describeil lnnds: Commencin"
nt n post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlny Rivet- nbout nlnoteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham, ami mark-
FORT  OEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River
TAKE NOTICE thnt Hugh SmHV
Main, of A .incouver, B. Cl„ tmmst«r intends to npply for permissinn tn pur -
the following described lands- Commencing at post planted on the nortli
past bank of the Finlay Ith-er about
nineteen miles up-strenm from Fort
Oraham ami live miles and a half east.
mnrked "H. S. M.'s N.W, corner'; tbence
east SO chains: thence south 80 chnins:
thencc west 80 chains : thence north 8*
cbains to point of commencement; contnining 010 nce-es more or less.
Dated  Mn.'.n  et   114.
HUGH SMITH MAIN,
lohn  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  OEOROE LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
T'KE NOTICE thnt William Wilson
of Vancouver, B. C, laborer, H-ternls to
annly for permission to purchase tbe
foliuwing described lands: Commencing
M n post plnt'tofl .en the north-ervst bank
rf the Flndlny PI )        i, ■ ■ .- n  .-
up-stream  from Fort O
mll»s and a. half e-est   ,.-,,.■■    ;
N.W.  corner";     thance  en ■>   c"    ■'
'i-eeeee-p   soutii   80   chains;   tlie""p   WP   '    K •
chains; Uienee north 80 chains to ..-.i.-.
e.f commencement! containing 610 acres,
more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
WTLTTiAf   WIT S.V
John MacDnnell    \c..,,t
FORT   GEORGK  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TiKE NOTICE thnt William Chnm-
bcrlaln, nf Vnncouver, R. C, labemrer,
intends to apply for iiermission to purchase tiie following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-east bank of tlle l-.nlay River
nbout nineteen miles un-stream from
Fort Graham and four miles and a half
enst, mnrked "W. C.'s N.W. corner":
thenre east SO cliains: thence south 88
chains: tiience west SO clinins; thence
nortii So chnins to point of commencement; contnining 610 ucres, more or less.
Dated  Mnrch   6,  1914.
WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN,
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   OEOROE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE t'hnt Jnmes Oreen, of
Vancouver, B. C, teamster, intends to
npply for permission to purclmse the
following described lamls: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay Rlvcr about nineteen
miles up-stream from Fort Graham and
one mile ami a half east, ninrked "J. O.'s
N.W. corner": tlicnce enst 80 chnins:
tlicnce south SO chains; tlicnce west 80
chains; thence north 80 clinins to point
of commencement; containing 040 acret.
moro or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
JAMES  GREEN.
John MncDonell, Ag'
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Estimates  nnd  Plans given for all
kinds cf work.
Morley Street   -   Close to Depot
PRINCE GEORGE.
ce George
The George Building Co.
Prince George
v and at
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fee or
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If you
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ROOMS TO RENT
AT THE
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(Formerly Grand Union)
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Third Street     -      South Furt George
FOR CLEAN SPORT GO TO
THE BON TON
Bowling Alleys
Our standard Bruiwwick-Balke Alleys
afford the Delightful sport of Bowling.
LADIES' DAY.
Tuesdays pnd Fridays, between 2 and
5, the Alleys are reserved for Ladies.
SOFT DRINKS & CONFECTIONERY
JERGENSON & ROY
P.
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PRICE
$650 each
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TERMS
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list of ifooi] buys in close in property.    It
us before buyiug.
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iRGE STREET,  PRINCE GEORGE
'PHONE   11
Jas. McNamee probably one
of the oldest and best known
trappers in the country returned with bis catch of furs this
week after more than a year's
absence in the north and south
forks of the Big Salmon Itiver.
Among the large number of
furs MacNamee brought in was
tt very fine grizzly bear hide.
Joe never missis bringing down
one or more grizzly.
Reduced fares on all lines to
the Dominion Day celebration
here
Northern Lumber i- Mercantile' Company shipped another
scow load of lumber to Quesnel mi Thursday last- witb Wm.
McLan n in charge. The distance down is 95 miles and is
made ill 12 hours, almost .^
miles per   hour.
Dr. Evans who has.been.look-
ing over the land and timber in
the vicinity of Dome Creek on
the upper Eraser returned to
lown this week. The 'Dr.' is
well satisfied with his trip and
speaks well of that part of: the
country.
$17.50 for the return trip
from Quesnel to the celebration
here on July 1st.
The Oddfellows have changed
the night for their lodge nret-
ing from Tuesday to AVednes-
deiy. All vis't'ntr brethern nre
cordially invited to attend.
The     South     Fort    George
Chamber     of      Commerce will
hold a meeting Tuesday night j
next at 8 p.m. in Burch's Hall. I
Important business will be discussed.
Mr. Tl. M. Gorden returned
last week from an extended trip
to feattle and Vancouver. Tn
the latter place he was attending the Government sales.
Horse racing, Hose racing,
Men's, Boys and Girls foot races
at the celebation here on July
1st,
H. S. Clements, member in
the Dominion house for Comox
—Atlin was a visitor in
town last we-;k. "The people
of Prince Rupert want a daily
mail service," said Mr. Clements and having just coma over
the G.T.P. railway from there,
I see no reason why they should
not have mail every day inside of six weeks."' Tf "Mr.
Clements hopes are realized for
the people of Rupert, of course
the people of this district will
benefit thereby.
One mile canoe race on Fraser,
I winner $30, second $20, at the
'Celebration here July 1st,
Mr. Seabach of Seebach and
I Hubble of Giscombe Portage
was in town this week on business, The above firm runs the
' motor boat "Giscombe" from
H. P, Spur Mile 194. B. C. every
Wednesday to Summit 1 <tl-e
and can arrange for transportation    to any point in tha Par-
_L
Canadian Industrial Exhibition
tnd   P
River
JULY  10-18, 1914.
' The Meeting Ground and Market Place between East and West"
WHAT II11S YEAR'S VISITORS WILL SEE ;
. Exposition, Scientific Gas Engine Demonslra-
■!'•'! ntal Farm Exhibit, West's Biggest Race
Wonderful Pony Show, " The Siege ot Delhi " The
W rking Model n£ the Panama Canal, Bkaciiey
ator, Looping the Loop and Flying upside down.
$73,000 for Premiums, Purses, and Attractions.
Close .1,. r.,' 22nd     ;;    Prize List on Application.
itti) J I COX, I'ii
YOU'LL HE INTERESTED EVERY MINUTE
A. W. BELL. _citmr and Manila
^==
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snip, Finlay
district. ,Mr. Seebach reports
that there are a large number
going up into the Peace this
year and that he is in a position to make contracts for t"k-
in. any amount of" freight at
reasonable rates into this country.
$1,000.00 in prizes at the
Demonstration hereon July 1st.
Don't miss it
"Hello, Dobson! Any
yesterday when you were
ing?"
"tlreat1. I was away
six bill collectors called."
THE CHURCHES
luck
fish-
when
SPECIAL
_..__
$175.00
SPECIAL
OFFER
FOR   A
CHOICE RESIDENTIAL LOT IN PRINCE GEORGE
HIGH   AND   DRY
DONT  FAIL
to see our  Lots   close to  CONNAUGHT   PARK.
HIGHEST   ELEVATION   IN   PRINCE  GEORGE
SPECIAL  OFFER
to you on these Lots for the next ten days will be
$250.00  each
-PECUI.
OFFER
MURDOFF & GETHING
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
SPECIAL
OFFER
Presbyterian Church
Rev. A. C. Justice, pastor,
Sunday services II a. in. and
7.30 p. m., Sunday School at
2 p. m. Subject for evening
service.   "The     way    of   Holi-
Church of England
Rev.     M.     Sadler,     pastor,
next Sunday   the following services will be hell :   Matins   11
a. m.,    Evensong 7.30.
DON'T tear up your building
GET the rough Plumbing
Done Now by Experts
The Clapham Plumbing Co.
Sanitary I'i.umiunh,
Steam and Furnaob Hbatino
Ki-Eluturwl England and Canada.
EBTIMATKS  l.-RKE.
Apply M. E. JE GLUM,
Phono 42. SOUTII   FORT   QEORQU
Hood's First
Anniversary Sale
Commencing
JUNE 22nd, 1914.
We are one year old this month
and are cutting lots of prices NOW
Specials in every department; watch
our windows, also watch for hand bills
SPECIALS
For Monday and Tuesday Only
"Robin Hood Flour is Different"
LOOK!
98 lb. sack
49 lb. sack
$3.25
$1.65
Not more than 200 lbs to one customer
Special for the Smokers:
BALED HAVANA CIGARS 5c EACH
Not over 50 to one customer
HOODS
The One Price Store Sooth Fort George
Having recently established a
lumber mill here we are pre
paredtodeliverroughlumb,,,
ot any dimension,
Ordway &  Wakeley
Newland, b. c.
HARRY M. BURNETT
Architect and Civil Engiheer
Temporary Office :
Corner Vancuuver and Eitrhth ._   ,
PRINCE GEORGE BC       '
T. G. JONES
Solicitor and Notary Public.
Fort GeorBe Trust Building
KORT GEORGE. B.C.
Alex. McEachern
Builder and
Contractor
Estimates given for all classes of work
Address: General Delivery
SOUTH  FOItT GEORGE
DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
J^OTICE is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing between D. A. Brewster and K. B
PELHAM, under the. firm name of
"Brewster & Pelham" und carrying on
business as Building Contractors was
dissolved March 1st, 1914, by mutual
consent. All accounts due to the above
mentioned firm are payable to H. B.
Pelham.
(Signed) D. A.BREWSTER
R. B. PELHAM
"I say," asked the funny
commercial "what made them
build the station so far away
from the village'.'''
"I don't know," replied the
porter gravely, "unless they
thought it would be more convenient to have it down here
near the railway."
The Biggest and Best Ever
Dominion Day
Celebration
South Fort George, B.C. July 1st, 1914
$1000 in Cash Prizes.
Horse Races, Hose Reel Races, Foot Races
Jumping, Canoe Races, Athletic Sports
Championship Baseball
Parse - $250
Special Rates on All  Lines
The B. C. Express leaves Quesnel at 7 a.m. Tuesday June 30th,
arrives at South Fort George Wednesday, July 1st. Returning
arrives Quesnel Thursday, July 2nd, at 2 p.m.
Round Trip Fare $17.50
::   Don't miss this opportunity to see the Hub of B. C.  ::
W. F. COOKE,
-unniilnic Dlractor
J. R. CAMPBELL,
A ■• hit. Man. Director
F. O'FLAHERTY
Sec. - Trcns.

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