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VOL. 4, NO. 41.
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lass Meet
■', Incorporation
SOUTH FORI GEORGE, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1914.
$3 PERANNUM
One Civic Administration
Resolution Passed and Committee were
Authorized to go Ahead with
Incorporation.
\ mass meeting of the citizen    of  Prince   George,    Fort
i vi' and South Fort George,
British Columbia, held in
Princess Theatre, Prince George,
Wednesday hist at 8 p. m.
Mr, P. L. Murdoff, President
uf the Prince George Chamber
ol Commerce, in the chair.
Tli.. Chairman in opening the
meeting, explained that it had
been culled for the purpose of
ratifying the action of com-
mittees from the three towns,
in iln- selection of the territory
which it was proposed to have
incorporated. He stated ;that
the meeting had been called
rather suddenly, owing to the
(act that the Attorney General
ami several of tin Ministers
Intel been expected in this districl during the present week,
une I thai it was necessary to
show "ur desire for incorpora-
t'mll.
He then called on Mr. Car-
ney, Chairman of the Comma' . iiuin Prince George, to
p.xplain the object for which i\t.
meeting v ns called,  '
Mr. Carney stated that he
was c.'-il to report that a
committee of fifteen, consisting
of five members from each of
the Board of Trade of Fort
George and the Chambers of
Commerce of Prince George,
j nnd South Fort George, after much deliberation and
muny hours of discussion at
a mooting held on tTune 8th,
had arrived at a unanimous
decision as to the bound-
orii of the district to be incorporated. He stated' that
there was only one way to
force the city ahead and that
was by incorporation, and that
it was necessary that tho three
towns be united in their action
to this end.
I In1 Chairman then called on
Mr. Petry, President of the
Fori (ieorge Board of Trade
and Chairman of the committee
from that body who spoke as
follows:,—
"I ulies and Gentlfetaen:-—As
"tn.l of you are aware we
have Uad committees working
from each of our localities on
lhc ubject of incorporation for
over a year, and although thu
 uiiitiees have done considerable work in the district, tl*ey
have riot met with the success
which we would huve liked to
have seen, but I think it is
gratifying tonight to know
that al last we have all come
lo reulbo that tho the great
™ng, and the most important
'"iii- to the people of this dis-
•lici, no mutter what area
u'' reside in, is the matter of
"'""I'oration. Whether we are
j™ ,r|i'ss men of Prince George,
JHiiilh |?ort, George or Central
'"i'1 George, our ideals for
building up a permanent city
"!"' are alike. I think the
'"'i'' has come, and I am very
ff'"d to say that I think the
Ihree different townsites are all
agreed, that it is important
Wt' gel together tonight and
proceed in some definite   form.
'■'die pleasure in moving that
Z '"'lowing resolution adopt-
CLASSIFIED ADS.
11 Ml SALE—io Acres in D. L. 21t_,
Kiver   Frontage,   $6000.00,    terms,
. Mareu Hox 138 Herald.
KO
,, '^AJ.K-One 6 year old Saddle
"A itentlo, for man or lady-
"'I""'l' St. Regig Hotel Prince George
u SALE-80 acre., of land three
'9 «ut of town, and 160 acrcs four
"!» .i out of town.   Inquire P.O. Box
POR
'' ort George.
jn20
SAI.E.-Scowand Boats for Sale;
J;," H«i'tfl made to order.   One block
(Je'eVJ"' BXi  Steamboat Landing.
F ,,  '!• & CarlBen, Boat Builders, South
l George,   P.O. box 82.
,   , .       -XCHANGE 5-....	
Vuli,.„"''.''ted 'l* . beautiful Okanagan
T,i.T.'r9 EXCHANGE 6-acreGarden
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L.k,5,'nton'-:MAX   SCHENK," Box"S,
'""thPeirt George, B.C.
ed by the committee 1«; passed:
Commencing at the Southwest corner of 1). L. 1)31!, thi nee
northerly to the northwest corner of J). I. 933; thence westerly to the southwest, corner of
D. L, 934; thence northerly to
the northwest corner of 1). L.
934; thence easterly to the
southwest corner of I). L. 931,
thence northerly to the northwest corner «f I). I,.931; thence
westerly along the southerly
boundary of 1). 1. 343 to Vancouver Street; thence northerly
along Vancouver Street to
12th Ave., thence northwesterly
along 12th Avenue to Empress
Street; thence westerly along
Empress Street to Praser Avenue; thence northerly along
Fruser Avenue to Columbia
Street; thenee westerly along
Columbia Street to Central
Avenue; thence northerly along
Central Avenue to Bailie Street
thence westerly along Bailie
Street to 5th Avenue; thence
northerly along 5th Avenue to
the South bank of the Nechaco River; thence easterly a'ong
the South bank of the Necha-
River to the northwest corner
of D.L. 343; thence easterly
along the northerly boundary
of D. 1. 343to the Fraser river
thence southerlv along the west
bank of the Eraser River to
point of commencement; these
boundaries to be adopted on
the understanding that if it is
imposssible to obtain the consent of 51 per cent of the property holders therein, then in
that event, the Fort George
district will make'sufficient concessions to obtain .the necessary-
consent   thereof,
Mr. Perry stated that it
would be extremely satisfactory and almost necessary tkat
a unanimous decision be the
result   of the Vote.
Mr. Cooke, President of the
South Fort George Chumber of
Commerce, and Chairman of
the South Fort George Committee of five from that body
after sending the motion, made
a short and pointed address on
the desirability of united action
and emphasized the great importance of incorporation, for
the further development of tho
districts suggested, lie ulso
stated that it was to be understood that itwas not a. the
authorized representatives of
the citizens of South Fort
George, Prince George or Fort
George that th#s_ committers
had taken this action, but representing as they did the
Chambers of Commerce anil
Board of Trade, hud tried to
evolve a definite plan to bring
before this meeting of citizens
for their consideration nnd, confirmation, if they deemed it
advisable, and lue took great
pleasure in seconding the
motion.
The Chairman then vemark-
ed thnt ns the mover und the
seconder of the resolution, Mr.
Perry being President of the
Board of Trade of Fort Goofge
and Mr. Cooke, President of
the Chamber of Commerce of
South Fort George, he would
now call on Mr. Hood to speak
in behalf of Prince George.
Mr. Hood stated thnt as
Prince George was in the' center
of the district to be incorporated, there was not mUch to say
that had not already been said.
He believed that at least a
great majority of the citizens
of Prince George were satisfied
with thc scheme us outlined,
and that, although Pnnco
George had had to allow a
small portion from the southwest corner of the townsite to
be le't out, the committees had
found that the only solution
of the problem of getting to-,
gether properly was to have (
.encn one cut some portion from
their respective districts
in
order to come within the
limit of 2,000 acres, which
amount of territory the act
limits a district to be incorporated, of
Mr. Eckstein then asked to
be allowed to say a few words,
in which he brought to the
attention of tbe meeting the
desirability for incorporation,
but recommended that instead
of incorporating at the present
time, that we should wait until ti special act of incorporation could be passed by the
legislature. He warned the
meeting of certain provisions
in the act of incorporation
which would interfere with the
appointment of municipal
councils and a mayor, owing
to the fact that he was under
tl_a impression that no deeds
hud been secured by any of the
present owners of property in
Prince George, and as the act
provided that members of tho
municipal council must be registered property owners in
tee for at least six months
prior to an election, therefore
he being doubtful that, there
wort; any such property holders
in Prince George, there was
danger of the council bein^
dominated by members from
South nnd Central Fort George
He emphasized the fact that
for at least one year and a
half no person resident within
Prince George could be candidal ■ for mayor or alderman.
He asked, would this bo a
wis; state of affairs, or would
it not be better for Prince George to wait until it could havo
some say in the election of
her representatives und the gov
eminent of the community. He
recommended that the citizens
pause and pause long before
giving consent to incorporation
and recommended that instead of incorporation at the
present time to wait until an
enabling act similiar to that
passed for Prince Rupert could
be enacted by the legislature.
He also stated he had had con-
s derable experience in preparing bills for tie incorporation
of several towns in British
Columbia, ani that he had advised with ex-Judge Wilson,
who for nine years h?ld the
oosition as city solicitor of
Nelson, and afterwards was
city solicitor of Cranbrook,
who had now made up his
mind to cast his lot in Prince
George, and that Mr. Wilson
was of tho same opinion.
The Chairman then stated
that most of the difficulties
wh'ch Air. Eckstein had pointed out bad already been taken
up by the commit te1, n.ntt
he would cnl] upon Air. Carney to explain to thu meeting
the solutions of at least
some of these objections of Mr.
Ec1 stein, which they believed
would be easily overcome.
Mr. Bernitz then asked to
be heard, and stated that he
and Mr. Wiggins when in Vic-
tor'a recently, had interviewed (he Attorney General, who
told them that the holders ol
registered agreements of sale
would be considered as pro
perty holders and therefore
entitled   to a vote.
Mr. Carney was then called
upon by the Chairman to reply t.o Mr. Eckstein's address,
wliich wus ns follows :—1 feel
in rather an awkward position
this evening in endeavouring
to touch upon the legal points
raised by Mr. Eckstein, who is
a man of large ability and ex-
per'ence in affairs of this kind
nnd ulso in the presence of ex-
Judge Wilson, who hns s.rvid a
considerable length of time ns
solicitor for the citv of Nelson.
We have been resting on our
oars for the past I four years
and we cannot secure incorporation 'Unless we get together.
1 have sufficient faith in the
city of Prince George to believe that when the time
come* to select our councils
we will have sufficient men
with property holdings registered in such a manner as to
havo full representation. We
have received what is practically an ultimatum from the Attorney General, that we must
get together and act in concert. 1 would like to draw the
attention of the meeting that
registered agreement nolders
can vote, even on money bylaws, and this has been done
at every election in Vancouver
of late.
Mr. Eckstein then stated that
if we were to incorporate at
this time it could only be done
under the "Municipalities Incorporation Act," or in other
words, through un order of tbe
Lieutenant Governor in Council, and suggested that it
would bo better to wait and
have the city's own incorporation act, embodying privileges
which at this time could not
be obtained.
Mr. Murdoff, the chairman,
stated that in an interview
which lie hud with the Deputy
Minister of Lands a few
months ago, that gentleman
had given him assurance that
the hold 'rs of registered agreements of stile wera entitled
to vote on money-by-laws, and
that if registorable agreements
were not furnished property
buyers,     the same could under
I an net to be passed at the
opening session demand an
agreement which would be re-
gistoruble.
! The Chairman then asked if
any gentlemen who wished    to
I ask questions or would like to
make remarks on the subject
in quest:on, and upon there being    no one who wished to do
I so, then asked for a vote on
the resolution, of thoso in favor standing up. The resolution was curried unanimously.
The Chairman then put the
question to the house if they
wished to select a committee to
carry out the matter of incorporation, or wished to leave it
to   the present conimitte\
Moved byMr. Moore, of Central Fort George, seconded by
Dr. Keeley of South Fort
George, that an expression of
thanks be tendered to the om.
mitti e and tha* they proceed
with the work of incorporation,
Carried   unanimously.
Sale of Lots
$346,000 Worth of Lots Sold Here
THREE   SALES   TOTALLED   $750,000
Dominion Day
Celebration Here
Hon. Bowser Expected to Give
Opening Speech
§1,000.00 In Prizes
Tb- committee in charge of
the Dominion Day Celebration
here have asked the Hon. W.
J. Bowsr to make the opening speech at thoir demonstration to be held l«re on duly
1st. No definite answer has
been received but the chances
are the Hon. gentleman will
accept the invitation.
Arrangements have ulso
been made with the B. C. Express company to have their
steamer B.C. leave Quesn 1 on
Tuesday morning at 7 a. m.
June 30th, arriving tit South
Fort George the morning of
July 1st. Returning, the above
steamer will leave hero the
morning of the 2nd arriving
ut Quesnel same day nt noon.
The fare will lie 817.50 for the
round-trip, this is less than
half of the usual return ticket.
The old pioneer transportation
company are to be complimented for thoir generous spirit
und it is sincerely hoped that
a large number of people down
the river will take advantage
of this exceptional low rate to
come and see the near city of
the north and ulso enjoy the
lovely river trip.
Programme
An elaborate programme has
been arranged and $1,000.00
will be given in prive.. 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. bo,t
two out of three heats; Pony
.Race, under 15 hands, two
out of three heats. The following sports to bo hold on
the baseball grounds commencing at 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 tho bases.
free for all. 3.30 p.jm. Base
ball game between either Ale-
Bride or Quesnel and South
Fort George for a purse of
$250.00.
The following will be held on
Fourth Street in the evening
at 7 o'clock : Putting shot,
free    for   all;   Running broad
Speculation was rife for
some time previous to the auc
tion sale at Prince George as
to the values that property in
South     Fort     George    would
i bring, and many wore surprised at the high prices reched
during this sale. The sale
started on Tuesday morning
and Continued until Thursday
afternoon. Many lots that
wore left over from'the previous
sales at Vancouver and Victoria wore placed on sale here.
Air. Frank Ellis of tho firm of
Armstrong & Ellis, the Government land agents officiated as
auctioneer.
The coiner lot on Hamilton
Avenie and Third street that
is occupied by Owens & Johnson, gents furni.shings store,
was bought in at 83250.00 by
the proprietor of the Hand
Laundry next door, whosj
building is also on the same
lot.   This lot, brought the high1
'ost prlce'of all the South Fort
George property put on sale.
The corner lot on Hamilton
Avenue and Fourth Street was
sold at .2,000.00 and all other
lots in that block, (number 16)
were sold at 81250.00        each.
I In the majority of these cases
the lots were purchased by-
people who own the buildings
on ths lots and are in business here. Lot 16 in b'ock 82
on the coiner of Hamilton
Avenue nnd Second Street
went at 8905.00 while the lowest lot in that block was so'd
at 8400.00 it being on a     side
;street. Lots in block 7 on
Third , Second, and La Selle
all    went   at $1,000.00    each.
| Fourth street   averaged   about
j 1700.00. The cheapest lot sold
in South Fort George was   lot
ilO>   in block   18 on     Seventh
j strict at $350.00.
The outstanding feature     of
;the    South     Fort George sale
jwas the absence of speculation.
, Business property was bought
in every case by men who were
in business here or those   that
contemplated starting in business soon.and the residental
property was bought by those
business men to build their
homes on. This shows that
South Fort George is to become a prominent town otherwise men who have lived here
and seen the town growing
steadily would not place their
confidence and money into    it.
The greater part of Monday
was spent on South Fort George sale. Wednesday on the
Central Fort (ieorge sale and
Thursday    on   Prince George.
In Prince George this sale afl
in the case of the previous ones
Third Avenue was greatly t in
demand, the prices averaging
$5500.00 for inside lots, while
in block 133 the corner lot was
sold for 7900.00. Lot 4 in
block 135 on George Street,
went at $5750.00, Fo-rih Avenue west averaged $1,080.00
and the Crescent around $600.
This sale has set a new value
for Third Avenue bringing
much, higher pric.s than at
the Vancouver and Victoria
sales. It is understood- that
Third Avenue was bought chiefly by outside capital for land
speculation, the representatives
li_re being Mr. Adams and' Mr.
Maldius whom in ninny cases
were bidding aga'nst each
other. The local people undoubtedly favor George street
for the main business street;
though those on the outside
demanding Third Avenue and
purchasing it in the hopes of it
becoming the main thoroughfare.
The sale from every standpoint of the three towns was
a decided success and now that
th. day of suspense has ended
we hope, to see the town settle
down and start operations im-
immediately towards improving itaalf by the acqu'ai'ion of
graded streets, water and e -
erage etc whieh should be a
ily accomplished as soon s
they receive their charter of n-
corporation.
jump, free or all; high-jump,
free for all; to -be followed by
a one mile cunoe rnee to be
hold on the Eraser River free
for all.
After this full day's sport
the programme will bo concluded by a dance in Burch's hall
commencing   at 9.30.
This is tba largest and best
programme of sports ever pulled off in this part of the country and we would advise all
those who can possibly got
away to make it a point to
attend us you aro assured
your money's worth.
NECHACO RIVER HIGH
OPERATING   TO   QUICK
G. T. P. Is Running   Passenger
Trains 227   Al les East
of Prince Rupert
Passenger trains ure now
being operated over the Grand
Trunk Pacilic Railway from
Prince Rupert to Quick, a
point, east of Smithers, and 22/
iniles from Pacific terminal.
Trains are also running west
from Edmonton us far as
Prince George. Tho line hus
boon brillusted the tntire distance between lul monton and
Prince George, 486 miles, and
ton steam shovels and a large
force of men are engaged in bu.l-
lusting the sections west to
Quick.
Announcement wns made at
Winnipeg recently by Mr. Morley Donaldson, vice-president
and general manager of the G.
T. P., that the permanent
bridge over th> Praser River
at Prince George will be ready
for traffic by July 5, when the
the train service would be further extended. Tho line
through British Columbia, ho
intii.-ited, would be ready for
overland traffic right through
to the const early in the autumn.
The Nachaco River ia at its
highest stage. Unscrupulous
knockers have been busy for
years telling that the
eastern portion of Prince George would flood when tile Nechaco raised. The river and
its tributaries is higher this
year thnn it has be n for
years, but no flood water is
not;ced in Prince George hi
any of tb_ cellars or o\-
places.
ODDFELLOWS   SOCIAL
On Tuesday last tiie Oddfellows held a very eniovab'e
social in Burch s hali. Progressive whist was played,
Aliss Gaskill winning the ladies prize; Mr. Price won the
gents first prize, while Mr. H.
Johnston was lucky enough to
win the consolation prize. Refreshments W6T3 served, after
which followed a few speeches
and programme. The floor
was then cleared and dancing
was indulged in until the wee
sma' hours. Tlie social and
dan. _ was a decided success and
i was enjoyed by all present. It
j is to be hoped that the Oddfellows continue their good
work and put on & social each
month.
Championship Baseball here
on July 1st for a purse of
$250 between QUesnel or McBride and South Fort George.
HYMENEAL
Harris—Smiles
On Tucsdav evening of ths
week at 8.30 o'clock the marriage took place in the Presbyterian Church of Mv-s Maud
A. Smiles formerly of Gateshead, Eng., to Mr. George H.
Harris, formerly of, Bath^Eng.,
and at present with the Hudson Bay Company. Rev. A.C.
Justice performed the oarmony.
The bridesmaid was Miss L. S.
Diaz and the groomsman, Mr.
C. Milburn of the government
office. Mr. and Mrs. Harris
will take up their residence in
town.
S . Jytf-l!
uthor
of   -e,m,
ist to
lumbia
an'
is th
OTIaherty& inorne
All  kir.d, of
Fruit, Ice Cream
Sodas and
Confectionery.
The_Sanitary way
Fort George
team Laundry
ain.-
in>/
A Future Re-
it the Post-
a slur upon
he misfortune
■ K' e id by
trs for little
ilroad ova
•■ Future Re-
v      travelled
avs
tntit
that
nt. e. an
mining
prominence,
look into the
mining   rit-
that there es
I i revival of
Ish Columbia
_  that      the
II not l>o con-
ix per cent.
Canadian re-
Anglo-French
I.on-
com-
Johannesburg
of more than
nd Mr. Tyrell
not unusual.
risks run   in
NOTICE   OK
•mpanv oi
nd.   That
CANCELLATION OF
BESEEVF.
NOTICE IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  that
the reserve, n tice of  which appeared in the British <"',,]urr.bia Gazette
on the .th day of April, li.ll. relating
to lands in the Peace River District   in
cancelled in so far ... it relates to the
fractional N.W. qnarter of Section 13
Township26, Peace Ri.er District; foi
the purpose of sale to Mr E P Borden
R. A. RENWICK.
Depot? Minister of Lands.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C.
Dated March 16. 1914. rr,ar283m
'-'""' "aimer
The
10.
ill
P.
book Pasa__
press,   Bagg
Freight to F
George at >
rates. ::
WIRE OR WRITE FOR INFOR^ATiOs
L. P. ECKSTEU
Barrister, & |
Haight Building, ft
tted in
■stments should    be
ire
").  s
cream h
ii
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OUSE
Post-
and
ived is
whilst
it   ;ind
i (.-tin  t>-
ast
that British
will find no lack of
to    carry on mining
il good investment,
cated.   Befoiv he  re-
Mr.Tyrel] will in-
mining conditions in
Yukon and Alaska.
njnt   .'
Water Front -  Soutii Fort George
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■:. buy the Finest
ionery that can be
bought at —
The Fort George Drug Co.
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Build Yourself a Home
BREWSTER AND
PELHAM
• r. Fort George, B.C.
n at ' n _■ ■■■-. endeavor
"Boh ink" even as   he
r- tt   . [ ist   pres -nt, or
"F H ore Beaaent."   He
torts ■-■ i us, when he
isT.'.r..-.. i'-r.'tT: r-.-idt-nts—not
j Bohunks who will persist in
I taking up a position near the
head of a waiting file, when
they should take up a position
at the rear.
For   six   weeks   past I have
unfailingly     put in an appear-
< morning at the office of
Welch, general contractor
.•• construction pf the P.G.
Railway, it was said that.
niles of that railway are
under construction and
ber hundn .1 miles will lx'
under way within t.'ti days or
two weeks time. About 3500
men are being employed, and
whpn work is in full swing fully
5000 men will 1>. employed.
The work at Squamish is un-
j d<-r way. and tillitiL' in the tide
Hats will be started early   this
A
i arter
t   a   lillli-
be expended on   th>'
at Squamish    this
- anc
FORMORGE HARDWARE 1!
are and Sheet Metal Workers.
ar .: sheet Iron  work done.
Camp Stoves, Hot-air Furnaces, Etc.
•.-•■ ( ...•..._•_- Gasoiine Lighting System...
ior
] he
com ■
felt i
pap
•-.- post-office
anticipated
su miner,
ion will
terminals
year alone. The total expenditure there will exceed $1,000,
000.
Extensive mining is now Feng carried on in the Kootenay
and boudarv districts.
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:ock-taking SALE!
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ll
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k! 'a: fr. ft. :r, ... y. .v, ?. _r,.
'■<■. h'.r stock to make room for
■ have on the way. Therefore
by coming Fere before you do
rop in and look at the prices.
Close & Brown Company, Ld.
GENERAL MERCHANTS.
md Street     :     South Port George
&
ge
TO
Outfit
Partii
comin
possib
Goods
lorvvar cle<
of this firm to start a freight ser-
ie to Summit Lake this month,
isferred to any point on the route.
.'I going into that country this
i be as.ured of tho best service
c-o. Haynes & Wood, Giscombe
\v
be stored until arrival of owner.
ES & WOOD
on mail
my turn
long anticipated letters. I
ait ine is sometimes irk-
but I have never yet
inclined to write to your
r complaining, that some
common railroad worker, who
has passed ap the strong
temptation to spend his money
in riotous drinking, is sometimes being helped out at the
post-office wicket to send
money away possibly lo a
parent in the land ot his birth
Such nii'ii may come betwixt
th • window and a Future Resident's nobility and prompt him
to write letters u> the press.
For my part I take such incidents a.s part of the day's
round, although 1 admit I am
moved to smile when in the
post-office I .-ce past, pr^'nt
and future residents, with forced false politeness give place
to the ladies, but always with
the [lower that, they retain
tb'ir own.
The (inst-office is open     fur
business.   Purchasing     money-
orders is a   legitimate business
as  is asking for possible letters.
• If there is a kick to make concerning thc local service, let   it
lx' made intelligently   and     in
j the   proper     quarter,   Do not
drag the "Bohunk" into     the
business, for he, despite his misfortunes is  1 take it, exhibiting
a commendable virtue when he
is occupying the    V. O. wicket
purchasing money-orders.   Personally I can conceive of things
more choice than   waiting   behind    "Bohunks" in    a   post-
office and one of th I things   is,
the cheek of a person who    be
hind an anonymity,   seems   to
suggest thai such as he    alone
have the right to put in appearance at the post-office   on mail
days.
II. .1. eS harm an
South forte George,
Juno 0th, 1914.
Two Japanse warships will
visit Vancouver and Esquimult
harbors in June.
A very important section of
work don.' at the Methodist
Conference    at Kamloops   was
n connection with invigorating Sunday School and Ep-
worth League work.
IN  TUE  COUNTY  COURT OF
CARIBOO,
Holden at Fori George.
Between
GEORGE B. WILLIAMS, Plaintiff,
— and —
THEMISTOCLES ANAYNOS,
Defendant.
To Themistocles Anaynos.
TAKE NOTICE that a plaint and
summons have been issued in this Hon-
orable Court by the above-named
Defendant fur Specific Performance of
a certain Indenture under seal dateu
the 8th day of July, 191_, whereby the
above-named Plaintiff agreed to sell
and you, the above-named Defendant,
agreed to purchase of and from the
above-named Plaintiff all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land and
premises situate in the South Fort
George Addition, Fort George. Cariboo
District, Group 1, Province of British
Columbia; and more particularly known
and described as Lot 14, in Block Jo,
Subdivision of District Lot 93-4, Group
1. Cariboo District, according to Unregistered map or plan of the said subdivision deposited in the Land Registry
Office at lh City of Kamloores, in the
said Province, and numbered 701, at or
for the price or sum of $2,200.00, upon
the terms and conditions set out and
contracted in the said Indenture, under
which indenture you are in default.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that by Order of His Honor Judge
Calder, dated the 13th day of May,
1914. it was decreed that delivery of a
sealed copy of the Summons issued in
this action, together with a copy of
this Order, by registered post, addressed to you the Defendant, Themistocles
Anaynos, at South Fort George,
in the County of Cariboo, togethc
notice of the entry of the above
to be published "in the Fort Gecrge
Herald for a period of one month, shall
be deemed to be good and sufficient
service of the said Summons on you,
the said Defendant, and that in default
of a Dispute Note being filed by you
with the Registrar of this Honorable
Court within a period of twenty days
from the expiry of the said publication,
the above-named Plaintiff be at liberty
to enter judgment against you.
Dated at South Fort George this 21st
day of May. A.D. 1914.
MURPHY & MONTGOMERY,
Solicitors for the above-named
jn27 Plaintiff.
Fresh
Meats
Etc.
Beef
Mutton
and
Veal
Wholesale _r.,]
THE B. C HEAT.
FORT GEORGE AND
SOUTH FORT GhCFiUK
BARGAINS IN BUILDERS
SUPPLIES.
FRO*   IJWUFACTOe.  10  ,      '-:   •■„,
You -*.t-ct up es_m
!'-■-..!.-'.        ;     ■    -
ir.K Paper and B ■
eiir»_t by maiL       Nl 11
5-cross panei doors for
light tu
5-cross panel doors for
dark stair, or
Window Frames
Door Frames
$1.70
$1.50
$1.30
$1.35
E'uTek"- '■ le'ixk f« in-
tt all 16 uttat    2i
i-tral.
r-Wn
ran for new auBnuia cuuoa.
A. B. CUSHING LUMBER CO., Ltd
806 POWELL ST.      VANCOLVER B.C
•tocles  _
B Benjamin Gregory
Aerated Water
Manufacturer
SPECIALTIES:
Ginger beer, Cider, Iron Brew
Tl..'
Bride
May
•mbli-
lirst issue of tho Me-
.Journal appeared on
1th, 1914. Thi- ip.o.i-7'i1
ier of this paper Mr. .).
Mewhort came from ono of Al-
berta'a towns where he was
editor of a newspaper. At the
present time Mr. Mewhort is
issuing ti four column fifteen
inch eight page paper on account of the failure of his
machinery to arrive in time;
but in the near future he intends to enlarge his paper.
Mr. Mewhort is fendowered
with a go-ahead spirit and in
his veily first issue advocates
the need of a Hoard of Trade
for McBride and strikes a blow
from the shoulder for a dad ly
Mail Service. Judging from
the first issue Tho Journal is
going tn be a newsy sheet and
the people of McBride would
do well to give it its hearty
support. The Eferald wishes
Mr. Mewhort every success in
his new enterprise,
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the reserve existing upon Crown
lands in the Cariboo and Cassiar Districts, notice of which was published in
the H. C. Gazette on the 12th of September, 1907; also the reserve existing
upon Crown lands within the Land Recording Districts of Cariboo and Lil-
looet and the Kamloops Division of
Vale; Land Recording District, notice
of which appeared in B. C. Gazette on
the 4th of April, 1-11, is cancelled in
so far as the same reserves the said
lands from lease under the provisions
of the Land Act.
Lands K. A. RENWICK
Department,       Deputy Minister
Victoria,B.C. 22nd       of Lands.
April, 1914. 35-3 mos.
Prince George
Builders Co. Ltd.
FOR
SALE
Lets
1, '. ..
Lot..
A !
u.t.
HI"
Quarter
';.-'    1
Tw.,
eneall
□   .   .
fanr
■<i.   T
»200U
H. WILSON, Mgr.. Comer Laselle _ Sev
P.O Boi 6.
S0UIB HiSI CEORCE
LACROSSE
I   At the second general meet-
I ing of the newly formed Lacrosse Assoeiation it was decided to instruct the. executivt
, to purohase all requisites necessary    in the   pursuit of the 19„u,^er
game of LVicrosae,   T1_h  / lhe"
executive  did   and inform     us
that they will arrive here in I day. (8/This notice was posted on the
tin" course of the next, two I?-r.ou.nd on ",e 28lh day of May 1914
wee Its.    This means a now kind
tf •
§. WILLSON
(Late Roberts, Jones & Willson)
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
ACREAGE SPECIALIST
Improved Farms and Garden Tracts For Sale.
HAMILTON AVENUE, SOUTH FORTGEORGE, li.C.
Phone 2, South Eort George P.O. Box 23, South Fort George
WATER  NOTICE
APPLICATION for a licence to take
and use Water will he made under the
" Water Acl " of iiritish Columbia as
follows : (l)The name of the applicant
is I'. J. Georee. I'd) The address of the
applicant is, Office of Division Engineer,
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Eort
George. (3) The name of the stream
is South Fork of Eraser Kiver. (4) The
water is to diverted from the stream on
the South side, about 360(1 feet North
East from Dunstcr Depot on the main
line of the' .and Trunk Pacilic Railway.
('■!) The purpose for which the water
will be used is "Industrial Purposes."
(fi) The land on which the water is to
be used is described as North West
Lot seventy one eighty three
(7188), Cariboo District, Province of
British Columbia, (7) The quantity of
water applied for is  100000 gallons per
.JOHNSON
T.ANdFOkD
London, June8th.—Six thousand sovereigns to insure t)»'
(ifrlit between Johnson and
Lant-ford was deposited today
in the office of the sportsman,
This is the largest deposit ever
made to bind a prize-fight and
represents .Johnson's slmre win,
loose or draw.
of sporl for South Fort George; and the righl kind, for lacrosse is Canada's National
game which should be encouraged (everywhere/ Mo understand that the assoeiation
here will endeavor to promote simular associations in
the surrounding towns and
thus form a lacrosse I lague.
The forming of a league is the
vital necessity of course if the
game is to be played at all.
It is a good spoil, encourage
it, for it will make our city a
popular one.   ,
(!)) 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
filed with the said Water Recorder, or
with the Comptroller of Water Rights
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, Ii. C.
within thirty days.
June (ith, 1914.
P, J. GEORGE, Applicant.
r.-.-it
My Dear Readers :
Don't   think   lee  a . •
been  making a  big ■
paper for the past few
we have gone oiil i I
merely a calm !"■!' n
We have been laying
studying ydnrwants, and
with difficulty lhal   .
able to suppress what I
ing place at the Ki nm
tablishment.
But now that our goo
rived we feel that an ■•
sion  will result   in nol
temporel but good to o
souls.   During thei
wc   have   unKei.l.ii
goods at our ware hou i
Two cars of Groi i ties,
sist of the dellcacieso' i
Space will not allow u   !
prices here,  or debut  we wish to exti i
cordial invitation to visi
ery counter during theco
where we shall talk I" )
same interest ns father i
Our  car load of   Dry
Shoes  assorts our stoi I
tion.
We would like to draw
tion to our most beauti
consisting
vent
this
that
ltis
lorm.
is and
i been
been
n tak-
■.-!:!
ortil
ation.
e you
our groins week,
with tlw
.nds ii'"l
to perfec-
uir i-.tt''"1
fur sets,
link and
ts inunu-
our
from
I .H nee
Teert Goorgo, H.C. ■ Victoria, H.C.
-. P. Iliinlen, Mjfr. F. C. Gieeen, Mrr.
Nclnon, H.C., A. H. Green, Mgr.
Green Bros., Burden & Co.
Civil Engineers, Dominion & B. C. U,ni Surveyors
Surveys of LariilH, Milieu, Towil-lteo, Timber
l.imiiei. Etc.
of    marten
fisher miiiT.. sioles nnil hi
factured by Fairweathers
own native furs.
Wc would also invite you ti
our lace curtains,  w'iralo" ,
carpet squares, summer unui
-and our converfation.
We remain, ,9
Your most humble sei ••'
Kennedy, Blair & Co.
LIMITED
 '^'ji_t_'A_'^'^
llfoyou contemplate «
BUILDING?       >;
I
-"■~4" South
Fort George, B. C, Saturday, June 13, 1914,
SWAT THE PLY
em.- Hv is responsible for
■Dreading' a great many dis-
1 ,s We are to a great ex-
!lt responsible for the pr,.S3nc3
S tho fly- They breed in fflth
,. 90 per cent breed in stable
manure; the bftl'anqS breed in
"' |rl,r,. out-house refuse, etc
ffn prevent  this, filth accumula-
.'.J must be avoided. Stable
„,„,. should be removed at
st every week or must be
hut in covered and dark      re-
ptncles and    sprinkled   from
l||1,' t0 time with lime or
I nil, Garbage cans should
I covered and removed at re-
,„],,,. intervals and surround-
•„„- sprinkled with lime.
lh,, above action will repay
,,.'1 for the irouble. All
;hoU](] join in tl.'i fly warfare,
householders attending to
t|iejr own premises have _ a
right to demand similiar action
by their neighbors. A complaint to the local sanitary
inspector, Mr. H. Avison will
be promptly   attended to.
We trust that citizens will
do their duty and that complaints   will not be necessary.
THE TWO DISASTERS
In proportion to the number
of passengers aboard, the loss
,,i life iii tin- disaster (k>  tWn
[impress nf   Ireland was greater 1 han that wliich aecompan-
•il the destruction of the    Ti-
itnic,    I mt   where one terrible
.ragetly   was prolonged     over
,\vo or Uu .e hours many miles
rum    ..une'. the other    came
H th tin- swiftness of a thund-
frbolt,    only     a few minutes
lapsing from   the time of   the
llision   until the magnificent
hut   .ink   in   the bed of   the
.auT.'in'c within a compar-
tively ..imi distance of land.
In- case i.f the Titanic   the
rorld    knows in considerable
etail \vha( transpired on   her
while   she was      slowly
fettling to her doom with most
lir passengers unaware of   the
|xt--nt    of her       injuries   We
never will know the whole
story of he wreck of the Empress of Ireland, for most of
t.he unhappy victims had no
time to gain the deck and
their state rooms were so many
death   traps.
Human skill and science seem
to labor in vain to render remote the possibility of loss of
life at,sea. The larger and
more luxuriously equipped the
vessel the greater the calamity
when one occurs. In spite of
all man is able ta accomplish
with his resources of wealth
and highly trained intellect, he
cannot even diminish the toll
which ti.u sen exacts from him
He cannot dislodge Utt iceberg
remove the sunken reef or raise
the fog. He cannot prevent
mistakes simply because the
tendency to make them is
among the weakness of his
kind. Byron says his control
ends with the shore, but in fact
it never begins, for the loss of
life through transportation
disasters on land is much
greater than at   sea.
Postoffice Will Issue Duplicates
of   Money  Orders
REGISTERED   MAIL LOST
Those   who have sent money
orders     to   Great Britain    or
Russia,    etc.,   from   Montreal, j
and which   were on board   the
ill-fated   Empress of     Ireland,
will not lose their money.   The;
total amount of money   orders
went   out   of   Montreal       on j
the two duys precedjng the sail- j
ing   of the    Empress was, $13, ]
332.   The    amount despatched
in money orders from Ottawa, j
which is the exchange for    all
the    west,    amounts    to   ten \
times that sent from Montreal.
The course to be adopted by
the    government will   be that 1
duplicates of the money orders I
held   at Ottawa will be copied i
and     despatched   to   London.
There every person will be not- j
ified    that,   a certain sum has j
been despatched to them   and
they will be able to get it   upon application to the  nearest j
post   offices.   Tn cases    where
people   were not aware     that j
money   was    being    sent    to
them, the senders are asked to
write at once to the proposed
recipients and ask them to call
at the post office and make   a
claim, thus shortening the   delay.
According to the statement
of Montreal post office officials,
the heavy registered mail
amounting to 1905 packages,
which went down in the Empress of Ireland, is a total loss
and there will be no compensation for the senders or addressees of those packages.
The postal regulations provide
that the department is only responsible for registered mail
actually lost in the mail and
then only to the extent of $25
for each   package.
Notices are now being sent
out by the Montreal post
oflice to thirty-five exchange
offices in all parts of the
world, notifying them of the
loss of the mail nnd providing
a list of the letters.
The Empress carried 155 bags
of newspapers, ol bags of letters, S baskets containing 302
parcels, and 1903 registered
articles,
INTERNATIONAL  RACE
Interest in the International
Yacht races is growing every
day. Challenger Shamrock IV
is doing good work in the English waters. American aspirants for position of defender
are trying out. Vnnitie end
Resolute have already sailed
three races. Defiance will enter
contests next week.
London June 8th.—Mary
Blomfield daughter of Lady
Blomfield caused a scene in
Rtiekingham Palace at court
when she appealed to King
George. She wns arrested and
released, but in future will be
barred from all court functions
The incident diswubed Palace
officials who are taking all precautions to prevent such another appeal.
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 Weinbrenner Shoe of Milwaukee
16 inches top with buckle, Reg. 10.00
12 q oo
8       >, m         „ ,,    7.50
fi 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 Balbriggan — Reg. 1.25 per suit  - - Sale Price .75
Light Weight Ribbed Underwear - Reg. 2.00 per suit  - - Sale Price 1.00
mil IMA   111 TO    RefclAW    •     •     Sale Price 6.00
PANAMA HAIa &*.«.«> ■ ■ ^^j-j;
— Reg.  6.50    -    -    Sale Price 3.50
See our values in Shirts and Neckwear   ::   Large Range of Blankets
Fi»e Cashmere Socks, Reg. per pair 75c     -     - Sale Price 45c
fine Cashmere Socks, Reg. per pair 60c     -     - Sale Price 40c
AH Wool Ribbed Socks, Reg. per pair 40c     -     - Sale Price 25c
A" 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.
Meeting of joint Committees
of Prince George Chamber of
Commerce, Fort George Bourl
of Trade and South Port
George Chamber of Commerce,
held at the office of I. E.
Haight,, Prince George, B. C,
on Monday, June 8th, at 8.15
p. in. Present : From Prince
George Chamber of Commerce,
Messrs. .1. A. Browne, Hood,
Barney, Duncan and Hunter.
From Fort George Board of
Trade Messrs. Perry, Blake,
Johnston, Playfair and Shearer. From South Fort George
Chamber of Commerce, Messrs.
Cooke, McElroy, Wiggins, H.
G. Brown and Armstrong.
On motion Mr. Perry took
the chair and the meeting was
called to order.
Mr. Cooke, Chairman of the
Soutii Fort George comm'.Ue',
named the district lots which
they had decided th_y would
ask to be included in tl-. district for incorporation, viz :
1). L. 933, <J34, 417, 1426,931,
and 932, total—448.09 acres.
Mr. Carney, Chairman of the
Prince George Chamber . committee named as the district
they wished incorporated, viz.,
D. L. 343, comprising 1366
acres.
Mr. Perry, Chairman of the
Fort George committee, named
the following districts for incorporation :-D. L. 937, 938,
936,   1429, total-962 acres.
The Chairman read from the
Municipal Act, in which it was
stated that the amount of
territory for which application
for incorporation could he made
was litnittd to 2,(100' acres,
and thereupon asked that reductions be made.
Moved by Mr. Playfair,
sseonded by Mr. Black, that
the district for which incorporation should be requested lie
bounded as   follows ;—
(Se.1 report of Mass. Meeting on   another page for this.)
Moved by Mr. Wiggins,
seconded by ilr. M, G. Brown,
thnt the' secretary forward the
following telegram to the Honorable Attorney Genera] :—
"Please advise by telegraph if
term property holder Municipal Act as applied to Prince
George townsite means holder
of agreement of sale, assessed
owner or Grand Trunk. Three
towns holding mass meeting
here     Wednesday evening.
Carried.
On motion the meeting.. adjourned.
L. C. Beckett,
Secretarv.
rort beorge Undertaking to.
.1. W. FANDPORD
H. WAPSHOl
J. P. MILNE
Stock of Caskets and Shipping Cases always on  ...
hand.   Out-of town calls promptly attended to. .*   ,^
Phone Sandifokd 23. ■&
H.  WAPSHOW,  Licensed   Embalmer,  Manager.
Fast Motor Boat Service.
P.R.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
GkeatWest Investment Co., Johnson Blk., S. FortGeorge.
Northern Interior
Building & Loan Association, Ld.
OFFER FOB SALE.
Une MfaiBofikw. tituid ndrierif 8_k kttntui
Braswick Street, Mice Geerfe, al u atrtmrj in price.
T«m; 0m Qurta. ____, Uh alt|d> ttUf i
BAIN & WILSON, LTD., Excliare Agents, PRINCE GEORGE.
STUART   RIVER TOWNSITE
At last the long, expected
Grand Trunk Pacific town of
Stuart River located about 3
miles west of where the.Stuart
River enters the Nechaco about
50 miles west of Prince George
is to be given to the public to
purchase in a week or two
Townsites west and east of
this on sale by private owners
are on the market but this is
authorized agents of the Grand
the first and only town to be
put on by the Transcontinental Townsite Co., of Winnipeg,
Trunk Pacific, F. W. Crawford,
B. C. Manager, has received
advance notice of the sale
and reservations are being
made against the opening announcement. Prices have been
fixed on a novel plan for selling
new to British Columbia .towns
that should prove popular and
at the same time easy for the
buyer to secure an investment
of merit.
The prices are fixed at $40,
860, $80, 8100, 8120, $140, $160
$.80, $200,$260,$300,$350,$400)
$450, $500, $550, 8600, 8650,
and 81,000 to $1,500 for double
corners on tlie main streets.
The terms on lots at $200 and
less will be one tenth purchase
price down, balance in 18 equal
monthly payments no interest.
Terms on lots over $200 will be
one fifth purchase price down,
balance in 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18,
21, 24 months no interest,
Buyers wishing to make n
selection of one or more lots
advise Mr. Crawford at his
South Fort George ofiice, who
will make selections from lists
reserved for the purchasers in
Central British Columbia.
Write stating the number of
lots wanted nnd price wished
to pay.
AMERICAN PLAN
EXCELLENT CUISINE
^
Corner Hamilton & Third
South Fort George. B.C.
The newest and most modern
hotel in the northern interior
Rates $2.50 and $3
H.athly and weakly rataa •■ aa-
plication
W
Best of wines,
quors and ciirara
Albert Johnson, rr*.
_4
OUR BONE DRY LUMBER
(Costs No More Than Other Lumber)
Sawn last summer and thoroughly weather and frost Dried.
—ALSO—
Killn Dried Finish
and Mouldings.
,     SASHES DOORS SHINGLES
BUILDING PAPERS READY ROOFING
STORE FRONTS      COTTAGE FRONT WINDOWS
Wood $3 per Cord Delivered
Fort George Trading&Lumber Co., Ltd.
phone 11 c. Mcelroy, pi*., m
SOUTH FORT GEORGE. Manager. FORT GEORGE.
If you are going to PEACE RIVER
CONSIGN YOUR FREIGHT TO US
At Mile 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
(X
Horse racing, Hose racing,
Men's, Boys and Girls foot
races at the celebration hore
on July 1st.
EMPRESS HOTEL
Comer Fourth and Hamilton       •       Soutl Fort George, B. C.
A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE HOTEL.
On American Plan. fetes on Application.
Bright and comfortable roofcs and
suites at the Empress.      :      :
6. WARCUP
^_
Proprietor
Fort George & Alberta
Telephone & Electric  Co., Ltd.
Shares for Sale it par value of $160.00 eacji
Terms of Payment 25 per cent, on allotment, 26 per
cent, two months, 25 per cent, four months and
balance six months after allotment     :°      ::      ::
BAIN _ WILSON, Ln. ass. PRINCE GEORGE.
,    .HI    l(li...    Ji LU I* ». hv Pay Rent |
Bronger & Flynn
WE SELL EVERYTHING
- BUT GROCERIES -
'.- -irove
v. n town
time ■ |
d strike
,1   down.
Northern Lumber & Mercantile
Company, Limited
I f com. hi
uaai ran, _<*t__
Ulu.
.re.'
Li   II
(is fo
• in
Ph lir
jump-
-
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■i..;. .1
nor 'li'i
there.
food   in
Mr
noi,ti on th>-m.
_y 'Ir ink. but   ^"
fight
been in a
were bl d
i i rney    as
.ther    man
r. she call-
.- was next caUed
same house,    her
much the   sami
m and she also
noses .'.nd   blood
■■   :;n_
■d    ofi
:he construction of-
The Pacific Great Eastern Ry.
On the east side of the Fraser River betwi er Pri
George ar.d White's Landiug (Big Prair ■■
openinvr up of the largest compact area  f :     farm
lands in the Fort George district.    Wen   .
Eale, in farms of 160 acres nrmore, the best s  ections
alor.g the new railway.   These lands were care!
cruised and selected  four years a .o.   VT- a
lands 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. WALK EH
General Ajrer.t
!',e-|fer
Th
and
z^ |&
/^&atr\\
DOCTOB5
Dr.    Laz
A.MINATIOS
isted    Dr.  Sic
concluded the evidence
corner, Dr; Richardson
revi rwed the evidence and pointed out that all the witnesses
with the exception of Tierney
st ued that it was impossible to
jn through th.- house after the
siren blew.
Th*- jury were out about .
hours une) brought in tho fol-
lowing verdict :
"Moody's death was the result e i a Wow < n tie'- I ead fron
-.'•- unknown cause, .h. o*^■ ■ •!
\:..:a supposed to be Sokolsky
was burned to death and the
origin of the fire was unknown.
(T
witn blood   ;]  ' - both in     and
oul.    Thia     might    be caused
ss I but
i rture to
int     of
the  flnri   day
I
■ 11. A (rent
IHHTItlCT,
■'•" Mills, eef
1 :■■•■   11 .■   t'.il-
 !   I!    ill
■ im bank of
i i -.,.... mllim
i'i. and Hire..-
l'iee.l<|.,|   -W.
ii I M) chains:
'•rie-e. We R| 80
aln« lee pollll
UK   (eld  ile'ie'H,
lIliTee-l.    riee.'ll,    1
• hnlnj.  tleoncn
< .   ee.reiene'rie'eMii
Kioru   or   |>. .,
1'lele'll    Mrirel
"'I' 1,1 i M   MH 1 . .
•   Meee Donoll. Aennl
e  • --i,   niBTntCT
'   i ■■:,,,. Rivor
"     '    Bl    Il'l' 1(1    He-He.   ref
i' ■ ".r. Intend" la on
• te purrllflle te ,. f,,|.
1 1 11 ddl e- -,,.,. .|,,-,,,!!, ■ en
,1'    I   ,  .   ,e,e|||.e ee«|    ||.„,|.    ,,e
1 '".i'i iwonty.ono mile*
'  FnA Oraham and i».
 "f  "■"'!    mnrkod  "li
'", tHtWOe e>n_t so I'hnlnn:
i ('.".in." i',.'.'n n'i..-t HI
Heenlh   SO  e'hillnn  tre  point
ni; containing iho acres,
7,   191.
leAVltl   |.-II?,U>R.
Juhn MacDonill, Agent,
and N.w..  7W2, 7.056! death, but if after, wi ild havi
ii   '■;■ A''A,1- -"A ''' ''' caused immediatclj     to
■   '   - .    .;', ■ u !' :i.'.- ■ uch a condition
% 5309. sail    ' -  ■':        Dr. II. S. Mc Se.r.-'y.       sa:.d
..':;.'   ':''.  ° ;, :-,.:    n e< nnection with examination
■.- 7214, 7216,'7212, 7210 of Moody    I"- fouiwl membrane
,' J:'!"'' I",'!' 'A!'.' AA- covering    tlie- brain punctured,
•   7 94 7us 71*82 7181 whether this was caused by the
Group  One,  Cariboo Im-,!    or   a  blow    he could   not
my, he- also found large hi mor-
in ige     betwi fii ilanii','.' d men-
■'■.;;■!.' ■''■       tt I! be received at thc brane    and    skull.    In his opin-
".' ■  ■!   the  .'.  slBtanl   ''-.rr.rniH!.[oiier ■        ,e ■     ■   • i
lI 3.1  Bride, for om week from the flr.1 l""   !,ll~  lll!"rv    was  ,*" result
tr. '.: .i.ine-. after which application! of a   severe blow  on the bead.
ZZZZZZZZZZtZZ  "«     made a close examination
Oeorge. ol botii remains i n I lound con-
it. a. fbnwtck, ditions altogether different, the
l)i-|eiely Minister eef I.arnln e   ,      i       q   i    i
Lanels Department,    . raan   supposed   to   hi-  OOKOlow-
vietoria, B.C., ] sky had died from burning, njid
1 it.     was      <|iiiu'    plain    that
Moody's    death was the result
, of    a    blow ut on    the   I, ad.
Probably while lying   in     bed
Iih    falling rafter or the    brick
NOW you can buy chimney    fell    and struck him
. _      i e     0%m  I""   '"w'' ''" s''' ''  w"u''' have
3 Loaves Bread tor 25clo'- within ,u° °r iUr'- <<""-
i iit.es after death to leave blood
; clots sin li as were found.
Moods' would be dead two
minutes after room filled with
| smoke and fire, therefore', the
rafter or bricks would have to
fall     inside of five   minutes to
r,th  Mrar-h,  1-14.
Quit Baking
AT  THE
Also I'ASTRY and CAKES at
Reasonable Prices
J. F.   CAMPBELL
CIVIL ENGINEER
British   Columbia   Land   8nr»ejr»r
Uinel Annul       Timber Crutiter
Roprtiontlng COKE & MCGREGOR, Limited
M.Uruiiur Hulldlng. Third Stroet, SOUTH
-OUT GEORGE. II. C.
cause  blood clots in head,
Tierney was recalled and   he
!stuck     to    hi--   previous story
j that he and Moody had received     a bad lieatiriL'   in it   house
; on the l/.ll nm by Jean Starrs.
Throe   chauffeurs were brought
jin      and    Tierney   recognized
Minty .Johnson  and    Roy  Mf:.
iDonuJd  aa the   two men   who
BASEBALL
South Beats Princp 20 U 1
On Sunday afternoon last
Sleuth and Prince played a league game at the ('ache and
piit it all over the Prince boys'
to the tun - of 20 to 1. Prince
never had a look in and were
lent classed at every stai/f r>f
the L'.'tme-, only three of their
ne n rciicln-d lirst base. The
Ilenrv battery for South can
certainly deliver tbe goods,only
'Mt butter- fac:ng the pitcher;
and received only one hit during the game. South pulled
off th. firs! trinle steal of the
season and Harris in right
field pulled down gome hi^h
ones. The whole team in fact
are working together like «,
machine and deserve the support of all baseball fans in this
district, South lined up as
follows :—Blake, c. f.; Brown,
I.f.; McBurney, 3 b ; Hanover,
■J li.; O'Flaherty, s.s.; R. Henry,
c.; Sullivan, I li.; Harris, r.f.
and J, Henry, p.
South -1 14 0 3 2 3 3 3-20
Prince - (I 0 0 0 0 0 10 0-1
Summary
Runs Hits Errors
20 19 0
1 1 '.)
The League standing  is ;
won lost
South 3 0
Central 1 1
Cache. | 1
Prince 0 3
Postponed      game     between
Central and Cache.
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 \ ancouver and Victoria, and will buy for
clients at a very moderate commission.
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i n   '
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all Kinds of
D it       TL I........ GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL
Butter, Iheese, tggs;       parts of tn v
Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Live Stock
Phone 35
Fort George and Soutii Fort George.
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by the Empress of Ireland
wreck sending divers down to
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The Royal Mail and Express Route Steamers
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connecting at Quesnel with Autos, for Ashci
STEAMER   LEAVES   SOUTII   FORT  GKORGE   EVER
Round Trip to Ashcroft $80, Single $45.50
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GET OUR  BATES O.V  EXFKESS
Leslie Cameron, Superintendent,
Ashcroft, li. C.
South FobT u» TAK
e ar ibed lunds: Commencing
i', leel on me; north-east balm
" Kiwi' about nine miles up-
i. ort Oraliam, marked 'J.
'".,'.,."• theuce eaat 80 chains;
mi .'bains; tbence west 40
""..,. |,.SK to tbe river; tiience
V nnursa ol' tbe liver lo point
icuinetu; containing 480 acrea,
''"'"  '• "jaMES   KELLEY.
jolin MacDonell, Agent.
., oRUi- LAND DISTRICT.
,'..,,., 0t l'eeace Hiver.
' ,.e ii i.' that .Michael Patrick
Vancouver,  B.  C,  engineer,
"., ,nr permission to pur-
',  ii,wlni.     described    lands:
at  a   post   planted  on   Lie
Auk  of   tue     Kinlay  Kiver
,'.,108  up-stream  trom  I'ort
e   „,.',.   mile      east,     marked
"   »  \f   corner";   thence  east
''   mi- sciutn Ml chains; tiience
'"', .    tl.encc north   HI) chaini)
,   ..n'mmencenient;  containing
following iles in,.i "", u Purchase the
at a post planted6Si i. s: Commencing
or the Findlay in ■ VZZ'1 '"easl " ."<
up-stream from 1 .,,, ,' eloven mllea
mile east, Marked V ■ 'S tt"d °""
tbence east si) ehalns;  tlienc SS
^"iot_5aTU.t«rtSi-s
m^zT*i:z\iz --™s
CHARLES CAHALIN.
  John MacDonell, Agent.
FOR'
MICHAEL
Job
'    '8 PATRICK  RYAN,
i  .Miiclioliell, Agent
,.-011013  LAND  DISTRICT.
,',„, 0f Peace Hiver.
• i,'i-'   lhat   John   Cerr, o:
n   c,   logger,    intends    to
Mieis-eieui   to   purchase   the
[...•ribed lands:   Commencing
inted on Hie nnrth-east bank
,,,   River   about   nine   miles
.,!.,,„  t.'ort Qraham and  two
,,.. ,1 -.I  c.'s N.W. corner";
;,, chalns;  thence south  SU
,   we8l   mi   ohalns;  thence
Iina to point of commence-
iliiing B-lti acres, more or Icbs.
'"'' 4' "'"'  JOHN  0ERR.
John MncDonell, Agent.
i.-OHal_   LAND   DISTHICT.
in, i of Peace River.
oTICE    thut    Michael    Mc-
' Vancouver,    11.    C,   logger,
..m.iv ior permission to pur-
' following    .lescribed   lands:
at  a   peest   planted   on   tbe
hank   or   the   Finlay     Rlvcr
mlles   up-stream  from   Fort
1 four inlle-s east, marked "JI.
corner*';   tiience   east   SO
',,.,.  south  SO  chains;  llience
Ina    ihenco  nortii  SO chains
i ,,'inniencement;   containing
ore eer ie-ss.
ire ii   1.  IHU-
MICHAEL   McDONALD.
.leelin .MacDonell. Agent.
URGE   I.AND   DISTRICT,
rlcl of Peace River.
OTICE     that     Daniel     F.
•   Vancouver, B. C, logger,
pply for permlssiien to pur-
riellowing   described   .lands:
,i  posl   planted  on   the
I    of   lhe   Finlay     Hiver
. .   up-stream   from   Fort
■   'e■.-   miles   east,   marked
\\   e-"rner";  thence east 80
north  SO  cbains:  thence
i -   [hence south 80 chains
, n'mmenoement;   containing
or less.
I, 1914.
WIF.I, F. CAMPBELL.
lohn   MncDonell,  Agent.
•. IE  LAND   DISTRICT.
: "f Peace River.
riCE  that  Carroll Charles.
R  C,    laborer,  Intends
-.-i mission to purchase the
- ribed lands:   Commencing
nted on the north-east bank
lllver about thirteen miles
om   Fort   Graham,   marked
.nrner";   thence   east   80
.. south  80  chains;   thence
s, more or less, to the river;
nut the course of thc river
e'nmmencement;   containing
i or less.
51.
.'ARROLL CHARLES.
John MacDonell, Agent.
T  GEOROE   LAND  DISTRICT
District eef Peace River
TAKE NOTICE tiiat Thornf-s Ualrd,
of Vaneouver, B. c, shipwright n-
tends to apply for perm s .Sn to nu.
chase the following described .anus-
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-east hank of the Finlav River
about eleven miles up-stream from
I'ort Graham, marked "T B's S \V corner"; tiience east so chains; thence north
80 chains; thence we-st Sll chains' thence
soutli 80 cliains to point of commence-
ment; contuining 640 acres, more or less
Dated  .March   I,  1014.
Tllu.M.vs   BAIRD,
John MacDonell, Agent.
i ~~—■ —'	
FORT  OEOHGE  l.ANU   DISTRICT
District of peace River
TAKK NOTICU that Hugh Murray,
of Vancouver. B. C, teamster, Intends
to apply for permission te, purchase the
following described lanels: e'eeinmenclng
ut a peest piunted on the north-enst bunk
of the Finlay River nbout nine- mile's upstream from Fort Graham, marked "li.
M.'s S.W. corner"; thence east su chains;
thence north SO chains; thence west SO
chains; thence south so cliains to point
nf commencement; containing (11(1 acres,
more or less.
Dated March 4, IUH.
HUGH  Ml'RRAY.
John MacDonell, Agent.
south 80 cliains to point of commencement: containing 040 acres, more or iess.
Dated March 5, 1914.
DANIEL  McCARTY.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FOHT   GEOROE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District   of  Peace   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Tom Snoweeon,
of Vancouver, B. C, butcher, intends to
apply for permission to purohase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay Hiver about fifteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and three
miles east, marked "T. S.'s S.W. corner"; thence east SO ehains; thence north
80 chains; thence west SO chains; tiience
soutii 80 cliains to point of commencement; containing 040 acres, more or less.
Dated   .March   5,   lllll.
TOM   SNOWDON.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
Dated .March   I,   lull.
duncan mcgillvary.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
.'ORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace   Hiver.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred M. Rutherford, of Vancouver, B. C, salesman, intends to apply for perniission to purchase the toilowing described lands:
Coinmencing at a peest planted on the
north-east bank of the Finlay River
ubout tlfteen miles up-stream from Fort
Graham and two miles east, marked "W.
M. H.'s S.W. corner"; thence east SO
chains; tiience nortii SO chnins; tiience
west SO chains; tiience soutii 80 chains
to point of commencement; contuining
640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
WILFRED  M.   RUTHERFORD,
.lohn   MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
Districl of Peace Hiver.
TAKK NOTICE Ihut Sidney Kcnnee,-.,
of Vancouver, B. C, cooks, intends to
upply leer permission to purcliase the
following described lunds: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east hank
of the Finlay River abenit eleven miles
up-stream from Fort Graham ami lhe
miles ensl. marked "S. K.'s s.W. corner"; thence east 80 eliuins; thence- north
so chains; thenee west 80 ciiuins; tiience
south Sn chains lee peeint eel commencement; containing tiln acres, more or less.
Dat.-el  March   I.   1014.
SIDNEY KEARNEY.
John   MucDonell,   Agent.
FORT   (IKOROK   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District of I'enee Hiver.
TAKK NOTICE that Findlay Robertson, of Vancouver, B, C„ bridge-man, Intends to upply ior permission to purchase the following described lunils:
i ommenelng eel a post planted e,n tne
north-east hunk eei the Finlay River
about seventeen miles up-stream trom
Fort Oraham and marked "1 . H.'s S.W.
eoriee-r"; thence eust so chains; tiience
north Su ciiuins; thence west so chuins;
tiience soutli SU chains to point of commencement; containing 0I0 acres, more
or Jess.
Dated March 6, 1014,
FINDLAY ROBERTSON.
John   MacDonell,  Agent.
OKI aeres,  more or les.-,.
Dated March 5, 1914.
OEOROE HLATCHFORD.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   OEOROE   LAND   DISTHICT.
District of Peace Hiver.
TAKE NOTICE that James W. Flaherty, of Vancouver, B, C, superlntend-
e'lit. intends to apply for permission to
purcliase the following described lands:
Commencing ut a post plauted on the
north-east bank of the Finlny River
about fifteen miles up-stream from Fort
Graham and four miles- east, marked
"J. W. I'.'s N. W. eorner": thenee
eust SO cliains; ttience south 80 chains;
tiience west 80 chains; thence nortii 80
chains to point of commencement; containing  640 acres,  more ,r  iess.
Dated  March   5,   1914.
JAMES  W.  FLAHERTY.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
river   to  point  or   tonueieiii™.....,
talnlng 480 acres, more or less.
Dated   March   6.   UH^   DBLBIBK
John  MacDonell.  Agont.
FOHT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKB NOTICE that Rudolph Schno-
ter of Vancouver, B. C„ cigar manufac.
turer. Intends to apply for PermissIon
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a poeit Planted on
the north-east bank of the Finlay River
about twenty-one mlles up-stream from
Fort Graham, and marked R. b. s «•«•
corner"; thence east 20 chains; thence
south 80 cbains, more or less, to tne
river; thence following the course or
the river to point of commencement,
containing 160 acres, more or less.
Dated March 7, 1914.      „„„-,__„,,
RUDLOPH   SCHNOTER.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FOHT   GEOROE   I.ANI)   UISTRICT.
Dislrict of Peace Hiver.
TAKF. NOTICE that Charles Werner,
of Vancouver, B, C, timber-faller, Intenda to apply for permission to purchase tile following describeil latins:
Commencing ut a post planled on the.
north-east bnnk of the Finlay River
about nine- mlles up-stream from Fort
Oraham and three miles east, marked
"C. W.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80
chains: thencc south 80 cliains; llience
west 80 chains; thence nortii 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
640 aires, more or less.
Dated   March   4,   1914.
CIIARLKS WERNER,
John   MncDonell.   Agent.
FORT   (IKOROK   I.ANII   DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKK NOTICE that Thomas Buchanan, of Vancuuver, B. C, miner, Intends
lo apply for permission to purchase tin-
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planteei on tlie north-east hank
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from l-'ort Oraham and one
mile east, marked "T. H.'s N.W. corner .
tbence east 80 chains; thence soutii 80
chains; thence west SO chains; thence
nortii 80 chains to point of commencement; conlaining 640 acrcs. more or less.
Dated  March   6,   1914.
THOMAS BUCHANAN.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
District   of   i'eaee   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Harry N, cbenier,
of Vancouver, B. C, painter, Intends to
apply for permission te) purcliase the
following desoribed lands: Commencing
at a post planteei on the nurth-.ust bank
of the Finlay River about fifteen mlles
up-stream from Fort Oraham and eene
mile east, marked "II. N, C.'s S.W. corner';; thence east SO cliains; thence nortii
so chains; thence west so chains; thence
soutii so chains to point of commencement; containing 010 acres, more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
HARRY  N. CHENIER.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LANI)   DISTHICT.
Distriet of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE Ethat Frank Charles
Norbe-ek, of Vancouver, B. C, broker, intenils to apply for permission to purchase the following describeil lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
nortli-east bank of the Finlay River
about fifteen miles up-strenm from For:
Oraham, marked "F. C. N.'s S.W. corner"; thenct. east 80 chains: tliehe'e north
80 cbuins; thence west 80 chuins; thence
soutii SO cliains lo point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated .March 6, 1914.
FRANK  CIIARLKS   NORBEI K.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
I     FORT   GEORGE   I.AND   DISTRICT.
Districl of Peace Riier.
I    TAKK NOTICE  that Charles J.   Egg-
ley,   of  Vancouver,   B.   C,   construction
i foreman,  intends  to  apply   for  permission to purchase the following described
'lamls: Commencing at a post planted on
j tlie north-east bank of the l-inlay River
Inbout el.-wn miles up-stream from Port
j Graham   und   four   miles   eust,   murked
"C.   J.   IC.'s   N.W.   corner,";   thenee   eust
'80 chnins; tiience south SU chains; tiience
west 80 cbuins;  thence north  So chains
[to   point   of   commencement;   contuining
Oln acres, more or less.
Dated March 4, 1914.
CIIARLKS  J.   EGGLEY.
John  MacDonell,  Ageelit.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKK NOTICE that John Cocklon, of
Vancouver, B. C, master mariner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Conunencing at a post planted un the
north-east -unk oi the Finlay River
about fifteen miles up-streum from Fort
Graham and one mile east, marked "J.
C.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence west SO
ciiuins; tlicnce nortii SU chains to point
of commencement; containing 610 acres,
more or less.
Dated  March  5,  1914.
JOHN COCKTON.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FOItT   GEORGE   LANI)   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE lhat William Smith, of
Vancouier. B. C, teamsler, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planteei on the north-east b.uiK
of the Finlay- River abnut thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Oraham and ,tw*
miles east, marked "W. S.'s S.W, corner"; tiience enst SO chains; tiience nortii
80 chains; tbence west SO ciiuins; thence
soutli SO chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated  March  6,  1914
WILLIAM   SMITH.
Jolm   MacDonell,   Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Dl-'trlct  of   Peace   River.
TAKK NOTICE that Davis Donaldson,
of Vnncouver, B. C, painter, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of thc Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and two
miles east, marked "D. D.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence soutn
80 chains; thence west 80 chainB: thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 ocres, more or less.
Dated Mareh  6,  1914.
DAVIS   DONALDSON.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FOHT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District   of  i'eaee'   River.
TAKE NOTICE that George Nash, of
Vancouver, B. C, tailor, Intends to apply for perniission to purchnse tbe following described lnnds: Commencing at
a post planted on tiie nortli-east bank
of the Finlay Rivcr alioul fifteen miles
and a half up-stream from Fort Graham,
marked "O. N.'s S.E. corner"; thence
north 40 chains; thence west 80 chains,
more or less, to the river; thence following the course of the river to point
of commencement; containing 320 acres,
more or less.
Dated March 5, 1914.
GEORGE NASH.
John MacDonell,  Agent.
I! ' UCE   LAND DISTRICT.
Irlct of Peace River.
'TICK   that   Angus   McGll-
V incouver,  B.  C  miner,  ln-
■ ly   fcr   permission   to   pur-
following    described    lands:
.it   a  post   planted  on   the
' ink   of   tlie   Finlay    River
■ •   mile's up-stream from Fort
' two miles east, marked "A.
corner";   thenre    east     80
ne ■■  north   80  chains;   tbence
>li s. thence south 80 chains
:   commencement;  containing
i e> or less.
larch   4,   1914.
ANGUS   McOILI.IVARY.
.luhn MacDonell, Agent.
IEORGE   I.AND  DISTHICT.
Istrict eef Pence River.
M'TH'K   thnt   James   .1.   I.ou-
,'ancouver,   B.   C,   logger,   in-
i Iv   feer  permission   tei  pur-
following   described   lanels:
.u   n   post   planted   on   the
i ll k     eef     lhe   Finlay   River
•   mllea  up-stream  from  Fort
■'I   Urn   mile's   enst,   innrkeel
S \v   corner"; thence enst 8"
• . SO ehalns: thence west 80
ence south  SO chnins to point
inieiit: containing 040 acres,
! iri li  I, 1014.
,1A MI'S .1. LOUDON.
John MncDonell, Agent.
FORT  OEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph Morgan,
of Vancouver, B. C, miner, intonds to
apply for permission to purchase the
following .lescribed landa: Commeneing
at a post rlnnted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles
»p-stream from Fort Graham and three
miles east, marked "J. M.'s N.W. corner"; thence enst 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence west 80 chnins: thence
nnrth so ehalns to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated Marcli 6, 1914.
JOSEPH MORGAN.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   OKOROIl   LAND   DISTRICT.
District   of   Peace   River.
TAKIO NOTICE that Peter Hyland.
of Vuncouver, H. C, logger. Intends to
npplv for permission to purchase the
following descrilied lnnds: Commencing
at a posl plantod on the north-east bank
of the Finlnv River ahnut thirteen miles
up-sii-I'ani from Fort Qraham und four
miles east, marked "P. H.'s N. W. corner": thence east SO chains: tbence south
SO chuins: theme wesl SO chnins: thencc
north so chnins to point of commencement; colilnillillg 610 ncres, more or less.
Dated  March  5,  1914.
PETER   HYLAND.
John   MaeDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE NOTICE that John P Smith, of
Vancouver, B. C, bricklayer, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about seventeen
miles up-stream from Fort Graham,
and mnrked "J P. S.'s N.W. corner";
thence east SO cliains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains, tnnre or
less, te tlie river: thence foil-owing the
course of tlie river to point of commencement; containing 610 acres, more
or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
JOHN   P.   SMITH.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE   LAND  DISTRICT,
District   eef   Peaoe   Hiver.
TAKF NOTICE thut Chnrb'S B. West-
ley, of Vancouver, B. C, logger, Intends
to apply for perniission to purchase the
following described lands: Comnieneing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of tiie Finlay River about seventeen
mlles up-stream from Fort Oraham and
one mile, east, marked "C. B. W.'s N.W.
corner"; tbence east 80 chains; tbence
south 80 chains; thence west SO chains;
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dated  March  6. 1914.
CHARLES   R.  WF.STLEY.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
"C    V
lo ru I
''11-,,'
'I M
"l:i;K   LAND   DISTHICT.
Irlcl e,r Peace River.
OTICE   tiiat   Malcolm James
:   Vancouver,   R. C, logger,
.''■i']\  feer permission to pur-
fullowing    desiTlbed   lanels:
Rl   a   peist   plnnted   on   the
i 'i k   e.r   the.   Finlny     River
miles   up-stream   from   Fort
el "lie- mile- e'usi,  marked  "M.
romer";   tbencc   easl   sn
■ ■ -   north   SO   chains;   thence
Ins    I'i.-nee soulh  80 chnins
commencement;  containing
noro .er less.
ii h   l    19H.
I.COLM JAMKS MORROW.
John   MacDonell,   Agent.
I'limam land district.
'll'i  eel' Pence'  River.
'TICK Unu Jem Hrowen, of
II    C.,   logger,   Iniends   to
i mi. slon to purchase the fnl-
lil'i'd lands: Conunencing nl
('■el on the north-east bank of
River nliout   nine  mlles  UP-
'i Fori Graham anil four mllees
ii'el     "J.   R.'s   S.W.   eorner":
80 chains;   ttience north  80
tu '■ w.'st 80 chains: thence
'"dies |e> point nf cnmnience-
'li Ing 6lu ni'i'es, more nr less,
arch   4,    1914.
joe nn .wen.
John MaeDonell. A Kent,
FORGE I.AN'D DISTRICT.
''''■I eef Pence River.
"TICK that Thomas Wilson,
i'er, B. (',, laboror, Intends
' permission to purchase tne
b •',■'ihi'd lunds: Commencing
lanted on the north-enst bunk
'v River ubout nineteen miles
'"'in l-'ort Grnhnm and three
",,'inlf enst, marked "T. .W..s
llience cnst 80 ehnins:
"' '0 ehulns; tbence went SO
'nre: thenee south 80 chnins
ei.uinieheement;   contnining
 ro or less.
arch 0, 19M.
THOM is   WTT.SOW
John MncDnnell. Agent.
FORT   OF.OHOK   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District   of   Pence   River.
TAKK NOTICE that Kdwurd M. On-
ver, of Vancouver, B, c, printer. Intenda
to npplv for permission In purclmse the
following described lands: Commencing
at a peest planti'd on (he north-enst bnnk
of the Finlav Hiver nbout thirteen miles
up-strenm from Fort Grnhnm nnil Hie
miles enst, innrkeel "E. M. O.'s N.W. corner"- thelice easl so chains; thence south
80 chuins; tbence west SO .'halns; thelice
nortii SO chains tn p< Int eef coinmcnoe-
nie'it; conlnlniug OK' ncres, more or less.
Duteei March B, 1914,
KDWARD M. OLIVER.
/    John   MucDonell,  Agent.
FORT   (IKOROK   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District e.f i'enee River.
TAKE NOTICE Hint John Shaw, nf
Vnncouver. R. C, gardener, intenils to
apply for permission lee purchnse the
fnllnwing described lands; ('ommenelng
nt a post nlnnti'il on tbe north-enst hunk
of the Finlnv River about thirteen mile's
up-ntren m from l-'ort I! nihil in anil live
mlles east, innrkeel "J. S.'s S.W. corner ;
theme ensl so ehulns; thence north so
ehnins; thenco wi'St SO chuins; thonce
south 80 chuins to point of commencement: contnining 640 aires, more or less.
,"»""   M'"T"  S'   l!"4'   JOHN  SHAW.
John  MncDonell,  Agent.
TORT   (IKOROK   LAND   DISTHICT.
Dislrict  of  Peaco River
TIKI! NOTICE tiiat Bert l-nnle nf
Vancouver, R. C. cigar-maker, Intenils to
upnlv for permission to purchase the
following descrlhi'd binds: Commencing
at n post piunted on the north-enst bnnk
of the Finlnv River nbout fifteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graliam and five
miles ensl, marked "II. F.'s N.W. cor-
ner"; thonce enst 80 chnins: thence south
89 ohnlns; tiience west SO chuins; thence
north 80 elinlns to point of commencement; containing 610 acres, morc or loss.
Dated March 6, 1914. ^^  mmR
Jeihn MncDonell, Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District   of   Peace   River.
TAKK NOTICE thnt Hartford R. See-
ley, of Vancouver, B. C, miner. Iutemls
to apply for permission to purehase the
following described lnnds: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
tf the Finlay River ahout eleven miles
.p-strenm from Fort Oraliam and one-
mile enst, marked "II. R. S.'s N.W. eeer-
ner"; thence enst 80 chnins: thenee seeutii
SO ehnins; thence west SO chains; tiience
nortii so chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated   March   4,   1911.
HARTFORD 11. SF.KI.KY.
John  MacDonell,  .Agent.
FORT  GEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District   of   I'eaee   River.
TAKK NOTICE that Jnhn Noyes, of
Vancouver, R. C., miner, Intends to upply for perniission to purcliuse' tlie fol-
leeivlng described lands: Commeneing at
a post planleil on the north-enst buirii
of the Finlay River about eleven miles
up-streum from Fort Grnhnm nnd two
miles enst, mnrked "J. N.'s N.W. cornor"; thence eust SO chains; thene-e' BOUtll
SO clinins; llience west 80 chuius: thence
north so ehulns t« point or commencement; contnining 6 10 in-re's, more or less.
Dated March 4, 1914.
JOHN  NOYES.
John MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTHICT.
Distriot  of   Pence   River.
TAKE NOTICE that Freeman William
Ferguson,   of   Vancouver,    i..   ('..   ceim-
morclal   Havener,   Intends   In apply   for
permission   tn   purcliuse   the   following
idi'scrileeei  lunds: Commencing ut u post
planteei   on   the  north-east   bank  of  tlie
I Finlny   River   about   eleven   miles   upstream   from   Fort   Graham   and   three
miles oast, marked "F. W. F.'s N.W. corner": thence enst 80 clinins; tiience south
80 chains; tiience west 80 chnins; thenee
nortii  80 chains to pnint of commencement; containing 640 ncres, more or less.
Dated March 4, 1914.
FREEMAN WILLIAM  FERGUSON.
John  MncDon .J,  Agent.
FORT GEOROE  LAND  DISTHICT.
Dislrict  of Pence  River.
TAKE   NOTICE   tlmt   Paul
Vancouver, R.
Roy,   of
-ook, Intends to apply
i, nurchase the following
IT e:i.-e
I'i .i
"'OF   LAND  DISTRICT.
"I  of  Pence  lllver.
'"'''H'I''.   Hint   Melvln 0111, nf
,','   "   ''•■  teamster, inteiuls to
'■'■> misspell    In   purcliase   the
'  'e"eeiii,e(|  lands!   Onnimeiio»ng
|    j'a" Jed on (be north-enst tiiinH
1 ov i.'ive-e' niiniit nineteen mlle-s
'    rnni   Fori   Ornhnm  nnel   t"'o
' '', hnlf ee.-iMt, marked "M o's
"er ;  thence    enst    80  ehnins;
.."" so eliuins:   Ihenee west  80
„',ii"'l,,'e snuth  80 ehnins to point
. i,,,!]'""'"': oontalnlng 610 ncres,
'''  Sl""'h   4,   1914.
MF.LViN OILL.
John MncDonell, Agent.
free  ncrinlssleen   lee  piirCllllSe   1 eee.e..,,,«
lescr l.r_   nils: ('..mniciiclng at a post
nn' in   ti"' nortli-east bank of the
in nv   1  ve    nb""<   fl""8" ,"'II,'H  ,,,,,,•
j_S&ort Oraliam -nd live n.. e
?&emeaskA c inns':  thence north  80
Ihenee east so (|   ,,,„ ,,s;   tiience
''"n V".n ,_  ins to pi im "f commence-
n.e^cWffgoVncres. more or lees.
men..
Dated Mnrcl
" 10R       PAUL ROY.
Jolm MncDonell, Agent.
TORT   OFOHGK   LAND fflBTRlCT.
TAKI   V  TCK thai  Daniel  Me'Cartv,
l"u' 11  .'   inhourer,   ntends to
2LY«n?SrVnermlssi'oJ  to purohase  the
upply   frn   Rin    s cninmencing
following      si'lbi     in        rt|,.eaat |,„„k
SI \_fnX^yt. about fifteen miles
FOHT   OEOROE   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTIfE Hint William Morrison, of Vancouver, B. C, miner, intends
to npply fnr permission to purchnse tbe
following descrilied lands: Commencing
nt a post plnnted on the north-enst bank
of the Finlny River nbout seventeen
niles up-strenm from J-'ort Ornhnm nnd
hree miles east, marked "Vf. M.'s S.W.
corner": thence enst 80 chains; thence
north 80 clinins; tlicnce west 80 chains:
thence soutii 80 chains to noint of commencement; contuining 640 ncres, more
or less.
Dated March 6,  1914.
WILLIAM   MORRISON.
John MacDonell,  Agent,
:     FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District eef I'eaee River.
TAKI-; NOTICE that Martin O. Lund,
; of   Vancouver,   B.   C,   chef,   intends   to
(apply   feer   permission   to   purcliase   the
following  described  lands:  Commencing
at a post planted (en the north-east bunk
eef   tli-   I'inlay   Hiver. about   seventeen
miles up-stream irom Kort Graham ami
tlie mile-s easi. marked "M. '). L.'s S.W.
. corner;   tiience   east   80   chains;   tiience
north SO chains; tiience west SO chains;
! thenee soiitli so chains to point of e'om-
mencement;  containing  640  acres,  more
or less.
I    Dated March 6, 1914.
MARTIN   O.   LUND.
John  .MucDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND   I. ISTRICT.
liistrict of I'eaee River,
TAKK NOTICE that John Stevenson,
of Vancouver, E. C, boilermaker, intends
10 apply lor permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
ut a post planted on the north-east bank
of the: Finlay River about seventeen
miles up-stream from Fort Graham and
tour miles east, marked "J. S.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 cliains; thence west 80 chains: thencc
south SO chains to point of commencement; containing 610 acres, more or less.
.    Dated March 6, 1914.
JejH.V STEVENSON.
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  GKORGE   LA.ND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace  River.
TAKK   NOTICE   that   Thomas   Adam
Anderson,  of Vancouver.  B.  C, carpenter,  inunds to apply  for permission  to
purchase the following described lands;
Commencing  at   a  post  planted  on   tlie
north-east   bank   of   the   Finlay   River
about   seventeen   mlleB   up-stream   from
! Fort Graham and two miles east, murked
i "T.   A.   A.'s  N.W.   corner";   thence  east
' so cliains; thence south SU chains: thence
'west 80 chains:  thence nortii SO chains
, to  point  of  commencement;   containing
' 640  acres,  more or less.
Dated March 6, 1914.
THOMAS ADAM  ANDKRSON'.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
TORT GEORGE LAND DISTHICT.
District of Peuce River.
j TAKK NOTICE Hint Joseph White, of
Vanoouver, B. C, labourer, Intends to
applv for permission to purcliase Hie
i following described lunds: Commencing
nt a pust planted on the north-east bank
iof the Finlay River about seventeen
1 miles up-stream from Fort Oraham and
three miles east, marked "J. W.'s N.W.
corner"; thence east so chains; tbence
south so chains; thence west 80 chains:
thence north SO chnins tee point of com-
I mencement; contnining 610 acres, more
or loss.
Dated   March  4,   1914.
JOSEPH   "'HITK.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   (IKOROK   LAN'll   DISTHICT.
Distriet  e.f Pence  Hiver.
TAKK NOTICE that Henry Eggley, eef
Vance uver,   B.   C.   Ironworker,   Intenus
to npplv feer permission to purchase tlie
following described  lands:   coinmencing
nt a post planted on tin- north-east bank
of   the   Finlay   River   uleeeut   sev"entee»
iniles up-strenm from Fort Graham nnd
; four miles east,  mnrked  "H.  K.'s  N.W.
corner";   thence  enst   sn  chains:   the-nce
1 south SO clinins; thence west so cbuins;
thence norlh so chains tee peeint of coin.
mencement; cuntaining 610 acres, mon
or less.
Dnted March 6. 1911.
HENRY   EGGLEY.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   I.ANIl   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE that Archie Buchanan,
of Vancouver.  13. ('.. steam-shovel  feerr-
. man, Intends to npply for permission to
purcnaso lhe- following desoribed lnnds:
Commonclng nt  a  peest  plunteel  on  tue
north-east   hunk   of   tbe   Finlny   River
about   seventeen  miles  up-streum   from
Fort Graham anil live miles enst, marked   "A.   B.'S   N.W.   e'e.iiie-i ";   thence   eust
: sii chuins: thi'ieo' south SO chains; thene*e
we-st  so elinlns:  the'in'i'  north   Sll chain.
to  point  of  commencement;   containing
610 acres, nieere or le'ss.
lente-el Miiirh  fi    1914.
ARCHIE   BUCHANAN.
John  .MacDonell, Agent.
FORT   GEOROE   I.ANI'   DISTRICT.
Districl eef Peace Kiver.
TAKK NOTICE thut Jnhn Anderson,
eef Vniicuuver, ll. ('.. hod-carrier, Intenda
to npplv fur permission to purchase the
following described lunils: Commencing
at a post planted on the' north-east bank
of tlio Finlny River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Oraham nnil one
mile enst. marked "J. A.'s S.W. eorner";
thenre enst 80 clinins: thence norlh Sti
chains; thence west SO chnins; thenee
soutii 80 chnins to point of commencement, containing (iiu aores, more or less
Dnted Marcli 6, 1914.
JOHN   ANDKRSON.
John   MacDeellell,   Agent.
FORT   GEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District nf Peace River.
TAKE NOTICK that Vernon 11. Dennl-
son. of Vnncouver, B. C, broker, Intends
to apply for permissinn tee pun-linse lhe
following described lands: Coinmencing
nt n post plnnted <eii lhe- north-east hank
of Ibe Finlny River about fifteen miles
up-stream from Fort Ornhnm and two
miles -east, murked "V. D. D.'s N.W.
corner"; thence enst 80 chnins; thence
soutii 80 chains; thence west SO chuins;
thence nnrth 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 610 acrcs, more
or   less.
Dated Mnrch 5, 1911.
VERNON 11. DENNISON.
John  MucDonell,  Agont
I     I'VelRT   OEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
1 TAKE NOTICE that James Sutllcr-
I land, of Vancouver, R. ('., painter, Intends to apply for permission to pur-
i chase the following described lanels:
j Conimencing ut a post iilanted on the
north-east bank of tlie Finlay River
about thirteen miles up-stream from
i Fort Oraham and four miles east, marked "J. S.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80
cbains; thence north 80 ehains; thence
west 80 chains; tiience south 80 chains
; to point of cummencement; containing
'640 acres, more or less.
Daled   .March   5,   1914.
JAMKS   SUTHERLAND.
John  MaeDonell,  Agent.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   James   McDon-
Inld,  of   Vancouver,   B.   C,  labourer,   In-
! tends   to  apply   for  permission   to  purchase    the   following   described    lands.
Commencing  at  a  post   planted  on   the
north-enst   bank   of   the   Finlay   River
about  twentv-one miles un-stream from
Fort Graham and one mile and a quarter  east,   marked  "J.   McD.'s  N.W.   corner";    thence   east   80   chains;    thence
soutii SO chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence nortii 80 chains to point of commencement;  enntaining  640  acres,   more
or  less.
Dated   March   7,   1914..
JAMKS McDONALD.
FORT  GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace Rlvcr.
take NOTICE that Stephen Campbell, of Vaneouver. B. C, logger, intends
to npply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about twenty-one
miles up-stream from Fort Graham and
a quarter of a mile east, marked "8.
C.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains;
thence south 80 ehains: thence weBt 80
chains; tbence north SO chains to point
of commencement; containing 610 acres
more   or   less.
Dated   March   7,   1914.
STEPHEN CAMPBELL.
John   MacDonell,  Agent.
F'JHT   GEOROE   LA.ND   DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE   NOTICE   thnt   Joseph   White-
man, of Vancouver, B. C, logger, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following  described  lands:   Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about thirteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graliam and three
i miles east,  marked,  "J.  W.'s  S.W.  corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence north
: SO chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
; south 80 chains to point of commence*
iment; containing 640 acres, more or less,
lented  March  6,  1914.
JOSEPH WHITEMAN.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
FORT   OEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT.
DiBtrict of Peace River.
TiKE NOTICE thnt Henry W. 5!c-
Ore .or, of Vancouver, B. C. timber
cruiser, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
on the north-east bank of the Finlay
River about seventeen mlleB up-Btream
from Fort Graham and two mlles east,
marked "H. W. JIcG.'s S.W. corner ;
thence east 80 chains: thence north SO
chains: thence weBt 80 chains: thenee
south 80 chains to point of commencement: containing 640 .acres, more or less.
Dated  .March   6.  1914.
henry w. McGregor.
John  MacDonell,  Agent.
FORT  OEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT. .
District of Peace River.
T'lCF NOTICE that Thomas Doyle, of
Vancouver, B. C, teamster, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-east bank
of tho Finlay River about nineteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham and half
a mile east, marked "T. D.'s S.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains; thence north
80 chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March  6,  1914.
THOMAS   DOYLE..
John  MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  OEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace Rher.
TAKK NOTICE th"t Patrick J. Dono-
hoe, of Vancouver,  B. C,  architect,  in-
i tends   to  apply   for  permlsshin   to   pur-
i chase   the   following   described   lands:
Commencing  ut   a post   planteei   on   the
north-east   hank   of   the   Finlny   River
nbout seventeen  miles   up-stream   from
Fort Ornhara and one mile east, marked
"P. J. D.'s S Vi. corner"; thence east 80
e-bains:  them-e  north  80  chnins;   thence
west  SO chains;  thence south 80 ehalns
to   point   of  commene'ement;   containing
640 ncres. more or less
Duted  March   6.   1914.'
PATRICK J. DONOHOB.
John  MacDonell.  Agent.
FORT   OEORGE   LAND   DISTRICT.
Distriet of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE thut Arthur S. Percy,
of Vancouver, B. C, broker, Intends tee
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
ut a post planted on the north-east bank
of the Finlny River hbnut fifteen miles
up-stream from Fort Graham, marked
"A. S. P.'s N.W. corner"; tlienco east 8ft
cbains: tiience south 80 chnins; thence
west 80 chnins, more or less, to the
river; thence following the course of the
river fo polnl of commencement; containing 480 acres, more or less.
Dnted   March   fi,  1914.
ARTHUR   S.   PERCY.
John  MucDonell.  Agent.
FORT  GKORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peacc River.
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph Kess'»r.
of Vancouver, B. C, logger, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post pl .nted on the north-east bank
of the Finlay River about twent^one
mlles up-stream from Fort Graham and
two miles and a uarter eaat, marked "J.
K.'s N.W. corner"; thence east 80 chains:
thence south 80 chains; thence weit tO
chains: thence north 80 chaini to point
of commencement; containing (40 acre .
more or less.
Dated March  7,  19141
JOSEPH KES8IER,
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  OEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
T»KE NOTICE that William Morrill,
of Vanoouver, B. C, locomotive emrl.
neer, intends to apply for permission to
purchaso the following described lnnds:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north-enst bank of the Finlay River
about twenty-one miles up-stream from
Fort Oraham and three miles and a
quarter east, marked "W. M.'s N.W. corner": thence east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains; tbence west 80 chains; thence
north 60 chains to point of commencement: containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated March 7, 1914.
WILLIAM MORRILL.
John MacDonell, Agent.
FORT  OEORGE LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Peace River.
T'KE NOTICE that George Hamilton.
of Vancouver, B. C, bricklayer. Intends
to npply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted on the north-enst bank
of tho Finlny River about twenty-one
miles up-strenm from -"tort Graham and
four miles and a quarter cast, marked
"G. H.'s N.W. corner": thence east 80
rhalns: thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence nortb 80 chains
to point of commencement; containing
640 acres,  more or less.
Dated   March  7.  1914.
GEOROE HAMILTON.
John  MucDonell,  Agent.
FORT GEORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
Distriot of I'enee River
T' if.] Notice that Davie! Elder, of
Vancouver, B, C., teamster, intends to
following described lnnds: Commencing
nt a post planteei on the. north-east bank
apply feer permission to purchaSo Hie
of tlie Finlay River abnut thirteen miles
up-strenm from Fort Oraham, nnd
mnrked "11. K.'s S.W. corner": tbencc
east 80 chnins; thence nnrth 80 chnins;
the'iie'e west 80 e'hnins, more or less, to
the riier: thene'e following the course
of the river to point of commencement;
contnining 610 ne-res, more or less.
Dated   Murcli   5,   1914.
DAVID ELDER.
John  MacDonell.  Agent
FORT  OFORGE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District nf Pence Riier.
TAKF ve-vriOE that Hugh Smith
Main, of Vancouver, B. C. teamster, intends tn npply for permission tei purchase
the following described lands: Commencing nt post planted on the northeast bnnk of the Finlay River ubout
nineteen miles up-stream from Fort
Grnham and five miles nnd a half east,
mnrked "H. S. M.'s N.W. corner'; thence
east 80 chains: thence south 80 chains;
thence west SO rbains ;thence north 80
ehnins to point of commencement; containing 640 aces more or lesa
Dated  Mn.. n 6   114
HUGH SMITH MAIN.
lohn   Mail ..nell.   Agent.
FORT   GEORGE  LAND   DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TAKE NOTICE thnt Duncnv McOllll-
vary, of Vancouver. R. C, logger. Intends
to nppiy for permission to purchase- the
following described lands: Coinmencing
nt a post planted on tho north-enst hank
of tho Finlny River nbout eleven mllos
up-stream from' Fort Graham nnd live
miles east, marked "D. McG.'s N.'.V. cor-
l-'ORT OEOROE   LAND  DISTRICT.
Distrtct of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE Hint Tim.-..s T'leimp-
son, of Vancouver, R. C. clerk, Intends
lee apply for perniission io purchase tlie
foPowIng described lands: Comnieneing
nt a post planteei on the nortli-enst linnr
of the Finlny River about twenty-one-
miles un-streMim from Feert Graham anel
four miles and a quarter enst, innrkeel
"T, T.'s S.W. enrner"; thence enst 80
chains: thence north 80 chsins; tiience
west SO chains; thence south 80 ehalns
to point of commencement; containing
640 aeres, more or less.
Duted   March   7,   1914.
TH«M IS THOMPSON.
John  MacDonell.  Agent
FORT   OEORGF,   LAND   DISTRICT,
Districl of Peace River.
TAKK NOTICE tint Oe'orge Rlntch-
ford. of A'nncouver, H. £, engineer, lutein's to npplv for permission tei purchase tlie following desoribed lamls:
Commencing nl n post planted em Hn'
north-enat bunk of the Finlay Uivcr
nbout fifteen miles up-strenm from Fort
Graham  and   three   miles   enst,  marked
FORT OEOBOE  I.AND  DISTRICT,
liistrict of Peace River.
TAKE NOTICE Hint Pntrlck Jnmes
MeGovern, of Vnncouver, R. C, tenni-
sler, Intends to apply for permission to
purclmse the following described lands-
Commencing ut n post planteei on the
north-enst bank of the Fkilnv Rlvei
nboul nineteen miles up-strenm from
Fort Omhum nnd one mile nnd a hnlf
enst, marked "P J. McG.'s S.W. corner";
thence enst 80 chains: thence north 80
clinins: thence west 80 cliains; thence
soutii so chnins to point of commencement, conlnlniug 640 neres, more or Iosb.
Dated   Murch   6.   1911.
PATRICK JAMF.R McOOVERN.
John  MncDonell,  Agent.
FOHT GEOROE I.AND DISTRICT.
Distriet of Pence River.
j TAKE notice thnt August Del r I en,
Iof Vancouver, R. C., cook, Intends to
nnply (or permission tn purcliase the
1 following desoribed lands: Commencing
nl a pnst planteei on tiie north-enst bank
Iof tiie Finlny River alioul nineteen mlleH
up-stream from Fort Oraham, and niark-
FORT  Oi- .nrjp"  r.AND  DI8TRIr,T
I'lS'.-l.'l   of   pPq,.o      .,,.„,.
TM.-f  V Tl   ••  t|,o,  wiinat..   "-ei....
of vanoouver, f    .„ inheerf-  1. .-..a.
apply   for   pern'U'.nii   to   iee<r^-.--  **■
following   described binds:   Commere''
et n post plnnted on the north-east bn"'-
ef the Flndlny River nJvuit nineteen mltej
up-strenm  from  Fort Gralinm nnd  three
ireilen nnd n half east, markod "W. W's
N.\.    corner";      tbence   enat   80   elinlns-
theuce south  80 clinins:  thence west 80
chnins;  thenco nortii 80 chains to noint
of commencement; eontaining 610 acres
more or less.
Dated Marcli 6, 1914.
WILLIAM  WILSON,
John  MacDonell   Agent.
FORT   GEOROE  I.AND  DISTRICT.
District of Peace River
, T'''R  notice  thnt  William CT.ni.- •
herlsln,   of  Vancouver,   B.   ('.,   lnlinuiei-.
Intends to anply for permission  to por-
chase   the   following   described     l.-m-'n'
( omme jclng  st  a  post   plnnted   on   tho
north-enst   bnnk   of   the   Finlav   River
abnut   nineteen   miles   un-stream   from
Fnrt Graham and four miles and a hnlf
evist.   mnrked   "W.   C.'s   N.W.   corner'"
thence enst  SO chains:  tbence south  80
chains:   thenre   weat   80   chaina;   thence
north  80 chnins  to noint of commence-
ment: containing 610 ncres, more or less.
Dnted  March  «,  1914.
WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN.   .
John MncDonell, Agent.
FORT OEOROE  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Pence River.
TiKE NOTICE that Jnmes Oreen, nf
Vancouver, II. C„ teamster, Intends tn
nnnlv for permission to purchnse the
following deacrlbed lands: Commencinr
at a post plantcd on the north-enst hank
of tho Finlay River about nineteen
miles up-stream from Fort Ornhnm and
one mile nnd n half enst, mnrked "t. G's
N.W. corner"; thencc east 80 ehalns;
thence south 80 chnins; thence west 80
chnins; thenco nortii 80 chains, to point
of commencement; containing 610 nrr<-e
more or less.
Dated Mnrch 6, 1911.
JAMES  OREEN.
John MacDonell, Agent. tjtUHbt -tincci. rnidtc otunot
The Mecca Cafe
Pred y'-ri.'in   Church
. A. (". Justice,     pastor,
i}   __r ices 11  a. m.   rd I
Hughes puts Halliday away io
Second Round
Ordway & Wakeley
\ewland, u c.
"We    ffooM      _
pecial music    it ll
Prince George
Construction Co.
I    n Cc
FORTUNE BUILDING CO.
GEKEBAl C  CTBACTOBS
Church of England
Evensong 7.3(
The Gaorge Building Co.
Prince George
ROOMS TO RENT
a: the
Victoria Hotel
OPPOSITE CLUB CAPE
.'.-.-: Street     •     Sooth Port Georgt
BES-
1AL,
FOP. CLEAN SPORT GO T(
THE BON TON
Your House or
store  Bowling Alleys
Oj: itaodard Bnmswidc-Balke A::e;.i
afford the DeHghtfo) sport of Bo* ling
LADIES' DAY.
Tuesday! rod Fridays, between 2 sod
)-.",_      .. tree A.leys are retried, fo: hsi:-:-.
'."Z.  SOFT DRINKS & CONFECTIONERY
JERGENSON & ROY
.   H. P.   HEAVY  DUTY)
S«e A. L. GRIFFIN, Foley's Cache.
Wi
will i
a .'■ ,'t .:
ay you to
st of good buys in close in property.    It
us before buyiug.
BAIN & WILSON Ltd.
GEORGE STREET, PRINCE GEORGE
'PHONE   11
Notice to Contractors
"PENDERS are called for the erection of an Office
Building for the Royal Bank of Canada, South
Furl George, in accordance with plans and specifications
to be Been at the office of the Bank, South Fort George.
The lowest or any tender may not necessarily be
accepted.   Tenders close 19th June
!'■ I. M WEE, Manager
I'e'ii Qwna,
II. C. SEAMAN, Mareue/i'i.
South Fort George
Z:.'.
■-:■:   •
1       ,'r   T:\'           &
- -,,' n    th' -
i    his
king   i]
Gre        risks
in this    di-
Mr.  Bet
:ining expert
:' r tie  I ■
p
nd P.   G. E.
- ■ -.
pn route   to
o investigate
>rt ur. m   the
miner ..
es   of   that
-:--     .. v
..-. res] ect to
-. ..    Fri
nk Fre-.-i
tan, the well
.-..-.   •'. n ri.
-!''.'. '.'      :
ri j.acker ac-
.  :     at   _
him.
'■'.:-.   V,.
E. Has
rins ar.d son
■.fi: ed :r
im     Va
icouver     by
steamer 1
. X.  on
Monday fast
to join :.
r husba
id here.   Mr.
Hasina, r
- ••:.' ly "
ok over the
law pracl
ce of Wi
.   P. W. Wil-
son.
A   BCOW
lOtlQ     j-if
lumber     in
■ .'. :f _f--       '
• ffm   MacLaren left
ion,     tl   __ r
-- l -.'•'   ;:.
irnlng      tor
\f   -I-''
pers were the
Northern
Lumber
& Mercantile
( or .pany
:  •      r.
>•] 000 0
i      in ,
-   it     the
Demonstr
ition    hi
:re   on   .Julv
1st.   Don
• miss !
the Dominion    Day celebration
here.
One mile Canoe race on
Fraser, winner |30, second .2').
at the celebration here Juh 1st.
Grand Ball in evening with
special music at celebration
here July 1st.
Jolui Fountain one of the
few old timers in this country-
is in town on a business visit
from Vancouver. Jack represents some of the largest timber interests in tbis country having been one of the early timber and land -takers of 06 and
'07.
On Monday last a scow owned by'Austin Bros., bound   iur
Quesnel arid loaded wit hi 400
bags of oats was wrecked   just
below the Port George Canyon, i
George Williams,   one of     the .
best scow men on the        river j
; was in charge.   An eddy caught '
1 the scow    and drove her   back j
on to a rock cutting her in tbe
centre.   There were eight    rn<-n
aboard   and the steamer B. X. ,
picked   thern up after being   on i
the rock for four hours.
In another column you     will
see    an    advertisement calling!
for tenders for the  erection   of
a new Royal Bank building for j
South.   Specifications and    all:
i particulars     will    be furnished j
on application to the   manager Mr. JI. (.'. Seaman.
BASEBALL   TOMORROW
I'rince and Cache al Prince.
South and Central nt South.
The General Assembly of
the Presbyterian Church Ln ses-1
sion at Woodstock, Ont., have
sanctioned the formation of a
Presbytery to Ik: known as
(.'ariboo, embracing this district as far south as 150 Mile
House, east to McBride and
west to Fort Fraser. They
have    appointed   Rev.     A.     C,
ustice first moderator.
The I'rince George Chamber
of Commerce will hold a general meeting at Ritts-Kifer hall
on Wednesday evening next at
. p. m, Important business
will be discussed.
Mr. I). McDougall of Fort
Fraser is in town  this week.
Mr. II. Ilaupt of Winnipeg is
in town this week and is stopping nt the North.'rn.
Mr. T. ('. McKay of Coqttit-
lam was in town t! is week,
Mr. and Mrs. Keegan of Vancouver, are in lown this week.
:, a packed house   drawn
the prospect of a good even-;
jj's sport, eagerly awaiting the
its which had been the subject
:   n ich   speculation.      Chet.
■Mclntyre'a right   card,   at  the
Ritts Keifer Hall, gave promise^
: : eing the best staged in these*
;..- : rst bout, a return match
etween Len Halliday and Bert
;;' ighes, started off in regulation
•_: ner with each fighter "feeling
it" bis opponent.
;.'■-   spectators   had   hardly
settled back for the commence-
nent of the second round, when
. a mix up, Hughes shot over a
:ross to the jaw which stretched
Halliday writhing about on the
canvas, where he took the count
The bout was then declared
led by Kid Burke who officiate-
. as referee, and who awarded
the fight to Hughes.
Thia unlooked-for ending came
as a surprise to many of the fight
fai s who had viewed Hallidiy's
:.•.• ver v. ork in the previous meeting of the pair, although it was
expected that Hughes would en-
leavour to wipe out the defeat
.'. hicfa he sustained at the hands
ti Halliday at that time.
The appearance in the ring of
MacDonald, the "dark horse"
from Central, together with the
well - known figure of Chet.
Mclntyre, provoked new interest
in the proceedings which however
•rid not lure us to advance notice.
Mclntyre was easily the superior of the Central man, whose
work in the ring bore the ear
marks of a novice at the fight
game, his guard being noticeable
by its absence, as Chet. seemed
to land at will.
Due credit must be given
MacDonald for the . ameness dismayed in the face of overwhelming odds, and while he responded
to the call of the gong in the last
round with an attempt to even up
the lacing which he had received,
the awarding of the bout by
referee Murray (who   replaced
—~u.«n muuMiiai ExniDition
WINNIPEG     „    JULY w.^m
" Ik Mwtag Grouad ud Market Plate between East
ud Wk) '
vV_
WHAT THIS YEAR'S VBITOB »TU SB -
Wodd-famoM Av, .tor, Loof ing the Loop and Fl^n* „,_■■_     '
•75.000 for Preml.ms. !»,„„, .Bd Attr,rt.0B,
YOU'LL BE INTERESTED EVER-,  y.,._,
A- W. HU. So,*, m ^
GET READY   AND COME.
f«l» I C CO. (:,___
Burke as official) to Chet
Mclntyre was the only possible
decision.
This leaves "Chet." the champion heavy-weight of Canada and
it will take a very clever boxer to
wrestle the title from him.
817.50 for the return trip
from Quesnel to the celebration
here on July 1st.
TENDERS   WANTED
T. G. JONES
Solicitor and Notary Public.
Fort George Trust Building,
FORT GEORGE. B.C.
Alex. McEachern
Builder and
Contractor
Estimates given for all classes of work   the people or propertj
mg lhe
Address: General Delivery,
SOUTII   FORT GEORGE
DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
MOTICE   is   hereby   given   that   the
i        partnership heretofore existing be-
; tween D.  A.   Brewster  and R.   B.
PELHAM,    under   thc   firm   name   of
I "Brewster & Pelham" and carrying on
I business as Building- Contractors,   was
dissolved March  1st, IStl4, by  mutual
consent.     All accounts due to the above
mentioned firm  are  payable to  R. B.
Pelham.
(Signed) D. A. BREWSTER
R. B. PELHAM
TENDERS are invited for de
Scavenger Work of tr.e three t_iZ
South Fort George, P riB£&
Port George     For the removal of*ji
Garbage and Refuse, ar.d N'i,htZ,
: said night soil to be removedbit we
the hours of Ten o'clock p.rn  m2!
a.m. and not less than once ever? _Z
.and  as often  as   .Sar.,ur:.   Inspector
shall ordtr, said garbage and niZZ
lo be hauled to the Government Dobd.
tog Ground,   located  on  Government
Bloc* 2.1. Section 77;. McGregor liddi-
lion on the Prince George Townsite
and said dump to be kept burnt up at
all times and kept in a sanitarv condition by scavenger.   Fees for doing said
work to be collected bv scavenger from
the people or property.   Said scaveng-
er to state in  ter.der price per pail for
night soil, price  |er paii for garbage
; price  per  load  for refuse.    All cans'
: and pails shall  he thoroughly cleaned
out and d .infected taid iismfectant to
be furnished by scavenger.
All tenders to be addressed to
GOVERNMENT AGENT.
I At Government Bnilding, South Fort
George, not later than June the 15th
1814. i3_.lt
HARRY M. BURNETT
Architect and Civil Engiheer
Temporary Office:
Corner Vancouver and Eighth Streeti,
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.
The Biggest and Best Ever
Dominion Day
Celebration
South Fort George, B.C. July 1st, 1914
WILSON   AIMil
much
Mr.  Fred  Wilson   tin
wanted     Club Cafe proprietor
who so taysteribusly <iis.
paared last month was arrested
;n Vancouver this week and we
understand he is to be brought
back  to stand trial here.
$1000 in Cash Prizes.
Horse Races, Hose Reel Races, Foot Races
Jumping. Canoe Races, Athletic Sports
Championship Baseball
Purse  -  $2S0
_^
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,
Miieiuirinir Dlrecto
J. R. CAMPBELL,
A*' ist. Mun. Director
F. O'FLAHEBTY
Stc. - Tri'M-

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