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yOU POSTED ON. THE
DEVELOPMENT OP THE
MINES���$5.00 TIIE YEAR.
Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
SEND THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL. 9, NO.. 12
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST   19.   1921
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
PING NOTES!
Ildaho Group on Marmot
Looking Good���Georgia
River Gold Showings Receiving Much   Attention
Dan Hume, who was in town
j for a few days,  returned to his
property on   the   Georgia  river
during the week for the purpose
of completing this year'b assessment work.    His claim lies just
north of the Georgia River Mining company's property and is
about eight miles from tidewater,
an<j at an elevation of about 3400
George Mehlfeld   came down feet.    He has ten leads on  this
If rom the Idaho group on  the property, all running well in gold
Marmot, during last week end, | ���d-silver.   Work so far has been
Fresh milk at Tooth'B
Window Glasa at S. R. T. Co.
Ian
d reports that very satisfactory
confined    to    open    cuts   and
stripping.
progress is being made on this
���property.   They now have their     H.   Horstman,   who has been
{tunnel in 65 feet, giving 50 feet doing assessment work on Hairy
���of depth.   This tunnel was driven (Gibson's Mobile group,   up   the
Jinonasmall  stringer  with thej Bear, came down from  the pro-
lohject of crosscutting the ma��n perty during the week end and
llead on the Prickly  Heat claim. | brought   with   him   some    nice
hiring the  latter   part of last j samples.    On having  these  as-
jttv-ek they broke into new ore, isayed  values were obtained  of
which they believe is the lead for j $.160 in gold and 209 ounces of
I which they have been driving
S. R.
stoves.
T. Co.  has   some
Want one?
Harry Zeffert received a large Paddy McDonald has closed his
shipment of new and attractive road house, American creek, for
stock on the last boat. ; the season.
dandy cook,    Denny Dwyer. who   has been
i working  on   the   Marmot,   left
H. J. Scott, the Hyder barber, Sunday for Prince Rupert.
who recently completed  his  new     Let Salmon River Trading Company
home, moved into it on Tuesday,  save money for yon. See advertisement.
E. Reid and wife, after spend-     Severa|.   Prominent     citizens
ing a short time in Stewart, left "�������� reeling^ this^week.   Now,
on the George, Sunday, forPrinee
Rupert.
Don't go home hungry. Get a lunch' Mr. and Mrs. Jancowski have
at Tooth's Smoke Shop. returned to their horn* on Eighth
R. L. Cline,   forest   examiner street, after a somewhat extender Alaska, with Mrs. Cline and ed trip up Bear river,
child    arrived   in   Hyder  from     Fred Young, wife and daugh-
Ketchikan on the   Carmen   last ���..__ and Mrs John  Conway |eft
Sunday. . Tuesday   morning for the Sun-
Miss Kate Ryan has been ap- shine group, Glacier creek,
pointed one of the government     A-  B    Wing>   superintendent
't   get
fishing.
excited���thej   were
In the fa:e of  the   tunnel   they
I have  two   characters   of   ore,
samples  of   which   he brought
down to have assayed, the result
p' which  one sample went 902
lounces in silver; the other 620
silver.    This property is one of members of  the   local   hospital, r01.   ine   Granby    company   at
the old locations of the district \^"!*\ th,e other member being gwamp   Point,   came   in on the
and is situated about seven miles
up the Bear river from Stewart,
on the west side of the valley.
A. N. McDonald and Jack
ounces, with good gold values in I Munro recently returned from a
each. These afe the first assays ! prospecting trip in the country
obtained from depth and show! around the Salmon river glacier.
materially     increased     values.  On this trip they staked a group ball room floor into   one
P. S. Jack.
W.   Graham,   son   of  T.   H
Graham, superintendent  of   the
construction    of     the    Premier
tramline, and It. Carrol, arrived
from Spokane last Sunday.
After considerable work, W.
Dann, proprietor of the Stewart
hotel,   has   converted  the hotel
of   the
company's boat, Chuqualla,  last
Saturday.
A new consignment of Songs, Music
and Records at Stewart News Co.
The Carmen arrived in Hyder
from Ketchikan on Sunday last
with eleven passengers, as well
as a considerable cargo for the
merchants of Hyder.
best dance floors in the north.
The Prince George docked last
Sunday with a small passenger
list and a large consignment of
freight, including 50 tons 6f
machinery    for     the     Premier
Tiere were five other assays'0f seven claims near the Outland
tiken on the surface of this lead j Silver Bar property, on which
eirlier in the season. These they located several good show-
averaged 692 ounces of silver, ;ings. Samples gave $3.50 inl
Ubiit $2 in gold, with a high ;g0|d and 106 ounces of silver. It
Wentage of lead and Borne ig their intention to do consider- t^miine.
Iwpper.   The lowest silver values | able  work   on the   ciaims  next      _    r     _L ,   _
(Clamed   was   one assay  which I season v$\ �� &**$  and   Theresa
,������,.���_ ,    ., ��� .,, i M     ������  . Edblad,   both   of   Hyder.   were
went 43, ounces   of   silver with j    __.���... married in that town on Sunday
ol per cent lead.    Andthehigh-|    The Premier tramline is con- evening ,a8t by Commissioner J.
est of these surface assays gave tinuing to make very satisfactory h- Rejd at the home of Mr. and
W. R. Tonkin, president of the
Fish Creek Mining company,
left for Seattle on the George,
Sunday, on a business trip. He
expects to be back within a few
weeks.
Mrs. H. Stratford came down
in her car from the Premier mine |
on Wednesday, returning the
same evening. Mrs. Stratford
expressed the intention of spending the winter at the mine and
sending the children outside to
school.
Citizens' Association dance at
Stewart hotel, to-night (Friday).
Admission, gentlemen, $1; ladies
free; refreshments extra. The
dance is for the purpose of helping finance the ore exhibit to be
sent to Chicago; therefore the
fullest support possible of the
community is requested.
Are you going to paint your house or
tint your walls?   See S. R. T. Co.
Under the sole management of
P. C. Beadreau, an electrician
formerly with the Ketchikan
Light & Power company, the
picture show again re-opened
in the Pioneer hall at Hyder on
Wednesday night of last week,
with Wallace Reid, supported by
Lila Lee, in "Hawthorne of the
|U. S. A. The hall was filled,
and everything points to success
for the efforts of Mr. Beadreau.
On account of the Pioneer dance
last Saturday night, the show
was postponed until Sunday
night, featuring Bryant Washburn in "Too Milch Johnson."
Last Wednesday night the
"Midnight Romance" was
shown. After this the shows
will be given on Wednesday and
Saturday nights regularly. Mr.
Beadreau is a returned man from
the United States army.
LOCAL MEETINGS
Election of Hospital Board
Gibson Heads Poll���Summary Executive Meeting.
Mining Meeting at Hyder
The adjourned meeting of the
Hospital Board was held in the
fire hall last Monday evening,
with P. S. Jack in the chair and
Willian Noble secretary. The
meeting was called to order and
ballots at once distributed. The
chairman explained that while
these ballots contained nine
names, only five were to be voted
for. After every one had voted
the ballots were collected, and
the following were found to be
elected for the ensuing year:
H. C. Gibson (heading the poll),
W. C. Cameron, Fred Jancowski,
C. H. Lake, and A. E. Young.
The two government members of
the board are Miss Kate Ryan
and P. S. Jack.
ver, with 32 per j progress.    During the past week
a double hauling cable has been
the line from
e station at
has  been   completed.
850 ounces of sil
'cent lead.
The Idaho group consists of Itaken a mile along th
I eight claims, staked last fall by | tidewater. The angl
I Clay Porter and P.   E.  Reis,  on i nine-mile
Mrs. Lundval.
Building   Paper
S. R. T. Co.
and   Roofing.
Surprise Party
Miss Muriel Forsythe and Miss
Helen Crawford tiptoed into the
News palace last Friday afternoon and remarked to the man
T. T. Thompson, who recently
sold his dairy in Hyder, left on
Sunday last for Seattle, where it
is his intention to purchase more
milk cows and take them into! who assemblies the type to put in
Sitka, and enter the dairy the society column next week
business. that   they   had   called   and   in-
tit     n     i       ���c  4Ur. �����������,.,���..'  spected   the delicate little metal
Mrs Carolyn  of  the Stewart   ��d   .     .   t     machinery    that
See dairy, has purchased the dairy | turng Qut   ^  famj.y   journa,
I the north fork of the Marmot, jT--e   hauling
about six miles from tide  water, j started   in  a
This property lies on the opposite | alon�� the   line
side of the mountain  from  the
j Silverado property.    During the
winter Mr. Mehlfeld bought  out
cable    has    been
This week the Bank of Montreal completed assessment work
for the season. Windows were
washed, floors oiled, and the
number of places | vari0us offices placed on a clean
and sound basis.
C. A. and Mrs.  Banks,  after
"'   T- T-   ^��m���PSon���?i?/dt1r;! If there's anything that pleases
S. C. A.    EXECUTIVE
A meeting of the executive'of
the Stewart Citizens' Association
was held in the fire hall on Tuesday   evening   and   considerable
business was transacted.     Space
not permitting mention of all the
matters dealt with only a few can
I be mentioned.   The first tiling of
the evening taken   up   was   the
audit of the books for the past
year,  submitted   by   W.^Broad.
This was gone into and then laid
on the table to be brought up at
the next general  meeting.    The
matter of the ore exhibit to be
sent   to   Chicago    with    E.   O.
Erickson,     came    tip   for   discussion,   which   terminated    in
J. VV. Stewart being appointed to
take charge of the assembling of
this exhibit.    W. Broad, G. Cameron and H. C. Bennett we're appointed   a   committee    to   take
Hugh McGuire left on Tuesday spending a week in  the district,
last to do assessment work on his left on the George last Sunday
;     nterest of Mr. Reis.     There B. C. Verde group. Copper moun- for V*n~S^ftnM':J��gBRw?
here in connection with the d. L>.
are three large showings on the
i'roperty. besides innumerable
small leads of high grade. So
far no work has been done
any of the other showings, it
j ,jeing the intention of the owners
[ to develop the lead on which they
ape at present working, with a
v'ew to, if possible, shipping ore
therefrom this winter. There is
��nly one thing that at present
appears a difficulty to shipping
from this property, and that is
the hick of a bridge over the
Marmot river.
Jack Fitzgerald and J. E. Kel-
erman, who have been working
,,n the Titan group,   situated   at
, the  head  of   Fish   creek, came
Jjwnfron. the property  during
JKe week   end   and   report that
|jh_yhave traced  the   big   lead
i that is on this property, 1500 feet
down the hill from the present
w<-rkings,   to  a  point near the
creek.   This  lead  consists of a
I "u''��lr*Posed quartz, carrying steel
| -Wena, silver sulphides and chal-
| lfi,1,)yi''le- at-d appears to be about
00 r��-t wide, with   six   feet   of
K��d i���okin_, or#    u js lhei_ jn
wnth-ntodo considerable  work
['" this lead at a point at or near
"-e creek.
tain, six miles down the canal on :
the   Canadian   side.    This  pro-,
nertv   is   owned bv himself and I
a 5.   .;u,,r���\ I last Saturday evening was a very
and is situated |    .   M% affah.. -��� fact 8u much
Silver Mines, Limited
The Pioneers' dance in Hyder
on | Louis Watkins,
on tidewater,
showing  on
They have a big
it
Blackie Irwin during the week
brought into The News office
some nice looking quartz from
the Georgia river, showing considerable free gold. Hlackie
recently staked ground on the
Georgia.
A. N. McDonald and Harry
Thomey left on Monday last to
do some work on the Grey Copper group up the Bear river.
The lack of a bridge over the
Marmot river is proving a great
handicap to operators in that
section of the district.
Dalby Morkill went up to the
Grey Copper group on Monday
last for the purpose of surveying it. 	
Jimmie Nesbit is doing considerable work on the Prince John
property.
A great deal of prospecting [l
being done this MUOn.
so that it did not break up until
the arrival of the steamer Prince
George, 6 a.m. Sunday.
Harry Tanner, superintendent
of the Fish Creek Mining company's property on Fish creek,
came down from the mine for
the week end. He was accompanied by Mrs. Tanner.
Henry Scovil, local government
road foreman, has returned from
American creek, where with a
small crew of men he has been
filling the crib piers of the American creek bridge with rock.
On Monday last R. VV. Macfar-
lane, returning to his house on
Fourth street, found that during
his absence some one had broken
in and stolen considerable furniture, as well as doing a lot of
damage. He had Deen absent
from the house for some nays
owing to illness.
Polios
an
This enables her to cater .to the; ,      . #        ,   k��:���i_for,B-11n fu~i*���������-��   ���.--.--. -       ������<   .....
trade   of    both   towns.     Louis j L^f/'S AWl!!? ^���ej charge of the dance to be held
Forsythe will be in charge of the | ?}������� ��f the P��*?*   ���"<*   'abo'- | this evening in the Stewart hotel
IS branch !l 1s^}'Ta- vls,t. *rora cJarm: I It was further decided to divid,
ing little ladies with sweet and L.^.
radiant smiles.    Such visits make
[yder branch
W. Tooth, with a small crew of
men, is making firstclass progress
with the hotel which he is building in Hyder. B. C.    He has al!
the world look brighter, and age j membprs>   viz:     First   finance;
-why nothing to it    P.S. They | second     entertainment;
lfted the office boy s  headgear,; r,,1ui:.*4.���
._j .....���i.i���.j .    "u,-u���... a;a   ,^��� , I'-i'-'iliij.
executive   into   three  committees, each to consist  of two
viz:
third,
the foundations in and will soon j and warbled :    "Where did you
be in a position to make a start get that alfalfa ?"
Lawn Tennis
The tennis tournament on the
Stewart court this week was
an
on the building
A biff can of Roast Beef for 70  cents
at S. R. T. Co.
It is reported that Godfrey-
Anderson, who left Stewart on a ,
trapping and prospecting trip j interesting and enjoyable affair,
into the Naas, a few weeks ago, iand drew forth a large number
has lost his dog "Silver." It: 0f spectators. There were many
appears that the dog fell over a expert payers present, and the
cliff and was killed. | ^&y ^ey  hand,ed ^   ^^
The Rev. Edwin Moss has felt land raised the little sphere called
constrained to withdraw from forth applause from the specta-
further participation in the tennis tors, and the "foghorns," on the
tournament now in progress. An;autos parked, also re-echoed
assurance was made that no i through the air. Lawn tennis is
tournament sets would be played ! a great game. The uninitiated
on Sunday evening so as to inter- \ believe people who play it have
fere with the church ssrvice. bats in their top story. But
This was violated, and is conse- don't run away with that idea,
quently considered a public; It is a scientific game, and every
affront   against    God   and   His| move   a   player   makes    is   a
A well attended meeting was
held at the Pioneer hall, Hyder,
last Sunday, when it was decided
to change the name of the lately
formed mining congress from
the Portland Canal Mining Congress to that of the Hyder,
Alaska, Mining Congress.
church, and therefore demands a
public protest.
thank all friends i
health restorer. The game is
also acivilizer. On the big Indian reservations   in   Montana,
Premier Officials Arrive
Among the passengers on the
George last Sunday, were H. A.
Guess, vice-president of the
American Smelting and Refining
company, and also a director of
the Premier Gold Mining company, accompanied by Mrs. Guess
and their son; also Isaac and Mrs.
Untermeyer and son, of New
York. Mr. Untermeyer, who is
one of the best known lawyers in
the United States, is one of the
owners of the Premier mire, as
well as being a director of that
company. Dr. Rickarts of New
York, was also one of the party,
being interested in the Premier
All of the
Chief of Provincial
Minty, who paid Stew an
official visit last week, ha ���
ceived word from Aben
Scotland, that his father
mother recently cell brated
seventy-second anniversary
their wedding.    His
and   his   mother  94.
well and enjoyiun life.
ith
H. Zeffert wishes tc ..
for kind patronage at his old premise*;, V\ yoming and   Minnesota, _ since
soliciting a continuance of their further the   introduction   of tennis, the
business at new  premises,  next '�����*-'i re(i man has become as docile as,
to the Hank of Montreal. !a child.    At the penitentiaries of | mine*    All ot the  party,   except
During the past week painters Washington and Oregon the in- Mr- Guess, took motors and went
and decorators have been busy mata9 arc. flowed four hours a through to the mi ne and back.Tn
week at tennis,   and   the   moral time to catch >      .,    ,
standard of the men has raised r ''   ''
To per cent.    The patients at the
Colony Mental Farm,   near  Port
. Coquitlam.   are   becoming   sane
;  pleted will be best looking  hotel sjnce the government  permitted
''this far north.    Harry   Zeffert tennis to be played.    From  the
f! has painted the exterior and in- highest notch   in society to the
terior of his clothing^ emporium, humblest  the  game
and   William   Dann   has  painted  ,nu    begt      80cia|ly
in Stewart. W. H. Tolin and
Roy Moseley, with a crew of men,
have been giving the exterior of
the King Edward hotel a "good
""[suit of paint."  and   when   com-
:it;
,i,e;th- front of the bote. Stewart.    \morfk\\y  and  physically.
The judges chosen some time
ago in connection with the children's garden competition will
award tbe prizes some time
within the next Week. All corn-
is one of j petitors are requested to hand in
mentally, .their names to The News office
jnot later than Friday noon. ***********
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PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST   19,   1921
The Portland  Canal  News
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN   "WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
Advertising  Rates:
Display Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue.   Reading
Notices, 20 cents per line. ,
Special Position Display or  Reading,   25 per cent above
ordinary rates.
Certificate of Improvement, $15 (if more than one claim,
$2.50 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.    Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising Aecepted for First Page
WILLIAM    NOBLE
IT would have been difficult for the
Liquor Control Board to have chosen a
more suitable man for liquor vendor in
Stewart than William Noble.
Mr. Noble is one of the oldest timers
in the district, having first come north in
1898 to the Mill Bay cannery on the Naas,
where he remained for some years. It
was while here that he became interested
in mining, and was the first man to stake
a claim at Alice Arm; later becoming interested mining property on the Portland
canal. He came to Stewart in 1902,
where he has remained ever since; latterly
being Sir Donald Mann's resident representative.
Besides being familiar with the entire
district, Mr. Noble is a man of integrity
and high moral standards���two things
which are absolutely essential for the
position to which he has been appointed.
Stewart is indeed fortunate in having
such a man in this responsible position.
So also is the Liquor Control Board. For
it is men possessing such qualities as does
Mr. Noble that will make the government
6
control of the liquor traffic a success in
British Columbia.
will be few, if any, recommendations to
be made by the delegates to their respective parliaments.
Two notes were struck during the proceedings, however, which swelled into a
resounding chorus. One was the need of
world agreement regarding disarmament,
and the other was the necessity of the
maintenance of the utmost cordiality in the
relations between the British Empire and
the United States. It was quickly recognized that these two matters were inseparably interlocked and that they contained
the key to the future of civilization. President Harding's invitation for a conference
on disarmament, therefore, was happily
opportune, and holds the promise of great
things for the world's good. In helping to
set the stage for this act Premier Meighen expressed the eager desire of the Canadian people,
just as Mr. Lloyd George reflected the wishes ot
the heavily burdened people of Great Britain by
his immediate acceptance of President Harding's
invitation.
CENSUS AND REDISTRIBUTION
PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART, B. C.
IMPERIAL   CONFERENCE
PREMIER  MEIGHEN,  who has returned to Canada, has promised a statement to the Canadian people which will
describe the work of the recent Imperial
conference  and the attitude adopted by
himself as Canada's representative at that
gathering, says the Victoria Times.   Although the proceedings of the conference
were not wholly open to the press, sufficient information has been available to indicate in a general way what was done,
and that Mr.  Meighen   adhered  to  the
course outlined by the discussion on this
subject which took place in the House of
Commons on April 27.   In that discussion
the Premier gave his conception of the
nature of the conference, which he describes as a consultative gathering without any executive or operative status, and
the  duties  and  responsibilities   of  this
Dominion's   representative   there.     The
Conference, which had been heralded in
some enthusiastic quarters as the "most
momentous" gathering of its kind in Imperial history, actually turned out to be in
its direct accomplishments no more exceptional  than   the general run of similar
meetings.   The questions of the constitutional relations between the Dominions,
naval policy, and the Japanese Treaty of
Alliance were left in the air, and there
ON the basis of the census figures already
published, it is safe to assume that Canada's
population will reach a figure probably somewhere
between 9,000,000 and 10.000,000. though it is
doubtful if the Tatter total will be attained, says-
the Victoria Colonist. Ln 1901 the population of
the Dominion was 5,371,315, and in 1911 it was
7,206:643, or an increase of 1,835.328. The increase in proportion during the last ten years may
not prove so great as in the 1901-1911 decade, because of the war years which intervened, and the
fact that immigration was almost brought to a
standstill. However, through natural increase in
population and the heavy influx of people during
the years immediately preceding the war, there is
every reason to estimate that the growth in population has been nearly 3,000,000, which would
bring the total for the country, as taken in the
census of the present year, to well over 9,000,000.
A very interesting feature which the census
will disclose will be the numerical relation of the
rural and urban populations. The latter has been
steadily overhauling the former, and in the latest
compilation of figures bids fair to be in excess. In
1901 the rural population was 3,349,516 and the
urban population 2,021,799. In 1911 the figures
were, rural, 3,925,679; urban, 3.280,964. The
growth of cities in the last decade, and the tendency in the different provinces to over-municipali-
zation, seem certain to have brought about a condition where the urban dwellers in the country
outnumber those-who come under the heading of
the rural population. In fact, the development
will be found so significant as to demand a redistribution policy as affecting representation in the
Federal parliament. This indicates it is wholly
unlikely there will be a Dominion election until
such redistribution takes place, nor should there
be, for it is an undoubted fact, judging from the
variation in polling figures in a number of constituencies, that a reform is needed.
DR. W. D'ARCY CHACE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska  Hotel Temporaly
HYDER        :        :        :       ALASKA
DR. ALFRED H.   BAYNE
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE RUPERT.
HELGERSON     BLOCK
CLOTHIER & BAKER
assayers
Stewart.
B. C.
R.   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
Hyder Alaska
JOHN  HOVLAND
ASSAYER
HYDER
ALASKA
ST.   MARK'S CHURCH
Holy  Communion:    First and  Third
Sundays in the mgnth at 11:30 a.m.
Evening Prayer:   Every  Sunday   at
7:30 p.m.
Baptisms: By appointment.
REV. EDWIN MOSS. L. Th.
4    Synopsis of   #
Und m\\i\ Acnni'msnfs
The interests of the people and the eternal
principles of right and justice are of more importance than the life of any political party.���Hon.
John Oliver, Premier of British Columbia.
Over one thousand college graduates have
volunteered to go out to save the world. Better
go to the Northwest and save the wheat crop.
STEWART    NEWS   CO.
H. P. GIBSON Proprietor
Ice Cream        Ganongs and Lowney's Chocolates
Stationery       China        Library
All    the    latest     Music    and    Records
Sole Agent for the Imperial  Tobacco  Coaipany
and Canadian Steam Laundry
STEWART UND COMPANY, LIMITED
Founders and Original Ownerg
of STEWART  TOWNSITE
Head Office
101 Pemberton Block,     -   VICTORIA, B. C
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Agents
ROBERT   M.   STEWART.       - .      Pr��.gide.t
Lots for sale in all parts of town STEWART LAND CO I'M
Listings of properties for sale wanted    Fifth St, Stewart be
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  BUTCHER?
WE   DO   NOT   SELL   CHEAP   MEAT
BUT   GOOD   MEAT   CHEAP .  . .
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
MRS. W. J. JANCOWSKI
Teacher of
Pianoforte
STEWART.    B.   C.
Minimum prlca of flnrt -elans _u*4
reduced lo (5 mi acre; becond-uUuu to
tl lill H.n acre.
Pre-emption now confined te *mr-
veyed lards only.
Record** will be granted covering only
land suitable fur agricultural puriHwtea
and which Is -ion-timber land.
ParUiernhti' pre-cinptlone abolish**,
but turtle., uf I..'! more than four may
arrange for adjaoent pro-eraptior.s
with Joint residence, but eoeh making
n�� cess-try Improvements on respective
clalra.. ta
i're-cmplore must occupy olalras for
five yciM-H and matte imi>rovemvr.ts to
value of $40 per acre, iiiclu'ljni,* clearing and culttvuUun of at leant . acre*,
before receiving Crown Orant.
Where pro-omptur ln occupation not
l".'.s Hi i,' .'I years, and has made proportionate improvements, lie may, m��-
cause of ill-henlth. or other ouuae, be
granted Intermediate certHloate of lta-
pr-rvemet.t and uausfe' hit* claim.
Records wfthout permanent real-
dene* may he Issued, provided applicant make: Improvements to extent ef
(100 per annum and records same euufi
year. Failure to m.ike Improvement-
er record same wlU operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in
Irnxm than S years, aad Improvemcnti*
oi jlO.uO per acre, including i aerea
etcored and cultivated, and residence
ef at least t yearn are required.      ��-
Pre emptor liolding Crown grant
may record another pre-emption, tf he
requires laud in ootOunotlon with his
fat ru. without actual ocouvatUm. pro-
ridod wtatutory imprcvaaia-ila made
and reuklanee maintained on Crown
granted la:iil
D-.urvexed area-,  not eaeeedtfM-f M
aerea,   may   be   leased   as   hoteesHes.
title to be ebfalmwi after fulfill! rr residential and improvement oeadjiiions.
���   for grusinc and   Industrial pt
arena   orxmcmAitrf   *H>   aares
leaded by una person er cosiptury.
Mill, factory or industrial sites ea
timber land not esceeiiwig iu scree
may be purchased; conditions lnoiu-e
pun-ant of .tun-pam.
' Natural hay meadow* Inansennftile
by existing roads may be purohoced
conditional upon oonstruotlon ut a ro ��d
to them Rebate of eue-ha4f of cost 4.
road, not ex-oeedttig half ef purei-atna
price, Is imulu.
PRE-EMPTOnS' FREE GRANT'S
m ACT.
1-he saone of this .Aat ln ei-tan-ed te
mu.ude all pernor.!- Joining and natnt-
irg with His Majesty's Porous Tarn
���mm within whitih Use heirs or Jevtaeae
ef a deceased pre-eruulor maty mamty
for title aii.er this Act Is mwaSBBl
from for use year from the (***������ of
���Mfe pen-mi, aa formerly, utiM one
',��..;��� >���..: 'i ie- uor.c'listen of Uu* present
war. TJus privilege is also made re-
trnngtiva
No toue, reinllng to pre-emptions are
due oi- puyable by i-nldlers on pre-
crt-j.Llonn recorded after .Tune X lti.
TutM are  iemitted  for  live  years
F'rovieloi. for return ef inunera ac-
ortMOi due and been pnld slnoe August
', lllll, on acaount of paa-aietitn. lees
or tuxes on soldiers' pre-ecupttons
interest on ugreemente te purchase
town or city Iota held by members of
Allied Purees, or dependants, ar-mxred
direct or indirect, remitted froin in.
llatmMit to .lurch .1. ittg.
SUB-PURCHASERS OF CROWN a
v LANDS. *
ii vi"i<.n made for '���*mnns ef
Crown grant* te sui. puicluuters ef
Crown Lands, acquiring rights from
p-.vhasern who failed te aamntete
PWMMSe, Involving forfeiture en ful-
IliinnMil of conditions of purchase Interest and taxes. Where ���sA-purohaa-
.. da net claim whole of origiual parcel, puroluuM- price due and taxes may
be distributed proportionately over
whole area. Applications must be
rnads by  May  1.  13.�� **
4 GRAZING. w)
i;i,._ltig Act MS, tor ���vatematto
dejekmment of llMMHl Industry provides lor .rasing distneu and ruiu-s
administration under Commmeloner
Amiual grafting permits leaned based
ea gfgibers ranged; priority for eetab-
lieh'id owners. Stock-owners mu
kir-m Aaaociallotia for range wanaxe
ment free, or partially free, permits
fur seli'it-ij, -gapers or Uaveilare. ���-
���o ten  h< ad. a ������**���-.   �����
TOOTH'S
SMOKE..
SHOP...
Soft Drinks on Ice
PIPES AND
FRESH TOBACCO
King Edward
Grill and
Dining Room
OPhN DAY AM) NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies
a Specialty
BEST
COFFEE
IN
TOWN
WILLIAM BLACK
Proprietor
Canadian National R
^sircn
GRAND   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
Steamers sailing between Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Ocean Fall).
Swaiisi.ir.-i Hay, Prince Rupert, Anyox, Bt.wart and Queen Charlol
Islands.
���SAILINGS from PRINCE RUPERT
THURSDAYS   AND   SUNDAYS   AT    12    MIDNIGHT   FOE
SWANSON   BAY,   OCEAN   FALLS,   VANCOUVER
VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
FROM   PRINCE    RUPERT    FOR   STEWART
8:00   P.M.,    EVERY   SATURDAY
Train Service:
Passenger   MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY,  and SATURDAY al 11.15a*
for
Smithers, Prince George, Edmonton and Winnipci
con lions for all points Kasl nnd Smith.^
For further information  apply to any Grand 'I'"
or to (i. A. Me.Nicholi, Asst. General Freight
Passenger Agent, Prince Rupert.
Flawn'sFniit Store
INTERNATIONAL   AVENUE
HYDER,   :   :    ALASKA
HEADQUARTERS IN THIS DISTRICT
For Fresh Fruits and Green V*
etables. New Shipments ev ���
week. Canned Goods at W*
than Pre-War prices (0>
BUTTER  AND   EGGS aAU aNP- '
GEORGE   L.   FLAWN, P^��P PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST   19,   1921
THE   HOUSE   OF   QUALITY
RESTFUL ARE . .
YOUR   SLUMBERS
if   YOU   ARE   SLEEPING   ON   A
Restmore Mattress
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   GOLD
A night of rest makes a tireless day.
Therefore, let us supply you with one of the Famous
Restmore Mattresses. We have them in full sizes, Half and
Three Quarters. Good quality of ticking. Springs to fit
all sizes of beds.
We guarantee the prices to fit the times.
We have numerous other lines that you can be interested
in.   The prices will surely please you.
COME ON IN-THE WATER IS FINE.
An increase of $203,000 in the value
of bullion recipts by the federal assay
office here for the first seven months of
1921 is reported by its officials. The
total receipts to date for 1921 are fl.-
275,000, which compares most favorably
with receipts of $1,073,0.0 in the same
period of 1920, being an increase in receipts of approximately 20 per cent.
Officials point out that this increase
has been registered in the quietest aea-
son of the year, and that the heavy
shipping season has just begun and
gives promise of being a moit successful one.
The increased gold production has
been general throughout the province,
though the largest increase has been in
the Kootenay where the Consolidated
Mining and Smelting company has increased its gold production materially,
due to the reopening of the Rossland
Salmon River
Trading Co'y
L
mines, which were closed down, except
for development, for an extended period
last year. It is understood the ore!
being handled by the Consolidated is
richer than it haa handled for many
years.
The Yukon season is expected to be
very satisfactory this year.    Last year
��� the low water prevented the successful
j working  of  many   properties,  but an
ample water supply for the  season  of
19.1 is anticipated    Reports from At-
] lin, whence considerable  gold  receipts
i come, are also encouraging.    The Engineer mine is expected to add materially
to the gold production.
The Nickle Plate mine at Hedley will
i be re-opened this fall and will also ship
| large quantities of bullion to the local
i assay office. The Premier mine bullion
! will not be handled through Vancouver.
| -Vancouver Province.
STEWART PHARMACY
GEOBGE A. FRASER
Proprietor
F.   C. LAWRENCE
^?S
/_����_; vi*. vi/-
{WALTHAM,
LARGE   STOCK
LOW   PRICES ..
OPTICIAN
WATCHMAKER
JEWELER
HYDER,  ALASKA
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
LEADIKG   HOTEL  IN   NORTHBRN
BRITISH COLUMBIA
H. B. ROCHESTER, Manager
European Plan $1.50 per day up
Canada Less Affected
Copper production in Canada has been
less affected by the price slump in that
metal than in the United States, according to figures of producers. Canadian
production todoy, it is claimed, is 52
per cent of the 1920 total, and 40 per
cent of that of 1907. In the United
States, it ii pointed out, production is
only 20 per cent, that of 1920 and 14_
per cent of 1917. In 1920 Canada's out-
pnt was 4,600,000 pounds, practically
the entire production being in British
Columbia
Fabulous Samples
Prospectors from the new fields in
the Girwood belt are bringing to Anchorage fabulously rich samples. The
rush is in full swing.
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
Aluminum Values
Frank Perry has staked for an Edmonton syndicate 32 mineral claims.
The ore is a gold quartz, with strong
aluminum values. The claims are located on Ruby creek, northern Omineca.
. W.   M. ROLSTON
NOTARY   PUBLIC
INSURANCE
STEWART
B. C.
Longest Ore Shipment
The Yukon Gold corporation is shipping its ore to the Shelby smeltsr at
San Francisco via St. Michael, a distance of 5000 miles. It is the longest
distance any mine in the world is shipping crude ore for treatment. Through
a special permit the Canadian government made Mayo a sub-port of entry
and permitted American vessels to come
up the river and take the ore at that
place and entry it to St. Michael.
Here it will be transferred to ocean
vessels for shipments to San Francisco.
Gold Strike Near Kenora
Reports reaching the department of
mines at Toronto indicate that another
successful gold strike has been made in
the Patricia district, north of Kenora.
The reports inicate that the basic rock
formation is practically the same as
that prevailing in the Cobalt territory,
Up to the present no decisive outcrop-
pings have been located, but prospeetors
are confident that the property will bear
a high grade ore. The Gandeau is said
to be producing ore with a valuation of
$10 to S20 a ton. This is regarded as
good paying property. It was stated
at the department of mines that gold,
t'l-.s-ct ami platinum had been placed.
Strontium Discovered
A large body of strontium sulphate
and strontium carbonate, respectively
celestitejj and strontinite, have been
found on tidewater, 200 miles north of
Vancouver. It is said to be fifty acres!
in extent. Strontium is used in the refining of beet sugar, and it is also
thought it may be found suitable to use
in white lead in place of barium.
Green Forests are an investment which
gives big returns
The shareholders include, directly or indirectly, every citizen in the Province.
Dividends are shared directly by every individual who resides in British Columbia
Each tree is worthy of preservation, and
means employment to someone, sooner
or later
No timber substitute has been found, but
timber provides substitutes for many
articles
The Lumber trade is called the barometer
of British Columbian prosperity
Keep the mark set high; destruction of the
Forest spells loss to everybody
PREVENT    FOREST    FIRES
Dolly Varden High  Grade
What promises to develop into a big
strike of high grade ore was made at
the Dolly Varden mine last week, says
the Alice Arm Herald. The strike was
made on the surface, about 20 feet
above the old workings, and is covered
by a rock slide. The extent of the lead
can not at present be ascertained on
account of the large quantity of loose
rock and the dirt covering it. Four
men are at work engaged in clearing it
off. Picked samples assayed 67 ounces
in silver, which has been the highest
obtained so far. Samples taken on a 4
foot width have assayed58 ounces. The
ore is ruby silver and argentite. with
some galena. Work on uncovering the
lead will be proceeded with as rapidly
as possible, and there is no doubt that
the rattle of the miners' drills will
again be heard at the Dolly Varden
mine before the snow flies.
The mica deposits on Mica mountain,
at Tete Jaune Cache, will be placed on
a producing basis this year. The quality of the mineral is high. An English
company will operate.
Discoveries of asbestos in the Okanagan valley, southern British Columbia,
are reported.
$25   REWARD
TWENTY-FIVE   DOLLARS  rewan;
for   information   leading   to   the l
arrest   and   conviction   of   the parties |
who broke into the cabin   lately   occu
pied by Harry Brown, next to the Em
press Hotel.   W. R.   MACFARLANE
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
"Boundary," "Cabin," "limb,"
"Grubstake," ''Lucky," "International Fraction," "Daly," "Group,"
I mineral claims, situate in the Portland
Canal mining division of Cassiai
district.
Where located: Oneast fork Cascade
creek, Salmon River valley.
Take notice that 1, P. S. Jack,
of Stewart, B.C., acting, as ageiU for
Amos B. Trites, Free Miner's Certificate No. I6311C; Roland W. Woods,
Fret- Miner's Certificate No. 16310C; W.
R. Wilson, Free Miner's Certificate No.
16812C, and Patrick Daly, Free Miner's
Certificate No. 68856C, intend, sixty
days from tbe date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder tot a Certificate of
Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claims. And further take notice that
action, under section Kf>, must be commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements.
listed this 23rd duy of July,
A.D. 1921. 10
Salmon River
Auto Transfer
Stewart-Hyder
Stage
F. R. NAGLE,
Proprietor
Launch Provincial
CAPTAIN  SWANSON
FRED  DOREY
Managtr
Leaves Rupert for Stewart Thursdays
alternating with G. T. P. boats
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
Keep Your Money
In Stewart ....
Why send Laundry out ef Town?
Latimer Home Laundry can do the
work. Clothes Cleaned and Pressed,
Darning. Clothes called for weekly.
Millions were made in the Last Great West. . .
Get in on the ground floor of the Last Great North
Now on the Market
SUBDIVISION   OF   LOT   4044
CASSIAR   LAND    DISTRICT
THIS PROPERTY adjoins the Canadian Government whan* and
and the Terminus of the Premier Aerial Tramway, on one side,
and the town of Hyder, Alaska, on the other, and is the only property available for business purposes, on the Canadian side. Lots
now being offered front direct on the International highway, which
serves the whole of the now famous Salmon River mineral area,
and  is the only outlet thereto     ::::::::::;::
$2O0      L0TS ARE BEING OFFERED AT      $250
HALF   CASH BALANCE   TERMS
FOR   FULL   TERMS   SEE
M. M. SMITH - STEWART, B. G.
A6ENT FOR PORTLAND CANAL MARITIME COMPANY
King
Edward
STEWART,   -   B.
Hotel
c.
HEADQUARTERS   TOR    MINI
IN   PORTLAND   CAN.-.L   D!'
NG   MEN
TH7CT.   .
. . .YOUR   COMFORT. . .
FIRST CONSIDERATION
EUROPEAN   PLAN
. .$1.00 PER DAY. .
W.
H.   TOLIN,
Manager
NEWELL   BROS.
Fifth St. Stewart, b.c.
Comfortable furnished rooms Barber shop in connection
Cijfars, Tobaccos. Soft Drinks       SOLO TABLES
Wm.   FRASER
BUILDINGCONTRACTOR
Estimates Furnished --   Work Guaranteed
STEWART. B.C.
Comer Auto Transfer   between stewart
and Jitney Service ....       ANlJ HYDEli
DAY   AND   NIGHT
Garage Corner Sixth and Conway
Stand al Stewart Hotel
11   I'OMEK, Manager
Tel. _ long   1 short '������
PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C.   FRIDAY,   AUGUST   19,   1921
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $75,944,203;
Lode Gold, $102,753,823; Silver. $53,668,284; Lead. 46.637.221;
Copper, $161,513,864; Zinc, $19,896,466; Coal ahd Coke. $212,-
573,492; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $32,168,217; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,037,408; making its.Mineral Production to the end of
1920 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF ��706,192,978
THE   FOUR-LEAF   CLOVERS
ELLA   HIGGINSON
I kuow a place where the sun is like gold,
And the cherry blooms burst with snow,
And down underneath is the loveliest nook,
Where the four-leaf clovers grow*.
One leaf is for hope, and one is for faith,
And one is for love, you know,
And  God put another in for  luck���
If you search yru will find where they grow.
But you must have hope and ycu must have  faith.
You must love and be strong- and so
It you work, if you wait, you will find the place
Where the four-leaf clovers grow.
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Province
Is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production for successive five-year periods: For all years to 1895,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1896-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,507,968; for five years, 1906-1910, $125,-
534,474; for five years, 1911-1915, 1142,072,603;    for five    years,
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1920, $35,543,084.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $331,995,328
;    Slocan bootleggers   are underselling
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and j the government liquor store at Nelson,
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
HIGH   GRADE   EXTRACTS
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees
lower than those of any oth-jr Province in the Dominion, or any
Colony in the British Empire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, security of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, maj
be obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia.
Hard stuff is being sold in Alberta-
Hard water.
Anyox live wires will build a skating
and eurling rink.
Business is picking up in Vancouver
���the pickpocket line.
The pupils of Cranbrook school use
10,000 scribblers per year.
The provincial forestry convention
will convene at Vancouver, September
19 to 21.
Two fruit canneries -t Kelowna were
completely destroyed by fire last week.
Loss $150,000.
Twenty-five nvllion pounds of binder
twine will be required for the crop of
the prairie provinces this year.
For June the cost of living for
hospital patients at Penticton was 12
cents per meal.    Must be living high!
George Heatherton was killed at the
Rambler mine, near Kaslo, last week.
At one time he was secretary of the
Greenwood Mihers' Union, and was
twice a candidate for the local house,
but unsuccessful.
H. ZEFFERT
MOVES TO LARGER  PREMISES
__. -- '     ' ' "   ' �� ������������   ��� mmmmmmmmmmam   ��� ��� ������ .-.i��������� ..
NOW   LOCATED   IN
SMITH   BUILDING
NEXT   DOOR   TO  THE   BANK   OF   MONTREAL
As a SPECIAL ADVERTISING OFFER we have put on
the following SPECIALS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
FOR   LADIES
BUTTERFLY AND UNEQUALLED SILK HOSE, $1.50 quality, Pair, $1.15
FOR   MEN
Remitting Money by Mail
A SAFE and convenient form of remitting
money by mail, not only in Canada but to
any part of thc world, is by Drafts issued by tl-e
Bank of Montreal These drafts can be cashed
at the local bank designated. The cost is
nominal.
BANK of MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED OVER 100 YKAkS
CaplW r*��M i��p <27.pn-.000 "��� ��� ������ ���
Total Aticti In Exceti ul $500,000,000
STEWART BRANCH
L. ��. WHITTAKER, Man
ager
STANFIELD'S   RED   LABEL   UNDERWEAR,   Per   Suit,   $4 !
HEAVY  BLUE  CHAMBRAY SHIRTS, $1 .50
.WOOL WORKING SOX, 50c quality, THREE PAIRS, $ 1
HEAVY WOOL SOX, Penman's Blue Heel ancl Toe, Per Pair,  70 cents
���
PURE WOOL HEATHER SOX, English make, Per Pair, 90 cents
10 Per Cent Discount on Dress Shirts, Arrow Quality
10   PERCENT   DISCOUNT   ON   ANY    SUIT   IN   STOCK
BUY AT THESE   PRICES MAKE   YOUR   DOLLARS   COUNT
Sugar was fl a pound in 1787.
The Okanagan will ship over 3000 cars
of fruit this season.
A Ford car is turned out every twenty
seconds.    This is a swift age.
Dave Black of Vancouver is professional golf champion of Canada.
There's a man in Princ? Rupert so
close that he won't even spend a
vacation.
The ministers of Prince Rupert are
trying to stop Sunday swimming. Why
not stop washing the hands and face?
Prince Youasouf Kamil, son of the
sultan of Egypt, will visit northern
British Columbia this fall to hunt big
game.
The wholesale price of sugar is down
to $7 a hundred in Montreal. At Vancouver, a refinery point, it is $10. Why
is it thus?
A landmark disappeared from Wran-
gel last week. The old U. S. marshal's
office that wss erected in 1868, was
torn down.
In Toronto "Society Walk" is the
latest dance step. It's decent; and
shoves "Shimmy" and "Chicago" over
the grade.
Vancouver is the fourth largest city
in Canada. Thirty-five years ago it
was called Gastown and had only a
handful of people.
Ontario is experiencing the hottest
time since 1840. For 33 consecutive
days the thermometer has not been
less than 83 degrees.
The National Park at Banff is crowded
witli tourists this year. Probably the
reason is that the C. P. R. folders advertise "intoxicating air."
Moses B. Cotsworth is in the limelight
again. He is suing W. J. Bowser for
libel. The libelous utterances happened
five years and 364 J days ago.
When the average Vancouver society
girl gets up these summer mornings,
and puts paint on her face, she considers herself dressed for the day.
Hon. George H. Murray has been
premier of Noya Scotia for 25 years,
and is a poor man. Many a man would
have owned the province in  that time.
Because of restricted space for students in the British Columbia university
the Oregon and Washington universities
have offered to accommodate students
from this province.
A report says the people of Central
Europe are nearer naked today than
ever before in histor , So are most of
the people of Canada; fact is, the matter of clothes is the least of our worries
these days.
British Columbia Hotelmen's Association is circulation is circulating a petition addressed to Premier Oliver, requesting an amendment to the present
liquor act, which will permit the sale of
beer in hotels.
In the little town of Werda, in the
kingdom of Dahomey, there is a long
building in which priests keep upwards
of 4000 serpents of all sizes. They
have no moderation law in Dahomey,
and no doubt the priests use thc snakes
with good effect.
A ft'tr September 1, the operation of
the Canadian Express company and the
Canadian National Express company
will become consolidated, and the combined business will be continued thereafter under the name of the Canadian
National Express company.
After attending the showing of the
Dempsey-Catpentier fight pictures at
Victoria, Premier Oliver mated that the
government would not interfere with
the display of the lilms in Biitinh Columbia theaters as requested by the
akypilots. The premier said he could
see no harm in the pict res.
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
HOTEL  STEWART
W.   DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms Comfortably Furnished
Drying Room       Dining Room
ATri *1 r\r\        a       hav
ri  ���   t-���-, wi-ww r-. UNI
Baths
DATE-
��� i ���  -  -
BATHS
CORNEK FOURTH ANE
COLUMBIA   SIS.
SPECIAL  ROOM FOR  LADIES
M.    M.    SMITH                Proprietor
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Polybacite Fractional and Ag Fractional mineral claims, situate in the
Portland ( anal mining division of Cassiar district. When-located: On southeast slope of Mount Dilworth.
Take notice that Dalby B. Morkill, of
Stewart, B.C., acting as agent for Silver Crest Mines, Limited. N.P.L., Free
Miner's Certificate No. 50614C, Intend,
sixtv days from the date hereof, to apply to lhe Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claims. And further take notice
that action, under section 85, must be
commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements
Dated this 10th day of August,
A.D. 1921. 12
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate  of  Improvement.
NOTICK
Lakeshore mineral claim, situate  in |
the Portland Canal   mininn  division  of
Caaaiar  district.    Where   located;    At
head of  East   fork   of  Cascade (.'reek,
Salmon river valley.
Take notice that Dalby B. Morkill, of
Stewart, B. C. acting as agent for
Andrew Lindeborg Free Miner's Certificate No. 46924C. intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of ob-
tattling a Crown Grant of the above
claim. And further take notice that
action, under section 85, must be commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 10th day of August,
A.D. 1921. 12
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICE.
Good   Hope   mineral   claim,  situate
in     the      Portland     Canal    mining
division of Cassiar district.
Where located:    In lhe Upper Salmon
River valley, adjoining the Silver Tip
group.
Take notice that I, P, S. Jack,of
Stewart, B. C, acting aa atrentfor A.
B. Armstrong, Free Miners' Certificati
No. 4<>9o7( ; William Reid Tooth, Free
Miners' Certificate No. 46908C, inter,
sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for i
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Gran:
of   the  above  claim.
And further take notice that sclion.
under section 86, must he commenced
before the issuance oi such Certifitttt
of Improvemi nts.
Dated this seventh day of .une,
A.D. 1921. -
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of ImorovementJ.
NOTICE.
Bulla Coola, Silver Leaf, Ma)' "���*������
Ladybird No, 2 mineral clainjs, Bituiti
in the Portland Canal mining divisiM
of  Cassiar  district.    Where local*
In cascade Creek valley, north of -iiv��
1*1"'. ,,   ,, .i(ii
Take notice that  Dalby  B. MorMft
of Stewart* B.C., land surveyor,tm
agent   f r  C.    W.    Frank,   Free
rtificateNo, ���"'������"  ���'���)���
Miners' Certificate >.
the estate cf J- *���
sixtv days from the
api ly to   the Mir.tr
as
Miner's   C
Clegg.    Free
43f>GHC,   and
Chappie, intend,
date   hereof, to
���f Im|"W
Recorder for a Certificate ot
ments, for the purpose ol obtainm*
Crown Grant of the aho^clat-n'
And further take notice that w��j
under section 86. must be *****rf
before the issuance of suchCert.W-
of Improvements.
Dated this 27th(
,fMay,A,D,1921
AC
MINERAL
Certificate ,,f Impro
NOTII E. .a.
Texada     Fractional  Mineral el*
situate'in   the   Portland Can
division of Cassias district
Where located;   Easl   i<
Creek, Salmon Riv. i
Take notice that 1.
of Stewart. B. C,
ments,
rli Case
���'���
V
uellt fu
tile I!. (.'.Silver Mines.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
"Northern Light No. 1," "Northern
Light No. 2," "Northern Light No. H,"
''Northern Light No. 4," "Northern
Light No. 5," "Northern Light No. 6,"
"Northern Light No. 7," "Northern
Light No. 8," "Northern Light Fraction," Northern Light No. 1 Fraction,"
"Woodbine," "Woodbine Fraction,"
"Kitchener," "Loser," mineral claims,
situated in the Portland Canal Mining
Division of Cassiar district
Where located:    (Jn east fork Cascade   ,,,.   ,
creek, Salmon siver valley. frae miners'certificate N"
TAKE NOTICE that  1, P. S.  Jack,   tend,   sixty    days
of   Stewart,    B. C,   acting   as   agent  bereof,     to     ap|  '
for Charles Bunting, Free Miners' Cer-   Recorder    for    a
tificate No. 46845C;   William   Bunting,   pro*_e?raents,  for
Free Miners'   Certificate   No    46H76C;   taining a Crown
Charles Henry Lake, Free Miners' Cer-1 cinjm. it actio0!
tificate   No.   46846Cj   David O'Leary, !    And further ta '    ,,,,������,,V
Free  Miners'  Certificate No.  4fi944( ; under section 85, must De    |i|itit.,ie
.lohn Hovland, Free Miners' Certificate i before the issuance
No. 46870C,   intends,   sixty days   from [of Improvements.
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining i     Dated this 16th
Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a
Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section H5, must be comnrvneed
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 13th day of July, A.D.,
1921. 10
50337C, ��
to the m
..  tificate ��<I
thi      "J**0'
Grant of the
above
A.P..
WANTED
CAPABLE   MAN.    part   or    whole
time, to sell uiir Sickness nnd Accident
Policies, Benefit paid for all accidents
and every known disease. Manv new
and liberal features, Good commission
and every assistance given. Write
MERCHANTS'    CASUALTY    COM
PANY,   :i08   Rogers
couver, B. C.
Building,
11
Van;
t2
HYDER,
M   R. jaMIBSM "*
QAT-WAV

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