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yOU POSTED ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF THE
MINKS   $5.00 TIIE YEAR.
Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
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YOUR      FRIEND      WHO
WANTS      INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL. 3, NO. 10
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST
1921
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
MARMOT RIVER PROPERTIES
| Patricia Group to Be Worked All Winter���Washington
Looking Good, Gold Values Being Obtained���Lead
Four Foot Wide Struck on Prince George Group
STEWART   LOCAL   NEWS
Fresh milk at Tooth's
Work on thc Patricia group on
,he Marmot will be carried on
throughout the winter, according
to latest plans. Dr. R. E. Mc-
Kechnie, not only well known in
medical circles, out also in thelgold, with small silver values,
mining world in Vancouver, and During the past week Mr. Lund-
who is interested in this property ; vail located the eighth lead on
with H. C Magee, has during this claim, two feet of which he
the past week been looking over sampled, obtaining 230 ounces of
the ground. He is very well silver. In this lead he found
satisfied   with   it, 'and informed ruby silver and stephanite.
The News that it is the intention
to for 'the   next   two or three
^^^^^^^^^^ Window Glass at S. R. T. Co.
Charles Lund is working with     The provincial   forestry   boat
H. C. Magee on the Marmot. visited Stewart during the week.
Blondy Charlton of Hyder is     The Pioneer dance in  Hyder
constructing a new building di- last  Saturday   night   was   pro-
imestone formation,   and while; r<?ctly behind the one that he at nounced a distinct success by all
as yet no lead has been reached, j Present occupies. , present.
gold values are obtained all the John Cornyn recently pur-! Fred Johnson, who was injured
way in the tunnel; the < last' chased the cabin next to the resi- at the sawmill last week, is now
samples   taken   running $12   injdence   of   W. L. Balch   on   the much better, and  able   to  walk
Forest reserve in Hyder. around a little.
Bert Olsen,   who  was injured     William   Dann,   proprietor of
by  a fall  at the Premier   mine the Stewart hotel, returned last i
some time ago, is able   to   walk Sunday from a   very   successful!
about again, though with a limp. ; business trip to Prince Rupert.
Building   Paper   and   Roofing.     See ;    A new consignment of Songs,  Music
S. R. T. Co. ! and Records at Stewart News Co. .
WEEK'S ACTIVITYON MANY CLAIMS
Reported Rich Strike on Fish Creek Property���Good
Progress on Premier Tram Line���Ore Bunkers.
Crosscut Tunnel on Red Top���Outland Silver Bar
PRINCE GEORGE GROUP
John 1 iovland   is  reported  to
have made a good strike on his
Fish creek property.    It appears
that he was tracing the lead on
which he is   driving   a   tunnel,
along  the   surface.     This   lead
in the tunnel, and where stripped
on   the   surface   just above the
portal   shows   an   exceptionally
, good   high   grade  shoot.    Com-
| mencing at Fish creek  this lead
| runs   across   the   ridge toward
hundred  feet.
jSkookum creek; up which ridge
Harry Allen,  the well known r#   ft,   Wilson,   son of W. R. j winds the trail to the Fish Creek
-_-    I    _,u.                        ....    D Idogmusher. left on Sunday last Wilson  of Fernie, B.C.. after Mining    company's     property;
.���eta  do  assessment wo k on     Th,s property was staked by ����� ;forthe Mav0 di8trict|   via  Daw- spending some tiTne in  the dis-1 crossing the lead at right angles
tne property     Alter tins   has (E Lund vallin 1920, and cons.sts           He has taken his dog team 4t in connection with several at a point severs" "
beei done   H.   C.   Magee, ,,,11 ?r seven claims, lying next to his properties, returned south on the | from
cmtintie the work of extending Washington group, on the soutn, '    '          '  ��    j
the present  tunnel, until   such fork of the Marmot, seven miles;    F. C. Lawrence, the jeweler in beorge last ounaay.
time as the snow commences to from tidewater, and at an eleva- Hyder,   is  having a  new two- Mrs. E. J. Conway and daugh-
���;,-.   Tl;:>y will then let a contract tion o; 2800 feet.    While he waa story, 30x40, building constructed ter  0f   Anyox   arrived   on   the
for the extension of thistunnel. doing assessment  work  on  this on International  avenue, Hyder. George last Sunday and are visitr
This will give them on this pro- group recently he struck  a new .adjoining Hill's drug store. ing Mr. and  Mrs.   Fred Young
party from 150 to 200 feet of tun- and good looking lead, about four
nel.   This tunnel is being driven < feet wide, carrying chalcopyrite,
groups; some of which will compare very favorably with any that
has been seen in the camp.
Dan Lindeborg has resumed
development work on his Riverside group at Seven-mile, on the
Salmon.
William George was down for
the week end from his property
up the Bear river. He is doing
assessment work.
It is reported that the G. T. P.
has reduced its freight rates on
ore shipments, to the Tacoma
smelter from $13 per ton to $7.50.
John McNeill  came down  for
the   tunnel.    It   appears the week end from the Ref- Top
that Mr. Hovland recently traced pr0r>erty on  the Bear,   and   re-
the lead to a point near the trail,
and in taking off the overburden,
uncovered it at a point  where it
had    materially    widened,   and
LABOR   DAY
Four weeks from next Monday
is Labor Day (Dominion.) All unnecessary work ceases on that date.
If Stewart is going to have sports, |
get on the hand wagon. A good
idea would be to have a big drilling
contest for the boys who are putting
Portland canal on the mineral map.
Get acquainted with the men who
make the big dividends for corporations at so much   per day.
in on ore .til the way, which car-1 pyrite and galena. On an assay
ries from two to three Ounces of being made good values were
gold, as well as good gold and obtained, principally in gold and
silver values.     This   tunnel   is copper.
eing driven with a view to cut-'
I tin* at considerable depth a large!
Ileal which lies alongside   of   a
dyke, diagonally across the front,
anl which it is expected   to   encounter about 400 feet from  the
portal.   One noteworthy feature'
of this work is that there is  no
[dead  work.     When    the   time
corns  for  putting in  a raise it
��an be put up through ore a'l the
way as the lead stands perpendi-
cular.   It is hoped that next year |
the government will construct a ZIZZ ��
wagon road up the valley, there-1     Mak;       Goo(1 pr0jrress
hy enabling active mining opijr-1 .
ationa to commence on this W. Tooth, with the assistance
property. of K. McLeod and E. Armstrong.
Before leaving for the south is making rapid progress with
Dr. McKechnie was interviewed the construction of his hotel on
by The News, and expressed the new townsite of Hyder, B.C.,
hiuself very well satisfied with adjoining the international
Hs observations on the Marmot., boundary. He has the founda-
He stated that he had during the : tions dug for the mud sills in
Past 28 years been interested in addition to having gotten out all
e-ery mining district in the pro- the piling necessary, which he
vince, and in his whole experi- has been busy this week floating
ence had never seen such a well \ into place. When completed this
mineralized district as that of the > building will be a credit to the
Marmot. While on the property new town, as well as to Mr.
McGee and himself had located a I Tooth.
Hew lead, about  six   foot   wide, '
F. C.   Lawrence,   the  Hyder ��� Mrs. Conway will be remembered i showed more grey%copper.   This
���      i    '. &   ���      e        h-7 oil fV,a n\A fim-x- iw   ot������..,P,  i tjives the property a considerable
jeweler, has been suftenng from oj all tne oiQ timers m  Stewart. ����� ,,,*., ,     ,.
��� ii i .   ,,u   t a u  ���. ��� ; amount of good high grade ship-
ill health   for  Some   days,   but is       p,.:,:,.*.  fVdi*n-ilii'��   a(>er*i-r*-��   i<s mu.        _u       Ai    l
��� ,. ,       , .      ..       ntitisn Loiumt-ia s scenery is ping   ore.    When  the   Alaskan
rioW much improved, and is able attractlng thousands of Ameri- government complete the wagon-
to be up and about again. c.m>     Eng.._h     and    Canadian | ���oad wWch they ave building up
A big can of Roast Beef for 70 e.en,, tourists.     Stewart  has  several pish creek to   about  his   point
at S. R. T. Co. |
ports.that they are making good
progress with the crosscut tunnel which is being driven.
F. C. Winkler, who is interested in the Daly and Sullivan
property on the Salmon river,
arrived from Victoria on the
George last Sunday, and will pro
up to the property during the
week.
The Red Cliff mine,   on  which
���   >*,����-   thousands tons of   it lj�� Hovland -ill experience ��*4f%*W?*��^e Jf%*}
J. J. Lynch, an old time miner! that is doing business at the old. difficulty m getting the ore out. L-roundi has during the past week
n Phoenix. Coeur d'Alenes and j stand every day.   | closed down.     It  is understood
Butte, arrived from Vancouver
Sunday and will remain in. the
district for several weeks.
C. H. Sund)iacb��r of Hyder,
ANNUAL MEETING
Tiie recent  heavy rains havel    Good   progress   is   still being;temporarily.      awaiting
caused the Salmon river to raise marje  with  the construction of j transportation facilities,
considerably, and to an   extent j the tramline in spite of the heavy'
overflow its banks in Hyder.    At j rajnSi    a donkey engin'e has been
! who was burnt out in the recent one point   in   particular  several i piaCed   below   the    Cliff  hoilse
fire, has established an office in \ people have been busy trying to hotel, on the International boun-
jtherearof the   Alaskan   hotel, prevent it doing any  damage  to dary at Hyder,  and an  air line
; until such time he has an oppor-! a few houses.    Their efforts were j ^as been run  from it to the top
tunity to rebuild. | successful.
better
LIQUOR VENDOR FOR STEWART
Ratepayers' and Business Men's Committee
are in receipt of a letter from the Liquor Board
in Victoria to the effect that a Liquor Vendors'
Store is to be established in Stewart.
of the hill above that town. This I
I has been done in order to facili-
tate the transportation of timber;
; for the construction of the  big
angle station at this point which,      T _���.   M������i       urn- -, ..
'.. . .   ,     ...    '        onnnAA     Last  Monday   William    Tolin
= t is reported, will contain 200,000 gave a birthday party, in Sunkist
The annual meeting of the Stewart Hospital Association will be held
in the Fire Hall, Monday, August
S, at X p.m. Business -Financial
statement, and election of board
for ensuing year.
j feet of timber. The work of
constructing the towers   on   the
' line is being pushed with all
possible energy.
The Premier Mining company
have during the past week com-
some 1200 feet above the tunnel.
��� amides from the surface assayed
$133 in all values.
WASHINGTON GROUP
This property is owned  by R.
E. Lundvall and associates, and
Captain Irving Here
Captain John Irving   of   Vic
toria
Sun    .. savt
mining property  here   and   Willi.
G. A. Woodlands, of the Imperial Oil Co., Prince Rupert,
after spending a week in the
camp visiting the Premier mine,
returned south on Sunday last.
Are you going to paint yonr house or
tint your walls?   See S. It. T. Co,
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin,  who have
who is
in
uapiam -jumi i-v.n-s   u-    ;,v.|aDentaweek  visiting  the  doc-
oria arrived on the George last I*     ^^     ^^ lnvin   as.
Sunday.     He   is   interested  !" L        at the Premier mine, left
nining property  here   and   will Sumiay   for   their home in
remain for some time.    Captain
friving i-one of the picturesque^ '.,-.��.      u       ���
^ located  by  him  in dun, |men of  British Columbia.   For     Dr. R. L   ^ echnie   w
1920.     It   consists    of     seven  years he was head ol   the���   ( ana- .uteres ed  Wl h H     -       -
claims, situated on the south fork Milan Pacific Navigation Co   ply- property or i th��   Marmot
* ^e Marmot, seven miles from; ing vessels north and south   and spending ���^�� ^,i;u,,liver
t'-Wer.   at   an   elevation   of \ on the Fraser as far east as Yale   property  returned to
about 2800 feet     Mr   1 undvall Years ago opposition boats on the |ast Sunday,
has itmZTv       a    i       .Fraser tried to win the trade by R.     Tradlng ,      any
WW been busy during the season, "J^   but the captain was there; sa^,���Ufory���... Seeadvi        ' ��|
J, vuigaerosscuttunnel on the|wJithtllt,   ro,h1s.    With  a   buck Drovin��ial high sc n-
Ellen claim of the group.    Bight sitting on th. safety valve am   l! .^P^ininaU0I1   ,     ,
^���Is have been located  on   this dozen  Indians  tinnir -pitohwoo.   , tianc e   t.xai -'lo
cUim andiriaH,   ���' , i*\   the C P N  boat always docked just published.    I*'"1 '������
^ u nel toe i1".   u ntl0,;wl nlSst      l was not long until the nan of Prlnce Rupert  leads
n 1 to cut al   tliene lead,.  JJJ,,^ looked like imposition |        fa  with m marks.    01
wuliVl   ,   l      ,d W,llbe',0nt' (ll'him lrv,n*8   r,1,,ry,!,,S;! -even writing at   Stewart
wnimooo feet.   Atpretent the Hahed would read like a chapter u.i,,,,,'..d    M    M<
Vr��"��.n sixty fee" and being' 'rt.'.h,     Arabian   Nighta   ur  pass.     SS.,    ,  d    ���  ���     ^
dr'ven through a mi..^.-.i h����Jn��-1 ..ma other niaht. |b%. ��d James
E. S. Hewitt, one of Juneau's
prominent business men, is
spending the week in Hyder.
Forest Ranger Cy WickoiT and
Cruiser F. E. Wise, while  cruis-
grove, Hyder, to a number of his
friends.   It was one of the old
fashioned   kind���barbecue    and
clambak8.       After   doing    full
justice to the visndsand enjoying
a pleasant afternoon in speeches,
songs,   etc., the   guests   turned
their feetlet homew-ard, all sorry
menced extensive alterations to j that his birthday did not   come
Iu   o.        f  i,-.i,    rv-Qrlp  -if-ppo-loncea week.    On that day Billy
the Stewart dock,   made  neces   ^^ ^ ^^ of r centm.y
sary preliminary to the construe-1 po]e> g0 he stated; but tne News
tion of their ore bunkers at -hisKejjeves   he   couid   go   a   little
point.    At present work is con-1 stronger and still be rated in the
ined to the construction of a new
ing timber the other day  for the, pne driver, the engine for which
From dishwasher to millionaire
is the sensational experience of
George Fuller, recently employed
in the Premier dining department and now on his way to
Montreal to claim a legacy left
him by a wealthy uncle, who
died recently. Fuller and his
^^^^ ,       j uncle  had   a   falling out some
(let a lunch! Harry   fanner,   superintendent, [ time   ago   and the  young   man
Hyder Lumber Co., were chased.' they have obtained from the pro-
ami kept up a tree for over an vincial government. lt was
hour, by a brown bear. After U8ed during the spring on the
spending a week cruising timber  Bear river bridge.
and allocating forest reserve lots, 	
the left on the Ranger I for W. R. Tonkin, president of the
Ketchikan. | Fish Creek Mining company, and
Don't go home hungry
at Tooth's Smoke Shop,
George Washington class.
came west to make his own way.
Having not been trained for work
ire
.������lithe
the
��� ,vo
lor,
a mineral bearing | some other night.
were in town during   the   week
Mr.   ITolen  Bell    well known j end and report that at all points .,,.
Mrs.  lltien   dbii,   w�� ���"'        F ,    -the nevertheless was  willing  to
throughout Alaska, has recently where development work nas| tack|e anvthinp he thought he
opened a nice and attractive j been done the ore has improved | coul(] m&]<e K00(i ati ami the dish-
ladies' store in the building which both in quantity and quality, and i washing job held no terrors for
aha nurchased.some time ago on that the property has now about; him. He had no idea thet his
Main street Hvder. The store, reached a point where mining on I uncle would remember him m his
KceTarranged and tastily , . large scale will be undertaken; -^d the --^he^ad
decorated, and contains  a Stock i was a complete surprise.
everv  conceivable  form  of     E. H. and Mrs. Bartholf came
��,��n���K  mm. as down rT tk. ojmm mm\ SS^-SSVSSS -v'it
well as a number of   things   tor  Rar. head  ot   the Salmon river,  (;f Thanksgiving for Peace to b��
the beautiflcation of the home.     on Monday last.    They brought  held   in  St.   Mark's church,  at
a R   |  ,���   bM  ,ome  dandy   cook, with   them   samples   from   the 7:80,      All    returned    men   are
itoves."   Want mat \ Outland Silver Bar and  Bromide \ especially invited to attend.
of
women s \
PORTLAND
CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST   5,   1921
The  Portland  Canal  News
K.  W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEMBEB    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSPAPEH   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,
$2.60 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.    Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising Accepted for First Page
THE   DOCK   FLOAT
is concerned it is just possible that it may
this year change its course below the
wagon bridge and come this way. This is
only a possibility; yet as such constitutes a
menace to the town. It therefore, would
be well for the community to be prepared
to take steps to protect their property.
For if anything should happen that will
cause the Bear river to suddenly change
its course and come down through the
town, it will then be too late to start
thinking about preventive measures.
PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART, B. C.
ROSS & ROSS
BARRISTERS       SOLICITORS
NOTARIES PUBLIC
Stewart, B.C.
VOTING   POWER
WHETHER it is decided that the British Empire shall have only one vote at the disarmament
conference, or whether each of the participating
Dominions shall be recognized as national entities,
EXTENSIVE alterations to the Stew-1 js a matter which is not half as vital as the princi-
art dock were commenced last week by the pal object of the gathering. The United States
Premier Gold Mining Company. When government and British government-and pre
this work is completed it will prove very
DR. W. D'ARCY CHACE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska  Hotel Temporalv
HYDER :        :       ALASKA
beneficial to the community as a whole,
except in one respect, and that is, according to report it is the intention to move
the present float from the old dock to the
new.
Just what the reason is for making
this change is hard at the moment to ascertain. It possibly is the very best, for it
is hardly possible that the Marine and
Fisheries department would make a change
without good and sufficient reason. In
regard to a float at the old dock, such a
convenience at this point is absolutely
essential, and it is hard to conceive that
the department would remove the old float
without replacing it, and doubtless such is
their intention. In any event it would do
no harm to find out just what are the intentions of the department before it is
too late.
The float in its present position is of
inestimable value to all small craft plying
in and around the canal; and for that matter even to launches from the Naas, Alice
Arm, and Anyox. If action is taken that
will do away with a float at this point
it will work a great and unnecessary hardship on such craft.
sumably the governments of the other invited
powers���will interpret the meaning of the meeting
in the broadest possible sense and subordinate
glory searching aspirations to the cause in which
humanity is interested more than anything else at
the present time. On the main subject there
ought to be no thought of dissent, and upon subsidiary matters the British empire's one or more
vote may be depended upon to support the right
question. At the same time it is altogether likely
that President Harding will regard the Dominions
���and particularly Canada���as grown-up nations
entitled to vote.���Victoria Times.
A   WISE   MOVE
A   TOBOGGAN   SLIDE
THIS is only August, and still very
early in the year; nevertheless it is well if
anything is going to be done to start it in
plenty of time.
The winter is before us with its plentiful supply of snow and bright sunny days.
No place on the British Columbia toast has
better natural advantages for winter
sports, particularly tobogganing. Though
no snow will be here for months, yet this
is not too soon to commence preparations
for such a thing. It would not be necessary to construct a very large slide this
year; far better to have a small one to
commence with, so situated that it could
from year to year be enlarged; one that
both the children and grown ups could
use, and therefore close to town. A little
public spirit spent, and a little money,
should find no difficulty in constructing a
slide on the hill at- the west end of Fifth
street.
BY arranging to include the amount of income
tax paid to the Dominion government among the
classified exemptions under British Columbia taxation laws the Hon. John Hart has relieved the private individual and the industrial concern of an
important and serious penalty, says the Victoria
Times. While the number of private persons
whose benefits in consequence of the concession
will be substantial may be confined to a very few
the lumbering and mining industry will derive a
considerable advantage from the minister's timely
action. It goes without saying that this province
will be doing itself an important service by reducing any load that is calculated to retard its industrial progress. And while the full extent of the
dual impost which has obtained hitherto may not
have had the effect of hindering the expansion of
those enterprises already in existence it may be
argued with reason that new initiative has not been
encouraged by the condition which Mr. Hart has
just removed. It can not be predicted that the
percentages which the province will now forego
will be made up by a more general return by way
of expanded industry.
DR. ALFRED H.   BAYNE
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE RUPERT.
HELGERSON     BLOCK
CLOTHIER & BAKER
ASSA"-ERS
Stewart.
B. C.
R.   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
Hyder Alaska
JOHN   HOVLAND
ASSAYER
HYDER        -        -        -       ALASKA
0     Synopsis of    ,
Land _M Am:n:'mBnts
THE
HIGH
WATER
WE are about entering upon the wet
season, which meant high water in the
Bear and other rive. a.   As far as the Bear
CENSUS   FIGURES
THE preliminary estimate of the census department places the population of the dominion at
9,235,000, very close to the ten million mark which
it was hoped would be reached, says the Prince
George Citizen. The gain made in the past decade
is given as 2,029,000, of which the greater portion,
or 1,260,000 is credited to the western provinces of
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British
Columbia. All of the provinces showed an increase
with the exception of Nova Scotia. The division
of population as between the east and the west is
6,342,000 as against 2,893.000. While the growth
of the west is almost two to one for that of the
east, it will take a long time for western boosters
to get on even terms with the influences which
have been shaping their destiny for years past.
STEWART    NEWS   CO.
H. P. GIBSON Proprietor
Ice Cream        Ganongs and Lowney's Chocolates
Stationery        China        Library
All    the    latest     Music    and    Records
mm   pr
reduced to 15 an acre. -Mcond-claaa to
J2 50 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined to rar-
veyed land* only.
Records will be granted corerlnc only
1-ind suitable tor agricultural purpoao.
and which I. uon-tJa-bar land
Partnerahtp pre-wmpt lone abolish**.
but partloa of not more than four nmy
arran-re for adjaoeat pre-ampttam
with Joint realdsnoe. but eaoh m..*-^
rrtcosnary i-npreveiuetttv on raa��eelWe
claims. m,
Pre-ea&pto-a must occupy cialnu tar
Ave yaara and make improvement- te
-uHie of $10 per acre, lneludlaa
In* and nuiilvatton mt at tmrnttt I
before reoelvttu*r Crown Grunt.
Whore pre-empter la oceupatloa mm
less than 3.yea*-, and haa maeVs proportionate Improvement!!, he may. bo- ���
cause of Ul-buaUh, or outer eauae, ba
���ranted Intermediate certificate at ln>-
provement an-' irai-afe- his etmim.
Kecords without permanent real-
dence may be Ls-ued, provided a*tmi\-
oaril makes Itnprovenx-uts to extent of
$400 per an a urn and reeerds same eaafe
/ear. Failure to make Improvement*
or -record same will operate a* forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained la
���WJ-J? ��� r*-% *-* Impwemento
of I10.M par mart. '--Initii*. t aorua
ejoared and cutttvuted. mm* resldenee
of at lea-it I yeas, are --Tin-rod       ���
Pte-eaaptor boidmc Crowa gjSmt
may reeord another r 1-nitli . K ha
rehires huad m con3unsSlet- with hit
farm. wUfcoat actual oucupatian _������-
vided statutory Improvemeato ma2s
and residence maintained aa Crowa
(rgjited Uud.
DaOurvewed areas, not >uss��dla_ M
avrea. ary b. leaoed as ba-ee-rteo
UUo to be eb*a��iwsd -rfter txuMmTri-sT-
duntlal aad t-opro-emeat M_39sm_.
For grrtatne and Industrial r*Trr-_s
areas ���-coee-in* MO ,_we_ KB C
leai-��d by one psraon or company
Hill, factory or taduBtrlsf mtm aa
tlmuer land not swassoW (Taw
may he purohouwi; eoadtuoru- ������riad-
puymeot of Memaatru,
Natural   bay   monJowe   li
by  exist n-v reads  may  he  n is afimaa t
conditional unoa con.-itruotio*- of a raM
to Uiem. llebata of ODa-huif at c-uit rf
ro.ft, not rxceedltiK half uf nus3-uw
price. Is made.
"RE-SMPTOBS'      FREE
��� ACT.
I-be snope mt thia Act la
BRANT*
snojpe
Include all pactum* J.(/inln_f aac .n.
Ing with His Majesty's PortZ. ^-_
MlM within wtiteh the heirs oroWtaea
ef a deceased pr.-emptor msur _�����__.
for title .-ui*- this Aot U eatawKS
froai for one year froai tbe deaLh ef
-uch uoraon. aa formerly, nnJa ,���.
year after ch, eonc'union of tha ure___7
war This iirlvilege Is alao mad* ir*
u-..��ctiv��. ���mmm re.
No free reUtina to I.M..1 ar.
due or ,,ujaUel>y atUSa' eai are-
empttons reaorded after Jane TV fill
'��-" mta  rsinMnd  for  live -reaVa
1-rovMon  for return ef  -Neman __
cruwl d��. and boon paid a-BeTXaauM
P-^ssep-irfoea
111 14, on -ououul of
or taxes on soMtera' pr*-*aH>t|*aa
interest on agreementsHr* piilL_.���
(own or city lots held hy memi__-T!_.
Allied Forces, er o.pen^S*"^.^
aired or indirect, remitted Xroi .��
llHiment  lo March SI, 1��J#. K~^
8UB-PURCHA6KRS  OF  CROWN-
Prevision made for lasuaa** _#
��� rown grants to -���_-���-,_���-���.,,.��� *_
frown l*nda, a-<*.ulrtii�� -i.-.-T'-.-T'
purrhasar- who failed to aaa*-CZ
puiKri a-e, ln-ejvli* forfeiture ^n f_t
fij.nteul ef renditions of __-��____, ***
tereat and taxes. WW. subTailV--*
���ra do not claim whole ef original __T'
oal, vuiciuu.. win. ow. u< ST^ **'
be aistrltmted propoi Uona^JT 2S
i hi'l* area
made by May
prop0,Uo��u.t^,    o^J.
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���yaiamatio
Sole Agent for the Imperial   Tobacco  Company I
and Canadian Steam Laundry
4 ORAUNa.
I Sis.ing   Act,    lilt,   for
daveiopiiieni of livestock lnd��V��V?n^"
Vld^for  graaln,   mZ*rtmml!2PJ!m'
'.nimel (rasing permits -used ii__i
M Jtomaatm rai.ged. priority f��, JT^T*
liHbad owa.ra. ijtooh.oi-S,',2ir
i<i-��ri Aiumx ielloriH for range tmAvuli*"
���tnii.t Ft... or partially free.^errnU.
io leu head. a ������.up
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LfflfiJ
Founders and Original Ownus
of STEWART  TOWNSITE.
Head Office
101 Pemberton Block,     -   VICTORIA, B C
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Aee
ROBERT   M.   STEWART,        - .      Presid(
aent
Lots for sale in all parts of town
Listings of properties for sale wanted
STEWART LAND CO,, LTD.
Fifth St, Stewart, BC
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  BUTCHER^
WE   DO  NOT   SELL   CHEAP   MEAT
DUT   GOOD   MEAT   CHEAP	
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
MRS. W. J. JANCOWSKI
Teacher of
Pianoforte
STEWART,   B.   C.
TOOTH'S
SMOKE..
SHOP...
Soft Drinks on Ice
PIPES AND
FRESH TOBACCO
King Edward
Grill and .
Dining Room
OPEN DAY AM) NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies j
a Specialty
REST
COFFEE
IN
TOWN
WILLIAM BLACK
Proprietor
GRAND   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
Steamers sailing between Seattli*, Victoria, Vancouver, nr>an ra��
Swanfcon's Ray, Prince Rupert, Anyox, Stewart and Queen CharloW
Islands.
���SAILINGS from PRINCE ROPERT
THURSDAYS   AND   SUNDAYS   AT    12    MIDNIGHT
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 t     ^I:lil
for
Smithers, Prince George, Edmonton and Winnil
connections for all points East and
For further information  apply to any Grand Tn
or to <{. A. McNicholl, Asst. General Freight nn
Passenger Agent, Prince Rupert
-, making <-'���*
ulli.
- ficiHc -**���"
Flawn'sFmit Store
INTERNATIONAL   AVENUE
HYDER,   :   :    ALASKA
HEADQUARTERS IN THIS DISTRICT
For Fresh Fruits and Green
nts ever)
etables. New
week. Canned
than Pre-War prices
BUTTER  AND  EGGS ILVM_i��i2
GEORGE   L.   FLAWN, ^0?
Shipments   -
Goods at l��wer
BACON I
PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST   5,   1921
ANTICIPATION
WILL  SAVE
YOU   MONEY
IF You will anticipate your
requirements IN
GROCERIES
HARDWARE
FURNISHINGS
FOR   NEXT   SIXTY   DAYS
And let us submit you prices, we
assure you that we can save you
money. CASH is at a premium
with us and makes a loud noise
BRING IN YOUR LISTS
LET  US  FIGURE  WITH YOU
Salmon River
Trading Co'y
ALASKA   MINERAL   YIELD
Alaskan mineral production for 1920 j
��� amounted to $23,303,000 showed an  au-
I
'��� vanoe of more than $3,500,000 as  com-1
j pared with 1919.  according to a aum-1
; mary issued last week by the geelogical
i Burvey at Washington. 'The   gain  in
j 1902, it is said, was due entirely to thi-!
i increase in the  copper output,   which
advanced  from  $8,783,000  in   1919 to
$12,960,000, although only eight copper
mines were operated in Alaska in   1920
as against   eleven   in   1919.   Gold pro
duction, however, fell off more than
11,000,000.
Mineral production in Alaska during
1.20 wai given as follow.: Gold, $8,-
365,000. Copper, $12,060,000. Silver,
81,039,000. Coal, $355,000. Tin, $16,-
000. Lead, $144,000. Platinum minerals. ?160,OoO. Petroleum, marble,
gypsum and such minerals, $266,000.
The value of the total mineral output
of the territory during forty years of
mining is $461,474,789.
High Grade Oil
One of the most significant of all reports coming from the Fort Norman
regions in respect to the new oil strike
there is that the oil is of high grade
and will not freeze. Yukoners who arrived here last week from Fort Norman
confirm previous reports to the effect
the oil is of a most volatile character.
This points strongly to the possibility of
pipiqg the oil to market, and should the
piping project be carried out the flow
in all likelihood would continue throughout the winter as well aB the summer.
Such being the case there would be no
necessity of suspension or produotion at
any period.
The greatest activity of the future
commercial world is destined to be about
the rim of the Pacific ocean. The
nearest point to the Pacific from Fort
Norman leads through Yukon. Thi.s
would lead the pipe line through this
territory, and thns bring much future
activity to Yukon.
The various reports this season from
Fort Norman say that the oil did not
freeze at 55 degrees or more below
zero. A recent authority, writing on
the subject, said:
"Vice-President A M. McQueen, of
the Imperial Oil company, in reported
as having said that the Fort Norman
oil does not freeze under any test to
which it has been put, not even at 55
below zero. This is apparently explained by the absence of paraffine, although the oil contains 40 per cent of
the lighter products of distillation, such
as naptha, gasoline and kerosene. The
peculiar composition of the crude oil
may make the solution of the problem
of t-ansportation to the world's markets
a much simpler affair than would
appear from a casual glance al the
map. "���Dawson News.
CONCENTRATES
STEWART PHARMACY
.   GEORGE A. FRASER
Proprietor
F.   C. LAWRENCE
OPTICIAN
__ut*:>v)L*\*_
rVYALTHAMl
LARGE   STOCK
LOW   PBICES ..
WATCHMAKER
JEWELER
HYDER,  ALASKA
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
Leading hotel in north_jrn
british columbia
H. B. ROCHESTER, Manag.r
European Plan 81.50 per day up
DON'T   MERELY  ADMIRE.
W.   H.   LEISHMAN'S   CLOTHING
WEAR   THEM
MAKERS OF THE BEST TAILORED GARMENTS FOR MEN
H.  ZEFFERT,  Special Agent,   :   :   STEWART, B. C.
GREEN
FORESTS
MEAN MORE
BURNT
FORESTS
MEAN LESS
PAYROLLS
FISH
EMPLOYMENT
CROPS
RECREATION
GAME
MORAL���Be Careful With Fire
The mines at Rossland are working
only a few men.
Quebec is the chief source of the
world's supply of asbestos.
There is a shortage ot hard rock
miners in the Mayo district.
East Kootenay is second in mineral
production in British Columbia.
Golden has two smelters. That's all.
They never worked- nor never will.
Canada produces 90 per cent of the
world's cobalt and 85 per  cent  of   its
nickel.
Five mining properties that have been
idle for two years, are operating around
Slocan City.
The cleanup, last week, on the Wild
Horse creek, East Kootenay, netted 60
onnces of gold.
Black sand, bearing high grade
gold values, has been found near Cran-
brook, Ea=t Kootenay.
A nugget worth $3.15 was found in a
chicken's crop, at Yale, last week. All
hen's are being assayed.
Squawi and squawmen made good
wages, this spring, panning the gravels
of the Fra-er at Lillooet.
Despite the hostde attitude of the
Indians, a miniature gold stampede is
on to the lands of the Indian reserve at
Douglas lake.
Placer mining is active at Rock Creek,
in the Boundary country. Over sixty
years ago gold was taken in largj
quantities from this creek.
The Providence mine, Greenwood,
after a five year shut down, is operating
steadily with a force of 25 men. High
grade ore'is being taken out.
The $250,000 cement plant built at
Princeton a few years ago, but never
turned a trick, has been dismantled.
Junk men bought the machinery.
Spokane mtn are negotiating for the
St. Eugene mine at Moyie. Several
years ago this property was a big producer, but has been idle for some time.
The opinion appears to be prevalent
in many quarters on the outside that
the general upward swing from the
general depression will be led by the
metaliferous mining industry.
Strikes of gold quartz apparently
bearing more than $100 to the ton, in a
district thirty-nine miles to the south
of Anchorage, have been reported, and
prospectors are stampeding to the area
of the discovery.
An honest wildcatter is a public benefactor, and instead of misconstruing
the term which is applied to him, the
public should understand teat it is these
pioneers in any industry, and particularly the oil and mining industries, who
are responsible for the wealth and development of the west today. The
wildcatter is a necessary "evil." Take
off your hat to him.���Exchange.
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
"Boundary," "Cabin," "Grub,"
"Grubstake," ������Lucky," "International Fraction," "Duly," "Group,"
mineral claims, situate in the Portland
Canal mining division of Cassiar
district.
Where located: On east fork Cascade
creek, Salmon Kiver valley.
Take notice that 1, P. S. Jack,
of Stewart, B.C., acting as agent for
Amos B, Trites, Free Miner's Certificate No. I6311C; Koland VV. Woods,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 16810C; W,
K. Wilson, Free Miner's Certificate No.
16312C, and Patrick Duly, Free Miner's
Certificate No. 58868C, intend, sixty
days from the dale hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt ot the above
claims. Ami further lake notice that
action, under section 86, must be com-
mencad before the issuance of such
Certificate "f Improvement-,
Dated this 23rd day of Julv,
A.D. 1921. 10
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
FRED DOREY
Manager
Salmon River
Auto Transfer
Stewart-Hyder
Stage
F. R. NAGLE,     -     Proprietor
Launch Provincial
CAPTAIN  SWANSON
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 ��wharr 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.
AGENT FOR PORTLAND CANAL MARITIME COMPANY
King
Edward Hotel
STEWART,   -   B.  C.
HEADQUARTERS   FOR
IN   PORTLAND   CANAL
MINING   MEN
DISTRICT. . .
. . .YOUR   COMFORT. . .
FIRST CONSIDERATION
EUROPEAN   PLAN
. .$1.00 PER DAY. .
v
W.
H.   TOLIN,
Manager
NEWELL   BROS.
Fifth St. Stewart, b.c.
Comfortable furnished rooms Barber shop in connection
Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks       SOLO TABLES
Wm.   FRASER
BuildingContractor
Estimates Furnished --   Work Guaranteed
STEWART. B.C.
Comer Auto Transfer   between stewart
and Jitney Service ....        and hyder
DAY   AND   NIGHT
i
Garage Corner Sixth and Conway
Stand at Stewart Hotel
11.  COMER,  Managtr
Tel. 2 long   1 short PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST   5,   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. $��3,668,284; Lead. 46.637,221;
Copper, $161,513,864; Zinc, $19,896,466; Coal and Coke. $212,-
573,492; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $32,168,217; Miscellaneous
t Minerals, $1,037,408; making its_Mineral Production to the end of
1920 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF ��706,192,978
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, $142,072,603;     for  five    years,
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1920, $35,543,084.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $331,995,328
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees
lower than those of any other 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, may
te obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia.
HIGH   GRADE   EXTRACTS
ut
Canadian National rahvays have
employees wages 12 per cent.
Over 5000 cars of fruit will be Bent
out of the Okanagan this season.
Cranbrook, East Kootenay, is exper-
encing a building boom, and business is
brisk.
Penticton has a municipal bathing
house. Okanaganers must be a dirty
bunch.
A woman in Ontario was recently
sentenced to be silent six months. This
is a cruel world.
The run of sockeye to the northern
waters of the province this season is
the poorest in twenty years.
The telegraph service between Seattle
aud New York is the longest transcontinental line La the world.
Magistrate Jury of Victoria has decided it is lawful to> pack a ���'Mickey"
in your pocket.    Wise judge!
In Oklahoma over 2000 Indians will
receive $10,000 each from the sale of
oil rights.    Lo, the poor Indian!
Fi*ed Stork of Prince Rupert has been
chosen by the Liberals to conte-t the
Skeena riding at the next federal general
election.
A few days ago a bank president in
Chicago got three years in a federal
prison for stealing $500,000. Pretty
good salary.
The clockmakers in Massachusatts
are on strike. All hands are laid off.
The only scab is the clock. It refuse-)
to strike.   ]This is a joke.[
The pioneer town of the Cariboo is
now in direct railway communication
with the world. Steel on the P. G. E.
reached Queshel last week.
It is "agin" the law in Toronto to
show the Carpentier-Dempsey fight,
pictures. But some merchants still sell
14 ounces of sugar to the pound.
M. Greenfield, vice-president of the
United Farmers of Alberta, has been
chosen by his party for the position of
premier.    "Greenfield" is appropriate.
Stewart
Look at the map of British Columbia | tained.   The oil sandB are located at   a
depth of about   sixteen   hundred   feet
and  enough   investigation   has   taken
with an unbiased mind. Roughly Vancouver is 800 miles from the same
point in the Peace River country that
is reached in 400 miles from Stewart,
which is the natural outlet for the
whole northern and eastern interior.
Nearly every settler in the Peace
River district is talking of railway
communication with the coast.
Speaking in broad terms there are
thirty-two millions of acres of the
Peace River district situated within the
boundaries of British Columbia, and
more than forty millions of acres within the Province of Alberta, most of it
being suitable agricultural land for
mfced farming or ranching In addition there is a vast area ��f mineral and
timber resources, the extent of which iB
only beginning to be realized.
Immense deposits of anthracite coal
have been located and the president of
the Peace Kiver Board of Trade is
authority for the- titatement that this
coal grade, higher than Pennsylvania
coal.
Extensive exploration work ia being
carried on in connection with oil and
already startling results have  been ob-
place to be assured that they are of
wonderful extent. There is also an
abundance of natural gas.
The arsa under cultivation at present
is only about three hundred thousand
acres and the population of the whole
district is about twenty thousand. The
first grain was sent out of the country
three years ago, and consisted ef less
than one thousand bushels. Last year
nine million bushels were produced from
about a qtt&rter million acres, the average wheat yield being thirty-five bushels to the acre or nearly double the
average of other portions of Alberta.
The land is also well adapted for the
raising of stock of all kinds, particularly hogs.
lt iB reasonable to suppose that if
two hundred and fifty thousand acres
are now producing nine million bushels
of grain, that within a very few >oars
there will be ten million acres producing three hundred and fifty million bushels of grain, or roughly, ten million
tons. ���
Mayo is booming. Tents are going
up everywhere and many good houses
are being built. _   t
An iuteiior paper states that coal oil
is cheaper than whisky. But who
wants to drink coal oil?
There are 10,000 Dukobors in and
around Grand Forks and not one subscribes for the local paper.
Shortage of water is causing a heap
of grief for Penticton farmers these
days. While shortage of beer is causing
a revolution in Germany.
Last week a Victoria pickpocket
told the judge that the victim reported
his loss far beyond the amount actually
stolen. Even a thief hates to be short
changed.
Tennis is the chief industry of Dnn-
can. Last week the Leader of that
village devoted four columns to lawn
tennis and three inches to high school
examinations.
The other day a Seattle man was
sentenced to jail for stealing two five-
cent cigars. If they were anything like
the ordinary nickel smokes sold he
ought to be decorated for bravery.
Sousa Thappage died at Fort George
last week, aged 103 years. Hia preemption was the townsite of that city.
He used tobacco for over 90 years.
Here is a warning to all users of the
weed.
Percy Peel who, a number of years
ago, was collector of customs at White !
Horse, is now the tyee of customs at
New Westminster. At one time he was
the fastest typesetter on the Pacific
slope.
The next session of the federal house
will reduce senators' salaries. The
number of senators could also be rs-
duced. The birds would sing just as
sweetly, and farmers would have just
as good crops.
At Penticton, last week, a Chink, for
having in possession a supply of the
fruit of the poppy, and the necessary
machinery for converting same into
"hop dreams," secured a job for two
months in the provincial jail.
Uncle Sam is not going to allow another heavyweight prize fight to be
pulled off. It is too brutal. The next
match will probably be by wire. That
is, each champion remaining in his
native town and telegraphing the
punches. That would be painless
prize fighting.
Remitting Money by Mail
A - SAFE and convenient form of remitting
-��> money by mail, not only in Canada
but
to
any part of the world, is by Drafts issued by |
Bank of Montreal.    These drafts can be
at   the  local  bank  designated.     The
nominal.
cashed
cost  U
BANK of MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED OVER loo YEARS
C��pll I P ���',' i ���. f_? "V--* o-o -... ..	
Total Asset! in Excess of $500,000,000
"000
-. �� .     ... -  .
�������t**��-SB-._-*.��
STEWART BRANCH
I. S.
WHITTAKKR, Ma
naper
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
$100      A
RATES,
DAY
BATHS
CORNEK l-Oi'l
COLUMBIA
SPECIAL
JOHNSON *      --
ROOM FOR  LADIES
Baths
.H AND
SI
Proprietor
GRAND   SMOKERY
MAIN   STREET,    HYDER
Tobacco,   Cigars,  Soft   Drinks, and
Confectionery
MRS.   ANNA   CHRISTOPHER.
'ropnetor
CHEER   UP!
Why don't you smile a little bit?
1 know you're feeling blue,
But when you look at me like that
-You make me gloomy, too.
I know, of course, it's very hard
When things are really black;
But you are not the only one
With troubles in your paek.
There's not a soul that you  may   meet
But has some secret care,
Suppose they all behaved like you!
Life would be hard to bear.
If every face were  dark with  frowns,
If not an eye were bright,
If every mouth just drooped and drooped
From morning until night.
So turn the corners up a bit;
If Fate's unkind, deny her
The chance of scoring over you;
She yields if you defy her.
A Hard Job
Lazy Mike - "I have a new position
with the railroad company."
Weary Rhodes "What jagonado?"
Lazy Mike "You know the fellow
that goes aloiiside the train and taps
the axles to see if everything's all
light?   Well, I help him to listen. "
Very Shocking
Reformi r ���" Why, good heavens,
skirts are at the bnee row!"
Sophisticated One '���What? They
are!    When did they come down?"
in
Don't Do It
Ladies! Skip this para^aph! It is
reaUy unfit for publication���it got into
our mail hy mistake, and the printer
was asked to destroy it or set it wrong
side up:
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;/wous, 0} v>u IM-Snu a'is SappetUOl b,-*!
UBiuoM  b  saujoM  J*U|qiXuB ti.a.ui-'- j|
Mary Up to Now
That Mary had a little lamh
Is of the story only half
As she goes by
Her skirt knee high
Reveals as well her little calf.
Hotel
Hyder
HYDER,  ALASKA
M. R.  JAMIESON,   Prop.
GATEWAY   TO 3ALM0N    RIVER
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICE.
Good ' Hop,,   mineral  i laim,  sitaaU
the      Portland    Ca   il      ininj
division of Cassiar disti
Where located:   In the u per Salmon
River valley, adjoinii g  thi   Si
group. .,
Take notice thai   I.   P.   S.  ���'       I
Stewart, B. C, actii .���        ���  ' ,r A
B. Armstrong, Free Mi i rs' Cerl    -I
No. 46907C; William Kei I Teol   I
Miners' Ceruficate  No   I     -i      .''
sixty days from   the  date hi re f, I
apply to   ih"  Mining Recorder for'
Certificate of  Impr ven    '*���  '"'
purpose of  ol tail     : a Cr, ������'   ��������-'
of  the above claim.
And further take notice that a
under section 85, m si   I
before the p.suan    ol such Certi
of Improver��� nts.
Dated     this   seventh d
A.D. 1921.
:' J *
A Rugged Product
"How did that homemade booze of
yours turn out?" "Not very well as a
beverage, but it makes the sewing
machine run beautifully,"
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
"Northern Light No. 1," "Northern
Light No. z," "Northern Light No. 8,"
"Northern Light No. 4," 'Northern
Light No. 5," "Northern Light No*.8,"
"Northern Light No. 7," "Northern
Light No. B," 'Northern Light Fraction," Northern Light No. 1 traction,"
"Woodbine," "Woodbine Fraction,"
"Kitchener," "Loser," mineral claims,
situated in the Portland Canai Mining
Division of Cassiar district   .
Where located: On east fork Cascade
creek, Salmon river valley.
TAKE NOTICE that I, P. S. Jack,
of Stewaii, II. (!., acting as agent
for Charles Bunting, Free Miners' Certificate No, 16845C; William Bunting,
Free Miners' Certificate No 4687i>C;
Charlea Henry Luke, tree Miners'Cer-
tlfleate No. 408460: David O'Leary,
Free Miners' Certificate No.  469444 ,
John Hovland, Free Minors' Certificate
No. 46870C, intends, sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder tors ( ertincate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining I
('rown Grant of tha above claims,
And further take notice that action,
under section h5, must be commenced
before tha issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this Lith dav of .lulv, A.D.,
1921, 10
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICE,
Bella Coola, Silver Leaf, M :
Ladybird No, Zmimral
in  the Portland Canal
of   Cassiar   district.     V>
In cascade Creek vi   i
Itke. ,,     ,;  Mork
Take notice that  I
_-nrt. B.C., ll
Miner's
Free   Mini
tati
notice that  1'
of Stewart, B.C., ; .' ' V
as   agent   f r C   *
Certificate .-���    ��� ���
Clegg.    Frc   Min,
48668C,   and   the .' . m the
Chappie, intend, i ���,, ������:
dale    hereof, to .'    " ,     ,
R rder for a Certil
ments. for th.  I
Crown Grant of the h
And further! k.
under section    >. n
before the i ��� ���
of Improvement
Dated this
M1NERAI
Certificati i '
N 0 T11 i
I ���:.���
Texada
situate in   the
division ol   I
Where lo,
Creek, Sain
Ifckenotic, Ll
of Stewart, U �� ..���i.N.-"-'
tho B.C. Silver M
Lh��   r
'   .....
i
for
free minei
tend,    sixtj
hereof,      to     ��l'l
Recorder    for
nrovemei I
laii,ing ��
claim
And furthei
under iectloi
before then-M,,
of improve,
Dated thi"
1981,
tl..'
_��_L 01
,,���rt>��-.- ' ,
take n.
must
f the
2b""
t
nai
ol Jui-
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