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 provincial Library,
Victoria,
B. C.
THE NEWS WILL KEEP
70U POSTED ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF THE
MINE&-I6.00 THE YEAR.
v<1
Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of  Northwestern British Columb
SBm) THIS COPY TO
YOUR H-RrRND WHO
WANTS HSTORMATfON
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
ta
VOL. 7, NO. 11
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST   7,  1925
$5 THE  YEAR   10c. ths Copy
PORTER IDAHO
ORE SHIPMENTS
High-grades Start Moving
Out���New Vein Vastly
Increases Reserves of Ore
For Shipment
WELL PLEASED
WITH THE TROY
R. L. Forrest of Vancouver,
president of the Northland Mining Co., left for the south Monday night after looking over the
holdings of the company the Troy
group, in company with E. A.
Haggen, M. E., of Vancouver,
from j Mr Forrest, who has been un-
goe-ijused to the hills for a number of
CONCERNING DUNWELL
high-
The News has expended all
efforts trying to get reliable
information. Wires are out
of commission. All kinds of
rumors are afloat. When we
get the truth we will print it.
A. B. Trites left for Vaneouver
The first  shipment  of
g-ade    ore    this    year    irom j.vir rorrest. who has   been   un-     P. Marin is back from an   ex-
tbe  Porter   Idaho   mine,    goe-sjused to the hills for a number of tended visit outside,
south to the   smelter  at   Selby, | years, feared terrors and tribula-j    A.E. McMullen returned Tues-
California, this week,   which   is I tions in negotiating the twenty-1 day night from Hazelton.
thefirstof a series of shipments-f1Ve milea of trail  to   the  Troyi    Mrs Carolan went south on   a
to be made that  are  estimated greup bl,t he encountered no dif-j business trip Tuesday night,
will average 60 tons per month.  ficulties nor  discomforts.     Mrj    Six pack horses arrived   from
the present pack train   being in- Haggen. who is  hard-boiled   on!the south last Saturday for Fred
creased to allow  of  this.   This
ora is from a winze sunk in one
or the high-grade shoots in   the
old workings from   which   ore
was extracted   at
profit last season.
now down 65 feet, and   as  the
high-grade shoot in the   vein   is
still averaging 12 inches   wide,
ii is proposed   to   continue   the
winze dews to at least 100 feet.
Work at the mine is progressing most satisfactorily. Drifting on the last vein cut  in  the
tunnel has been commenced, this!a serjes 0f veins   are  associated!    Gordon Ryder left for Vancou-
vein, besides   carrying   a   good j with the -\-\-e3%   jhe main  con-;ver Tuesday night,   having   re-
the trails of B. C, had   no  such'Young.
qualms.    On their return,   both!    W. J. Crawford  left   Monday
expressed   themselves   as  more i night on a business trip to   Van-
than surprised and   pleased  at ^ couver.
a   handsomei the extent of the mineralization!    S.G.Benson, Mrs Benson and
This winze is j they saw and the accessibility of I little Buster arrived   from   Van
WEATHER IS BAD
FOR ROAD WORK
Much to the surprise of mining and business men of the district, a number of men were this
week laid off of the government
road construction and repair
work.
On the Bear river road consid-j Two shifts are now employed
erable work has already been |at the Rufus driving a crosscut
completed. The road over Ward's tunnel for the purpose of proving
Pass has been greatly improved; ths downward continuation of
here a lot of heavy rock work!one of the several high-grade
was done, and as a result the veins. In addition to this, e
Pass no longer constitutes a dif-1 crew is employed building trails
ficulty to transportation up  the to the various showings, in prep-
GOING AHEAD
ON THE RUFUS
Program of Development is
Being Worked Out That
Provides for Operations
Next Winter
the property.
The original owners, Niel
Mc-
couver Saturday.
Br. C. D. Carter.
well known
Donald and Chas. Lake,  had re-,dentist, has opened a dental par-
ported three leads.   Mr Haggen j,or in the Marmot Hotel,
says there are at   least  twenty.]    B.R.Lamb, well known Mon-
A system of dikes, which has net jtreal mining engineer, was look,
yet been figured   out  entirely, ]-**  over  local  Properties
cuts through the   ground,   and:week.
this
body of milling-grade  ore,
alf0! tact vein, on which the work
is
ceived word that his   mother  is
Saturday.
D.W. McLeman is away on a
business trip south.
Mr and Mrs Wm. Tompkin
j left for Vancouver Monday.
T.W. andF. M. Winlow of the
j Barite, left for Seattle Monday
'night.
i A.B.Ernst, managing director
i of the Rufus, left for Seattle
I Saturday.
I Miss Betty Jack returned last
i Monday night from a visit in
' Vancouver.
I O.B. Bush, head of the National Silver, returned from Vancouver Saturday.
J.A.Hall, president of the Salmon River Bank, returned from
Seattle Saturday.
Notice to chicken owners���
The season for shooting chicken-
killing dogs is always open. Oil
up that shotgun.
Chas. E. Herron, of Vancouver, was in camp early in the
week in connection with his various mining interests.
Jimmy Nicholson, machinist
at the Premier, who was struck
in the eye by a piece of  babbitt!the old pack traiL   The right   fI U A DM PIT     IICTM 0
treat_jwayanda   considerable am      fTfAS fl/fl (J I       MLlRLO
Bear river valley. From the
north end of the Pass the new
'cut-eff to Bitter creek is nearly
completed, affording a good road
thn ugh to Bitter creek. It is
hoped that a start will be made
this year on the cut-off between
Bitter creek bridge   and   Muddyj
aration for more extensive oper.
ations.
It is the intention of ths company to work all winter, letting
a contract which has fer its purpose ths cutting at depth the
intersection of a  milling-grade
vein, with a  high-grade  vein,
Gulch, also that the gulch  will|both of which have Deen traced
be made passable for traffic.        j on the surface for a considerable
Om Marmot river road a large distance. Tht tunnel is so  laid
portion of the crew was laid off, out a9 to be ultimately  used  as
and those remaining will be em-|the main working tunnei 0f the
ployed finishing up certain work|mine
and repairing some bad spots inl
having a very good shoot of high-jbeingdone> ig   everything  that dangerously ill
grade, which is being drifted on
and extracted for shipment.    By
the owners claimed.
A good camp has  been   estab-
laid
i
tonnage  of   high-j
continuing this drift  northerly lished and permanent work
about 430 feet it v i I  pass under     4      , mna
K lout, a large
thewinie,   giving  500   feet  of; Krade is on the durnp   ready  for .    n ,,  m.  .
backs at that point and opening:^ and wU, be shipped thisif rem^r Go,df M,�����
a large tonnage of  milling  ore,' j for  the   south   Saturday
will also  afford   a   considerable1      ' ,     ^ ...    ; spending a week at the mine.
Tha fact that the Forty  N.ne,    Mrs Wattf who ha8 been visit
Mrs Gus Seiffert arrived  from
'Vancouver Monday night to join
i her   husband,   manager  of  the
Emperer mine.
R.W.Wood, president  of  tbe!
Co..   left!
after
tonnage of high-grade  ore  that
can be shipped at  a   very  gcol
profit.
Another vein   carrying  high-
grade ore has recently been   discovered, and is now being developed, in the course of which the
high-grade, is  being  sorted   forj
shipment.   Asa result  of   this!
summer's development the Por-1
ter Idaho is making a far better
snowing than was expected  of
it by even its most   ardent   sup-'
Porters. ��� |
metal, has gone south for
ment.
Die. H. A. Whillans, Physician
and Surgeon. Office, oorner 6th
and Victoria Sts. Hours. 12
o'clock, noon, to 3 p. m., and by
appointment. [
The Rev. T.R. Wright of Kin-
eolith, arrived on the Cardena
Monday night and is spending
his holiday with his old college
chum, Rev. Mr Ashley/
Father Godfrey will hold   ser-
J way and a   considerable amount j
iof grading have been  completed)
on the new road  for a  distance     AnglIS McLeod, managing  di-
of about a mile from the   beach frector of th# Marmot MetaIa Co#
and constitutes a good start forj was in town during the tore part
has gone under active operat.cn(feg hef brother Qeorge ^^
by the Guggenheims or their as- daughter�� Mrs Bert Smith,
sociates. brings transportation, lrft M(mday B|ght &r hfir hon|e
within twe miles of the Troy and ^ g.^ Mftn
greatly simplifies this  problem. pnnornft  nr.*. nf the most
]    G-K-Bancrolt' oneoTtnemosl every day throughout the  com
I prominent mining engineers  of U     week>
next year, wker. it is hoped that
! sufficient funds will be available
for its completion to the forks.
When asked the reason for
closing down so early in the season the local officials statea that
the funds appropriated for this
work are nearly used up, and as
vices in the Catholic Church   atjno more appear to   be  available
10 o'clock on Sunday  mornings, !this year- thev have no other re"
August 9 and 16, and at 8 a. m.
I for its operators.
L & L SHIPPING
| the continent, arrived Saturday
! from La Pas to  look
I ever again.
i
ceurse but to shut down.     How
ever, a lot of very good work has
been done which, as it is follow-
a]|!edupfrem year  to  year,   will
the  camP j their moral support and as many ' eventual'yKivethis district ihe\ being carried on.     This  work,
I as possible furnish exhibits, the | much-needed road transportation j however, has been to a great ex-
If mining men   will   give
of the week ordering material
for the construction of a winter
camp at an elevation of about
800 feet above the bottom of the
valley. Material has also been
ordered for the construction of
a single-track tram, 800 feet
long, from the end of the horse
trail to the winter camp site, in
order to greatly cheapen winter
transportation.
It is understood that very good
results are being obtained from
the development work whish   is
Ore is ceming  down  the  hill
GOLD DISCOVERY
Make your visit to Prince Ru-1 Prince Rupert Annual Exhibition so essential to its development.
���     . i ��� i,   f r -m Pert dUrin* f8ir time'   The Falr' *--- t>6 a Potent factor in the con-
by pack tram   this   we k  from    oa),dandnumerous ^.^
theL&L Glacier  Creek  mine���^^w0fk |f| Qrder  thgt  yoQ
for shipment to the Selby  smel- may derJve pl9asure and profit#
ter.   It is the intention to  ship*   ^ loctl troup tf Boy  Scouti
only 20 tons at this time because I ^ ^  ^  ^  for &
of difficult  transportation.     On
account of heavy rains the gov-,
week's camping in the neighbor-
Mil,,,-vr-i    .-.��� ,i        i,*1  ,, | hood of the Big Missouri,  under
Mike MUos this week brought ;ernment has been unable to com-1 Qf ^ Master  ^ A
'niome fine pearl quartz contain-jp]ete ^e trail as promised,   and Ashley
"���g a number of free gold crys-1 packing the ore down  from  thej
tals.   This came from a new dis-1   ;ne to the wagon road presents!
��.very made on a group  of  six I ft probIem< iterfield. inspector of scales, found
claims recently staked   by   him-
'i   Talk about hohesty-J.C. But-
sources.
!}.���*
LAKEVIEW
Miss R. Wells recently arrived [
from Winnipeg to take  charge!    Contradicting a report which
of the  local   general   hospital.'was circulate�� throughout  the
succeeding  Mrs  Andrew,   who!district durin* the Past few days
resigned. Miss Wells is no stran
self, Harry Wilkinson and  J. D.
McDonald on the  east  side of
W. A. Yount and  James Otto
arrived from Victoria last Satur
Portland Canal about  six   miles -ay and are spending the  week
south of Stewart.     Two  other 'iookin{? over the camp in general
veins have been  found  on  the
Property, carrying galena  and
-ron. Only a few shots have been
Put into the ground, but  is  the
ntentien of the owners to return
;ind do some systematic prospecting.
all scales correct, on his first visit
in 16 years. Incidentally, he
soaked everybody plenty for
making the examinations.
Dan Davis, pioneer of the dis-
and the Texas Creek Comstock j trict and one of the original own-
in particular. They are interest- |ers of the Daly Alaska, has reed in this property with Beaton jturned from South Bend, Ind.,
& Hemswerth of Vancouver who where he has been for the past
recently acquired control of the; two years. Mrs Davis returned
company owning it. j with him.
ger to Stewart nor the hospital,
haying been matron there fer
several months last year.
' Diamond   Joe"   McDonald,
setter for Boyles Bros., the  dia
R.F.Hill, manager of the Lake
View, states that work at the
mine has not been suspended
and there is no intention of such
actien being taken; on the contrary,  the machinery   is   being
mond drillers who are deing the j th��rou8hlv overhauled in   prep-
work of this kind in the Portland aration for more extensive  underground operatious.    In |the
'meantime six men are empleyed
Canal district, is down from the
National Silver, where the con �����
pany has a machine inoperatior.
This company has two drills
working at the Premier, two at
the Forty Nine, one at the National Silver and one at the White
Heather.
exploring surface outcrops that
have not yet been tapped at
depth securing information concerning the property that must
be obtained before the surface is
covered with snow.
tent confined to the high ground,
and consisted principally of surface operations, such as prospec-
j ting and open cutting,   resulting
in the location and tracing on the
surface for a distance  of  from
:j00 to 400 feet,  of a   promising
galena vein in the  "big zone."
which traverses the high ground.
With the approach of the end of
the season   attention   has  been
turned to the  lower  ground  in
preparation for winter, resulting
in the commencement of a tunnel
near the winter camp site which
has for its object the cutting at
a depth of  100  feet the  well-
known   Montana   vein,    from
which shipments were made by
leasers in the  past,   and  which
crops an the face of the mountain
for a distance ef over 800 feet.
Hospital Bazaar Wednesday, PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS.   STEWART,   B. t\,  FRIDAY, AUGUST   7, 1925
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The Portland Canal News
H.   W.   M.   HOUSTON
ViiiU-xr imm< Publiahar
W. R. HULL
Newe rdit��r
aMMBKR    OT    OANAIUAN    WKKKI.Y    NaW-sPAI-RM   AMOCtATHVN
FIVK   HOLLARS   PWR   YKAR
Ad\.arlltlna   Rataa.
Waylay Adve��rtialng, 60 centa par inch por iaaue. Ueaalin-j
Nettm, SO oent* pet Iht*.
apeci-il IVsition Display or Keaitun*, 25 per cent above
t*** ratea.
���miNo��t�� of improvement, ji.s (tr more Mm eae ���tatat-
M.M far each additional claim mentioned)
i.Mi-u Notion, $10. Om! NeKeee, 17. Water KoMoh no.
N.i  A.lv��r(lali��u  AscptaJ  for  Nret   ��'����<���
THE EARTH'S CRUST
THE   PHRASE   "the earths crust"
comes to have a more vivid  significance
whan we read the press dispatches from
Fiumicino, Italy,   about 25  miles  from
Rome, telling of liquid lava tapped at that
place by a hole only 125 feet deep.   The
hole was being dug in preparing foundations for a gas factory.    (.asses  began
coming into thc hole, mid   the  laborers
made their escape; then lava rose in the
hole and filled it, and is now overflowing it.
Truly, the crust at this point is a thin
one: and there is an astonishingly sharp
line shown between this cool solid crust
and the liquid lava below. A current geological conception is that rock magma in
depth is approached through a long transition, during which the solid rock  becomes more and more plastic; but  this
conception is not sufficiently supported by
other than theories.
Whether the crust is everywhere underlain by fluid magma is uncertain. In
any event it is certain that the thickness
varies enormously. In the western United
States, as, for example, in Nevada, observations on In-nt increment indicate that
the volcanic layer may not be so many
thousands of feet down; while in areas
like the Pre-Cambrian of Canada we have
no evidences of any underlying magmas
since the Pre-Cambrian practically an
eternity, measured in human lives. On
the Atlantic seaboard ef North America,
the last lava eruptions were long ago in
the Triassic, yet at the close of the Cretaceous a great curved rift in the crust,
reaching from western New York at least
into Missouri and Arkansas, permitted
theupwelling of dikes which showed a
uniform magma body underlying the
whole great area.
Nearly everywhere, of course, the
depth of fluid magma is so great aa to be
practically beyond the power of man to
reach. Even in regions of volcanic activity, an occurrence like that reported is
unprecedented.
IGNORANCE OF THE ARCTIC
In its "masthead" Ihe Wide World
Mngazine, publisned in London, says:
"Every narrative must be strictly true in
every detail nnd a written statement to
this effect must be furnished."
The magazine is extremely interesting, covering as it does the adventures of
travellers in every part of the world; but
it is easily hoaxed. As an example, the
June number of this year carries a story
entitled "Five Hundred Miles in Open
Boats."
Tho yarn describes a trip along the
const of the Arctic ocean, starting June
..0 and lasting 13 days. The author says:
"The pitch-black darkness, relieved only
by the glare of our electric torches, feeble
enough in that land of gloom ..." etc., in
recounting one of the many imnginnry
perils he describes. This expression brands
him as a faker nnd the editor of the magazine as woefully ignorant on climatic
conditions in the Arctic. Every ten-year-
old school boy knows, or should know,
that during the middle of the summer the
sun does not set north of the Arctic circle
in the region described.
X-ray Fund Donations
Premier (..old Mining Co, $200.00
Andy Archie      25.IK)
Dunwell, Claeier Creek
aud Silverado     60.00
Col. tt D.   Davies        5.00
Moots Lodge dance     807.85
Pioneers of Alaska ....     15.(X)
Marmot Metals Mininir Co. 25.00
MINKRAI. Air
lYrtiflt-ute  of Improvement*
NOTICI
Sioknnx Mineral Claim, situate In
Ow Cortland Canal Mining Division of
Caastai I'inti'ii-t.
Whurf located: On Marmot litis.
Portland Canal.
Taks notice that Dalhy ti. Morkill,
of Stewart. II. ('., acting at agent for
Rolierl K. McKechmti, Five Miner'a
Certilicate No. WmC, Mini H.C. Magee
Fiw Miner's Certificate No. mawc,
Intend*, sixty day* from tho date hero
of, to apply  to  tM   Mining   Recorder
foi u I'ortltleate of Improvement*,   for
thr purpOM of obtaining a Crown Grant
Of lill' lillOVO illlllll
An I furthei tui-.* Milea that Action,
mulct- section s;>, nuiMt In* communed
hcii.ic the issuance of tuoli Certificate
of Improvements.
1 iiitcii thia 17th ilny of June,
A. I>. (MB, 7
CAROLAN'S
Meat Market and General Store
Hardware      Groceriea       Fresh Meata      Working n *,
Uoot. and Shoe. stove* aad CJ?**
Powder, Capi and Fuse
On* pair genuine Silk Stockings given with Men fin
'���������* porchu.
SALMON RIVER BANKING COMPANY
HYDER,   ALASKA
(Incorporated   Under   the   Uwi  ��f   Alaska)
4    PER    CENT    Paid   on   Saving   Mat.k    ^counti
Canadian Funds Accepted on Deposit.
Money Telegraphed to all Parts of United Statei
J. A. lUl.t., l-re*.    1). LmaaaOBO- Vice Pres.    I   |i   Hauiion, in,I,,,.
MINKRAI. ACT.
Certilicate of Improvementa,
NOTICK.
Jack of t lulis, Ottrnv Krai tional,
Hi. (latino, little ( lulno, Lookout
Kructionul Mineral claima, situate in
the I'i" iiimii Canal Mining Division of
Cassiar district,
Where Indited;    On Lydili'ti Creek.
Take Notice that l-alby It. Morkill,
of Stewart, II. ('., acting iih agent for
Ancle* Jumoa   Martin,   l-'n-<*   Miner'*
(Vrtiiu-itte No. MtttO Intend, sixty
days from the ilato hereof, to apply to
the Mining lloeoider t'nr a Certilicate
of Improvementa, for tho  jmrposo  of
litain'
latins
..iii.in ii a: a ('rown Crant of the   ahove
juir
of tin
Ami further take notice that action,
uiuler section S6, must Im commenced
Mfore tin* issuance of such Certilicate
Of lni|irovctnents.
Dated this -tUh day of June.
A. I). ItfB, 7
Let Your Banker Collect It
IF you wish to collect a debt from a
party in another section, you can have
your banker draw a draft on him at sight
or for a given time. This will be presented
through his local banker as request for
payment from you. When your draft is
paid it is turned over to the payer. It is
his receipt for an account paid.
This is only one of
the numerous ways
in which the Bank
of Montreal can
be of service to its
customers.
"A Bank Whtrt Small Aettmntt Art IVtlcome"
BANK OF MONTREAL
Established over 100 yeara
Total AsmU inexceoecf s7oo.ooo.ooo
1
PORTLAND CANAL
Shares Bought & Sold
C. S. MARCH ANT
V.'.-.i  iVmliortim Hlilg.,   Victoria
TUGBOATS
Rupert Marine I'rodncta, Ltd.
Ceo. G. Itushhy, MAN. DIR.
Prince Rupert,     H.C.
G. C. Andrew
CUSTOMS HOUSU imOKUlt
AOKNT  Foil
Canada Kiro & Accident  Im. Co.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Fire, Accident, and Automohilu
INSURANCE
Stewart J-aml Co, Office,
Stewnrt. H.C.
SYNOPSIS OF -
LAND ACT AMENDMENTS
PNS-IMPTIONS
Vacant, unreserved, eurveyad
Crown landa may be ora-empted by
ltiitiah sui.j.-.-is uv��r ll yeara of aye,
and by alleua on daularlug ijiienilen
to become iirltish subjeola, eurtiS-
tional    upon    realdanue,    occupation,
and   Impruveinant    for    agrlculturel
purpoaaa.
Full inr..iiiHitl(.ii concerning regulation.* ii.--.ai .Una* pre-emptiona la
given tn Hulletln No. 1, Land risrlea,
"How to rru-aui'ii l.un.i," uoplea ef
which can be obtained rree of chare*
by addressing tha Department el
Landa, Victoria. Hi', or to any Oov-
eminent   Aaant.
Heuorda will ba (ranted eoverlna
only   laud auttable   (or    a-jilcultuml
fiurpoaaa, and which la not. tlmbar-
iiiul, I.e., carrying over 6,000 board
feet per acre weat of the Coaat lUug*
aud i,000 faat per aore eaat of that
Itange,
Aptilleatlo.ia   for   |ii��-einiitlollu   ar*
to be addreaaed to the l.nnd Com-
mlaaloner of the Umd Raoordlng Di-
vial.ni, tu which the Itwui applied for
la eltuated, and ara mada on printed
forma, ouplea ot whlnh can be ob-
talnad from the I .ami Commtaaloner,
I'ra-emptlona muat ba nccuplad tfit
five years and Improvemoute made
lo value ot flO par acre, Inuludlug
elmii ina mnl cultivating at laAat Ave
axirea, before a Crown Orant' can be
received.
For more detailed Information aee
tho bulletin "iiow lo lle-etupt
Land."
PURCHASE
Application*, are received for pur-
ohaae of vacant arid unraearved i
Crown lande, not being timberland,
for agricultural parpuiaai minimum
prloe of flrat-olaaa (arable) land la II
per acre, and aeoond ol*aa (graalng)
land 11.80 par acre. Further information ragardlug purohaae or leaee
of Crown landa la given In nulletln
No. 10, Land Serlea, "Purohaae and
Laaea of Crown Landa."
Mill, factory, or industrial altea on
timber land, not exceeding 40 aorea,
may be purchaaed ur leaaed, the ooa*
ditlone including pa'yrh'ent oi
etumpage.
| HOMKeiTI   LEASES
trnaui vayad area*, not exceeding II
Heywood & Leiser
III* II...s.l Hlrml. Vlrtuila, It I
Membcra Victoria Sim I, Rgehange
I        MINES        |
Properties Examined nnd Reports Gh
LatPHt Information Available on
PORTLAND CANAL PROPEttTIES
Mining stocks  lliiunlii and Sold
-n,
I'M
Always Busy
Givinp Good Service
-Exchange Gr
Fresh Broad nnd Pastry   Every Morning
Sole Atfent for  Itraid'.s Tt>u and Coffee.
TKY PLSISHMAN'S XBAST CAKES
J. I'. Hawkinson, Prop.
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART  TOWNSITi:.  .
Ht'AI> OFKH'K
101 IVmberton Hlock,     -   VICTORIA, B. C
Keal Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial
ROHKItT   M.    STKWAKT, I'"
\m'iils
tuotl for iais in all parts of town
Listing of properties for sale wanted
STEWARTLANyC3.il TO,
Fifth St, Stewnrt. BC
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The  Mineral Province of Western Canada
Una yroduoad Mlnorall valued na follows: Plaoer Uoii ,, ;��2,853;
Lode Cold, $1 IM. 17,1.1<��0; Silver. 168,8^4,579; Lead :V0,5-I8.578i
Copper, $1S7.4HI),87S; Zinc, $82.1V1.H��V; Coal nnd Toke. ^GO,-
880,048] Hnildinu Stone, Hriek, Cement. $4^226,81 I;
mitu-ralH, $1,481,848j makitiR its ininenil Production
102*1 ahow
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OP 1859,12
The autiHtuntial pruRiusH of the MiuiiiR Imlui.ti \ nf this I'r.
exhibited m tha follcwing flguiei, nvhlch ihow tha valuuof pi
ocaaiva flva-ffaar parlodn Por all y. ioh in 1896 Inclusive, $\u
yeari IRM-190Q. 107,606.967: forflva yaara I90MU06, ��i)ti.r.ii7,
��< ��� ��I0, $196,684,474! tot live years 1911-1816, $l��,072.��i
lilti-l!i2(), 1189,928,786: for tho yea, mni, 928.067.fi41; Un ll.i
161,8481 for the year 102:*, fll,!)'()4.a2f. and for 1924, $48,7iM,i:<m
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, W
Lodp mining
a ���
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AT TJIK
CASTLE HOTEL
If you want to
SEE YOUR FRIENDS
Wh��n you come to
Vancouver
Come to the Castle
!J-%.mftT b* )*** ���*��� homee'tei.     ,   L��dfl mining hits only l>een in proirrefs for ahaiit-'
Swotes ta th.%nr.,* ^w'".,,'!if ^*!n�� ��5,y ',l,,"i,' one-h��l? ol ff.�� Pi^lnoa^aiWarP&foapoctetr '" '
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Iovviii; than of uny nthor provinco In the Dominion, or liny
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BJmpIra,   Mlnaratlooatlwii artgranti^ThV'dlBooveren for non
Abaoliito 'I'ltlaa aro otitamotl hy developing sueh i
inl
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.Mill'",
may
obtainable after reaidenoe and in"
provement oondltlone ate fulfilled
and land haa bean aurvayed.
j LKA8E8
I   ���''or (ruing ���,���   induatrtai    -���.-*
poeea areaa not oxuaadlnv  MO  aorea u       ��� .ai.-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-_-a-_
inay be leaaed by one perdbn or ��   ��'*r"y'-'vvhich Ih guaranteed hy Crown (IiiiiiIm
company. |       Ku,| |nf()PM1|llleil   l()|j;���t|)#r wj|h  Mining ItoportH nn-
I   it^-. .k   1     . ,N�� ba obt��l*"��J Ifratl*. I.y atldreHalrig ���,,
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SrLliS r^om��r��tn.r    \W&      *- "���    f***m |D Brltleh Osawbls Mineral  Preperlh-e ur-* ��*** "0,
E*SJ* pt"!*Hi **�� !!���"���<��� haaed on    voloprnent Inih limn ttonci are des.-iilied in Home one of 11 1"1""1 ,'    ... to
Ua^^K'i^^S"   M.0 Mlnllter of M|n��H.   Thoan oonildlrltlg mining InveatmHnta ���^'J^
,,( Can*d��
. ,i Irft-
to aatabuahal iiwe/e"stook-"own7M   *h' MlnlHt,,r of Mln,,H*   T-"-H" eonildefUlf mining lnva��tm��'nt�� ihou _
njar form   MaaofatTupa    (or   raafj I Ml"'h feporte,   They ara avaltabla without charge on application c h ^^
���jnanaaamant.-fWe.er partially trial I merit of Minea, Vic
Eg* ^��t'"i TO ,,��<;l��1" ��lll,d""<' Vl
ntmatrt
hatt*.
million.
'���toria, n. C.   Report* of the Oeologlcnl Survej
/ancouver, are recommended un \t��h "' ��' PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C.,  FRIDAY, AUGUST   7. 1925
PREVENT FOREST EIRES-IT PAYS
GREEN   VEGETABLES
FRESH   DAILY
Head and Leaf Lettuce, Beets.
Turnips, Green Onions.
New Cabbage and Green Peas to come
in the week end
Full Line of (.rocerU-s aud Produce
J.   W.    WILSON
5th and Columbia St.        :-:       :-:       Stewart,   H.C.
Crawford Transfer Co.
FREIGHT CONTRACTORS
ACENTS   FOR
COAL
CAPS
POWDER
FUSE
TIRES
DOMINION
AGENTS FOR   UNION  STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Office 5th St., Stewart.
STEWART BOARD OF TRADE
STEWART,   B. C.
General  information   of the
PORTLAND CANAL
DISTRICT
supplied on application to the
Secretary, Stewart, B. C.
Board meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays of each month,
Hoard Rooms
f
^
In the Center of Everything
HOTEL  ST. REGIS
Vancouver
Corner Seymour and Dunsmuir Streets.
<L
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SUITS, TOP-COATS, RIDING BREECHES Etc.
The Semi-Ready Limited of Montreal.
The Largest Tailoring Firm in Canada
rbprmbntbd Bv
Sam. E. Wagner,  Stewart and Hyder, B. C.
MEMORIES OF
FORMER DAYS
The following was found by
W. H. Tooth In the basement of
his residence while cleaning out
some old junk; it will bring pleasant memories to many oldtimers
of the ciunp.
Stewart B.C., May 9, 1912.
A meeting of tho Stewart Bas<
Ball ('lun was held in the Fire
Hall for the purpose of   electing
officers,   J. W. Eiplln took the
chair.
Moved by Mr, Howe, sec. by
(J. Mahood, that T. W. Falconer
net as Sect-Treat,   Carried.
Moved by Frank Hull, sec, b.\
Howe, that P. Codenrath be
President.    Carried.
Moved by C. Mahood. sec. b>
Howe, that Frank Hull be Vice
President.    Ctrried.
Frank Hull then took the char,
Moved by A. Terry, sec. by
Ceo. Bruggy, that W.H.Gray be
Manager of the Club.   Carried.
Moved by Harry Fowler, sec.
by VV. Broad, that Wm. Crawford aet as Captain.
Moved by W. H. Gray, sec. by
Callahan, that Howe act as Captain.
It was then put to a vote and
Howe was elected Captain.
Moved by VV. H. Grey, sec. by
J.W.Esplln. that W.R. Smith act
as official umpire. Moved by
Callahan, sec. by Bruggy, that
Geo. Clothier act as ollioial umpire. Both were duly elected as
the double umpire system is to
he used this season.
Moved by Geo. Bruggy, sec.
by Howe, that J. W.Esplin act as
official score-keeper.    Carried.
Moved by W.lt.Smith, sec. by
,1. VV. Esplin, that membership
fees be $1.00.
It was then decided that Tuesday and Friday evenings at 7
o'clock practice would be held,
and that W. H. Gray and Kean
Trimble would canvass for members.
The meeting then adjourned.
PROFESSION*!,   (MUDS.
DALBY B.  MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. 0.  Land Surveyor
STEWART. B   C.
W-HTFSIDK & KENNEDY:
Barrister".,   Solicitors,   Notaries
IlKAMAN   Hl.OlK,     STKWAKT.
A, M WIIITKNIHK        H. W. KKNNKIIY, I. I..II.
GEO. H. SHEPHERD
Provincial Assayer
Stewart. B. 0.
i-.fill nnd Victoria,
NEW ARRIVALS IN
MEN'S   SUITS
SMARTLY TAILORED MATERIALS
PLEASING PATTERNS
PRICES THAT WILL APPEAL!
SOLE AGENT       20thCENTURY CLOTHING.
Made to MettNiire Clothing: for Men
BEAMAN
lll.OCK
H.ZEFFERTT
STKWAKT.
II. c.
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
A Real GOOD Hotel
II. li. ROCHESTER, Man��*.r
European Plan 11,60 per day up
STEWART MKAT MARKET
Hams - Bacon - Butter - Eggs
Meats and Fish
For WHOLESALE PRICES Try Us
P. BURNS & CO.
JACK SCOTT,
Manager
PORTLAND CAnAL L0D6E
L. O. O. M. 121S
Meets Snd Thursday nt Hyder, 4th
Thursday Ht Stewart
FIRE
LIFE
SICKNESS
ACCIDENT
F. E. GIGOT
INSURANCE
STKWAKT.   B, C.
FRUMENTO, RYAN, MacDONELL & CO.
520-521 Vancouver Block, Vancouver, B, O.
Wo are specializing in PORTLAND CANAL MlNlNii Stocks.
Send us your buying or Helling orders.
Wo are in the market for prospects which will stand strict
investigation.
F. C. GREEN
(ilrroii  UroN.,  lluidrll & Co.)
CIVIL  ENGINEERS
aC. LAND SURVEYORS
Stewart,   B. C.
STEWART NEWS CO.
Agent Fob
Spalding'* Sporting Goods
and
Imperial Tobacco Company
M1NKKAL ACT.
Certilieatc of Improvtmanti.
NOTICE.
Sunshine Krui'tional Minoral Claim,
lltuata in tne   IVi lliiii.l   I'aiml    Miiuiik
Dlvialon of Cassiar District,
Wlmrt' looattdl - Ninth fork  of Cltt-
eler Crsak.
Take Notico that Dalby B. Morkill,
of Sttwart, Bi C., acting as agent for
John Hart, Free Minor's Certificate
No B28MC aiui John Padersen, l-'rao
Miner's Certificate No. 98401C Intend,
sixty days from tha date hereof, to np-
i>ly to tho Mining Recorder for a Oi-rti-
hcate of Improvamanta, for th��- purpose of obtaining u Crown Grant oi tlu*
abova claim,
Anil further take notice that action,
utuler taction Hf>, muat tic i-oniim-m-ed
bafora tha Issuanca of such Certificati
of Improvamanta.
Dated thia 80th i lay of .lime,
A. D. 1925. 10
All the Latest Papers and Magazines
Ice Cream and Candy
Notions
ClGTRs""-^"ci(JARETTS   -   TOBACCOS
Gibion Block ::-:: Fifth Street
. WATCH
REPAIRING
Orders Promptly Filled
All Work Guaranteed
S.   Wickwire
Newell Huiliing, Stewnrt, H.C.
TOM LEE
PLUMBER
Bbightwell St.,   Stewart,
STEWART DAIRY I SODA FOUNTAIN
.1. CAMPBELL,
PROPRIETOR
Home Made Ice Cream Fresh Milk
and  Buttermilk
ICE    FOR    SALE
Cream
BEAMAN BUILDING
One Door South Of J, VV. Wilson
JOHN   WANDER
barber
Tourist Rooma, Stawart
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (including Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart. B, C.
UNION STEAMSHIPS
The popular T. S. S. CARDENA sails from STEWART
Every MONDAY at MIDNIGHT for
Prince Rupert and Vancouver via way points.
Nohtihuu'NP;
T. S, 8, CARDENA leaves Vancouver every FRIDAY, 9 P, n��.
Prince Rupert Sunday. 8 p.  m.
For Alice Arm, Anyox and Stewart,
Kor further information,  Reservations Ktc.
Apply W. ,l. CRAWFORD (CrawfordTranfar Co.) AobNTS,
Offlca Mh St, Stawart
Prinob Rupirt Aoint Snd Ave.   Phoni B6S
HEAD OFFICES( Union Dock, fl. Carrall St.    Phone Sey, 308,
COASTWISE STEAMSHIP
& BARGE CO. LTD.
Weekly Sailings From
Stewart Direct To
Smelters.
Qbnbral Freight and
Powder.
For Information Apply:
805 Birks Bid*.,
Vancouver, B. C.
fcMtNMM*
RMt*��B
SUMMER STEAMSHIP M9RVICI
S. S. PRINCE RUPERT or PRINCE
GEORGE sails from STKWAKT for PRINCE
RUPERT, VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SE-
ATTLE anil intermediate points each  SAT-
^^^^^^^   URDAY, 9.00 a.m.
S.S, PRINCE CHARLES for above port!  via   Anyox,   each
TUESDAY, 12.00 Midnight,
S. S.  "PRINCE JOHN"  will sail  from  PRINCE RUPERT
fortnightly for VANCOUVER,   via QUEEN CHARLOTTE
ISLANDS.
PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE FROM PRINCE RUPERT
Trains loavo Prince Ruport dally except Sunday at 11:110
a. m. for Jasper. Edmonton, Winnipeg, direct connections
for all points East and South.
For Atlantic steamship sailings nnd furthnr information,
apply to R. F- McNaughton, District Passenger Agent
Prince Rupert, H. C. PORTLAND   CANAL   NNWH,   1TKWAKT.   II l\,   FKUUY,  rVUGUtf   T,  IIH
I
BEDDING
Pure Wool Hlsnkets.   Klennelette Sheets,   Cotton Sheets,   Pillow
(JasoB, Bid Spreads, Wadded Quilts,   Down Quilts,   Pillows,   and
Mattroeaea of all kind-.
TABLE   LINEN
Table Cleths and Napkins at moderate prices
TOWELS
Hath Towels, whit* snd colored, also lluckle hack towels
WI N DOW   CURTAI NS
Madras, Scrim. Marquisette and I.see Curtains, also Curtain Cloth
UNIVERSAL SUPPLY CO.
5th Strejejl.  STEWART, H.C,    (..W.Smith, Met.
Loonl Stock*
(QMllttMiti -- WMII,M,.,.i,���i
Reports front aunt hornlinker*
that Ihe  Dunwell  ts increaalnM -
SOME PICNIC
The "Skinners,   Packer*  ami
Stewart Bakery
the present capital hy IftlMHM
mnl nlleiinu Die new lesuo te
share holders ettlv, the price of
which has nol yet been made
public, have stirred up (his stock
which has dropped dnnslderahly
on the market, All other Port
laud Canal stocks have remained
iptlel, wilh verv little nfTortnn.
Local slocks closed aa follows;
Hid     Asked
BRKAI)
ICK GABAM
VHOKTARI.K*
(ARMS
CANDY
rauir
CAMIMIKLL & 1>UKB.
on
I
a.ihi
I
They say: "We Live to Eat, ami Eat to Lrve."
Eat Eight at the  |\| EW STEWART CAFE
IMUVATN muxes kom i.ahins
OUR NIGHTS' SIMWIAL8
10 p. m. to il a, in.
Chop Slier    ���    Chlne-.e   Noodlea    ���    Chill ClUl OaUNIC
Our Motto,   QUALITY A. 8KRVICK
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Indian
Lakeview
Premier
Terminus
Silver Crest ,
[Ml tllacler Creek   M
Materia Mines ,-
Marmot Metal*
Porter llaho, Co.
Itufua
National Silver
Vamoiver
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DOMINION  HOTKL
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STKWAKT IIKMHU1AKTKR8.
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Everything a 0001) HOTEL should ho
Hales fl.oO and up. Free  Bus.
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tlonery and fuernntne our customer*
sailsf aet ho
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Letter Heads
envelopes
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fm ii i.'iiilli'itl.i nf linniou'inMnt", fin
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tliiiho ancllnn M, niiial Im I'l.iniiiin. i .1
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toiiliniilii Km, II,.mil Min..ml i l.ii.i.,,.
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no'..I'i, foi' lliH lulllilii
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Anil lin lin.i Inl.* iniHi-.' lhal   Hi'llnn.
nli'i an linn Hit, mitSt  lie   inmm..ii,.,i|
...Lu. tin iaaiiniiae of am-li i-miiii	
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flic I
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I I'....I... llVla
iiiioiivi.no.iila
Hlt-lt    tills   III
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tit   ��tay id   ll.'liiliai,
VI.'Im.I,.
Me- ;.eld Innt Sunday, waa neth
inn M Ittl a hawllng aucci-as  The
hunch wont lo littler creek read
houae and under Ihe  nuatatoiy
adnumatratmns of   Miss  Crah
tree, prop'lot roes of thai popular
eais\anssi\, en ley oil  a  i>epasi
th.-ii would mnkomerocirt dwell
ere hi*1*'!! with envy,    Orations,
recitations and annua had Dent
ostheues, Will Vlscher ami  Car
Use hscked oil ike itiap
tine near mtalortune  occurivd
whith, however, ctntsldettnu the
end, did not mar Ihe   festivities
A loin of pants wss split   tiom
hilhet   to   vou    A   slump  v-a*
h.in.li and .lack  Meet I,   who   la
adept st sew luu up plus and hei f
ipiniteiH In lute sacklnu, had hia
neetlle elouu     Photoa |f lhe of*
einii,.n will aeon he lu uteel de
innml
Several representatives uf Ihe
Worthy iI lhe w he keep auppllo"
movluu In and nre tnovlnu oul,
���III*} mien-lowed hy* the Newe,
Their opinions iu��\ he eptlomla
ed aa lollnwa:
.la.'k Craw fool   "Wuheul \iw
judlee, ami in uo wm iitiplicMlluu
im   i .1. m.-i.i" I mav   make  lu
the Inline, I mav ��a\,   ifefl   waa
lake."
Uimhall    "Chle "
Kelly    "As ihe hell rnaie said
to the pie e\ed mule  Mam uood
camp, kid, and uo ntimh. mm ' ������
.lavk Pvtersi "KecheiMea,"
'Miatlle Still   "The   ureal.'at
instance nf peaceful   occupation
sluee Ihe'Trolau war,"
Johnny McDonald "Only oue
C,mil iiihnliui, Ihe uoutee o| oil
our aoi ie\\ a en I all out |iy| I hi
\.nn own niieualim."
Mhoilv "lllvu lumlum, hiyu
imtcK a muck, hlyu wewa, hlyn
huhe, halo pile, hvas hlot*, li.  "
lli'ih I h>olt.Mi 'When, In
tlie course of human eveuia, lhe
.iiiii.l fails lo coin wertls uuilahle
In the limlODt llow can deslie,
iii.liiii tli.nii'li II he, teach nut
lute t he voiceless vuld ami simply
the dlltlliniyt Damllno. Pass,"
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