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 provincial Library,
Victoria,
IMKNEWS WILL KK0P C.
VOU    P08TNH   ON   TDK
KVSLOntlNT OV   H1K
HISK8   $5.00 TUR YKAK
Portland Canal iNews
DtootsJ to th* Interests ef tho -Mining Districts af Northwestern British Columbia
tUND TWIT COPY TO
YOlit PRIRND WHO
VVANTli 1MFOWM ATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT
VOL 7, NO. U
STEWART,   ItKITlSH   COLUMIUA,   FRIDAY,    OCTOBER 16,  1925
$5 THK   YEAR   10c. the Copy
il i* iMvriUoU* Ux
Mr 31
PS. A.
Mini Into do war,"
CONSERVATIVE
SPEAKERS HERE
George Bushby, Candidate
|\>r Skeena Riding, and
II.II.Stevens, M. P., Hold
Rousing Meeting |,ion- taxation, national item  or
'tranepartation, it will  ho   found
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ that the root of the trouLU<
The Stewart Opera Houae wani*!* the stagnant condition of
packed to capacity last   Friday
tttdMrSlavan.     ���.?>'   .      U*1    I "-***������ ---- -**- > I ��T *0 Importer. : ot |!   C. to the ctfcct that duri��K
Sftitt n��, > tail la why #UH,0i)0,000of tatee r*roKett the peat three yaare 800 grad*
havil.fic��,ruHI.M. ^^''^^^WtHKi of ,|1W wes from atetthtrefrem educated to a
i>h\o ion tanada and Root tothe!the States. Ptairoe for July and
the dissipation of Olir lint llrj, 1 |*0
louroet,
li was Ins opinion thut mm'
grantor effort! should bt made
io produce the tlniahod products
from those natural resources, instead uf sending out the raw ma
ii'i'i.iN to he worked up in other
countriei, thus retaining the employment and payroll I'm our own
people and onaDintf them to stay
at homo and make a living,
11<- made it plain to several in-
terrupters that it was not his in-
ten tion to pander for votes; If
llu1 people, elected  him   on   the
..le.tnv Mates,  ci-jiiiy* ror duty
since  Maekeeoit   KingIAugust  show   a  production   in
^^^^^^^^B Canada Ier two months of ���tO.iH-o
He then went on to   deal  with tons, at thc same   time  we   In
national  questions   confronting ported 88,000 tons,    lhuinn thi*-
the country, and in part said as period iron nnd steel workera  In
follows: "Nomatter what major Nova Scotia aid   at   the Snult
problem now confronting Canada were in u statu  of  aemi-stnrvn
is pasted under rovitiw, iumu-jra   tion,
Woohns:   In IPiJli   Mackensle
Kin| reduced the tantf on wool
ana; as a direct result, HP woolen
mills In Ontario and thro* in  li
ft   had to   shut   down,   mosth
practically  bankrupt, throwln
14,000 workers out   of   tuuplo-
ment, most   of   whom   left   for
similar work in the States.
The minimum   wage   lawn   ol
I this country,   forcing   a   nighti*
I wagl than is in effect in Kurtme
to 90 percent of the world's sup ! gave the employer no alternative
ply.    This industry last year pro ( when not protected.
duced for Canada 17-000,000; the    lie went on to cite the name
product was shipped to the| conditions in many Industries,
States in a more ot less raw state, j after which he turned to hlatoiw
manufactured there and market-1 to prove that it   was   protection
UO   industry   in
ami Inter   iu   the
les
^^^^^ in-
daatrlal life, for which the only
solution is to he found in the
stimulation Of industry hy the
application of an effective  tariff
policy.
lie then dealt with the   ashes*
tos Industry of Canada, and stated Ihat Canada controls from  Bfi
In residents who came   to   hear
t\-0 c.   Hushhy,  Con ter votive
, uululalc for Skeena,   suppoited
by II. 11. Stevens. M P.
lieo. Krasor of Stewart  was in
the chair and If let Preset pre
tided at the piano,
1'hu lirst speaker was Mr
Rualihy, whow speech, though
s;i>>n. was quite a surprise and
in >-.! ell'ective. lie stated that
In' was in the tight for he fell it
a duty at t native  mm  of   this.
Province, to OOt only   raise   hit jed at a value of $75,000-000   This) that lirst hnl
vouc, hut do his utmost  to atop condition,    he  asserted,   forced I Great Britain
Canadians to leave home to net
i work   in   factories   Working   on
|Canadian raw materials,    why
1J not   retain   the   entire   industry
'and our people at home'.'
Copper: SS per cent of Cami
da's copper production was e\
ported to the Stales in the I'm in
of raw ore or copper matte, and
copper products Pt imported to
Canada at three times what we
received for it.
Iron and hon products; In P.MS
('anada produced 1,008,000 tons
of pig iron, lo 1984, and as a
direct result of Mackenzie Klnii's
L'lHh they would do so on the un-,tariff reductions, Camilla produc
dcrsianding that he is to   work!��i only 588,000  tons,     At   the
for the country, ami nol for the
purpose of trucklinn for votes
even by pork barrel expondi
Inns Whon public improve
ments or works nre necessary,
ii is the duty of the government
to provide them, nnd no credit,
in nil opinion, wnuld he due any
"ne: that is what taxes are paid
for.
li appealed to him that a more
iulensiiled geological survey of
the country would be id'material
MiUtanot, not only to mining
''U'llsl, but also to the prospector, and this he would work for.
also a customs smelter on tide
water for central and northern
II. C
Cnnada'i present Anenolal condition is largely due to pork bar I
I'el undertakings, portly to catch
votes j
Ih'expressed keen apprecin-'
tion of Mr Stevens' coming here
at this time, In his opinion It
showed the conlldoneo his sup
I'oi'lers in Vancouver have of reelecting him. He concluded in
deference to Mr Stevens.
Mr Stevens, in a speech replete
With in formation, opened by re-
������'���'I'iiiK to the Liberal Party sd-
vertiHing. which Itated that Prewar King "pronliet the West
impartial justice and equal treat*
""���nl." Mr Stevens nuked "what
'"is he been doing   for   the   past
���eur years? How is it that on
!'"' tyt of an election ho prom-
'���������B, C. a square deal? What
yslue can be attached to prom-
'��������� of thll kind, in tho face ol
Of four years of non-perfor-
manot?
Ht then flatly contradicted tht
""teinent attributed to Mr.
���yiKhan that the "equalization
'!' '���'"ight rates Is utterly indexible''aooMnpreofof nil oon-
V*mion stated "that in 10.'.O
v r Meighan1! Oovtrnmtnt pass
71 an order in council, No. 24114,
;llr"(,t"Jg the Hallway Hoard to
footed with tho re-adjustment
or freight ratri in Canada east
and west."
He riont quoted from the snrne
1 "pulation will corne where
isame     time     our    Importation
'of Iron   aud   steel   products   in-
United Stated,
The duty on Cggt column into
Canada is ,'lo per doian, while
the Slates imposes a duty of He,
hotter Mc per pound Into Canada
ind Sc into the Slates; and the
same ratio applies all down the
line. Last year Canada Imported
$IISti,000,000 worth of farm pro
ducts that could havi' been pro
duced in Canada.
As i remedy for our present
industrial depression,   he   advo
cated   a   revision   upward   that
would rehabilitate our industrial
life and give employment to our
ptopla, thereby enabling them
to slav at home       As   proof   of
great OXteut at the expense of
the taxpayers of this country,
have left i anada and gone lo
the I'S.A. Thia means that we
are not only sending our raw
materials over there, hut also
educating our people for the upbuilding of competitive industry.
Mr Stevens concluded with a
masterful plea for the same pu>
tectivt policy that has built up
the V, S. A., and the meeting
canie to a close with the singing
Of the National Anthem
QOLDIE HAS 8URPRI8E
"When you have your aajtOf*
incuts finished, ship the ore,"
appeals to be the slogan adopted
for tht Goldlt group, owned by
WU. Tooth, Kenny Mel.cod and
.lack Howse, This we*k they
OTOUght down two tons of higlt-
Xiade w Inch will foi in part of a
job lot shipment now being accumulated hy A. U. Morton for
transmission to Swansea, W ales,
to be smelted.
The Of/ntrs of the tloldie said
nothing about having   ni*   until
L & I SHIPS At;ain
The third shipment made this
fall from the L&L Clacier Creek
property was taken south to the
Seldy smelter by the ore ship
Griffco, and brings the total to
date shipped from this property
up to tiO. [i tons. This ore is of
exceptional grade, averaging
around S'.'ot* per ton gross, and
should yield a handsome profit
to the ownera.
CONDITIONS OF
THE DUNWELL
DirtOtortof tht Dunwell mine
have announced that of the
8860,000 new shares recently offered present stockholders, !12(J-
1,M had already been acquired.
ihey    expected    that    when
j shareholders iu Britain had been
MR AND MRS DANN (JO heard from the full  issue  would
'lavt   been   taken   up,    making
Mr and Mrs Win. Pann left
last Sunday for Vancouver where
they oxpttl to reside for some
time at least. In their departure
the town loses two of its most
popular and progressive citizens.
liming their residence of live
years in Stewart they conducted
a hotel business and were most
popular hosts; but in addition j
they took an active interest in
the mining development of the
district, Mr Dann personally j
spending considerable time in
(lie hills, investigating the merits
of the various prospects in which
they bad become interested A a
a result, largely, of their interest, the well known   Gold   ClilV
they bruuuht tbe shipment down and May groups have been added
to the list   of   probable   mineral
producers.
Mr and Mrs Dann will be
greatly missed, although there
is some consolation in the fact
that they will visit the town at
various times in connection with
their mining interests.
su they sprung  somewhat   of   a
surprise on the camp.    The  pro
perty consists of six claims   und
two  fractions and   adjoins   the
Superior  and  Kuth   &   I'Vancis
���roupi In the Glaoier orttk section. The oie assays 70,5 per
cent lead and SI ounces silver,  a
total value of |186 per ton,   The
showing is near the sum.nit of n
ridge and will be opened by a
long tunnel providing the ore
goes down This point will pt
determined by sinking a shaft as i
deep   as   convenient    lor    hand
8860,000 available for development of the mine. As the first
step toward development, it wne
announced, Matthew Little, M.
K., bus been put in charge of operations at the mine. Work will
he actively prosecuted during
the winter.
Possibly  no engineer  in   the
district is as capable of   taking
charge of the property as is Mr
Little, fur not only  is   he   thoroughly familiar with  the   Hun-
well hill, having   been   more  er
less iu touch with it during  the
past year, hut prior to  that   ho
spent two years in   tho  district
I making a close study of the  ore
deposits for his own information.
I Mr Little is an engineer of   wide
{experience, having first  worked
lin the mines   of  Cornwall   and
| later in south and  west   Africa.
South America, India and Ontario
John Stewart, wdm since   1007
has directed prospecting and development work, will have charge
of the Stewart OfflOO,
the Canadian txodut be quoted (work,    A shallow  tunnel was
from records of tht  Unlvertlto driven go feel in length thia fall,
LIBERAL MEETING
Mary Ellen Smith M.L.A. nnd
Hert Kergin M.I, A. will  speak
in Stew art  next   Monday   night
In the in teres ta of Fred Stork,
Liberal candidate.
ll
GOOD NKWS FOU TEXAS
The outlook for Texas creek
section was considerably brightened this week by the receipt In
Hyder ol instructions   from   the
Bureau of Public roads Cor the
immediate survey of a bridge
site at Texas crock crossing', and
also for r rooonHainanoo survey
of a wagon road along the  rente
of the present pack trail,   M.H.
Williams, assistant district engineer for the Hureau, who has
been in the diatriot all summer,
will  proceed Immediately with
the surveying
Moose meeting in Stewart next
Thursday night.
Father Chartiei will say mass
in Stewart at 10 a.m. Sunday.
Entlgn F, A. Dorin is visiting
the district in the interests of
the Salvation Army.
HOSPITAL ELECTION
Annual election of officers for
i Stewart Gtntral Hospital Oct.
"ll in Tooth's Hall, S p, m.
NOTICE
Mrs Hates,  Permanent   wave
expert, who recently visited Ily-
jdcr. will return October 22. She
(will be located in   Anna   Paul's
Itarhcr Shop.
Railroad! Problem:   "<*���' k Jock, I hope he'i the genl elected (p grapple with us!"
SEALED TENDERS
Batata William Murphy, Dtoeaitd,
Sealed tenderi will bs  received tiy
ie Official Administrator,  Prinoa 'Ru-
* part, H. ('.. up i�� I--- o'olook  noon on
Monday, the 17tn   day   of   November,
102ft, for thi   following   MiniiiK   inter-
situ
One-half Interest In tha fallow*
iitoiii'   QroUP,     coiimmIiiik   of   tho
"Yi'llowHtone," "Butte    and "Old
Timer"    Mineral   Claftni���Upiat
prioa $2iioo.oo.
iin,- imii Intareat in the "Aim
j ..miii   GrOUp'  ' fn uimtniH   of   the
"Auhi'oiuIh, '   "AiiHConda   No. 1"
end  "Anaconda  Fraction" Mineral Claims
Ono-third luteruit in the  Pnyrol
Oroup oonilitlna of the "Payroll
No. !��" and "Payroll No.   4"  Mineral Claima.
The above mentioned claima   are all
altuate In the Salmon River Section of
the Portland  Ceuial   MinlnR   Oiviaion.
Moat of the claima adjoin   the   "Forty
Nine Oroup."
Tho loWflt or any tender not   necea-
aarily accepted. 21 fit #��'
I
PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS.   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY, OCTOBER  16, M5
FURNITURE   AND   BEDDING
At Modarnta PriOtO-
CROCKI5RY and UI.ASSWARK
Seta and (Htd I'lece*.
COAI. and WQt)t) HIATIM
The Kind You Need
HARDWARE, TOOLS ami  PAINT
Wood  Valuea   Indeed
KODAKS. FILMS.   DRVELOPINi! and PRINTlNO
Kiniak Aa You tin
BUY  FROM the LOCAL MKRCHANTSJ
And   Watch Stewarl Crow
UNIVERSAL SUPPLY CO
5th Street,   STEWART, B. C,    C.-W.SinUh, Mgr.
Stewart Bakery
Geo. G. Bushby
AN OPEN LETTER
To the Electors of Skeena Riding:-
I am in this election contest for
the purpose of throwing into the
scales whatever ability, energy and
influence 1 may possess in order to
help cut the expenditures of Canada
to a point where rigid economy in
the administration of the public affairs may be brought about.
To reduce taxation.
To pay our bills.
To reserve for the use of Canadians the boundless natural resources
of Canada.
To provide for the people of Canada a means of earning a living in
Canada.
To develop traffic for our National
Railway system, and our Government Merchant Marine.
To provide a reasonable tariff
which will enable the people of
Canada to peacefully conduct their
business without being subjected
to the onerous mass competition of
the gigantic manufacturing and
producing nation to the south of us
and also to the low wage competition of Europe.
BREAD
ICE CREAM
VEGETABLES
CAROLAN'S
Meat Market and General Store
Hardware      (Jrorerien       Kreah Meat,       Work.-,.,.
tO* and Shoe. I**, -*�� r^0^
Powder, t ��p. nod Kuaa
|      Oae aalr teaolM til* NlaeMnae uvea wilh each 111 ,..K .
I  " pertain
CAKES
CANDY
FRUIT
CAMPBELL & DUKE.
| While In Stewart
Eaftthe New Stewart Cafe
 J   S  STICKNEY
"The House of Good Steaks"
PIKS and CAKH
JUST I.IKK STICK MAKKS
PRIVAT1 BOXH FOR LADIM
BANK OF HYDER
HYDER,  ALASKA
(tatolptMtti1   Under  the  Law.  af   .\u.Ui
4   PCR ,CKNT   Paid on fcetin  iwuk   Kmmt*
t Miiadmn hind* Aooentvd on Ismail
Money Teleprranhed to all Parte of United statu
J. A. Ham., he*,     K   K. llAl.l, VtM f**    I   l��   HAbUo* , , .   ,
STEWART NEWS CO
A WlLQOMI Awaits You At TMR
DOMINION  HOTEL
Victoria, B. C.
STEWART HEADQUARTERS.
200 ROOMS 100  BATHS
Everything a GOOD HOTEL ihould l-<-
Ratetfl.BO and up,      --      Pree   Bin.
Stkimikn JONMi Proprietor.
ol
ONE  OF  THE  NOBLEST WORKS OF I HI  IORD
IS THE MAN  WHO PAYS HIS BILLS PROMPTLY
Minim iii.H-k
��������}��
=cx
Kitii\ Urttl
��� ...
i
G. C. ANDREW
CUSTOMS IIOIISK BROKER & FORWARDING AGENT
Fire, Accident, Automobile & Marine Inaurnnce
Kates Quoted on Ore to
Tacoma, Selby and Swansea
Always Busy
(living Good Service
-Exchange Grill-
Freeh Bread and 1'aatry   Every Morning
Sole Ahi'ui for Hiaid'a Ten mnl Coffee
THY KI.KINHMANS YRAJT CAKKH
J. P. IIawmnhon. Prop
F. I, GIGOT
KIRK
LIKK
SICKNESS
ACCIDKNT
INSURANCE
Stiowakt, B. C.
F. C. GREEN
(Ureen llroe., lliinlen A Co,)
CIVIL ENGINEER!)
II.C. i*ani�� IURVEYORI
Sttwart, B, C.
STEWART UND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founder* and Orltflnnl Owner*
of STEWART TOWNSITE . .
llr*o OOftOI
101 IVmliertuii lllu.'k, VIOTOHIA,  M   i
Real Mutate   liiNurance   Mines   Fiuiiiieinl Atfentt
ItOIIKHT   M    MTKWAItT, ���      ���raalileiil
Lotl for Hit In nil parti of town SIIWAIII ianii 00   I TO.
LiltnTffiofproportlei for ulo wanted.   Flfthlti Stewwi
To encourage the establishment
and operation of a smelter at tide
water for central and northern B.C.
Yours Faithfully,
Geo. G. Bushby,
Conservative Candidate.
Tne MARMOT HOTEL
First Class in Every Reaper!
MODERN AND MODERATE
SolidtH the Patronise of Any hiuI All
Once Our Guest,   Always Our Guest
BEST LOCATION IN THE CITY
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province ol Wetterii Cinndn
���tne ----oiim-i-ii Minerala valuad it tolloviti plaoar Uoid, (71 I
Lode Gold, $IIN, JV.t.liHl; Silver,   i0a9.HR4.67Ui  Uod, $7" **    ���
gyper-   |laT7,ao,87l|  lino, |B��,i?M07i Coal and Coin   "-������"���
HH0.IMH; lliilldliiu Slono, Uriel-, Cointnit, $ i:\.'"l.,.si I, Mi	
jamtiili, 11,491,849] mtklni iu mineral Hroduotl nil I"1
IU'.' I allow
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OP JMMM.NNii
J.I..,  .....I_,       o   ..
SOME PORTLAND CANAL MINING STOCKS
That Offer Sound Investment
The DUNWELL The MARMOT METAl S
The P. C. SIL VER The POR TER IDAHO
Th* Premier The National Silver
BuylriK aad Selling Ordere Killed
At Beet PoihIIiIo Prlcoi
H. W. M. ROLSTON & CO.
Portlaad Canal Stock Special!*!*     .
��� ���..   ������inii.mnur,    v,\|,|i|<,  ill'   *fBO��,11i|Ono
.,J!,.,i".r,,!,t",Vl,uJ WW*- "f M��a MfalnM Induitri ul Dili Hrnvlnri
....i    iV     r* -*e**\M fliuiea, wfilefi ihew thi' ��� f i um ' ' '
e����.MauPttSf'JttWLf ��fieri lu WW Inphialvo,  WMI Ml    i
llm.lUlTi W#| fl" n\a VMM., IIMU mm..,, ii  im    i	
i' linVm.','^^ r;,r T*' ���V,,,n- ���������- 4i rliu,ii'/��,iiiiiii ��"
li MBit), ���iNll.lWU.VUAi for lha vea   101.1, (t'N.iur/.i.il,   -mi    I"
IDN.M-l.l, f.M II... vi.ee lllllll, Nlj.'KlfjT.'ll |||(| |',��� |IW|, #17, ,..|,.1..I
PRODUCTION DURINd LAST TION UlAKH, 1878,(1(1.1,1111
^"U* ����-lMli��iJr WUalfniX l����M��ii In iirtuit-oMM l����r uiiujil'''-   V��'i	
S�� P        '"',"""1'"- ���**-1***\ Air brwi Huu
Hi" mlnlai lawi of Ihla provlnui are inure liberal nml ���*" h""
OeB,l\?i! KK ,.",",,, Pjovlota In it... M.....I .,... Miy Uo s	
I'.mi.iie,   Mn,,.IMi luoaiione in inntail tha aTmovat f I	
Ahmilntii Tlllu trM idlilaini.il l.y ilnviOoplnH auoh pru|    '  "
 - J ��f whloh li fuuantatd hy drawn Or i,
Full Iflformttlan, totaUiar with Mi -. neporta ami m��i '���
���a obtalntd ��<..11., by addraailni
"''IW MON, lit li: MPNHiTHa OF MIN IHN, Viol... In  Hrllllh i"1 "
.    ������"-, , aill , ,,    ifjin vtwit  tiihii' ' i    iii ii ibjm -
n. I. - Fraotloilly ill iihiui. Qolumbli Mineral Pmiiartiaii iifmn "' h
ilopmant i.hm ���������-���*������ .i,.,,,. ���,��� dmrlhid It anmi f Um ,|111""*1 ""i""1"
il"   Mlllll.l,.,   ..I   M        ','���    ji      .      .    . .  .1 ..I    nli
T "' '"'hii.v mi IlllllNIl lllllili.Ihln Mill...Ill   |'ln|ii.illi'.i   ..|..."   "	
vn|ii|iHieiil. I,mm bain ilnne me ileemll.nl Im |0ffl| ohm i.f III*  HlUIUBl  ���'��� I11"
tiie Mi.iiMi,., ���f innii,  nphKaa itmldirlni minim HivmUiimiiIii ihould "'
lain repifii, Thiy am %\ %\ ,. wiiinnii ajiiriri en ��|i|illo��Uiin t��"	
mantelI Minn, v pfa, li. 0,   Riporli ef tht Oaelngliml hurvay ni i ��
rtaifli nulldlni, Vimpuvar, ire rttommendad ii vmIuhi.i mrre* "'
motion,
ill! PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   li. C,   ERIDAY, OCTOHKR   Iti,  l��2o
WE   HAVE
MOVED
INTO  OUR   NEW   QUARTERS
TOOTH    BUILDING
lull Line of Oroferloa tuitl Produce
J.   W.    WILSON
,,nt und Oolumbtalt, Bttwart,  i�� Q.
a���    Roaldoaet lien la- itooj foi
eaio,  Hoiaton A Ot,
Dt\ II- A. Wlitllaue, Plivilotm
and Surfetm.   iVOva, ewitar dtli
mm!  Maturla  Mia.     Naure,   l��|
n'ehtek, imioii, ha ���> i>. in , ami by
au|a>intn>aiit, I
DALBY  n   MORKILL
MININU aVIHVNYON
II   0   Land lueVt|OI
ITIWART, u V
With Ika
lii-iiiulrlllut
Crawford Transfer Co.
FREIGHT CONTR \< TOHS
AliKNTN   Kill
COAL   *~^�����=*" POWDER
CAPS      ��JQ      FUSE
DOMINION   TIRES
aoknts run  UNION ITRAMIHIi' COMPANY
OIllooMhSi,, Stowu.it.
r-'^IvMilk
"RirCoakfng
fr.# ii. . I,..-   i��..��V
V, .���. ,i.. Ai.,.1.,,�� ���.
Illlllt.il,     \ ���,,.,.���>. I
|FOR A QOOtt
SMOKE
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i i.i vim, I'liuaol'ia, TUtAI >'oe
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Your
Fall iV: Winter Requirements
Are here in a hirue atul complete variety.
(Jet your* while (he aeleetion i* e.isy.
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HOTEL PRINOB RUNBKT
A lloal (1001) Hotd
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Ntmineen Hlan II N \m ��tav ut
WATCH
ItKPAHUNC
Ordere Promptly Pilled
All Work tliiwriiiiliM.il
J,   WUkwitv
Newell Building.      Mtwerti h ��'
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STEWART HOARD OP TRADE
STEWART,   II. i\
General information of tin
PORTLAND (ANAL
ms run r
.n|i|ilii it oil   i|i|ilii nil.hi to tin'
Iterttary- Itewarti ii ('-
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COME   TO  THE
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FOR   YOUR   SLOWER  BATHS
CLKANING niol PRHBIUNti
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STEWART MEAT MARKET
Minis - Bacon - But Ier - l-KKs
Meals and rish
For WHOLKSALH PRICK! Try V*
P, BURNS & CO.
JACK SCO IT,
Miuiituoi
In the (Voter of Everything
HOTEL  ST. REGIS
Vancouver
Corner Soyinonr nnd |.iiii*nnilr Ntl'tetl,
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880*581 Vancouver Blocki Vaneouver, it 0,
Wu art ipiolalltlni lo Portland canal Mininq Itoom,
Hond oa your tniytnu or aalllnu ordora.
Wo ire in tht mark11 for protptoti which win itanditrlcl
In vei t (Kalian,
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Bent Cook (his fur North
MNAL TICKETS 15.BO for 16.00
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I'loi'imiul Assayer
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PORTLAND (ANAL
Slim i'i) HoUffhJ A Sold
f. S.  MAID HANI
igu I'l'iiii.iiii.ii 111-Im .  Vltftorli
ALL THK COMFORTS OF A IIOMK
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88��Fii Hiuh Power Speed Liuiiith
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InmI.7.1 Itoul TIiIm hu- North
Sptolal Trlpa to Anyox- imui��i��* Bay- Qtortfli RIvtri Marmot
Im.i Arranfimtiiti Set
a. M. VunNii, Blewai'l or Oi w, Chapman, il Wharf
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I ii'.lil mid lloav.v TniiiMl'ti
Wood for Sale
We Buy BoUlu
MINIUM Al, AIT
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UNION STEAMSHIPS
Tht popular T, 8, 8, CAHDHNA lalli from Itmwah4
l7v.'i v MONDAY  nl MIDNIQHT for
PttlNOH 1411fi nr nml VANQOUVRH Vll wny poind.
NuiiiiiiuniNi.,
T. s, m, Oaiiuuna Itavti Vanoouvtr tvtry Km day. 9 p. m,
I'liii.'i. Ruptrl Iunday, 8 p.  in.
I1'... Ai ui  A um,  Anm>\ und HTHWAHTi
|.'h. iiuiii,.i mininmii,,i,  Itiiirvilluni iu,
A|i|,l\ W   .1   I'll AW liUll' n'.inil.uilTiiii.il.. i ,i t A nim,
t nn, ���. pth mi , MLiwirl
I'iiini ii, Itni'iuiii  AllNNT   lltd AVI     I'iiunn  Iiiim
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s.s. I'tiiM i (ii:oit(.i; itavti miw
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V1QII, VlCTOIIlAi IBATTLH and Intirmt
diatt porta taoh mi in hay ki 18 noon,
M.S. PIMM IH CHAItlil'lH Itavti I'ltINt IB HHI'KUI for
KHTtllllKAN, WltANflBLL, JUNBAU, HKAtlVVAY. nth
vVlilDNICHOAY ni l imii
h, h. "PRINOB JOHN" leivei from ruin, i-: iiupimtT
iniiniiiiiiiv for VANconVKlt, via wiikkn OHARLOTTB
ihi.anhh.
paiibngbr train ibrvicfl i rom prinob rupidrt
I'i ni mm Ihvi Piiniui Ruptrt dally axnept Hiinday at 11:110
ii in. fur Jajptfi IiiiInhiiiIoii, VVInnlMeu, dlftQt OOnntOtlQM
i..i nil polntl I'"'"' ��od :imiiI.
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tfi M iVtnliei, A   l>   llti I wae l(<
patatavl Vlintiii.lielni tlttt talttttl
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l-i-tine the Wiul it] tl NvM'inl.i'i, A I*
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NOl'MAN A  WATTi
oil l. I VI   M'.MINI ,IK Mi'li
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IN  I'MOHATkl
in rHNItiPSNatS COURT Of mt I
tr.ii nn I'Miu.V IN TDK MATIKII
or TUN  AOMINIiri'HATlON   aot
ANI>
in fMl MATTBH OK TNI aOTATI
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i.il A.liiiinl.tiitut ef Ike eelate nl Akin
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liavtna eAaltat aaein.l (lie ��m.l eetale
UN lertO) ie.|.ilieil tu m,in.i, eame.
I'ViHieilv wolliil, (mini -ui m liefnni
Hi, l��ili,lav uf Otttatti   A    I-,   itfj
ami all tatrota laOtette tt ike tattle
.... i,.i|,.iiiii in i'i\ iu.' aaieonl nf leeli
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NOUMVN   V   SV ATI.
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Vole for
ester
cvclopnytnt
HOW do YOU feel about the development of your own
great West? Whatever your political affiliations, you
are bound to admit that 1921 marked a turning point in
western progress. Today the world has its eyes on British
Columbia���this is the route to the markets of the globe,
whether on the Atlantic or Pacific.
{
Economy!
Prosperity!
Tor   the   Ant   time
ainva toil, the Liberal
Government animiiiu, ,
a aurplua in thi- ooiln
try'a biulgut m lurplui
uf $4,810,000. Iln. In
apitt) of a ii-ilim-il i.ii. i
tion, in ipile of tin- In. i
that tha country innlii
Melghon'i ItifitriKip
���pant $404,000,(HH) in
1921,    while    In    ISID
$;ir>o,otH��,tHHt wm ipiMi
by     Mnilu'ii/io      K'.i
For ���vrrv  four il.-ll..
���pant by tho CtSiervt
tivra, tha Libnali iptnl
Ihtetl
You Imvo hoard of tho
dlvorelou of tho Agricultural
produote of tho pro.li w* ovor tho
vAToatoru routo, of tho groot in-
orooeo In tho e\nnut\l crop, of
olovotore rolelng tholr hugo bint
in tho grout port of Vonoouvor,
of ehlpa from ovory nation in tho
world droliilng tholr yollow gold.
Thoro hoe boon on indue-
trUl dovolopniont that fow con
crodlt. No ono con any that thia
dovolopment la not Motuolly due)
to tho Liborol govornmont policy
of oquoJIaMttion of frolght ratoe.'
From no loeeor poreon than
C. W. Boattv, proeidont of tho
C.P.R., wo hoar that bualneaa
activity ia groator in Vancouvor
than any othor city In tho
Dominion.
Do you want tho woat etlll
to proep��r?   Aro you In favor of
Rrogroae or roactlon? Promior
Jng hae doolarod himaolf. Ho
any a, throughout Canada, that
trado ie moving to tho Pacific.1
Ho boliovoa in tho policy of
equalisation ho le for the woat
���not bocauao ho la prejudiced,
but bocaueo ho roallxee that tho
very future of the Dominion
hedgea on National Unity and
equality for every eectlon of
Canada.1
King haa a policy for populating tho open apaceaj it ia tho
etniulnitliy.nlion and equalization
of freight ratoe a tariff that haa
duo regard to tho proeont aUge
of tho country'e dovolopniont,
that le light on the implemente
of production, raw materlale for
our baelo Induetrlea, tho nocee-
aariot of life and commodities
from the natlone in the Brltleh
Commonwealth;
Vote for
FRED STORK M. P.
Liberal
Candidate
i u VHTWIMH: HTHAMNIIII'
AHA 11(1 H IU l.m
Weekly Hnllinae hum
Hli'iiinl I Mum I Tu
Niiielleia,
(llDNIilllAI. l*'l(lillilHi AND
POWDSSi
I'nr liidiiiiialliiii A|.|'lv
M��U IIIiIih lll.ln
Vaiimiiiver, II, tl,
(ilTOUK HID
nn
Moving Tint! Frolght
E. ARMSTRONG
l.l'iNRIaAI. I'RKII.IITKIt
TI'JAMH     HA4IH IKMLSLH
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HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
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lluilvni.nl In Hlwwart, II, (!.
HARDWARE
I' ���MBaeiB��aa��Bwee*e-*a-amaa��*- m*<mtmm**e*****-*
NtlnlH nml Viiriilehrw
SPORTING GOOL'^
mining st i-rin:s
All. KINIlN tW IIIIIUIINC MATKIMIN
lli.N.1,,,,1,, HprliiK. A M,,n,,w.',i     Hltaiiii'i '	
D, W. McLEMAN
I'ink Ml i nl
MiHJWAMI

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