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 Provincial Library,
Victoria,
B. C.
���THE NEWS WILL KEEP
?OU POSTED ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF THE
MlNES-$5.00 THE YEAR.
r
Portland Canal News
7 ���    '
Dsootei to ths Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia.
*������ . ���
SEND THI8 COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL.   8,   NO. 25
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY,  NOVEMBER 12,   1926
$5J THE  YEAR-10c. the Copy
WILL ASK FOR
INCORPORATION
Incorporation of Stewart under
the Village Municipalities Act
has carried by a large majority,
according to the committee put
in charge at the public meeting
held in Moose Hall recently.
The census shows rather surprising results, in that the actual adult residents of Stewart
total 288, with at the outside 50
MARMOT METALS
HOLD MEETING
The Marmot Metals Mining
Co. held their annual meeting,
which was weli attended, in the
Moose Hall Nov. 11. In the ab-
sence of Dr. R. E. McKechnie,
chairman of the company, John
Scott of B. C. Silver was elected
to take the chair, thus enabling
Angus McLeod, managing director, to give a full report on the
company's  operations, and the
Mrs Fred Jancowski left  Sun-
A. Rennie left for Edmonton]
people absent, either in the hills j secretary, H. W. M. Rolston, to
in the hills or south; there are as deal with the financial end, both[
well 77 children. Of the 288 Lf which were very satisfactory,
adult residents in town at thej The directors, having recom-
time of taking the census 201 j mended that the meeting be ad-
signed the petition in favor of, journed to Vancouver, in order
incorp<>r��tion; of those not sign-'to  give the  large  number  of
ing e number were neutral on
the matter. The committee, in
accordance with the powers
granted it, has been increased by
adding P. 8. Jack, Joseph Wilson,
J. W. Wilson, and G. C. Andrew,
thus bringing the total up to a
committee of seven that are now
preparing the petition to forward
the government, incorporating a
request to have those features
that were brought out at the* two
meetings in the letters patent.
The census roll will be held by
0. W. Smith, Universal Supply
company store, until noon, Wednesday, November 17. for the
inclusion of sny names that may,
on account of being out of town,
have been left off. The petition
will also be available for the addition of any new signatures.
The proceedure to be adopted
after the week given for additional signatures, is the forwarding of the petition to the Government, together with the special features introduced at the
meetings; thus will the community be enabled to retain the 1926
taxes for the use of the town
next season.
An interesting feature of the
census is that while there are
only some 800 adults who claim
Stewart as their residence, there
were 366 votes cast here in the
last election, while in the entire
district there were 603, this latter figure being grestly due to
the scattered nature of the population, and the large number of
men working here, who move
about from one place to another.
southern shareholders a clear
understanding of the satisfactory
results obtained, publication of
the report is not possible until
after adoption at the adjourned
meeting, which is to be held in
the Chamber of Mines, Vancouver, on the evening of November
26. Mr. McLeod and Mr. Rolston have left to attend this
meeting.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Notice is heretty given that the
undersigned, from the date hereunder, will not be responsible
for any debts contracted by or in
the name of (Mrs) Ethel Kelly.
Dated at Stewart B. C. this
8th day of November, A.D. 1926.
A. W.Kelly.        2t.
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SALBy^f Women's and Children's wear at below cost. See
MreStickne/it "The Merchant"
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JAS. MORRICE
CLAIMS BRIDE
Mr. James Morrice and Miss
Gwendolen Victoria Clippingdale,
twOof Stewart's most popular
young people, were married in
St. Mark's Church at midnight of
Monday, November 8, by the
Rev. A. W. R. Ashley. Mr. R.
W. Kennedy officiated as groomsman and Miss Mary Tompkins
as bridesmaid, and the bride was
given away in marriage by Mr.
H. Zeffertt. After the ceremony
a reception, attended by a few
friends of the contracting
parties, was held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Zeffertt.
Miss Clippingdale who, prior
to her departure for Vancouver
a few weeks ago, had resided
here for about a year, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Clippingdale of that city. She
returned on the Cardena Monday
night only a short time before
the ceremony took place. The
groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Morrice of Ottawa,
and has lived here nearly two
years, being connected with H.
Zeffertt's furnishings store.
The happy couple have made
their domicile ip a snug bungalow
on Vancouver street. They are
the recipients of congratulations
from a host of friends in this
district.
The final shipment of Porter
Idaho ore for this season, 138
sacks, about seven tons, went out
on the Prince Rupert No?. 7.
day for a visit in Vancouver.
Mrs. J. V. Clegg returned November 8 from a visit in Victoria.
R.E. Lundvall, manager of tiie
Washington, left for Seattle Sunday.
Dalby B. Morkill, P. L. S., is
back from a business visit in
Anyox.
John Rochfort left Monday
evening for Los Angeles, Calif.,
where he intends to spend the
winter.
Owing to a desire to give a
full report of the Armistices Day
observance, the publication' is
postponed until the next issue,
when more space will be available
Ths Prince Rupert on Nov.'
made her 700th trip, and Captain
Donald completed his 14th year
of service with the G.T.P., now
the C.N.R. ships. On this trip
the Prince Rupert brought in
her record freight cargo to this
port for this year, 120 tons.
J. W. and Mrs Stewart left on
the Cardena Monday night !for
Edinburgh, Scotland, where they
expect to spend the winter,
turning to Stewart about the
first of next May. Both Mr and j
Mrs Stewart were born and educated in Edinburgh and this visit
to their old home will be their
firt in some years. The last time
Mr Stewart visited there was in
1913.
Hugo Stratford, master mechanic at the Dunwell, was suddenly stricken with acute appendicitis and is still in a serions
condition. Dr. W. A. Whillans
performed the operation, assisted
by Dr. Carson of Premier, and
though the patient is not out of
danger, he is reported as doing
well. Mrs Statford was wired
for and has arrived from Vancouver.
last Sunday.
Niel McDonald, manager of
the Froy, left for Vancouver
Sunday.
Mrs, L. Craine and child returned on the Prince Rupert from
a visit outside.
Charles Larsen returned Sunday from a visit in Prince Rupert
with his old partner, William
Hamilton. /
Hugh Wake left last Sunday
for Seattle, and his side-kick,
Eric Smith, has gone to Vancouver Island for a short visit before proceeding to England. Both
have been for some time at the
B. C. Silver.
Thursday, Nov. 18, the winter
schedule of the C. N. R. goes
into effect, the Prince Rupert arriving in Stewart each Thursday
after that date at 7 a. m. and
leaving for the south via Anyox
at 11 a. m.
F. C. Green and his assistant,
W. H. Forrest, have left for Victoria, after spending six months
in this district on mineral claim
re-|surveys, including, the George
Gold Copper, Red Top, Summit,
Ore Mountain and Adanac
groups. They exrect to return
early in the spring.
A "Kids' Dance," arranged
by the ladies of Hyder, will be
held in Pioneer Hall on the night
of Saturday, Nov. 20. The word
"kid" includes anyone up to the
age of 147 who enjoys dancing
under perfect conditions. Victor Durant, the famous violinst
of the North, will have charge
of the music, which puts the
seal of perfection on this feature of the entertainment.
I NESBITT HAS
G00DSEAS0N
J. H. Nesbitt reports having
just completed a yery satisfactory, season's development on the
Ruth ft Francis property on, Glacier creek, owned by himself and
associates. The work consists
of considerable open cutting and
surface prospecting, with good
results. The lower tunnel, which
gives an additional 90 feet of
depth below the upper tunnel,
shows six feet of ore that averages, On three independent samplings, between $70 and $80 per
ton, not taking into account the
heavy antimony content.
The lower tunnel, as in the
case of the upper one, is driven
on the vein, and has still some
60 or 70 feet to go to get under
the main shoot, which is in the
neighborhood of the intersection
of a cross vein. However a very
satisfactory condition has already developed, the face containing two streaks of high-grade,
one about a foot wide; then from
2 to 2g feet of vein matter, and
another streak of high-grade,
16 inches in width. "Samples
taken from this latter shoot have
given retarns as high as 233 oz.
in silver, besides a heavy lead
content.
The engagement is announced
of O.W.J.Chapman, of Stewart,
B.C., son of Mr John Chapman,
Littlehampton, England, to Miss
Gertie Withrow, of Vancouver,
B.C.
Boosts the Dalhousie
Tom Pope, who is considered
one of the best hard rock miners
who ever came this far north,
says the Dalhousie will be one of
the biggest miner* in British
Columbia. He has worked there!
ever since development started.
A Prospector's Protest
Mr. Editor:���
It is with mueh
regret that I have heard that Mr
G. R. Bancroft and Mr B. W. W.
MacDougall have left the district. As an old-time and successful piospector and miner, of
not only this but of many other
camps for the past forty years, I
consider these two of the best
men that ever came into this district, and sincerely hope that
they will return.
Yours truly,
J. H. Nesbitt.
PROGRESS ON
THE DUNWELL
Prospects are that the Dunwell
concentrator will be working at
about the end of the year, according to a statement recently,
given out by R. M. Stewart,
president of the Dunwell Mines
company.
It is reported that surveys
have been completed tracing the
Surprise vein encountered in
driving the No. 4 tunnel, and
later exposed on the surface
where crossed by the new road,
across to the west vein of the old
Stewart Mining and Development Co'b workings in which two
good shoots of ore were opened
up in 1910 and 'It. No development work has been done on
these two shoots other than their
location. The outrops form one
continuous vein, and. it is anticipated that development will be
I resumed on this vein next season. I
PROGRAM FOR
EXTENUATE
After spending a week inspecting the season's development on the Extenuate property,
Grant Mahood, president of the
company, in an interview with
The News this week, stated that
an extensive development program has been decided upon, embracing the increasing of the
camp accommodation to 35 men.
Lumber and materials are now
#
being sent in for a. two-story
bunk house, 24x18, a compressor
house, and assay and general
office. Cyril-Jackson has taken
charge of construction and will
rush the work to completion. As
soon as this work is finished the
driving of two tunnels will be
undertaken, both being warranted, Mr. Mahood states, as a
result of the development already
done. One tunnel having already been driven on the vein,
jt is the intention to drop down
the hill and drive another for a
distance of 800 feet on ��� the vein
at what will be the 300 foot
level, for the purpose of getting
under the showing and exploring
the vein at depth. Tbe second
tunnel to be driven will be a
2000 foot crosscut tunnel at the
600 foot level, that has the same
objective only at greater depth.
The machinery for this work will
be installed as soon as the buildings are ready, Mr. Mahood
expressed himself as 'being well
satisfied with the result of the
past season's development.
Japanese Alpinists Climb at Jasper
H
EADED by Yuko Maki, under
secretary of the Japanese
Alpine Club, six noted Japanese Alpinists have left Jasper
Park Lodge, at Jasper, Alberta,
for a twenty-five days' trip into
the Columbia Icefield, one of the
least-known portions of the Canadian Rockies. Their trip will
take them to the headwaters of the
Athabasca and North Saskatchewan Rivers, and an endeavor will
be made to climb Mount Alberta, a
virgin peak which has so far defied all efforts to conquer its
higher slopes.      Members of the
J tarty state that if the territory
ives up to their expectations it
will attract hundreds of Japanese
Alpinists annually. The expedition is elaborately equipped scientifically and tha equipment includes still and    motion picture
cameras and a omplete dark room
with which pictures will be developed in the field. Three Swiss
guides, Heinruch Fuhrer, Hans
Kobler, and Jean Webber, from
Jasper Park Lodge, are accompanying the party and five guides
and forty horses from tha outfitting stables of Fred Brewster, are
being used on the trip. Thia is the
largest party which has left th<v<
Lodge this year, and the first party
of Japanese Alpinists to tackle
some of the untried fields of the
Canadian Rockies.
The party is shown ready for the
start from the Brewster ranch.
Left to right���N. Okabe, M. Ha-
tano, Y. Mita, S. Hashimoto, Y-
Maki, Fred Brewster, Outfitter; H.
Fuhrer, J. Webber, H. Kohler,
Swiss Guides.
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practice Love, Tolerance, Ckarttr, Service'
emd thetrmmflr ei "4* nto
we woald he stone by,
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OactaOBoaof
gatfcerei froai tae ea* of tfce carta, tani
oa taeoaerifrial altar of tae Great War,
erbick emded tight years ago
afl taeyhad, taeir Krea, tacir
of tae earth taaa
Bat aafortanatc>y we axe
.     ���     too ready tm forget- aad aa we forget to
of tae E^aV
jaat rack a deciee do we be become aaatcr-
etkd r jjn^j^ iadh itiaalbtk, seiasfa aad iatot-
eraat, aad jaat so sareiy as we forget, ao
wil we hare aacriiee aad
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Caarlifb aad aaeadiag service to
to ear aeigfabor, oae to
daily fife the world over
F. C. GREEN
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CITO.  ENGINEERS
EC LAND SURVEYORS
Stewart.  R C.
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"The Convenient Hotel"
HOTEL    KEITH
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far
the
generation* to
aught be a free
of ii i flint ion
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Tbeydied, that
to
edil were thooewlfioas of Mothers, Wires,
Sweethearts aad little ChiWrea who gave
ap these aaaj tor the sasse riaae.
What a price to pay!   What s debt we
awe!   Adewttlrtcaaaererfeieeaid,bBt
eaa oary he partly discharged hr ear re-
aMaabraaee of it,
taey left neaiaa.
Afl siowa tare-ogk the
aaoaaasfBoas hare fired, safcred aad died
ra the service of hastaaity. Our pnraeat-
datf drUizztion, with tt* gnat freedoai
aad all that taatauaaa, with ito eowrforto
aad idriatsgir. haa all bcea boaght aad
paid for ia aatold saReriag, sad sacrifice
of life aad lia*, aad dear ones, hy aatold
aullioas of oar forebears.
The last great war, with all the saff-
eriag and sacrifice, waa jaat oae af the
great Mile staves oa tae road slsag which
ririKretioa is ararchiag. A aiile stoae
that whether we woald or not, daty to
those who had saffered and died ia the
sare aa froai aaother hole
of War.   It Matters aat whether ia
ignorance,   blinded by adfishaeas;
toy to ia jare as hy deed or word of
it is a daty htaded down  from
who ia their aulfioas gave their all,
that we practice tolerance, lore, charity
aad service to oae aad afl.  .Toward the'
indmdaal, aad for aad toward oar cess.
aiaaity.   Each working in oar small way
to hold aloft the Torch.
We are Tbe Dead.      Short days ago
We lived. Celt dawn, saw sunset glow.
Loved and were loved, aad now are lie
In FxnAen Fields.
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Take op oar quarrel with the foe!
To yoa from feating bands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.'
If ye break faith with oa who die.
We shall not sleep though Poppies grow
In Flanders Fields.
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On the 3rd of November, 1817, tbe Bank
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Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART TOWNSITE . .
Head Omct
101 Petabertoa Bkck,     -   VICTORIA, B. C
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Agents
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listings of properties for sale wanted
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Fifth St, Stewart. BC
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold. ��77,66\P-";
hide Gold. $122,808,469; Silver. $74,111,397; Lead. $89,213,907;
Oopper. $197,642,647; Zinc, $39,925,947; Coal and Cok, $273,-
048,963; Building Stone, Brick. Cement. $44.906.8S6: Miscel sneous
minerals, $1,594,387; making its mineral Production to the end of
1926 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF .$920,919,628
The substantial progress of the Mining* Industry of this Pro* :r,ce is atria   e
exhibited in the following figures, which show the value of pr.-: net ion for
******** Hi*****' Periods: Por all y��ara to 1895 inclusive.  fW.547.241;   f r
jwt iat��-l����. ��57,S05.��87; for five years 1901-1905. ���96,507.968; (or five
1906-1910, $125,534,474; for five yeara 1911-1915.   $142,072,603;  for  fivi
1916-1920 tl89.��22.7��; for the yea. 1961, ���8,667,641; for the vear   li-
158,848; for the year IS2S, S41.S0I.820 for 1924. 648,704,604. far 1925.Kl
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS. $404,649. S7f.
I/niejnining bsa onlv been in.profress foj about25  yeas, and
only about one-half of the Prtvineatas beenpfospeeted; 200,000 square mil.-
of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
Tbe mining laws of this Provinoe art more liberal and the lets
lower than of any other province in the Dominion, or any Colony in the Briti->
Empire.   Mineral locations are granted the discoverers for nominal fee:-.
Absolute Titles art obtained by developing such properties, i-
curity of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Report's and Maps. m��?
be obtained gratis by addressing
T��'K HOW. THE MHVISTSJt OF MINES. Victoria. British Columbia.
N. B.��� Practically all British Colombia Mineral Properties upon which de-
velopment has been done are described in some one of the annual Reports
the Minister of Mines. Those considering mining investments should refer to
each reports. They are available without charge on appKcatioa to the Depigment of Mines, Victoria, B. C. Reports of the Geological Survey of Oanads.
Wineh Building, Vaneonver. are recommended as valuable sources of infor
mation. Reports covering each of the six Mineral Survey District* are pub
liihed separately, and are available on application.
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works is taking advantage of
good weather to do some gravel
work on the lower stretches of
the road to the Duthie mine. Under the heavy traffic of the past
few years the old corduroy has
collapsed to make a difficult
stretch of road to negotiate
with the heavy loads of ore. It
is understood that considerable
gravelling is to be done on* the
road as a means of overcoming
the annual troubles occasioned by
bad roads as the frost leaves the
ground, and that this work is to
continue as long as favorable
weather prevails.
Shipments  from   the  Duthie
AGENTS FOR
COAL-
CAPS
:POWDER
FUSE
DOMINION TIRES
AGENTS FOR   UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY
PETTER
VICKERS-PETTER
OIL ENGINES
THE
WORLD'S BEST
FOR   ALL
POWER PURPOSES
Large Stock of Both
Engines and Spare
Parts
Always on Hand
FACTORY BRANCH
Canadian Fetters
Vancouver, B. C.
Distributors for B. C.
B. C. EQUIPMENT CO. Ltd.
Dealers ia All Classes of Machinery Vancouver, Canada.
STEWART BOARD Or 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,
Board Rooms
f
*\
In the Center of Everything
HOTEL  ST. REGIS
Vancouver
Corner Seymour and Dunsmuir Streets.
Vi
Canadian National Raws
STEAMSHIPS
Leave STEWART
VANCOUVER
PRINCE RUPERT
12:00 Noon
SUNDAY
TRAINS LEAVE
PRINCE RUPERT 11:30 A. M.
DAILY
EXCEPT
SUNDAY
ALL POINTS EAST
S. S. PRINCE JOHN Ex. Prince Rupert fortnightly for
Vancouver via Queen Charlotte Islands.
Agents For All Ocean Steamship Lines
Full Information  and Reservations from
P. S. Jack or R- F. McNaughton
Stewart, B. C District Passenger Agent
Prince Rupert  B. C.
mine have continued steadily
during the past summer, notwithstanding concentration on
development work in the shaft.
For the nine months ending
September 30, .1242 tons have
been shipped to the Trail smelter,
and as this is all hauled down by
trucks the traffic is a great strain
on the dirt rpads that require
considerable patching to keep up
to necessities, and the department is making a start on permanent work both as an encouragement to the mine management and to relieve the calls on
public funds for temporary
work.
In the list of shippers to Trail
smelter for the nine months ending September 30 only twelve
properties made heavier shipments than the Duthie mine, including the smelter's own properties.���Interior News.
Brewing is an
important
industry in
British Columbia
I~>EW citizens give thoughtto what the Brewing
I  Industry means to British Columbia, as an
industry, yet it is an important factor in the
industrial life of this province.
It is not necessary to emphasize the millions of
dollars invested in the brewing industry in this
province. The thing that must not be lost sight of
is that there are hundreds of men employed throughout the year in the making, storing and transporting
of the products of the breweries of British Columbia.
Breweries are constantly improving and keeping
modern their plants. The Amalgamated Breweries
of British Columbia have spent over $300,000 in the
last few months for improvements aud equipment.
Breweries are an important customer of the farmers
of British Columbia, their purchases of grain and
hops running into huge figures each year. There
is no British Columbia industry that spends more
of its total income right in this province than the
brewing industry.
The brewing industry brings large sums of money
into the province. British Columbia beer is attracting
attention abroad for its purity and high quality.
Export markets in Australasia, China and India,
are constantly growing.
British Columbia beers are winning their way in
these countries in direct competition with beers from
Great Britain, Germany and Czecko-Slovakia. They
are winning their way on quality and they are
powerful advertisements for this province.
Facts like these are not romantic, but they are
important and should be considered by every
citizen. They are not commonly mentioned by
those whose business it is to attempt to destroy
the brewing industry in their determination that
the people of British Columbia shall be prevented
from enjoying a pure and healthful beverage in
an open and above board manner.
Proof of the high quality of the beer manu- '
factured by the Amalgamated  Breweries is
the   remark   on   recent   analysis   made   by
McDonald and McDonald, analytical chemists
of Vancouver, stating:
"By the analysis, samples prove to be excellent
beer. They are high in extract, nitrogenous
matter, phosphoric acid and ash, while the
acidity is low and the volatile acidity practically
nil, which is proof that the beer is a wholesome
nutritious beverage."
(Signed) McDONALD & McDONALD,     .
Per A. W. Sattebi-ibld,
Chemist.
Dated Vancouver, Sept. 23rd, 1926. .
Amalgamated Breweries of British Columbia, In which are assoe'vted
Vancouver Breweries Ltd., Rainier Brewing, Co. of Canada Ltd.,
Westminster Brewery Ltd., Sliver Spring Brewery Ltd., Victoria Phoenix
Brewing Co. Ltd. -      ��� ���
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
CONCENTRATES
Europe prosperity will be reflected on the copper industry.
Gold properties in Lillooet are
bringing that district to the fore.
The Hedley Gold Mines Company will erect a plant to treat
the concentrates at the mill.
Slogan of the Granby Consolidated : ' 'Buy something made of
copper���the everlasting metal."
The day is not far distant when
Canada will become an exporter
instead of an importer of petroleum.
The Sullivan , mine in East
Kootenay is the biggest wealth
producer in British Columbia.
Profits, $60,000 a day.
rt
Dr. H. A. WhtMans, Physician
and Surgeon.   Office, corner 6th
and Victoria Sts. Hours, 12
o'clock, noon, to 3 p. nh, and by
appointment I
Newell
i Rooms
Comfortable Rooms, $1.00 .
2 Chair BARBERSHOP
Wm. Newell
BATHS 50c.
Clean, Modern,   Convenient.
The Water Is Always Hot!
And we don't mean "Maybe. ���'
���L.
NEN
Look at Your Hat!
Everyone Else Does!
Silirom*
Come in and make
Your selection from
the latest Fall
Shades and Styles
For Men
THE MASTER HAT OF CANADA
BEAMAN
BLOCK
H.ZEFFERTT
STEWART,
B. C.
BUY the BEST in MEATS
We Sell Government Inspected Products
USE
SHAMROCK BRAND
HAMS flACON  LARD  BUTTER  EGGS POULTRY
P. BURNS & CO. Ltd.
In buying insurance
You buy protection
Therefore the best is none too good
 SEE	
ROLSTON
And get the best.
Stewart Dairy
J. Campbell,    Prop.
Fresh Milk
Table Cream
Butter
ICE
Buttermilk
Whipping Cream
Beaman Block
Columbia St. Entrance
UNION STEAMSHIPS
The popular T. S. S. CARDENA sails from Stewart ���
Every monday at midnight for
Prince Rupert and Vancouver via way points.
Northbound;���
T. S, S. Cardena leaves Vancouver every Friday, 9 p. nt.
" " Prince Rupert Sunday, 8 p. m.
For Alice Arm, Anyox and Stewart.
For further information, Reservations Etc.
Apply W. J. CRAWFORD (Crawford Tranfer Co.) Agents.
Office 5th St., Stewart.
Prince Rupert Agent  2nd Ave.   Phone 668
HEAD OFFICES, Union Dock, ft. Carr all St.   Phone Sey. 306. W SHEIMUE GFT Off
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