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THE NEWS WIfcL KEEP
YOU POSTED ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF THE
MINES���$5.00 THE YEAR.
VOL. 5, NO. 2
Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests wf the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   1,   1923
��W7B THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
$5 THE  YEAR
THERE'S A GOOD
TIME ADOMING
Stewart Civic Bodies Unite
in Enterprise to Make
This Town a Real Nugget of tha North
Throwing all considerations to
the winds with the exception of
oie principle���that of accomplishing the most good for the
greatest number. Stewart has
done for herself what the combined   intelligence   (?)    of  the
STRIKE VEIN
ON DUNWELL
Lower Tunnel Penetrating
Dyke and Into Large
Vein���Event of Supreme
Importance to Property
The Dunwell mine is the
cynosure of all eyes ut the present time. Monday the miners in
the lower tunnel broke through
the dyke of extremely hard rock
that has tried their muscles and
tempers   for   the    past   three
STEWART-HYDER LOCAL NEWS
William Swenson has finished
plastering Charles Knipple's new
residence.
W. Goldbloom, the Rupert fur
buyer, was in port during the
stay of the Prince George.
A. M. Durback, mining engineer of Los Angeles, arrived
Sunday after a stay of several
weeks in the southern city.
G. D. B. Turner, consulting
engineer of the Indian mines,
left Sunday for a trip to Montreal. He expects to be away
left Sunday for the Dease lake aDout B\x weeks.
country. William McNeish, auditor for
Billy King, who had several, the B. C. Workmen's Compensa-
ribs broken a few weeks agoby>tjon Board, arrived Sunday on
be unable to accomplish for which they have been crosscut- a horse falling on him, is out of the Anyox and has made a visit
Alaska ��� coordination   of    all l ting.   The opposite wall has not] the hospital. | to the Premier mine,
branches of the government.        ! yet been reached, nor assays ob-     Mrs. Dale L. Pitt left Sunday,    Ed ���lie Haddon, former checker
Conflict of authority, overlap-jtained, and at this writing it is! for  a visit with   her  daughter j for the Premier on the wharf,
ping of activities, wasted energy too early to give details as to the
Get in line. Be a booster.
Take in the dance, June 4.
Louis Johnson, electrician at
the Premier, was down for the
weekend.
T. J. Shenton, mine inspector
for this district, arrived yesterday on the Pachena.
The Anyox arrived Sunday noon
and loaded Premier high grade
ore for the Tacoma smelter.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyons, who have
been at Thirteen-mile all winter.
FRANK BREEZE
BONDS L & L
Promising Glacier Creek
Property Taken Over by
Pioneer of the Camp for
Outside Clients
United States Congress seems to | months, and into the   vein   for
FORTY NINE
AND THE BUSH
Both Will Be Worked This
Summer by British Capital Under Supervision of
B.W.W.McDougall
in a contest for supremacy
among the various civic bodiee,
have all oeen eliminated, and the
extent or value of the ore body.
The importance of this strike,
however,   cannot   be    overesti-
path cloared for the advance of a I mated, as it establishes the
bigger, better and brighter - foundation for future work
Stewart. j which  can be carried on ail in
Elizabeth,    who    is    attending; has  gone  to   accept  a similar
school in Rupert. position with the Britannia Min-
J.A. Stevens, road engineer in* Co- at Britannia mind,
for this district, and Geo. Young,     Miss Esther Olson, teacher for j ^ from a foQt tQ six
road   superintendent,    returned two years in the Hyder public
this week from Alice Arm. school, left Sunday for her home
in Seattle, the school term  for
J. Frank Breeze, who left for
the south Sunday after spending
a week here, went out with a
bond on the L and L group which
he secured from John Hovland,
administrator of the estate of the
late John Lockwood, who owned
the property. The L and L consists of three claims and is situated on the north fork of the
middle fork of Glacier creek. A
number of surface cuts have
been made on a strong vein, exposing two ore shoots, one of
which is of  exceptional  length
or more
feet in width. A tunnel was
driven on the vein 125  feet,  the
Roy Clothier,   who is nursing
an injured leg, the result of be-
this year being completed.
At   the  Citizens'   Association j 0*-e,  every round   of  shots   re- fag kicked by a horse, has  left     Next week the  Grand  Trunk
meeting Wednesday night repre- soundjng  to   the benefit of the
sentatives of the Hospital  Board j property.   It is hoped that full
and Fire Department took part <jetails  can   be   published next
in the proceedings,   which con-1 week,
sisted of adopting the resolutions
prepared by a j >int committee
from the three organizations who
had met a few nights previously
and laid out a consolidation
scheme. The utmost harmony
prevailed, and the Spirit of Optimism attended forecasting an
era of prosperity and improvement hitherto unknown.
The program involves the addition to the Association executive of the chairman and secretary of the Hospital Board anu
Fire Department, but these tvw
organiiationt will carry on as ai
l1 '-sent until the annual meeting
of the Association the first Saturday in August.
Other matters taken up were:
C operation with the Moose lodge
"��� an invitation to President
Harding to visit the head of
���''���������Hand   canal on  his  Alaskan
the hospital and is now living at steamer service will change, the
Both the Forty Nine and the
Bush groups have been taken
over under working bonds by H.
S. Denny and associates of London, England, according to
authentic information received,
and will be operated to the limit
of development throughout the
season if not continuously. The
Denny interests also control the
Daly Alaska on the Alaska side,
and B. W. W. McDougall, engineer in charge of the latter property, will also oversee operations
on the recent acquisitions.
During the years 1919 and 1920
a considerable amount of development was done on the Forty Nine
first 40 feet following the small under tne management of Harry
ore shoot, from which  one  ton Howson,   and  financed by Sam
ver.
Mrs. Banfs.
Bring Fine Furs
Bert Olson, Tim Williams and
���.��� ,T .... .     .       ...     R. T. Crosby, manager of the
Bi   Hobi   came in Sunday night .        ,    ,  ,    D , ..
1 local branch of the Bank of Mon-
from    a    trapping   expedition,  trea,  received  word  that  he  j3
bringing about 100 beaver skins, j tne father of a son, born yester-
a number of martin  and  mink, day afternoon in Victoria.
one fisher and a wolverine.    The     If the stack   of  sawdust   ac-
beaver are as tine a collection as cumulating at the Hyder sawmill
ever came to Stewart,   and   the il to be used up,  someone  will
his home.
_   4    _. .J    George, and arriving in Stewart
C. A. Banks, manager of the Saturday morning at 7 0-c,ock.
B.   C.   Silver,   returned  Sunday
from a business trip to Vancou-     E. C. McQuade of Victoria, a
He  was accompanied  by I friend  of the  Fraser family, is
was sorted and shipped  in  1913
Prince Rpert replacing the Prince I and gave returns of 273.5 ounces
fisher is exceptionally large and
well furred. Ihey left here
February 8, and went in between
the head of Bowser lake and the
Unuk river, spending three-fifths
of their time traveling and only
ubout 20 days trapping. They
met Kimball snd Harrison, who
went into that section from here
last fall. The latter have had
fairly good success trapping, and
have to make preparations to put
up about a million tons of ice
next year.
Bids for building the new road
from Stewart to the old wharf
will not be opened until June 6,
the postponement being made in
here to help take  care  of the
Stewart drug store while George
A. Fraser, the proprietor, is under  treatment   in   the
hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Georges,
globe trotters and scenic investigators, arrived Sunday from
Vancouver and have rented the
"middle house" near the railroad depot. They intend spending the summer here.
silver and 22.1  per  cent  lead.
The face of the tunnel was near
the large ore shoot   when   work
was suspended and mineralized
stringers were coming in.
In his report to   the   Minister
Jubilee j of Mines for 1919 Geo.   Clothier,
resident mining engineer,  said:
"Should the ore shoot (the large
one) extend down to the tunnel
' level and retain its size and   val-
; ues indicated  on   the   surface,
| this will make a profitable small
I property.
A. T. Eckoff who, with M.
Cuvris. purchased the John
Lindsey building in Hyder, B.C.,
a short time ago, has gone to
Vancouver on   a   business   trip,
Dance  June 4
Everyone in town   is getting
behind the big dance to  he held
order to give local contractors a| During  his  absence the   photo on the ni-*ht of June   4   "' the
chance to compete.
Residents of the forest reserve
addition   to   Hyder    have   con-
studio is closed; but  Mr
will attend to orders.
While working his team   pull-
trip thiH summer; authorization! are now prospecting for placer
"���the   executive  committee   to around Twenty-mile creek.
"ok into the possibility of hav-i	
'"if a passenger and mail service! Ocean View  Leased Edgar Provinse is   now
established between Stewart and,    ..      ,��� ,,      . .     ,        . Lying the large addition built to
Maple Bay and way points,   wtth !    Mr8' *********** ** ***** I J  *-   ������,, 8tore ,��� Hyd���,   an(i
Hyder,
structed a walk  on one side of ing rocks on   the road
the main street from the bsnk to
the old mill site,   a   distance   of
about one half mile.
Curvis Hotel Stewart. The dance has a
double object���to commemorate
the birthday of King George
and celebrate the union of all
organizations in Stewart mtoone
V'olun-
Silverman of New York, owner
of the property. Two tunnels
were driven and a considerable
amount of very high grade ore
opened up, the values being in
native silver, ruby silver and
sulphides. In addition several
diamond drill holes were driven.
Mining men familiar with the
ground say that no particular attention has been paid to a large
vein of milling ore that crosses
the property.
The Bush, which is controlled
by Grant Mahood and O. B.
Bush, has excellent surface
showings, and a long tunnel
was started to crosscut the vein
series, but was closed down in
192U before the objective had
been attained. Several stringers
ui'high grade ore were crossed,
but the main sluwings were
not reached.
, ...��� *. - occu
.  I *tm***a*   tku   lurira   BllllitiOll     ll
Mrs. Florence Sin
Btewati   as   headquarters;   the! the Ocean View hotel in  nytjtjr.\fltm^m% to*nmpmnieeethai
���"-me committee to  take up the  B. C   from   W. K.   Tooth ���n(l|wil| compare favorably wttii any
-ttbjeet of street  lights, also to| taken possession, Mr.  and  Mrs. ! mercantile establishment in   thei
"'operate with the International Taath having come   to  Stewart j north.
uZT   CIMb   '"  ��*!��*   "where they will  build a home      Friends of Mrs.  W.   H    Telia
fcJ.Cs.-t, .���., H.���ry M.  Me��*M  -     ��.| ���*������������� ^*
'" ������"��� *"-���''*������ provided, when li���y-..d�����M.,,,
evening to a spread in the Sourdough Club, in celebration of
Mrs. Tolin's birthday.
>rt
���"���w members for the Association, land under Mia. Smith's control
'-lection (and a nid vociferous ap its tiigh standard will !>��� maio-
l-laii*,) of W. K. Touth as cinal'.mined, a* ehe is an experienced
*t ihe Fire Department; adoption mausget and c*tn be depended
'-' I vote of thanks to William upon to provide every cutiven--
���'*���-�� fur Ihe use of his hall for nice ami ton.i..it.
'"���-etiiig purpeeee.   I he selection
Stewart and Hvder,   Ernie Armstrong had his right   leg   badly
in   i      j        ��������*������������... l powerful boosting body
crushed   Wednesday    afternoonjK
by a large rock that broke loose | *^�� >*r* w*nted to decorate the
and struck him. He is at his hall, from 7 until 9, Sunday
home under the care of Dr. H. A. evening.
Whillans.
The Pachena, Captain Gammon, arrived from Kupert yesterday morning on the first trip
of what will be a regular run.
The boat will leave Kupert every
Wednesday at ���; p.m., arriving
here Thursday morning and leaving al ti pin. lhe same day.
Way points along the canal will
be served.
Let There lie Light
Jancowski Kros. turned the
"juice" into the wires from their
electric light plant this week,
and although still oaiy tuning up
the machinery, with the lights
imperfect, they :nad�� a great
ditlereiice in the appearance of
places uf   business   which   were
Renal* work of   tha  trails  in
c.  i ii      i,.ii, i,-, ikn   *iuu  ' prepared tor the innovation,   lhe
Salmon valley built by tne  Alas-
J. McHugh, resident tngim ��l kan Forest Set vice, is proceed- two-cylinder, lifi-h.p. Miet* &
of the fisheries branch ol C-ning under lite ioieiuanship of Weiss engine is wotking into a
I iuparUneUit of Fisheries, arrived Jn-g   Ferguson.      '-'*'-   lr*'*   u*'  state of perfection an i. with the
Revive Georgia Group
Beaton & Hemsworlh, brokers
of Vancouver, have bonded the
property of the Georgia Kiver
Mining Company and will do
some development this year, according to Seymour Campbell,
who arrived from the south Sunday, accompanied by F. McDougall, the two leaving for tha
property Tuesday. The group iB
known as the Guggenheim group,
.and is situated on the wast side
of Georgia rivsr, about nine
miles irom Portland canal aud at
an elevation of aboul 30UU feet.
Uver ilHJ feet of underground
work has been dose m past
years,   and  some   bunaiua  gold
'-' a treasurer for the
organua
J  ('.McFarland.   lur a year ei   Wednesday on  lhe   Depatlmtnl Fish creek has tWM put in  g'>"" 125-k.w. generator,   will   furnish   -**********
***-*��������������� H<M| at  the js.nl more on (ge Premier  tram  stall   hoal Marfish and lell  lhe   same oonditlun and  the   crew   '��uVt^ ,,, tll, |,ahl a,,d uewer tfca town
���-imittee te* aathonted ie full at aagW ttation Ma, 1, toft vita 4af ** *****    �����****** **  ***** ����� J-"-  le**�� V'?!1 i       reuuirt fur some tiae  ihev
'"���  "ng.   wastak.n   under  ad   M-��.   McFarland  and daughter;turning Sunday  aad   taking   a ^ji.   $.  |   Iwloalaf,   of  the
fur     Portland    iaal craw tu Matmdin lake  i.. ispan \ Kurest lM-a.iim-i.i.   If   WpaftaV ���*����������������� ������*��� **  -*********
- lesiue-i-t-S4-4 will be aiiiiuumeu JuMpliii-t
a,r' Sunday.
the hah laddei.
(ending the work
wurkliiK Wllhin a inoiitli.
The SleAail Mineis' Social
Llub was re-opened tins weak in
tha ilulel King Ldwanl with
Kaany McKa> lweoo*e*n PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWAKT,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   1,   1923
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The Portland Canal News
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
W. R. HULL
News Editor
���*> a ." ,
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
that in any case he and other geologists of
the university staff would not willingly be
parties to that kind of research. If Stanley Park had a body of coal under it nobody would be allowed to open a coal mine
there. This is a case where curiosity may
safely remain unsatisfied. "Wher ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to be wise."
Advertlains Hates:
Display Advertising, 60 cents per inch per issue.
Notices, 20 cents per line.
Reading
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
FRENCH POINT OF VIEW
X
���0
A   DUTY
DURING the past few weeks Stewart
has been experiencing an epidemic of
petty thieving. Articles have been taken
out of motor cars, out of and from buildings, or from where eyer was convenient.
The exact object of the thief, or thieves,
is not quite clear, for he or they, seem to
have a fondness for tools of any sort or
description, and have already collected
more than one man requires. In view of
this it would appear that they have a
ready local market for whatever they can
pick up. Whether this assumption is correct or not, is immaterial. The fact of
importance, is that there is considerable
petty thieving going on, and it is high time
a halt was called and an example made.
People who will steal anything that
they can lay their hands on, are dangerous
to a community of this sort, for while
they possibly won't do any very great damage in town, these same people are of the
type that rob prospectors' cabins and
caches, and in so far as they do this are a
menace to the entire district, and should
be shown absolutely no consideration
whatsoever.
Doubtless they are very smooth
tongued, plausible individuals, known to
their acquaintances as good fellows. In
this case they are still mora dangerous,
for the reason that their opportunities are
increased.
The clear outstanding duty of every
man, woman and child in the community,
is to report to the police anyone seen taking anything that does not belong to them.
The police working in the dark can do
little or nothing, therefore if the people
re to get any protection, the co-operation
of everyone is essential.
Any individual who protects a thief by
BONAR LAW had the good fortune
to retain the good opinion of the French
leaders and press, without doing more for
France than Lloyd George. He never approved the Ruhr occupation and more than
once expressed his disagreement. He regretted the hasty and separate reply of M.
Poincare to Germany. No distinction can
be made between the policies of Bonar
Law and Lloyd George toward France.
But the former was more quiet and conciliatory in his personal tone. Unlike his
predecessor he kedt himself in the background, leaving the contentious discussions
to the foreign secretary. As a consequence
the French press has the most kindly language for the retiring prime minister, and
only severe words for Lloyd George and
Lord Curzon.
"PEACEFUL   DUTIES"
BULGARIA is reported to have
adopted a novel form of conscription.
Young men and boys are being drafted for
peaceful duties. The boys and men are required
to give one or two weeks each year for service in
roadmaking, farming, railroad construction, coal
mining, dish washing, clothes washing, and in
making uniforms, furniture and supplies for the
government. Eight large cities are trying out the
experiment with girls as well as boys. School
children and students must give one week of cem-
pulsory labor in the autumn and in the spring.
Under supervision of teachers they disinfect and
clean up the schools and repair books. The law
is founded on the idea incorporated in William
James' essay on "The Moral Equivalent of War."
There are some women who make fools of men
but more women who make men of fools.
Pilgrim, don't think just because you have
drums in your ears and band fn your hafe you arc
the whole parade.
The nearest approach to perpetual motion iB a
man hunting a drink before tha vendor's store
opens Monday morning.
Cardan's General Store
GROCERIES
Let us serve your next order.
HARDWARE
Many useful lines at worth while savings.
DOLL   UP
Bargains for men who are going to paint.
...GOOD  SERVICE  WITH  A   SMILE...
TOURIST ROOMS NOW OPEN
Rooms to rent by day, week, or month.   Suites if required.
Special Monthly Rates
MRS. J. YOHN, Proprietor      ....      STEWART,   B. C.
SALMON RIVER BANKING COMPANY
HYDER,  ALASKA
(Incorporated   Under  tho  Laws  of   Alaska)
4   PER   CENT   Paid  on   Savings  Bank   Accounts
Canadian Funds Accepted on Deposit.
Money Telegraphed to all Parts of United States
J. A. HALL, Pres.    D. LINDEBORG, Vice-Pres.   IRENE HALL, Treas.
Hyder Transfer Co.
STEWART   AND   HYDER
H.   L,   REID   AND   LOUIS   LEGG.   Props.
SADDLE   AND   PACK  HORSES
COAL   AND   WOOD
See us for Teaming Contracts      Prompt Deliveries
Exchange Grill
"JAKE'S    CAFE."
MEALS REDUCED IN PRICE
NOT IN QUANTITY OR QUALITY
FRESH VEGETABLES and Fruit direct from thegardens
in the south.   No middlemen's profits.
BREAD���We are still selling the LARGE LOAF
FOR   25   CENTS
SOLE   AGENT   FOR
Ad in an Ontario paper: "Warning! Women
wearing the new Egyptian styles should keep to
the inside of tht sidewalk so as not to frightsn
the horses.   J. Lozisr, village constable."
lt is stated that there are places in British
Columbia where liquor is sold at two bite a drink
or three drinks for a half. It Is further claimed
that any man who Invests two bitson himself next
remaining silent,  is equally guilty  with | appears in ths front ranks of e funsrai procession
such thief, of any act committed, and in |     '   ���
addition ia a still lower speciman of humanity, for remaining silent they condone
the crime, but lack the sand* to commit it.
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
Agents for Barton's Circle VV Smoked Meats
Try our Pickled Beef and Pork
Mixed   Sweet  Picklea,   Sauerkraut.   Dills  and   Mince Meal
always on hand.      (j mliiy our mot to.
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
A   Sl'FKKIrJNT   AMSWKK
DEAN IIKO* h'S etaUttiMt about the
exploration of Stanley Hrk for coal will
not shock or grieve tha Vancouver eity
couueil. While Dr. Brock stoea not think
there ia much of intereat to he learned
auout coal in ihe park 1.* murks suggest- ,
CANADIAN GAMED GOODS
lirown, 1'a.kud, amij < aiiiiixl   in   British   i <>l
aaabU.   i."*tt thai *��� straight frmm O-c farm
tn ths can, rataii.it-K Oiurrtawr ai.<l irstalia-i ��� ��
HARDWARE      htOPARTMKNT
With >ut lying, without ��/.j. of tha "trick* of
the inula, 'wears j��r��|.i*;��d lo ijouu price*
that will surpria* yuu     Ws can outfit  c***p*.
GREY  ih   WILSON
rrewAM
STEWART UND COMPANY, LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners j
af BTBWAKT  TOWNSITE .  .
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PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.
DALBY B. MORKILL
MDTINQ SUEVBYOK
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART, B. C.
ERIC C. CAMERON
Wireman & Electrician
Stewart,   - - -   b. c.
PURITY   FLOUR
DR. ALFRED H.   BAYNE
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE RUPRNT.
HELGERSON     BLOCK
A.   ANDERSON
Cobbler and Shoemaker
Stewart, B. C.
DR. W. D'ARCY CHACE
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tsuporaly
HYDISR,       -        -        -        ALASKA
DR.  C. C. CARTER
DENTIST
Hyder,
Alaska.
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
Leading  hotel in  northern
hritish columbia
H. B. ���OCBBSTKR, Manage!
European I'lan S1.5o jut i p
���        SylOpsfc if      ,
land JUt ^nnirtrnnis
malm-im   price   of
I* aa aera
flnrt-olftHo   land
second -. *li.i lo
reduced to ..
11.60 an acre
I've-eruption    dow   confined   to   tot
were* land* only.
Ilecorda wUI be tfraiited cover    �� -ly
laad suttahls fur ae*ri��tUiural |h,j . **
snd wfclcti is 'ion -Urolssr laud.
Partnership  pro-smptioiui  atx.l; -red.
but parties of not mors than fom
arrana*    for    adjacent    pre sm; ���
with Joint residence, but ea i. m i i,
necsaaarjr Improvements oa rma, ��� t
' .4.111*. ftj
tre-ssas>Uirs must occupy claim       i
8ve yeara and make Improvemi.
value nl UO ear acre, including    .���
"���a and cultivation of at toast I *��� ,**.
LlHil,,r* ���"���"���"'������a Crown Oriuit
Wher* pre-emptor In oaoiipurio
lea* than i -nam, and lias madi  i
portion*!* Improvements, ho ma>
caus* ef lll-hualrh. or other .-au ���
grant** Intermediate certificate of nr.
���>r��*r*i-**nt and iransfe- his claim
Haoordii    without    permanent    rn-<
asn** may  be  Issued,  provRled apt
at9 ******* Improvement* lo sxi.m of
MO�� per annum and records sarin  i
year.    Failure to m..ke Imaretsini     i
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traaam* land
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��� I    Mere.."       -- PORTLAND   CANAL
NEWS,
i i
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   1,   1923
IH�� Pioneer Transfer
WOOD
COAL..
YOU WANT SERVICE-WE WANT BUSINESS
Truck, Team and Pack-horse Freighting
Motor or Saddle-horse any time, anywhere
For Safe-keeping use our WAREHOUSE
E.  A.  YOUNG
PROPRIETOR
BREAD
CAKE
SPECIAL ORDERS TAKEN
m<;ht lunches
ice cream
PASTRY
FRESH MILK
SOFT DRINKS
STEWART   BAKERY
GRANBY ADOPTS
AGGRESSIVENESS
The Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power Co.
recently took over control and 90
per cent ownership of the Allenby
Copper Company.
D. G. Jacklind. W. H. Clover-
dale and H. G. Moulton, of the
Allenby Co., were elected directors. Col. J. T. Crabbs was
elected president.
Tha Allenby Company, it was
announced, has $800,000 cash in
its treasury, and the properties
are to be put in operation at
onca,     adding     approximately
brought satisfactory results.
There is an immense deposit of
iron pyrites ore on the preperty
carrying $1.75 in copper, nearly
$1 in gold and silver, and from
40 to 50 per cent sulphur.
It was learned that the work
of the company on the property
this year will consist entirely in
metalurgical work on the ores
to determine their commercial
availability. If the eompany is
successful in finding a profitable
method of treatment, develop-
| meat work will follow next year.
Anyox Concentrator
Work is advancing in a most
satisfactory manner on concentrator construction at Anoox. The
pouring  of concrete   has corn-
twenty million pounds of copper menced and the work will be
a year to the Granby's present1 pushed to completion. The track
36,000,000 pound output. has been moved so as to accom-
We have just opened our  Restaurant in  the Northern
Rooms, Stewart, and hare named it the
GOOD   EATS   CAFE
A name implying a
intend to
DAVE   JOINVILLE,
reputation which
lire op to.
we
PROPRIETOR
COAL
$16
PER   TON
"ITS A BLACK BUSINESS
BUT WE TREAT YOU WHITE"
LAWRENCE & WORKMAN
OR   FRED   YOUNG
Information has been received
that  the   Granby   Consolidated
CAMPBELL & DUKE Proprietor. M-n!��*�� Smelting & Power Co.
  has taken another bond for $250.-
^NEWELL
W.   L.   NEWELL,
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.
ROOMS
modate the rushing of work on
the new crushing plant and excavation of rock for this unit will
begin immediately.
Proprietor
Barber Shop in Con-
000 on   the
Pyrites Co's
Gulch   creek,
Ecstall river,
Rritish Columbia
property on Red
30 miles up the
which flows into
Slocan Prosperous
Mining  conditions    generally
throughout  the Slocan   district
the Skeena river from the south are looking the best for many
,,��-���-, o  ,    r��� u,     In'ar   ltS   m0Uth'    The   Granby years-     Myta* Prices are S����**-
nection.    Cigars, lobaccos, boil Drinks.       bolo lablesiCo. formerly  had  the property smelting rates lower, and for the
Rooms    $1     PFR    DAY !under  bond   for   $200'000  but first time in the history of Brit-
iiouinti,   3> |     rtn    UMT Hrr-nnPr. it in 1990   after having
drilling  and
under   bond   for
dropped it in 1920,
spent  $10,000  in
SANITARY AND CAREFUL HANDLING
GUARANTEED BY
PIONEER   DAIRY
MILK, 20c. PER QUART
EGGS, NEW LAID, 50c.
PER DOZEN 	
CREAM, 60c. PER QUART
30c. PER PINT. 15c. PER
HALF PINT	
FROM  MAY   1.   DELIVERED
IN STEWART or HYDER, B. C.
MRS. FRED YOUNG   -   STEWART, B. C.
A   QUALITY   ATTAINED
ORDER   THAT
NOW
A QUALITY MAiNTAINED | tunneling which, it isunderstood.
SUIT
ish Columbia, except for a short
time of abnormal conditions pro-
20th  Century  Clothing
duced by the war, zinc ores and
concentrates are being accepted
by the Trail smelter' The shipper receives payment for the
zinc as well as for the silver
values.
HAS   A   REPUTATION
H
SMITH   BLOCK
STEWART, B. C
Department   of   Public   Works
NOTICE
TO CONTRACTORS
RENOVATED AND NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
HYDER
ALASKA
HYDER HOTEL
Under management MRS. DELLA LYTLE
BENSON'S   PLACE
THE   LEADING   CAFE
KING   EDWARD
high
The continued success of our business is due to the
standard of service and quality, w hich is our motto.
Don't fail to try our 50�� MERCHANTS' LUNCH.
THE  BEST   Bread,   Home Made  Pies, and Cakes
DM!       UM       ASK     MOTHER!
J. S. 8TICKNEY
PROPRIETOR
STEWART MEAT MARKET
K.   S McCUAIG
Manager
Full line of Shamrock Hams and Bacons. Sweet Pickles, Sauer-
I ������������it and Dills. Fresh Fish, Beef, Mutton, Pork, and Poultry
���^pt in our own cold storage.
P.   BURNS   &   CO.
Atlin Electoral District-Stewart-
Hyder Road.
SEALED      TENDERS,       endorsed
' Tender   for   Stewart-Hyder   Road."
j will be received by the   Honorable  the
; Minister of Public Works up to noon of
| lliursday, the 31st day of  May.   1923,
for the construction of  approximately
1.02 miles of the  Stewart-Hyder   road.
Plans,   specifications,   contract,   and
forms of  tender  may  be  seen on and
I after the 14th day of May, 1923  at Department  of Public   Works,   Victoria;
Public   Works    Office,    Court   House,
] Vaucouver; District Engineer's  Office,
l Prince   Rupert;  Assistant    Engineer's
j Office, Stewart.
Copies of   plans, specifications,   etc.,
| can be obtained from  the   Department
on payment of a depoait of 110.00, which
: will be refunded on return of the plans,
etc., in good condition.
Each '.ender must be accompanied by
au accepted bank cheque on a charter ad
I bank of Canada, made payable   to  the
| Honourable   the   Minister    of    Public
I Works,   for   the   sum of fS.r-OO. which
I shall be forfeited if the partv tendering
decline   te   enter   into  contract   when
called upon to do so.   The cheque of the
successful tenderer will  be  retained us
security for the due and   faithful par-
formance of the work till  the  satisfae-
I tory completion of the contract.
Tendera will not be consideri-il un'eai
made out on the forms supplied, llgi ��� d
witfi the actual signature of llu- tenderer, and enclo**d in the anvelopea
furnished.
The lowest or any tender   sot   MCM
narilly accepted.
P. PHILIP.
Public Works I    .
Public Woiks Department,   Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, P. C.
May H, ISwf,
ATLIN
ELECTORAL     DISTRICT
CIGARS
TOBACCOS
SOFT
DRINKS
Highest Grade    Nuff Sed
HYDER,  B. C.
NOTICE is hereby given that;
I shall, on Monday, the 18th day
Ol June, 1923, at the hour of 101
o'clock in the forenoon, at the
Government office, Anyox, B.C.,
hold a court of revision for the
purpose of revising the voters'
list of the above named electoral
district, and of hearing and determining any and all objections
to the retention of any name or
names on the register of voters
for the said district.
Dated at Anyox, B. C, this 7th
day of Mav. 1923.
JOHN CONWAY,
Register   of Voters Atlin   Electoral District
Crawford   Transfer  Company
GENERAL   FREIGHTERS
GOOD SADDLE AND PACK HORSES
COAL POWDER
ACETYLENE WELDING      GENERAL BLACKSMITHING
STEWART, B.C.
HYDER, ALASKA
and  invite
We have moved into our new premises
you to call and inspect
TRY   OUR   KE   (REAM
Iir ST   ON    MARK hi
STEWART NEWS COMPANY
li     P,    QIBBON,    rUoKlKIOK
pan
No.
TRAVERSY   BROS.
Stewart Taint 8hop SitfiiH
Painting       Paper Hanging
OTTAWA  HUlLWNl* rOUHTN ITMU I
MAIL   CONTRACT
SKAI.KD TKNDKKS,   eddreaaed  tu
I Um   Puetmaiter General, will   b.   re
��� i-ived at Ottawa Until MOO, ,,i, t-iiday,
die 22nd June, ltfUM, fur lhe eojtveyanea
lit* Mojr.ty's Mails, on * propoeed
contrast for four f**i t��icep< week
on the route in.-1 mou Stewart and
Steamer wharf, twtu the Ut tt
null
Printed notice* containing fuilh*i tu
i,iimetawi a* I posed
on tract may be ***n snd blank   I
uf Tl       ��� i   ".*\   it* .<OI.il   .   ! ..I      ��� ���    Ptsjl
St. a ail,    ti   i I *l 'he
..( ihe 1'istriiI
1 i'.-slal S..
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I       !���
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
X   Fractional, XX   Fractional. Vancouver. Vancouver   No.   1,    Vancouver!
No. 2, Vancouver No, 8,   Kuby   Silver, j
Ruby Silver No. 1. Kuby Silver   No.   2 I
mineral claims, lituate In the  1'ortland
< .. ..I  Mining Division of Cueisr   District.    Where located: West of Cascade
creek. Salmon river vall.-y.
Take   notice   that   Reginald   S vines,
Barrister, ef Winch Buitdfoff- Vancou- \
ver,    B. Ci   acting   as    agent     for
I'remier  FxtenMoii  Gold Mining   Com-
any, I limited  Pree Miner'i Certificate
SS294C,   intend  ��ixty   days   from j
the    date    hereof,    to     "I'i'ly       to
the Mining Beeordei for a Certiflcsteef I
Impfovemeots for the purpoae of ob- j
taining a  Crown  Grant   of  the  above
claim*.    And further take   node*   that
action, under section 86, inu��t   be com
menced   before   the   issuance   of such |
Certificate of Improvementa.
Dated this sev. nth day of April
A.D. 1��23. 47
MIN ISA! At f
C*rtiti.ati of improvements,
NOTICE.
Jean nm ��� i.ll claim, situated in th*
Portland Canal Mn.mg Division of
Cassiar diatrict When located: In
Salmon river valley, adjoining on eaat
of B. C   Silver Mines.  Ltd
Take   notice   thai   I,   Dalby ii. Mor
kill,  of   Stewait,    S, C.,  r ree  Miner'*
i . /I.in ate No.        60SS4C,        IliU-nd,
BUlV day*    from   tl l.ereof,   lo
ai.pl> tu tin  Mining Hi. order for ��� Cat
lineal.- oi Improvements, for Um pas
MM   ,,(     bteinina   *    f town    Grant
nf   th*   above   claim*.   And   furthei
take     notice      lhal      action,     under
aeetion ao. must  be commenced ���
the   I...1SJHS of stirh   Ccil.fl.aU   .1   in.
ptevesseats
I'.led    this     1211.    dsy     uf    Mail.
ADD***
The only ftrat-class and up to date hotel
Canal district
in the Portland
Hotel King Edward
STEWART,   -   II.  C.
Running Hot and Cold Water.     Baths.      All the conveniences of the city.    Dining Room in connection
European plan $1 per day and up
W.    H.    TOLIN, Manas-er
BEAT YOUR WI
You might be able to, or again you might not
BUT   2   BEAT
11 ii    1'rices    we   Defy  You.
Groceries
MK.VS
WKAK
Hardware
Husmeaa waa never letter, as  we have the  goods
ami you know our tuputaliuji tui .juality.
L S. WHITTAKER - STEWART I I '
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PORTLAND  CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   1,  1923
I   IF YOU ARE
PARTICULAR
ABOUT YOUR MEALS OR
RESTAURANT SERVICE,
TRY OUR SERVICE....
You will be a regular customer.       All the delicacies of the
Season on Bill of Fare.
LUNCHES-HOT   OR   COLD
SILVER   GRILL   mrs. ada mercer. Prop.
OCEAN   VIEW HOTEL, Limited
HYDER - B. C.J
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
AU Modern Conveniences���Baths, Electric Light
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos, Peterson Pipes       %
BALL AND BANQUET ROOM IN CONNECTION
Catering to Large and Small Parties.
MRS. FLORENCE SMITH, Manager Tel.-l Long
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
Hotel Stewart
W.   DANN,   Proprietor
Steam Heated Rooms      Comfortably Furnished      Baths
Drying Room      Dining Room
i e
FIFTH   STREET STEWART
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $76,542,203-
Lode Gold, $109,647,661; Silver. $59.814;266, Lead. $61,810,891;
Copper, $170,723,242; Zinc, $24,625,839; Coal and Coke. $238,-
289,565; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $36,605,942; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,358,839; making its Mineral Production to the end of
1922 show
* AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $734,259,619
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 nil years to 1895,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five yeara, 1896-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,509,968: for five years, 1906-1910, $125,-
534,474; for five years, 1911-1915, $142,072,603;    for five   years,
1915-1920,   $189,922,725;   1921.   $28,066,641:    for  the year 1922,
$35,158,843.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $339,280,940
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 fee*
lower than those of any oth-sr Provinoe 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 Orants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may
We obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES. Victoria. British Columbia.
Canadian National Railways
HYDER WINS
SECOND GAME
In a practice game on the
Hyder grounds Sunday evening
the Hyder team all but whitewashed Stewart's aggregation of
base artists, allowing only one
run, while gathering in seven
themselves. Neither team had
its full quota of regular players,
and Stewart was without a
catcher, so borrowed Harry
Lohrer, who showed evidence of
having worked behind the bat
before.
Sam McNeill pitched five innings  for  the  Canucks,  being
then relieved by Jack Tyler, who
had some of h'S last year's form
but not enough to overcome the
lead of five runs piled up in the
first and third innings.   Harold
Blanton took the box for Hyder,
and his shoots,  hops and fadeaways had the visitors buffaloed.
Local members of  Pat  Burns'
army, Harry Lyon of Hyder, and
Ken McCuaig of Stewart,  were
greeted with ringing cheers from
the  thirteen    spectators   when
they    pulled    off     sensational
catches  of  long   flies.     These
eaused  an   amount of puzzled
conjecture,   since there are no
flies in the meat markets, and
how did the boys get the practice?
Lawrence, the Watchmaker.
Miss Rosie Rc3ang left Sunday
for Prince Rupert
W. J. Crawford, head of the
Crawford Transfer Company,
left Sunday for'Edmonton, and
expects to bring back a string
of horses. ;
R, R. Wilson, manager of the
Big Missouri, Unicorn, International and Stoner groups, returned Sunday from a business
trip to Vancouver.
Frank Bowler, formerly stationed at Stewart on the R. C.
M. P. force, was here Sunday
during the stay of the Prince
George. He is now stationed at
Rupert.
GROCERIES
DRY GOODS
EDGAR PROVINSE
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
HYDER
ALASKA
LOT  FOR   SALE
At a bargain, Lot 30, Block 5,
in Hyder, B. C. Piled and approach built. See Tom Kollins,
Keith Hotel.
Building: Supplies, Roofing, Glass, Mining Supplies,
Powder, Caps, and Fuse
SHOES AND RUBBER GOODS
HARDWARE
FURNITURE
LOCAL   NEWS
S. 8.   PRINCE   GEORGE
From Stewart, every Sunday at 12 noon for Prince Rupert,
Swanson Bay, Ocean Falls, Powell River, Vancouver.
Victoria and Seattle.
S. S.   PRINCE  JOHN
From Prince Rupert for Vancouver via north and south
Queen   Charlotte   Island   porta, April 28. May 12. 26, 30,
Passenger Train Service���From Prince Rupert
DAILY, EXCEPT  SUNDAY,  at 8-00 pun., FOR SMITHERS.
prince George, Edmonton aad Winnipeg, making direct
oonnst'tiona for ell points East mutt Boutfc.
For Atlantic Steamship **M*e�� orfurther information, apply to
���ay Canadian National Agent.
Dr. H. A. Whillans, physician
and surgeon; consultations at office of Stewart General Hospital.
10 to 11 a.m., and by appointment.
The artistic dresser made by
Max Priebe and raffled for the
benefit of the Hyder forest reserve sidewalk fund waa won by
Commissioner Frame.
Louis Anderson has taken his
brother Gus' place as shift boss
at the Premier during the latter's
absence across the pond. Louis
was formerly employed at the
Juneau Alaska.
The public are requested to
help in maintaining an efficient
mail service by placing their letters in the postoffice before Saturday night and not wait until
the last minute.
II. Y. Russell, sales manager
for Canadian Explosives in British Columbia and Alberta, and
G. W. Davis, for a number of
years representative in northern
B. C, left Sunday for Vancouver
after spending a week in the
camp.
A. K. Sweeney, one of the
Premier mill mechanics, left
Sunday for a visit to his home in
Scotland. He also figures on a
side trip to Brussels, where he
became quite well acquainted
during the late unpleasantness
with Germany.
Ernie Bryton, well known
Alaskan interior packer, arrived
recently from Ketchikan arid intends making his heme in Hyder,
having purchased the house
built by Bernie Stone. Ernie
worked with tilondy Charlton en
ths Alaska-Yukon boundary survey through to the arctic ocean
and later took part in the Shu
ahana  stamped*.
PORTLAND CANAL L0D6E
L. O. O. M. 1218
Meets every first and third Mondays, Stewart and Hyder.
H.  E.  HOOTEN
ELECTRICIAN
House Wiring a Specialty
Orders may be left with H. Zeffertt
H.
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**J*
BENNETT
AGENT   FOR
Phoenix London, Liverpool
and Globe   British American
Fire Insurance Co's.
STEWART       -       -        B. C.
CRESCENT
Furnished   Rooms
HYDER,   B. C.
RATES, $1
H. HICKS. Prop.
POOL!
You can pass a pleasant hour
PLAYING POOL
at the Hotel Stewart
Cigar Stand Im Connection
PROGRESSIVENESS
IS THE POLICY. . .
of this Drug Store. You will
find here everything one would
expect in a City Pharmacy.
Our Preacription Department
ia at your service.
perfumes
latest odors
Stewart Drug Store
WHEN   IN   PRINCE   RUPERT
STAY   AT THE
NEW KNOX  HOTEL
O.   BESNER.   Proprietor
Comfortable Rooms Best Meals in the City
Family Style
INSURANCE
GUARDIAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. QUEEN FIRE INSURANCE CO
NATIONAL FIRE  INSURANCE CO.
NORTHERN     FIRE    INSURANCE    CO.
BRITISH   CROWN   ASSUSANCE   CORPORATION   (FIRE)
CONFEDERATION    LIFE    INSURANCE    CO.
PACIFIC   MARINE   INSURANCE CO.
GLOBE   INDEMNITY   CO..   FOR   SICK   OR   ACCIDENT.
H. W.  M.   ROLSTON
NEWS   BLOCK,    -    STEWART
Use Your Money Like a Horse
MAKE IT WORK
THE  ONLY   WAY   TO  DO  THIS  IS TO  PLACE IT
RIGHT-THAT IS WHAT THE BANKS DO
F. C. LAWRENCE
\9 9 9       JEWELER
mlt'U   W.   \Jtlo
f.WAirn AM:
AND
OPTICIAN
American    Watches   at   Manufacturers' Price.
HYDRR   -   ALASKA
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Op*n tt a.m. to tt p.m. (including Sunday.) Meeeaaes
delivered in Stewart. B. (
The Latest Opportunity Offered   You   is   the
WASHINGTON
SYNDICATE...
The mora you investigate this tha better you will like it.
Full information can be supplied by ERNEST BLUE
and W. S. ORR, Hydar, or H. W. M. ROLSTON. Stewart
E.  ARMSTRONG
GENERAL.,..
FREIGHTER
TEAMS     PACK HORSES
Ai;T,   ���   -  n
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
run DOsUC)
Manager
TAXI
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