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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
y0lj POSTED ON THE
OFYKLGPMENT OP THE
M|\HS-$5.00 THE YEAR.
Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
SEND THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
'VOL 3. NO. 29
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   DECEMBER   16   1921
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Cop
WILL TRY OUT
TRAM TO-DAY
some development work, came
up recently for supplies and intend returning shortly. Mr.
; Shough says that they have built
a good cabin and blacksmith
! ;'ilverado to Operate���Great j a-iop and started two prospect
'   Determination Shown by tunnels-  ��ae of which is  i^
SHOULD  BE   IN   CABINET
Just  arrived,   good assortment  of
Christmas goods.    H. Zeffert,   gents'
outfitter, ladies' ready to wear, Smith
block. Stewart.
Management���Mining to
Soon Commence
In spite of tremendous difficul
���ties, in the form of unprecedented bad weattfer,   the outsidt
development work on the Silver-
|ado is  about   completed.    The
tramline, to which some minor
alterations have been made, is
|mw complete,  and  the buckets
vere run over it for the first time
iday.
This work done, the next thing
|to bt- undertaken is the stretching
|of a cable from the upper terminal of the tram, at which
[point also is located  the camp.
faced up and the other a short
distance under ground. The
veather was abominable all the
time they were there, making
the outside work extremely
tedious and disagreeable, but
they managed to get in good
shape for the winter, and figure
that by spring they can have out
a shipment of the ore discovered
several months ago, samples of
which assay from $70 to $256 per
ton. The property is quarter of
a mile from the beach, so there
are no transportation problems
to overcome.
THE Dominion election is over. The results are
known. The people have expressed their wish. The
tight was lost and won, with its disappointments and
misgivings on the one hand, and satisfaction and jubilation on the other. The game was good, the game
was clean, the game was fair.   Therefore, let every
man live up to his British standards of sportsmanship  nPer' P/esu���b>y from the JJJ
r , arrived on the Provincial,   Wed-
and wish to the victors success. More than this, let nesday, for the purpose of look-
every member of the constituency put his shoulder to j ing over the New Alaska. The
the wheel and boost in every way possible for Fred I Provincial made a special trip in
The defeat of the Union government is already showing signs
of prosperity. The next day,
after election returns were in,
Dr. Fraser purchased a new $35
stove. Doc states "a cold day is
coming."
Fred H. Dakin, a mining engi-
" I Thank You "
The  "mechanical staff"
who
(across the gulch to the showings, | compiles the type on tllis  family
fthat are some 860   feet  distant.
journal was presented,   election
It is estimated by Howard Cam-. ^^ by  the  president of the
feron who, since the resignation ,oca, 0l.dt.,. of Wi**ing Workers
of K. L. Clothier, has been sap- with a combination patch-work-
jerintending the work,  that  this j qjiit.rUg.COat.     The making of
will not be a very difficult job and thigunique garment must  h.ve
jv.ill  therefore   not   take    long. \
lO.ice  this  cable   is   completed
taken    considerable   time   and
patience, as t he blocks were only
; uiningl twQ jncheB _������ containing al.
loperations will be commenced on
jthe flat veinjand that the ore (12
Itmsj which is already sacked
Idd the dump, will be brought
jdown the hill. Every otfort is
Ibeing made to complete the nec-
jessary outside work as soon as
jp^sible, as it is the intention of
ihe company to take out and ship
the colors of the rainbow, and
then some. This coat will be
worn only on state occasions.
Count the colors and see how
many times he has changed his
political creed. To the lady,
Mrs. Workman, who cut, shaped
and   made   the    garment,    the
Stork of Skeena to be included in Mackenzie King's
cabinet.
This Province has for years, both under Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, and later Sir Robert Borden, been represented
in the Dominion Cabinet; therefore, it is reasonable to
suppose that there will be in the next cabinet a member
from British Columbia. Fred Stork is the logical man
for such a position, for not only is he head and shoulders above his colleagues, but he also has had more experience in the public life of this Province. In addition to this no man has exceeded him as a supporter of
his party. One time mayor of Fernie and later of
Prince Rupert, he has proved himself not only a leader
but a man of executive ability, both in public and in
private life as a successful man.
British Columbia is entitled to a cabinet minister.
The central and northern sections being new need a lot
of attention, and no one can serve them better than a
man who knows them as Mr. Stork does. Therefore,
Stork is the logical man. Get behind him and boost,
regardless of party affiliations. The good of the
country comes first.
TUNNEL PROVES
A URGE LEAD
Fish Creek Mining Company Making Good Progress-Success of Property
Assured���Sacking Ore
for that purpose.
Comer's Lightning Xpress, between Stewart and Hyder, is now ,
in operation.   Besides conducting that the recent btd weather has
Some days ago Harry Tanner,
superintendent of the operations
of the Fish Creek Mining Co.,
was in town and reports everything going well at the mine on
Fish creek, in  spite of the fact
a general transfer business he
will run a '"coach" passenger
service every three hours between the two tewns during the
winter months.
On Monday last in Hyder the
Miners' hotel was disposed of at
marshal's sale to satisfy a judgment issued by the commissioner's   court  in   that town in
lett them without any trail whatsoever. Fortunately they provided during the past season good
winter quarters and laid in sufficient supplies to last them all
winter
A continuation of the crosscut
tunnel on the upper lead has
proven   the  Vein  to  be 11 feet
.STEWART   LOCAL   NEWS.
"mechanical stall"   wishes her
fonsiderable of the high grade |AMerry Christmas, and hopes
�� before the snow goes  in  the j that hor trail through the wilderness of 1922 will be blazed with
���pring:.
The bringing of this property
fnto operation is a great credit
fo both  the   past and   present
���inajrernent and also to che
[������"i who hive actually done the
There was a big run on the
local banks last week, and several were put out of commission
���snow banksi
A new consignment of  Songs,   Music
and Records at Stewart News Co.
The Citizens' Association dance
Healh, Happiness and Prosperity.
Best on Earth
Santa   Claus,   esquire,   should
not forget the children of Stew-!
art.   They are the best behaved '
on the 23rd is going to be a good | chosen from {h& whole dfatrie|.
will preside over the festivities
favor of Mrs. Josephine Green, wide, with three distinct shoots
Attorney Sundmacher bid the i0f high grade shipping ore, the
property in for Mrs. Green. vein   filling  all   a  g00d milling
E. G. Archer, assistant to the product.   The crew is now sink-
superintendent of the laboratory ing a winze on the vein and also
of  the   Tacoma   smelter,  is  in I drifting to the east  toward   the
charge of the assay office at thei       .    . ,,    , ...
���      . .      _    ���        ,i        i   'crest of the hill.
Premier   mine  during   the   ab-1      -
sence of George Irwin, who is in | The h,gh -?rade is being sacked
Vancouver on a holiday. To'as it is broken ddwn and will be
many in this district Mr. Archer'shipped, with a considerable ton-
is no stranger, having met many nage from the lower workings,
local people in the Kootenay soon as weather conditions are
countrv. He was employed in1 . . ,
_,     ,     , . , ��� j - .      such that the management can
Rossland for some time, and later
spending four years in the "lab," depend upon a good rawhiding
at Anyox. tra*'down to tne   lower reaches
Igloo No.  20, Pioneers of Al-|of   the   creek�� at which point it
aska, is arranging to give a New \ will be transferred to sleighs.
Year's   carnival   and   dance   at
Pie Social
A   novel   and   very   pleasant
evening was spent last Tuesday
their hall in Hyder on New
Year's eve. A queen, who is to
be selected by a ballot vote and
one: be sure and   go.   Also   the
hospital dance on the 31st will be
well worth attending.
Fork,
The property being at a fairly
Nhaltitude, and very much ex- aggregation of youth and beauty;
Ned, th< se on the job have had that ever assembled on   this or
fu contend ever since work com
fenced  with rain    and   snow,
p-iven most of the time by venule gales of wind.    In the early
)Hrt Of  the   work mud  on the
Jw<-rle\elawas a g*eat   hand.-
W>. while from two to three and
Fr feet of snow at  the   upper
[""made  things very   difficult
flere*   It was thought that the
Fe"t    heavy     an0w,     which
[�� a depth of six  to seven
PJ�� the upper camp,  coupled
n the soft   weather, would
P"���� cecesaion of the  work;
rtct that not one day was
|�� except for voting on'election
tW'uaks VOlumea for the �������
Ptable will  and courage of
a I ��"  the job-  an<* also the
Udn*tgenient.
���c- Group Winter Camp
"'��� and J\1M
T. Home of Vancouver, arrived
recently to take charge of the
Lyons Meat Market in Hyder
during the absence of Mr. Lyons. I    While many citizens are kick-, attempted by these  well  known
_, ,       ���. ing about the price of hen  fruit', and popular hosts,
T   K    Green   Wa ter Blanton .     ��. ���        ., ��� ,     ,.   ,,
j.  rv.   uict-n,   ,��<*. ln   gtewarti   J|J?t   think ot   the
and   Fred   Dorey   returned   re-: ,e Qf whjte Hq^        .      $.
cently from   Keteh.kan    where Ij^ f(ff ^
they were initiated into the Elks,
lodge.
any   other    globe.   Each    and
everyone is a little lady or gentleman.    As the poet would warble;
They came into this world weeping,
While all around them smiled;
Ami are living so that they can go out
���militia.
While all around them weep.
Paddy  Baggon,  who   skinned
.  .     burros on the deserts of  Arizona
T. T. Thompson,   who  estab- and ^.^ ._ ho]ding thg ^
lished the first dairy   in   Hyder,   ^ on Comer*a 0verland  Flyer
returned recently to that town between Hyder and Stewart.
and     will   again    re-enter   the
S.   P.   Fitzgerald  and   P. C.
business. ' .    .
\ oeaudreau recently   repaired the
The s.s.   Marmion  arrived   in j telephone line  between  Stewart
port, Tuesday evening last,   and.and    fjyder,   which    had   been
co.ijmenced discharging a large | grounded in several places during
night in the Newell building. A
of the evening, which will be of |lar*?e number of people gathered
nature and quality never  before at an early hour and dancing was
kept up until  after 2 a.m.    All
the ladies brought pies,   which
With   this   week's   issue   the , just before supper time were auc-
Hyder Miner opened Book Three, ! tioned off by if P.   Gibson,   who
Text,
week,
'Pros
from
announced that no one would be
Chapter     One.
perity."     Each
... . i ���       ,, ...      .,��� ���    allowed to pay more than $2 for
kiver to kiver,     the   Miner   is, F J *"
full of reading   matter  that   is a Pie-   The first one put up was
helping to develop   the   mineral,sold   immediately  for the  limit
wealth of this northern country, ; price.    There being a surplus of
and the support   the   paper   re-, bachelors, bidding scon  became
ceives   from    local   merchants, I so fast and furious that the  auc-
prove the good work  is appreci- tioneer was rushed by a pie hun-
ated.    The News wishes Editor gry crowd, and in a few minutes
-rjmenced discharging a  large: RroundJd in'several places during  Hu" aml staff the besl  lhat thr a11   the   *)les   wertJ   B�����-    The
vho
H. C.  Shough,
the B. C.
,.,rtL e,lt     t0 '"       '���     '< S'lVIII
Ifelat,   aouth Borgia river
Vl     " ,mrt ��f 0ttober ^ e-
h w'"ter quarter8  and  do
Hyder Fire Fighters
United States Deputy Marshal
Stanley Oaksmith, who was recently elected fire chief for Hyder, i
has organized the  Hyder lire de-1
partment as  follows:   Assistant:
chief, Walter Blanton; members!
of the committee, J.   K.   Green,
Fred   Dorey,   Charles   Blanton,
Blondy   Charlton, Jack   Sutherland.   Sam   Fry-  Charlie Frank
and  Noel   M.   Traveay.   All of
which    familiarized   themselves
with the working of the chemical
engine and gave it a try out last
Friday.
consignment of freight early  on , tne re(.ent heavy snow fall.
Wednesday morning.   The .Marmion is on the run  relieving tlie
Amur
Martin  M.  Smith,   who  went
outside
that was reported to have!outside   for medical  treatment,
1,4,  _nm��tt-h��rfl  in has written   his   brother   Harry
run on the  rocks  somewneie   in ���
to the   effect   that  the doctor in
northern waters.
Prince   Kuuert   sent him,   after
Last week the News appealed yxaminatiun>     to     Vancouver,
to residents of Stewart  lor used L-hwe he ja now in  the hospital
magazines and illustrated papers, undergoing treatment.
which will be done UP in bundles |
t   to   the   Silverado and ;    Constable Frank Howler of the
New Year has on its bill of fare, total receipts amounted to almost
The Christmas dinner at the $5��- This money will be devoted
King Edward grill this year pro- l0 the Children's Christmas tree
mises to be a "great, grand, fund- The organizers are very
glorious feed." Already Caterer ; Hateful to Mrs. Newell, who so
Hawkinson has the bill of fare , ablv arranged and carried out so
"going some," Horace Grizzard, BUCceNful and novel a form of
who has catered to Queen Lil of j entertainment,
the Hawaiian Islands, tbe crown i
beads of Europe, and the swelled     The body of Charles  Palmer,
heads of the  United States,   has  whose untimely   death   was   re-
Sn far none na\
come In.
small favor of you, while
have  R. C. M. P. and  Provincial Con-1 the "pot boiling."     Jake states ported in last week's issue,   will
and sent
This is asking a very I stable Scarlett left yesterday for | the price will not be embarras- be sent out on the Pachena today
it will the Premier mine  for the  pur-sing.   Christmas day "Peace on I to Prince Rupert under the care
more  cheerful pose  of  bringing   down   Chris earth, goodwill   to man," will of George Fraser.   ltissupposed
f    tl '    en in the camps.   Lend Earsen, who recently tried twice) reign supreme at the King Ed- 4hat the burial service will take
h   d to make life brighter for to commit suicide.   He will beI ward grill, when the millionaire j place In the terminal  city,  but
Bring  in your   used sent out on the Pachena today to; and miner sit down at the same (nothing   delinite   is    obtainable
some one.
magazines, etc.
Prince Rupert by the police.
table.
upon this aubject. PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C..FRIDAY.   DECEMBER   16.   1921
The  Portland Canal News
H.   W.   M.   ROLS^'IN
Editor and Pubn,..er
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN   IWEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
Advertising  Rates:
Display Advertising. 50 cents per inch per issue. Reading
Notices. 20 cents per line.
Special Position Display or Reading, 25 per cent above
ordinary rates.
Certificate of Improvement, $15 (if more than one claim,
$2.50 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.    Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising: Aecepted for First Page
of the camp was "Shorty" Stevenson. Now,
"Shorty" was a character, and at the outbreak oi war, he enlisted at Rnpert. He
was very tall and large, and when he arrived at Victoria as a recruit, the quartermaster did not have a uniform or boots he
could get into. These had to be specially
ordered  for  him.   He   was   afterwards
killed in the trenches.
In this mining camp, near the Alaska
boundary, there is a mountain which required to be named to be named on a new
PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__^^_^-__B1^B_^1-^B1___^1___il^1_^1__^_^^
DALBY B, MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART, B. C.
DR. ALFRED H.   BAYNE
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE RUPERT.
HELGERSON     BLOCK
CLOTHIER & BAKER
ASSAYERS
-*  .      .       .    Stewart.
map, and residents of the district thought 	
B. C.
it would be appropriate to name it "Mount R.
Shorty Stevenson," to perpetuate the name
of this early prospector of the camp, who
died in action.
E.   LUNDVALL     ���
ASSAYER
Hyder Alaska
PORTLAND   CANAL   VOTE
THE vote which was polled, both in
Stewart and the Premier mine, at the
recent election was an agreeable surprise
to all those interested in the district.
While it was known that the town
vote would considerably exceed that which
was polled at the Provincial election last
year, namely 86, yet the most optimistic
did not expect that it would exceed 120.
Therefore, with a number of voters away,
it was a great surprise when it was found
that 145 votes had been cast.
At the mines last year there were in
all 14 votes polled; while this year the
total there was 79. Thus bringing the
total poll for the Portland Canal district
unacuon. J JOHN  HOVLAND
The geographic board of Canada atJ AcoAYEi
HYDER
ALASKA
SILVER SPRING
BEER
^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^_^-^-^-^-^-^-^-^-H ASSAYFR
Ottawa was asked of its approval of this naming.
To the surprise aud amusement of the applicants
the secretary replied that this could not be approved; "For one thing, he was not a short man,
but a big man."
Surely the secretary must be from north of the
Tweed and had never heard of a seven footer of
Sherwood Forest, known as "Little John." I-	
Meanwhile, the name "Mt. Shorty Stevenson" HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
has appeared on the latest map of the district, is- Leading  hotel in  northern
^^ BRITISH COLUMBIA
H. B. ROCHESTER, Manager
European Plan $1.50 per day up
ST.   MARK'S CHURCH
Holy Communion:    First and Third
Sundays in the month at 11:30 a.m.
Evening Prayer:   Every  Sunday  at
7:30 p.m.
Baptisms: By appointment.
REV. EDWIN MOSS, L. Th.
ON  SALE   AT
GOVERNMENT VENDOR STORE
STEWART
sued by the Provincial government, and we hope
it will be kept there.
NOTE  AND  COMMENT
Only Beer Matured in Wood in
British Columbia
"Meighen  Stands   for   All,"   was the party
yell.   The returns prove he stood for too many.
The ^prohibitionists    and   bootleggers  have
joined   forces  to  defeat  government control of
IUUU _fU-- iva   wn    _.-�����----   ���> *
up to 224, or 124 in excess of last year's j lic*uor in British Columbia.   Here's a go!
��� MT
total; and exactly 125 per cent greater
than the estimated poll as published in the
Prince Rupert News, which figures were
based upon supposedly the best information available in Rupert.
Our present day system of government
is supposed to have done away with the
old principle of might is right. But small
communities have long since learned that
as far as getting consideration from governments is concerned it is still a case of
might is right. Might by the power of the
ballot. For if a district has a big voting
strength there is no denying the fact
that it receives a great deal more attention
than if there are only a few voters in it.
_     Synopsis tf    #
land f��t Im:n:m3i-ts
Made of Malt and Hops only
Guaranteed 9 per cent
WILLIAM REID TOOTH
LOCAL   AGENT
Thirteen carloads of halibut left Rupert one
day, last week, for the east. As fish is a brain food,
the west is furnishing the east with grey matter.
Sam D. Kirk, who served under Lord Roberts
in India, died last week in Seattle while praying
in his room. This is not a warning to stop praying.
The Prince Rupert Empire carries a patent
inside. The snake stories have whiskers; but
the patent medicine ads are right up to the second.
The sun will shine just as bright, and birds
and "frogs" sing just as sweetly no matter what
party is in power at Ottawa. Cheer up! Christmas  is   coming !
For a number of years the trough at Vancouver has been kept well filled from the barrel at
This fact, being recognized by every think-j Ottawa. The porkers of the Terminal City will
ing person in the district who has the wel-i soon begin to grunt	
fare of the place at heart, is the reason j jn Vancouver, last week, a man sat in at
why expressions of satisfaction are heard j a friendly game of poker and, with a sizable pot in
on every hand at the size of the poll on Light, caught a royal flush. All the others had
1)   ember 6 Ilield pat naml8'   The snock killed mrn<
The Portland Canal is forging ahead.
The  hand  writing is on the wall.   The
time is not far distant when, if a bridge
How Old is Ann? and If the Half of Nine was
Five, What Would be the Quarter of Nineteen?
were brain  twisting puzzles a few   years  ago.
IIIIIC   IB   lllf 1>   �������-     **tm*i*am.a     ...----,     --     ���      -- c yicii;     ui .....      *,. .u....B     ,  ---       .,-_.. .
goes out, it will be immediately  replaced, I But what is turning a wheel in this family j
. .      . -. t   a      * 1..J1 !:..   1   *l... . .,1', I, ,,������ i if i twi f wm PHino_  I,' 111 ...t-t
ournal
instead of being allowed to sever indefini-
nately cemmunications, as is the case at
the moment with the Bear river bridge.
Then, also, the district will be supplied
with proper warehouse accommodation on
the dock. When work is planned it will
be done, and the lethargy of government
officialdom will not be allowed to perpetrate
upon the people fiascos such as is the case
with the much talked dock extension con-
tract, tenders for wWch have now been in
for over a month.
MOUNT   SHOBTY STEVENSON
IN ike early days of the Salmon river
camp, Portland Canal district, one of the
u^^wn and most PQPUlsr prospectors
is how the editorB of the two Prince Rupert dailies
figured out the majorities for Peck and Stork?
Iltntnium   price   of   first-claae	
reduced to $5 an acre; second-ciaae U
(2 50 an -ere.
Pre-emption   now   confined   t*
veyed  la  Os only.
Records will ue granted covering only
land auitblile (or agricnituraM-urposes
and which is non-Umber land.
Partnership pre-eriiptioun abollsL���-,
but purlieu of not more than four oiay
arrange for adjacent pre-emptions
with Joint residence, but each making
necessary Improvements on respective
cIh i ms. (t
l're-einptors must occupy claims far
five ..i-ai-i and make improvementa to
value of till per aero, Inoludlng clearing and cultivation of at iea.it 1 aerea.
before receiving Crown Grant.
Where pre-emptor in occupation not
lens tnan 3 years, and has made pre-
portlonute improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or oilier cauae, be
granted Intermediate certificate of lin-
provemet.t and transfe*  hie claim.
Records without permanent reel-
der.oi may be issued, provided applicant makes Improvementa lo extent of
(300 per annum and records same eaeh
year. Failure lo make improvementa
or record suine will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in
leiut than b year., .-mil Improvements
of $10 00 per acre. Including 6 aerea
��� :l��a:��-'l and cultivated, and residence
of at lent,! 2 yoats are required.       t*.
Frc-emptor holding Crown grant
nui) record ai.ui.lnii pre-emption, if be
requires kind In cotij.nutien with hit
fat ru. without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made
and residence maintained on Grown
granted land
I n. ni������.-..' i ii areas,  not --needing H
aerea,   may   be   lea. cd   as   hojne-mea,
ii u- to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement condition*.
1*0* gra.lng and Industrial purposes
ureas enoeeaing B10 aerus may aa
le.'. ed  by one per.on or company.
Mill, factory or miim,trial sites en
timber land not exceeding 10 acres
may be purchuued; conditions include
payment of .-tumpage.
natural bay meadows Inaccessible
by existing road, muy be purohated
londltlonai upon construction ej a re ���
to til em Kibale of one-hall ul MM M
road, not exceeding half uf puruliiii-e
I'l'ice, Is made.
"RE   EMPTORS'       FRBB       GRANT?
4, ACT.
I be Niione of this Act Is enlarged te
in.ude all jieriaxis Joining ai-d H*jra-
[n* with I lie Majesty's Forme. Th.
line within winch the heirs or **-������* let
n' a deceased pre-emptor ma* apply
lot title under this Aet la estaeded
fron for une year from tne death of
suuh iihi.'I'. as formerly, until one
.ear after tl ��� eoec i-tien uf the present
a ar. Tata privilege la also made re
i o��. live
No fees relating to pre-empt Ions are
due  ��i   pa-able   i-v   soldiers  on    ure
^^^^^" T-   lti.
MRS. W. J. JANCOWSKI
Teacher of
Pianoforte
STEWART,   B.   C.
King Edward
Grill and
Meat Market
0PJ-N DAY AND NIGHT
TOOTHS
SMOKE..
SHOP...
Soft Drinks on Ice
WATER PROOF TOBACCO POUCHES
WELLINGTON PIPE STEMS
FRESH TOBACCO
Bread, Cakes, Pies
a Specialty
eAeat department
BeBtassortmen!  I
meatintov,  .   Call and
inspect oul ;
Someofthedied-in-the-wool, home-spun, yard-
wide, Simon-pure party men who believed that
the world would come to an end if their party waa
defeated, will notico that this old earth iu still
doing business at the old stand, thank you; with
prospects that this Portland Canal camp will be a
humdinger next year.
TOYLAND IN FULL SWING
EVERYTHING FOR THE KIDDIES
CandieH, Toys, Dolls, etc.       If we haven't got it,
it's not on the market
Christmas QRHBT1N4 CARQI
.....     -������     ,������....��#.��    uj     .,.-���<,....    ....       *mm-
tmpltoiia moulded after June ll!.  INI
Taxed are  remitted   fur  five  years.
1 rovision for return uf moneys ae-
crui il -lie aud heen paid since August
I, lull, ou account of paymeiiu, feee
or lane, on soldiers   pie- eiiipllen*
I  -I   on   ..hi   ��� mem. to  pu<*uhaae
ujw.li  oi  oil)   lots held by members of
Allied   force*, or dependent*, adjured
In ..I   ur   ii direct,   remitted   from  , n
ih imenl to March li. IStt.
-UO   PUIK H'-.S.LH.   OP   CROWN m*
w LANDS. *
i   vi-mn    mad*    for    Issuance    of
.   tints   lo   huIi piirotta*ers     al
��� I..   <Ih    -ogiiing   i.gbu   from
,i,i.i.; mm ��l.n faned te iM-utptete
e, Involving iurieiture, en 1*1
m i . i of cm.dlilone of purchase, la-
i ud taxes Where mile uuictuu-
���1 , do i..I wlalin aotrntv ol ol mlnal pai
,.-i ��� .iefc.ee nrlmm dee and tales n��
Ite iiii ii ,i,ut��d piopoilioilately uvir
in.lie   area Aunlii-atloiis   inu-t    be
-,,,i.lc by  User  i,  UM
m OMA.INtt. "*
ilrsslM  Aat,   lVlta  tar    eyslemsUe
j.v��i..| men* ef llveeieck ln__.u> pre-
ttuom foi erasing dtetrhU apd raage
a4iulnl��tial|<M- undix (*e4uumaslotis*
Annual graaleg permits Issued taasd
M ��uin*er�� ranged; prloilly foi established awaatm. Itook-oe/ner^ ��� '.j-
h no AgepnUtM-ii- fur range rnapsg..
7r*e. or parllally free, permlu
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HCER,   ALASKA
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  Bl
rcHBK
WE  DO NOT   SELL   CHEAP
CUT   COOD   MEAT   CHEAP
J. O. LYON
ET0B
STEWART LAND COMPANY, LIM1TEJ
Founder* and Ori��inal Owntr-
of STEWART T0WN81TK
Hi ai. turn I
lill iviiilictt.i. HI... a, Vl<  |M| '
RealEHtatc   InHurance   Mineu   I���"""
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STEWAH
i ANP CO* PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   DECEMBER   16,   1921
WISHING ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS
We are featuring many Choice
Christmas Opportunities
Lines are so complete throughout that you are sure of finding
just what you want
Make your headquarters here
A despatch from New York
says: Copper metal has advanced 1_ cents a pound since the
improvement in the market set
ina week ago. This advance in
price is a direct result of in-
| creased demand, but, in addition to this, the statistical position of the industry is of interest. This has shown steady improvement of late. Producers
have cut their output seveerly,
both the United States and South | the rate
America, current smelter output j monthly.
in this country being at the rate
of about 12 per cent of the 1920
rate, while the South American
output is at the rate of about 46
per cent of 1920. In all new
supplies of copper in North and
South America are amounting to
about 20,000 tons monthly. Sales
in September amounted to 48,000
tons. Shipments have been
going forward at the rato of 35,-
000 to 40,000 tons a month, so
that stocks are being reduced at
ef   15,000   to  20,000
STEWART PHARMACY
GEORGE A. FRASER
Proprietor
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
F.   C. LAWRENCE
OPTICIAN
WATCHMAKER
JEWELER
HYDER,  ALASKA
fWALTHAMi
LARGE STOCK
LOW PRICES ..
FRED  DOREY
Manager
PICKED   FROM  THE   DUMP
Salmon River
Trading Coty
NEWELL  ROOMS
W.    L.    NEWELL,    Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.    Barber Shop in Con-
[ection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Solo Tables
The Sally mine, near Greenwood, has been bonded for
$150,000.
Dynamite has dropped 2_
cents a pound in price. This is
good news to mining men.
A copper furnace was blown
in at the Trail smelter last week.
This will give employment to 20
men.
A large copper smelting company in Montana is experimenting with copper shingles to see if
they can be made at a low enough
cost to warrant putting them on
the market. If successful this
will help to reduce the copper
surplus and make a new demand
for the red metal.
With 60 ounces of gold  in his
pocket E. J. Taylor has returned
to Vancouver from his   claim   in  oi
the Whitewater district,
DR. W. D'ARCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tomporaly
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
PHONE, 1   LONG, 1 SHORT. 1 LONG
; HYDER,
OYOUS   ANTICIPATION
CHRISTMAS   IS   COMING
ORDER THAT NEW SUIT NOW. Get your Christmas gifts in time.
Call and see our new goods. We have a large assortment for the men and
ladies.     Direct from the fashion centers
ZEFFERT, SMITH   BLOCK,        STEWART,   B. C.
tin, with the news that there is a
rich vein there waiting explanation. He worked for two weeks
with a partner for his 60 ounces,
milling the quartz with the old
fashioned arrastra.
A mill and concentrator have
been shipped to Kitsumgalum
lake, north of Terrace.
Lode mining Is being revived
on Rock creek, which was the
scene of the first stamp mill and
dividend paying lode gold mine
in British Columbia.
On re-opening the original oil
well of the Imperial Oil Co. at
Fort Norman, Mackenzie river,
oil rose to a considerable height
above the derrick, proving it to
be a real "gusher."
It is said the  Mackenzie river
I
fields are likely to make Can-
Ohilco- ada independent of other  coun-i
__��� tries for oil supplies.     Last year
$70,000,000 worth  of petroleum j
and   petroleum   products    were
imported.
The Union mine, near Grand
Forks, proposes to install a mill
to treat the low grade ore. Several thousand tons of high grade
ore, running in value from $30 to
$100 a ton, have been shipped
from the mine, which must now
depend on its low grade ore for
further production.
Salmon River
Auto Transfer
Stewart-Hyder
Stage
F. R. NAGLE,
Proprietor
Keep Your Money
In Stewart ....
Why send Laundry out ef Town?
Latimer Home Laundry can do the
work. Clothes Cleaned and Pressed,
Darning. Clothes called for weekly.
Millions were made in the Last Great West. . .
Get in on the ground floor of the Last Great North
Now on the Market
SUBDIVISION   OF   LOT   4044
CASSIAR   LAND    DISTRICT
THIS PROPERTY adjoins the Canadian Government wharr and
and the Terminus of the Premier Aerial Tramway, on one side,
and the town of Hyder, Alaska, on the other, and is the only property available for business purposes, on the Canadian side. Lots
now being offered front direct on the International highway, which
serves the whole of the now famous Salmon River mineral area,
and  is the only out'et thereto     ::::::::::;::
$2O0       L0TS ARE BEING OFFERED AT       $250
HALF   CASH BALANCE   TERMS
FOR   FULL   TERMS   SEE
M. M. SMITH - STEWART, B. G.
AGENT FOR PORTLAND CANAL MARITIME COMPANY
ALASKA
SMITH   BLOCK,
NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL
Stewart
Look at lhe MS of .triiiah Cohimbia ���I OP in , I  ton   Vhfe
with an unbiased mind.    Roughly  Van-   airaadj .Urtling reeulUh. ->'
CPUWI.   BOO   Oito.   iron,    th.   *****  tetaed.    'IheoiUandsa.e       Med
CHRISTMAS POULTRY
Order your Christina. Poultry
early from the King Edward Hotel
Grill. We have coming the best
selection procurable of Turkeys,
Geese and Chicken.      Milk fed stock
King
Edward Hotel
STEWART,   -   B.   C.
HEADQUARTERS   FOR
IN   PORTLAND   CANAL
MINING   MEN
DISTRICT. . .
. . .YOUR   COMFORT. . .
FIRST CONSIDERATION
EUROPEAN   PLAN
. .$1.00 PER DAY. .
W.
H.   TOLIN,
Manager
Canadian National Railuiaifs
(IRANI)   TRUNK    PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
point in the Peace River   country   that depth of about   -x *������,   MS      *-    ���
i. reached i,HiH>.n,lc_   from   BteWS*, aud   enough   *���***��* .,
which is   tbe   natural   OUttot   to   tl, pta tob.   a M,r.*.      ��    * �����
who,, northern and eastern interior. WOndjrful ��^^
The area under cultivation at preient
Nearly every settler in the t**t
River district is talking -f railway
communication with the const.
Speaking in broad
tlurty-two   millions ^^^^^^^^^^^
IVace River district situated within the
boundaries  of    British   Columbia,    and
more than forty millions of *****  with
��� imly   about   300,000   acre*,   and   ll"
  -opuiitlon  oi thi  whoto   ��  ,l"1   ,fe
term*   there   arc P��F�� ������ tll. ���ist gram WI
"'    '"���r"   ��      *��� Sutofth, ">  ���'"���'������������"'"      ���
"Ui:,l,',lw   "      ; coniiltod  Oi   leM   th*  * --��-"'-
,h Columbia,  and ^^    ^ ^ llHlt.mlii,u���im
more wan forty millions ut acres  with-!      ^   riH,Ul.,.,, from   about   s   quartei
in the Province of Alberta, most   ot   it      ...jjj^,   -J), avsragfl  wheal
being   suitable   agricultural   land   foi ��.     thjrty.'ftvt buihsil U�� UK
mixed furmmu or   ranching.    I*   MMl *    ililli,lll.   thi    BVOfagi """'
lion there is a va-t area *4 mineral and '        ' Vm���,i_.    Tha land    I
limber resources, the eatenlof wl.nb la P"r . .     Ul. ialhU,K uj
i.ti-u  _��_._. .   -       i.-~ Ii���-_i w'  --   I*'-1**!
WHY PAA  KENT?
Why pay rant when you can
own your own home? V\V have
u few lots that we would build on
to suit purchasers snd -ell cheap
Small cash payment and balance
its rent. It will not cost anything to investigate. For information apply Lawrence &
Workman.
only beginning to be leall-'-d
Immense deposit, oi   antbi U '"
m**H   been located and I tie   picbidcnl  "'
Hie   I'uuee   Kiver    Hoard    ot     liado    l��
autharitv '*-' Um itatawant thai  *'"*
'".I grade- higher   than   l'�� iiub>lvaina
��M.|.
KsUueive .xnioialioi, woi. is being
���
il kmdi. parUcularlj bog-..
ii |_ reasonable  to wspoaa that
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uuobusiwUul I , thatwittoi
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MINERAL ACT.
Certificate oi Improvements,
NOTICE.
Maybee    mineral     claim,    situate I
i tiie Portland i'anal  mining division
of I'a.mai   district,     Where  located:!
West bank American or*
'lake notice that I, P B   Iai I   ac ting
igonj toi    lol n   w anils ���   Su wan,
t the ti;'.. .    f     tew art, B.i      t- re*
Miner's     I ��� i tifh ati     No      ,..i.w.f< ',
tend,      ii i,     dayi     from      the
ue   Hereof, i.    sppl) to  the   Mining
ider ful �� i erlili' aii of Imp
��� ni\ foi iti.- uurpoei   "i  obtaining *
rown Qraol oi thi above ��� inim*.
\nd furthei take notice thai  .-i'i..::,
i am tion $ ���  must  l><   ��� ummi
���fore tin        I    i   ii     ich Certificnti
: Improt anu nl*.
��� i this   i i
. h  Wil,
Steamers sailing between Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Powell
River, i bran Falls, Swanson Bay, Prince Rupert, An.voMf Stewart
and Queen Charlotte Islands.
- \ii.i\.,- 11 ..in I'ltlNi I   ill PERT���
1'Hl'RSDAYS   AT    TWELVE   O'CLOCK,    MIDNIGHT,     FOR
SWANSON HAV, OCEAN   FALLS,   POWELL RIVER,
VANCOUVER,    VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
FROM    PRINCE    RUPERT    FOR   STEWART
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 88, FORTN'OHTLY
Train Service:
pgasengei    MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY  and SATURDAY ut  U.15a.m.
Kimtiiei-   I'rinoe Ueuri     I dnioiiton aud Winnipeg   makini Sireei
connection*, for all points Eael and South
Foi Ulantic 8tsamship sailings or further information, appb to
any Grand Trunk Pacific Agent, or to G  A. McNicholl,  Aisstaat
Gsnersl Frsighl and Psssenger Agent, Prince Rupert, B, C.
tons
News, $5 Year r��n-"> canal ��t~  -�� - <*. fmcay. decewbeh ... n_
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $75,944,203;
Lode Gold, $102,753,823; Silver. $53,668,284; Lead. 46.637,221:
Copper, $161,513,864; Zinc, $19,896,466; Coal and Coke. $212,-
573,492; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $32,168,217; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,037,408; making its.Mineral Production to the end of
1920 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $706,192,978
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Province
is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production for successive five-year periods: For all years to 1895,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1896-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,507,968; for five years, 1996-1910, $125,-
534,474; for five years, 1911-1915, J142.072.603; for five years/
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1920, $35,543,084.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $331,995,328
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees
lower than those of any other Province in the Dominion, or any
Colony in the British Empire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, security of which is guaranteed by Grown Grants.
Full information, togetlier with Mining Reports and Maps, may
te obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia.
The following polls in
reported their returns:
Peck
Prince Rupert 961
Anyox  243
Anyox Mine      132
the Skeena  Riding
Bella Coola
Burns Lake
Claxton
Cedarville
Dorreen
E.velyn
Endako
46
36
9
18
16
11
25
Francois Lake, south. 22
Francois Lake, north 17
Firvale               5
Grassy Plains     5
Glentanna          10
Haysport          8
Hagensborg     13
Hazelton           85
Houston           14
Inverness         4
Lewis Island      5
Kwinitsa          15
Kitsumkahim ...... 21
Kitwanga         17
Massett            25
North Bulkley  5
Wm,   FRASER
BUILDINGCONTRACTOR
Estimates Furnished --   Work Guaranteed
STEWART.'B.C.
New Hazelton
Osland
Ootsa Lake
Pacific
Port Essington
Port Clements
Port Simpson
Round Lake
Remo
36
4
4
8
47 v
34
34
20
11
Stork
1199
185
30
58
3
7
6
27
54
21
47
5
28
11
15
69
54
27
6
15
1
3
8
16
10
30
26
36
20
7
28
21
32
7
Peck
Rose Lake ���     6
Refuge Bay          5
Swanson Bay
South Bulkley
Stewart
Premier Mine
Smithers
Terrace
Telkwa
Usk ���
Woden River     20
Woodcock
Skeena Crossing
Bulkley Bay
Kispiox
Oceanic
Palling     M
Kitsumkalum lake..
Alice Arm 	
Atlin, etc 	
Bella Bella
Copper City        ^^
Little Canyon     14
Lakelse Hatchery
Surf Inlet
Surf Inlet Beach..
Kincolith, etc    ...
Namu
Wistaria       	
2900
Oc#an   Falls    Peck
majority        50
Stork Majority.
Four small Polls are yet to be heard from.
INSURE  YOUR   LIFE
IN CONFEDERATION FIFE ASSURANCE CO. Established 1871. Any
form   of   Policy   contract   you   want
H.   W*   M     ROLSTON
Agent.       STEWART
ALL   THE   COMFORTS   OF   A   HOME
ARE   TO   BE   HAD   AT   THE
HOTEL  STEWART
W.    DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms Comfortably Furnished
Drying Room       Dining Room
RATES,      SI OO      A       DAY
Bath;
CRAWFORD    TRANSFER
FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK    HOUSES..
WOOD    AND    COAL
STEWART, B. C.
W.   J.   CRAWFORD. Manager
The   McDonnell   Hotel
MAIN STREET,   HYDER, ALASKA
A comfortable home for Miners,  Prospectors,  Tourists,  Travelers
Electric Lights       Baths       Pool
Soft Drinks      Tobaccos
PADDY   MoDONNELL    -   -   -   -    Proprietor
Hotel
Hyder
tf/Jv?,   ALASKA
M. R. JAMIESON,   Prop.
GATEWAY   TO SALMON    RIVER
NOW   ON   SALE   AT    GOVERNMENT   VENDOR'S
STORE   IN   STEWART,   B. C.
Cascade Beer
mmmma**samm*ttmaamm*ammmm^
"The Beer   Without a Peer"
This is the same quality Beer we brewed in pie-war days, and is the finest Beer on
the market today. DO NOT ACCEPT ANY SUBSTITUTE
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Gray Copper, Gray Copper No. I
mineral claims, situate in the Portland
Canal mining divihion of Cassiar
district.
Where located: On the south side of
Uppsr Bear river and adjoing the Forrest Glacier, Bear river valley.
Take notice that 1, William Forrest,
Free Miners' Certificate No. 4tiH20C. ot
Stewart, B. C, for myself, and acting
as agent for Georginir Barbara Clark,
Free Miners' Certificate _No. 68719C,
Josepe A. Sayward, Free 'Miners' Certificate No. 5:i720C, and Aaron Gon-
nason, Free Miner*.' Certificate, No.
i>o77t*C, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a l-rown   Grantor   the  above claim.
Anil further take notice that action,
under section HF>, must be commenced
before the snuance of su"h Certificate
of Improvements.
Hated this twenty>�� ghth day of
September, A.O. 19.1. 19
GOOD BREAD, CAKES AID PAS1
A    SPECIALTY    AT
THE EXCHANGE COFFEE HOl'SE
BEST   COFFEE   IN   TOWN
H.   CAMPBELL        ..----
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvement.--.
NOTICK
"Northern Light No. 1," "Northern
Light No. '_," "Northern Light No. li,"
������Northern Light No. 4," "Northern
Light No. 5," "Northern Light Nn. 8,"
"Northern Light No. 7," "Northern
Light No. 8," ������Northern   Light  Frn<
Stewart  Hand Laundry
SILK WOLK
A SPECIALTY
Fifth Street      MRS. HARRIS
MINERAL At T.
Certilicate of Improvementa.
NuTKE.
I'olybaciie Fractional and Ag  Frac
tional mineral claim-, situate iii the
Portland t anal tinning divii on ol Cassiar district. Where located: On southeast slope of Mount Dilworth.
'I ake notice that Dalby B. Morkill, of
Stewart, B.C., acting  as agent foi Sil"
ver crest Mines, Limited, N.P. _->��� IH'e
Miner'. Certificate No. ������ord IC, InU nd,
sixty day* from the date hereof, to ap
plv to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate ol Improvements, for  the  pui-
: pose of obtaining a ( rown Qrant of the
' above claims.    And l.nther take notice
! that action, under section  rii>, must   be
commented before the issuance of aucl
.,,���. ���- ��������� -- .**���������-_.���   -���?"*  - ���'-, I commenced be lore the issuance or sucn
t,on,     Northern Lu<h   No   1 faction,      (.,,..(,���.���,,. l(f llnun)Vements
"Woodbine.;,   ������Woodb.ne   Prgettoo." |"�����g    ����   gfo    ,|uy   of    Auj-Ullli
N.ii.i'.i.i. la
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of li   -  ���il,1':;'
NO! I' E.
"Boundary."    "< j
���Grub-lane. I
tional   Fraction,
mineral claims, -ituab   i
Canal    mining    division
lllM"1'1-   ,      ��� ,i.   fin east fork
Where located:
crei k, Sail       Kiv< ���
Take    llutlCl '    '
omewa'rt. BJ   ���
Arm* B '1   tee. 1
cate   No,   I
��...    oi
It. Wilson, Iree-
L681& . ���   '   ''��� ���
Certificate    -Jo.
das .-from the dat.  -
the.V.inin,  I*""
[murovem. I*
taininga Cro;
claimi.   Anil
act .under.ee .
menced   befor.
Certificate of Imp*
Dated     thia
A.D. 1921.
<
JUARANTEED NOT LESS THAN 8 PER CENT PROOF SPIRIT
Insist on Having CASCADE BEER
'THE   BEEK   W11HOU1   A   PEER"
Vancouver Breweries, Limited
11.   COMER, Distributor
Kitchener," "Loser," mineralclaims
situated in tho Portland  Canal   Mining
Division of Caeeiar district
Where located:   < In east fork Cascade
creek, Salmon siver valley.
TAKE NOTICE that I, P, S.  Jack,
of BtewarL   It C,  a.ting as  agent
for Charles Hunting, Free Miners' Cer
titicate No. 40846C;   William   bunting,
Proa Minera'   < ertlflcate   No   4*1 i >(
Charles Henry Lake, Free Miners' Cer
tificate   No.   4��H4oCj   David O'Leary,
Free   Miners'   Certilicate   No.   469441  ,
John Hovland, Free Miners' Certificate
No. 46M70C,   intends,  sixty days   from
ihe date her.of, Ut apply to the Mining
i'. eorder for * < ertiAretu of Improve-
roents, for the purpose of  obtaining   u
Crown Gram of the above claims
And further take notice (hut  action,
under section 8ft, moid   I"    _omm< need
re Um Ihiimim *t Mich Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this  13th   day of  July,  A.D,
I-'I Hi
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate   of  Improvement.
NOTICE
Lakeehora mineral claim, situate in
j the Portland Cana] mining division of
Cassmr district.   Where located;   At
In ud of  East   fork   of  Cascade ( reek,
Salmon i Iver \ alley.
Take notice that Dalby li. M... kill, of
Stewail, It C .   acting   Bs   agent   for
Andiew Lindeborg Pree Miner a Cer Ifl
cate No    4ti9_4C,   intend,   sixty   days
from the date hereof,  to apply to tna
Mining   Ke. ..i.i, i    for   H   Cei ���tilicnt.  ol
Improvemanta, foi tin purpoee ol ob
taining   a   Crown   dim.I   of the above
claim.   And  further take notice that
action, under aeetion 86, must i.i   wm
menced  before   the   issuai et   of such
i . ii'.ihhi. .,f Improvemanta.
I luted   tins   luii,  day  of   August,
MINEH
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