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 y0U   poSTBEJ   ON    TUB
UEVELOPMBNT  OP  THE
55.00 THE YEA!!.
/*    ������-, yJik:  i
and Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of thz Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columb
SEND*   TUTS    COPY.  TO
YOUB     FRIEND      WHO
WANTS       IN FORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
/
ia
- NO. 1
STEWART,    B.C..    FRIDAY,   JUNE   3.    1921
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
SPIDER INVESTORS VISIT STEWARTI
STEWART  LOCAL   NEWS
Proposition   Made   to   thc   Creditors   Accepted   and
Foreclosurea Have Been Suspended���Planning
to Resume Work cn Property
here.   Tl       i ade a proposition
to the ci latter
:. and   foreclosures have
been il afl  r such
as
irtnation
rom
(lithe
I th's
Today The News opens Book
Three, Chapter One.
far Ih.' frosty nights have
not hurt the banana plants in
:      section.
Six   head   of   horses,   for the
Premi r mine, arrived on the Al-
last Si,:,day.
During the past week  se\
homes   in   ;;. iwart  and   Hid
"entertained" fl*
I issible that i
vill again be underlie Spider mine, which
E .rsomemontl
-lgunican companj   r ,,   ,-,���,,,;
pended   operatit ��� Ca 11 of th<
:,.   now being riiadein company, which   it   is  expected
���.'������-��� '     - wi lb it J    e 15
��� . p irp i  '.  an I to a)       iuspension   of   work  on   the
- -   pay off all ind* bt- Spider was b i by ti: -
,  against   the pr in abno rate    of    exch
;       m io :������ newing tl
r:. . :;'. net t given     t war an Icon       snti ion
i     . C. Drumm. an atto ne: of on of th ���  Belgian ca i-
���    ������,! i   ;      .   ,. i <Vilham rraser returned from
;   ���������''->���  ��� make , op-heav^   ,, ��� ,       ,     ,
.... , '       ��� ���   the Marmot river, where he L
mminJ   ���' '   ��� ���     li  appears now ;       imentwork.
o :s   i lavily   inter- th il the Lei     s are . .  .     .    . , _,
,, , Seeoui   advt, for Special  Burga:    .
1     the   ���' >mp my. ti i t>n River Trading Co
I and Brock Usfl   f";'   " doubtei ��f the  best      n- p  m tp     -. i,. _ ,.���*,,,.-,
.       . . , ur. u. IN. ftogers nas returned
y    after Imgiprop no i      , i        ,  Hyder      ter   spi   ding   th
tin I I ��� ,. in the east;
Pal Benson and Miss m<
��� ' ip to Pish creek o
; - ' . ���     \ last for a   few  da;
-���__������ ��� ��� ��� -������;..-...
The Albert arrived last Sunday
with 2u passengers and a capacity
cargo.
Fred Young has been confined
to his bed since Tuesday with
lagrippe.
The News is reliably informed
loday (Friday June 3) is King that active development  work is
Oeorge s   birthday.    He   is   iu       , j tU
i of acre to be commenced at once on the
Red Cliff.    And as reported  in
LastSundaythe Albert brought The  News  of April 29, R. W.
in a new Over and   car  for  the nr   _   a   t��  m ���* i
Wood, A. B. Trites, and associates, are the purchasers. R. L.
Clothier, a well known local
mining man, who returned on
the Albert Sunday last from a
business trip to the Skeena river,
will be in charge of the work,
which will for the;first month or
two be entirely confined to surface work on the Montross claim
of the group; and further devel-
BEAR RIVER PROPERTIES TO WORK
Development Work to Commence at Once on the Red
Cliif, With K. L. Clothier in Charge--Extensive
Program  Outlined for Red Top
! Linderbourg brpthers.
creek
Royal Salad Dressing. Use only fm nion-made Silver Springs at
 liver Trading Co.
The m river road as   far
a ��� Fish creek   is   reported to i
.:.   p endid condition.
A number of claims on whk!
h I ear's assessm at work wa.
not done have been restaked.
H. \llen left for Bitter
: in the  week.    He   expects
to be gone about ten days.
Mrs William   Tolin,   who   has
en ill for some   time,   is   now
��� itter and able   to  be up
and around again.
e   \.. e ���' iai    road
they have during the winter
been unable to go through with
their end of the deal; therefore
it was found necessary to look
elsewhere for capital; and with
this object in view Mr. Seiffert
went to New York, where he has
been successful in obtaining
what money he requires for carrying on the work. The program outlined for this year is
very extensive, arid consists of
driving three crosscut tunnels,
two of which were started last
year. The lower one will be con-
tinued   until   it   cuts   both  the
.   i , i  .'.   . nd    ip nthe result; leads, and which, it is expected,
,  of thi .   This claim is situ- will be done in about 160 feet,
on tl      Salmon   river ated in the   canyon' on   Lydden giving  200 feet of  back.    The
: and is considerably higher upper tunnel will   be   continued
i   ,    ���   old   workings.     The some 125 feet, until it cuts the
ihowi igon which the work is to upper vein, and will give about
lone   is   exceptionally   good. 250 feet of back.    Anew tunne
And   the   fact   that the old Red
:        ���   : ;   J '������  l liff Mini ig company never did
:  m    .
Situated    i
r* j drink
i Cans! Pro ��Stewai��      . Wc :
on i .i Alaska     I
"Bock Beer, Today"
o ret I soft
A s t
1 .i , er Fii klin is now employ<
with Law 11 rite & Workman i
' heir logging o ations on tl
Marmot i iver.
i. ....'... . one of  the  tl
...
* ��� i ���   ���
ing W,   L.   i��
. i    ,   returned   Sui
i...    r ..i  outside   in c >mpa
ard!
O, Ti     , in tl
���   i
���
J
i
,LL
.    .. , wno will   lake t
d rock mi rung
11....,.-.. .
..; ���     on t .io Common ,\
 i.i  start Wiii  lire   men,
i b riporary  c mp, ( H
. to the propertj   and
I  i   .-   ;���
b    :  pluc<   l"    !   i'l
......:.        ���           on strike, a ie Stew-
. .   , ,:,!:. , i     ..             ������" nin ��� '   recre-
��� i   ..           .     A large  and
Mine , ke   Local
'  i     i h r:_v Cents
With the L'hree Off
On .-    ii I iy afti ' toon  last  a
the   mineri
Ban   ay's t' 'earn S ida  I 11        s, o
 leaper too.   . ��� . In ���
��� Co.
i     ..'.:..      .'...,. ..    i  ,
.'������..pi   iiuvxatiu   ,. v.., i    ,.,  , .,
i      ��� xpects   to   be   .
.- ut two v* jeks.
laj  afternoon   Hugl
.    . for tii" Salmon to
es in   s iape  for
I ipment work this summer.
Captain Swai . on's  n   /bo. ..
: . arrived las'   i hi
I
me.    If;    i haven't
idn't I     idle.    H
m   im  .....
il "   n
trd I '..   c
laturd . *d|aiiythii  jon .... other than  pros
or -.��� .  ral d iys di   h
ing her cargo. ���
'ea   if   lutter, (Unicoi nd) fr
��� h ,.i oil,   S.  R. T. i o.
A prospector   told   The News
'���������' a d '    :;   '    the 1    mier ceptionaUy strong   and  we
mine last week,    that snothing,
A   "dear"   witnessi I   th
IB    .
will be opened up some 800  feet
west of the present upper tunnel
and will be driven to crosscut the
b     ���  a  Bubject of I upper lead.    It is  the intention
wondi r   �� ir  years,   particularly ; with each of these tunnels to cut
by   iii- se   people  who  aro well the leads from wall to wall,   and
acquainted   with   the   property,   to then drift both ways on them.
for the lead on this claim  is  eu-   Both the present tunnels are in
de-l the timber; the lower one  being
fined.     While   very   similar   inl at an elevation of some 2500 feet,
nf   ,i ���.. io  ' those'! a ���,      r about
Geo inn has  d    ii
i a i
on 1 of 1
i  i atory    to
it work.
It is good
Ryan ha
d all arran
ning ol ' |
.. . re tl    old workin hi      irl as it is
di    ts, in  that it
a rpercen     . ���  b   cop*
���eater of iroi
idingly     hi,
Id vah
develop :::jo Tor
Ping from Prince Rup srl ... .     he mouth
livelj     o I tne f
. ,
i months,   -*, ��� ndi
���   S ial tie,
,.-,. s iv-      ��� com    '"'���'"''   '������   "���   ;;;:'   -���;''
* ,vere full   ol   action,
h a some.     I'lie   rooters
��� ���Y:
14   passengers   and   a   capai   .     iot river.
cal rXO, t go home hung y.     Get ;i 1
t Arrivi      Ladies' Dress   P        ! | a i Shop.
���i          d  d an ci 1        -        ,,             ,                 ,.     ,     -,.
Dark   i; :                 ���'���   ���    I   Mrs*    ���      1     Sfonng
:       .         Prices,   $8, i,           11 sprung * i     pi -'"   i n   i:.
���   i   q lality.
er.
-   .      .      mai
:ale i
^     rop s d   '���:.". elo)
i . ��� . , .    ..    ire oi   ���'������-
���   sarj   to the undi r
nsive mining
i
d ..yd the cai .1
on   the    Alaska    s
.
\U en's nevi i  build-
on    in tei tational    avei i e,
r. is rauidly   nearing   c< m-
i oletion.    It will be,* when ot
���  .    ' ad bei n  ' , ,      ,��� '     ,
���j    an  ud odate,   rarstc a s   gent ral
a i arb wire fenc . round the sid<
���   , o\ er they w ��� ���      . ������     ' '' "
eil   was un       .   i Manager W.     . T lin  -
ing   Edward    ; ���    I   is  tn
,veak, while Icon jratulab '1   u]   n    his   p      c
the miners w iirit< dness for the  m
.���'���  munity -��� me lit tie tim
the manner in  v   '��� i
had |
���
,'n i       it wiil, it i
tion   to   this sui establish
camp,   and the v. n k
thn " n< ter.    this
I roperty was first staked in 1908
by    John   McNeill    and   Benny
E icks in, and is situated on  tiie
north   side   of   the   B( ar river,
ill  arrived on the about 21 miles from Stewart, and
Pachena   last    Thursday   from i six or seven miles from the end
ttle and will spend  the  sum- of  the  railway.    There are   on
merin rict.      le informed  the   property   two    very   large
I showings that can be traced for
year   bond   1   his   Red Top  the length of three  claims.   The
property, will be in on  the  next property is easy of   access .and
for tiie pui of continu-
he devi work started
: :
Mr.   and   Mrs   IV   !   .1 .',,
have  rece    . n  over i
,- . :   .���   i      Coli
. nmer.    It:   appears  t
pie financ    ,    I . Seiffert
. j   ir v, ere I rom Juneau, but
can be worked the year round,
there being no slides to interfere. If it proves to be a mine
transportation will not constitute
a difficulty.
n
i
'   i
McGuire Optimistic
ruil
....!������'. after s >e
iter in the oil fields of the
;' ��� returned   to Stewart  o
-'������ lastSunday,  and has
sup the Salmon rivei
connection    with
h   li
I in front of tht
ing th
Mrs. Helen Bell,   on ���   i
'i
the i - P'1
week to I . tchikan, witl
I  ���
Hvder and met   anoth t
'..".;��� ing'ir!      . et.hal   c��    ' ' ''"1V   N
that they havi , '    ''���
c mcentrati
-fter    witnesait  ���
Hart.    ��� . of   the
Fats, cballei era.
! terests w
that suction.    M,-
Che score was   0 ��� i I        I
ir
the '���     ol     i.    ;     ch
neb   he  has of inl
McGuire is local fani said
extensive
imistic as to the mininH rotten".    But Th i
'���< for thia   let tion   durin . thai   I n who i    -
���'son.    He   is con    ball uame   i '
' "   that before   snow   nnmna I can ficure on a reser i
'
has   purchased    the
building   in   Hyde    ai
a
. ���
���
John
���   '    -
.'   ' -it before  Bnow   comes can figure on a resi i  , 0m the Sil
' di trict will be visite I { ���   of   tl /enlj   acrosg ; er.
���>  a  Urge  number of thebig orchestra. that they have driv
m,m*-*intereitrofthe States. melon M-    ���
I'ostmasti r   Orin   F.    Hill   of   i
government t i- Hyder, Ins ret  i
���
the    hat!
i
auditor f< r
B.   C.  V
. -
��� i   the   Pad   ua   from    Pi i
Ru pi ri   and
in the c -
bobl - ol   I
of labor.    Mr
very larp    distri
I he board       om 1
of  Vanco v er
tiding A1 ii '
Chai
on i ne u. i ���    .
Mr. nnd M "*.  B. O. 1
returned   on
Thursday
Strike Called Off
At a m eting oi' the strikers
Miners'  dance,  given  in
the 1 londa;
. i one of  the  b si  con-
landm airs held on   the   dock,    Wednesday
- i day.  night, it was decided by  a vote
t a doubt,  i credil  of 77 to 39 to call the strike eff,
:    i;l      'I,lit   tn   l-otll-n   tr, ,,,/wL. 'I"    ���
,     ami to j eturn to work.    Iniswas
���   throu n'si meeting where 1
nent oi the Premier mine and
in  the   trikers got   ��� ���,-.    Dale
o the men for son.,'
i
l'ot-
md '.'. W. !.
ii. who ... out-
...
itt en i linuti s,   and   explained
the economic conditions tl
mier mine   are   up   ag ii
pro.  i .ed   that    ii
tioi 3 at i1 e mine  would   be
improved just as soon   as   it   is
to do so. and   also   that
then  i    ild be no di crimination.
���
licit  was com       o " ! ">!i ;    on buildings
^,
move
���loie leaving for   Prince from the   Qniti i postal pow
-��� made a trip to the  Mar- authorities to call for       I layi   r tl
purpo .'  of   looking thecarrj
���tter of pnttinn  in  a Hvder and Stewart; a tinue.    Tl i
���vim* the river, aboul meeting of the G ������'  Hnue driftn
the sight of the th ��� they have-
the Hyder n
in ,i u-.i-
t   i mod >    ���    He ���n    i   '   he  tun-
people "eland I                           but becoming
. tatpg  t '' mom nr. i   d   I    (
whom   he   l led He had
op,       .,  ,-   inable "
>d.t  turn  mit
Sun-
���   oups.
���   Rear.     II"  further
11
..ir obli)
i  v' r\ uun.i   Lurri   mu    on
in up the town.
in
fon
has taken   the propertj
He  was   not  burl.
w iped out.
II, P. ilibson reci [\ed a   wire-
on   Thursday stating   that   th*'
trad.' u il   arrive at 7
irday, May  11. PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C   FRIDAY,   JUNE   3,   1921
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
The  Portland Canal News!��Perationsitwillbeadvanced t0 a poi.nt
 _j where they will experience little or no dif-
I ficulty in getting their outfits in. The fact
that the big bridge is now passable and the
pack bridge over the Bear at Bitter creek
is completed is very gratifying, partieu-
laly in view of the fact that this week sees
a commencement being made on the
American creek bridge; also a bridge up
Bitter creek.
PROFESSIONAL   CARDS
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART, B. C.
Reading
Advertising  Rates:
Display Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue.
Notices, 20 cents per line.
Special  Position  Disfjay 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
ANOTHER TOWN
INCREASE OF SCHOOLS
'pHE Department of Education has announced thut forty-one new schools have been
opened in the province since July 1, 1920. There
can be no surer indication that British Columbia is 1
getting into her stride of development following
the war.    If this progress  is maintained  for the.
ROSS & ROSS
BARRISTERS       SOLICITORS
NOTARIES PUBLIC
Stewart, B.C.
DR. W. D'ARCY CHACE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska  Hotel Temporaly
HYDER        :        :        :       ALASKA
STEWART UND COMPANY, LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART  TOWNSITE . .
Head Office
101 Pemberton Block,     -   VICTORIA, )', C.
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Agents
ROBERT   M     STEWART,        - -      President
Lots for sale in all parts of town
Listings of properties for sale wanted
STEWART LAND CO,, LTD,
Fifth St, Stewart, BC
"JHE announcement this week that Miss j next ten years, the increasfe in population will be
Kate  Ryan   has   completed arrange-|astoundir,g'
ments for the opening up of a store and ]
stopping place at the mouth of the Marmot
LIQUOR   PERMITS
river comes possibly as a surprise to a
great many. According to announced
plans and prospective ones, still to be put
into effect, it is safe to say that the Marmot section will, this year, see tremendous
mining activity. Considerable development j
work will be done on a number of properties, and at least one, and possibly two or
three, will this year ship ore. While there
is not as yet an established mine in this
section, there is every reason to believe
that one will be developed in the very near
future. And this year sufficient work will
be done to justify the establishment of a
business such as Miss Ryan proposes, and
which will doubtless form the nucleus of
another town at the head of Portland
Canal. If such a town comes into being
this year it will be greatly to the advantage of the whole of this mining district,
THE government has announced that in
order to give the public every facility to secure
permits under the new liquor regulations, it has
authorized government agents throughout the province to sell permits to the public. This is very
thoughtful of them; but what is the use of the
permit to the people of Stewart if there is no store
here at which they can buy what they want?
CENSUS   OF   CANADA
IU1   It  Will   mv:a.ti
-���-w��*/��    nAAnl��        o *- ti     (nflva.
fere greater recognition of our requirements by the government. Not only that,
but such a development will materially help
the town of Stewart, which will always remain the hub of the wheel���the headquarters for all the development, of the enormous mineral resources of this Portland
Canal section.
LIQUOR   STORES
THE Prince Rupert Daily News of May
28 has the following on the census to
be taken this month:
The census of. Canada to be taken next
month will be the sixth comprehensive
taken since Confederation. The fundamental
reason for it is to determine the representation
in our federal parliament. As is well known
the British North America Act gave the province of Quebec a fixed number of seats (sixty-
fiye) in the Dcrnir.icr.J-Icuse ef Commons. The
number assigned to the other provinces is pro
rata with an arrangement that the readjustments should take place after each census.
Therefore, the primary reason for the census
is to enable a redistribution bill to be pussed^ >
by parliament.
The census,   however,   has far wider uses
than to fix electoral representation.    It constitutes,  in  fact,   under the modern system
nothing loss than a periodical stock taking ol
the Canadian people.    The well being ot the
state--���physical, moral and economic���including such -various phases as birth   and death
rates, education, transportation facilities and
financial conditions, can be apprehended only-
through the medium of phpulation  statistics.
Without the census it would be the literal truth
to say   that   legislation   and   administration
would be carried on  in  the dark,  and  there
would be no  means of knowing whether the
country was on the road to success or disaster.
Never before has there been such a need for
a census as there is at'the present time.    Since
the last census the war has violently upset
some of our most stable measurements and at
the same time it has set up new strains and
stresses and generally  created  conditions of
the utmost consequence to our natural future.
The success of the census will depend largely
upon the co-operation of the people.    Without
general appreciation of the ends in view, and
without the cordial assistance of individual
citizens, a good census will be impossible.    Cne
requirement demanded of the enumerators is
that they be civil  in their dealings  with the
public and it is expected that the people will
be likewise civil and willing to trive the necessary information.
DR. ALFRED H.   BAYNE
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE RUPERT.
HELCERRON  BLOCK
^LOTHIER & BAKER
assayers
Stewart.
LYON'S MEAT MARKE"
HYDER,   ALASKA
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  BUTCHERS
We handle Burns' Shamrock Hams,  Ba^on, Lard.    Moderate
prices.    Home made Sausage a specialty
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
B. C.
JOHN   HOVLAND
ASSAYER
HYDER
ALASKA
��D. HODGKINSON
PAINTER    AND    SIGN    WRITER!
STFAVART,   B. C.
1
..end l*A i\m.m\imV.Zam\%
(X)LONEL  WINSBY of the Liquor Control  Board,   recently   announced   in
Smithers that the board v%: ill establish only
two  distributing   centres   in   Northern
British Columbia, namely, Prince Rupert
and  Prince  George.   In this the   board
exhibit good business judgment, for these
two towns are so geographically situated
that they are the logical places for the
establishment of such distribution centres.
Beyond this very little accurate information is to be had.   In the establishment
of these distribution centres it is considered that the idea is that they will take
the form of warehouses that will have a
defined district to supply, and in no way
implies that there will be no liquor stores
in the north outside of these towns.   The
board have a very large and difficult task
to perform, and it will take some time to
work out a satisfactory scheme in detail
and put it into effect.   The  manner  in
which the board are going about this task
appears to be thoroughly business like in
every respect, and so far as it is, justifies
the people of this province in believing j
that the Liquor Control Act will be ad-iSTEWART        NEWS      CO.
ministered in accordance with their wishes.
Nowadays if a man admits that his business is
(root] he's immediately classified as a bootlegger.
Mtr'mum price ot first-?:;*''.'! Urn*
reduced to {:'. an acre! second-cla-a to
J'J : I) :in jjer".
Pre-emption now confined to snr-
vr\ **.;   ..-ii ,i.. onlyi
w ii 1 ������ granted covering only
! rid suitable foi i*._xlc"��itural purpoaga
and which Is iloi)-timber land
Partnership pre-ernptlops abolished,
hiii ivriin; of nol  more thaa ioui' uiay
for    adjacent    pre-empti*Jis
eitl    i Int rosldenoe, out oi.rli maki; %
ne    -...cry Improvement- on respective
emptors must ���ccupy claims for
f'i'.-t! years and make Improvements to
v.. re ot i'i" rii.-r acre, litel-tUng clear-
fi cultivation cf al least o aerea,
bi .   re ri rei'    ������ Crow n   ;*"n,it
Where prq-emptor In ocei*| ition not
It 11 ;.��� i ; . ii--, and Ha m ide p<"��-
��� rtioii.'ite Improvements, he may, oe-
:������ ���_ c of 111 health, or other I'suw, t*e
; .* :ted lEisnuesMste certificate of fess-
provoraent Mil tratisfe* -is olalm.
:: i rds without permanent reside may be issued, provided appU-
I : akes impro imer.l ��� i" eacte it at
��� jiii and reenrds same ami li
yt<ar: ffaU_re to rnoiu Improvem nta
or record same will operate us for-
, 11 re. Title cannot be obtained In
lens than i years, and improvements
of $10.00 per aera. Including ;, act ���������
<-!<.;.:. ii and cultivated, and residence
of ��, lea il '��� years are reavlred,      c
I're emptor Im..:.;!.- Crown ���rr.iot
m ' - *.: another gre-e-aptitm, if he
;���" ���.!��� <��� id in coi :n tion with his
f��. ;,i. without ui'' o ocoupation, pro-
v. ��� J .*t- ���uiory i,n[ii'ovenieiJ'ts nt:ide
and "������.'��� ��� ��������� maintained un Crown
cr..   I sd ij.-id.
(J-aurreyee arena, not eaaeer!1n| -0
aerea, -,- ��y ;,e let ed as homoauea;
tl' -j t.�� bo ebtal ied i 'inr fu'.i.liivt; resi-
ii    ��� ial and   .... 'o* nil.: ii (    i ir.ions.
h>r graslug and Industrial purposes
aroai ������....%   610   aarus   muy   be
���      ��� '1 1,>  "ne |>i.r".orf*or i.-onipitny.
Mill, factory or Industrial sues em
tin,i or i.i.-J not exceeoHnu -,y acres
niiiy  bi   pureh M" I:  eoaentiona U&ofrude
; ..    .!.���     :������'.' .:::t!>;,:'0.
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;    i       ting   rond.s   umy   he   pur':l:iue'l
utal anoi  u  ������.,,,,' ,.<., ,.. .\ t.-, uj
, ..     I'",.    ������ "i   'ii.- .half of eniit  if
roi   I,   nol   i '.- '   ���ina   half  of  purci*;n��
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STEWART, B. C.
ON ICE
SILVER SPRINGS
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Bread, Cakes, Pics
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Steamers soling between Seattle, Victoria; Vancouvoi
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FALLS, VANCOUVER, VICTORIA and SEATTLE
Leaves Prince Rupert for Stewart, 10 p. m. Thursday,  ���
Passenger   MONDAY.
Train Service:
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BEAR   RIVER   ROAD
THI work on this road is now well under
way, and by the time the mining operators on the Bear and its tributaries are
ready to make a start un their season's
H. P. GIBSON Proprietor
SPECIALTIKS-Neilson's and Moir's ChncoIattH
Latest Mairazint'8 and Newspapers. Lending
Library.   Stationery.   Cigars.   Tobaccos, Etc.
Sole Agent for the  Imperial   Tobacco  Company
and New Westminster Beer
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Passenger Agent, Prince Rupert.
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For Fresh Fruits and Gn
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week.   Canned   Goods a
than Pre-War prices
BUTTER  AND   LWJS
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GEORGE   L.   FLAWN, PROP- WE SELL EVERYTHING
WE  SELL  FOU  LESS..
PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWA! I\   .:.  C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   3,   1921
THE PROSPECTOR
Product of the Frontier Is
Becoming Scarce
JAVE you an early appetite and can't lind in
���   your home supply just what  you  want?
MAKE   US   AN
EARLY   CALL
Out Store is open at 7:30 a. m., and our stock of
Breakfast Cereals, Fruiis, [Jest Coffee,  Bacon
unci the Fresh Eprss is complete. We have
Kood Roods arriving every boat and can supply
your needs at all time-.. DON'T SAY IF IS
"NOT IN TOWN " until you have enquired
at  our   store   ::::::::::::
SALMON RIVER TRAOIHO COMPANY
THE   HOUSE   OF   QUALITY
The old time   prospector,   essent'.-
tho product of the frontier, is becom
'(���are, declared  T.   A.   Rickard,   Weli-
known editor of theMiningand Strfetific
Press of San Francisco, in  an  adilp   -
before the third   International   Mining
Congress   at   Portland,    Oregon,    I;   I
month     Hi: continued:     Tlie  win)
telegraph,   the  prohibition law,   n
land acts and railroad grants,   all have
helped the "tourdough" prospector o
the world mining stage.
A plea for the well   tried   pick   v.
madebj Mi-. Rickard.    "I am prepared
to believe thai I ones! scientific mini i
investigation will devise a way   of  oh-
tainin ci for miners by detecting
| measuring emanations, resistance
and other tangible reactions of mallei
on matter to indicate presence of i.- ���
underground, ' he said. "Meanwhile it
remains for prospectors to use methods
on which they can rely, rather than
waste time and break their hearts on
"hemes either fraudulent or inchoate.
Tiie core drill and the diamond bit are
well tried tools; the shaft and prospi
hole will not deceive; after all the bet
divination is the pick. There is intelli-
( enl curiosity in tlie p��int of it; the1'
is si length in the handle of it; there is
rhythm in the swing of it.    Do  not   i
��� ladilj i   .  uaded to discard  it  for
:    . fangled tools of exploration."
Describing the passing of   the   prospector, Mr. Rickard said  that  first of
all most of the easily found rich lode**
have been located and large  low gracv
I iposits for v, hicb mining engineers ar
ing today are unatt"active   to  the
prospector because he cannot work thei I
limself.
"In the old days, the prospectorCOttl'l
, .   on ill (covering ore so rich that h
! ri :il 7t on it," adde 1 Mr. Rickard
"If he net lei a little capital he got  i.
from   the   local   merchant    or   saloo i
keeper.
"The kind of man '.hat makes l  ;
i prospector is becoming rare because h
was   essentially   the   product   of   th
frontier; he was physically strong, se
reliant    adventurotia   ami    optim
He hated to work  for wages,   bee
he loved independence; so he roamed
the unexplored wilderness with a quiet
mind. Now his successor cares less for
the solitude and more for the hectic life
of the noisy street.
"Moreover, the unknown possibilities
>f discovery beyond (he frontier have
retreated from centers of population.
1 be wiieless has extended its invisible
tentacles into remote parts of the wilderness. Any discovery "is blazoned in
the press immediately, bringing a mob
of pseudo-prospectors and speculators
v.ho plaster the ground with notices of
location. The prospector finds the
mining law fails to protect his ground;
may be In conflict with catth men or
may be told he has located on railroad
���
"Moreover,   they   have    taken    his
whisky from him, and this   is  no joke.
It was his one relaxation, the crown of
��� motional life.    To the old timer, a
bottle of whisky was as essential  as a
' pick   and   hammer.     The    eighteenth
amendment to him is a rank  injustice;
; he is ready to quit and  he does.   And
what becomes of  him, I do not know."
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Some Deep Mines
in British Columbia
The   Marble    Bay   mine   has I
hitherto  been   regarded   as thei
deepest   mine  in   British    Col-
-umbia, havintr extracted ore to a
depth  of   1600   feet.   The Britannia mine has now Keen proved
to that   depth   with   successful i
ilts.   The War-Eagle-Centre
Star   group   at   Rossland    has
���>e ii a similar   depth;   while I
diamond drilling on the   Hidden!
Creek mine at Anyox indicates a
relatively deep extension of tne|
ore bodies.    With  these results
before us British   Columbia  can
n credit  for   its   ore  bodii s
tending to great depths, making big mires wjth a long life
and c i] able of enormous wealth
production.
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Productive
and
Provident People
The more you produce and the more you
save the richer are you and the better off
is the commi'iity in which you live.
Thrift and production are needed to-day
 needed more than ever before.  This
bank is protecting and adding interest to
the money of thousands of hardworking Canadians���people who forge ahead
and he!p their country to grow.
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Total Assets in Excess of $500,000,000.
Head Office: Montreal.
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BRANCH
Manager.
Branches in all important centres In Canada
Savings Departments at ail Branches
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alternating \vi_b G. T. P. boats
Why send Laundry out ef Town?
Latimer Home Laundr^ can do the
work. Clo hi Cleaned and Pressed,
Darning. Clothes called for weekly.
Stalls   of   Home   Cooking
Fancy Work
and
NO    ADMISSION
DANCING
EVENING FROM 9:30
rVdmission,   $1
Ices served
and Supper
\s.
LAWRENCE
LAHC1' K
low  PRICES-
OPTICIAN
CHMAKER
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JEW ELEK
KYC.R,   ALASKA
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STEWART,   -   B.   C.
HEADQUARTERS    FOR   MIXING   MEN
IN   PORTLAND   CANAL   DISTRICT...
. . .YOUR   COMFORT. . .
FIRST CONSIDERATION
EUROPEAN   PLAN
. .$1.00 PER DAY'. .
W.   H.   TOLIN,
Manager
Salmon River
Auto Transfer
EIWELL   BROS.
Fifth St. Stewart, B.C.
Comfortable furnished rooms Barbershop in connection
Cigars. Tobaccos, Soft Drinks       SOLO TABLES
Stewart-Hyder
Stage
STEWART MINERS' SOCIAL CLUB
Thoroughly Cosmopolitan.    The millionaire with his roll of lulls
is as welcome as the prospector with his roll of blankets : : : :
obaccos, Soft Drinks Card Tables, Magazines, Newspapers
JACK    McCORMACK,   -   -   Proprietor
F, R. NAGLE
Proprietor
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Estimates Furnished --   Work Guaranteed
STEWART, B.C.
HOTEL PRINCE RUPEET C<0-_tter AlltO   J I'ansler    BETWEEN STEWART
and Jitney Service ....        AM) hyder
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
GENERAL NEWS
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows:   Placer Gold, $75,722,603
Lode  Gold, $100,272,431; Silver.   $50,432,304;   Lead.   43.821,106
Copper,   $153,680,965;   Zinc,  $16,818,487; Coal and Coke. $199,-
- . _.__    ...      ,, Victoria wants a cemetery site. Does
123,323; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $29,991, toi; Miscellaneous! thjs mean the city i8 dead?
Minerals,   $786,918;  making its Mineral Production to the end of    The per capita tax of the Dominion
��_._   , of Canada is estimated at 8261
1919 show
Provincial,   Dominion,  America
and the Old Country
The liquor control act  will be  made
effective on June 15.
The Alberta legislature has decided
in favor of woman jurors.
Ketchihan isnnot slow.    Several citizens have caught smallpox.
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF ��670,649,894
On Third avenue, Prince Rupert,
overalls are worn in earnest and not
as a fad.
Two provinces in Canada handle hard
stuff. Ontirio granite and British
Columbia booze.
It will cost about $2,000,000 to take
the Dominion census. Your name is
worth about two bits.
Tin' 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 lo 1805,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years,  1896-1900,   $57,607,967;   for]   The great army of bootleggers in this
' v I province are not worrying over  where
five years, 1901-1905, $96,507,968; for five years, 1906-1910,  $125,- the Liquor  Vendors'  stores will be
534,474; for five years, 1911-1915, $142,072,603; for the year 1916.  luCated-
The only measure before the last ses-
$42,290,462;   for  the  year  1917,    $37,010,392;   fur   the  year   1918, !8ion of the provincial  legislature that
-���.,���   ~���~ ��������� ������� nearly   all   members   agreed, was  the
$41,782,474; for the year 1919, $33,296,313. , 3alar>, grab-
"Hints on How to Dodge the Income
���Tax,"    concisely    stated   and  neatly
I bound, should be the one best bet of the
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 year?, and ; Canadian book agent these days,
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $322,829,310
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the foes
lower than those of any other Province in the Dominion, or any
Colony in the British Empire,
i
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal foes.
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, security of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may
be obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia.
Vancouver girls are so kind hearted
that they can't bear to see their
mothers work hard; so they stroll along
Hastings street until their mother, are
through.
William Fernie, aged 70. after whom
the city of Fernie was named, and
who was the original discoverer of
coal in that district, died at Victoria
last week.
The Vancouver Sun is bucking the
British Columbia manufacturers of
newsprint on the ground that $130 a
ton is too high a price to charge. The
Sun has no kick coming; the weekly
press of the province are required to j
pay almost double that price. The
paper is manufactured at Powell river
United
.i ...
Look at the map of British Columbia i
with an unbiased mind. Roughly Van- j
couver is 800 miles from the same |
point in the Peace River country that I
is reached in 400 miles from Stewart,
which is the natural outlet for the
whole northern and eastern interior.
Nearly every settler in the Peace
River district is talking of railway
communication with the coast.
Speaking in broad terms there are
thirty-two millions of aerea of the
Peace BlVir district situate! within the
boundaries of British Columbia, "and
more than forty millions of acres within the Province of Alberta, most of it
being suitable agricultural land for
mixed farming or raSflUBg, In addition there is a vast area of mineral and
timber resources, theextetilof which ll
only beginning to be realized.
Immense deposits of anthracite coal
have been located and the president ol
the Peace River Board of Trade in
authority for the statement that thi.-.
coal grade.; higher than Pennsylvania
coal.
i:\teti-ive exploration work ia being
carried on,in connection  with  oil  at'd
already   startling re.ulls have   h.-i-ii oil
tained. The oil sands are located at a
depth of about sixteen hundred feet
and enough investigation has taken
place to be assured that they are of
wonderful extent. . There is also an
abundance of natural gas.
The ar?a under cultivation at present
is only about three hundred thousand
atrea and the population of the whole
district is about twenty thousand. The
first grain was sent out of toe country
throe years ago, and consisted   of   less
than one thousand bushels.    Last   vear
i
nine million bushels were produced from
about a quarter milhon acres, the aver
age wheat yield being thirty-five bushels to the acre or nearly double the
average of other portion! of Alberta.
Tin- land is also well adapted for the
raising of stock of all kinds, particu
larly hogs.
ll is reasonable to suppose that if
two hundred and fifty thousand acre!
are now producing nine million busheli
of grain, Ihat within a very few years
there will be ten million acreg proline
lug three hundred and fifty milhon bu
els of grain, pr roughly, ten million
tons.
but thc Vancouver wholesaler has to
get hie nuts on about fifty per cent
of the cost.
It takes $16.25 fora three minute talk
on the telephone between Vancouver
and Ottawa.
Twenty-seven carloads of Chinese
eggs left Vancouver last week for New
York. The hen fruit sells at ten cents
a  dozen. *
Of the 820 inmates in the Okalla
prison at the present time, 110 are drug
fiends. The addicts ought to be turned
loose, and the dope peddlers publicly
horsewhipped.
Last week the province of Ontario
went wet After heavy rains many fall
and spring wheat fields are inundated,
and hundreds of acres of vegetables and
roots put out of commission.
During the last two months two old
timers passed over the Great Divide:
Thomas Karl, a miner on the Fraser in
'58, died at Vancouver, aged 92, and
Captain T. D. Shorts, a pioneer of
Omineca, Cassiar and the Yukon, died
at Hope, aged 84.
Arthur Stringer, Canadian writer, is
getting columns in the daily press because he rode the cowcatcher of a
G. T. P. train through the Rockies.
There are people hereabouts who have
ridden the cowcatcher and only got a
two line police court item.
Cornelius Vanderbilt, jr., son of the
great financier, who was in British
Columbia last year, in an article in the
Review of Reviews, under the title of
"The Newest Northwest," sayi that
the possibilities of British Columbia are
the greatest under the sun.
Dame Rumor states that a number of
ardent prohibition advocates have been
very persistent in their applications for
positions as provincial booze vendors.
Strange how pliable a conscience can
become if there is enough financial
salve in sight. -Kamloops Standard.
The Vancouver Sun says the Moderation Act is ultra vires. Probably it is.
Ever since the day that Chris Columbus
sailed up the Portland Canal and discovered Hyder, laws have b��en manufactured and shoved on the statute
books, and more than half couldn't stand
the assay test.
Franklin K. Lane, former
States secretary of the iuLeiiui, mc
Rochester, Minnesota, last week. Lane
was a Canadian, born in Charloitetown,
P E. I., and therefore could never be
president, but he wa* President Wilson's right bower. Thirty years ago
he was editor of the Tacoma News.
The annual meeting of the Canadian
: Weekly Newspaper ApsOciation *.*.*:!! be
held in Vancouver on June 9-10. The
t gang arrive via C. N. R  and return via
f'.. P. R. Representatives from over
! 1000 papers will be present. Knowing
1 more about hayseed   and  alfalfa than
mineral   the  thought moldera will pot
come this far north.
Under amendments to Jthe Criminal
Code introduced in the house of commons b. the minister of justice, several
matters which have not been criminal
will become offences when these amendments become law. O e of these makes
it an offense for persons who are not
married to register at an hotel as being
married. Another aims at intoxicated
persons driving motor cars. Three
card monte becomes a crime, and persons carrying bombs and firearms without lawful excuse are further regulated.
Whipping! will be added to other sentences for violent crimes.
Robert Thornton Lowery died at
Grand Forks on Friday, May 20.
"Colonel" Lowery, as he was more
familiarly known, came toBritiah Columbia about l!0 years ago. He published
papers at Kaslo, Nakusp, New Denver,
'Ihree Forks, Rossland, Nelson, Fernie,
Vancouver, and finally settled down in
Greenwood, and up to a short time of
his death was editor and financier of the
L"dge, one of the most widely quoted
papers in Canada. Tne colonel '.v:!l he
mis-ed, for he was not only a free lance
but a humorist. He was born in Toronto and raised in l'elrolia  Ontario,
ATLIN
ELECTORAL DISTRICT
Notice is hereby given that, I shall,
mi Monday, the 20th day of June, 1921,
at the hour of 10 o'clock  in   the   fore
noon, at the Government Office, Anjir,,
hold a Court of Revision for the pur
piisc' ol' heal ing and dt h imining any and
alt objeetloni to the   retention of an.
name at names on the Voter*'  List  im
the above nann d Electoral District.
Dated at Anyox, 11. C, thin 16th day
of May, 1!��21.
JOHN CONWAY.
Registrar   of   VoUn,   Atlin Elect,,,,,!
Inl
Comfortable rooms
Grill in eonnecti
0-
BALDWIN   HOTEL
W. DANN, Proprietor
Headquarters for mining men during their stay,
in the district
You   can't  afford   to   take
any more   c/janccs
Protect yourself at once by
taking out Insurance
with
H.   W.   M. ROLSTON
Hotel
HYDZ*,  ALASKA
M. R. JAJilfiSON,   Prop.
GATEWAY   TO  SALMON    RIVER
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
FRED  D01
T
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of Improvements',
NOTICE.
"Boundary," . " Cabin," " Grub,"
"Grubstake," "Lucks," "Interna
lional Fraction," "Daly," "Group,"
mineral claims, situate in tht* Portland
Canal mining division of Cai ial
district.
Where located;    In tiie Salmon River
Valley, in the Portland Canal (dining
Division, and lying easl of the Premi��*r
Group of mine) al claims,
Take notice that I, William 0,   Ross,
of Stewart, B.C., acting ai agent  for
K\ loi 11. Tritea,   Free  Miner's < Jertifl
catc  No.  [8811C;   Roland W   Wi
Free Miner'   I ertifleate No. ItiBlOC; vv.
R. Wilson, Free Minei'. Ci rtifieate '   ��.
16312C, ami Patrick Daly, $ tm   A\
Certificate   No,   81488G, Intend,  ilxtj
days from the dan- hereof,, to apply  to
the Mining Reeordi r for a > lertineateof
[rnprovemi nta  for the purpose of ob
i.lining a Crown Grant of the abi   ���
claim..   And furthi i tal i   no   i   thai
action, undci  lectiol mu  I    b
menced  before  the  lasuanci
i lertificate of Improvement!
I>aied    this   mill   da,   of   March,
A  ll   ! i'l 11
TAXI
i
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Cassiar     La
Skeena,
eornei
Distrid
Take in I
man.   of   ��
Milltm ii. in
��� to   pul"ha
I lommenc
..iiiii
���   .
south   ten
.   ih
thenei
I anal
said i'i
mencei
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