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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
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llX1N-$5.00 TIIE 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.
STEWART,   B. C.   FRIDAY,     JUNE   2,   1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
TAKE OPTION OH
PORTLAND CANAL
Is Subject to Examination.
Progress on the Indian.
Premier Operates Three
Shifts, inM-lf, on Tram
In addition to his Glacier creek
holdings  G. D. B.   Turner   has
secured  an  option   on   the old
Portland Canal mine, subject to
examination.    It is hi3 intention,
within the next few  weeks,  to
make a thorough survey  of the
ore bodies,   as   well as the old
workings.   This property is one
of  the   well   known   old   time
operators of the district, situated
at the mouth of Glacier creek,
o-i the east side of   Bear   river,
about live miles from Stewart,
and  in  close  proximity  to the
Dunwell,  recently   consolidated
with tie o!d Stewart mine. These]
properties are well situated  and
give every promise of making a
mine; though   nothing  definite
cm  he said   in   this  regard at
present, owing to the fact  that
considerable work will yet have
ti be done before the ore bodies
cm be accurately  dt-fined   and
their values determined.
Work on the Indian is progressing very satisfactorily.    A crew
i of ten  men  are   now engaged
driving crosseus to determine tin1 j
width of the Ore  bodies.    Until;
this is ascertained  no   definite
nrogram can be outlined for this
prooerty.   G. D. B. Turner and
R. L. Clothier returned. Tuesday
evening,   from  a   visit  to   thej
workings.
The Premier have been speed- i
ing up production  considerably
during the last few weeks, working three shifts at the mill  and
also on the tram.    While there is j
still some little trouble  with  the
latter, owing t > the frost coming
out of the ground allowing  the
towers to settle,  the stream of
ore coming off the hill is not per- j
m;tte I to stop.    The operation of
the two plants la made possible;
hv the  fact   that  there is now
p'enty of water available for thej
development of power.
Among the arrivals on the Ru \
P'��, last week, was  W. R. t'on-j
���nn, president and general man-
"-_��rof the Fish Creek  Mining
eomjany.   In speaking  of   thei
policy to be adopted by  his-com
If ,;y for the coining season, Mr.
tinkm stated that as many men
W'H be put to work as conditions
would    warrant;    development
work will be carried on, on both
���h" upper claims; a full  force of
men operating out of the No. 1
aid No. g camps.   The reporl
Published some time ago to the
meet that Thane-Jacklin inter-
H�� of  Juneau had-secured an ,
Mhon on the majority stock of i
we company Mr.  Tonkin  stated j
[��at this is not so; but that they I
���W nut considerable money into
lt*e company.
Prince John group,  bonded during the early part of the spring
from James Nesbitt and   Andy
Archie, both of Stewart.    While
nothing authentic can be ascertained in connection with this report,  it   is   given   considerable
credence owing to the fact that
both   Hammond   and Mackenzie
were   classmates at college.    If
this report proves correct it will
have,  a   great  effect   upon the
future of the mining industry of
the Portland canal, as Mr. Hammond has the reputation of being
one of the leading mining engineers of the world.    Mr. Mackenzie is not expected to return
tb Stewart until about the end of
this month.
John Mellor had a nice saddle
horse come in on the Rupert, last
Sunday, for the use of his daughter. Mable.
The s.s. Prince Rupert arrived
in port about 6 a.m. last Sunday,
with between 50 and 60 passengers, mostly for Stewart.
Don't forget the Stewart Citizens' association dance, July 1.
Saturday, June 3 (King's
oirthday) is a public half holiday.
Cyril Jackson is drawing the
plans for the new Stewart Cor_f-
munity hall.
Lost���A gold  handled pocket
knife.   Finder return  to  News
Reward.
One of the old timers of the
district has recently returned, in
rhe person of William Sloan.
He is a well known assayer both
here in the early days, and later
at Anyox and Alice Arm. Mr.
Sloan has returned to take the
position of assayer for the Daly-
Alaska Mining company, and is
now up at the property.
C'ay Porter and George Mehlfeld, are on their property, the
Idaho, situated on the north fork
of the Marmot. At present they
are clearing out the tunnel and
fixing up the camo. Considerable high grade ore is already on
the dump, and this year the
owners hope to lie able to get out
several shipments.
A. E. Frisby,   who  has  been
working at the Premier No. 4    ��. _
camp for the past eight months,    mce
left on the Prince  Rupert,  Sun-;    A   large   black bear was shot
day, on his way north. last Sunday, near the mouth of
I the  Salmon   river,   by   Charles
Lund.
Dan Lindeborg returned  from
Vancouver on the Rupert,   Sunday.    While spending the winter!
in the south Mr.  Lindeborg  was!
successful in  bonding both  the
Big    Missouri    and    Riverside'
groups on Salmon river.
Mrs. Helen Bell returned to
Hyder on the Prince Rupert,
Sunday. Mrs. Bell wi,l be remembered in this district as having opened the Helen Bell Style
Shop, Hyder, last year.
George Fraser, since his return
from the south, has-added an exceedingly nice stock to his drug
store, ln addition to his usual
lines he is handling a line of nic
nacs. They are worth looking
at, even if you don't buy.
Homer Ficklin and Angus
Kennedy returned, Sunday, from
a trapping trip into the Naas.
They had with them a very good
catch, considering the length of
time that they were out, consisting of 22 beaver and two mink.
The  Sunday   dinners  at the
A dance in aid of the Stewart
General Hospital will be given at
the Ocean View hotel on the
evening of June 9.
The Portland Canal News is
four years old today, and we
���.vish our many readers every
success for the coming year.
Oren F. Hill. Hyder, killed a
bear last Sunday, but was
cheated out of the pelt by it falling over an inaccessible cliff and
hanging up on a ledge.
John Cornyn, who has been
employed the Premier's camp
No. 4 for some months, came
down from the mine, Wednesday,
preparatory to leaving for Vancouver on business.    He expects
time ago to investigate the question of incorporation, under the
Village Municipalities act, with a
view to gathering information
for the guidance of the people of
the people of Stewart on the
question of incorporation. The
secretary, Mrs. William George,
read a large number of letters,
written by the committee in
search of information, and the
replies to them, which in every
case were most indefinite, and of
little or no assistance; with the
result that a motion was adopted
by the meeting thanking the
committee for the work they had
done, and that the matter be
dropped for the present; also that
as there is no further work for
the committee it be disbanded.
Meeting then adjourned.
Picnic, Saturday
Lawrence & Workman's scow,
with launches, will leave the old
Stewart dock on Saturday, June
13, at 1 p,m. and return about 5
ior 6 p.m., for the Marmot river,
j Gentlemen,   50   cents;   children
lover  6   years, 25 cents;   ladles
I bring refreshments.   Tea will be
made on the grounds.    No children allowed unless accompanied
by an adult, who will take charge
of them.    Proceeds   are   for St.
Mark's church' women's aid.
will develop
deLnort group
First Property Worked on
Naas Slope���Has Large
Showing- -Gold and Silver
Are Predominant Values
King Edward  grill are getting j to return in about three weeks
famous, many coming over from
Work started this week on the
New Alaska property, which is
"���jaer the control of the Daly-
->Mk�� Mining company. Pat-
f'fk Only who, as well as being
���^'���HgitiL'-director of the com-
-"-'���.v. is also in charge of the de
Jlopment work, left Hyder on
Jon-jay, accompanied bv Eddie
Hwnbletnn, one of the directors,
J"! a small force of men, to get
minim m 8nape for the 8,,mmer'H
operation!
H. A. CJueSs, vice-president of!
the American Smelt ing and Re- i
fining company, who has been
visiting the Premier mine on hisi
annual tour of inspection, left on1
the Prince Rupert, Sunday, for
the south.
The warm weather is takinpr
the snow away very fast in allj
parts of the district, with the result that prospectors are taking
to the hills in every directions,
making the town look  deserted.'
William  George and   William!
Smitheringale left during the
i early part of the week for the
j upper Bear river for the purpose
of looking over the situation on
; the George Copper property.
!    H. D.   Cameron,   engineer of
the   Silverado   mine,     left    for
| Prince Rupert on business,  Sun-,
day.    Me expects to return during   the   week   on    the   power
launch Robert G. Seymour.
A. B. Trites, one of the directors of the Premier mine, who!
has been visiting the property for
the past week left, Sunday, on
return to his home in Fernie, B.C.
Oney McFadden left on Monday last for the Marmot river,
where he and his accociates have
mining property on which they
a*e going to do some work.
The Silverado Mining company
made their second shipment of
high grade ore this week, Bending out 10 tons on the B.s. Anyox
to the Tacoma smelter.
Jack Watkina lefl town during
the   early   part   of the week to
look over his property on >
creek, preparatory
Hyder to partake of the good
things on the bill of fare. Next
Sunday the succulent strawberry
with pure cream, will be served.
Mrs. W. Hanson arrived fro-.*
the south on the Rupert, Sunday,
accompanied by her two children. They intend to take up
their permanent residence in
Stewart. Mr. Hanson has been
working at the Premier mine all
winter.
Miss Lois Comer, on the resignation of W. R. Macfarlane, has
taken over the local olliee of the
Canadian Express company. Miss
Comer hopes to build up the ex-
Dress money order business, and
for this purpose will always be
on hand.
In his meanderings, last Sunday afternoon, The News expert
on horticulture came across several excellent looking gardens,
among the lot being that of Mrs.
Fred Young. The plants are
bobbing up serenely from below,
and if this fine weather continues
green onion, radish, lettuce, etc.,
will be ready for use within ten
days. The strawberries look like
a winner, and if Old Sol keeps
on doing business at the old
stand, an abundant yield is
assured. As Mr. Young, lately,
purchased a Jersey cow, we will
break the news ge tly and be-
by stating that the
I  staff of this family
Several   planks   on> the sidewalks of the principal' thorough-
Some Ball Game
A game of baseball, mixed in
with basketball, football and big
bawl, was blown in on Hyder
pasturage, Sunday afternoon, be
fares are broker, making it tween the Hyder aggregation of
dangerous and somewhat incon-JKumbaks and Stewart Ezmarks.
venientto pedestrians Especi- j Although Stewart lost by a score
ally to the youth nnd. beauty Lf 27 to 2. or thereabouts, it was
ot Stewart, who are cooing and fajr, d exnibition of how
wooing, the sidewalks are pen-l..        .��  ������ ,* om ��������������,
lous, these lovely nights.
Jens Peterson and Jack Webster have returned to Hyder
from the Cleveland peninsula,
where they have been doing as
the game was played 210 years
years ago. A large number of
j'ans were present, and they
brought their funny sayings
along in a tin can. Fiddie Hamilton, who witnessed a game be-
where tney nave ueeu uumg ��-���   ���     ,     ,, - -<��� -
sessment work on claims staked!tween the Sarcee and Piegan In-
last year. It is reported that
they have on this property a
large showing of free milling
gold quartz.    It looks promising.
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Erickson
returned from the east, Sunday,
and will spend the   summer   in
dians on the prairies when the
main street of Calgary was a
buffalo wallow, acted as umpire,
and his decisions were good���in
parts. Some 4 11-44 times he
had to tell players to "remember
the Sabbath, and keep good."
But this is a digression.    What
camp in  connection   with   their'Stewart team  needs is a read-
various properties.    Mr.   Erick-jjustment.   On several positions
son  when he left here last fall. 'Sunday, the player was as much
-   ��� ^^^^" ���     "  place
There
current
\- the
with C
is  a   persistent  report
throughout the  district
"H'ect   that  John Hays
has become interested
A.   Mackenze   in   the
iciei
to commenc
\*l cir*,,    *-��� ���  r���    ������ .
ing the season _ worK.
Jack   Fitzgerald   and   William
Williams left on   **"*****"%
do some more deve neon the Independence group on,
the Bear river.
MiiedonnU left,
for the Kansas
that   pro-
forehand,
niechanic^^^^
journal is fond of strawberries
and cream.
The Hyder  Transfer com; any
have   for   the past
hauling ore duw ii
verado in   preparation
second   shipment.
gaged in this work last  week a
team ran away   from   the   deck
with the empty  wagon, running
all the way to Stewart  where,
after a number of  people tried
in vain to stop them,   they   co|.
"ded with the steps in   front  of
RoMire out hnw FUpwart lost f
week
from tin
ion  of
While
been
Sil-
tlie
en-
k   f
duck
Vendors'   store,
!&!^-uns.��-T��*-s
,,,   h* .round.    A nni-hr '
J.   Alexandei
Monday morning,
group, to help make
M-ty a dividend payer.
Unte number of  Miners   �����
Benwg were taken out.
��.$ CdTate^   held   their
ead, down  while othjj. un-
,ked     traces     and    BUS
When   they   were   let
thai  00  damage
other   than    a   few
had been suffering for some two j out of place as a warty toad
or three years with cancer of the | would be on a piano stool. Dur-
lower lip caused from a burn, , ing the game Catcher W. Craw-
and though he had been under-! ford slipped a cog in his neck
(wring treatment on the coast for land he was unable to do his usual
sometime, verv little headway j good work behind the bat. Sev-
toward a cure had been ma-'e. j eral local sports lost heavily, one
Therefore, on leaving Stewart:in particular, thirteen���cents,
last fall he went east to Mayo and had to walk home. The m-
brothers who have, by a veryinings of this fast and furious
severe operation and long treat-;game were played oyer again in
ment made a most wonderful the rotunda of the King Edward
and complete cure. hotel, Sunday night, and believe
, ,. ,'the News, it was some game.
A public meeting was held  at  jp g���After hearing the night
Hyder last Monday  evening  for ' (>()ntest the  News   devil   cannot
the purpose   of   discussing   the
Salmon  river   protection   work.
Among the  government officials
lu-esent were  C,   W.  Cheathrm
and   L.   F.   Vaile,   and   T.   H.
Evans, the local   road   foreman.
According to the former gentlemen the United States government are prepared to build two
wing dams, approximately 400 to
BOO feet in length, and will provide protection   from   the   rock
cuts to the old sawmill site; below
this point the people   of   Hyder
will have to   devise   their  own
means   of   protection.     J.   S.
Pitcher, L. Balch and E. Snider
were elected a committee to deal
with the situation.
The owners of the Delnort
group intend to this year do considerable work on their property.
It is their intention to take in a
pack train load of supplies as
soon as possible.
This property,  which consists
of twelve claims in all, is situated
on the head   of   Porter creek, a
tributary of the White river on
the Naas watershed.   The property    really   lies    across   the
Glacier from the head of Bitter
creek,   and   to   reach  it   with
horses the trail will have to be
followed  around  via   Meziadin
lake; thence south to the White
river, and up it to Porter creek,
across the head of which lay the
claims.    The  owners,   Mr. and
Mrs.   Joe   Green    and    Homer
Ficklin  of Hvder, believe they
have in this property the making
of a large mine.   The showing
on the property has an average
width of approximately 200 feet,
and can be traced on the surface
for a distance of 4500 feet, running from one side of the valley
to the other.    So far no work has
been done on the property oth'er
than surface work ar.d a thorough
Exploration of the ground.    Assays taken from the cuts have so
far been  very  satisfactory,  the
lowest  being   $1.80,    and   the
highest   $285,    in    all   values.
Twenty-four assays taken gave
an average of $40.80 in all values
gold and silver predominating.
This is the first property on
the Naas slope on which active
development work has been undertaken, and it is hoped that
every assistance possible will be
given the owners, by the government, in the way of opening the
trails, and so encouraging others
to develop that section of the
district.
Later���G. D. B. Turner, a
mining engineer from New York,
who is interested in several other
properties in the district, has
secured this property under option, subject to examination, and
intends to make a thorough survey of the showings as soon as
conditions will permit.
Premier Ore Shipments
During two weeks the Premier shipped about 3500 tons
of ore (high and low grade)
and concentrates, to Anyox
and Tacoma. Thus bringing
the total shipments from the
first of the year up to
approximately   30,400   tons.
hoo ^^
harness.
up it was touni
was
Incorporation Meeting
A public meeting was held  in
the   Newell    building,   Monday
4 v,_a  .nd next dsy the team evening,  to hear the report of
S,'raU'  th, -"Idas u.ual. |the  committee appointed sonvr^--^
Metal   Market
Following are the latest New
York quotations:
Silver, foreign, bar, 72_.
Copper, firm;  spot, 13�� to 14.
Lead,  firm; spot, 5.50 to 5.85.
/.inc. firm; east St. Louis,
spot,   5.20.
done
Keep on   tap,   Dominion   day
Good music.
Athletic Association
The meeting, held last  Friday
evening, for the purpose of preparing a program of sports for
July 1, was   well   attended   and
good    work   was   accomplished.
H.   P.   Gibson   was   chairman,
and Howard Campbell, secretary,
After some discussion it was decided to form an organgization
to   be   Known   as   the   Stewart
Athletic association, and that the
executive   of this   body  should
handle the  sports on   Dominion
Day.   The matter of electing an
executive then came up, with the
the following result:    H. P. Gibson, president ;H. Campbell, secretary;   Grant   Mahood,   W.   J.
Crawford,   and  J.   W.   Wilson
were elected as members of the
executive.     A   membership fee
of one dollar was decided upon.
In dealing with baseball matters
it was concluded  to organize a
team for Stewart, and S. G. Benson was elected to organize and
manage same.   After joining up
those present in   the hall,   the
meeting adjourned.
���, ;tS "ii PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   2,
1922
The  Portland Canal News
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS  PER   YEAR
very serious one and requifes immediate
attention, for it would appear to denote
one or two things���either slackness somewhere or lack of interest. Either one of
these is fatal, not only to this district but,
if allowed to go to extremes, also to the
entire province.
WEATHERED ANOTHER  STORM
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 Accepted for Fir-t Page
BEAR   RIVER   BRIDGE
POSSIBLY at no time in the history
of the world has any country produced a
statesman that hw weathered so many political
storms as has David Lloyd George.
Returning from thc Genoa conference to London he, after a short rest, again appeared on the
floor of ?he house of commons, and faced his
critics like the man he is, absolutely fearlessly, and
gave an account of his conduct of the affairs of the
nation at the now far famed conference, and even
though opposed by such men as former Premier
Asquith, Lord Robert Cecil, and Robert Clynes,
who supported a motion of no confidence in the
government, he won out by 253 votes to 20.
Such an overwhelming defeat will perhaps
tend to put in their place for awhile those critics
who, while he was at Genoa, did everything in
their pow?er to defeat and wreck his objective.
NOTE  AND  COMMENT
Nights, like ladies skirts, are getting shorter.
The real prospector is a valuable asset to the
province.
This may be a free land, but you cannot get
any of it that way.
SOMETIMES the work of the govern
ment calls for praise, and at other times
criticism. Of the latter there are several
types which can be subdivided under two
heads, constructive and destructive. Constructive criticism, when warranted, is at
all times in order, as it is done with a view
to improving matters.
Last fall, when the high water took out
the Bear river bridge, the Stewart Citizens' Association took every means at their
command to bring to the attention of the
provincial government the necessity of repairing or replacing the destroyed structure during low water, in the winter time.
Promises were numerous, but the winter
has come and gone and still there is no
guaranteed satisfactory means of crossing
the Bear river. True a certain amount of
work has been done. But what is the
nature of it? A piled trestle across a | Opportunity knocks but onee and that may be
mountain stream, and a start made to get j the reason it has a better reputation than other
out 4000 yards of rock for a big fill.   No knockers. 	
doubt plans have been drawn for the pro-i       .     ... .   ,        . ...   ,     ....    ,,
j              ,    , .      ,   .     ,��         .               .          A religious revival is alright; but its  the
posed spans, but to date there IS no evi- j mining revival just now that interests the pilgrims
dence of a start being made to put them 0_ Stewart.
in.   The recent warm weather has started j 	
The liquor consumed by British Columbians
last year is certainly a staggering total.
A grasshopper was seen in Hyder. yesterday.
The authorities do not anticipate a plague.
A merchant can save money by not advertising.   So also can anyone save money by not eating.
Wilful idleness is a disease of the mind. The
subject thinks the world owes him a living and
should speed up payment of the debt.
A Calgary doctor says "singing makes you
ive longer." If it is like some of the singing
heard hereabouts, it all depends if there's a rock
Common sense is the most talked of, and least
ut>ed, of any of the human senses.���Office Kat in
the Prince Rupert Empire. The pussy editor
ought to know.
the inevitable high water, thereby making
any work that will be done from now on
until the fall, not only very difficult, but
also expensive.
This though is not the worst feature
of this very unfortunate situation. During
1920 development of the numerous mining pile handy.
properties up the Bear river was retarded
owing to the fact that this very same
bridge was taken out during high water.
Last year was a very bad year for the mining industry and very little work was
done; but during the past winter this in-| Bob Edwards' lager beer amendment to the
dustry has revived considerably, with thelliquoract in Alberta was defeated in the legisl.-
result that several deals have been madeilature at Edmonton, last week. Bootleggers
made and considerable development |ar" now haPpy
planned. Operators are now getting on
the ground prepared to put into effect, this
season, large develorment i re grans. This
activity was predicted and pointed out on
numerous occasions, therefore there does
not appear to be any legitimate excuse
why the district should not have been
guaranteed long before this against a
repetition of 1920.
Pioneers in the mining industry have
enough difficulties to overcome without
being placed at a disadvantage sueh as they
are this year in danger of having to face
by the high water taking out the pile
structure that has been erected over the
Bear river.   It is all very well to say that       s     a   board, of   rade of ���
the pile driver is on the ground, and if the have 8ent j,lVitations to Premier King and mem-
bers of the house of parliament to come west at
If a Hyder baseball  rooter's voice had the
same carrying porer as  a   canary's,   his  wordsI
could be heard on the Ninth concession of Bruce. I
He certainly has some mouthpiece.
The pipe that the shah of Persia smokes is set
with  rubies  and  diamonds,   and   is  valued  at
��500,000.    Don't suppose he gels any more sail**
faction out of it than he would out of a live-cent
corncob.
According to a press despatch in a Vancouver
paper, "a boat left Halifax last week carrying at
least 1400 tons of rubber for the starving children
of Russia." After devouring this cargo the kids
ought to be able to rubberneck.
bridge i�� carried away again this year piles
can be driven at once. The seasons here
are short and no operator can afford to be
held up a couple of weeks, or .or that matter even a ample of days.
The condition which has arisen ii a
the end of the present session and see and learn
something about the richest  part  of  this  great]
dominion.   About all the average member of the
house knows about the west is a vast prairie and,
huge mountains.    British Columbia alone would
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DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B  C Land Surveyor
STEWART, H. C
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Dental Surgeon,    I*RiNcE RLPERT.
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' 'ORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   2,   1S22
JAMES ANDERSON JOHN MCLEOD
The Prospectors' Club
PHONE-l   SHORT
^GARS, PIPES, TOBACCOS and CIGARETTES
SOFT   DRINKS-ALL   KINDS.
Come in and make yourself at Home
Our   Specialty���Cleanliness and   Service
INVESTIGATING MINERAL WEALTH
Forest Fires
by burning the saplings of to-day
All over British Columbia parties from the geological survey
of Canada will be busy this summer probing into the mineral
wealth ot the country. No fewer
than twelve will be at work in
this province under the general
direction of Dr. J. D. Mackenzie,
head of the survey in British
Columbia, according to an official
announcement.
Two parties will work in the
Cariboo. One will be under the
direction of Dr. W. L. Uglow of
the University of British Columbia, and the other under Dr.
W. A. Johnston.
A thorough mineral reconnaissance of northern British
Columbia will be undertaken by
Dr. George Hanson of the Vancouver office of the survey. Dr.
Hanson will be specially on the
lookout for traces of petroleum
deposits.
The coast line of the province
from Bella Coola to the Alaskan
boundary   and  the   islands  ad-
destroy  the Forests of to-morrow
PUT THEM OUT
jacent to it will be explored by
Dr. Victor Dolmage. This is a
continuation of the work done by
this geologist last year.
Vancouver Islands coal deposits, especially those in the
neighborhood of Cumberland
and Union Bay, will be thoroughly surveyed and mapped by
Dr. Mackenzie, assisted by A. C.
T. Sheppard of Ottawa, as cartographer and geographer.
A special investigation of prospective iron ore deposits will be
undertaken by Dr. G. A. Young,
at the special request of the provincial department of mines.
Dr. Young will be glad if owners
of possible iron ore areas will
communicate with him, care the
Vancouver office of the geological survey of Canada.
Dr. C. E. Cairnes will work in
the Coquahalla area; Dr. M. F.
Bancroft in the Lardeau; Dr. S.
J. Scofield in the Windermere
district, and Dr. W. E. Cockfield
in Atlin.
CAROLAN'S
MEAT  MARKET
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AND  CURED
MEATS
SHAMROCK   BRAND
Full Line of Groceries and Vegetables. Orders
taken for Camps and Mines. Fresh Milk
and  Dairy   Produce
NEW   ERA   IN   OLD   CARIBOO
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 al! Parts of United States
J. A. HALL, Pres.    D. LINDEBORG, Vice-Pres.   IRENE HALL, Treaa.
^NEWELL ROOMS
W.   L.   NEWELL.   Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   Barber Shop in Connection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Solo Tables
PHONE, 1 LONG. 1 SHOUT. 1 LONG
Mining men from Vancouver,
from Ontario, from American
cities, from England, and other
centers, are arriving daily in
Quesnel. Even a big bull moose
swam across the raging Fraser
in front of the town Two men,
Etowe and Price, are trying out a
patent device for dredging gold
from the bars and benches, up
the Quesnel river four miles, on
the Curtis ground.
An American company has
moved in eight tons of drilling
material to test out the leases
held by Vaughan and Larson on
Cottonwood river.
Erakine Smith snd John George
Ullock have returned from staking five dredging and hydraulic-
leases on Lightning creek. They
had a fine sample bottle of gold
taken in sluice boxes from the
property. They are enthusiastic
over the showing.
Leicester Bonner, M. E., expects to operate shortly on
Lightning creek on his large
holdings there. He also is making arrangements to commence
work on the Borland leases at
Keithley creek.
S. J. Marsh is on his way back
from New York where he has
been for some months interesting
capital to build a large dredge on
the Quesnel river.
Mining is riding on a top wave
in this neck of the woods. Developments are highly promising
lor a big season's work that will
prove a new era in historic old
Cariboo.
STKWART   NEWS   COMPANY
II.   P.   GIBSON.    Proprietor
Ganong'g and Lownoy's Chocolates.     Stationery.     t'hina
Library.      All the Very Latest Music ami Records
ICE   CREAM
Sole As,<-nt fur Imperial Tobacco Co. Canadian Sl.am Uundry
A discovery of radioactive rock
has Ueen discovered on the shores
ot Valdez Island, Gulf of Georgia.
Thia is an  important discovery.
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
King Edward
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Under New Management
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FRED  DOREY
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STEWART PHARMACY
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TAXI
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SERVICE
The only first-class and up to date hotel in the Portland
Canal district
Start   Right   Now
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Clothing
IS   RIGHT   LN   BVIN    1 -RriCULAR    AND
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H.    ZEFFERT
Esperanza Looks Jake
More ore has been encountered
at the Esperanza mine, situated
about one mile from Alice Arm,
says the Herald. The ore was
found in the upper workings and
lhe vein is two feet in width.
The tunnel in which the ore was
found is the oldest tunnel at the
mine, and was driven in lllll in
order to strike some out croppings in the creek bed, but did
not reach the ore. Mr. Elge,
manager at the mine, decided a
short time uk��> to lengthen the
tunnel, and .truck the ore alter
driving a few feet, ll is expected that a considerable body
of ore will be developed, bin
work at prtMnt il suspended on
this   particular showing,   owing
to tbe Intro quantity of vstei
conuiiK in the tunnel.    Work will	
lie resumed as aoeti as Um ground
|,t. The   1 speraiua has   CRAWFORD TRANSFER
all the tppoorswooool deveiopins
iBtO a Bhipping Hline Ot considerable prtportiOM in the near
near I mure. Systematic development woi k m being bleadlly
proSMUted,  with   good   results.
Hotel King Edward
STEWART,   ���   H.   C.
Running Hot and Cold Water.      Hatha.       All the  con-
venieneosof the city.   Dining Room in connection
Kuiopean plan $1 per day and up
W.    H.    TOIIN -        ���        Man-K.r
FOB   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK    HOUSES..
WOOD    AND    COAL
Smith
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STEWART, BC
A. 1'. Brigl.aiii.  general   man-
,.,'.-! ol lhe   Hollinger   ai*
Ontario,   .tales   that   the   Hoi
I'nger mli Wad  UM   world u.  a
gold   produosi   this >��ui     La.-t
,. ai it   Wet   Mirptl ""ly
ihier individual Stieoi  m   South
\li Hit, v>lio��e   output   tins
w ill l�� Ml lOUSl.   - UJ l��<" d   a.   a
result oi lU , -i -ink..
rnoNfc. two i.j l.osi,    man [���] ihom
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II   < I'MtK,   -Uian... PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   2,   1922
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $76,177,403;
Lode Gold, $105,557,977; Silver, $55,259,485; Lead. $48,330,575;
Copper, $166,393,488; Zinc. $21,884,531; Coal and Coke. $225,-
409,505; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $34,072,016; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,210,639; making its.Mineral Production to the end of
1921 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 all years to 1895,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 189S-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,507,968; for five years, 1906-1910, $125,-
534,474; for five years, 1911-1915, $142,072,603; for five years,
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1921, $28,066,641.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $336,562,897
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 Crown Grant9.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may
te obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia.
\
The greatest enemy of good
isn't evil, but neutrality.
For quick results it is better
for a girl to be popular with only
one man at a time.
Success is not made by lying
awake at night, but by keeping
awake in the daytime.
It  is  fortunate   that  people
An ounce of contention calls
for a pound of cure.
Political gas is not of the illuminating variety.
As a rule the "ex0 in expenses
stands for extravagance.
These nice spring days give
the housewife that joyous desire
to turn the house upside down so
can't read the kisses that have  that her lord and master doesn't
been printed on a girl's lips.
When a man listens attentively
to what a woman says it is a
sign that they are not married.
You can't fix a ruined reputation, but in Nevada you can fix
the jury, and that seems to work
as well.
*
The things that man intends
to do when he gets the time
never help him up the ladder of
success.
The man who wastes self pity
on himself with the gloomy belief he has no chance in life is
usually quite right.
When  the  modern   girl says
know in which room or in which
corner of the room to find his
bed, let alone such trifles as his
razor or his cigarr.
"Before this service proceeds."
announced Rev. A. L. Roberts,
in Vancouver, two weeks ago,
"I want every undressed peacock
to go home and put on enough
clothes to make a decent appearance. On Easter Sunday I stood
for a lot. and allowed many of
you undressed pelicans to remain. And quit chewing gum.
This churchls not a cabaret or
vaudeville." The skypilot is
evidently a low comedian,
A Scotchman   in   Rupert had
that she hasn't anything fit toj Just secured a bottle of Dewar's
wear to church she doesn't mean I Extra Special from the vendor
that the old fashioned girl did.    |and was hurrying toward home
! with it safely stowed in   his hip
Who s Who may serve a useful pocket, when he  stepped on   a
purpose, but in these times ouribanana pee, amj fell over back
real   need   is  a  comprehensive; wards, landing fai,.,v on the hip!
symposium of What's What
pocket.    He hurt hfs leg in the
OCEAM   VIEW   HOTEL
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos
Local  Distributor Silver Spring
Ball Room in Connection
Catering to Large and Small Parties
WILLIAM REID TOOTH, Prop. Tel. 5 Short
The world is  safe  for  demo-j fall,   and getting uo slowly he!
cracy, but if you are making fivejli.nped on homeward.   Suddenly \
thousand a year you are still freej he felt something trickling down
to   talk   about   the   "common his leg. "Oh, Lord," he groaned,
people." "I hope that's blood."
THERE'S  THE RUB
ALL   THE   COMFORTS   OF   A   HOME
ARE   TO   BE   HAD   AT   THE
Hotel Stewart
W.   DANN,   Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms      Comfortably Furnished      Baths
Drying Room      Dining Room
RATES,      S1 OO      A      DAY
Canadian National Rai
GRAND   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
It isn't the can that annovs the doe.
It's the fact that it's tied to hie   tail.
It isn't the troubles that make life hard.
It's the number of times yon fail.
It isn't the time you waste On her,
Nor the thriftle.-s gold you spend;
But t e cold and unrelenting kick
You get from her dad in the end.
weeks ago:    "That piano player
sure   claws  a   mean   batch   of!
ivories."     "Yes."     said     the!
second, ' and that drummer sure!
beats a nasty can."
NOTICE
Naughty���But Nice
A New York poet who appears
Any person having n claim against'
the estate of Charles Palmer of Stew- |
art, B. C., who died on December 9th, :
1921, should present same iinint>uiale!>, .
addressed to the   undersigned,   at   905
DO know the yearnings of a denii-j Credit   Fonder   Building.    Vancouver,
virgin's heart,   gave this  verse! B. C, who are authorized to pay such
the title of 'Naughty
a plagiarized version of an original poem under that title published some two or three years
ago. The New York Times, in
I publishing this verse, believes a
more fitting title would be:
IT CAN T BE DONE.
I want to be naughty, but I want to ba
nice,
I don't mind the route, but I don't  like
the price.
I want Ui do what the other girls  do
Tease 'em, and ruddle up, and bill  and
Blacken my eyes, aud powder my nose;
Roll my cigarettes and my hone;
Ruuk** my cheek and pencil  my lip,
Carry a silver tlask on my hip;
Tango n little, shimmy a lot,
Park   my   corn-la   when   the   weather
gela hot.
Ride and ��wun and golf and axati���;
Take the fences instead of the Kate.
Break all records -yes, all hut MM
but Nice,' ���***��� da m*'
BEATON & HEMSWORTH
Administrator for the estate of Churl*.s
Palmer.*' mavl'Jt.
Steamers sailing between Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Poweil
River, Ocean Kails. Swanson Bay, Prince Rupert, Anyox, Stewart
aud Queen Charlotte Inlands.
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VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
FROM   PRINCE    RUPERT    LOR   SLKWART
8   P. M.,  EVERY SATURDAY
Train oeivice;
PftOOOftfOJ    M"M--^,    V\ll��M<l��\Y  and tiA'l I Hl'AV  -���! II.I.J a.m.
fo-
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cuttnectiuna lor aii puiuls l-��i aiui .South
(All trouifc ami boats operate on Stondsrd Time)
Atlantic Bu-ariiehiii -ailing* orfurther information, apply  t<.
my Croud Trunk Pacific Agent, or to C  A. McNicholl, A'tiotant Ml """ l Ff< '"""'
eight and lWenger AgOOl, Pririco Rupert. |i. I -���-**���* -��-* dollar a,'   came   In
TH_  I. iM.lt.NHI.ST tl.1
THB   I-KOVINCB   OK   BRITIBH   COI.HMAIA
RE   SPECIAL
TIMBER LICENCES
The attention of Timber Licence
holders who are taking advantage uf
the provisions of the i;ci Amendment
to the FOREST ACT. wherein arrears
of licence fees accrued   prior   u,   ;<|��t
DOtMObfti MB, have been  funded am]
Ami be good and true  when   the   nam*   mikk. |myttb,t> ,��� M11���uyl  -������,������������.���,_   ,���
is done. .   ,
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I don t like ���������.-���per but I do  k'Ve spice; y
(want  to  i* MOffaty,   but  lv-._i.t-.-  renewal fee which Ucame due in
be I.. i�� ��>ot included in lhe ni-Lli,.-t,u at
lined, and audi 19.1 mid all suIim-
Special tur the Clergy     mu t renewal fees must u pttUj H
"Father,"      explained     Um ********* **��� <--t��- of ���*,���,
viailor to the prieat, "I tek pee \*~*  '" ****** '" '"""<���������"��� "<e
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gmg "     Father     K.lk-y     waa
pU.zb-d Mini I, I.-|.io.lie.1     1 Im    |||.
periot I.iiin-r foi advice.   "What
tehuli I give a  I
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llf th<
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News, $5 Year
ply.    "I hat's all I
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Wants all your MUSKIV-T and MINK- QUICK-
and will pay you these extremely high prices.
MUSKRA
Spring
Winter
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Usual Cole r
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15.90 to 12 0011.00 to 8L0QI 7.00 to SJHSJJJta lid ..H) h IS
10.00 to 8.0fl LOOlo 5t5il5.80l-j i.0   3.1  ���   "���   i.75 to 1.75
The above prices are based on the well-known "SHI BERT"
liberal grading and are quoted lor immediate sin, ment No. 3,
No. 4, kitts, and otherwise inferior skir.b at high
value. We aiso want all your other furs and will pa, the
BIG PRICES quoted in "JElfr Mpfari W|tf-p-r" to ��ci them.
Don't wait-S///P TODAY.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" will
result in "more money"���"Quicker *
SHIP  ALL  YCHIR   FURS    OI*Ber��rO
.arrest House in the World, Q^aliTty
NORTH AMEBIC
Vancouver - KIM Britl$-�� ��otyinbU
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