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Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests *f the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
SEND THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL. 3, NO. 32
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY 6,   1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
NEW YEAR'S
MASQUERADE
Given by Hospital Board.
'Twas a Huge Success.
Many Pretty Costumes.
prizes Awarded
The masquerade ball, given by
the hospital board in the Stewart
hotel on New Year's eve was in
every way a huge success. The
hall was very prettily decorated
and every detail had been well
worked out; and with a large and
varied number of fancy dresses,
splendid music rendered by the
Stewart orchestra, and a good
sapper served by the Stewart
hotel, nothing was left to be
desired.
The dancing commenced with
a grand march, all those in fancy-
dress taking part.
A feature of the evening was
the entrance of Father Time in
the person of S. G. Lawrence, at
1_ o'clock, just after the unmasking, Coming in at the entrance
to the ballroom, he walked the
full length of the floor, and up to
a big Grandfather Clock, out ot
which, at a given signal, stepped
little Dureen Jack, dressed as the
New Year. Taking a pair ot
ribbon reins, attached to the
shoulders of Father Time, she
drove him out of the hall.
Before the unmasking, a vote
was taken on the best costumes,
waiting in William Crawford, as
"George Washington," and Mrs.
���awford,   as   "Queen   of   the
arem," getting tirst prize.
Mr. and Mrs.  Mackintominev,
Irish costumes, got first prize
or the best sustained,   and also
���t W. li. Macfarlane first  prize
1 th- most originalj -1-3 going as
he wires down, symbolical of the
ocal government telegraph
��rv ice.
The people voting found it ex-
re"-e|y difficult to decide on
Wch to vote for, as there were
10 many excellent characters,
ell carried out. Harry Smith
8 a "Rat," wa8 8plendid. a
umber of the   ladies also had
conditions, and a stabilizing
market. From the numerous
enquiries, which he has recently
received from big mining companies, regarding this district,
he felt quite safe in saying that
the coming season mining will
experience considerable impetus.
. . STEWART   LOCAL   NEWS . .
Work Commonwealth
Emi| Davis, manager of the
Commonwealth, returned recently from a trip to Seattle and
Puyallup, where he went to confer with the officials of the company regarding the property.
William N^psted. a brother of
George Nepsted. president of the
company, and G. McT aughlin returned with him. They brought
in a considerable amount of supplies and equipment and took
them down to the property, making the trip on the Sea Lion.
Mr. Davis says that it is the
intention to continue development throughout the winter,
driving the tunnel to gain depth
on the large vein that passes
through the property. He took
down lumber to make the cabin
at the mine comfortable.and will
also replace the bridge over
Davis river that was taken out
by the flood last fall.
The west has not yet commenced to feel the revival of
business stability reported ih the
^ast, says Mr. Davis, and the
Sound cities are comparatively
quiet However, there appears
to be plenty of money for investment in legitimate mining and
the treasury of the Commonwealth company is in good condition for actively prosecuting
the development program now
laid out. President Nepsted is
expected to visit Hyder in about
two months.
A new consignment of Sonjjs, Musi,
ancl Records at Stewart News Co.
Joe Sexsmith, woodworker at
Nine-mile, visited Stewart last
week.
The Hyder moving picture shop
is putting on some excellent bills
these long evenings.
Frank Nagle has gone to his
old home in Minneapolis. He
will return when the frogs begin
to "sing."
Dan Chisholm, Premier foreman at Nine-mine, was seeing
the old year out and the new
year in at Hyder.
Rev. Father Leray has been
transferred from Terrace to
Prince George.
Reader, how about that New
Year's resolve? Is it still intact
or gone to the vendor's store?
The freighter Amur was in with
machinery for the Premier, and
took out a shipment of ore and
concentrates.
Fred Elder, machinist, and E.
R. Davis, plumber at the Premier, were enjoying city life in
Hyder last week.
Wouldn't it be terrible if Hyder
should ever become cursed with
The Stewart fire department ,��..        . . ��   -,.
,2. ��� |a  codfish   aristocracy?���Miner.
Echo answers,  "Wouldn't It?"
After being out of the game
will do honor to Ireland's patron
saint, St. Patrick, by holding a
grand ball on March 17
Just   Arrived���Ladies   Khaki   Cloth
1 for over a year, Bob Stewart is
. again behind the counter of the
Riding Breeches, all iizes, $7.50 a pair. I
T _.     ���,   ..      . , t ���_. ! Salmon Riyer Trading Co s store
Ladies all leather shoe packs in stock, \~ ' -
14 inch tops, $11.50 a pair.    H. Zeffert' j at Hyder.
Smith block. Stewart. Local  merchants   report that
Last Saturday Editor Hull of! this year's holiday trade was the
the Hyder Miner celebrated his, best ever. In many instances
47th anniversary on this por-1 several lines of goods were dis-
phyry dyke. The News staff ; posed of a week before Christ-
hoists one: "May he live as j mas. And yet you'll hear some
long as he wants, and never knocker br.athe: "No money
want as long as he lives." in town."
Poor weather for lawn tennis.
The heavy snowfall did not injure the orange trees ln Hyder.
The Pachena arrived during
the week with a large passenger
list.
Harry Howson, who left this
district over a year ago, returned
to Hyder on the Pachena.
The Amur was in during the
week and took out over 400 tons
of concentrates from the Premier mine.
Who was the young man from
Hyder that secured a snow bath,
last Friday night, for remarks
passed about a lady?
The telegraph line, between
Stewart and Anyox, after a
month's vacation, is ready for
business at the old stand,
Comer's stage leaves the Hotel
King Edward daily at 10. 2 and
7:30, for Hyder and way points.
Returning leaves the Customs
triangle at 11, 3, and 8:30.
Everything up to the second.
A general meeting of the Citizens' Association will be held in
the Newell building at 8 p.m.
sharp, Saturday, the 14th inst.
Everybody come, and come
early. Matters of importance to
be discussed.
WORKING ON
BITTER CREEK
Extending Tunnel on the
L. L. & H.���Development
Work on the Old Chum
and St. Elmo Claims
* --
IMPORTANT   STRIKE
Word has just been received that the ore was struck in
No. 4 tunnel, at the Premier mine, on December 28.
With this strike the Premier ore bodies have been proved
to a depth of 700 feet; and is, therefore, possibly the most
important strike ever made in the camp, for it proves beyond a doubt that the ore deposits in this district go
down to great depth.
Hyder  Dock
The United States War Department has -authorized the construction of a doek at Hyder, at
an estimated cost of $5000, con-
struction to start about March 1.
The contract for the work has
already been let to Fred Dory of
Hyder, and Captain E, J. Williams and E. V. Clary of Ketchikan; the latter two being o,vner
and master, respectively, of the
Taku II and the Carmen. The
wharf will be located close to
erJ- good costumes, and eveni where the Salmon valley road, if
h,,ui?h they did not win a prize, j extended    beyond    its   present
southern terminus at the baseball backstop, would strike deep
water. This location was decided upon by Road Commis-
sioner Joe Ulmer when he visited
Hyder last November. There
will be two approaches to the
dock, which it is estimated will
cost $20,000 to build. One will
run out aloug First street from
Main, at the Alaska hotel corner.
a distance of 2200 feet. The
other will be an extension of the
Salmon river road. This latter
; | will be built to avoid the necessity of freight, destined for up
valley points, .naking a
around through the  pile
Joe Ulmer, road supervisor fori    Manager Pitts of the Premier
the First Division, was in Hyder has been confined to his bed  for
this week checking over the sur- several days.
vey for the wharf approach. Howard Cameron, engineer in
t  ^ o.    u   .      u (t���.umv���: charge of the Silverado, returned
J. O. Stenbraten, better know n *
i    t u   ��  -,t���..-,_���i on the Pachena today,
as    Stampede John,     returned,
to Hyder last week. Since leav-'j Thc Scotchmen, living in
ing the district he has been j Hyder, are talking about cele-
every where but in church or jail brating the 163rd anniversary of
Scotty Patterson is now clerk j the birth of the Scottish bard,
in the   King   Edward soft drink Robert Burns, on January 25
_My received many votes.
Dancing was kept up until a
J* hour- everyone pronouncing
"������vening as a huge success.
G
Uothier Optimistic
��(,rK<- Clothier, resident min-
n-jengineer,8penttheChri8tma8
���llday* in Stewart with his
���**. R. L. Clothier. While
Fjto expressed the opinion j
,rom all appearance ***\
ll(-"stry in thia section
' ' Wrtng the coming summer,
W"80"**^  ���lfll ���
0 "W more settled  financial of the town.
tietour
section
emporium. He occassional^
throws a "high bawl" at the
patrons of this popular resort.
The heavenly twins, Tom and
Jerry, failed to put in an appearance in Stewart during the holidays. Evidently they have left
the camp lor good. "Good is
good."
After the heavy snowfall, W.
Crawford hitched his big fours
on the snowplow, and made an
excellent thoroughfare, for weary
pilgrims, on the main avenues
and streets.
There was born al Squamish
recently to Rev. ami Mrs. H. H.
K.. Green, a son. Rev. Green
waa formerly stationed at Stew-
art, and has baeiftt Powell River
for the pant year.
Alex Pover has severed his
connection with the Salmon Rivet-
Trading Co. at Hyder. Sandy's
smiling countenance will be
missed by patrons of that busy
establishment.
Tc a Correspondent No. The
obituary editor of this family
journal is not the author of "I'm
Getting Old and Only in the
Way." Write the editor of the
Prince Rupert Empire. He may
be the author.
Customs Collector Stivers at
Hyder is one of the oldest and
most popular officials Uncle Sam
hason his payroll in Alaska. Mr.
Stivers is often taken for Major
Strong, H former governor of the
territory; so great is the resemblance.
Hyder Carnival
The New Year celebration at
Hyder was probably the biggest
of its kind ever attempted in this
district. Organized and managed by the Hyder Igloo of the
Pioneers of Alaska, the merriment started on New Year's eve
with a carnival; the ground floor
being reserved for dancing, and
the front half of the second was
occupied by gambling tables-
crap, faro, roulette, black jack,
etc. The scene here reminding
the old timers of the early days
when dance halls ran unrestricted
and gambling was a respectable
incidental. Phoney bills of large
denomination were sold to the
players for a nominal sum and
all the games were well patronized. The rear of the room was
reserved as a supper room. The
crowning of a carnival queen,
who was chosen by ballot, the
voting for which had been a
source of keen competition and
interest for some weeks before
hand, was the feature of the
evening. The voting ran well
on into the evening, at the conclusion of which the contestants
stood: Miss Elizabeth Pitt,
34,009; Miss Ida Young, 17,414;
Miss Elizabeth Baynton, 1,927;
Miss Donna Balch, 1,472. Miss
Pitt, getting a majority of the
votes, was crowned, during an
imposing ceremony, Queen of the
Carnival. The following night,
a go-as-you-please dance was
held, and Monday night the three
day carnival came to a close
with a masquerade.
The L. L. & H. property on
Bitter creek, having reverted to
Jack Harkley, he with Bert Olson
and Alex Mclnnes, went up Bitter
creek during Christmas week,
with the intention of first of all
extending the main tunnel on
the L. L. & H. some 30 feet, for
the purpose of crosscutting the
third lead. After completing
this work they will go across
Hartley gulch and do considerable work on Bert Olsen's group,
the Old Chum; after which the
three will proceed to Alex Mclnnes' property, the St. Elmo,
on the north fork of Bitter creek,
and do a similar amount of
work there.
A  Mr.   Molander of   Everett,
Washington, and  Charles Tubman of Virtoria, had the L. L. &
H. under bond for some time and
did a certain amount of work, in
the way of cleaning out the main
tunnel and extending it some 30
leet.    By doing this they crosscut the second lead at a depth of
j some 150 feet, and proved it to
; be 47 feet wide; this being considerably wider than it appears
on the surface.    In addition   to
this, increased values were obtained.
Heavy early rains and floods in
1920, washing out the trails and
bridges in the valley, put a stop
to the work; and a tight money
market during 1921 prevented
the bondholders from resuming
work, and necessitated their relinquishment of the property.
Besides having extended this
tunnel, they had done a great
deal of work on the trail, improved the buildings on the property, and done considerable
prospecting. It is estimated
that by extending the main tunnel another 30 feet the third lead
will be cut, thus with a 200 foot
tunnel, proving at considerable
depth the main leads on the property. This will leave four other
leads still untouched; there being
seven leads in all, running parallel to each other and traceable
on the surface for a considerable
distance. The work already
done on this property has proved
it one of the most promising on
the Bear river water shed, and if
Harkley is successful in cutting
the third lead, and it proves to
carry its width and values to
depth, it is safe to say that this
property will not lie idle very
long.
The adjoining properties of
Bert Olsen and Alex Mclnnes also
give every promise; but to date
there has not been enough work
done on them, though possibly
this condition will be changed
when the boys return to town. PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   ^w.-rT^-^AY,   JANUARY   6.   1922
H.  W.   M.  ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEHBEB    OF    CANADIAN   .WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
The Portland Canal News|troub,eto in��-uirewhy the8e conditions
I obtain the recent regulation of the Liquor
Control Board may seem to be something
like a square pegin a round hole. The explanation is simple. It never was the intention to limit purchases, but when it was
found that the absence of a restriction on
the sale of beer helped a number of clubs
to evade the law the board took action accordingly. And the authorities in charge
of administering the act will impose other
restrictions if the spirit and intent of the
original instruction from the electorate is
endangered by ill-considered action. The
better the law is observed the longer it
will remain on the statute books in its
present form. It is the board's duty to
enforce it. It should be able to depend
upon the assistance of the people.
Reading
Advertising  Rates:
Display Advertising. 50 cents per inch per issue.
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 Aeccpted for First Page
"BUNCH  OF LIVE  WIRES"
THE following bouquet, thrown at
Stewart citizens, appeared in the Alice
Ann Herald of December 24:
News comes from Stewart that the damage done to the Bear river bridge by the
hi-^h water this fall, is to be repaired this
winter, and preparations are already being
made. It is reported that the estimated
cost will be about $20,000. The people of
Stewart are certainly to be congratulated
on having a bunch of real progressive,
live citizens in their midst. They are out
to work for Stewart all the time, and the
manner in which theg negotiated with the
government for the repair of the Bear
river bridge, was a mafterpiece. The
government admires a bunch of live wires
even if they do worry them a little at
times. The Citizens' Association of Stewart does not intend to let any of the citizens of that town go outside looking for a
job this winter if they can help it. Meanwhile, Alice Arm is still waiting for word
from Victoria regarding the wing dam
and Kitsault river bridge.
PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.
DALBY B. MORKILL
MININa ��<URVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART. B. C.
DR. ALFRED H.   BAYNE
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE RUPERT.
HELGERSON     BLOCK
(^LOTHIER & BAKER
ASSAYERS
Stewart.
B. C.
R.   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
BUY  MADE-IN-B. C.  GOODS
Hyder
Alaska
JOHN
HYDER
HOVLAND
ASSAYER
ALASKA
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.
Leading hotel in northern
british columbia
H. B. ROCHESTER, Manager
European Plan f 1.50 per day up
^     S.nopji. ef    #
Land lv\ ��n:n;'m3n.s
WHAT   DOES   IT   MEAN?
VANCOUVER    supporters   of   the
Made-in-B. C. campaign ware informed at
a gathering iu the Terminal City the other
day that the people of British Columbia HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
paid twenty-seven thousand dollars a day
in exchange for goods imported from the
United States last year.   This is not the
fundamental reason why [the purchasing
public in this province  should  buy  the
locally made article more often; but it is
an argument in favor of education in community loyalty.   It emphasizes the need
for  British   Columbians to take a little
more pride in the local product and avoid
such a large penalty.   The manufacturers
of this province should be in a position to
turn out goods as well and as cheaply as
their competitors in the United States.   It
is the duty of the people to create the demand and tne duty of the producer to provide honest value.   Develop this condition
and the present handicap will disappear.
WHETHER it means much or nothing
we are now informed  that  France has
given her hearty assent to the application
of international law in  respect  of submarine operation.   It is likewise pointed
out that French attitude will satisfy Great
Britain's demand that submarines shall
not attack merchant ships.   Advices from
Washington do not tell us whether this
acceptance of France is her final compromise and tantamount to an understanding
that submersible tonnage shall take the
French ratio.   In any case, of course, the
good  faith  of  France will not be ques-
tionee; but the fact remains that no contracting party to submarine rules at this
stage  has  the  slightest   conception   of
practices that would be resorted to in the
unhappy event of another war of great
proportions.   And if the conference conference considers it has gained something
by collecting signatures to the new bylaws
it  is nursing a delusion.   Moreover,   if
France still insists in setting the pace for
submersible construction the taxpayer will
get precious little out of the conference.
THAT   ANTI-DUMPING  LAW
GREAT BRITAIN   is getting plenty of aversion through  the  operation of the Anti-dumping
Act.   Comic relief in this more or less harmless
invasion of the tariff policy of the country already
has been supplied by the doll's eye incident.   But
still another toy has been held up by the new law.
This time it is a six-penny gBme of of fish ponds
because   the   hook   of   the miniature rod and line
which attsacts a   metal-snouted  paper  fish   has
been found to   be  magnetised.   That being the
case the interpretation of the act designates it a
scientific object and converts  it  into  a  dutiable
article.   The joke is complete when it  is  understood that the value of the hook is not more than
one cent.    Thus  works  the   "revolution  in the
fiscal policy of the country" that must have been
brought about "by the consent of the nation as a
whole."   ,
reduced to $5 an acre; second-ciaae ta
(2 i>0 an acre.
Pre-emption no-r confined to ror*
veyed tarda only.
Records will be granted covering only
Ian- suitable foi agricultural purposes
��i'd which t. rjon-tlmbor land.
partnership pre-emptions abolished,
but parties uf not muri than four may
arr-> ge for adjacent pre-emption.
with Joint residence, but ea��h m-ktog
n.teuaery improvements on respective
claims. fe
Pre-emptora must occupy claims far
five years and make Improvemerts to
value of ti" per aero, Including ctear-
li.i; ar.d cultivation of al least I aorea,
before  receiving * rown Grant.
Where pre-emroor In occupation not
lets than 3 yeni .. and has mude proportionate Improvementa, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, ba
granted intermediate certificate of Improvement and transfe* hts claim.
Records without permanent residence may be Issued, provided applicant makes Improvements to ojtent of
$390 per an. mn and records same each
year, failure to make improvementa
or record name will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained la
lees than 5 year?, and Improvementa
of Jlft oil por acre, including 5 acres
riaarod and cultivated, and residence
of st lenut 2 years are required.      S)
Fre-eiuptor honing Crown giant
may record another pre-emption. If ba
requires icind In conjunction with hia
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made
ar rt residence maintained ou Crown
armtitot)   land
Unsurveyed areaa, not exceeding K
acres,   may   be   leased   ;ui   hojnesHi
.__^_^^
title to be obtained after /ulliliir.g
dentlai arid Improvement  conajttonn
3
SILVER SPRING
BEER
ON  SALE   AT
GOVERNMENT VENDOR
STEWART
E
Only Beer Matured in Woodjn
British Columbia
Made of Malt and Hops only
Guaranteed 9 per cent
WILLIAM REID TOOTH
LOCAL   AGENT
MRS. W. J. JANCOWSKI
Teacher of
Pianoforte
STEWART,   B.   <_.
For gracing and industrial purpotiee
areas avueediiig 640 acres may ba
tea. ed by one peraon or company.
Mill, factory or industrial aires an
timber in ml not exceeding 40 aerea
may be purchased; conditions Include
payment of .slumpuge.
Natural hay meadows Inaccessible
by existing roul* muv he purchased
conditional upon construction of a ro id
to them. Rebate of one-half of coat >f
road, not ex oeding half of purchai e
price.  Is made. ^_
^RE  EMPTOR!'      FREE       GRANlt
m ACT.
TOOTHS
SMOKE..
SHOP ..:	
Soft Drinks on Ice
WATER PROOF TOBACCO POUCHES
WELLINGTON PIPE STEMS
FRESH T03ACCO
King Edward
Grill and
Meat Market
OPJfiN DAY AND MGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies
a Specially
MEAT DEPART!
it of fresh
Best assortmen
meat in town
inspect out butcher shop
Pall ind
I    !'
HAWKINSON
Proprietor
I he scope of this Act Is enlarged ta
iciude  all  persons  joining   and  earning   with  Ills  Majonty's  Forces     The
THAT   BEER    ORDER
ANY holder of a five dollar permit
may go to the government's liquor store
and purchase as much whisky aa he feels
disposed to do; but he may not buy more
than two dozen bottles of beer in any one
day, says the Victoria Times. To the average individual who haa not  taken   the
Those who are busy fixing the date for the
next provincial general election had better wait
awhile and make the prophesy when more material
is available for doing so.
Mr. Balfour describes developments at Washington with the simple three-lettered word���sad.
He could not have got nearer the mark if he had
searched the dictionary through.
STEWART    NEWS   CO.
H. P. GIBSON Proprietor
Ice Cream        Canongs and Lowney's Chocolates
Stationery       China       Library
All    the    latest     Music   and   Records
Sole Agent for the Imperial Tobacco  Company
and Canadian Steam Laundry
Mm* within which the heirs or devisees
of a ���!������: i-iimiI pie .emptor maj apply
for title ij-.iImi thia Act Is exlotnied
irom fcr owe yeur from tha death of
null person, as formerly, until one
, i'-r :������ . i tit ooGc'-atan of the present
wmt Til* privilege is also made re-
tn active
N*o f< -- relating to pre-emptions are
dn.    or   rouble   by   noidiora   on    pre
>!,iil lions recorded after June It,  fkl8
Tr.xi-r are remitted for five yeara.
I'r iv..-ion for return of moneys ac-
crui 4, due and bean paid since August
1, l'Jll, on account of. payments, fees
or tn_.-s on i-oidnrs'  pre-ampliuns.
Intciosi on ngicementa to purchase
town or city lots li.-lil by members of
Allied Force**., or dependents, acquired
direct or Indirect, remitted from ���, n-
liMii'Mnt to March 31, Ij-JO.
���iU-i PURCHASERS OF CROWN it
w LANDS. w
I rnvIwlon    made    for    Issuance    ef
r��wi   giants   to   sub-purchasers    ef
ii      "   Lands,   aoqufrltig  rights  from
pun Miners   who   failed     to    oompiete
nh. ������.,  Involving forfeiture, on ful-
lil.insiil  of conditions of purchase, In-
test and tuxes. Where ��ub-purchaa-
-i-��� ,lo not claim whole uf original pai -
ci!. purciume price dtt�� and taxes may
be dUiiriUt'etl ttrobwrllo'tateiy over
ui.i'ie area. AMiMratlous must be
made  by  May  1.  l*M.
, <*****,**. -
Iriialng   AcL   MM,   tor     systematic
d��vei(.-.<iiic.i( of Itveatoek Industry pro-
fui   grading MMrleU apd range
Annus I xi-i to*** pMtla leaved based
an Buiiibcin ranged priority for eetaa-
llsh|��l owners. T*ocVownen* may
form Am ui im ions.Wr range manage,
ment. Free, or pgltally (re*, permits
(or settlers oaaapgp or tra-eliare, _,
Iu ten head. a* *  ~*
LYON'S M
HCER,
WHOLESALE   AND
EAT MARK*-1"
ALASKA
RETAIL   Bl
rCHEBS
WE   DO  NOT   SELL   CHEAT
LTJT   GOOD   MEAT   CHEAT
MEAT
J. O. LYON
ti��*��.
a ii, n. 11
STEWART LAND COMPANY, LI
Founders and Original Owner*
of STEWART  TOWNSIT-- -
ii.i
Real Estate
ROBERT
Head OFFICB
101 l'emberton Block,     -   VICTORIA
Insurance   Mine8   Financ
M.    STEWART,
Lots for sale in all parts of town
Listing of p-opertiea for sale wanted
���ial A����
President
STEWART LAND C
Fifth St, Stev
nt��
LTD. ���~.f
PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY   6,   1922
THE HOUSE  Or  BARGAINS
EVERYTHING FROM A NEEDLE
TO AN ANCHOR
ANACONDA   COPPER
BUYS   BRASS   COMPANY
Our Groceries are Absolutely
Pure and Fresh. Will stand the
acid test. Assay 16 ounces to
the pound.   Nuf Ced
A deal involving two of the
most important metal producing
and refining companies in the
country was virtually completed
at New York last week when the
largest individual stockholders
in the American Brass company
agreed, subject to minor conditions, to sell out to the Anaconda Copper Mining company.
Terms of the Anaconda company
are $150 cash and three shares
of stock for one share of Ameri
can Brass. Shares of the latter
company recently were quoted
at $275 in the open market, but
the offer of the Anaconda is
equivalent to $300 on the basis
of today's quotations of $50 for
Anaconda stock. Acquisition of
American Brass, the largest domestic producer of copper, will
tend to strengthen that industry.
Details of the deal were worked
out after six  months  of  active
STEWART PHARMACY
GEORGE A. FRASER
Proprietor
F.   C. LAWRENCE
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
negotiations.
FIND   GOLD   UNDER
FOSSILS   IN   THE   NORTH
In Alaska, the bones, and often
the entire bodias, of extinct animals, sucM. as the mammoth, the
ancient times both the gold and
the bones and bodies of the animals were deposited at the bot-
Salmon River
Trading Co'y
mastodon, the reindeer and the I torn of valleys by the action of
bison, are found most abund-1 rivers and smaller streams,
antly in the layers of soil directly i many of which have now disap-
above the gold bearing gravels.
So intimate  is  this   association
peared.    Consequently  the appearance of fossils is an almost
between fossil animal   remains certain indication that gold will
i
and the auriferous eeposits that be found in   the   neighborhood.
I many explorers who have visited ; The cabins of many miners are
Alaska say that the fossils serve .ornamented   with   huge    tusks
j the prospectors as indexes of the and antlers, unearthed in the
metallic richness of the soil.    In | diggings.
F NEWELL ROOMS
W.    L.    NEWELL,    Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   Barber Shop in Connection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.     Solo Tables
PHONE, 1   LONG. 1 SHORT, 1 LONG
Coal Bunkers
The Alberta coal commissioner
aid the Vancouver harbor commissioners are in negotiation for
facilities for the storage of Alberta steam coal at that port for
bunkering ships.     Negotiations!
are   also   in    progress   for  the;
erection   of  a bunkering  plant;
at Prince Rupert.
DR. W. D'ARCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tamporaly
HYDER, -        ALASKA
iSTART THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
By visiting II. Zeffert's Clothing   Emporium.    We
���,.,����� �� ��->�� ��ccnrim#nf for the men and the ladies
iiciyc a iiiiv ucai/iiuiv...
H. ZEFFERT,
SMITH   BLOCK,        STEWART,   B.C.
NEXT DOOR BANK OP MONTREAL
Eyes on This Province
In an interview with a Vancouver newspaper man on his
arrival from Australia a few days
ago, Jessie Hardie Glendenning,
at one time associated with Cecil
Rhodes and Barney Barnato in
South Africa, speaking of British
Columbia mines, said: Here we
find abounding quantities of lead,
copper, silver, zinc and other
minerals, with abundant motive
power accessible from natural
sources. Long after other mines
have been depleted, British Columbia will thrive with huge outputs. Mining interests have
their eyes on this province and it
will not be surprising to hear of
developments before long. There
is vast capital almost ready to be
unleashed for this very purpose,
but things are uncertain yet, and
money will remain tight until
things have become stabilized.
Stewart
The Calgary Herald states that
200 platinum and placer gold
claims staked on the Red Deer
river have been recorded at lhe
federal land office in that city.
One hundred platinum claims
have also been staked on the
Smoky river near Grande Prairie.
Look at the map of Britiah Columbia
with an unbiased mind. Roughly Vancouver is 800 miles from the same
point in the Peace River country that
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 acres of the
Peace River district situated 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 ranching. In addition there is a vast area of mineral and
timber resources, the extent of which is
only beginning to be realized.
Immense deposits of anthracite coal
have been located and the president of
the Peaee River Board of Trade is
authority for the statement that this
coal grades higher than Pennsylvania
coal.
Extensive  exploration work is being
carried on in connection wiih oil and
already startling results have been obtained. The oil sands are located at a
depth of about sixteen hundred feet
aud enough investigation has taken
place to be assured that they are of
wonderful extent. There is also an
abundance of natural gas.
The area under cultivation at present
is only about 300,000 acres and the
population of the whole district is
about 20,000. The first grain was sent
out of the country three years ago, and
consisted of less than one thousand
bushels. Last year nine million bushels
were produced from about a quarter
million aires, the average wheat yield
being t...rty-five bushels to the acre, or
nearly double the average of other
portions of Alberta. The land is also
well adapted for the raising of Stock of
all kinds, particularly hogs.
lt is reasonable to suppose that if
250,000 acres are now producing 0,000,-
000 bushels of grain, that within a very
few years there will be 10,000,000 iuiu-*
producing 860,000,000 bushels of grain,
ur roughly 10,000,0110 tons.
WHY PAY RENT?
Why pay rent when you can
own your own home? We have
a few lots that we would build on
to suit purchasers t-nd sell cheap
Small cash payment and balance
li<ce rent, lt will nut cost anything to investigate. For information apply Lawrence &
Workman.
FRED  DOREY
Manager
<*<??
__U_* VI*. \_tfi.
{WALTHAM1
s&m.
LARGE   STOCK
LOW   PRICES ..
OPTICIAN
WATCHMAKER
JEWELER
HYDER, ALASKA
UB.
Salmon River
Auto Transfer
Stewart-Hyder
Stage
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
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.
A6ENT FOR PORTLAND CANAL MARITIME COMPANY
King Edward Hotel
STEWART,
B.   C.
HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING   MEN
IN   PORTLAND   CANAL   DISTRICT...
. . .YOUR   COMFORT. . .
FIRST CONSIDERATION
EUROPEAN   PLAN
. .$1.00 PER DAY. .
W.    H.   TOLIN,
Manager
Canadian National Railways
GRAND   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Maybee mineral claim, situate
in the Portland Canal mining division
of Cassiar district. Where located:
West bank American creek.
Take notice that I, P, S. .lack, acting
as agent lor John Wardlaw Stewart,
of the town of Stewart, B.C., Free
Miner's Certificate No. 68848C;
intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improve
ments, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 85, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
nf Improvements.
Dated this 1st day of September.
A.D. 1.21.
Steamers sailing between Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Powell
River, Ocean Falls, Swanson Bay, Prince Rupert, Anyox, Stewart
and Queen Charlotte Islands.
���SAILINGS from l'HINCE RUPERT-
THURSDAYS   AT    TWELVE   O'CLOCK,    MIDNIGHT,    FOR
SWANSON BAY, OCEAN   FALLS,   POWELL RIVER,
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
FROM   PRINCE    RUPERT    FOR   STEWART
P. M. Jan. 5, 19, Feb. 2, 16, March 2, 16, 30
Train Service:
Passenger   MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY  and SATURDAY  at _U5 a>m.
for
Smithers, Prinoe George, Edmonton and Winnipeg, making direct
connections for all points East and South.
For Atlantic Steamship sailings or further information, apply to
any Grand Trunk Paciric Agent, or to G. A. McNicholl,  Assstant
General Freight and Passenger Agent, Prince Rupert, B. C.
News, $5 Year TORTUS  CA��AL  ��BW..   miB   * C.,   �������*,   M-*  �����   "
BRITISH COLUMBIA
4*
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. 46.637.22H;
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, 1906-1910, $125,-
534,474; for five years, 1911-1915, $142,072,603; 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 fhe 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 Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may
toe obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia
HIGH   GRADE   EXTRACTS
Last year the crops of Canada
were worth $1,017,675,400.
New Westminster has a water
famine, but booze is plentiful.
The total turnover of the Cow-
ichan creamery last year was
$396,000.
Conservatives still have a majority���in the old man's home���
the senate.
Butter moving steadily.���Vic-
Fifteen years ago one bossy
supplied the residents of Prince
Rupert with milk.
The liquor control board has
reduced the price of beer, per
dozen quarts, from $4 to $3.50,
or 35 cents a bottle instead of
40 cents.
Senator Bostock may be taken
into the cabinet. At one time
Bostock owned every newspaper:
British |
, __���_!.        ^    in    the    interior    of
tona exchange.   Must be pretty ��� *umu*a
strong salve. _, , ....
There are   fewer  millionaires
Morning Hymn of Vancouver. today thgn before the war> saygi
Workmen: ''Now I Lay Me &n exchan?e, 0f course. Few1;
Down to,Rest. people can afford to   be million-
Mothers' pensions are now ad- aires these days,
ministered   by   the   Workmen's;    A toothed and wingless bird
| Compensation Board.
Clubs selling beer in Vancouver are having their licenses cancelled. The city is wielding the
big club.
Two thousand people are dying
everyday in the Russian famine
areas. Glad we live in British
Columbia.
Last week   the   American-Al
belonging to a period dating
back some 20,000 years, was
found, last month, near New-
Westminster.    It was dead.
An   exchange  says   it is unhealthy  to  eat  between meals.
But Russians are not going  toi
worry about that until they  get
some meals to eat between.
Prince Rupert is to have a big!
TRAPPERS!
For \four Convenience
SHUBERT
Has Opened a Depot at
VANCOUVER
-  BRITISH    COLUMBIA
y%tyyu>( /&���� says:
1 m/*\��*y ttrU   arU0*rtamt^   *
*Wfc^   ^Z^  -eV^^ft^    \*
_. f^NCE more "SHUBERT"
tl \pl  V_/ conies to the front with a
// Jkll convenience for fur shippers.
7 ^   As usual, "SHUBERT" is
looking out for your interest. f\".\\'
In order to eliminate (or you the necessity of obtaining ' i'x; \
export permit and the payment of royalty���to make it pot- W}
���ihle for you to jet "more monwy"���"quicker" for your Vj Lt
furs, "SHUBERT" haa opened ��� Fur Receiving Depot at V U:_i
Vancouver All you have to do ia PACK UP YUUR KIRS AND SHIP
THEVI TO A. B. SHUBERT, LTD., VANCOUVER, B.C Nu PERMIT
REQUIRED FOR SHIPMENTS WITHIN THE PROVINCE.
"SHUBERT" is paying extremely high prices for Muskrat,
Mink, Coyote, Foxes, Marten, Fisber and all other lawfully takenfui-heircri.
We want all the fura you can ship, but we must have then. QUICK to pi
after 'en and ahip 'em to "SHUBERT" as fast as you gel 'tm.
TODAY IS A GOOD DAY TO GIVE "SHUBERT" A TRIAL
SHIP   ALL YOUR  FURS   DIRECT TO
A,. JB . S H U B E RT>
THI lAKGtsr  HOUSE   IN  THE   WORLD   OEAUHG ��XCLUSIVtVt III
NORTH  AMERICAN   RAW   PURS
VANCOUVER        DEPT.  1X6     BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Oar-Mi
Last wees    mc    nmen ���-<���---.-���-
aska Paper Corporation   started JP0W   P��w   on  J*���ary  12.   On
Wm.   FRASER
BUILDINGCONTRACTOR
Estimates Furnished --   Work Guaranteed
STEWART, B.C.
construction    and   development
work at Shrimp bay, Alaska.
Premier Oliver and members
of the cabinet did not hold the
usual New Year's reception, but
gave the money, $500, required
for this roundup, to the rotary
club's Christmas fund.
that date a mayor and aldermen
will be elected to run that fishing
village during 1922.
Last Wednesday O. B. Gould.
M. P. (Progressive) was fined
at Regina, $150 for "drinking
liquor on a public highway."
He should have drank it on a
public platform.
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
NOTARY   PUBLIC
STEWAKT, B. C.
INSURE  YOUR   LIFE
IN CONFEDERATION FIFE ASSURANCE CO. Established 1871. Any
form   of   Policy   contract   you   want
H    W    M    ROLSTON
Agent.   -  STEWART
Comer Auto Transfer
and Jitney Service ....
BETWEEN STEWART
AND HYDER
Garage Corner Sixth and Conway
Stand at Stewart Hotel
DAY   AND   NIGHT
H. COMER.  Manager
Tel. 2 long   1 short
ALL   THE   COMFORTS   OF   A   HOME
ARE   TO   BE   HAD   AT   THE
HOTEL  STEWART
W.    DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms Comfortably Furnis
Drying Room       Dining Room
RATES,       $1 00      A      DAY
Bath
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
HYDER,  ALASKA
M. R. JAMIESON,   Prop.
GATEWAY   TO SALMON    RIV.R
NOW   ON   SALE   AT   GOVERNMENT   VENDOR'S
STORE   IN   STEWART,   B. C.
Cascade Beer
"The tBeer   Without a Peer"
This is the *aum*t u .ality Beer we brewed in pre-war days, and is the finest Beer on
the market today. DO NOT ACCEPT ANY SUBSTITUTE
GUARANTEED NOT LESS THAN 8 PER CENT PROOF SPIRIT
Insist on Having CASCADE BEER
"THE   BEEK   WITHOUT   A   PEEK"
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Gray   Copper,   Gray   Copper   No.   I
mineral claims, situate in the Portland
Canal     miriing   division     of    Caspar
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. 46H20C, ol
Stewart, B. C, for myself, anu acting
as agent for Georginir Barbara (Mark,
Free Miners' Certificate No. 53719C,
Josepe A. Sayward, Free Miners' Certificate No. 5I1720C, and Aaron Gon-
nason, Free Miner*' Certificate, No.
5377J-C, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose qf obtaining
a Crown   Grant ai   the  above claim.
Ana further take notice that action,
under section K6, must be commenced
before the ssuanee ol su"h Certificate
of Improvements. $
Dated this twenty e ^hth day of
September, A.D. 1921. 19
CRAWFORD    TRANSFER
FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK    HORSES-
WOOD    AND    COAL
STEWART. B. C.
W.   J.   CRAWF MD,   ���    ������
Stewart Hand Laundry
SILK WORK
A SPECIALTY
Fifth Street      Mr3. Harris
MINERA!
Certificate of
NO'l
ACT.
II i
Vancouver Breweries, Limited
U     PAUtfll    n.at>ih.if.ir
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
"Northern Light No. 1," "Northern
Light No. 2," "Northern Light No.3,"
���'Northern Light No. 4," ''Northern
Light No. 5," "Northern Light No. 6,"
"Northern Light No. 7," "Northern
Light No. 8," "Northern Light Fraction," Northern Light No. 1 Fraction,"
"Woodbine," "Woodbine Fraction,"
"Kitchener," "I��osur," mineralclaims,
situated in the Portland Canal Mining
Division of Cassiar district
Where located: On east fork Cascade
creek, Salmon siver valley.
TAKE NOTICE that I, P. S. Jack,
of Stewart. B, 0., acting an agent
for Charles Hunting, Free Miners' Certificate No. iflMfiG; William Bunting,
I ne Miners' Ct rtiiieete No 4iiK7r>C,
t'buries Henry I.ake, Free Minera' ��'er-
tilicato No. HiHtoC; David O'Leery,
Free Miners' Certificate No. 4~y44( ;
John Hovland, Free Miners'Certificate
No. 4��870C, i nl ei wi��, sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply bo the Mining
Recorder for a �� ertifleote of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining h
('rown Grant of the above claims.
And further lake notice that   action
under section HK, must  l>��  Mimfl-Niced
before the issuance of  such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 13th day of July, A.D.,
"-"��� '"
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvementa.
NOTICE.
Polybacite Fractional and  Ag   Fractional  mineral  claims,, situate   in   the
Portland ( anal mining divi. on of   ' U
siar district.  Where located:  On southeast slope of Mount Dilworih.
lake notice that Dalby H. Morkill, of
Stewart, B.C., acting as agent for silver C est Mines, Limited, N.P. L., Fre*
Miner's Certificate No. E0614C, intend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a I'er
tificate of Improvements, for the pur-
po:,e of obtaining a �� rown Grant uf the
above cleims. And further lake notice
that action, under section H5, must be
commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements
Dated    this   loth    day   of    August,
A.D.1921. 12
"Bonndary,"
"Gru betake,"
tional   Fraction,
mineralclaims,
Canal    mining    divi-i
district.
Where located:
creek, Sain   n Rivei
Take   notice
'
���jroui
.     ..,
ist fork I
llcv,        .
lit*
���nt
creel-:,  n-'"'""  ���"* [)    g
Take   notice
of Stewart, B.C.,
Amosi;. rr-tes,   l
4,ate   No.   I631K
FrreNLw:      ��
R, Wilson, Fro
UB12C, and Patrul
Certificate   No.   ���������
I'm
intend.
 |r..>.t  J
And furtherJjyS,
16812C, and I'ati
Certificate   No.
days from thedat
the Mining Rwo:   -   ;,'     .
Improvement*    foi  ���>���* .1     J
' taming ��  Crown
claims,
action, under -e< :
l-fore
menced   I"
Certificate ol Imp'
Dated     U��'*
A.D. 1921.
the   i
veil
a\
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate  of  Improvement.
NOTICK
Lakefhore mineral  claim,  situate   in
the Portland Canal mining division of
('assiar   district.    Where   located;    At
head of   East   fork   of   Cascade (reek,
i Balmon i Ivar valley.
'lake notice thnt Dalit)   B. Morkill, of
Stewart, li   C,   acting   as   agent    for
, Andrew Lindeborg !��� ree Miner's!Vr iti
! cate No.    Iti'.'.U',   intent),   sixty   days
I from the date hereof,   to  apply   to tiie
'. Mining   Recorder   for   a   Certificate of
Iui|>rovemonts, for the purpose   of  obtaining   a   Clown   Grant   of the above
claim    Ami  furthei  take notice that
ie Won, uiidei section ho,   oninl be   coin
menced   before   the   it-suance  of such
Certificate of Improvements
bull   day
MINI
CtrtlftMl
NOl I1 '
Texada    Fractio
HitOH.e.n   the    I'
divUU.no!  Cassia
cSTmi
���i-  . .. ,,.!,,���,  thai I
[fl       ' ,      I!'
,1111"1"
l��
Dateti    this
of   August,
^_r
eu, nuiin         ,,
Take noticet
of -i       rt. H < ,������,,���:
freeminei    ������ '      "l'f, .���,   th
tend,     sixt)
hereof,     b
Racordei    '"'
proveiuelit.-.    I    ' ,   ���,   -
I tain
Hindi n*
uadei -���"
before m. n 4 p
ofimpn.w-n' ������' ^     ,   l
Dated ill"* |hnl

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