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PROVINCIAL LIBRARY,
*   VICTORIA, B. C
THE NEWS WILL KEEP
YOU POSTED ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OP THE
MINES���$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      INFO_M_.Ti��N
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL. 5, NO. 12
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST 10, 1923
$5  THE   YEAR
EUAN MINES
REORGANIZED
Increased Capitalization To
Provide Funds for Further Development Work
and Equipment
July Boat Arrivals
During the month of July
22 steamers discharged and
loaded cargoes at the Stewart dock. This is an enormous increase over last year
and gives a very good idea
of the growth and development in the Portland Canal
district. In addition to this,
a number of steamers tied
up to the Hyder dock, bringing the number into the Canal during the month, for
both sides ofjthe line, up to
a ship a day.
STEWART-HYDER LOCAL NEWS
Hugo Stratford, who left here!    Joe Jackson, one of thediscov-
l some time ago for Smithers,   re- erers of the ore deposits on Texas [
I turned last Saturday. creek that are creating consid-1 Material for Big Spans Is | Pushing Forward With AH
FINISH BRIDGE     ACTIVITY AT
BEFORE WINTER!    THE DUNWELL
Now Delivered and Permanent Structure To Be
Completed Soon
The   Indian   Mines   Company;
have recently   reorganized,  and j
will be known in future   as   thei
Indian Mines Incorporation Ltd.,
with an increase Ui capitalization!
to $3,000,000.   This will give the
company .a  large  development
fund, and at the same time  pro
vides    for   the  present  share
InMers   who will  receive   three'    Thos. Brooks arrived  recentlv I TT......      ~ .   n .     ,
noiuere, woo win  receive   Ulieei Utilities Co.,  arrived   Saturday
shares for everv two   thev   held  from the north,   bringing   some   . ... .    . ,      ...
b larts ior every iwu   mey   -���*--�� ��� * I from   Victoria   and   will   speflu
"ri the old comoanv i*ine  'ree g��'d specimens   from i ,    ,
Mine oiu company. * , gome weeks here.
Two reasons have induced the | *-** Property on  Wheaton   river, |    A_ & ^ consulting eng|.
Wheaton River   Free Gold
Mrs McQuade of  Victoria  ar- erable interest, left for the south j
! rived Saturday for a   visit   with Monday.
Mm and Miss Fraser. Mrs W. C. Cameron,   who en-1
|    Geo. Tite, well  known  Princ^. tered hospital Thursday suffering: |
| Rupert business man, arrived or*. from a severe attack of the "flu,' I
thoPHn-afw���   fnr  n   short' ���   ���   ��� , j     u ���        ���..4.1  i    Work on the Bear river bridge
| tne rrince George   lor   a   snou 1S today reported as being a tittle I
business visit. j better. | is progressing satisfactorily.    A
Mrs Jasmer,   who   has   been;    q   p    3   Turner    consulting!temporary span, made necessary
! vi��itii_ her daughter, MrsHa^ry engineer for the Indian and Mo-!'-y the high water taking out a
Hicks, of Hyder, B. C,   left  on bi,e mining compariieS( aeturned part of the old structure.     El-
the Prince George   Saturday for. lagt   Satupday   from   the   east jstrom & Co. have finished their
wh re he has been   on   company | contract   for   the   rock  fiU)   in
business.
Possible Dispatch Every
Branch Connected With
Development
her home in Seattle.
D. Hayes, brother   of   Harol 1
Haye?,  of  the   Stewart   Public
Work on the Dunwell mine continues to give good results. Two
shifts are now employed drifting
on the east and west vein in No.
2 tunnel, in which occurs the
high-grade shoot. The ore being
extracted by this work, showing
j argentite and   native  silver,   is
I which there has altogether been ,,   . , ��� , .    _���
T ,    XT  , ,.   .     .    . ���    ,        I being saved for future shipment.
John Nadahn has lost      large put about 11,500 yards of  rock,     Aenw of men  ���  employed
leather purse containing hu'��*" dumped  in  two   lines,   one   or. grading trail to the site  of   the
. izenship papers and bank   book,' ,ju-j      -���_ xt    o ��� ,       , .,    .
...... ,      either side of the old bridge. The mew, or No. 3 tunnel,   which  is
neither of which is ot any value: \    ,
to anyone but himself.   Will thejspace in between wiU  be  filled! being faced up, and a place gra-
finder please return to him or to | with gravel, it  being estimated | *** for the'nece^ary building,
! the News office. ' that about 8000 yards of  gravel
L >ndon Stock Exchange, a com-' of galena in  the   ore   give   the| ^"^"^ "^ "returnedl    Jas-Mowatt*   Pioneer  carpen-1 will be required for this purpose.
"���'  '       ''       ' ters of the district, returned this Slush scrapers have ordered for
management to take this action, j seven miles from Carcross. ���, ^ for ^ American Mjnin,r
One is that in order to comply j characteristic feature of that I and Mi|Ii_B ^^ mnd who is hiri.
with   the   rules   governing  thej action, he say,, is   that  specks j 8elf operaUn|t the Virginia. Ala��-
p:my must have its  stock   fllny | surest sign of high gold   vaiuee 1"^ ^^^^
be   traded 1 although the gold   13   free   and1
This tunnel will have a vertical
depth   of 184 feet    below   the
No. 2, which is vertically 91 feet
^_    ^_ .       ^_ ,       I below No. 1. It is estimated that
paid up before it can   be   traded .a'tnougn me gom   is   nee   aim week from  Sydney Inlet where) use in   borrowing   gravel   from tnig Nq  3tunne*   wi*-   giye
in.   The other is   that  by  such j scattered    through    the   white     William Hamilton,   locator of the Tidewater Copper Co.  have the river bed, and wHl be hauled pt.oximately 50Q.feetof backs.
reorganization the company   will Quarts.    Silver values are negli-; numerous   properties   including had him on  construction   work;by cable from the pile driver,
have a large   block   of treasury
stock  that  will   furnish   ample
^_ , ^_ _ Another gang is rushing  the
ble.    The Wheaton river section1, the Spider, and one of  Portland  for some time.    He was sent for j    P.    McMasters.    government i elea__ta of th    ' ht   f f
i3 comparable to  Bear   river  in j Canal's oldtime prospectors,  ex- bv the Dunwell management  to; bridg'e foreman,   is expected   to ].,      .- .      ..       .       ,
_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^H Lilt   UIi   1 'i f ���'���    iii 6     iOi      ii,i'     o  iii-
working capital for complete de-  that it was once overboomed and,1 perienced    a    slight    paralytic reconstruct the flume for   power; arrive from the south shortly  to|pressor and expects to befinisb-
velopment of the mine   and   for | then knocked.     Indications  are Stroke while sitting on the Ho-| purposes. I take charge of the construction 1 ed ^.^  fhe nex[   ffiw   dflyp<
Al! the pipe is now   at the foot
the construction of a mill,  tram-i now that is ia about i0   recover;tei King Edward   veranda  last
from the black eye given it some i Monday evening.      He   is   now
ways, and other facilities for the
Public Engineer J. A. Stephen !ofthe two   150 ft.  Howe   Truss!
extraction, treatment and  ship-i years ago, just as Bear   river is j confined to his home,   and under
merit of ore.
recovering.
the    doctor's   care   is   showing
signs of improvement.
The present plan   of   develop-,
mint by the  extension  of the,George Chapman Drowned!    E R Workman and Ben Law.
tunnels is being continued  with ! rence left on a business trip last
gratifying results in opening up     The many friends  of  George! gy ^.^  the   former t0
new ore; in fact tha   last   shoo   Chapman formerly   residing  ��'! Vancouverand the ,atter t0  Rll.
'<��� tuntered in   the exiensi >o of ! the Lardeau and Arrowhead and
1 ie upper tunnel is of better
quality than anything hitherto
opened up on that level. The
lower tunnel is producing very
satisfactory results, and the ore
is of even better grade than that
found above.    Diamond  drilling
now located here, will regret to
learn of his death, at Arrowhead
by accidental drowning, July 13.
Deceased was a half-brother
of Jack Harklev. one of Stewart's pioneers. He was the first
while pupil to attend   school   in |"
pert. While away both will be
occupied on business in connection with the International Electric Co., it being Mr Workman's
intention to make final arrangements for the necessary machin
ery, which it is the intention  to
install this fall.
Will be resorted to after the var-i Calgary and the first to   matric-
ious levels   have   reached   their ulate in the high school of   that!    A. Ikeda, owner of the   Ikeda
objectives. city, at which time he   won   the j mines on the west coast of Mors.
Visiting engineers   who   have
a ���! 11 over the   property   during
Governor General's   gold  medal l hey Island, was in camp   dining
for proficiency,   lie served four tha stay of the Prince John   as!
th     summer,   expressed   them- j f***s overseas W ith  the   Koote- Tuesday and gave the News "re
selves us   highly  pleased   with \**9 Battallion and was wounded ��� exhibit a  thorough  going-     r,
the development  to  date,   and twice.    1" the Battlalion he was Some yeara ago ths   Ikeda   was
wure surprised at the amount oi' known     us     "Happy-go-lucky jone of the heaviest producers of
w,..-\- .,���        r ���   ��� .l 1 Chaonie."   At the close of  the
work  acL-oiiiplislu-d   during   the!       Hl^
developflMnl peiiod.
  fcopper in British Columbia.   Mr.
war he   went   into   business   in | Ikeda says there is   lots   of   ors
Vaudeville Show
Miss Mamie Kraser, nssisted
bv her dancing pupils, the Misse*
Kariel and Edith Crawford,
H'tiy Jack, I ia Young. Phyllis
Cameron, Helen Hall and Violet
Watson, will give a vm��d*nill��
show on Saturday the lhth of
Annual, at the Hotel Stewart.
Thu prigram will be published
next week.
Arrowhead,   and   soon    became
ORS of the leading citizens.     Ho
1 wus given   a   military   funeral,
and with, the riles of the Knights
of Pythias.
Hig MitiNouri  Rumor*
While we have nothing authentic ibis week concerning Wu-
llig Mia* '-:' 'till it wttl niti ." 1
the iiiini..g fratcmitf of the dib*
triri to auow lhal   VSTi   I ncour-
ggnt,    ,     - of tin 'ie rslopmenl
Aiiuihitti aervicea io-i  ln-m   cn U**property h*rebee*drltI
dent Harding wtr�� l.eid  in   Hy-  ing thrOUfll I*   --'*-   I-*-*-1     ���   ���
Hub af tei noon. ur ten dayu.
and Road Superintendent Geo. spans that are to bridge the river. !Qf the hn|> flnd ag goon ag fche
Young arrived on the Cardena It is expected that this work will right of wfty jg complfcted , ipe
Monday evening to check up the I commence about the 1st of Sep-1 layjnR ^ commencei ThJ3 ,ine>
work being done in this district, tember, making necessary the when completedf win be 7500 ft.
and to lay out new work. The | doting of the bridge to horseL ���d wi��� ran fro_ the o]d
construction of a bridge over the traffic from about the 15th of Port|and Canal compressor piant
creek at tha west end of Fifth that month, until about the ^ up the hiU l0 the mine_
street, on the new road, willI��f November. A great quantity Jira Mowatt ,a in charge of
soon be undertaken. of the timber and iron fittings ����� LBOther erew of men,  repairing
now on the ground, and   every- Li,��� Au   ,. ,��� ���         .
r  n   t ,.nn loft with   his   wife    ,.             .,, i the old   flume,   and   expects   to
J. O. Ljonlett with  his   wire thing possible  will be   done  to',   , ��� -.        .   .    .             .
���, j^,,,-,.,,, !__���.   c.,f,���*f1nv fnr a ha\ e lt ready in  two  weeks,  si-
and children last   batmday tor a       h t,           k         , up-valley j m���l��mtttlum ,      -(,  f,
month's vacation.   They  intend lffic wi��� not be hfild u   *a^\m^^^-^t^ "T
visiting with Mrs Lyon's parents, i than is ab,olutt,y necessary.        \ t^T' hT
who have a   rsnch   at   Pavillionl increased   camp   accommodation
Biff Ship Now On Run     ,abei��g  provide,L    The,e are
  I now 35 men employed upon   the
mountain, between Lillooet   and!
Clinton.   While Mr Lyon is away
W. T. Battersby of  Prince Ru-
The ss Mogul, recently  purch- P*-��IJ*-'*y-
pert is assuming charge   of   the aaed by the Coastwise Steamship 1   c  ,      , ,, , .,
,   ,   , , . ,,       .,    , henool Marnis  Excursion
Stewart and Hyder markets. and Barge ( O. lor an ore carrier, |
arrived in port last Friday. With      Qm hunijr(?d ^ gj
_^_^_i  . e nr��/i  1 _^_^_i
Jimmy Lydden Returns
,iiiiini 111   Jim rim  iiiiiu   .   nun , \_     ���,���_ j���, 1     ��� 1
One hundred and six members
a registered tonnage of 1826 tons    ,*  ,-,     Dun  1 1 i-     t     ���     .
Ol   the   rhiludeli'hia    leacheis
andasapacitj of 1600 tons, the V;u.;U���in AsSu,iutloni a)-tel. trav.
Jiramj Lydden, one of the first Mogul is by iar the largest ship elinf MroBi thi contineDt vi!l
pioneer prospectors of the dis- so fsr to enter Portland Canal, the aouthern statea, came north
trict, having landed al ths site She is 810 feel long, and over-
of Stewsrt in the spring of 1906, laps the wharf considerably,
has returned after an absence oi  Built in England for the   Black
several years down the coaat Of Sea trade, the was  at  ths out- They will return home over the
late he has been at Swanson Bay break of the Spanish-American j Cinid|ta   N;itu)nal   KaiUaySi
and it was oh istic of Jim
my that he made the   tiip   from
there to Stewart In   s  row boat,
there yet and thai he is figuring
on reopening the property.
J. sfcHugh. Domini in Govern*
ment engineer of the l i iheriaa
Department, * ho returned front
the south Saturday and weni in
to Inspect the work done on the
tish ladder al Mesiadin laks dona
uaderthei ip 11 Ink 1 l< '"
Wllli-Hiif.   I   ���Hid t \ei\    I f
his inati-ucii.il *, carried sdlgiMk, oneof tin   streams  Boa   legve, will take permanent com-
1 new setaining wall built topro��jJog into Bear river,  was named mand,   1      ibip  lefl   Monday
1,, t ii     Ih.-   woi ���    being   ���   iii-
piei.-d, Mr McHugh brought the
party out gad will go   te**k   10-
rnorrow.
and paid Stewart, and Hyder Alaska a visit during the stay of
the Prinee George last Saturday.
spending a day 111 Jasper   1'aik.
war, iiiii charted by tiie IS. (Jov-
srnmsnt far a naval supply ship, ri   ,u    .  ��* a �� ..
'   tin ths run to Stewart K. F  Me
and need as such until  recently, NtUfntoB|   G8--rt,   ?UHng%t
trsvslina alone, and   being  22 when she wsa sold to the present Age.,t.,, l'r,���ce k ������-,,   MCom.
daysonthe way,   He  wu the owwrs. Whi   Capt. Canterburj  VHW^ ,,.,,.I(    g _,,,,._,���
sriginal locator of the LLAH.eommtnw tip on her tirst | exprWMd than u  being
Md was also in on the first stak< tripliare.it     understood  thai disappointed,   having    brought
ing of ihe Ki'i 1 ni.     I >d.ien Caps, McNau hton,   who is on \t -*** ** graat-ootte to keep
ths ti;. n
would b .in 1   10
dog teams 1 liraos,   .
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���beaia 1  ti.inga  that
time m to  n this  trip v I ��� ��� mth  wl
long aiough to greet  a few i ith this part of the woi
after him. He stayed but a short  evening with 30OU tons  of
llllieirt,  Mini tl.. > ththillh.
Alii HA
are *��� I PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWAKT,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST 10, 1923
*
Tke Portland  Canal News
H.   W.   _.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
W. R. HULL
News Editor
I
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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,
$2.60 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.   Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising Aecepted for Fint Page
CO-OPERATION SUGGESTED
logical railway route to open up the Peace River
country.
We have before us the issue of the Portland
Canal News of June 22nd. This and subsequent
issues have awakened new interest here, in railway matters.
We believe that the interests of Stewart and
Spirit River are identical in respect to an outlet
and that we can accomplish more by working together. Your attention is called to an editorial,
copy attached, which appeared in the Edmonton
Journal recently.
This is placing matters in a true light and if
this policy of rail construction could be carried!
out it would be a blessing to the Settlers of this
country, who at present, feel that they are isolated on account of no outlet to the Pacific coast
and long distance to Eastern markets.
This letter is only preliminary, with the object of getting together and a commencement of
forging the link at both ends.
Will you kindly hand this letter to your
Board of Trade. We would like to hear from
them, with a description of Stewart and its geographical position  with Alnska ar.d other data
CAROLAN'S   GENERAL   STORE
EVERTH1NG GOOD IN MEN'S WEAR
MINING SUPPLIES
POWDER, CAPS, FUSE
HARDWARE.   Etc.,   Etc.
SALMON RIVER BANKING COMPANY
HYDER,   ALASKA
(Incorporated   Under  tho  Laws  of   Alaska)
4   PER   CENT   Paid  on  Savings   Bank   Accounts
Canadian Funds Accepted on Deposit.
Money Telegraphed to all Parts of United States
J. A. HALL, Pres.    D. LINDEBORG, Vice Pres.    IRENE HALL, Treas.
pertinent to railway matters.   Attached is a pic-
THE following letter addressed to thejtnre p0StaI of Spirit River> taken some yearB ag0>
a typical prairie Village and the hub of the Peace
River country."
THIS letter is the second encouraging-
result of the series of articles carried in
these columns a short time ago advocating
Stewart as the natural port for the Peace
River country.
Portland Canal News was received last
mail from the Board of Trade of Spirit
River, Alberta, under date of July 26th:
"This letter may act as a, 'let us say,' sort
of introduction between Spirit River, Alta., the
Peace River terminal, and Stewart, B. C, the Pacific Coast terminal, of the most direct and most
^ZZ^_^2^2X^HI
GOOD MONEY IN GOOD FARMING
Let's Get to Work, and
Of f the Mortgage"
Pay
INE years ago Canada's national debt was about one-
third of a billion. It is more
than two and one-third billions
today.
Our debts have greatly increased��� our revenues must
also go up. The farmer has to
bear his share of the increased
burden. That means he must
increase his revenue.
Complaint has been heard
that farmers under present
conditions in Canada cannot
make farming pay. And yet
many thousands of Canadian
farmers do make it pay.
How Is It Done?
Patient and industrious " carry
on" will do wonders, but something more is needed. Too often
"patient industry" is coupled with
"dull persistance" in poorly
thought out methods.
Farmers today more than ever,
must plan ahead, ?s well as "plug
along"; indeed they have no option, if they wish to succeed.
Co-ordination of head and hand
will mean real success. Farming
in Canada has paid and pays now
on many farms. It can be made to
pay on almost every farm. Canadian agriculture has passed through
low profit-making eras successfully in the past and can do so
again.
m
Crop Returns Should Ue lncreaaed
On the Central Experimental Farm at
Ottawa some crop costs and crop profits
in 1922 as contrasted with all-Ontario
average crop costs and crop profits are
given below. The all-Outaiio figures are
in brackets:
Cost per acre Prctt per acre
Hay $21.13 ($13.i0) 111.21 ($5.09)
Corn for
Forage $47.50 ($33.75)      $10.38 ($2.86)
Oats      $26.47  t$19.-2)      $ 7 33 (    .04)
Hlnllar rcaull. can b�� .liewa from A,. lloa-lniua
t'l'M-flmtnUI   t'm:tii. in  every  -.fuviiue.
Experimental   Farm   crops   ar*
sometimes claimed to be produced
at too kicdt cost    Thrrmem
experiments,  however,   slow  that
ed   rrappir.g   costs   ���
applied up to a reasonable point
aiwayk uu-rvai>c MOS I'to&U.   '1 hia
is true on the Kxpeilmcntal Firm
r- and oa any ar.d every farm.
With the increased cost of production, the higher standards cf
living now prevailing cannot be
maintained by poor farm management, " boarder" milkers, scrub
beeves, poor quality hogs or non-
profitable hens.
That even under present conditions profits may be made is testified by many skilful, observant and
non-plunging farmers, who believe
more in the policy of "slow but
sure" and "pay as you go" rather
than speed, with excessive borrowing and the often consequent
disaster.
The results on our Experimental
Farms also bear testimony to the
value   of  thorough,  skilful   work.
The Farmer Must
Manufacture
But crops alone are not enough.
The farmer must change his crops
into less bulky and more high-
priced products���milk, pork, beef,
mutton, poultry, etc.
With fair yielding cows dairying
shows good profits in Canada. The
average cow has increased her
yield 25% in the last ten years.
She can quite readily go up another 25% and more, and there's
where the profit lies. Better feeding, better selection and better
breeding will do the jol>���feed,
weed, breed.
To do better feeding means
better pastures and more generous
supplies of palatable roughage.
Short rations including clover and
ensilage crops (corn, sunflower,
pea and oat, etc.) will provide feed
in abundance for both summer and
winter. The experiments and investigations which the Dominion
Department of Agriculture have
carried on prove that farming
scientifically and systematically
undertaken will pay profits. The
records und particulars of such
work in every province are available to the Canadian farmer.
Ar* tm arewlna rraln, w producing
eeed or mtattttam in fruit? Wc r-.m
tl.t rou Inlion-atiun Ihat will li.lp yum.
Uu you bleed Ii>e alack '! Arc >uu kecp-
iiik ili.ii> tattle? Am ou inlcrnlxl In
puu..i > ur L, .o 1 Aak Ha Ifr iufurwa-
tioii.   Wa hav* eaat* lltat will h-iu >��� u.
Wa ha���� puhll.h-a and ha.c fin free
<UittritHilu.il j'.u different re'.urta Sul-
1.1m> and i.irc-.taia dcallu-; hIiIi majt.re
of tnivrol |u , ���u Ait for what vu*
Haul, mt toi  a It.I ul ami iiuiai.oAo...
We shall have something more
to aav later Meantime write tha
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, about your problems.
Have Faith in Canada
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
GIANT    EXPLOSIVES
FOR   METAL   MINING
The use of the right grade assures better work and outs the
cost of mining.
Giant Powder Company of Canada, Limited
602 Hastings Street West, VANCOUVER,  13.C
-Exchange Grill-
J. P. Hawkinson, Prop.
Restaurants may come and restaurants may go
But we go on forever
Still selling the Large Loaf for 20c.
Sole agent for Purity Flour.
Drop in and see "Jake."
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
GUARDIAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. QUBBN FIRE INSURANCE CO
NATIONAL FIRE  INSURANCE  CO.
NORTHERN     FIRE    INSURANCE     CO.
BRITISH   CROWN   ASSURANCE   CORPORATION   (FIRE)
CONFEDERATION     LIFE    INSURANCE    CO.
PACIFIC   .MARINE   INSURANCE CO
GLOBE   INDEMNITY   CO..    FOB   SICK   OR   ACCIDENT.
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON -:- AGENT
Auikvi.-td foi i/ulmml'' ii by Ow
Dominion Dcpaitmem of Agriculture
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LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
Agents for Barton's Circle VV Smoked Meats
Try our Pickled H*-<-f and Pork
Mixed   Sweet   Pickles    S���icrknt..t,   I)i||8   and   Mince Meit
always on hand.      t) .ality our motto.
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owneri,
of STEWAKT TOWNSITE . .
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STEWART LAND CO., 1TB.
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B* C. Land Surv,.^
STEWART, l;  Q
H.  E. HOOTEN
ELECTRICIAN
House Wiring Sp��m
Orders may be left with H. Zeffa,
DR. ALFRED H.  BAl9
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCI: RUPM
HELGEItSON
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A.   ANDERSON
Cobbler and Shoemaker
Stewart. B. C
DR. VV. D'ARCY CHACE
PHYSICIAN ANU SI RGE0N
At Alaska Hotel t in     raly
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DR.   C. C. CARTER
DENTIST
Hyder, Alaska.
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^ PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST 10, 1923
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.The Economy Store..
QUALITY   GROCERIES
PROVISIONS
PURE   FOOD   PRODUCTS
EVERYTHING NICE AND FRESH
L. S. WHITTAKER
New Denver
Mining Notes
IBREAD CAKE PASTRY
SPECIAL ORDERS TAKEN
ll.IGHT   LUNCHES FRESH MILK
lloE CREAM SOFT DRINKS
STEWART   BAKERY
CAMPBELL & DUKE
(By Jim Greer,   in The Leaser)
J. C. Haaa, M. E., of Spokane
was a visitor in Sandon examining some mining properties. Mr
Haas was the pioneer mining engineer of thf Boundary district,
and was interested in the Gol-
conda and Bruce groups there 27
years ago. He is one of the men
in mining who wont go crooked
and can't be bought.
R. G. McConnell, former Deputy Minister of Mines at Ottawa,
has returned to Sault Ste. Marie,
where he will complete an investigation of the adjacent area.
Proprietors
I1" NEWELL ROOMS
W.    L.    NEWELL,    Proprietor
I Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   Barber Shop in Connection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Solo Tables
Rooms, $1    PER   DAY
Reports of a rich discovery on j
the Alexander propertiesin Jackson Basin are in circulation, but
no definite information has been
obtained. Rumor reports a vein
of rich ore from 1 to 6 in. wide
uncovered on the surface for a
distance of 100 feet. This will
grow in the telling and may
reach Nelson 10 or 12 feet  wide.
ftEW EQUIPMENT
Bargain at $13,500
1���Mcintosh & Seymour Diesel Type
Oil Engine Type 3-B.24, 150 b. h. p.,
277 r.p.m.
1���Westirighouse Generator, 125 kva.
277 r.p.m., 3 phase, 60 cycle, 220 volt,
engine type.
1���Westinghouse Exciter 5 k.w.   125
volt, 1120 r.p.m.   belted, with  rails,
pulley and switchboard-mounted field
rheostat.
Usual accessories and extra  wearing
parts.    This is  new equipment���has
never been unpacked.   San Francisco
Delivery.
For additional information see
GEO. A. MOORE & CO.
212  California St.,   San Francisco,
Or office Portland Canal News.
S. E. PARKER
We have just opened our  Restaurant in  the  Northern
Rooms, Stewart, and have nftBMd ft th*
GOOD   EATS   CAFE
A name implying a reputation which yre
intend to live up to.
DAVE   JOINVILLE,
PROPRIETOR
COAL $16   PER   TON
"IT'S A BLACK BUSINESS
BUT WE TREAT YOU WHITE"
LAWRENCE & WORKMAN
OR   FRED   YOUNG
RENOVATED AND NOW OPEN  FOR BUSINESS
HYDER HOTEL E_S_
Under management MRS. DELLA LYTLE
HIGH   GRADE
WORKING   SHOES
IN    STOCK
P. PARIS,      CHRISTIE,       DAYFOOT,       LECKIE
FOR  LOGGERS,  MINERS,   PROSPECTORS
A. Shilland returned from a
trip up Four-mile. Thos. Avison
has two jigs running on the Alpha dump and has about 20 tons
of ore sacked ready for shipment.
The Kelsall lease is shipping
steadily and also carrying on development. Harry Aylwin and
Bob Harrod are getting out ore
on their lease.
Ford Sales & Service
Large Stock of FORD PARTS
Always On Hand
Repairs Quickly and Efficiently
Made
Work on the Molly Hughes is
going along steadily and the machinery troubles are apparently
over, Some very nice ore is being hoisted.
H.  ZEFFERTT
WITH   BLOCK
STEWART, B. C.
00DLE DOG CAPE
John Vallance, superintendent
ofthe American Boy at Sandon,
was in town The  winze   is
i
| down 50 feet.    The vein is about
| six feet in width   of  mill   feed,
i with packets of clean ore   in   it,
i the ore being silver-lead.
The House of Quality
The fnct that your wife knows just how to fit your  appetite  is  po
reason why lhe ibou'd spend all her days in the kitchen.     Why
not enjoy an appetizing, well balanced meal at the   POODLE DOG
fur a change?   It will persuade you to '"eat out"  more   frequently
this summer.
Special Divner  Parties Catered for  ���  Open All Night
l'HONE 1 SHORT 8 LONG JOE VINCENT, PROP.
STEWART MEAT MARKETK BS?"
Pull line of Shamrock Hams and Bacons. Sweet Pickles, Sauerkraut and Dills. Fresh Fish, Beef, Mutton, Pork, and Poultry
kept in our own cold sttrage,
P.   BURNS   &   CO.
Mining News
Of Alice Arm
P. O. Box 38, Prince Rupert, B. C.
LAND   ACT
Skeena   Land   District,   District of j
Casbiar.
Take notice that William Forrest, of
Stewart, B. C, occupation Free Miner,
intends to apply for permission to pur-1
chase the foi.owing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the j
north bank of the Bear river, about 13 I
miles from the town of Stewart and
about four miies easterly from the confluence of Bear river and American
creek; thence north 20 chains; thence
west 20 chains; thenee south 20 chains,
more or less, to the north bank of Bear
river; therce easterly following the
north bank of Bear river 20 chains,
more or less, to point of commencement.
WILLIAM  FORREST, Applicant.
Dated June 22, 1923.
WATER   NOTICE
STEWART DAIRY �� SODA FOUNTAIN
J. CAMPBELL.
PROPRIETOR
Home Made Ice Cream Fresh Milk
and   Buttermilk
-     ICE    FOR    SALE
Cream
BEAMAN BUILDING        One Door West of Grey & Wilson
Crawford   Transfer  Company
GENERAL   FREIGHTERS
J
GOOD SADDLE AND PACK HORSES
COAL POWDER
ACETYLENE WELDING      GENERAL BLACKSMITHINQ
STEWART, B. C.
HYDER, ALASKA
(Alice Arm Herald)
A shipment of seven tons of
high grade ore was made by the
Esperanza mine during the week.
The ore was taken from the tun-|
ne! above the Baldy tunnel and!
will be shipped to Trail smelter
for treatment.
We have moved into our new pivmiata  und  invite
you to call and inspect
TRY   OUR   ICE   CREAM
BK8T   ON   MARKET
STEWART NEWS COMPANY
11.   P.   QIBSON,   I'BORIKTOI
TRAVERSY   BROS.
Stewart Paint Shop Signa
Painting       Paper Hanging
A new tunnel is being started
by the Keystone Mining Co. on
the Sunset property on Round?
creek. The tunnel is 10C0 feet
lower down the hill from the old
tunnel, and a depth on the ure
will be obtained. The vain at
the tunnel is two feet wide and
will be drifted on. A new ramp
will bo built near the workings,
and the trail from the beach repaired in order to facilitate the
transportation of supplies.
.Major R. F. Criehton, supei >>-
tendtnt of   Homes! il ning
Co., spent a ���'��� '��� days in town
during iliti e/rek, Hs itated ihat
four in n a>' irkii I undef*
ground on the pron< rty In tlie
',,,. 1 turn ���., while tl bal
of the ii.�� n are <��� pairing tne
trail. As loon "��� ih" tiidtfe is
built acrub�� I luitfj   the
government   and   the   ti_ii   repaired, * ptmum nl  camp   *>d
Diversion   and Use
TAKE NOTICE that I. Robert M.
Stewart, acting as agent tor Royal
Trust Company, Belmont Building,
wh.D8e address is Belmont Building Victoria B. C. will apply for a licence to
take and use 28 feet seconds of water
out of Glacier C.-eek which flows West
and drains into Bear Kiver about three
miles from the mouth of Bear River.
The water will be diverted from the
'tream at a point about half a mile
from mouth at intake of Hume near
N. E. Cor. Lot. 405 and will be used
for Power purpose upon the mining
property described an Crown Granted
mineral claims, Little Joe, Lucky
Seven. Richard 2. Eclipse, Little Joe
Fr., Herbert, Mosquito, etc.
This notieewaa posted on the ground
on the 22nd day of June, 1928,
A copy of this notice and an application pursusanl thereto and to the
"Water Act, 1914," will be filed in thc
office of the Water Recorder at Prince
Rupert, B. C.
Objections to thi application maybe
Bled with the said Water Recorder or
with the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C,
within thirty days after the first ap-
DMraace of thia notice in a local newspaper.
Royal Ti i i( Comi u y, Applicant
I . R .ii.it M. St. wart, Agent,
The data of the firal publication of
this notice is June 29. 1928.
The only first-class and up to date hotel in the Portland
Canal district
Hotel King Edward
STEWART,   -   B.  C.
Running Hot and Cold Water.     Baths.      All the conveniences of the city.    Dining Room in connection
European plan $1 per day and up
W.    H.    TOLIN,        -       -       Manager
OTTAWA   UUILU1N1J
FOURTH STKKKT> ^u��--
LIGHT
POWER       TELEPHONE
WATER
Storage Uattcriea Charged
Wiring,   Plumbing
Stewart Public Utilities Co.
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A1T1.1 1
HYDER, B.C.
Lots  tor   Sale
Appl)
Williams. :.        I, QonsaLM
A Tayi nh    lidinsttti'b ���
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IS IT WORTH WHILE
Keeping timber for B.C. Industries?
Keeping alive a prosperous payroll?
Keeping fur and feather in B.C.?
Keeping timber for manufacture?
Keeping a green forest for posterity?
Then���
Prevent Forest Fires
IT   PAYS PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS.   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST 10, 1923
WE SUPPLY A     .
LONG FELT WANT
Buildinjr Supplies of all kinds. Doors, Windows,
Glass, Finished Lumber, Hinges, Locks. Paper.
Nails, Cement, Brick, Paints, Varnishes. See our
BRICK VENEER before you build. Orders
taken for MINING SUPPLIES in any quantity.
D.  W.  McLEMAN   ....
Ryan Building, - STEWART
OCEAN   VIEW HOTEL, Limited
HYDER -��� B.  C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
All Modern Conveniences���Baths, Electric Light
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos, Peterson Pipes
BALL AND BANQUET ROOM IN CONNECTION
Catering to Large and Small Parties.
MRS. FLORENCE SMITH, Manager Tel.-l Long
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
Hotel Stewart
W.   DANN,   Proprietor
Steam Heated Rooms      Comfortably Furnished      Baths
Drying Room       Dining Room
FIFTH   STREET STEWART
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $76,542,203*
Lode Gold, $109,647,661; Silver. $59,814;266, Lead. $51,810,891 ;
Copper, $170,723,242; Zinc, $24,625,839; Coal and Coke. $238.-
289,565; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $36,605,942; Miscellaneous
inerals, $1,358,839; making its Mineral Production to the end of
1922 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF ��734,259,619
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in tin** Provinoe
is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show tho value
of production for successive five-year periods: For all years to 1805,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1896-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,509,968;]for five years, 1906-1910, $125.-
534,474; for five years, 1911-1915, 8142,072,603; for five years,
1915-1920, $189,922,725; 1921. $28,066,641: for the year 1922,
$35,158,843.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $339,280,940
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; SoO.Ofio
siuiare miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are ouen fur prospecting.
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees
lower than those of any either Province in the Dominion, or any
Colony in the British F.mpire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fee*. ���
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
\>e obtained gratis by addressing
TUF. BON. THE MINISTER OF MINES. Victoria, British Columbia.
Harry Hicks went south on a
busihess frip Monday evening.
G. Baker was among the incoming passengers on the Cardena Monday.
Miss Guthrie of Montreal, who
has been visiting her sister, Mrs
Fred Young, left for her home
Monday evening.
Hugh B. McGuire left for the
south on the Cardena. He ex-
p�� :ts to be away for a week or
ten days on mining business.
Miss Irene Craig of Victoria,
who has been spending several
weeks in Stewart as the guest of
Miss Ida Watson, returned routh
last Saturday.
Walter Broad, landing waiter
for the Stewart dock, returned
on the Cardena Monday evening
from Rupert, where he had gone
on the Prince George Saturday.
The twin-screw steamer Cardena, owned by the Union Steamship Company, arrived in port
Monday evening with 15 passengers and a large consignment of
Lawrence, the Watchmaker.
Cyril Jackson expects to leave
for the south shortly. It is possible that he will be away for
several weeks.
Dr. H. A. Whillans, physician
and surgeon; consultations at office of Stewart General Hospital.
10 to 11 a.m., and by appointment. ���
GROCERIES
JOHN  WANDER
BARHER
Hotel King Edward,   Stewart
G. C. ANDREW
Custom House Broker
Stenographer
News Block, Stewart, B. C.
We aim to supply your every need for the
Mine, Camp or Home. The best assortment
of new stock in the Portland Canal. Any.
thing not in stock we will order for you.
See our newly arrived assortment of
TENTS
EDGAR PROV1NSE
HYDER, ALASKA
HARDWARE
FURNITURI
Coast   Steamship   Sailings
PRINCE   RUPERT
PRINCE   GEORGE
PRINCE   JOHN
freight.
William Vaughn, freight and
passenger agent for the Union
Steamship Company, was in
Stewart during the stay of the
company's ship, the Cardena,
Monday evening.
S. C. Batp, an English mining
engineer who is associated in
this camp with the operations of
H. S. Denny, left for the south
Monday evening on his way to
London, England.
��� The Prince John arrived in
port Tuesday evening with several passengers and considerable
freight, among which was 12,500
feet of lumber for the Dunwell
mine, to be used in the construction of the flume for power purposes.
Mrs H. A. Guess and son of
New York City arrived on the
Cardena Monday evening and
left immediately for the Premier
mine where they will await the
arrival of Mr Guess, chief operating engineer for the American
Smelting and Refining Co., who
is now at Dome mountain, near
Smithers.
J. M. lies, one of the directors;
of the Nigerian Tin Corporation,
and associated with a powerful
London mining group in mining
in Australia and other parts of
the world, arrived in Stewart on
the Prince George Saturday, and
after feeling the pulse of the
camp left for the south again on
the Cardena.
PORTLAND CANAL LODGE
L. O. O. M. 1218
Meets every first and third Mondays, Stewart and Hyder.
H.
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BENNETT
AGENT   FOR
Phoenix London, Liverpool
and Globe   British American
Fire Insurance Co's.
STEWART       -       -       B. C.
TOURIST  ROOMS  NOW OPEN
An Ideal Home to bring your Mother, Sister or Wife
Special  Weekly 'Rate!*,
JACK   YOHN,   Proprietor      ....        STKWAKT,   B.C,
CRESCENT
FURNISHED   ROOMS
HYDER,   -   B. C.
RATES, $1.     H. H. HICKS, Prop.
WE WANT  .  .   .
YOUR BUSINESS
We carry an ebundant stock  of table necessities
and pure food products and we s*ek your patn i
age on a basis of absolute merit. Let us servi yi
GREY  & WILSON..
Smith Block   -   STEWART
POOL!
You can pass a pleasant hour
PLAYING POOL
at the Hotel Stewart
Cigar Stand In Connection
PROGRESSIVENESS
IS THE POLICY. . .
of this Drug Store. You will
find here everything one would
expect in a City Pharmacy.
Our Prescription Department
is at your service.
PERFU.MES
LATEST   ODORS
Stewart Drug Store
UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF 8. C,
t. s. s. CARDENA sails prom STKWAKT
every  MONDAY at  10 p.m.   for
PRINCE RUPERT   ocean FALLS   VANCOUVER
NORTHBOUND leaves VANCOUVER TORY FRIDAY    '
"   PRINCE RUPERT   "   SUNDAY AT 8 i
fok ALICE AKM. ANYOX and STBWAR1
Excellent Paucnger Accommodation   :      Bxpreat I:
Prince Report Amnt, 2nd fire., Phoni 568
Head Offices,   Union Duck, Ft. Cirnill St..  Vancouver.   Phi
RESTAURANTS MA Y GO
BUT A RESTAURANT MAN COMES BALK
SILVER GRILL
Now under thc management of Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. LAWRENCE
<?#<��      JBWBLBB
_VU .yv.i \JK_
[WALTHAMj
AND
OPTICIAN
S. S. PRINCE RUPERT or PRINCE GEORGE
Will sail from Stewart every Saturday at 12 noon for Prince
Rupert, BwtMOfl Hay, Ocean Falls, Powell River, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle.
S. S.   PRINCE   JOHN
Will sail from Prince Kupert tm Vancouver via Queen Charlotte Island ports. .June Li, 27, July 11. 25. Aukusi 8, 22.
PtMoenger Train Service   From Prince Rupert
DAILY, EXCEPT  SUNDAY,   at  Ijr, p.m.,  FOK SMITHERS,
Prince George, Edmonton and  Winnipeg, making dimi
,'iinin-i ii"ii*> ful all points Kant snd South.
For Atlantic Steam��!up bailings orlurtli. r into*nialioti, apply to
any Canadian National Agent, m to It. F. McNaughtoti, Oiatrit
P������ei��i*r Agua, Prlnc* Rupert
"CLACIER MINING COMPANY,
LIMITED"
(Non-personal   Liability)
American    Watches   at
facturers' Price.
HYDER
Manu-
l.V KA
TAKE NOTICE that the ahove com.
pany, known also hy t!,e names "Sal
mon Hiver lilm-ier Mining Company,
Limited," and '���Hercules Mines, Lniut
ed," intends to change the name to
"HurcuhH Mines Limited, (Non personal Liability.")
V.  M.  McLeod
"Secretary, H)',i Dominion Hank
Pudding,"
Vancou��er, B. C.
7   4t
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Opjn 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (including Sunday.) MesHages
delivered in Stewart, li, C.
The Workwoman's Friend
MEALS 35c and up
A Word to the Housekeeper       Those delicious cream |i*-
and home-haked bread are again for sale.
Ideal Bath-house
International Ave., Hyder, Alaska.
Mrs. Grosbusch, Prop.
Clean Beds 50c.
JUST ARRIVED
"SILK HAT" ISrand Cocktails,
MANHATTAN,  MARTINI, Etc.
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