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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
���OU   POSTED   ON   THE
ngVELOPMBNT OF TIIE
|1NHS_-$5.00 THE YEAR.
Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
SEND THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL. 3, NO. 38
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 17   1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
ifAT ACTIVITY
BEING SHOWN
Mining in District Becoming
Very Active���Deals Pending-Oil Boom in the Naas
From all indications the Portland Canal and Naas Valley will
hi3 year witness the biggest
fining and oil movement ever
Lperienced in any one section of
Ifestem Canada.
The mining  industry   in this
lection is showing great activity.
number of deals have already
keen made, and a large number
jn in various stages of negoti-
ition, and some Almost complete,
iven to the outlining and pre-
laration of  extensive  development work.   Though no details
lVe available for publication uneven   particular   has    been
jompleted.
The wonderful record established by the Premier mine is the
primary cause of this activity,
joupled with the fact that that
ompany are known to have, and
-till to be acquiring, more ground
In the vicinity of the mine.
Apparently nothing now can
Jtnp the development of the vast
resources   of   this   dis-
meeting held for the purpose of
diseussing the matter of the incorporation of the town of
Stewart under the Village Act.
At the last general meeting of
the Citizens' Association, Secretary Rush was requested to write
for information on this act to the
newly incorporated village of
Smithers. There was delay in
receiving a reply; but now this is
to hand, and in effect refers the
people of Stewart to the British
Columbia Gazette, wherein appears the advertisement of the
incorporation of Smithers; asthis
covers some 16 pages, it is even
in this regard a very big question
that the people of Stewart will
have to decide upon. As this will
need considerable study and investigation, it is proposed that a
series of discussions be held in
order to bring out every point for
and against the idea. The first
meeting, therefore, will be held
on Wednesday, and every resident and ratepayer of the town|
should make it their business
to be  present.
HELP!   HELP!   HELP!
Stream of Ore
The ore transportation system
from the Premier mine is now
perfected, and everything running so smoothly that the tramline has had to close down for
two   or   three   days during the
TEN CENTS A MILE!
This is the modest demand of Canadian National
Railways for riding on a steamboat from Prince Rupert
to Stewart.
And a poor service at that.
FOUR   CENTS   A   MILE!
For riding out of Rupert on the railroad.
SIX TO NINETEEN DOLLARS A TON !
To carry provisions on a C. N. R. steamboat from
Rupert to Stewart, 120 miles.
SIX DOLLARS A TON
Carries goods from Vancouver to Liverpool, 10,000
miles.
Are these monstrous freight charges authorized by
C. N. R. steamship tariffs?
God knows, and perhaps God only!
Stewart doesn't know.
No copy of any steamship tariff is furnished Stewart.
Stewart pays, and signs on the dotted line.
And Stewart is the British Columbia port that
shipped a million dollars worth of gold and silver ore
last year, and will ship several times that amount .this
year.
Are you charged too much? Are your goods delayed,
miscarried, damaged, lost ?
Just file a claim with the C.N.R. claims department.
In two or three years you may get a settlement.
But probably you will NOT.
Meantime the hold up is passed along to the consumer in* increased rates, and everybody damns public
ownership.
Government ownership is no doubt a failure.
And would appear to be in the hands of its enemies.
But now the party of Laurier has succeeded to control of the government transportation system.
Will they keep the black flag at the masthead and
mneral ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Irict, and every section of it will
Ihis vear be active. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Another field of activity which|0re has been coming tJown faste!| continue to prey upon pioneer industry ?
I attracting considerable  inter-
1st, is that of oil in the Naas.
his has been a more recent development, and appears to have
Keep on tap St. Patrick's day
���best dance of the season,
H. P. Gibson and W. J. Crawford paid a visit to the Premier
mine this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tipping came
down from the Premier to take
in the masquerade ball in Hyder.
According to a letter received
recently in Stewart. Will Jancowski is in the hospital in
Vancouver.
Work on the new Bank of
Montreal building on Fifth street
is well under way despite the
recent cold weather.
Ole Olson, Eli Watland and
Charlie Lund have secured the
contract of getting out the piles
for the extension of the Stewart
dock.
Four steamers have and are
due to arrive in Stewart this
week. The tug Tartar on Tuesday,-Amur on Wednesday, and
the Prince John and Anyox still
to arrive.
Blackie Irwin, who has been
cooking at the Premier 13-Mile
camp, came into town on Tuesday evening. Blackie intends to
do considerable development
work on hi3 mining claims this
season.
Martin Smith, who has been in
I more or loss bad health for a
number of months, had a relapse
during the week end, and went
into the hospital, Tuesday, but
was sufficiently recovered to come
out again, Thursday.
H. S. Collin, who has been em-
BITTER CREEK
LOOKING GOOD
Work on the L. L. & H.
Proves Ore Body 60 Feet
Wide at Depth of 200 Feet
Bert Olson and Alex Mclnnes
came down from Bitter Creek
early in the week and report that
Jack Harkley's property, the
L. L. & H., is looking very good.
The tunnel has been extended
about 15 feet, and is still in ore,
kf
with no sign yet of the footwall.
With the work that Charlie Tubman did in 1920, the new work
on the second lead so far has
proven it to be about 60 feet
wide, carrying good gold and
silver values all the way.
Mr. Tubman, when he stopped
work, thought that he was
through the lead, but this year's
work has shown that he stopped
in a filling, for the first shot put
in broke through into the ore
again.
Harkley expects to be down
about the end of the month, and
will bring with him a number of
samples.
After assisting Harkley for
some time, Bert Olson extended
a crosscut tunnel on his Old
Chum group; with  very promis-
week, owing to the fact that the
^^^^^^^^^^^    'cont	
than steamers could take it away j       Or will they foster pioneer industry with moderate
from the bunkers.   Prim- to this: rates and efficient service ?
shut down of  the  tram,   it  had
been operating 16 hours a day, in
|tarted since last fall, when
ames Anderson, J. J. Coughlan,
toward Cameron and associates
1 faked something over 100 oil
pes in and ar u; d Terrac���-.
pee then three other combina-
dm of capital huv-- requin d
Biding, in the territory, one of
pichisatthe moment staking
V the lower Naas. lt is re-
arted also that the Imperial Oil
tompany will this summt r have
I" oil ��plo ation and location
|��"*> in the Naas.
th1 Anderso i-Coughlan-Cam-
lron interests have already com
(lenced the construction of their
���wips. and have an oil drill on
addition to this the tractors were,
and still are bringing concentrates down over the road. A
steady stream of ore is now
going south. On Tuesday the
tug Tartar took 600 tons of ore
in a scow to Anyox, and left a
similar **i���ed scow here to be lillt d
in her absence. Un Wednesday I Premier mine, attended the dance
the freighter Amur arrived with in Hyder, Tuesday night,
a large consignment of freight Bert Olson and Alex Mclnnes
for the mine and left yesterday j expect to leave for the Naas on a
with 900 tons of ore and con-1trapping trip about the end of
centrales, and will make a nonstop run to Tacoma.    In addition
SHOW   US!
STEWART  CITIZENS'  ASSOCIATION
Remember St. Patrick's dance.
Mr.   and   Mrs. Foster   of the
the week.       ^^^^^^^^^^^
Messrs Scovil, Reid and Jack-
______________________________________     son, Hie   luehih  street   triplet*.
to  this  the  s.s.   Anyox -��� ex'| have been busy for some time on
a logging contract.
'   "ohn    Collins   in
peeled in aboul the  end   of   thei
1 a H
Mrs. W. Bunting of Hyder was
a week end visitor to Stewart.
With spring weather just
around the corner, prospectors
are getting everything in readiness to take to the hills.
Lawrence & Workman are busy
at their mill getting out 35,000
feet of lumber for the Premier
mine. Most of this has already
been cut and delivered.
Harry   Zeffert   expects   to go
south on the John this week on a
buaineaa trip to Vancouver.
When lie comes back he will
bring with him a large assortment of new clothing for his
ip to-dau- store,
K. B. Matter, traveling auditor
for the Liquor Control board, arrived in Stewart, Wednesday, to
go over the books ol the local
liquor store,   He will spend sev>
  eral days in Stewart, and will go
 A88m.i   menu is that the majority so far Ij^gVpaiace.    a square eountei  from htrt to Victoria on the John.
t*** '-an a public mac-ling at have been high grade, and that | hli taken the   place of  the ex
*���*'   We Inesday   evening
sH I ��� Newell buildM
matting win  be entirely! around $60 per too, a ^mfor table rest room bae been
m '"��" the CitiMM-   Assoc added to the back where p.lgrii.
,0n��-n.i Aili havenoUiinu what- <"' *> ll"' ( a'"'"b' *MOC,,t,on  may Hit il
'"Mo* ith that or��a..i.a. danc.lon._ht.  Newell  building, | joy   asmoke
1 ���UI be H strictly  public and have a good t��-*-J-
we >k and will take approximately      ************  - ^^^^^^^^
1600 tons of ore and concentrates gt_wtrt KOt an awful bump lasl
������-'." .when will commence ^^.^   The Premier has WPC.k.   Reports from the south
^      '      ^   .    .        .        tinned  from   the   tirst   of   the state that the frost  has   injured
xcellt-n
md th
:oo<- Crude  petroleum  seepages
H nali��*d gus.
claimed that they  have "^^p^i^tely 600o|thelemoncrop.
���nt geological   conditions.,.                                         ,                     Sali.   Knit( . M.chin.. with.
-ttheraarein the district l,ma -  '"* '  ,       .   .,* ������.������,��� ,<���    ''    ���* *-*'> sl 	
and concentrates.    In addition 10|; ������..___ m>
ployed   as   a  shift boss in  the in�� results.
cyanide   plant   at   the   Premier!    Time   did   not permit of any
mine for the p/st five months, is I work   being  done on  Mclnnes'
staying   at   the   King   Edward group, the St. Elma.
hotel, awaiting the arrival of the 	
John,  when  he intends going       Silverado Shipment
down to the Nickle Plate mineat! ,    ., ,. ,
Hedley, which is being reopened, j An incident which caused con-
! He is going back to his old po-1 siderable interest in town this
; sition in the cyanide plant. j week, was that of the first ship-
The buys deny the story that!ment of ore from  the Silverado
they   evacuated    Fort  Stewart,  going through town,   for   ship-
.stating thai the heavy bombard- j ment on the Amur.    While only
ment by the girls' artillery had Lgbt tone of sacked  high grade
no  effect  on   the   fort   or   thej were shipped QUt> it was the first
.holders.    I his is alright from the i   , .        .   .   ., ,  ,
, ���  ,   i   . ,,    , t    .        ot a series of similar and larger
bovs viewpoint; but the latest re-1 6
I ports state the girls are still  in -shipments to come. The Silver-
I possession of the  fort,   and  the ado being the   lirst shipper  on
boys have not the vim,  vigor or | the Bear river,   its progresa   is
push to try and recapture it.        * ()emg watched with great satis-
,,   ,   ���._~ , faction by every property holder
Hyder Masquerade ,    ,. ...
1 in that valley, as well as  by the
The masquerade ball in  Hyder, peoplt. _�� gt_wart
on the 11th wus a huge success, i
Several people came down from Metal Market
< the Premfrr mine and a number , ha mela| market thia week ia
' went over from Stewart.    In all steany, according to   latest   ad-
li;,r)   people   were   present,   and vices;    Silver,   00_;   copper,   13.
dancing was kept up until 5 a.m. t0 14^ k'ad- 4-7u  t0  4-8��: -***��
Incorporation
����8tewart Citizens'
this there have been several shipments of precipitates.   An inter-
In addition to|"fe
News > .mpmil
During the pasl
week McEwei
* Macdonal I hive made   several
eating feature ot tha ore Bm>|cj,Mges in their soft drink and
.-��  have been high grade,   ami   wmi i has taken M-    I	
_; U��U--��tor��tA.7....v.rM��l^b^   ,.,��� ,..
next da) Mrs. 0. F. Hill and
(ieorge Mehlfield won first prize
for the best group. Best sus-
tained lady was won by Miss A.
Baynton, as "Miss 1 Manna Snowball;" best sustained  gentleman
4.50 to 4.35.
���Ml
, | . chair and en
while  leading thi
lateat mag--i*'es and newepap<
During the past   week   several
i ah hound.** have baen  added   to
Stewart's large ami everinertaa*
ng K-ti industry   Hall the purp*
to nut own a meal ticket, lt
Stewart wa.-. Incorporated hare ia
oi i f iiiuM 11 >  ihat would ft nance
lie tow n.
Eli Watland, Charles I.und and
Ole Olson, the whole population
Of the Marmot, migrated to
Stewart   on Wednesday and will
was Coins Legge. as a "Colored  remain fur a day ur two.
Gentleman;" Mra,   W.   L   Balch      The s.s. Amur, upon   her   ar-
aa "Cleopatra," won tirst as the rival thia week, brought is mmmi
beat dreaeed lady; and   doe   Mc-  other things, considerable equip-
Farland as  "Concentrates, "   tin   menl fur the hospital at the Pre-
most    original   mute   coatume, miei mine, such as an op-rating
William Cameron  frank Bowler table, etc.   [tie tha intention ed
and J. P  Scarlett vm ably sup the   eompanv   to ha\    an up-lo-
plied   ih<-   music,     An   excellent dale hospital capable   ol  dealing
suppai was served al midnight with any emergency   thai  ma>
bj the Silver Grill. preaant it.eii.
P PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY   17,   1922
The  Portland  Canal  News
THE   PROGRESSIVE   PARTY
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
Advertising   Rates:
Display Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue.   Reading
Notices, 20 cents per line.
Special Position  Display or  Reading,   25 per cent above
ordinary rates.
Certificate of Improvement, $15 (if more than one claim,
$2.50 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.    Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising Aecepted for First Page
TRAILS
WE have advocated in these columns
in the past three issues a trail system for
the Atlin district, that will have for its
purpose the development of not only the
agricultural lands of the Naas, but also
the vast mineral resources of what is commonly called the eastern contact belt, at
present lying dormant for the want of
such a trail.
The policy of the Department of Mines,
in giving assistance in trail building, is
very good and of much assistance, but it
does not deal with such a project as suggested. After the main trunk trails, as
proposed were built, an opportunity would
then be given the Mines Department.
What is needed, and needed badly, in
this district is a system of trunk trails as
proposed.
We have heard a lot during the past
T. McBRIDE, the Progressive member-elect for the House of Commons from
Cariboo, stated recently in Prince George,
when speaking of the Provincial bye-elections, that the Progressive party will run
a candidate in every Provincial constituency that offers.
Their first contest will be in Revel-
stoke, where they will enter a candidate
to oppose Dr. Sutherland. The Conservatives will also have a candidate in the
field, thereby making a three-cornered
contest.
The outcome will be very interesting
to watch, for it is the first time that the
Progressive party have entered the British
Columbia provincial field. The snccess
which they have met with in Alberta,
Ontario, and the recent Dominion elections is, no doubt, responsible.
In Revelstoke and Omineca they
doubtless will have a hard fight on their
hands; but judging from their past records
there is, -no doubt, but that they will
have a great deal to say in the shaping of
the destinies of the Province.
BOWSERS   ERRAND   BOY
CHARLIE  CULLIN recently arrived
in the Omineca from Vancouver, for the
purpose of taking a hand in the forthcoming bye-
election. During the last Provincial election we
understand that he was in a portion of this district also, having been sent by W. J. Bowser,
chief engineer of the Conservative party, for
whom Charlie seems to be a sort of errand boy.
Mr. Bowser evidently can not have a very high
opinion of the intelligence of members of the Conservative party in the north, or he would notcon-
few years of good roads conventions and !gider it necessary to send up a flunky to tell them
trans-Pacific highways; and recently the
government appropriated $3000 for one of
these conventions in Victoria.
Good roads and Pacific highways are
very nice things, and no one can blame
the people of the south for going after
what and how to do it.
Mr. Cullin had a government job in this country prior to 1916, but lost this when the Conservative party went out of power. This country being
at war at that time, it was not good enough for
him to live in, so he went to the States. Now that
the war is over, he comes back, evidently thinking
such luxuries, for that after all is all they j it safe,  and  that he  may get <\ government job.
are,    For after they are built they do not Surely there are some real men in the Conserva-
stimulate  industry or give employment. tive Partv in the Omineca.
They possibly bring in a lot of soft tourist
money, which is dirtributed among a few; N0TE  AND  COMMENT
outside of that they do nothing.
British Columbia today is faced with a
big unemployed question, which can never
be satisfactorily answered until her natural resources are opened up���thus creating employment. One way _to facilitate
this is the construction of roads and trails
into sections of the province which are;
known to contain almost unlimited natural
resources, such as Atlin. Get these districts opened up and the unemployment
question will right itself to a great extent,
and at the same time increase the revenues
of the province; thus will the burden of the
taxpayer be lightened.
As the people of thesonth get together
and  demand  good roads; let the people
of the north, particularly Atlin, get to-j STEWART        NEWS
gether and request a comprehensive trail
system as suggested.   If you don't go after
a thing you never get it.
HOME RULE FOR STEWART.
Look ahead or you won't get ahead.
If you have half an hour to spare, don't spend
it with someone who hasn't.
On humanitarian grounds Americ. haa decided to give up playing football and get back to
the old-fashioned lynchings.
An exchange saya there are no swear words in
the Japanese language. Now, we begin to see
why the Japs are socager to learn English.
If the white races continue to make war, the
white civilization will crumble and the dark
skinned peoples will rule the world. The white
man already is outnumbered two to one.
The wood alcohol drinkers havi* old Pat Henry
beaten every way. "(Jive me peritonei liberty,"
they _ay, "and give me death."
There would be no credit in rising if the going
waa not uphill woik.
CO.
II   P. (.II.SON  Proprietor
(.anong's  and   Lowney's   Chocolates
Stationary      China      Library
All the Very Latest    Music and Recorda
Hole Agent for th^ imperial  Tobacco   t uiupany
and Canadian 8tr_.ni Laundry
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71.
Service For The Thrifty
Thrift is a habit that should be cultivated
not merely to make provision for the future, but because of a desire for advancement and full achievement, and for the
sturdy independence, the happiness and
the contentment that it brings.
The Bank of Montreal co-operates with
the thrifty by means of a Savings Department in every one of its Branches throughout Canada. In this Department a Savings Account may be started with any sum
from One Dollar upwards. Interest at
highest current rates is paid on all savings
deposits.
BANK OF MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED MORE THAN 100 YEARS
Stewart Branch: L S. WHITTAKER, Manager.
Exchange Grill
AND   MEAT   MARKET
OPEN DAYSEfi NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies, a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT-
Best Assortment
of Fresh Meats in town.    Call and inspect our Butcher
Shop.    Everything fresh but the employees.
'       J.   P.   HAWKINSON,   Proprietor
"JAKE'S   CAFE."
DALBY B. MORKin
*��"���� SURVEYOR
B" (' Li��"- Surveyor
STEV7ABT, B. C.
^ DR. ALFRED H.
Dental Sur^on,    pr*IN(
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
Agents for Barton's Circle W Smoked Meats
Try our Pickled Beef and Pork
Mixed   Sweet   Pickles,   Sauerkraut,    Dills   and   Mince Meat
always on hand.      Qiialityour motto.
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
STEWART LAND COMPANY. UNITED
Foundera and Original Ownera
of STKWART TOWN81TF-.  .
Head iihk |
101  ivinlH-rti-i, Block,     ���    VICTORIA,  It. ('.
Ileal Katate   Uaurarue   Minea   Financial Agenta
KOUEKT   M.   8TKWAKT, hUdis!
UU for sale m all part�� of town STEWART LAND CO., LTD.
Ufttaft of prupacttea for sale wanted    Fifth St, Stewart. IH!
BAYNE
<ce rlpErt
hri-<;krson   block
CLOTHIER & BAKER
ASSAYERS
Stewart.
R.   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
Hyder    ....
JOHN   HOVLAND
ASSAYER
HYDER
Alaska
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DR. VV. D'ARCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AM) SURGEON'
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PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY   17,   1922
THE HOUSE Of  BARGAINS
EVERYTHING FROM A NEEDLE
TO AN ANCHOR
ROADS AND TRAILS FOR MINERS
Department  of  Mines  at  Victoria   Making   Liberal
Appropriations for Just This Purpose
Hyder Transfer Co.
H.
STEWART   AND   HYDER
L.   REID   and   LOUIS   LEGG,   Props.
Our Groceries are Absolutely
Pure and Fresh. Will stand the
acid test. Assay 16 ounces to
the pound.   Nuf Ced
The minister of mines in his
[ report for last year states that
the policy of extending financial
assistance in the construction of
roads, trails and bridges to mines
or deserving mineral claims, has
been  continued in    accordance
with the terms of the Mines Development Act.   This has been
done where the resident mining
engineers have reported  favorably upon applications for aid.
That  this  co-operation  by the
mines department in the development of the mineral resources is
appreciated has  been indicated
in many ways, but perhaps, the
need is best shown by the number of properties,  proven  to be
of merit, that have been  helped
from the prospect stage to the
point of clear demonstration of
value by the provision of transportation facilities.     From the
date of inauguration of this policy
to March 22,  1821, there were
authorized  for expenditure  on
mines roads and trails $425,015
of which there were expended
$378,319.' Similar authorizations
from the 1st of April, 1921, to the
30th December of the year totalled   $24,561.   In  tht  course of
favorable comment on the effects
of this phase of the department's
activities a mining man of East
Kootenay observes:  "Mine trails
are the arteries through which
flows the lite of an mineralized
an   undeveloped  area.   An  old
trail full of windfalls and grown
over with  underbrush is  worse
than no trail at all,"
SADDLE   AND   PACK  HORSES
COAL   AND   WOOD
See us for Teaming Contracts      Prompt Deliveries
I
King Edward
GRILL	
Under New Management
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
Home Made Bread
and Pastry
Salmon River
Trading Coy
PLACERS  ARE  NOW   COMING  BACK
Much Interest Now Materializing in Bridge River Field
That Has Produced Great Riches
Give  us  a  trial.    If you
like us, COME AGAIN
FRED DOREY
Manager
I. N. HOGUEWOOD, Proprietor
TAXI
and
truck"
SERVICE
mNEWELL 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
CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN-BE A MAN
We can Clothe Grandfather, Father, Young Men and
Younger Young Men.   Come in and get dolled up
, In the old days on Horseshoe P. E. E. White Water, ten miles
Bend in the Bridge river district, from Bridge River, is also re-
Lillooet, miners cleaned up $700; cei\��ing much attention on ac-
a day, and a nugget was taken ; count of the reported rich finds
out there worth $728. This dis��� by a prospector, named Taylor, a
trict, until recent times, was re- j few weeks ego. Sixty locations
served for the Indians, under a have been made there since the
reserve placed in 1885, which has snow fell. Taylor's find was
been removed. The district is made in a natural dyke which
about half way between Prince j extends for 25 miles along the
George  and   Vancouver  on thej river.    He proposes drifting into
the dyke in the hope of securing
rich returgs.
From Lillooet also comes the
report that old timers there are
showing renewed activity, and
already the hills are beginning
to resound with shots of dyna-
| mite as prospectors continue their
I eternal search. The fact that
there is but little snow on the
ground is the season for the early
start. Report indicates that
there will be the biggest stampede into the Lillooet country in
its history.
STEWART PHARMACY
f.KOKGE A. FRASER
Proprietor
WANTED
Wishing a Lot in Stewart on which to
eventually build business premises, The Portland
Canal News will trade a lot in a choice residential section of Oak Bay, Victoria, for one in
Stewart. The basis of such a trade to be the
assessed valuation of the properties.
Address all communications to
PORTLAND CANAL NEWS
STEWART,    B. C
H.  ZEFFERT,
SMITH   BLOCK,        STEWART,   B.C.
NEXT DOOB HANK. OF MONTREAL
Stewart
Look at the ,���, fBrilWiCola^|c.rrWoninc��n��;c^n  wh*        ��j|
with -n unbiased ...md.    RoOHUy  Van-   already *^��*��
..���*.����� ie   NO   mite,   .rum   tl B.   f^f./Jlt  _!^n   l'"    ""
point in the Peace Kiver   country   tha.   depth o. aboU     ���*                 , _
Emsksii*-aw********** *���*���* ���* ��� :\ ZTLi, ot
which i*  the  natural  outlet  ta* th. plana to   - ���'-'"' Z	
whole northern and ******* "Uer.or. * '" ' "  "���"*_-, ��� ���
__      ,, abundance >>l natutai ,
Nearly every  -etUer   *n   the   lea., ,,,������ al ,,
Kiver   d.-tr.ct  ia   talking   oi   railway       I ���'* ****  ' d   ,,,,
communication with the coital. "      ��� .    .      mh_t.     ,     riet    i*
nopulatiull    01   tne    wi'"'<
���paaMag����� broad wn"a ll"'re a"' Iboutaoooo   Tbaftratgr- ' '
thirty-two   million.   of   ******   "'    ���'"'           (                ,,y th..-,- .. ,
l'eace Kiver.li.il nl -. I N..U.1 -.thin tlu-   ' f    |( ^    l||;i	
bounderie* of   Kmi.h  (.dumb.",   and ^    , H , y( ,���.,,,,��� ���
RMM tt.au forty million*of *****  with ,,,.,���   ;i, ,
iu the Province of Albert*, li'oxl   "I    It   * "^" ���----'   vieU
being mi.table hj-1 .cultural I""'1 '"'
mixed fanning Of ranching '" -*-���-'
tion there 1. a vast llfM "I Wtltortl and
mi- pruuu, i	
 liui  ���.*�����������   *
,,.,,-H  thirtj   ..-''--"-���"  l""-
Silver for China
Fourteen tons of silver, the
largest bullion shipment in the
history of the Cobalt, Ontario,
camp, left last week for New
York en route to China. The
NIipissing mine sent 296 bars,
containing approximately 103,000
tine ounces of the metal.
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
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Op.n 9 a.m. to 'J p.m. (including Sunday.) Meaaageg
delivered in Stewart, B. C.
Canadian Nationa
(IRANI)   TRUNK    PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
      __ ....                     _
turn there l-evasliuraid in.n.ud and ,,���,,.,     Tha land   11
umber resource., the extent "f which ia   P��^ ^ ,o| y ,   ,	
onlf ba��inuii.t4 i" i" || k               uhwi} bona
lai-nnii dipaaita l* " ..,���. u, M|M	
******    '***** -"">��������   i-"""1 .,   prudui
the  Peace   Kive.    Board    "1     >"-''' ' *���    *  ������* " "���
���ne   reai i   nivri     pu��i��    	
-ulhoilly fur the   iteteOMMlt    lhal    Ihjl
���Ml giade. i.ighei   ituut   Pennaylvama
coal.
 ""   ���""        '
iijmiw< imp-
Hi
_.��uu.tve aaplaratlon **r* la being
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate ot Im ruvemeata.
NOTICE.
May bee    minaral     claim,     situate
in Um Portland Canal mining division
of   Caisiar   district       H In h    located.
West bank American creak
Take notice that 1   i    I   lack, acting
as agent tor   John    Wa.illaw    Stewart,
nt   the town   Oi   Stewart,    B.(    .     Free
Miner's Certificate Nu Uat-C;
intend, suty dayi from tha
���late hereof, in apply to iIm Mining
K. ,i.i di i toi a Certificati ..i Improvi
maata, foi thi purpoat ol obtaining a
Crown Grant oz thi ahovi claima.
A ii-1 i ii liui taki nol ��� that w Uon.
i .i. nun r,, niuai bi ��� ontim ri ��� i
before il" "I  ��u. b Cei tificata
.���I Impi	
Iiel'il   Un.    lsl     la,    i.i      i |.Uinber.
\ U   i.i-i
Steamers sailing betwaan Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, i'owe.l
River, Ocean Falls. Swanson Bay, I'rince Rupert, Anyox, Stewart
and Quean Charlotte Islands.
BAILINGS from PRINCE RI I'l HI ���
IHIRSI.AYS   AT   TWELVE   O'CLOCK,   MIDNIGHT,    FOR
SWANSON HAY, OCEAN   FALLS,    POWELL R1VKR,
VANCOUVFK.    VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
PROM   PRINCE   RUPERT   FOR   STKWARl
P   If, Jan. ft, 19, Feb. _. 10. March _, HI. 30
I I lllll   SelS Ii r*
mm   n.\V   VVEUNE-IUA\   lad iATURUAV   *i 11.15 a.m.
for
Priaea I I1    Edmosion tad Wianipef, aiaittug d. ���
,,,1,1,., i,,,i,- im .iii puuii- I .nt aud iouth
I ut Atlantic Itaaatahip Mtil-Mi orfurther inforaaatton, apply u>
any (irami Trunk Pacific  Agant, 01 to Q, A.  McNicholl. Aa-iatant
Ganaral Fraight ami l'aa-ei.gci Agent, Priaac Rupatt, I- I
���..
"IImIIm   i PORTLAND   CANAL  NE��S.   STEWART.   B. C,   MAT.   FEBMA.T   IT.   !��*��
BRITISH COLUMBIA
0
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $75,944,203;
Lode Gold, $102,753,823; Silver. $53,668,284; Lead. 46.637,221;
Copper, $161,513,864; Zinc, $19,896,466; Coal and Coke. $212,-
573,492; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $32,168,217; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,037,408; making its_Mineral Production to the end of
1920 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $706,192,978
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Provinoe
Is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production for successive flve-yoar 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, 19061910, I$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 oth��r 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, **>-
curity of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may
\>e obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia.
GOOD INTENTIONS
CRAWFORD    TRANSFER
FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK   HORSES..
WOOD   AND   COAL
STEWART, B. C. W.   J.   CRAWFORD,  Manager
WALT MASON
I know not what my neighbors say as I pursue my plan, and
undisturbed I go my way, and do the best I can. I know that no
man is so wise, so virtuous or so grand, that he will not by carping
guys be criticised and panned. And so I strive to do what's right,
and care no whoop or hoot if what I do stirs up the spite of any
cheap galoot. I used to worry when I heard how men had roasted
me; my heart, by dire emotions stirred, was gloomy as could be;
A*
and I would sadly wonder why applause I could not gain from
Joseph Jinks or Henry Spry, or Abner P. McLane. The years slid
.by as years will slide when they're not fastened down; age came,
and I no longer tried to please the whole blamed town. Men's
words no longer jarred my nerves, I said, "I know my worth; if
other guys don't like my curves, let them fall off the earth. If I
do what is right and just, as down the world I go, it cuts no grass
if I am cussed by all the skates I know. Oh, my intentions are
the best a man can pack around, and taunt and jeer and gibe and
jest are only empty sound." I care not what my neighbors say
about the things I do, as calmly I pursue my way, with righteousness in view.     :    ::::::::;::::::;:
TRAPPERS
i
ce
1
For Yrar Conveniens
SHUBERT
Opened
Has
Dep<
VANCOUVER
���  IJRITI8H    COLUMBIA.
at
1
Lucky Bird
On a swinging bough sat a little
bird,
And he twittered away in glee,
And as I listened, the thought occurred,
What a lucky bird was he!
His gladsome song thrilled me
through and through;
But I thought to myself,   "By
jing,
Who wouldn't be happy  if he'd
nothing to do
But sit on a limb and sing?"
It is easy to find fault, because
nobody wants it.
A  corn   in the hand is worth
two on the foot.
Any man who wants but little
here below has it above the ears.
Some women think the only
way to keep a husband is in hot
water.
T-ityyasf /ic��g says:
JX*** 4-*u a^ot^ti^
miktmw\ tfm%��i* -**_y$*^
ONCE more "SHUBERT"
comes to the front with a
Jfcll convenience for fur shippers.
^   As usual, "SHUBLKT'is
looking out for your interest.
In order to eliminate for yuu tbe necetsity of obtaining
export permit and the payment of royalty���to make it pot-
.i-tle for you to get "more money"���"quicker" for your
fin, "SHUBERT" has opened ��� Fur Receiving Depot at
Vancouver All you have to do ia PACK UP YOUR Il'RS AND SHIP
THRV1 IO A. 8. SHUBERT, LTD., VANCOUVER,B.C No PERMIT
REQUIRED FOR SHIPMENTS WITHIN THE PROVINCE!.
"SHUBERT" is paying extremely high prices for Muskrat,
Mink, Coyote, Poxe��, Marten, Fisher and ail other lawfully taken lur-beiren.
We want all the furs you can (hip, but we must have tin :i i QUICK so jit
after 'em and abip 'era to "SHUBERT" ������ fast as yuu get 'em.
TODAY IS A GOOD DAY TO GIVE "SHUBERT" A TRIAL
SHIP  ALL VOUR  FURS  DIRECT TO
A. O . S H U B E RLT>o
WELARGESr  MOUSE  Iff THE  WORLD   DEALING EXCWSIVELtlM
NORTH   AMERICAN   RAW   FURS
VANCOUVER       DEPT.  119     BRITISH  COLUMBIA
OCEAN    VIEW    HOTEL
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos
Local Distributor Silver Spring Beer
Ball Room in Connection
Catering to Large and Small Parties -
WILLIAM REID TOOTH, Prop.
Tel. 5 Short
ALL   THE   COMFORTS   OF   A   HOME
*        ARE   TO   BE   HAD   AT   THE
HOTEL  STEWART
Makes Will With Card Pack
One of the oldest wills on record was that where a wealthy
woman made her will after the
following fashiqn: She took two
packs of cards. On one she
marked the names of the friends
and relatives she wished to remember. On the other she wrote
different articles of value she had
to leave. She called in her attorney and giving him one pack
of^cards told him to start playing
with them. The attorney threw
down a card and she threw down
one from ihe other pack. This
went on until every person was
remembered and the will was
drawn up so that the person remembered secured the gift that
was taken with the card on which
his name had been written.
Fastest things on earth must
be clues;   they  are  rarely run
down.
The best man and the worst
are least troubled by their consciences.
Toronto thieves who stole a
minister's silverware must have
enjoyed his service.
I
Hotel
Hyder
HYDER,  ALASKA
M. R. JAMIKSON,   Prop.
GATEWAY   TO SALMON    RIVIR
To be angry with a weak man
is to prove that you are not
strong yourself.
Steom Heated Rooms
W.    DANN,    Proprietor
Comfortably Furnished
Drying Room    -Dining Room
RATES,      $100      A      DAY
Baths
Many a man is out in the back
yard bemoaning his luck when
fortune knocks at the frontdoor.
HELP WANTED
Stewart Hand Laundry
silk vvoi:k
A SPECIALTY
Fifth Street      Mrs. Harris
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of In ��� rovemento.
NOTICE,
"Boundary,"    " Cabin," "Grub,'
Grubstake,"    ''Lucky,"   "Intern,
timial   Fraction,"   "Di   .    "Or
I mineral claim.*-, .ituate in the Portland
'Canai    mining    divi i   of Canto
j district.
Wh'> ,.��� located:   On east fork Cuoii
I creek, Salmon River valley,
Take   notice   ;i.at  l.   P, S. Jack,
<>f Stewart, B.C., acting aa agent ist
| Amos B. Trites, Free Miner's fort-H
.-ate No, Il MC; Roland W. Wood*
Free Miii. r (' 'rtilicate No. 16310C;Wi
K, Wilson, Pree M er's Certificate No.
163L2C, and IV.i k L)a .. FreeMinet'i
Cermi ate No, 53355C, inte lixtj
ila> - I'm.iii tl' date hereof, to apply ti
the Mining Recorder for a Certir steal
Improven ei us foi the ]
taming a Crown (Irani of the abow
claims. An I li
action, until r -��������� '   ���   '
tmnced   before nance
Certificate ol Improvements.
Dated     t ia    2 ird   day   of m
A.D. 1921.
The early bird catches cold.
China's   cabinet   is   resigned;
but China isn't.
Men and Women to sell to women in
homes. Rubber-lined, Waterpreof Gingham Aprons, for use in the kitchen.
Can easily earn $14 daily, and more.
Rapid seller and ready demand. Send
75 cents for sample apron and full particulars. Money refunded if sample returned. BRITISH BUBBER COM
I-ANY.232 McGill street, MONTREAL.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Polybacite Fractional and Ag Fractional mmeiai claims, situate in the
I'ortland ( anal mining division of Cassiar district. Where located: On southeast slops of Mount Dilworth.
'lake notice that Dalby It. Morkill, of
Stewart, B.C., acting as agent for Silver Crest Mines, Limited, N.I'. L.. Free
Miner's Certificate No. ,r>0(>14C, intend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Cer
i ificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a (rown Grant of the
above claims. And further take notice
that action, under section 85. must he
commenced hefore the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements
hated this Kith day of August,
A.D.1.21. 12
till ERAL ACT.
Certificati ol In p
NOTICI
Gray  Copper,   Gras  Coppw
mineral can,,-.     I  ate m th
Can*!    mining   division   oi
district.
Where locsted:   On i
Uppsr Rear river a
rest Glacier, B. a.       i      '
Take notice tha.  I, W.    "
Free Miners' I
Stewart, It. C. for myself, anu  ^
(���lar*.
as agent for Georginir  --���    ;m
Certil     '     :Vl- rj..
Comer Auto Transfer
and Jitney Service ....
Garage Corner Sixth and Conway
Stand at Stewart Hotel
BETWEEN STEWART
AND HYDER
DAY   AND   NIGHT
11   COMER, Manager
Tel. 2 long   1 short
Style     hint:     Divorce
should be kept dark.
NAAS
RIVER
[Limited)
LANDS
suits
Most relative! are distant relatives when you are broke.
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
NOTARY   PUBLIC
STEWART, B. C.
"Spring skirts will be six
inches from the knee," say
fashion hints. And everybody
wonders "Up or down?"
Notice is hereby given that the above
named Company intends at the expiration of one month from the first publication of this   notice,   to   apply to   the
Free Mil
m\\\\\\\    ���������������
tiftcateNo   bo,m,
ntson,   Free   Mm*1
68T7rC   intend,   ������  '
date  hereof,  to api
tUcorder   for a Certilicate
ments,   for the   r |
�� Crown Grantof th.
And furthei tui     ....ure that tt***
,ii der aeetion -->. must
Miners    v..i ���.....-���������      .   rs'o
\ FOouu   ll ���
m-A. Saywarii.   ^
a froi
..,  Minim
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate of  Improvement.
NOTICE
I.akeshore mineral claim,  situate   iu
the Portland Canal   mining  division  of I before the
Cassiar  district.    Where  located;    Al   oflmprovem.nl
head of  East   fork   of  Cascade Creek,       Dated   thia   twenl
Salmon river valley. a_0t_mber. A.D. IK-'
_    . ,    *-���__-__.�� i.i    Take notice that Oalliv B. Morkill, ol
Registrar of Joint Stock ( ompanies for I Stewart, B   C,   acting ' as   agent   for ,
his approval to the change of its  name | Andrew Lindeborg Free Miner's del  Mi
to'Dunwell Mines,   Limited,"   [Non-1 cata No.   46884C,   intend,   sixty   days.
eotm-1-1**
I
VI
Personal Liability |
Dated at Victoria, B. C, the  4th day
of February, 1'.)__.
ROBERT M. STEWART,
U_-4t Secretary for the Company.
MINER
r, rtiticate ul i
MM
'-Northern I
Light No..,    . ;l!.'rl
Northern  l-iKn'
YOU   ARE   GAMBLING
IN   THE   FUTURE
IT'S    NOT   BUSINESS
Wm.   FRASER
BuildingContractor
Estimates Furnut\***d ������   Work Guaranteed
STEWART, B.C.
$5 Year
A calamity may I
become an invalid for
do it now.
appen to you tomorrow.    You  may die,   lie  burnt out, or
life.    Have you niada any provision against this?    If not
t:ofc���
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements/for the purpose of obtaining   a   Crown   Grant   of the above
claim.    And   further   take   notice that.      ,,,,.
action, under section ��5,  must be com-   Light No. 6,       ���N";
menced   before    Ul*   issuance   of such   '���Northern   i
Certilicate of Improvements. [LightNo. 8, :^^^^^
Dated   this    10th   day   of   August,   tfon," Northern L
A.D. 1981. 12      "Woodl        ;���
 ������K.tchen.,,      ' ,    M     '
.iHUttsdinthi  i
DivlsU M
Where loci,i...    "
creek. Salmon
TSki NOTICE th-*,  ,g        ,,
MINERAL ACT.
Certilicate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Texada      Fractional   Mineral    claim,
situate In   the   Portland ('anal   mining
division of  Cashias district.
Where located:    E
You cannot afford to wait another minute.    Let one ofthe following | ., W^"""2 ', **,       ..
large companies carry the risk : ( '&h ******* *"*/ ,v
" r rake notice that I   I
GUARDIAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. QUEEN FILE INSURANCE CO
NATIONAL  FIRE   INSUKANt K Co.
NOR'iHKKN     FIRE    INSURANCE    CO.
CONFEDERATION     LIFE     INSURANCE    CO.
PACIFIC   MAKINE   INSUKANCE CO
GLOUE   INDEMNITY   CO..   FOK   SICK   OR   ACCIDENT.
of Stewart. B. C., MMns; as age
the B.C. SilverMn.es, Limit, d. N P.L,
free miners'sertiflcate Nu   50M7C,  in
tend,    suty     days     from     the     del
��� IU      '      .Ml.II Illinium. ���    ���  , |> |
,,,.���.., of   StewaiC   I
tV'Vork   (Wade for Cb.rl�� RU"'
Valley. "Ii,i":,'    r.    ..'
Italy   B.   Morkill, Free Mine."
ing M  agent   for Cliaries M; .','.;, , l'^
tiflcate   No.
|.,,.,    Mi.ers
John Hovland. I '
'<���	
Mi"e,B iVvs f'9
i.tV'**- .
i .
r...   4^,;
fl. W. M. HOUSTON, Agent
Notary Public ITiWART
-enu,    suiy     oays     from     EM    Qft*\4*w>*�� "       ���
hereof,     to     npply     to     thi    Mining, No. 4bh.< ���
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