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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
vor    POSTED   ON   THE
KVELOPMBNT OF THE
'ilNES-$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. 4. NO. 8
iCLOTHBANO
PARTY RETURN
Made Record Time Looking
Over Trail Route Stewart
to Alice Arm���Trail to
North  Start   Few  Days
George Clothier, government
I resident mining engineer, arrived from Alice Arm on power
launch Wake, early Wednesday
mornill(?. With Mr. Clothier also
returned the party that he had
with him on the reconnoissance
trip through the Bear river-Naas
trail to Alice Arm. consisting of
���u,s.r9. V. Lade. Marvin, Ficklin
and Jackson'.
Mr. Clothier made this trip for
the purpose of ascertaining its
feasibility for the construdtion     A. B. Trites, one of the heavy
I o; a  prospector's   trail,   which shareholders in the Premier,  is
would be one of the links in  a expected to arrive from the south
on the Rupert, Sunday.
STEWART,   B.C.,   FRIDAY,    JULY
1922
quired  so  far.   Yesterday  the
Crawford    Transfer    company
moved the camp further up the
river.   If the  present  rate of
progress is  maintained   a  good
horse trail will be established up
to  the  Prince   John   property
within   the   next    week;   thus
greatly facilitating the  work of
developing    this   property,   on
which are already employed some
8 or 10 men.    Not only  will the
completion of this trail be of considerable assistance to this property, but it will also open up a
number of other properties which
heretofore have  been more or
less inaccessible.    Another good
feature is the fact that if, as appears   likely,    the   Bear   river
bridge goes out this year,  this
trail   will   offer   an   alternative
route to operators up the valley,
MINING   NOTES
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
Jack Grey went south on the
Prince Rupert, Sunday, and expects to return on the next boat.
R. K. Neill of the Premier is
expected to arrive thia week,
coming in by way of Ketchikan.
Tom Powers, who for the past
two years has been in charge of
the Hyder end of the transportation service of the Premier mine,
left for the south. Sunday, on a
well earned vacation.
N. A. MacDonald who, for
some months past, has been
working about town at his trade,
carpentering, left early in the
week for the Premier mine, being
employed at Camp 4.
Citizens' association dance, advertised for 28th of this month,
has been postponed until Friday,
trail system following along the
eastern edge of the mineral belt
from tiie G. T. P. north via Kit
Jim   Martin   and his brother
left.   Wednesday,   for   the  Big
H. McEwen is now employed
on the Divide group for the American Mining and Milling Co.
Harry Smith, who for the past
year has been in charge of the
local school, expects to leave for
the south shortly.
The Lawrence & Workman
mills are getting out lumber for
a new road house to be built by
Mis. Helen Bell at Fish Creek.
The Rev. F. H. DuVernet,
Archbishop of Caledonia, is expected to visit Stewart during
thc stay of the Rupert,  Sunday.
Dr. Hedges, who is practising
dentistry in Hyder, expects to
leave for the south very shortly.
He will be away for some weeks.
In order to give the Alaska
Premier   his   full   time,   Harry
Bert   Kergin,   M. L. A.,   arrived  from  Alice  Arm,    early
Wednesday morning,   with   his
launch,    the    Wake,   carrying
George Clothier's party, who returned from  a  trail  reconnoissance trip to Alice Arm.   During
the afternoon Mr. Kergin took a
trip up the Bear river valley as
far as Bitter creek.   Returning
early in the evening he left for
Alice Arm at 6 o'clock,  with G.
Clothier,  resident mining engineer,  and T. J. Shenton,  mine
inspector for thia district.
BOND PROPERTY
GLACIER GREEK
Sunshine Group, Owned by
Anderson and Young:,
Bonded to Denver Interests���Promising Property
August 4.   This change is due to ! Tanner has resigned as superin
I. i n.L.I?:���U r��nQl,  -Jfin-in
Jl'llli    Uiv.      _,      *,     ��   .      ���  l��_ I _, l,��_IIVW-_f I    ������
simgdlum   lake  to  Alice Arm;|(jasjn0 group, situated near the
thence north up tiie  Kitsault   to! -^ q-^ (ii, Bear ,.jver
Meziadin lake; continuing on
from there to the Unuk. and
ultimately to the Iskut and S.i-
kme rivers.
Leaving here, 14 days ago. the
party went through to Meziadin
lako;   from   the head of which
Jack Munroe arrived in town
the fact of a wedding of a popu
lar couple in Hyder, followed by
a dance.
A special general meeting of
Citizens' association will be held
tendent of the Fish Creek Mining
company. The Alaska Premier
consists of 17 claims, lying between <*nd adjoining the Daly-
Alaska and Stoner groups on the
.,     NT      ..   ,   ..    _.     ,       Salmon    river.       Development
in  the  Newell   hall,   Saturday,j wQrk -^ b^ undep way Qn ^
,acv ..un,,,. *-���.-*--   ..July 22, at 8p.m., for   the   pm-l t   for some time> an(J has
last week with some rock which,  Pose of nominating  officers  ^ now reached a atage whereit de-
when crushed, he could pan free| *-*f new year.   The election will  man(Jg Mr Tanner's full time>
geld.    This rock was taken from:-ake place on Saturday, August 5. i -_.--*_.
the surface of a lead which runsj    New survey map  0f  the  dis-! -* Dun.ng the Stay ��f the P"nCe
through one of his claims into the | trict, showing  all  mining  pro       P    '
Compensation Board
Late on Friday afternoon last,
the  Granby boat,  Azurite, arrived from Anyox with members
of the Workman's Compensation
boar,   E. S.  H.   Winn,   K.   C,
chairman; Parker Williams,   and
Dr. D. J. Millor,  medical officer
to the  board.   Early   Saturday
morning the party left for the
Premier mine, spending the day
there on business in connection
with the operation of the board.
Leaving  there   in   the evening
they returned to Stewart,  and
early Sunday morning inspected
the local  hospital;   after   which
they caught the Prince Rupert,
south.    Bef >re returning to Vancouver   the  party  expected   to
mr.ke   a  trip  into  the 'interior
along the line of the G. T. P.
Sunday,   Stewart   was
f.   .       .     f    .    .Dalhousie    group,    owned" "by | pertie^on the�� Bear "and Salmon i ^.^ bJ ^8"  v B" R   ^pT
they swung south, keeping to the,,, n ���j _,u��_,*_.j-11  . -��--*�����   ��'.    "*"" "'editor  of   the   Vancouver Pub
'....^l_l_ J George Cameron, and situated on: r, Vers.   trails,   townsites,    etc..
big- gr.HH.d-��� in faet just bw*wrL._e we3t sjc|e 0f the Bear river,
the timber line; crossing the head i
of the tributaries of the White
river, and down the Kitsault to
Alice Arm. On arrival in Stewart, Mr. Clothier stated that he
considers the route traveled a
[ very feasible one for a trail, and
he h ipea that the construction of
it will commence next year. It
will I) ��� nee 'ssary only to build
about 30 miles of new trail in
orJer to I.nit up Stewart with
Alee A m by this r ute.
with information on the Alaska
side and the Marmot river, may
be  obtained   from   the Stewart
opposite mouth of Bitter creek.
Ed   Hambleton   was   in town, __________
this week from the Daly-Alaska,; News Company,  Stewart,   B. C
and reports that everything is
now running very smoothly with
District Traffic
While both Stewart and Hyder
m         look, to the casual observer,  to
licity Bureau, who is gathering! be very quiet, it is interesting to
that property; an extensive development program is being
worked out, and exceptionally
g .oil ore bodies have been opened
up. Mr. Hambleton is one of
the directors of the company.
k Daly, managing director
T. J. Shenton, mine inspector,
arrived from the south on the
Prirce Rupert last week, and
went immediately up to the Premier mine, also the B. C. Silver,
Big Missouri, and the Indian.
After spending several days on
these Salmon river properties he
returned to town and left on the
I   ratrlCr.   _.������.  J tTLUL ll-U    ,-_    wnu   ->.���-.	
t_mm***************************M     ,      i�� still in the south,   but  expects ^^ Wednesday  evening,   foi
15 ifora branching soutn a day    () ^^ ��bort-y< ^^
Wat consumed in deciding at. I u.t| Woo(1  pre9}_ent 0f the
what   point the northern   fail ^ ^d'M* j      comp ny,
v..i i hran��hef? fmm the B<  riemicr uu
il��_iiy   ___--=_*���-��    *���������*-   ���   w  ! , i i
data for the publicity department1 note that every horse, motoi
[of the Canadian National Rail-j truck and wagon in the country
ways Also W. L. Edmonds, a I is busy. In fact there is a short-
freelance writer from Toronto,!age. at present, of every means
who with his wife and daughter;of conveyance. Old wagons,
are on a transcontinental trip. | that have been scrapped, are
Both were delighted with their, being put into commission and
visit and pronounced the Port-\ worked to last that is in them,
land'canal district a tourists'1 The local dock has become so
mecca They were greatly sur-, congested that goods have to be
prised'at many things and hope! piled one on the top of the other,
to return next year for a week, in spite ot the fact tha the con-
   ' signees are removing their stun
rivi r-Naas trail
ovt
who came in about ten i\.iy* ago
J. M. Turnbull, professor oi
mining  at   the   University    of
British  Columbia,  accompanied
Hyder Miner Sold
The Hyder (Alaska; Miner
was this week purchased by
Ernest Blue, late of the
Ketchikan News.
ver-Na.stra       After look -ng  . : M|ipmilu,     WhilelD       u     ��� ���        ,       i Si    i
��� er  the Nation   carefully  ,t  '^ay.ngup... �����_   ��' ". J'   ,.: by B. S.   McCannel   and W.  1
,.  -ided th.t the   best   , 1 ,e   ^^S^^-^^Z   ^+&����2*eJ!?V*
was derided that the best  ilioej'; _\r:\j_.*_._..hat everything IDruwH' uul" "V 1 ~'"\L
;   ui        ,,  ,     n��       -> ��� .   formed we News tna_ every urnm ,, Rupert from the
ib ���jistbehw Windy .W,; welJ at the pr6J��nine
ru.i.i.ng north up the west bank >������"    The mine is now produc-
���fSnrpri..tre** �������� ftvertg#i aboul
Work on this Ua.l. Mr. Clothier | t^8ufon!   pef   ,las    including
mill feed   Thi* brings thetoto!
production up to appr- icimately
9000 tons   per   month    He
^ for the i "tl' on
NEWS OF PREMIER
as fast as is possible. It is safe
to say that there is not a dock on
the coast that is as congested as
the one here at Stewart. About
two weeks ago the Premier mine
brought in over 100.010 feet of
lumber, and this week another
50,1)00 is expected.
_ta ��� -. will commence in  a  few
and will be carried out by
terea    old    tune    piosp c o a
-hosen by himself.
I trip through to Alice Arm
* "��� made in ree rd lime- tha
w**aiii. r. with the exception of
twodayt, b-ing ideal, lhe entire party report having had a
��!��� lid trip.
Mr, (lothier left for tlie south.
Wednesday evening, going out
on the Wake, and does (Mtexpeet
to ���-_ back here for three w��*-ks.
pec to to leuvi	
Sunday.
A  N. HcDom-W, ?*- *���'���i"
an.U   K- UttOW   :,!l   l" '
fur their  property,   the   M
 ttp.iituatodontheweel
0f gelmon river gla<
OutlandSilve. Bar.    1
several   i*n   "j"
Mien* ihowi
oneoi winch croi -      the
south, Sunday, and left Immeoi
ataly to look over some properties on the Bear, in which thev
air interested. Tho party expect
to leave for the lOUth n< Kl
Sunday,
i leorge J. Voung,   western i di
tor oi    the   Engineering   and
kiining Journal-l'ress, arrived on |
tbe   Prince   Rupert    from   Ban
I i ai.cisco   last   hunday,  to
the liii-tiict. Un tlondaj be
,..-nt over thi Premier mine, if d
iii. .s ai us visited the In lian,
lialy-Alaaka and the { i��b .reek
properUeti He leaves on thi
i armed  this   week,   going
This week a force of men were
put to work painting the company's buildings at the dock.
The construction of eight four-
roomed cottage*, at thymine, for
the accommodation of the mar
ried men in the company's employ, is now well under way.
The Premier Gold Mining company started this meek to clear
a site, on  (he   hiltttdC   opposite
th�� dock, for the purpeee of constructing a water tank,  which
will affOfd tire protection to I heir
ore bunkers and dock   building*.
Esperanza Uonded
The Sunshine group has this
week been bonded to A. G. Hill,
of Denver, Colorado.   This property, which is owned by Godfrey
Anderson and   Fred   Young  of
Stewart, consists of three claims,
situated   on  the  north fork of
Glacier creek, about five miles by
a good  trail  from   the railway
siding  at  the  Portland   Canal
About one mile of tramway would
land ore at the bridge on the Ben
Bolt trail, about three miles from
the railway siding.
There  is a good cabin on tbe
property, at an elevation of about
3200 feet, or about 200 feet above
the shore  line  of the glacier.
There is plenty of timber for all
purposes and ample power could
be developed   in   Glacier creek,
just below the glacier.   The rock
formation   is   of igneous origin,
probably a greenish colored andesite, in which are intrusions of
other igneous rocks and belts of
argillite.
There are four or five veins on
the property; two high grade
silver veins just below the cabin
near the glacier, striking north
30 degrees west, or nearly parallel with the glacier, and one
quartz vein mineralized with
pyrite and chalcopyrite besides.
Several tons of high grade ore
have already been taken out, and
before the deal was consummated
a start was made getting this
down the hill for shipment.
The pyritized quartz   vein   on
the Sunshine claim has been  exposed   in  one   place   above the
cabin, by a few shots being put
in on the surface, showing  the
vein at this point to be at  least
3 feet wide of  chalcopyrite   ore
that will run   about 6 per cent
copper.    Below the cabin  it has
been   broken    into    in   several
places; the upper of these showings being 8 feet wide, in  which
there is about 3 feet  that   will
assay 10 per cent copper.    1 his
is a fine showing of ore, and more
work will doubtless open  up  an
ore body of considerable   value.
Below this there are a number of
ore outcrops  scattered   over  a
width of 100   feet   which,   with
lhe John Trait
progress ia being made
*it��> tha construction of the trail
*M lh_ we��< aide- of Uu- Bear
n��er, into marly spoken of as tin
hhn trail. Acre* of II or 15
men ut
*- ' ...- ei m ii, ta t to uat   ap
"<ttely the lira! three miles.
|)ert\,       ^^^^
lace of a blull api"
:���;;;:,        - ��**_
lo
After
Packing Over Glacier
With the opening of the Texas ]
creek   trail,   last   week,   horses
were taken up onto the Salmon
river glacier for the first time,
by the Hyder Transfer Co.,  on
Kriday last.    A  pack   train,   six
bead in all, were taken uploaded, ---------------------------------------------------
with supplies for E. I, Bertholf. \ work. ������� ltad * ** very large
who is operating the Outland j budv * ore-
Silver Bar properly. 64 miles up, (,odfr��-v Anderson left early
the gruier. on the W��t aide. \tflls we��k to do ********* open
lbe opening of this trail enables -""ing on the property, and will
those, who wish to. tutakea sad-\** -WW-- "' this work for
die hori* from the beach, rid* up|*bout three week*, when itisex-
to properties situated around the^ted the bondholders will ar-
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The   well   known    Eapor*n��a * ;���,,..,.*.   i_   _,���������,_ ��mim_tioii of the property  will
  Kroup.   situated   within  I ihorl  I "���^S^SSTSi   whS   it \*****   ^   *   ^^-*-*   -- be
 --    - i    L    I     distance of   the   town   of   Alice i maiiile.led in thi- trail, wnicii u. *���
���  ..-..-.mii  oeroeii   spending eomem* ****** bonded. Tuesday   lai-i. ' j-, hoped will in the course of the ; "-""vvea.
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��� "---���' andjj.   Htutt.,1   ,hat   ib,*   born
mentioned  in  th* deal  m .�����    -      -ttriwtion  tur  tourists
hi. with a cash  payment ���! i*�� ��'*-*��l ��unil'". ,    .,  ,.
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di#uUriy i* vtaibii. o th- u-po ^ the***** * Trai
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" neat  f**��  >'eM*-- d*veloptBlag
l iirieei .      i_     ������     ;ii i Good progress  is  being  made
 .       ' *',1 .vauoU road, when it will becoii. K   ��� -  ,,,auc
in  the  deal   is   for WB*��V ��,'    " ri   ttt HJu,u   with the development work on
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,110,000.    It   is under,! I  thai   No pi** in l anada or the Lined ^   ^  Cf{i^
aet.ve   d*velopmee     will    .,,.     Mates can   tOttri*  BK,U>    OSto, L    -^ ^^ ******
CO meideni      i ���   ,,���, ,.�� a glau.-r. with scm.eo ; f ainvtd J,,,,, J ,(ow"     ��'
thN.  actual  miaiag **"*��** ,Pr*adinf out bi    n tb*m,s��*h ^r u 13 Mile, from which point
will be commenced, ther* .being M w ^ he 1(���_albl_ ���, a snort time (l ^)U l)g p^.^d   mlo   l)le   pro.
m ���>*<> uiacici. ' petty and installed at ones.
able high-grade shipping
a.i> in -ia-'t PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JULY   21,   1922
The Portland Canal News
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 eich additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices. $10.   Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising Accepted for First Page
are completed for temporary relief it will
be necessary for the governiuent and the
settlers to consider what new arrangement can be made to enable the latter to
remain on their lands if they desire to do
so. How far the government or the settlers are protected by insurance is not
stated, but at the best neither the province
nor the settlers can escape serious loss.
The misfortune would dismay an old and
established community and it falls more
severely on a settlement which is only beginning. But the settlers have met other
beptisms of fire and will not allow this one
to discourage them. One cheerful aspect
of this visitation is the discovery by the
sufferers that they are surrounded by
generous and hospitable neighbors.
V
CATHAL   BRUGHA
THE death of Charles Burgess removes the most influential of the fighting
insurgents in Ireland. This former associate of Premier Collins in the Sinn
Fein ministry was a member of the conference which negotiated the Free State
treaty. With De Valera he dissented from
the policy. He was, however, a party to
the later Dublin treaty and obtained a
seat in the new assembly under that bargain. But Brugha disregarded the verdict
of the people and has fallen as a lawless
desperado in a conflict against the government of the majority. Next to De
Valera he was the most conspicuous, as he
seems to have been the most desperate of
the members of the armed autocracy which
sought to impose a military dictatorship
on the people of Southern Ireland.
FRATERNIZING JUDICIARIES
QUESTION   OF   FRACTIONS
THERE is some disappointment because British Columbia gets only one additional member in the next distribution, whereas
Manitoba, with a smaller proportionate gain in
population, has two members added. It is a matter of fractions. British Columbia will be underestimated by nearly half a member, whereas in the
last decade the province was over represented by
a quarter of a member. The unit of representation is found by dividing sixty-five into the population of Quebec. Applied to the population of
British Columbia ten years ago it gave something
less than thirteen. As the fraction was more than
half the divisor unit, it was counted as. a whole.
Th* unit of the last census, applied to British Columbia, gives fourteen and four-ninths. Since the
fraction is less than half the divisor it is not reckoned. Had the British Columbia increase been
2000 more the province would have been entitled
to mother member.
NOTE  AND  COMMENT
It takes a drug store to make the girls blush.
Some men think they are philosophers, when
they are merely too lazy to worry.
CHIEF JUSTICE TAFT appears to
have made a very good impression in England, and the possible return visit of Lord
Birkenhead, the lord chancellor, will no
doubt be pleasing to a majority of the people of the United States, and will be universally welcome to the legal profession.
The suggestion of the despatch from London announcing  the  possibility  of the
chancellor's coming, to the effect that the
latter might ''pick up pointers for the
English courts," shows a politeness that
cannot be too highly commended.   A well-
known American poet makes one of his
characters remark that "They did not know
everything down in Judee," and  in like
manner ihe correspondent who wrote the
despatch before mentioned is evidently of
opinion that there may be a "wrinkle" or
two in United States law and justice that
it would be useful for the British judiciary
to be apprised of.   If that is the case it
may be regarded as a foregone conclusion
that Lord Birkenhead is too keen an observer to allow the mere antiquity .and
prestige of the British system of justice to
interfere with his readiness to take any
hints by which British procedure may be
improved. m.
THE   MERVILLE   DISASTER
Some people (not in Stewart)���like animals-
bray, howl, bark, whine, hiss, squeal.
If you don't think that times are better look
at the dime novels that sell for two dollars each.
Borneo women wear corsets of brass,
magazine writer. No wonder the men of
are wild.
says a
Borneo
An honest man need not advertise his honesty: but he should at least advertise that he is
still alive.
Conan Doyle says there is no hell. Then
what is to become of the people who fix the price
of news print?
It is reported that the oldest man in America
has died recently near Cork. In Stewart the
oldest man is still alive.
SOLDIER settlers at Merville had
many difficulties to overcome without the
calamity that has befallen them. This
disaster has come through no act or neglect of their own, and they are clearly entitled to practical public sympathy and
consideration. Those who at the beginning
of their enterprise, have lost home, household goods, stock and equipment, acquired
by arrangement with the government, will
not be in a position to replace them. Their
own labor investment has been largely
swept away.   As soon a* arrangenitnts are
It is likely the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
will be withdrawn from British Columbia. This
will be a loss to the north.
One hundred and ten students in the Presbyterian college, Kingston, have volunteered for the
Northwest harvest. Will the quire please sing;
"Gathering in the Sheaves."
The interpretation placed upon the government liquor act, by the court of appeal, that the
punishment for the sale of beer is a fine, not
prisonment, has caused bootleggers to yniie.
im-
This world that we're a-livin' in
Is mighty hard to beat.
You get a thorn with every rose,
But ain't the roses sweet.
DR.   L.   HEDGES
DENTIST
Will open his Denial Offit-t in
Hyder, for a short period only,
on and after Juiy 1   :   :   :   :
CAROLAN'S
MEAT  MARKET
FRESH . . ��� ���
AND  CURED
MEATS
SHAMROCK   BRAND
Full Line of Groceries and Vegetables. Orders
taken for Camps and Mines. Fresh Milk
and Dairy   Produce
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.
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
Exchange Grill
AND   MEAT   MARKET
OPEN DAY SHti NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies, a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT-tl*;;
of Fresh Meats in town.   Call and inspect our Butcher
Shop.   Everything fresh but the employees.
Fresh Fruit aid Vegetables arriving every Steamer
J.   P.   HAWKINSON,   Proprietor
'MAKE'S   CAFE."
C-  s-  BAKER
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
STEWART,  B. C.
DALBY BTlvWRiSr
MINING SURVEYOR
B- C. Und Survevor      ,,
STEWART, B. c.
BAYNE
Dental SurK.���n,    PIUNcE -^
HELGERSON    BU)CK
R-   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
Hyder    	
JOHN   HOVLAND
ASSAYER
HYDER        -       .      .
Alaska
ALASKA
DR. VV. D'AHCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tamporaly
HYDER.      -       -      .      ALASKA
HOTEL PRINCE RUPEE.
Leading hotel in northern
british columbia
H. B. ROCHESTER, M.nagtr
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always on hand.      Quality our motto.
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101 I'-mbttrtoii Block,     -   VICTORIA, li. 0.
Real Estate   In-nirance   Minea   Financial Agent*
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��� POXTUND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,
FRIDAY,   JULY
JOHN MCLEOD
JAMES ANDERSON
The Prospectors' Club
ANCIENT HISTORY
PHONE-1  SHORT
CIGARS, PIPES, TOBACCOS and CIGARETTES
SOFT   DRINKS���ALL   KINDS.
Come in and make yourself at Home
Our   Specialty-Cleanliness  and   Service
Forest Tires
by burning the saplings of to-day
destroy  the JPorests of to-morrow
PUT THEM
THE
NEWELL ROOMS
W.    L.    NEWELL,    Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   Rarber Shop in Con-
net-lion.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Solo Tables
PHONE, 1   LONG, 1 SHORT. 1 LONG
In 1894 the Klondike discoveries started the first rush to the
Yukon.
In 1869 the Hudson's Bay company made the first discovery of
gold in the Yukon.
In 1889 the first locations were
made at Rossland, and in 1891
the Slocan saw the beginning of
its boom.
In 1852 the Hudson's Bay com-
| pany purchased at Kamloops the
first gold mined in  British Columbia.
In 1857 gold was discovered on
the Fraser river in British Columbia and the rush set in which
resulted in the discovery of the
Cariboo goldfields in 1860.
In April, 1856, Governor
Douglass notified the colonial
secretary of Great Britain of the
discovery of gold in British Columbia and his despatch resulted
in the proclamation of the Mainland as a crown colony.
ln 1903 Cohalt, which has
proved the world's richest silver
camp, was discovered, and prospectors traveling north discovered the goldfields of Porcupine,
which have developed the world V
largest gold min*? of today.
In 1852 coal was discovered a'
Nanaimo, and the coal mining
industry was established there
by the Hudson's Bay company,
who opened what is now the No.
1 mine, Western Fuel Corpor
^tion of Canada���a mine which
has heen continuously operated
from then till now, a period of
69 years.
The first lode gold discovery in
Canada was made by   the   Hudson's  Bay   company   in 1851 at
Gold or Mitchell   harbor,   Queen
Charlotte   Islands,   B.  C.   The
.Hudson's   Bay   company   is the
1 pioneer of the gold miningindua-
��� try of Canada, for.  on the discovery being reported,   it organized the first   party  of  miners,
and mined and shipped to England the first lode gold produced
in Canada.
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The Natural Wealth of Canada
Manufacturing
A SOLID foundation of agricultural resources, great stores of coal and other
minerals of basic importance, forest wealth,
innumerable water powers, a far-spreading
network of railways and waterways���all these
advantages mark out Canada for a great
industrial future.
BANK OF MONTREAL
Establis-ieel over 100 years
A Complete Banking Service
Branches Throughout Canada
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STEWART   NEWS   COMPANY
H.   P.   GIBSON,    Proprietor
Ganong'i and Lowney's Chocolates.     Stationery.     China
Library.      All the Very Latest Music and Records
ICE   CREAM
Sole Agent for Imperial Tobacco Co.
Canadian Steam Laundry
STEWART
DRTTG_STORE
Full  Line   of  Patent   Medicines
Toilet Articles, etc.
Prescriptions   Accurately-
Dispensed
FRENCH PERFUME ANO POWDER
Suits With That Graceful
Stylish Appearance . . . ������
M,��� who wi* to war clothe, that are essentially
|ntheMW creation, now being  shown  unde,   the
20TH   CENTURY   LABEL
beTuhe and see our large range of
PERFECT   FIT   GUARANTEED
SAM-MAIS.   rERbhti
20TH   CENTURY
CLOTHING   ���   ���
H. ZEFFERTT
BO LB   A''1--1'
STEWART, U. C.
SMITH   BLOCK
"Th.e gold is standing out in
large chunks.    I have never  yet
seen anything to equal  it.   The
indications are that an unusually i
rich   body   of   ore has been en-
countered and   the   lessees   will
make a fortune from their work.
In these words,  A. G.   Langley,
resident engineer of Revelstoke
for the department of mines, described the property of the I. XL.
mine, in which recent discoveries
of   great   richness    have   been
made.   The   property   is   being
worked by  a company of practical mining men.    On this property the greatest strike of free
gold in the history of Rossland
has  just   been   made.    Cars of
ore   valued   -xt   $7000 have been
shipped, but the latest strike is
much richer than  that  encountered  when this  was the  high
value   of   car  shipments.    The
mine lies northwest of  Rossland
on the new transprovincial highway.    The lessees  are  practical
men and going about their work
in an affective manner.
The rush to the Granite creek
���placers commenced in 1885. lt
ended fall of 1886.
WATER   NO 11CE
rung Edward
GRILL	
Under New Management
HYDER
jAUTO
SERVICE
Home Made Bread
and Paslry
Give   us  a  trial.    If  you
like us, COME AGAIN
FRED  DOREY
Manager
I. N. HOGUEWOOD, Proprietor!
TAXI
and I
TRUCK
SERVICE
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 *��� ^ and M
\V.    II.   TOLIN,       -      -      Manager
Diver-ion  nnd Use
Take notice, that Premier Gold Mining Company. Limited,   whose  address
is premier, B.C., will apply for a licence
to lake and use 1.5 I'ubiJ feet per second
of water out of north fork of  Fletcher
ettek) Which  flows   south westerly auil
drains into  Fletcher creek,   about 70U
feet from  its  mouth.    The  water will
be diverted from th" stream at   points |
about lull feet west of northeast corner
lot 3591), Cascade Falls No. 4, and also j
south 23 degrees 30  minutes   east,    121)
feet from   northeast   corner   lot   3592,
Simpson   and will be used for  domestic
purposes upon  the  property described
as   Premier   Cold    Mining   Company,
Limited,   property.    This    notice   was
posted   on    the    ground    on   the  28th
day   of   June,  1922.    A   copy  of this
notice   and   an   application    pursuant
thereto and to the "Water   Acti 191-1,"
��� will be  hied in the office of  the  Water
Recorder at Prince Rupert,B. C.    Ob-
jections   to   the   application   may   be
tiled      with     said     Water     Hecorder
or   with   the   Comptroller   of   Water
Rights, Par-lament Buildings, Victoria,
B. C.i     within     thirty    days     after
the first appearance of this notice In a
local  newspaper.    Tbe date of the tirst
publication    of    this   notice    is   July
11. 1922.
PREMIES GOLD MINING DO., Ltd.
Applicant.
Per Lale L. Pitt, Manager, Atfent.
CRAWFORD    TRANSFER
FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK    HORSES..
WOOD    AND    COAL
PHONE   TWO   [2]   LONG       THREE   [3]   SHORT
STEWART, B. C. W.   J.   CRAWFORD,  Manager
LUMBER     SPRUCE      HEMLOCK
Sized dimension stock and boards $20.00 -per M. ft
Spruce and hemlock sh.plap $22.60 per m. ft
Clear, air dried, cove siding. gJ.OO per M. ft.
Clear, air dried, V-joint ceiling..     W5.00    er M. it
riPHi* air dried   floor ng and finish $40. W) per M. lt.
Clear, air anea�� -10lJOT��Tll)NS 0N LArGB oki.krs
Quotations F  O. B. our scow Stewart or Hyder, B. C, tide flats
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LAWRENCE
&   WORKMAN    MILLS
STEWART,    B.   C.
SAVE   $   $   $
Patronize Stewart Merchants
���NUF   CED PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   JULY   21,   1922
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $76,177,403;
Lode Gold, $105,557,977; Silver, $55,259,485; Lead. $48,330,575;
Copper, $166,393,488;- Zinc, $21,884,531; Coal and Coke. $225,-
409,505; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $34,072,016; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,210,639; making its'Mineral Production to the end of
1921 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $734,259,619
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Province
is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production for successive five-year periods: For all years to 1895,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1896-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,507,968; for five years, 1906-1910, ;$125,-
534,474; for five years, 19H-I915, 1142,072,603;    for five   years,
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1921, $28,066,641.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $336,562,897
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the fee-
lower than those of any oth.r Province in the Dominion, or any
Colony in the British Empire-
Mineral locations are granted to disooverers 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
be obtained gratis by addressing
THE. HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia.
"RADIO"   IN   THE   ARCTIC
OCEAN    VIEW   HOTEL
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos
Local Distributor Silver Spring
Ball Room in Connection
Catering to Large and Small Parties
WILLIAM REID TOOTH, Prop. Tel. 5 Short
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
Hotel Stewart
W.   DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms      Comfortably Furnished      Baths
Drying Room      Dining Room
FIFTH   STREET
STEWART
ANONYMOUS
A bunch of the boys were were whooping it up in a Malamute saoon,
And the kid who tickled the music box was pounding his usual tune;
When out of the night, which was sixty below, and into the din and the glare,
There rumbled a voice down the chimney pipe, teat seemed to come from the air:
"Hello, hello, all ships and stations; hello, all malamute saloons,
It's K. F. C. transmitting; stand by for a few jazz tunes!"
"Well, this beats me," swore Sam McGee, as he looked at Dan McGrew,
Who'd turned as pale as his white mule ale and the woman that's known as Lou:
"Hello, hello," said the voice again, "We'll now broadcaatto you,  a hot-foxtrot by Harold Weeks, and boys* the piece is new!"
'Who in hell is Harold Weeks?" yelled Dangerous Dan McGrew,
"I'm off this bootleg booze," he said, and aimed a kick at Lou.
But the music swelled like a pen-up flood and it filled the old saloon.
It played The Sheik, Down Bimini Bay, and 'Neath a Tropic Moon.
The kid on his stool, banged away like a fool, but the barkeep said, 'Pipe down!*
A husky howled, but a bullet plowed the brain of tbe luckless houn'.
The music  stopped.   "That's all tonight," said the voice down tha chimney flue ���
"Tomorrow night is Arctic Night, and, boys, we'll give to you
The real lown-down that Service wrote on the woman that's known as Lou."
Well, Lou turned white as a Klu Klux kite, and wept a Klondyke cry;
"I'll burn my letters, Dan," sobbed she "I know that bird will lie!"
"Now witness you me," shrieked Sam McGee, and he broke his glass on the
floor���
And he signed this pledgeon the window ledge���"I'lldrink no 'moon' no more."
TOO   MUCH   EXTRAVAGANCE
Canadian NationalRailuiaii's
GRAND   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
Steamer* sailing between Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Powell
River. Ocean Falls, Swanaon Bay, Prince Rupert, Anyox, Stewart
and Queen Charlotte Islands.
���SAILINGS from PRINCE RUPERT-
THURSDAYS AND SUNDAYS AT TWELVE, MIDNIGHT, FOR
VANCOUVER.      VICTORIA,      SEATTLE
AND   INTERMEDIATE   POINTS
FROM   PRINCE   RUPERT   FOR   STEWART
8  P. M., EVERY SATURDAY
Train Service:
PASSENGER, DAILY, EXCEPT  SUNDAY, at 6:45 j).m.. FOR
6inithei_,  Prince GtOff** Edmonton and Winnipeg, niukiug duec;
ronnt*.Hun. for ail puinU East ami Bouth.
(All trains end boats operate on Standard Time)
For Atlantic Steamship sailings orfurther information, apply to
any Grand Trunk Pacific Agent, or to G. A. McNicholl, AfliliUat
General Freight and Passenger Agent, Prince Rupert, B. C,
News, $5 Year
The desire to save money is
widespread. It is based on the
commonly accepted fact that if
you aave money you have it.
Money spent is not saved. In
order to save money on household expenses it is necessary to
economize. This is not as difficult as it appears to the unob-
serving. By following a few
simple rules, we have carefully
compiled for you, a considerable
sum may be saved every year.
COUNT YOUR COAL
A ton of egg coal should contain 45.392,004 pieces.
A ton of nut coal should contain
87,623,258 pieces.
A ton of pea coal should contain 105,654,2431 pieces.
After the coal has been placed
in the cellar count it carefully,
using an umpire's indicator to
keep track of the pieces up to
four, after that an adding
machine.
If the coal count is more than
the required amount you will
know that you have made a saving by gyping the coal company
to some extent. Compute this
saving by dividing the price of
the ton by the number of pieces
that particular variety of ton
should contain. Then put the
money saved in the bank.
If the coal count is short go to
the company and demand the
extra pieces to which you are entitled. If they refuse to give
them to you, bring suit against
the company.
FLIES   AS   FUEL
As fuel is one of the most important items of household expense, it follows that anything
that can be added to the supply
adds to the saving on fuel bills.
Flies,   if  correctly   prepared,
make excellent fuel, and   in  no
country in which this article can
be read is there any shortage of
flies.
Catch as many flies as you
think you will require for the
winter. Etherize them, or kill
them with a club, Then thoroughly dry them in a slow oven,
or on the porch roof, and they
will be ready to "chute" into
your fuel bin.
Care must be taken toleavt
none of the tliea about the kitchen, for in their dissected state
they can be easily mistaken by
the cook for raisins, statistics
show that they are less palatable
than raisins and are of little or
no food value, so that no Baving
is affected by shifting them from
the fuel to the food supply. In
the furnace, range   or   fireplace
properly dried flies burn with a
warm deadlight, and a scuttle
full will last for U�� minutes.
DECUTICLING   POIATOES
It is the best and most economical to eat potatoes with the
skins, on, but in the preparation
of potato souffle, potatoes au
irratin and mashed patatoes, this
is inconvenient.
Do not. however, waste any of
your potatoes by the clumsy and
uneconomical method of removing the skin with a kitchen knife.
After cleaning the potato take
off its overcoat with a safety
razor, going over it as many
times as is necessary to give it a
cool, clean shave.
The film you remove may be
offered to the dog. If he will eat
it, you have made another saving.
PIONEER HALL,  -  HYDER, AL^Kft
SAT U R DAY
"THE   PAGAN   GOD'
Featuring H. B. WARNER
"Howling Lions and Circus Queens"
(COMEDY)
SELZNICK   NEWS
HOW AT 8 P.M. SHARP W. R. McDONNELL Oner ���
following Saturday
"THE FIGHTING  ROOSEVELTS'
Teddy's Own Life in Motion Pictures.
Comedy,   "A   SCREAM   IN    SOCIETY,"   also   an
International News
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"Border" mineral claim,   situate in
the Portland Canal Mining  Division of
Cassiar District.    Where  located;   On
the west side of Cascade creek. Salmon
river valley.
Take   notice   that I,   P.   S.   Jack,
of Stewart, B.C., acting as agent  for
Charles Henry Lake. Free Miner's Certificate    No.   63443C;    intend.    sixt\
days from tbe date hereof, to apply  to
the Minintr Recorder for a Certificate ol
I Improvements  for the purpose of ob-
j taining a Crown (.rant of  the above
. claim.     An! further take  notice  that
| action, under section 85, must he commenced   before   the  issuance  of such
I Certificate of Improvementa.
Dated     thia    10th   day    of   July,
A.D. 1922. 8
THE GOVERNMENT OK
THE   PROVINCE   OF   BRITISH   ( oI.IIMAIA
RE   SPECIAL
TIMBER LICENCES
The attention of Timber Licence
holders who are taking advantage of
the provisions of the 1921 Amendment
to the FOREST ACT, whfrebv arrears
of licence fees accrued prior to 81st
December, 1920, have been funded and
made payable in annual instalments, hi
specially directed to the fact that any
renewal fee which became due in i:t_l
ia not included in the instalments above
mentioned, and such 1921 and all subsequent renewal fees must be paid within
one year after the date of expiry of
the licence in order to maintain the
right of the holder to ojitain * renewal
of the licence. ap7-m.
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Op.ii _-a.ni. toyp.m. (including Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart, ti, C.
YOU   ARE  GAMBLING
IN   THE   FUTURE 1
IT'S    NOT   BUSINESS
A calamity may happen to you tomorrow.   You maj rntont,��
become an invalid for life.   Have you mada w��y provisii
do it now.    You cannot afford to wait another minute.    Let     ���      tl e foUowiM
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NATIONAL FIRE  INSURANCE CO
NORTHERN     FIRE     INST KAMI-:    ('(��.
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PACIFIC   MARINE   INSURANCE i'w.
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H. W. M. ROLSTON, Agent
Notary Public STEWAKl
STEWART
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
GATEWAY   TO
The  Biggest  Mineral    Belt   on
Continent.
OUTLET  POR
Naaa River District   Unda, M i
Caa-iar District   Gold, Silver, Ua-1-
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Coal.
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and Oil.
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Operating Aerial Tram in America.
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