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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
yOU POSTED ON TIIE
BEVELOP&ENT OP THE
MINES���$5.00 TIIE YEAR.
and C
SEND THIS COPY T<?
YOUIi FRIEND WHO
WAXTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
VOL. 5, NO. 26
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY, NOVEMBER   16,  1923
$5 THE   YEAR
MGEE'S WORK
i p.
T
Pioneer Locator in That
Section Is Well Flensed
With Results and Looks
For Great Activity
PREPARATIONS    I
! CHRISTMAS
WHEN THE FLU TIDE PLOWS
Following out their traditional:
policy, the Moose   Lodge  called'
a meeting in their ball on  Col-'
I
umbia .street   last Saturday,   at
which all public   bodies   of   the'
town were represented,   for thei
HH_H_H_H_H_H_H_H_I ��� ���
Having spent a str- nnous sum- j purp >se of organizi ng a commun-
evelopingand prospecting|--7 Christmas tree lor the child-j
ren of  Stewart,   to   which   the,
lodge has subscribed $1 for each
child.
The following committees were I
luer t
the various groups of the   Mar-
pi it river section in which he   is
int.'rested, H.C.Magee is leaving
for his home in Vancouver,  well
satisfied with results accomplish- laPPointed: Tree committee, Missl
ed and certain that  next  season I ���****-* Mesdames  F. Jancowski, |
facilities will be provided for re-; H- Thomey,   H. Bochefort and j
adzing on a numbar of bodies of;1"1- ��- Bennett.     The  last has|
high-grade ore that   have   been j3'"01- been cho3en convenor.
opened up.    A practical promise!    For Entertainment committee: j
In* b?en received from the gov-) Mesda/nes W. Jancowski. W. H.
eminent that a wagon  road   up! Watson,  A. McLeod,  J.Dayton
the Mamot will   be   built  next and Miss Fraser who  has  been
! Mimmer, which would   not  only j chosen convenor,
allow shipping td commence, but1    Mrs Bennatt reported back  to
would enable claim   owners   to the lodge meeting Thursday,  at
take in supplies and  equipment  which the date for the tree   was
for more expeditiously develop- i set for Friday, Dec, 28.
AiMISTICE DAY
FITLY OBSERVED
"BUY A POPPY"
DAY A SUCCESS
International Service Club
Make Great Hit With a
Fine   Entertainment in
Stewart
Stewart and Hyder in no way
lagged behind other towns on
the continent on Armistice Day,
the International Service Club
on that occasion staging a most
sucoessful tag day, for which
Without undertaking the use j purpose 400 poppies were pur-
jofsuperlalives.it may be said chased from G. W. V. A. head-
I that the Armistice   Day   enter- Wers   in   Vancouver.     Two
hen the "Big Tides" flow, (ihey come four times a year)
the town of Stewart presents a particularly beautiful
tain ment given in  the   ballroom j
of the   Hotel   Stewart   Tuesday
; hundred were given to Mrs H.C.
Bennett, who was appointed   by
the    club    committee   to   take
night by the  International  Ser- j charge and orgm[ze for Stewart.
vice Club far surpassed any en-, She was assisted  by   Mesdames
w       ^___^___ 	
appearance.   Last week end v\-h me of the occasions  when     tertainment  of   the   kind  ever;yy> Jancowski    W H   Wat-son
the town might appear to a strarger as a second Venice, an     attempted in the district.     *^ne\c. Jackson, J. W Stewart  Wm'
exceptional tide flooding Fifth street to a  foot or more in     elub itself is unique   in that,   bo.N��well,   H. Scovil,   S   McNiel"
depth.    For a distance of half a mile below Stewart  the fiats
are covered with a luxuriant growth  of grass,  upon   which
herd3 of horses and  dairy cows may be seen  grazing.     So
whether tne tide is iii or out, Stewart, from  the waterfront,
is pleasing to tiie eye.
far aa known, it is the   on y   or-1 T p Q     , ..  ��� ,
...    ... . J.P.Scarlett. F.Jancowak , W.J.
gamza.tion of the kind composed'p..,   .--,,-.
I   .    ,,.   . ��� -jVi-"ford and A.Lewis, whocar-
i of soldiers from both Canada and ' ���U/- n. .        , , .     '
L.oTT..   , c, . ,   .. inedouta   regular  oldtime  tag
the baited States;  and  the   pa-;,-0���      ., .   ���
I. - .. . . "     day on the streets   of  Stewart,
trons of the entertainment were ���.,,;      ..   .
.    , ii    j- -j j I selling thalr entire quota before
; about equally divided   between . . n, .    ,       .,      .
14 o clock in the afternoon
Miss Crabtree has   moved   Inl    There will be a meeting of the! residents of the two countries,    i    w ,,       r,,
-       -U   n-,- , ��� ���. . I Walter   Blanton,   member   of
trom the Bitter creek roadhous^ Mowart Citizens Association on      Under the supervision of ��. G. !rh�� ��i,,w ����--;��� f      .    .     .
j i j-     T*. <-, '       giuo committee, took charge
and leaver tor Rupert Sunday.      1 uesday, Nov. 20, at 8   p.m.  in j Lawrence the hall waa appropri-|0f the day in Hyder      .        .
Moose Hall. ' ately decorated with   flags  and iefi by Mrs Blanton, Miss   Mabel
C.H.Sundmacher, formerly an banners   of   the   two    Nations!! Blanton and Mrs   Harry   Hicks,
Montana and three on the Fatri- tree this year other   than   those |B�� Morkill, left an the Camoaum I attorney at Hyder,  has i'i i m ap- 'craped around  the   walls,   and the 200 apportioned to that town
pointed   U. S. Commissioner  at; ,a,'��e portraits of The King. Thej wwe a*so goJd bef(jrG   4  0��cjocjr#
at once begin shipping if  trana- j jn charge; but   anyone   wishing,'    Those desiring to supplement! McCarthy, Alaska. , Prince of Waies and   The  Late, Miss Blanton boarding the AJa-
________        Fred Young has nearly  com-;President lhmUns prominently|meda, which arrived in port, did
e i. and a wagon road would  not Bo, providing such   donation   is j hand their contributions to Mrs I pleted the construction of a new j displayed.   A novel   feature  of I exceedingly well, selling, among
only benefit these properties   in turned in to Mrs Bennett on   or' Bennett or Miss Fraser. barn on 2nd street, 28x40 feet in,the decorations was a large num-j others, apoppy toGoverner Bone
[thiarespect, but   a   number  of | before Friday, Nov. 30. L. Jessen, vice president and]a*z* and 21 stories high.
ing their properties. There are j Jt has been decided that noi H.T.Garden, who has been
at present Six. showings on tht-jpre3(.n,3 wjj| j^e allowed on the. surveying all summer with Dalby
Montana and three on the Fatri- tree thi
:., said Mr Magee, that could placed there by the committee j f��r Vancouver.
once begin shipping if trans- jn charge; but anyone wishing! Those desirii
tation facilities were provid- to contribute to the fund may do I the Christmas  tree   fund   may
s, owned by  various  inter-
|<     ��� that have ore ready to sack   Bunu'a copper vein 01
|aud s.Mid to the smelters.
tin
.ngi-
neer.     An   open   cut   was   run
operating manager of Boyle Bros
(Canath) Ltd., returned on   the
J, Gillies, Provincial Constable
stationed at  Swanson   Bay,   ar-
i*   i _ ..     ,.       ,     ,.     ..    'across the vein,   and   the  assay
i  iaer Mr   Magee s  direction '    to Vancouver
, ,      .      .,    ,, ,   obtained from an average oi the
laaal on the Patricia which
iwinga high-grade  cross
,     ,.. (in the Horseshoe  claim,   also       -*-*-*!------------,
and will eventually cross- , rived Sunday to relieve Consta-
adjoining the Montana, the sea-
bleJ. A,   Williams   ol   Stewnrt,
Bon s  woik   consisted   ot   pros-
who is south on ieaveol absence.
peuting the   lour   galena   veins1
s__^_^_i   __1 Mr Gillies's an oldtimer   ot   tne
H. H. Todd, sales manager for j
the William  Kennedy   & Sons, j
C-tmosum from a  business   tup; Ltd., of Owen Sound, Ont., iron.
and steel founders, etc.,   visited
the camp this week.      This was
his first trip to this district.
K.J.Skinner of Toronto, repre-
ber of battle scenes, photograph* | of Alaska, who was on  hia way
��d at the fronl. |north<    Poppieg ww��   a]so  Qn
H. Wake, as   stage   manager, 'sale at Hill's Drug Store,
assisted by a number of   willing!    The Stewart sales   amounted
workers, had erected a commod*  to $67.15, and Hyder ?62.55. both
ious stage at the rea- of the hall,  of which exceeded the club's ex-
with   improvised   but   effective! pectations.
footlights.    This,  as soon as the
! IS main ore zone of the pro-j
. was driven ahead l."> feel
|t'iis .-,4111 ner ami io now in 92
A ui,tance of 300 feet will
m i lired to reach the main:
''' ��� "'.��� ��� Thia summer anotin r
iccoss   fracture, was  discovered
Icarrii -i a aurfaae showing
' grade ore.     rbil runs at
i,:' a - "��� to tin- tun nai now being
priven, and will  ba  cut  by  it.
"'��� H - u.-iv.-chi.ie of  Vancou
V*- ��� interested in   in,-  Falricia
���Ul1-. Mr Mafoa.
On Hi.. Montana a   iu-w   shoot
nuountered   this   huiiiiiu-i
Jhich carries IJ teetel WOO ore.
lideribla a��ounl  ui mr-
ppoepaatini waa done on
Ihit
aenting the Berger Tailoring Co.!
visited the camp this week,    lie
was accompanied by J. C, Gavi-
program   was   completed,    was'
quickly removed,  having  been.
gan, a leading merchant of K i-
previouslv ^^^H ^mm
.       .. ... . Yukon anu Nome.
A trail was built to   the A ber- 	
. .   .        o   . G. C. Turner,  who is with the oei-t un(i (]ie comeanv's   reDre-
deen groii|i,   consisting  ol    four '     *�������**������"���  u'"i"".i =    mmc
. . ..iii     Bureau of Public Roads of Alas- aentative in that cltv
claims and adjoining the  Idaho i��u��m.mmoi,iiij,
ka in  an engineering   eai
so constructed that it   could   be
^H__l
torn down expeditiously.
Program
Song, Frank Bowler; "The Vet-
eren's Song;" encore, "God
Send You Back to Me."
.Sketch "Between Trains."
Dancing   commenced    at  11 'Scene: Stewart Railway Station.
o'clock, to the seductive strains   The Wife, Betty Uochefort.
group on the m est, u hich i** held
iiytiu- Porter-Idaho Syndiaate,
and is ready to commence Bhip-
�� s one house was built
on the Aberdeen for a permanant
damp, and a    tunnel   started   to
lacut a largo mineralized zone
.    i work w ill i��e continued naxl
Bum mar and good results ar* e.v
pactad from it.
l he Marmot sec I ion haa Ix i i
"out of fashion" on account  of
.p.    ,,���,.   ,,,   ,    n       .      ,,of Ridley's three-piece orchestra j The Husband, William Orr.
rhe Pdblic Works Department ��� ^ .,        , .
and who superintended con., uc-, i9 8urfacill�� Wllll ���,,,., t ,.. ���,w  At .Midnight an nnpress.ve --  M!;^;  ^^j ^'^
tion of th. Hyder wh��f approach Staw^t-Hyda, road, hauling the "">��*< the ^o-m,nuf silence in     ^^r     ���**** ^  rhdta
honor ot tho dead was observed.
is back from Ketchikan to dolgraval from pits near this end
some location work for the De- The contractora are on the home
partim-iit. stretch with the rock work,   bul
Tha base for tha new   i       i  ara am id at tha delaya caused
at   tha  Public   Utilities  power! by the recent heavy rains,
houee, caataining 2j cum ���       I      a brilliant and faacinatii b ar-
of conerete, has  b��an   finished, ray of Christmas gifts is on
and installation of   the   60 h  p.  plaj at the Stewart  Newi  Co
engine recently received will   ie atore, Including manj   novelties
m        ^^^^^^ completed in a few days,   enab- and   new   cteationa   that   have
the sensational periormancea  ol
���property,   and   Angus   Mc*    ,    ., , ling   the   daetnc   lights ��   been originated   -.nre   vbn   last
-^ * ihe Premier attracting   the m ^***��� "ssasi
""����� ol tb��   owners,   found ,     ���  , again tui i.ed on.
. . , veators to ihe .i tlmoii i iv er ii c-
"' *��ni�� which had not befor. Q ,, angua McLaoa, A
^^^^^^^^���������������������m* ii.^ -,.ij,   turned   this        m-mm
tion.    But lb    '
 -*******, and  which  am.earj;:"'."    "t':'",-mZ'      ,    u
__^_^__H   __��� tall, and the Bear   and   Marmot
kid and Oa n��y   McFadden  have date il) ever) ie��jj����tt.
f�� * important. Gaorga Bruggvi . ,   ,,
, if*        . "   I ri\�� i l.a��ins \s ill avMig  into  th.
* ������������ Aimuibe  third  part   , , ,,
:.,,., ' lead vulh tl
' -'ne group, ulneh
'' �������� claims.
taken a t nuiel eantrai I
..��� _^_i ��� ..Sketch   It Might Happen
hen Miss Fraaer,   accompanied    . .    ., ,.,.   ..
.scene:   Me wart   Far;;     (ll   the
Vtrs  Jancowski,   aang   "In     Dunwell maksagood.
Flanders Fielda,"   and   for  an   rhe Girl, 1 India Dayton.
encore, "I Paaa by   Your  Win- Tha Man. Gaorga Andrew,
dow."   Dancing was   then   re- Song, "Breakfast in Bad on Sun-
sumed and continue.! untn 3:30     d��>' Morning; encore, a comic
a.m., the entertainment   closing j     "tor/, William Orr.
bj the enure aasembi)   singing Sketch "In Wrong."
, Scene' Any Apartment House.
the American  and   Britian   r.at , . . ,  ,lk   ..    .
(jwendolen Mudd, iheiia D-uyton.
ion*1 anthems. jJohn Baxter, Hugh Wa
Vuletide set all the kiddies'ayei     A  tasteful   supper,   prepared   Ur Thompson.   (Owner  of  the
toghstaning.    rhe stor.   - ip to by Mr end Mrs Da,..,,   was sarv-     Apartmantl_ George Andraw.
i i_ *Uo. u..n k., .i,..   i-dlea' ea-   llu' ''alitor, Jack Dayton.
jSong,   "Koses of Picardy,"   encore, "llpparary," Miss Fraaar.
^d in tne hall bj tha
Stewartreaidents enjoyed the >-orts. which  was  a  quick  and
iu*  epening  oi   next
Independence, and the ...        o special Thanksgiving and Armis- graceful wai of ntisfying  ....
* j. ^. ..l.^ Song,   Old Fal of Mine,"   Frank
the
��� ������ with   then        HI tice liav aarvicea m  St.
season      I ben llle original local
.nner demands of mora than two
ore In thi ^-e dii tricti  wi
the i.
pei laveranaa,
i...
���   .      ,<       . t  > hureh ia��t S mdred who p u d In the    ,
*���*������ ! .__^_l Comic hong. .Mrs Dav ���
Wo. k oi. li,��.    I,, ���Ulll    j^up
' lA" ���****,   adjoining
Kwtlna, waaconhut.i to a   ll ^^^^^
'" ** s-rtya |ie ,,, cop-     w li folia U fw-epartnj
****stlvat, ui..! || ibwifttllatoMiiiMttnthaH
y* l'u*'i'nuaiion   ut   (jeoige l.-iward for ti
-      f
iy Ueveiuad^^^^^^^^^^ativitn.-.
.   nuts   ui - .. os.   , Min
Workman, Mrs Jancoa    i
"t aarviaaa attracted a large tttan-j    rha program foi Iowa:   and  it
ihi -lime.   Kr.    loss srrivad Sun- mc��i ba laid that all ol   tht si
���  itbalotai n uay ������ruing  n I  Itfl  Mondiyltarta        i  i     tbamialvta, m McLaan  haa started
MM work throughout the   wm- night for Mellaketla,   where In   ami    .- . , ���   ,    ������-, construction ot   a   real        e   |t
ui   <
Kteiiding i ���' is now stationed.
.veil.
the corner ai 'Jfh and Bright well. __
PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,
FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER 16,    1923
Open Letter To
Hon. John Oliver
Vancouver, Oct. 26, 192.1.
The HON. .IOIIX OLIVER,
Premier of British Columbia,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir:
I enclose herewith for your information copy of pamphlet SEARCHLIGHT
No. 5, issued today by the Provincial
Party of British Columbia. If its contents be true, yon. your colleagues, and
Mr. Bowser should, in common decency,
retire from public life. If they are untrue, you should be given the earliest
opportunity to refute them. For that
reason I  send you this copy.
This is thc fifth pamphlet which I
have sent yon within the last few
months. K.'ich contains most dan-airing
charpe^. In one you are accused of
conniving with Mr. Bowser to prevent
a proper investigation into the first P.
O.K. scandal: in another with retaining
Hon. John Hart as Minister of Finance
after he had used his position as a
Minister of the Crown, with the technical protection of an incorporated
company behind him, for his private
and personal gain, in connection with
the P.G.E. Ry., of which both he and
you, are directors. On July 20, 1028,
and August, 24, 1923, I addressed open
letters to you requesting a reply to
these charges and published them in
the press.
To these you failed to make any
answer.
On April 15 of this year, the Salmon
Arm Observer quoted from your public
address in that city as follows:
"The Speaker defied Gen. McHae to
debate any charges of misdemeanor by
the present government anywhere, at
any time."
Being anxious for that opportunity,
I notified you by open letter on April
110 that 1 would meet you in the city
where you had issued the challenge, on
a date which you Were to select. In
order that the fullest opportunity
might be given you tu make your defence, the Board of Trade of Salmon
Arm undertook to secure a hall to seat
2,0(10 people, and I offered to put on a
barbecue and dance in connection with
the event for the further entertainment
of those who attended.
You failed to accept that challenge
also. I notice, however, by northern
papers, that when confronted with this
failure, at your meetings, you stated
you would meet  me at  a  time to  suit
your eonvenicnee, although I had stuff-
iously consulted vour convenience by
leaving the selection of the date to
I yourself. I recall that you made a
similar reply when asked why you
failed to meet the still unrefuted
charges of Mr. It. T. Elliott, on April
17, 1920, which wire read in your presence on the floor of the Legislature.
Instead, you and your Attorney-General have contented yourselves with
slighting references to, and inuendoe*
against myself. Speaking in Ash Hall.
Vancouver, Hon. Mr. Man .011 was reported in the public press as saying
with regard to me:
"When we consider the various enterprises with which he has been connected in the past, I am inclined to believe Tie is hardly worth considering.
The less said, the better, I think. However, we shall deal with him when the
time comes."
I promptly addressed a letter to the
Attorney-General, gave him an outline
of all essential facts that could be recalled about my career, arranged a
public meeting at New Westminster,
and invited him to meet me there, and
Unburden himself of all the sinister
facts regarding myself in his possession. Following your example he failed
to appear at that meeting which I had
called to allow him a chance to establish or withdraw his imputations.
The above incidents have forced me
to the conclusion that you, and your
Attorney-General are common cowards,
and that your methods towards those
who criticize your public acts are of
the contemptible character which a
coward usually adopts, namely, gossip
and bluster. From the charges made
against you, and your government you
have sought safety in silence. Your
ally, Mr. Bowser, has done the same.
In the public interest therefore, 1 propose another course to force both of
you to recognize your responsibilities.
The present charges against you and
your government in SEARCHLIGHT
No. 5, which I send by registered mail,
are supported by the affidavits of your
own officials. They reveal either incredible neglect of duty, or connivance
with others to defraud and plunder Unpeople of the province. You are asked
to appoint a Royal Commission to investigate these charges. If they are
untrue you have a great opportunity
through   such   a   tribunal,  to   discredit
the  Provii-c'a!   Party  and  to  vindicate
your self.
Iu order that this may be done at a
minimum of expense to the taxpayers,
the Provincial Party offers to bear the
cost of the necessary audit. A previous
offer by ih to pay for an audit of the
Department of Industries in order to,
prove waste ami extravagance, was not
accepted  by  your  Attorney-General.
I make this demand for a Koyal Commission on behalf of 20,000 enrolled
members of the Provincial Party. But
I make it as well on behalf of the whole
body of long suffering taxpayers, who,
if these charges be true, are being exploited by professional politicians like
yourself and your confederates. On
behalf of these taxpayers I warn you,
that any attempt by you lo take power ;
at the coining session of the Legislature, to borrow more money on P.G.E.
account, or to seek by the dissolution
of lhe Legislature .another term of office, before some adequate and impartial investigation is held, will be such
au outrage against public morals that
the electorate will show its resentment
at  the first  opportunity.
(Signed) A. D. McRAE.
AN APPEAL TO
GOOD CITIZENS
CAROLAN'S   GENERAL   STORE
EVERTHING GOOD IN MEN'S WEAR
MINING SUPPLIES
POWDER, CAPS, FUSE
HARDWARE.   Etc,   Etc.
PROFESSIONAL   CaI<|)S
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B   C.  Land Survey,--.
STEWAKT,  li. c.
(���PIWII * ���r���ar^***.-.,. ~�����-������-*���
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FAMILY    J|tfe
BANKING WHO,-
VK *t.
4_J_i_ki''
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TN keeping with its practice of extending to
** its cu-.tom.ers every proper banking accommodation, the Bank of Montreal directs attention
to the fact that many husbands and wives
maintain Joint Accounts with this institution���
a convenient arrangement whereby either may
deposit or withdraw as the occasion demands.
Chequing Accounts for the purpose of
dealing with household accounts may
also be opened.
It is the aim ofthe Lank to be
helpful in matters financial.
Stewart. Hranch
R. T. CROSBY, Manager
BANK OF MONTREAL
Established over 100 yeara
Is it not high time that all loyal citizens, regardless of party, insisted on
our Provincial Government cither defending itself against tbe charges which
have been hurled at it during the present year or submitting its case to the
electors for approval? It is unthinkable that a government, which cannot
clear itself of these charges, can continue to administer the affairs of the
province for another two years.
The light, which the Provincial Party
is making for the return of honest and
decent government to British Columbia,
is your fight. Are you in it? The effort to clean up the political life of our
province needs the assistance of every
patriotic elector���man aud woman alike.
Don't you feel that you should take
your part in this citizens' movement to
get rid of the professional politicians
and by a business government restore
British Columbia to prosperity? Only
the united effort of the right thinking
people will  bring this about.
We do not ask much���join the Provincial Party and help select one of
your best men as a delegate to the BIG
CONVENTION  of the  party  to he  held
in Vancouver on DECEMBER 4th. li
will be the first real citizens' political
convention ever held in British Columbia. Organizations are being forme.I
in every riding in the province. Get
in line with thousands of your fellow
citizens and help put this good movement "over the top." If you are stil!
undecided as to the needs for this new
political movement in our Provincial
affairs, GET "SEARCHLIGHT No. 5"
AND READ IT. A post card to (he
above address will bring it to you as
well as a membership card, which you
can sign and return if you think we
are on  the  right   road.
We are on the eve of political deliverance in B.C. DO YOUR SHARE.
Communicate  with
THE   PROVINCIAL   I'ARTY   ()F   BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Boom 29, Imperial lilk. Vancouver, B.C.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS���Get your
Searchlight. If you are not getting
your Searchlight, notify Headqurten
Provincial  Party  of  B.C. AT  ONCE.
SALMON RIVER BANKING COMPANY
HYDER,   ALASKA    .
(Incorporated   Under   tho  Laws   of   Alaska)
4   PER    CENT   Paid   on   Savings   Rank    Accounts
Canadian Funds Accepted on Deposit.
U mey Telegraphed to all Parts of United States
J. A. HALL, Pres.    D. LINDEBORG, Vice-Pree.    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
GIANT     EXPLOSIVES
FOR   METAL   MINING
The use of the right grade assures hetter work and cuts  the
cost of mining.
Giant Powder Company of Canada, Limited
602 Hastings Street West, VANCOUVER,  B.C.
PORTLAND CANAL LODfif
L. 0. 0. m   y--^
Meets every first and ,hir,l Mon
days. Stewart and Hyder,
DR. ALFRED H.   BAYNE
Dental Surjreon.    PRINCE III |>KRT
HELGEKKON     BLOCK
A.   ANDERSON
Cobbler and Sin..maker
Stewart, b. c
DR. W. D'ARCY CHAl K
PHYSICIAN AND SI KGE0N
At Alaska Hotel t
HYDER.       - m
DR.  C. C. CARTER
DENTIST
Hyder, Ala
HOTEL PRINCE IUTRRT
Leading  hotel i>
british coli '   ia
H. B. ROCHESTER, Mana^r
European Plan
-Exchange Grill-
J. P. Hawkinson, Prop.
We Cater to the G E N E R A L Public
We Pay Our Bills and
CARRY ON!
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables from the South
Every Week
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
GUARDIAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. QUEEN FIRE  INSURANCE CO
NATIONAL  FIRE  INSURANCE CO.
NORTHERN     FIRE    INSURANCE    CO.
BRITISH   CROWN   ASSURANCE   CORPORATION   (EIRE)
CONFEDERATION     LIKE    INSURANCE    Co.
PACIFIC   MARINE   INSURANCE Co.
GLOBE   INDEMNITY   CO..    FOR   SICK   OR   ACCIDENT.
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON -:- AliENT
S. E. PARKER
Ford Sales & Service
Large Stock of FORD PARTS
Always On Hand
Repaihm Quickly and Ei'eicienti.y
Made
P  (). Box 38, Prince Rupert, B. C.
NEW
ATTRACTIVE
MODERN
The Cascade Restaurant
HYDER,    B   C
Strictly Up to Date
Everything on the Market
J.    MISHER
MANAGKK
LIGHT
POWER       TELEPHONE
\\r a nri7<i>
I   I     o   *.   m   ma * ��.
Storage Batteries Charged
Wiring,   Plumbing
Stewart Public Utilities
(I.Hull, lit
APPLY   POfVIR   HOI   .
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART TOWNSITE
Head Ol I
101 Pemberlon Block,     -    VICTORIA, g. C
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Agent*
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HOUSE WIRING
ELECTRICIAN
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Mackinaw Coats
Of Quality
To wear one of our
MACKINAW COATS
Is a Sign  of Good Judgement.
Call and See
THE BEST
ON
THE
MARKET
;>!ITH
H.  ZEFFERTT
BLOCK - - STEWART, B.C.
Deal On Gibson I> is announced that E. J. Ed-
  wards has taken over the United
The old Gibson mine in the (mir.e at Ainsworth and will start
Kaslo district iB to be developed j operations as Boon as the mach-
on an extensive seal* under new | inery can be placed in shape.
management.   The property has'	
been taken over by the Daybreak MINERAL ACT
Mining Company, and J.C. Rob- Certilicate   of Improvements
t -a     -    t  .u I NOTICE
erts, president of the co.npany,     K1(lorado> Silver Thoilght Fractionai
and Robert Gunning, of Portland and Silver Thought No. 2 Fractional
_        Mineral Claims, situate in the Portland
Ore., having arrived at the mine   Canal Mining Division of Cassiar  Dis-
and are making preparations to '"where located:-Sataon River Val-
start work as soon as   possible. Il.v-
,L   .              .             __��,.,       , TAKE NOTICE that   I,    Frederick
it already  has a 500-foot level, Nash, of Terrace, B. C, Tree Miner's
but this is to   be  extended    1000  ;.*l';��"te No. 56677C, acting as agent
u m.B ic i.u   uc   -wwuwa    lvv-   for Lhomas V.   Wilson,   Free Miner 8
fQet now.    George   Lingard   Sr.   Certificate   No.   4R797,   intend,   sixty
days from the date hereof,   to apply to
is in charge of a   gang   of   men  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate
,     . . ,       , ,    of Improvements, for the purpose of
who have been   placed  at   work    btaining a Crown Grant of theabove
on the property getting out tim-   !a"'"--
Ami further take notice that   action,
bers which will be   used   in   the  u   Ier section 86, must he  commenced
.. ,,        ,      ,, I befon the issuance of such   Certilicate
construction of two DUnkhOUgM.  ,,��� Improvements.
  Dated this 20th dav of  September,
A. D, 1923. 24
We lave just opened our Restaurant in   the  Northtm
Rooms, Stewart, and have named it the
GOOD   EATS   CAFE
A name implying a reputation  which  we
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
Strike at Kitchener
Reports have been received of.
a rich find of silver-lead ore near
MINERAL ACT
Certificate  of Improvements
NOTICE
ireia, Georgia No. 1 and  Georgia
RENOVATED AND NOW OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS
HYDER
,     ALASKA
Under management of JIM DALY
HYDER HOTE
BREAD CAKE
SPECIAL ORDERS TAKEN
Light
Fr,E CE
LUNCHES
EAM
STEWART   BAKERY
j.Ml'BELL & DUKE       ....
lmE NEWELL ROOMS
W.   L.   NEWELL.   Proprietor
[Comfortable Furnished Rooms.    Barber Shop in Con-
piectioit.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.     Solo Tables
Rooms,  $1    PER   DAY
Pa orr<��-��x7 i Kitchener B.C. This Crows Nest N"- - M]n��al 9Iai2?*8'. 8itu,a>te- ���" th%
ASl  111   ' Portland   Canal    Mining   Division   of
*-*-*> AU1  ! Pass town is coming to the front ' assiar District.
\ 0.0. _ oo.:   :   ~   .                T-u      t      j Where    located:���On    the    eastern
| a*, a mining town.     The  Lead- S|0pe 0f the Collin* Range of Moun-
FRESH MILK jville group are operating   their f-ins and about seven miles from the
| mouth of Georgia River.
SOFT DRINKS: property, and hope to   construct take NOTICE that I.  Frederick
|���    .  j ���    .. o   . Nash, of Terrace, B. C, Free Miner's
! a wagon road in the near future ,.,rtifl.,ate No. 6&77Ci *cting as agent
Pronric-tors 80 '<*- to be able to ship their pro- {?*��*-* Georgia River Mining Co. Ltd.
iiopiicLoiBi r r n. P. L.,   Free Miner s Certificate No.
 duct to the smelter.     G.   Young (I2846; Clarence E. Jarvis  Free Miner's
��� ������ .     , ,. Certificate No.  59975;   Edward   Fish.
jot Lreston is also working   upon Free Miner's Certificate No. 6489 and
I.;. n,.nn^i,. I,, ti,;. j;.t.;��i    ������^   Daniel Hume. Free Miner's Certificate
his property in this district, and N-0.61631C| tatend> sixty days from
ie 'late hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 86 must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements
Hated this 1st dav of October, A. D.
1923. 24
TEWART DAIRY I SODA FOUNTAIN
J. CAMPBELL,
PROPRIETOR
Home Made Ice Cream Fresh Milk Cream
and   Buttermilk
ICE    FOR    SALE
BEAMAN BUILDING       0��.e Door West of Grey & Wilson
has recently run across a   body
ot high grade ore.
Wigwam Will Work
Crawford   Transfer  Company
3The ore deposits on Isaac creek
, near Wigwam, a station   on  the
-KIDDIES-
look! OH! LOOK!
Lovely Xmas Toys at
GIBSON'S
Save Postage on Parcels by buying at
GIBSON'S
Xmas Presents of all kinds at
extremely reasonable prices at
GIBSON'S
COME and SKH!   COME and BUY!
Arrow Lake & Revelstoke branch
of the Canadian Pacitic Railway,
are to be worked for the British I
Columbia owners by  an   American syndicate.    The property  iai
GENERAL   FREIGHTERS
MINERAL ACT
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
Irwin Mineral Claim, situated in   thei
Portland   Canal   Mining   Division    of)
Cassiar District.
Where located:   Adjoining property!
of Premier Gold   Mining  Company   in |
owned by Joseph C. Kirkpatrit-k .' Cascade Creek Valley.
Take notice that Dalby   H.   Mork
GOOD SADDLE AND PACK HORSES
COAL POWDER
ACETYLENE WELDING      GENERAL BLACKSM1THING
STEWAKT, B. C.
UYDER, ALASKA
and Robert Armstrong of Arrowhead and G. S. McCarter of Rev-
���Istoke. The property consists
of six claims, running 9000 feet
ion the vein, which is said to lie
a mineralized zone 150 feet wide.
Deals on at Rossland
As a result of the great - -
cess and rich returns from tlie
old l.X.L. mine at Rossland, a
number of important sales of
mining   property   are   reported
of Stewart, B. C, acting ac agent i'or
D. R. Shewan, Free Miner's Certificate No. 72341C and X. T. Burdick,
Free Miner's C< rtificate No, ll 08,
Intends, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply i" the Mining Recordei
B (lertificate of 1 nr rovi men's, for the
purpose nf obtaining a l row n Grant of
the above claim.
And further take notice that
under aeetion S5, muf i
before 'he issuance of such   Certificate
of Improvements,
Dated this23d day of September,A.D.
1923 2*1
LAND   A! T
Sk lena I. ind District
District  of Cassiar
TAKE notice that ( hail, a   A,   Mac
kenzie, of Stewart,   B. C,   i
Minin    : ntends to apply   for
pel ii     '      to I e   On    ti II
pending, and there is much   activity in claims.   In  the  mean*!   -'
' South v. .'.-t corni
North fiftj "i i
less, i" thi    I bank
��� if Bear lliver and
\\ ��� it
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 con-
veniences of the city.    1 lining Room in connection
European plan $1 per day and up
W.    II.    DUN.       -       -       Manner
I   -
tin,., ihe O.K , an adjoining
pel ty, is !)< ing steadily   woi ki d
and Die vein recently uncovered
is said to li.' snowing values that
promise to rival tlie I. V L.    I ue
7 "! I I'
I
low inn said N<   '
I and I of    1 "I    1298,
O.K  is being worl..:.I   by   Harry
< (arable and associates, mon
ment, co
UNI
STEWART MEAT MARKET
J. SCOTT,
Manager
1 ;"ie of Shamrock Hams v
"'���" Md l-ills.     fresh   Fish.
k< oi
���I   Pa.���"lis. Bwei i P Mier-
tf,   .Mutton, Pork, an I Poultrj
POOL!
Yuu can pass a pleasani I
V\..\\ ING  POOI
al ih.. Hotel BtewaiI
Cigar Si ind In i
"i our own cold storage,
P.   BURNS   &   CO.
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
TRAVERSY   BROS.
Stewart Paint Shop Sign*
I'uintintf       Paper Hanging
)[*-W'\   building FOURTH STREET
charli    *  mack1
hum
100
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All
IN
PORTER-IDAHO SYNDICATE
ABE NOW OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC AT PAK
[tie property is d I to the point where actual
traction ai fit  Of  orr  can   be   undertaken
and u ih to facilitate thia that a LIMITED Nl MHKK
ul' I lilts will Iir BOM.
Tills is nn: U8T OPPORTUNITY THi PUBLIC
\\ ILL IIA\ i: TO INVEST IN THIS PROPERTY
.lis   fin.oo   EAi H
la m Men M
i      iii
it} to 1104t Pi upei ly O
ron
Hav Porter or H.W.M.Rolston 	
PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER 16,
1923
BELLVIEW   HOTEL, Ltd
HYDER,   B. C.
ALL NEW EVERYTHING DONE FOR YOUR COMFORT
TUB AND SHOWER BATHS
PER   DAY
Mrs.  Helen Bell,  Manager
ELECTRIC LIGHTS
$1
Phone
4 Long
LOCAL   NEWS
OCEAN   VIEW HOTEL, Limited
HYDER -- B.  C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
All Modern Conveniences���Baths, Electric Light
Choice Line of Canadian Cigar* and Tobaccos, Peterson Pipes
BALL AND BANQUET ROOM IN CONNECTION
Catering to Large and  Small Parties.
MRS. FLORENCE SMITH, Manager Tel.���1 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. $5l,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 Indastry in this Provinoe
is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production for successive flve-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 live years, 1911-1915, $142,072,003;     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 miniiiK has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; Soo.uoO
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
The mining laws of til is Province are more liberal and the f< e��
lower than those of any other Province in the Domlalon, or any
Colony in the British Empire
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.
Absoluts Titles are obtained by developing such properties, se-
iinily of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full Information, tog-eUtar vwiii Mining Reports and Maps, may
W Obtained gratis by addressing
'lilt HON, nil. MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia.
Gabe McCulloch left for the
south on the Camosum Monday
night.
Jacic Williams joined the cane
brigade early in the week. A
horse kicked him on the shins.
C. D. Edgington, representing
the Fidelity Securities Co. of
Vancouver, was in town this
week.
P.E. Ritchie, representing tha
Sullivan Machinery Co., is interviewing the mine managers of
the district.
The Dominion telegraph line
has been out of corr.miesion for
a week or more on account of
saveral miles of wire on the Anyox end having to be replaced,
the old one being burned out by
ohemical fumes from the Anyox
smelter.
E. S. Winslow of Montreal,
general manager of the Canadian
Ingersoll Rand Co., B. D. Clegg
of Vancouver. B. C. representative, and W. Griffiths of Vancouver, demonstrator, arrived on j
the Camosum Monday night ar.d
made a trip to the Premier minr.
MINERAL ACT
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
M. C, M. C. No. 1, Lucky Jim, Nine
of Hearts, Nine of Hearts No. 1,   Briton, N. H. Fractional, Nine Spot Fractional, jM. C. Fractional, M.   C.   No.   1
Fractional Mineral   Claims,   situate in
the Portland Canal Mining  Division  of
Cassiar Distiict,
Where located:���On west side of
Bear River, about 8 miles from Stewart.
TAKE NOTICE that Dalby B. Morkill, of Stewart, B. C, acting as agent
for M. C, Mining Company, Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 4605, intends, sixty days 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 claimi.
And further take notice that action,
under section Hr,, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 20 day of October, A.D.
1923. 26
J.A. Stephen, government engineer, left for the south Monday night.
Albert Johnson left on the
Camosum for Rupert to consult
a physician.
Elmer E. Owen, representing
Fred Gibberd Limited, of Vancouver, visited the camp this
week.
~Dr. H. A. Whillans, physician
and surgeon; consultations at
office of Stewart General Hospital, 10 to Ila.m., and by appointment.
Pete Ober, timberman at the
Premier, left Monday night on a
business trip to Smithers in connection with his property neat-
there.
Fred Nothiger, an oldtime
mining man of tho Sal mo camp,
arrived this week from Cordova,
Alaska. He was much interested
in the mineral display in tha
News office.
The Camosum replaced the
Cardena on the trip from Vancouver this week, the latter ship
having scraped her bottom at
Ocean Falls on the last trip out,
necessitating a visit to the diy
dock for repairs.
The Wet Season Is Here
WET FEET MEAN COLDS
COLDS   MEAN   DOCTORS'   BILLS
SAVE MONEY BY BUYING
RUBBERS
All Sorts and Sizes...
For Men and Ladies
McLEMAN & H00T0N - 5^i^
TOURIST   ROOMS  NOW OPEN
An Ideal Home to bring your Mother, Sister or Wife
Special   Weekly  Kates
JACK   YOHN,   Proprietor      ....        STEWAKT.   B.C
WE WANT  .  .   .
YOUR BUSINESS
We carry an abundant stork  of table necessities
and pure food products and we Bees  youi   i   '
age on a basis of absolute merit.  Let Ufl servi
GREY  &  WILSON.
Smith Block   -
1 H*_t
COAST STEAMSHIPS
S. S. PRINCE RUPERT
OR PRINCE GEORGE
I- om   STKWAKT,   for   PRINCE   RUPERT,   Svanson Bay.
Oeee* Palls. Powell River, Vancouver, Victoria. Seattle
Sunday 12.00 noon
S. S.   PRINCE JOHN
WUImU fiou, PRINCE  iu peri'  FOB  VI fZB  -i*
Qittan   Charlotte   Island   ports,   October   17. 81, November
Passenger Train Service   From Prince Kupert
DAILY, EXCEPT  IUND4Y,   at   1:48 p.m.,  l'OK SMITH!
Prince George, Edmonton aiui   Winiiiprg, making  iii
council on.-  J..i   nil |",oils I ;.*.! ���no iuulb.
i i*r Atlantic ******* ailing mturtkt t Infoi .   to
any Canadian National A-.-- nl        to It    I'',   lie I      h  ��n,  Di    ll
AK��nt, Prince lupert. B C,
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Charles, Charles No. '.', Fraction, Virginia Fraction Mineral (Maims, .situate
in the Portland Canal .Mining Division
of Cas.'iar District.
Where located:���South fork of Glacier Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that Dalby U. Morkill, of Stewart, B. C, acting an agent
for James H. Nesbitt, Free Miner's
Certilicate No. til��H5 ami Andy Archie,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 81686 in-
iend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for ���
Certilicate of Improvements for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 85, must be eommenced
before the issuance of inch Certificate
��� ,( Improvements.
Dated this 1st day of October,
A.D. 1923. a
MI NEPAL ACT.
Certificate Oi Improvement*.
NOTICE,
Premier Ext< tuion No,   l.   I'n mfc i
Extension No.  2,   Premier  Fixt ���
No. 'i, Premier Extension  No.  ���),   I
tension Fraction, True Hlue,   Mu.t No. j
1,   Mist No.  2,   Mist  Fraction,  Paul. !
Jot   Fraction,    I'.luox   Miiji-riil   Cll
situate In  the Portland Canal Mining
I lit Itloa ut i sasiai l or t
Where loiHliil     i ;i-l   Fork  Casoade 1
(reek, Salmon  lu,fr Valley.
TAKE NOTICE ti.Ht Dalby B. Morkill, of Stewart, B. C, actios
for  Premier  Gold   Mining   Company,
Limited, Free Miner's  Certificate   No,
'ilUMiM',  intend,  sixty da\h from Un
��� late   hereof,   to   apply   to   the .Minn i��
H> ''order for a I '    of   imp
iru-nts, for llu purpoae of obtaining a
I rowr, Grant of Ihe above claims
And furthei take aetice that  action,
'Miller ����ction Kf��,    IB
in-fore the isauaix.-<<f sued Certificate
of Improvement-i.
Dated this 2:i>l   'lay   of   September,
\ D. lva, 18
NEW .SUPPLY
French Perfumes
Powders
Shampoos
FULL LINE OF DRUGS
VENETIAN STATIONERY
Stewart Drug Store
E.  ARMSTRONG
GENERAL....
FREIGHTER
HOTEL ST.REGI3
Cor. DONSMUIB and SbyhoUR,    VANCOLU ER, B. C.
Recognized Stopping Place for People of
Portland Canal District
T..!.Okant   -   PROPRIETORS   -   W. W.  Hadi
IU'
TEAMS     PACK HORSES
STEWART,
B. C.
JOHN   WANDER
MARKER
Tourist Rooms, Stewart
CRESCENT
FURNISHED
HYDER.   -
ROOMS
H. C.
KATES, fl.    II. II. HICKS, prop,
UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B. C, LTD.
t. s. s. CARDENA sails from STEWART
every  MONDAY   vr  10 p.m.   for
PRINCE RUPERT   ocean falls   VANCOl VER
NORTHBOUND leaves VANCOUVER ivutY raiDAi n
"   PRINCE RUPERT   "   buni
nut ALICE ARM,  ANYOX AMD STEWART
Excellent Passenger Accommodation Exprea   I
Prince Rupert Agent, 2nd Ave., Phone ���
Head Offices,   Union Dock, Ft Carrail St., Vancouver,
SILVER    GRILL
Under New Management
Call and See
JACK and MAC
For First-elan Metis
OPEN I MIL 2 O'CLOCK
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Op -ii 9 ii. ��i. to li p.m. iiii-
eluding Sunday.)    Mi-mjagea
(li-livtit'il ii  .Stewart, B, ('.
NORTHERN   ROOM
BATHS
TobarroH
I igara
r)th Street, Stewart.
(
Soft DrinU
Jack Mtl.MMl
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