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 THE NEWS WILL KEEP
VOL POSTED ON TIIE
DEVELOPMENT OF TIIE
MINES���$5.00 THE YEAH.
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columb
SEND THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT
ia
5, NO. 27
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY, NOVEMBER   23,  1923
$5  THE   YEAR
I  ST STEPS FOR
INCORPORATION
GOOD ADVERTISING
BY SEATTLE PAPER
INDIAN MINE CONTflES TO IMPROVE
In its issue of Nov. 9  the   Al- [
aska Weekly, published in Seat- Lar��e Bodies of High-Grade and Milling Ores Being
DELAY AT DUNWELL
IS NOT serious!
RESUME WORK
ON DALY ALASKA
lifcizans Association Selects tle- devoted space to the amount
Committee to Look Into Iof 12feet> * inchM��t0 a w,ite-
up of Pat Daly's activities in the
Portland Canal   district,  including somewhat of a biographical
the   Matter-���Other   Important Business
!--ketch.
t-
Developed on  Various Levels Dispel Any
Question as to Property's Value.
Developments  on  the Indian No. 1 is now being prepared  for
mine has been out of commission
for some time, a loss of 17 days
having been sustained. Repairs
were delayed by the Bear rivfer
have reached a most interesting the ore from the upper raise, and j bridge washing out,  holding up
0 ring to a sag in   the  flume
that carries water for generat* j
ing power at the Dunwell,  the I Word Received That Well
i well attended meeting of (    Since the Alaska  Weekly  be-,stage,   in   that the  property  is the tracks in No. 2 are being re-jthe delivery of lumber.   Had the
Citizens Association   held in
Known Salmon River Property on Alaska Side Is
to Be Reopened
Word has been received from
an authentic source that the
Daly Alaska, which has lain idle
came ihe successor to  the Alas-  rapidly   passing   from   the   ad    laid.    At the portal an ore shed j worj< continued with   its   accus-
|        s hall Tuesday evening, theI ka DjBpatchf jt has shown a ten- vanced prospect class, to that of is being built in  which to sort | toroed smoothness,   the  No.   3
itponed election of executive| dency -0 gjve the portian(l Canal j a shipping mine, and the present andsackthe ore for shipment, tunnel should have struck thej for several months, is to again
| nbers was completed, with I clis-t-ict. a prominence in its col- winter will, apparently without it having been found after care- vejn by the end of this month, j be operated and will be worked
j suit that the following re- umng that the o]d Dispatch never \* doubt, place it in the shipping j ful  investigation  that  the ore Us it is, good news in  this  re-'all winter.   It is the intention to
| I a majority  vote:   D. Me- i accordf.(1    Therefore, in its ac-1 lists. from the two shoots mentioned Lpect wjn probably   come  as  a! go ahead with the 500-foot tun-
|L  ��. . Miss Ryan, .Geo, Cameron, |
Wi: Whillans,  H.Campbell, and
!'. Lewis.
ifter the election the first
er dealt with was the Fire
trtment, and Chief Willinra
quaintenceship with  Pat   it   as-     A raise  -n drift 15. in  No.l  in No. 1 tunnel can be mined and! Christmas gift   to  the   district, I nel   to   crosscut the various ore
Bumes a disposition to delve into! tunnel, was recently started and shipped at a good profit, particu- J an(j the town of Stewart in par-1 zones passing through the pro-
inside history and get this camp j *3 now up some 30 feet,  follow- larly with the completion of the
straightened out in the annals of '---*   a   k-��-* ��*'a(-e 3-loot of ore bridge over Cascade creek.
miniivg,   Incidentally, an inter-|fron-  three  to four feet wide, As the diamond drilling men- mining is again in full swing.
view with E. G. Riebe, engineerlaveraging around $100 in gold ined has proven the downward            ^   _   -       -     _                  :intended   as  a    main   working
iooth was authorized to solicit for the interests who   now   con- iin(- silver,  about 70  per  cent continuation of the ore now being                ^         uu��,iucci          tunnel   from   which all of  the
.- from the business  section j *-ro] the Silver Bell,   is   included being   in   gold.    About   30   per ::tracted. to a point below where I                       Gl       Vl    "e in er"! veins can be opened up.    A start
hetown for the purpose of ja the same issue.                         | cent of this gold content is free. \To. 2 tunnel, if extended, would! ***** <n the fac^ that --tigatton , was   ma(je  on jt last fail, and
paying off a few small debts, and I    Bui to get back   to   lhe   Daly ! A large percentage of tbe gold, c -it it,   th.e   logical   thing w,uildjfor possasslon of the fam0U3 En"! when work suspended the face
i arrange to have   the pump gtory. | and silver values in this ore oc-      parently be the  extension  of j _   _   ! ��U j was said to be in low grade ore,
ticuiar. The necessary repairs perty. This tunnel was laid out
have now been completed and by A. G. Larson, consulting engineer for the company,  aid is
Salt fcr Engineer
Local residents   will  be inter-
|i .1,1 over each day during the!    What is announced above? Oh j cur   '������   the metallics,  which ii   Mo.   3   tunnel   GOO feet,   which
to ba resumed.    R.  E.   Williams 1
of Milwaukee and li. K. Williams
ha\ ing entered the first zone of
mineralization.
i of   Los.   Angeles,    brothers   of j    H. S. Denny of  London, who
ter months, so as  to  have it yes���12 feet, 83 inches were used ; themselves are composed of about; would pick it up at an additional
ier at any time it is needed. ' in this one story. ,60 per cent   silver   and   40   pet i depth   of   210   feet,   or a  total
-d-.-rable discussion centered     The   financial' editor  of   the! cent B"ld.    It is tbe intention te! depth of 490 feet, .Mrs. Alexander, are claiming tahad  a bond on the property, is
nd   people   taking    ladders  f*fewa   Baa  figured   this   out  in continue   this  raise through  to!    Drift 13 is   being continued, j; ne" bS^   "     e mine asjsaid   to   have   dropped out, and
h  the   surface,   a   distance of 280 land ha? so far proven this sixthly the|the program is being undertaken
iier equipment   from   tie   h-rms of   advertising,   althoug
i without permission, re- advertising such as this  cannot fc*1. the idea to not only develoj
in the tire  ladders being  be bought for money nor price,     and extract the high grade ore,
red all over town,   lt was,    Forgetting the  i inch   (which jDut *--�� t0 afford ventilation for
to take steps with a view | m;iv    compensate   for   uossible i the No. 1 and lowec tunnels.
ming what can  be done J mistakes in   measurement)   the     An interesting feature of the
situation, is that drifts 15 and 13
this dangerous prac-|8tory contained 1,833 lines, non-
��� p iriel   measurement,
which   if':u'e   'n   t'ie   same ore body, the
.re body in No, 1 tunnel to bejCourt of ^ppeals in 7ancouyerj by th* company, of which Jesse
125 feet in length. A crosscut *have been given Perraission to!j. Kahn of Vancouver is presi-
atthis point  has  been  started,jpro��� their case-    This permi,-|dent.    William Sloan is to be in
and on Monday was in 12 feet,
with a full face of ore, and ore
all the way.    This is the tirst at-
,sion  had previously been denied
by Justice Morrison.
charge and is expected to  arrive
a week from next Sunday.
The   main  camp of the Daly
"The Mad Minute"
[tempt to prove the width of thej    When the soldier was training A-aska   is   practically   on   the
lent Scovil   opened thei charged for at a nominal rate of jf orraer following the high gra   '.body, but back where the raise |on the shooting ranges he was .wagon road, and has accommo-
on of a wing dam being 25 cents per   line,   amounts  to! ��0,d shoot, and the latter a hi_h|la   being  put   up,   though not i aiway8 gjven what was generally datien for all the men v ho can
owthe Dear rivtr bridge,  -1:,- 25
grade silver shoot, the values in j crosscut it is known to be at least j known  as   the "Mad Minute." he    employed    to    advantage.
ing the necessity tor such      Pat is in Seattle to  finance   a which occur in a sulphide form.
"i for   the   town   from
. and a possible change
mining   proposition    on   rexss[From a station set several hun-
'k.   Does he realize what the I d��*��d feet distant, in a ��
ere.')-
i irasof ths river during paper is giving him?   The pap< r   '^tension ��' the tunnel, dian     I
iter.   It was decided to knows, but like all   "Honest   to!drmin*ha8 Proven the ll'VA
��� matter up with theDe- God" newspapers, iI   is   willing and downward continuation of
it of PeWIc Worl      id al to go the limit if it thinks it can the ore body, as well aa
��� time rsquesl  t. e   up   d . s .me goed.
��� ������I i K��rgin, M, L. A, The Alaska Weekly is a credil
high grade shoots.    In   i1 ���
ward,   lhe  drilling  haa
that the two shoots ha
1 Irma t#r "���   ' ttleanda booster  for the t0gether, while in tl"
inoorporation  under the northland.    From now   on   pro
i Act   Afters numbered  ir.oters from this distriol   will
(pressed  their views Hock into its publicity fold.
��j ct, 11. W. M. Rol iton, t.    . , ,
An Airplane Scheme
Jean   Vanophen   of    Id'
18 or 20 feet wide. When the !jn this minute he was supposed jThere ���* *--* preliminary work to
crosscut mentioned has reached to fire sixteen shots in one minute!' ' ' ��� and mining can com-
the wall,  the extension of the anc] score a8 many hits as pos- mence  as   soon   as  a crew  is
ar.'   si ill   separated.     I
emenl are assured i I
dorable shipping ore.
The raise from No, 2 tunm
drift  will be continued, with a;8jb]��.   The civilians also have a organized,
view  to  ascertaining the exaci  "mad minute;" this is when;
length of this sixth  commercial refreshments are brought on af-
lense oi  "re.   -.,  far cut in this t*r  a   bridge  game    and   the
tunnel.    Another  and   seventh players   try   to  score as  i
commercial ore bodj was cut in HjTS  a.   possible    during   that
No, 3 tunnel, and b exten-!piej  am   interval   about    their
f this lower It vel,   all   t!        , rhbors
e I
ore bodies ap] ! ��� ������  N
1 can i'i:    ed up, a1 an additional ��l ial. ol 210 t et.
��� ' Kinan,  and  Secretaiy
An irew wen authorised
igatsthe question, am *���    l';" J '"""'
ppo i back at u future meeting
1 v.,at can b�� done, and
near Jun-*au, Al iska, *��: d I irmi r
of th��# Algunican ij ndicate
���PS are necessary in  the
i corporation.
t\ i nue, Hyder,
L.  Jessen,  vice i  i
who had the Spider and othei
prepei ties ol thia camp bonded
in 1920, has announced
���'*   ^nliairu, pruuiiciai (WW- about   U)  depart foi   Paris and
* ��� i   Btewari    rtturned B " '     '   Bro"  (' '"
������ .     i   prlng with aave-paseen
-i.i a m n< i'   by  a | on, ��ho
pany amply flnsneed.   Mr, Van- in   the  emploj uf  I
nphi n .--aid tl^- pleas d
'''-���.(
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��� ��������� m - rVsdaeada
New Northern Paper
A   new   northern   paper, the
Anchorage     Weekly    Dispatch,
has    been   received.    It   Is   u
. . production, chuck-full of
���    -.   and the fact that h
printer,     Perney     Stone,
A lantasy formerly  of   Hyder, ib  on  th��
A musical comedy written and mechanical staff,  is   guarantee
'���'"' !'" *  wil- hl' enough that th up la per-
1   *l1""11   December   18,   ftr,     Th(  Dispatch will devote
'' *���''������'���" to 'i- ,mnl to a mors thorough
i'iar-V ot   !il"  StewartHos- consideration of local and  Alas-
Pital.   In tins Mi si will kan news than hss before been
(ins   Erickson   is  buUdinu   s     A. C. Knight, i ill the best  musi- attempted in the railroad town,
four-room  residence   on    I     :        .. ��., cal tal an,|   lt  [,  the intention of ths
V;"  ��� lvei    ��'ntown this week.     [(     ,     " f       publisher. R. G. Bouthworth,  to
Dan Chisholm,   outside   fori !;   .,.   latsr make it a daily,
man   al   the Premier,  rel  rt id and  , , . ,.   thi Arctic
with hia wifa      i ! I a ���   t   , .
south.
STEWART-HYDER LOCAL KEWS
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and   fc
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J,   P. lis . '  ,  ietor
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Pn n          I foi the    i                     imeeum fo   ��� *>��� trip
.1 return
R ll Blaum. travelling auditor
for the American Bmi Itina &
Refining (. o., lefl on thu Prince
11 foi ths SOUth aftet auUu-
in^ the books ol the Pi snier.
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PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER  23,   1923
The  Portland Canal News
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor ant! Publisher
W. R. HULL
News Fditor
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN   .WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
Advertising   Rates:
Ol
Display Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue.    Reading
Notrees, 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
WANTED-A TRAIL   SYSTEM
FIRST of all, three years ago, the
News pointed out the necessity and advisability of a trail system north of the G.T.P.,
particularly as such would apply to this
district. In the following year considerable data was assembled, and in a series
of editorials this was used in advocacy of a
trail system, that would have for its ultimate objective the opening up of this vast
mineral belt, by following, with trails,
natural routes behind the Coast Range,
connecting Telegraph Creek with Stewart,
continuing south and running through
the agricultural settlements of the lower
Naas, past Kitsumkalum Lake to Terrace,
with a side trail into Alice Arm; thus
traversing several hundred miles of this
famous mineral belt, opening it for prospecting, and facilitating development. By
so connecting these various points, travel
would result, that in turn would keep
them open.
The winter mails for Telegraph Creek
and the Dease Lake country could be taken
in from St wart, thus saving muih valu
able time and money, and bring thv. vast
mineral resources of those great districts
1 a little nearer civilization and more to the
attention of the world.
Since the first appearance of the
articles mentioned, certain steps have been
taken, the first of which was the reopening
of the trail from Stewart to Meziadin
Lake, and the cutting of a rough trail from I
there to Bowser Lake by several trappers
and prospectors, a distance of something
over 30 miles, leading a link to be connected from Bowser Lake to the Telegraph
trail of some 20 odd miles. The, at that
time, suggested trail from Meziadin Lake
to Alice Arm has been roughly cruised,
and a feasible route located.
Now that the Provincial Legislature
is again in session, this is an opportune
time to discuss these developments, and it
is to be hoped that the government will see
its way clear to lay out for this section a
trail system building program.
It is a well known fact that if a trail
is going to be kept open, it must have
travel, and to get this must run from
somewhere to somewhere, and not just out
in the wilderness and left a blank end.
No new country can ever be developed
without trails. They are the pioneers of
all great transportation systems the world
over. Development in a new country is
stagnated, unless its government has
foresight enough to endorse and carry out
a bold and broad trail policy.
(^OI^S^ENEML_STORE
WHEN   WE   SELL YOU
Groceries we give you only goods that we can recommend, for
we are not looking lor your grocery patronage for a day, but
we want vou to continue trading with us. Ihat I the reason
we ��trive'to satisfy every customer. Give us a trial order.
BFST   QUALITY   GOODS   FOR   YOUR  CHRISTMAS   COOKING
PROFESSIONAL   CAKlls.
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
����� 0. Und Survey,,
STEWART, B (���
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.
PORTLAND CANAL LODSE
L- ��- O. m. 1218
Meets every 1st  and 3rd Thun
days, Stewart and Hyder
DR. ALFRED II.  BAYN8
Dental Surgeon,     IMUNu: RUPERT
BBLOBRSON    BLOCK
A.   ANDERSON
Cobbler and Shoemaker
Btbwakt. B.C
Hyder Transfer Co.
STEWART   AND   HYDER
H.   L.   REID   and   LOUIS   LEGO,    Props.
SADDLE   AND   PACK   HORSES
COAL   AND   WOOD
See us for Teaming Contracts       Prompt Deliveries
DR. W. D'ARCY i HACE
PHYSICIAN' AND    ' RGE0N
At Alaska Hoti    ��� ���     tt|,
HYDER,
ALASKA
DR.  C. C. CARTER
DENTIST
Hvder, Alaska.
NO   PESSIMISTS
GIANT     EXPLOSIVES
FOR   METAL   MINING
IT is commonly stated that every district contains its quota of pessimists, and
while it is too much to say that there are
notie in Stewart just because we have not
met them, still one thing is certain���if
there are any, they are Keeping very quiet, i
This, of course, is quiet understandable, |
for it i�� doubtfnl if there is any section of the
province that holds out a more promising future
than does this section.
Next year promises  big  development, with
the Premier in the lead, employing 800 .nen, man;
of whom will he on new construction; 200 mpn at
Maple Ray; a mill and biff payroll  at the Indian; j
largi! development Dn  the  George Copper,   Dun-I
well,   Fish  Creek,   Georgia  River, Porter-Idaho,
In-'eper.c'erce, Daly-Alaska, and a large number!
of others that might be termed   the   new   crop.
With this in sight is it any wonder that there are
NO   PESSIMISTS   IN   STEWART?
The use of the right grade assures better work and cuts  the
cost ot  mining.
Giant Powder Company of Canada, Limited
602 Hastings Street West, VANCOUVER, B.C.
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
Leading  hoti l in ��� ��� . *;
BRITISH CO I
II. !l. ROCHES   ! It,  Mi
European Plan
BOUSE WIRING
ELECTRICIAN
H. HOOTON
McLeman iV Hooten
Baldwii   H
-Exchange Grill-
J. P. Hawkinson. Prop.
We Cater to the G EN ERAL Public
We Pay Our Bills  and
CARRY ON!
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables from the South
Every Week
01   ;
LAfiD AG I
pr?.:. .
United States Funds
THE BANK OR MONTREAL has a system of direct
private wires between its leading offices in Canada
and its offices in the financial centres ofthe United States.
These facilities enable the Bank to provide unexcelled
service and to give its customers the advantage of dose
competitive rates on the purchase and sale of United
States Funds.
Interest   at   highest   current   rates   on   all   Savings   Deposits.    Small
Accounts ice/come.
STEWART BRANCH
R. T. Crosby, Manager
BANK OF MONTREAL
Established over 100 years
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FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
GUARDIAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. QUEEN FIRE INSURANCE CO
NATIONAL  FIRE  INSURANCE CO.
NORTHERN    FIRE    INSURANCE    CO,
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Founders ancl Original Owner*
of STEWAKT TOWNSITE, .
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a^h! Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Aftfttl
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FRIDAY,   NOVEM.ER
23,
1923
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
DUTHIE BONDS
DOREEN GROUP
H.  ZEFFERTT
BKAMAN BLOCK - - STEWART B. C.
BREAD CAKE
SPECIAL ORDERS TAKEN
LIGHT   LUNCHES
ICE ('REAM
STEWART   BAKERY
CAMPBELL & DUKE        ...        -
PASTRY
Mntrating mill and other necessary equipment for the exploitation of thi�� promising property.
Mr.   Cronin   left   Telkwa   en
Sunday   morning   to   spend the
i winter at his home in  Spokane.
The Fiddler creek group, ne��ri _TRterj0r News.
Doreen,   better   known   as  thei���	
Knauss    property,    has    been MINERAL ACT
bonded by J. F. Duthie, and will Certificate.of:Improvement*.
| NO I ICE
be thoroughly developed, A. J. j Eldorado, Silver Thought Fractional
Paul M I? ht-i'-r. In /-V-avo-o ' *n- Sllver Tl>u*-Kht flo. 2 Fractional
baul,   M. h..   being in   charge, j Mineral Claims, situate in the Portland
Mr. Duthie made a mine  out of Canal Mining Division of Cassiar District.
the   Henderson     property    near     Where located:-Salrnon  River Val-
Smithers, which  is   now   being j le��AKE NQTICE ^ ^   Frederick
worked by the  Guggenheim  in-  Nash, of Terrace, B. C, Free Miner's
.    l ertiflcate No. 56677C, acting as agent
terests.       His    consulting    engl-   I'm-Thomas  V.   Wilson,   Free  Miner's
n    t*.   r>     a- . i ���  Certificate   No.   4(1797,   intend,   sixty
neer is G.   D. B.   Turner,   also dayB from the date hereof> toai,p|ylo
engineer for the Indian mine in *���| *?"""* Recorder for a Certificate
.'it improvements, for   the  purpose   of
this district.    Mr. Turner  has a obtaining a Crown Grant of the above!
I claims.
faculty for picking winners, and     And further teke notice that aetion_ |
in   all   probability   the   Fiddler I "n$ef -**-��* 85> *���*--*������* be. -%m^-^\
���                  * before the issuance of such   Certilicate:
creek   property   will  be on the of Improvements.
...         ,���  .    ,    c         , A '    Dated this 2Uth day  of  September,
shipping   list   befor*   long. A(a. d. 1923.                               21
large  amount  of   development
w rk has been done in the past,
and   four   miles of wagon road
built, which will have to be ex- N
tendoc
We have  just opened our   Restaurant  in   the  Northern
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
RENOVATED AND NOW OPEN
HYDER HOTEL
FOR BUSINESS
HYDER
ALASKA
Under management of JIM DALY
FRESH MILK
SOFT DRINKSj BABINE
CLOSED FOR WINTER
Proprietors
NEWELL ROOMS
THE
W.   L.   NEWELL.   Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.    Barber Shop in Connection.    Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Solo Tables
Rooms,   $1     PER    DAY
-KIDDIES-
look! OH! LOOK!
Lovely Xmas Toys at
| GIBSON'S
Save Postage on Parcels by baying at
GIBSON'S
Xmas Presents of all kinds at
extremely reasonable prices at
GIBSON'S
COME and SEE!   COME and BUY!
MINERAL  ACT
Certificate  of Improvements
NOTICK
Georgia, Georgia No. 1 and Georgia
o. 2 Mineral Claims,  situate in   the
two   miles to  reach th*  Portland   Canal    Mining   Division   of
( assiar District,
mine. ,. Where    located:���On    the    eastern
  slope of the Colling   Range   of   Moun-
mrvxT t xt��� a ains and about seven miles from the
BUIN AINZA | mouth of Georgia River.
TAKE   NOTICE  that   I.   Frederick
Nash, of Terrace, B. C,  Free Miner's
  C irtifieate No. 50ti77C, acting as agent
. I for The Georgia River Mining Co. Ltd.
James C ronin has reported the   \7 P   L.,   Free Miner's Certificate No.
down     of     the     Babine    r' I''. Clarence E;   Jarvis   Kreo Ali.HT-
,       .. i erttffcate  No.  59975;   Edward   Fish,
Bonanza   mine   tor  the season. | Free Miner's Certificate No. 6439 and
The   development   work   of the  I'*���������'.} }\"P*-': 1''!Ve'Miner's Certificate
. .   ., .        No. 6163K .   intend,   sixty   days   from
year   was   oonnned   to   drifting; the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
south on the main vein.     In  200  R nl,r ,'"1' ;l Certificate of Improve.
, , ,     , , ments, tor the purpose of obtaining   a
feet the work   has   openod   up a  Crown Grant of the above claims.
tine shoot of good   ore,    the   dis-      And further take notice that  action,
pnvprv   nf    which     rpmr*v**<*   nil   ln��ier section 85 must   be   commenced
covery   or   wmcn    removes   ail (before the issuance of such Certificate
doubts regarding the continuity uf improvements
of the ore at depth.    The ore is -��*** this lst (ia^ of Octobor- ���
320  feet,   on   the   slope of the 	
closing
STEWART DAIRY \ SODA FOUNTAIN
J. CAMPBELL.
PROPRIETOR
Home Made Ice Cream Fresh Milk
and   Buttermilk
ICE    FOR    SALE
Cream
gEAMAN BUILDING       One Door West of Grey & Wilson
Crawford   Transfer   Company
I GENERAL   FREIGHTERS I
'A
vein, below the ore body in   tun-1
! nel C, the n��xt tunnel above.
The next expenditure   will   he
devoted to the ouilding of a con
MINERAL  ACT
Certilicate of Improvements,
NOTICE
Irwin Mineral Claim, -it lated in   the]
GOOD SADDLE AND PACK HORSES
COAL POWDER
ACETYLENE WELDING      GENERAL BLACKSMITHING
Mining
of
POWER
WATER
Wiring,   Plumbing
Stewart Public Utilities
(Limited)
APPLY    POWER   HOUSE
S. E. PARKER
Ford Sales & Service
STEWART MEAT MARKET
J. SCOTT,
Manager
Portland   Cana
i lassiax District.
11    Where located:   Adjoining  pro,   -i-.
I of Premier Gold   Mining   Company   in
T  T/~i OTP i Ca   ade I reek Valli v.
1_JLVJ_1_ ike notice that Dalby   B.   Mo
.n-T nnit/MTn pf Stewart, 17 C, acting: aa agent   for
rELEPHONE ID. K    Shewan,   Free  Miner's i
cate   No.   72341C   and   N. 1. Burdick,
Free Miner'ti   I - rtificate    No.
intends, sixtj da* a from the i
of, to appl) i" the Mil ing Record
a (lertincate of 1 mpi o\ emi      ,   for th.*
Storage Batteries Chargedit^b80evfcfab��ninB8CrownGrant of
And furl I
undt-r section B5, musl be   commi
before the issuai ci i I uch   Certificate
of Improvementa,
Dated this 23d daj mber.A. 11.
1923. -'I
LAND   Al T
���
hi-ii  -t  of l i
T \KK notice thai ��� \,   Mai
art, B. I | ation
Mi        i
to |
Can
Noi ih iiti
1 i i - W ���.
*-i\tv el
bound
and the Ni I
i
menl K foi t) ai
CHARL1     \ ll
D. I     i
I late, 10 O
STEWART, R C.
HYDER, ALASKA
The only first-class and up to date hotel in the Portland
Canal  district
Hotel King Edward
STEWART.
H.  C.
ning Hot and Cold Water.     Baths.      All the con-
niences of the city.    I >ii ing Room in connection
European plan $1 per day and up
W.   II.    rOLIN        -      -      Manager
Large Si ick of FORD
Always On Hand
RBPAIM Ql i' ki i anu Li i n ii NTI 1
P 11  Box 88, Pi Inea Rupert, B i
POOL!
UNI
1 ��� oi .siiaim-iK-k  Hami ind  BacoM, 8weet Pickles Sauer
I'       ��nd Dills    froth   i-i-.li,   Beet,   Mutton, Pork, ai d Pa
i'1 m our (iv, n cuiii storage,
P.   BURNS   &   CO.
TRAVERSY   BROS.
pttwttt Paint Shop Sign*
l'aintin��;       Paptr Hanging
OTTAWA   BDILOINCj KOI mil tfTKELl
Vim can pati i pleasant h
PLAYING POOL
11
al tbfl Hulel St.
i
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HYDER
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IN
PORTER-IDAHO SYNDICATE
AUK NOW OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC AT PAR
I ( , pad ta tha poll t a i era actual
���nt ��� in  bo itidortakoa
and it ia to facilitate this that a LIMITED M UBII
ui i mis v, ill i��c sold.
THIS IS Till  l 1ST OPPORTUNIT* THI PI BUG
WILL !IA\ I.  m INVEST IN THIS PROPERTY
110.00   BAI II
.���. . bi    la or Bl 1      1924
k Value  i
i -ui ProMrti ''
I OH i IATIUN 31
(Idv Por Itr or H.W.M. Rolston
it ��>
PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER  23,   1923
BELLVIEW   HOTEL, Ltd
HYDER,    B. C.
ALL NEW EVERYTHING DONE FOR YOUR COMFORT
ELECTRIC LIGHTS    TUB AND SHOWER BATHS
$1    PER   DAY
Phone 4 Long Mrs.  Helen  Bell,  Manager
Vince Lade left on the Prince
Rupert Sunday for the south.
The U. S. Forestry boat  Tahn
Sunday on a trip to Seattle j arrived in Hyder harbor Tuesday.
Mrs. J. L. Campbell of Hyder     The    steamer    Northwestern
LOCAL   NEWS
George M,-hlfeld of Hyder left
OCEAN   VIEW  HOTEL, Limited
HYDER -- B.  C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
All Modern Conveniences -Kaths, Electric Light
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos, Peterson Pipes
BALL AND BANQUET ROOM IN CONNECTION
Catering to Large and  Small Parties.
MRS. FLORENCE SMITH, Manager Tel.    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
left Sunday for a visit outaide.
Hugh B. McGuire is expected
to return from the east next
Sunday.
Blanton, proprietor of the Silver
Grill in Hyder, left Sunday for
will lea\e Seattle for Hyder and
northern ports December 1.
C. A. Banks,  manager of the
B.  C.  Silver, returned   Sunday
Morley Shier, representing the ' from a business trip to Vancou-
Giant Powder Co., was e round- :ver.    He was accompanied  by
tripper on the Camosum. j Mrs. Banks.
Road   Superintendent   George     Miss Mable Blanton, who has
Young    and   Engineer   J.    A.  been visiting her brother, Walter
Stephen   returned   on   the   Camosum Monday night.
Dr. H. A. Whillans,  physician Iher honie in Seattle,
and   surgeon;   consultations   at]    Jesse J. Kahn, president of the
office of Stewart General  Hospi-' Daly   Alaska  Mining   Co.,   ar-1
tal, 10 to II a.m., and by appoint-' rived Sunday  from Vancouver,
ment. | It is understood that he visited
The Hyder Transfer Co., or- the camp in connection with the
ganizedin 1919 by Harry Reid proposed reopening of the com-
and Louis Legge and last year party's property,
taken over by the latter, has! Will Cameron, po3tmaster,
been transferred to William Me- customs collector and justice of
Grew who is now conducting the the peace, left Sunday for Van-
business. M. R. Jamieson is as- couver on his holiday. During
seriated with Mr. MoGrew as his absence Walter Broad will at-
office manager. [tend to the customs duties,  and
Miss Phyllis Cameron will carry
j on at the postoffice.
NOW   IS   THE   TIME
TO    THINK   OF   THAT
ChristmasPresent
WE   HAVE   ON   HAND   AND   COMING
Just What You Want
YOU   WON'T   FAIL   TO   PLEASE   IF   YOU
LOOK   OVER   OUR   STOCK
McLEMAN & H0OT0N - S-^aJM
TOURIST   ROOMS  NOW OPEN
An [deal Home to bring your Mother, Sister
Special   Weekly  Kates
JACK   YOHN,   Proprietor       ....        STEW.
17 ('
MINERAL ACT
Certilicate of Imnrovements
NOTICE.
M. C, M. C. No. 1, Lucky Jim, Nine
of Hearts, Nine of Hearts No. 1, Briton, N. H. Fractional, Nine Spot Fractional, M. C. Fractional, M. C. No. 1
Fractional Mineral Claims, situate in
the Portland Canal Mining Division of
Cassiar Dist.nct,
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. 4t>05, intends, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a j
Certificate of Improvements, for the j
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of !
the above claims. i ���
And further take notice that action, I-
under section 8,5, must  be   commenced
before the issuance of such   Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 2G day of October. A. D.
1928. 2(1
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $76,542,203,
Lode Gold, $109,647,661; Silver. $59.814;266, Lead. $51,810,89l'
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
Tlir substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Province
is strikingly exhibited in tlie following figures, winch show tne value
of production for successive flve-y.-ar periods: For all years to 18U5,
inclusive, $94,547,211; for five years, 1896-1900. $57,607,967; for
five years. 1901-1905, $96,509,968: Tor five years. 1906-1910, $125,-
'a'.i 1,474; for the years, 1911-1918, 1142,072,003; for five years,
1915-1920, $189,022 725; 1021. $28,066,611: for the year 1922,
$35,158,843.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, 1339,280,940
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and  fot'ittxim if    Neabiti
not |0 per oent. of the Province lias been even prospected; 800.000  Certitu-at.- No. tilMtfa
, , , ii , i , r ree .Mioit s ( i rtilical
i- miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land an open tot pros-
paotiaft
lin- mining lav.*- of Hu- Prc-vimse are more liberal ami the f>-e��
lower than tboM of any other Province ha the Dominion, or "">
Colony in tha Brltieh I mpire
Mineral location! art granted to dteoovereri for nominal fees.
���    ntlea are obtained by developing lueh properties, security of which is guaranteed l>y Crown Orante.
1 II information, together with M.iniig Report! aud Maps, may
fee obtah -"-nig
I IM   HON. 1 UE MINIS rEROI MINPS, Victoria, Britiah Columbia.
NEW SUPPLY
French Perfumes
Powders
Shampoos
FULL LINE OF DRUGS
VENETIAN STATIONERY
Stewart Drug Store
WE WANT . .   .
YOUR BUSINESS
We carry an abundant stock of table m      cities
and pure food products and we bi ek y< ui i
age on a basis of absolute merit. Lei us ���
GREY  & WILSI
Beaman I'l ��� ���; . \:.i
HOTEL ST.RE
Cor. Dunsmuir and Seymour,   VANCOUV
Recognized Stopping Place for Peoph
Portland (anal District
T.J. Grant   -   PROPRIETORS   -   VV. W. H
tht
[10$.
1*A_*
COAST STEAMSHIPS
S. S. PfilNCI RITKKT
OU PRINCE GKORC-K
I     in   BTtWAKT,   for   PRINCI   K1TKKT,   IwtMM 9*f,
'       *Vt 1.1 , Vannm*,, r, Victoria, K*rattle
12.00 i
8. S.   PUINCI-; JOHN
rOH
U i.- (j    ... ,    i,
i   iu
imber
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Cbarln, Charles No. 3 Fraction, Virginia Fraction Mineral Claims,   situate
in the Portland Canal Mining  Di*
of Caviar District.
Where located:   South fork of Glacier Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that Dalbj B. Morkill, ui Stew art, B. C, acting ���   a
abitt, Free Minei'��
nd Andy Arch
ate No. 61566 intend, sixty days fron the date h
to apply to tli<- Minim? Recorder foi a
Certificate of Improvements for tbe
purpoae ef obtaining a Crown Oram oi
ii,. n!uj\,' claims.
And further take notice thai  ��� -
under B, must t.<   eoramem-eil
��� ��� of  such (', rtiln-.it.
"f Improvement
Dated    thia    1 I   da)    of  October
A.D. i
E.   ARMSTRONG
GENERAL....
FREIGHTER
TEAMS     PACK HORSES
STEWART.
B. C.
UNION STEAMSHIP CO, OF B.
p
Ui
t.b. s.  CARDENA bails from  STEWART
every   MONDAY  AT  10 p.m.
PRINCE RUPERT   ... kan i wis    VAN!
NORTHBOUND i- m * V AN! OUVER i w I ���
"   PRINCERUPERT
ron ALII l. ARM, ANYOX am. STEVi
Kxi-i'llent Pa \'-.-^iiiimi-ini ��� I ��� i r.
Prince Ru| >-i I Agi \ e., PI
Head Offices,   I   ion Dock, Ft. Carrel! St., Vaacou
JOHN   WANDER
I!A RUHR
Tourist Rooms, Stewart
MINERAL Al :
Certificate nl Improv. menu.
, |l t
Pn ri No.   1,   Prei
' _'.    l'l.-iiiui   I...-.
I .    i
U   - .4.1. Y taction, I rue Bhta,
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TAKE NOTICE tlm  U
t Itewarl   B  I     acting h- . .
for   Hrsrni. r   <.-        M       .    >
Limited, Km Mtix r'i C
���iltStC,   intend,   ml*   dayi   io hi  ti,.
iUU   te fi of,    t in   llu   M
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for I ng s
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CRESCENT
Fl UNISHED    ROOMS
HYDER.   -   B.C.
RATES II.    II. H. HU I.
SILVER    GRILL
Coder New Management
Call and See
JACK and MAC
For First-class Meals
OPEN UNTIL 2 a.m.
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HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
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