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THE NEWS WILL RPEP
���on HOSTED ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OP THE
nNFS_$6.00 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.
/OL. 3, NO. 37
sosr
GOES TO LONDON
-Iter From B.O. Erickson.
Refutes Bob Martin's
Statement-Manager Admired the Samples
The executive of the Stewart
tizens' Association met in the
ewell building on Wednesday
ening, and a number of matters
importance were discussed
1 dealt with.
The first business dealt wjth
U a  letter   from   G.  A. Mc-
icholl of the G. T. P. in Rupert,
which it was stated that the
{mpany are not in a position to
oply the tariff of steamship
sight rates as requested by the
tizens association.
Considerable    discussion    en-
ied; the   result  of which was
iat the association is going fully
to the matter of freight   and
|_s*enger   rates   to   and   fr.-m
e wart.
The next letter read, was one
om B. 0. Erickson, in reply to
I tter from the president, H.
I'. M. Rolston, who had written
r. Eiicks m regarding the report which was supposed to have
n circulated by Bob Martin of
iyder to the elf eet that the ore
hibit sent from Stewart to the
merican Mining Congress expo
.tion. was not exhibited, bul
as thrown away into a junk
ile. In the interest of all cpn-
'rned The Portland Canal News
'as requested to publish Mr.
'���icksoii's letter, which appears
reutideJ;
712 West End Avenue,
New York City.
January 18th, 1922
��� W. M. Rolston, l>q.
Stewart. B. C.
*y Dar Mr.  RolitoltJ    Your
jterof December 29 to  band,
��two Portland Canal News',
F which 1 thank you.   It is no
l'AS ike the news  from   home,
[M the-taper seems like an  old
'���������-���   I expect to stay in New
Wc another  month   or   more.
N't see how Hob Martin could
I thai the  ore   whs   not   ex-
111 '���   1 saw him in  th. Con-
p-Wtel.Chiatgfca week af
[we expoaltion was over.    He
Nt-hestw the ore exhibit,
Ut thi'i'c
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 10   1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
._     was no one  to explaii
.here i���^"���1
!l,|d what property It came
P- As yog will rem mber 1
��M Stewart Citizens' as.soci
P "ow hospitahn Rochester,
""������ when 1 found 1 would not
��*��� to attend tht exposition.
pttfthaj had sent the ore
what to U.i about it.    On re-
ll��2Lw th,rt theyhad 8e,,t
r�� and flir rne to get it ex
Cr' lwi,-<-<-.*ohn_.. Miller,
w "-*-��"nt of expoaiuon, to
L, '"'' 1,ut011 display ami
EJL ' Mn.i.e. incurred t��
hy..   $[****-'   ausoeiation,
mZ,{ "?-** ****m **
meh" bud U,e ore exhibited
the best he could, and took people
around to see it, but could not
explain anything about the district. Am going to Washington,
D. C, from here. When there
will call on E. C. Porter, convention manager American Mining
Congress, 841 Munsey building.
He was convention manager in
Chicago. He told me the ore
was displayed, and thought it
was fine looking samples. Will
get a letter from him stating the
< re had been exhibited. I have
the ore in storage in Chicago.
Would be pieased if you will advise me at once what you want
done with same.
I am recovering in good shape
and feel fine. We both wish you
and all frierr-te a very bright and
prosperous New Year. Yours
truly, B. 0. Erickson.
As the ore is stored in Chicago,
it was decided to accept the offer
contained in the following letter,
and instructions were given to
write Mr. Erickson acquainting
him of the facts and requesting
that he ship the exhibit to the
| Imperial Institute, London; also
j accompanying maps, photos, etc:
London, E. C,
November 7, 1921.
II. W. M. Rolston, Esd., Portland
Canal News, Stewart:
Dear Sir:   Referring   to   you'
letter of September 10, as but
little publicity would resuk from
these samples being exhibited in
my office, I  have communicated
with the Imperial Institute thinking   that   there they would rind
the   most   useful   home   in the
empire.
1 send you herewith reply received from ihe Imperial Institute, but \ery much question
whether ��8. 10, 0, will defray
the cost of packing and transport. Of course this mainly depends on the weight of your
! samples.
If  this  sum   is not sufficient
i please say what tbe cost  will   be
land  I   will   communicate   again
>\ith    the   Imperial      Institute.
Yours faithfully,
A. II. VARNIER.
The next matter dealt with
was tbe entertainment efforts of
the association. Mr. Harris was
authorized to select a committee
to assist him, and to reduce or
enlarge the size of the orchestra
as his committee see lit. The
general opinion was that any entertainments put on must be
made to pay. One or two minor
|matter* were thus th alt with;
after which the mealing adjourned.
. . STEWART   LOCAL   NEWS .
Remember St. Patrick's dance.
H. Horstman is now employed
at the Premier's camp 4.
Mrs. McGrath of Hyder left
for the south on the John, on
Sunday.
Found- Tin of coffee. Owner
can have same by applying at
News office.
Archie Patterson left for Prince
Rupert on the John, Sunday, and
returned on the Chilliwack, on
Thursday morning.
Guy Davis of the Canadian Explosives arrived on the John last
Sunday. After paying a vist'to
tlie Premier mine and the Silverado, he left on the Chilliwack
for Anyox.
James Carey and Harry Lancaster, employed at the Silverado
for three months, are enjoying
Stewart life this week. Carey
has properly in the Mayo district
and intends going to that camp.
Judge James Murray, who has
been shifting at the Premier for
the past eitfht months, came
down to Stewart, Wednesday
night, to enjoy city life for a
few days. At the present time
there's nothing too good for the
judge.
Pat Benson has returned from
Vancouver, coming in on the
tug Tartar frnm Anyox, Monday.
Pat came in for the purpose of
looking over the camp at the
Lucky Boy on Fish Creek, preparatory to the commencement
of an extensive development pro
Keep on tap St. Patrick's day
���best dance of the season,
Dan Gillis came down from the
Premier. Wednesday, to enjoy
the sunshine in Stewart.
F. W. Dowling. district superintendent of telegraphs, came in
and out on the John last Sunday,
on an inspector's trip.
The Union Steamship Co's
steamer Chilliwack arrived in
port early Thursday morning
with a cargo of coal for the Crawford Transfer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Newell were
among the outgoing passengers
on the John last Sunday, going
out to Vancouver on business.
They   expect  to   return on the
John Hovland went to Ketchikan on the Taku last week.
An open season for beaver has
been declared from February 1
until May.
Charlie Bibeau and Alex Mc-
Phee are down the canal on a
trapping trip.
Frank Hellenback, who is employed in the Premier assay
office, returned on the John last
week from the south.
Leonard Waide came down
from the Premier for the purpose
of making a start on his contract
for the enlarging of the dock
and warehouse.
G. A. McNicholl and R. Beaumont of the G. T. P. steamship
service, paid Stewart a visit
during the stay of the John last
week.
Lawrence & Workman made a
start this week on the new Bank
of Montreal   building,   on   Fifth
GOOD PROGRESS
PREMIER MINE
Tram Line Developments.
Houses for Married Men.
Customs Officer -- First
Bullion From District
ihext boat.   _________________________
i   a   mu-u-ii   ������..���-,,-.. ���(- +u���'ot Montreal   Dunaing,   on   rum
J. A. Mitchell, surveyor at the wnH        *, d
fh'T f,1"^'w'h'^Lv   ,nH S William   Mdntominey   are   em-
the hill on Wednesday, and  left I   ,_,,_.,_ ,,,_.    J
bv the Chilliwack forthe south,  ployed on the *ork. _
He has been up at the mine c,m !    The   Albert  arrived   ln   Port
tir.uously   for   18   months,   but
recently   he  has   been   in   bad
early  on   Sunday morning last
with  about    20    passengers���a
centiv   ne   nas   oeen   in   oau i , - ���-_---
jalth, ar.d has gone outside for! number of whom were making a
short time to recuperate. round trip from  Rupert.    While
hea   ^^^^^^
a short time to recupe
Wednesday afternoon, after 15
minutes heavy snowballing, the
gitls' brigade captured Fort
Stewart from the boys, and held
it until the shades of night were
falling fast. Several heaw balls
were dropped cn pedestrians as
they kiked along the busy
thoroughfare.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mahood
left on the John, Sunday. "Mr*
Mahood will remain in Vancouver!
here the high gear on one of the
winches broke, necessitating the
winch to be operated on the low
gear only, with the result that
that she did not get away until
7:30 in the evening, several hours
later than her intended departure.
Popular Couple Wed
Albert B. Armstrong of Stewart and   Miss. Agnes   Cullivan,
The Premier tram line is now
working very satisfactory, bringing down 120 tons of *ore every
eight hours.   The ore  is separated according to grade at the
bunkers, the lower grade being
deposited in ore bunker for shipment to the smelter at Anyox,
and higher grade  put  into another  for  shipment to Tacoma.
Power for the tram line and the
mill being limited  the  tram   is
operating two shifts and the mill
one in the day.    While the tram
is operating it is not yet complete
in   every   detail;   among   other
things that have still to be added
is an automatic   oiling   machine
which   will   travel  continuously
over the line oiling the carrying
cable.    This mochine is so made
that it oils only when in  motion;
hood win remain in vaiiL-uuvri - .-���_..--.    	
'^^ nn^that nrnnertv some time Mn business for some six   weeks..! formerly of Boston, Mass., later thus there }_ n0 waste of  --,   in
S_S%S^^tT!!e Mrs. Mahood will proceed to Cali-: of Stewart   were united in   mar- ;
SvlTwill  arrive early in that fornia.   where   she  expects   to riage   by   U.   S.   Commissioner l'1*Ld
month with an enginper to  look spend   some   months   with   M Jofa Frame of   Hyder,   Alaska,   being left out   on   thc   line.    A
ove- the nropertv and lav out the parents,   returning   to   Stewart      _-M   .��_ .  __._..____ I ,_.���_���    ���_.,--
work for the coming season.        | when the snow has gone.	
PREMIER   BUYS   CLAIMS
The Premier Gold Mining Company recently
purchased a group of seven claims from E. J.
Fader, of Winnipeg, according to records in the
Mining Recorder's office. The claims are situated at the eastern end of the Premier mine,
and are known as the Premier Extension No.
1, 2, 3, 4, the True IJlue Fraction, Extension
Fraction, and the Gloria Fraction. The terms
of the deal involved are not available.
on the afternoon of Saturday, ,48x60 warehouse is at present
February 4. Mr. and Mrs. W. under construction near the head
R.   Tooth   were  present at the!.f  th_   tram<   ���_   which  ���_ algo
ceremony.    A reception was held ,   . ,    ,      ,  -
being constructed a bonded warehouse. This will enable the company   to haul   all  their freight,
in the evening at the Ocean View
hotel, at which the large number
of friends of the popular couple
*at Rale -Knitting HuhlM, with all The Misses Hall returned to
u.Miori.8 Pi ic ��6. App'y Si watt ny(jer on the John, .Sunday, I rom
New* I ompeny
Mrs.   r'ret
-_-__-__--_--_-���    3r>
Young   and    son
Shirley left for the south on the
John last Sunday.
Dan McDonald recently wen!
Lp  *.-   ,i,. Premier mine and i_
utiw emplo. e.
der ground al No. 1 camp.
The tun Tart ir arrived
11      Monday, witha 400 ton
to take  the  hrsi
grade
,,, a machine  un-
from
were present, dancing being kept; such as groceries, powder, oil
up until a late hour. The groom ! drums, etc., in over the tram;
is well known both in Stewart l_n)y th_ ,_.__._ pieceg of machin.
and Alice Arm.   having spent a! ^ ove_   the   _oad
number ot years in   both  places., t
i The bride is a niece of Harry Artlcles in bond will be put in
Thomey of Stewart, and came j the bond shed. A customs offi-
out to visit her unc!e, last fall, cer will be permanently stationed
from Boston. at this warehouse for the purpose
_     ~77T~."~Ti of  looking   after   these   goods.
Buvs Mist Group ., .. .,       . ...
J Mails to and from the mine   will
Roland W. Wood,   one   of the    .     , , .,    ,.
_u-i-.uu . also be transported over the line,
owners   of   the   Premier, and a
resident of Fernie, recently pur- lhe ����*W have a lar*e
ehaaed the group of six claims,building program under oontem-
knownaathe Mist, from Dalby Iplation, it being tbe intention to
B. Morkeil and William Filliar, this summer to construct a large
both of Stewart.     The group is mimlnT -j houses for the u3e  of
situated on the high ground east .   , , ..
Mttiduu ui *       &   is married men who  are  in   their
and   adjoins   the   B. C.   bilver,
which recently   changed   hands.  ��'����-pl��y-
No information as   to   terms   or     The   workings  in number one
an extended holiday in the souh
Walter Broad   hit   for Prince
Rupert on the Chilliwack, l'hurs-
lay.     He   expects   to   be away
iboilt a week.
Timber  Inspector K. D. Mull*-,---.  ***_^^^^^^^^^^
lollandof   Pnnce   K'.pert paid ; price on ihe Mist deal are al hand and two tunnels are now practi
Another IKal
Captain James Anders* n, vice-
president of thu Silverado Mining
Co., and Captain John Irving,
recently purchased the one-
(juaiter intercut owned by Al
Harris in the Mobile group. I his
group, ui which H. P.Uibson and
Louis  Lagga stiil   retain their
interests, is situated un the  Mil
side of I- ur tiver, in at   lhe   lop
of  tha   ndge souib oi   Gla
creek,  and   within   thrae   miles
i of Stewart,
Anyox.
scow, in w , .     .
shipment ol Premie low
orei to the smelter at Anyox.
r T Baker ot the as-ay Arm
0f Clothier* Baker, returner1 -
Sunday from an extended
; -ip-jiure trp outside,
neat aim t' -~UIf      ', ..
on
���i-
Stewarl a \ isil during the stay of i
the John last Sunday.
Mr.    Lambert,    public   works
engineer,   who   was recently in
Stewart in connection wilh dock
natters, is sick   in  the hospital
:it Prince Rupert.
Harry  Zeffert,   the local   elo��
Mrs Hoguewood ol the Kim
Edward grill- weni to tha hoi
���u2 on Wednesday,   suffer!
i "ltul   ��" ,    I hand   the result              _____
I from an infected nana. ^ ^^ jg<     ^   mvl,t.d   ,  letter   from
of a splinter.       ',,.,������;.���,,        |{lu-h   Mctiuire, who  is  now   in
tally   dry,   owing lo   the recent
Drilling  for Oil wu|.k (in||(. m nuilll)er four> the
Howard    Cameron,    Buperin-
���  .1.    _;i ,  ....i     ,.,i.,u    water a I running   down   to that
tendent ol   the Silverado  mine,
returned   from   Terrace on   the lavel.
Chilliwack   Thursday    morning. A large assay   ollice   is   being
During his stay at Terrace he let I)U,|t i-longside the cyanide plant,
ihierretiirneir fromT Ketchikan, a   drilling   contract   to     Boyle L,^ |t this same building  will be
... the Carmen las. Friday even-, Bros, of Spokane for the Terrace [n|UU#d _   lant fuJ. lhe convert-
Oil Company, Ltd. in   which   Iu- .          .
l_-k.Uk  i.M _ mu o   lhe precipitates  into   bulls interested, and ot which James ��
Anderson is president.     Accord-, lion     This   will   not be  a   pure
ing   to   the  contract drilling is gold bullion; but will  contain   ail
mg    and    reports    having
ather an expensive trip.
Louis   \\ ttkiiis  of Hydei
ad
re-
aesedi by ihe cable on the  Iran     .--..���j.  fr()||l a  ,,,,,���,,K point
lumpino   on    n;   ������ f Vlt.w, |, Lh. best
hives and  .'��� '
���bout   one   und   one-halt
i rom i io- oi pot at i efface, PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY   10,   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 each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.   Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising Aeeepted for First Page
ALICE   ARM   TRAIL
IN our two previous issues we have
advocated a system of trails for the district of Atlin. Last week we dealt the
northern end; this week we propose to
deal with the south. That is, that section
of the scheme which would run south from
Meziadin lake and continue around to
Alice Arm.
This trail branching off from Meziadin, which would run south skirting the
lake, would be of of great use to the Department of Fisheries in connection with
the fish ladder, which is rapidly falling
into disrepair for the lack of such communication as would be afforded by this
trail. From this point it could take one of
two routes. One following down the west
bank of the Naas river to the farming
settlement in the Ayianish valley, and
there connect with the trail down the
Illiance river to Alice Arm.   Such a trail
ations will be necessary. This is only
natural, and does not affect the general
idea of the scheme in the slightest.
No new country anywhere in the world
can be developed without trails. Trails
are a primary necessity. Better means of
communication follow the trails automatically.
Atlin has greater natural resources
than any other section of Canada of the
same size, and at the same time is easier of
access. These cannot, and never will, be
developed without trails. We, therefore,
appeal to the people of the entire riding
to get together and work for the consummation of this or some similar trail system.
God helps them who helps themselves.
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CANADA'S   FIFTEEN   PER   CENT
ACCORDING to a dispatch from Seattle, the
gross proceeds of the fur industry on the Pribilof
islands during the year 1921 were $796,103, chiefly
represented in the 22,546 seals taken in that
period. Thig has a special interest for Canada
srom the fact that under Article X of the Pelagic
Sealing Treaty negotiated between Great Biilain
and the United States in 1911 Canada was awarded
fifteen per cent of the number of seals killed on
these islands. The total proceeds of the Pribilofs
last year, of course, are not confined to seals, blue
and white foxes, for example, accountingfor $80,-
669, but it is not improbable that the mammals
covered by the treaty contributed approximately
$700,000 of the aggregate in which case Canada's
share would exceed $100,000. Moreover, the seal
population of the islands is increasing noticeably,
the estimate showing an advance from 552,718 in
1920 to 587,820 in 1921.
Service For The Thrifty
Thrift is a habit that should be cultivated
not merely to make provision for the future, but because of a desire for advancement and full achievement, and for the
sturdy independence, the happiness and
the contentment that it brings.
The Bank of Montreal co-operates with
the thrifty by means of a Savings Department in every one of its Branches throughout Canada. In this Department a Savings Account may be suited with any sum
from One Dollar upwards. Interest at
highest current rates is paid on all savings
deposits.
BANK OF MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED MORE THAN 100 YEARS
Stewart Branch: L S. WHITTAK.ER,  Manager.
PESSIMISTIC   TEACHER
A YOUNG man, college trained and interested
in his work, is leaving the teaching profession after fourteen years of activity in British Columbia.
would facilitate the development  of not! In a letter he asks the question:   "Whydoioo,-
only the mineral resources of that section, ;000 teachers leave the profession each year?" and
proceeds to answer it from his own observations.
He found that many of his friends who admired
him personally regarded his work with contempt.
They looked upon a male school teacher as "a sort
of licensed  pest."
NOTE   AND   COMMENT
Boost for home rule for Stewart.    We are big
enough to run our own affairs.
but would at the same time tend to stimulate agricultural settlement of the Naas.
An alternate route to this, which
would serve the mining areas only, and
while possibly more difficult of construction, would be much shorter, would be to
run due south to the foot of Meziadin lake
across to the White river, up it to the
forks, and then up its most southerly
tributary and over the summit to the Kit-       The fellow who marriet & bow-legged girl
sault,   and   down   it to the  head  of the these days has no excuse that he can't see what
railway. he's getting.
The latter route might be very diffi- \      m , ta , _,
��� * Ten vears trom now some of the nations par-
cult from a construction  point  of view;, ticipatin_. in the Washington conference will won-
but would be of greater advantage to the for why they put up such a fight for the retention
prospector.    The   former   suggestion  of of BubmanneB.
running down the Naas would be easier of
Exchange Grill
AND   MEAT   MARKET
OPEN DAYfiH NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies, a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT-'"",'As
Bortnvmt
of Fresh Meats in town.    Call and inspect our Butcher
Shop.    Everything fresh but the employees.
J.   P.    HAWKINSON,   Proprietor
"JAKE'S   CAKE."
construction, and would serve the double
AmundBen Bays he will be able  to foretell Ihe
wealher a year in advance at the North Pole.    So
purpose of developing the known mineral, can we.   There will be ice and snow and a whiter
zone, and at the same time be of assistance i every now and then.
in settling up the agricultural lands of
the Naas.
Alice Arm wants a wagon road constructed into the Ayianish, where there are
already some 14 or 15 settlers. Such a
trail as we suggest above would tend to
still
and
justification for I heir demand for a road
from Alice Arm.
Buck a trail system has been advocated in the.e column* during the present
Premier John Oliver forcibly ejected a mem
her of nn unemployed delegation from his office in
the parliament buildings  the   other  ���!_>���    Thi*
must have been easy for one who has pitched buy,
etc., for so many years.
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  BUTCHlBfl
WK   DO   Nor   BELL   CHEAP   MEAT
DUT   OOOD   MEAT   CHEAP	
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
greater development in that section, VaTPWADT       NFV_/^_      ff\
give to Alice Arm people still greater   ',LWrtKI I1L W .J      LU.
WILSON   Proprietor
II. P
(.ano-'f'a  and   Lowney's   Chocolate*
Stationary      China      Library
and past two issues will be of the greatest All the Very l-atest    Music and Kecorda
possible benefit to the whale ut the Atlin                                          -
constituency,   it  may  be  found lit  the ^ Ag#lll fw thts l-MMtrtoI   UlbmC(tt q********
working out of this Idea that a few al-er ar��d dna-t-an ftaan. i i,>
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART TOWNSITE .  .
H���ai. in.
inl  i-riniMHiuii Iii-**,     -    VltioHlA,   H   *
Real Ealate   Insurant   Mines   Financial Agentx
*oadh *  wiwaw n i-i-ui
UM for salt- in all pans ol Im I JUWAAI LAN. CO., UO.
l.istuiM.of prufMtrliih lur Mb. wanted    I'll It .   .*���!   r..
DALBY B. MORKm
MINING SURVEYOR
B  ('  U��<* Surveyor
STEWART^ B. C.
Dental Surgeon,   PRINcE
BBLGBRBOM
BLOCK
CLOTHIER & BAKER
ASSAYERS
Sti: w art.
B.C.
R.   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
Hyder    -   .   .
"   Alaska
JOHN   HOVI.AXI)
ASSAYKR
HYDER .       .
ALASKA
DR. VV. D'ARCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tamporaly
HYDER.       -       -       .      kLtm
HOTEL PRINCE KITH.
Leadim;  hotel in norther.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
II. II. ROCHESTER, Muifir
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EVERYTHING FROM A NEEDLE
TO AN ANCHOR
POKTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY   10,
1922
Our Groceries are Absolutely
Pure and Fresh. Will stand the
acid test. Assay 16 ounces to
the pound.   Nuf Ced
Salmon River
Trading Co'v
OLD   BLACK   JOE"   UP-TO-DATE
The following was sung at the recent meeting of tha Canadian
Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, held in Edmonton:
Gone are the days when we had our rock and rye,
Gone is the kick from our Mother's good mince pie.
Gone from this land, from this land of ice and snow.
They must have gone away to look for Old Black Joe.
It's going, it's going, for the drys all tell us so,
We'll mourn it long, for it smelt strong
As old Black Joe.
Our hopes revive, the farmers now hold sway,
They grow the rye, we handle rook each day,
Why not combine, our old drinks to renew
We'd get them back again in place of poor home brew.
It's coming, it's coming, we hear the farmers say,
They don't like rye brewed on the sly,
Oh, happy, happy day.
Montana Working
A general resumption of  cop-
Railroad to Mayc
That a railway will be built in*
per and zinc mining has started to the Mayo district in the Yukon
in the Butte district. These
mines were suspended for nine
months because of the low metal
prices. While operations will be
begun on a modified scale it is
estimated thai approximately
10,000 men will be given employment in Montana through the re-
from either Hazelton or White
Horse, is the prediction of T. F.
Congdon, K.C. He thought that
companies operating in the new
silver camp, including the Guggenheims and the Warneke company, would build a railway
themselves,   and  not  wait  for
Hyder Transfer Co.
H.   L.   REID   and   LOUIS   LEGG,   Props.
SADDLE   AND   PACK  HORSES
COAL   AND   WOOD
See us for Teaming Contracts      Prompt Deliveries
King Edward
GRILL	
Under New Management
Home Made Bread
and Pastry
Give  us  a  trial.    If you
like us, COME AGAIN
I. N. HOGUEWOOD, Proprietor
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
FRED DOREY
Manager
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
���
vival   of  mining,   exclusive   of j government   action.     He    ex-
those employed in the small dis-; pressed highest enthusiasm   for
tricts and the prospector type dependent upon the Anaconda
company's smelters at Great Falls
and Anaconda for the treatment
of  their ore.
the Mayo silyer mines.
Working Peters Creek
The Construction Mining company, Quesnel, which acquired
the Colonel Mathers mining pro-
The sacking of the first 100 perty at Pete,.s Creek, has the
tons of ore from the Esperanza ���1��J diggings pumped out, and ex-
mine, Alice Arm, is well hnder pects to De taking out gold in a
way and now that the new  Do- few days.
minion government wharf is com 	
pleted shipping to the Anyox High Grade at Alice Arm
smelter is to commence.
^NEWELL ROOMS
W.    L.    NEWELL,    Proprietor
j Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   Barber Shop in Connection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Solo Tables
PHONE, 1 LONG, 1 SHOUT. 1 LONG
STEWART PHARMACY
QROI-QI A. FRASER
I'roprietor
CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN-BE A MAN
We can Clothe Grandfather, Father, Young Men and
Younger Young Men.   Come in and get dolled up
H.  ZEFFERT, SMITH   BLOCK,        STEWART,   B. C.
NHXT   IMHiK   HANK   <"���'   MONTREAL
The development work on  the
Lion  group,   which   is situated
about   two   and   one half miles
west of Alice Arm,   id  progressing satisfactory.    The  lead  has
been cross-cut at a   distance  of
100   feet   from   the   portal, the
depth obtained   being   70   feet.
In cross-cutting the lead, several
snail   veins  of high grade ore I
were     encountered,      carrying
native silver,    lt is the intention ;
of the owners to follow the hang-
ing wall for a distance of aboul i
30-feet in order to get under thei
surface   showings    from   which
samples   assaying    <">G0    ounces
silver per ton have been taken.
WANTED
Wishing a Lot in Stewart on which to
eventually build business premises, The Portland
Canal News will trade a lot in a choice residential section of Oak Bay, Victoria, for one in
Stewart. The basis of such a trade to be the
assessed valuation of the properties.
Address all communications to
PORTLAND CANAL NEWS
STEWART,    B. C
Stewart
Look at Um '''-I' "I Unti-lt t'olutulna
with -it uiil>i.i"<>! iiiiml.    Kmwhly   Van
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IM>tnt in th,' PolM Kiv��*r country lhal
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which u the natural iiuilrl f��r Mm
whole northern ami i-a-tern interior.
Nearly uv-try ��. nl.-r in MM I'' I I
Kiver lii-lrnt m Ulklllf at iaiiw->
communication with the i'oael.
S|K-M.kiri|j ui tjr.iuil trim, ih-ie mn
thirty-two million, of MM of the
I'lU.tt UlV��r (lUHU t rilonU'l within Mm
Ix'UlMlwn.a of hrlti.h l oluinliia, -ml
more than forty million, ot |MM with
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Considerable   work   is   being
done on the Surprise group at
Alice Arm. This property practically joins the Dolly Varden
mine on the east.
King
Edward Hotel
STEWART,   -   B.   C.
HEADQUARTERS   FOR
IN   PORTLAND   (ANAL
MINING   MEN
DISTRICT...
. . .YOUR   COMFORT, . .
FIRST CONSIDERATION
EUROPEAN   PLAN
. .$1.0(1 l-F.R DAY. .
W.
H.    TOLIN,
Manager
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
(>t> M 9 am. I" 9 I'i'i. (including Sunday.) Meeaagea
delivered in Stewart, B, C,
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(IRANI)   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
MINERAL A> I
Certificate ..i I��� . >r-vemeaU.
Mil ll l
Maylm     mineral      claim.     ��uuat*-
in  Mm Portland Canal  minim dtvieion
t  i'a.-i-i   Ui.iru i      When   located:
Went bank ttneru raal
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. nl lor   Join,    VS Irdla-    .-*W-werl.
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Dated   li.i.    l.-l
A ll 10-1
Sttaiiurs KailiiiK btt^e.n Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Powell
River, Ocean Falls, Bwaaeon Hay, Prinoa Rupert, Anyox, Stewart
and Quean Charlotte Islands.
- ULINOI from PRINCI   IU PI H I   -
IHIKSDAVS   AT   TWELVE   O'CLOCK,   MIDNIGHT,    KOH
BWANION HA\, 0( KAN   I ALLS,   POWIIX RIVER,
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA   AND   UBATTLI
I K()M    I'R1N< I    Ll I'l Ll     1DK   S1KWAR1
l' M Jan -', 19, Cab. -. It, Hareti 2, u;, M
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1 ,,i aUanl      ��� imahip aaiiinpa orfurthei mformation, appli u.
ik Pacific ARenl, or to G  A   MeNu-hull, A-MieUnt
iieral I it.glii and I'aaaenger Agent, Prince dupert, 1 '
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��� rom*m   CANAL  NEWS,   STEWART.   . C   FM����V.   ~4~^   �����   *
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $75,944,203;
Lode Gold, $102,753,823; Silver. $53,668,284; Lead. 46.637,221;
Copper, $161,513,864; Zinc, $19,896,466; Coal and Coke. $212,-
573,492; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $32,168,217; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,037,408; making its.Mineral Production to the end of
1920 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $706,192,978
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this 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, 1911-1915, $142,072,603; for five years,
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1920, $35,543,084.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $331,995,328-
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of unerplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees
lower than those of any other Province in the Dominion, or any
Colony in the British Empire
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, 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.
FISH   ARE   BITIN'
I met a man who wore a smile,
He tramped along a country lane,
I marked the light upon his dial,
And called upon him to explain.
Says he:   "I've been down past the park,
I'll the world it was excitin'���
Take one look here, but keep it dark���
vThe fish are bitin'."
I met a man who wore a smile,
He jaunted on a city main,
I marked the light upon his dial
And called upon him to explain.
"I'm selling oil stocks -what a fark!
The stuff I tell 'em is excitin'���
Pipe this roll here, but keep it dark ���
The fish are bitin'."
\i(
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TRAPPERS
For Your Conveniens
SHUBERT
Opened
VANCOUVER
�� BRITISH    COLUMBIA.
at
says:
rJ
p.
Police! Police! It Rained Keys
i
The devil he sends the wind A Swamp Point man was tell-
That  blows  our skirts   knee!in~ about hig visit to   Victoria.
_      J,* '    , ,     ,       i "I met a wonderful girl, and she
But   God   is   love,  sends   from .    .    ,
i_ j invited me up to her apartment,
Snow in the bad man's eye.      |he was telling the crowd in  the
4*4ot4via{c<l{ G^ttCrt^
JAgy OrtU 4*rttar*Vt+a\~.
���0-**^ <r~tTfS.zJi4    _
m%**m\*m%m\ ff~*i*~i ^ty^ld
ONCE more "SHUBERT"
comes to the front with a
5B,n convenience for fur shippers.
a^   As usual, "SHUBERT" is
looking out for your interest.
In order to eliminate for  you  the necessity of obtaining
export permit and the payment oi royalty���to make it poi*
ti!*le for you to get "more money"���"quicker" (or your
fun, "SHUBERT"' has opened a Fur Receiving Depot at     *T      -**
Vancouver    All you have to do ii PACK UP YOUR IURS AND SHIP
THBM TO A. B. SHUBERT, LTD., VANCOUVER, B C No HiRMlT
REQUIRED FOR SHIPMENTS WITHIN THE PROVINCE.
"SHUBERT" is paying extremely high prices for Muskrat,
Mink, Coyote, Foxes, Marten, Fisher and all other lawfully takenfur-bcirtr*.
We want all the fur�� you can ship, hut v��e must have them- QUICK-to (tt
cltcr 'em and ship 'em to "SHUBERT" as fast as you get 'em.
TODAY SS A GOOD DAY TO GIVE "S3UBERT" A TRIAL
SHIP  ALL YOUR  FURS   DIRECT TO
,A. O . S H U B E R_T>*
THE lAftCEST  HOUSE   Iff THE  WORLD   DEAUUG EXCLUSIVELY In
NORTH  AMERICAN   RAW   FURS
VANCOUVER        DEPT.  116     BRITISH  CO .UMBIA
��
Urn*
t.Bi.V;
-Mrs. Psalm Wriley.
CRAWFORD    TRANSFER
-     FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK   HORSES..
WOOD    AND    COAL
STEWART, B. C. W.   J.   CRAWFORD,  Manager
smoker.    "She told me  when Ij
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        came that night to stand in front
The Man Fainted jof  her  door  and whistle three
A Fort George business man ] times and she would throw down
dropped  into  a  Prince  Rupert J the   key."    "I   did   as she told
me," he added, "and boys, I
never saw so many keys at one
time in all my life."
OCEAN    VIEW   HOTEL
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos
Local Distributor Silver Spring Beer
Ball Room in Connection
Catering to Large and Small Parties
WILLIAM REID TOOTH, Prop. Tel. 5 Short
restaurant late one evening last
week, and after a pleasing introduction, followed <by supper for
two, he escorted the petite young
lady to her apartment. "Just as
I was putting my arm around
her," the Fort George man says.
"a man walked in.   "My Gawch, 	
my husband!" exclaimed the', "Si," said Josh. "I've got a
girl. "Oh, busy, honey?" the! mule with distemp'-r. What did
intruder     remarked.     as     he'
Cure for Distemper
���  Two farmers met on a country
road and pulled_up their teams.
Hotel
Hyder
HYDER, ALASKA
M. R. JAMIE-ION.   Prop.
GATEWAY   TO SALMON    RIVCR
walked out.
J
you give that one of yours when
he had it?" "Turpentine, Gid
dap!" A week later they met
again. "Say, Si, I gave my mule
turpentine, and it killed him."
"Killed mine, too, Giddap!"
Humorous Clothes
Stewart  Hand Laundry
SILK WORK
A SPECIALTY
Fifth Street      Mrs. Harris
MINERAL AiT.
Certificate of I'm; rovemenU.
NOTICE,
"Boundary," "Cabin," "Grab,'
������Grubstake," ' Lucky, ' T:.-Ctn*-
tionn! Fraction," "Daly," "Group,"
mineral claims, sit iati in the 1'uriiaJ
I'anai mining division uf Cum
district. ^^^^^^^^^^
WIiVtc located:   On east fork Castife]
creek, Salmon Kiver valley.
Take   noti e   that  I.   P, S. Jack,
of Stewart, B.C., acting as age t ;.|
Amos B. Trues,   Free  Miner's (ertit-J
cate   No.   I63UC;   Roland W. W-oa,
Free Miner's Certiticati No. 16310C;W,|
R. Wilson, Free Miner's Certificate Nt
L6S12C, and Patrick Daly, Free Einer'i
Cei tificate   No.   5 I3.t5C,     le     lixlj
days I'rem tl e date : ��� re if, to applj te
the Mining Recorder for aCertifi ated
Improven e 11   for the ; ir| ose of ��
taining a Ci ow n (Irani
claima.    An   furtl   i   aki
action, under Bed ��� ���  ��� . '! :>-' '������.
menced   before   I ���      suance I
Certificate of lm| rov< ments.
Dated     this    23rd   day
A.D. 1921.
of July.
10
MINERA1   ACT.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
Cray   Copper
Cray  Copper-^---
ALL   THE   COMFORTS   OF   A   HOME
ARE   TO   BE   HAD   AT   THE
HOTEL  STEWART
s     W.    DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Roomi Comfortably Furnished
Drying Room       Dining Room
RATES,      $100      A      DAY
Very Logical
A tenderfoot was traveling in
Alberta. All he cduld see was
cowboys on horseback rounding
up cattle. Coming to his destination he put up at a small hotel,
where the waitress served him
condensed milk with  his coifee.! for
Seeking the landlord he inquired j farmer       "Use    some     	
the reason,  commenting on  the!, ... '       /      _"'    "_7A\\%^"IS^^^-^i.! ^1?"
* I fancy    things    the   bov    brought I "hcateof Improvementa, for   the   pur-   gte
poae of obtaining a < rown (Jrant of the |'"'f     (;tMirt;i,.lr  ,,_	
home from college."   replied his j above claim*.   Aad further tak*notice S^f Miners' Ceri
.��      1,.,      ,     . that action, under section  85, must   be
w i re. ^^^^^^ ^^���
not make them laugh."
Baths
herds he had seen. "How in
Sam Hill do you expect a man on
horseback to milk a cow?" the
landlord  replied.
MINERAL ACT.
Certilicate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Polybacite Fractional and   Ag   Fractional  mineral   claims,   situate   in  the
Portland I anal mining division of  Cas-,     i.ray   i^uj**--*. ."���"���* jl'.'uo P-rtW
siar district.  Where located:   On south-   mineralclaims, ,,i
east slope of Mount Dilworth. Can  I     mining   dn
i     lake notice that Dalby B. Morkill, ol   district. jJe(
I   can't   find   any   old clothes i Stewart, B.C., acting  as agent.for-Sil-.     When  I    ,t. j���      ^
! ver Crest Mines, Limited, N.I'.L., Free] u|)|isr |U-;u-rr..r -
my    scarecrow,"     said    the | Miner's Certificate No. 508MC,  intend,   rest Glacier, Beai Y m��t_l
,,TT e    a   j sixty days from the date hereof, to hp-I    -^u. n0*,jCe thai   I   u     l!     *,/I
Use    some   of   the|p^ to tia Mintof Reewdar for a Car- Pr|^Min.r.'Ce. '        I
lificate of Improvements, for   the   pur- i <((,u __���/ g   ,      for mysi *.{'
|X)S�� of obtaining a l rown (irant of the I ���'��������. n_r,-crinir  Barbara.
... . ; mat action, miner apcuim  mi, ihum   ,.���.-1 , ._,,,,.. ,\   Savw n
I m trying to SCl-.re crows, | commenced before the issuance of such ' J(m<���"  *'
Comer Auto Transfer
and Jitney Service ....
BETWEEN STEWART
AND HYDER
DAY   AND   NIGHT
(jarage Corner Sixth and Conway
Stand at Stewart Hotel
H   COMER, Manager
Tel. 2 long   1 short
UP   TO   NOW
Author Refuses to Reveal His Identity
Sing a song of six pence.
Cases full of rye;
Four and twenty Yankees
Very, very dry.
When the case was opened,
The Yanks began to sing
"To hell with Yankee Doodle,
"But Cod Save the King."
Certificate of Improvements
Dated   this   luth   day   of
 IA.D.HP.
Auguet
I     __  ..-.*****************
 I Recorder' for a C< ri
,,,  Mil
I
uys frcm
Slim*
No
i tificate No    ���
\ naaon,   Free   ��   '',     ,
_8Tf>C,   intend
date hereof,  '-. :"'!''.���,,',,, ���f |n<
ments.   for  the
a down GrBni
And further tal
���
undei wctioi
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
NOTARY   PUBLIC
STEWART, -    -     B. C.
Wm.   FRASER
BuildingContractor
Estimates FurnUkmd --   Work Guaranteed
STEWAKT. B.C.
YOU   ARE   GAMBLING
IN   THE   FUTURE
IT'S    NOT   BUSINESS
A calamity may happen to you tomorrow. You may die, be burnt out, or
become an invalid for life. Huve you madti anv provi.ion against this? If not,
do it now. You cannot afford to wail another minute. Let one of the following
large companj��* carry the risk:
(JUARD1AN -THE INSURANCE CO. QUKKM KIKK INHDRANCK C(i
NATIONAL FIRE  INSURANCE CO,
NORTHERN     I1KK     1NSIUIAML     00,
CONFEDERATION     LIFE     INSURANCE    CO.
PACIFIC   MARINE   INBURANC100
QUIRE   INDEMNITY   CO.,    FOR   SICK    OR   ACCIDENT,
MINERAL   ACT.
Certilicate  of  Improvement.
NOTICE
Lakeshore mineral claim,  situate   m
the Portland Canal  mining  division of  before the  bsiibi
Cassiar  district.    Whe>e  located;    At   0f Improvemi
bead of  Ks��t   fork   of  Cascade Creek,       |),t,,,|    tin-
Salmon river valley. Beotamber, A D
Take notice that Dalby B. Morkill, ol   ' [ .	
Stewart, H   ('..   aciing   as   aKent   for .,.
Andrew Lindeborg Free Miner's Cer Ifl- MINI
<ate No.   46!T_4C,   intend,   sixty   days Cartilicati
from the date hereof,   to  apply  t" tne
MiniiiK   Recorder   for   a   Certificate of
improvements, for the purpose  of" ob-       "Northel
taining  a   Crown   Grant   of the above | Ught No
claim.    And   further   take   notice that   ������Northern   I
action, under section K6,   must be  com-   Light No, ���
menced   before   the   isauarce   of such   "Northern I .i,em
i Certificate of Improvementa. Light No. N'
Dated   this    10th   day   of   August,   tion," Northen   '
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News, $5
MINERAL ACT.
Certiflaata of Imi-ruvementa.
NOTICE.
Texada     Frac tional   Mineral   claim,
situate in   the   Portland Cuual   mining
division of Cataiaadlatriet i_* sr-i-."Rnntim.',
Where locale,!      E����t    fork   Cascude for Charh     I A ,,!,��,���
('nek, Salmon Elver Vallev tificate
Take notice that I. Daly  B,   Morkill, Frae Mine'
of Stewart. H. (' . acting as agent  for < narle- i'1
the H.C. Silvi Mines, I ImiUd  N P I... tifleati
frea minera'ceiiiiicate No.   60887C,   In Free  Mi
tend,    sixty    days     from     the    date I John Hoviano,
���   I. V
H. W. M. HOUSTON, Agent
Notary I'ublir STKWART
 1,    aixiy     uaya     rroin     uie     uau:|��*  -
hereof,     to     apply     to     the   Miiiihk   No, I''"'"
U.-.oidei    foi    a    certificata  of   Im-  lhadataner
rnoi������    oi     im-i ��� -
for   the    purpuae of ob-   Becordei !������  ������
ow* Grani  of the above  roenti
oroveiiunta,  _,
taining a  Crown  ��,r��iu  oi   me  ���-��-���" i "���- ,,      ,    (
claim. down'.'"
And fnrlhar lake nonce  that   action,!     And fur"
.inder section H5,   must   be   coo.n.. -ni e.l   Under ��eill"l
l�� lore the issuance ,,l   auch   ������������rlifkate ! before the iss "
m i
nf improvements.
Dated thia |6th  day of   July
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